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Vehicles, to amend act regulating operation of, on highways, S 222.

to amend act regulating use of highways by certain, s 227.

to provide for stopping, at certain railway crossings, 99. Veterans, to provide for use of State armories by, of all wars, S 154. Veterans of Foreign Wars, to make appropriation for National Home of, in Ingham

County, 480. Village Marshal, to provide that villages of less than 500 population need not

have, S 173. Village Treasurers, to permit election of, for more than two successive terms,

S 173.
Villages, to amend act as to expending township highway funds in, S 167.

to amend act authorizing, to take private property for benefit of the public,

S 278.
to amend act for incorporation of:

as cities, 307.
providing that certain villages need not have marshals, S 173.
relative to electric lights, 238.
relative to issue of bonds, S 142.

relative to publication of council proceedings, 254. to amend act providing for lighting of unincorporated, 242, 380, S 179. to amend act relative to elections for incorporating new, or adding territory

to, 103. to authorize, to expend money for sprinkling streets, S 237. to authorize, to sell gas, electric, or other lighting plants, S 305. to authorize, which are county seats, to borrow money for construction of

county court houses or jails, S 281. to change number inhabitants necessary for incorporation of new, S 171. to empower, to levy special taxes for advertising, S 303. to provide for the making of certain public improvements by two or more, 418. to provide that, of less than 500 population need not have village marshal,.

S 173. to regulate recording of plats in, 412. to require highway commissioners to expend certain portions of highway

funds in unincorporated, 312. Voluntary Associations, to regulate, 489.

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Wages, to insure payment of, in construction of public buildings, 199.

to regulate payment of, to employes, 94. Waivers, to authorize the Attorney General to issue, in inheritance tax matters.

S 120. Walks, to provide for, on over-flowed lands, S 174. Wall-eyed Pike, to authorize Conservation Commission to permit taking of, for

fish culture, 322.
to increase weight of, to be taken from Great Lakes, 333.
to make closed season on, in Great Lakes, 322.

to regulate taking of, with nets in Great Lakes, S 144.
War Devices, to make an appropriation for securing and distributing, 143.
War Trophies, to make an appropriation for securing and distributing, 143.
Wardens, to provide for, of jails in certain counties, S 180.
Warehouses, to make breaking and entering of, a felony, 373.

to prohibit breaking and entering, S 17.
Warrants, to authorize clerks of municipal courts of record to issue, 462.

to authorize arrests for misdemeanors without, 402. Washtenaw County, to authorize Commissioner of Agriculture to determine bene

fits from proposed drains to certain State lands, 498.

to authorizze construction of trunk line highway in, 492.
Water, to protect public health against impure drinking, 290.
Water-course, to regulate the widening and deepening of channels of, S 256.
Water Fowl-See Wild Water Fowl.
Water Mains, to authorize township boards to construct, S 303.
Water Power, to provide for preservation of fish in streams used for, 491.

Waters, to authorize Department of Conservation to investigate pollution of, 236.

to prohibit pollution of, 235.

to provide rights of way to navigable, 226. Wayne County, to amend act creating board of jury commissioners for, S 101.

to amend act relative to appointment of clerks of Circuit Court Commissioners

of, S 100. to amend act relative to powers of board of county auditors of, 318. to authorize Commissioner of Schools of, to recommend teachers for certain

school districts, 487. to provide for changing date of annual meeting of board of supervisors of, 302.

to regulate primary elections in, S 273. Weapons, to prohibit sale or carrying of dangerous, 436. Weather Station Observatory, to authorize conveyance of lands to U. S. govern.

ment for, S 262.
Weather Reports, to provide for use of, as evidence in criminal cases, 282.
Wedlock, to provide for children born out of, S 137.
Weeds, to prohibit the scattering of noxious, on public highways, 401.

to provide for destroying certain, 395. Welfare Budget Plans, to regulate the soliciting of funds by charitable organiza

tions in cities or villages maintaining, 260. Welfare Department, to make appropriations for, for maintenance and operation,

S 42. Well Records, to provide for keeping and preserving, 446. Western State Normal School, to make appropriations for, for buildings, etc., 60.

to make appropriations for, for maintenance, 78. Wexford County, to authorize construction of trunk line highway in, 156. Whipping, to provide additional punishment by, for certain crimes, S 307.

to provide for periodical, of persons convicted of first degree murder, 270. White Fish, to increase weight of, to be taken from Great Lakes, 333. White Lake, to permit the taking of speckled bass and crappies from waters of,

419.
White Persons, to prohibit marriage between, and negroes, 93.
Wild Animals, to amend act to license the hunting of, 324.
Wild Birds, to amend act to license the hunting of, 324.
Wild Fowl Bay, to amend act to prohibit fishing with nets in, 407.
Wild Life, to amend act providing for increase of, 381.
Wild Life Sanctuary, to create, in Ingham County, S 228.
Wild Water Fowl, to prohibit use of certain guns in hunting, 227.
Wills, to amend act for transfer of property by, s 120.

to amend Judicature Act as to contested, S 244.

to amend act providing for taxation of transfers of property by, 137, 231. Windshields, to prohibit use of stickers, etc., on, of motor vehicles, 239. Wives, to amend Judicature Act as to mortgages held by, and husbands as joint

owners, S 10.

to punish persons threatening injury to, 309.
Wolves, to authorize payment of bounties for destruction of, 228.
Women, to provide for excusing, from jury duty in certain cases, 154.
Women's Training School, to make appropriation to establish, S 286.
Workmen's Compensation, to establish rating division for, 391.
Wrestling, to amend act for control and supervision of, S 183.
Writs of Error, to amend act providing for, in criminal cases, 263.
Written Instruments, to provide certain requirements in, S 284.

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Yellow Pickerel, to increase weight of, to be taken from Great Lakes, 333

to regulate taking of, with nets in Great Lakes, S 144.

PART II.

HISTORY OF HOUSE BILLS IN THE HOUSE.

(Complete titles are not given-only the substance of titles.)

(References are to page numbers of the Journal.)

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1. To levy a tax on motor vehicle fuels:

file No. 2.
introduced by Mr. Dykstra, January 13, referred to Committee on

General Taxation
printing requested, January 15.
ordered printed, January 15...

printed copies filed, January 17...
2. To repeal Act No. 59, Public Acts of 1915—Covert road law:

introduced by Mr. Walter J. Thomas, January 13, referred to Com

mittee on Roads and Bridges....
3. To require the stopping of motor vehicles at railroad crossings:

file No. 6.
introduced by Mr. Carter, January 13, referred to Committee on

Transportation
printing requested, January 20.
ordered printed, January 21..

printed copies filed, January 26.
4. To prohibit banking by other than incorporated banking companies:

file No. 7.
introduced by Mr. Carter, January 13, referred to Committee on

Private Corporations
printing requested, January 20.
ordered printed, January 21.

printed copies filed, January 26.
5. To amend Act No. 1, Public Acts of 1919-an act to fix the compensa-

tion and mileage of members, etc., of the Legislature:
introduced by Mr. Ming, January 13, referred to Committee on State

Affairs
6. To impose a 2 cent tax on gasoline, etc.:

file No. 3.
introduced by Mr. Warner, January 13, referred to Committee on

General Taxation
printing requested, January 15.
ordered printed, January 15...

printed copies filed, January 17.
7. To provide for the licensing of retail dealers in gasoline:

file No. 4.
introduced by Mr. Warner, January 13, referred to Committee on

General Taxation
printing requested, January 15.
ordered printed, January 15...

printed copies filed, January 17..
8. Governing appeals in the circuit and Supreme courts, and to provide

for court stenographers in certain cities:
file No. 28.
introduced by Mr. Darin, January 14, referred to Committee on

Judiciary
printing requested, January 21.
ordered 'printed, January 28..
printed copies filed, January 31.
reported amended, February 5, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, February 10, placed on order of

third reading

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read third time, amended, further consideration postponed for day,

February 11
amended, passed, title amended, transmitted, February 12.
returned from Senate with amendments, April 14; laid over one day.
Senate amendments concurred in, April 15, ordered enrolled..
Senate's request for retransmission tabled, April 16...
Senate's request taken from table, referred to Committee on Judi-

ciary, April 20...
Senate's second request for retransmission referred to Committee on

Judiciary, April 21...
enrolled No. 60.
presented to Governor, April 23..

vetoed, May 5.
9. To amend act No. 85, Public Acts of 1921-to exempt religious corpora-

tions from payment of corporation tax:
file No. 76.
introduced by Mr. Roxburgh, January 14, referred to Committee on

General Taxation
printing requested, January 20.
ordered printed, January 21...
printed copies filed, January 26.
reported amended, February 13, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, February 16, progress reported..
considered in Committee of Whole, February 17, amended, placed

on order of third reading..
read third time, made special order for Friday, February 20, Febru-

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re-referred to Committee on General Taxation, February 20.
reported substituted, March 5, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, March 10, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed and transmitted, March 11..
returned from Senate without amendment, May 2, ordered enrolled..
enrolled No. 224.
presented to Governor, May 19.
approved, May 27..

Public Act No. 385.
10. To impose a tax on gasoline used in propelling motor vehicles on the

public highways:
introduced by Mr. Preston, January 14, referred to Committee on

General Taxation
11. To amend Act No. 314, Public Acts of 1915—Judicature Act-to provide

that the American Legion, etc, may petition for the appointment

of guardians for mentally incompetent veterans:
file No. 31.
introduced my Mr. Culver, January 14, referred to. Committee on

Judiciary
reported amended, February 10, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, February 13, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, transmitted, February 17.
returned from Senate with amendment, March 17; laid over one day
Senate amendment concurred in, March 18, ordered enrolled...
presented to Governor, March 24..
approved, March 25...

Public Act No. 16.
12. To amend Act No. 7, Public Acts of First Extra Session of 1921-an

act to regulate the practice of dentistry:
file No. 185.
introduced by Mr. Culver, January 14, referred to Committee on

Public Health
reported amended, March 19, placed on general orders..
referred to Committee on Ways and Means on motion, March 26.
reported favorably, April 8, placed on general orders..

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considered in Committee of Whole, April 9, placed on order of third

reading
read third time, amended, passed, given immediate effect, trans-

mitted, April 14..
returned from Senate with amendment and immediate effect clause,

April 28; laid over one day.
Senate amendment concurred in, April 29, ordered enrolled...
enrolled No. 136.
presented to Governor, May 7..
approved, May 13...

Public Act No. 272.
13. To authorize the establishing of a trunk line highway from Jackson to

trunk line 39 in Sunfield township, Eaton county:
introduced by Mr. Hayes E. Wells, January 14, referred to Commit-

tee on Roads and Bridges..
14. To prohibit obstructions on public highways:

introduced by Mr. Kooyers, January 14, referred to Committee on

Judiciary
15. To amend Act No. 302, Public Acts of 1915—to provide for a weight tax

on motor vehicles:
file No. 14.
introduced by Mr. Evans, January 14, referred to Committee on

Roads and Bridges.
printing requested, January 15.
ordered printed, January 15..
printed copies filed, January 16.
reported amended, January 22, referred to Committee on Ways and

Means
reported favorably, January 22, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, January 22, placed on order of

third reading
rules suspended, read third time, passed, given immediate effect,

transmitted, January 22..
returned from Senate without amendment, and with immediate

effect clause, January 28; ordered enrolled....
enrolled No. 1.
presented to Governor, January 28.
approved, January 28....

Public Act No. 1.
16 To authorize the purchase of Michigan Agricultural College Union

bonds by the State Administrative Board:
file No. 9.
introduced by Mr. MacKinnon, January 15, referred to Committee

on State Affairs..
printing requested, January 20.
ordered printed, January 21..
printed copies filed, January 26.
reported amended, February 17, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, February 18, placed on order

of third reading..
read third time, passed, given immediate effect, transmitted, Febru-

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returned from Senate without amendment and with immediate

effect clause, March 6, ordered enrolled..
presented to Governor, March 10.
approved, March 12.

Public Act No. 5.
17. To amend act No. 302, Public Acts of 1915—to compel drivers of motor

vehicles to give aid in case of accident:
introduced by Mr. Jewell, January 15, referred to Committee on

Roads and Bridges...
18. To authorize the extension of trunk line 88 from Bellaire to trunk line

11 in Eastport:
introduced by Mr. Beam, January 15, referred to Committee on

Roads and Bridges

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