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465. A bill to amend act No. 216 of the session laws of 1871, entitled "An act to

incorporate the city of Hastings," approved March 11, 1871, as revised and
amended by the several acts revisionary and amendatory thereto and to
repeal all acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith:

introduced by Mr. Schumaker, February 20, and tabled.
466. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to section 9 of article 14 of the

constitution of this state relative to highways:
introduced by Mr. Earle, February 20, ordered printed (file No. 82),

and referred to committee on constitutional amendments..
reported amended, March 27, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of whole, March 27, and ordered to third read-

ing
read third time, March 27, not passed, reconsidered, and passed by two-

thirds vote and transmitted.

returned non-concurred in, May 30.
467. A bill to amend the charter of the city of Manistee, county of Manistee,

Michigan:

introduced by Mr. Farr, February 20, and tabled..
taken up, May 1, and referred to committee on cities and villages.
reported substituted, May 7. rules suspended, passed, given immediate

effect and transmitted
returned, May 8, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-

tion to the governor.
announcement of presentation to yovernor, May 133.

approvedl, Vay 23.
468. A bill to divide the state of Michigan into twelve congressional districts:

introduced by Mr. Charles Smith, February 20, and referred to com-

mittee on apportionments..
469. A bill to authorize the board of school inspectors of Torch Lake township,

in Houghton county, to add territory to school district No. 0 in said
township:
introduced by Mr. Charles Smith, February 20, and referred to com-

mittee on education and public schools.
470. A bill to detach certain territory from the townships of Millen and Hawes

and to attach the same to the township of Mitchell, in the county of
Alcona and state of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Doherty, February 20, and referred to committee on

couities and townships.
reported amended, March 21, rules suspended, read third time, and re-

committed to committee on counties and townships..
reported favorably, May 8, rules suspended, passed, given immediate

eflect and transmitted.
retunel, May 9, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-

tion to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, May 9

approved, May 10.
471. A bill to amend section 1.5 of chapter 35 of the revised statutes of 1846,

as amended by act No. 97 of the laws of 1895, and being an act relative to
the preservation of the public health, quarantine, nuisances, and offensive
trades, being section 15 of chapter 108 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Westover, February 20, and referred to committee

on public health.
472. A bill to provide for the construction and maintenance of a boulevard in

Ba y county, with parks and pleasure grounds therein:
introduced by Mr. Westover, February 20, and referred to committee

on counties and townships..
473. A bill to provide for the amount to be paid by fire insurance companies in

cases of loss of or damage to insured property:
introduced by Mr. Westover. February 20, and referred to committee

on insurance

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474. A bill to amend section 2 of act No. 196 of the public acts of 1893, entitled

“An act to regulate the possession, use, transportation and sale of fish
and game," approved June 1, 1893, the same being compiler's section 5805
of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Westover, February 20, and referred to committee

on fisheries
475. A bill to provide for the preservation of forests:

introduced by Mr. Westover, February 20, and tabled.
476. A bill to amend the charter of the city of West Bay City:

introduced by Mr. Westover, February 20, and tabled.
477. A bill to authorize and empower street railway companies using electricity

as a motive power to sell, dispose of and utilize electric current and surplus
steam:
introduced by Mr. Baird, February 20, and referred to committee on

judiciary
478. A bill to provide for the admission in evidence in any civil cause or proceed-

ing before any court or circuit court commissioner in this state, of a cer-
tified transcript of the stenographer's minutes of the testimony of any
witness taken by an official stenographer in the course of the trial of any
cause or proceeding in any court of record in this state, and prescribing
the force and effect to be given to such transcript when used as evidence:
introduced by Mi. Baird, February 20, and referred to committee on

judiciary
479. A bill to revise and amend the charter of the city of Saginaw and to amend

sections 5, 6 and 8 of title 11, sections 3, 20, 22, 23 and 24 of title 14 of act
No. 465 of the local acts of 1897, entitled "An act to revise and amend the
charter of the city of Saginaw as existing under an act entitled 'An act to
annex the territory embraced within the city of East Saginaw to that of
the city of Saginaw, and to consolidate the city of East Saginaw with
Saginaw, under the name of the city of Saginaw; to specify and fix the
boundaries of the consolidated city, to provide for the assuming and pay-
ment of the indebtedness and liabilities of the present cities of East Sagi-
naw and Saginaw, and for the ownership of all their corporate property
and rights: to define the corporate rights, powers and privileges of said
city of Saginaw as so consolidated, and to repeal all acts inconsistent here-
with and acts supplementary and amendatory thereof, and to repeal all
acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith,' approved June 2, 1897," be
and the same is hereby amended:
introduced by Mr. Baird, February 20, and referred to committee on

cities and villages
reported substituted, May 16, rules suspended, passed, given immediate

effect and transmitted
returned amended, May 28, concurred in, rule 36 suspended, immediate

effect reconsidered and not given, and referred to secretary for print-

ing and presentation to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, June 6.

approved, June 6
480. A bill to authorize and empower street railway companies in the county

of Saginaw, using electricity as a motive power, to sell, dispose of and
utilize electric current and surplus steam:
introduced by Mr. Baird, February 20, and referred to committee on

judiciary
481. A bill to amend act No. 49 of the public acts of 1865, entitled "An act to

amend section 1 of an act entitled 'An act to amend section 26 and repeal
sections 27, 28 and 29 of chapter 150, title 29, of the revised statutes of
1846,' approved February 16, 1857, being section 5658 of compiled laws,
relative to rates of legal advertising," approved February 15, 1865, being
compiler's section 11235 of the compiled laws for the year 1897, as
amended:
introduced by Mr. High, February 20, and referred to committee on

judiciary

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482. A. bill to regulate the commencement of suits against corporations, firms

or individuals and fixing the amount of damages to be recovered in case of
death:
introduced by Mr. High, February 20, and referred to committee on

judiciary
483. A bill to provide for the use of a clause in the standard form of fire insur-

ance policy regulating the manner of appraisal of losses and of bringing
action in the courts in this state:
introduced by Mr. High, February 20, and referred to committee on

insurance
484. A bill to reorganize the twenty-ninth judicial circuit, the eighth judicial

circuit and the tenth judicial circuit, and to create the thirty-eighth
judicial circuit, and for the employment of a stenographer of said thirty-
eighth judicial circuit:
introduced by Mr. High, February 20, and referred to committee on

judiciary
485. A bill to provide for the incorporation, management and regulation of

pawners' societies and limiting the rate of compensation to be paid for
advances, storage and insurance on pawns and pledges, and to allow the
loaning of money upon personal property":
introduced by Mr. High, February 20, and referred to committee on

judiciary
486. A bill to amend sections 2, 8 and 11 of chapter 102 of the compiled laws of

1897, the same being compiler's sections 6157, 6163 an: 0166, entitled "An
act to provide for the incorporation of trust, deposit and security com-
panies, and to repeal act 58 of the session laws of 1871, approved March
29, 1871, entitled An act to provide for the incorporation of trust, deposit
and security companies,' being chapter 58 of Howell's annotated statutes;
also to repeal act No. 123 of session laws of 1883, approved May 25, 1883.
entitled 'An act to amend section 9 of act 58 of the session laws of 1871.'
approved March 29, 1871, being compiler's section 2290, relative to the
corporate rights of trust, deposit and security companies:”
introduced by Mr. High, February 20, and referred to committee on

banks and corporations
487. A bill to regulate and control the business in malt, brewed, fermented and

vinous liquors, or any combination or mixture thereof, at retail, and to
designate the place or places wherein said business may be conducted:
introduced by Mr. High, February 20, and referred to committee on

liquor traffic
488. A bill to amend act 206 of the public acts of 1893, being "An act to provide

for the assessment of property and the levy and collection of taxes thereon,
and for the collection of taxes heretofore and hereafter levied; making
such taxes a lien on the lands taxed, establishing and continuing such lien.
providing for the sale and conveyance of lands clelinquent for taxes, and
for the inspection and disposition of lands bid off to the state and not
redeemed or purchased; and to repeal act No. 200 of the public acts of
1891, and all other acts and parts of acts in anywise r'ontravening any of
the provisions of this act:"

introduced by Mr. Nichols. February 20, and tabled.
489. A bill providing for a lien on grain for threshing same:

introduced by Jr. Weekes. February 20, and referred to committee on

state affairs
490. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to sections 1 and 10 of article

14 of the constitution of this state, relative to the specific taxation of
mortgages:

introduced by Mr. Moore, February 20, and tabled...
491. A bill to provide a sinking fund to enable the county of Delta, state of

Michigan, to meet certain jail bonds:

introduced by Jr. Fuller, February 20, and tabled..
492. A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to regulate the practice of pharmacy

in the state of Michigan,“ being act No. 1:3+ of the public acts of 1885, ap-
proved June 2. 1885. the same being sections 5303 to 5314, inclusive, of the

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compiled laws of 1897, and by adding a new section to stand as section
"fourteen :"
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and referred to committee on
public health

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493. A bill to provide for the collection of specific state taxes from the mining

companies of the upper peninsula:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled..

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494. A bill providing for the payment of salaries to county officers, and providing

for the disposition of the fees received by such officers:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled..

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495. A bill to amend section 2214 of the compiled laws of 1897, being section 14

of an act entitled, “An act to establish an institution under the name
and style of the 'Michigan Reform School for Girls.'
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled..

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496. A bill to validate certain acts and transactions of St. Stephen church, a reli-

gious corporation and society located in the city of Adrian:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled..

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taken up, April 10, and referred to committee on religious and benevo-
lent societies...

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reported substituted, April 11, rules suspended, passed, given immediate
effect and transmitted ..

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returned, April 19, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-
tion to the governor

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announcement of presentation to governor, April 23.

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approved, May 4..

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497. A joint resolution providing for the erection of suitable memorial stones at

Andersonville prison in memory of Michigan soldiers who are buried there,
and making an appropriation therefor:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled..

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498. A bill to amend section 11219 of the compiled laws of 1897, relative to the

fees of circuit court commissioners:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled.

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499. A joint resolution requesting congress to call a convention for the purpose

of proposing an amendment to the constitution of the United States,
which amendment shall provide for the election of United States senators
by direct vote of the people:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled..

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500. A bill to amend sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of house bill 454, approved Feb-

ruary 15, 1901, entitled "An act to establish a department of public works
in and for the city of Detroit," and to repeal all acts or parts of acts in
conflict therewith:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled......

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501. A bill fixing the amount to be allowed by the board of state auditors for

expenses of state officials and members of state boards:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled...

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502. A bill to provide for the registration of land titles in Lenawee county and

transfer of the same, making the title as registered incontestable after two
years from date of final registration decree, providing an indemnity fund
from which persons may be reimbursed from the mistakes and misfeasance
of officials acting hereunder, and also providing for the submission of this
act to the voters of the respective counties before it shall become operative
therein:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled...

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503. A bill to regulate the conduct of judicial officers:

introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and referred to committee on
judiciary

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504. A bill relative to the state board of charities and penal institutions of this

state, and defining the duties and powers and authorities of said board of
charities and boards of penal institutions:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 20, and tabled.

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505. A joint resolution authorizing the board of state anditors to reimburse

David Waldron, of St. Johns, Michigan, for moneys expended for hospital
and medical attendance, and for the burial of his son, J. B. Waldron, who was
fatally injured on the 5th day of January of the present year while en-
gayed in the performance of his duties as conductor of the capitol elevator:
introduced by Jr. High, February 20, and referred to committee on state

affairs
reported favorably, March 27, and placed on the general order (file No.

140)
committee of whole discharged, April 3, and referred to committee on

finance and appropriations.
reported favorably: April 3, rules suspended, passed, given immediate

effect and transmitted ..

returned non-concurred in, May 30.
506. A bill to authorize the payment of the expenses incurred in the necessary

care and attention given in certain cases of contagious diseases, and to pro-
vide for the payment of same:
introduced by Mr. Sovereign (by request ), February 20, and referred to

committee on public health.
507. A bill to amend sections 2, 3, 4 and others of act No. 134 of the public acts

of 1885, approved June 2, 1885, entitled "An act to regulate the practice
of pharmacy in the state of Michigan,” being sections No. 5304, 5305 and
5300, and others, of the compiled laws of 1897:

introduced by Mr. Goodell, February 20, and tabled...
508. A bill to amend section 33, act 113, public acts of 1877, entitled "An act to

revise the laws providing for the incorporation of companies for mining,
smelting or manufacturing iron, copper, silver, mineral coal, and other
ores or minerals, and to fix the duties and liabilities of such corporations,"
being section 7023 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Pierson, February 20, and referred to committee on

mining interests
reported favorably, March 28, and placed on the general order (file No.

146)
committee of whole discharged, April 4, and tabled.
taken up, April 12, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of whole, April 16, and ordered to third read-

ing
passed, April 16, and transmitted

returned non-concurred in, May 30..
509. A bill to amend sections 3, 4 and others of act No. 229 of the public acts of

1899, approved June 8, 1899, entitled “An act to regulate the practice of
horseshoeing in the state of Michigan: "

introduced by Mr. Sleeper (by request), February 20, and tabled..
510. A joint resolution holding in abeyance the liability of George W. Freeman,

warden of the state house of correction and branch prison in the upper
peninsula, for moneys belonging to the state lost through the insolvency of
J. M. Wilkinson, and suspending the accounting laws of the state as to said
moneys:
introduced by Mr. Gad Smith, February 20, and referred to committee on

judiciary
511. A bill to regulate telephone charges in the state of Michigan:

introduced by Mr. Pierson, February 20, and tabled..
512. A bill to require electric or other suburban railroads to fence thier tracks

and to provide crossings for the same:

introduced by Mr. Pierson, February 20, and tabled..
513. A bill to prohibit the use of slot machines, so called, or other gambling

machines, and provide the penalty therefor:

introduced by Mr. Pierson. February 20, and tabled.
514. A bill to regulate rates charged by telegraph companies in the state of

Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Pierson, February 20, and referred to committee

on state affairs.

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