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When notice of election to be given.

Village, how governed.

SEC. 4. The election inspectors shall give notice of the time and place of holding such election as provided in section two of the act, at least one week immediately preceding said election. At such election the polls shall be opened at nine o'clock in the forenoon and shall be closed at five o'clock in the afternoon.

SEC. 5. The said village of Peck shall in all things not herein otherwise provided be governed by an act, entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation of villages within the State of Michigan, and defining their powers and duties," approved February twentieth, one thousand eight hundred ninety-five and amendatory acts thereto.

SEC. 6. In case the said officers are not elected at the time designated in section two of this act, an election for officers may be held within thirty days after the time so designated, the notice being given as provided in said section.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved February 26, 1903.

When may, hold second election.

[No. 282.]

AN ACT to authorize the township of Jasper in the county of

Midland, to borrow the sum of one thousand dollars upon the faith and credit of said township, for the purpose of building a town hall in said township.

The People of the State of Michigan enact: Bond issue for SECTION 1. For the purpose of constructing a town hall in town hall.

the township of Jasper in the county of Midland, for the use of the township and the inhabitants thereof, the township board of said township is hereby authorized to submit to the electors of said township at its annual township meeting, to be held on the first Monday in April, in the year nineteen hun.

dred three, a proposition to raise the sum of one thousand dol. Rate of lars by loan, at a rate of interest not to exceed five per centum Interest.

per annum, to be voted upon by ballot. Notice of the submis. sion of said proposition shall be given at the same time and in

the same manner as notices required for annual township elecForm of tions. The ballots shall be printed and shall read, ballot.

" ) For the loan of $1,000.”

"( ) Against the loan of $1,000.”' The election board of said township shall canvass and count the votes cast for and against said proposition to loan and certify the same, at the same time and place that the votes for the several township officers to be elected, are canvassed

and counted. When bonds SEC. 2. If such proposition be approved by a majority vote may be issued. of said electors present and voting at said election, the town.

ship board of said township may immediately thereafter, make such loan, and issue the bonds of said township for the pay. ment thereof, with the interest thereon; said bonds to mature within such time as may be fixed by said township board, not exceeding four years from the date thereof.

act is ordered to take immediate effect Approved February 26, 1903.

[No. 283.]

AN ACT to amend sections two, ten and eleven of an act, en

titled "An act to incorporate the public schools in the vil. lage of Delray, in the county of Wayne,” approved April fourth, nineteen hundred one.

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The People of the State of Michigan enact: SECTION 1. Sections two, ten and eleven of an act, entitled Sections “An act to incorporate the public schools in the village of Del. ray, in the county of Wayne," approved April fourth, nineteen hundred one, are hereby amended so as to read as follows:

SEC. 2. The right and title to all the property, real and per- Property sonal, belonging to either of said school districts number one, tricts to pass number two and number seven, situate within the boundaries to village. of said village, shall pass to and vest in said public schools of Delray. "All contract rights and all indebtedness and contract Village to asobligations of every name and nature now existing in favor tions, etc. of or against said district number two, are hereby transferred to, vested in and imposed upon said public schools of Delray. All contract rights and all indebtedness and contract obligations of every name and nature existing and outstanding against either of said school districts, number one or number seven, shall be wholly paid and discharged by each of said districts respectively. The rights and liabilities of the several school districts in this act referred to, as between themselves, shall be adjusted as follows: Said public schools of Delray Amount vilshall pay to the assessor of said school district number one district No. 1. the sum of nine thousand one hundred forty-six dollars and seventy-seven cents, together with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum, from the date of the approval of this act, which shall be applied exclusively in payment of the bonded indebtedness of said school district number one; said public schools of Delray shall pay to the assessor of said amount to school district number seven the sum of two thousand four pay district hundred sixty-six dollars and forty-five cents, together with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from the date of the approval of this act, which shall be applied exclusively in payment of the bonded indebtedness of said school

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Bond issue by district number seven. For the purpose of making such pay

ments to said assessors of school districts numbered one and seven, said public schools of Delray may, by a majority vote of the qualified electors thereof, present at any annual meeting or special meeting called for that purpose, borrow money and

may issue bonds of the district therefor. Director to SEC. 10. The director of said school district shall, at the make report to school end of the school year and previous to October first in each commissioner.

year, make and deliver to the commissioner of public schools for Wayne county a report embodying the requirements of reports as specified in section four thousand six hundred eighty

nine of the Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, County treas- of the State of Michigan. The treasurer of the county of urer to pay certain Wayne shall pay over to the treasurer of the village of Delray

for the school district, public schools of Delray, all public village.

school moneys, from whatever source derived, to which said district may be entitled by law and which shall at any time

come to his hands. Village may

SEC. 11. The said school district may, by a majority vote of issue bonds for school the qualified electors thereof, present at the annual meeting house, etc.

or special meeting called for that purpose, borrow money and may issue bonds of the district therefor to pay for a school

house site or sites and to erect and furnish a school building Proviso. or buildings: Provided, That the aggregate amount of the

bonded indebtedness of such district at any one time shall not exceed one hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars. All the other provisions of law relative to the borrowing of money upon bonds of a school district not inconsistent herewith shall apply to the issuing of said bonds and of the bonds authorized

by section two of this act and to the vote to be taken thereon: Proviso. Provided, however, That if the laws governing voting and elec

tions are not applicable, the board of trustees of said district
shall prescribe the manner in which the voting and the can.
vass of votes at such election shall be conducted.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved February 26, 1903.

[No. 284.]

AN ACT to change the name of Della S. Tuck, of the township

of Fairgrove, Tuscola county, Michigan, to Della S. Black.

Name changed.

The People of the State of Michigan enact:
SECTION 1. The name of Della S. Tuck, of the township of
Fairgrove, Tuscola county, Michigan, is hereby changed to
Della S. Black

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved February 26, 1903.

[No. 285.]

AN ACT to change the name of Mrs. Mary Etta Brown, of the

village of Northville, county of Wayne, State of Michigan, to that of Mrs. Mary Etta Smith.

The People of the State of Michigan enact: SECTION 1. The pame of Mrs. Mary Etta Brown, of the vil. Name

changed. lage of Northville, county of Wayne, State of Michigan, is hereby changed to Mrs. Mary Etta Smith.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved February 26, 1903.

[No. 286.]

AN ACT to change the name of Edith May Brown, of the vil.

lage of Northville, county of Wayne, State of Michigan, to Edith May Smith.

The People of the State of Michigan enact: SECTION 1. The name of Edith May Brown, of the village Name

changed. of Northville, county of Wayne, State of Michigan, is hereby changed to Edith May Smith.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved February 26, 1903.

[No. 287.)

AN ACT to change the name of Mott Christler, of the county

of Mason, State of Michigan, to Mott C. Butler.

The People of the State of Michigan enact : SECTION 1. The name of Mott Christler, of the county of Name Mason, State of Michigan, is hereby changed to Mott C. Butler.

changed. This act is ordered to take immediate effect. Approved February 26, 1903.

[No. 288.]

AN ACT to authorize the village of Standish, in the county of

Arenac, and State of Michigan, to borrow money and issue its bonds therefor, with which to purchase or construct a waterworks plant, an electric light plant and to construct a system of public sewers for said village.

The People of the State of Michigan enact: Bond issue by

SECTION 1. The village council in the village of Standish, in village.

the county of Arenac, shall be and is hereby authorized to bor. row money on the faith and credit of said village, and to issue

the bonds of said village therefor, to an amount not exceeding How ex- twenty-five thousand dollars, which shall be expended for the pended.

purchase or construction of a waterworks plant and electric light plant and the construction of a system of public sewers

for said village of Standish; under such rules and regulations Proviso. as the village council shall provide: Provided, That a majority

of the electors of said village voting at an election, held in accordance with this act, shall vote in favor of the said loan

in the manner specified in this act and not otherwise. Question to be Sec. 2. The question of raising the said money shall be subsubmitted to electors. mitted by the village council of the said village to the electors

thereof, and the vote shall be taken as near as may be in accordance with the provisions of an act, entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation of villages within the State of

Michigan, and defining their powers and duties," approved FebCouncil may ruary nineteenth, eighteen hundred ninety-five. The village order special election. council shall have power to order a special election when it

may, by said council, be deemed necessary to carry out the provisions of this act, and the proceedings had at such special

election shall be the same as at the general elections held within Notice of.

said village as near as' may be. Said village council shall cause notice of any election held under this act to be published at least twice in a newspaper published in said village, if any is published therein, and copies of such notice shall be posted up

in six of the most public places in said village at least two Form of

weeks before such election is held. Those electors voting for ballot.

said loan shall have written or printed on their ballots the words: "For the loan," and those electors voting against the loan shall have written or printed on their ballots the words: “Against the loan.”

Sec. 3. If said loan shall be authorized by a majority of such

electors, said bonds may be issued in such sums not exceeding Rate of the amount hereinbefore limited, payable at such times with interest.

such rates of interest, not exceeding six per cent per annum, How signed. as the said village council shall determine and direct. Such

bonds shall be signed by the president of the village, countersigned by the clerk of said village and negotiated by or under the direction of the village council

, and the money raised there from shall be appropriated in such manner as said village coun

When bonds may be issued.

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