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22. An act making an appropriation of_twenty-five thousand dol

lars as a working capital for the Eastern Michigan Asylum.

Approved March 30, 1893.. 23. An act to prohibit the taking, catching or destruction of fish

in Raisin river of this State. Approved March 29, 1893.. 24. An act to prevent the killing, hunting or molesting in any

way of Mongolian and English [pheasants] pheasant for å
period of five years, and to regulate the time for hunting
and for selling or offering for sale the same after that period.

Approved March 30, 1893.---
25. An act to amend act number one hundred twenty-six of the

session laws of eighteen hundred sixty-three, entitled “An act to provide for and regulate the transfer of personal estates held in trust," approved March seventeen, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, the same being compiler's sections number five thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, five thousand eight hundred and thirty-two and five thousand eight hundred and thirty-three of chapter two hundred and twenty of Howell's Annotated Statutes of the State of Mich

igan. Approved March 30, 1893...
26. An act to amend sections two and four of an act entitled “An

act to provide for the assessment of property and the levy
of taxes thereon, and for the collection of taxes heretofore
and hereafter levied, and to repeal act number one hundred
and ninety-five of the session laws of one thousand eight
hundred and eighty-nine, except as provided in this act, and
all other acts or parts of acts in anywise contravening any
of the provisions of this act," approved July seventh, eight-
een hundred and ninety-one, being act two hundred of the
public acts of eighteen hundred and ninety-one. Approved

March 30, 1893
27. An act to repeal act number thirty-five of the laws of

eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, entitled "An act to create
a soldier's aid fund for disabled Michigan soldiers,' sailors
and marines, and Michigan men who have served in the
late war in other state organizations or in the forces of the
United States," and to repeal act number thirty-one, session
laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-three, entitled "An act
for the relief of sick, disabled and needy soldiers,' approved
February eighteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, also
act number thirty-six, session laws of eighteen hundred and
sixty-seven, being “An act to provide a temporary home for
disabled Michigan soldiers,' approved March eighth, eighteen
hundred and sixty-seven; also act number one hundred and
fourteen of session laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-
seven, entitled 'An act to provide a soldier's permanent
home commission, and to define its duties,' approved March
twenty-six, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven; also act num-
ber two hundred and twenty-eight of session laws of eight-
een hundred and sixty-five, being 'An act making an
appropriation for the soldier's relief fund,'” approved March

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sixteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine; and to provide for
the disposition of all money heretofore appropriated under
the provisions of said act not yet expended. Approved
March 31, 1893..

28 28. An act to amend sections three and five of act number one

hundred eleven of the public acts of Michigan of eighteen
hundred ninety-one, being "An act providing for the appoint-
ment, defining the duties and fixing the compensation of a
stenographer for the thirty-third judicial circuit.” Approved
April 7, 1893..

29 29. An act making an appropriation for the purchase of books

for the State Library for the years eighteen hundred ninety-
three and eighteen hundred ninety-four. Approved April 7,
1893...

31 30. An act to repeal act number two of the public acts of

Michigan, approved January twenty, eighteen hundred
ninety-one, entitled “An act to amend section one of act
number four hundred and fifty of the laws of Michigan of
the year eighteen hundred and seventy-one, entitled · An act
to provide for the protection and preservation of fish in cer-
tain lakes of Cass and Berrien counties, approved April
fifteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-one.' Approved
April 7, 1893.

31 31. An act to protect the fish in Saginaw river and its tributaries. Approved April 14, 1893.

32 32. An act to prohibit catching or taking small mouth black bass

in Walloon lake, situate in the counties of Charlevoix and
Emmet. Approved April 14, 1893.---

32 33. An act to amend sections four and five of act number one

hundred forty-five of the session laws of eighteen hundred
sixty-seven, entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation
of masonic lodges," as amended by act number one hundred
eighty of the session laws of eighteen hundred sixty-seven,
the same being compiler's sections four thousand four hun.
dred seventy-five and four thousand four hundred seventy-six

of Howell's Annotated Statutes. Approved April 14, 1893.. 33 34. An act to amend sections one, four, five and six of act number

one hundred forty-seven of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninety-one, approved June nineteen, eighteen hundred ninety-one, being an act entitled "An act to provide for the election of a county commissioner of schools, for the appointment of school examiners, and to define the duties and fix the compensation for the same, and to repeal all existing acts or parts of acts conflicting with the provisions of this act.” Approved April 18, 1893.

34 35. An act making appropriations for the current expenses of the

State Normal School for the years one thousand eight hundred and ninety-three and one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four. Approved April 18, 1893

37 36. An act to repeal all of act number one hundred and seventy

two of the public Acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine

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and being compiler's section nine thousand eight hundred

and eighty-one c Howell's Annotated Statutes, entitled “An

act relative to the confinement in this State, of persons com-

mitted or sentenced by the courts of the United States or of

the territories thereof." Approved April 18, 1893

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37. An act to prohibit the taking or catching or attempting

the taking or catching in any of the rivers or inland waters,

of either of the counties of Macomb, St. Clair, Lapeer or Oak-

land excepting the river and lake St. Clair by seine, drag,

pound or gill net, or any other device or means, except by

hook and line, fish used or that may be used as bait; and

to prescribe penalties for the violation of this act. Approved

April 19, 1893

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38. An act to provide for the construction of a coal house and

purchase of one machinist's lathe for the Michigan Asylum

for Dangerous and Criminal Insane, and to make payment

for the same out of the surplus moneys in the hands of the

superintendent of said asylum. Approved April 19, 1893.--38

39. An act to provide for the incorporation of supreme and

subordinate senates of the Knights of the Ancient Essenic

Order. Approved April 19, 1893.

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40. An act to amend chapter one hundred and eighteen of the

revised statutes of eighteen hundred and forty-six, entitled

" The voluntary dissolution of corporations and of the

abatement of suits by and against them," being compiler's

chapter two hundred and eighty-two of second Howell's

Annotated Statutes of Michigan, by adding a new section

to said chapter one hundred and eighteen, to stand as sec-

tion thirty-nine. Approved April 25, 1893..

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41. An act making an appropriation for additional buildings

for the Michigan Mining School at Houghton, Michigan,

for the further equipment of the same, and for the sup-

port and mintenance of said Mining School for the years

eighteen hundred and ninety-three and eighteen hundred

and ninety-four, and to amend section seven of act number

two hundred and thirty-nine of the public acts of the State

of Michigan of the year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven,

entitled "An act making an appropriation for the erection

and equipment of a suitable building for the use of the

Mining School at Houghton, in the upper peninsula of

Michigan, including all permanent fixtures, heating and

lighting apparatus, etc.," approved June twenty-four eighteen

hundred and eighty-seven. Approved April 25, 1893

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42. An act to change the name of Jessie Wooley to Jessie
Elizabeth Fisher. Approved April 25, 1893.

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43. An act to amend section one of act number one hundred

forty-three of the session laws of eighteen hundred sixty-one

entitled "An act to exempt sewing machines from levy and

sale on execution,” approved March thirteen, eighteen hun.

dred sixty-one, being section seven thousand seven hundred

seventeen of Howell's Annotated Statutes. Approved April

25, 1893

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44. An act to authorize proceedings in the circuit courts in chan

cery, in relation to the laying out, dividing and platting into
lots, streets and alleys, of lands owned by infants, idiots,
lunatics and other incompetent persons. Approved April

25, 1893..
45. An act to amend section four of article four of act number

one hundred ninety-eight of the session laws of eighteen
hundred seventy-three, entitled "An act to revise the laws
providing for the incorporation of railroad companies and to
regulate the running and management and to fix the duties
and liabilities of all railroad and other corporations owning
or operating any railroad in this State. Approved April 26,

1893
46. An act making an appropriation for the use of the Michigan

Asylum for Dangerous and Criminal Insane. Approved April

25, 1893 47. An act to amend sectious one, two and three of act number

two hundred and thirty, laws of eighteen hundred and eightyfive, approved June twentieth eighteen hundred and eightyfive, entitled “An act to provide for the prevention of the introduction and spread of cholera and other dangerous communicable diseases," and to add four new sections thereto to stand as sections four, five, six and seven. Approved April

26, 1893
48. An act to amend section two of act number seventy, of the

public acts of one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven,
entitled “An act for the more effectual prevention of cruelty
to animals," approved April twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred
seventy-seven, being section nine thousand three hundred and
ninety-two of Howell's Annotated Statutes. Approved April

27, 1893
49. An act to provide for the incorporation of the supreme

commandery and suborbinate commanderies of the United

Friends of Michigan. Approved April 26, 1893.
50. An act to appropriate money for the purpose of making an

exhibit of the resources and products of the State of Michi-
gan, at the World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago, in

one thousand eight hundred and ninety-three.
Approved April 27, 1893.
51. An act to amend sections one and two of act number one

hundred and fifty-two of the session laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, being "An act to amend sections one, two and three of act number twenty-nine of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-seven," approved March fifteen, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, entitled “ An act to provide for the payment of bounties for the killing of English Sparrows," as amended by act number one hundred and fifty-two of the public acts of eighteen hundred and

eighty-nine. Approved April 27, 1893.52. An act to amend an act entitled “An act for the incorpora

tion of boards of trade and chambers of commerce," being

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number one hundred and sixty-six, approved March
nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-three.” Approved
April 27, 1893

56 53. An act making the mill tax available for the

use and maintenance of the University of Michigan for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-three and every year thereafter. Approved May 4, 1893--

56 54. An act to change the name of Myrtie M. Smith to Myrtie M. Huntley. Approved May 4, 1893.

57 55. An act to provide for a commission to locate and mark the

positions and places occupied by the Michigan regiments and
batteries who fought upon the battle fields of Chickamauga,
Chattanooga and Mission Ridge and to make an appropria-
tion to defray the expenses of the same. Approved May 4,
1893.---

57 56. An act to amend section three of act number two hundred and

sixteen of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-
nine, being an act entitled “An act to provide for the appoint-
ment, fix the compensation, and prescribe the duties of the
stenographer of the twenty-first judicial circuit,” being sec-
tion six thousand five hundred and thirty-four i of Howell's
Annotated Statutes of the State of Michigan. Approved May
4, 1893...

58 57. An act to provide for an appropriation of two thousand dollars

for an exhibit of the work of the public schools of Michigan
at the World's Fair. Approved May 4, 1893.

59 58. An act to provide for selecting seats for members in the hall

of the House of Representatives. Approved May 4, 1893... 59 59. An act to amend chapter one hundred and thirty-one of Howell's

Annotated Statutes of the State of Michigan, being an act
entitled "An act in relation to life insurance companies trans-
acting business within this State," as heretofore amended,
by adding thereto one new section, to be known as section
thirty-two, and intended to prevent distinction or discrimina-
tion between white persons and colored persons, wholly or
partially of African descent in insuring lives. Approved May

4, 1893
60. An act making appropriations for the Michigan Pioneer and

Historical Society for the years eighteen hundred and nine-
ty-three and eighteen hundred and ninety-four. Approved
May 4, 1893...

61 61. An act making appropriations for the State Industrial Home for

Girls, for the years one thousand eight hundred and ninety-
three and one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four.
Approved May 10, 1893

62 62. An act to amend section thirteen of act number one hundred and

thirty-three of the session laws of one thousand eight hun-
dred and seventy-nine as amended, being “An act to estab-
lish an institution under the name and style of the Michi.
gan Reform School for Girls, being section nine thousand
eight hundred and thirty-nine of Howell's Annotated Stat-
utes, and to add two new sections to said act to be numbered

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