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considered in committee of the whole, April 12, and ordered to third
reading

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passed, April 16, and returned..

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391. A bill to annex certain territory of the township of Lenox, in the county

of Jacoml), in this state, to the village of Richmond:
received, March 14, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect and
returned

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392. A bill to amend section 1 of act 129 of the public acts of 1899, being an act

to amend Section 1 of an act, entitled "An act to create a board of jury
commissioners, consisting of seven persons for courts of record in the
county of Wayne, and to repeal act No. 95 of the public acts of 1887, as
amended by act No. 42 of the public acts of 1891, as amended by act Yo.
129 of the public acts of 1899, and all other acts and parts of acts con-
travening the provisions of this act," being act No. 204 of the public acts
of 1893:
received, May 22, anil referred to committee on cities and villages.

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reported favorably, May 23, rules suspended, passed, given immediate
effect and returned

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393. 4 bill to repeal act No. 29 of the public acts of 1887, entitled "An act to

provide for the payment of bounties for the killing of English sparrows,"
approred March 15, 1887, the same being continuous sections 5586, 5587,
5588 and 5589 of the compiled laws of 1897:

file No. 337.
received, May 23, and referred to committee on constitutional amend-

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reported favorably, May 23, and placed on the general order.

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committee of irhole discharged, May 28, and made special order for
May 29

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committee of whole on special order discharged, May 29, rules sus-
pended, passed and returned. .

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395. A bill to prohibit the catching: killing or destroying of fish with seines or

any species of continuous net, or with any form of spear or trap, or in
any manner whatsoever, except with hook and line, in the waters of Silver
lake or in the channel leading from said Silver lake to Lake Michigan, in
the township of Golden, Oceana county, Michigan, and providing a penalty
therefor:

file No. 320.
received, April 23, rules suspended, passecl, given immediate effect and
returned

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400. A bill to authorize the prosecuting attorney of Oakland county, Michigan,

to appoint an assistant prosecuting attorner for said county, and pre-
scribing his duties, powers and compensation:
received, March 20, and referred to committee on judiciary.

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l'eported favorably, March 27, rules suspended, passed, given immediate
effect and returned

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401. A bill making an appropriation for the Eastern Michigan asylum for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 1902, for the purpose of providing a water
supply for said asylum, and to provide for a tax to meet the same:

file No. 282.
received. April 20, and referred to committee on asylum for insane at
Pontiac

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reported favorably, Jar 11. and referred to committee on finance and
appropriations

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reported favorably. Mar 16, and placed on the general order.

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considered in committee of the whole. Jay 16, and ordered to third
reading

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passed. Mar 16, given immediate effect and returned.

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404. A bill to appropriate certain tax lands of the state for the purpose of

straightening: cleaning out the channel of the Kawkawlin river of Bay
countr; Midland county and Gladwin county, and removing obstructions
from the channel of said river: such improvement to be done under the
direction of the commissioner of the state land office:

received, Mar 21, and referred to committee on counties and townships. 1503

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406. A bill to amend section 1 of chapter 1 of act No. 243 of the public acts of

1881, entitled "An act to revise and consolidate the laws relating to the
establishment, opening, improvement and maintenance of highways and
private roads, and the building repairing and preservation of bridges
within this state," approved June 8, 1981:

file No. 178.
received, March 26, and referred to committee on roads and bridges..
reported amended, May 23, rules suspended, passed, given immediate

effect and returned.
409. A bill relative to the annual election of township ollicers of the township of

Manistique, county of Schoolcraft, in the year 1901, and to provide for the
retention in oflice of the present officers of such township until such elec-
tion, and prescribing their powers and duties:
received, February 13, and referred to committee on counties and town-

ships
reported favorably, February 18, rules suspended, passed, given imme-

diate effect and returned.
410. A bill relative to the annual election of township officers of the township of

Hiawatha, county of Schoolcraft, in the year 1901, and to provide for the
retention in office of the present officers of such township until such elec-
tion, and prescribing their powers and duties:
received, February 13, and referred to committee on counties and town-

ships
reported favorably, February 18, rules suspended, passed, given imme-

diate effect and returned ..
412. A bill to provide for the protection of rabbits in Washitenaw, Monroe, Alle-

gan, St. Clair, Kalamazoo, Jackson, Eaton, Van Buren and Muskegon
counties:

received, April 24, and referred to committee on gaming interests.
reported favorably, May 22, and placed on the general order....
considered in committee of the whole, Vay 23, amended and ordered to

third reading
414. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 276 of the public acts of 1887, entitled

"An act to require security to be given on staying proceedings on verdicts
and judgments in the circuit courts of this state," the same being com-
piler's section 10355 of the compiled laws of 1897:

file No. 303.

received, May 7, and referred to committee on judiciary.
415. A bill to abolish the board of public works of the city of East Tawas and to

provide that the duties thereof shall be performed by il committee of the
common council appointed for that purpose by the mayor', by and with
the consent of the council:

received, February 13, and referreci to committee on cities and villages..
reported favorably, March 12. rules suspended, passed, given immédiate

effect and returned
416. A bill to provide for the appointment of an assessor in the city of East

Tawas, in the county of Iosco, and to prescribe the duties of such assessor,
to abolish the office of supervisor in said city, to provide for a board of
review of said city, and to provide that the aldermen of the several wards
of said city whose terms of office will soonest expire shall be ex officio
members of the board of supervisors of losco county:

received, March 12, and referred to committee on counties and townships
reported favorably, March 18, rules suspended, passed, given immediate

effect and returned.
420. A bill to vacate the township of St. Helen in the county of Roscommon,

Michigan, and to incorporate the territory comprised therein in the
townships of Higgins and Richfield, in said county:
received, April 10, rules suspended. passed, given immediate effect and

returned
421. A bill to require county commissioners of schools to transmit lists of public

libraries and the librarians thereof:

file No. 144.
received, March 18, and referred to committee on state library.

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reported favorably, May 15, and placed on the general order..
considered in committee of the whole, May 16, and ordered to third

reading

passed, May 16, given immediate effect and returned.
424. A bill making appropriations for the state industrial home for girls for the

fiscal years ending June 30, 1902, and June 30, 1903, and to provide for a
tax to meet the same:

file No. 246.
received, April 9, and referred to committee on industrial school for

girls
reported favorably, April 10, and referred to committee on finance and

appropriations
reported amended, April 17, and placed on the general order..
considered in committee of the whole, April 17, and ordered to third

reading

passed, April 17, given immediate effect and returned. .
425. et bill to amend section 5 of act 29 of the session laws of 1869, entitled

"An act to regulate the manufacture and provide for the inspection of
salt," being section 4915 of the compiled laws of 1897:

file No. 332.
received, May 14, and referred to committee on saline interests...
reported substituted, May 10, ordered printed and placed on the general

order (file No. 201).
considered in committee of the whole, May 21, amended and ordered to

third reading

passed, May 21, given immediate effect and returned.
428. A bill to allow the taking or catching of fish by means of fixed lines in the

county of Kalamazoo:

received, April 30, and referred to committee on fisheries.

reported favorably, May 1, rules suspended, passed and returned
431. A bill to provide for the election of the county auditors for the county of

Wayne, and to fix their term of office:

received, May 9, rules suspended, passed and returned...
432. A bill to provide for the incorporation of Evangelical Lutheran deaf mute

institutions:

file No. 112.
received, March 6, and referred to committee on religious and benevolent

societies
reported favorably, March 13, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, March 13, and ordered to third

reading

passed, March 13, given immediate effect and returned.
439. A bill to amend section 3 of chapter 109 of the revised statutes of the year

1846, entitled “Of the partition of lands owned by several persons,” being
section No. 11015 of the compiled laws of 1897:

file No. 295.
received, May 7. and referred to committee on judiciary.

reported favorably, May 27, and placed on the general order.
446. A bill to authorize and empower the board of trustees of the public schools of

Highland park, Wayne county, to borrow $6,000 for the purpose of refund-
ing a loan of $6,000 made on the Sth day of December, A. D. 1891, pur-
suant to act No. 312 of the local acts of 1891, entitled "An act to in-
corporate the public schools of Highland park, Wayne county," and to
issue bonds therefor:
received, February 13, and referred to committee on education and public

schools
reported favorably, February 27, rules suspended, passed, given imme-

diate effect and returned..
449. A bill to prohibit the spearing of fish in Isabella county:

file No. 319.
received, April 23, rules suspended, passed and returned.
recalled from house, April 29..
le-received, April 30, rule 36 suspended, reconsidered and tabled

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451. A bill to prohibit fishing with, using or setting seines, gill nets, or any form

of pound, trap, sweep or set nets, or like device in any of the waters
connecting Lakes Superior and Huron, and the tributaries thereof:

received, April 24, and referred to committee on fisheries.
reported favorably, May 1, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, May 1, and ordered to third read-

ing
passed, May 1, and returned.
recalled from house, May 7
re-received, May 8, reconsidered and recommitted to committee on

fisheries

reported amended, May 9, rules suspended, passed and returned
453. A joint resolution authorizing the commissioner of the state land office to

deed to the North Branch and Sunken Lake Improvement company, of
Alpena, Michigan, the north half of the southeast quarter of section 32 of
town 33 north, range 6 east:

received, March 7, and referred to committee on state lands..
reported favorably, April 3, rules suspended, passed, given immediate

effect and returned..
454. A bill to establish a department of public works in and for the city of De-

troit, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts in conflict therewith:
received, February 14, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
455. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 426 of the session laws of 1867, entitled

"An act to incorporate the public schools of the village of Hudson,” ap-
proved March 25, 1867, as amended by the several acts amendatory thereof
and to add a new section to stand as section 9 of said act:
received, February 15, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
460. A bill to incorporate the public schools of the village of Jerome, Hillsdale

county, Michigan, define the boundaries thereof, provide for the election
of trustees and fix their powers and duties and provide for the distribution
of the territory of the disorganized districts:
received, February 15, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
462. A bill to authorize the board of supervisors of the county of Bay to make

a levy for the purpose of paying a mortgage against the Bay county agri-
cultural society grounds:

received, April 16, and tabled..
taken up, April 16, rules suspended, passed and tabled.

taken up, April 17, and returned.
465. A bill to reappropriate certain money for the benefit of the state industrial

home for girls, which was covered into the state treasury in error:
received, March 13, and referred to committee on industrial home for

girls
reported favorably, March 15, and referred to committee on finance and

appropriations
reported favorably, March 21, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, March 22, and ordered to third

reading
passed, March 22, and tableci.

taken up, March 25, given immediate effect and returned.
466. A bill to change and determine the wards of the city of Ludington :

received, February 14, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
473. A bill to amend sections 1, 2, 3 and 6, and to repeal section 7 of act No. 95

of the general laws of 1885, entitled "An act to provide for the compulsory
education of children, for the punishment of truancy, and to repeal all
acts or parts of acts conflicting with the provisions of the same," being
sections 4847, 4848, 4849, 4852 and 4853 of the compiled laws of 1897:

file No. 127.
received, March 15, and referred to committee on education and public

schools

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reported favorably, April !), and placed on the general order..
considered in committee of the whole, April 10, and ordered to third

reading

passed, April 10, and returned.
474. A bill to amend section 7 of act No. 206 of the public acts of Michigan of

the year 1893, entitled "An act to provide for the assessment of property
and the lery and collection of taxes thereon, and for the collection of
taxes heretofore and hereafter levied; making such taxes a lien on the
lands taxed; establishing and continuing such lien, providing for the sale
and conveyance of lands delinquent for taxes, and for the inspection and
disposition of lands bid off to the state and not redeemed or purchased;
and to repeal act No. 200 of the public acts of 1891, and all other acts
and parts of acts in anywise contravening the provisions of this act," being
section 3830 of the compiled laws of Michigan for the year 1897:

file No. 124.
received, March 15, and referred to committee on taxation..
reported amended, March 20, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, March 21, and ordered to third

reading

passed, March 21, and returned.
475. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 11l of the public acts of the state of

Michigan for the year 1899, relative to the catching of bass in Bear lake,
in Charlevoix county, at certain times, and to provide a penalty for the
violation thereof:

received, April 24, and referred to committee on fisheries..

reported favorably, May 1, rules suspended, passed and returned..
480. A bill to authorize the township of Grant, in the county of Iosco and state of

Michigan, to borrow money to be used in the payment of certain judg-
ments against said township, and to issue its bonds therefor:
received, March 28, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect and

returned
484. A bill to change the name of Minnie Boorman to Minnie Howard:

received, February 15, and referred to committee on state affairs..
reported favorably, March 5, and tabled...
taken up, March 12, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect

and returned
485. A bill making appropriations for the Michigan home for the feeble minded

and epileptic for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1902, and June 30, 1903,
and to provide for a tax to meet the same:

file No. 286.
received, April 17, and referred to committee on home for feeble minded.
reported amended, April 24, and referred to committee on finance and

appropriations
reported amended, April 29, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of the whole, April 30, and ordered to third

reading
passed, April 30, and returned.
re-received, May 2, senate amendments non-concurred in by house, con-

ference requested and granted..
conference report transmitted by house. May 8. concurred in and re-

turned

given immediate effect by concurrent resolution, Jay 23
488. A bill to establish and provide justice courts in ihe city of Detroit, and to

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repeal act No. 460 of the local acts of 1895, entitled An act to establish
and provide justice courts in the city of Detroit," and to repeal act No.
280 of the local acts of 1883, entitled "An act relative to justice courts in
the city of Detroit." approved April 25. 1883, and all acts amendatory
thereof:

received, April 19, and referred to committee on judiciary.
reported amended. April 25, rules suspended, passed, ordered to take

effect July 3, 1901, and returned...

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