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versity,” being section three hundred and six of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number one hundred and ten of eighteen hundred and Act No. 110 of seventy-seven, entitled "An act providing for the transfer of unexpended balances of appropriations,” being sections three hundred and fifty-nine and three hundred and sixty of Howell's annotated statutes. Joint resolution number three of eighteen hundred and sev- Joint resolu

tion No. 3 of enty-seven, entitled "Joint resolution to provide for a revision 1897. of the system of keeping State accounts," being section three hundred and seventy-three of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number one hundred and twenty-two of eighteen hun- Act No. 122 of dred and sixty-one, entitled "An act to provide for the redemption of the bonds of the State maturing January first, eighteen hurdred and sixty-three," being sections three hundred and seventy-four to three hundred and eighty-one inclusive of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number eighty-five of eighteen hundred and sixty-five, No. 86 of 1865. entitled "An act authorizing a war bounty loan," being sections three hundred and eighty-two to three hundred and eighty-six inclusive of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number two hundred and ninety-five of eighteen hun- No. 295 of[1865. dred and sixty-five, entitled "An act to authorize a war bounty loan," being sections three hundred and eighty-seven to three hundred and ninety-two inclusive of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number fifty-three of eighteen hundred and forty-three, No. 53 of 1843., entitled “An act in relation to the payment of interest on certain State stocks,” being section three hundred and ninetythree of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number seven of eighteen hundred and seventy-two, No. 7 of 1872. entitled "An act to provide for the payment of the interest of the State debt," being section three hundred and ninetyfour of Howell's annotated statutes.

Sections one and two of act number one hundred and five Sections 1 and of eighteen hundred and fifty-five, entitled "An act relative of 1855. to the disposition of the surplus funds in the State treasury," being sections three hundred and ninety-six and three hundred and ninety-seven of Howell's annotated statutes. Joint resolution number seven of eighteen hundred and Joint resolu:

tionNo. 7 of sixty-nine, entitled “Joint resolution to provide for applying 1869. the surplus funds in the State treasury in payment of the irterest bearing bonds of this State,” being section four hundred and one of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number one hundred and ninety-nine of eighteen hun- Act No. 199 of dred and eighty-five, entitled “An act to authorize the enlisting, organization, equipping and mustering into the State service of military companies at Menominee, Muskegon, Detroit, Jackson, Grand Rapids and Houghton, in the State of Michigan, to be attached to the regiments of the State

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No. 83 of 1889.

No. 229 of 1881.

troops,” being sections nine hundred and seventy-six a-b-c of

Howell's annotated statutes. Joint resolu- Joint resolution number fifteen of eighteen hundred and tion No. 15 of 1885

eighty-five, entitled “Joint resolution to provide for alphabet. ically indexing the names of all soldiers from this State in the late war, found upon the records of the Adjutant Gen. eral's office," being section nine hundred and ninety-three k of

Howell's annotated statutes. Act No. 282 of Act number two hundred and eighty-two of eighteen hun. 1887.

dren and eighty-seven, entitled "An act to provide for the publication of the names and postoffice addresses of ex-soldiers, sailors and marines living in the State of Michigan and to make an appropriation therefor," being sections nine hundred and ninety-three l-r inclusive of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number eighty-three of eighteen hundred and eighty. nine, entitled “An act to provide for the apportionment of State taxes charged to Ontonagon county for the years eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine and eighteen hundred and ninety, between the counties of Ontonagon and Gogebic, and to provide for the assessment, levy and collection of the same,” being sections one thousand one hundred and seventy 1 3-6 inclusive of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number two hundred and twenty-nine of eighteen hundred and eighty-one, entitled “An act to provide for the sale of State tax lands," and act seven of eighteen hundred and eighty-two amendatory thereof, being sections one thousand one hundred and seventy-two, one thousand one hundred and seventy-three, one thousand one hundred and seventy-three

a-d inclusive of Howell's annotated statutes. No. 225 of 1881. Act number two hundred and twenty-five of eighteen hun

dred and eighty-one, entitled "An act to provide for the location, establishment and organization of an additional asylum for the insane," being sections one thousand nine hundred and thirty-one to one thousand nine hundred and forty-three

inclusive of Howell's annotated statutes. No. 233 of 1879. Act number two hundred and thirty-three of eighteen hun

dred and seventy-nine, entitled "An act to provide for the killing of elk in the State of Michigan," being section two thousand two hundred and twenty of Howell's annotated

statutes. No. 115 of 1851. Act number one hundred and fifteen of eighteen hundred

and fifty-one, entitled "An act to provide for publishing the annual report of the Michigan State Agricultural Society," being section two thousand two hundred and ninety-five of

Howell's annotated statutes. No. 93 of 1853. Act number ninety-three of eighteen hundred and fifty

three, entitled "An act making an appropriation to aid the Michigan State Agricultural Society and to provide for pub

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lisbing the annual reports of said society," being section two thousand two hundred and ninety-six of Howell's annotated statutes.

Joint resolution number fifteen of eighteen hundred and Joint resolufifty, entitled "Joint resolution relative to furnishing certain 1850. laws, journals and documents to the Michigan State Agricul. tural Society for the use of a library," being section two thousand two hundred and ninety-seven of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number thirty-one of eighteen hundred and sixty-five, Act No. 31 of entitled "An act to authorize the State Treasurer to burn and destroy the notes of the late government stock bank of Ann Arbor, now remaining in his office, and the notes of other banks in like condition," being section three thousand two hundred and nine of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number one hundred and thirty-three of eighteen hun. No. 133 of 1855. dred and fifty-five, entitled "An act to authorize the formation of corporations for building and leasing houses and other tenements," being sections three thousand nine hundred and eighty-two and three thousand nine hundred and eighty-three of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number forty-one of eighteen hundred and fifty-three, No. 41 of 1853. entitled “An act to authorize the formation of corporations for mining, smelting or manufacturing iron, copper, mineral coal, silver or other ores or minerals and for other manufacturing purposes,” being sections four thousand one to four thousand twenty-eight of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number nineteen of eighteen hundred and eighty-five, No. 19 of 1886. entitled "An act supplementary to an act entitled 'An act to authorize the formation of corporations for mining, smelting or manufacturing iron, copper, mineral coal, silver or other ores or minerals, and for other manufacturing purposes,' approved February fifth, eighteen hundred and fifty-three," being sections four thousand twenty-nine to four thousand thirty-four inclusive of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number one hundred forty-two of eighteen hundred and No. 142 of 1878. seventy-three, entitled "An act to relieve mining corporations and their officers in the upper peninsula, who have failed to make their reports and returns as required by law," being sertion four thousand seventy-five of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number one hundred and four of eighteen hundred and No. 104 of 1867. sixty-seven, entitled “An act to authorize the formation of corporations for manufacturing cheese and other products from milk," being sections four thousand one hundred and sixty-five to four thousand one hundred and sixty-seven inclusive of Howell's annotated statutes.

Act number forty-three of eighteen hundred and sixty- No. 43 of 1867. seven, entitled "An act to provide for establishing health institutions,” being sections four thousand eight hundred to

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four thousand eight hundred and two inclusive of Howell's

annotated statutes. No. 239 of 1887. Act number two hundred and thirty-nine of eighteen hun

dred and eighty-seven, entitled "An act making an appropriation for the erection and equipment of a suitable building for the use of the Mining School at Houghton, in the upper peninsula of Michigan, including all permanent fixtures, heating and lighting apparatus, etc.," being sections five thousand

twenty-five l-w of Howell's annotated statutes. No. 144 of 1883. Act number one hundred and forty-four of eighteen hun

dred and eighty-three, entitled “An act to provide for the compulsory education of children in certain cases," being sections five thousand one hundred and seventy-four g-m inclusive of

Howell's annotated statutes. No. 108 of 1885. Act number one hundred and eight of eighteen hundred and

eighty-five, entitled “An act to provide for the compulsory reformatory education of juvenile disorderly persons," being sections five thousand one hundred and seventy-four n-u inclu

sive of Howell's annotated statutes. Joint resolu- Joint resolution number twenty-three of eighteen hundred tion No. 23 of 1847.

and forty-seven, entitled “ Joint resolution in relation to bonds and mortgages given to secure loans from the University and school funds," being section five thousand three hundred and fifty-nine of Howell's annotated statutes.

Joint resolution number twenty-eight of eighteen hundred tion No. 28 of

and sixty-seven, entitled “ Joint resolution relative to the location and sale of the lands donated to the State of Michigan for the endowment of colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts," being section five thousand three hundred

and seventy-nine of Howell's annotated statutes. Joint resolu- Joint resolution number twenty-eight of eighteen hundred tion No. 28 of

and seventy-nine, entitled “ Joint resolution authorizing and instructing the agricultural land grant board to adjust certain alleged irregular sales of agricultural college lands,” being section five thousand three hundred and eighty of Howell's

annotated statutes. Act No. 137 of Act number one hundred and thirty-seven of eighteen hun.

Gred and ninety-five, entitled "An act to amend section one of act number two hundred and four, session laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, entitled 'An act to authorize the township board of any township in the upper peninsula to license hawkers, peddlers and pawnbrokers, and hawking and peddling, and to regulate the license and sale or peddling of goods, wares, merchandise, refreshments or any kind of propeity or thing by persons going about from place to place in the township for that purpose, or from any stand, cart, vehicle or other device in the streets, highways or in or upon any wharves, docks, open places or spaces, public grounds or buildings in the township, and to provide a forfeiture for every person who, without license, or contrary to the terms of any

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license granted to him, shall exercise any occupation or trade, or do anything in respect to which any license shall be required, by any resolution or regulation of the township board made or passed under authority of this act;' and to repeal section six of chapter twenty-one of the revised statutes of eighteen hundred and forty-six, as amended by the several acts amendatory thereof, being sections one thousand two hundred and fifty-seven to one thousand two hundred and sixty-six inclusive of Howell's annotated statutes."

Act number one hundred and eighty-eight of eighteen hun- No. 188 of 1895. dred and ninety-five, entitled “An act to amend section one of act number one hundred and forty-four of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, entitled 'An act to provide for the adoption and change of name of minors, and for making them heirs at law of the person or persons adopting them,” the same being compiler's section number six thousand three hundred and seventy-nine a of third Howell's annotated statutes: Provided, however, That, notwithstanding the Proviso. repeal of the above mentioned acts, all rights of whatever nature, whether of incorporation, existence, franchise, property or action now existing, are expressly preserved, and the above mentioned acts, for the enjoyment and enforcement of any such rights, shall be deemed to be still in force, but for no other purpose whatsoever.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 2, 1897.

[ No. 253. ]

AN ACT to provide for the incorporation of commercial, mer

cantile, collection and reporting agencies.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That Who may in

corporate any three or more persons, residents of this State, desiring to become incorporated for the purpose of collecting, compiling and preserving reports and information concerning the financial standing, reputation and responsibility of individuals, firms or corporations; and for the further purpose of fur. nishing and selling such reports to members of and subscribers to such corporation or to other persons, firms or corporations; and for the further purpose of collecting accounts, claims and demands for their members, subscribers and such other individuals, firms and corporations as may desire or require their services, who shall comply with the provisions of this act, shall

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