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Sec. 2. The treasurer of said township is hereby authorized and
Duty or

empowered to proceed and collect said taxes as fully as he could
have done during the life time of his warrant, and make his return on
or before the first day of March next, and the said warrant is hereby
continued in full force and virtue, for the purpose aforesaid, until the
said first day of March next.

Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of said treasurer, before he shall be
entitled to the benefits of this act, to pay over all moneys collected
during the life time of his warrant as is now provided by law, and
to renew his official bond to the satisfaction of the treasurer of the

county of Monroe.
Tranacript Sec. 4. A transcript of all unpaid taxes returned to the county
of unpaid
tares to be treasurer in pursuance of the foregoing provisions shall be returned
Aud. Gea’l. to the Auditor General as soon as practicable, and such unpaid taxes

shall be collected in the same manner and with interest computeď
from the same time as other taxes for the year eighteen hundred and
forty-nine, duly returned to the Auditor General for non-payment.

Sec. 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its
passage.

Approved January 23, 1850.

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[ No. 9. 1
AN ACT to extend the time for the collection of taxes for the year

eighteen hundred and forty-nine, in the townships of Albion in the
county of Calhoun, and Raisinville and Frenchtown in the county
of Monroe.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of
Time for
collection of the State of Michigan, That the time for the collection of taxes in the

townships of Albion in the county of Calhoun, and Raisinville and
Frenchtown in the county of Monroe, for the year eighteen hundred
and forty-nine is hereby extended until the first Monday in March,
eighteen hundred and fifty.

Sec. 2. The treasurers of said townships respectively, are hereby
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treasurers, authorized and empowered to proceed and collect said taxes as fully

as they could do in the life time of their warrants and to make their
returns at any time on or before the first Monday of March next, and
the said warrants are hereby contiuned in full force and virtue for the
purpose aforesaid until the said first Monday in March next.

Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of each of the treasurers of said town

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ships, before he shall be entitled to the benefit of this act, to pay over all moneys collected during the life time of his warrant, as is now provided by law, and to renew his official bond to the satisfaction of the treasurer of his county.

Sec. 4. A transcript of all unpaid taxes returned to the county Transcript treasurer in pursuance af the foregoing provisions, shall be returned of uupa to the Auditor General as soon as practicable, and such unpaid taxes ud. Cette. shall be collected in the same manner, and with interest computed from the same time as other taxes for the year eighteen hundred and forty-nine, duly returned to the Auditor General for non-payment.

Sec. 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved January 26, 1850.

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warrant.

[ No. 10. ] AN ACT to authorize the Supervisor of the Township of Campbell

in the County of Ionia, to renew the warrant for the collection of Taxes in said Township.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives supervisor of the State of Michigan, That the supervisor of the township of to issue new Campbell in the county of Ionia, be and he is hereby authorized and empowered to issue a new warrant to the township treasurer of said township for the collection of the balance of taxes remaining uncol. lected in said township, which said warrant shall require said treasurer to collect all such taxes as remain unpaid on the tax list in his hands, and pay over all such portions thereof as were assessed for state and county purposes to the treasurer of said county of Ionia on or before the first Monday in March next, and for that purpose the said township treasurer shall be vested with all the powers, and subject to the same liabilities as he would have been upon an origiral legal warrant

Séc. 2. Before the warrant above mentioned shall be delivered by Duties of ihe supervisor of said town of Campbell to the treasurer of said and town township, said treasurer shall execute and deliver to said county treasurer, a new bond in double the amount of such taxes remaining nnpaid, to be approved by said county treasurer, and conditioned

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that the said township treasurer shall account for and pay over to said county treasurer, the amount specified in the assessment roll and tax list annexed to the warrant in his hands for state and county purposes, on or before the first Monday of March next.

Sec. 3. A transcript of all unpaid taxes returned to the county treasurer, in pursuance of the foregoing provisions shall be returned to the Auditor General as soon as practicable, and such unpaid taxes shall be collected in the same manner and with interest computed from the same time as other taxes for the year eighteen hundred and forty-nine, duly returned to the Auditor General for non-payment.

Sec. 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved January 29, 1850.

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[ No. 11. ] AN ACT to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the city of

Detroit, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-nine.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives Time for collection of of the State of Michigan, That the time for the collection of the State ded. and county taxes in the city of Detroit for the year eighteen hundred

and forty-nine, is hereby extended until the first Monday of April

next. Duty of

Sec. 2. The collectors of the several wards of said city are hereby collectors.

authorized to proceed and collect said taxes as fully as they might do during the life time of their warrants for that purpose, and to make their returns on or before the first Monday in April next; and said

warrants are continued in full force for said purpose until said time. Ibid.

Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the several collectors aforesaid, before they shall be entitled to the benefits of this act, to pay over all moneys collected during the life time of their warrants as now provided by law, and to renew their official bonds to the satisfaction of the treasurer of the county of Wayne.

Sec. 4. A transcript of all unpaid taxes returned to the county Return of unpaid tax

treasurer in pursuance of the foregoing provisions, shall be returned to the Auditor General as soon as practicable, and such unpaid taxes shall be collected in the same manner and with interest computed

fron the same time as other taxes for the year eighteen hundred and forty-nine, duly returned to the Auditor General for non-payment.

Sec. 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved January 29, 1850.

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rized.

[ No. 12. ] AN ACT to provide for the payment of Samuel Ashman, while

claiming a seat in the House of Representatives. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives Payment of of the State of Michigan, That the State Treasurer be and is hereby man autbu. authorized to pay upon the certificate of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, such sum as may be due Samuel Ashman, for travel to and from the Capitol, at the rate of three dollars for every imenty miles, and three dollars for every day's attendance while claiming a seat as a member of the House of Representatives, doring the present session.

Sec. 2. That there be appropriated out of any money in the State treasury not otherwise appropriated, a sum sufficient for the purpose aforesaid.

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved January 29, 1850.

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[ No. 13. ] AN ACT to amend the charter of the city of Detroit. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives City of the of Le State of Michigan, That the mayor, recorder and aldermen divided in of the city of Detroit are hereby authorized to divide the city of Detroit ment disinto three districts, for the purposes of assessment; such districts to consist of contiguous wards, and as near as may be equal to each other in population and aggregate value of property; the common council of said city may hereafter divide the said city into such assessment districts as may in their judgment become necessary,

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Sec. 2. There shall be chosen at the charter election for the year ar charter cighteen hundred and fifty, by the electors of the assessment disClection,

tricts respectively, one assessor for each of said districts, who shall at the time of his election be a resident of said district, one of whom shall be elected annually thereafter at the charter election of said city, and shall hold his office for the term of three years, and until his successor shall be elected and qualified; and in case of the death, resignation or removal from office of either or any of such assessors, the vacancy thereby created may be temporarily filled by the common council till the charter election then next ensuing, when one assessor shall be elected for the residue of such unexpired term.

Sec. 3. At the first meeting of the common council next ensuing the charter election in the year one thousand eight hundred fifty, the city clerk, under the inspection and direction of the said common council, shall cause to be written on separate pieces of paper as near alike as may be, the numbers one, two and three, and shall roll them

up as nearly alike as may be, and deposit them in a box, and the perhow eiect d. sons elected assessors shall severally draw one of said pieces of pa

per, and shall be classed according to the number written on the paper so drawn by hini, and shall hold his office for such number of years, either one, two or three as shall compare with such number drawn.

Sec. 4. The three assessors' so chosen from said districts shall once in each year, and between such periods therein as the common council may from time to time fix and appoint, jointly appraise all the real and personal estate in all three of said districts, and shall together make cut and sign the assessment rolls of all the taxable persons and property in said three districts, making a separate roll for each district in the manner already provided for by law.

Sec. 5. At every ward election after the annual charter election for the year eighteen hundred and fifty, the ward inspectors shall consist of the two aldermen of their respective wards, and a third person to be chosen viva voce by the electors present, from their number at the time of opening the polls, who shall be duly sworn to a faith. ful performance of their duties; and if from any cause, either or both of said aldermen shall fail to attend any such election, his or their places may be supplied for the time being, by the electors present, who shall elect any of their number viva voce.

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