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OF THE GOVERNOR, LIEUT. GOVERNOR, SENATORS AND REPRESEN. TATIVES IN OFFICE AT THE TIME OF THE PASSAGE OF THE LAWS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.
EPAPHRODITUS RANSOM, GOVERNOR,
WILLIAM M. FENTON, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, AND PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE.
Morris S. Allen,
St. Joseph Andrew L. Burk, Berrien. Channcey G. Cady Macomb. Bradford Campbell Livingston. Henry Chamberlain | Berrien. Wm. F. Chittendes Wayne. George A. Coe, Branch. Russel Coman, Hillsdale. Horace H. Comstock Allegan. Oliver C. Comstock, Branch. Jerael Curtis,
Kalamazoo. Fenner Ferguson, Calhoun, Benjamin F. Fox, ackson. James Flower,
Macomb. Marsh Giddings,
Kalamazoo. Amasa Gillei, Washtenaw. Martin S. Gillett, St. Clair. Salmon L. Haight, Washienaw. William Hammond. Caton. Seeler Harger,
Dakland. Joseh L. Hartsuil, Livingston. Barnabas C. Hatch, Jackson.
Elijah Hawley, Jr., Wayne.
llerman C. Noble, Shiawasice. C. M. O'Malley, Mackinac, N. C. Parkhurst, Oakland. Henry Pennoyer, 011awa. Nathan Salyer, Washtenaw. Henry C. Smith, bent. W.M. St. Clair, t. Clair. Amos Stevens,
Wayne. Jesse Stoddard, Hillsdale Julius Tilden, Monroe. George B. Turner, Cass.
John W. Turner, Lena wee James Turrill, Laseer. Warren Tuttle, Wayne. Benjamin W.Waiti Washtenaw. D. S. Wilkinson,
Cenawee. David A. Wright, Dakland.
* Died, al Lansing, January 7, 1819.
LIST OF ACTS
PASSED AT THE ANNUAL SESSION OF 1849.
PAGE . 1. An act to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town
ship of Jackson in the counts of Jackson, approved January 12, 1 2. An act to provide for the payment of the vilicers and members
of the legislature, approved January 12, 3. An act to extend the time für the collection of certain taxes in
the loonship of Plainfield, in the county of Kent, approved Jan.
uary 12, 4. Annot to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town
ship of Bellevue. in the county of Eaton, approved January 16, 3 5. An act lo amend an ici eutilled an act 10 am nd illi act 10 provide
for the recording of town plats, and for vacating the same in cerlain cases, approved April 19, eighieon hundred and thirty-nine,
approved January 17, * An act to amend section seven of chapter eleven, title two, of the revised statutes of 1816, ipproved January 17,
5 To An aci to change the nume of llenry Mann, app'oved January 18, 8. An act in iuinorize the justices of the supreme court to fix and
appoint the umes (holding the several circuit courts within their
several circuits, approved Jimuary 20. :9. An aci 10 omend an act enriiled an act to provide for laying out
and establ shing a state road from Albion to E:1200 Ripids, and 10 inke an appropriation for opening and improving the same, ap
proved January 21, 70. 'An act to anend an act entitled an act authorizing any persons
10 construct lines of electric telegraph in the state of Michigan,
approved January 24, 1l. An act to amend an act entitled an "act to authorize the supervi.
sors of the county of Kent to construct a canal and locks around the rapids of Grand river, at Grand Rapids," approved February 20, 1847, and the acts amendatory thereto, approved January
29, 1848, and March 28, 1848, approved Janu»ry 25, 1849, 1 2. An act 10 amend section two of chapter seventy-eight of the revi
sed statutes of one ibousand eight hundred and forty-six, approved January 26,
ship of Spring Arbor, in the county of Jackson, approved January
dred and forty-eight. approved January 31,
PAGE. 31. An act to provide for laying out a state road from Mason to Dex. ter, approved February 13,
23 32. An act to incorporate the New Buffalo and Laporte plank road company, approved February 13,
24 33. An act to annend chapter one hundred and fifty-five of the revised
statutes of one thousand eight hundred and forty-six in relation to forgery and counterfeiting, approved February 13,
25 34. An act to extend the time for the collection of certain taxes in
the township of Burns, in the county of Shiawassee, approved February 13,
25 35. An act to authorize the supervisor of the township of Bridgeport,
in the county of Saginaw, to renew the warrant for the collection of taxes in said township, approved February 13,
26 36. An act to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town.
ship of Pontiac, in the county of Oakland, approved February 13, 27 37. An act to incorporate the Tecumseh literary institute, approved February 13,
28 38. An act to provide for the support of the poor in the counties of Calhoun and Van Buren, and for other purposes, approved Febru
29 39. An act to attach a part of the township of Rives, in the county of
Jackson, to the township of Henrietta, approved February 16, 29 40. An act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the Monroe and Erie plank road company, apptoved February 16,
30 41. An act to enlarge the corporate limits of the city of Detroit, approved February 20,
30 42. An act 10 amend the charter of the city of Detroit, approved February 21,
32 43. An act for the relief of the trustees of the first society of the
Methodist Episcopal church of Lapeer, Lapeer county, approved
36 44. An act to enlarge the powers of the district board of school dis
trict number one, in the township of Jackson, in Jackson county, approved February 23,
37 45. An act to amend an act entitled "an act 10 incorporate the Mount
Cleinens and Romeo plunk road company," approved April 3, 1848, approved Feburary 24,
37 46. An act to authorize Norman A. Harrington, of the county of Ingham, to convey certain real estate, approved February 27,
39 47. An act to repeal section twelve of " an act to amend the revised
statutes of one thousand eight hundred and forty-six.” approved April 3, one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, and to restore section forty-nine of chapter one hundred and filıy-four of the revised statules, approved February 27,
40 48. An act to authorize Townsend North to build a dam across Cass river, approved February 28,
40 49. An act to authorize the assessors of the second ward in the city of Monroe to levy a certain tax, approved February 28,
41 50. An act to authorize Almeron Newmon, James Newman, Peter
M. Kind, Asa C. Davis and William D. Disbro to build a dam across