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The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 4, 1911. To the President of the Senate:

Sir:—I am instructed by the House to transmit the following concurrent resolution :

House concurrent resolution No. 404 (file No. 206), entitled

A concurrent resolution proposing an amendment to sections 1 and 19 of Article V of the Constitution of Michigan, relative to the initiative and referendum ;

And to inform the Senate that the concurrent resolution has passed the House by a vote of two-thirds of the members-elect.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

Paul H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The concurrent resolution was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the Committee on Elections.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 5, 1911.
To the President of the Senate:

Sir:-I am instructed by the House to transmit the following bill:
House bill No. 201 (file No. 148), entitled

A bill to provide for the support of certain dependents of those confined in the prisons and reformatories of the State of Michigan, and to provide a tax to meet the same;

And to inform the Senate that the bill has passed the House.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

PAUL H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the Committee on State Affairs.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 4, 1911.
To the President of the Senate:

Sir:-I am instructed by the House to transmit the following bill:
House bill No. 393 (file No. 209), entitled

A bill to protect fruit and shade trees and other useful and ornamental shrubs and vines planted, standing or growing along the margin of streets and highways in the cities, villages and townships of this State;

to provide a fine and punishment for injuries thereto, and to provide and establish civil remedies in connection therewith;

And to inform the Senate that the bill has passed the House.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respect. fully asked.

Very respectfully,

PAUL H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the Committee on Agricultural Interests.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 4, 1911. To the President of the Senate:

Sir:-I am instructed by the House to transmit the following bill: House bill No. 287 (file No. 211), entitled

A bill releasing the county of Lapeer from any and all liability to the State of Michigan for expense incurred by the State in maintaining a quarantine at the Michigan Home for the Feeble-minded and Epileptic at the city of Lapeer during the fall of 1910;

And to inform the Senate that the bill has passed the House by a vote of two-thirds of all the members-elect.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

Paul H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and pending the reference of the bill to its appropriate committee,

Mr. Conley moved that the rules be suspended and that the bill be referred to the Committee on Finance and Appropriations.

The motion prevailed, two-thirds of the Senators present voting therefor.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 4, 1911. To the President of the Senate:

Sir:-I am instructed by the House to transmit the following concurrent resolution :

House concurrent resolution No. 407 (file No. 207), entitled

A concurrent resolution proposing an amendment to the constitution of the State of Michigan by adding a new section to article III thereof relative to the recall, which shall be known as section 9 of article III of the constitution;

And to inform the Senate that the concurrent resolution has passed the House by a vote of two-thirds of the members-elect.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

PAUL H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The concurrent resolution was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the Committee on Elections.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 4, 1911. To the President of the Senate:

Sir:-I am instructed by the House to transmit the following bill: House bill No. 474 (file No. 217), entitled

A bill to amend section 14 of Act No. 217 of the Public Acts of 1903, as amended by Act No. 335 of the Public Acts of 1907, entitled “An act to revise and consolidate the laws organizing asylums for the insane, and to regulate the care, management and use thereof, and to provide for the apprehension of persons believed to be insane, and for their care and custody;"

And to inform the Senate that the bill has passed the House.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

PAUL H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the Committee on State Affairs.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 4, 1911. To the President of the Senate:

Sir: I am instructed by the House to transmit the following concurrent resolution:

House concurrent resolution No. 405 (file No. 208), entitled

A concurrent resolution proposing an amendment to section 2 of article XVII of the Constitution relative to amending the Constitution by the initiative;

And to inform the Senate that the concurrent resolution has passed the House by a vote of two-thirds of all the members-elect.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

Paul H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The concurrent resolution was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the Committee on Elections.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 5, 1911. To the President of the Senate:

Sir:-I am instructed by the House to transmit the following bill: House bill No. 288 (file No. 120), entitled

A bill to declare telephone lines and telephone companies within the State of Michigan to be common carriers, to regulate the same and prescribing a penalty for the violation of this act;

And to inform the Senate that the bill has passed the House.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

PAUL H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the Committee on Railroads.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 5, 1911. To the President of the Senate:

Sir:-I am instructed by the House to transmit the following bill: House bill No. 358 (file No. 231), entitled

A bill to prevent unlawful discrimination in the sale of milk, cream and butter-fat, and to provide a punishment for the same;

And to inform the Senate that the bill has passed the House.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

Paul H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the Committee on Agricultural Interests.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 5, 1911. To the President of the Senate:

Sir:-I am instructed by the House to transmit the following bill: House bill No. 39 (file No. 5), entitled

A bill to provide for formulating and establishing a uniform system of accounting in the several departments of the State government, including State institutions, and in every county office in each county in the State; providing for examinations into the financial affairs of such departments, institutions and county offices, and for the appointment

of a public examiner, prescribing his powers and duties, and repealing all acts or parts of acts contravening any of the provisions of this act;

And to inform the Senate that the bill has passed the House.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

Paul H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title pending the reference of the bill to its appropriate committee.

Mr. Collins moved that the rules be suspended and that the bill be referred to the committee of the whole and placed on the general orders.

The motion prevailed, two-thirds of the Senators present voting there. for.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 5, 1911. To the President of the Senate:

Sir:-I am instructed by the House to transmit the following bill: House bill No. 354 (file No. 230), entitled

A bill to amend section 2 of Act No. 206 of the Public Acts of 1881, as amended, entitled "An act to provide for the uniform regulation of certain State institutions, and to repeal section 7 of Act No: 148 of the Session Laws of 1873, Act No. 162 of the Session Laws of 1873, Act No. 31 of the Session Laws of 1875, section 17 of Act No. 213 of the Session Laws of 1875, section 17 of Act No. 176 of the Session Laws of 1877, section 16 of Act No. 133 of the Session Laws of 1879, section 20 of Act No. 250 of the Session Laws of 1879, and all acts and parts of acts contravening the provisions of this act;"

And to inform the Senate that the bill has passed the House.

In this action of the House the concurrence of the Senate is respecto fully asked.

Very respectfully,

PAUL H. KING, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

The bill was read a first and second time by its title and referred to the Committee on State Affairs.

The following message from the House was also received and read:

House of Representatives,

April 5, 1911. To the President of the Senate:

Sir:-I am instructed by the House to transmit the following bill: House bill No. 143 (file No. 228), entitled

A bill to provide for the transfer of an unexpended balance of a special appropriation for a new roof and approach to the training school building of the Central Michigan Normal School to the fund appropriated for installing a men's lavatory in the normal school building;

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