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SEC. 3. That this act take effect and be in force from an Tike effect. after its publication in the Iowa Capital Reporter, and Iowa City Republican.

APPROVED, July 12th, 1856.

I certify that the foregoing act was published in the Iowa Capital Reporter July 30th, and in the lowa City Republican, August 7, 1856.

GEO. W. McCLEARY,

Secretary of State

CHAPTER 3.

SIXTH AND SEVENTII JUDICIAL DISTRICTS.

AN ACT to change the time of holding courts in the counties oomprising the

Sixth and Seventh Judicial Districts.

Terme

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That the terms of the District Court shall be held in the county of Fremont on the first Mondays of March and September; in the county of Page on the third Mondays of March and September; in the county of Union on the first Mondays in April and October; in the county of Adair 6th Distriet on the second Mondays of April and October; in the county of Guthrie on the Thursday after the second Mondays in April and October; in the county of Audubon on the third Mondays of April and October; in the county of Cass on the fourth Mondays of April and October; in the county of Adams on the second Mondays of May and November; in the county of Montgomery on the third Mondays in May and November; in the county of Mills on the fourth Mondays of February and August; in the county of Pottawatta- 7th Distriet mie on the first Mondays in April and October; in the county of IIarrison on the first Mondays in May and November; in the county of Shelby on the second Mondays in May and November; in the county of Monona on the third Monday in May and November; in the county of Woodbury on the fourth Monday in May and November; and in

all other counties at such times and places as the Judge may appoint.

SEC. 2. This act to be in force from and after its publiTake effect. cation in the Iowa Capital Reporter and Council Bluffs

Bugle.

APPROVED, July 15th, 1856.

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I certify that the foregoing act was published in the Iowa Capital Reporter on the 6th day of August, and in the Council Bluffs Bugle on the 1856.

GEO, W. McCLEARY,

Secretary of State.

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CHAPTFR 4.

STATE ROAD.

AN ACT to re-locate a part of the State Road from the town of Primrose to

the City of Keokuk, in Lee County.

Commissioner. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the

State Iowa, That Guy Wells, of the City of Keokuk, be and is hereby appointed a Commissioner to re-locate and estab

lish that part of the State road from Primrose to Keokuk, Relocation.

commencing at a point where said road as now located, from Primrose to Keokuk, crosses the main road from the town of Charleston to the town of Croton, in Lee county, and extend

ing thence to the City of Keokuk, in Lee county. Powers. SEC. 2. Said Commissioner shall have the same powers

and privileges and compensation, as are provided by chapter twenty of the laws passed at the last session of the General Assembly, for Commissioners' to locate the aforesaid

road from Primrose to Keokuk. Time to com

SEC. 3. Said Commissioner shall commence the re-location of the road mentioned in the first section of this act within three months from the first day of August next, and

complete it within a reasonable time thereafter. Take effect. Sec. 4. This act to be in force from and after its pub

mence.

lication in the Iowa Capital Reporter and Iowa City Republican.

APPROVED, July 15, 1856.

I certify that the foregoing act was published in the Iowa Capital Repor: ter and Iowa City Republican, on the 23rd day of July, 1856,

GEO. W. McCLEARY,

Secretary of State,

CHAPTER 5.

RESURVEYING OF ROADS.

AN ACT to authorize the re-survey of certain highways in the county of

Clayton.

notes to be

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the

Re-survey. State of Iowa, That the County Judge of Clayton be and he is hereby authorized to cause to be re-surveyed and plated all public high ways in said county, in all cases in Plats. which he shall deem it necessary and expedient so to do, by reason of the loss or destruction of the field notes of the original survey, or in cases of defective survey or records, or in

Field notes. cases of such numerous alterations of any public highway, since the original survey, that its location cannot be accurately determined by the papers now on record in his office.

SEC. 2. That a copy of the field notes together with a Plat and field plat of any highway surveyed under the provisions of this filed. act, shall be filed in the office of the County Judge, and that thereupon the County Judge shall give public notice by publication in some newspaper published within the county, that such survey has been made, and that at some term Notice. of the County Court, not less than twenty days from the date of such publication, he will, unless some good cause be shown against so doing, approve of such survey and plat, and order them to be recorded, as in cases of the original establishment of a public highway. In case objections shall be made by any person, claiming to be injured by the sur

Injury. vey made, the County Judge shall have full power to hear

Record.

Trial, &c. and determine upon the inatter; and may, if deemed adviy

able, order a change to be made in the survey. Upon the final determination of the County Judge, or in case no ob

jection shall be made at the term of the court named in the Approval.

said notice to the survey, he shall approve of the same, and cause the field notes and plat of the highway to be recorded,

as in cases of the establishment or alteration of highways, Established.

and thereafter such record shall be received by all courts as conclusive proof of the establishment and existence of such highway, according to such survey and plat.

Sec. 3. This act shall be in force from and after its pub"Take effect lication, at the expense of the county of Clayton, in The El

kadler Tribune and Clayton County Herald.

APPROVED, July 14th, 1856.

CHAPTER 6.

STATE ROAD.

AN ACT to locate a State Road from Bear Grove to the Missouri River.

Commission

ers.

Bear Grove

to Cincinnati.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That Daniel Brown, of Harrison county, Thomas Seely, of Guthrie county, and Joseph Ilill of Pottawattamie county, Þe and they are liereby appointed Commissioners to locate a State Road, as follows: Beginning at the junction of the State Roads running west from Adel, in Dallas County, and Panora, in Guthrie county (at Bear Grove, in Guthrie county,) thence on the most practicable route to the town of Cincinnati, in Harrison county.

SEC. 2. The said Commissioners or a majority of them shall meet at the house of Thomas Seely, in Guthrie county, on the first day of September next, or within six months thereafter.

Sec. 3. "This act to take effect from and after its publication in the Council Bluffs Bugle and Council Bluffs

Meeting
Place.

Tine.

Take effect.

Chronotype, the expenses of said publication to be paid by the counties through which the road is to run.

APPROVED, July 15th, 1856.

CHAPTER 7.

STATE ROAD.

AN ACT to establish a State Road in the counties of Monroe and Wayne.

Forest Grove

to

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the CommissionState of Iowa, That Joseph B. Teas, John Walker, anders. James Finley, of Monroe county, are hereby appointed commissioners to locate and establish a State Road, commencing at Forest Grove, in Monroe county, thence by way of Bremen and John Walker's Ford, on South Cedar Creek, in Monroe county, and thence to Corydon, the county seat of Corydon. Wayne county. , Said road to be located on county roads running between the several points aforesaid, if, in the judgment of the commissioners, the same can be done, having due regard to the interest of the State, and the people residing on the route.

Sec. 2. That the commissioners above appointed to locate Time and said road, or a majority of them, shall meet on the first place of

meeting Monday of September next, or within sixty days thereafter, at the first mentioned point, and taking to their assistance a surveyor and the necessary chainmen and markers, and after having been sworn to the faithful discharge of their duties respectively, shall proceed to perform the same according to law.

Sec. 3. The commissioners, surveyor, and hands to be Pay. paid as provided by law in such cases, made and provided: but the State shall not be liable for any part of the expenses incurred in the location of said road.

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