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delinquent 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 or parts of acts in anywise
contravening any of the provisions of this act," approved June 1, 1893, as
amended by acts 25, 154, 162 and 299 of the public acts of 1895, and acts
No. 206, 214, 224, 225, 229, 240, 261, of the public acts of 1897, and to add
ten new sections thereto, to stand as sections 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150,
151, 152, 153 and 154, providing for the creation of a board of state tax
commissioners, charged with the duty of enforcing this act, and exercising
supervisory control over officers administering the general tax laws of this
state, and reporting to the legislature thereon, and empowered in certain
cases to review assessment rolls and to correct the same or to add thereto,
and to provide for the assessment and taxation of property omitted from
the assessment rolls:
introduced by Mr. Moore, February 20, and referred to committee on

taxation
420. A bill to provide for the payment by the state of the expenses incurred by

the county of Ingham in the indictment and prosecution of certain state
officers and employes for malfeasance and misfeasance in office and for
bribing or attempting to bribe certain officers and employes, and for
aiding and abetting in the commission of such offenses:

introduced by Mr. Robson, February 20, and tabled..

taken up: February 25, and referred to committee on judiciary
421. A bill to amend sections 8 and 20 of act No. 313 of the public acts of 1887,

entitled “An act to provide for the taxation and regulation of the business
of manufacturing, selling; keeping for sale, furnishing, giving or de-
livering spirituous and intoxicating liquors, and malt, brewed or fermented
liquors and rinous liquors in this state, and to repeal all acts or parts of
acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act," being sections 5380 and
5398 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Robson (by request), February 20, and referred to

committee on liquor traffic.
422. A bill to provide for the payment by the state of the expenses of prosecuting

state officers and employes for malfeasance or misfeasance in office, or for
bribing or attempting to bribe any such officer or employe, or for aiding
or abetting in the commission of any such offense:

introduced by Mr. Robson, February 20, and tabled..
423. A bill to authorize the board of state auditors to sell lots No. 13, 14 and

15, and buildings thereon, of the sub-division of the east one-half of block
115 of the city of Lansing, Michigan:

introduced by Mr. Robson, February 20, and tabled.
424. A bill to establish and create a municipal court for the city of Lansing and

repealing those sections of the city charter of said city, whereby the office
(offices) of justice of the peace is (are) created:

introduced by Mr. Robson, February 20, and tabled.
425. A bill to provide for the punishment of husbands who desert and abandon

their wives and children without legal cause or provocation:
introduced by Mr. Robson (by request), February 20, and referred to

committee on state affairs
426. A bill to prohibit the sale, giving away or furnishing of intoxicating liquors

in any building owned, controlled or supported in whole or in part by the
people of the state of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Robson (by request), February 20, and referred to

committee on liquor traffic..
427. A bill to detach certain territory or property from the corporate limits of

the village of Orion, Oakland county, Michigan, and to attach the same to
the township of Orion, Oakland county, Michigan :
introduced by Mr. Nims (by request), February 20, and referred to

committee on cities and villages.
428. A bill to provide for the appointment of receivers for corporations organized

and doing an insurance business under the laws of this state, and for
winding up the affairs of such corporations:

introduced by Mr. Atwood, February 20, and tabled.

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429. A bill to regulate the business of casualty insurance in this state:
introduced by Mr. Atwood, February 20, and tabled..

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430. A bill to regulate the business of life insurance in this state:
introduced by Mr. Atwood, February 20, and tabled..

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taken up, April 8, and referred to committee on insurance

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431. A bill to regulate the business of life insurance in this state:
introduced by Mr. Atwood, February 20, and tabled.

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432. A bill to arrend act 187 of the laws of 1887, entitled "An act to revise the

law's providing for the incorporation of co-operative and mutual benefit
associations, and to define the powers and duties and regulate the trans-
actions of the business of all such corporations and associations doing
business within this state," by adding another section thereto, to be
known as section 33:
introduced by Mr. Atwood, February 20, and tabled..

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433. A bill to prohibit the writing of tontine life insurance in this state:
introduced by Mr. Atwood (by request), February 20, and tabled.

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434. A bill to provide for the establishment, control and management of a re-

formatory for inebriates and home for pauper inebriates, commitments
thereto and detention therein:
introduced by Mr. Loeser, February 20, and referred to committee on
state affairs

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435. A joint resolution to amend the constitution of this state by restoring

former Section 47, article 4, legislative department, which forbids the
grant of license for the sale of intoxicating liquors:
introduced by Mr. Humphrey, February 20, and referred to committee
on constitutional amendments.

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436. A bill to authorize and empower the township of Paw Paw, in the county

of Van Buren and state of Michigan, to borrow money and issue bonds
therefor, not to exceed $50,000 to be used in the purchase of a site for the
erection of public buildings or for any other public improvements in said
township of Paw Paw:
introduced by Mr. Humphrey, February 20, and tabled..

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taken up, March ll, and referred to committee on cities and villages. 644
reported substituted, March 13, rules suspended, passed, given imme-
diate effect and transmitted...

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returned, March 14, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-
tion to the governor'.

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announcement of presentation to governor', March 15.

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approved, March 18.

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437. A bill to amend sections 1. 2. 3 and 4 of act No. 46 of the public acts of 1869,

entitled “An act to prohibit, discourage and punish prize fighting within
the state of Michigan," approved March 22, 1869, being compiler's sections
11732-5 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Humphrey, February 20, and tabled...

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taken up, April 8, and referred to committee on religious and benevolent
societies

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reported substituted, April 10, and print for committee (file No. 165). 1012
reported favorably, April 10, and placed on the general order.

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considered in committee of whole. April 17, and ordered to third reading. 1112
passed, April 17, and transmitted.

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returned non-concurred in, May 30.

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438. A bill to amend section 3 of act No. 28 of the public acts of 1895, entitled

"An act to provide for the management and control and for the extension
of the usefulness of the state library':''
introduced by Mr. Goodell, February 20, and referred to committee on
state library

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reported favorably, April 16, and referred to committee on finance and
appropriations

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reported amended, title amended, April 17, and placed on the general
order (file No. 175)..

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considered in committee of whole, April 22, and ordered to third reading 1157
passed, April 23, and transmitted..

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returned amended, May 15, concurred in, and referred to secretary for
printing and presentation to governor'.

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announcement of presentation to governor, May 21.

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approved, May 31..

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439. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 425, local acts of 1995, approved May

21, 1895, entitled "An act to provide for and fix and limit the compensa-
tion and to prescribe the duties of certain officers and employes of the
county of Wayne:"
introduced by Mr. Goodell, February 20, and tabled.

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taken up, April 22, and referred to committee on judiciary.

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440. A bill requiring railroad companies doing business in this state to provide

switching facilities and regulating the charge for same, also regulating the
route of freight and a division of freight rates, and to provide for the
furnishing of equipment and cars necessary to handle any and all freight:
introduced by Mr. Goodell, February 20, and tabled.

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taken up, March 26, and referred to committee on railroads.

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441. A bill to prohibit the manufacture, sale or use of slot machines:
introduced by Mr. Goodell, February 20, and tabled.

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taken up, April 18, and referred to committee on agricultural interests. 1121
442. A bill to detach certain territory from the township of Ecorse, in the county

of Wayne, and attach the same to the city of Wyandotte, and to divide
said city into four wards:
introduced by Mr. Goodell, February 20, and referred to committee on
counties and townships...

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443. A joint resolution of the senate and house of representatives of the state

of Michigan making application to the congress of the United States,
under article 5 of the constitution, for the submission of an amendment to
said constitution making United States senators elective in the several
states, by popular vote:
introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 20, and referred to committee on
constitutional amendments

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reported favorably, April 4, and placed on the general order (file No.
154)

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considered in committee of whole, April 8, and ordered to third reading. 981
passed, April 9, and transmitted.

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returned, May 8, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-
tion to the governor'..

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444. A bill to establish and regulate classifications and rates for the carrying

of freight on all railroads in the state of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 20, and tabled.

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445. A bill to detach certain territory from the township of Springfield, in the

county of Kalkaska, state of Michigan, and to attach the same to the
township of Garfield in said county:
introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 20, and referred to committee on
counties and townships

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reported favorably, March 14, rules suspended, passed, given immediate
effect and transmitted ..

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returned, March 14, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-
tion to the governor.

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announcement of presentation to governor, March 20.

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approved, March 28.

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446. A bill to vacate the township of Glade, in the county of Kalkaska, Michi-

gan, and to incorporate the territory comprised therein in the township
of Garfield, in the county of Kalkaska, Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 20, and referred to committee on
counties and townships

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reported favorably, March 14, rules suspended, passed, given immediate
effect and transmitted..

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returned, March 14, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-
tion to the governor.

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announcement of presentation to governor, March 20.

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approved, March 28.

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447. A bill to detach certain territory from the townships of Clearwater and

Rapid River, in the county of Kalkaska, state of Michigan, and to attach
the same to the township of Kalkaska, in, said county:

introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 20, and tabled.
448. A bill to provide for the assessment and levy of taxes upon the property

and franchises of railroad, union station and depot companies and the col-
lection thereof, and the designation and election of a state board of as-
sessors to make such assessments and levy, defining the duties of such
board and the compensation of the members thereof; also to provide for
the designation and election of a state board of review and equalization, de-
fining the duties of such board and compensation of its members, the dis-
position of such taxes when so collected, and to repeal all acts or parts of
acts in anywise inconsistent with or contravening any of the provisions
of this act:

introduced by Mr. Lockerby, February 20, and tabled..
449. A bill requiring the accounts for traveling and other necessary expenses of

all state officers and employes which are incurred while in the performance
of their respective official duties be made out, allowed, audited and paid on
the mileage and per diem basis, excepting such cases where special ar-
rangements are made between some state board and the officer or employe
whereby a saving to the state will accrue by making an exception to the
method prescribed in this act:

introduced by Mr. Farr, February 20, and tabled...
450. A bill to amend sections 19 and 28 of act No. 186 of the public acts of 1897,

approved May 29, 1897, being compiler's sections 254 and 263 of the compiled
laws of 1897, entitled "An act defining the limits of the judicial circuits
of the state of Michigan,” as amended by act No. 15 of the public acts of
1899, approved March 8, 1899, and to add a new section to said act to be
known as section 37, and to create a new judicial circuit:
introduced by Mr. Farr, February 20, and referred to committee on

judiciary
reported substituted, May 27, and placed on the general order.
committee of whole discharged, May 28, rules suspended, passed and

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

tion to the governor. .
announcement of presentation to governor, June 6.

approved, June 6..
451. A bill to amend act No. 183 of the public acts of 1897, approved May 29,

1897, being compiler's chapter 28 of the compiled laws of 1897, entitled
“An act to provide for the appointment and to fix the term of office, duties
and compensation of circuit court stenographers in the state of Michigan,"
as amended by act number 21, public acts of 1899, approved March 20,
1899, and by act No. 112, public acts of 1899, approved June 9, 1899, by
adding a new section to stand between sections 18a and 49 of said act, to
be known as section 48b:
introduced by Mr. Farr, February 20, and referred to committee on

judiciary
452. A bill to authorize the erection, building and maintaining of a dam across

Grand river in the city of Grand Rapids, near Pearl street, so called, in
said city, and to improve the water power of Grand river along the rapids
of said river in said city of Grand Rapids:

introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and tabled..
453. A bill to abolish political caucuses and conventions and to provide for

political nominations by direct vote:

introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and tabled.
454. A bill to amend the charter of the city of Grand Rapids:

introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and tabled...
455. A bill authorizing courts of the state of Michigan to impose indeterminate

sentences as a punishment for crime and to provide for the parole and
return to prison of persons imprisoned on such sentences:

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introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and tabled.
taken up, March 13, and referred to committee on judiciary.

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456. A bill to amend sections 65 and 66 of act No. 206 of the public acts of 1893,

entitled "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
delinquent 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
contravening any of the provisions of this act;" approved June 1. 1893, as
amended by the several acts amendatory thereof:

introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and tabled..
457. A bill providing for the improvement of the water power in Grand river

within the city of Grand Rapids:

introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and tabled..

taken up, May 28, and referred to committee on cities and villages..
458. A bill to limit the review of cases at law and in equity:

introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and tabled.
459. A bill to provide for the maintenance and management of a public library

and similar institutions in the city of Grand Rapids:

introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and tabled.
460. A bill to amend act No. 118 of the public acts of 1899, entitled "An act to

amend section 34 of act 136 of the session laws of 1869, entitled 'An act
relative to the organization and powers of fire and marine insurance com-
panies transacting business within this state, being section 4301 of
Howell's Annotated Statutes, and section 7257 of the compiled laws of
1897:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and referred to committee on

insurance
reported favorably, March 26, and placed on the general order (file No.

135)
considered in committee of whole, April 3, and ordered to third reading.
passed, April 3, and transmitted.

returned non-concurred in, May 30.
461. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the constitution relative to

the compensation of the members of the legislature:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and referred to committee on

constitutional amendments
reported favorably, May 28, and placed on the general order without

printing
462. A bill to prohibit the maintenance of saloons where intoxicanting liquors

are kept for sale at retail within 500 feet of any church or school house:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 20, and referred to committee on

religious and benevolent societies.
reported favorably, March 12, and placed on the general order (file No.

95)
committee of whole discharged, March 18, and tabled.
taken up, March 19, and recommitted to committee on religious and

benevolent societies
463. A bill to amend act No. 131 of the public acts of 1875, entitled "An act to

provide for the safe keeping of public moneys," approved April 27, 1875,
being sections 1197, 1198; 1199, 1200, 1201, ,1202, 1203 and 1204 of the
compiled laws of 1897, by the addition of sections 9 and 10 thereto:

introduced by Mr. Sovereign, February 20, and tabled...
464. A joint resolution authorizing and directing the board of auditors of the

state of Michigan to pay freights upon exhibits of the state of Michigan
to be sent to the South Carolina and West Indian exposition to be held
1901 and 1902 at Charleston, South Carolina, and to authorize the com-
missioner to dispose of the exhibits:
introduced by Mr. Schumaker, February 20, and referred to committee on

state affairs

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