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428. A bill to amend section 12 of chapter 106 of the revised statutes of

1846, as amended, entitled “Of judgments and executions," being
section 10307 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Cartier and referred to the committee on ju-
diciary

954 429. A bill to prohibit the spearing of fish in certain inland lakes and

streams of this state:
introduced by Mr. Walter, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on fisheries..

955 announcement of printing (file No. 404)

1042 reported favorably and placed on the general order..

1157 considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments concurred in and bill placed on the order of third reading.

1229 read third time and passed, transmitted

1238 430. A bill to authorize and instruct the state treasurer to pay to

-, widow of William T. Densmore, the sum of two hundred
ninety dollars, being the amount remaining in the state treasury
unclaimed under joint resolution No. 7 of the regular session of
1899:
introduced by Mr. Kline, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on finance and appropriations..

982 announcement of printing (file No. 407)

1042 reported favorably and placed on the general order..

1080 considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments concurred in and placed on the order of third reading

1119
read third time, passed, title amended to read as follows:
A bill to authorize and instruct the state treasurer to pay to Mrs.

William T. Densmore, widow of William T. Densmore, the sum
of two hundred ninety dollars, being the amount remaining in
the state treasury unclaimed under joint resolution No. 7, of

the regular session of 1899:
given immediate effect, transmitted

1160 returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and presentation to the governor

1518-19 presented to the governor (enrolled No. 120)

1531 vetoed

1552 431. A bill to direct the board of state auditors to investigate, examine

and settle the claim of Thomas Allen, of Detroit, Michigan, against
the state of Michigan, for false arrest and imprisonment in the state
prison at Jackson on the charge of assault with intent to do great
bodily harm, of which charge the said Thomas Allen was afterward
declared innocent:
introduced by Mr. Murtha, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on state affairs

982 announcement of printing (file No. 408)

1042 432. A bill to amend section 7 of Act No. 81 of the laws of 1873, entitled

"An act to establish a state board of health; to provide for the ap-
pointment of a superintendent of vital statistics, and to assign cer-
tain duties to local boards of health," being section 4403 of the com-
piled laws of 1897, as amended by act No. 18 of the public acts of
1905:
introduced by Mr. Kingman, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on finance and appropriations.

982 announcement of printing (file No. 409)

1042 reported favorably and placed on the general order.

..1079-80 considered in committee of the whole and placed on the order of third reading

1118 read third time and passed, given immediate effect, transmitted1158-9 433. A bill to license the fishing for, taking or catching of black bass,

speckled trout, landlocked salmon, rainbow or California trout,
Lochleven trout, or steelhead trout, by non-residents of the state:
introduced by Mr. Watkins, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on fisheries

982 announcement of printing (file No. 410)

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reported favorably and placed on the general order......

1157 considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments concurred in and bill placed on the order of third reading

1230
read third time, amended, title amended to read as follows:
A bill to license the fishing for, taking or catching of black bass,

speckled trout, landlocked salmon, rainbow or California trout,
Lehleven trout or steelhead trout in any of the inland lakes or

streams of this stae by non-residents of this state:
transmitted

1242-3 434. A bill to prohibit drivers of milk wagons and other persons from

opening milk bottles, or in any way interfering with or molesting the
caps or covers thereof after such bottle shall have have been closed
at the creamery, and during and after the process of delivery to
patrons:
introduced by Mr. Snell, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on agricultural interests

982 announcement of printing (file No. 411)

1042 reported favorably and placed on the general order..

.1011.12 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order of third reading

1141 read third time and passed, transmitted.

1164 435. A bill to authorize the several counties of this state to receive dona.

tions of land and money for the maintenance of public parks:
introduced by Mr. Foster, ordered printed and referred to the

committee on counties and townships
announcement of printing (file No. 412)
reported favorably and placed on the general order'.
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order
of third reading

1188 read third time and passed, transmitted 436. A bill to permit the use of county drains for sewage disposal:

introduced by Mr. Taylor, ordered printed and referred to the com

mittee on counties and townships announcement of printing (file No. 413)

1042 reported favorably and placed on the general order.

1044 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the or

der of third reading
read third time and passed, transmitted

1220-1 returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and pre

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sentation to the governor
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 110)
approved

1538 437. A bill to ameni the title and sections 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11,

12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26 and 36 of act No. 207 of the public acts of 1889, entitled "An act to prohibit the manufacture, sale, keeping for sale, giving away or furnishing of vinous, malt, brewed, fermented, spirituous or intoxicating liquors, or any mixed liquor or beverage any part of which is intoxicating, and to prohibit the keeping of any saloon or other place for the manufac. ture, sale, storing for sale, giving away or furnishing of such liquors or beverages, and to suspend the general laws of the state relative to the taxation and regulation of the manufacture and sale of such liquors in the several counties of this state under certain circumstances; to authorize the qualified electors of the several coun. ties in this state to express their will in regard to such prohibition by an election, and to authorize and empower the boards of supervisors of the several counties after such election, if they shall deem the result to be in favor of such prohibition, to prohibit the manufacture, sale, keeping for sale, giving away, or furnishing of any such liquors or the keeping of a saloon or any other place for the manufacture, sale, storing for sale, giving away or furnishing of the same within their respective counties; and to provide for penalties and rights of action in case of its violation;" as amended:

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introduced by Mr. Collins, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on liquor traffic

1029 announcement of printing (file No. 413)

1042 438. A bill to amend the title of act No. 707 of the local acts of 1907,

approved June 27, 1907, entitled "An act to regulate the making of
special assessments within the limits of the villages of Highland
Park, St. Clair Heights, Hamtramck and River Rouge, in the county
of Wayne:"
introduced by Mr. Snell, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on taxation

1029 439. A bill to provide for the appointment of a county farm manager, and

to prescribe his powers and duties, and to provide for his com-
pensation:
introduced by Messrs. Moriarty and James, ordered printed and re-
ferred to the committee on state affairs

1029 announcement of printing (file No. 416 )

1042 reported favorably with amendments, amendments concurred in and placed on the general order

1181 considered in committee of the whole and leave granted the committee to sit again ...

1231 considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments con

curred in and bill placed on the order of third reading. 1286-7 read third time and passed, transmitted...

1291 440. A bill to amend section 42 of act No. 136 of the laws of 1869, as

amended, entitled “An act relative to the organization and powers of
fire and marine insurance companies transacting business within
this state,” said section being section 7263 of the compiled laws of
1897:
introduced by Messrs. James and Moriarty, ordered printed and
referred to the committee on insurance

1029 announcement of printing (file No. 417)

1042 reported favorably and placed on the general order

1081 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order of third reading

1141 read third time, amended, passed, transmitted.

1166 returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and presentation to the governor....

1414 presented to the governor (enrolled No. 56)

1529 approved

1532 441. A bill to provide for the protection of trout in the Au Sable river and

its tributaries, to provide for the game and fish warden of this
state, and his deputies, to have authority within their several juris-
dictions and to repeal all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with this
act:
introduced by Mr. Foster, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on fisheries

1047 announcement of printing (file No. 418)

1076 442. A bill to amend section 22 of chapter 7 of act No. 326 of the local

acts of 1883, entitled "An act to provide a charter for the city of
Detroit, and to repeal all acts and parts of acts in conflict there-
with," approved June 7, 1883, as last amended by act No. 462 of
the local acts of 1899, approved June 23, 1899; relative to compen-
sation of the members of the board of aldermen of said city of
Detroit:
introduced by Mr. Miller, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on cities and villages..

1047 announcement of printing (file No. 420)

1076 reported favorably and placed on the general order..

1150 considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order of third reading ..

1229 read third time and pending the vote thereon the bill was laid on the table

1239 taken from table, passed, transmitted

1278-9 communication relative to

1279

returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor..

1508 presented to the governor (enrolled No. 130)

1531 approved

1540 443. A bill to fix the compensation of the members of the board of alder

men in all cities of this state having a population of more than three
hundred thousand inhabitants:
introduced by Mr. Miller, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on cities and villages

1047 announcement of printing (file No. 421)...

1076 444. A bill to provide for the regulation and control of smoke emitted

from the stacks or chimneys of factories, manufacturing institutions
and all other buildings in the cities and villages of the state of
Michigan, and investing the state board of health with control
thereof; and providing penalties for the violation of the orders of
said board of health; and providing for the appointment of a smoke
warden:
introduced by Mr. Newton, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on state affairs

1105 announcement of printing (file No. 422)

1201 445. A bill to amend section 37 of act No. 313 of the public acts of 1887,

entitled "An act to provide for the taxation and regulation of the
business of manufacturing, selling, keeping for sale, furnishing, gir-
ing or delivering spirituous and intoxicating liquors, and malt, brewed
or fermented liquors and vinous liquors in this state, and to repeal
all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act,"
as amended by act No 291 of the public acts of 1909, entitled "An
act to amend the title and sections 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 17 of act
No. 313 of the public acts of 1887, entitled 'An act to provide for the
taxation and regulation of the business of manufacturing, selling,
keeping for sale, furnishing, giving or delivering spirituous and in-
toxicating liquors, and malt, brewed or fermented liquors, and vinous
liquors in this state, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts inconsist-
ent with the provisions of this act,' as amended, said sections being
compiler's sections 5379, 5380, 5382, 5383, 5384, 5385, 5386 and 5395
of the compiled laws of 1897, and to further amend said act by add-
ing five new sections thereto to stand as sections 35, 36, 37, 38 and
39," approved June 2, 1909 :
introduced by Mr. Collins, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on liquor traffic

1134-5 announcement of printing (file No. 423)

1201 446. A bill providing for the appointment of officers by county boards of

auditors, and fixing the time of such appointments:
introduced by Mr. Barnaby, and referred to the committee on

counties and townships....
447. A bill to regulate gifts, grants, bequests and devises to religious, educa.

cational, charitable or benevolent uses:
introduced by Mr. G. G. Scott, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on religious and benevolent societies..

1158 announcement of printing (file No. 425)

1201 reported favorably and placed on the general order

1246 committee of the whole discharged, and placed on the order of third reading

1390 read third time and pending the vote thereon, the bill was laid on the table

1498 448.

A bill permitting the catching or taking by use of seines German carp,

red horse, suckers, mullet and dog fish in the waters of Lake St.
Clair bordering on this state:
introduced by Mr. F. D. Scott and referred to the committee on
fisheries

1181 announcement of printing (file No. 426)

1201 reported favorably, ordered printed and placed on the general

order
committee of the whole discharged, and placed on the order of
third reading

1392 read third time and passed, transmitted

1473

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1323 PART IV.

HISTORY OF ALL BILLS RECEIVED FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTA

TIVES.

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1. A concurrent resolution relative to the taxing of incomes and ratifying

the proposed amendment to the constitution of the United States:

file No. 1.
introduced by Mr. Stewart.
received and referred to the committee on federal relations
reported favorably, rules suspended and joint resolution placed

on its immediate passage

read third time, passed, returned
4. A bill to amend sections 1 and 2 of act No. 3 of the public acts of

1881, entitled "An act to protect public libraries, scientific, histor-
ical, library and literary associations and societies," being sections
11640 and 11641 of the compiled laws of 1907:

file No. 141.
introduced by Mr. Verdier,
received and referred to the committee on state affairs
reported favorably, amended, amendments concurred in and placed

on the general order....
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the or-

der of third reading

read third time and passed, returned
7. A bill to amend section 7 of act No. 104 of the public acts of 1909,

entitled “An act to prescribe the liability of common carrier rail-
road companies and their employes:".

file No. 67.
introduced by Mr. Green.

received and referred to the committee on judiciary
13 and 41. A bill to provide for the assessment, valuation and taxation

of mineral, coal, gas, salt, gypsum, oil, mining or other rights
reserved in or to any lands in this state or to the ores, minerals,
coal, gas, salt, gypsum and oil contained therein against the owner
thereof as an interest in real property in any and all cases where
any mineral right in or to the ores, minerals, coal, gas, salt, gypsum
and oil contained therein, shall be, or shall heretofore have been
reserved to the grantor or any other person, in any conveyance
thereof:

file No. 105.
introduced by Mr. Holland.
received and referred to the committee on taxation
reported favorably, amended, amendment concurred in and placed

on the general order..
considered in committee of the whole and leave granted to sit

again
considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments con-

curred in and bill placed on the order of third reading ...
read third time and passed, title amended to read as follows:
A bill to provide for the assessment, valuation and taxation of

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mineral, coal, gas, salt, gypsum, oil, mining or other rights reserved in or to any lands in this state or to the ores, minerals, coal, gas, salt, gypsum and oil contained therein against the owner thereof as an interest in real property in any and all cases where any mineral right in or to the ores, oils, mine, valuable deposits, minerals, contained therein, shall be, or shall heretofore have been reserved to the grantor or any other per

son, in any conveyance thereof; and returned

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