Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

constables, clerks and other officers thereof; and the jurors therof; to define the jurisdiction, powers and duties of such courts and of the justices and other officers thereof; to provide for the pleading, practice and procedure in actions and proceedings in said courts and on appeal therefrom, and to repeal Act No. 475 of the Local Acts of 1903, and all acts and parts of acts conflicting with or contravening the provisions of this act, upon approval by the electors of the City of Detroit.

The Secretary also announced the printing of the following entitled bills and that the said printed bills were placed on file in the Document Room of the Senate February 6, 1925.

House bill No. 40 (file No. 22), entitled

A bill to define the crime of murder in the first degree, to prescribe the penalty therefor, to prescribe the necessary regulations, to execute the penalty imposed in certain cases, and to repeal section 15192 of the Compiled Laws of 1915.

The Secretary also announced the printing of the following entitled bills and that the said printed bills were placed on file in the Document Room of the Senate February 9, 1925.

House bill No. 26 (file No. 23), entitled

A bill to fix maximum hours of service in certain industries; permitting overtime conditioned on payment therefor at the rate of time and one-half the regular wage; prescribing penalties for the violation thereof; and to repeal Act No. 137, Public Acts of 1885, being sections 5587 to 5591 of the Compiled Laws of 1915, and all other acts and parts of acts contrayening the provisions of this bill.

House bill No. 37 (file No. 24), entitled

A bill to amend section 4 of Act No. 65 of the Public Acts of 1909, as amended, entitled "An act to provide for the payment of tuition in and transportation to another district, of children who have completed the eighth grade in any school district; and to repeal Act No. 190 of the Public Acts of 1903, and all other acts and parts of acts in anywise contravening the provisions of this act,” being section 5833 of the Compiled Laws of 1915.

House bill No. 90 (file No. 25), entitled

A bill to authorize and direct the State Highway Commissioner to lay out and establish a trunk line highway from a point where trunk line No. 46 intersects with Mill street in the city of St. Louis, in Gratiot county, thence in a northerly and northeasterly direction on the north side of Pine river in the counties of Gratiot and Midland, following so far as practicable the old river road to its intersection with trunk line No. 18, thence north to the northwest corner of Mt. Haley township, thence east on the northerly side of Pine river 144 miles, thence south to the southerly side of Pine river, thence easterly to southeast corner of section 32 of Midland township, thence north to Benson street in the city of Midland, thence easterly until said trunk line intersects with trunk line No. 20 in the city of Midland.

House bill No. 94 (file No. 26), entitled

A bill regulating the time and manner of payment of wages to employes and to certain relatives and creditors in case of the employe's death; the taxing of an attorney fee in actions brought by employe's to collect wages in addition to other costs; making it the duty of the Department of Labor and Industry to enforce its provisions, and to provide a penalty for the violation of same.

House bill No. 108 (file No. 27), entitled A bill to amend section 20 of chapter 50 of Act No. 314 of the Public Acts of 1915, entitled "An act to revise and consolidate the statutes relating to the organization and jurisdiction of the courts of this State; the powers and duties of such courts and of the judges and other officers thereof; the forms of civil actions; the time within which civil actions and proceedings may be brought in said courts; pleading, evidence, practice and procedure in civil actions and proceedings in said courts; to provide remedies and penalties for the violation of certain provisions of this act; and to repeal all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with or contravening any of the provisions of this act," being section 13,755 of the Compiled Laws of 1915.

House bill No. 8 (file No. 28), entitled

A bill governing appeals in the Circuit Court and Supreme Court of causes from Justices' Courts in cities of a population of one hundred thousand or more, and to provide for stenographers in said Justice Courts to prepare the record on appeal, and to repeal all acts inconsistent therewith; and to allow other cities to adopt the provisions hereof.

House bill No. 105 (file No. 29), entitled

A bill to amend section 2 of Act No. 255 of the Public Acts of 1909, entitled "An act to protect benevolent, humane, fraternal, or charitable corporations in the use of their names and emblems and providing penalties for the violation thereof,” being section 10,639 of the Compiled Laws of 1915, by adding a new section thereto to stand as section 2-a.

Act Enrolled and Presented to Governor.

The Secretary announced the enrollment printing and presentation to the Governor on January 29, 1925, for his approval, of the following named act:

Senate Enrolled Act No. 1 (being Senate bill No. 8, file No. 32)

An act to prescribe a privilege tax for the use of the public highways by owners or drivers of motor vehicles by imposing a specific tax upon the sale or use, within the State of Michigan, of gasoline as defined herein; prescribing the manner and the time of paying and collecting such tax and the duties of officials and other persons respecting such payment and collection; providing for the registration of dealers as defined herein; providing for certain exemptions and refunds, and for the disposition of the proceeds of such tax; and prescribing penalties for violation of this act.

Messages from the Governor.

The following message from the Governor was received and read:

Executive Office, Lansing, January 29, 1925. To the President of the Senate:

Sir-I have this day approved, signed and deposited in the office of the Secretary of State

Senate bill No. 8, (Enrolled No. 1), being

An act to prescribe a privilege tax for the use of the public highways by owners or drivers of motor vehicles by im posing a specific tax upon the sale or use, within the State of Michigan, of gasoline as defined herein; prescribing the manner and the time of paying and collecting such tax and the duties of officials and other persons respecting such payment and collection; providing for the registration of dealers as defined herein; providing for certain exemptions and refunds, and for the disposition of the proceeds of such tax; and prescribing penalties for violation of this act.

Respectfully,
ALEX J. GROESBECK,

Governor.

The following message from the Governor was received and read:

Executive Office, Lansing, February 9, 1925. To the Fifty-third Legislature of the State of Michigan: Gentlemen:

I have the honor to transmit herewith for your consideration a communication from the Secretary of State of the United States, together with copy referred to therein of a Resolution of Congress, entitled “Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution limiting, regulating and prohibiting the labor of persons under eighteen years of age."

Respectfully,
ALEX J. GROESBECK,

Governor.

Department of State, Washington, June 6, 1924.
The Honorable,
The Governor of Michigan,

Lansing.
Sir:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith a certified copy of a Joint Resolution passed on June 2, 1924, by the Senate and House of Representatives, proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States which shall give the Congress the power to limit, regulate and prohibit the labor of persons under eighteen years of age.

It is requested that you cause this Joint Resolution to be submitted to the Legislature of your State for such action as the Legislature may be pleased to take with respect thereto, and that a certified statement of the result of such action be communicated to the Secretary of State of the United States, in accordance with Section 205, Revised Statutes of the United States.

An acknowledgment of the receipt of the present communication is also requested. I have the honor to be, Sir,

Your obedient servant,

CHARLES E. HUGHES.

[merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]

(Revised Statutes of U. S.)

[ocr errors]

Sec. 205. Whenever official notice is received at the Department of State that any amendment proposed to the Constitution of the United States has been adopted, according to the provisions of the Constitution, the Secretary of State shall forth with cause the amendment to be published in the newspapers authorized to promulgate the laws, with his certificate, specifying the States by which the same may have been adopted, and that the same has become valid, to all intents and purposes, as a part of the Constitution of the United States.Revised Statutes, 1878.

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

H

To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting:

I certify that the copy hereto attached is a true copy of a resolution of Congress, entitled “Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States," the original of which is on file in this Department.

In testimony whereof 1, Charles E. Hughes, Secretary of State,
have hereunto caused the Seal of the Department of State to be
affixed and my name subscribed by the Chief Clerk of the said

Department, at the City of Washington, this 6th day of June, 1924. (Seal)

CHARLES E. HUGHES,

Secretary of State.
By EDWIN C. WILSON,

Acting Chief Clerk.

H. J. Res. 184.
SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA;

At the First Session.
Begun and held at the City of Washington on Monday, the third day of December,

one thousand nine hundred and twenty-three.

JOINT RESOLUTION.
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled (two-thirds of each House concurring therein), That the following article is proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which, when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several States, shall be valid to all intents and purposes as a part of the Constitution:

"ARTICLE “Section 1. The Congress shall have power to limit, regulate, and prohibit the labor of persons under eighteen years of age.

"Sec. 2. The power of the several States is unimpaired by this article except that the operation of State laws shall be suspended to the extent necessary to give effect to legislation enacted by the Congress."

F. H. GILLETT, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

ALBERT B. CUMMINS,

President pro tempore of the Senate. I certify that this Joint Resolution originated in the House of Representatives.

WM. TYLER PAGE,

Clerk. The message and accompanying papers were referred to the Committee on Labor.

Third Reading of Bills.
The following entitled bill was announced:
Senate bill No. 10 (file No. 8) entitled

A bill to amend section 11 of chapter 54 of Act No. 314 of the Public Acts of 1915, “The Judicature Act of 1915," being section 13855 of the Compiled Laws of 1915.

Pending the third reading of the bill,

Mr. Bernie L. Case moved that the bill be referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

The motion prevailed.
The following entitled bill was read a third time:
Senate bill No. 6 (file No. 5), entitled

A bill to amend sections 1, 7 and 8 of Act No. 369 of the Public Acts of 1919, entitled "An act to supplement existing laws providing for the establishment and maintenance of municipal courts of record and defining the jurisdiction of such courts; to fix the number of judges thereof; to provide a presiding judge; to define the privileges of such presiding judge; to modify the procedure in and extend the jurisdiction of said courts in certain respects, and to provide for the abolishing of any police courts or other courts not of record having exclusive criminal jurisdiction existing in any city in which the provisions of this act become operative," approved May 13, 1919, as amended by Act No. 364 of the Public Acts of 1921.

Pending the taking of the vote on the passage of the bill,
Mr. Condon moved that the bill be passed for the day.
The motion prevailed.

Motions and Resolutions.

Mr. Brower offered the following:
Senate Resolution No. 22.

Resolved, That Iva R. Henning be and is hereby appointed a committee clerk, term of service beginning February 9, and that she be assigned to committee group No. 9, Room L.

The resolution was adopted.
The Senate returned to the order of

Introduction of Bills,
Mr. Martin introduced
Senate joint resolution No. 3, antitled

A joint resolution ratifying the proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States granting to Congress power to limit, regulate, and prohibit the labor of persons under eighteen years of age.

The joint resolution was read a first and second time by its title, ordered printed, and referred to the Committee on Labor.

Mr. Gettel moved that the Senate adjourn.
The motion prevailed.

Accordingly, the President declared the Senate adjourned until tomorrow, Wednesday, February 11, 1925, at 2:00 o'clock p. m.

DENNIS E. ALWARD,

Secretary of the Senate.

« AnteriorContinuar »