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195. An act to amend section nineteen of act number one hundred

and forty-four, approved April twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred
and seventy-three, being an act entitled "An act to amend sec-
tion fifteen of an act entitled 'An act to establish a State public
school for dependent and neglected children,' approved April
seventeenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, and to add four
new sections thereto, to be known as sections sixteen, seventeen,
eighteen, and nineteen," and section fifteen of an act entitled "An
act to amend sections ten, thirteen, fifteen, seventeen, and twenty
of an act entitled 'An act to establish a State public school for
dependent and neglected children,' approved April seventeen,
eighteen hundred and seventy-one, as amended by act number one
bundred and forty-four of the session laws of eighteen hundred
and seventy-three, act number fifty-eight of the session laws of
eighteen hundred and seventy-five, and act number one hundred
and forty-five of the session laws of eighteen hundred and ser-
enty-seven," approved April sixteen, eighteen hundred and eighty-

one, approved June 8..
196. An act making appropriations for the expenses of the State

officers and State government, for the years eighteen hundred
and eighty-three and eighteen hundred and eighty-four, and to

provide a tax for the payment of the same, approved June 8.... 197. An act to provide for the disposition of certain lands granted to the

State of Michigan, for railroad purposes, by acts of congress
of June three, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, and March four,
eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, upon the route from
Grand Haven to Flint, and thence to Port Huron, in the State
of Michigan, to secure the title thereto to bona fide settlers and
purchasers, to provide for the further sale thereof, and to pro-
vide for the adjustment of certain taxes heretofore assessed
thereon, approved June 9...

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LIST OF JOINT RESOLUTIONS.

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TITLE. 1. Joint resolution requesting our sevators and representatives in con

gress to vote against the removal of the internal revenue tax upon

intoxicating liquors and tobacco or either, approved January 31. 2. Joint resolution authorizing the governor and military board to

allow the soldiers and sailors' association, of southwestern Mich

igan, the use of tents belonging to the State, approved April 10.. 3. Joint resolution allowing the State librarian one hundred copies of

the book entitled “Michigan in the War," for exchanging with

historical societies and other libraries, approved April 10......
4. Joint resolution directing the board of State auditors to settle a

claim of Robert Hood, of Charlevoix county, against the State
of Michigan, for shortage in number of acres of primary school
lands bought by him as per primary school laud certificate
number eight thousand eight hundred and twenty-four, approved

April 10....
5. Joint resolution for the relief of the Grand Traverse county agri-

cultural society, approved April 21.. 6. Joint resolution authorizing and directing the State librarian to

transfer certain articles to the quartermaster general, approved

April 21.... 7. Joint resolution for the encouragement of rifle practice in the regi

ments and battalions of State troops, approved April 21...
8. Joint resolution authorizing the governor to issue a patent to George

Punches for the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of
section sixteen, town four north, of range thirteen west, the same

being primary school land, approved April 26......
9. Joint resolution to provide for charging off the books of the auditor

general's office certain land warrants, and land warrants second

series, approved April 26.... 10. Joint resolution for the relief of Edward Blanchard, approved April

26.... 11. Joint resolution authorizing the governor to issue a patent of cer

tain lands to Sarah E. McLain, Harriet A. Hedges, and John L.

Hedges, approved May 2.
12. Joint resolution authorizing the governor to issue a patent of certain

lands to Sarah E. McLain, Harriet A. Hedges, and John L.
Hedges, heirs at law of Elias W. Hedges, late of Monroe county,
deceased, approved May 2...

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13. Joint resolution to provide for the retirement of certain internal

improvement warrants, swamp land warrants, and treasury notes,

approved May 11. 14. Joint resolution asking for an appropriation from congress for light

houses in Lake Michigan, approved May 16.... 15. Joint resolution to amend section six, of article six, of the constitu

tion of the State of Michigan, relative to circuit courts, approved

May 16....
16. Joint resolution providing for the appointment of a commission for

the purpose of enquiring into and reporting upon the desirability
of the State purchasing the Michigan Central and Michigan
Southern railroads, under the provisions of the respective charters

thereof, approved May 31....
17. Joint resolution for the payment of expenses incurred in examina-

tion of charges against A. R. McBride, prosecuting attorney of

Shiawassee county, approved June 2... 18. Joint resolution extending the time for the completion of the Mar

quette, Houghton and Ontonagon railroad, approved June 2.... 19. Joint resolution for the relief of Selden S. Miner, approved June 2 20. Joint resolution authorizing the board of State auditors to settle

the claim of William B. Peirson, approved June 6.... 21. Joint resolution for the relief of Townsend A. Ely, of Alma,

Michigan, approved June 6 22. Joint resolution to provide for the adjustment of claims arising

from collections for trespass on Detroit and Milwaukee railroad

lands, approved June 7.....
23. Joint resolution proposing an amendment to section fifteen, article

four, of the constitution of this State, relative to the compen-
sation of members of the legislature, and to prohibit the use of

passes or free tickets on railroads, approved June 8....
24. Joint resolution asking our senators and representatives in congress

to use their influence to secure the passage of a law to prevent
extortion under patent laws, approved June 8...

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TITLE. 1. Concurrent resolution, approved March 8.... 2. Concurrent resolution to authorize the United States to obtain and

use certain lands for light-house and other purposes, at Grand

Marais, Lake Superior, approved June 1. 3. Concurrent resolution, approved June 8. 4. Concurrent resolution, approved June 8..

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PUBLIC ACTS, 1883.

[No. 1.] AN ACT making an appropriation for the repair of the Michigan

soldiers and sailors' monument at Detroit, and to provide a fund for its care and preservation.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That there Appropriation of is hereby appropriated for the repair of the railing and foundation $360.cô, thereof surrounding the soldiers and sailors' monument in the city of Detroit, the sum of three hundred and fifty dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, which sum the State treasurer is authorized and required to pay out of the general fund in the treasury, from any moneys now in said fund not otherwise appropriated, to the treasurer of the said monument association, upon the requisition of the president and the receipt of the treasurer thereof.

SEC. 2. For the care and preservation of said monument and its Appropriation of appartenances, and for current expenses connected there with, a annuum. sum not exceeding one hundred dollars in each year is hereby appropriated, which sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be paid annually in the month of September out of the general fund by the State treasurer to the chairman of the executive committee of said monument association, upon requisition, approved by the president.

Ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved January 31, 1883.

[No. 2. ] AN ACT making an appropriation for the salaries of the circuit

judges. SECTION 1. T'he People of the State of Michigan enact, That each Salaries of

circuit judges. of the judges of the circuit courts shall receive, from and after the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three, a salary at the rate of two thousand five hundred dollars per annum, payable quarter yearly or monthly, out of any money in When payable.

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