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Collection of tax, etc.

Bonds, etc.

Moneys.

Jurors, list of.

day of January, he shall add one and one-half of one per cent for such collection fees, and collect such percentage with such tax, in the same manner as he is authorized to collect the tax, and for the purpose of collecting such fees by the treasurer, such percentage shall be deemed and taken to be a part of the tax.

SEC. 185. The treasurer of said city shall proceed to collect the taxes in the several wards, and on or before the first day of February shall account for and pay over to the county treasurer the amounts specified in the several warrants to be collected for State and county purposes, and shall return to the said county treasurer a statement of the taxes remaining unpaid and due, in the manner provided by law for township treasurers; and all the provisions of the laws of this State relating to the collection of taxes by township treasurers, or to the paying over money by the township treasurers to the county treasurer, or returning by the township treasurer to the county treasurer of a statement of the taxes remaining unpaid and due, are hereby made applicable to the treasurer of said city.

SEC. 186. No bond, note, or other obligation or evidence of indebtedness of said corporation, except orders on the treasurer, as hereinafter provided, shall ever be given or issued by said corporation, or by any officer thereof, in his official capacity, whereby the said city shall become obligated to pay any money, unless the same shall have been duly authorized by the legislature of this State, and shall have been submitted to and voted for by a majority of the electors of said city voting thereon, in conformity to this act; but the common council may allow just claims against the city, and may issue orders therefor on the treasurer, or payable on presentation from any moneys then in the treasury, on the first day of February thereafter; but such second named class of orders shall not, in any fiscal year, exceed the aggregate taxes levied in such year for the payment of the same. All moneys collected for the use of the city shall be paid into the city treasury, and no moneys shall be paid from the treasury unless it shall have been previously appropriated by the common council to the purpose for which it shall be drawn. The treasurer shall pay out no money except upon the written warrant of the mayor and city clerk, which warrant shall specify the fund from which the money is to be paid: Provided, That school moneys shall be paid to the treasurer of school district number one of the city of Ann Arbor upon the warrant of the president and secretary of said board.

MISCELLANEOUS.

SEC. 187. The assessor and supervisor of each ward and city clerk shall at the time appointed in each year for the return of the several ward assessment rolls, make a list of persons to serve as petit jurors, and a list to serve as grand jurors for the ensuing year, of the qualifications and in the manner prescribed by law.

SEC. 188. Any person who may be required to take any oath or Perjury. affirmation, under or by virtue of any provision of this act, who shall, under such oath or affirmation, in any statement or affidavit, or otherwise, willfully swear falsely as to any material fact or matter, shall be deemed guilty of perjury.

of council, etc.

SEC. 189. If any suit shall be commenced against any person Sults, etc. elected or appointed under this act to any office, for any act done or omitted to be done under such election or appointment, or against any person having done any thing or act by the command of any such officer, and if final judgment be rendered in such suit, whereby any such defendant shall be entitled to costs, he shall recover double costs, in the manner defined by law. SEC. 190. The common council of said city is hereby author- Certain duties ized and required to perform the same duties in and for said city as are by law imposed upon the township boards of the several townships of this State, in relation to schools, school taxes, county and State taxes, and State, district and county elections; and the supervisors and assessors, justices of the peace and city Oaths, bonds, clerk, and all other officers of said city, who are required to perform the duties of township officers of this State, shall take the oath, give the bond, perform like duties, and receive the same pay and in the same manner, and be subject to the same liabilities, as provided for the corresponding township officers, excepting as is otherwise provided in this act, or as may be provided by the ordinances of the common council.

etc.

etc., now in

SEC. 191. The ordinances now in force in the city of Ann Ordinances, Arbor shall remain in force until repealed, altered or amended force. by the common council; and all property, rights, credits, and effects of every kind, belonging to the city of Ann Arbor, shall be and remain the property of the said city of Ann Arbor.

SEC. 192. All acts heretofore enacted in regard to the village Acts repealed. of Ann Arbor, or the city of Ann Arbor, coming within the purview of this act, are hereby repealed: Provided, That the Proviso. repealing of said acts aforesaid shall not affect any act already done, or any right acquired under, or proceeding had or commenced by virtue thereof, but the same shall remain as valid as if said acts remained in full force: And provided further, That Idem. persons now holding office in the city of Ann Arbor, under the acts hereby repealed, shall continue to hold and exercise the duties of such offices during the term for which they were respectively elected.

all

strued, etc.

SEC. 193. This act shall not be construed so as to change, alter How act con or annul any act heretofore passed for the organization or government of school district number one, of the city and township

of Ann Arbor.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.

Approved March 15, 1889.

Sections amended.

Officers to be elected.

Powers and duties of officers.

Proviso.

Time of appointment of

etc.

[No. 332.]

AN ACT to amend sections two and ten of act number two hundred and sixty-five of the session laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-five, approved March sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, entitled "An act to re-incorporate the city of Cadillac, and to repeal act number two hundred and fifty-four of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, entitled 'An act to incorporate the city of Cadillac and repeal act number three hundred and thirty-six of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-five,' approved April twentytwo, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, and act number three hundred and four of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, entitled 'An act to amend section one of act number two hundred and fifty-four of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-seven,' approved March twenty, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, entitled 'An act to incorporate the city of Cadillac, and repeal act number three hundred and thirty-six of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy-five,' approved April twenty-two, eighteen hundred and seventy-five," and to add one new section thereto to stand as section twelve.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That sections two and ten of act number two hundred and sixty-five of the session laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-five, approved March six, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, be amended, and a new section added to said act to stand as section twelve, so as to read as follows:

SEC. 2. The following city officers, viz.: A mayor, city clerk, city treasurer, city marshal, city collector, three school inspectors, four justices of the peace and two aldermen to be designated as aldermen at large shall be elected by the qualified voters of the whole city.

SEC. 10. The said city of Cadillac shall, in all things not herein otherwise provided, be governed by and its powers and duties defined and limited by an act entitled "An act for the incorporation of cities," being act number one hundred and seventy-eight of the session laws of eighteen hundred and seventy three, approved April twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred seventy-three, which act is hereby made and constituted a part of the charter of the said city of Cadillac, except as herein otherwise provided: Provided, That the mayor and aldermen of said city shall serve without compensation.

SEC. 12. Appointments to office by the council, except appointcertain officers, ments to fill vacancies, and appointments to the office of school inspector, shall be made on the first Monday of May in each year. The regular appointment of school inspector shall be made on the first Monday of March in each year, and the school inspector so appointed shall hold his office for the term of three years from the first Monday in April in the year when appointed,

may be made at

and until his successor shall be qualified and enters upon the duties of his office. But appointments which for any cause shall Appointments not be made at the regular time prescribed therefor, may be subsequent made at any subsequent regular meeting of the council. This act is ordered to take immediate effect. Approved March 15, 1889.

meetings, etc.

[No. 333.]

AN ACT to incorporate the city of Cheboygan and to repeal an act entitled "An act to re-incorporate the village of Cheboygan in the county of Cheboygan," approved March twenty-seven, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven.

CHAPTER I.

INCORPORATION AND BOUNDARIES.

incorporated.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That Territory the following territory, to wit: Fractional sections nineteen, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty and thirty-one; sections thirtytwo and thirty-three, all in town thirty-eight north, of range one west; all lying east of the north and south quarter line in frac tional section twenty-four, and the east half of sections twentyfive and thirty-six, in town thirty-eight north, of range two west; the northeast quarter of section one in town thirty-seven north, of range two west; the north half of sections four, five and six, in town thirty-seven north, of range one west; all lying and being in the county of Cheboygan and State of Michigan (including the present organized village of Cheboygan), be and the same is hereby set off and detached from the townships of Benton, Beaugrand and Inverness, in said county, as now organized, and erected into and declared to be a city by the name of the city of Cheboygan, by which name it shall hereafter be known: Pro- Proviso. rided, however, That until the fourth day of July, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, and no longer, the territory hereby set off from the township of Benton, shall, for judicial purposes, and for such purposes only, be and remain attached to, and continue to form a part of said township.

SEC. 2. The people of said city, from time to time, being Body corporate. inhabitants thereof, shall be and continue to be a body corporate and politic by the name of the city of Cheboygan, and by that name they shall be known in law, and shall be capable of suing and being sued, and of prosecuting and defending suits. They may have a common seal, which they may alter at pleasure, and shall be capable of purchasing, holding, conveying and disposing of real and personal estate for the use of said corporation. The jurisdiction and territorial limits of said city for municipal Jurisdiction. purposes shall extend to and cover all the waters within and in

Wards.

First.

Second.

Third

Fourth.

Fifth,

Re-districting.

front of the territory above described to the distance of one mile from the shore. And in respect to the course in which the east and west boundary lines of the city corporation should be produced out into the waters of Lake Huron, it is provided that for all municipal purposes the eastern line of the city, from the point where it intersects Duncan bay, shall, from that point, extend out into said bay on a course north, forty-five degrees east, to the center of the bay, and the west line of the city shall be produced out into the waters of the lake in a due north course.

SEC. 3. The said city, for the time being, shall be divided into five wards: The first ward shall embrace all the territory in said city lying east of a line as follows: Commencing on the south boundary line of said city corporation at the quarter post between sections four and five, in town thirty-seven north, range one west; thence running north on the section line between said sections four and five, to the south line of township thirty-eight north, range one west, and thence north on, and following the section lines between sections thirty-two and thirty-three, and sections twenty-eight and twenty-nine, in said town thirty-eight north, range one west, to the waters of Lake Huron, and then due north out into the waters of the lake as far as the jurisdiction of the city extends. The second ward shall embrace all of the territory in said city lying between the first ward as aforesaid and the Cheboygan river. The third ward shall embrace all of the territory of said city lying west of the Cheboygan river, and north of a line as follows: Commencing on the west boundary line of said city corporation at the quarter post between sections twenty-five and thirty-six, in town thirty-eight north, range two west, thence running east on the section line between said sections twenty-five and thirty-six to the west line of town thirty-eight north, range one west, and thence east, and easterly on and along the center line of Third street to the Cheboygan river. The fourth ward shall embrace all of the territory of said city lying west of the Cheboygan river, and between the third ward as aforesaid and a line as follows: Commencing on the west boundary line of the city corporation, at the center of section thirty-six, in town thirty-eight north, range two west, thence running east on the east and west quarter line of said section thirty-six, to intersect the center line of the street known as Court street, thence easterly on and along the center line of Court street, and such line produced, to the Cheboygan river. And the fifth ward shall embrace all of the territory of said city lying west of the Cheboygan river, and south of the southerly boundary line of the fourth ward as aforesaid. Each of the wards bordering on the Cheboygan river shall respectively extend to the center line of the river. And the center line of the gov ernment cut, or channel, at the mouth of the Cheboygan river, shall be taken as the line between the second and third wards out in the waters of Lake Huron.

SEC. 4. Whenever the council of said city shall deem it expedient, they may, by ordinance, enacted by a concurring vote

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