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107. A bill to amend Sec. 103 of Chap. 12 of the compiled laws of 1871,

being compiler's Sec. 749, as amended by act 199 laws of 1879, relative
to the eligibility of persons to township offices.
introduced by Mr. Graham; referred to committee on towns and

counties Jan. 26...
reported; general order Feb. 5.
file No. 48.
committee of whole; third reading March 8.
passed; transmitted March 9...
returned; referred for enrollment March 25.
reported enrolled March 26..

approved April 1....
108. A bill to amend Chap. 45 of the revised statutes of the State of Mich-

igan of 1846, entitled “Firing of woods and prairies,” the same being
Chap. 328 of Howell's annotated statutes, by adding three new sec-
tions thereto to stand as Secs. 4, 5 and 6 of said chapter.
introduced by Mr. Oberdorffer; referred to committee on public lands,

Jan. 27......
reported; general order April 7.
file No. 329.
committee of whole; third reading April 16.....
not passed; reconsidered; tabled April 19.
taken up; recommitted; general order April 20.
committee of whole; third reading April 26.
passed; transmitted April 27...
returned amended; concurred in; referred for enrollment May 27.
reported enrolled May 28.

approved May 31.
109. A bill to provide for service upon corporations of process issued from

circuit courts in chancery.

introduced by Mr. Sawyer; referred to committee on judiciary Jan. 27
reported; general order Feb. 4....
file No. 36.
committee of whole; third reading March 1.
passed; transmitted March 2..
returned; referred for enrollment April 1.
reported enrolled April 6...

approved April 9...
110. A bill to provide for the encouragement of the manufacture of beet

sugar, and to provide a compensation therefor, and to make an appro-
priation therefor.
introduced by Mr. Dudley; referred to committee on State affairs

Jan. 27......
reported substitute; ways and means Feb. 12.
file No. 71.
reported; general order Feb. 18...
committee of whole; third reading Feb. 26.
passed; transmitted Feb. 26..
returned amended; concurred in; returned; referred for enrollment

March 16....
reported enrolled March 18.

approved March 26..
111. A bill to amend Sec. 1, of act No. 256 of local acts of 1893, approved

March 6, 1893, entitled “An act to incorporate the village of Grant, in
Newaygo county,” for the purpose of correcting clerical error in said
Sec. 1, and to accurately describe the boundaries of said village of
Grant.
introduced by Mr. Dudley; passed; immediate effect; transmitted

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returned; referred for enrollment Feb. 3.
reported enrolled Feb. 4.
approved Feb. 8. .

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112. A bill making it lawful to take by spear certain kinds of fish in the

waters of Round Lake, and Pine Lake or Long Lake, within the county
of Charlevoix.
introduced by Mr. Harris; referred to committee on fisheries and

game Jan. 27.

reported; tabled May 28.
113. A bill to amend Sec. 8 of act No. 262 of the public acts of 1895,

approved June 4, 1895, and entitled "An act to provide for the incorpora-
tion of mutual fire insurance companies, limited, and defining their
powers and duties.”
introduced by Mr. Wetherbee; referred to committee on insurance

Jan. 27...

reported; tabled May 28.
114. A bill to permit foreign railroad companies to hold and own certain

land in this State, to contirm conveyances of such land to other
foreign railroad companies in certain conditions, and to authorize the
recording of a copy of agreements, by which such conveyances have
been or may be hereafter made.
introduced by Mr. Atkinson; referred to committee on railroad

Jan. 27....
reported printed for committee Feb. 17.
file No. 85.
reported; special order for April 14, 2:30 p. m. April 14.
special order April 14.
special order for April 28, 2:30 p. m. April 15.
special order for May 12, April 27.
special order for May 11, 10:30 a. m., April 27.
committee of whole; discharged; passed; transmitted May 20.
returned; immediate effect; referred for enrollment May 26.
reported enrolled May 27....

approved May 31....
115. A bill to amend Sec. 22 of act No. 38 of the session laws of 1877,

entitled "An act to amend act No. 82 of the session laws of 1873, by
adding one new section thereto, to stand as Sec. 22, providing for the
organization of mutual fire insurance companies, to insure property in
cities and villages exclusively, and to repeal act No. 174 of the laws
of 1895."
introduced by Mr. Wetherbee; referred to committee on insurance

Jan. 27....

reported; tabled May 28.
116. A bill to amend Sec. 6 of Chap. 339, being Sec. 9639 of Howell's anno-

tated statutes, relative to county jails and the regulation thereof.
introduced by Mr. Donovan; referred to committee on State affairs

Jan. 27....
reported; general order Jan. 29.
file No. 22.
committee of whole; referred to committee on judiciary Feb. 10....
reported; general order March 31. .....
committee of whole; third reading April 7.

enacting clause stricken out April 9.
117. A bill to amend Sec. 3, article 3, of act No. 174 of the session laws of

1891, entitled "An act to amend Sec. 3 of article 3 of act No. 174 of the
public acts of 1883, entitled 'An act to amend Secs. 7, 30, 36 and 41 of
article 2, and Secs. 3 and 5 of article 3, and Sec. 14 of article 4, and
to add two new sections to article 2, to stand as Secs. 45 and 46, and
a new section to article 5 to stand as Sec. 22 of an act entitled "An
act to revise the laws providing for the incorporation of railroad
companies and regulate the running and managing, and to fix the duties
and liabilities of all railroads and other corporations owning or operat-
ing any railroad in this State," approved May 1, 1873, being act No.
198 of the session laws of 1873, the section hereby amended being Sec.
3360 of Howell's annotated statutes, Vol. 3,'” as amended by act 174
of the session laws of 1891.

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introduced by Mr. McGill; referred to committee on general taxation

Jan. 27...
reported; general order March 9.
file No. 179.
committee of whole discharged; recommitted March 31.

reported; tabled May 28..
118. A bill to repeal act 162 of the public acts of 1859, as amended by act

No 24 of the public acts of 1879, and act No. 21 of the public acts of
1887, entitled "An act to ascertain the annual cereal productions of
the State of Michigan,” being compiler's Secs. 833, 834 and 836 of the
third Howell's annotated statutes.
introduced by Mr. Bates; referred to committee on agriculture

Jan. 27..

reported; tabled May 28.
119. A bill to repeal act 95 of the public acts of 1885, entitled "An act to

provide for the collection of apiarian statistics," being compiler's Secs.
838b, 838c, of the third Howell's annotated statutes.
introduced by Mr. Bates; referred to committee on State affairs

Jan. 27...
reported; general order Jan. 29.
file No. 17.
committee of whole; third reading Feb. 5.
passed; immediate effect; transmitted Feb. 8.
returned; referred for enrollment Feb. 11.
reported enrolled Feb. 12. .....

approved Feb. 12..
120. A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to amend Sec. 1 of act 77 of

the session laws of 1869, entitled 'An act relative to life insurance com-
panies transacting business within this State,' approved March 30,
1869, being compiler's Sec. 2936 of the compiled laws of 1871, Sec. 1,
Chap. 131, of Howell's annotated statutes of Michigan, as amended by
act approved January 27, 1885.

introduced by Mr. Bates; referred to committee on insurance, Jan. 27
reported; general order Jan. 29....
file No. 18.
committee of whole; third reading March í.
passed; transmitted March 2..
returned; referred for enrollment March 16..
reported enrolled March 17....

approved March 26..
121. A bill to amend Sec. 6 of act 187 of the session laws of 1887, approved

June 17, 1887, entitled "An act to revise the laws providing for the
incorporation of co-operative and mutual benefit associations, and to
define the powers and duties and regulate the transaction of the busi-
ness of all such corporations and associations doing business within
this State," and to add two new sections thereto to stand as Secs.
32 and 33.

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introduced by Mr. Bates; referred to committee on insurance Jan. 27.
reported; general order Jan. 29..
file No. 19.
committee of whole; third reading Feb. 9.
tabled Feb. 10..
taken up; passed; transmitted Feb. 15.
returned; referred for enrollment Feb. 25.
reported enrolled March 1.....
Governor requested to return March 1.
returned from governor; immediate effect; re-referred for enrollment

March 3.....
reported re-enrolled March 4.
approved March 11.

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122. A bill making it unlawful for prosecuting attorneys to defend or

assist in the defense of any person charged with crime in their respec-
tive counties.
introduced by Mr. Graham; referred to committee on judiciary

Jan. 27...
reported; tabled Jan. 28.
taken up; recommitted Feb. 2.
reported; general order Feb. 4.
file No. 35.
committee of whole; third reading Feb. 11.
passed; transmitted Feb. 12.
returned; referred for enrollment March 4.
reported enrolled March 10..

approved March 11..
123. A bill to amend Secs. 6193, 6194, 6195, 6196, 6197, 6198, 6199, 6201

and 6202 of Howell's annotated statutes, the same being Secs. 10, 11,
12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 of Chap. 234 of Howell's annotated statutes,
entitled “Fraudulent conveyances and contracts, relative to goods, chat-
tels, and things in action," and Secs. 1 and 2 of act 117 of the public
acts of 1881.

introduced by Mr. Adams; referred to committee on judiciary Jan. 27.

reported; tabled May 28.
124. A bill to amend Sec. 3 of act 110 of the public acts of 1893, entitled

"An act to amend act No. 28, laws of 1887, entitled 'An act to provide
for the appointment of a game and fish warden, and to prescribe his
powers and duties.'”
introduced by Mr. Fleischhauer; referred to committee on fisheries

and game Jan. 27....

reported; tabled May 28.
125. A bill to provide for the construction of a bridge across the Grand

river, in the township of Ada, in the county of Kent, and for the rais-
ing of funds to defray the cost and expense thereof.
introduced by Mr. Shisler; referred to committee on roads and

bridges Jan. 27.....
reported; passed; immediate effect; transmitted March 4.
returned; referred for enrollment March 5.
reported enrolled March 10.

approved March 11....
126. A bill to provide for the marking of ballots by electors at all general

township and municipal elections.
introduced by Mr. Neidermeier; referred to committee on railroads

Jan. 27..

reported; tabled May 28.
127. A bill to provide for the construction and maintenance of stock or cat-

tle guards at public highway crossings by steam railroad companies,
and providing damages for injury to live stock on account of the want
thereof.
introduced by Mr. Neidermeier; referred to committee on railroads

Jan. 27...
reported printed for committee Feb. 17.
file No. 83.
reported; special order April 28, 2:30 p. m. April 20..
special order May 12-April 27..
special order May 11, 10:30 a. m. April 27.
special order May 11.

general order May 25.
128. A bill for the relief of Ira E. Lent and Frank Kelley, members of

Company E, First Infantry, Michigan National Guard, and making
an appropriation therefor.
introduced by Mr. Mayer; referred to committee on military :ffairs

Jan. 27.
reported; general order Jan. 28.

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recommitted Jan. 29...
reported substitute joint resolution; general order Feb. 19.
file No. 107.
committee of whole; third reading March 10...
passed; transmitted March 11..
returned; referred for enrollment May 19.
reported enrolled May 21.

approved May 31....
129. A bill to authorize the board of supervisors of Saginaw county to pay

its committees during the time the board is not in session, and when
so first authorized by the board to serve, and the time mach meinber
of said committees may serve in any one year.
introduced by Mr. Herrig; referred to committee on towns and

counties Jan. 27....
reported; general order Feb. 5.
file No. 46.
committee of whole; third reading March 5....
passed; immediate effect; transmitted March 8.
returned; referred for enrollment March 25.
reported enrolled March 26....

approved April 1....
130. A bill to repeal "An act to ascertain the annual cereal products of the

State of Michigan,” approved February 14, 1859, as amended by act No.
24, session laws of 1879, and by act No. 21 of the public acts of 1887.
introduced by Mr. L. D. Dickinson; referred to committee on agricul-

ture Jan. 28..
reported; passed; immediate effect; transmitted Feb. 10.
returned substitute; tabled May 25...
taken up; substitute adopted; referred for enrollment May 25.
reported enrolled May 27...

requested by senate; motion to call from governor tabled May 27.
131. A bill to regulate the findings and verdicts of jurors in civil cases in

all courts of record.

introduced by Mr. Eikhoff; referred to committee on judiciary Jan. 28

reported; tabled May 28...
132 A bill to change the name of the township of Pine Plains in the county

of Allegan, to Valley township.
introduced by Mr. Otis; referred to committee on towns and counties

Jan. 28.
reported; general order Feb. 5..
file No. 47.
committee of whole; third reading Feb. 17....
passed; immediate effect; transmitted Feb. 18.
returned; referred for enrollment March 4.
reported enrolled March 10.

approved March 11....
133 A bill to regulate and license the business of hawking and peddling

goods, wares and merchandise in the several townships, villages and
cities of this State, and to repeal inconsistent acts.
introduced by Mr. Belknap; referred to committee on general taxation

Jan. 28...
reported substitute with H. B. 383 March 18.

see house bill 383.
134. A bill to provide for the taxation and collection of taxes of persons,

companies, associations and corporations, whether located within or
without this State, engaged in running palace, drawing-room, dining
or sleeping cars, over or upon any railroad situated wholly or partly
within this State.
introduced by Mr. Green; referred to committee on private corpora-

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reported printed for committee March 9.
file No. 195.
reported; tabled May 28.

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