Annual Report ... Including the ... Annual Registration Report (Google eBook)

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1880 - Divorce
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Page 348 - In case of the refusal or neglect by any of the officers mentioned in this act, to perform any of the duties hereinbefore required of them, or either of them, to be done and performed by any of the provisions herein contained, such officer shall be liable to a fine not to exceed one hundred dollars, and the costs of prosecution; and the prosecuting attorney in each county is hereby required to prosecute, in the...
Page 346 - SEC. 5. It shall be the duty of the Secretary of State to receive the returns made in pursuance of the third section of this act, and he shall cause the same for each year to be bound together, in one or more volumes, at the expense of the State...
Page 347 - ... of such record, or who shall refuse, .on demand, to deliver to the parties to such marriage the certificate thereof, as required by section two of this act, or who shall willfully make a false or fictitious entry in his record of marriages or in the certified copy of such record delivered to the county clerk, or in the certificates of marriages, delivered to the parties thereto, shall...
Page 343 - No marriage solemnized before any person professing to be a justice of the peace or a minister of the gospel, shall be deemed or adjudged to be void, nor shall the validity thereof be in any way affected on account of any want of jurisdiction or authority in such supposed...
Page 343 - In the solemnization of marriage no particular form shall be required, except that the parties shall solemnly declare, in the presence of the magistrate or minister and the attending witnesses, that they take each other as husband and wife. In every case there shall be at least two witnesses, besides the minister or magistrate, present at the ceremony.
Page 346 - State to solemnize marriages, and clerks or keepers of records of the meetings in which any marriage among the Friends or Quakers shall be solemnized, who shall neglect or refuse to make a record of such marriage...
Page 347 - ... township, city, or any ward therein, (not otherwise obtained,) from the heads of families, the keepers, overseers or superintendents of asylums, hospitals, jails, prisons, workhouses, almshouses, houses of correction and similar institutions, the keepers of hotels, public and private boarding houses, and the masters or chief officers of steamboats and sail-vessels navigating any of the waters of this State, and touching at any port of entry...
Page 348 - ... dollars, and the costs of prosecution; and the prosecuting attorney in each county is hereby required to prosecute, in the name of the people of the State of Michigan, all persons in his county who shall willfully violate any of the provisions of this act; and the said supervisor or assessors of any township, city, or any ward therein, may be prosecuted for a misdemeanor under this section, and upon conviction, punished as therein provided for.
Page 346 - Christian and surname of the deceased, the sex and color, whether married or single, the age in years, months, and days, the place of death, the disease or apparent cause of death, the nativity of the deceased, and the occupation, if any, and the names, residence of the parents, if known, and the date when itętnrn of Buch record was made.
Page 345 - The record of marriages shall state, in separate columns, the date and place of marriage, the Christian and surname of the bridegroom and bride, and the maiden name of the bride, if a widow, the color, age, and place of birth of each, the residence of each at the time of marriage, the occupation of the...

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