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the warrant of the warden or superintendent, indorsed by the board of inspectors and approved by the Auditor General

SEC. 10. The warden or superintendent, under directions Keeping of books. of the board, shall cause the books of the institution to be so kept as to clearly exhibit the workings of the prison, asylum or school, in all its departments. He shall make a Quarterly statequarterly statement to the board which shall specify in detail all receipts and expenditures; proper itemized vouchers in duplicate shall be taken for each expenditure, one of which shall accompany each quarterly statement, the other to be kept on file at the institution and the said quarterly statement with vouchers attached after approval by the board, shall be filed with the Auditor General. The Annual accounts of each institution shall be annually closed on the thirtieth day of November of each year, and the warden or superintendent shall make a report to the said board within one month thereafter, showing the condition of the prison, asylum or school, together with a detailed statement of the receipts and expenditures in each department, and the estimates of expense for building, repairs and all other purposes for the next succeeding year; the names and duties of all employés with their several salaries; the contracts entered into during the year for the employment of convicts; the name of each contractor in the prison or school with the number of convicts employed by him and the price paid for their labor; the whole number of inmates in the prison, asylum or school, and the whole number received during the year, with the names of the counties from whence they were received, and the crimes of which they were convicted; the number discharged, died, escaped or pardoned, together with such other facts and suggestions as may fully exhibit the entire workings of the prison or school during the year.

Sec. 11. No inspector, warden or superintendent or any Not to be interother employé shall be directly or indirectly interested in any etc.

ested in business, kind of business carried on in such prison, asylum or school, nor in the purchase or sale for or on account of such prison or school, nor shall they employ the labor of any convict upon any work in which they are interested; all infractions of the rules and regulations shall be reported by the officer in charge, to the warden or superintendent, who alone is authorized to prescribe punishment, and all good time lost by said infraction of rules and regulations may, upon the recommendation of the warden, be restored by the board of inspectors. The warden or superintendent shall cause to be Daily journal, kept a daily journal of the proceedings of the prison, asylum or school in such manner as may be directed by the board of inspectors, and keep in each cell or room in the prison, asylum or school, a copy of the rules and regulations adopted by the board for the government of prisoners.

Sec. 12. The said board of inspectors shall make a bien- Board to report nial report to the Governor to be by him laid before the

etc.

blermlally.

Legislature; the first report to be made in January, one
thousand eight hundred and ninety-three, which shall contain
the reports made them by the officers of each institution,
together with such recommendations for the betterment of
each institution, and any other information they may deem

proper to submit.
To be advisory SEC. 13. The said board of inspectors shall be the advis-
board of pardons,

ory board in the matter of párdons, and shall exercise the

powers and perform the duties of said advisory board as Repealing provided by law. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with clause.

the provisions of this act are hereby repealed, and the presCertain boards ent boards of managers of said institutions consolidated abolished, etc.

under this act be and the same are hereby abolished and
all appointments of officers and agents at said institutions
are hereby annulled.

Approved June 17, 1891.

[ No. 141. ]

AN ACT to repeal act number two hundred and fourteen,

of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine,
entitled “An act to amend act number one hundred and
ninety-eight of the session laws of eighteen hundred and
seventy-seven, entitled 'An act to provide for a tax upon
dogs and to create a fund for the payment of certain
damages for sheep killed or wounded by them in certain
cases,' approved May twenty-third, eighteen hundred and
seventy-seven, as amended by act number two hundred
and eighty-three of the public acts of eighteen hundred
and eighty-one, approved June eleventh, eighteen hundred
and eighty-one, by adding four new sections thereto to
stand as sections eleven, twelve, thirteen and fourteen,"
and to provide for the payment of the moneys now in the
hands of the county treasurers, on account of said act, to
the several township and city treasurers to which the
same belong, respectively, upon demand therefor.
SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact,
That act number two hundred and fourteen of the public
acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, entitled "An act
to amend act number one hundred and ninety-eight of the
session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, entitled
‘An act to provide for a tax upon dogs and to create a fund
for the payment of certain damages for sheep killed or
wounded by them in certain cases,' approved May twenty-
third, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, as amended by
act number two hundred and eighty-three of the public acts
of eighteen hundred and eighty-one, approved June eleventh,
eighteen hundred and eighty-one, by adding four new sec-
tions thereto, to stand as sections eleven, twelve, thirteen
and fourteen,” be and the same is hereby repealed.

Act ropealed.

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Sec. 2. Moneys now in the hands of county treasurers Moneys, etc.. to on account of said act, shall be paid to the several town- and township ship and city treasurers to which the same belong, respect- treasurers. ively, upon demand therefor.

Approved June 17, 1891.

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[ No. 142. ]

AN ACT to make an appropriation for the erection of water

closets at the State Normal School in Ypsilanti, and for providing the necessary sewer connections therewith.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, Appropriation, That there is hereby appropriated out of the State treasury the sum of eight thousand dollars for erecting water closets at the State Normal School at Ypsilanti, and making proper sewer connections therewith, to be paid during the years eighteen hundred [and] ninety-one and eighteen hundred and ninety-two.

SEC. 2. There shall be assessed upon the taxable property To be incor. of the State in the year eighteen hundred ninety-one the 1891.a. sum of four thousand dollars, and in the year eighteen hundred ninety-two the sum of four thousand dollars, to be assessed, levied and collected in like manner as other taxes are assessed, levied and collected, which tax, when collected, shall be credited to the general fund to reimburse the same for the sums to be drawn therefrom as provided in this act.

SEO. 3. The sum provided for in this act shall be when to be expended under the direction of the State Board of Education, when the city of Ypsilanti shall have provided proper sewerage connections, and shall be drawn from the treasury upon presentation of the proper requisition of said board to the Auditor General, and on his warrant to the State Treasurer.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 17, 1891.

expended.

[ No. 143. ] AN ACT to exempt from taxation the property of the

[Women's] Woman's Auxiliary Association of the University of Michigan.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, To be exempt That all property of the said Women's Auxiliary Association of the University of Michigan, or held by any trustee for such association, while held and used solely for the purposes of the association, to wit: For maintaining at the

from taxation,

University of Michigan women as professors and instructors
in the University, whose services shall be at the disposal of
the faculty and regents of the University, as teachers and
lecturers, without charge to the University or the State of
Michigan, shall be forever free and exempt from taxation in
any form, under the laws of the State of Michigan.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 19, 1891.

University may

[ No. 144. ] AN ACT to authorize the faculty of the department of

literature, science and the arts, of the University of Michigan to give teachers' certificates in certain cases.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, issue certificate That the faculty of the department of literature, science and to teach, etc.

the arts, of the University of Michigan, shall give to every person receiving a bachelor's, master's or doctor's degree, and also a teacher's diploma for work done in the science and the arts of teaching from said University, a certificate, which shall serve as a legal certificate of qualification to teach in any of the schools of this State, when a copy thereof shall have been filed or recorded in the office of the legal examining officer or

officers of the county, township, city or district. Such certifiof apdulling caté shall not be liable to be annulled except by the said certificate, etc.

faculty of the said University; but its effect may be suspended
in any county, township, city or district, and the holder thereof
may be stricken from the list of qualified teachers in such
county, township, city or district, by the legal examining officer
or officers of the said county, township, city, or district, for
any cause and in the same manner that such examining officer
or officers may be by law authorized to revoke certificates given
by himself or themselves, and such suspension shall continue
in force until revoked by the authority suspending it.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 19, 1891.

[ No. 145. ]

AN ACT authorizing the board of managers of the Mich

igan Soldiers' Home to sell certain real estate now belonging to the State of Michigan, and to apply the proceeds of such sale to the improvement of the grounds and buildings of that institution.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, tate authorized. That the board of managers of the Michigan Soldiers' Home

be and are hereby authorized to sell a certain piece of real

Sale of real es

estate known as the Whitney and Saunders property, and described as follows: All that certain piece or parcel of land situate and being in section six in said township of Grand Rapids, Kent county, Michigan, beginning on the south line of Robert Briggs' farm and on the east line of the Canal street gravel road, thence east on said Briggs' south line to a corner; thence south ten rods to a corner; thence west parallel to said Briggs' south line to the east line of said gravel road; thence northerly on said east line of said gravel road to the place of beginning, containing one-half acre of land, exclusive of a strip two rods wide upon the north side and adjoining said Briggs' land, which is to be kept open for a highway: Provided, That the price to be obtained Proviso as to

price, for said property shall not be less than five thousand dol. lars.

SEC. 2. The money received from the sale of said Disposal of property shall be turned over to the treasurer of the Home to be used, not exceeding two thousand dollars for the improvement of the grounds, not exceeding one thousand dollars for a barn, the remainder for repairs and improvement of the buildings, the money to be expended under the direction of the board of managers, and to be accounted for by them as are other public moneys.

This act ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 19, 1891.

proceeds.

[ No. 146. ] AN ACT to amend sections three, four and five of act number

two hundred and six of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-one, entitled "An act to provide for the uniform regulation of certain State institutions and to repeal section seven of act number one hundred and forty-eight of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-three, act one hundred and sixty-two of the session laws of eighteen hundred [and] seventy-three, act number thirty-one of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-five, section seventeen of act number two hundred and thirteen of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-five, section seventeen of act number one hundred and seventysix of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventyseven, section sixteen of act number one hundred and thirty-three of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, section twenty of act number two hundred and fifty of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, and all acts or parts of acts contravening the provisions of this act,” the same being sections four hundred and fourteen, four hundred and fifteen, and four hundred and sixteen of Howell's Annotated Statutes.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, Sections That sections three, four and five of act number two hun

amended,

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