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Second, A statement of the assets, real and personal, belonging either in law or equity to such corporation, so far as is known to complainant;

Third, A statement of the amount of capital stock and of the amount thereof paid in, if known, together with the names of stockholders, their residence and the number of shares owned by them as shown in the last report of the officers of the corporation on file in the office of the Secretary of State or county clerk, if any such report has been filed and can be found therein, and if there be no such report on file, then the foregoing facts shall be set forth as, and in so far as they may appear, by the articles of association or organization on file in the office of the Secretary of State or county clerk, if any such there be, or by the special act of the legislature organizing such corporation: Provided, That if the stock books of the corporation are accessible to complainant, he shall also state the names of the stockhold. ers, their place of residence and the number of shares held by each, in so far as in such books they appear;

Fourth, A statement of all incumbrances upon any of the property of the corporation, together with all adverse claims upon the same, with the names and residence of the persons holding or asserting the same, so far as known to complainant;

Fifth, A statement of the debts of the corporation, if any, the names and residence of all its creditors, the nature of their demands and the consideration of any such indebtedness, so far as known to complainant;

Sixth, If the creditors or owners of the stock of such corporation, or any of them, are unknown to complainant, the bill shall set forth that fact and the bill shall aver that it is filed, not only on behalf of complainant, but also of all other persons interested in the property of the corporation, whether as stockholders, creditors or otherwise, who may choose to come in as parties complainant and share the expense of the proceeding;

Seventh, Such bill shall pray that the affairs of the corporation be wound up and its assets disposed of and distributed, and may pray for the appointment of a receiver of its property, and may contain any other appropriate averments of fact and pray for any other appropriate relief.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved March 1, 1905.

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(No. 11.]

AN ACT to amend act number forty-nine of the public acts

of eighteen hundred seventy-five, entitled “An act to provide for a municipal court in the city of Grand Rapids, to be called "The Superior Court of Grand Rapids,'” approved March twenty-four, eighteen hundred seventy-five, as amended and revised by act number one hundred fortyseven, of the public acts of eighteen hundred seventy-seven, approved May nineteen, eighteen hundred seventy-seven, by adding a section thereto to be known as section thirty.

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

SECTION 1. Act number forty-nine of the public acts of Act amended. eighteen hundred seventy-five, entitled “An act to provide for a municipal court in the city of Grand Rapids, to be called “The Superior Court of Grand Rapids,'” approved March twenty-four, eighteen hundred seventy-five, as amended and revised by act number one hundred forty-seven of the public acts of eighteen hundred seventy-seven, approved May nineteen, eighteen hundred seventy-seven, is hereby amended, by adding a section thereto to be known as section thirty, which said section thirty shall read as follows:

Sec. 30. The said “The Superior Court of Grand Rapids," How change of upon good cause shown, may change the venue in any cause mue may be pending therein, upon the motion of either party in a civil cause, and in a criminal cause upon the motion of either the respondent, or the people, or the prosecuting attorney in behalf of the people, or by the said court on his own motion, and direct the issue to be tried in the circuit court of Kent county, or of any other county of this State, and make all necessary rules and orders for the certifying and removing of such cause and all matters relating thereto to the court in which such issue shall be ordered to be tried; and the cause shall thereupon proceed, and the proceedings thereon shall be the same, as is now provided by law for the change of venue in any cause pending in the circuit courts for this State.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved March 1, 1905.

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[No. 12.]

AN ACT to amend sections four, five, six, eleven and twelve

of act number two hundred eleven of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninety-three, approved June two, eighteen hundred ninety-three, entitled "An act to provide for the appointment of a Dairy and Food Commissioner, and to define his powers and duties and fix his compensation," as amended by act number two hundred forty-five of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninety-five, approved June one, eighteen hundred ninety-five, and further amended by act one hundred fifty-four of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, approved May twenty-four, eighteen hundred ninety-seven, and further amended by act number two hundred sixty-eight of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninety-nine, approved June thirty, eighteen hundred ninety-nine, and further amended by act number one hundred eighty-six of the public acts of nineteen hundred one, approved May twenty-nine, nineteen hundred one, and further amended by act number two hundred thirty of the public acts of nineteen hundred three, approved June eighteen, nineteen hundred three, and to add thereto eight sections to stand as sections thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen and twenty, and to provide penalties for violations of the provisions of this act.

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

Sections amended.

SECTION 1. Sections four, five, six, eleven and twelve, of act number two hundred eleven, of the public acts of eighteen hundred ninety-three, approved June two, eighteen hundred ninety-three, entitled "An act to provide for the appointment of a Dairy and Food Commissioner, and to define his powers and duties and fix his compensation," as amended by act number two hundred forty-five, of the session laws of eighteen hundred ninety-five, approved June one, eighteen hundred ninety-five, and further amended by act number one hundred fifty-four, of the session laws of eighteen hundred ninety. seven, approved May twenty-four, eighteen hundred ninetyseven, and further amended by act number two hundred sixtyeight, of the session laws of eighteen hundred ninety-nine, approved June thirty, eighteen hundred ninety-nine, and further amended by act number one hundred eighty-six, of the session laws of nineteen hundred one, approved May twenty-nine, nineteen hundred one, and further amended by act number two hundred thirty, of the session laws of nineteen hundred three, approved June eighteen, nineteen hundred three, are amended, and eight sections, to be sections thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty and twenty-one, are added thereto, so as to read as follows:

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Sec. 4. Said commissioner shall receive an annual salary Commissioner,

salary of. of two thousand dollars. The said commissioner is hereby authorized and empowered, by and with the advice and con- To appoint sent of the Governor, to appoint a deputy commissioner. The deputy. salary of the deputy commissioner shall be fifteen hundred Salary of. dollars per annum. The said commissioner may also appoint To appoint eight regular inspectors, who shall receive an annual salary inspectors. not to exceed one thousand dollars per year, and such other Salary of. special inspectors as the proper performance of the duties of the office may require, which special inspectors shall be paid not to exceed three dollars per day for time actually employed: Provided, That the amount paid such special in- Proviso. spectors any one fiscal year shall not exceed six thousand dollars. The persons so appointed shall have power to ad- Powers of minister oaths in all matters relative to the dairy and food inspectors. laws and shall take and subscribe the constitutional oath of office and file the same in the office of the Secretary of State; and they shall hold office during the pleasure of the commissioner. The inspectors shall have the same right of access to the places to be inspected as the said commissioner or his deputy. The commissioner shall appoint such clerks as he appoint clerks. may deem necessary for the transaction of the business of his office. The salaries and expenses authorized by this section Salaries, how shall be for the unexpired part of the fiscal year ending June paid, etc. thirty, nineteen hundred five, and each fiscal year thereafter. Said salaries are to be paid monthly on the warrant of the Auditor General. The actual and necessary expenses of the Expenses, how commissioner, deputy and inspectors, in the performance of audited. their official duties, shall be audited by the State Board of Auditors and paid upon the warrant of the Auditor General. Such compensation and expenses shall be certified, audited and paid in the same manner as salaries and expenses paid similar officers. The deputy commissioner and inspectors Bonds of deputy shall enter into bonds with the people of the State of Michi. and inspectors. gan in the sum of five thousand dollars each, with sureties to be approved by the commissioner, conditioned for the faithful performance of their respective duties. The Board of office room, State Auditors shall provide office room, and the necessary suppliesi.detest who furniture and fixtures and the necessary stationery, supplies and printing for the conducting of the business of said commissioner, on his application to said board therefor. Said office shall be and remain in the city of Lansing.

Sec. 5. The commissioner, by and with the consent of the Commissioner to Governor, shall appoint a suitable and competent person as appoint analyst. state analyst, who shall be a practical analytical chemist. The commissioner, in like manner, may appoint an assistant chem- Assistant chemist. ist. Before entering upon the duties of their offices, they shall take, subscribe and file in the office of the Secretary of State the constitutional oath of office. Their term of office shall Term of office. continue during the pleasure of the commissioner. The Board Auditors to pro

vide laboratory. of State Auditors shall provide a room in connection with the Dairy and Food Commissioner for the laboratory of the state

how audited.

analyst and his assistant, and the necessary furniture and May appoint fixtures therefor. In case of the absence or inability of the substitute analyst. state analyst or his assistant to perform their duty, the com

missioner may appoint some competent person to perform the

same temporarily, which person shall take, subscribe and file Salaries and the constitutional oath of office. The salaries and expenses expenses, how paid.

authorized by this section shall be for the unexpired part of the fiscal year ending June thirty, nineteen hundred five, and

each fiscal year thereafter, said salaries to be payable monthly Salaries of on the warrant of the Auditor General. The salary of the chemist and

chemist shall be not to exceed two thousand dollars; the assistant.

salary of the assistant chemist shall be not to exceed twelve Expenses, etc., hundred dollars. The actual and necessary expenses of the

chemist and the assistant chemist, in the performance of their official duties, shall be audited by the Board of State Auditors, and paid upon the warrant of the Auditor General. Such an amount as is found to be necessary in the proper performance of the work of the analyst may be expended for chemical supplies. Such compensations, expenses and supplies shall be certified, audited and paid in the same manner

as the salaries, expenses and supplies of similar officers. Commissioner, Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the Dairy and Food Comduties of.

missioner to carefully inquire into the dairy and food and drink products and the several articles which are foods or drinks, or the necessary constituents of foods or drinks, which are manufactured or sold or exposed or offered for sale in this State, and he may, in a lawful manner, procure samples of the same and direct the state analyst to make due and careful examination of the same, and report to the commissioner the result of the analysis of all and any of such food and drink products or dairy products as are adulterated, impure or unwholesome in contravention of the laws of this State; and it shall be the duty of the commissioner to make a complaint against the manufacturer or vendor thereof in

the proper county and furnish all evidence thereof, to obtain May make com- a conviction of the offense charged. The Dairy and Food Pence proceedings Commissioner, or his deputy, or any person appointed by for enforcement him for that purpose may make complaint and cause proceedof laws.

ings to be commenced against any person for the enforce

ment of any of the laws relative to adulterated, impure or Not to give unwholesome food or drink, and in such case he shall not be security for costs.

obliged to furnish security for costs and shall have power, May enter any in the performance of their duties, to enter into any creamfactory, store, etc.

ery, factory, store, salesroom, drug store, or laboratory, or place where they have reason to believe food or drink are made, stored, sold or offered for sale and open any cask, tub, jar, bottle or package containing, or supposed to contain, any article of food or drink and examine or cause to be examined

the contents thereof, and take therefrom samples for analysis. Duty of person The person making such inspection shall take such sample making inspection.

of such article or product in the presence of at least one witness, and he shall, in the presence of said witness, mark or

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