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Mr. Wm. B. Campbell presented
Petition No. 415.

Petition of the Winterhalter Parent-Teacher's Association and the petition of the Lynch School Parent-Teacher's Association of Detroit asking that an appropriation be made to cover the provisions of the Sheppard-Towner Act.

The petition was referred to the Committee on Public Health.

Mr. Green presented
Petition No. 416.

Petition of the Mainville Truckey Parent-Teacher's Association and The North Side Parent-Teacher's Association of Alpena asking that an appropriation be made to cover the provisions of the Sheppard-Towner Act.

The petition was referred to the Committee on Public Health.

Mr. O'Beirne presented
Petition No. 417.

Petition of Mrs. R. Stony and twenty-seven other citizens of Belding protesting against the Sunday Laws.

The petition was referred to the Committee on State Affairs.

Mr. Skeels presented
Petition No. 418.

Petition of the Kiwanis Club of Muskegon approving the bill appropriating funds for the use of the Conservation Department.

The petition was referred to the Committee on Conservation.

Mr. Peters presented
Petition No. 419.

Petition of E. H. Humphrey and sixty-one other citizens of Monroe county approving the bill authorizing the cancellation of auto driver's licenses if driver is intoxicated.

The petition was referred to the Committee on Liquor Traffic.

Mr. Peters presented
Petition No. 420.

Petition of E. H. Humphrey and sixty-one other citizens of Monroe county approving the bill which provides that the sale of intoxicating liquors which result in the death of purchaser shall be deemed manslaughter; also approving that certain articles may be used as evidence.

The petition was referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

Announcement by Clerk of Printing and Enrollment of Bills.

Thé Clerk announced that the following named bills had been printed and placed upon the files of the members, Wednesday, April 8:

House Bill No. 386 (file No. 290)

A bill to amend Act No. 316, Public Acts of 1923—an act to codify and add to the laws relating to the laying out of drainage districts.

House Bill No. 444 (file No. 291)

A bill to repeal Act No. 109, Public Acts of 1873—an act to provide for the collection of statistical information of the insane, etc.

House Bill No. 241 (file No. 292)

A bill to prescribe a uniform traffic signal for all motor driven fire engines, etc.

House Bill No. 445 (file No. 293)

A bill to amend Act No. 151, Public Acts of 1923—an act to revise and consolidate the laws organizing hospitals for the insane, etc.

House Bill No. 472 (file No. 294)

A bill to amend Act No. 84, Public Acts of 1921—to give bridge corporations power to condemn property for the construction of certain bridges.

House Bill No. 257 (file No. 295)

A bill to amend Act No. 256, Public Acts of 1917–investments of insurance companies.

House Bill No. 470 (file No. 296)—

A bill to amend Act No. 256, Public Acts of 1917—to provide that stock companies may purchase stock of any solvent insurance company.

House Bill No. 301 (file No. 297)-
A bill to provide for the repression of prostitution.
House Bill No. 443 (file No. 298)—

A bill to authorize the assignment of rents and profits of property mortgaged under a trust mortgage or deed of trust in certain cases.

House Bill No. 299 (file No. 299)—

A bill to amend Act No. 101, Public Acts of 1913—an act to fix the number of assistant prosecuting attorneys, etc., in Wayne county.

House Bill No. 225 (file No. 300)—

A bill to prohibit the removal of motor vehicles, purchased on contracts, from the state in which parties to contract resides.

Senate Bill No. 287 (file No. 292)—

A bill to give persons employed on highways in this state the right of way over other traffic.

Reports of Standing Committees.

The Committee on Public Health, by Mr. Haight, Chairman, reported
Senate Bill No. 213 (file No. 210)-

A bill to provide for the construction, maintenance and operation of hospitals and sanatoriums for the treatment of tuberculosis,

With the recommendation that the bill pass.

The bill was referred to the Committee of the Whole and placed on the general orders.

The Committee on Military Affairs, by Mr. Dexter, Chairman, reported
House Bill No. 480—

A bill to make an appropriation for the National Home of the Veterans of Foreign Wars,

With the recommendation that the bill pass.
The bill was referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

The Committee on Military Affairs, by Mr. Dexter, Chairman, reported
House Bill No. 486—
A bill to make an additional appropriation for the building of armories,
With the recommendation that the bill pass.
The bill was referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

The Committee on Military Affairs, by Mr. Dexter, Chairman, reported
Senate Bill No. 206 (file No. 201)-

A bill to authorize the State Administrative Board to assist in defraying the expenses of the National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic,

With the recommendation that the bill pass.
The bill was referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

The Committee on Military Affairs, by Mr. Dexter, Chairman, reported
Senate Bill No. 154 (file No. 132)

A bill 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,

With the recommendation that the following amendment be adopted and that the bill then pass:

1. Amend by striking out all of line 6 of section 72 after the word “States".

The question being on the adoption of the amendment to the bill recommended by the committee,

The amendment was adopted.

The bill was referred to the Committee of the Whole and placed on the general orders.

The Committee on Labor, by Mr. Bartlett, Chairman, reported
House Bill No. 390 (file No. 200)-

A bill to amend Act No. 43, Public Acts of 1921-increasing salaries of commissioners of Department.of Labor and Industry and providing for an additional commissioner, etc.,

With the recommendation that the bill pass.
The bill was referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

The Committee on Transportation, by Mr. Roxburgh, Chairman, reported
House Bill No. 99 (file No. 88.)—
A bill to provide for the better protection of human life at railroad crossings,

With the recommendation that the House concur in the adoption of the Senate substitute.

The Committee on Transportation, by Mr. Roxburgh, Chairman, reported
House Bill No. 344 (file No. 153)-
A bill to authorize the establishment of port districts, etc.

The committee recommended that the accompanying substitute, having the same title, be adopted and that the bill then pass.

The question being on the adoption of the proposed substitute,
The substitute was adopted.

The bill, as substituted, was ordered printed, referred to the Committee of the Whole and placed on the general orders.

The Committee on Judiciary, by Mr. Watson, Chairman, reported
House Bill No. 477–

A bill to amend Act No. 76, Public Acts of 1879, relative to manner of appointment and salary of stenographer in police court of Grand Rapids,

With the recommendation that the following amendment be adopted and that the bill then pass:

1. Amend by inserting in line 12 of section 20, after the word “annum", the words "and such additional amounts as the board of supervisors of the county may by resolution provide,".

The question being on the adoption of the amendment to the bill recommended by the committee,

The amendment was adopted.

The bill was ordered printed, referred to the Committee of the Whole and placed on the general orders.

Mr. Musson entered the House and took his seat.

Messages From the Senate.

The Speaker laid before the House
House Bill No. 130 (file No. 80)—

A bill to amend Act No. 256, Public Acts of 1917—to provide that fraternal benefit societies may hold real estate.

The bill was received from the Senate on Monday, April 6, with an amend. ment made by the Senate, consideration of which was postponed until Tuesday, April 7, and further postponed until today.

(For amendment see p. 685 of the House Journal.)

The question being on concurring in the adoption of the amendment made to the bill by the Senate,

The amendment was concurred in, a majority of all the members-elect voting therefor, by yeas and nays, as follows:

YEAS

Anderson
Armstrong
Beam
Binning

Espie
Evans
Farrand
Fitch

MacDonald
MacKinnon
Madill
McKenzie

Preston
Read, J. Herbert
Reed, Chas. H.
Reid, Archie M.

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The bill was referred to the Clerk for enrol'ment printing and presentation to the Governor.

Mr. Harris entered the House and took his seat.

The Speaker laid before the House
House Bill No. 137 (file No. 49)-

A bill to amend Act No. 188, Public Acts of 1899—an act to provide for the taxation of inheritances.

The bill was received from the Senate on Wednesday, April 8, with certain amendments made by the Senate, consideration of which was postponed until today under the rules.

(For amendments see p. 752 of the House Journal.)

The .question being on concurring in the adoption of the amendments made to the bill by the Senate,

The amendments were not concurred in, a majority of all the members-elect not voting therefor, by yeas and nays, as follows:

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The Speaker laid before the House
House Bill No. 346 (file No. 174)-
A bill to regulate the carrying of hunting arms.

The bill was received from the Senate on Wednesday, April 8, with an amendment made by the Senate, consideration of which was postponed until today under the rules.

(For amendment see p. 753 of the House Journal.)

The question being on concurring in the adoption of the amendment made to bill by the Senate,

The amendment was concurred in, a majority of all the members-elect voting therefor, by yeas and nays, as follows:

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The bill was referred to the Clerk for enrollment printing and presentation to the Governor.

Introduction of Bills.

Mr. Murphy introduced
House Bill No. 489, entitled

A bill to regulate voluntary and unincorporated associations; to provide for the filing of documents and statements concerning political matter; to prohibit

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