Identification of the USPLSS corner; a sketch for each station showing the monument erected in relation to the pertinent features of the immediate vicinity; all witness monuments, together with the attendant ties to the corner; the USPLSS description of the corner; the bench mark elevation of the monument; the elevation of a supplementary bench mark in the immediate vicinity of the monument; the bearing to an azimuth mark visible from the station (where practical); a surveyor's affidavit indicating whether the corner was restored through acceptance of a found perpetuated location or through acceptance of an obliterated evidence location, or was reestablished by lost corner proportionate measurement, and describing any record evidence, monument evidence, occupational evidence, testimonial evidence, or other material evidence considered in the location, and whether the monument was found as placed. The affadavit also identifies any material discrepancies between the corner as restored or reestablished and the corner as previously located.
The dossier sheets are recorded with the city or village engineer, the County Surveyor, the County Highway Department, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation District Office, and the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission.
The dossier sheets are available in hardcopy format on 8-1/2-inch by 11-inch paper media. The dossiers are also available in digital format as Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files.