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246. To amend Act No. 314, Public Acts of 1915-Judicature Act-contracts

of deceased persons:
file No. 249.
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. 96.
248. To authorize the conversion of the Industrial School for Boys into a

State Technical School for Boys:
file No. 251.
introduced by Senator Quinlan.
received April 8, referred to Committee on Industrial School for

Boys
reported favorably, April 14, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, April 15, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, April 16, amended, passed for day.
amended, passed, title amended, returned, April 22.

Public Act No. 185.
249. To authorize the conversion of the Industrial Home for Girls at Adrian

into the “Girls' Training School:”
file No. 252.
introduced by Senator Woodruff.
received April 14, referred to Committee on Industrial Home for

Girls
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.

Public Act No. 183.
254. To authorize the State Administrative Board to sell and convey cer-

tain primary school lands to the school district of the City of

Lansing:
file No. 257.
introduced by Senator Young.
received April 8, referred to Committee on State Affairs....:
reported favorably, April 29, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 30, placed on order of

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

Public Act No. 264.
255. To provide for zoning of cities having 50,000 to 100,000 inhabitants:

file No. 258.
introduced by Senator Penney.
received April 7, referred to Committee on City Corporations..
reported favorably, April 15, placed on general orders..
referred to Committee on Judiciary on motion, April 16..
reported amended, April 30, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, May 1, amended, placed on

order of third reading....
rule suspended, placed upon immediate passage, May 1.
read third time, amended, passed, returned, May 1....

Public Act No. 358.
256. To provide for the construction, etc., of bridges:

file No. 259.
introduced by Senator Bernie L. Case.
received April 10, referred to Committee on Roads and Bridges...
reported amended, April 28, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 29, placed on order of

third reading ...
read third time, passed, given immediate effect, April 30..

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reconsidered, April 30, amended, passed, given immediate effect,
returned ...

1155 Public Act No. 354. 258. To empower justices of the peace to perform official acts and exer

cise jurisdiction in criminal causes in any part of the county in

which elected and qualified:
file No. 261.
introduced by Senator Pearson.
received April 14, referred to Committee on Judiciary.

835 reported favorably, April 15, placed on general orders.

844 considered in Committee of Whole, April 16, placed on order of third reading

900 read third time, passed, returned, April 21.

939 Public Act No. 124. 260. To provide for the issuance of licenses to non-resident insurance

agents:
file No. 263.
introduced by Senator Gansser.
received April 27, referred to Committee on Insurance.

1038 reported favorably, April 28, placed on general orders.

1065 considered in Committee of Whole, April 29, placed on order of third reading

1121 read third time, passed, returned, May 2.

1223 Public Act No. 310. 261. To amend Act No. 285, Public Acts of 1909—to require employers of

children under 18 to secure school certificates:
file No. 264.
introduced by Senator Hunter.
received April 27, referred to Committee on Labor....

1054 reported favorably, April 29, placed on general orders.

1084 considered in Committee of Whole, April 30, placed on order of third reading

1156 read third time, amended, passed, returned, May 2..

1226 Public Act No. 312. 262. To authorize the State Board of Agriculture to convey to the United

States government a tract of land for a weather station observa

tory:
file No. 265.
introduced by Senator Atwood.
received April 7, referred to Committee on Federal Relations..

728 reported favorably, April 9, placed on general orders..

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

836 read third time, passed, returned, April 15.

859 Public Act No. 98. 263. To provide for the assent of the State to the purposes of the grants

of money authorized by Act of Congress for Agricultural experi

ment stations:
file No. 266.
introduced by Senator Atwood.
received April 7, referred to Committee on Agriculture....

728 reported favorably, April 10, placed on general orders.

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

837 read third time, passed, returned, April 15.

863 Public Act No. 106. 264. To require banks and trust companies to obtain the written consent

of the commissioner of the banking department in the establish

ment of branch offices: file No. 267. introduced by Senator Bernie L. Case. received April 24, referred to Committee on Private Corporations.. 1013 reported without recommendation, May 1, placed on general orders on motion

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considered in Committee of Whole, May 2, placed on order of third
reading

1228 rule suspended, May 2, placed upon immediate passage.

1228 read third time, not passed, May 2......

1231 265. To authorize the State Administrative Board to construct and equip

a building at the Michigan Agricultural College for certain pur

poses: file No. 268. introduced by Senator Horton. received April 7, referred to Committee on Agricultural College...: 728 reported favorably, April 10, referred to Committee on Ways and Means

785 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, given immediate effect, returned, April 20.. 930

Public Act No. 119.
266. To authorize the performance of an autopsy on certain unclaimed

dead human bodies:
file No. 269.
introduced by Senator Penney.
received April 8, referred to Committee on Public Health.....

738 reported favorably, April 10, placed on general orders...

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

868 read third time, passed, returned..

897 Public Act No. 115. 268. To amend Act No. 6, Public Acts of 1907, Extra Session-to increase

compensation of certain judges of probate:
file No. 271.
introduced by Senator Bernie L. Case.
received April 23, referred to Committee on Judiciary...

992 reported favorably, April 27, placed on general orders...

1055 considered in Committee of Whole, April 28, placed on order of third reading

1070 read third time, passed, returned.

1116 Public Act No. 259. 269. To regulate the sale of fireworks:

file No. 272.
introduced by Senator Brower.
received April 8, referred to Committee on Judiciary...

752 reported amended, May 1, placed on general orders..

1184 rule suspended, May 1, placed upon immediate passage.

1191 read third time, not passed, reconsidered, tabled, May 1.

1197 taken from table, May 1, passed, given immediate effect, returned.. 1205

Public Act No. 355. 270. To provide that State trunk line highway No. 34 shall hereafter be

known as “Carlton Road:” file No. 273. introduced by Senator Horton. received April 8, referred to Committee on Roads and Bridges.... 752 reported favorably, April 10, placed on general orders....

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

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

896 Public Act No. 113. 271. To amend Act No. 314, Public Acts of 1915—Judicature Act-relative

to counties where suits may be commenced:
file No. 274.
introduced by Senator Brower.
received April 14, referred to Committee on Judiciary....

835 273. To provide for the nomination and election of delegates to political

conventions and to regulate primary elections in counties of not
less than two hundred fifty thousand inhabitants :

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file No. 276.
introduced by Senator Wood.
received April 10, referred to Committee on Elections....
reported iavorably, April 22, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 23, placed on order of

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

Public Act No. 116.
274. To cancel indebtedness to State for money advanced for stadium at

Michigan Agricultural College:
file No. 277.
introduced by Senator Pearson.
received April 8, referred to Committee on Agricultural College....
reported favorably, April 24, 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, not passed, April 30.
276. To restore to the Michigan Public Utilities Commission all rights, in-

cluding those given to the Michigan Railroad Commission:
file No. 279.
introduced by Senator Brower.
received April 8, referred to Committee on Public Utilities...
reported favorably, ordered to be known as the “Brower-Lawson

Bill,” April 10, placed on general orders....

referred to Committee on Judiciary on motion, April 15.
277. To make an appropriation for the Roosevelt American Legion Hospital

at Camp Custer:
file No. 280.
introduced by Senator Brower.
received April 24, rule suspended, referred to Committee on Ways

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

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

Public Act No. 249.
278. To amend Act No. 124, Public Acts of 1883–to authorize counties to

take private property for public use:
file No. 281.
introduced by Senator Brower.
received April 14, referred to Committee on Village Corporations..
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, returned, April 29.

Public Act No. 256.
279. To amend Act No. 188, Public Acts of 1913—fire escapes on hotels, etc.:

file No. 282.
introduced by Senator Young.

received April 17, referred to Committee on State Affairs...
280. To amend Act No. 283, Public Acts of 1909-determining damages in

connection with highway work:
file No. 283.
introduced by Senator Atwood.
received April 10, referred to Committee on Roads and Bridges...
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, given immediate effect, returned, April 23..

Public Act No. 191.
281. To authorize village county seats to borrow money and issue bonds

for the purpose of buying or building a court house or jail: file No. 284.

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introduced by Senator William L. Case.
received April 13, referred to Committee on Towns and Counties....
reported favorably, April 17, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 21, amended, placed on

order of third reading...
read third time, passed, title ended, returned, April 23.

Public Act No. 209.
282. To amend Act No. 130, Public Acts of 1917—to permit members of

township boards, etc., to serve as members of district boards of

health:
file No. 285.
introduced by Senator Herald.
received April 21, referred to Committee on Public Health...
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. 267.
283. To prohibit the use of seines in trout streams:

file No. 288.
introduced by Senator Wood.

received April 17, referred to Committee on Fish and Fisheries..... 284. To provide certain requirements in written instruments conveying or

mortgaging real estate or any interest therein and to repeal Act

No. 79, Public Acts of 1915:
file No. 289.
introduced by Senator Brower.
received April 14, referred to Committee on Judiciary.
reported amended, May 1, placed on general orders...
rule suspended, May 1, placed upon immediate passage.
read third time, passed, returned, May 1......
re-received from Senate, May 2, with notice of non-concurrence

in House amendments. House requested conference.
re-received with conference granted, May 2, conferees named.

conference report not adopted, May 2, re-returned....
285. To make an appropriation for purchase of site for an erection of

Tuberculosis Sanatorium:
file No. 290.
introduced by Senator Brower.
received April 14, referred to Committee on State Affairs.....
reported favorably, April 16, referred to Committee on Ways and

Means
reported favorably, April 17, placed on general orders.
re-referred to Committee on Ways and Means, April 22.
reported favorably, April 27, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 28, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, not passed, April 29.
reconsidered, April 30, tabled.
taken from table, May 1, passed, returned.

Public Act No. 357.
286. To make an appropriation to erect and establish a Women's Train-

ing School at the village of Okemos, Ingham county:
file No. 291.
introduced by Senator Brower.

received April 17, referred to Committee on State Affairs....... 288. To repeal Act No. 358, Public Acts of 1917-an act to provide for the

protection of fish in Lake Pleasant and Elk Lake, county of

Lapeer:
file No. 293.
introduced by Senator Butler.
received April 21, referred to Committee on Fish and Fisheries....
reported favorably, April 28, placed on general orders..

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