Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 35. Veterans and Members of Armed Forces

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  • Veterans Welcome Home Act
  • Local Councils of Veterans' Affairs
  • Veterans' Relief Fund
  • Record of Veterans' Discharges
  • Transcripts of Certain Records
  • Uniformity of Service Dates
  • Uniform Veterans' Guardianship Act
  • Grand Army of the Republic;  Woman's Relief Corps
  • Veterans' Headquarters
  • United Spanish War Veterans
  • High School Diploma Award to Military Veterans
  • Public Employees Entering Armed Forces
  • Preference in Employment
  • License to Sell Goods
  • Discrimination Prohibited
  • “Residents” Within Game and Fish Laws
  • Veterans' Conventions;  County Appropriation
  • Leasing of Public Buildings
  • Principal and Agent Relationship
  • Trustee in War Service
  • Minor's Contracts
  • State Licensing Acts;  Status
  • Licensee Qualifications;  War Interruption
  • Veterans' Trust Fund
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • County Department of Veterans' Affairs
  • Post-War Reserve Fund
  • Veterans' Reserve Fund
  • Funeral Expenses of Veterans
  • Markers for Veterans' Graves
  • Disinterment of Remains of War Veterans
  • Monumental Buildings
  • Memorials;  Township Lands
  • Military Museum and Old Battle Flags
  • Bonus Bonds
  • Veterans' Military Pay Act
  • Korean Veterans' Military Pay Fund Act of 1955
  • Korean Veterans Bond Redemption Fund
  • Bonds to Provide Service Bonus for Vietnam Veterans
  • Vietnam Veteran Era Bonus Act
  • Michigan Vietnam Veterans Memorial Act
  • Purple Heart Recognition Act
  • Agent Orange Award Exemption Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Veteran Right to Employment Services Act
  • Private Employer’s Veterans’ Preference Policy Act
  • Military Family Relief Fund Act

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