The board of supervisors have devoted much time to the consideration of bilis. They have established a stone yard, or rather directed its establishment, in accordance with the resolution published last Tuesday, which was made directory rather than mandatory. They separated the sparrow orders to find out where the sparrows were killed, with the idea of showing that the city boys profited by the sparrow law. Many of the orders given in the cities are, however, given to boys from the townships. The sparrows took $2,065.7 from the treasury the past year. Some 68,857 of them were killed. Orders were given by the clerks of the cities and townships for sparrows as follows : Ypsilanti city, 16,331; Ann Arbor city, 12,324; Manchester, 5,273; Bridgewater, 5,258; Saline, 4,861; Sylvan, 2,883; Freedom, 2,833; Scio, 2,755; Ypsilanti town, 2,430; Lodi, 2,4i8; Salem, 2,342; Augusta, 1,622; York, 1,506; Pittsfield, 1,155; Sharon, 1,017; Northfield, 990; Ann Arbor town, 954; Superior, 845; Lima, 417; Dexter, 304; Webster, 176; Lyndon, 113. The bonds of the county officers were approved, and quite a number of miscellaneous bilis have been approved.