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[H. F. 353.
BRIDGES ACROSS BOUNDARY LINE OF STATE.
An ACT to Amend Chapter Six [i.] of the Acts of the Fourteenth APRIL 24.
General Assembly of the State of Iowa, entitled “An Act "authorizing the Appropriation of Money to build Bridges,” approved, January 31, 1872.
appropriate money for bridge
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly 1872: chapter i. of the State of Iowa, That section one of chapter six [i.] a of the acts of the Fourteenth General Assembly of the State of Iowa, entitled “ An act authorizing the appropria“ tion of money to build bridges," approved January 31, 1872, be amended by adding the following, after the supervisors may words “ within the limits of said county,” to-wit: “ Or appropriate mon“may appropriate towards the construction of any bridge across State line. “ across any unnavigable river which is the dividing line “ between one county in this State and another State."
SEO. 2. That section two of the act aforesaid be Powers of cities amended by adding thereto the following, to-wit: “ Or construction of “ may appropriate a like sum to aid in the construction of bridges increased. “any bridge contiguous to said city on a road leading to the “same, including also any bridge across any unnavigable “river which divides the county in which said city is “ located from another State."
Approved, April 24th, 1872.
S. F. 275.
TRUSTEES OF THE REFORM SCHOOL.
AN ACT to Repeal Section Two of Chapter Fifty-nine, of the Laws APRIL 24.
of the Twelfth General Assembly, and Enact a Substitute therefor.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assenzbly 1868: ch.59, § 2, of the State of Iowa, That section two, of chapter fifty- sup nine, of the laws of the Twelfth General Assembly be, and the same is hereby, repealed, and the following enacted in lieu thereof: “ There shall be a Board of Trus- Board of Truse
tees to consist of “ tees, whose name and style shall be the Board of five. “ Trustees of the Iowa Reform School, which shall con“sist of five persons, who shall be appointed by the
How appointed. “ General Assembly, no two of whom shall be taken
6 from the same congressional district, and shall hold “their offices for six years, and until their successors are
“ elected and qualified. All vacancies occurring in said Vacancies.
“ Board by death, resignation, or otherwise, shall be filled “ by appointment of [by] the Governor of the State.”
SEC. 2. This act, being deemed of immediate imporIn force when.tance, shall take effect and be in force from and after its
publication in the Iowa State Register, and Des Moines Leader, newspapers published at Des Moines, Iowa.
Approved, April 24th, 1872.
I hereby certify that the foregoing act was published in the Daily Iowa State Register, and in the Daily State Leader, May 1, 1872.
ED WRIGHT, Secretary of State.
[H. F. 240.
TAXES FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES.
AN ACT to Amend Chapter One Hundred Seventy-two Laws of the
Ninth General Assembly, and the Acts amendatory thereto, in
specific sums fo the several funds.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly 1862: ch. 172. of. the State of Iowa, That all taxes hereafter voted and
levied under the provisions of chapter 172, laws of the Ninth General Assembly, and the acts amendatory
thereto, shall be after the following manner, to-wit: Each Districts to vote school district-township and independent school-district
der shall vote the several specific sums of money deemed by
them necessary to be raised for school-house fund, teachers' fund, and contingent fund, respectively, in their respective school-districts, at the same time as now pro
vided by law, and the secretary of each district-township, Secretary to cer- or independent school-district, shall certify the several
sums so voted to the board of supervisors, designating the School-house tax amount of school-house tax to be levied in each sub-district,
20-018 who, in levying the said taxes, shall determine and fix, as Board of super, near as may be, the per centum necessary to be levied visors to fix per upon the property of each sub-district, township, or inde
pendent school-district, in order to realize the respective
in each sub-district.
* See chapter xxi.
mim not to be exceeded.
sums so certified, due regard being had, in all cases, to the proper apportionment of the school-house fund tax between the several sub-districts of any district-township as now provided by law: Provided, always, That the Proviso: maxiper centum so levied shall in no case exceed the limit now m fixed by law, but, in case the board of supervisors ascertain that the specific sum certified is greater than the maximum per centum now authorized will produce, the board shall nevertheless levy such maximum limit; and the amount raised for contingent fund “shall not exceed “ five dollars per scholar, and the amount raised for " teachers' fund,” including the amount received from the semi-annual apportionment, shall not exceed fifteen dollars per scholar, for each scholar residing in the district-township, or independent district for which the tax is levied. The number of persons between the ages of five and twenty-one years, as shown by the last report of the county superintendent, shall, for the purposes of this act, be deemed the number of scholars in each school-district.
Seo. 2. All acts or parts of acts, inconsistent with this act, are hereby repealed.
Approved, April 24th, 1872.
CHAPTER CXXXIII. .
[S. F. 151.
AN ACT to Amend Chapter 172, of the Acts of the Ninth General April 25.
Assembly, passed April 8, 1862, in Relation to Schools; also
aries of township
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of 1862: ch. 172. the State of Iowa, That section four, of said chapter one Provision for disa hundred and seventy-two, is hereby amended by inserting trict when boundtherein, immediately after the first word “when,” the are changed. words, “ Changes in civil township boundaries are made, “or:” also by inserting, immediately after the words “ for “both or all of the new districts," the words, “ Or parts “of districts;" also to amend the last clause of said section four to read as follows: "A similar division shall be Division of assets. “made in case of a formation or changes of boundaries of “independent districts, or the consolidation or other Independent dis“ change in the boundaries of civil townships."
Sec. 2: Section sixty-nine of said chapter is hereby
sertne w districts. Last Clause of said ball be di
of teachers' ceran UVODS tificate.
Investigation be- amended by adding thereto the following, to-wit: After fore, revocanion an investigation of facts in the case, of which investiga
tion the teacher shall have personal notice, and he shall be permitted to be present and make his defense.
SEO. 3. Section ninety-one of said chapter is hereby Independent dis- amended by inserting, immediately after the words “may trict may be « be changed," the words, Or the independent district
Seo. 4. This act, being deemed of immediate imporIn force when. tance, shall take effect and be in force from and after its
publication in the Daily State Register, and Iowa State Leader, newspapers published at Des Moines.
Approved, April 25th, 1872.
I hereby certify that the foregoing act was published in the Daily Iovu State Register, and in the Iowa State Leader, May 2, 1872.
ED WRIGHT, Secretary of State.
CH. F. 136.
FEES OF JUSTICES AND CONSTABLES.
AN ACT to Repeal Sections Four thousand one hundred and forty
nine and Four thousand one hundred and fifty-two, of Chapter 162, of the Revision of 1860—Fees of Justices of the Peace and Constables.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly Rev.:$$ 4149 and of the State of Iowa, That sections 4149 and 4152, of 4152 superseded. the Revision of 1860, be repealed, and the following
be substituted therefor:
Constable's fees. To serving any notice or civil process on each per
son named therein ...........
On all sums collected on execution, and paid over, (except costs,) five per cent., of which shall be added to the costs: Provided, That, when five per cent. has been paid Constables fees to such constable, no further percentage shall be paid over to the justice under this act.
Serving each subpæna (besides mileage,........)$0.15
...... .30 For serving each scire facins (besides mileage......
Docketing each case in any action except in garnishment proceedings........
.30 Justice's fees. Issuing each original notice.... Issuing writ of attachment or replevin..... Drawing and approving bond when required in any
case................... Entering judgment by confession after suit brought. .50 Entering judgment by confession not on suit brought ............................
connected with suits before him.........
of any kind......................
hours or fraction thereof...................... 1.00
For all moneys collected and paid over after suit brought without judgment, 5 per cent.