Acts of the Legislature of the State of Michigan, Part 2

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W. S. George, 1899
Includes regular and extra sessions.


Amending act relative to dissection in certain cases for the advancement
Amending act to regulate the catching of fish
Amending act relative to incorporation of all manufacturing companies
Water closet accommodation for workmen on buildings during construction
Amending act relative to county treasurers furnishing transcripts
Amending act relative to assessment of property and levy and collection
Amending act relative to highways bridges private roads and ferries
Amending act relative to the incorporation of villages
Appropriation for Michigan Pioneer and Historical society
Amending act relative to contempt proceedings to enforce civil remedies
Amending act relative to prevention of cruelty to animals
Protection of mourning doves
Amending act relative to the admission of certain poor persons to aslyums
Amending act relative to marriage and the solemnization thereof
Suppression of mob violence
To regulate the sale of Process butter
Amending act relative to authorizing proceedings against garnishees etc
Amending act relative to assessment of property and levy and collection
To provide a tax to meet the appropriations for expenses of State government
Amending act relative to incorporation of railroad companies
Amending act relative to trial of issues of fact
Amending act relative to incorporation of societies for receiving loaning
Concurrent resolutions 493501
Amendments to the constitution 5034

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