2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Act 345 of 1919


Act 345 of 1919

AN ACT to define the qualifications of coroners in counties having a population of 250,000 inhabitants and upwards; to provide for deputy coroners and assistants; to prescribe their powers and duties; to fix their compensation, or to provide for the fixing thereof; to provide a penalty for non-fulfillment of duty in such counties and to repeal all general, special and local acts contravening the provisions of this act.

History: 1919, Act 345, Eff. Aug. 14, 1919

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

Section 52.111Coroners in counties over 250,000; qualifications.
Section 52.112Coroners in counties over 250,000; compensation.
Section 52.113Coroners in counties over 250,000; disposition of fees, itemized statement.
Section 52.114Coroners in counties over 250,000; deputy, appointment, powers, compensation.
Section 52.115Coroners in counties over 250,000; clerks and assistants, appointment, compensation, terms.
Section 52.116Coroner; office hours.
Section 52.117Construction of act.
Section 52.118Violation of act; penalty.

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