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ment, approved by the commander in-chief, payment thereof Payment, shall be made as the commander-in-chief shall direct; field and staff officers shall be paid for the time actually employed in military service at the same rate per day, and five cents per mile for actual travel under orders.

Sec. 6. The Governor is hereby empowered, through the prop-Governor er military department, to purchase and distribute all necessary to purchase military stores, whether of subsistence, clothing, pay, medicines, stores, &o. field and camp equipage, arms, munitions and equipments, which shall be properly accounted for to the legislature; and at Report of to the disbanding of said force, he shall store the property of the State in as good condition as practicable at the seat of government, or at such other place as he may deem best.

Such reports shall account for all moneys received and disbursed, description and cost of all articles purchased; he shall have pow-Power to

collect and er, through the proper military departments, to collect and dis distribute tribute all arms and equipments, or any of the military property of this state, whether in the hands of volunteer companies or otherwise.

Sec. 7. All acts or parts of acts contravening this act are Repeal. hereby repealed.

Sec. 8. This act shall take immediate effect.
Approved March 16, 1861.



[ No. 252. ] AN ACT to restore certain sections of land to the township of

Cottrelville, in the county of St. Clair. Section 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That sections five, six, seven, eight, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen Territory atand twenty, in the township of Ira, in the county of St. Clair, be and the same are hereby permanently attached to the town. ship of Cottrelville. All acts or parts of acts contravening the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
Approved March 16, 1861.

[ No. 253. ] AN ACT to amend section two, of chapter one hundred and

nineteen, of the revised statutes of eighteen hundred and forty-six, being section thirty-nine hundred and sixty-seven of the compiled laws.

Section 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That Rection section two, of chapter one hundred and nineteen, of the revised amended.

statutes of eighteen hundred and forty-six, being section thirtynine hundred and sixty-seven of the compiled laws, be amended

so as to read as follows: Must be at Sec. 2. (3967) No person shall be elected a circuit court toi barya and counselluis commissioner unless he be at the time an attorney and counsel

lor at law of the supreme court, except within and for the county of Chippewa.

Approved March 16, 1861.


[ No. 254. ] AN ACT to appropriate twenty-five hundred acres of swamp

lands to open and improve the State road from Necosta county to the county seat of Oceana county.

Section 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That Appropria. an appropriation of twenty-five hundred acres of swamp land tiun.

be and is hereby made for opening and improving the State road from the county of Mecosta to the county seat of Oceana

county. Notice of Sec. 2. The commissioners having charge of said road shall, job letting.

on or before the first day of July next, cause notices of the times and places of meeting to let the jobs on said road to be published in the Newaygo Republican, and continue the publication of said notices for at least four successive weeks previous to letting such jobs.

Sec. 3. The commissioners shall meet at the times and places designated in said notice, and shall then and there state the place of beginning, and proceed to let the same at public auotion; and the person offering to make the greatest length of

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road in the direction and in the manner indicated by said commissioners, for forty acres of land, and giving security good for the performance of the same, shall be deemed to be the success. ful bidder, and entitled to the contract. Sec. 4. When any job shall be fully completed, according to Certificate of

completion the conditions of the contract, the commissioners shall give to the person doing such job a certificate to that effect, which certificate, on its presentation to the Commisioner of the State Land Office, shall entitle the person to whom it was given, or his assignee, to a patent of any vacant forty acres of swamp land. Sec. 5. Said commissioners shall render a just and true ac-Andrial re.

port ot com count of their doings to the boards of supervisors of the coun-missionera, ties of Mecosta, Newaygo and Oceana, at their annual meetings in October in each year, aud a like account annually to the Commissioner of the State Land Office on the first day of No vember in each year.

Approved March 16, 1861.

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[ No. 255. ] AN ACT to amend an act entitled an act further to preserve

the purity of elections, and guard against the abuses of the elective franchise, by a registration of electors.

SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That on the second Thursday, Friday and Saturday next preceding session of the general election, and on the second Thursday and Friday registration next preceding the day of the regular charter clection of the city of Detroit, and not afterwards, the board of registration shall be in session at such places in the scveral wards aud districts as they shall designate in their notices as prescribed by law, from nine o'clock in the forenoon until five o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of completing the list of qualified voters, in pursuance of said act, approved February fourteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine; and any member of said board may administer an oath or affirmation to the applicant that he


shall true answers make to all questions put to him touching his qualifications as an elector.

Sec. 2. So much of sections one and five of the act aforesaid, approved February fourteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, as may be inconsistent with this act, and all other acts and parts of acts contravening the provisions of this act, are hereby repealed: Provided, That this act shall apply and have force only in the city of Detroit, in the county of Wayne.

Approved March 16, 1861.


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[ No. 256. ] AN ACT to confer certain powers on the board of supervisors

of the counties of Marquette and Delta.

Section 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That Commission, the board of supervisors of the county of Marquette are hereby pare map. authorized to appoint a commissioner to prepare a map of the

counties of Marquette, Schoolcraft and Delta, as now existing, and for the purpose of naming or re-naming the geographical points or places, bays, streams or islands, which now have no names, or inappropriate and uncouth ones, which are undesira

ble to be perpetuated. Commission- Sec. 2. The said commissioner shall give public notice of his ers to give notice of in- intended action, fixing a time and place when he will act, in tended ac

one or more newspapers published in or near one of said counties, at least sixty days before he shall decide upon such names, for the purpose of having names proposed by any person or persons interested in particular localities, and shall complete

the map within six months from the date of giving such notice. Map to be The map aforesaid shall also, within that time, be submitted to to board of the board of supervisors of the several counties then organized, supervisors.

and shall be subjected to their revisal and approval so far as their respective limits are concerned, and when thus revised and approved copies of said map shall be made and placed on file or exhibition in the office of the register of deeds in the respective counties, and from thenceforth the names therein set


forth shall be the legal names to designate the sevoral geographical points or places, bays, streams or islands to which the names are respectively given, and may be used in all legal instruments and writings to describe the same.

Sec. 3. The commissioner shall not le entitled to any com- Compensapensation for his services, but the board of supervisors may pense. defray the expense of advertising, and of furnishing the copies of the maps aforesaid, as for other county incidental expenses.

Approved March 16, 1861.

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[ No. 257. ] AN ACT to provide for publishing the statistics of the State of

Michigan, taken by authority of the United States, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty.

Section 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That the Secretary of State is hereby authorized and required to Daty of seccause to be condensed, in proper form for publication, so much tive to staof the statistics of this State, taken by authority of the United formation. States, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty, as hereinafter specified, to wit: So much as shows the number of dwelling houses, designating those in cities, the number of families, the number of persons, designating the colored, the number of deaf and dumb, blind and insane persons, the number of acres of improved and unimproved land, the aggregate value of real estate, and the aggregate value of farming implements and machinery, the number of cach class of live stock, and the aggregate value thereof, the number of bushels of each kind of grain, the number of bishels of potatoes and clover seed, the number of pounds of wool, butter, cheese and maple sugar, value of orchard products, number of tons of hay, and value of home-made manufactures, the number and kind of mills and manufactories, the motive power and the value of products.

Sec. 2. And when the statistics shall be so condensed, as above Publication provided, the Secretary of State shall cause five thousand bution. I copies to be printed, and when published shall transmit two

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