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19. To authorize the extension of trunk line 88 from Mancelona to trunk

line 14 at or near Otsego lake:
introduced by Mr Beam, January 15, referred to Committee on
Roads and Bridges

45 20. To amend Act No. 256, Public Acts of 1917—to provide for the cancel

lation of an insurance policy ninety days after due date of assess-
ment, after which time member shall not be liable for losses or

expenses of company:
file No. 87.
introduced by Mr. Hoyt, January 15, referred to Committee on In-
surance

45 reported favorably, March 9, placed on general orders.

273 considered in Committee of Whole, March 17, placed on order of third reading

359 rules suspended, read third time, passed, transmitted, March 17... 362 returned from Senate without amendment, May 1, ordered enrolled.. 1212 enrolled No. 184. presented to Governor, May 19..

1256 approved, May 26...

1265 Public Act No. 325. 21. To amend Act No. 5, Public Acts of 1885—to provide for the estab

lishment of Eastern Standard time:
introduced by Mr. Hulett, January 15, referred to Committee on

State Affairs
22. To amend Act No. 259, Public Acts of 1919-an act to regulate the

manufacture and sale of soft drinks:
file No. 64.
introduced by Mr. Curtis, January 15, referred to Committee on
Public Health

45 reported amended, February 27, placed on general orders.

214 considered in Committee of Whole, March 3, amended, placed on order of third reading...

237 read third time, amended, passed, title amended, transmitted, March 10.....:

282 returned from Senate without amendment, April 10, ordered enrolled

786 enrolled No. 47. presented to Governor, April 15..

873 approved, April 23..

1009 Public Act No. 65. 23. To amend Act No. 117, Public Acts of 1921—to provide that quail shall

not be taken until 1935:
introduced by Mr. McKenzie, January 15, referred to Committee on
Conservation

45 24. To repeal Act No. 216, Public Acts of 1887—an act to authorize the ap

pointment of a crier in the Kalamazoo county circuit court:
file No. 10.
introduced by Mr. Snow, January 15, referred to Committee on Judi-
ciary.

46 printing requested, January 20.

53 ordered printed, January 21..

57 printed copies filed, January 26.

68 reported without recommendation, March 18, placed on general orders on motion.

373 considered in Committee of Whole, March 23, placed on order of third reading

467 read third time, passed, given immediate effect, transmitted, March 24 ....

493 returned from Senate without amendment and with immediate effect clause, May 2, ordered enrolled.

1234 enrolled No. 201. presented to Governor, May 19.

1257 approved, May 26..

1268 Public Act No. 332.

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51 104 108 115 737

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25. To amend Act No. 269, Public Acts of 1909—to change the name of the

Michigan Agricultural College to the Michigan State College:
file No. 45.
introduced by Mr. MacKinnon, January 20, referred to Committee on

Agricultural College
reported favorably, February 19, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, February 23, placed on order of

third reading

re-referred to Committee on Agricultural College, February 26. 26. To fix maximum hours of service in certain industries:

file No. 23.
introduced by Mr. Holland, January 20, referred to Committee on

Labor
printing requested, February 4..
ordered printed, February 5....
printed copies filed, February 9..
reported favorably, April 8, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 9, placed on order of third

reading
read third time, not passed, April 10.
reconsidered, April 13, tabled....

taken from table, April 20, re-tabled..
27. To amend Act No. 314, Public Acts of 1915—to increase number of cir-

cuit court judges in Genesee county, etc.:
file No. 83.
introduced by Mr. Ormsbee, January 20, referred to Committee on

Judiciary
reported amended, February 18, referred to Committee on Ways

and Means
printing requested, March 6.
ordered printed, March 9...
printed copies filed, March 12.
reported favorably, March 27, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, March 30, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, given immediate effect, transmitted,

March 31
returned from Senate without amendment and with immediate effect

clause, April 14, ordered enrolled..
enrolled No. 52.
presented to Governor, April 20...
approved, May 1...

Public Act No. 154.
28. To amend Act No. 285, Public Acts of 1909—to provide that in all mines

where electricity is used, escapement shafts, etc., shall be lighted

thereby:
file No. 84.
introduced by Mr. Crutchfield, January 20, referred to Committee

on Labor
printing requested, March 5.
ordered printed, March 9...

printed copies filed, March 12.
29. To amend Act No. 206, Public Acts of 1893—to provide that an assess-

ing officer who assesses property at more or less than its cash

value shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor:
introduced by Mr. Crutchfield, January 20, referred to Committee

on General Taxation.....

notice given of intention to move to discharge committee, April 7.. 30. To amend Act No. 279, Public Acts of 1909—to fix number of super

visors in certain cities :
file No. 5.
introduced by Mr. Jewell, January 20, referred to Committee on

City Corporations
reported favorably, January 21, placed on general orders..
re-referred to Committee on City Corporations, January 28.

168 269 273 317 563

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621

833

950 1237

52 261 273 317

52 697 52 59 91 102

52 56 80

52 53 57 69 323 519 694

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772

992

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31. To amend Act No. 203, Public Acts of 1917-an act to provide for the

holding of elections:
file No. 20.
introduced by Mr. Carter, January 20, referred to Committee on

Elections
printing requested, January 21..
ordered printed, January 29...

printed copies filed, January 31..
32. To amend Act No. 279, Public Acts of 1909–Home rule act—to provide

rapid transit:
file No. 140.
introduced by Mr. Callender, January 20, referred to Committee on

City Corporations
printing requested, January 20..
ordered printed, January 21...
printed copies filed, January 27..
reported amended, March 13, placed on general orders..
re-referred to Committee on City Corporations, March 13.
reported amended, April 7, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 8, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, title amended, given immediate effect,

ordered to be known as the “Callender Bill," transmitted, April 9
returned from Senate without amendment, and with immediate effect

clause, April 23, ordered enrolled..
enrolled No. 104.
presented to Governor, April 30.....
approved, May 6..

Public Act No. 224.
33. To provide for the condemnation of property for the benefit of the

public:
file No. 12.
introduced by Mr. Callender, January 20, referred to Committee on

Judiciary
printing requested, January 20.
ordered printed, January 21.
printed copies filed, January 27..
reported favorably, April 10, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 14, placed on order of

third reading

read third time, passed, transmitted, April 15..
34. To permit two or more counties to contract for super-highways:

file No. 13.
introduced by Mr. Darin, January 20, referred to Committee on

Towns and Counties..
printing requested, January 20.
ordered printed, January 21..
printed copies filed, January 27..
reported amended, April 8, placed on general orders..
referred to Committee on General Taxation on motion, April 14..
reported amended, April 16, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 17, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, amended, passed, transmitted, April 21..
returned from Senate with amendments; rule suspended, Senate

amendments concurred in, ordered enrolled...
enrolled No. 211.
presented to Governor, May 19..
approved, May 27..

Public Act No. 381.
35. To amend Act No. 53, Public Acts of 1921—to exempt church organiza-

tions, etc., from payment of license fee for sale of soft drinks :
file No. 109.
introduced by Mr. Kooyers, January 21, referred to Committee on

Towns and Counties..

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912 938

1236

1257 1269

57 296

383 459 1212

1256 1268

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217

233

477

reported favorably, March 11, placed on general orders....
considered in Committee of Whole, March 18, placed on order of

third reading ...
read third time, amended, passed, transmitted, March 23.
returned from Senate without amendment, May 1, ordered enrolled..
enrolled No. 185.
presented to Governor, May 19.
approved May 27..

Public Act No. 347.
36. To authorize the establishing of a trunk line highway from a point in

Eagle township, Clinton county, to trunk line 47 in Shiawassee

county:
introduced by Mr. Espie, January 21, referred to Committee on

Roads and Bridges....
37. To amend Act No. 65, Public Acts of 1909, and to repeal Act No. 190,

Public Acts of 1903—to regulate high school teaching, etc.:
file No. 24.
introduced by Mr. McLain, January 21, referred to Committee on

Education
printing requested, February 4.
ordered printed, February 5.
printed copies filed, February 9.
reported amended, February 26, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, February 27, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, given immediate effect, transmitted,

March 3
returned from Senate without amendment, and with immediate

effect clause, March 24, ordered enrolled....
enrolled No. 14.

presented to Governor, March 27..
Governor requested to return, April 8.
returned by Governor, April 8, tabled..
Senate requested retransmission, April 10, taken from table, request

granted
re-returned from Senate with amendments and immediate effect

clause; rule suspended, Senate amendments concurred in, April

28, ordered enrolled.....
enrolled No. 133.
presented to Governor, May 7.
approved, May 18..

Public Act No. 251.
38. To prohibit the possession of firearms by persons under influence of

intoxicating liquor:
introduced by Mr. Smedley, January 21, referred to Committee on

Judiciary
39. To amend Act No. 6, Public Acts of 1907, Extra Session-mother's

pension:
file No. 58.
introduced by Mr. DeBoer, January 21, referred to Committee on

Judiciary
printing requested, 'ebruary 18.
ordered printed, February 24..
printed copies filed, February 26..
reported amended, March 11, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, March 12, amended, placed on

order of third reading....
read third time passed, transmitted, March 16.
returned from Senate without amendment, April 20, ordered enrolled
enrolled, No. 70.
presented to Governor, April 28.
vetoed, May 7....

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40. To provide for capital punishment:

file No. 22.
introduced by Mr. McEachron, January 21, referred to Committee on

Judiciary
printing requested, January 29.
ordered printed, February 4...
printed copies filed, February 6..
reported without recommendation, March 4, placed on general

orders on motion....
considered in Committee of Whole, March 5, placed on order of

third reading
made special order for Thursday, March 12, 2:30 p. m., March 6..

read third time, not passed, March 12.
41. To amend Act No. 314, Public Acts of 1915—to permit the probate court

to extend to ten years the time for settlement of an estate:
file No. 15.
introduced by Mr. Smedley, January 21, referred to Committee on

Judiciary
reported amended, January 28, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, February 4, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, amended, passed, title amended, transmitted, Febru-

ary 10
42. To amend Act No. 220, Public Acts of 1923, and to repeal Act No. 46,

Public Acts of 1915—Blue Sky Law:
introduced by Mr. Palmer, January 22, referred to Committee on

State Affairs
43. To authorize the establishing of a trunk line highway from Battle

Creek, through Athens, Sherwood, Colon and Sturgis, to the Mich

igan-Indiana State line:
introduced by Mr. Curtis, January 22, referred to Committee on

Roads and Bridges
44. To provide that the sale of intoxicating liquors which cause the death

of the purchaser shall be deemed manslaughter:
file No. 17.
introduced by Mr. Hartzog, January 22, referred to Committee on

Judiciary
printing requested, January 28.
ordered printed, January 29.

printed copies filed, January 31.
45. To repeal Act No. 316, Public Acts of 1919--spearing of red horse,

suckers and mullet in Clinton and Belle rivers:
file No. 251.
introduced by Mr. Hulett, January 22, referred to Committee on

Fish and Fisheries....
printing requested, March 25.
reported favorably, March 27, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 2, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, transmitted, April 7.
returned from Senate without amendment, April 15, ordered enrolled
enrolled No. 61.
presented to Governor, April 23.
approved, April 30..

Public Act No. 144.
46. To amend Act No. 305, Public Acts of 1915—an act to prescribe the

duties of the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House

of Representatives, etc.:
file No. 30.
introduced by Mr. Carter, January 22, referred to Committee on

State Affairs
printing requested, January 29.
reported favorably, February 9, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, February 11, placed on order of

third reading,

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