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Shall hold office subject to the provisions of this act.
Duty of, etc.
[ No. 96. ] AN ACT to provide for the appointment, fix the compensa
tion and prescribe the duties of the stenographer of the circuit courts of the counties of Iosco, Ogemaw, Alcona, Crawford and Oscoda, now composing the twenty-third judicial circuit. SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That from and after the passage of this act the stenographer of the circuit courts of the counties of Iosco, Ogemaw, Alcona, Crawford and Oscoda, now composing the twenty
third judicial circuit, shall hold his office under and subject Appointment of to the provisions of this act. He shall be appointed by the
Governor upon the nomination of the judge thereof, and hold his office during good behavior, except that the court may suspend him for incompetency or misconduct, and in case such suspension is not rescinded within thirty days the office shall be deemed vacant.
SEC. 2. Said stenographer shall have power to appoint deputies, etc.
one or more deputies, subject to the approval of the court, whose compensation shall be paid by the stenographer: Provided, The stenographer shall have the power to revoke said appointment at any time with the consent of the court.
SEC. 3. Said stenographer shall be deemed an officer of the court, and it shall be his duty to attend said court at each term and take full stenographic minutes of the testimony and proceedings upon the trial of each issue of fact
tried before the court or jury at law or in chancery, and as Compensation. compensation for such services he shall receive the sum of
eighteen hundred dollars per annum, which said sum shall be paid in quarterly installments out of the county treasuries of the counties aforesaid. The amount to be paid by each of said counties shall be determined upon the basis of the number of suits entered and commenced in the circuit
courts of the said counties respectively, the preceding year; Judge to appor. and on the first of January of each year, or as soon there
after as may be, it shall be the duty of the judge of said courts to apportion the amount of such salary to be paid by each county respectively, upon the basis aforesaid, and to notify the treasurer of each county thereof; and when so notified, the treasurer of each of said counties shall thereafter, until a new apportionment of salary is made, pay in quarterly installments, the annual salary of said stenographer, in accordance with the said apportionment and notification of said circuit judge; and the receipt of said stenographer shall be a sufficient voucher for each of the county
treasurers aforesaid. Transcript to be SEC. 4. In case counsel for either party shall desire a
transcript of the testimony or proceedings contained in said stenographer's notes, it shall be the stenographer's duty to furnish the same, and he shall be entitled to demand and receive for making such transcript the sum of eight cents
Amount to be paid by each county.
per folio for the first copy and ten cents for two copies, and in case it shall be necessary to procure a transcript of said stenographer's notes of the testimony and proceedings in any case at law or in chancery in order to remove such cause to the Supreme Court, and the circuit judge shall so certify, then the amount of the stenographer's fees may be taxed, if the appellant shall prevail in the Supreme Court, as a proper disbursement, and each such transcript may be used by the opposite party in proposing amendments to the record.
SEC. 5. Each and every issue of fact shall be taxed three Cases to be dollars to be paid by the parties to the suit, in equal proportions before the taking of testimony is commenced, into the hands of the clerk of the court, and by him to be paid into the hands of the county treasurer, to apply upon the payment of the salary of said stenographer herein before provided, and the prevailing party shall have the amount so paid by him taxed in his costs as a proper disbursement.
SEC. 6. Before entering upon the duties of his office Official oath, under this act, such stenographer shall take and subscribe the official oath provided by the constitution, which shall be administered by the presiding judge, and shall be filed in the office of the county clerk in each county respectively composing said circuit, and any deputy appointed by said stenographer shall take and subscribe the oath in the same manner.
SEC. 7. The stenographer or assistant stenographer who Notes, etc., shall take the notes on the trial or hearing of any case, etc. shall prefix to his notes of the testimony of each witness the full name of said witness and the date the testimony was taken, and at the conclusion of the trial of said cause he shall securely bind or attach together all the notes taken in said cause and [properly ) property entitle them upon the outside, and safely keep the same in his office as part of the files in the case and subject to inspection as other records in said case; and in case of the death, removal or resignation of said stenographer said notes shall be transferred to the county clerk's office of the county where such notes were taken and there kept subject to the direction of the circuit court for said county,
SEC. 8. In cases tried in the said courts where said stenog- Charge need not rapher shall be engaged, it shall not be necessary for the be in writing. charge of the court to be in writing, as provided by an act entitled "An act to declare and establish the practice of charging and instructing juries and settling the law in cases tried in the circuit courts," approved March twenty-five, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine.
Sec. 9. All acts or parts of acts contravening the provis- Repealing ions of this act shall be construed as void and of no effect clause. as applied to the counties in the twenty-third judicial circuit.
This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
[ No. 97. ]
AN ACT to amend section eight of chapter one hundred and
nineteen of the compiled laws of one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one, being compiler's section four thousand four hundred and eighty-eight of Howell's Annotated Statutes, relative to authorizing the incorporation of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That section eight of chapter one hundred and nineteen of the compiled laws of one thousand eight hundred and seventyone being compiler's section four thousand four hundred and eighty-eight of Howell's Annotated Statutes, relative to authorizing the incorporation of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
SEC. 8. Any grand encampment or grand canton of the mands, encamp Independent Order of Odd Fellows of the State of Michigan, etc.
and any subordinate encampment or canton thereof, having been duly chartered, may be incorporated in like manner as grand and subordinate lodges of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and enjoy the same powers, privileges and benefits under the provisions of this act.
Approved May 26, 1891.
[ No. 98. ]
AN ACT to amend sections one, seven and nine of act
number one hundred forty, laws of eighteen hundred eighty-three, entitled “An act to regulate the practice of dentistry in the State of Michigan," and to add two new sections thereto to stand as sections thirteen and fourteen of said act.
SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That sections one, seven and nine of act number one hundred forty of the laws of eighteen hundred eighty-three, be and the same are hereby amended, and two sections be and
are hereby added to said act to stand as sections thirteen and fourteen, so that said sections one, seven, nine, thirteen and fourteen shall read as follows:
SECTION 1. It shall hereafter be unlawful for any person to practice dentistry in this State, unless such person has received a diploma from the faculty of a reputable dental college, duly incorporated under the laws of this, or some other State of the United States, with a course of instruction and practice fully equal or equivalent to that of the college of dental surgery of the University of Michigan, or
Practice of dentistry unlawful without diploma, etc.
bers of, etc.
list of persons
a certificate of qualification from the board of examiners
SEC. 7. Any member of said board of examiners may, Granting of when the board is not in session, examine applicants, and licenses by memin case any applicant is found competent, grant a license to him to practice dentistry in this State until the next meeting of said board, and no longer. Each applicant so examined shall pay the sum of three dollars: Provided, Proviso. That no member of [the] said board shall grant a license to one who has been rejected on examination by the board.
SEC. 9. Each applicant for examination by the board Fee for license. shall pay into the treasury of the board the sum of ten dollars, which shall constitute a fund to defray the expenses of the board; and each member of the board shall receive Compensation
of board. therefrom the sum of three dollars per day for services rendered as such examiner. The said board shall keep a Board to keep list of the names of all persons to whom licenses have been licensed. granted under the provisions of this act, and also of all persons practicing dentistry is this State in a book provided for that purpose, with the names arranged in alphabetical order.
SEC. 13. For the purposes of instruction students may students may be be employed to assist in dental offices, and in the college employed, etc. of dental surgery of the University of Michigan, under the immediate observation and advice of the legal proprietors and professors thereof, but no person not legally qualified and registered under this act shall assume the charge and management of any dental office, or the responsibility of deciding upon or the doing of dentistry at any private residence or elsewhere.
SEC. 14. All persons not now registered, who desire to Dentists must practice dentistry in this State, shall apply to the secretary of the board [for] of registration. Each person seeking regis- When afidavit tration by virtue of a diploma shall send an affidavit to the secretary of the board, setting forth his name, place of business, postoffice address, the date of his graduation, and the name of the dental school from which graduated, and a registration fee of three dollars. All applicants found qualified under this act shall be properly and promptly registered by the secretary of the board.
Approved May 26, 1891.
[ No. 99. ]
AN ACT for the protection of fish in the lakes known as
Eagle lake in the townships of Bloomingdale and Cheshire in the counties of Van Buren and Allegan, and the lakes known as Pugsley's lake and Four-mile lake in the town
ship of Paw Paw, in the county of Van Buren for a period
of ten years.
Unlawful to fish in certain manner.
SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That it shall not be lawful to catch, kill or destroy fish with seines or with any species of continuous net or with any form of spears or with any description of fire-arms or other explosives in the inland lakes known as Eagle lake in the townships of Bloomingdale and Cheshire, in the counties of Van Buren and Allegan and Pugsley's lake and Four-mile lake, in the township of Paw Paw, county of Van Buren, for a period of ten years from and after the passage of this act.
Sec. 2. Any person or persons offending against any of the provisions of this act shall, upon conviction thereof, before any court of competent jurisdiction, be liable to a fine of not less than five nor more than one hundred dollars, or to imprisonment in the county jail not less than five nor more than sixty days, or both, at the discretion of the court.
Approved May 26, 1891.
[ No. 100. ]
AN ACT making appropriations for the State Industrial
Home for Girls, for the years eighteen hundred and ninety-one and eighteen hundred and ninety-two.
SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That there be and is hereby appropriated from the general fund the sum of thirty-five thousand dollars to meet the current expenses of the State Industrial Home for Girls, for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-one, and the further sum of thirty-five thousand dollars for a like purpose, for such State institution for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-two.
SEC. 2. The further sum of ten thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars is appropriated for the following purposes, for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-one, viz.: For a new school house, ten thousand dollars; for device for locking rooms and for fire escapes at Palmer cottage, three hundred and thirteen dollars; for two wells and necessary extension of well house, three hundred dollars; for one pair of twenty-two feet scales set in position ready for use, one hundred and forty-seven dollars.
SEC. 3. The Auditor General shall add to and incorporate in the State tax for the years of eighteen hundred and ninety-one and eighteen hundred and ninety-two the amounts appropriated in sections one and two of this act, for each of such years as are provided in said sections, to be assessed, levied and collected as other State taxes are
To be incorporated in tax of 1891-2,