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supreme court.

answer, replication, and all other proceedings, processes, motions, notices, orders and decrees, which have been filed in said cause, together with the original minutes of all testimony in the cause, whether taken in open court by a commissioner, or settled by the court, and also a copy of all journal and calendar entries, and all other proceedings of record

in the cause not embraced in the original papers hereinbefore When records, mentioned, and transmit the same, together with his certifitransmitted to

cate of the genuineness of the said original, and the correctness of said copies of such journal and calendar entries and

records, to the Supreme Court, within fifteen days after such When appellant appeal shall be perfected; and if an appellant shall neglect to Waived appear. pay to such register the fee above provided for making such

returns for thirty days after such appeal has been perfected, he shall be deemed to have waived his appeal and the appellee

may at once proceed to enforce his decree the same as if no Proviso as to appeal had been taken: Provided, however, That when any reinstatement of appeal. such appeal shall, either before or after the passage of this

act, have been dismissed for non-payment of said register's fee within said period of thirty days, if the appellant shall by petition and competent proof make it appear to the Supreme Court that said fee has since been paid and that justice requires a revision of the case upon the merits, said court

may reinstate such appeal upon such terms as may be just; Notice of, to

but such reinstatement shall not be allowed without due adverse party. notice to the party adversely interested and giving him an

opportunity to be heard nor unless the petition therefor shall

be filed within one year after such dismissal. Repealing clause. Sec. 2. All acts or parts of acts contravening this act are

hereby repealed.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved March 10, 1905.

[No. 16.]

AN ACT to amend section fourteen of chapter four of act

one hundred sixty-four of the public acts of eighteen hundred eighty-one, entitled “An act to revise and consolidate the laws relating to public instruction and primary schools, and to repeal all statutes and acts contravening the provisions of this act,” being section four thousand seven hun. dred five of the Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninetyseven.

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

Section amended.

SECTION 1. Section fourteen of chapter four of act one hundred sixty-four of the public acts of eighteen hundred eighty-one, entitled “An act to revise and consolidate the laws relating to public instruction and primary schools, and to repeal all statutes and acts contravening the provisions of this act,” being section four thousand seven hundred five of the Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, is hereby amended to read as follows:

Sec. 14. The supervisor shall also assess upon the taxable Assessment of property of his township, one mill upon each dollar of the one-mill tax. valuation thereof in each year, and report the aggregate valuation of each district to the township clerk, who shall report said amount to the director of each school district in his township, or to the director of any fractional school district a portion of which may be located in said township before the first day of September of each year: Provided, Proviso. That before the supervisor shall assess said tax he shall When assessment examine the reports of the several school districts in his town. not to be made. ship for the preceding year and if said reports show, exclusive of funds raised for building purposes, a balance on hand in any district of a sum equal to or in excess of the amount paid for teachers' wages in said district during the preceding year, then said supervisor shall not assess the one-mill tax upon the property of such district for the ensuing year. All moneys raised by one-mill tax shall be apportioned by the Moneys aptownship clerk to the district in which it was raised, and all portioned by moneys collected by virtue of this act during the year, on any property not included in any organized district, or in dis- How. tricts which have not maintained school for the required period during the previous year, shall be apportioned to the several other school districts of said township that did maintain school, in the same manner as the primary school interest fund is now apportioned. All moneys accruing from the one- In township mill tax upon the property of any district in any township

where no districts before said district shall have a legal school therein, shall belong to the district in which it was raised when such dis

ict shall have maintained school for the required period by a qualified teacher.

Approved March 15, 1905.

are formed.

[No. 17.] AN ACT to amend section number twenty-nine of act number

one hundred eighty-three of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, entitled "An act to provide for the appointment and to fix the term of office, duties and compensation of circuit court stenographers in the State of Michigan," said section being compiler's section number three hundred ninety-one of the Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninety-seven.

The People of the State of Michigan enact: Section

SECTION 1. Section number twenty-nine of act number amended.

one hundred eighty-three of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, being compiler's section number three hundred ninety-one of the Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred

ninety-seven, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Sixteenth district, (391) Sec. 29. In the sixteenth circuit, the stenographer salary of stenogo shall be paid an annual salary of twelve hundred dol.

lars; and it shall be the duty of the stenographer in said Duties of, in

sixteenth circuit, when the same shall not conflict with his justice courts.

official duties relative to the work connected with the circuit
court, to attend, when so directed by the circuit judge, all pre-
liminary examinations before justices of the peace in said
county of Macomb, take full stenographic minutes of the testi-
mony, transcribe the same and furnish the prosecuting attor-
ney of the county of Macomb with a copy of the transcription,
without extra compensation therefor.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved March 15, 1905.

[No. 18.] AN ACT to amend sections four, five, six and seven of act

number eighty-one of the public acts of eighteen hundred seventy-three, being “An act to establish a "State Board of Health,' to provide for the appointment of a 'Superintendent of Vital Statistics, and to assign certain duties to local boards of health,” said sections being sections four thousand four hundred, four thousand four hundred one, four thousand four hundred two and four thousand four hundred three of the Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninetyseven, and to repeal act two hundred forty-one of the public acts of eighteen hundred eighty-one, act one hundred forty-two of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninetyseven, act one hundred forty of the public acts of nineteen hundred one, and all other acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act.

The People of the State of Michigan enact: SECTION 1. Sections four, five, six and seven of act number eighty-one of the public acts of eighteen hundred seventy

Sections amended.

governor to

three, entitled “An act to establish a ‘State Board of Health, to provide for the appointment of a “Superintendent of Vital Statistics, and to assign certain duties to local boards of health,” said sections being sections four thousand four hundred, four thousand four hundred one, four thousand four hundred two and four thousand four hundred three of the Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, are hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 4. At the meeting of the legislature in the year nine- Secretary of

board, when teen hundred five and every six years thereafter, the Governor with the consent of the Senate shall appoint a suitable and appoint. competent person to be the seventh member of the board, which member shall be the secretary of the said board, and its executive officer.

Sec. 5. Said secretary shall hold his office for six years, Term of office. and until his successor is appointed. He shall keep his office at Lansing, and shall perform the duties prescribed by this act, or required by the board. He shall keep a record Duties of. of the transactions of the board; shall have the custody of all books, papers, documents and other property belonging to the board, which may be deposited in his office; shall, so far as practicable, communicate with other state boards of health, and with the local boards of health within this State; shall keep and file all reports received from such boards, and all correspondence of the office appertaining to the business of the board. He shall, so far as possible, aid in obtaining contributions to the library and museum of the board. He shall prepare blank forms of returns and such instructions as may be necessary, and forward them to the clerks of the several boards of health throughout the State. He shall collect information concerning vital statistics, knowledge respecting diseases, and all useful information on the subject of hygiene, and through an annual report, and otherwise, as the board may direct, shall disseminate such information among the people: Provided, That all printing and binding Proviso, as to under the provisions of this act, shall be ordered through the binding and Board of State Auditors, as other State printing is ordered and paid, except that the payment therefor shall be out of the appropriation provided for in section seven of this act.

SEC. 6. The secretary shall receive an annual salary of Salary of. two thousand five hundred dollars. The members of the Compensation board shall receive no per diem compensation for their services, but their traveling and other necessary expenses while employed on the business of the board, shall be allowed and paid.

Sec, 7. The sum of nine thousand dollars per annum, or Appropriation for so much thereof as may be deemed necessary by the state secretary's salary Board of Health, is hereby appropriated to pay the salary expenses. of the secretary, meet the contingent expenses of his office, and the expenses of the board, to pay for necessary instruments, to pay for special investigations, to pay for the compiling, publishing and distribution of such

of members.

Certain act to govern,

circulars and pamphlets as will promote the best interests of the public health, to comply with the provisions of section four thousand seven hundred ninety-six of the Compiled Laws

of one thousand eight hundred ninety-seven, and to generally Expenses, how promote the public health. All expenses incurred under the certified.

provisions of this act shall be certified by the secretary of the board to the Board of State Auditors and allowed by them. The sum so allowed shall be paid from the State treasury on

the warrant of the Auditor General and charged to the apAppropriation for propriation account of said board of health. And not to additional clerks.

exceed ten thousand dollars shall be expended by said board of health in any one year for the employment of additional clerks in the office of said board, under the provisions of act number one hundred seventy-three of the session laws of eighteen hundred seventy-one, entitled “An act to provide for the payment of the salaries of the State officers,” being section one hundred sixty-five of the Compiled Laws of

eighteen hundred ninety-seven. Acts repealed. Sec. 2. Act two hundred forty-one of the public acts of

eighteen hundred eighty-one, being sections four thousand four
hundred eight and four thousand four hundred nine of the
Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, act one hun-
dred forty-two of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninety-
seven, being sections four thousand seven hundred ninety-
eight and four thousand seven hundred ninety-nine of the
Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, act one
hundred forty of the public acts of nineteen hundred one, and
all other acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provi-
sions of this act are hereby repealed.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved March 16, 1905.

[No. 19.]

AN ACT to amend section two of act number one hundred

twenty-two of the session laws of eighteen hundred seventy-seven, entitled "An act for the incorporation of associations for yachting, hunting, boating, fishing, rowing and other lawful sporting purposes," being sections seven thousand six hundred sixty-seven to seven thousand six hundred seventy-three inclusive of the Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninety-seven.

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

Section amended.

SECTION 1. Section two of act number one hundred twentytwo of the session laws of eighteen hundred seventy-seven, entitled "An act for the incorporation of associations for

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