185.06 POWER OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT OR COURTS NOT CURTAILED
UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS; CRIMINAL SYNDICALISM.
Nothing in sections
shall hamper or curtail, or in any manner take away, the
power of the executive department, or of the courts, where there is threatened any irreparable
injury to business or property by reason of violence, threats, or other unlawful acts, or where
criminal syndicalism, or the acts constituting the same, are involved; and criminal syndicalism is
hereby defined to be the doctrine which advocates crime, sabotage, violence, or other unlawful
methods of terrorism as a means of accomplishing industrial, social, or political reform.
History: (4260) 1917 c 493 s 6