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to authorizing proceedings against garnishees and for other purposes, as amended, being section eight thousand fifty-five of Howell's Annotated Statutes of eighteen hundred eightythree and eighteen hundred ninety, and to add thereto a new section to stand as section twenty-eight. Appeoved June 30, 1891.

226 179. An act to establish, protect and enforce by lien the rights of

mechanics and other persons furnishing labor or materials for the 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. Approved July 1, 1891. .

228 180. An act to amend section fifty-six of act number fifty-nine of the

laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, being section five
hundred and fifty-four of Howell's Annotated Statutes, relative
to the annual report of prosecuting attorneys to the attorney
General. Approved July 1, 1891. ..

239 181. An act to amend sections one and two of act number one hun

dred and ninety of the public acts of the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty three, being an act, entitled "An act to provide for the location, erection, organization and management of an asylum for insane criminals,” the same being section one thousand nine hundred forty-three a and one thousand nine hundred forty-three b of Howell's Annotated Statutes volume three. Approved July 1, 1891.-

239 182. An act to provide for the payment of a franchise fee by corporations. Approved July 2, 1891.

240 183. An act to provide for the registration and identification of

criminals, in the penal institutions of this State, by the Ber-
tillon system. Approved July 2, 1891

240 184. An act making an appropriation for the further equipment

of the Mining School at Houghton. in the county of Houghton,
Michigan. Approved July 2, 1891

241 185. An act to provide for the appointment, fix the compensation,

and prescribe the duties of the stenographer of the circuit courts for the counties of Gogebic and Ontonagon, now composing the thirty-second judicial circuit. Approved July 2,

242 186. An act to authorize the cities and villages of this State to

provide for the lighting of their streets, and other public places
therein, by means of electric or other lights. Approved July
2, 1891

244 187. An act to amend sections two, five, eight, ten and eleven of

chapter three; section eight of chapter six; sections one and
three of chapter eight; and section two of chapter nine of
act number two hundred and twenty-seven of the public
acts of eighteen [hundred] and eighty-five, entitled "An act
to provide for the construction and maintenance of drains, and
the assessment and collection of taxes therefor, and to repeal
all other laws relative thereto," as amended by the several acts
amendatory thereto. Approved July 2, 1891..

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188. An act to create a commission, define its duties and powers

and make an appropriation of money for the purpose of
making an exhibit of the various manufactures and pro-
ducts of the State of Michigan at the World's Columbian
Exposition at Chicago in the years one thousand eight hun-
dred and ninety-two and one thousand eight hundred and
ninety-three. Approved July 2, 1891..

252 189. An act to provide for an appropriation for the preparation,

publication and distribution of the proceedings of the annual
meetings of the Michigan superintendents of the poor, for
the years eighteen hundred and ninety-one and eighteen
hundred and ninety-two. Approved July 3, 1891.

256 190. An act to prescribe the manner of conducting and to prevent

fraud and [deception] deceptions at elections in this State.
Approved July 3, 1891..-

256 191. An act to provide for the incorporation of equal suffrage asso

ciations within the State of Michigan. Approved July 3,
1891

272 192. An act making an appropriation for the general expenses of

the State government, salaries of State officers, expenses of
State departments and expenses of the Legislature for the
years eighteen hundred and ninety-one and eighteen hun-
dred and ninety-two, and to provide a tax for the payment
of the same. Approved July 3, 1891.

273 193. An act to authorize and validate proceedings for the foreclosure

of mortgages and the enforcement of liens and incumbrances
against the real estate of private corporations whose term of

existence has expired by limitation. Approved July 3, 1891... 273 194. An act to prescribe the manner of conducting municipal and

township elections and to prevent fraud and deception thereat.
Approved July 3, 1891.

274 195. An act providing for the erection of a cottage at the Eastern

Michigan Asylum at Pontiac, for the purchase of additional
land for said asylum and making provisions for the payment
for the same. Approved July 3, 1891...

275 196. An act to incorporate mutual benefit societies, membership in

which is confined to a single city, village or township.
Approved July 3, 1891.

276 197. An act to authorize the consolidation of street railway and electric light companies. Approved July 3, 1891..

277 198. An act to provide for the submission to the people of this State,

of the question of a convention for the purpose of a general
revision of the constitution of this State. Approved July 3,
1891..

278 199. An act to amend section ten of chapter one hundred and

forty-eight of the public acts of eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, entitled "An act to revise and consolidate the several acts relating to the support and maintenance of poor persons,” approved April fifth, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, the same being compiler's section eighteen hundred and twenty-five of the compiled laws of eighteen hun

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dred and seventy-one, and being compiler's section seventeen hundred and sixty-four of Howell's Annotated Statutes of Michigan. Approved July 3, 1891..

279 200. An act to provide for the assessment of property and the

levy of taxes thereon, and for the collection of taxes heretofore and hereafter levied, and to repeal act number one hundred and ninety-five of the session laws of one thousand eight-hundred and eighty-nine, except as provided in this act, and all other acts or parts of acts in anywise contravening any of the provisions of this act. Approved July 7, 1891

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TITLE. 1. Joint resolution proposing an amendment to section one, article

nine, of the constitution of this State, relative to the salary of the Attorney General. Approved March 11, 1891..

322 2. Joint resolution requesting the Senate and House of Represent

atives of the United States to propose and submit to the legislatures of the several states amendments to the constitution of the United States, providing for the election of President and Vice President of the United States by a direct vote of the people, and for the election of United States Senators on a general ticket by the people of each State. Approved April 23, 1891

323 3. Joint resolution authorizing the board of State auditors to audit

and pay the claim of Patrick Mulcrone of the city of St. Ignace for meat furnished to Company B, Fourth Regiment, and Company H, Third Regiment, Michigan State Troops while encamped on Mackinac Island at the annual State encampment in the year 1888. Approved April 23, 1891.

323 4. Joint resolution authorizing the board of State auditors to inves

tigate, examine and settle any claim found to be due Robert
Lake, of the city of Jackson, against the State of Michigan for
damages or compensation, by reason of extra or additional
work performed and material furnished by said Lake, at the
request of the warden and board of inspectors of the State

Prison at Jackson, in this State. _ Approved April 28, 1891.--- 324 5. Joint resolution for the relief of Frank M. Decker, late of Com

pany I, Second Regiment, Michigan State Troops. Approved
May 19, 1891

325 6. Joint resolution authorizing the board of State auditors to

investigate, examine and settle any claim found to be due
Josiah W. Begole against the State of Michigan for moneys
paid, laid out and expended by him as Governor of the State in

the case of Dullam vs. Wilson. Approved May 19, 1891..-.. 325 7. Joint resolution authorizing the Governor to issue a patent to

Ellen C. Lafler, Warren B. Lafler, Phares Lafler, William
Lafler, Byron L. Lafler, Schuyler Lafler and Julia A.
Holmes, for the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter
of section six, town six south, of range seven east, the same

being primary school land. Approved June 8, 1891. ------ 326 8. Joint resolution authorizing the board of State auditors to

make certain improvements on certain property owned by
the State. Approved June 12, 1891...

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1. Concurrent resolution relative to amendment to Federal Con-

stitution prohibiting sale of lottery tickets. Approved Feb-
ruary 16, 1891

328 2. Concurrent resolution directing Secretary of State to compile

complete list of land grants made of the lands in Michigan
by the United States government and by this State to
railroads, canals and State roads, etc. Approved March 5,
1891..

328 3. Concurrent resolution authorizing the Governor to receive cer

tain moneys from the United States and receipt therefor.
Approved April 15, 1891.

328 4. Concurrent resolution directing certain moneys received from

the United States to be deposited in the State treasury to

the credit of the general fund. Approved May 1, 1891.--- 329 5. Concurrent resolution authorizing a second edition of two

thousand copies of the Manual of 1891. Approved May 20,
1891..

329 6. Concurrent resolution relative to the interring of the remains

of Governor Stevens T. Mason in the Capitol grounds at
Lansing. Approved May 28, 1891.

329 7. Concurrent resolution authorizing the Governor to appoint three

"Commissioners for promotion of uniformity of legisla

tion in the United States." Approved June 5, 1891.. 330 8. Concurrent resolution relative to target practice by U. S. Troops on Mackinaw Island. Approved June 8, 1891.

331 9. Concurrent resolution authorizing the Governor to issue a patent

to Claudius Harris for the north part of the east one-third part of the north half of section number sixteen, in town two north, of range eleven east, containing forty acres of land. Approved June 17, 1891.

331 10. Concurrent resolution asking Congress to enact legislation nec

essary to insure the adoption of automatic car couplings and
train brakes on all railroads in the United States. Approved
June 19, 1891

333 11. Concurrent resolution authorizing the Governor to issue a patent

to certain lands to Perry St. Clair upon certain conditions.
Approved June 22, 1891.

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