2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Act 386 of 1913


CHIEF DEPUTY SHERIFF

Act 386 of 1913

AN ACT to authorize the sheriff of any county having a population of not less than 150,000 and not more than 300,000, to appoint a chief deputy sheriff for said county, and prescribing his duties, powers and compensation.


History: 1913, Act 386, Eff. Aug. 14, 1913




The People of the State of Michigan enact:

DocumentDescription
Section 51.261Chief deputy sheriff in counties of 150,000 to 300,000; appointment, tenure.
Section 51.262Chief deputy sheriff; appointment and oath of office, filing.
Section 51.263Chief deputy sheriff; powers and duties.
Section 51.264Chief deputy sheriff; compensation.

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