Journal, Volume 2

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John S. Bagg, printer to the Legislature, 1877 - Legislative journals
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Page 878 - The governor shall receive an annual salary of four thousand dollars; the judges of the circuit court shall each receive an annual salary of two thousand five hundred dollars; the state treasurer shall receive an annual salary of one thousand dollars; the superintendent of public instruction shall receive an annual salary of one thousand dollars ; the secretary of state shall receive an annual salary of eight hundred dollars; the commissioner of the land office shall receive an annual salary of eight...
Page 1097 - SECTION 1. The legislative power is vested in a senate and house of representatives. SEC. 2. The senate shall consist of thirtytwo members. Senators shall be elected for two years and by single districts. Such districts shall be numbered from one to thirtytwo inclusive, each of which shall choose one senator. No county shall be divided in the formation of senate districts, except such county shall be equitably entitled to two or more senators.
Page 1288 - State, there shall be paid annually the following tax upon the business of manufacturing, selling or keeping for sale by all persons whose business, in whole or in part, consists in selling or keeping for sale, or manufacturing distilled or brewed or malt liquors or mixed liquors, as follows...
Page 861 - ... of sheriffs and constables in regard to persons charged with crimes in doing so, until such officer may be obtained to take charge of the offender, to whom he shall be delivered, with such statement made by the conductor, and such officer shall take the person so offending into custody, and it shall be his duty to...
Page 1374 - An act to define the powers and duties of the boards of supervisors of the several counties, and to confer upon them certain local, administrative and legislative powers; and to prescribe penalties for the violation of the provisions of this act,
Page 861 - Any person who shall unlawfully and intentionally injure, molest or destroy any of said lines, posts, piers or abutments, or the materials or property belonging thereto, shall, on conviction thereof, be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and be punished by a fine not exceeding...
Page 1285 - An act to revise and amend sections 6, 11, 13, 19, and 21 of an act entitled 'An act to provide for a municipal court in the city of Grand Rapids, to be called "The Superior Court of Grand Rapids,"
Page 1170 - To take, transport, carry, and convey persons and property on their said road, by the force and power of steam, animals, or any mechanical power, or by any combination of them, and to receive tolls and compensation therefor: Provided, That in transporting freight by the car loaded by the shipper, and unloaded by the consignee, no railroad company shall charge for transporting each of such cars more than eight dollars for any distance not exceeding ten miles, nor more than fifty cents per mile for...
Page 1220 - An Act authorizing the formation of partnership associations in which the. capital subscribed shall alone be responsible for the debts of the association, except under certain circumstances.
Page 1298 - Wayne, the board of county auditors, shall have the exclusive power to prescribe and fix the compensation for all services rendered for, and to adjust all claims against, their respective counties ; and the sum so fixed or defined shall be subject to no appeal.

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