Publication - Michigan Geological and Biological Survey, Issue 12

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Page 169 - Each county shall in like manner be divided into four commissioners' precincts, in each of which there shall be elected, by the qualified voters thereof, one County Commissioner, who shall hold his office for two years, and until his successor shall be elected and qualified.
Page 169 - ... shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by fine not exceeding one thousand dollars or imprisonment in the county jail for not more than one year or by both such fine and imprisonment, and the Juvenile Court shall have jurisdiction of all such misdemeanors...
Page 169 - If the office of Auditor of Public Accounts, Treasurer, Secretary of State, Attorney General, or Superintendent of Public Instruction, shall be vacated by death resignation or otherwise- it shall be the duty of the Governor to fill the same by appointment, and the appointee shall hold his office until his successor shall be elected and qualified in such manner as may be provided by law.
Page 171 - SEC. 7. Each of the deputies appointed by the inspector shall take the oath of office prescribed by the constitution, and shall give bond to the inspector in such sum, and with such sureties as he may approve, conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties as such deputy ; and in case said inspector shall be obliged to pay any sum for the neglect or default or misfeasance of any .deputy, he may recover of such deputy and his sureties on such bond the amount he was obliged to pay, with accruing...
Page 173 - ... that such person is or has been a slave, shall, on conviction thereof, be imprisoned in the State prison for a term not less than one year nor more than fifteen years, and be fined not exceeding two thousand dollars.
Page 174 - No inspector or deputy inspector shall inspect or pass any barrel, cask, box, or sack of salt which shall not be marked or branded in the manner prescribed in the last section, and the inspector or deputy shall not affix his brand to any barrel...
Page 177 - State may then be divided, with the name and locality of each, and the number and capacity of the works of each district; Second, The quantity and quality of salt inspected in each district during the preceding year; Third, The amount received and expenses incurred under this act for the preceding year, in detail ; Fourth, Such suggestions and recommendations as he may think proper to make concerning the manufacture of salt, and the operation of the inspection laws upon the same, and as to what further...
Page 171 - ... month, make a written report, by mail or otherwise, to the inspector, of salt inspected by him, during the month, stating for whom, and the quality and quantity thereof. Abstracts of these reports shall be entered in books for that purpose. Said inspector shall, in proper books, keep a...
Page 174 - It shall be the duty of every manufacturer to brand or mark with durable paint every cask or barrel of salt manufactured by him, with the surname at full length of the proprietor or owner of the manufactory at which the same shall have been made, and the initial letters of his Christian name, and if the same shall have been manufactured for a company or association of individuals, he shall mark or brand, in like manner, upon every such cask or barrel, the name by which the company is usually called:...
Page 175 - SEC. 29. Every person who shall forge or counterfeit the name so required to be put on by the manufacturer, or shall cause or procure to be put on any barrel or cask in which salt shall be packed the name of any person other than that which properly should be placed thereon, according to the provisions of this act, shall, for every such barrel, cask, or sack, forfeit the sum of one hundred dollars, and shall also be liable for all damages to the party aggrieved.

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