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31. A bill to legalize certain bonds of the township of Garfield, in Newaygo

county:
received, January 16, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
32. A bill to provide for the incorporation of the grand council and subordinate

councils of the Alliance Marquette of the state of Michigan:

file No. 62.
received, February 13, and referred to committee on religious and

benevolent societies
reported favorably, March 21, and referred to committee on judiciary
l'eported amended, April 5, rules suspended, passed, given immediate

effect and returned.
33. A bill relating to plumbing and drainage, and providing for the inspection

thereof and for the examination, regulation, licensing and registration of
plumbers and for the punishment of offenders against this act:

file No. 61.
received, April 5, and referred to committee on public health.
reported amended, April 25, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, April 25, and recommitted to

committee on public health...
reported substituted, May 14, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, May 14, and ordered to third

reading
not passed, May 14, reconsidered and tabled.
taken up, May 15, and placed on the general order
considered in committee of the whole, May 16, and ordered to third

reading
passed, May 16, and returned.
re-received with senate substitute, amended, May 23, concurred in and

returned
37. A bill to amend sections 7, 18 and 19 of the general railroad laws, being

sections 6232 and 6243 of the compiled laws of 1897, as amended by act
266 of the public acts of 1899, and section 6244 of said compiled laws,
relative to the railroad maps and the condemnation of land for railroad
purposes:

file No. 104.
received, March 15, and referred to committee on railroads.
reported, April 10, and referred to committee on judiciary.
reported favorably, April 11, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, April 12, and ordered to third

reading

passed, April 16, given immediate effect and returned.
39. A bill to secure greater safety and comfort for persons traveling on suburban

and certain street railways:

file No. 162.
received, March 26, and referred to committee on railroads.
reported favorably, May 9, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, May 13, amended, and ordered

to third reading.

passed. May 15, and returned.
40. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 434 of the acts of the legislature of the

state of Michigan for the year 1867, entitled "An act to incorporate the
village of Farmington," approved March 25, 1867:
received, January 16, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
42. A bill to authorize school district No. 1 of the township of Hancock, in the

county of Houghton, to borrow money and to issue bonds therefor, for
additions to and improvements of the school buildings of said district and
the furnishing of the same:
received, January 15, and referred to committee on education and public

schools
reported favorably, January 23, rules suspended, passed, given imme-

diate effect and returned..

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43. A bill to authorize the village of Laurium, in the county of Houghton,

state of Michigan, to borrow money and issue bonds therefor to the amount
of $100,000 for the purpose of constructing and improving streets and

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received, January 15, and referred to committee on cities and villages..

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committee discharged, January 16, rules suspended, passed, given imme-
diate effect and returned.

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45. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the constitution relative to

the compensation of the members of the legislature:

file No. 10.
received, February 27, and referred to committee on judiciary.

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reported favorably, March 12, and placed on the general order.

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considered in committee of the whole, March 13, and ordered to third
reading

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passed, March 13, given immediate effect and returned.

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46. A bill providing for the selection of candidates for election by popular vote

and relating to primary elections in Kent county:

file No. 5.
received, February 1, and referred to committee on elections.

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reported, February 6, and placed on the general order..

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considered in committee of the whole, February 14, amended, and
ordered to third reading.

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passed, February 14, and tabled.

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taken up, February 14, not given immediate effect.

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taken up, February 15, reconsidered, and tabled.

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taken up: February 19, substituted, passed, ordered to take immediate
effect and returned.

458
47. A bill to constitute the president of the village of Stephenson ex officio a

member of the board of supervisors of Menominee county:

received. April 16, and referred to committee on counties and townships 1079
45. A bill to repeal section 44 of act No. 190 of the public acts of 1891, entitled

"An act to prescribe the manner of conducting and to prevent fraud and
deception at elections in this state," being section 3654 of the compiled
laws of 1897:

file No. 132.
received, March 18, and referred to committee on elections.

744
reported favorably, March 28, and placed on the general order.

897
considered in committee of the whole, March 28, and ordered to third
reading

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passed, March 28, and returned.

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49. A bill to prohibit the sale or giving away of cigarettes or cigarette paper to

any person in the state of Michigan:

file No. 241.
received, April 29, and referred to committee on judiciary.

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committee discharged, May 29, and tabled..

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taken up, May 29, and ordered to third reading.

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50. A bill to amend sections 1 and 2 of act No. 186 of the public acts of 1867,

entitled "An act to authorize dissection in certain cases, for the advance-
ment of science," approved March 27, 1867, as amended by the several
acts amendatory thereof, being compiler's sections 5897 and 5898 of the
compiled lairs of 1897;
received, January 16, and referred to committee on public health.

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reported favorably, January 17, and placed on the general order.

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considered in committee of the whole, January 17, and ordered to third
reading

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passed, January 17, given immediate effect and returned.

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51. A bill to legalize and make valid certain bonds voted to be issued by the

village of Gaylord, Otsego county, Michigan:
received, January 15, rules suspended. passed, given immediate effect
and returned.

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54. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 229 of the public acts of 1887, approved

June 24, 1857, entitled "An act establishing a lien for labor and
services upon lumber, shingles, logs, timber, cedar posts, telegraph poles,

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railroad ties, bark, shingle bolts, stave bolts, stares, cordwood, pulp-
wood, hop poles, hoop poles, veneering wood, and all other forest products,
and to repeal act No. 145 of the session laws of 1881, entitled 'An act
establishing a lien for labor and services upon logs, timber, cedar posts,
telegraph poles, railroad ties, tanbark, shingle bolts and staves, and to
repeal act No. 185 of the session laws of 1873, entitled "An act estab-
lishing a lien for labor and services upon logs and timber, as amended
by act No. 253 of the public acts of 1879," being compiler's section
10756 of the compiled laws of 1897:

file No. 23.
received, January 31, and referred to committee on labor interests.
reported favorably, February 20, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, i'ebruary 20, and ordered to

third reading

passed, February 26, given immediate effect and returned.
55. A bill to regulate the taking and catching of fish in the inland lakes of

Cass county, state of Michigan:

file No. 324.
received, April 23, and referred to committee on fisheries.
reported favorably, April 24, rules suspended, passed, given immediate

effect and returned
57. A bill to make invalid assignments and mortgages of indebtedness as against

garnishment proceedings in certain cases, and to repeal all acts and parts
of acts contravening the provisions of this act:

file No. 57.

received, February 7, and referred to committee on judiciary..
58. A bill to regulate the rates which may be charged by telegraph companies for

the transmission of messages:

file No. 71.

received, May 2, and referred to committee on state affairs..
64. A bill to amend section 146 of chapter 29 of the compiled laws of Michigan

of 1897, being continuous section 552 of said compilation, relating to
appeals in chancery:

file No. 107.

received, March 7, and referred to committee on judiciary..
66. A bill to regulate the granting of relief to and the admission of certain poor

persons to the asylums and alms houses and to provide for the expense of
the temporary care and transportation of such persons and to repeal all
acts or parts of acts inconsistent therewith:

file No. 141.

received, May 8, and referred to committee on judiciary.
67. A bill to divide the state of Michigan into 12 congressional districts:

file No. 368.

received, May 15, and referred to committee on apportionment..
69. A bill to make valid certain acts as commissioner of deeds performed by

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received, January 29, and referred to committee on judiciary.
reported favorably, January 31, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, February 1, and ordered to third

reading
read third time, February 1, and tabled.
taken up, February (, passed and tabled..

taken up, February 14, ordered to take immediate effect and retuuned.
72. A bill to amend section 2 of chapter t, and section 2 of chapter 6, as amended.

of act No. 254 of the public acts of 1897. entitled "An act to provide for the
construction and maintenance of drains, and the assessment and collection
of taxes therefor, and to repeal all other acts relative thereto," approved
June 2, 1897, the same being compiler's sections No. 4341 and 4355 of the
compiled laws of 1897, as amended by act No. 272 of the public acts of
1899:

file No. 184.
received, April 2, and referred to committee on agricultural interests...
reported amended, May 1, and placed on the general order..

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considered in committee of the whole, May 1, and referred to com-

mittee on judiciary.
reported favorably, Jay 14, and ordered to third reading
read third time. Mar 14, and tabled..

taken up, May 16, passed, and returned.
73. A bill to amend section 8 of chapter 29 of Howell's annotated statutes, being

compiler's section 1419 of Howell's annotated statutes, being section 4174
of the compiled laws of 1897, relative to highways, bridges, private roads
and ferries, as amended by the several acts amendatory thereof:

file No 48.
received, February 13, and referred to committee on roads and bridges..
reported amended, April 4, and placed on the general order...
considered in committee of the whole, April 5, amended, and ordered

to third reading...

passed, April 5, and returned.
74. A bill to amend section 1 of an act approved January 12, 1901, entitled “An

act authorizing the board of trustees of the public schools of the village
of Addison, an incorporated school district, to call a meeting of the quali-
fied electors of sail school district for the purpose of selecting and
changing sites and building school houses for said district:
received, January 16, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned.
77. A bill to detach certain territory from the village of Muskegon Heights,

county of Muskegon, and attach the said territory to the township of
Norton, in said county, and to repeal act No. 364 of the local acts of 1899,
and all acts or parts of acts inconsistent herewith:
received, January 16, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
SO. A bill' to amend section 2 of act 147 of the public acts of 1891, entitled

"An act to provide for the election of a county commissioner of schools,
for the appointment of school examiners (and) to define the duties and
fix the compensation for the same, and to repeal all existing acts or parts
of acts conflicting with the provisions of this açt," the same being section
4809 of the compiled laws of 1897:

file No. 24.
received, February 11, and referred to committee on education and

public schools
reported amended, February 26, and placed on the general order.
committee of whole diseharged, February 27, and tabled.
taken up, March 13, and placed on the general order..
considered in committee of the whole, March 13, and ordered to third

reading

passed, March 13, and returned.
81. A bill to change the name of Carlton M. Oothoudt to Carlton M. Dodge:

received, January 16, and referred to committee on state affairs..
reported favorably, January 17, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, January 17, and ordered to

third reading

passed, January 17, given immediate effect and returned.
82. A bill to provide for the registration of electors in Saginaw county outside

of the city of Saginaw:

received, January 31, and referred to committee on elections.
83. A bill to change the name of Bartholomew Jano to Bartholomew Milano:

received, January 10, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
85. A bill to provide for the protection of the health, lives and interests of the

coal miners of Michigan, and to provide for the inspection of all coal mines
in this state, and the conducting and operating of coal mines, and to create
a board, to be known as the state coal mining board of examiners, and to
create a state inspector of mines:

file No. 11.
received. April 25, and referred to committee on public health..
reported print for committee, April 29 (file No. 184)..

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86. A bill to authorize the board of supervisors of Jackson county to pay its com-

mittees luring the time the board is not in session, and when so first
authorized by the board to serve:
received, January 31, and referred to committee on counties and town-

ships
87. A hill to provide for the selection, at primary elections, by a direct vote of

the members of the various political parties of all candidates of such
parties for election to any and all public offices and positions, the occu-
pants of which now are or hereafter shall be required by law to be elected
at an April or November election, and to provide for and regulate the
printing upon the official ballots at April and November elections of
the names of candidates; and also for the election of clelegates to political
conventions and of members of committees of political parties, and to
provide for regulating and protecting such primary elections and con-
ventions, and to punish offenses committed thereat, and to repeal all acts
or parts of acts conflicting with the provisions of this act:

file No. 179.
received, April 12, and referred to committee on counties and town-

ships
88. A bill to provide for the registration of women's study clubs, and to regulate

their use of books from the state library:

file No. 43.
l'eceived, l'ebruary 6, and referred to committee on state library
reported favorably, March 14, and placed in the general order
considered in committee of the whole, Jarch 15, and ordered to third

realing
passed, March 15, and talled.

taken up). Varch 19, given immediate effect and returned
89. A bill making the president of the village of Harrisville, in the county of

Alcona, ex-officio a member of the board of supervisors of the county
of Alcona:

file No. 183.

received, April 2, and referred to committee on state affairs.
2. A bill to legalize the floating indebtedness of the village of Algonac, to

the amount of $4,000, leretofore incurred in the construction of a village
water works plant, and to authorize the council of said village to issue the
bonds of said village for the purpose of funding and paying off said
indebtedness:
received, January 17, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
93. A bill to legalize the floating indebtedness of the village of Algonac, to the

amount of $4,000, heretofore incurred in the construction of a village
electric light plant, and to authorize, the council of said village to issue
the bonds of said village for the purpose of funding and paying off said
indebtedness:
received, January 17, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
04. 'A bill to authorize the township of Hillman, in the county of Montmorency.

and state of Michigan, to borrow money for the payment of the outstanding
orders and other indebtedness of said township, and to issue bonds
therefor:
received, January 17, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
100. A bill to provide for the control by the board of supervisors of Jackson

county of certain classified index or abstract books, and for the making
and maintenance thereof, and for the use thereof by the public:
received, January 31, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
104. A bill to revise and amend the laws for the protection of game and birds:

file No. 240.
received, April 25, and referred to committee on gaming interests.
reported amended, May 7, and placed on the general order..

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