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In the matter of the alteration of the corporate limits of the village of
Lake Odessa, by the board of supervisors of said county.
Report of committee on petitions relative to change in corporation limits of the village of Lake Odessa.
Your committee having had petitions presented to us in regard to the above matter under consideration and recommend the allowance of the same, and the adoption of the following order:
Resolved, That in accordance with the petition from the village of Lake Odessa to change the boundary line of said corporation, it is therefore ordered that the corporate limits of the village of Lake Odessa shall be changed so as to take out the following described lands, to wit: Commencing thirty rods east of the northwest corner post of section thirtyfour running thence east fifty (50) rods to the east corporation line of said village, thence south one hundred and sixty (160) rods, thence west fifty (50) rods, thence north one hundred and sixty (160) rods to the place of beginning, said tract containing fifty acres of land.
And further it is ordered that the west boundary line of said village of Lake Odessa be extended so as to take in the following described lands, to-wit : Commencing at the quarter (14) post between section twenty-eight and thirty-three, thence running west along the section line forty-one rods six feet and six inches, thence running south one hundred sixty rods three feet and two inches, thence east forty-one rods six feet and six inches to the present western boundary line of said village of Lake Odessa, thence north along said boundary line to the place of beginning, said tract containing forty-one and one-half acres.
It is further ordered that a certified copy of this order bé transmitted to the clerk of the said village of Lake Odessa, and to the Secretary of State without delay.
WM. H. PRYER.
County of lonia. I, Harry J. Holbrook, clerk of the said county of Ionia, do hereby certify, that the above and foregoing is a true and compared copy of an original report which was accepted and the recommendations therein adopted by the board of supervisors of said county on Thursday, Oct. 22d, A. D. 1903, and now on record in the office of the county clerk of said county and court, and the whole of such original record.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto caused the seal of
said court to be affixed, at the city of Ionia, this 4th day [L. s.] of November. A. D. 1903.
HARRY J. HOLBROOK,
Proceedings of the board of supervisors of Leelanau county Mich.
in regard to the incorporation of the village of Northport in said county.
Wednesday Morning, Oct. 14th, 1903. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Roll called by the clerk, all members present. Minutes of yesterday read and approved. Mr. Scott for the committee on towns and villages read the following report: To the Hon. Board of Supervisors of Leelanau county:
Your committee on towns and villages beg leave to report as follows and recommend that the following resolution be adopted :
WHEREAS, More than thirty residents and legal voters of the township of Leelanau, county of Leelanau, State of Michigan, presented petition and made application to this board to have a certain territory in said township of Leelanau in Leelanau county, described in said petition, incorporated as a village by the name of and to be known as the village of Northport; and
WHEREAS, It appears to this board that all the requirements of act No. (3) three of the Public Acts of 1895 of the Legislature of this Sťate in respect to said petition and application have been complied with and that the territory described in said petition contains a population of 300 inhabitants and upwards, to wit: 492 persons.
Now therefore be it ordered, resolved and declared, That the following lands or territory be an incorporated village by the name of and to be known as the village of Northport, to-wit: All the land and territory included in the following boundaries, to-wit: All of frl. section (3) three, town (31) thirty-one N., range 11 west; all of frl. (34) thirty-four and frl. (35) thirty-five in township (32) thirty-two N., range 11 west containing 1,232 97-100 acres of land more or less according to the government survey thereof, all in the township of Leelanau, county of Leelanau, State of Michigan, not included within the limits of any incorporated village or city under the laws of the State of Michigan.
And it is further resolved and ordered by said board, That the second day of November, 1903, be the time for holding the first election in said village and the town hall in said village of Northport be the place for holding the said first election.
And it is further ordered, That W. E. Campbell, S. W. Porter, E. J. Gray and Bert Campbell, discreet persons, residents of the above de scribed territory and qualified electors therein, be and are hereby appointed a board of registration for said first election to be held in said village and who shall also act as inspectors of election at said first election. All of which is respectfully submitted,
D. H. SCOTT.
On motion of Mr. Wilson, the report was accepted and adopted, and Mr. Wilson also moved that the resolution be adopted and the order made as recommended by the committee. Carried by a unanimous vote. Board adjourned until 8 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Chairman. Z. E. HINSHAW,
Clerk. STATE OF MICHIGAN,
County of Leelanau.
I, Z. E. Hinshaw, clerk of the county of Leelanau and clerk of the circuit court for said county, the same being a court of record and having a seal, do hereby certify that I have compared the annexed copy of the proceedings of the board of supervisors in regard to the incorporation of the village of Northport in said county with the original record thereof now remaining in my office, and have found the said copy to be, and that the same is, a true and correct transcript therefrom, and of the whole of such original record.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and
affixed the seal of said court, at Leland this 12th day of [L. S.] November, A. D. 1903.
Z. E. HINSHAW,
In the matter of the incorporation of the village of Daggett.
Mr. Swanson made a motion, seconded by Mr. Walton, that the follow. ing order be made:
We, the board of supervisors of Menominee county, being satisfied that all of the requirements of act number three of the Public Acts of 1895. providing for the incorporation of villages, have been complied with in connection with the petition of Ed. Perrizo and thirty-two others praying for the incorporation of the following described territory, to-wit: Com mencing at the northwest corner of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section thirty-four (34), thence running east to the northeast corner of the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section thirty-six, all in township thirty-six north of range twenty-seven west; thence running south to the southeast corner of the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section one, thence running west to the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section three, all in township thirty-five north of range twenty-seven west, said territory being in the township of Stephenson, in said county of Menom inee, and that the said territory contains the population required by said act, and after hearing all of the parties presenting themselves to be heard. it is ordered that the said territory be incorporated as a village under said act. that the name of the incorporation be "Daggett;" that the first
election of said village be held in the office of the Daggett hotel on Tuesday, the 23d day of September, 1902, and that Paul Perrizo, Jr., John Dunham, Cyrus Walton, and Andrew Weng shall constitute a board of registration and act as inspectors of election of said first election.
Which motion was carried by the following aye and nay vote, viz.:
Ayes—Supervisors Beatson, Beechner, Fernstrum, Haggerson, Leisen, Nelson, Peterson, Radford, Sibenaler, Sieman. Sorenson, Swanson, and Walton.-13. Nays-Phillips, H.-1. Menominee, August 26, 1902.
F. S. NORCROSS,
Clerk. STATE OF MICHIGAN,
County of Menominee.
I, F. S. Norcross, clerk of the board of supervisors for the county and State aforesaid, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the part of the proceedings relating to the granting of the incorporation of the village of Daggett as appears of record and on file in my office. That I have compared the same with the original, and it is a true transcript therefrom, and of the whole thereof.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, and
affixed the seal of said court, at the city of Menominee, (L. S.] this 18th day of September, A. D. 1902.
F. S. NORCROSS,
In the matter of the incorporation of the village of Ortonville.
Moved and supported that the petitions for the incorporation of Ortonville be taken from the table. Carried. To the Honorable Board of Supervisors:
Your committee to whom the matter of the application for the incorporation of the village of Ortonville was referred respectfully report that they have carefully considered the same and report that in their opinion the proceedings therein are regular and according to law.
Moved and supported the report be accepted and adopted. Carried.
WHEREAS, Not less than thirty legal voters residing within the territory hereinafter described have presented their petition for the incorporation of such territory as a village by name of Ortonville, and
WHEREAS, After hearing all parties who presented themselves to be heard, this board is satisfied that all the requirements of chapter 87 of the Compiled Laws of 1897 and the amendments thereto have been complied with, and that the territory described in said petition contain the population required by statute, it is ordered that the following described territory situated in the township of Brandon, Oakland county, Michigan, to-wit: Commencing at a point in the north and south town line between the townships of Brandon and Groveland in said county of Oakland, where the east and west quarter line of section number seven of said township of Brandon intersects said north and south town line and running thence south on said town line one mile, thence runnig east at right angles to said town line, one mile, thence running north parallel to said town line one mile, thence west one mile to place of beginning, be an incorporated village by the name of Ortonville.
It is further ordered that the first election shall be held on Monday, the tenth day of March, A. D. 1902, and that Barton G. Woolman, Edward Suhenher, Edward H. Burt and Charles Prafrock, four discreet persons, residents of the above described territory and qualified voters therein, shall constitute a board of registration for such first election to be held in said village and who shall act as inspectors of election at said first election.
Moved and supported that the resolution be adopted. Carried. Moved and supported that the board reconsider the vote by which the resolution was adopted. Carried.
Moved and supported that the resolution be adopted by an aye and nay vote. Carried.
Moved and supported that Brandon supervisor, Jones, be excused from voting. Carried.
Aye-Allen, Bingham, Brown, Cuthbert, Davis, Fisher, Gardner, Greer, Gibbs, Hogle, Mitchell, Miller, Porter, Power, Sibley, Spooner, Tanner, Thurston, Weiland, Wright.
County of Oakland. I, Floyd B. Babcock, deputy clerk of the county of Oakland, and clerk of the circuit court for said county,do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy of all the proceedings of board of supervisors in relation to the incorporation of Ortonville with the original record thereof, now remaining in my office, and that it is a true and correct transcript therefrom, 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 21st day of [L. S.] August, A. D. 1902.
FLOYD B. BABCOCK,
VAN BUREN COUNTY.
In the matter of the incorporation of the village of South Haven as a city
of the fourth class.
Meeting of the council of the village of South Haven at the council rooms in the town hall in said village on Thursday, the thirteenth day of March, A. D. 1902, at 8 o'clock in the afternoon.