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

1121 read third time, passed, returned, April 30.

1154 Public Act No. 266. 289. To amend Act No. 152, Public Acts of 1885-Michigan Soldiers' Home

to increase compensation of members of board:
file No. 294.
introduced by Senator Quinlan.
received April 24, rule suspended, referred to Committee on Ways
and Means

1013 reported favorably, April 28, placed on general orders.

1064 considered in Committee of Whole, April 29, placed on order of third reading ....

1121 read third time, passed, given immediate effect, returned, April 30.. 1148

Public Act No. 265. 290. To amend Act No. 91, Laws of Michigan of 1839—an act to provide for

the recording of town plats: file No. 295. introduced by Senator Howarth. received April 17, referred to Committee on Towns and Counties.... 916 reported amended, May 1, placed on general orders....

1214 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, amended, passed, returned, May 2....

1229 Public Act No. 360. 293. To apportion representatives among the several counties of the State:

file No. 307.
introduced by Senator Howarth.
received April 16, referred to Committee on Apportionment..... 903
reported amended, April 22, amendments not concurred in, placed
on general orders on motion.....

951
considered in Committee of Whole, April 23, placed on order of
third reading ...

1003 rule suspended, placed upon immediate passage, April 23.

1004 read third time, passed, returned, April 23....

1004 Public Act No. 152. 295. To amend Act No. 73, Public Acts of 1923—trout streams:

file No. 300.
introduced by Senator Butler.
received April 27, referred to Committee on Fish and Fisheries.... 1038
reported favorably, April 28, placed on general orders...

1081
considered in Committee of Whole, April 30, amended, placed on
order of third reading

1157 read third time, passed, returned, May 2.

1225 Public Act No. 309. 297. To provide for the appointment of a calendar clerk for Saginaw county:

file No. 303.
introduced by Senator Penney.
received April 27, referred to Committee on Judiciary..

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

1081 considered in Committee of Whole, April 29, placed on order of third reading

1121 read third time, passed, given immediate effect, returned, May 2... 1224

Public Act No. 308.
298. To amend sections 6 and 19, chapter 163, Revised Statutes of 1846—

appearance of persons liberated on recognizances:
file No. 305.
introduced by Senator Woodruff.

received April 17, referred to Committee on Judiciary.

908 reported favorably, May 1, placed on general orders...

1167 rule suspended, May 1, placed upon immediate passage.

1191 read third time, passed, returned, May 1......

1195 Public Act No. 302. 301. To repeal Act No. 207, Public Acts of 1923—an act to limit the amount

of land which may be held by fishing, hunting, etc., corpora

tions:
file No. 306.
introduced by Senator Pearson.
received April 22, referred to Committee on Conservation..

957 reported favorably, April 23, placed on general orders..

982 considered in Committee of Whole, April 24, placed on order of third reading

1024 read third time, not passed, April 30.....

1141 303. To empower cities and villages to levy a special tax for advertising

purposes: file No. 310. introduced by Senator Woodruff. received April 27, referred to Committee on City Corporations... 1055 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, passed, given immediate effect, returned, May 2.... 1226

Public Act No. 359. 304 To amend Act No. 116, Public Acts of 1923–to authorize township

boards to provide for storm sewers and water supply in certain

platted lands and unplatted lands adjacent thereto: file No. 311. introduced by Senator Howarth. received April 27, referred to Committee on Towns and Counties.... 1039 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, passed, returned, May 1..

1171 Public Act No. 263. 305. To authorize incorporated villages and cities of the fourth and fifth

classes to dispose of their gas, electric and other lighting plants: file No. 313. introduced by Senator Gettel. received April 24, referred to Committee on Village Corporations.. 1014 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, passed, given immediate effect, returned, May 1.... 1171

Public Act No. 261.
307. To provide additional punishment by whipping for robbers and mur-

derers:
file No. 315.
introduced by Senator Wood.
received April 28, referred to Committee on Judiciary..

1078 309. To repeal Act No. 198, Public Acts of 1873—an act to revise the laws

providing for the incorporation of railrotd bridge and tunnel com

panies: file No. 317. introduced by Senator Gansser. received April 27, referred to Committee on Public Utilities..... 1055 reported favorably, April 28, placed on general orders.

1073 considered in Committee of Whole, April 29, placed on order of third reading

1121 read third time, passed, given immediate effect, returned, May 2..... 1224 vetoed.

311. To amend Act No. 118, Public Acts of 1893—relative to reduction in

sentences of convicts:
file No. 319.
introduced by Senator Cummings.
received May 1, referred to Committee on State Affairs....

1216 313. To provide for the installation of first-aid kits on railroad and inter

urban trains: file No. 320. introduced by Senator Cummings. received April 30, referred to Committee on Transportation........ 1163

PART IV.

HISTORY OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS IN THE HOUSE.

53 147

171 193

234 242

93 147

171 232 330 340

436

(References are to page numbers of the Journal.) 1. Proposing submitting to the qualified electors the question of holding

a Constitutional Convention for the purpose of a general revision

of the Constitution:
file No. 36.
introduced by Mr. Dykstra, January 20, referred to Committee on

Revision and Amendment of the Constitution...
reported favorably, February 13, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, February 18, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, not passed, reconsidered, tabled, February 23.
taken from table, March 3, made Special Order for March 4, at 2:30

o'clock p. m.

passed, transmitted, March 4..
2. Proposing an amendment to section 5, article 8 of the Constitution,

relative to term of office of county sheriff:
file No. 37.
introduced by Mr. Look, January 29, referred to Committee on Revi-

sion and Amendment of the Constitution....
reported favorably, February 13, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, February 18, placed on order of

third reading
read third time, amended, passed, transmitted, March 3..
returned from Senate with amendment, March 13; laid over one day
Senate amendment concurred in, March 16, ordered enrolled.......
enrolled No. 1.

filed with Secretary of State, March 23..
3. Proposing an amendment to section 14, article 11 of the Constitution

—to provide that fines assessed for breach of the penal laws shall

be placed in the general fund of incorporated villages, etc.:
file No. 35.
introduced by Mr. Warner, February 5, referred to Committee on

Revision and Amendment of the Constitution...
reported favorably, February 13, placed on general orders.
re-referred to Committee on Revision and Amendment of the Con-

stitution, February 19.......
4. Proposing the annulment of sections 1, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8 of article 10 of

the Constitution, and the addition of a new section relative to an

income tax law:
file No. 152.
introduced by Mr. Snow, March 5, referred to Committee on Revi-

sion and Amendment of the Constitution.
printing requested, March 6......
ordered printed, March 17..
printed copies filed, March 20..
reported without recommendation, April 2, placed on general orders

on motion
considered in Committee of Whole, April 8, placed on order of third

reading
read third time, amended, referred to Committee on General Taxa-

tion, April 9....
5. Proposing an amendment to article 13 of the Constitution-condemna-

tion of property for parks, boulevards, etc.:
file No. 235.
introduced by Mr Culver, March 11, referred to Committee on Revi-

sion and Amendment of the Constitution.

111 147

178

254 269 361 434

645

.746

768

303

reported favorably, March 26, placed on general orders....

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

655 read third time, passed, transmitted, April 7.

716 returned from Senate without amendment, April 24, ordered enrolled 1016 enrolled No. 2. deposited in office of Secretary of State, May 4..

1253 6. Proposing an amendment to section 9, article 5, of the Constitution

increasing compensation of members of the legislature:
file No. 237.
introduced by Mr. Palmer, March 11, referred to Committee on
Revision and Amendment of the Constitution......

303 reported favorably, March 26, placed on general orders.

549 considered in Committee of Whole, April 7, placed on order of third reading

725 read third time, not passed, April 8..

742 reconsidered, tabled, April 8..

746 taken from table, April 16, amended, passed, transmitted.

889 returned from Senate without amendment, ordered enrolled, April 28 1068 enrolled No. 3. deposited in office of Secretary of State, May 4..

1253 7. Proposing an amendment to section 9, article 6 of the Constitution,

relative to reprieves, commutations, pardons and paroles : introduced by Mr. Gillett, March 16, referred to Committee on Revision and Amendment of the Constitution...

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