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Page. 6. Memorial and joint resolution relative to the military roads com

menced by the general government in the state of Michigan, 249 7. A joint resolution,

250 8. A joint resolution in relation to a Marine hospital,

251 9. A joint resolution relating to the right of expatriation,

251 10. A joint resolution,

252 11. Joint resolution relative to supplying the library of the university with certain state documents,

252 12. Joint resolution relative to Tecumseh and Ypsilanti railroad com

253 13. Joint resolution,

253 14. Joint resolution relative to procuring certain maps of United States surveys,

254 15. A joint resolution authorizing the governor to fill vacancies in the militia,

255 16. Joint resolution relative to a certain independent military corps, 255 17. A joint resolution to ascertain the number of the militia,

256 18. Joint resolution requesting the executive to communicate with the secretary of war in relation to arms, &c.

256 19. Joint resolution relative to money advanced to members and officers of the legislature, by the Michigan state bank,

257, 20. Joint resolution relative to the Macomb county bank,

257 21. Joint resolution relative to the state penitentiary,

258 22. Joint resolution to pay Thomas Beals or his assigns, a certain sum of money,

258 23. A joint resolution relative to the election of United States Senator, 259 24. A joint resolution to authorize the auditor general to draw a certain warrant,

259 25. A joint resolution authorizing the auditor general to audit the accounts of E. H. Lothrop,

259 26. A joint resolution relative to the payment of a survey on the southern railroad,

260 27. A joint resolution in relation to the distribution of the revised laws and the session laws,

260 28. A joint resolution relative to an amendment to the constitution, 261 29. A joint resolution of the Senate and House of Representatives

to extend the time for settlement with the Michigan state
bank, and to increase the powers of the commissioners

charged with that duty,
30. Joint resolution in relation to contractor on third division of the
central railroad,

263 31. A joint resolution authorizing the acting commissioner on the St. Marie's canal to advance money,

263 32. A joint resolution in relation to Michigan state bank,

263 33. A joint resolution in relation to the contracting for wood for the use of the state,

264 34. A joint resolution to authorize the state treasurer to credit the internal improvement fund with certain moneys,

264 35. A joint resolution authorizing the publication of the school laws, 265

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LAWS OF MICHIGAN-1839.

LAWS OF MICHIGAN.

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[No. 1.] An Act making appropriation for the improvement

of the Salt Springs. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre- Geologist to sentatives of the State of Michigan, That the state geologist be provements and is hereby directed to continue the improvements already springs. commenced at the state salt springs, under the provisions of the existing law.

Sec. 2. A sum not exceeding fifteen thousand dollars is hereby Fifteen thouappropriated for defraying the expenses which may be incurred appropriaunder this act, to be paid out of the internal improvement fund, from any moneys not otherwise appropriated, in three equal instalments, on the first days of February, May and September next.

Sec. 3. The state geologist shall make a report at the next To make reannual session of the legislature, on the first Monday of January legislature. next, setting forth the expenditures of the money herein appropriated, as well as of the progress and results of the work herein authorized, and exhibit vouchers of the same.

Approved, January 28, 1839.

port to next

[No. 2.] An Act to legalize the official acts of the assessors of

the township of Antrim. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Michigan, that the official acts of the assessors of the township of Antrim, in the county of Shiawassee,

elected in April, A. D. 1838, be as valid in law as if the said assessors had taken the constitutional oath required by the laws of this state, before entering upon the duties of their office.

Approved January 29, 1839.

Commissioners may sell

[No. 3.] An Act authorizing the county commissioners of the

county of Wayne to dispose of their present county

poor-house, and for other purposes. Commission- Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Reprepoor-house. sentatives of the State of Michigan, That the county commis

sioners of Wayne county, or their successors in office, be and they are hereby authorized and empowered to sell at public auction, or at private sale, the present county poor-house of said county, together with all the lands and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or appertaining thereto, at such time, and on such terms, as in their opinion the interests of the county may require : Provided, nevertheless, That the said county commissioners previous to any such sale, shall cause to be published in all the newspapers of the city of Detroit, at least six successive weeks, a notice purporting that said premises are for sale, and therein either appoint the day and place of sale, (if sold at public auction) or else therein inviting proposals for the purchase thereof at private sale, or both, in their discretion ; and said county commissioners or any person by them duly authorized, are hereby authorized, if the said premises be sold at auction or otherwise, to superintend and conduct such sale, free of all tax, duty or

expense. To execute Sec. 2. That the said commissioners are hereby authorized, in purchaser. the name, and for the said county of Wayne, to execute a deed

or other instrument of conveyance of the said premises, to the purchaser or purchasers thereof, which conveyance so executed by said commissioners, shall be construed to convey all the right, title and interest of the said county of Wayne, in and to the said premises, to the purchaser or purchasers thereof effectually.

Sec. 3. That the commissioners be and they are hereby authorized and empowered to reinvest the proceeds of the said poorhouse and lands, when a sale shall have been effected, and the

deed to

Reinvest proceeds in purchase of lands, &c.

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