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200. A bill to amend section 2 of chapter 108, being section 4411 of the com-

piled laws of 1897, entitled “Of the preservation of the public health,
quarantine, nuisances and offensive trades:':
introduced by JIr. Charles Smith, February 14, and referred to com-

mittee on public health..
201. A bill to amend act No. 100 of the public acts of 1883, approved June 6,

1883, entitled "An act to amend act No. 178 of the session laws of 1881,
approved May 31, 1881, entitled 'An act to authorize suits to be brought
against insurance companies organized under the laws of this state, in
the circuit court of any county of this state, in which the plaintiff shall
reside, and said company issue policies or take risks:'
introduced by Mr. Atwood, February 14, and referred to committee on

insurance
reported favorably, March 3, and placed on the general order (file

No. SS.)
considered in committee of whole, March 12, and ordered to third reading
passed, March 12, and transmitted..
returned, March 26, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-

tion to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, April 3.

approved, April 9..
202. A bill to amend act No. 119 of the public acts of 1893, entitled "An act

to define what shall constitute fraternal beneficiary societies, orders or
associations, to provide for their incorporation and the regulation of
their business, for the punishment for violation of the provisions of the
act of their incorporation, and repeal all existing acts inconsistent there-
with," approved May 25, 1893:
introduced by Mr. Atwood, February 14, and referred to committee on

insurance
203. A bill to establish a reformatory prison for women:

introduced by Mr. Moore, February 14, and referred to committee on

state affairs
204. A bill to define the powers and duties of the board of auditors of Kent

county and to fix their compensation:

introduced by Mr. Weekes, February 14, and tabled.
205. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to section 1 of article 4 of

the constitution of this state, and also proposing to add two new sections
to article 4, to stand as sections 50 and 51, relative to granting legislative
power to the electors and the manner in which the same shall be exercised;
and also proposing to add one new section to article 20 of the constitution
to stand as section 3, relative to the proposing of amendments to this
constitution by the electors of this state:
introduced by Mr. Helme, February 14, ordered printed (file No. 64)

and referred to committee on constitutional amendments..
206. A bill to amend act No. 118, session laws of 1893, being an act to revise and

consolidate the laws relative to the state prison, the state house of cor-
rection and branch state prison in the upper peninsula, and to the house
of correction and reformatory at Ionia, and the government and discipline
thereof, and to add a new section thereto, and to repeal all acts incon-
sistent therewith:

introduced by Mr. Nichols, February 14, and tabled...
taken up, April 5, and refered to committee on reformatory at Ionia..
reported favorably, April 10, and placed on the general order (file

No 163)
recalled from printer, April 12, committee of whole discharged and

referred to committee on judiciary.

reported print for committee, April 12 (file No. 163).
207. A bill to provide for the incorporation, management and regulation of

pawners' societies and limiting the rate of compensation to be paid for
advances, storage and insurance of pawns and pledges, and to allow the
loaning of money upon personal property:

introduced by Mr. Jurfin, February 15, and tabled.

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208. A bill declaring certain contracts or agreements to be unlawful, and to

provide punishment for soliciting or entering into the same, or doing any
act in performance thereof:

introduced by Mr. Robson. February 15, and tabled...
209. A bill to amend section 17 of chapter 2 of act No. 164 of the public acts

of 1881, entitled "An act to revise and consolidate the laws relating to
public instruction and primary schools, and to repeal all statutes and
acts contravening the provisions of this act," being section 4662 of the
compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Sovereign, l'ebruary 15, and referred to coinmittee on

education and public schools..
210. A bill to amend sections 1, 3, 4 and 10 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,
the same being compiler's section 8602 of the compiled laws of 1897:
introduced by Mr. Humphrey, February 15. ordered printed (file No. 65)

and referred to committee on judiciary..
reported amender, April 9, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of whole, April 11, all after enacting clause

stricken out and motion to reconsider tabled...
211. A bill making appropriations for the current expenses and building and

special purposes for the Michigan college of mines at Houghton, for the
fiscal years ending June 30, 1902, and June 30, 1903, and to provide a
tax to meet the same:
introduced by Mr. Humplirey, February 15, and referred to committee on

college of mines
reported favorably, March 13, and referred to committee on finance

and appropriations
reported favorably, March 27, and placed on the general order (file

No. 138)
considered in committee of whole, April 3, and ordered to third reading
passed, April 3, and transmitted..
returned amended, April 25, concurred in, given immediate effect and

referred to secretary for printing and presentation to the governor
announcement of presentation to governor, May 1.

approved, May 13
212. A bill to provide a tax to meet the amounts disbursed by the state for the

current expenses of the Michigan state prison, the house of correction
and reformatory, and the state house of correction and branch prison,
upper peninsula :
introduced by Mr. Gad Smith, February 15, and referred to committee

on state prison at Marquette....
213. A bill to limit the expense for obtaining new business in mutual life insur-

ance companies to the expense loading of the premium of business written,
so that each new policy shall pay its own cost and prevent encroachments
on the funds belonging to and contributed by other policy holders:
introduced by Mr. Baird, February 15, and referred to committee on

insurance
214. A bill to restore school district No. 2 of Waterford township, in the county

of Oakland, in the state of Michigan, to its original boundary lines:
introduced by Mr. Nims (by request), and referred to committee on

education and public schools
reported substituted, March 27, and placed on the general order (file

No. 139)
considered in committee of whole, April 3, and ordered to third reading
passed, April 3, given immediate effect and transmitted..
returned amended, concurred in, May 2, and referred to secretary for

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announcement of presentation to governor. May 7
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215. A bill to authorize railroad companies to maintain relief departments for

the benefit of their employes and their families:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 15, and referred to committee on

insurance
216. A bill to regulate the business of mutual fire insurance companies doing

business in the state of Michigan:
introduced by Mr. Atwood, February 15, and referred to committee on

insurance
reported favorably, March 1, and placed on the general order (file

No. 110)
considered in committee of whole, March 26, and ordered to third reading
passed, March 26, and transmitted.
returned amended, May 1, concurred in and referred to secretary for

printing and presentation to the governor..
announcement of presentation to governor, May 7.

approved, May 17.
217. A bill to provide for the registration of grange libraries:

introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 15, and tabled.
taken up, April 8, and referred to committee on agricultural interests
reported substituted, April 9, and placed on the general order (file

No. 160)
considered in committee of whole, April 12, and referred to committee

on printing
reported favorably, April 16, and ordered to third reading.
passed, April 10, and transmitted...
returned, May 14, and referred to secretary for printing and presenta-

tion to the governor..
announcement of presentation to governor, May 21

approved, May 30.
218. A bill to provide for the assessment, levy and collection of taxes upon the

property of railroad companies, palace or sleeping car companies, union
depot companies, telegraph companies, telephone companies and express
companies, and to provide for a board of review, and the defining and
fixing of the duties and compensation of said board, the disposition of
said taxes after they shall have been collected, and to repeal all acts or
parts of acts in anywise inconsistent with or contravening any of the
provisions of this act:

introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 15, and tabled..
taken up, March 11, and referred to committee on taxation.

reported print for committee, March 12 (file No. 94)...
219. A bill to provide for the establishment and maintenance of a state board

of highway commissioners, and to define its powers and duties and to
determine their compensation:

introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 15, and tabled
220. A bill relative to the assessment and collection of money tax for high-

way purposes and to define the powers and duties of township officers
relative thereto, and to the expenditure thereof:

introduced by Mr. Palmer, February 15, and tabled..
taken up, March 6, and referred to committee on roads and bridges.
reported print for committee, March 6 (file No. 93).
reported amended, March 22, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of whole, March 25, and referred to committee

on judiciary
reported substituted, April 8, and placed on the general order (file No.

157)
considered in committee of whole, April 16, amended and ordered to

third reading
passed, April 16, and transmitted.

returned non-concurred in, May 30.
221. A bill to increase the efficiency of the military establishment of the state of

Michigan, and to repeal all former acts inconsistent with the provisions
of this act:

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introduced by Mr. Pierson, February 18, and referred to committee on

military affairs.
reported amended and print for committee, March 13 (file No. 101).
reported reprint for committee, April 5 (file No. 101).
reported amended, May 2, and referred to committee on finance and

appropriations
reported amended, May 8, and placed on the general order.
considered in committee of whole, May 8, and made a special order for

Vlay 9
considered in committee of whole, May 9, amended, and ordered to

third reading
read third time, May 9 and tabled.
taken up; Vay 9, passed, given immediate effect and transmitted..
returned amended, May 27, concurred in and referred to secretary for

printing and presentation to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, May 31

approvedl, June 3.
222. A bill to allow the public to catch fish with hook and line in all lakes and

streans in the state of Michigan, which have been heretofore or shall
hereafter be stocked by the state, subject to the laws thereof for the pro-
tection of fish:
introduced by Mr. Doherty (by request), February 18, and referred to

committee on fisheries
reported favorably, February 27, and placed on the general order (file

No. 80)
considered in committee of whole, March 13, and all after the enacting

clause stricken out...
223. A bill to amend section 30 of act No. 14 of the public acts of 1899, approved

April 18, 1899, entitled “An act to provide for the publication and distribu-
tion of laws and documents, reports of the several officers, boards of officers
and public institutions of this state now or hereafter to be published, and
to provide for the replacing of books lost by fire or otherwise, and to
provide for the publication and distribution of the official directory and
legislative manual of the state of Michigan, and to repeal act No. 122 of
the session laws of 1889, approved May 31, 1889, act No: 20 of the session
laws of 1889, approved March 19, 1889, and all other laws or parts of
laws contravening or inconsistent with this act:
introduced by Mr. Farr, February 18, and referred to committee on

printing
224. A bill to authorize the village of Pentwater, in the county of Oceana, Mich-

igani, to borrow money to make public improvements in said village and to
issue bonds therefor:

introduced by Mr. Farr, February 18, and tabled.
225. A bill to authorize the township of Pentwater, in the county of Oceana,

Michigan, to borrow money to make public improvements in said town-
ship and to issue bonds therefor:

introduced by Mr. Farr, February 18, and tabled...
226. A bill to revise the law in relation to promissory notes, bonds, due-bills

and other instruments in writing by abolishing days of grace:
introduced by Mr. Sleeper (by request), February 18, and referred to

committee on banks and corporations. .
reported favorably, April 30, and placed on the general order (manu-

script)
committee of whole discharged, May 1, and referred to committee on

judiciary
227. A joint resolution to amend section 6 of article 6 of the constitution of

the state of Michigan, relative to circuit courts:
introduced by Mr. Westorer (by request), February 18, and referred

to co:nmittee on judiciary.
reportel substituted, February 19, rules suspended, passed by two-

thirds vote. given immediate effect and transmitted.
returned. February 20, and referred to secretary for printing and pre-

santation to the governor....
announcement of presentation to governor, February 25.

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228. A bill to prohibit prescribing and applying remedies and directing, recom-

mending or advising medical or surgical treatment by other than a reg-
ular licensed physician:
introduced by Mr. Cannoni, February 18, and referred to committee on

public health..
229. A bill to authorize the formation of central station heating and power

companies:
introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 18, and referred to committee on

banks and corporations.
reported favorably, May 21, and placed on the general order

(file
No. 204)
230. A bill to amend section 12 of act No. 44 of the public acts of 1899, entitled

“An act to provide for the publication and distribution of laws and
documents, reports of the several officers, boards of officers and public
institutions of this state now or hereafter to be published, and to provide
for the replacing of books lost by fire or otherwise, and to provide for the
publication and distribution of the official directory and legislative man-
ual of the state of Michigan, and to repeal act No. 122 of the session
laws of 1889, approved May 31, 1889, act No. 20 of the session laws of
1889, approved March 19, 1889, and all other laws or parts of laws con-
travening or inconsistent with this act," approved April 18, 1899:

introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 18, and tabled..
231. A bill to amend section 15 of act No. 184 of the public acts of 1895, as

amended by act No. 77 of the public acts of 1899, entitled “An act to pro-
vide for the inspection of manufacturing establishments and workshops in
this state, and to provide for the enforcement, regulation and the inspec-
tion of such establishments, and the employment of women and children
therein," approved May 22, 1895, being section 5356 of the compiled laws
of 1897:

introduced by Mr. Loomis, February 18, and tabled..
232. A bill to amend section 14 of act No. 190 of the public acts of 1891, entitled

"An act to prescribe the manner of conducting and to prevent fraud and
(deception) deceptions at the elections in this state," as subsequently
amended, and being section 3625 of the compiled laws of Michigan for the
year 1897:
introduced by Mr. Atwood, February 18, and referred to committee on

elections
reported favorably, February 20, and placed on the general order (file

No. 77)
considered in committee of whole, February 20, amended, and ordered

to third reading.
passed, February 26, and transmitted.
returned substituted, May 7, and tabled.
taken up, May 23, concurred in, and referred to secretary for printing

and presentation to the governor.
announcement of presentation to governor, May 31

approved, June 6..
233. A bill to protect persons from injuries by street railway cars running on the

public streets in the cities of the state:

introduced by Mr. Atwoad, February 18, and tabled.
234. A bill providing the substances which shall be used in the manufacture of

beer and malt products sold in this state, and providing for inspection of
the same:
introduced by Mr. Atwood, February 18, and referred to committee on

state affairs
235. A bill to constitute the president of the village of Homer ex-officio member

of the board of supervisors of Calhoun county:

introduced by Mr. Bangham, February 18, and tabled..
taken up, March 13, rules suspended, passed, given immediate effect,

and transmitted..
returned, March 19, and referred to secretary for printing and presen-

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announcement of presentation to goverridf'; March 27.
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