Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB
[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][subsumed][merged small][graphic][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][merged small][merged small]

WYNKOOP HALLENBECK CRAWFORD CO. OF LANSING, MICH.

STATE PRINTERS

K M62 A2

NOTE. The words and sentences enclosed in brackets in the following acts were in the bills as passed by the Legislature, but not in the enrolled copies as approved by the Governor.

No.

LIST OF LOCAL ACTS

PASSED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF 1901.

TITLE.

PAGE.

243. An act to authorize the township board of the township of Charlevoix, in the county of Charlevoix, to issue the bonds of said township to the amount of twenty thousand dollars for the purpose of building a new bridge across Pine river, and to levy taxes sufficient to provide for the payment of the same and the interest thereon. Approved January 4, 1901 ... 244. An act authorizing the board of trustees of the public schools of the village of Addison, an incorporated school district, to call a meeting of the qualified electors of said school district for the purpose of selecting and changing sites and building school houses for said district. Approved January 12, 1901.. 245. An act to legalize the floating indebtedness of the city of Petoskey, to the amount of ten thousand dollars, heretofore incurred in the construction of a city electric lighting plant, and to authorize the council of said city to issue the bonds of said city for the purpose of funding and paying off said indebtedness. Approved January 17, 1901..

246. An act to legalize and make valid certain bonds voted to be issued by the village of Gaylord, Otsego county, Michigan. Approved January 18, 1901..

247. An act to legalize certain proceedings of the city council of the city of Traverse city, and authorizing said council to issue the bonds of said city to the amount of twenty-five thousand dollars, for the purpose of extending and improving its water works plant. Approved January 22, 1901.... 248. An act to enable the board of supervisors of Houghton county to construct and maintain a bridge across Sturgeon river, in the township of Portage, county of Houghton. Approved January 22, 1901.....

249. An act to empower and authorize the trustees of the Peter White public library of the city of Marquette to mortgage or sell certain real estate, held in trust by said trustees for said library, for the purpose of raising money to aid in the erection of a suitable library building in said city upon lands donated to said trustees in trust for said library as a building site. Approved January 22, 1901.....

1

2

3

5

6

[blocks in formation]

250. An act to authorize the board of trustees of school district number one of the city of Ishpeming to borrow money for the funding of floating indebtedness incurred on account of necessary construction of school buildings and for extraordinary expenses and to issue bonds therefor. Approved January 22, 1901.....

251. An act to detach certain territory from the village of Muskegon Heights, county of Muskegon, and attach the said territory to the township of Norton in said county, and to repeal act number three hundred sixty-four of the local acts of eighteen hundred ninety-nine, and all acts or parts of acts inconsistent herewith. Approved January 22, 1901.. 252. An act to change the name of Carlton M. Oothoudt to Carlton M. Dodge. Approved January 22, 1901..

253. An act to change the name of Hubert Clark to Hubert Teller. Approved January 22, 1901...

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

254. An act to legalize the floating indebtedness of the village of Algonac, to the amount of four thousand dollars, heretofore incurred in the construction of a village water works plant, and to authorize the council of said village to issue the bonds of said village for the purpose of funding and paying off said indebtedness. Approved January 22, 1901.. 9 255. An act to legalize the floating indebtedness of the village of Algonac, to the amount of four thousand dollars, heretofore incurred in the construction of a village electric light plant, and to authorize the council of said village to issue the bonds of said village for the purpose of funding and paying off said indebtedness. Approved January 22, 1901 9 256. An act to amend section one of an act approved January twelve, nineteen hundred one, entitled "An act authorizing the board of trustees of the public schools of the village of Addison, an incorporated school district, to call a meeting of the qualified electors of said school district for the purpose of selecting and changing sites and building school houses for said district." Approved January 22, 1901... 257. An act to authorize the village of Laurium, in the county of Houghton, State of Michigan, to borrow money and issue bonds therefor to the amount of one hundred thousand dollars for the purpose of constructing and improving streets and sewers. Approved January 22, 1901.... .

...

258. An act to authorize the township of South Arm, in Charle-
voix county, to borrow money to be used in rebuilding a
swing bridge and approaches thereto in said township and
to issue bonds therefor. Approved January 22, 1901....
259. An act to change the name of Bartholomew Jano to Bartholo-
mew Milano. Approved January 22, 1901...

260. An act to authorize the township of Hillman, in the county
of Montmorency, and State of Michigan, to borrow money
for the payment of the outstanding orders and other in-
debtedness of said township, and to issue bonds therefor.
Approved January 22, 1901..

10

11

12

13

14

[blocks in formation]

261. An act to define the duties of justices of the peace in and
for the county of Ionia, in certain cases and to regulate the
fees therein. Approved January 24, 1901....
262. An act to legalize the action of the qualified electors of St.
Clair township, in St. Clair county, at a special meeting
held on the twenty-ninth day of December, A. D. one thou-
sand nine hundred, in said township, in voting to raise by
tax in said township seven hundred and fifty dollars in the
year one thousand nine hundred and one, and seven hun-
dred and fifty dollars in the year one thousand nine hun-
dred and two, for the purpose of building an iron bridge
across Pine river in said township. Approved January 24,
1901

263. An act to amend section ten of chapter two, section eight
of chapter three, section six of chapter seven, section five
of chapter nine, sections eight and fourteen of chapter nine-
teen, section eleven of chapter twenty-four, and section
eight of chapter twenty-five, and to add a new section to
chapter nineteen, the same to stand as section nineteen
of said chapter, of act number four hundred thirty-seven
of the local acts of eighteen hundred ninety-nine, entitled
“An act to vacate the township of Holmes and village of
Mackinac in Mackinac county, State of Michigan, and to
incorporate the city of Mackinac Island in said Mackinac
county," aproved June nine, eighteen hundred ninety-nine.
Approved January 29, 1901..

264. An act to amend act number two hundred and eighteen of the local acts of eighteen hundred and ninety-three, entitled "An act relative to the salary of the judge of probate of the county of Wayne." Approved January 29, 1901... 265. An act to amend section one of act number four hundred thirty-four of the acts of the legislature of the State of Michigan for the year eighteen hundred sixty-seven, entitled "An act to incorporate the village of Farmington," approved March twenty-five, eighteen hundred sixty-seven. Approved January 30, 1901.

PAGE.

15

16

17

21

[ocr errors]

22

266. An act to legalize certain bonds of the township of Garfield, in Newago [Newaygo] county. Approved January 31, 1901. 267. An act to provide for two voting precincts in the township of Baldwin, in the county of Delta. Approved January 31, 1901. 23 268. An act to authorize school district number one of the township of Hancock, in the county of Houghton, to borrow money and to issue bonds therefor, for additions to and improvements of the school buildings of said district and the furnishing of the same. Approved February 4, 1901... 269. An act to attach the territory of school district number two, of the township of Portage, in the county of Houghton, Michigan, and other territory in said township, to school district number one of said township, and to disorganize and discontiue said district number two. Approved February 4, 1901....

24

25

« AnteriorContinuar »