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Underground deposits of value, to value, assess and tax reserve rights in, 13, 41.
Uniform bills of lading, to provide for, 342.

regulation of certain State institutions, to amend act for, 354.
system of accounting, to provide for, 39.

to make the law of sales of personal property, 343.
U. S., constitution, to approve amendment taxing incomes, 1.
University of Michigan, appropriation for, 198.
Unreasonable rates, to amend the act to prevent the imposition of, 520.
Upper Peninsula hospital for insane, appropriation for, 133.

hospital for insane, change of name of, 177.
railroad fare, 42, 48.

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Vacation of townships, to amend act relative to, 322.
Vasectomy, to authorize operation of, 121.
Vegetables, to prevent fraud and deception in sale of, 406.

to regulate the sale of, 381.
Vehicles, to regulate the sale of, 224.
Villages, when and how incorporation of is completed, 79.

act to incorporate, amended, 79.
Vocational schools may be maintained by school districts, 92.

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Water board of Detroit, to authorize to borrow money, 137.

supply, punishment for fraudulent connection with, 101, 181.
Way cars, to regulate the size of, 120, 325.
Weather service, to repeal act establishing State, 332.
Wellington, to organize new township to be named, 600.
Western State normal school, appropriation for, 168.
Wills executed outside this State, 294.
Women, to define rights of married to their earnings, 548.

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Zeeland, to amend act to incorporate the city of, 347.
Zoological societies, to grant business privileges to incorporated, 489.

PART III.

HISTORY OF ALL BILLS INTRODUCED IN THE SENATE.

(The references are to page numbers.)

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1. Concurrent resolution proposing an amendment to section 1 of article

6 of the constitution of this state, relative to the office of governor:
introduced by Mr. Bradley, ordered printed and referred to the

committee on constitutional amendments.

announcement of printing (file No. 1)....
2. Joint resolution, ratifying the proposed amendment to the constitution

of the United States, relative to the laying and collecting of taxes
on incomes:
introduced by Mr. Mapes, ordered printed and referred to the

committee on federal relations.

20

announcement of printing (file No. 2)....

47
reported favorably and placed on the general order.

74
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the order
of third reading

78
read third time and passed, transmitted.

78
3. A bill to create a department of public accounts, to provide for uniform

accounts of public property and moneys, for uniform reports there-
of, and for the audit of public offices and accounts; to prescribe
penalties for violations of its provisions; and making appropria-
tions to carry same into effect:
introduced by Mr. Collins. ordered printed and referred to the
committee on state affairs...

23
announcement of printing (file No. 3)

47
reported, recommending reference to committee on finance, etc... 110
reported favorably and placed on the general order.

119
considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments

concurred in and referred to committee on cities and villages. 127-8
reported favorably and placed on the general order...

730
considered in committee of the whole and further consideration
of the bill indefinitely postponed..

1230
4. A bill to establish a training school for crippled children and to pro-

vide for its management, to make appropriation therefor, and to pro-
vide for the maintenance of same:
introduced by Mr. Collins. ordered printed and referred to the
committee on state affairs..

23
announcement of printing (file No. 4).
5. A bill to establish the state civil service commission; to regulate

the civil service of the state of Michigan; and making an appropria-
tion therefor:
introduced by Mr. Collins, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on state affairs...

23
announcement of printing (file No. 5)

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6. A bill to confirm certain sales of state tax lands:

introduced by Mr. Moriarty and referred to the committee on taxa-
tion

36
7. A bill to amend sections 2, 3 and 4 of act No. 128 of the public acts

of 1887, entitled “An act for the requiring of a civil license in order
to marry, and the due registration of the same, and to provide a
penalty for the violation of the provisions of the same,” approved
May 31, 1887, being compiler's sections 8603, 8604 and 8605 of the
compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Bradley, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on judiciary..

36
announcement of printing (file No. 6).

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8. A bill to repeal act No. 97 of the public acts of 1903, entitled "An act

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 Crystal lake, in the township of Crystal, county of Mont-
calm, Michigan, and providing a penalty therefor,” approved May
12, 1903:
introduced by Mr. Bradley and referred to the committee on fish-
eries

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reported, asking that bill be printed for committee.

273
announcement of printing (file No. 199)....
reported favorably and placed on the general order.

543
considered in committee of the whole and placed on the order of
third reading ..

318

645
read third time and passed, transmitted.

657
returned concurred in, and bill was referred for printing and pre-

sentation to the governor...
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 636)
approved

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1245
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9. A bill to repeal act No. 66 of the public acts of 1905, entitled "An act

for the protection of fish in the lakes and streams of the county of
Montcalm, state of Michigan, and repeal all acts or parts of acts
inconsistent with this act,” approved April 19, 1905:
introduced by Mr. Bradley and referred to the committee on fish-
eries

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reported, asking that bill be printed for committee.

274
announcement of printing (file No. 200).

298
reported favorably and placed on the general order.

543
considered in committee of the whole and placed on the order of
third reading

645
read third time and passed, transmitted.

657
returned concurred in, and bill was referred for printing and
presentation to the governor...

1207
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 37)

1245
approved

1497
10. A bill to amend section 4 of act No. 279 of the public acts of 1909, en-

titled "An act to provide for the incorporation of cities and for
changing their boundaries:”
introduced by Mr. Mapes, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on cities and villages...

37
announcement of printing (file No. 7)..

57
11. A bill to provide for the election of inspectors of mines in certain cases

and the appointment of their deputies, for the appointment of such
inspectors of mines and their deputies until the election and quali-
fication of the first inspectors of mines, to prescribe their powers
and duties, and to provide for their compensation, and to repeal act
No. 213 of the public acts of 1887:
introduced by Mr. James, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on mining interests..

37
announcement of printing (file No. 8)

57
reported favorably, with amendments, amendments concurred in,
and placed on the general order.

63
considered in committee of the whole and placed on the order of
third reading

67
read third time and passed, transmitted..

94
12. A bill to amend section 5 of act No. 212 of the public acts of 1893, en-

titled "An act establishing a home for the soldiers, sailors and
marines who served in the late civil war, their wives and mothers,
and making an appropriation for the erection and maintenance
thereof," approved June 2, 1893, being compiler's section 2070 of the
compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Barnaby, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on soldiers' home..

37
announcement of printing (file No. 9).

57
reported favorably and referred to committee on finance and ap-
propriations

563
reported favorably and placed on the general order.

638
considered in committee of the whole and placed on the order of
third reading

662
read third time and passed, transmitted.

679-80
returned amended, Senate concurred and bill was referred for
print and presentation to the governor.

1248-9
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 43)

1357
approved

1497
13. A bill to direct the board of managers of the Michigan soldiers' home

to return to the residents thereof, their heirs or assigns, without in-
terest, all moneys collected from them, and each of them, whether
placed to the credit of, and accumulated in the “post fund" and the
"posthumous fund” of the Michigan soldiers' home, or otherwise:
introduced by Mr. Barnaby, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on soldiers' home

37
announcement of printing (file No. 14)

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147

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

563-4
considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments con-
curred in and placed on the order of third reading.

712
read third time, amended, passed, transmitted...

736
returned concurred in and bill was referred for printing and
presentation to the governor.

1451
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 77)

1530
vetoed

1544
14. A bill making appropriations for the state asylum for special purposes

for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1912, and to provide a tax there-
for:
introduced by Mr. Bradley, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on state asylum

38
announcement of printing (file No. 15)

57
reported favorably and referred to the committee on finance and

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

759
considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments con-
curred in, and bill placed on the order of third reading.

814
read third time and passed, given immediate effect, transmitted.. 816
returned amended, Senate concurred and bill was referred for
printing and presentation to the governor.

1440-1
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 109)

1530
partial veto

1551
15. A bill to amend act No. 255 of the public acts of 1899, entitled "An

act to prevent trusts, monopolies and combinations of capital, skill or
arts, to create or carry out restrictions in trade or commerce; to
limit or reduce the production, or increase or reduce the price, of
merchandise or any commodity; to prevent competition in manufac-
turing, making, transportation, sale or purchase of merchandise,
produce or any commodity; to fix at any standard or figure, whereby
its price to the public or consumer shall be in any manner con-
trolled or established, any article or commodity of merchandise,
produce or commerce intended for sale, barter, use or consumption,”
by inserting after section 11 thereof a new section to stand as
section 11a:
introduced by Mr. Miller, ordered printed and referred to the com-
mittee on banks and corporations.

38
announcement of printing (file No. 10)

57
reported recommending reference to committee on judiciary.

62
reported favorably and placed on the general order -..

74
considered in committee of the whole and bill placed on the or-
der of third reading ...

78
read third time, amended, passed, title amended to read as fol-

lows:
A bill to amend act No. 255 of the public acts of 1899, entitled “An

act to prevent trusts, monopolies and combinations of capital,
skill or arts, to create or carry out restrictions in trade or com-
merce; to limit or reduce the production, or increase or reduce
the price of merchandise or any commodity; to prevent compe-
tition in manufacturing, making, transportation, sale or pur-
chase of merchandise, produce or any commodity; to fix at any
standard or figure, whereby its price to the public or consumer
shall be in any manner controlled or established, any article
or commodity of merchandise, produce or commerce intended
for sale, barter, use or consumption,” approved June 23, 1899,
by inserting after section 11 thereof a new section to stand as
section 11a:
and transmitted

103-5
returned concurred in, and referred for printing and presentation
to the governor

193-4
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 1).

244
approved

317

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16. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 17 of the public acts of 1903,

entitled "An act to amend the title and sections 1 and 29 of an act,
entitled 'An act to establish, protect and enforce by lien the rights
of mechanics and other persons furnishing labor or materials for
building, altering, improving, repairing, erecting or ornamenting
of buildings, machinery, wharves, and all other structures, and to
repeal all acts contravening the provisions of this act.' being chap-
ter 296 of the compiled laws of 1897," approved March 26. 1903:
introduced by Mr. Miller, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on judiciary

38
announcement of printing (file No. 11)

57
reported substitute with new title as follows:
A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 179 of the public acts of 1891.

approved July 1, 1891. entitled “An act to establish, protect and
enforce by lien the rights of mechanics and other persons furn-
ishing labor or material for the building, altering, improving, re-
pairing, erecting or ornamenting of buildings, machinery,
wharves and all other structures, and to repeal all acts con-
travening the provisions of this act." the same being section
10710 of the compiled laws of 1907; as last amended by act

No. 121 of the public acts of 1909, anproved May 26, 1909:
substitute agreed to, and ordered printed for the committee... 192
announcement of re-printing (file No. 153)..

225
17. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 205 of the rublic acts of 1887,

entitled “An act to revise the laws authorizing the business of
banking, and to establish a banking department for the sunervision
of such business,” the same being section 6090 of the compiled laws
of 1897. as amended by act No. 265 of the public acts of 1899:
introduced by Mr. Miller, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on banks and corporations..

38
announcement of printing (file No. 12).

57
reported favorably with amendments, amendments concurred in
and placed on the general order...

248-9
considered in committee of the whole, amended, amendments con-
curred in and bill placed on the order of third reading..

280
read third time and tabled pending a motion to amend...

291
taken from table, motion to amend withdrawn, made special order
for Feb. 28

299-300
on special order, passed, transmitted.

346
returned amended, senate concurred and bill was referred for
printing and presentation to the governor.

951-2
presented to the governor (enrolled No. 28).

1042
approved

1232
18. A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 203 of the public acts of 1877,

entitled "An act relative to dividing townships and villages into
election districts, and to provide for the registration of electors
in such cases," approved May 23, 1877, the same being section 3582
of the compiled laws of 1897, relative to dividing townships contain-
ing less than 300 electors:
introduced by Mr. James, ordered printed and referred to the

committee on counties and townships..
announcement of printing (file No. 13)

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19. A bill to prohibit the taking, killing, trapping, or molesting of musk-

rats in Tamarack lake, Montcalm county, or upon the bordering
shores, marshes and outlet thereof, or the creeks, ditches and drains
leading thereto, within defined limits:
introduced by Mr. Bradley and referred to the committee on
gaming interests

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20. A bill making appropriations for the Michigan reformatory for cur-

rent expenses and for special purposes, for the fiscal years end-
ing June 30, 1912, and June 30, 1913:
introduced by Mr. Bradley, ordered printed and referred to the
committee on Michigan reformatory.

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announcement of printing (file No. 16).

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