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ities of the former corporation shall be deemed to be the debts and liabilities of the new corporation, and all taxes levied and uncollected at the time of such change shall be collected the same as if such change had not been made: Provided, That when a different remedy is given in this Proviso when act, which can be made applicable to any rights existing is here given. at the time of the incorporation of the village under or subject to this act, the same shall be deemed cumulative to the remedies before provided, and may be used accordingly.

SEC. 9. All the officers in any such village, elected or Present oficers appointed under the provisions of the former act of incor. to serve term, poration of such village, and in office at the time this act shall take effect, shall continue to exercise their respective functions under the provisions of this act of reincorporation for the full term for which they were so elected or appointed, and until their successors shall have qualified and entered upon the duties of their offices, unless herein otherwise provided for.

SEC. 10. The by-laws and ordinances of any such vil. By-Laws to rolage, and the rules and regulations of the council and of mato in force, any board of such village heretofore in force and not inconsistent with this act, shall remain in force after the passage of this act, and are hereby declared to be re-enacted, by virtue of and under the powers conferred by this act, until altered, amended or repealed by the council or board as the case may be.

Sec. 11. In cases where a special assessment has been special assessmade by authority of and confirmed by the council of any collectora. such village, and the same, or some part thereof, shall not bave been collected when this act shall take effect, such village, as hereby reincorporated, shall have authority to euforce the payment thereof, and the same proceedings may be had therefor as are provided in this act.

SEC. 12. All licenses granted by any such village under Licenses former. its former act of incorporation shall be and remain in full hovorkended not force and virtue until the expiration of the time for which they were granted.

Sec. 13. The first election of officers for any such vil. First election, lage reincorporated under the provisions of this act shall when to be held. be held on the second Monday in March, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five, and notice thereof and of the officers to be elected thereat shall be given and the election held and conducted, the votes canvassed, the result determined, and notice given to persons elected, in the same manner and within the same time as herein provided.

SEC. 14. All process against any village incorporated under Process against or made subject to tbe provisions of this act, shall run against corporato name, the village in the corporate name thereof, and may be served by leaving a certified copy with the president or clerk, at such time and manner as may be provided by law.

Sec. 15. No lands or premises shall bereafter be laid out, Plats to be apdivided and platted into lots, streets, and alloys, within any ot. such village, except by permission and approval of the coun

proved by coun.

Ropeallng clause.

cil by resolution passed for that purpose; nor until the proprietor sball file with the village clerk & correct survey, plan, and map of such grounds and the subdivisions thereof, platted and subdivided as approved by the council, and made to their satisfaction; showing also the relative posi. tion and location of such lots, streets, and alloys with respect to the adjacent lots and streets of the village; nor shall any such plat and dedication of the streets and public grounds thereon be recorded in the office of register of deeds of the county in which such village is located until a certificate bas been endorsed thereon by the village clerk, under the seal of the village, showing that such plat and dedication has been approved by the council; nor shall the village, by reason of such approval, be responsible for the improvement, care, and repairs of such streets and alloys except. ing such as the council shall accept and confirm by ordinance or resolution.

SEC. 16. Act number sixty-two of the public acts of the State of Michigan of the year A. D. one thousand eight hundred seventy-five, being chapter eighty-one of Howell's annotated statutes, and all subsequent amendments thereto;

Act number one bundred sixty-eight of the session laws of the State of Michigan of the year A. D. one thousand, eight hundred fifty-seven, being chapter eighty-two of Howells' annotated statutes and all subsequent amendments thereto;

Act number ninety-two of the public acts of the State of Micbigan of the year A. D. one thousand eight hundred seventy-five, being part of chapter eighty-three of Howell's annotated statutes;

Act number one hundred forty-four of the session laws of the State of Michigan of the year one thousand eight hundred sixty-seven, being part of chapter eighty-three of Howell's annotated statutes;

Act number two hundred thirty-eight of the session laws of the State of Michigan of the year one thousand eight hundred sixty-five, and all amendments thereto, being part of chapter eighty-three of Howell's annotated statutes; and

Act number twenty of the public acts of the State of Michigan of the year A. D. one thousand eight hundred ninety-three are hereby repealed.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved February 19, 1895.

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[ No. 4. ] AN ACT to provide for the determination by the probate

courts of this State of the sanity of persons who may have been adjudged by such courts to be insane.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, Application to That whenever any person, upon application to any probate por examination court in this State for bis admission into any asylum, bome or as to sanity of retreat, for the care of the insane, shall bave been adjudged from asylum. by such court insane, and shall have been released from or shall not have been received into any such asylum, home or retreat, application may be made to such court for å find. ing and order, declaring such person restored to soundness of mind. Upon the presentation of such application to such Court to fix time court by the person so adjudged insane, or by the person application, making the application for his admission to such asylum, home or retreat, the court shall fix a time for hearing thereof, and in case the application is made by the person adjudged insane sball cause notice to be given to the person who applied for such order of admission, if he be found in said county, and may cause such further notice to be given as to the court seems proper. If upon the bearing When persou of such application, the court, from the testimony given, court to enter sball find such person restored to soundness of mind, an samo on journal. order shall be entered in the journal of the court declaring him sane: Provided, however, That the testimony of at Proviso. least two reputable physicians establishing the sanity of such person shall be required before the finding of the court and entry of such order.

This act is ordered to take immediate effeot.
Approved February 19, 1895.

[ No. 5. ]

AN ACT to amend section five of act number two hun.

dred and four of the public acts of one thousand eight bundred and ninety-three, entitled “An act to create a board of jury commissioners consisting of seven persons for the courts of record in the county of Wayne and to repeal act number ninety-five of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, as amended by act number forty-two of the public acts of eighteen hundred and ninety-one and all other. acts and parts of acts contravening the provisions of this act, so as to prevent persons not properly qualified as such from serving as jurors in courts of record in said county.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, Section That section five of act number two hundred four of the public acts of one thousand eight hundred ninety-three,

amended,

to serve as jurors for Wayno county.

approved June first, one thousand eight hundred ninetythree, entitled “An act to create a board of jury commissioners consisting of seven persons for courts of record in the county of Wayne, and to repeal act number ninety-five of the public acts of eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, as amended by act number forty-two of the public acts of eigbteen hundred ninety-one and all other acts and parts of acts contravening the provisions of this act," be and the

same is bereby amended so as to read as follows: Qualifications of SEC. 5. The persons whose names shall be returned by electors chosen, said board of jury commissioners shall be suitable to serve commissioners as jurors. They sball bave the qualifications of electors in

the town or ward in which they reside and for which they are returned by said board; they shall be persons of good character, of approved integrity, of sound judgment and well informed, conversant with the English language, in possession of their natural faculties, not infirm or decrepit, and

otherwise free from all legal exceptions. No person shall No person to be be returned or shall be qualified to be or become one of returned who bas previously

a panel of petit or grand jurors in any court of record served as a juror. in Wayne county who within three years prior thereto has

been or acted as a member of a panel of petit or grand jurors, whether summoned on the original panel or added thereto as talesmen, in a court of record, except as otherwise provided in section twenty-one, and it shall be the duty of each of said courts on the return day of the venire to inquire of the jurors summoned if any of them have served as jurors during the preceding three years and to

excuse from service any jurors who have so served. It Judge to enter shall also be the duty of the judges of each of said courts as to examinal by special orders to be entered upon the court journal to tion of jurors. cause examination and investigation to be made into the

qualifications of each and every juror, who shall be summoned as provided by this act, and to direct the manner in which such examination and investigation shall be made; and neither of said courts shall allow any person to be or become one of a panel of petit or grand jurors therein until it shall be made to appear to the satisfaction of such court, after such examination and investigation, that such

person has all the qualifications specified in this section. When court may It shall also be the duty of each of said courts forth with excuse electors to excuse froin service as jurors any and all persons who

shall not so be shown to possess all of such qualifications. The particular manner in which such examination and investigation has been made shall be set forth in the journal of said court; and it shall be a just cause of challenge to any juror in any cause, over and above all other challenges allowed by the law, that it does not so appear in and by said jourual that such juror has all of said qualifications. And it sball also be the duty of each of the judges of said courts, whenever he shall have reason to doubt whether any person in attendance upon said court

jurors,

as a juror is possessed of all of said qualifications, forth-
with to excuse such juror from further attendance and ser-
vice as such juror.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved February 19, 1895.

[ No. 6. ] AN ACT making an appropriation for the current and

running expenses of the Michigan Mining School until the general appropriation for that purpose shall be available.

SECTION 1, The People of the State of Michigan enact, Appropriation, That there be and is hereby appropriated for the Micbi. gan Mining School, out of any money in the State treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of twenty thousand dollars for the purpose mentioned in section two of this act.

SEC. 2. Said money bereby appropriated shall be imme- Whore avallable diately available, and shall be used for the purpose of pay. purpose. ing the current and running expenses of said school from January first, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, until the regular and ordinary appropriation for that purpose shall be made available, and the sum bereby appropriated shall Jums to be do be deducted from the gross amount of such regular and regular approordinary appropriation as an advance upon the same when priation, such regular and ordinary appropriation for the current expenses at said school for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-five shall have become available.

This act is ordered to take immediate effeot.
Approved February 26, 1895.

[ No. 7. ] AN ACT to fix the per diem compensation of members of

the State legislature from the upper peninsula for and during the session of one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, Compensation of That in addition to the compunsation, mileage and allow. U. P. members ance for stationery, as fixed by law, for members repre- diem extra. senting the several senatorial and representative districts in the upper peninsula, there shall be allowed and paid two dollars per diem extra compensation, during the legis. lative session of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-five.

This act is ordered to take immediate effect.
Approved February 26, 1895.

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