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Vacancies.

Proviso.

Members may appoint substitute.

Proviso.

for licenses.

of members of

licensed.

the same with the secretary of State, before entering upon the duties of his office. Should a vacancy occur in said board, the

governor of this State shall fill the same by appointment. . Granting of

SEC. 9. Any member of said board of examiners may, when the licenses by members of.

board is not in session, examine applicants, and in case any applicant is found competent, grant a license to him to practice dentistry in this State, until the next meeting of the said board, and no longer, upon the payment of the sum of three dollars : Provided, · No member of the said board shall grant a license to one who has been rejected on an examination by the board.

SEC. 8. Should any member of said board be unable to attend at the meeting of the board for the examination of applicants, he may appoint in writing a substitute, who shall have the same power on the examination that the member appointing him would have, if present: Provided, Such substitute be a person eligible to be a mem

ber of said board within the provisions of this act: And provided Further proviso. further, That the appointment of such substitute be by and with

the written consent of the other members of the board. Tee to be paid SEC. 9. Each applicant shall, on receipt of a license to practice,

pay into the treasury of the board the sum of ten dollars, which

shall constitute a fund to defray the expenses of the board ; and Compensation each member of th

each member of the board shall receive therefrom the sum of three board, etc.

dollars per day for services rendered as such examiner. The said List of persons board shall keep a list of the names of all persons to whom licenses

have been granted under the provisions of this act, and also of all persons practicing dentistry in this State, in a book provided for

that purpose, with the names arranged in alphabetical order. What moneys SEC. 10. Any sum in excess of one hundred dollars which, under to be paid into State treasury.

the provisions of this act, may accumulate in the treasury of said board, shall be paid by treasurer thereof into the treasury of this State.

SEC. 11. Each person now engaged in the practice of dentistry

t in this State shall, within ninety days after this act takes effect, affidavit, etc, send an affidavit to the secretary of said board setting forth his

name, place of business, postoffice address, the length of time he has been engaged in practice in this State, and if a graduate of a dental college state the name of the same, and also pay to the treasurer of said board the sum of twenty-five cents, and on failure to comply with the provisions of this section he shall be required to

appear and be examined by said board. Penalty for vio.

or vio. SEC. 12. Any person who shall practice dentistry in this State lation of provis- in violation of the provisions of this act, shall be deemed guilty of ions of this act.

a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less than twenty-five dollars, nor more than one hundred dollars, or sentenced to imprisonment in the county jail for a period not exceeding ninety days, or both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court: Provided, That nothing in this act shall be construed so as to interfere with physicians and surgeons in their practice as such.

Approved June 2, 1883.

Persons now practicing dent. istry to furnish

Proviso.

tion made.

priation for the

[No. 141. ] AN ACT making appropriations for the board of fish commissioners

for the year eighteen hundred and eighty-three and the year eighteen hundred and eighty-four.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That Appropriathe sum of ten thousand dollars is hereby appropriated for the year eighteen hundred and eighty-three, commencing July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, and ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-four; and the sum of ten thousand dollars for the year eighteen hundred and eighty-four, commencing July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, and ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, for the necessary expense incurred by the State board of fish commissioners, which the State treasurer shall pay to the said board on the warrant of the auditor general, from time to time, as their vouchers for such expenses shall be exhibited and approved.

SEC. 2. That a further sum of ten thousand dollars is hereby Further approappropriated for the use of said board, for the year ending June pro

propagation thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, for the purchase of of fish, etc. necessary grounds, and the erection and equipment of a suitable building or buildings thereon, at such place or places as the said board shall select as most advantageous, for the purpose of propagating white fish and other food fishes, and for prosecuting the work entrusted by law to said board.

SEC. 3. The sum of twenty thousand dollars the auditor general Auditor general shall add to and incorporate with the State tax for the year eighteen with State hundred and eighty-three, and the further sum of ten thousand tax, etc. dollars he shall add to and incorporate with the State tax for the year eighteen hundred and eighty-four, which sums, when collected, shall be paid into the State treasury to reimburse the same for the amounts to be drawn, as provided in section one of this act.

SEC. 4. All persons having a residence in this State, engaged in Fishermen to fishing as a business for the whole or any portion of the year, in any more of the great lakes or Detroit river shall, on or before the twenty- fisheries. fifth day of November of each year, report to the superintendent of fisheries, at Detroit, the amount in pounds of all the food-fish caught by them during the year, together with the average price received per pound. Any person neglecting or refusing to make the report pro- Penalty for vided for in this section shall, upon conviction thereof, pay a fine make report. of ten dollars and costs of suit, to be recovered by the superintendent of fisheries or any one of the fish commission, in an action before any justice of the peace in the State of Michigan.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 2, 1883.

to incorporate

report to superintendent of

[ No. 142.] AN ACT to provide for selecting petit jurors in the upper penin

sula.

By whom
list of petit
jurors in the
npper peninsula
selected.

Proviso.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That the county clerk, judge of probate, sheriff, and county treasurer of each county in the upper peninsula are hereby constituted a board for the purpose of selecting a list of names of persons, annually, to act as petit jurors in the circuit courts in such counties: Provided, The provisions of this act shall not apply to the counties embraced

in the eleventh judicial district. Meeting of said SEC. 2. Said board shall meet annually in the month of May, at board, selection such time and place as they may agree upon, and it shall be their of list, etc,

duty to select a list of persons qualified to serve as jurors in courts of record, and file such list with the county clerk. Said list shall be used in drawing petit jurors for the succeeding year ending May thirty, instead of the lists now required by law to be annually returned by the supervisors of townships. Said board, in selecting and returning the names of persons to be drawn as jurors, shall be controlled by the general laws of this State governing supervisors

in selecting jurors, not inconsistent herewith. Legality of list SEC. 3. After such lists are made and filed, their legality or reg

ularity shall not be questioned, providing it appears that the signatures of a majority of said officers are affixed to such lists.

SEC. 4. All other proceedings in the selecting and drawing of proceedings.

such petit jurors, not herein provided for, shall be governed by the general laws of the State.

Approved June 5, 1883.

not to be ques.
tioned after
it is filed.

Laws governing

Section amended,

[No. 143. ] AN ACT to amend section three of act number one hundred and

sixty-seven of the session laws of eighteen hundred and eightyone, being an act entitled “An act to provide for the republication and disposition of tbirty thousand copies of Robertson's ‘Michigan in the war,' and such additional copies as may be required to supply the demand therefor.”

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That section three of act number one hundred and sixty-seven, of the session laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-one, entitled “ An act to provide for the republication and disposition of thirty thousand copies of Robertson's • Michigan in the war,' and such additional copies as may be required to supply the demand therefor," be amended so as to read as follows:

SEC. 3. Any person who served in any Michigan regiment, battery, or company during the late war and has been honorably discharged, or any person who served in any regiment, battery, or company from any other State, or in the regular army, or in the navy, properly accredited to the State of Michigan, and has been honor

Who entitled to copy of work.

ably discharged, or if such person be dead, then his widow, if
living, or if she be dead his father, if living, and if he be dead then
the mother of any of such persons, and any person who is still in the
service shall be entitled to receive one copy of said work on pre-
senting to the librarian the certificate of the adjutant general that
such person so served, or is the widow, or father, or mother, as above
provided, of a person who so served, and if the application for such
copy be not made in person, by depositing with such librarian thirty-
two cents to cover the expense of sending such book. '

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 5, 1883.

dians, etc., to

[ No. 144.] AN ACT to provide for the compulsory educatiou of children in

certain cases. SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That Parents, guarevery parent, guardian, or other person, in the State of Michigan, send children having control and charge of any child or children between the to school, ages of eight and fourteen years, shall be required to send such child or children to a priblic school for a period of at least four months in each school year, commencing on the first Monday of September, in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-three, at least six weeks of which shall be consecutive, unless such child or children are excused from such attendance by the board of the school district in which such parents, or guardians reside, upon its being shown, to their satisfaction, that his bodily or mental condition has been such as to prevent his attendance at school, or application to study for the period required, or that such child or children are taught in a private school, or at home, in such branches as are usually taught in primary schools, or have already acryliired the ordinary branches of learning taught in public schools: Provided, Proviso. In case a public school shall not be taught for four months during the year, within two miles by the nearest traveled road of the residence of any person within the school district, he shall not be liable to the provisions of this act.

SEC. 2. No child, under the age of fourteen years, shall be Children under employed by any person, company, or corporation, to labor in any age not to be business, unless such child shall have attended some public or pri- employed, etc. rate day school, where instruction was given by a teacher qualified to instruct in such branches as are usually taught in primary schools, at least four months of the twelve months next preceding the month in which such child shall be so employed : Provided, Proviso. That a certificate from the director of the school district in which such child shall have attended school, shall be evidence of a compliance with the provisions of this act.

Sec. 3. Every parent, guardian, or other person, having charge or Children discontrol of any child from eight to fourteen years of ag, who has ployment to be been. temporarily discharged from any business or employment, sent to school.

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shall send such child to some public or private day school, for the period for which such child shall have been discharged, unless such child shall have been excused from such attendance by the board

of the school district, for reasons as stated in section one hereof. Board to furnish SEC. 4. It shall be the duty of the school district board, of each certain children district of the State, to purchase and furnish, at the expense

of the district, such text books as may, in the judgment of said board, be necessary for the use of children whose parents are not able to furnish the same, the expense of such books to be levied

in like manner as other district taxes. Punishment for Sec. 5. In case any parent, guardian, or other person, shall fail to failure to com.

no comply with the provisions of sections two, three, or four of this visions of act, such parent, guardian, or other person shall be deemed guilty

of a misdemeanor, and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine of not less than five dollars nor more than ten dollars, for the first offense, and of not less than ten doilars for each subsequent

offense. Establishment of SEC. 6. In all cities and villages in this Statė, having a populaungraded schools tion of five thousand, and upwards, the board of education, or such

other officer, or officers, having charge of the schools of said cities, townships, and villages, may establish one or more ungraded schools, for the instruction of children, as defined and set forth in the following sections:

SEC. 7. All persons between the ages of eight and fourteen (sixteen] years, who are habitual truants from school, or who, while in attendance at any public school, are incorrigible, vicious, or immoral in conduct, and all persons between said ages, who absent themselves from school, and habitually wander about streets and public places, having no business, or lawful occupation, shall be deemed juvenile disorderly persons, and subject to the provisions of this act.

SEC. 8. In all cities having a duly organized police force, it shall be the duty of the police authority, at the request of the school authority, to detail one or more members of said force, to assist in the enforcement of this act, and in cities, or villages having no regular police force, it shall be the duty of the board of education, or the school district officers, to designate one or more constables, of said city, township, or village, whose duty it shall be to assist in the enforcement of this act, as occasion may require, and said board of education shall fix and determine the compensation to be paid such constable for the performance of his duties under this act. Members of any police force, or any constable designated to assist in the enforcement of this act, as provided in this section,

shall be known as truant officers. Notice to be SEC. 9. It shall be the duty of any such truant officer or officers given to offend- detailed to enforce the provisions of this act, to examine into any parents, guar. cases of truancy, when requested so to do by the district board or by dians, etc.

its authorized officers, and to warn such truants, their parents or guardians, in writing, of the final consequences of truancy if persisted in, and also to notify the parent, guardian, or other person having the legal charge and control of any juvenile disorderly person that the said person is not attending any school, and to require said

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