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introduced by Senator Bohn.

received March 27, referred to Committee on Elections.. 202. To provide that a married woman may make contracts:

file No. 197.
introduced by Senator Bohn.

received March 27, referred to Committee on Elections....
206. To authorize the State Administrative Board to assist in defraying the

expenses of the National Encampment of the Grand Army of the

Republic:
file No. 201.
introduced by Senator Gansser.
received April 6, referred to Committee on Military Affairs....
reported favorably, April 9, referred to Committee on Ways and

Means
reported amended, April 17, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 21, placed on order of third

reading
read third time, passed, title amended, returned, April 22.

Public Act No. 206.
209. To provide for the licensing and regulation of private employment

agencies:
file No. 204.
introduced by Senator Quinlan.
received March 31, referred to Committee on Labor..
reported amended, April 21, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 23, amended, placed on

order of third reading...
read third time, amended, passed, returned, April 24.
retransmission by Senate requested, April 28.
re-received from Senate, April 28, tabled...
taken from table, April 29, rule suspended, reconsidered, amended,

passed, re-returned

Public Act No. 255.
210. To amend Act No. 164, Public Acts of 1881—school libraries:

file No. 205.
introduced by Senator Baxter.
received April 3, referred to Committee on Education..
reported favorably, April 14, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 15, plaeed on order of

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

Public Act No. 112.
211. To fix standard grades for apples, etc.:

file No. 208.
introduced by Senator Leland.
received March 31, referred to Committee on Horticulture..
reported favorably, April 2, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 9, placed on order of third

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

Public Act No. 82.
213. To provide for the construction, maintenance and operation of hospi-

tals and sanatoriums for the treatment of tuberculosis:
file No. 210.
introduced by Senator Greene.
received March 31, referred to Committee on Public Health....
reported favorably, April 9, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 14, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, April 15, consideration postponed one day.
amended, passed, returned, April 16....

Public Act No. 177.
214. To amend Act No. 2, Public Acts of 1925——to provide that common

carriers shall keep separate records of gasoline shipments: file No. 211.

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introduced by Senator Atwood.
received March 31, referred to Committee on General Taxation..
reported favorably, April 3, placed on general orders....
considered in Committee of Whole, April 9, placed on order of third

reading
read third time, passed, given immediate effect, returned, April 10..

Public Act No. 77.
216. To provide for the marking of public highways and to regulate the

erecting and maintaining of signs, advertising devices, etc.:
file No. 213.
introduced by Senator Herrick.
received April 7, referred to Committee on Roads and Bridges...
reported favorably, April 10, placed on general orders....
considered in Committee of Whole, April 15, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, given immediate effect, returned, April 16..

Public Act No. 108.
217. To amend Act No. 269, Public Acts of 1909—to change the name of

Michigan Agricultural College to Michigan State College of Agri

culture and Applied Science:
file No. 214.
introduced by Senator Horton.
received March 31, referred to Committee on Agricultural College..
reported favorably, April 7, placed on general orders....
considered in Committee of Whole, April 9, placed on order of third

reading
read third time, passed, ordered to be known as the “Horton-

McKinnon Bill," and to take effect May 13, returned, April 13....

Public Act No. 153.
218. To regulate the purchase of domestic fowl:

file No. 215.
introduced by Senator Young.

received April 8, referred to Committee on State Affairs. 219. To amend Act No. 164, Public Acts of 1881-school census:

file No. 216.
introduced by Senator Truettner.
received April 10, referred to Committee on Education...
reported favorably, April 14, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 15, referred to Committee

on Ways and Means..
reported favorably, April 16, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 23, amended, placed on

order of third reading.....
read third time, April 24, passed for day.
tabled, April 28..
taken from table, April 28, amended, passed, returned..
re-received from Senate, April 29, with notice of non-concurrence

in House amendments. House requested conference...
re-received with conference granted, April 30, conferees named.
conference report adopted, May 1, re-returned..

Public Act No. 301.
220. To regulate the separating of grades at crossings of railroads with

public streets and highways:
file No. 217.
introduced by Senator Quinlan.
received April 6, referred to Committee on Roads and Bridges...
reported favorably, April 10. placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 15, placed on order of

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

Public Act No. 114.
222. To amend Act No. 321, Public Acts of 1923—weight and speed of cer-

tain motor vehicles: file No. 219.

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introduced by Senator Hinkley:
received April 15, referred to Committee on Roads and Bridges..... 846
reported amended, April 28, placed on general orders..

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considered in Committee of Whole, April 29, placed on order of
third reading

1121 read third time, passed, title amended, given immediate effect, returned, April 30.

1152 Public Act No. 300. 223. To create a game refuge in the county of Roscommon:

file No. 220.
introduced by Senator Karcher.
received April 6, referred to Committee on Conservation....

686 224. To amend Act No. 209, Public Acts of 1923—an act to regulate and

define common carriers:
file No. 221.
introduced by Senator Karcher.

received April 14, referred to Committee on Public Utilities.... 827 225. To provide for the purchase and condemnation of private property

for public highway purposes: file No. 222. introduced by Senator Atwood. received April 7, referred to Committee on Roads and Bridges... 727 reported favorably, April 10, placed on general orders....

784 considered in Committee of Whole, April 15, amended, placed on order of third reading...

868 referred to Committee on Judiciary on motion, April 16.

896 reported amended, April 28, placed on general orders..

1071 considered in Committee of Whole, April 29, placed on order of third reading

1121 read third time, passed, given immediate effect, returned, April 30.. 1150

Public Act No. 352.
226. To amend Act No. 113, Public Acts of 1909-an act regulating steam

vessels and vessels operated by machinery:
file No. 224.
introduced by Senator Woodruff.
received April 6, referred to Committee on State Affairs....

686 reported favorably, April 8, placed on general orders..

734 considered in Committee of Whole, April 9, referred to Committee on Ways and Means.....

774 reported favorably, April 16, placed on general orders..

875 considered in Committee of Whole, April 17, placed on order of third reading ...

912 read third time, passed, returned, April 20.

929 Public Act No. 123. 227. To amend Act No. 126, Public Acts of 1921-to increase penalty for

violation of law in relation to lights on certain vehicles:
file No. 225.
introduced by Senator Martin.
received April 6, referred to Committee on Roads and Bridges...

686 reported amended, April 24, placed on general orders....

1008 Considered in Committee of Whole, April 27, placed on order of third reading

1050 read third time, passed, title amended, returned, April 28..

1061 Public Act No. 212. 228. To create a district or refuge in Ingham County to be known as

"Pine Lake Wild Life Sanctuary:" file No. 226. introduced by Senator Young. received March 31, referred to Committee on Conservation..... 627 reported favorably, April 7, nlaced on general orders....

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

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

792 Public Act No. 80.

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229. To provide for the making and maintenance of certain public improve

ments by two adjoining municipalities and for the assessment

of the cost thereof:
file No. 227.
introduced by Senator Herald.
received April 3, referred to Committee on State Affairs..
reported favorably, April 8, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 9, amended, placed on order

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

Public Act No. 81.
230. To amend section 15, chapter 94, Revised Statutes of 1846—“Of

Criminal Proceedings before Justices of the Peace:"
file No. 228.
introduced by Senator Herald.

received April 6, referred to Committee on Judiciary.. 233. To establish the Michigan State Board of Accountancy:

file No. 231.
introduced by Senator Condon.
received April 8, referred to Committee on State Affairs.
reported amended, April 24, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 28, amended, referred to

Committee on Ways and Means..
reported favorably, April 28, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 29, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, returned, April 30.

Public Act No. 353.
235. To permit railroad companies and street railway companies to use

motor vehicles not running upon rails:
file No. 233.
introduced by Senator Karcher.
received April 21, referred to Committee on Public Utilities...
reported favorably, April 23, placed on general orders.....
considered in Committee of Whole, April 28, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, passed, returned, April 29.

vetoed.
236. To authorize the State Prison Commission to sell and convey to the

city of Jackson certain lands situated within said city:
file No. 234.
introduced by Senator Brower.
received April 8, referred to Committee on State Affairs.
reported favorably, May 2, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, May 2, placed on order of third

reading
rule suspended, May 2, placed upon immediate passage.
read third time, passed, given immediate effect, returned, May 2.

Public Act No. 317.
237. To authorize villages to expend, out of the general fund, not to exceed

fifteen hundred dollars for sprinkling:
file No. 235.
introduced by enator Brower.
received April 3, 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, returned, April 16.
retransmission from Senate requested, April 17..
re-received from Senate, April 17, given immediate effect, re-

returned
retransmission from Senate requested, April 24.
re-received from Senate, April 24, title amended, re-returned.
Public Act No. 180.

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238. To authorize the State Prison Commission to sell certain lands in the

city of Jackson:
file No. 236.
introduced by Senator Brower.
received April 8, referred to Committee on Michigan State Prison..
reported favorably, May 2, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, May 2, placed on order of third

reading ...
rule suspended, May 2, placed upon immediate passage.
read third time, passed, given immediate effect, returned, May 2...

Public Act No. 316.
240. To provide for appointment of assistant Secretary of State:

file No. 243.
introduced by Senator Condon.
received April 10, referred to Committee on Judiciary...
reported favorably, April 16, referred to Committee on Ways and

Means
reported favorably, April 17, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 21, placed on order of

third reading ...
read third time, passed, returned, April 23.
retransmission by Senate requested, April 27.
re-received from Senate, April 27, given immediate effect, re-

returned

vetoed.
241 To amend sections 2 and 3, chapter 169, Revised Statutes of 1846-

fees of justices of the peace and constables:
file No. 244.
introduced by Senator Herald.

received April 8, referred to Committee on Judiciary....
242. To amend Act No. 205, Public Acts of 1881—to increase certain fees

of justices of the peace:
file No. 245.
introduced by Senator Herald.

received April 7, referred to Committee on Judiciary....
243. To amend Act No. 6, Public Acts of 1907, Extra Session-mother's

pension:
file No. 246.
introduced by Senator Hunter.
received April 7, referred to Committee on Judiciary...
reported favorably, April 9, 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. 117.
244. To amend Act No. 314, Public Acts of 1915—Judicature Act-con-

tested wills:
file No. 247.
introduced by Senator Hunter.
received April 7, referred to Committee on Judiciary...
reported favorably, 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.

Public Act No. 97.
245. To amend Act No. 314, Public Acts of 1915—Judicature Act-adoption

of children:
file No. 248.
introduced by Senator Hunter.
received April 7, referred to Committee on Judiciary.
reported favorably, April 9, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 14, placed on order of

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