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session laws of 1871,' approved March 29, 1871, being compiler's Sec.
2290, relative to corporate rights of trust, deposit and security com-
panies:"
introduced by Mr. Edgar; referred to committee on private corpora-
tions Jan. 18

1+5
reported; general order Feb. 9..

356
file No. 56.

committee of whole; referred to committee on Judiciary March 11.. 1091
reported; tabled May 28

2615
46. A bill to amend Sec. 21 of Chap. 3 of act No. 164 of the public acts for

the year 1881, approved May 21, 1881, entitled “An act to revise and
consolidate the laws relating to public instruction in primary schools,
and to repeal all statutes and acts contravening the provisions of this
act," as amended by act No. 16 of session laws of 1895, approved March
8, 1895, entitled "An act to amend Sec. 17 and Sec. 20 of Chap. 2, Sec. 2
of Chap. 3, and Sec. 11 of Chap. 11, of act No. 164 of the public acts
of 1881, beings Secs. 5019, 5052, 5073 and 5146 of Howell's annotated
statutes, entitled 'An act to revise and consolidate the laws relating to
public instruction in primary schools, and to repeal all statutes and
acts contravening the provisions of this act,'” as amended by act No.
258 of the public acts of 1895:
introduced by Mr. Kimmis; referred to committee on education Jan.
18 ......

148
47. A bill making an appropriation for the current and running expenses of

the Central Michigan Normal School until the general appropriation
for that purpose shall be available:
introduced by Mr. Kimmis; passed; immediate effect; transmitted
Jan. 19

154
returned; referred for enrollment Jan. 22.

195
reported enrolled Jan. 26..

222
approved Jan. 28

241
48. A bill to compel the coloring of oleomargarine and other substitutes for

butter:
introduced by Mr. Bricker; referred to committee on agriculture
Jan. 19

155
reported; tabled May 28.
'49. A bill to provide for the incorporation of grand and subordinate courts

of the Foresters of America of the State of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Peters; passed; immediate effect; transmitted Jan.
19

155
returned; referred for enrollment Jan. 20.

167
reported enrolled Jan. 21. ...

179
50. A bill authorizing circuit judges and justices of the peace to sentence

to the county jail at hard labor persons convicted of petit larceny,
drunkenness, vagrancy, disorderly conduct, or any offense mentioned
in Chap. 51 of Howell's annotated statutes and the amendments
thereto:
introduced by Mr. Oberdorffer; referred to committee on judiciary
Jan. 19 ..

156
51. A bill to provide for the committing of pauper insane persons to the

Kent county insane asylum, and for the transfer of such persons to
the State asylum and from the State asylum to the said county asylum,
and to provide for the support and maintenance of such insane persons:
introduced by Mr. Graham; referred to committee on State affairs
Jan. 19

136
reported; general order Feb. 8.

341
file No. 53.
committee of whole; third reading March 1.

836
passed; transmitted March 2.

853
returned; referred for enrollment April 16.

1669
reported enrolled April 19.

1701
Approved April 20

1712

155

163

52. A bill to amend act No. 108, session laws of 1895, entitled "An act to

prevent the spreading .of bush, vine and fruit tree pests, such as can-
ker-worm and other insects, and fungus and contagious diseases, and
to provide for their extirpation;"
introduced by Mr. Graham; passed; immediate effect; transmitted
Jan. 19

156
returned; referred for enrollment Jan. 22.

194
reported enrolled Jan. 26.....

222
approved Jan. 28

241
53. A bill to amend Sec. 1 of act No. 95 of the public acts of 1895, approved

April 26, 1895, entitled "An act to provide for the compulsory educa-
tion of children, for the punishment of truancy, and to repeal all acts or
parts of acts conflicting with the provisions of the same:"
introduced by Mr. Donovan; referred to committee on education Jan.
19

157
reported; general order Feb. 17.

491
file No. 80.
committee of whole; third reading March 22.

.1272
passed; transmitted March 23...

1298
returned amended; not concurred in April 1.

1471
returned; conference report concurred in; referred for enrollment
May 4...

1947
reported enrolled May 4.

1964
approved May 14

2177
54. A bill to amend the title and Sec. 1 of "An act to regulate the taking and

catching of fish in the inland lakes of this State," as amended by act
No. 186 of the session laws of 1893:
introduced by Mr. Goodell; referred to committee on fisheries and

game Jan. 19..
reported; tabled May 28.

2558
55. A bill to amend Sec. 12 of act No. 152 of the public acts of 1891, entitled

"An act to amend Secs. 1, 8, 9, 12 and 15 of act No. 276 of the public
acts of 1889, entitled 'An act for the protection of game:
introduced by Mr. Fleischhauer; referred to committee on fisheries
and game Jan. 20

169
reported; tabled May 28

2558
56. A bill to protect fish and to regulate fishing in the waters of this State,

by providing close seasons for certain kinds of fish, and to repeal incon-
sistent acts:
introduced by Mr. Fleischhauer; referred to committee on fisheries
and game Jan. 20

170
reported substitute; general order Apr. 8.

1534
file No. 333.
committee of whole discharged; not passed; reconsidered; general
order April 16 .

1678
committee of whole; third reading April 19

1685
passed; immediate effect; transmitted April 20.

1721
returned May 31..

2713
57. A bill to authorize the boards of supervisors of Lake and Osceola counties

to permit spearing suckers and grass pike in said counties:
introduced by Mr. Fleischhauer; referred to committee on fisheries
and game Jan. 20....

170
reported; tabled May 28.
58. A bill to prevent deception in the manufacture and sale of imitation

butter:
introduced by Mr. Camburn; referred to committee on agriculture
Jan. 20

170
reported; tabled May 28.
59. A bill to legalize certain bonds of the county of Mecosta:

introduced by Mr. Reed; passed; immediate effect; transmitted Jan.
20.

170
returned; referred for enrollment Jan. 21.
reported enrolled Jan. 22.

192
approved Jan. 25..

2558

184

209

171
1851

2169
2205
2460
2505

171
178

281

171
538
1623

60. A bill to amend Sec. 131 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 collection of taxes heretofore and
hereafter levied; making such taxes a lien on the lands taxed, estab-
lishing 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:"
introduced by Mr. Reed; referred to the committee on general taxa-

tion Jan. 20.
reported; general order April 28...
file No. 427.
committee of whole; third reading May 14.
passed; transmitted May 18..
returned; referred for enrollment May 26.

reported enrolled May 27..
61. A bill to provide fans and blowers in all workshops or establishments

where emery wheels or wheels composed partly of emery or buffing
wheels or emery belts are used:

introduced by Mr. Eikhoff; referred to committee on labor Jan. 20.
reported; general order Jan. 21.....
file No. 5.

committee of whole; recommitteed Feb. 2.
62. A bill making an appropriation for Michigan Soldiers' Home, 1897 and

1898:
introduced by Mr. Hammond; referred to the committee on Soldiers'

Home Jan. 20
reported, ways and means, Feb. 18.
reported; general order April 14...
file No. 356.
committee of whole; third reading April 22:.
passed; immediate effect; transmitted April 23.
returned; referred for enrollment May 11.
reported enrolled May 11.

approved May 14
63. A bill to amend Sec. 364 of Chap. 10 of the compiled laws of 1857, and

acts amendatory thereto, the same being Sec. 502 of Howell's annotated
statutes, relative to compensation of supervisors:

introduced by Mr. Fuller; referred to committee on State affairs Jan.
20
reported; general order Jan. 29.
file No. 21.
committee of whole; third reading Feb. 15.
passed; transmitted Feb. 16...
returned amended; concurred in; referred for enrollment March 4.
reported enrolled March 10.

approved March 11
64. A bill to create a board of commissioners for the purpose of securing

for use in the common and primary schools of the State of Michigan
a uniform series of text-books, to fix the maximum price to be charged
for said books and to make an appropriation for carrying out the
provisions of this act:
introduced by Mr. Graham; referred to committee on Education and

State affairs Jan. 20....
ordered printed for committee Jan. 20.
file No. 3.
reported; general order Feb. 10....
committee of whole discharged; recommitted Feb. 19.
reported substitute; referred to committee on ways and means Apr.

1774
1794
2074
2091
2174

171
249

456
483
921
1017
1072
486

20
reported; general order; reprinted April 28.
file No. 431.

172
172

373
646

1711
1857
319
320
925
1018
1075

committee of whole; May 4....

1968
committee of whole; third reading May 5.

1983
passed; transmitted May 5..

1984
returned amended; concurred in; referred for enrollment May 25.. 2403
reported enrolled May 27

2491
Approved May 31.

2704
65. A bill to provide for the taxation of incomes:

introduced by Mr. C. J. Babcock; referred to committee on general
taxation Jan. 20.

172
ordered printed for committee Jan. 20.

172
file No. 4.
reported; tabled May 28.

2661
66. A bill to amend Sec. 10 of act 196 of the public acts of 1887, entitled

"An act to regulate the practice of pharmacy in the State of Michigan."
introduced by Mr. F. M. Shepard; referred to committee on State
affairs Jan 20...

172
reported; general order Feb. 4.

307
file No. 42.

committee of whole; recommitted Feb. 16.
reported; general order May 6.

1988
committee of whole; stricken out; concurred in; title and enacting
clause tabled May 14......

2171
67. A bill to protect persons engaged in the propagation and culture of fish

in certain waters, and authorizing persons so engaged to take fish in
such waters, and to dispose of and sell such fish in such manner as
they choose, and requiring persons prosecuted for selling or having in
their possession fish out of season to show that the come within the pro-
visions of this act, and providing a penalty for its violation, and to
repeal inconsistent acts:
introduced by Mr. Billings; referred to committee on fish and game
Jan. 20

172
reported; tabled May 28

2558
68. A bill to amend Sec. 1 of act No. 205 of the public acts of 1895, entitled

"An act to regulate the admission to practice of attorneys, solicitors
and counselors, to provide for a board of examiners, and to repeal con-
flicting acts:"
introduced by Mr. Goodyear; referred to committee on judiciary Jan.
20 ...

172
reported; tabled May 28

2616
69. A bill to protect fish and regulate fishing in the lakes; rivers and streams

in the county of St. Joseph, in the State of Michigan; to permit the
catching of suckers by a device called a “Rake" in certain waters in
said county during certain months; to regulate the catching of bass; to
permit an open season for spearing fish; to prohibit the catching of
pickeral unless they shall be above a certain weight and restricting
the catching of fish with hook and line. The limitation of said act
being for a period of five years:
introduced by Mr. Gibson; referred to committee on fish and game
Jan. 20...

173
reported; tabled May 28..
70. A bill to amend Sec. 27 of chapter 123, revised statutes of 1846, relative

to proceedings to recover the possession of land in certain cases:

introduced by Mr. Donovan; referred to committee on judiciary Jan.
reported; general order Jan. 27.
file No. 8.
committee of the whole; third reading Feb. 4.
passed; transmitted Feb. 4.....
returned; referred for enrollment March 4.
reported enrolled March 10..
approved March 11..

2558

20

173
227

71. A bill to amend Sec. 33 of Chap. 108 of the revised statutes of 1846, in rela-

tion to action of ejectment, the same being compiler's Sec. 7819, Hov-
ell's annotated statutes:
introduced by Mr. Donovan; referred to committee on judiciary Jan.
20

173
reported; general order Jan. 27.

228
file No. 9.
committee of whole; third reading Feb. 4.

319
passed; transmitted Feb. 4..

320
returned; referred for enrollment March 4.

923
reported enrolled March 10..

1018
approved March 11....

1073
72. A bill to amend Sec. 2 of act No. 135 of the public acts of 1885, entitled

"An act to amend, revise and consolidate the laws organizing asylums
for the insane, and regulating the care and management thereof,
and of the inmates therein, and to repeal act 164, laws of 1859; also act
194, laws of 1877; also act 91, laws of 1873, and the acts amendatory
thereto; also act 172, laws of 1873," approved June 3, 1885; the same
being Sec. 1930a1, Howell's annotated statutes of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Kimmis; referred to committee on state affairs
Jan. 20.

173
reported; general order Jan. 27.

225
file No. 10.
committee of whole; third reading Feb. 3.

298
passed; transmitted Feb. 3.

299
returned May 31..

2715
73. A bill to amend Sec. No. 1 of act No. 264 of the session laws of 1889,

entitled, "An act relative to disorderly persons and to repeal chapter
53 of the compiled laws of 1871, as amended by the several acts
amendatory thereof."
introduced by Mr. M. G. Moore; referred to committee on judiciary
Jan. 20.

173
reported; general order Jan. 27.

227
file No. 11.
committee of whole; third reading Feb. 3....

298
tabled Feb. 3.....

300
taken up; committee of whole; general order Feb. 8.

352
in committee of whole; stricken out; not concurred in; tabled Feb. 11. 420
taken up; recommitted March 2..

856
reported; tabled May 28..

2616
74. A bill to amend Sec. 47 of act No. 206 of the public acts of 1893, entitled

"An act to provide for the assessment of property and the levy and col-
lection of taxen 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 con-
veyance 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,” as amended by act No. 229 of the public acts of 1895, so
as to further provide for the collection of taxes upon personal prop-
erty assessed to one other than the owner out of such property in
certain cases.
introduced by Mr. Oberdorffer; referred to committee on general
taxation Jan. 21...

186
reported; tabled May 28.

2663
75. A bill to make an appropriation for building one detached hospital build-

ing for acute female patients, for the construction of a hose house
and laboratory building, and the purchase of hook and ladder outfit,
for additional fire protection, and for replacing wooden cornice with
galvanized iron cornice on the female department, at the Michigan
Asylum for the Insane, at Kalamazoo.

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