2010 Michigan Compiled Laws
Chapter 46 - COUNTY BOARDS OF COMMISSIONERS
Act 88 of 1913 - ADVERTISEMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ADVANTAGES (46.161 - 46.161)

ADVERTISEMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ADVANTAGES
Act 88 of 1913
AN ACT empowering the board of supervisors of any of the several counties of the state of Michigan to levy a special tax, or by appropriating from the general fund for the purpose of advertising the agricultural advantages of the state or for displaying the products and industries of any county in the state at domestic or foreign expositions, for the purpose of encouraging immigration and increasing trade in the products of the state, and advertising the state and any portion thereof for tourists and resorters, and to permit the boards of supervisors out of any sum so raised, or out of the general fund, to contribute all or any portion of the same to any development board or bureau to be by said board or bureau expended for the purposes herein named.


History: 1913, Act 88, Eff. Aug. 14, 1913 ;-- Am. 1921, Act 63, Eff. Aug. 18, 1921 ;-- Am. 1927, Act 305, Eff. Sept. 5, 1927

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