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returned, April 10, and re-referred to secretary for printing and. pre.

sentation to the governor'.
announcement of presentation to governor, April 22

approved, April 23...
165. A bill to make appropriations for buildings and general maintenance of the

experiment substations at South Haven, for the fiscal years ending June 30,
1902, and June 30, 1903, and to provide a tax to meet the same:

introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 12, and tabled.
166. A bill to make appropriations for building and special purposes for the

state agricultural college for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1902, and
June 30, 1903, and to provide a tax to meet the same:

introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 12, and tabled.
167. A bill to make appropriations for buildings and general maintenance of

the upper peninsula experiment station for the fiscal years ending June
30, 1902, and June 30, 1903, and to provide a tax to meet the same:

introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 12, and tabled..
168. A bill to amend section 131 of act No. 206 of the public acts of 1893,

being "An act to provide for the assessment of property and for the
lery and collection of taxes thereon, and for the collection of taxes here-
tofore and hereafter levied, making such taxes a lien on the lands taxed,
establishing and continuing such liens, providing for the sale and con-
veyance of lands delinquent for taxes, and for the inspection and dispo-
sition 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," as amended by acts Nos. 240 of the public acts of 1897, and 107 of
the public acts of 1899, being section 3953 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Farr, February 12, and referred to committee on

state lands
reported substituted, March 21, and placed on the general order (file

No. 125)
considered in committee of whole, April 3, amended and ordered to

third reading
passed, April 3, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned amended, May 1, concurred in and referred to secretary for

printing and presentation to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, May 7

approved, May 17..
169. A bill to repeal act No. 75 of the public acts of 1889, approved May 8,

1889, entitled "An act to provide for one additional judge in the judicial
circuit in which the county of Saginaw is, or may be situated, being now
the tenth judicial circuit," the same being sections 276, 277, 278, 279, 280,
281, 282, 283 and 284 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Baird, February 12, and referred to committee on

judiciamo
reportsfi favorably, May 27, and placed on the general order without

prating
170. A bill to amend section 34 of act No. 35 of the public acts of 1867, entitled

“An act to provide for the formation of street railway companies,”
approved March 5. 1867, as said act was amended by act No. 102 of the
public acts of 1897, approved April 28, 1897:
introduced by Mr. Moore, February 12, and referred to committee on

railroads
171. A bill to amend section 35 of act 35 of the public acts of 1867, entitled

"An act to provide for the formation of street railway companies,"
approved March 5, 1867, as said act was amended by act No. 102 of the
public acts of 1897, approved April 28, 1897:
introduced by Mr. Moore, February 12, and referred to committee on

railroads
172. A bill relating to the county auditors of the county of Wayne:

introduced by Mr. Goodell, February 12, and tabled.

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173. A bill to amend the charter of the city of Bay City:
introduced by Mr. Westorer, February 13, and tabled..

390
taken up, May 27, and referred to committee on cities and villages 1587
reported substituted, Jay 27, rules suspended, passed, given imme-
diate effect and transmitted.

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returned, May 28, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-
tion to the governor

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announcement of presentation to governor',

June 6,

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approved, June 0...

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174. A bill relative to granting, regulating and licensing the business of hawk-

ing and peddliny goods, wares and merchandise. in the several counties of
this state:
introduced by Mr. High, February 13, and referred to committee on
judiciary

390
175. A bill to amend chapter 150 of the revised statutes of 1846, as amended

by act No. 187 of the session laws of 1859; act No. 187 of the session laws
of 1861; act No. 138 of the session laws of 1871; act No. 197 of the
session laws of 1873; act No. 277 of the public acts of 1881, and act No.
155 of the public acts of 1893, relative to the salaries of judges of probate,
the same being, as so amended, sections 2551 and 2552 of the compiled
laws of the state of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. High, February 13, and referred to committee on
judiciary

390
reported print for committee, February 15 (file No. 66 )

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reported amended, Diarch 19, and placed on the general order.

759
considered in committee of whole, March 20, and recommitted to com-

mittee on judiciary
176. A bill relative to granting, regulating and licensing the business of hawk-

ing and peddling goods, wares and merchandise in the several counties of
this state:
introduced by Mr. High, February 13, and referred to committee on
judiciary

390
177. A bill to legalize what is known as “the supervisor's plat of the village of

Ithaca,” so that the same may be used for all purposes in the selling,
conveying and mortgaging of the real estate contained therein, as well
as for assessment purposes, and in all proceedings at law or in equity
concerning such lands:
introduced by Mr. High, February 13, and referred to committee on
judiciary

390
reported favorably, March 12, rules suspended, passed, given immediate
efl'ect and transmitted

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returned, April 5, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-
tion to the governor

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announcement of presentation to governor, April $

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approved, April 18

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178. A bill to limit and fix the time within which actions for negligent injuries

to persons and property may be brought, and to repeal act No. 155 of
the public acts of 1899, entitled "An act limiting the time in which actions
may be brought to recover damages for personal injuries, approved
June 23, 1899, and to repeal all acts in conflict herewith:”
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 13, and referred to committee
on railroads

391
reported print for committee, March 20 (file No. 123)

786
179. A bill to amend sections 5353 and 5356 of the compiled laws of 1897 so as

to provide for the appointment of one or more women as factory in-
spectors:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 13, and referred to committee on
labor interests

391
reported substituted, April 10, and placed on the general order
(file No. 162)

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considered in committee of whole, April 16, and referred to committee
on finance and appropriations.

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reported favorably, April 18, and placed on the general order...

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considered in committee of the whole, April 18, and ordered to third
reading

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passed, April 18, given immediate effect and transmitted.

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returned, April 30, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor.

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announcement of presentation to governor, May 7.

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approved, Jay 13.

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180. A bill to amend section 2 of act No. 187 of the laws of Michigan of 1859,

entitled "An act to amend chapter 150 of the revised statutes of 1846, it
being chapter 17:) of the compiled laws, and to authorize the salary of
the judges of probate," approved February 15, 1859, as amended by act No.
79 of the laws of Michigan of 1803, act No. 138 of the laws of Michigan
of 1871, act No. 140 of the laws of Michigan of 1873, acts Nos. 102 and
277 of the public acts of 1881, and act No. 55 of the public acts of 1893,
the same being compiler's section 2552 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 13, and referred to committee on
judiciary

391
reported print for committee, February 15 (file No. 67)

423
181. A bill to amend section 6 of act No. 35 of the session laws of 1867, entitled

"An act to provide for the formation of street railway companies,” being
section 6439 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 13, and referred to committee on
railroads

391
reported print for committee, March 20 (file No. 122)

786
reported favorably, April 10, and placed on the general order.

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considered in committee of whole, April 12, and ordered to third reading 1056
passed, April 12, given immediate effect and transmitted..

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returned, April 18, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor

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announcement of presentation to governor, April 19.

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approved. April 22.

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182. A bill to repeal section 1 of act 126 of the public acts of 1897, entitled

“An act to preclude the appointment as administrator of the estate of
a deceased incompetent person, of any person who, within one year prior
to the death of such deceased incompetent person, was the guardian of
such deceased incompetent person, except heirs," being section 9343 of
the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 13, and referred to committee on
judiciary

391
reported amended, March 14, and placed on the general order (file No.
104)

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considered in committee of whole, March 21, and ordered to third
reading :

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passed, March 21, and transmitted.

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returned non-concurred in, May 30.

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183. A bill to prevent the barring of causes of action by contract:

introduced by VIr. Helme, February 13, and referred to committee on
judiciary

392
184. A bill to amend sections 36 and 37 of an act, entitled "An act to prescribe

the manner of conducting, and to prevent fraud and deception at elections
in this state," being act No. 190 of the public acts of 1891:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 13, and referred to committee on
elections

392
185. A bill to provide for the exercise of the police power of the state over the

affairs and business of corporations and persons engaged in urban,
suburban and interurban railway transportation, by the commissioner
of railroads, and to define the powers and duties of said commissioner
of railroads with reference thereto:
introduced by Mr. Goodell, February 13, and tabled.

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186. A bill to amend section 1 of chapter 161 of the compiled laws of 1897,

the same being compiler's section No. 6090, as amended by act No. 265
of the public acts of 1899:
introduced by Mr. Lockerby (by request), February 13, ordered printed
(file No. 59) and referred to committee on banks and corporations..

392
187. A bill to provide for the allowance of alimony to husbands upon decrees of

divorce in certain cases:
introduced by Mr. Nichols, February 13, and referred to committee on
judiciary

392
reported favorably, March 20, and placed on the general order (file
No. 133)

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considered in committee of whole, April 3, and ordered to third reading 939
passed, April 3, and transmitted.

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returned non-concurred in, May 30..

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188. A bill to authorize the township of St. Clair, in the county of St. Clair,

to issue bonds to the amount of $5,000, extending over a period of five
years, for the payment of a judgment against said township for damages
on account of personal injuries to Agnes Lauder:
introduced by Mr. Moore, February 13, rules suspended, passed and

tabled
taken up, February 14, given immediate effect and transmitted.

392-393
returned, February 18, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor..

445
announcement of presentation to governor, February 25.

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approved, February 27...

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189. A joint resolution to amend section 1, article 6, of the constitution of this

state, relative to the judicial department:
introduced by Mr. McMullen, February 14, and referred to committee
on judiciary

408
reported amended, February 14, rules suspended, passed, given immediate
effect and transmitted

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returned non-concurred in, May 30.

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190. A bill to provide for the payment of the necessary expenses of circuit

judges, incurred by them in holding courts within their districts, and
outside the county in which they reside:
introduced by Mr. Nichols, February 14, and referred to committee on
judiciary

405
reported favorably, March 26 and placed on the general order (file No.
131 )

841
considered in committee of whole, April 3, and ordered to third reading 935
passed, April 3, given immediate effect and transmitted..

941
returned non-concurred in, May 30...

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191. A bill to amend section 4 of act 113 of 1877, entitled "An act to revise the

laws providing for the incorporation of companies for mining, smelting,
and manufacturing iron, copper, silver, mineral coal, and other ores or
minerals, and to fix the duties and liabilities of such corporations:”
introduced by Mr. Charles Smith, February 14, and referred to committee
on banks and corporations..

408
reported title amended, March 28, and placed on the general order
(file No. 145)

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considered in committee of whole, April 4, and ordered to third reading 959
passed, April 4, and transmitted.

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returned non-concurred in, May 30.

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192. A bill to provide for the retirement of aged and disabled policemen em-

ployed by the city of Saginaw, and for the payment of pensions to the
wives and children and widowed inothers of policemen killed in the
service of the city of Saginaw:
introduced by Mr. Baird, February 14, and referred to committee on
cities and villages

409
reported favorably, April 3, rules suspended, passed and transmitted.. 926
returned, April 4, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-
tion to the governor

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announcement of presentation to governor, April 8.

approved, April 18...
193. A joint resolution authorizing the board of state auditors to audit, allow

and pay the county of Saginaw for the support, care and maintenance
of indigent insane patients from said county who have become in the past
or that may hereafter become state charges, and that have been or may
hereafter be supported by said county on account of want of sufficient room
in the respective state insane asylums, to receive said patients, and the
inability of said county to have the said patients cared for at private
insane asylums:
introduced by Mr. Baird, February 14, and referred to committee on

state affairs
194. A bill to repeal section 2 of act No. 37 of the public acts of 1899, approved

April 17, 1899, entitled "An act to provide for the salary of the state
game and fish warden and for the appointment of a chief deputy game
and fish warden, and to prescribe his powers and duties:”
introduced by Mr. Baird, February 14, and referred to committee on

fisheries
195. A bill making appropriations for the industrial school for boys for the

years 1901 and 1902:
introduced by Mr. Baird, February 14, and referred to committee on

industrial school for boys..
reported substituted, March 28, and referred to committee on finance

and appropriations
reported favorably, April 3, and placed on the general order (file

No. 149)
considered in committee of whole, April 4, and ordered to third reading
passed, April 4, and transmitted.

returned non-concurred in, May 30
196. A bill to amend section 33 of title 3 of act No. 374 of the local acts of the

state of Michigan for the year 1897, entitled "An act to revise the charter
of the city of Grand Rapids," approved March 25, 1897:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 14, and referred to committee on

cities and villages
197. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to article 4 of the constitu-

tion of this state by adding a new section thereto to stand as section 47,
empowering the legislature to enact a law imposing indeterminate sen-
tences, so called, as a punishment for crime, and provide for the parole
and return to prison of persons imprisoned on such sentences:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 14, and referred to committee on

constitutional amendments
reported favorably, March 14, and placed on the general order (file

No. 105)
considered in committee of whole, March 22, amended, and ordered to

third reading
not passed, March 22, reconsidered and tabled.
taken up, March 26, substituted and passed by two-thirds vote and

transmitted
returned May 29, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-

tion to the governor
198. A bill making appropriations for the northern state normal school for

the fiscal years ending June 30, 1902, and June 30, 1903, and to provide for
a tax to meet the same:

introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 14, and tabled...
199. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 94 of the public acts of 1893, entitled

"An act to provide for the inspection of illuminating oils manufactured
from petroleum or coal oils, and to repeal act number 127, laws of 1879,
as amended by act No. 49 of the laws of 1881, act No. 20 of the laws of
1881, and act No. 71, laws of 1891," being section 4954 of the compiled
laws of 1897 :
introduced by Mr. Westover, February 14, rules suspended, passed, given

inmediate effect and transmitted.
returned non-concurred in, May 30..

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