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22. A bill to repeal act No. 100 of the laws of Michigan, passed at the annual ses-

sion of 1848, entitled "An act to incorporate the Detroit and Saline
plank road company," approved March 23, 1848:
introduced by Mr. Goodell, January 11, and referred to committee on

roads and bridges.

reported favorably, February 27, and referred to committee on judiciary
23. A bill to amend section 2 of act No. 135 of the public acts of 1885, the same

being compiler's section 1894 of the compiled laws of 1897, relative to the
board of trustees of the Michigan asylum for the insane, the eastern Mich-
igan asylum, the northern Michigan asylum, and the upper peninsula
hospital for the insane, and to provide for the appointment of women as
members of said board of trustees:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, January 11, and referred to joint committees

on asylums for insane..
reported amended, April 2, and placed on the general order (file No.

148)
considered in committee of whole, April 8, and ordered to third

reading
not passed, April 9, reconsidered and tabled..

taken up, May 22, and not passed.
24. A bill to regulate the making of contracts and issuing of policies of insur-

ance within this state by insurance companies not organized under the
laws of this state:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, January 14, and referred to committee on

insurance
reported substituted, May 7, and placed on the general order (file

No. 194).
considered in committee of whole, May 9, amended, and ordered to third

reading
passed, May 9, and tabled.
taken up, May 13, given immediate effect, transmitted

returned, non-concurred in, May 30..
25. A bill legalizing the action of the qualified electors of St. Clair township,

in St. Clair county, at a special meeting held on the 29th day of Decem-
ber, A. D. 1900, in said township, in voting to raise by tax in said town-
ship $750 in the year 1901, and $750 in the year 1902, for the purpose of
building an iron bridge across Pine river in said township:
introduced by Mr. Moore, January 15, rules suspended, passed, given

immediate effect and transmitted ..
returned, January 16, and referred to secretary, for printing and pre-

sentation to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, January 21

approved, January 28..
26. A bill providing for the payment for maintenance of certain patients in the

state asylum at Ionia:
introduced by Mr. Nichols, January 15, rules suspended, read third

time and referred to committee on judiciary.
reported favorably, January 16, and placed on the general order.
committee of whole discharged, January 16, rules suspended, passed,

given immediate effect and transmitted..
returned, January 30, and referred to the secretary for printing and

presentation to the governor.

approved, February 7.
27. A bill for changing the name of the state house of correction and reforma-

tory at Ionia :
introduced by Mr. Nichols, January 15, and referred to committee on

state affairs.
reported favorably, April 3, rules suspended, passed, given immediate

effect and transmitted.
returned, April 9, and referred to secretary for printing and presentation

to the governor..
announcement of presentation to governor
approved, April 19.

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28. A bill to provide for the taxation and regulation of the business of manu-

facturing, selling, keeping for sale, furnishing, giving or delivering
cigarettes, cigarette wrappers or tobacco placed in any such form as
to be used as cigarettes in this state, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts
inconsistent with the provisions of this act:
introduced by Mr. Vurfin, January 15, ordered printed (file No. 6)
and referred to committee on judiciary..

187
29. A bill to prohibit the buying, selling and dealing in grain, stocks, bonds,

securities, provisions and other commodities, where the persons so buying,
selling and dealing, do not intend to receive or deliver the same, and
are not, at the time, in the possession and control thereof, and prohibit-
ing the keeping and maintaining of places for the purpose of carrying on
or transacting such business, and fixing the penalties for the violations
of the provisions thereof:
introduced by Mr. Goodell, January 15, and referred to committee on
state affairs..

187
30. A bill to provide for the acceptance and collection of grants, devises, be-

quests, donations and assignments to the state of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Westover, January 15, and referred to committee
on state affairs..

187
reported print for committee, February 14 (file No. 63).

404
reported favorably, March 20, and placed on the general order..

783
considered in committee of whole, March 21, amended, and ordered
to third reading

805
passed, March 21, and transmitted.

810
returned, May 14, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor.

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announcement of presentation to governor, May 21

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approved, lav 23

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31. A bill to amend section 103 of chapter 6 of the compiled laws of 1971,

relative to registration in cities after 1859, the same being compiler's
section 84 of Howell's annotated statutes:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, January 15, and referred to committee on
elections

187
reported amended, January 18, and placed on the general order (manu-
script)

226
considered in committee of the whole, January 18, and ordered printed
(file No. 11 )

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considered in committee of whole, January 24, amended and ordered
to third reading

261
passed. January 24, given immediate effect and transmitted.

262
returned amended and title amended, February 27, concurred in and

referred to secretary for printing and presentation to the governor.. 596
announcement of presentation to governor'.

612
recalled from governor, March il, immediate effect reconsidered and
not given, transmitted..

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returned, Jarch 14, and referred to secretary for re-printing and pre-
sentation to governor .

712
announcement of presentation to governor

770
approved, April 2

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32. A bill to amend sections 2, 7 and 9 of act No. 115 of the public acts of 1893,

entitled "An act to provide for the government, management and control
of the state public school at Coldwater, and to repeal all acts or parts
of acts inconsistent with this act,” as amended by act No. 94 of the
public acts of 1895, and act No. 98 of the public acts of 1897, being sec-
tions 2022. 2027, and 2029 of Miller's compiled laws:
introduced by Mr. Lockerby, January 15, and referred to committee on
state public school..

188
reported print for committee, February 13 (file No. 60)

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reported amended, April 10, and placed on the general order

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considered in committee of whole, April 16, and tabled...

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taken up, April 16, and recommitted to committee on state public school 1090
reported amended, May 8, and placed on the general order.

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considered in committee of the whole, May 9, amended and ordered to
third reading..

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read third time, May 9, and not passed, reconsidered and tabled.

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taken up, May 9, passed and tabled.
taken up, May 14, given immediate effect and transmitted.

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returned non-concurred in, May 30....

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33. A bill making appropriations for the state public school for the fiscal years

ending June 30, 1902, and June 30, 1903, and to provide for a tax to meet
the same:
introduced by Mr. Lockerby, January 15, and referred to committee on
state public school

188
reported amended, April 9, and referred to committee on finance and
appropriations

991
reported amended, April 1l, and placed on the general order (file No.
169)

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considered in committee of whole, April 16, and ordered to third reading 1080
passed, April 16, given immediate effect and transmitted..

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returned amended, May 1, concurred in and referred to secretary for
printing and presentation to the governor.

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announcement of presentation to governor, May 7

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approved, May 17

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34. A bill to amend section 10 of act No. 90 of the public acts of 1899, entitled

"An act to provide one additional judge in the judicial circuit in which
the county of St. Clair is or may be situate, being now the 31st judicial
circuit:"
introduced by Mr. Moore, January 15, and referred to committee on
judiciary

188
reported favorably, January 10, rules suspended, passed, given immediate
effect and transmitted .

194
returned, February 6, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor

345
announcement of presentation to governor, February 12

380
approved, February 14

399
35. A bill to provide for two voting precincts in the township of Baldwin, in

the county of Delta:
introduced by Mr. Fuller, January 10, rules suspended, passed, given
immediate effect and transmitted

204
returned, January 17, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor

218
announcement of presentation to governor, January 21

234
approved, February 1..

312
36. A bill to repeal act No. 213 of the session laws of 1893, entitled "An act

to provide a board of jury commissioners for the county of St. Clair, and
the manner of selecting jurors to serve in the circuit court for said
county, and to prescribe their duties and to fix their compensation, and to
punish violations of said act," as amended by aet No. 46 of the session
laws of 1895:
introduced by Mr. Moore, January 16, rules suspended, passed, given
immediate effect and transmitted

204
returned, January 17, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-
sentation to the governor

219
announcement of presentation to governor, January 21

235
approved, January 28

267
37. A bill to amend the title and sections 1 and 3 of act No. 237 of the public

acts of 1881, entitled “An act to authorize and regulate, within this state,
the business of plate glass, accident, live stock, steam boiler, and fidelity
insurance, and to repeal acts Nos. 42 and 72 of the session laws of 1877,"
being sections 5110 and 5112 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Atwood (by request), January 16, and referred to
committee on insurance

205
reported print for committee, January 31 (file No. 29)

291
reported amended, March 20, and placed on the general order.

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considered in committee of whole, March 21, and ordered to third

reading
passed, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned amended, title amended, May S, and referred to committee

on insurance
reported, Jay 15, concurred in and referred to secretary for printing

and presentation to the governor'...
announcement of presentation to governor, May 21.

approved, May 30..
38. A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the formation of cor-

porations for the purpose of owning, maintaining and improving lands and
other property kept for the purposes of summer resorts or for ornament,
recreation or amusement, and to repeal all laws or parts of laws in conflict
herewith," approved June 4, 1897. being sections 1618 to 7038, inclusive,
of the compiled laws of 1897, by adding a new section thereto, to be known
as section 23:
introduced by Mr. McMullen, January 10, and referred to committee on

banks and corporations.
reported favorably, February 1, and placed on the general order (manu-

script)
considered in committee of whole, February 1, and ordered to third

reading
passed, February 1, and tabled.
taken up, February 12. given immediate effect and transmitted.

returned non-concurred in, May 30..
39. A bill to provide for the taxation and regulation of the business of selling:

keeping for sale, furnishing: giving or delivering cigarettes, cigarette
wrappers, and packages containing the same, and to prevent the sale of
the same to minors, as therein provided :
introduced by Mr. Westover, January 10, and referred to committee on

public health

reported print for committee, February 7 (file No. 48)
40. A bill making appropriations for the state asylum, Ionia, Michigan, for build-

ing and other purposes, for the year enling June 30, 1901:
introduced by Mr. Nichols, January 16, and referred to committee on

state asylum
reported favorably. February 14, and referred to the committee on

finance and appropriations.
reported amended, April 11, and placed on the general oriler (file No.

168)
considered in committee of whole, April 1.), and ordered to third reading.
passed, April 16, given immediate effect and transmitted..
returned amended, Alay 6. concurred in, and referred to secretary for

printing and presentation to the governor.
recalled by house, May 7 ..
returned, amended, May 8, concurred in, and referred to secretary for

printing and presentation to the governor.

approved, Jav 23.
41. A bill to provide for the regulation in this state of certain foreign corpora-

tions generally known as building and loan associations, prescribing the
terms and conditions upon which such foreign corporations shall be per-
mitted to do business in this state:
introduced by Jr. Charles Smith, January 1ti, and referred to committee

on banks and corporations.
reported amended. January 23, and placed on the general order (file

No. 15)
considered in committee of whole, January 29, amended, and ordered to

third reading
passed, January 29, and transmitted.
returned amended. February 15, concurred in, and referred to secretary

for printing and presentation to the governor..
announcement of presentation to governor. February 25.
approred. Jarch 5..

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42. A bill to amend sections 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. S. 9, and 10, and to repeal sections 18

to 34, inclusive, of an act, entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation
and regulation of certain corporations generally known is building and
loan associations," being act No. 50, public acts of 1887, as amended by act
No. 124, public acts of 1889: by act No. 269, public acts of 1895, and by
act No. 156, public acts of 1899, the same being chapter 206, volume 2, of
the compiled laws of 1897, and to substitute in the place of said repealed
sections twelve other sections to be numbered 18 to 29, inclusive:
introduced by Mr. Charles Smith, January 10, and referred to committee

on banks and corporations.
reported amended, February 13, and placed on the general order (man-

uscript)
considered in committee of whole, February 19, amended, and ordered

to third reading.
passed, February 20, given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned amended, March 6, concurred in, and referred to secretary for

printing and presentation to the governor

approved, March 13.
43. A joint resolution to amend section 10 of article 10 of the constitution of the

state of Michigan so as to provide for a board of county auditors for the
county of Kent:
introduced by Mr. Weekes, January 16, and referred to committee on

cities and villages..
reported farorably, March 27, and placed on the general order (file No.

137)
considered in committee of whole, April 3, amended, and ordered to third

reading
passed by two-thirds vote, April 3, and transmitted.

returned non-concurred in, May 30.
44. A bill making an appropriation for the current expenses of the northern state

normal school for the six months ending June 30, 1901:
introduced by Mr. Gad Smith, January 16, and referred to committee on

normal school at Marquette..
reported, January 18, and referred to committee on finance and appro-

priations
reported favorably, January 22, and placed on the general order (manu-

script)
considered in committee of whole, January 22, and ordered to third

reading
passed, January 22, given immediate effect and transmitted...
returned amended, March 26, concurred in, and referred to secretary for

printing and presentation to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, April 3

approved, April 9.
45. A bill to provide for the payment by the state of the expenses of prosecuting

state officers and employes for malfeasance or misfeasance in office, or for
bribing or attempting to bribe any such officer or employe, or for aiding or
abetting in the commission of any such offense:
introduced by Mr. Robson, January 16, and referred to committee on

judiciary
46. A bill to prohibit the manufacture and sale of articles of food containing un-

healthy ingredients:
introduced by Mr. Goodell, January 16, and referred to committee on

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reported amended, without recommendation, April 16, and tabled.
taken up, April 18, and placed on the general order (file No. 179)..
considered in committee of whole, April 24, and all after the enacting

clause stricken out...
47. A bill to amend sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 9, and to repeal sections 8 and 10

of an act, entitled "An act to provide for the examination and licensing of
barbers,” being act No. 212 of the public acts of Michigan for the year 1899,
approved June 1, 1899, and to add thereto 7 new sections to stand as sec-

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