The Evening Tribune September, 1891

Law & Order

9/1

Board of Health.

   At a meeting of the board of Health of the City of Grand Haven, the following resolution was adapted and will be enforced:

   Resolved, That all persons who have had the Scarlet Fever in their families shall not themselves nor their children attend any meetings or public gatherings, nor attend any school until the City Physician (Dr. Reynolds) certifies that there is no danger from contagion from their going to such meetings or school.

   And also the following laws if not lived up to by physicians will be enforced;

  Whereas, Any physicians shall know that any person whom he is called to visit or who is brought to him for examination is infected with small pox, cholera, diphtheria, scarlet fever or any other disease dangerous to public health, he shall immediately give notice thereof to the health officers, the president or the clerk of the Board of Health of the township, city or village which the sick person may be.

   And every physician and person acting as a physician, who shall refuse or neglect immediately to give such notice shall forfeit for each such case a sum of not less than fifty dollars, nor more than one hundred dollars.

   By order of the Board of Health of the City of Grand Haven, August 31, 1891.

D. CUTLER, Chairman.

   Anthony Seifert was arrested by Sheriff VanPell this morning for committing assault and battery on Chas. Carleson of Crockery township. Will be tried next Monday.

9/2

   The fishermanís melancholy days are fast approaching. After Oct 1 not one hook or line can be used in any inland lake. Even set lines or night lines are prohibited, and to be found on a lake with a spear, jack, net set lines, artificial light or explosives, etc., is a prima facie evidence of guilt.

   Miss Carrie Slayton and Mr. Dan Pagelson appeared as attorneys before Judge Pagelson this morning in an important law suit. The case was adjourned for two weeks both attorneys consenting.

   Jacob Baar and Peter Danhof returned from Allegan this morning and report Judge Arnold not only looking well but but apparently entirely recovered in health. The Judge will hold court in Allegan next month and in Grand Haven in November.

9/5

    Attorney Edward Vaupell tried his first case today before Justice Pagelson.

   In Justice Pagelsonís court today Carl Carlson is plaintiff against Earnest Seifert for the shooting of a calf. Both are Nunica parties.

9/7

   The Nunica calf-shooting case in Justice Pagelsonís court Saturday, was bound over until to the November term of Circuit Court.

   Carl Carlson is plaintiff and Anthony Seifert defendant in an assault and battery case before Justice Pagelson today.

   A crowd of hoodlums hang around the Episcopal church every Sunday evening insulting everybody who passes. Last evening they raised such a disturbance that Deputy Sheriff Christmas arrested one of them, but was let go in a few hours.

   Carl Carlson is plaintiff and Anthony Seifert defendant in an assault and battery case before Justice Pagelson today.

  A crowd of hoodlums hang around the Episcopal church every Sunday evening insulting everybody who passes. Last evening they raised such a disturbance that Deputy Sheriff Christmas arrested one of them, but was let go in a few hours.

9/8

   Anthony Seifert, the defendant in the assault and battery case before Judge Pagelson, yesterday was declared not guilty. W. I. Lillie was attorney for the defendant and Prosecuting Attorney Danhof conducted the case for the people.

   In Justice Pagelsonís court today Carl Carlson is plaintiff against Earnest Seifert for the shooting of a calf. Both are Nunica parties.

9/7

   The Nunica calf-shooting case in Justice Pagelsonís court Saturday, was bound over until to the November term of Circuit Court.

   Carl Carlson is plaintiff and Anthony Seifert defendant in an assault and battery case before Justice Pagelson today.

   A crowd of hoodlums hang around the Episcopal church every Sunday evening insulting everybody who passes. Last evening they raised such a disturbance that Deputy Sheriff Christmas arrested one of them, but was let go in a few hours.

   Carl Carlson is plaintiff and Anthony Seifert defendant in an assault and battery case before Justice Pagelson today.

   A crowd of hoodlums hang around the Episcopal church every Sunday evening insulting everybody who passes. Last evening they raised such a disturbance that Deputy Sheriff Christmas arrested one of them, but was let go in a few hours.

9/8

   Anthony Seifert, the defendant in the assault and battery case before Judge Pagelson, yesterday was declared not guilty. W. I. Lillie was attorney for the defendant and Prosecuting Attorney Danhof conducted the case for the people.

9/14

   Two boys arrested Saturday evening for making night hideous will have their hearing at 4 p. m.

9/15

   Matt Knowles d. d. was before Judge Pagelson yesterday afternoon and was given 10 days in the county jail to sober up.

   The two boys arrested Saturday night for raising a disturbance had their hearing before Justice Reynolds yesterday afternoon. The case was settled by the parents of the boys paying a $6 fine.

9/18

   The attorney generalís report of crime in the state shows a great increase in crime, also that convictions donít average 50 per cent.

   Governor Winans has inspected the Jackson prison and is satisfied with the Wardenship of Davis. He will name the new board in a few days.

 

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