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receive a certificate of registration, and before the issuance of a renewal certificate shall pay an additional fee of five dollars.
Section 18. The board shall forward each original certificate to and register the same with the Secretary of the State of Michigan, by whom it shall be signed and scaled and returned to the board to be mailed to the registrant.
Section 19. After the first day of March, nineteen hundred twenty, neither the State, nor any county, township, municipality or village. shall engage in the construction or maintenance of any public work of an architectural or engineering character, for which construction or maintenance, the plans, specifications and estimates shall not have been prepared by a registered architect or a registered engineer under this act with qualifications appertaining to such work, and the construction of which is not supervised by such a registered architect or registered engineer: Provided, That nothing in this section shall be held to apply to items of maintenance, repair or construction wherein the contemplated expenditure for the completed project does not exceed two thousand dollars.
Section 20. After the first day of March, nineteen hundred twenty, no city or village plat, or plat of an addition thereto or of a subdivision thereof, or any plat dividing land into streets, lots or blocks. shall be received for record, which has not been prepared by a registered engineer or a registered surveyor and signed by him as such. Section 21. Nothing in this act shall prevent any person from doing any of the engineering, architectural or surveying work mentioned herein upon or in connection with the construction of residence buildings, barns or garages and other private buildings.
Section 22. Any violation of the provisions of this act shall le a misdemeanor, punishable for the first offense by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars, and for a subsequent offense by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars or imprisonment for not more than one year, or both, in the discretion of the court.
Section 23. Act number one hundred twenty of the Public Acts of nineteen hundred fifteen, entitled "An act to provide for the registration of architects and regulating the practice of architecture as a profession," and all other acts or parts of acts in contravention hereof, are hereby repealed, and all moneys remaining with the State Treasurer in the separate fund created by said act shall be transferred to the corresponding fund herein provided for within thirty days of the time at which this act goes into effect, and all records accumulated by the board under said act shall be delivered to the board herein created.
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Our Service Department composed of experienced highway engineers is at the disposal of persons interested in highway construction and will be glad to co-operate in designing, furnishing specifications, inspections, investigations and reporting on various construction. There is no charge for this service.
HALBERT P. GILLETTE, EDITOR
THE FOUR ROTATED SPECIAL MONTHLY ISSUES and the 4 special quarterly issues of E. & C. (52 in all) entirely cover the civil engineering and contracting field if subscribed for as a weekly at $3.00 a year; but any one of the four special monthly issues may be subscribed for as a monthly at $1.00 a year (or any two monthly issues at $1.50 a year) and the 4 special quarterly issues will be sent without extra charge. Three of these special quarterly issues relate entirely to foreign engineering and construction practice, and the fourth is our annual "New Equipment Issue." The articles in the first two issues of each month (1st and 2nd Wednesdays) completely cover the municipal engineering and contracting field. The articles in the first and last issues of each month (1st and 4th Wednesdays) completely cover county engineering and highway engineering and contracting. The articles in the third and last issues of each month (3rd and 4th Wednesdays) completely cover steam and electric railway location, design and construction.
Roads and Streets-1st Wednesday
(a) Roads. (b) Streets. (c) Street Cleaning.
Waterworks and Hydraulics-2nd Wednesday
(a) Waterworks. (b) Sewers and Sanitation. (c) Irrigation and Drainage. (d) Power. (e) Management and Office System.
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(a) Excavation and Dredging. (b) Rivers and Canals. (c) Harbors and Docks. (d) Railway Construction. (e) Management and Office System.
Buildings and Structures-4th Wednesday
(a) Buildings. (b) Bridges. (c) Ship Construction. (d) Miscellaneous Structures. (e) Properties of Materials.
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