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nies,'” approved February 12, 1885, as heretofore amended, approved March 23, 1889;

Respectfully report that they have bad the same under consideration, and have directed me to report the same back to the House, with the accompanying substitute therefor, entitled

A bill to amend section 8 of an act entitled “An act to authorize the formation of gas light companies," approved February 12, 1855, being section 4175 of Howell's annotated statutes, as amended by act No. 25 of the public acts of 1889, entitled “An act to amend sections 2, 6 and 8 of an act entitled 'An act to authorize the formation of gas light compapies, approved February 12, 1855, as heretofore amended, approved March 23, 1889;

Recommending that the substitute be concurred in, and that the substitute do pass, and ask to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject.

J. T. CAMPBELL,

Chairman Report accepted and committee discharged. On motion of J. T. Campbell,

The House concurred in the adoption of the substitute reported by committee.

The bill was then ordered printed, referred to the committee of the whole, and placed on the general order.

MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE. The Speaker announced the following:

SENATE CHAMBER,

Lansing, January 15, 1895. To the Speaker of the House of Representatives :

SIR-I am instructed by the Senate to return to the House the following bill:

House bill No. 52, entitled

A bill to amend an act entitled "An act relative to justices' courts in the city of Grand Rapids, to reduce the number thereof and to fix the compensation of such justices, and to provide a clerk and offices therefor, being act No. 306 of local acts of 1893,” approved March 22, 1893, by adding thereto a new section;

And to inform tbe House that the Senate has amended the same, as follows:

1. By striking out of line 12 of section 1 the figure “g” and inserting in lieu thereof the figure “13."

2. By striking out of live "11" of section 1 the figure “9” and inserting in lieu thereof the figure "13.".

3. By inserting in line 13 of section 1 after the words "justice of the peace,” the words “of the county of Kent and State of Michigan.”

4. By inserting in line 17 of section 1 after the word “jurisdiction,” the words " as against all other justices of the peace of said county of Kent."

In the passage of which, as thus amended, the Senate has concurred by a majority vote of all the Senators elect, and by a vote of two-thirds of all the Senators elect has ordered the same to take immediate effect.

Very respectfully,
DENNIS E. ALWARD,

Secretary of the Senate.

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The question being on concurring in the amendment made by the Senate to the bill,

On motion of Mr. Graham,

The House concurred, a majority of all the members elect voting therefor, by yeas and days, as follows:

YEAS.
Mr. Allen
Mr. Herrig

Mr. Place
Amidon
Holden

Rice
Baird
Hoyt

Rich
Belknap
Huggett

Richardson
Benoit
Jones

Rogner
Bradbury
Kelly, W. J.

Rose
Brown
Kempf

Rowley
Campbell, H. F.
Kent

Saxton
Campbell, J. T
Kimmis

Sherwood
Cathro
Kingsland

Smiley
Chamberlain
Kingsley

Smith
Clark
Linderman

Taylor
Cook
Lonsbury

Voorheis
Cousins
Madill

Wagar
Curtis, G. M.
Marsh

Waldo
Curtis, M. S.
Marsilje

Ware
Donovan
Matthews

Weekes
Edgar
McNall

Westcott
Fisk
Moore

Whitney
Fitzgerald
Morse

Wildey
Flood
Mulvey

Williams
Foote
Norman

Wolter
Foster
Parkinson

Wood
Graham
Partridge

Woodruff
Harris
Pearson

Wortley
Henderson
Peer

Speaker
Henry
Perry

80 NAYS.

0 The bill was then referred to the committee on Enrollment for enrollment and presentation to the Governor.

NOTICES.

Mr. Fisk gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill relative to the copying, transcribing and recording of instruments in the office of the register of deeds for the county of Wayne and to fix the compensation therefor.

Mr. Fitzgerald gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to repeal section 7 of act No. 122 of the public acts of 1889, entitled "An act to provide for the publication and distribution of laws and documents, reports of the several officers, boards of officers and public institutions of this State, now or hereafter to be published, and to provide for the replacing of books lost by fire or otherwise, and to repeal all existing laws providing for the publication and distribution of said laws, documents or reports," approved May 3, 1889, being section 26g of Howell's annotated statutes.

Mr. Voorheis gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to provide for the appointment, fixing compensation and defining the duties of stenographer for the probate court for the county of Oakland, and for taking and transcribing of testimony in cases on examination of offenders before justices of the peace, for the county of Oakland, charged with an offense not triable before a justice of the peace.

Mr. Whitney gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill providing for the organization of a graded school in the township of Brady, county of Saginaw, to be known as the Oakley public school district.

Mr. Perry gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to amend the charter of the city of Manistee, Michigan.

Mr. Marsh gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to authorize the formation of corporations for literary and scientific purposes and to repeal an act entitled "An act to authorize the formation of corporations for literary and'scientific purposes," approved March 21, 1865, as amended by act No. 18 of the session laws of 1867, Act No. 72 of the session laws of 1869, and act No. 19 of the session laws of 1871.

Mr. Woodruff gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to amend act No. 313 of the session laws of 1887, relative to the taxation and regulation of the manufacture and sale of spirituous and intoxicating liquors.

Mr. Chamberlain gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to allow the village of Ontonagon, in the county of Ontonagon and State of Michigan, to borrow money and issue bonds in the sum of $12,000, to extend its system of water works and to complete its electric lighting plant.

Mr. Chamberlain gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to authorize the school district known as the public schools of the township of Ontonagon to borrow money to be used in the payment of the outstanding indebtedness of said district.

Mr. Kingsland gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 156 of the public acts of 1891, entitled "An act to regulate the interest on money on account, interest on moneys, judgments, verdicts, etc.," approved June 24, 1891.

Mr. J. T. Campbell gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to provide for the immediate registration and prompt return and compilation of births and deaths in Michigan.

Mr. Clark gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to amend sections 3 and 4 of chapter 10 of an act to revise and amend the charter of the city of Ludington, Mason county, Michigan, approved March 20, 1893.

Mr. Waite gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to regulate the sale of malt, brewed, spirituous and fermented liquors by the drink and to prohibit the drinking of the same in saloons, bar-rooms or other public places, and to provide a penalty for the violation of its provisions.

Mr. Benoit gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to provide for inspectors of beer in this State.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.

Mr. Miller, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 106, entitled

A bill to repeal act No. 233 of the laws of Michigan, approved Feb. 7, 1867, and entitled "An act to establish and organize school district No. 13,” in the township of Oshtemo, county of Kalamazoo and State of Michigan.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the committee on Education.

Mr. Miller, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 107, entitled

A bill to provide for an appropriation for the preparation, publication and distribution of the proceedings of the 21st and 22d annual meetings of the Michigan superintendents of the poor.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the committee on State Affairs.

Mr. Moore, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 108, entitled

A bill to amend act No. 35 of the session laws of 1867, entitled "An act to provide for the formation of street railway companies," and the amend. ments thereto, being chapter 95 of Howell's annotated statutes of Michigan, by adding four new sections thereto to stand as sections 31, 32, 33 and 34 of said act.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the committee on Private Corporations.

Mr. Moore, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 109, entitled
A bill relative to the employment of minors.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the committee on Labor.

Mr. Rice, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 110, entitled A bill to amend section 1 of act No. 49 of the public acts of 1885, being "An act for the relief of purchasers and settlers on swamp land, and to repeal act No. 166, session laws of 1855, and act No. 173, session laws of 1867; the same being sections 5386 and 5387, Howell's annotated statutes," approved April 16, 1885.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the committee on Public Lands.

Mr. Holden, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 111, entitled

A bill to amend section 12 of act No. 126, session laws of 1893, entitled "An act to regulate the employment of women and children in manufacturing establishments of this state, to provide for the inspection and regulation of such manufacturing establishments, and to provide for the enforcement of such regulation and inspection," approved May 27, 1893.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the committee on Labor.

Mr. Kingsley, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 112, entitled

A bill to amend section 2 of chapter 2 of act No. 227 of the public acts of 1885, entitled "An act to provide for the construction and maintenance of drains, and the assessment and collection of taxes therefor, and to repeal all other laws relative thereto,” approved June 20, 1885, as amended by the several acts amendatory thereof.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the committee Drainage.

Mr. Morse, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 113, entitled

A bill to amend section 1 of chapter 1, section 1 of chapter 3, section 3 of chapter 3, and section 12 of chapter 3, and section 1 of chapter 5, and to add a new section to chapter 9 to stand as section 7 of chapter 9 of act No. 227 of the session laws of 1885, entitled "An act to provide for the construction and maintenance of drains, and the assessment and collection of taxes therefor, and to repeal all other laws relative thereto," approved June 20, 1885, as amended by the acts amendatory thereof.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the committee on Drainage.

Mr. Fisk, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 114, entitled

A bill relative to the industrial home for discharged prisoners and making an appropriation therefor.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the committee on State Affairs.

Mr. Fisk, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 115, entitled

A bill to provide for and fix and limit the compensation, and to prescribe the duties of certain officers and employés of the county of Wayne.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the committee on Judiciary.

Mr. Amidon, previous notice having been given and leave being granted, introduced

House bill No. 116, entitled

A bill to provide for the planting of trees and shrubs on school premises, and the setting apart of a day for that purpose, which shall be

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