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presented to the governor (enrolled No. 104).

approved
291. A bill to amend section 10 of act No. 285 of the public acts of 1909,

entitled "An act to provide for the creation of a department of
labor; to prescribe its powers and duties; to regulate the employ-
ment of labor; make an appropriation for the maintenance of
such department, and to prescribe penalties for the violation of this
act," approved June 2, 1909:
introduced by Mr. Snell, ordered printed and referred to the com-

mittee on labor interests...
announcement of printing (file No. 271)
reported recommending that the bill be referred to the committee

on judiciary
reported, combining with Senate bills 281 and 296.

for further history, see Senate bill No. 281.
292. A bill to regulate the hunting of game with fire-arms, dogs or other-

wise, on certain lands or premises in this state; to provide penalties
for the violation of the provisions hereof; and to repeal act No. 199
of the public acts of 1877:
introduced by Mr. Watkins and referred to the committee on gam-

ing interests
announcement of printing (file No. 281).
reported favorably, ordered printed, and placed on the general

order
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order

of third reading

read third time and passed, transmitted.
293. A bill to authorize the Michigan dairymen's association to hold an

annual meeting and such auxiliary meetings as may be determined
by the association, and making an appropriation therefor:
introduced by Mr. Watkins and referred to the committee on agri-

cultural interests
announcement of printing (file No. 385)
reported favorably, ordered printed and referred to the committee

on finance and appropriations...
reported favorably and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order

of third reading

read third time and passed, transmitted.
294. Concurrent resolution proposing an amendment to section 13 of article

2 of the constitution of this state, relative to the verdicts of juries
in civil cases in courts of record:
introduced by Mr. White, ordered printed and referred to the

committee on constitutional amendments..
announcement of printing (file No. 272).
reported favorably, with amendments, amendments concurred in,

and placed on the general order...
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order

605 932

895

971

1035 1106

605 670

757 vetoed

of third reading

read third time and passed, transmitted .
295. A bill to create and establish a state law library and provide for its

management, control and maintenance:
introduced by Mr. White, ordered printed and referred to the

committee on judiciary
announcement of printing (file No. 273)
reported favorably and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments con-

curred in, and bill placed on the order of third reading.
read third time, and pending vote thereon, the bill was laid on

the table
taken from table, passed, transmitted.
returned concurred in, and bill was referred for printing and

presentation to the governor..
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 78).

879 906-7

605 670 1126

1190

1224 1278

1491 1530

1545 296. A bill to amend section 9 of act No. 285 of the public acts of 1909,

entitled "An act to provide for the creation of a department of
labor; to prescribe its powers and duties; to regulate the employ-
ment of labor; to make an appropriation for the maintenance of
such department, and to prescribe penalties for the violation of this
act," approved June 2, 1909:
introduced by Mr. White, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on labor interests

605 announcement of printing (file No. 274)

670 reported recommending reference to the committee on judiciary. 825 reported, combining with Senate bills Nos. 281 and 291 in a substitute

845-9 for further history, see Senate bill No. 281. 297. A bill authorizing the employment and appointment of agents, repre

sentatives or assistants to make investigations and secure informa-
tion necessary for the enforcement of the laws of this state:
introduced by Mr. Newton, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on state affairs....

605 announcement of printing (file No. 275).

605 reported favorably and placed on the general order.

761-2 considered in committee of the whole and re-referred to committee on state affairs

915 reported favorably and placed on the general order..

1046 considered in committee of the whole, substituted with same title,

substitute concurred in, and bill placed on the order of third
reading

1142 read third time and passed, transmitted.

1165 298. A bill to amend section 12 of act No. 257 of the public acts of 1905,

entitled “An act to revise and amend the laws for the protection of
game and birds," approved June 16, 1905:
introduced by Mr. Barnaby and referred to the committee on
gaming interests

620 299. A bill to provide for the payment and reimbursement by counties,

upon application therefor, of expenses incurred in the burial of the
bodies of army nurses, honorably discharged soldiers, sailors or
marines, or the wives or widows of said soldiers, sailors or marines,
and to repeal act No. 252 of the public acts of 1909:
introduced by Mr. Leidlein and referred to the committee on coun-
ties and townships

620 300. A bill to authorize the board of regents to establish a course of in

struction in embalming at the university of Michigan, and making
appropriation therefor:
introduced by Mr. Kingman and referred to the committee on uni-
versity

620-21 announcement of printing (file No 332).

791 reported favorably and referred to the committee on finance and appropriations

724 301. A bill to amend section 7 of act No. 279 of the public acts of 1909,

entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation of cities and for
changing their boundaries,” approved June 2, 1909:
introduced by Mr. Conley and referred to the committee on cities
and villages

621 302. A bill to provide for the payment of certain costs on ppeal in crim

inal cases in courts of record:
introduced by Mr. Wiggins, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on judiciary

621 announcement of printing (file No. 278).

670 303. A bill relative to proceedings against and the liquidation of delinquent

insurance companies:
introduced by Mr. James, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on insurance

621 announcement of printing (file No. 279).

670 reported favorably and placed on the general order.

724 considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments con

curred in, and bill placed on the order of third reading... 775 read third time and passed, transmitted...

819 returned concurred in, and bill was referred for printing and presentation to the governor....

1507-8 presented to the governor (enrolled No. 129)

1531 approved

1539 304. A bill to provide for general supervision of the high schools of the

state:
introduced by Mr. Watkins and referred to the committee on
education and public schools...

621
reported favorably, ordered printed and placed on the general
order

722 announcement of printing (file No. 315).

790 considered in committee of the whole and leave granted to sit again

914 considered in committee of the whole and all after enacting clause stricken out

958 305. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 291 of the public acts of 1907,

entitled “An act to provide for the payment for overtime of convicts
engaged in manufacturing on public account:"
introduced by Mr. Watkins and referred to the committee on
labor interests

621 announcement of printing (file No. 405).

1042 reported favorably, ordered printed, and placed on the general order

973 considered in committee of the whole and placed on the order of third reading

1059 read third time and passed, transmitted.

1158 returned concurred in, and bill was referred for printing and presentation to the governor..

1515 presented to the governor (enrolled No. 137)

1531 approved

1541 306. A bill to provide for the regulation and inspection of analyses and

other tests of sugar beets, and to provide compensation for making
such tests:
introduced by Mr. Rosenkrans, 500 extra copies ordered printed,
and referred to the committee on agricultural interests....

621 announcement of printing (file No. 280)...

670 reported favorably and placed on the general order.

975 considered in committee of the whole and made special order for April 11 ...

1071-2 considered in committee of the whole, in special order, and rereferred to the committee on agricultural interests. ...

1136-7 reported substituted, with new title, as follows: A bill concerning state inspection of the appliances, methods and

work employed in sugar beet laboratories in Michigan; substitute agreed to, and placed on the general order....

1151-2 considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments concurred in, and placed on the order of third reading...

.1229-30 read third time, not passed, motion to reconsider vote, lost.

1241 307. A bill to fix the salaries of certain township officers:

introduced by Mr. Barnaby, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on counties and townships.

643 announcement of printing (file No. 282)

670 reported substitute with new title, substitute agreed to and re

ferred to the committee of the whole and placed on the general
order

892
the following is the substitute title:
A bill to fix the salary of supervisors, members of township

boards, boards of registration, and boards of inspectors and
clerks of election

892
considered in committee of the whole and placed on the order of
third reading

961

read third time and passed, transmitted...

989
308. A bill to amend sections 1 and 5 of act No. 3 of the public acts of

1885, entitled "An act for the formation of corporations for the cul-
tivation of art,” the same being compiler's sections 8226 and 8230
of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Mapes, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on religious and benevolent societies.

643
announcement of printing (file No. 283)....

670
reported favorably and placed on the general order..

728
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order
of third reading

913
read third time and passed, transmitted.

924
returned concurred in, and bill was referred for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor...

1412
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 71)

1530
approved

1534
309. A bill to provide for the manner of posting official notices in town-

ships, and for the erection and maintaining by townships bill
boards to be used for the posting thereon of such notices:
introduced by Mr. Foster, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on counties and townships...

643
announcement of printing (file No. 284)

670
reported favorably and placed on the general order.

948-9
considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments con-
curred in, and bill placed on the order of third reading...

1062
read third time, and pending the vote thereon, was laid on the
table

1066
taken from table, amended, passed, transmitted.

1112
310. A bill to authorize the incorporation of shoe dealers' mutual fire insur-

ance compa es:
introduced by Mr. Cartier, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on insurance

643
announcement of printing (file No. 285)

670
reported favorably and placed on the general order..

895
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order
of third reading

990
read third time and passed, transmitted..

1031-2
returned concurred in, and bill was referred for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor.

1507
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 128)

1531
approved

1538
311. A bill to amend sections 3 and 4 of act No. 71 of the public acts of

1897, entitled “An act in relation to the manufacture and sale of
vinegar, and to repeal act No. 224 of the public acts of 1889, ap-
proved July 1, 1889, being compiler's sections 5005 and 5006 of the
compiled laws of 1897:"
introduced by Mr. Moriarty, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on public health..

643
announcement of printing (file No. 286).

670
reported favorably and placed on the general order.

751-2
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order
of third reading

879
read third time and passed, transmitted.

905
312. A bill to amend section 13 of act No. 193 of the public acts of 1895,

entitled “An act to prohibit and prevent adulteration, fraud and
deception in the manufacture and sale of articles of food and
drink,” being compiler's section 5022 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Moriarty, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on public health...

644
announcement of printing (file No. 287)

670
reported favorably and placed on the general order.

752
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order
of third reading ....

990
read third time, amended, passed, transmitted.

1030

644

313. A bill to prevent the adulteration of candies and to regulate the sale

thereof:
introduced by Mr. Moriarty, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on public health...

644 announcement of printing (file No. 288).

670 reported favorably and placed on the general order.

752 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order of third reading

879 read third time and passed, transmitted..

905-6 returned concurred in, and bill was referred for printing and presentation to the governor.

1450 presented to the governor (enrolled No. 105)

1530 approved

1539 314. A bill to amend section 5 of act No. 208 of the public acts of 1909,

entitled “An act to establish uniform weights and measures of the
various products of cereals in barrels, or the fractional parts there-
of, when packed for sale or exposed for sale to firms or persons
within this state, and to provide for the marking of the weight on
packages of the products of such cereals:”
introduced by Mr. Moriarty, ordered printed and referred to the

committee on public health...
announcement of printing (file No. 289).

670 reported favorably and placed on the general order.

751 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order of third reading

866-7 read third time and passed, transmitted.

904-5 315. A bill to amend section 9 of act No. 205 of the public acts of 1887,

entitled “An act to revise the laws authorizing the business of bank-
ing, and to establish a banking department for the supervision of
such business," being compiler's section 6098 of the compiled laws
of 1897:
introduced by Mr. F. D. Scott and referred to the committee on
judiciary

644 316. A bill to provide for the inspection of commercial feeding stuffs and

to regulate the sale thereof:
introduced by Mr. Watkins and referred to the committee on agri-
cultural interests

644 announcement of printing (file No. 406)

1042 reported favorably, ordered printed and placed on the general order

976 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order of third reading

1118 read third time and passed, transmitted.

1160-1 317. A bill to provide for the appointment of a commission of five citizens

of the state of Michigan to make an investigation into the subject
of farm colonies, and to report their findings to the next session
of the legislature with recommendations regarding the establish-
ment of a farm colony within the state of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. G. G. Scott, ordered printed and referred to
the committee on state affairs...

644 announcement of printing (file No. 290).

670 reported favorably and placed on the general order..

969 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order of third reading

1070 read third time and passed, transmitted.

1072-3 318. A bill to amend section 25 of act No. 300 of the public acts of 1909,

entitled "An act to define and regulate common carriers and the re-
ceiving, transportation and delivery of persons and property, pre-
vent the imposition of unreasonable rates, prevent unjust discrim-
ination, insure adequate service, create the Michigan railroad com-
mission, define the powers and duties thereof, and to prescribe
penalties for violations hereof:"
introduced by Mr. F. D. Scott, ordered printed and referred to

the committee on judiciary..

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