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MASON COUNTY.

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In the matter of the application of certain freeholders for the organiza

tion of the township of Logan.

WHEREAS, application has been made to the board of supervisors of the county of Mason by John L. Rose and twenty-three others all of whom are freeholders and at least twelve of whom reside in all of the townships affected thereby for the erection and organization into a new town. ship of the territory hereinafter described and said board having been furnished with a map of all of the townships affected thereby and it appearing to said board that notices in writing of said intended application have been duly posted up and published in the manner and during the time required by law and it also appearing that the proposition to organize said territory into a new township was voted upon at the annual town meeting held in 1902 and was carried by an almost unanimous vote of the resident freeholders of said township;

Therefore be it resolved that it is ordered and determined by said board that the territory described as follows to wit: Township No. 17 north of range 15 west be and the same is hereby detached from the township of Branch and is erected and organized into a new township to be called and known as the township of Logan and that the territory included in township 18 N. of R. 15 W. be and remain known as the town. ship of Branch; that the first annual township meeting in said township of Logan shall be held in the MacCumber schoolhouse in school district No. 1 on Monday the 6th day of April next and L. N. Lake, G. N. Tyndall and John Maston, three electors of said township are hereby designated as the persons whose duty it shall be to preside at said meeting, appoint a clerk, keep the polls and to exercise the same powers as the inspectors of any township meeting may exercise under the laws of this state.

Adopted by the following vote:

Yeas—Pehrson, Willis, Sayles, Balch, Darr, Freeman, Malliett, Jones, Oldt, Law, Barnes, Hanson, Tripp, Weimer, Forslind, Voss, McKerty, and Monypenny-18.

Nays—none.

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STATE OF MICHIGAN,

County of Mason. I, P. E. Bailey clerk of said county and of the board of supervisors thereof, do hereby certify that I have carefully compared the foregoing copy of the resolution adopted by said board on the 8th day of January 1903 with the original now on record in my office and that it is a true transcript therefrom and of the whole thereof and of the action of the board of supervisors taken thereon.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and

affixed the seal of the circuit court for said county at [L, s.] Ludington this 18th day of January, A. D. 1903.

P. E. BAILEY,

Clerk.

MENOMINEE COUNTY.

In the matter of the application of certain freeholders for the organiza

tion of the township of Harris.

At a meeting of the board of supervisors of Menominee county, State of Michigan, held at the court house in the city of Menominee, in said county and State, on Friday, the 19th day of December, A. D., 1902, the following proceedings were had.

Supervisor, Walton offered the following resolution which was seconded by Supervisor, William Phillips:

WHEREAS, An application has been made to the board of supervisors of said Menominee county, by petition, signed and executed by Frank Beatson and twenty-three other persons who are all resident freeholders of the township of Spaulding, in said county, praying that the following territory, to wit: Townships numbered thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, and forty-one (41). north, of range twenty-five, west, of the organized township of Spaulding, be detached from the said township of Spaulding and a new township be erected from said territory so detached and here tofore described, to be named "Harris township;" and said board of supervisors having been furnished with a map of all the territory to be affected thereby; and it appearing to said board from proof now on file with the clerk of said board that notice in writing of such intended application, signed by twenty-four freeholders and residents of the township to be affected thereby, have been posted and published in manner and form and for and during the time as is required by law, and the matter of said application having been duly considered by the said board of supervisors, of said Menominee county at the meeting held as aforesaid. Thereupon, it is ordered and enacted by said board of supervisors of said Menominee county that the territory described as follows, to wit: Townships numbered thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty and forty-one, north, of range twenty-five, west, of Menominee county, Michigan, be detached from the organized township of Spaulding and out of the same a new township be created to be known and named “Harris township.”

It is further ordered that the first election of said new township hereby created, shall be held in the school house in the unincorporated village of Harris, which said last mentioned place is within the territory heretofore described, on Monday, the 6th day of April, A. D., 1903, and that Robert S. Raymond, John Shanahan and James Musson, being three electors of such township shall constitute the board of registration and act as inspectors of the election at said first election.

It is further ordered, That the first election of said Spaulding township shall be held in the town hall in the unincorporated village of Spaulding, which said place is within the territory of said township of Spaulding, on Monday, the 6th day of April, A. D., 1903, and that Frank Beatson, Joseph Jerne, and Nicholas Peterson, being three electors of said township of Spaulding, shall constitute the board of registration and act as inspectors of the election at said first election.

Said resolution was carried by the following aye and nay vote of all the supervisors present, answering upon roll call:

Ayes--Supervisors Beatson, Beechner, Erdlitz, Fernstrum, Haggerson, Leisen, Nelson, Peterson, Hugh Phillips, William Phillips, Radford, Sibenaler, Sieman, Sorenson, Swanson and Walton.

Nays-none.

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STATE OF MICHIGAN,

County of Menominee.

I, Fred S. Norcross, clerk of the board of supervisors, county clerk and clerk of the circuit court of the county of Menominee and State of Michigan, do hereby certify the within and foregoing to be a copy of a resolution of the board of supervisors of said Menominee county, passed at their meeting held in the city of Menominee, in said county and State on the 19th day of December, A. D., 1902. That the vote upon said resolution as herein and above recorded, is correct, and that a copy of the map or plat showing the territory affected by the organization of Harris township, is also hereto attached.

That I have compared the said resolution, the said vote and the said map or plat with the originals now on file and of record in my office and that they are true copies thereof and of the whole thereof.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, and

affixed the seal of the circuit court of said Menominee [L. s.] county at the city of Menominee, in said county, this 24th day of December. A. D., 1902.

F. S. NORCROSS

Clerk.

MISSAUKEE COUNTY.

In the matter of the application of certain freeholders for the organiza

tion of the township of Enterprise.

Lake City, Mich., January 10th, 1903. The board met and was called to order by the chairman, quorum present.

Supervisor McMahon offered the following preamble and resolution.

WHEREAS, Application has been made to this board. asking that all that territory known as township twenty-three (23) north, of range five (5) west, and forming part of the territory comprising the township of West Branch, be detached from the said township of West Branch and that a new township be organized, composed of the said detached territory, de scribed as town twenty-three (23) north, range five (5) west, and;

WHEREAS, Notices that said petition would be presented to this board at this session have been duly posted in said township of West Branch and advertised as provided by law for the organization of new townships, and:

WHEREAS, The said application and other proceedings are now before the board, all of which seem to be regular;

Therefore, be it resolved that said petition be granted, and that the territory known as town twenty-three (23) north, range five (5) west,

be and the same is hereby detached from the township of West Branch, aforesaid, heretofore composed of township twenty-three (23) north, range five (5) west, and township twenty-three (23) north, range six (6) west; and that the said territory known and described as township twenty-three (23) north, range five (5) west, be and the same is hereby organized into a new township to be known and designated as the township of “Enterprise.” and;

It is further resolved, that the first meeting of the electors in said township of “Enterprise” shall be held at the “Merrill schoolhouse,” situated near the residence of Arthur Merrill, in said township of "Enterprise," upon the 1st Monday of April A. D. 1903.

It is further resolved, that Amos Coon, Arthur Merrill, and David D. Wiggins be, and the same are hereby, constituted the election inspectors of the said first meeting of said township of "Enterprise."

OWEN MCMAHON.

Moved by Supervisor Stampfler and supported by Supervisor Berghouse, that the preamble and resolution of Supervisor McMahon be accepted and adopted, which notice prevailed by yeas and nays as follows:

Supervisors Berghouse, Stampfler, Sherman, Marsh, Downing. Herweyer, Decker, Loveless, Taylor, Grice, Young and McMahon voted yea. Yeas-12

Nays-none.
Absent or not voting, Supervisor Churchill.
ALBERT C. McNITT.

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FREEMAN L. DECKER,
Clerk.

Chairman.

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STATE OF MICHIGAN, 2

County of Missaukee.

I, Albert C. McNitt, clerk of the board of supervisors, of said county of Missaukee, do hereby certify that I have compared the annexed copy of the proceedings of the board of supervisors, so far as the same relate to the organizing and forming the township of Enterprise, with the original thereof, now remaining in my custody, and that the same is a correct transcript therefrom, and of the whole of such original.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and

affixed the seal of the circuit court, at Lake City, this 7th [L. S.] day of March, A. D. 1903.

ALBERT C. McNITT,

Clerk of said Board.

MONTMORENCY COUNTY.

In the matter of the application of certain freeholders to detach certain

territory from the township of Vienna and attaching the same to the township of Briley.

WHEREAS There has been a petition presented to this board duly signed by twelve freeholders of each township to be affected thereby, praying to have the south half of township thirty (30) north, range two (2) east

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detached from the township of Vienna and be attached to the township of Briley.

Be it resolved by Double supported by Marshall that this board detach said south half of town thirty north of range two east, from the township of Vienna and attach the same to the township of Briley.

Carried by the following vote:
Ayes-Connor, Double, Hubert, Marshall and Chairman,
Nays-Powell.

The above resolution was passed at a meeting of the board of supervisors of Montmorency county Mich., October 16, 1902.

ROBERT KINCAID,

Clerk. STATE OF MICHIGAN,

SS. County of Montmorency,

I Robert Kincaid clerk of said county of Montmorency and clerk of the circuit court for said county, do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy of a resolution with the original record thereof, now remaining in my office, and that it is a true and correct transcript there from, and of the whole of such original record.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, and

affixed the seal of said court and county, this fifteenth [L. s. ] day of November A. D. 1902.

ROBERT KINCAID,

Clerk.

PRESQUE ISLE COUNTY.

In the matter of the application of certain freeholders for the erection and organization of a new township: The township of North Allis.

WHEREAS, An application has been duly made to the board of supervisors of the county of Presque Isle, by James Sandison, William R. McMullen, Michael Rowe, George F. Knapp, John Balongie, George H. Riley, Hector McMullen, John Sullivan, H. J. Hodges, H. T. Dewitt, Salonas Hodges, W. A. Nason, Ben. J. Marshall, G. W. Belding, Daniel Baker, O. W. Pierson, Charles Pickett, Dan T. Randall, J. F. McCann, J. P. Wickersham, J. W. Gifford, W. J. Chowan, A. Campbell, Wm. Fowler, all of whom are freeholders, and twelve of whom reside in each of the townships to be affected thereby; for the erection and organization of a new township of the territory hereinafter described; and the said board having been furnished with a map of all the townships to be affected thereby; and it appearing to the said board by due proof that notice in writing of such intended application, signed by at least twelve freeholders of such township or townships to be thereby affected, has been duly posted up and published in the manner and during the time required by law; and it also appearing to said board, upon consideration thereof, that the said application ought to be granted; Thereupon, it is ordered and determined by the said board, that the territory described as follows, to wit: The whole of town thirty-five (35) north of range two (2) east. be, and the same is hereby erected and organized into a new

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