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introduced by Vr. Sovereign, January 21, and referred to committee on

military affairs
reported favorably, February 7, and placed on the general order (file

No. 50)
considered in committee of the whole, February 12, and ordered to third

reading
read third time, February 12, and referred to committee on judiciary..
reported substituted, April 4, and placed on the general order (file

No. 156)
considered in committee of whole. April 8, and ordered to third reading.
passed, April 9, title amended and transmitted..
returned amended, title amended, May 8, concurred in, and referred to

secretary for printing and presentation to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, May 17.

approved, May 28..
76. A bill to withdraw from entry and sale and to set apart certain delinquent

state tax lands in a part of the southern peninsula as state forest reserve
lands, and declaring the same to be non-taxable; to define and establish the
authority, powers and duties of the Michigan forestry commission over and
in relation thereto, and to provide for the appointment and compensation,
and to define the powers and duties of officials to carry into execution the
laws relating thereto; to provide, by a statute of limitations, for perfect-
ing the title of the state in and to the state forest reserve lands as against
any defects or irregularities in the proceedings through which the state
asserts title; to preserve and protect the state forest reserve lands from
trespasses and other wrongful acts, and to that end declaring certain acts
to be misdemeanors and prescribing the punishment therefor and the man-
ner of enforcing the same, and also prescribing the jurisdiction of courts
and modes of proceeding in criminal and civil proceedings arising under
this act, and defining the scope and extent of the power and authority of
the forestry commission and of the officials aforesaid, and other state,
county and township officials in relation thereto, and providing punishment
for neglect of such duties; and to provide an appropriation of moneys for
the purpose aforesaid and for the necessary expenses of the Michigan for-
estry commission, and prescribing the manner of payment thereof; and
to repeal all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, January 21, ordered printed (file No. 12),

and referred to committee on forestry interests.
77. A bill to define and establish a forest fire district, and to vest in the Michigan

forestry commission authority over all matters pertaining to forest fires
therein; and to provide for the appointment by said commission of fire
wardens, and prescribing the powers and duties of said commission and of
forest and fire wardens, and of certain county and township officials, and
of all other persons in relation to forest fires in Said tire district; and
to make unlawful certain acts calculated to cause, spread or cause danger
of forest fires in the said fire district, and prescribing the penalty and
punishment therefor, the manner of prosecution of such unlawful acts and
the jurisdiction of courts over and the power of said commission and offi-
cials in relation to the said prosecutions; and making certain provisions
respecting the measure of damages recoverable, and the remedies for re-
covery and collection thereof, in civil actions for causes arising under or
out of any provision of this act; and appropriating moneys for, and pro-
viding the manner of payment of, the compensation of said officials and
all expenses incurred under the provisions of this act: and providing for
the apportionment of such expenses between the state and the counties
concerned therein; and repealing acts and parts of acts inconsistent here-
with:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, January 21, ordered printed (file No. 13),

and referred to committee on forestry interests.
78. A bill to amend section 40 of article 2 of act No. 198, session laws of 1873,

entitled "An act to revise the laws providing for the incorporation of
railroad companies and to regulate the running and management and to

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fix the duties and liabilities of all railroads and other corporations owning
or operating any railroad in this state," approved May 1, 1873, being sec-
tion 6265, compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. High, January 22, and referred to committee on rail-

roads

reported print for (ommittee, March 20 (file No. 120)
79. A bill to authorize the board of education of the city of Escanaba, county

of Delta, and state of Michigan, to borrow money and issue bonds in the
sum of $25,000, to be used in the erection of a school building in the city,
and in the purchase of a site therefor:
introduced by Mr. Fuller, January 22, and referred to committee on

cities and villages.
reported favorably, February 19, and placed on the general order (file

No. 72)
considered in committee of whole, February 26, and ordered to third

reading
passed, February 26, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned amended, March 21, concurred in, and referred to secretary for

printing and presentation to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, March 28

approved, April 4.
80. A bill to provide for the compensation of the clerk of the supreme court of

the state of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Helme, January 22, and referred to committee on

judiciary
81. A bill for the exemption of all homesteads actually used as such from taxa-

tion, to the amount of $300:
introduced by Mr. Helme, January 22, and referred to committee on

taxation
82. A joint resolution proposing amendments to sections 1 and 20 of article 4

of the constitution of this state, and also to add 3 new sections thereto,
to stand as sections 50, 51 and 52, relative to granting legislative power to
the electors, and the manner of exercising the same:
introduced by Mr. Helme, January 22, and referred to committee on

constitutional amendments
23. H bill to provide for the employment of clerks or assistants in the executive

office, of this state:
introduced by Mr. Moore, January 23, and referred to committee on

state affairs
reported favorably, January 24, rules suspended, passed, given immedi-

ate effect and transmitted ..
returned amended, January 31, concurred in, and referred to seeretary

for printing and presentation to the governor..
announcement of presentation to governor, February 5..

approved, February 6...
81. A bill to detach certain territory from school district No. 8 of the township

of Hastings, Barry county, Michigan, and from school district No. 7 of
the township of Castleton, Barry county, Michigan, and to organize the
same into fractional school district No. 2 of the townships of Hastings
and Castleton:
introduced by Mr. Schumaker (by request). January 23, and referred

to committee on education and public schools..
85. A bill to authorize and empower the county of Ontonagon to make, hare

made, or purchase and maintain a system of abstracts of title of all lands
in said county; to make and sell abstracts of title and furnish in-
formation concerning the condition of titles, and charge such fees therefor
as the board of supervisors of said county shall from time to time deter-
mine; to employ some person to keep and maintain such system of ab-
stracts, and to do all things necessary for the carrying on of a general
abstract business of titles to lands in Ontonagon county:
introduced by Mfr. Charles Smith, January 23, and referred to committee
on state affairs

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reported favorably, May 16, and placed on the general order (file No.

203)
considered in committee of whole, May 21, and ordered to third reading.
passed, May 21, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned substituted, May 28, concurred in, and referred to secretary

for printing and presentation to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, June 6.

approved, June 6..
$6. A bill to amend section 9 of act 206 of the public acts of 1893, as amended by

act 25 of the public acts of 1895, entitled “An act to provide for the as-
sessment 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 delinquent for taxes, and for the in-
spection 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 contravening any of the provisions
of this act:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, January 23, and referrell to committee on

taxation
ordered printed for committee by resolution of Senator Moore, January

28 (file No. 22)
87. A bill to establish a state sanatorium, in some suitable locality, for the

treatment of incipient pulmonary tuberculosis, and making an appropria-
tion therefor:
introduced by Mr. Loomis (by request), January 23, and referred to com-

mittee on state affairs
ordered, print for committee by resolution of Senator Mollullen,

January 30 (file No. 23).
88. A bill to authorize the township board of the township of Decatur, Van Buren

county, to borrow money to finish building a town hall in said township,
and to issue the bonds of the township for the payment of the same:
introduced by Mr. Humphrey, January 23, and referred to committee on

cities and villages.
committee discharged. January 24, and placed on the general order

(manuscript)
considered in committee of whole, January 24, and ordered to third

reading
passed, January 24, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned, January 28, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-

sentation to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, February .5.

approved, February 6.....
89. A bill to provide for the taxation of any and every person, company, asso-

ciation or corporation, whether located within or without this state, that
owns or is interested in and engaged in running palace, drawing room
or sleeping cars, over or upon any railroad wholly or partly within this
state, which cars are not the whole and exclusive property of the owners or
lessees of such railroad, and for the occupancy or use of which cars charges
are made additional to the ordinary fares or tolls charged by the owners
or lessees of such railroad, and to prescribe penalties and means to enforce
the provisions of this act, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts incon-
sistent with said provisions:
introduced by Mr. Helme, January 23, and referreil to committee on

railroads
90. A bill to limit the amount banks organized under the general banking laws

of the state of Michigan may pay for salaries of employes:
introduced by Mr. Doherty, January 24, and referred to committee on

banks and corporations
91. A bill to make an appropriation for building one detached building for women

patients, for the purchase of furniture and furnishings for the same, and
for an appropriation for the erection of five fire proof stairways and the
necessary remodeling incident thereto, in the main buildings already
erectel at the Michigan asylum for the insane at Kalamazoo:

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introduced by Mr. Bangham, January 24, and referred to committee on
asylum for insane at Kalamazoo.

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reported favorably, February 19, and referred to committee on finance
and appropriations

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92. A bill to amend act 194 of the general laws of 1889, entitled "An act to re-

vise and consolidate the laws relative to the state board of education:”
introduced by Mr. Palmer, January 21, and referred to committee on
education and public schools..

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reported substituted, February 6, and placed on the general order (file
No. 42)

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considered in committee of whole, February 12, and ordered to third
reading

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passed, February 12, and transmitted.

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returned amended, May 14, concurred in and referred to secretary for
printing and presentation to the governor..

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announcement of presentation to governor, May 21

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93. A bill to prevent deception in the manufacture and sale of imitation butter:

int ed by Mr. Robson, January 24, ordered printed (file No. 18),
and referred to committee on agricultural college.

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94. A joint resolution directing the board of state auditors to investigate and

examine the claims of Henry M. Kingsley, of Kendalls, Van Buren county,
Michigan, against the state of Michigan on account of injuries received
by him while in the employ of the state at the Michigan asylum for the
insane at Kalamazoo, and to provide for the payment to him of a sufficient
sum of money to compensate him for the damages sustained:
introduced by MIr. Humphrey, January 24, and referred to committee on
state affairs

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reported favorably, May 23, and referred to committee on finance ana
appropriations

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95. A bill relative to the making and filing of contracts for sale of personal

property where title is reserved in the vendor:
introduced by Mr. Gad Smith, January 24, and referred to committee on
judiciary

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reported favorably, February 6, and placed on the general order (file
No. 41 )

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considered in committee of whole, February 12.

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read third time, February 12, and tabled..

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96. A bill to divide the state of Michigan into twelve congressional districts:

introduced by Mr. Goodell, January 24, and referred to committee on
apportionnent

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97. A bill to provide for the licensing and regulation of sales of goods, wares and

merchandise itinerant vendors, and to repeal act No. 259, public acts of
the state of Michigan of 1999:
introduced by Mr. Schumaker, January 24, ordered printed (file No.
16), and referred to committee on state affairs..

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reported favorably, April 16, and placed on the general order.

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passed, April 17, and transmitted.

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returned, Jay lt, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-
tion to the governor.

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98. A bill to promote the public health by providing for an annual public meeting

in each township, city and village; to create local funds for public health
purposes, and to supply official information to taxpayers, relative to the
sources of danger to the public health, and relative to the costs and results
of public health work:
introduced by Mr. Robson (by request ), January 24, ordered printed
(file No. 17), and referred to committee on public health.

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99. A bill to amend section (i of act Yo. Il of the public acts of 1899, entitled

“An act for the organization of corporate Vethodist Episcopal churches,"
approved Jarch 2, 1899:

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introduced by Mr. Vichols (by request), January 24, and referred to

committee on religious and benevolent societies.
reported favorably, February 5, and placed on the general order (manu-

script)
considered in committee of whole, February 5, and ordered to third

reading
passed, February 5, and tabled.
taken up, February 12, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned, February 13, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-

sentation to the governor'.
announcement of presentation to governor, February 15.

approved, February 20...
100. A bill to authorize any railroad company now organized or that may here-

after be organized under the laws of this state, to sell, lease and convey
its property and franchises to any other railroad company, whether or-
ganized within or without this state; and to acquire by lease or purchase
from the owner of any other railroad such road or any part or portion
thereof, whether located within or without this state, together with the
rights and franchises connected therewith; and to provide for securing pay-
ment therefor; and to repeal act No. 102 of the session laws of 1893:
introduced by Mr. Murfin, January 28, and referred to committee on

judiciary
reported favorably, February 6, and placed on the general order (file

No. 40)
considered in committee of whole, February 14, and ordered to third

reading
passed, February 14, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned, March 14, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-

tion to the governor'.
announcement of presentation to governor, March 20

approved, March 28.
101. A bill to provide for the assessment of the property of railroad and union

station and depot companies, and the levy of taxes thereon by a state
board of assessors, and to provide for the collection thereof, and providing
for a board of review, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts inconsistent
herewith:
introduced by Mr. Nichols, January 28, ordered printed (file No. 20),

and referred to committee on railroads.
102. A bill to repeal act No. 9 of the session laws of 1877, approved February 8,

1877, same being sections 1630, 4631, 4632, 4033, 4634 and 4635 of Miller's
compiled laws of 1897, entitled "An act to authorize the appointment of a
commissioner of mineral statistics and defining the duties and compensa-
tion of the same:"
introduced by Mr. Pierson, January 28, and referred to committee on

mining interests
103. A joint resolution to provide for the auditing of the accounts of Manitou

county, and the payment of the indebtedness thereof:
introduced by Mr. Palmer, January 28, and referred to committee on

counties and townships
reported favorably, February 20, rules suspended, passed by two-thirds

vote, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned, February 26, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-

sentation to the governor'..
announcement of presentation to governor, March 5.

approved, March 19.....
104. A bill to provide for the assessment of the property of railroad and union

station and depot companies, and the levy of taxes thereon by a state
board of assessors, to provide for the collection thereof, and to l'epeal all
acts or parts of acts inconsistent herewith:
introduced by Mr. Helme, January 28, ordered printed (file No. 21),

and referred to committee on railroads.

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