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thereof as his part interest amounts to, with interest thereon at the rate of fifteen per cent per annum.

Sec. 26. If any lot or description of land sold as aforesaid, or any Conveyance of part thereof, shall not be redeemed as aforesaid within one year chaser. from the date of said sale, the treasurer shall, at the expiration of said year, execute to the purchaser, or to his or her heirs or assigns, a conveyance of the land sold, or of that part thereof not redeemed, which said conveyance shall, in case all the proceedings previous to the execution of the deed have been regular and according to law, vest in the purchaser, or to whomsoever it shall be given, an estate in fee simple; and said conveyance shall be prima facie evi- Evidence of

ith regularity of dence of the regularity of all the proceedings connected therewith, po from the valuation of the land by the assessors to the date of the deed inclusive, and of the title in fee of the grantee therein named. And every such conveyance, duly executed and acknowledged by said treasurer, may be given in evidence in the same manner as other deeds of conveyance.

CHAPTER X.
SECTION 1. Previous notice of any application for the charter of Notice of appli-
any village incorporated under this act or any special act of incor- charter, etc.
poration, shall be given by the publication of the proposed amend-
ments in some newspaper published in the village incorporated'
under said charter, and if there be no newspaper published in such
village the same shall be published in any newspaper published in the
county in which such village is located. Such proposed amend.
ment shall be published at least three successive weeks before the
bill proposing such amendments shall be introduced into the Legis-
lature, and some evidence of such publication shall accompany the
bill proposing the same.

SEC. 2. This act shall take immediate effect.
Approved April 1, 1875.

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[ No. 63. ] AN ACT to amend section nine of act number one hundred and

one of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-three, entitled “An act to amend sections seven hundred and ninetythree, seren hundred and ninety-nine, and eight hundred of the compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, being sections two, eight, and nine of an act entitled 'An act to provide for taking the census and statistics of this State,' approved February nine, eighteen hundred and fifty-three," approved April seventeen, eighteen hundred and seventy-three.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That sec- Section amended tion nine of an act entitled “An act to amend sections seven hundred and ninety-three, seven hundred and ninety-nine, and eight hundred of the compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventyone, being sections two, eight, and nine, of an act entitled An act to provide for taking the census and statistics of this State,' ap

Report by Sec. retary of State.

Distribution thereof.

prored February nine, eighteen hundred and fifty-three," approved April seventeen, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, be amended so as to read us follows:

(800.) Sec. 9. The Secretary of State shall condense, in a tabular form, the census and statistical returns made to him, and, as soon as may be, cause six thousand copies to be published and bound, and transmit four copies to each organized township in the State, one for the use of the supervisor, one for the use of the township clerk, and two to be deposited in the township clerk's office; and twenty-five copies to the mayor of the city of Detroit, and ten copies to the mayor of every other city in the State, and two copies to the president of each incorporated village, for the use of the several city and village libraries. He shall also cause one hundred copies to be deposited in the State library of this State, and also transmit one copy to each of the members of this legislature, and its officers: Provided, That in counties having less than five thousand inhabitants, the supervisor in each town shall be entitled to three dollars for taking the census and statistics in his town, extra.

SEC. 2. This act shall take immediate effect.
Approved April 1, 1875.

Proviso,

dents.

[ No. 64. ] AN ACT to require railroad companies to notify the Commis

sioner of Railroads and coroners of accidents occurring on their

roads, and the investigations of the same. Notice of acci- SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That

every railroad corporation doing business in this State shall cause immediate notice of any accident which may occur on its road, attended with loss of life to any person, to be given to a coroner of the county residing nearest to the place of accident, and shall also give notice within twenty-four hours to the Commissioner of Railroads of any such accident, or of any accident falling within a description of accidents of which said commissioner may, by general regulation, require notice to be given. For each omission to give such notice the corporation shall forfeit a sum not exceeding

one hundred dollars. Commissioner to SEC. 2. The Commissioner of Railroads shall investigate the es of accidents. causes of any accident on a railroad resulting in loss of life, and

of any accident not so resulting, which, in his judgment, shall re: quire investigation.

Approved April 1, 1875.

investigate caus.

[ No. 65. ] AN ACT to amend sections twelve, fourteen, one, eighty-six,

eighty-seven, eighty-nine, and three, of chapter twelve, being sections six hundred and forty-seven, six hundred and forty

inety-five, sen bundre laws of eje duties

severa red and seve telection and eight, eles and one, od red and

nine, six hundred and ninety-five, seven hundred and twentynine, seven hundred and thirty, seven hundred and thirty-two, seven hundred and thirty-five, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, relative to the powers and duties of townships, and election and duties of townsbip officers, and sections one, two, three, five, eight, eleven, twelve, thirtean, fourteen, two, three, four, fire, one, one, and one, of chapter twenty-three, being sections one thousand one hundred and ninety-two, one thousand one hundred and ninety-three, one thousand ore hundred and ninety-four, one thousand one hudred and ninety-six, one thousand one hundred and ninetynine, one thousand two hundred and two, one thousand two bundred and three, one thousand two hundred and four, one thousand two bundred and five, one thousand two hundred and seven, one thousand two hundred and eight, one thousand two hundred and nine, one thousand two hundred and ten, one thousand two hundred and twelve, one thousand two hundred and fourteen, and one thousand two hundred and fifteen, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, relative to officers, baving the care and superintendence of highways and bridges, and their general powers and duties, and sections two, four, five, six, seven, eight, and nine, of chapter twenty-four, being sections one thousand two hundred and seventeen, one thousand two hundred and nineteen, one thousand two hundred and twenty, one thousand two hundred and twenty-one, one thousand two hundred and twenty-two, one thousand two hundred and twenty-three, and one thousand two hundred and twenty-four, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, relative to persons liable to work on highways and making assessment therefor, and sections three, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, twenty, twenty-one, twenty-two, twentythree, and one, of chapter twenty-five, being sections one thousand two hundred and twenty-eight, one thousand two hundred and forty, one thousand two hundred and forty-one, one thousand two hundred and forty-two, one thousand two hundred and forty-three, one thousand two hundred and fortyfive, one thousand two hundred and forty-six, one thousand two hundred and forty-seven, one thousand two hundred and forty-eight, and one thousand two hundred and fifty-one, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, relative to the duties of overseers in regard to the performance of labor on highways, the performance of such labor or the commutation therefor and application of moneys by the commissioners, and sections two, three, four, seven, eight, eleven, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, and one, of chapter twenty-six, being sections one thousand two hundred and fifty-three, one thousand two hundred and fifty-four, one thonsand two hundred and fifty. five, one thousand two hundred and fifty-eight, one thousand two hundred and fifty-nine, one thousand two hundred and bixty-two, one thousand two hundred and sixty-five, one thousand two hundred and sixty-six, one thousand two hundred and

sixty-seren, and one thousand two hundred and seventy-eight of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, relative to laying ont, altering, and discontinuing public roads, and sections two, four, five, and six, of chapter twenty-seven, being sections one thousand two hundred and ninety, one thousand two hundred and ninety-two, one thousand two hundred and ninety-three, and one thousand two hundred and ninety-four, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, relative to the obstruction of high ways, encroachments thereon and penalties, and sections one, three, four, six, seveu, eight, two, and three, of chapter twenty-eight, being sections one thousand three hundred and one, one thousand three hundred and three, one thousand three hundred and four, one thousand three hundred and six, one thousand three hundred and seven, one thousand three hundred and eight, one thousand three hundred and ten, and one thousand three hundred and eleven, of compiled laws of eighteen huudred and seventy-one, relative to the erection, repairing, and preservation of bridges, and sections two and five, of chapter twenty-nine, being sections one thousand three hundred and seventeen, one thousand three hundred and twenty-one, of compiled laws of eighteen huddred and seventy-one, relative to miscellaneous provisions of a general nature, and sections one, three, four, one, two, and four, of chapter thirty-one, being sections one thousand three hundred and thirty-five, one thousand three hundred and thirtyseren, one thousand three hundred and thirty-eight, one thousand three hundred and forty, one thousand three hundred and fortyone, and one thousand three hundred and forty-three, of compiled laws of 1871, relative to private roads, and sections nine and fourteen, of chapter forty-seven, being sections one thousand seven hundred and fifty-three, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-eight, of compiled laws of eigth teen hundred and seventyone, relative to the draining of swamps, marshes, and low lands, and sections two, three, and four, of chapter sixty-eight, being sections two thousand one hundred and thirty, two thousand one hundred and thirty-one, two thousand one hundred and thirty-two, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventyone relative to the spread of Canada thistles, and sections twentyseven and forty-five, of chapter seventy-eight, being sections two thousand five hundred and cighty-seven and two thousand six hundred and five, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and serenty-one, relative to plank road companies, being the various sections defining the powers and duties of the commissioners of highways, and adding a new section thereto.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That sections twelve, fourteen, one, eighty-six, eighty-seven, eighty-nine, and three, of cbapter twelve, being sections six hundred and fortyseven, six hundred and forty-nine, six hundred and ninety-five, seven hundred and twenty-nine, seven hundred and thirty, seven hundred and thirty-two, seven hundred and thirty-five, of com

Scotions amended

piled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, relative to the powers and duties of townships, and election and duties of township officers, and sections one, two, three, five, eight, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, two, three, four, five,one, one, and one, of chapter twenty-three, being sections one thousand one hundred and ninety-two, one thousand one hundred and ninety-three, one thousand one hundred and ninety-four, one thousand one hundred and ninety-six, one thousand one hundred and nine-nine, one thousand two hundred and two, one thousand two hundred and three, one thousand two hundred and four, one thousand two hundred and five, one thousand two bundred and geven, one thousand two hundred and eight, one thousand two hundred and nine, one thousand two hundred and ten, one thousand two hundred and twelve, one thousand two hundred and fourteen, and one thousand two hundred and fifteen, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, relative to officers having the care and superintendence of highways and bridges, and their general powers and duties, and sections two, four, five, six, seven, eight, and nine, of chapter twenty-four, being sections one thousand two hundred and seventeen, one thousand two hundred and nineteen, one thousand two hundred and twenty, one thousand two hundred and twenty-one, one thousand two hundred and twenty-two, one thousand two hundred and twenty-three, and one thousand two hundred and twenty-four, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventyone, relative to persons liable to work on highways and making assessment therefor, and sections three, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, twenty, twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three, and one, of chapter twenty-five, being sections one thousand two hundred and twenty-eight, one thousand two hundred and forty, one thousand two hundred and forty-one, one thousand two hundred and forty-two, one thousand two hundred and forty-three, one thousand two hundred and forty-five, one thousand two hundred and fortysix, one thousand two hundred and forty-seven, one thousand two hundred and forty eight, and one thousand two hundred and fiftyone, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, relative to the duties of overseers, in regard to the performance of labor on high ways, the performance of such labor or the commutation therefor and application of moneys by the commissioners, and sections two, three, four, seven, eight, eleven, fourteen, fisteen, sixteen and one, of chapter twenty-six, being sections one thousand two hundred and fifty-three, one thousand two hundred and fisty-four, one thousand two hundred and fifty-five, one thousand two hundred and fifty-eight, one thousand two hundred and fiftynine, one thousand two hundred and sixty-two, one thousand two hundred and sixty-five, one thousand two hundred and sixty-six, one thousand two hundred and sixty-seven, and one thousand two bundred and seventy-eight, of compiled laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, relative to laying out, altering, and discontinuing pablic roads, and sections two, four, five, and six, of chapter twenty-seven, being sections one thousand two hundred and ninety, ono thousand two hundred and ninety-two, one thousand two

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