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CH. 151.]

CHAPTER LXIX.

[H. F. 390.

PAYMENT OF BONDS OF COUNTIES, CITIES, AND TOWNS.

AN ACT Providing for the Payment of Bonds hereafter issued APRIL 19.

under Chapter 58 (xix.) of the Laws of the Fourteenth General Assembly.

pay city and

12: ch. x

Provision prohibiting com

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of 1870; ch. 54. the State of Iowa, That section five of chapter fifty-four Bonds issued to of the laws of the Thirteenth General Assembly shall be, county debts may and is hereby, made applicable to any bonds hereafter througheted it or issued by towns, cities, or counties, under chapter fifty- of State. eight (xix.) of the laws of the Fourteenth General Assem- 1872 bly.

SEO. 2. Section six of said chapter fifty-four of the pounding of rail. laws of the Thirteenth General Assembly is hereby pealed repealed.

SEO. 3. This act, being deemed of immediate impor- In force when. tance by the General Assembly, shall take effect from and after its publication in the State Register, and Leader, papers published at Des Moines, Iowa.

Approved, April 19th, 1872.

road bonds re

I hereby certify that the foregoing act was published in the Daily Stat. Leader, April 23, and in the Daily Iowa State Register, April 24, 1872.

ED WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

Ch. 152.]

CHAPTER LXX.

[H. F. 312.

APPEALS FROM HARDIN AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES.

AN ACT to Allow all Appeals to the Supreme Court from the APRIL 19.

Counties of Hardin and Franklin to the Regular Terms of said
Court, held at Des Moines instead of Dubuque; and to Transfer
all Causes pending at Dubuque, from said Counties therein.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Appeals to Suthe State of Iowa, That hereafter all cases of appeal to the preme Court from Supreme Court from the counties of Hardin and Frank- Hardin to be lin shall be heard at the terms of said court to be held at capital. Des Moines, and all causes docketed and now pending in

Franklin and

heard at the

and all cate terms of Saif Hardinappeal to the appeala to su:

go to argument term.

or in a to any otheme Court may, fect and be ine

By consent, may said Supreme Court at Dubuque, shall be transferred to

and heard at Des Moines ; but with the consent of the appellee, expressed in writing on the notice of appeal, or in a separate instrument, the appellant may take such appeal to any other place in the State where an argument term of the Supreme Court may be held.

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from In force when. and after its publication in the Iowa State Register, and

State Leader, newspapers published at Des Moines, Iowa.

Approved, April 19th, 1872.

I hereby certify that the foregoing act was published in the Daily State Leader, April 23, and in the Daily Torou State Register, April 24, 1872.

ED WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

CH. 153.]

CHAPTER LXXI.

[H. F. 129.

READING OF WILLS.

APRIL 19.

AN ACT to Amend Section Three, Chapter One hundred and

fifty-eight, of the Laws of tbe Thirteenth General Assembly, in Relation to reading Wills.

court may read will in vacation,

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of 1870: ch. 158. the State of Iowa, That section three, chapter one hundred

and fifty-eight, of the laws of the Thirteenth General

Assembly be, and the same is hereby, amended to read as Clerk of circuit follows : “ Any person having the custody of a will,

“shall, at the first stated term of the court after being “informed of the death of the testator, bring the same “into open court, where it shall be publicly read; or such “will may be filed with, opened, and read by the clerk in 66 vacation.”

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 State Register, and State Leader, newspapers published in Des Moines, Iowa.

Approved, April 19th, 1872.

I hereby certify that the foregoing act was published in the Daily State Leader, April 23, 1872, and in the Daily Iowa State Register, April 24, 1872.

ED WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

Ch. 154.7

CHAPTER LXXII.

CH. F. 73.

CITY AND TOWNSHIP ASSESSORS.

AF ACT to Amend Section T'wo, of Chapter One hundred and APRIL 19.

seventy-three, of the Laws of the Ninth General Assembly.

Tp. assessor. by

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly 1862: ch. 173. of the State of Iowa, That section two, of chapter one hundred and seventy-three, of the laws of the Ninth General Assembly, be, and is hereby, amended, by adding to the said section the following, to-wit : “ Provided, That if an additional assessor is elected by any whom elected, in “incorporated city, the assessor for the township in whicho “such city is situate shall be elected by the qualified elect“ors residing in said township outside of the limits of said “ city.”

Approved, April 19th, 1872.

certain cases,

Ch. 156.]

CHAPTER LXXIII.

H. F. 175.

SUB-DISTRICTS MAY BECOME INDEPENDENT DISTRICTS.

AN ACT Providing for the Organization of Independent School- APRIL 19.

Districts.

be made inde

called at request

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly Sub-districts may of the State of Iowa, That the sub-districts of any dis- pendent districts. trict-township may be constituted separate and independent school-districts, in the manner hereinafter provided.

SEO. 2. At the written request of one-third of the Election to be legal voters residing in any district-township, the board of of % of voters of directors shall call a meeting of the qualified electors of district. the school-district-township, at the usual place of holding the annual meeting of the board of directors of such district-township, by giving at least ten days' notice thereof by posting three written notices in each sub-district in the township, and by publication in a newspaper, if one be published in the township; at which meeting the said electors shall vote by ballot for or against a separate organization.

SEC. 3. Should a majority of the votes be cast in Effect of vote for favor of such separate organization, the board of directors zation.

Effect of vote for separate organi:

Board of only three directors, when.

Name of new district.

shall call meetings, in each sub-district in the township, 1870 ch.8. of the qualified electors thereof, in the manner and for

the purpose as provided in section three, chapter eight, of the laws of the Thirteenth General Assembly : Provided, That if the number of inhabitants of any such sub-districts does not exceed five hundred, then but three directors shall be chosen, who shall hold their offices one, two, and three years, respectively, the length of their respective terins to be determined by lot, and but one director shall be chosen annually thereafter, who shall hold his office three years.

SEO. 4.' At the meetings of the electors of each subdistrict, as provided in the last section, they shall also determine by ballot the name to be given to their district, and each district, when so organized, shall be a body corporate, and the name so chosen shall be its corporate

name : Provided, That the board of directors of any Change of same. district organized under the provisions of this act may

change its name, if any other district in the township shall have chosen the same name.

Seo. 5. Districts organized under the provisions of this act, shall be governed and treated in every respect as provided by the law creating independent school-districts.

SEO. 6. When any district-township is divided into Directors of dis- independent school-districts under the provisions of this make division of act, then the old board of directors of the district-town

ship shall make such a division of assets and liabilities of Ninth G.A.ch such district-township as is provided by section four, chap.

ter one hundred and seventy-two, laws of 1862.

SEO. 7. 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 Leader, and Iowa State

New districts, how governed.

trict-township to

assets.

172,

Reblication take offect being des

Approved, April 19th, 1872.

I hereby certify that the foregoing act was published in the Daily State Leader, and Daily Iowa State Register, April 25, 1872.

ED WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

Ch. 157.]

CHAPTER LXXIV.

[H. F. 357.

RETURNS OF ELECTIONS.

AN ACT Providing for the Return of Poll-Books to the County- APRIL 19.

Auditor.

cierk to deliver poll-book to co, auditor.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Tp. trustee or Stateof Iowa, That, at each general or special election poll book to co. which may be held hereafter, that it shall be the duty of one of the township trustees or township clerk to deliver to the county-auditor, within two days from the time the election was held, the original copy of said pollbooks of said township. The person so delivering shall receive for said service such per diem and mileage as allowed by law to grand jurors.

Approved, April 19th, 1872.

CH. 158.]

CHAPTER LXXV.

[H. F. 437.

TRUSTEES OF SOLDIERS' ORPHANS' HOMES.

AN ACT to amend Chapter 92 of the Acts of the Eleventh Gen- April 19.

eral Assembly.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of 1866: ch. 92. the State of Iowa, That section two in chapter ninetytwo, of the acts of the Eleventh General Assembly, is hereby stricken out, and the following inserted : The Board of Trustees of the Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Homes B. shall consist of one person from each of the respective to consist of one counties wherein said Homes are located, and one from in which is a the State at large, who shall be appointed by the General large. Assembly for two years, and until their successors are elected and qualified : Provided, further, That the county recorder, in the respective couoties wherein said Homes to a are located, shall act in connection with the resident Trus- dent trustee in tee in making quarterly settlements with Orphan[s'] ments his comHomes Superintendents, for which service he shall be allowed the sum of three dollars per day, to be allowed and drawn the same as the mileage of Trustees are [is] drawn.

• Board of Trustees

from each county

Home, and one at

County recorder to act with resi

making settle

pensation,

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