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received March 20, referred to Committee on Village Corporations.. 421 reported favorably, April 9, placed on general orders...

776 considered in Committee of Whole, April 14, placed on order of third reading

836 tabled, April 30

1141 taken from table, read third time, passed, returned.

1199 Public Act No. 303. 143. To amend Act No. 149, Public Acts of 1911—an act to provide for the

condemnation of property:
file No. 106.
introduced by Senator Woodruff.
received March 17, referred to Committee on State Affairs..

354 reported favorably, March 19, placed on general orders..

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

467 read third time, passed, returned, March 24.

495 Public Act No. 37. 144. To amend Act No. 159, Public Acts of 1919-an act to regulate the tak

ing of fish in the Great Lakes:
file No. 241.
introduced by Senator Gettel.

received April 3, referred to Committee on Fish and Fisheries.... 673 145. To require the bonding of persons, firms and corporations engaged in

the business of soliciting accounts for collection:
file No. 108.
introduced by Senator Wood.
received March 27, referred to Committee on State Affairs..

565 reported favorably, April 3, placed on general orders.

666 considered in Committee of Whole, April 9, amended, placed on order of third reading...

775 read third time, amended, passed, returned, April 10.

791 re-received from Senate, April 14, with notice of non-concurrence in House amendments. House requested conference..

833 re-received with conference granted, April 15, conferees named. 846 conference report adopted, April 24, re-returned..

1014 Public Act No. 210. 146. To amend Act No. 300, Public Acts of 1909, and to repeal Act No. 136,

Public Acts of 1897—to provide that the Michigan Public Utilities
Commission shall have supervisory control of signals at railroad

crossings, etc.:
file No. 109.
introduced by Senator Hunter.
received March 23, referred to Committee on Transportation..

437 reported amended, April 9, placed on general orders.

778 considered in Committee of Whole, April 14, amended, placed on order of third reading...,

837 read third time, passed, returned, April 16.

880 Public Act No. 178. 150. To provide an appropriation to assist in the equipping, maintaining,

operation and expansion of the home for dependents of former

service men: file No. 123. introduced by Senator Gansser. received March 23, referred to Committee on Military Affairs.... 437 reported favorably, March 25, referred to Committee on Ways and Means

507 reported amended, April 17, placed on general orders..

913 re-re’erred to Committee on Ways and Means, April 22.

962 reported amended, April 27, placed on general orders.

1029 considered in Committee of Whole, April 28, placed on order of. third reading

1069 read third time, passed, title amended, given immediate effect,

ordered to be known as the "Gansser-Watson Bill,” returned,
April 29

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re-received from Senate, April 30, with notice of non-concurrence

in House amendments. House requested conference...
re-received with conference granted, April 30, conferees named.
conference report adopted, May 2, re-returned..

Public Act No. 292.
151. To amend Act No. 206, Public Acts of 1893—an act to provide for the

assessment of property and the levy and collection of taxes there

on:
file No. 124.
introduced by Senator Quinlan.
received March 24, referred to Committee on General Taxation.....
reported favorably, April 1, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of whole, April 2, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, returned, April 7.

Public Act No. 54.
153. To amend Act No. 306, Public Acts of 1921—an act to regulate by

license the selling of steamship or railroad tickets:
file No. 131.
introduced by Senator Brower.

received April 27, referred to Committee on State Affairs....... 154. To amend Act No. 84, Public Acts of 1909—to provide that veterans

of all wars of the United States may have use of State armories:
file No. 132.
introduced by Senator Penney.
received April 6, referred to Committee on Military Affairs...
reported amended, April 9, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 14, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, returned, April 15.
re-received from Senate, April 17, with notice of non-concurrence

in House amendment. House requested conference.....

re-received with conference granted, April 21, conferees named.... 155. To provide for an angler's license for residents of the State:

file No. 133.
introduced by Senator Truettner.
received March 19, referred to Committee on Conservation.
reported amended, April 1, placed on general orders....
considered in Committee of Whole, April 2, placed on order of third

reading ..

read third time, amended, not passed, April 3.
156. To provide for the licensing of persons to take deer:

file No. 137.
introduced by Senator Truettner.
received March 17, referred to Committee on Conservation..
reported amended, March 18, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, March 23, placed on order of

third reading ...
read third time, amended, passed, returned, March 24.
re-received from Senate, March 26, with notice of non-concurrence

in House amendment; tabled...
taken from table, March 31, re-referred to Committee on Conserva-

tion
reported with recommendation that House insist on its amend-

ments and ask for a conference, April 28, recommendation con

curred in, returned.....
re-received with conference granted, April 29, conferees named.
conference report adopted, May 1, re-returned...

Public Act No. 306.
159. To amend Act No. 274, Public Acts of 1913—an act to provide for the

medical and surgical treatment of certain children:
file No. 140.
introduced by Senator Greene.
received March 23, referred to Committee on Public Health.....

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reported favorably, April 10, placed on general orders....
considered in Committee of Whole, April 15, re-referred to Com-

mittee on Public Health....
160. To amend Act No. 267, Public Acts of 1915—an act to provide free

hospital service, etc., for certain persons:
file No. 141.
introduced by Senator Greene.
received March 23, referred to Committee on Public Health.
reported favorably, April 10, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 15, re-referred to Commit-

tee on Public Health....
163. To amend Act No. 317, Public Acts of 1921-an act to license and regu-

late the business of making loans:
file No. 144.
introduced by Senator Herald.
received April 3, referred to Committee on State Affairs..
reported favorably, April 8, placed on general orders.
motion to discharge Committee of Whole from further considera-

tion, did not prevail, April 15.....
considered in Committee of Whole, April 15, amended, placed on

order of third reading......
read third time, passed, returned, April 16..
re-received from Senate, April 17, with notice of non-concurrence

in House amendment. House recedes from its amendment, re

returned

Public Act No. 181.
165. To provide for the establishment of commercial forest reserves and

for the administration and taxation thereof:
file No. 146.
introduced by Senator Pearson.
received March 25, referred to Committee on Conservation..
reported amended, April 8, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 9, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, returned, April 10.

Public Act No. 94.
166. To amend Act No. 138, Public Acts of 1921-an act to promote the

establishing of deep-water connections between the Great Lakes

and the Atlantic Ocean:
file No 147.
introduced by Senator Truettner.
received March 23, referred to Committee on State Affairs...
reported favorably, March 24, referred to Committee on Ways and

Means
reported favorably, ordered to be known as the “Truettner-Greene

Bill,” April 1, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 2, placed on order of third

reading
read third time, April 6, passed for day..
passed, given immediate effect, returned, April 7.

Public Act No. 75.
167. To amend Act No. 283, Public Acts of 1909-expenditure of highway

improvement fund in incorporated villages :
file No. 148.
introduced by Senator Martin.
received March 23, referred to Committee on Roads and Bridges.
reported amended, March 27, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, March 30, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, returned, March 31.

Public Act No. 52.
169. To amend section 4, chapter 42, Revised Statutes of 1846——"Of the

maintenance of illegitimate children:”
file No. 150.
introduced by Senator Karcher.

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received March 30, referred to Committee on Judiciary.
reported favorably, April 15, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 16, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, returned, April 17.

Public Act No. 118.
171. To amend Act No. 278, Public Acts of 1909—to provide that only 225

inhabitants shall be necessary for the incorporation of a village:
file No. 152.
introduced by Senator Martin.
received March 20, referred to Committee on Village Corporations..
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, returned, March 31.

Public Act No. 40.
172. To amend section 76, chapter 16, Revised Statutes of 1846—to remove

limitation on term of office of township treasurer:
file No. 153.
introduced by Senator Martin.
received March 20, referred to Committee on Towns and Counties...
reported favorably, April 17, placed on general orders....
considered in Committee of Whole, April 21, placed on order of

third reading

read third time, not passed, April 23. 173. To amend Act No. 3, Public Acts of 1895- an act to provide that in vil

lages of 500 inhabitants or less, the village council shall not be

obliged to appoint a village marshal:
file No. 154.
introduced by Senator Martin.
received March 30, referred to Committee on Village Corporations..
reported favorably, April 9, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 14, placed on order of

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

April 15..

Public Act No. 105. 174. To amend Act No. 326, Public Acts of 1913—an act to provide that the

board of control shall have the right to designate means of travel

over lands leased by the State:
file No. 155.
introduced by Senator Woodruff.

received April 17, referred to Committee on State Affairs.....
175. To authorize the Department of Public Safety to establish and con-

duct a training school for police:
file No. 156.
introduced by Senator Baxter.
received April 10, referred to Committee on State Affairs..
reported favorably, April 24, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 27, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, title amended, returned, April 28.

Public Act No. 211.
178. To provide for the issuance, sale and payment of bonds to provide

funds for the establishment of a sewage disposal system when

ordered by any competent court, or by the State Board of Health:
file No. 169.
introduced by Senator Howarth.
received March 26, referred to Committee on Judiciary..
reported favorably, April 16, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 17, placed on order of

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third reading read third time, passed, given immediate effect, returned, April 22.. Public Act No. 184.

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773 789

179. To amend Act No. 264, Public Acts of 1917—an act to provide for the

lighting of highways in unincorporated villages:
file No. 170.
introduced by Senator Martin.
received March 20, referred to Committee on Towns and Counties..
reported favorably, ordered to be known as the “Martin-Kirby-

Ormsbee Bill," March 25, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, March 26, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, returned, March 27.

Public Act No. 39.
180. To amend Act No. 156, Public Acts of 1851—to provide for appoint-

ment of wardens in counties of 100,000 or more and for the offer

ing of rewards for the apprehension of criminals:
file No. 171.
introduced by Senator Quinlan.
received March 25, referred to Committee on Towns and Counties..
reported amended, March 29, placed on general orders....
considered in Committee of Whole, March 30, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, returned, May 1.

Public Act No. 262.
182. To prohibit fraud in the manufacture and sale of butter and cream:

file No. 175.
introduced by Senator Butler.
received March 31, referred to Committee on Agriculture..
reported favorably, April 2, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 9, placed on order of third

reading
read third time, passed, returned, April 10.

Public Act No. 78.
183. To amend Act No. 328, Public Acts of 1919-an act to create the Mich-

igan State Athletic Board of Control:
file No. 237.
introduced by Senator Woodruff.
received March 31, referred to Committee on State Affairs.....
reported favorably, April 3, placed on general orders.
referred to Committee on Ways and Means, April 9...
reported amended, April 16, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 17, placed on order of

third reading

read third time, not passed, reconsidered, tabled, April 20..
184. To amend Act No. 164, Public Acts of 1881-Bohn Primary School

Apportionment Bill:
file No. 176.
introduced by Senator Bohn.
received March 20, referred to Committee on Education...
reported favorably, ordered to be known as the “Bohn-Turner

Primary School Apportionment Bill," March 24, placed on general

orders
considered in Committee of Whole, March 25, placed on order of

third reading
made Special Order for Tuesday, March 31, at 2:30 o'clock p. m.,

March 26
read third time, ordered to be known as the “Bohn-Carter-Turner

Bill," passed, returned, March 31.

Public Act No. 53.
185. To regulate finance companies:

file No. 177.
introduced by Senator Greene.
received March 31, referred to Committee on Judiciary.
reported amended, ordered to be known as the "Greene-Palmer

Bill,” April 29, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 30, placed on order of

third reading

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