Joint Documents ... for the Year ..., Part 2

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1870 - Michigan
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Page 205 - ... shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by fine not exceeding one hundred dollars...
Page 203 - ... such report as the Christian name belonging to a child previously reported, and shall be properly entered by said county clerk, in the blank left for such Christian name in his book of record; and it shall be the duty of the several county clerks, on or before the tenth day of April in...
Page 205 - Every physician, surgeon, or midwife who shall have been in attendance upon any deceased person, shall, upon ap plication of any supervisor or assessor of the township, city, or any ward thereof, in which such death occurred, make out and deliver to such supervisor or assessor, a certified statement, without fee, containing the name of the disease, or cause (if known) producing the death of such person ; and any medical attendant who shall neglect or refuse to give such statement...
Page 202 - ... demand, to either of the parties so joined in marriage, as aforesaid, a certificate of such marriage, containing all the facts in relation thereto, required by said third section of this act, and shall, within ninety days thereafter, deliver to the clerk of the county in which such marriage took place, a certified copy of such record, and, at the same time, pay to the clerk twenty-five cents for recording the same.
Page 207 - ... 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 206 - ... courts,) by such supervisor or assessor. for the purposes aforesaid, shall neglect or refuse to appear before such officer, or, appearing, shall refuse to be sworn and testify in relation to such matter, he shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished therefor by fine not exceeding fifty dollars, and in default of paying the same, shall be imprisoned in the county jail of the...
Page 206 - ... cannot otherwise obtain, he may examine such person or persons on oath (which oath such supervisor or assessor is hereby empowered and authorized to administer.) in relation to any birth or death within his township, city, or any ward therein, of which such person or persons may have any knowledge or information ; and if any person, after being duly subpoenaed (as provided for compelling the attendance of witnesses in justices...
Page 206 - ... statement, without fee, containing the name of the disease, or cause (if known), producing the death of such person; and any medical attendant who shall neglect or refuse to give such statement, or who shall willfully make a false statement in relation to such death, shall, for such offense be liable to pay a fine of not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars, and the costs of prosecution, which fine the said supervisor or assessor is hereby required to sue for and collect, in his official...
Page 63 - V. The prisoner's destiny should be placed, measurably, in his own hands ; he must be put into circumstances where he will be able, through his own exertions, to continually better his own condition. A regulated self-interest must be brought into play, and made constantly operative.
Page 75 - ... the standard of manhood, till some of them will defy the scrutiny of good judges when compared with ordinary young men and women.

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