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Order filed.

Publication,

their hands, the time of holding the terms of the district and circuit courts in each county of their districts, for the two years next ensuing the first Monday of January thereafter, which order shall be filed forth with with the clerk of the district court of each county in such district, and which order or notice thereof shall be published in each county of said district; and at least one term of each court

shall be held in each organized county in the State. That Saving clause. no process, writ, notice, petition, indictment, or other paper

issued out of, returnable to, or to be tried in any of the courts in any district or circuit, and made returnable to or triable at any term fixed by law therein, shall be quashed, set aside, or in any manner invalidated by reason of any. thing in this act, or in chapter 62 [xxii.] of the laws of the Fourteenth General Assembly, or by the acts of said judges in fixing said times, but the same shall be held to be returnable to and triable at the times by said judges under the provisions of this act in the respective counties of such district; and in any county, wherein the time of holding any term of either of the courts herein named is changed, such process, writ, notice, petition, indictment, or other paper, shall be held to be returnable and triable at the first term of such court as fixed by said judges."

Approved, April 23d, 1872.

Ch. 213.]

CHAPTER CXIV.

[H. F. 348.

LIST OF DEAF AND DUMB.

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AN ACT to Provide Information concerning the Deaf and Dumb.

ent to report list of deaf and dumb,

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly Co. Superintend- of the State of Iowa, That it shall be the duty of each

county superintendent of common schools in this State to report on the first day of November of each year, to the Superintendent of the Iowa Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, the name, age, and post-office address of every deaf and dumb person between the ages of five and twenty-one, who resides in the county in which he is superintendent, including all such persons as may be deaf to such an extent as to be unable to acquire an education in the common schools.

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secretary.

SEO. 2. It shall be the duty of the secretary of each Duty of district school-district to furnish the information above required with his annual report to the county superintendent.

Approved, April 23d, 1872.

Ch. 214.]

CHAPTER CXV.

[H. F. 121.

APPRAISEMENT OF PROPERTY ON EXECUTION.

AN ACT to Amend an act entitled “An Act to amend Sections APRIL 28.

“3362 and 3363 of the Revision of 1860,” being Chapter Fifty--
one of the Laws of the Tenth General Assembly.

Rev.:

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly 1864: ch. 41. of the State of Iowa, That section one of chapter fifty- Bee one of the laws of the Tenth General Assembly, being an amendment to sections 3362 and 3363 of the Revision of 1860, be and the same is hereby amended, by striking out Officer serving. in the fourth line from the bottom of said section the word idird appraiser. “th[e]y,” and insert(ing] the words, “the officer serving “the writ.” Also, add to said section the following: “And, if a majority of said appraisers fail to agree upon In case of disa“such appraisement, then such appraisers shall be dis- greement, new “charged by the sheriff and new appraisers appointed in appointed. “the manner aforesaid until an appraisement shall be 6 agreed upon.”

SEC. 2. *This act, being deemed of immediate impor- In force when. tance, shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Daily State Register, and Daily State Leader, newspapers published at Des Moines, Iowa.

Approved, April 23d, 1872.

appraisers to be

I hereby certify that the foregoing act was published in the Daily Iowa State Register, April 30, and in the Daily State Leader, May 1, 1872.

ED WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

Ch. 216.]

CHAPTER CXVI.*

[S. F. 279.

PAY OF TRUSTEES OF REFORM SCHOOL.

APRIL 24.

AN ACT Supplemental to an Act providing for the permanent

Location of the Iowa Reform School.

school.house, to

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assenzbly Trustees in locat- of the State of Iowa, That the Board of Trustees of the ing and building Iowa Reform School, while employed in locating and receive $3 per superintending the erection of buildings for said School,

shall receive the sum of three dollars per day and their actual traveling expenses, the amount due each Trustee to be certified to by the president and secretary of said

buildind in notees

penses.

Board."tified to expense three

Treasurer's bond;

how approved.

Seo. 2. The treasurer of said Board of Trustees shall give bond in a sufficient amount, to be approved by the Census Board.

Seo. 3. This act, being deemed of immediate importance, shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Iowa State Register, and State Leader.

Approved, April 24th, 1872.

In force when

I hereby certify that the foregoing act was published in the Daily Iowa State Register, May 1, and in the Daily State Leader, May 2, 1872.

ED WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

Ch. 217.]

CHAPTER CXVII.

[S. F. 84.

AMENDATORY OF THE GAME LAW.

APRIL 24.

AN ACT to Amend Chapter 113, Acts of the Twelfth General

Assembly, entitled An Act to protect Game.

or trap deer and

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly 1968: ch. 113. of the State of Iowa, That chapter 113 of the laws of the Unlawful to kill Twelfth General Assembly, are [is] hereby amended, by prairie chickens striking out the word “ first” in the sixth line of section before Aug. 15. one of said chapter, and insert [ing] the word “ fifteenth”

therefor; also strike out the first and second provisos, and

* See chapter Lxxyii.

game,

Unlawful to kill

Unlawful to kill

insert the following therefor: Provided, Except on his Unlawful to trap “ own premises, it shall be unlawful for any person to net, “ ensnare, or trap any of said game. And provided further, That, except on his own premises, it shall be quail. “ unlawful for any person to shoot, kill, net, ensnare, or " trap any quail at any time of the year. And provided further, That it shall be unlawful for any person to kill, or trap miuk, “ensnare, or trap any beaver, mink, otter, or muskrat, April 1 and No6 between the first day of April and the first day of vember 1. “ November in each year, except that it shall be lawful "to shoot quai! on the premises of another within the Qnail may be “ time designated in the act to which this act is an amend“ment, with the consent of the owner or occupant thereof.” ises.

Approved, April 24th, 1872.

etc., between

shot with consent of owner of prem

Ch. 218 ]

CHAPTER CXVIII.

[S. F. 186.

COMPENSATION OF FUTURE GENERAL ASSEMBLIES.

AN ACT Fixing the Compensation of Members of the General APRIL 24.

Assembly, and of Officers and Employees thereof.

and adjourned sessions,

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

for regular ses. of the State of Iowa, That the compensation of members, sions, $550. officers, and employees of future General Assemblies shall be as follows :—To every member, for each regular session five hundred and fifty dollars, and for each extra and adjourned session the same compensation per diem Do. for extra while in session, to be ascertained by the rate per diem of an the compensation of the members of the General Assembly at the next preceding regular session, and for every twenty miles in going to and returning from the place Mileage. where the General Assembly is held, by the nearest traveled route, three dollars. To the secretary of the Senate Secretary and

clerk, $8 per day. and chief clerk of the House, each, eight dollars per day. To the assistant clerk of the House and assistant secre- A3318

' Assistant do., $7 taries of the Senate, each, seven dollars per day. To the Engrossing and

le enrolling clerks, engrossing and enrolling clerks, each, five dollars per day. $5. To the sergeants-at-arms, doorkeepers, janitors, postmas- Senger ters, mail-carriers, and their assistants, each, four dollars ers, etc., $4. per day. To the clerks of committees, each, three dol- Clerks of com

mittees, $3. lars per day. To the messengers and paper-folders, each, Messengers and two dollars per day.

where thate, three of the Holthe Housllars per ollars per

arms, postmasttion,

paper-folders, $2,

Seo. 2. That the above shall be the only and full comFull compensa- pensation to such members, officers, and employees, and

no allowance of stationery, postage, newspapers, or other No allowances or perquisites shall be made, except the stationery necessary

for the clerks aforesaid.

Approved, April 24th, 1872.

perquisites.

Ch. 219.)

CHAPTER CXIX.

[H. F. 176.

RIGHT OF WAY.

April 24._

AN ACT to Amend Section 1317, of Chapter 55, of the Revision,

appeal from award of free. holders.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly Rev. ; $ 1817. of the State of Iowa, That the following part of section

1317, of chapter 55, of the Revision of 1860, be and the Costs in cases of same is hereby repealed, viz.: “In no case shall said

“corporation be liable for the costs on appeal, unless the

owner of such real estate shall be adjudged, and entitled “upon the appeal to a greater amount of damages than 6 was awarded by said freeholders,” and in lieu thereof the following be substituted, viz.. In cases of appeal, the appellant shall pay the costs of the appeal, unless such appellant recover a more favorable judgment than the appraisement of such freeholders.

Approved, April 24th, 1872.

Ch. 220.]

CHAPTER CXX.

[S. F. 160.

DITCHES, DRAINS, AND WATER COURSES.

APRIL 24.

AN ACT to Provide for locating, establishing, and constructing

Ditches, Drains, and Water-courses.

sors in larger

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly County supervi- of the State of Iowa, That tbe county supervisors of any counties, may county, having not less than ten thousand population, construct ditches, drains, or shall have power at any regular sossion, whenever, in

their opinion, the same is demanded by, or will be conducive to, the public health, convenience, or welfare, to

water-courses, when.

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