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teen hundred ten, by institutions as follows: For the Michigan State Prison, the sum of ninety-six thousand dollars; for the State House of Correction and Branch Prison in the Upper Peninsula, the sum of thirty~tw0 thousand dollars; for the Michigan Reformatory, the sum of thirty thousand dollars. The money arising from the taxes levied under the provisions of this act shall when collected be placed to the credit of'-the general fund to reimburse the same for the money previously expended.

SEC. 3. The several sums appropriated 0r disbursed by the How paid out

provisions of law for which this tax is levied shall be paid out of the general fund in the State treasury to the proper board or officer of the respective institutions, at such times and in such amounts as the general accounting laws of the State prescribe, and the disbursing officer shall render his accounts to the Auditor General thereunder.

Approved April 14, 1911.

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AN ACT giving to cities the power to issue certificates of indebtedness or bonds of the city for the purpose of raising money to pay any judgment or decree rendered or decreed against such city.

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

SECTION 1. Whenever any judgment or decree of any court City may

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decreed against any city, and such city shall be unable to meet igiilgigem,

the payment of such judgment or decree by reason of the etc' limitation of its power to borrow money for such purpose, or otherwise, then and in such case it shall be lawful for the common council of such city to issue the certificates of indebtedness or bonds of such city for the purpose of raising money to pay such judgment or decree, in an amount not exceeding the sum of such judgment or decree, and the taxed costs arising in the procuring of such judgment or decree, together with the interest thereon, which certificates of indebtedness or bonds may be made payable at such. time and When place and at such rate of interest, not exceeding six per cent Payableper annum, as shall be prescribed by the common council, Interest, and such certificates of indebtedness or bonds shall be sold Sam and disposed of at not less than par value, in such manner as may be deemed advisable by said common council.

Sec. 2. It is hereby declared that this act is necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health and safety.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.

Approved April 18, 1911.

Act repealed.

Act repealed.

[No. 87.]

AN ACT to repeal act number ninety~seven of the public acts of nineteen hundred three, entitled “An act to prohibit the catching, killing or destroying of fish with seines or any species of continuous net, or with any form of spear or trap, or in any manner whatsoever, except with hook and line, in the waters of Crystal lake, in the township of Crystal, county of Montcalm, Michigan, and providing a penalty therefor,” approved May twelfth, nineteen hundred three.

The People of the State of Mich/igan enact:

SECTION 1. Act number ninety-seven of the public acts of nineteen hundred three, entitled “An act to prohibit the catching, killing or destroying of fish with seines or any species of continuous net, or with any form of spear or trap, or in any manner whatsoever, except with hook and line, in the waters‘of Crystal lake, in the township of Crystal, county of Montcalm, Michigan, and providing a penalty therefor,” approved May twelfth, nineteen hundred three, is hereby repealed.

.Approved April 19, 1911.

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AN ACT to repeal act number sixty-six of the public acts of nineteen hundred five, entitled “An act for the'protection of fish in the lakes and streams of the county of Montcalm, State of Michigan, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with this act,” approved April nineteenth, nine< teen hundred five.

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

SECTION 1., Act number sixty-six of the public acts of nine teen hundred filve, entitled “An act for the protection of fish in the lakes and streams of the county of Montcalm, State of Michigan, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with this act,” approved April nineteenth, nineteen hundred five, is hereby repealed.

Approved April 19, 1911. _

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AN ACT to provide for the lawful taking and removing with seines or nets, and destroying, under certain regulations and restrictions, of dog fish, carp, and garfish or bill fish, in the inland lakes of this State.

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

SECTION 1. Hereafter it shall be lawful under the regula- Dog fish, etc., tions and restrictions in this act provided, to [to] take and j§tl3f§i_e‘°" remove with seines or nets, and destroy, in the inland lakes of this State, dog fish, carp, and garfish or bill fish.

SEC. 2. The State Game, Fish and Forestry Warden may, Removal of, in his discretion, cause to be taken or removed by seine or m' net, from any of the inland lakes of this State, and destroyed, all dog fish, carp, and gar-fish or bill fish: Provided, That Proviso, before such action is taken there shall be filed with the sn- pentmn‘ pervisor of the township in which such inland lake may be located a petition signed by at least fifteen residents of such township requesting the same, and it shall be the duty of such supervisor forthwith to forward said petition to the State Game, Fish and Forestry Warden: Provided fu/rther, Further That the State Game, Fish and Forestry Warden, or a State 3.331231, be deputy warden to be delegated by him, shall be present at the Presenttime and place of the taking, removing and destroying of the fish in this act provided and shall personally superintend the same. .

Approved April 18, 1911.

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AN ACT to amend section twenty-two of chapter three of act number one hundred sixty-four of the public acts of eighteen hundred eighty-one, entitled “An act to revise and consolidate the laws relating to public instruction and primary schools, and to repeal all statutes and acts contravening the provisions of this act,” being section four thousand six hundred eighty-seven of the Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, as last amended by act number thirty-six of the public acts of nineteen hundred five. . . l

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

SECTION 1. Section twenty-two of chapter three of act num- Secthined her one hundred sixty-four of the public acts of eighteen “men '

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Certain cities, how census taken.

hundred eighty-one, entitled “An act to revise and consolidate the laws relating to public instruction and primary schools, and to repeal all statutes and acts contravening the provisions of this act,” being section four thousand six hundred eighty-seven of the Compiled Laws of eighteen hundred ninety-seven, as last amended -by act number thirty-six of the public acts of nineteen hundred five, is hereby amended to read as follows:

Sec. 22. It shall be the duty of all school boards and boards of education in this State to make an annual school census in their respective districts or cities as is provided in this section:

First, In all school districts, except in incorporated cities having _a population of three thousand or over, within fifteen days next previous to the first day in June of each year, the director, or such other reputable and capable person or persons as the district board may appoint, shall take the school census of the district and make a list in writing of the names and ages of all the children who are five years of age, and under twenty years of age, whose parents or legal guardians reside therein, the names of said parents or guardians, giving street and residence number in villages and cities, in such form as the Superintendent of Public Instruction may prescribe, and said list shall be verified by the oath or affirmation of the person taking such census, by affidavit appended thereto or endorsed thereon, setting forth that the person or persons taking such census made a house to house canvass of the entire district or portion thereof canvassed by said enumerator and that it is a correct list of the names of all the children between the ages aforesaid residing in the district. Said affidavit may be made before the township clerk or other officer authorized by law to take acknowledgments; and said verified _census list shall be returned with the annual report of the director to the township clerk before the first Monday in August thereafter. The director, or other person employed by the board of education, may receive as compensation for taking said census, such sum as the school board may direct, not exceeding one hundred dollars;

Second, In all incorporated cities or special legislative dis~ tricts having a population of three thousand or over, within twenty days next previous to the first day in June of each year, the secretary of the board of education, or other reputable and capable person or persons employed by the board of education, shall take the school census of said city as follows:

(a) The census shall be taken and reported by wards;

(b) Each enumerator shall make a list in writing of the names and ages of all children who are five years of age and under twenty years of age, whose parents or legal guardians reside in the ward or portion of the ward allotted to said enumerator, together with the names of said parents or legal guardians, giving the street and residence number in each case, said list to be in such form as the Superintendent of Public Instruction may prescribe, and it shall be verified by the oath or affirmation of the person makingthe same, by affidavit appended thereto or indorsed thereon, setting forth that the person or persons taking such census made a house to house canvass of the entire ward or portion thereof canvassed by said enumerator and that it is a correct list of the parents or legal guardians, their street and residence number, the names and ages of all the children of the ages aforesaid residing in the ward or part thereof as allotted to him;

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Third, In- taking the census in any school district or city the director or enumerators shall not include in the census the names of any child or children in reformatories or prisons; nor the names of any child or children in asylums, almshouses, or other charitable institutions except as follows: . ‘

(a) Children in such institutions who regularly attend the public schools;

(b) Orphans whose parents at the time of death resided in such school district or city. Children of either class shall be included in the district or ward where such institution is located, except children in class (a) where the parents or either of them, reside in the city or district, and in such cases the legal residence of the child is that of the parent. Indian children shall not be included in any census, unless they attend the public schools, or their parents are liable to pay taxes‘in the district or city; Domestics, bell boys, and other servants, if entitled to be included in the census, must be recorded at the residence vof their parents or legal guardians.

Fourth, In cities having a population of three thousand or over, the secretary of the board of education and the several enumerators shall, immediately after the first day in June of each year, compare, correct and compile the entire census. The said secretary of the board of education shall then attach thereto his afiidavit that the several enumerators were duly employed by the board of education and that said census has been properly compared, corrected and compiled»; and forthwith, and before the second Monday in July thereafter, transmit to the Superintendent of Public Instruction the entire census, together with his affidavit and the affidavits of the several enumerators, and at the same time he .shall transmit to said Superintendent of Public Instruction the annual statistical and financial report of said cityor district.

Approved April.18-, 1911.

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