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A.

and Pwnship., L. Goor. Bra

Adrian insurance company incorporated,

128
Alieden township-township election for '38 legalized, 29
Allegan county-certain acts of the supervisors of the town-

ships of Allegan, Plainfield and Otsego legalized, 112
Annual reports of state officers-state officers required to

have their annual reports to the legislature made out

and printed before legislature meets,
Antrim township, official acts of assessors legalized,
Appropriationslo L. Goodell,

185
to Wm. Anderson, P. P. Brown, M. Preston, D. V.

Bell, R. W. Ingalls, H. J. Tyler & Co., J. Gibson, S.
McKnight, T. M. Fish, Pease, Chester & Co.
to T. J. Drake, S. McCamlı, representatives of H. Al-

den, C. C. Parks, register of Lenawee county, J.
Kent and D. B. Ogden,

187
for works of internal improvement,

234
for improvements at salt springs,
for pay of legislature,

74
act making general appropriations for '39,

235
Arms-resolution requiring the executive to communicate
with secretary of war relative to,

256
Assessments-lands to be appraised at actual cash value,
assessment rolls to be delivered to commissioners by

last Monday in June,
Attachment-attaching creditor's rights when goods at-
tached have been replevied,

230
act abolishing imprisonment for debt not to extend to

cases in attachment so as to release property attached, 233
Attorney General--to give written consent to release
a mortgages given by banking associations,

104 & 5
need not reside at seat of government.

234

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104

Auctions-what articles are subject to duty when sold at
auction,

145, 6
when such articles to be exempt from duty,

146
articles not liable to duty may be sold by any one, 146
Auctioneers—who may legally perform duties of auc-
tioneer,

145
to make out account of sales,

to swear to it and send it to auditor general,
Auditor General—to sell certain instalments of five million

loan,
when to release mortgages given by banking associa-

tions,
to cause his annual report to be made out and put in
hands of State Printer by 15th December,

116
annually to lay statement of state prison accounts be-

fore legislature,
to draw warrant in favor of L. S. Humphrey for

amount of expenses of survey of railroad from Cen-
· treville to Niles,

155
to apportion state tax of two mills on a dollar,

179
to draw warrant for fees of certain witnesses on inves-

tigation of location of northern and southern railroads, 254
his duties relative to taxes, see “ Taxes.”
to audit account of E. H. Lothrop for money paid to A.
J. Centre,

259
to charge expense of survey of railroad from Centre-

ville to Niles to appropriation for southern railroad, 260
Aurelius township-township election held in the year '38

legalized,
Baggage-see“ Unclaimed personal property."
Bainbridge township-commissioners of highways may
change location of a certain state road in their town-

ship,

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149

B.
Banks—officers of, exhibiting or making false certificates,

checks, entries, &c. to deceive, guilty of felony,
violating charter or permitting it to be done,
persons having possession of securities given under ge-

neral banking law and refusing to deliver them to

receiver,
no bank hereafter to be established under general bank-

ing law,
certain banks not to issue or put in circulation any bills,

see “ State bank of Michigan,” “ Michigan state bank."
Bank Commissioner-to give written consent to release of

mortgages given by banking associations,
Barry county-organized,

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Barry county-organization not to interfere with suits pend-

ing or taxes levied,
sheriff to provide place for holding courts,

election of county officers,
Beals, Thomas Treasurer to pay him amount of a certain

check out of university and common school moneys, 258
Beef-quantity of salt to be used in packing,

127
Berrien county-a certain fine to be apportioned among
the school districts of that county,

156
Berrien county mutual insurance company--incorporated, 123
Blois' Gazetteer—tables of both houses of legislature to be
furnished with,

247
Board of fund commissioners--their duties,

59, 62
Board of internal improvement--to consist of three com-
missioners,

190
commissioners to take and subscribe oath before enter-

ring upon the duties of their office,
to appoint secretary and book keeper,
to keep record of proceedings and report to legislature,
not to be interested in contracts,

192
to determine mode of letting contracts,
to give bonds,
to disburse funds received by them,
to establish rate of tolls,
not to employ more than three chief engineers and nine

assistants,
to rneet annually,
to account to Treasurer for all moneys received by

them,
their salary,
to pay damages for injury done to cattle in running lo-

comotives,
may allow individuals to put cars on road, the

196
to close their accounts on the last day of November
annually,

117
to make out annual report and place it in the hands of

the State Printer ten days before first Monday of Ja-

nuary,
to alter location of southern railroad between Centre-
ville and Niles,

161
to file maps thereof in the office of the Secretary of

State,
Boats and vessels--for what demands liable,

70
suits may be instituted against,
proceedings,

11, 73
vessel may be sold to pay judgment,
when justices of the peace to have cognizance of suit,
court may grant continuance of cause,

73
Brown, David and Samuel Clark--act for the relief of, 7 205

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121

Cady township-name changed to Emmet,
Cass county-judge of probate to transcribe certain re-

cords,
Central railroad-certain damages to be charged to con-

tractor on third division of road, by commissioners, 263
Chancery, court of-chancellor to have jurisdiction over

directors, &c. of corporations for certain purposes, 103
powers of court relative to the dissolution of corpora-
tions,

94, 103
chancellor lo appoint receiver for Farmers' and Mecha-

nics' bank of St. Joseph,
China township--north line of established,

acts of officers legalized,
Circuit courts-February term in Washtenaw and Mon-

roe abolished,
March term in Oakland abolished,
August term in Wayne abolished,
terms of in Wayne, Monroe, Washtenaw, St. Clair,
Macomb, Ottawa and Oakland,

159, 160
June term for '39 in Ingham to be held on 2d Tuesday
of Nov. '39,

188
Clark, Samuel and David Brown-act for the relief of, 205
Clinton county-organized,

15
organization not to interfere with suits pending or taxes

levied,
court to be held at county seat,

election of county officers,
Commissioners of internal improvement-see " Board of

internal improvement.”
Commissioners to appraise damages on works of internal

improvement--three annually to be appointed by

governor and senate,
person aggrieved may appeal from decision to circuit
court,

197, 198
Committee of legislature any member of may administer
oaths,

214
Constitution-joint resolution relative to amendment of,
Corporations-directors may apply to chancery for disso-
lution of,

94
proceedings on such application,

95, 96
decree to be entered dissolving corporation and appoint-

ing receiver,
stockholders, &c., may be appointed receivers,
receivers' powers and duties,

96-100
sales made by corporation after petition for dissolution

void as against receiver and creditors,
receivers compensation,

196

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Corporations--assets to be distributed, 98, 99, 102, 103
receiver may be removed,

100
to render account and give notice thereof,
act not to extend to certain corporations,
dissolution of corporation not to abate suit pending,

how to be brought after appointment of receiver,
when in the name of receiver not to abate by his remo-

val,
pending at dissolution of corporation may be continued

by court,
receivers appointed under act of 21st June, '37, to have
authority, &c., of receivers under this act,

101
when directors and stockholders may be made parties
to proceedings against corporation,

102
when receiver not to be appointed,
stockholder to pay amount due on unpaid stock,

103
chancellor to have jurisdiction over directors, &c., of
corporations for certain purposes,

103, 104
when corporation deemed to have surrendered its fran-
chises,

104
releasing of mortgages given to secure debts of banking
associations,

104, 105
acts of incorporation hereafter passed may be altered or
amended at pleasure of legislature,

218
County commissioners-party aggrieved may appeal from
their decision to circuit court,

216
Courts—to have power to administer oaths,

224
see “ circuit court,” “ supreme court."
Crary, Isaac E., executor-authorized to sell certain lands, 106

D.
Dearborn township--tax roll for '38 to be made out and

the tax collected,
Deed not to be recorded unless it has two witnesses,
when executed out of state to have certificate of proper

certifying officer that the person taking acknowl-

edgment is such officer as he represents himself to be,
see “ mortgages."
Detroit city--charter amended,
common council to consist of mayor, recorder, and

twelve aldermen,
city to be divided into wards,
freemen to vote in ward in which they reside,
elections, how conducted,
boundaries of wards,

proceedings in mayor's court,
Detroit and Pontiac railroad company--act for the relief of,
Detroit typographical society-incorporated,

35
207
165

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