Furnishing Certain Counties With Laws And Reports (Excerpt) Act 190 Of 1909

Published: 2015

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Act 190 of 1909

26.51 Compiled Laws of 1897, subsequent legislation, and all Michigan reports; distribution to county clerks by state librarian.

Sec. 1.

In all counties in which circuit court is held in more than 1 place, it shall be the duty of the secretary of state to furnish to the county clerk of such county, for the use of said circuit court, 1 complete set of the Compiled Laws of 1897, together with the index thereof and acts passed by the legislature subsequent to 1897, and the state librarian shall furnish 1 complete set of the Michigan supreme court reports: Provided, That if for any reason the state librarian shall be unable to furnish any of the volumes of said reports, the board of state auditors is hereby authorized, and it is its duty, to purchase such missing volumes to complete such set: Provided further, It shall be the duty of the state librarian to furnish from time to time to said county clerk, the current volumes of Michigan supreme court reports as they are issued.

History: 1909, Act 190, Eff. Sept. 1, 1909


CL 1915, 875


CL 1929, 544


CL 1948, 26.51

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