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violations of its provisions, and to provide for the printing upon elec-
tion ballots the names of candidates nominated under the terms of
this act, and to repeal act No. 4 of the public acts of the extra
session of 1907, and all local primary election acts contravening the
provisions of this act, except as in this act otherwise provided :"
introduced by Mr. Mapes, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on elections

901
announcement of printing (file No. 375)

932
402. A bill to amend sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 of act No. 164

of the laws of 1869, entitled “An act to define certain offenses affect-
ing railroads, and to provide punishment for the same,” as amended
and enlarged by act No. 168 of the laws of 1871, and by act No.
93 of the public acts of 1875, and by act No. 146 of the public acts
of 1881, and to add three new sections thereto to stand as sections
11, 12 and 13:
introduced by Mr. F. D. Scott, ordered printed and referred to
the committee on railroads

901
announcement of printing (file No. 377)

932
reported favorably with amendments, amendments concurred in
and placed on the general order

1044
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the or-
der of third reading

1141
read third time and passed, transmitted

1165-6
403. A bill to compel the use of Michigan mined bituminous coal in all

state institutions within this state:
introduced by Mr. Collins, ordered printed and referred to the-
committee on state affairs.

901
announcement of printing (file No. 378)

932
reported without recommendation; on motion, placed on the gen-
eral order

1235
considered in committee of the whole and laid on the table.. 1311
404. A bill to provide for the enforcement of public order upon interurban

cars within this state, and to define certain offenses against the
same, and provide a punishment for violation thereof:
introduced by Mr. F. D. Scott, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on railroads...

901
announcement of printing (file No. 379).

932
reported favoraby and placed on the general order

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

1061
read third time and passed, transmitted

..1109-10
405. A bill to authorize parties litigant, when they call as witnesses in

their behalf, the opposite party, employe or agent, or former em-
ploye or agent of such party, to cross-examine such witnesses: pro-
viding that no party shall be bound by their answers, and that the
witness fees and mileage of such witnesses shall not be taxable
as costs:
introduced by Mr. Mapes, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on judiciary

902
announcement of printing (file No. 380)

932
406. A bill to authorize guardians of mentally incompetent persons, spend-

thrifts, or habitual drunkards to convey lands in pursuance of con-
tracts executed prior to the guardianship of such persons:
introduced by Mr. Vanderwerp, ordered printed and referred to
the committee on judiciary

902
announcement of printing (file No. 381)

932
reported favorably and placed on the general order..

1009
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order
of third reading

1071
read third time and passed, transmitted

1111
returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor

1518
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 117)

1531
approved

1542

407. A bill to provide for the management and control of the military

museum and old battle flags:
introduced by Mr. Leidlein, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on military affairs...

902
announcement of printing (file No. 382)

932
reported favorably with amendments, amendments concurred in
and placed on the general order

946-7
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the or-
der of third reading

1036
read third time and passed, given immediate effect, transmitted 1107-8
returned amended, Senate concurred and bill was referred for
printing and presentation to the governor.

1506-7
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 121)

1531
approved ...

1542
408. A bill declaring valid sales of real estate made by executors, admin-

istrators or guardians under license of the probate court, pursuant
to the provisions of chapter 243 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Vanderwerp, ordered printed and referred to
the committee on judiciary

922
announcement of printing (file No. 383).

932
reported favorably and placed on the general order

974
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the or-
der of third reading

1070
read third time and passed, transmitted

1109
returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor

1518
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 119).

1531
approved

1543
409. A bill to amend section 2 of act No. 158 of the public acts of 1897, en-

titled “An act to provide for the preservation and perpetuation of
the bills and resolutions passed by the legislature," the same be-
ing section 40 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Vanderwerp, ordered printed and referred to
the committee on printing

922
announcement of printing (file No. 384)

932
reported favorably with amendments, amendments concurred in
and placed on the general order

949
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the or-
der of third reading

1036
read third time and passed, given immediate effect, transmitted... 1107
returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor.

1449
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 108)
approved

1541
410. A bill to regulate the employment of convicts and prisoners in the

penal and reformatory institutions of the state of Michigan, and pro-
viding for the disposition of the products of their skill and industry:
introduced by Mr. Fowle, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on state affiairs

934
announcement of printing (file No. 386)

996
411. A bill to provide for the incorporation of colleges:

introduced by Mr. Watkins, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on banks and corporations

934
announcement of printing (file No. 387).

996
reported favorably and placed on the general order.

949
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the or-
der of third reading

1059
read third time and passed, transmitted

1117
returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor

1510
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 123)

1531
approved

1542
412. A bill to amend section 25 of act No. 207 of the public acts of 1889,

entitled “An act to prohibit the manufacture, sale, keeping for sale,

1530.

giving away or furnishing of vinous, malt, brewed, fermented, spir-
ituous or intoxicating liquors, or any mixed liquor or beverage
any part of which is intoxicating, and to prohibit the keeping of any
saloon or any other place for the manufacture, sale, storing for sale,
giving away or furnishing of such liquors or beverages, and to sus-
pend the general laws of the state relating to the taxation and regula-
tion of the manufacture and sale of such liquors in the several coun-
ties of this state under certain circumstances, to authorize the qual.
ified electors of the several counties of this state, to express their
will in regard to such prohibition by an election, and to authorize
and empower the boards of supervisors of the several counties, after
such election, if they shall determine the result to be in favor
of such prohibition, to prohibit the manufacture, sale, keeping for
sale, giving away or furnishing of any such liquor, or the keeping
of a saloon or any other place for the manufacture, sale, storing
for sale, giving away or furnishing of the same in their respective
counties, and to provide for penalties and rights of action in case
of its violation," as last amended by act No. 107 of the public acts
of 1909, approved May 19, 1909:
introduced by Mr. Foster, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on liquor traffic

935 announcement of printing (file No. 388)

996 413. A bill to amend section 15 of chapter 150 of the revised statutes of

1846, entitled “Of the fees of certain officers," as amended, the same
being section 11226 of the compiled laws of 1897; relative to fees
of justices of the peace in civil cases:
introduced by Mr, Walter, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on judiciary

935 announcement of printing (file No. 389)

996 414. A bill to prevent the manufacture, sale, furnishing or using of devices

of sizes similar to United States coins, and placing the same in re-
ceptacles intended for the receipt or deposit of coins, and to provide
a penalty therefor:
introduced by Mr. Putney, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on state affairs

935 announcement of printing (file No. 390).

996 reported without recommendation, and on motion bill was placed on the general order ..

1180 considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments concurred in and bill placed on the order of third reading

1230 read third time, amended, passed, title amended to read as fol

lows:
A bill to prevent the manufacture, sale, furnishing or using of

devices of sizes similar to United States coins, for the purpose
of obtaining anything of value from any box, receptacle, deposi-
tory or other contrivance; and placing the same in receptacles
intended for the receipt or deposit of coins, and to provide a

penalty therefor:
and transmitted

1240-1 415. A bill to amend section 12 of act No. 232 of the public acts of 1903,

entitled "An act to revise and consolidate the laws providing for
the incorporation of manufacturing and mercantile companies, or
any union of the two, and for the incorporation of companies for
carrying on any other lawful business, excepting such as are pre-
cluded from organization under this act by its express provisions,
and to prescribe the powers and fix the duties and liabilities of such
corporations," as amended by act No. 194 of the public acts of 1905,
and as further amended by act No. 137 of the public acts of 1907:
introduced by Mr. Moriarty, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on judiciary

935-6 announcement of printing (file No. 391)

996 reported favorably and placed on the general order..

1013 considered in committee of the whole and placed on the order of third reading

1070 read third time and passed, given immediate effect, transmitted 1117 416. A bill to amend the title and sections 1, 3, and 5 of act No. 78 of the

public acts of 1883, as amended, entitled “An act to authorize the
incorporation of manufacturers' fire insurance companies,” being
sections 7317, 7319 and 7321 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Mapes, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on insurance

936 announcement of printing (file No. 392)

996 reported favorably and placed on the general order

1083 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order of third reading

1188 read third time and passed, transmitted

1223 417. A bill to fix the salaries and to define the services of retired school

teachers, and to provide means to meet the same:
introduced by Mr. Mapes, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on education and public schools

936 announcement of printing (file No. 393)'..

996 reported favorably and placed on the general order.

1124 considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments con

curred in and bill placed on the order of third reading. .1189-90 read third time and passed, transmitted

1223 418. A bill to amend sections 14 and 16 of act No. 191 of the public acts

of 1877, entitled "An act to authorize the formation of partnership
associations in which the capital subscribed shall alone be responsi-
ble for the debts of the association, except under certain circum-
stances,” as amended, the same being sections 14 and 16 added
among others to said act by act No. 244 of the public acts of 1903:
introduced by Mr. Lee, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on banks and corporations

936 announcement of printing (file No. 394).

1042 419. A bill to amend section 14 of act No. 146 of the laws of 1857, entitled

“An act to provide for the organization of the supreme court, pur-
suant to section 2 of article 6 of the constitution," approved Febru-
ary 16, 1857, as amended by act No. 182 of the public acts of
1893, the same being compiler's section 186 of the compiled laws
of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Moriarty, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on judiciary

936 announcement of printing (file No. 395)

996 reported favorably and placed on the general order

1078 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order of third reading...

1141 read third time and passed, transmitted

1163 returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and presentation to the governor...

1375 presented to the governor (enrolled No. 46)

1529 vetoed

1546-9 420. A bill to amend section 2 of chapter 169 of the revised statutes of

1846, entitled “Of the fees of officers and ministers of justice in
criminal cases,” being section 12004 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Walter, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on judiciary

936-7 announcement of printing (file No. 396)

1042 421. A bill to amend section 4 of act No. 150 of the public acts of 1893,

entitled "An act to provide for the establishment and maintenance of
a pardoning board, prescribing the powers and duties, and repealing
all acts and parts of acts in conflict therewith,” being section 144
of the compiled laws of 1897, as amended by act No. 239 of the pub-
lic acts of 1903, and as further amended by act No. 264 of the pub-
lic acts of 1907:
introduced by Mr. Moriarty, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on state affairs

953 announcement of printing (file No. 397)

1042 reported favorably and placed on the general order

.1067-8

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

1141 read third time and passed, transmitted

1165 returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and presentation to the governor

1510 presented to the governor (enrolled No. 122)

1531 vetoed ..

1549 422. A bill to amend act No. 134 of the public acts of 1885, entitled "An

act to regulate the practice of pharmacy in the state of Michigan,"
the same being compiler's sections 5303 to 5314, inclusive, of the
compiled laws of 1897, as amended by act No. 332 of the public acts
of 1905, approved June 20, 1905, by adding thereto one new section
to stand as section 34:
introduced by Mr. Foster, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on public health...

953-4 announcement of printing (file No. 398)

996 423. A bill to amend sections 1 and 4 of act No. 157 of the public acts of

1905, entitled "An act to authorize a township or townships to ac-
quire by gift or devise real estate, and to own and control the same
for a free public park or resort; to provide for a board of commis-
sioners therefor, and to authorize said township or townships, by a
limited tax on the property in such township or townships, to main-
tain such park or resort and to make all needful rules and regula-
tions for the control and government of the same:'
introduced by Mr. Foster, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on counties and townships

954 announcement of printing (file No. 399)

996 reported favorably and placed on the general order..

1080-1 considered in committee of the whole, and bill placed on the order of third reading

1188 read third time and passed, transmitted

1222-3 424. A bill to provide for the inspection and to regulate the sale of gaso

line:
introduced by Mr. Newton, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on state affairs

954 announcement of printing (file No. 400)

1042 425. A bill to prohibit the taking or catching of fish by any means or de

vice, other than hook and line, in Duck and Green lakes, or in their
tributaries in the township of Green Lake in Grand Traverse county:
introduced by Mr. Walter, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on fisheries

954 announcement of printing (file No. 401)

1042 reported favorably and placed on the general order

1157 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order of third reading

1229 read third time and passed, transmitted

1238 426. A bill to prevent the killing of deer for a period of five years in the

county of Grand Traverse:
introduced by Mr. Walter, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on gaming interests....

954 announcement of printing (file No. 402)

1042 reported favorably with amendments, amendments concurred in and placed on the general order....

1156-7 considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments concurred in and bill placed on order of third reading..

1230 read third time, passed, title amended to read as follows: A bill to prevent the killing of deer for a period of five years in the

counties of Grand Traverse, Mason, Manistee, Lake, Gladwin,

Clare, Arenac and Midland: and transmitted

1239 427. A bill to regulate the sale of agricultural seeds:

introduced by Mr. Wiggins, ordered printed and referred to the committee on agricultural interests..

954 announcement of printing (file No. 403).

1042

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