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MARRIAGE LAWS.
Age of

consent.
States

Other Prohibited and

Void or voidable

prohibited degrees. Territories.

marriages. or punishable

marriages. *Alabama

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18 Ancestors, descendants, Prohibited degrees. ' . 13

brothers, sisters, uncles,
aunts, nephews, nieces,

step-relatives. Arizona

18 First cousins, Arkansas

18 Same as Arizona. *California 18 16 Same as Arizona.

1 8 4 8 1 13 *Colorado

21 18 Same as Arizona. *Connecticut 18 Same as Alabama,

Pauper. *Delaware

18 Same as Alabama •Dist. of Colum.

16 Same as Alabama. Florida 16 Within Levitical degrees. I

15 *Georgia

1 3 8 1 13 *Hawaii

20 18 Within fourth degree of Prohibited degrees. - Prohibited consanguinity.

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degree. *Idaho 18 18 Same as California

19 ISOT I 18 *Illinois

21 18 Same as Arizona. •9 Indiana 21 18 Same as Arizona.

1 2 4 6 30 *Iowa

21 18 Same as Alabama. Kansas Same as Arizona.

13 *Kentucky 21 21 Same as Alabama.

18 6 7 18 Louisiana 21 21 Same as Alabama

18 and mistako 18 18

in person. *Maine 21 21 Same as Alabama,

2 (or mulatto or

Indian) 67 *Maryland

21 16 Same as Alabama, Massachusetts

18 Same as Alabama. •12 Michigan 16 16 Same as Alabama,

7 8 13

13 19 *Minnesota

21 16 Nearer of kin than first 1 o 11

cousins. Mississippi 21 18 Same as Alabama..

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1: •Missouri 21 18 Same as Arizona.

3 13 Montana

21 18 Same as Arizona. *Nebraska ..

21 18 Same as California. *Nevada 21 18 Same as Arizona.

2 (also Indian,

Chinese) 13 *N.-Hampshire 21 18 Same as Alabama

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New Jersey 21 18 Same as Alabama. New Mexico

21 18 Same as Arizona. *New York.....

21 18 Ancestors, · descendants,

brothers and sisters, North Carolina.. 18 18 Same as Minnesota. *North Dakota.. 21 18 Same as Arizona

1 5 6 7 13 Ohio 21 18 Same as Arizona,

None declared. *Oklahoma

21 18 Same as Alabama Oregon 21 18 Same as Minnesota

91

(Chinese or Kanaka, or more than half Ind

ian) 4 8 11 18 * Pennsylvania... 21 21 Same as Alabama.

Bigamous. 22 Philippines ...

23 23 Within fourth degree of Prohibited degre's.

125 consanguinity 36 22 Porto Rico.... 20 17 Within fourth degree of Prohibited degrees.

consanguinity Rhode Island... 821 21 Same as Alabama.

1 7 8 South Carolina.. 21 16 Same as Alabama,

(mestizo or

half-breed) 6 18 South Dakota... 18 16 Same as North Dakota. 1 8 6 8 10 12 2 18 Tennessee

21 18 Same as Alabama, *Texas 21 18 Same as Alabama.

1 13 Utah 21 18 Same as Arizona.

1 2 3 , 18 *Vermont

18 Same as Alabama, *Virginia 21 21 Same as Alabama.

Prohibited deg. Washington 21 18 Same as Arizona.

1 5 11 *West Virginia.. 21 21 Same as Alabama. *Wisconsin

21 18 Same as Minnesota 18 1 2 6 6 13 *Wyoming ... 21 21 Same as Arizona.

1 5 6 7 8 18 *License required. f Applies to females living with their parents, Sections 45 and 321. Age under which parental consent is required. 1 Bigamous. White with negro,

Without parents or guardians, those over 18 do not require consent. *Mentally or physically incapable. Fraud. t'nder age of consent. "Insane. Idiot. Also penalty of $100 to $1,000 fine anj imprisonment where white marries with colored. 1oConsent obtained by force. 11Incapable from want of age or understanding. 1%Except Friends. 13 Marriage by force, menace or duress. 14 License required of non-residents only.

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DIVORCE LAWS.

CAUSES FOR ABSOLUTE DIVORCE. Adultery.-In all States and Territories excepting South Carolina, which has no divorce laws.

Impotence.-In all excepting Arizona, California, Connecticut, the Dakotas, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, New-York, South Carolina, Texas and Vermont.

Desertion.-In all except New-York and South Carolina, as follows: Period Six months' abandonment, Arizona. One year, in Alas..a, Arkansas, California, Colorado, the Dakotas, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming; two years, in Alabama, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Tennessee; three years, in Delaware, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New-Hampshire, New-Jersey, Ohio, Texas and West Virginia; five years, in Rhode Island, or shorter term (in discretion of court), and Virginia; seven years, in Connecticut and Vermont.

Habitual Drunkenness.-In all except Maryland, New Jersey, New-York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont Virginia and West Virginia. Also intoxication from opium habit in Maine, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and in Rhode Island for intemperate use of morphine and chloral.

Cruelty, Inhuman Treatment, etc.—In all except Maryland, New-Jersey, New-York, North Carolina, South Carolina. Virginia and West Virginia. For this cause in Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee divorce is granted to the wife only.

Felony or Other Infamous Crime.-In all except the District of Columbia, Florida, Maine, New-Jersey, New-York, North Carolina and South Carolina. Neglect to Support Wife. For six months, Arizona; for one year,

California, Colorado, the Dakotas, Idaho, Nevada and Wyoming; for two years, Indiana;

for three years, Delaware and New-Hampshire; time not specified, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New-Mexico, Rhoảe Island, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin (at discretion of court).

Other Causes.-Voluntary separation-Kentucky and Wisconsin. Former husband or wife living-Arkansas, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New-Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. If member of religious sect which believes marriage unlawful-Kentucky, Massachusetts and New-Hampshire. Indicted for felony and fug-tive from justice-Louisiana and Virginia. Husband indicted for felony and a fugitive-North Carolina. Refusal of a wife to “renuove with her husband to this State" -Tennessee. Indignities to the person of the other to render his or her condition intolerable-Alaska, Arkansas, Missouri, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington and Wyoming. Conduct rendering it unsafe for wife to live with husband, or turning wife out of doors-Tennessee. Violent and ungovernable temper-Florida. Attempt by either upon the life of the otherIllinois, Louisiana and Tennessee. Gross neglect of duty-Kansas and Ohio. Wife given to intoxication-Wisconsin. Husband a vagrant-Missouri and Wyoming. Mental incapacity at time of marriage-District of Columbia, Georgia and Mississippi. Incurable chronic mania, or dementia, of ten years or more existence--Washington. Incurable insanity-North Dakota (act of March 6, 1899). Insanity-Idaho (by a recent act). Insanity for four years or confinement in an asylum or adjudged insane by a com. mittee-Florida and Utah. Any cause rendering marriage originally void-Maryland and Rhode Island. (See “Marriage Laws."). Marriage within prohibited degrees Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Marriage by duress or fraud-Connecticut, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington. Marriage of either party under the age of consent--Delaware. When either party has obtained a divorce in another State-Florida, Michigan and Ohio. Defamation-Louisiana. Any other cause deemed by a court sufficient and when the court shall be satisfied that the couple can no longer live together-Washington. Insanity for six years—Idaho.

Limited Divorce.-Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota (in favor of wife only), Nebraska, New-Jersey, New-York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania (in favor of wife only), Rhode Island, Tennessee (in favor of wife only), Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Previous Residence Required.-Five years, Massachusetts (if when married both parties were residents three years); three years, Connecticut, New Jersey, District of Columbia; two years, Alaska, Florida (except in case of adultery), Hawaii, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan (when the cause for divorce occurred out of the State, otherwise one year), North Carolina, Rhode Island, Tennessee; one year, Alabama, California (abandonment, three years), Arkansas and Vermont (if cause occurred out of the State), Colorado (unless cause for divorce occurred within the State or while one or both of the parties resided in the State), Illinois (same as Colorado), Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky (if cause occurrec. out of the State plaintiff must 1% Less than one year after divorce. 16First cousins. 17Step-relatives. 18 Clandestine marriages of women under sixteer. 19 Persons divorced less than two years. 20 Penalty of fine of $100 to $1,000, and imprisonment. 21 Less than six months after divorce. Louisiana and some other States restrict divorced perscns from remarriage for ten months; North Dakota, three months after divorce. 22 Publication of an edict by the municipal judge for fifteen days is required. 23 Also great nephews and great nieces. 24 Males under age of fourteen ard females under age of twelve. 28 Also between guardians and wards, parents and adopted children. 26 Also marriages not properly celebrated as provided in Civil Code, Art. 100. 27 Also knowledge that former husband or wife is living.

nave been a resident of the State at the time of occurrence), Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi (in case of desertion, two years), Missouri (same as Colorado), Montana, NewHampshire, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Alaska; six months, Idaho, Nebraska, Nevada, Texas; one year, Wyoming; one year, act of Congress for all Territories, act of May 25, 1897; North Dakota, one year (act of March 6, 1899); California and South Dakota, also one year.

Alabama.-The courts have decided that the legislature cannot grant divorces.

Oklahoma.--Divorces granted prior to 1895 by Probate Courts are made legal; thereafter divorces can be had only through District Court.

Absolute divorces are granted in:

Hawail for the following causes: (a) Adultery of either party. (b) Desertion for term of three years. (c) Imprisonment for life or more than seven years. (d) Chinese leprosy.

Porto Rico and the Philippines.-(a) Adultery on part of wife. This from Civil Code, but changed by act of Congress to read "on part of either husband or wife." (b) Personal violence actually inflicted or grave insults. (c) Violence to wife to change her religion. (d) Proposal of husband to prostitute his wife. (e) Proposal of either party to corrupt or prostitute children. (f) Condemnation of either party to chains or hard labor.

Article 104 says: "Divorce only produces the suspensicn of the life in common of the spouses.

Separation is granted in:

Hawaii, at option of party making application. Separation or absolute divorce is granted for the following causes: (a) Extreme cruelty; (b) habitual intemperance; (c) refusal to support. Residence for two years before divorce is required by recent act of Congress.

INDEBTEDNESS OF STATES AND TERRITORIES.

(From figures prepared by Federal Census Bureau.)

Indebtedness Less Sinking Fund Assets.

1902.

State or Territory.

Continental United States...
North Atlantic division.
New England.

Maine.
New Hampshire.
Vermont.
Massachusetts.
Rhode Island.

Connecticut.
Southern North Atlantic.

New York....
New Jersey..

Pennsylvania.
South Atlantic division.
Northern South Atlantic.

Delaware...
Maryland
District of Columbia.
Virginia.

West Virginia.
Southern South Atlantic.

North Carolina.
South Carolina.
Georgia......

Florida.
North Cential division.
Eastern North Central.

Ohio.
Indiana.
Illinois.
Michigan.

Wisconsin.
Western North Central.

Minnesota.
Iowa.
Missouri.
North Dakota.

County and

1890. Aggregate.

State. minor civil

division. $1,864, 195,826||$234,314,190 $1,629,881,636||$1,137,918,868

946,604,78011 82,777,688 863,827,092|| 470,078,913 301,477,798|| 74,961,374 226,516,424|| 148,523,928

15,046,819 2,785,383 12,261,436 15,772,146 11,413, 234 1,551, 148 9,862,086 8,148,362

5,216,774 362,946 4,853,828 3,785,373 209,762,910 65,964, 005 143,798,905 84,094,876 28, 150, 226 2,619,928 25,530,298 12,998, 661 31,887,835 1,677,964 30, 209,871 23,724,510 645, 126,982 7,816,314 637,310,668 521,554,985 436,683,365) 7,498,239 429,185,126 201,255,570 81, 147, 209

156,550 81, 203,759 49, 257,740 127, 296,408 374,625 126,921,783 71,041, 675 159,834, 215 52,270,418 107,563,797 166,685,368 102,202, 243|| 29,876,349 72,325,894|| 119,353,371

4,144,6341 762,092 3,382,542 2,919,084 30,643,317 4,942,394 25,700,923 41,898,651 14,540, 191

14,540,191 19,781,050 48,106,325 24,171,863 23,934,462 52,222, 126 4,767,776

4,767,776 2,532,460 57,631,972 22,394,069 35,237,903 47,331,997 15,348, 108 6,754,928 8,593,1801 11,123,638 15,751,327 6,730,439 9,020,888 13,659, 645 21,285,731 7,876,202 13,409,529 20,272,095

5,246,806 1,032,500 4,214,306 2,276,619 468,862,168 28,831, 190 440,030,978 320,934, 194 289,959,501|| 18,598,339 271,361,162|| 165,229,472 117,230,101 4,685,016 112,545,085 70,927,147 34,827,931 2,913, 767 31,914,164 24,471,528 80,715,059 2, 155, 122 78,559,937 42,468,138 34,838, 727 6,566,366 28,272,361 16,941,928 22,347,683 2,278,068 20,669,615 10,420,731 178,902, 667|| 10,232,851 168,669,816 155,704.722 40,683,737|| 1,755,033 38,928,704 26,237,825 17,439,964|1 49.589 17,390,375 11,275, 319 50,396,922 4,365,635 46,031,287 51,557,568 5,608,158) 968,330 4,639,828|| 3,854,514

Indebtedness Less Sinking Fund Assets.

1902. State or Territory.

County and

1890. Aggregate. State. minor civil

division, South Dakota.

6,584,351 457,263 6,127,088 6,613,702 Nebraska.

22,415,041 2,005, 001

20,410,040 15,536,772 Kansas

35,774,494 632,000 35,142, 494 40,629,022 South Central division.

173, 776,068 65,073, 705 18,702,363 135, 153,789 Eastern South Central.

90,962,166|| 35,786,643 55,175,52311 74,125,804 Kentucky

22,748,778 2,198,482 20,550,291 19,432.885 Tennessee.

32,717, 130 17,984,468 14,732,662 29.543.843 Alabama...

27,092,343 12,726,569 14,365,774 18,956,149 Mississippi.

8,403,920 2,877,124 5,526,796 6,192,927 Western South Central.

82,813,902 19,287,062 63,526,840 61,027,985 Louisiana..

37,777,047 13,592,795 24,184,252 33,335,497 Arkansas.

4,225, 715 1,191, 382 3,034,333 7,599,835 Indian Territory.

665, 129

665,129 Oklahoma.

3,696,326 509,766 3,186,560 Texas.

36,449,685 3,993,119 32,456,566 20,092, 653 Western division..

115, 118,595 15,361, 189 99,757,406 45,066,604 Rocky Mountains.

42,016,941|| 6,624,725 36,392, 216|| 18,457,851 Montana.

8,920,689) 1,203, 769 7,716,920 2,926, 268 Idaho...

3,883,823 324,174 3,559, 6491 1,594,333 Wyoming

2.566,260 300,530 2,265,730 1,647,381 Colorado.. 22,066,653 3,797,329 18, 269, 324

9,458,331 New Mexico. 4,579,516 998,923 3,580,593

2.831,538 Bagin and Plateau. 14,388,591 4,317.729 10,070,862

5,140,637 Arizona... 6,591,834 3,099,333 3,492,601

2,937,971 Utah.

6,612,568 974,492 5,638,076 1,217,501 Nev ida.

1,184, 189

243,904
940,285

985,165 Pacific.

58, 713,063 4,418,735 54,294,328 21,468,116 Washington.

29,556,734|| 1,271 391 28,285, 3431 3,418,798 Oregon.

11, 302,400 236, 267 11,066,133 2,479,859 California.

17,853,929 2,911,077 14,942,852 15,569,459 Alaska.... Hawall.

1,888,3501 1,888,350 1 Excess of sinking fund over indebtedness.

LEGAL HOLIDAYS. Alabama.---New Year's Day, R. E. Lee's birthday (Jan. 19), Shrove Tuesday, Washington's Birthday, Good Friday, Jefferson Davis's birthday (June 3), July 4, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.

Arizona.-Jan. 1, Washington's Birthday, May 30, July 4, Christmas, Election Day, Thanksgiving Day and Arbor Day.

Arkansas.-- Arbor Day. Thanksgiving Day, July 4 and Christmas.

California.- Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, first Monday in September, Sept. 9, Dec. 25, Thanksgiving Day, day of general election and every day appointed by the President or the Governor.

Colorado.-Labor Day (first Monday in September) (only statutory holiday, but other big holidays are generally observed).

Connecticut.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, Good Friday, Labor Day, Dec. 25 and Thanksgiving.

Delaware.--Jan. 1; Feb. 22, July 4, Arbor and Bird Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

District of Columbia.- New Year's Day, February 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.

Florida.--Jan. 1, Jan. 19 (R. E. Lee's birthday), Feb. 22, April 26 (Confederate Me orial Day), June 3 (Jefferson Davis's birthday), July 4, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Georgia.Jan. 19 (R. E. Lee's birthday), April 26, June 3, July 4, Labor Day and Dec. 25.

Idaho.Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Friday following May 1, July 4, Election Day, Christmas.

Illinois.--Jan. 1, Feb. 12 (Lincoln's Birthday), Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Indiana.--Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Iowa.--Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Kansas.-Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day) and Labor Day (first Monday in September).

Kentucky.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Louisiana.-Jan. 1, Jan. 8 (anniversary of the Battle of New-Orleans), Feb 22, Mardigras (day before Ash Wednesday), Good Friday, June 3 (Confederate Memorial Day), July 4, Nov. 1 (All Saints' Day), Labor Day (Nov. 25), Thanksgiving Day and Dec. 25.

Maine..Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Fast Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 26.

Maryland.Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Good Friday, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Massachusetts.-Feb. 22, April 19 (Patriots' Day), May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Michigan.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day and Dec. 25.

Minnesota.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12. (Lincoln's Birthday), Feb. 22, Good Friday, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Thanksgiving, Dec. 25 and Arbor and Bird Days (designated by the Governor).

Mississippi.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Missouri.—Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Nebraska.--Jan. 1, Feb. 22, April 22 (Arbor Day), May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Nevada.Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Oct. 31 (Admission Day), General Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

New-Hampshire. - Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, Fast Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

New Jersey - Jan. 1, Feb. 12_(Lincoln's Birthday), Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, General Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

New-Mexico.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), Arbor Day (second Friday in March), Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Dec. 25 and Flag Day.

New-York.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12 (Lincoln's Birthday), Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

North Carolina.-Jan. 1, Jan. 19 (R. E. Lee's birthday), Feb. 22, May 10 (Confederate Memorial Day), May 20 (Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence), July 4, Oct. 12, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

North Dakota.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Ohio.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Oklahoma.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Arbor Day, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Oregon..Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Pennsylvania.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12 (Lincoln's Birthday), third Tuesday in Feb. ruary (local election), Feb. 22, Good Friday, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, November Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Rhode Island.Jan. 1, Feb. 22, second Friday in May, May 30 (Memorial Day), Labor Day, Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

South Carolina.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 10 (Confederate Memorial Day), July 4, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

South Dakota.Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Tennessee.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Good Friday, May 30 (Memorial Day), June 3 (Jefferson Davis's birthday), July 4, Labor Day, Election Day and Thanksgiving.

Texas.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, March 2 (Texas independence), April 21 (Battle of San Jacinto), June 3 (Jefferson Davis's birthday), July 4, Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Utah.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Arbor Day, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 24 (Pioneers' Day), Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Vermont.-Jan. 1, Feb._22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Aug. 16 (Bennington Battle Day), Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Virginia.-Jan. 1, Jan. 19 (R. E. Lee's birthday), Feb. 22, July 4, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Washington.--Jan. 1, Feb. 12 (Lincoln's Birthday), Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

West Virginia.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Wisconsin.--Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Wyoming.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12. (Lincoln's Birthday), Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Federal Holidays.Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Dec. 25.

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