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105. A bill to make an appropriation for the erection of one state monument

within the national military park of Chickamanga and Chattanooga, and
the completion of the work of the Vichigan commission:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, January 28, and referred to committee on
military affairs

271
reported favorably, February 19, ordered printed (file No. 73), and re-
ferred to committee on finance and appropriations..

467
reported favorably, March 21, and placed on the general order

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considered committee of whole. Jarch 22, and ordered to third reading 824
passed, March 22, and tabled..

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taken up, March 25, given immediate effect and transmitted.

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returned non-concurred in, May 30...

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106. A bill to regulate the taxation of steam ressels, boats and other water craft:

introduced by Mr. Kelly, January 29, and referred to committee on
taxation

274
reported print for committee, February 12 (file No. 54)

373
reported favorably, March 28, and placed on the general order

808
considered in committee of whole, April 4, ind all afier enacting clause

recommended to be stricken out, non-concurred in. :ind referred to com-
mittee on taxation

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107. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 94 of the public acts of 1887, entitled

“An act to make all debts for labor preferred claims against the estates
of debtors becoming insolvent, and give the same precedence over all
debts not a lien on such estates prior to the performance of such labor.”
being compiler's section No. 8749m of Howell's annotated statutes:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, January 29, and referred to committee on
labor interests

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reported favorably, March 21, and placed on the general order (file No.
124)

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considered in committee of whole, March 28, and ordered to third reading 901
passed, March 28, and transmitted.

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returned non-concurred in, May 30.

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108. A bill to provide for the republishing of the journal of the constitutional

convention of 1850 of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Nichols, January 29, and referred to committee on
constitutional amendments

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109. A bill to amend section 9 of article 2 of act No. 198 of the session laws of

1873, being an act entitled "An act to revise the laws providing for the
incorporation of railroad companies, and to regulate the running and
management, and to fix the duties and liabilities of all railroad and other
corporations owning or operating any railroad in this state," as amended
by act 177 of the 'session laws of 1877, and act 230 of the public acts of
1887, and act 202 of the public acts of 1889, and act 90 of the public acts
of 1891, same being section 9 of chapter 164 of Miller's compiled laws of
1897:
introduced by Mr. Pierson, January 30, ordered printed (file No. 25),
and referred to committee on military affairs..

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110. A bill to amend sections 4397, +40 and 4401 of Miller's compiled laws of

1897, entitled "An act to establish a state board of health, to provide
for the appointment of a superintendent of vital statistics, and to assign
certain duties to local boards of health:*:
introduced by Mr. Pierson, January 30, and referred to committee on
public health

285
reported favorably, February 7, and placed on the general order (file
No. 49)

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

413
read third time. February 14, amended. passed, title amended, and
given immediate effect

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tabled. February 15

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taken up, February 18, and transmitted

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returned non-concurred in, May 30.

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111. A bill to require train railway and street railway companies or corpora-

tions engaged in suburban passenger business in this state to provide
toilet rooms or closets in the passenger cars on their roads:
introduced by Mr. Goodell, January 30, and referred to committee on

lailroads
reported amended and title amended, March 20, and placed on the gen-

eral order (file No. 115)
considered in committee of whole, March 27, and recommitted to com-

mittee on railroads...
112. A bill to amend section 2 of act No. 152 of the public acts for the year 1885,

being an act entitled "An act to authorize the establishment of a home for
disabled soldiers, sailors and marines in the state of Michigan," by pro-
viding for women members of the board of managers:
introduced by Mr. Weekes, January 30, and referred to committee on

soldiers' home
113. A bill to amend section 12 of act 209 of the public acts of 1893, the same

being compiler's section 2037 of the compiled laws of 1897, relative to the
board of control of the Michigan home for feeble minded and epileptic,
by providing for a woman member of said board of control:
introduced by Mr. Weekes, January 30, and referred to committee on

home for feeble minded
114. A bill authorizing members of the state legislature to administer oaths,

take depositions and acknowledgments, and perform the duties of notaries
public:
introduced by Mr. Helme, January 30, and referred to committee on

judiciary
reported amended, March 19, and placed on the general order (file

No. 109)
considered in committee of whole, March 26, and ordered to third read-

ing
passed, March 26, title amended, given immediate effect and trans-

mitted
returned, May 6, and referred to secretary for printing and presentation

to the governor'.
announcement of presentation to governor, May 7

approved, May 17.
115. A bill to establish a hatchery for the propagation of brook trout near the

shores of Portage lake, in Houghton county, and to make an appropriation
therefor:
introduced by Mr. Charles Smith, January 30, and referred to committee

on fisheries
116. A bill to regulate the writing of life insurance within this state:

introduced by Mr. Kelly, January 31, and referred to committee on

insurance

ordered printed, for the use of the senate, February 20 (file No. 81)..
117. A bill to amend section 2 of chapter 11 of an act entitled "An act to pro-

vide a charter for the city of Detroit, and to repeal.all acts and parts of
acts in conflict therewith," approved June 7, 1883, as amended by an act
approved June 17, 1889:
introduced by Mr. Murfin, January 31, rules suspended, passed, given

immediate effect and transmitted.
returned, February 1, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-

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

approved, February 6..
118. A bill appropriating money from the general fund which has been paid to

the state of Michigan by the general government for the maintenance of
disabled volunteer soldiers, sailors and marines, in the Michigan soldiers'
home:
introduced by Mr. Sovereign, January 31, and referred to committee on

soldiers' home

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committee discharged, January 31, and referred to committee on
finance and appropriations..

308
reported favorably, February 12, rules suspended. passed and tabled. 373, 374
taken up, February 14, given immediate effect and transmitted.

399
returned substituted, April 2, and tabled..

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taken up, April 2, concurred in, given immediate effect, and referred to
secretary for printing and presentation to the governor.

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announcement of presentation to governor, April 1.

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approved, April 16..

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119. A bill to provide for the appointment of a guardian for members of the

Michigan soldiers' home, in certain cases:
introduced by Mr. Sovereign, January 31, and referred to committee on
soldiers' home

299
reported favorably, February 14, and placed on the general order (file
No. 61 )

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committee of whole discharged, February 20. and made a special order
for February 28.

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special order for February 28 reconsidered, February 26, and made
Special order for March 6.

580
considered in committee of whole, March 6, and ordered to third read-
ing

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passed, March (, and tabled.

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taken up, March 12, given immediate effect and transmitted.

653
returned, March 27, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-
tion to the governor.

886
announcement of presentation to governor, April 3.

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approred, April !.

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120. A joint resolution directing the board of state auditors to investigate,

examine and settle the claim of John E. Tyrrell, of Jackson, Jackson
county. Michigan, against the state of Michigan, on account of services
rendered and performed by him as a recruiting officer, commissioned
under act No. 2 of the special session of 1898, and to provide for the pay-
ment to him of a sufficient amount to compensate him therefor:
introduced by Mr. Holmes, January 31, and referred to committee on
military affairs

299
reported favorably, January 31, and referred to committee on finance
and appropriations

303
reported favorably, January 31, rules suspended, passed by two-thirds
vote, given immediate effect and transmitted.

304
returned, February 7, and referred to secretary for printing and presen-
tation to the governor.

357
announcement of presentation to governor, February 12.

380
approved, February 25..

563
121. A bill to provide fire escapes in hotels:

introduced by Mr. Earle, January 31, and referred to committee on state
affairs ..

299
reported substituted. April 4, and placed on the general order (file No.
153)

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considered in committee of whole, April 8. and ordered to third reading. 981
read third time, amended, passed, April 9, title amended and trans-
mitted

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returned non-concurred in. May 30.

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122. A bill to authorize the townships of this state to grade, pare, curb, gravel,

plank or otherwise improve public highways and streets within their
limits:
introduced by Mr. Earle, January 31, and referred to committee on
roads and bridges..

299
reported printed, for committee, February 6 (file No. 45)

335
committee discharged. April 9, and referred to committee on judiciary. 987
123. A bill to provide for a graduated tax upon the gross income of each and

every person of lawful age living in the state of Michigan where the amount
of said gross income exceeds $1,000, and to provide for the disposition of
the tax arising therefrom:

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introduced by Mr. Pierson, January 31, and referred to committee on

taxation
reported favorably, March 20, and placed on the general order (file No.

119)
considered in committee of whole, March 27, amended, and ordered to

third reading
read third time by title, March 27, and tabled..
taken up, April 16, and ordered to third reading, read third time by

title, April 17, and tabled....
124. A bill to amend section 7 of an act entitled "An act to revise the laws pro-

viding for the incorporation of railroad companies, and to regulate the
running and management and to fix the duties and liabilities of all rail-
road and other corporations owning and operating any railroad in this
state," as amended by act No. 180, session laws of 1999:
introduced by Mr. Atwood, January 31, ordered printed (file No. 28),

and referred to committee on railroads..
reported favorably, l'ebruary 7, and placed on the general order..
considered in committee of whole, February 7, and ordered to third

reading
passed, February 7, and tabled.
taken up, March 12, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned amended, title amended, May 14, concurred in, and referred

to secretary for printing and presentation to the governor'.
announcement of presentation to governor, May 21.

approved, May 23.
125. A bill to regulate the sale of concentrated commercial feeding-stuffs :

introduced by Mr. Goodell, January 31, and referred to committee on

agricultural college
reported printed, for committee, March 12 (file No. 100)
reported amended, March 20, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of whole, March 21, and referred to committee

on finance and appropriations..
reported amended, April 11, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, April 15, and ordered to third

reading
passed, Ipril 16, title amended and transmitted

returned non-concurred in, May 30.
126. A bill to detach certain territory from the county of Marquette, and to

attach the same to the county of Delta:
introduced by Mr. Fuller, January 31, ordered printed (file No. 27),

and referred to committee on counties and townships...
127. A bill to amend section 10145 of the compiled laws of the state of Michigan

for 1897, relating to records and judicial proceedings of courts outside of
the state:
introduced by Mr. Fuller, January 31, ordered printed (file No. 20),

and referred to committee on judiciary..
128. A bill to provide for protecting the rights of absent persons:

introduced by Mr. Fuller, January 31, ordered printed (file No. 32).

and referred to committee on state affairs..
129. A bill to provide for the payment of a franchise fee by corporations:

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introduced by Mr. Lockerby, January 31, and referred to committee on

banks and corporations..

reported printed, for committee, March 28 (file No. 144)
130. A bill to amend section 17 of article 11 of act No. 198 of the public acts

of Michigan for the year 1873, entitled “An act to revise the laws pro-
viding for the incorporation of railroad companies, and to regulate the
running and management and to fix the duties and liabilities of all rail-
road and other corporations owning or operating any railroad in this
state,” approved May 1, 1873, as amended by act No. 266 of the public
acts of Michigan for the year 1899: and also to amend sections 20 and 21
of article 11 of said act No. 198 of the public acts of Michigan for the year
1873 above entitled, being continuous sections 6242, 6245 and 6246 of the
compiled laws of Michigan of 1897:

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introduced by Mr. Charles Smith, February 1, ordered printed (file No.

31), and referred to committee on railroads..
131. A bill to amend section 1 127 of the compiled laws of 1871, being section

8680 of Howell's annotated statutes of Michigan, as amended by act No.
151, session laws of 1889, and being section 10492 of Miller's compiled
laws of the state of Michigan relating to writ of error:
introduced by Mr. Pierson, February 5, and referred to committee on

judiciary
132. A bill to fix the salary of the chief of the division of vital statistics in the

department of state:
introduced by Mr. Bangham, February 5, and referred to committee on

public health
l'eported favorably, February 20, and placed on the general order (file

No. 78)
considered in committee of whole, February 26, and ordered to third

reading
passed, February 26, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned March 21, and tabled..
taken up, March 25, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-

tion to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, March 28.
recalled from governor, April 4, and tabled.
taken up, May 28, and presented to governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, May 31

approved, June 6.
133. A bill to prohibit the taking, catching or destruction of grayling in the

Manistee river of this state:
introduced by Mr. Westover, February 5, and referred to committee on

fisheries
134. A bill to establish a state sanitarium for the treatment of nerve and kindred

diseases of men, women and children, under the name of the Michigan
state sanitarium, and making an appropriation for the same:
introduced by Mr. Robson (by request), February 5, and referred to

committee on public health..
135. A bill to amend section 5 and section 9 of an act entitled "An act to provide

for the incorporation of associations for the purpose of erecting and own-
ing buildings to be occupied for stores, offices, halls and lodge, society and
association rooms," approved May 24, 1893, being sections 6963 and 6967 of
the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Robson (by request), February 5, and referred to

committee on banks and corporations.
reported substituted, March 20, and placed on the general order (file No.

118)
considered in committee of whole, March 27, amended, and ordered to

third reading
passed, March 27, title amended, given immediate effect and transmitted

returned non-concurred in, May 20...
136. A bill to provide for the establishment and maintenance of rural high

schools:
introduced by Mr. Humphrey, February 5, ordered printed (file No. 37),

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and referred to committee on education and public schools.
reported amended, March 22, and placed on the general order
considered in committee of whole, March 25, amended, and ordered to

third reading
passed, March 26, and transmitted .
returned, May 6, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-

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

approved. May 21.
137. A bill to authorize the township of Grosse Pointe, Wayne county, to grade,

pave, plank, gravel, macadamize, curb and otherwise improve the high
ways known as Jefferson avenue and Mack avenue in said township, and
to provide the necessary funds therefor:

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