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thereafter to properly index and file such shorthand notes of the testimony and proceedings so taken in the same manner as is required to be done in the case of shorthand notes taken in the circuit court.

Sec. 2. It shall also be the duty of said stenographer to To furnish furnish in the case of criminal examinations before justices or notes. magistrates, two typewritten copies of his notes so taken in each criminal examination before such justice, one copy thereof to the prosecuting attorney and one copy to be filed with the justice or magistrate to be returned to the circuit court; also to furnish, in the case of proceedings before the grand jury, to the prosecuting attorney, a copy of the whole or any part of such testimony or proceedings as may be given before said grand jury at any time when he may request the same; and it shall not be unlawful for said stenographer to so furnish a transcript of his notes taken before the grand jury to the prosecuting attorney when so requested as herein provided; it shall also be the duty of said stenographer to furnish to any person who may request or require the same, except in the case of proceedings before the grand jury (which may be furnished to the prosecuting attorney as herein provided) one or more typewritten copies of the whole or any part of the stenographic notes of any proceedings reported by him as herein privided upon payment to said stenographer at the rate of eight cents per folio for each folio of matter so furnished; and whenever said stenographer shall furnish to the prosecuting attorney, judge of probate, magistrate or circuit judge, for the use of the county a transcript of all or any part of his notes taken as herein provided, he shall be entitled to receive for the same from the county of Ingham not to exceed eight cents per folio.

Said stenographer shall receive for attending and Compensareporting the proceedings hereinbefore mentioned the sum of five dollars per diem to be paid by the county of Ingham.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 18, 1903.

tion.

[No. 548.]

AN ACT to provide for a division and apportionment of all

of the real and personal property and credits within the territory of the former township of Hillman, in Montmorency county, belonging to the Union School District of the township of Hillman, between the said township of Hillman and the township of Avery, in Montmorency county.

The People of the State of Michigan enact: SECTION 1. All of the real and personal property and credits Property, how within the territory of the former township of Hillman, in Montmorency county, belonging to the Union School District

divided.

board to divide.

Law govern. ing.

of the township of Hillman, shall be divided and apportioned between the said township of Hillman and the township of

Avery. Township

Sec. 2. The township boards of the said townships of Avery and Hillman shall have the power and it shall be their duty to, as soon as may be divide and apportion the said property of the said Union School District of the township of Hillman between the said township of Avery and the said township of Hillman.

Sec. 3. The rule of division and apportionment upon which the said property shall be divided and apportioned by the said township boards shall be the same as is now provided in compiler's section two thousand four hundred nine of the Com

piled Laws of Michigan of eighteen hundred ninety-seven. Debts, how

Sec. 4. The debts of the said Union School District of the apportioned township of Hillman shall be apportioned in the same manner

as the personal property of said district; and each township shall thereafter be charged with, and pay its share of the

debts, according to such apportionment. Meeting of Sec. 5. A meeting of the township boards of the two townboard, how

ships may be called by either of the supervisors of such towncalled.

ships for the purpose of making such division and apportionment, by giving six days notice in writing to all of the members of such township boards, of the time and place at which such meeting is to be held..

SEC. 6. In case the township boards of said townships, shall disagree.

neglect or refuse to meet as provided in the preceding sections.
or having met shall refuse or neglect to arrive at a settlement
of the matters and things by making a division and apportion-
ment, as herein provided, the township whose board shall so
neglect or refuse shall be liable to an action for an accounting
and settlement in a suit in chancery, in accordance with the
practice therein in the same manner and to the same effect as
may be had between individuals or corporations, and all of the
provisions of law relative to settlements between townships on
divisions thereof, shall be applicable hereto, so far as the same
can apply: Provided, That in case of a suit in chancery for
an accounting, as herein provided, the complainant and de-
fendant shall be the said townships, only.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 18, 1903.

Proceedings
in case boards

Proviso.

CERTIFICATE.

MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF STATE

LANSING.

I, Fred M. Warner, Secretary of State of the State of Michigan, do hereby certify that the date of the final adjournment of the Legislature of one thousand nine hundred three was on the eighteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred three.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and

caused the great seal of the State of Michigan to be (L. S.] affixed this first day of July, A. D. one thousand nine hundred three.

FRED M. WARNER,

Secretary of State.

APPENDIX

CONTAINING

Certified Statements of Boards of Supervisors

RELATIVE TO THE

ERECTION AND CHANGE OF BOUNDARIES OF TOWNSHIPS.

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