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Statutes > Wisconsin > 134

134.01 Injury to business; restraint of will.
134.02 Blacklisting and coercion of employees.
134.03 Preventing pursuit of work.
134.04 Sale of certain merchandise by employers to employees prohibited; penalty.
134.05 Bribery of agent, etc.
134.06 Bonus to chauffeurs for purchases, forbidden.
134.10 Invading right to choose insurance agent or insurer by persons engaged in financing.
134.11 Invading of right to choose insurance agent or insurer by persons engaged in selling property.
134.15 Issuing and using what is not money; contracts void.
134.16 Fraudulently receiving deposits.
134.17 Corporate name, recording, amendment, discontinuance, unlawful use.
134.18 Use of, evidence of obtaining credit.
134.19 Fraud on exemption laws.
134.20 Fraudulent issuance or use of warehouse receipts or bills of lading.
134.205 Warehouse keepers to keep register; liability for damages; penalty for fraud.
134.21 Penalty for unauthorized presentation of dramatic plays, etc.
134.23 Motion picture fair practices.
134.245 Definitions.
134.25 Misbranding of gold articles.
134.26 Misbranding of sterling silver articles.
134.27 Misbranding of coin silver articles.
134.28 Misbranding of base silver articles.
134.29 Testing of silver articles.
134.30 Misbranding of gold plated articles.
134.31 Misbranding of silver-plated articles.
134.32 Penalty for violations of ss. 134.25 to 134.31.
134.33 Platinum stamping.
134.34 Duplication of vessel hulls and parts.
134.345 Form retention and disposal.
134.35 Time of filing endorsed on telegrams delivered.
134.36 Telegraph; divulging message; preference in sending, etc.
134.37 Divulging message or forging receipt.
134.38 Companies to post copies of s. 134.37.
134.39 Fraudulent knowledge of dispatch; injury to wires; interference.
134.40 Injury to wires by removal of building, etc.
134.405 Purchase and sale of scrap metal.
134.41 Poles and wires on private property without owner's consent.
134.43 Privacy and cable television.
134.45 Contracts restricting days for exhibiting motion picture films; penalty.
134.46 Exhibition of explicit sexual material at outdoor theater.
134.48 Contracts for the display of free newspapers.
134.49 Renewals and extensions of business contracts.
134.50 Poultry dealing regulations.
134.52 Shipment of chickens.
134.53 Transportation and sale of cattle.
134.57 Detectives, settlement with employees.
134.58 Use of unauthorized persons as officers.
134.59 Felons, burglar alarm installation.
134.60 Cutting or transportation of evergreens.
134.63 Nitrous oxide; restrictions on sales; records of certain sales; labeling.
134.65 Cigarette and tobacco products retailer license.
134.66 Restrictions on sale or gift of cigarettes or tobacco products.
134.69 Peddling finger alphabet cards prohibited.
134.695 Antique dealers and recyclers.
134.71 Pawnbrokers and secondhand article and jewelry dealers.
134.72 Prohibition of certain unsolicited messages by facsimile machine.
134.73 Identification of prisoner making telephone solicitation.
134.74 Nondisclosure of information on receipts.
134.77 Beverage container regulation.
134.80 Home heating fuel dealers.
134.81 Water heater thermostat settings.
134.85 Automated teller machines; international charges.
134.87 Repair, replacement and refund under new motorized wheelchair warranties.
134.90 Uniform trade secrets act.
134.93 Payment of commissions to independent sales representatives.
134.95 Violations against elderly or disabled persons.
134.96 Use of lodging establishments.
134.97 Disposal of records containing personal information.
134.98 Notice of unauthorized acquisition of personal information.
134.99 Parties to a violation.