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The General Law Village Act (Excerpt) Act 3 Of 1895

Published: 2015

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Act 3 of 1895

66.8 Use of county jail; expenses.

Sec. 8.

Every village shall be allowed the use of the jail of the county in which it is located, for the confinement of all persons sentenced to imprisonment under the ordinances of the village, or under any of the provisions of this act; and the sheriff, or other keeper of the jail, or other place of confinement or imprisonment, shall receive and safely keep any person committed until lawfully discharged. The expense of receiving and keeping a prisoner shall be borne by the county if the imprisonment is for a violation of a penal law of this state and by the village if the imprisonment is for a violation of a village ordinance.

History: 1895, Act 3, Imd. Eff. Feb. 19, 1895


CL 1897, 2762


CL 1915, 2633


CL 1929, 1542


CL 1948, 66.8


Am. 1998, Act 255, Imd. Eff. July 13, 1998

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