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To be incorpo rated in tax of 1891-2.

for maintenance of department of technology, one thousand five hundred dollars; for the enlargement of the chapel, two thousand dollars.

SEC. 3. That the Auditor General shall add to and incorporate with the State tax the above mentioned sums for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-one, sixty thousand five hundred dollars, and for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-two, fifty-six thousand dollars, to be assessed, levied and collected as any other State taxes are assessed, levied and collected, which sums, when collected, shall be passed to the credit of the general fund to reimburse it for the sums appropriated by sections one and two of this act.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 23, 1891.

[ No. 151. ] AN ACT to amend section sixty of act number two hun

dred and fifty-eight of the public acts of the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, entitled “An act to regulate and govern the State House of Correction and branch of the State Prison in the Upper Peninsula,” approved June twenty-seventh, one thousand eight hun

dred and eighty-seven. Section

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, amended,

That section sixty of act number two hundred and fifty-eight of the public acts of the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, entitled "An act to regulate and govern the State House of Correction and branch of the State Prison in the Upper Peninsula," approved June twentyseventh, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, be

and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Rules for admis- SEC. 60. It shall be lawful for the board to establish sion of visitors. uniform rules for the admission of visitors within the

prison, and they may prescribe a reasonable sum, not less

than twenty-five cents, to be charged each individual for Proviso. one admission: Provided, That no ticket of admission

shall be sold to any person known to have served a term in this or any other prison, or to any person intoxicated or under the influence of liquor, or disorderly person, or to any person known to the prison officials or in police circles as a "crook,” or prostitute. The warden shall procure suitable tickets, which shall be sold by the clerk, who shall keep an account of such sales and pay over the money received to the warden daily. The gate keeper at the prison entrance shall receive the tickets and shall

deliver them to the warden each day before the prison is Money received closed. It shall be the duty of the board to appropriate how disposed' of, annually out of fees received from visitors the sum of five hundred dollars for the purchase of books for said prison for the use of said convicts.

Approved June 23, 1891.

[ No. 152.* ]

Sections
amended,

be killed,

AN ACT to amend sections one, eight, nine, twelve and

fifteen of act number two hundred and seventy-six, of the public acts of eighteen hundred eighty-nine, entitled

An act for the protection of game.” SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That sections one, eight, nine, twelve and fifteen of act two hundred seventy-six, of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, entitled " An act for the protection of game,” be and the same are hereby amended so as to read as follows:

SECTION 1. No person or persons shall pursue or hunt When deer may or kill any deer in this State save only from the first day of November to the first day of December inclusive in each year: Provided, That in the Upper Peninsula deer may be Proviso as to killed between the fifteenth day of September and the Upper Peninsula fifteenth day of October, only, in each year.

SEC. 8. No person or persons shall kill or destroy by When wild turkany means whatever, or attempt to kill or destroy, any wild ey may be killed. turkey at any time except from the first day of November to the fifteenth day of December, inclusive, in each year.

SEC. 9. No person or persons shall kill or destroy, or when woodcock attempt to kill or destroy, any woodcock save only from the may be killed, fifteenth day of August to the fifteenth day of December in each year.

SEC. 12. No person or persons shall kill, capture or when ruffed destroy, or attempt to kill, capture or destroy, any ruffed Spouse etc, may grouse, sometimes called partridge, or pheasant, except from the first day of November to the fifteenth day of December, inclusive, in each year; [or] nor any colin or quail, sometimes called Virginia partridge, save only from the first day of November to the fifteenth day of December, inclusive, in each year: Provided, That in the Upper Peninsula, par- Proviso, tridge, or ruffed grouse, may be killed from the first day of October to the first day of January, inclusive, in each year.

SEC. 15. No person or persons, shall at any time make Use of swivel or use of any swivel or punt gun, sink boat or battery for the hunteun propurpose of killing or attempting to kill, any wild duck or other wild water fowl, nor shall any person or persons molest, harass or annoy, any game bird during the closed by any means whatever, nor shall any person or persons

be killed

* The difference between this and the next act relates to the time of killing deer, section one of this act being void, as explained by the following resolution:

Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That in the vol. ume of the public acts of 1891, an explanatory note be attached to the act which was passed by the Legislature as House file No. 428 stating that said bill was accidentally imperfect when presented to the Governor for his signature, and that the second act with the same title is the act legally enacted. Adopted June 25, 1891.-House Journal, page 2099. [See next act.]

hibited.

season

break, train or practice, any dog upon any game birds during the closed season.

Approved June 23, 1891.

[ No. 152.*

Sections amended.

ey may be killed,

AN ACT to amend sections one, eight, nine, twelve and

fifteen of act number two hundred and seventy-six, of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, entitled "An act for the protection of game SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That sections one, eight, nine, twelve and fifteen of act number two hundred and seventy-six, of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, entitled “ An act for the protection of game,” be and the same are hereby amended so as to

read as follows: When deer may SECTION 1. No person or persons shall pursue, hunt or be killed.

kill any deer in this State save only from the fifth day of

November to the twenty-fifth day of November in each Proviso as to year: Provided, That in the Upper Peninsula deer may be Upper Peninsula. killed between the twenty-fifth day of September and the

twenty-fifth day of October [only] in each year. When wild turk- SEC. 8. No person or persons shall kill or destroy, by

any means whatever, or attempt to kill or destroy, any wild turkey at any time except from the first day of November

to the fifteenth day of December, inclusive, in each year. When woodcock SEC. 9. No person or persons shall kill or destroy, or may be killed.

attempt to kill or destroy, any woodcock save only from the fifteenth day of August to the fifteenth day of December in each year.

SEC. 12. No person or persons shall kill, capture or be killed, destroy, or attempt to kill, capture or destroy, any ruffed

grouse, sometimes called partridge, or pheasant, except from the first day of November to the fifteenth day of December, inclusive, in each year; or any colin or quail, sometimes called Virginia partridge, save only from the first day of November to the fifteenth day of December, inclusive, in each year: Provided, That in the Upper Peninsula, partridge, or ruffed grouse, may be killed from the first day of

October to the first day of January, inclusive, in each year. Use of swivel or Sec. 15.

No person

or persons shall at any time make use of any swivel or punt gun, sink boat or battery for the purpose of killing, or attempting to kill, any wild duck or other wild water fowl, nor shall any person or persons molest, harass or annoy, any game bird during the closed season by any means whatever, nor shall any person or persons break, train or practice, any dog upon any game birds during the closed season.

Approved June 26, 1891.

When ruffed grouse, etc, may

Proviso.

punt gun prohibited.

*See note to previous act.

of association,

as

[ No. 153. ] AN ACT to provide for the incorporation of subordinate

camps of the Sons of Veterans. SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, May Incorporato. That any subordinate camp of the Sons of Veterans of the division of Michigan may be incorporated according to the provisions of this act.

SEC. 2. When any such subordinate camp by a two- To make articles thirds vote of the members present at any regular meeting shall resolve to become incorporated, the captain, first lieutenant, second lieutenant and first sergeant of such camp may make and execute under their hands and seals, articles of association which shall be acknowledged before some officer authorized by law to take acknowledgments of deeds, Contents of. and shall set forth:

First, The names of the officers above mentioned and their officers, etc. places of residence;

Second, The corporate name by which such association shall Name. be known in law;

Third, The object and purposes of such association, which object, etc. shall be to promote the general welfare of the order known as the Sons of Veterans a social, patriotic and fraternal organization, and the period for which it is incorporated, which shall not exceed thirty years.

SEC. 3. A copy of such articles of association shall be articles to be filed with the Secretary of State and with the clerk of the county in which such camp is located, and thereupon the persons who shall have signed such articles of association, their associates and successors shall be a body politic and corporate and by the name expressed in such articles of association and by that name they and their successors shall have succession and shall be persons in law capable to purchase, take, receive, hold and enjoy to them and their successors, estates real and personal; of suing and being sued and to have a common seal, which may be altered and changed at pleasure: Provided, That the amount of the Proviso as to real and personal estate shall not exceed in value ten thousand dollars, and that they and their successors shall have power to give, grant, sell, lease, demise and dispose of said real and personal estate or any part thereof at their will and pleasure and the proceeds, rents and income to be disposed of in acoordance with the direction of the camp by a two-thirds vote of all members in good standing at any regular meeting, previous notice having been given by personal or public notice of the intention of such camp to sell or dispose of any such real or personal property, or of any rights that they may have in and thereto. Said corporation shall have full power to make and estab- May make rules, lish rules and by-laws for regulating and governing all the affairs and business of said corporation not repugnant to

,

property.

etc.

ete.

the laws of this State or of the United States, and to

designate, elect or appoint from its members such officers Copy of record under such name and style as shall be in accordance with to be evidence, the rules and regulations thus adopted.

SEC. 4. A copy of the record of such articles of association under the seal of the State duly certified by the Sec

retary of State shall be received as prima facie evidence Subject to gen- in all courts of this State, of the existence and due organ

ization of such corporation.

SEC. 5. All corporations formed under this act shall be subject to the provisions of chapter one hundred and ninetyone of Howell's Annotated Statutes so far as the same may be_applicable to corporations formed under this act.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved June 24, 1891.

eral law.

[ No. 154. ]

AN ACT to amend section ten of chapter three hundred

and forty-two of Howell's Annotated Statutes of Michigan, as amended by act number one hundred and seventytwo of the session laws of one thousand eight hundred

and eighty-five, relative to the Reform School. Section

Section 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, amended.

That section ten of chapter three hundred and forty-two of Howell's Annotated Statutes of Michigan, as amended by act number one hundred and seventy-two of the session laws of one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, relative to the Reform School, be and the same is hereby amended

so as to read as follows: Age of those com- SEC. 10. Every male person under the age of sixteen ,

years and over the age of twelve years, who shall be convicted before any court or magistrate of competent jurisdiction, for any offense punishable by law by fine or imprisonment, or both, and who in the opinion of the court

or magistrate, would be a fit subject for commitment to the Certain offenders Reform School, except in cases of offenses punishable by excepted.

law by imprisonment for life, may be sentenced by such court or magistrate to the Reform School until he shall reach

the age of seventeen years, or until discharged by law, and Certificate of age, such court or magistrate shall certify to the superintendent

of said Reform School the age of all persons committed, as near as can be ascertained, with cause of commitment,

embracing all important facts connected therewith: Provided, Proviso as to age, That no person under the age of twelve years shall be sen

tenced to the Reform School as a juvenile disorderly person, Proviso as to ap- or as a truant and disorderly person: Provided further, That

all judgments and commitments, rendered and made under tence by circuit or probate fudge. this act, by police courts and justices of the peace shall,

etc.

etc.

proval of sen

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