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SEC. 4. This act shall take effect from and after its publication in the Iowa City Republican, published in Iowa City.

APPROVED, July 15th, 1856.

I certify that the foregoing act was published in the Iowa Capital Reporter on the 23rd of July, and in the Iowa City Republican on the 24th day of July, A. D., 1856.

GEO. W. MOCLEARY,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER 8.

STATE ROAD.

AN ACT to establish a certain State road therein named.

Bloomfield

to Richland.

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

State of Iowa, That Samuel Robb, of the county of Jefferson, Reuben Miers, of the county of Wapello, and Jefferson Early, of the county of Davis, be and they are hereby appointed Commissioners to locate a State Road, commencing at Bloomfield, Davis county, and running on the nearest and most practicable route, by way of Ashland, Wapello county, thence to Batavia and Brookville, in Jefferson county, thence to Richland, in Keokuk county.

SEC. 2. The Commissioners above appointed, or a ma:

jority of them, shall meet on the first Monday in SeptemTime and place of meet-ber, or within three months thereafter, at Ashland, Wapello, ing. county, and take to their assistance a surveyor and neces

sary chainmen, and after having been sworn to the faithful discharge of their respective duties, shall proceed to locata

said road according to law. State to pay

Sec. 3. Said Commissioners and hands shall be paid as no expense. provided by law; but the State shall in no case be held to.

pay any part of the expenses incurred in locating said road. Take effect.

SEC. 4. This act to be in force after its publication in the Iowa Capital Reporter and Republican,

APPROVED, July 14th, 1856.

I certify that the foregoing act was published in the Igwa Capital Repor: ter and Republican on the 23rd of July, A. D., 1856.

GEO, W. MOCLEARY,

Secretary of State

CHAPTER 9.

STATE ROAD.

AN ACT to locate a State road from Glenwood, Mills county, to Quincy,

in Adams county.

cy,

SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the CommiesionState of Iowa, That David H. Solomon, of Mills county, ers. Amos C. Lowe, of Montgomery county, and John R. Calvin, of Adams county, be and they are hereby appointed Commissioners, to locate a State road, beginning at Glenwood in the county of Mills, thence easterly by the nearest and best route, by Frankford, in Montgomery county, to Quin

in Adams county. SEC. 2. That the Commissioners thus appointed shall on

Time and

place of the first Tuesday of October, or within thirty days thereaf- meeting. ter, meet at Glenwood, and after taking with them the necessary assistants and being duly qualified proceed to the discharge of their duty. SEC. 3. The commissioners, surveyor and assistants above

How paid. specified shall receive pay for their services in establishing said road in accordance with the provision of law in such case made and provided.

SEC. 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from Take effect. and after its publication in the Glenwood Weekly Times.

APPROVED, July 15th, 1856.

I certify that the foregoing act was published in the Glenwood Weekly Times, on the 24th day of July, A. D. 1856.

GEO. W. McCLEARY,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER 10.

STATE ROAD.

AN ACT to locate a State Road from Sidney, Fremont county, Iowa, to

Glenwood, in Mills county.

Commission

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Sidney to Glenwood.

Time & place of meeting.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That Benjamin Rector, of Fremont county, Wm. C. Means, of Montgomery county, and James M. Dews, of Mills county, be and are hereby appointed Commissioners to locate a State Road, beginning on the State Road running north from Sidney to Council Bluffs, at a point near the farm of Augustus Borcher, north of Sidney; thence north to the farm of William P. Martin; thence north westerly on the nearest and best route to Tabor, and from thence to Glenwood, Mills county, State of Iowa.

SEC. 2. That the Commissioners thus appointed shall on the first Tuesday of September, A. D., 1856, or within thirty days thereafter, with the necessary assistants, meet at the Court House, in Sidney, and after being duly qualified, proceed to discharge their duty.

SEC. 3. The Commissioners, surveyors and assistants above specified shall receive pay for their services in establishing said road, in accordance with the provisions of law in such cases made and provided.

Sec. 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Glenwood Weekly Times and Iowa Capitol Reporter without expense to the State.

APPROVED, July 15, 1856.

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Take effect.

Published in the Iowa Capital Reporter, July 30, and Glenwood Weekly Times, July, A. D., 1856,

GEO. W. McCLEARY,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER 11.

STATE ROAD.

AN ACT to locate and establish a certain State Road

Commission

ers.

er's.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That John F. Joice, Pleasant Chitwood, and Jacob Walker, of the county of Boone, be and they are hereby appointed Commissioners to locate a State Road from the town of Marshall, in Marshall county, via Nevada, in Story county, Boonsboro, in Boone county, and Jeffer- Marshall son, in Greene county, to Belvidier and Ashton, in Monona Ashton. county. Sec. 2. That Henry B. Martin, of Webster county, and

CommissionCornelius Beal and E. J. Bowman, of Boone county, be and they are hereby appointed Commsssioners to locate and establish a State road, from Fort Dodge, via the county seat

Fort Dodge to of Calhoun county, the county seat of Carroll county, and Council Bluffs. Shelbyville, in Shelby county, to Council Bluffs. SEC. 3. That the Commissioners above appointed on

Meet.. each separate road, or a majority of them, shall meet at the

Place, first point mentioned on each of said roads, or at such other points as may be by them agreed upon, on the 15th day of Time. August, 1856, or within three months thereafter, and taking Assistanta, to their aid the necessary assistants, proceed to locate said roads according to law, first being duly sworn.

SEC. 4. The Commissioners, surveyor and hands on said roads, to be paid as now provided by law; Provided, that the State shall in no case incur any part of the expense growing out of the location or establishment of the same.

Sec. 5. This act to take effect and be in force from and Take effoet..

Sworn.

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State exempt.

after its passage.

APPROVED, July 14th, 1856.

CHAPTER 12.

STATE ROAD.

AN ACT to locate a State Road from a point near Dewitt to Poston Grove

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DeWitt to

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

State of Iowa, That John F. Homer, William Campbell and John Robb, be and they are hereby appointed Commissioners to locate a State Road from the east line of township number eighty-one (81) north, of range three (3) east of the 5th principal meridian, in Clinton county, and commencing at a point eighty (80) rods north of the half section line of section number thirteen (13) on said town

ship line of section (16) in said township, thence by the most Poston'sGro'e direct and favorable route to Clamshell ford, across the

Wapsepinican river, thence by the best and shortest line to Poston's Grove, so as to intersect at said Grove a Territorial road from Camanche to Iowa City, located according to the provisions of an act of the Territorial Legislature, approved January 7th, 1841.

SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That so much of the TerVacated.

ritorial road mentioned in the preceding section as lies within the said east line of township eighty-one, range three (3) east and Poston's aforesaid, be and is hereby declared vacated

from and after the taking effect of this act. Time & place

Sec. 3. The said Commissioners, or a majority of them,

shall meet on the first Monday of August next, or within meeting.

sixty days thereafter, at the court house in Dewitt, and appoint a surveyor and qualify, and proceed to survey and locate said road, and discharge their duties according to law; but, if any of the said Commissioners die or refuse to serve, the

County Judge of said county of Clinton shall appoint others Vacancy.

in their place forthwith, and they shall proceed to locate Judge appointsaid road, and receive such compensation as is provided by

law, and the County Judge of said county, upon the return of said Commissioners that they have located said road and

of

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