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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. 1. At the meeting of the legislature in the year nine - Secretary of teen hundred five and every six years thereafter, the Governor governor to 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

printing and

binding. 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.

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 Certain act to 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 sev. enty-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

purposes

estate limited.

yachting, hunting, boating, fishing, rowing and other lawful sporting purposes," is hereby aniended to read as follows:

SEC. 2. Such association by its corporate name shall be For what capable of receiving, taking, acquiring and holding real and or sell property. personal estate, whether by gift, grant, devise, bequest, purchase, lease or bargain or sale, for the purposes of its incorporation only and for no other purpose or purposes whatsoever, and the same may at pleasure bargain, grant, sell, mortgage or lease for the use of the association only: Provided, That the total amount of real estate held or pos- Proviso. sessed by any such association directly. or indirectly, shall amount of real not exceed in amount at any one time one hundred sixty acres of land, and such association shall have full power and May make

by-laws, etc. authority to make and adopt all necessary rules, regulations, constitutions and by-laws for the government of its members and the management and control of its business and affairs, not inconsistent with or contrary to the constitution and laws of this State or of the United States, and to change, amend, alter or repeal the same at pleasure, and to elect and appoint officers and agents for the management of its affairs and to allow them suitable compensation. Such association shall have full power and authority to regulate and determine by its articles of association, rules, regulations, constitution or by-laws the amount of the capital stock thereof, Capital stock

limited. which in no case shall exceed the sum of one hundred fifty thousand dollars, the number of shares into which the same shall be divided and the par value of such shares, in case such association be formed and organized as a joint stock association; and shall have full power and authority to make and adopt such rules and regulations concerning and governing the admission of members, the descent, inheritance, purchase or transfer of its capital stock, or the expulsion or suspension of its members for infraction or violation of any of its rules, regulations, constitutions or by-laws that it may deem necessary and proper. Every corporation organ- May amend ized under this act may, at any annual meeting or at any special meeting called for that purpose, by resolution adopted by a vote of two-thirds of the members present, amend its articles of association in any manner not inconsistent with the provisions of this act, which amendment shall not become Amendment, operative until a copy of the resolution signed by the pres

when operative. ident and secretary of the corporation shall have been filed and recorded in the office of the Secretary of State of this State, and in the office of the county clerk of the county in which the principal office of the association shall be situate, as is provided herein for the filing and record of the origi nal articles of association, when such amendments shall have the same force and effect as if included in the original articles.

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

articles.

[No. 20.]

AN ACT to amend sections three, four, five and six of act

number two hundred forty-one of the public acts of nineteen hundred three, entitled “An act for the establishment of county normal training classes and for the maintenance and control of the same."

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

Sections

SECTION 1. Sections three, four, five and six of act numamended

ber two hundred forty-one of the public acts of nineteen hundred three, entitled "An act for the establishment of county normal training classes and for the maintenance and control of the same," are hereby amended so as to read as fol.

lows: Normal board, Sec. 3. The duties of the county normal board shall be duties of.

as follows:

First, To determine the qualifications for admission to the county normal training class;

Second, To establish a one year course of study to be pur sued, a year to consist of not less than thirty-two weeks of five days each ;

Third, To grant certificates of graduation to such persons as finish the course adopted above, in such form as the

Superintendent of Public Instruction shall prescribe. Certificates of Sec. 4. The certificates of graduation shall qualify the graduation.

holder to teach in the public schools as follows:

First, The certificate of graduation shall qualify the holder to teach for three years from date of issue in any school employing not more than two teachers, in the county in which the county normal training class is situated: Provided, That any certificate shall become valid as above specified in any other county when indorsed by the authority that grants certificates in such county;

Second, A certificate of graduation may be renewed or

revoked by a majority vote of the county normal board. Maintenance of Sec. 5. For the purpose of maintaining such normal traintraining classes.

ing classes as are herein prescribed, it is further provided : District to provide First, That the district receiving permission to establish teachers, rooms,

a county normal training class shall provide teachers, and rooms with heating and equipment satisfactory to the Superintendent of Public Instruction, and said board shall include in the expense budget of the district such sum as may

be necessary for these purposes; When state to Second, That the Auditor General annually, on or before reimburse district. the thirtieth day of June, upon the certificate of the Superin

tendent of Public Instruction that the equipment and instruction of any county normal training class has been satisfactory, shall draw his warrant on the State Treasurer in favor of the treasurer of the district board or the board of

Proviso.

etc.

tion.

education of the district maintaining such normal training
class to the amount of five hundred dollars for each teacher Amount.
employed in the training school, to be paid out of the general
fund: Provided, That in no case shall the total of such ap- Proviso.
propriation exceed one thousand dollars in any county during
any school year;

Third, In any district establishing a county normal train- Board of educaing class, the board of education shall, previous to the first tien, make day of October in each year, estimate the cost of instruction expenses. for the current year in the county normal training class, and, deducting therefrom the amount appropriated by the foregoing provisions of this act, report the balance to the county Report to clerk on or before the first day of October;

county clerk. Fourth, At its October session, the board of supervisors Supervisors to

make appropriashall appropriate out of the general fund of the county onehalf of the balance due for instruction, as shown by the aforesaid report to the county clerk, which amount shall be assessed and collected at the same time and in the same manner as the other county taxes: Provided, That in no case shall Proviso. such appropriation made in any county exceed one-half the amount appropriated by the State according to the provisions of this act. The money so raised shall constitute the county normal fund.

SEC. 6. On or before the thirtieth day of June of each Commissioner year, it shall be the duty of the county commissioner of dutyhon. schools to certify to the county clerk the balance between the total cost of instruction for the current year and the amount appropriated by the Auditor General. Upon re- When clerk to ceipt of such certificate, the county clerk shall draw an order draw order. for one-half of the said balance upon the county treasurer in favor of the treasurer of the board of education of the district establishing the normal training class : Provided, Proviso. That such order shall not exceed the amount appropriated by the board of supervisors according to the provisions of this act.

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

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