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OAKLAND COUNTY.

JUNIUS Tex Eyck, Pros. Alty.

CHARGES.

No.

CONDITION OF CASES.

Grand larceny,

Petit larceny,

Receiving stolen property,
Stoaling froin person,
Keeping billiard table,
Malicious injury to toll gato,
Malicious mischief,
Embracery,
Perjury,
Bastardy,
Resisting public officer,
Forgery,
Complaint to prevent breach of peaco,
Lascivious cohabitation,
Burglary,
Keeping disorderly house,
Assault and battery,

ONTONAGON COUNTY.

GEORGE C. Jones, Pros. Atty.

No.

1212 pending; 1 House of Correction 6 months;

2 dismissed; 7 entered recognizance. 174 sent to Reform School ; 6 county jail 10 days;

2 discoutinued; 2 discharged; i jail 16 days; 1

fined $12; 1 House of Correction 90 days. 1 Discharged. 21 Committed on examination. 4 Fined $10 each and under recognizance not to

keep table for 1 year.
4 On recognizance to appear at Circuit Court.
) On recogniz ince to appear at Circuit Court.
1| Pending in Circuit Court.
6 pinuing; 2 on recognizance to appear, 3 dis-

charged.
1 Gave bail for support of child.
41 fined $25; 3 nolie pros. entered.
1 Pending.
6 Recognized to keep the peace.
2 Bound over for trial.
1 Bound over for trial.

7 Each in jail 10 days.
73/22 fined; 47 discontinued; 4 sent to county jail.

CHARGES.

CONDITION OF CASES.

Assault with intent to kill,
Assaulting obstructing an er

in service of process,
Opposing an officer,
Assaulting and obstructing an oficer,

1 Pending.
1 Pending
1 Pending.
1 Tried and acquitted.

OTTAWA COUNTY.

Moses B. HOPKINS, Pros. Atl'y.

CHARGES.

No.

CONDITION OF CASES.

Karder, Perjury, Assault with intent to murder, • Laroony from dwelling house in day

time, Grand larceny,

Burglary from dwelling house in day

time, Rape, Forgery, Willi'ul and malicious injury to dwell.

ing house, Aiding a prisoner to escape from jail, Resisting an officer, Adultery, Malicious mischief in cutting cattle, Obstructing officer in service of pro

cess, Petit larceny,

3|Acquitted. 31 dismissed ; 1 no information filled ; 1 pending. 1 Discharged on examination. 1 Plead guilty ; fined $15 or FO days in jail--paid. ofined $.5 or 30 days in jail-served his time; 1

sentenced 2 years ia Stalo Prison; 1 escaped

from jail before trial. Examined and discharged.

Pending. 1 Pending. 31 volunteered in army; 2 pending.

Pending 1 Pending. 2 Out of State--not yet arrested. 1 Examined and discharged. 3 Examined and discharged. 61 caso complainant acknowledgod satisfaction,

defendant paid costs and was discharged; 1 convicted and appealed; die missed on informality of Justice's return; 2 acquitted ; 2 fined

1$, and 1 $5. 10 i fined $i and costs : 1 sentenced to 48 hours in

i hned $12 and costs--1ppealed ; 1 fued $10 and costs; 1 escaped before trial ; 1 fined $1 and costs ; 1 fined $i and costs, and ap pealed ; 2 fined $1 and costs cach ; 1 acquitted

Assault and battery,

jail ;

SAGINAW COUNTY.

WM. H. SWEET, Pros. Alt'y.

CHARGES.

No.

CONDITION OF CASES.

Assault and battery, Falso protences. Perjury, Disorderly persons,

Larceny,
Bound over to keep tho peace,
Passing counterfeit money,
Burglary,
Seduction,
Assault with intent to kill,
Haiming animals,

19 All convicted and fined. 13ettled by parties and nolle pros. entored. 1 Volle pros. entered. 5 All convicted and sentenced as follows: 2 sixty

days each in county jail; 1 fined $j; 1 finod $20;

1 fined $5. 1110 convicted; 1 acquitted. 6 31 discharged; 2 pending. 3 tate Prison 8 months. 3 Held to bail; all cases ended in matrimony; nolla

pros entered in oach caso, 2 Pending. 1120 days in jail.

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1 State Prison 5 years. 1 Compromised and discontinued. 1 Pending 2 Reasons for not filing informations iled. 2 3/2 informations Aled, recognizances forfeited, and

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Murder,
Bastardy,
Forgery,
Rosisting an officer,
Escaping from an officer,
Larceny,

judgment taken upon them ; 1 information

filed and recognizance forfeited.
9 3 convicted and ined ; 1 acquitted ; 5 pending.

Assault and battery,
Fraudulent disposal of mortgaged

property,
Malicious destruction of property,
Attempt to commit rape,
Disturbing religious meeting,

1 Acquitted.
1 Pending.
1 Discharged on examination.
8 Acquitted.

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No.

CONDITION OF CASES.

CHARGES.

Burning grain stacks,
Assault with intent to commit rape,
Forgery,
Burning wood pile,
Seduction,
Huxtering without liconse,
Keeping billiard tables,
Horse stealing,
Grand larceny,
Petit larseny,
Violation of liquor law,

2 1 bped $150 or 2 years in State Prison ; 1 acquit.

ted. 17 years in State Prison. 21 State Prison 4 months; 1 onlisted and sen

tence suspended. 1 on bail ; pot tried. 312 married complainants; 1 ran away. 2 Fined $25 each--paid. 1 Fined $10 and costs--paid. 1 State Prison 4 years. 31 State Prison 3 years ; 1 for 4% years ; 1 for

3 years. 9j2 fined $25 each-paid ; 1 county jail 40 days ; 1

1 discbarged ; balance paid costs. 16 4 fined $10 each and costs ; 3 fined $20 each and

costs; 2 for 3d offense, the prosecuting witness did not appear;

6 paid costs, and suits were discontinued.

Secreting stolen goods, knowing them

to have been stolen, Prosecutions to keep the peace, Assault and battery,

2/1 State Prison 4 years ; 1 sentence suspended.
4 All gave bail and paid costs.
31 county jail 80 days and paid costs of prosecu-

tion ; 1 fined $7-paid ; 1 ined $20 and costs

paid. 31 gave bail ; 1 was and is in the army ; 1 raz

away.

Bastardy,

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No.

CHARGES.

CONDITION OF CASES.

1 Pending.

Forgery,
Obtaining money under false pre-

tenses,
Larceny,
Keeping billiard table.
Rape.

1 1 year in State Prison,
1 Sent to Reform School.
1 Fined.
1 Pending.

In Justice's Court.

Violation of liquor law,
Assault and battery,
Larceny,
Disposing of chattel mortgaged pro-

perty with intont to defraud,

6 Fined $10 each.
6 1 acquitted; 5 finod.
2 1 fined; 1 imprisoned in jail.
2 Convicted and appealed to Circuit Court.

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