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but, if they shall not exceed the amount offered, the costs shall be adjudged against the said claimant, and, until paid, shall stand as a judgment against his property, the same as though rendered in any other suit.

SEC. 11. It shall be the duty of each board to make a full Report ts. Secrereport of their proceedings to the Secretary of State and to the tribunal transacting county business of each county through which their road shall pass, and said report shall be accompanied by a map or chart, showing the length of the road in miles, and the counties, townships, section and quarter section lines through which it passes.

Sec. 12. It shall be the duty of the several boards of com- Located on best missioners, in creating the various roads provided for in this act, to locate the same upon the best possible ground, consistent with straight and direct lines, as near as possible, avoiding, in all cases, making two or more angles where good ground for a road can be had upon a direct course, with but one angle, and whenever a county, Territorial or State road has been provisionally laid out in the direction of the proposed State road, then, provided such road be practicable, the commissioners shall accept such county, Territorial or State road as the proposed State road, and the said commissioners shall be entitled to no compensation for such when. location.

Sec. 13. Upon the receipt of the said report, it shall be the Duty of commisduty of the board of county commissioners of any county through which said road shall pass, immediately to cause said road to be opened through said county according to law; Provided, That, if any of the said roads shall be located through any field with crops growing therein, or shall be located as otherwise to require the removal of any fence, the said board of county commissioners shall allow a reasonable time for opening the same.

Sec. 14. The roads heretofore laid out by authority of law, Territorial roads and known as Territorial roads, are hereby declared State roads, roads. and shall be kept open and in repair, according to the provisions of the general road law.

Sec. 15. The State shall, in no case, be responsible for any State pay no exexpenses incurred in the location of the roads herein provided for.

Sec. 16. This act shall take effect and be in force from and Tako efoot when. after its publication.

Approved June 4, 1861.

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This certifies that the above bill became a law by publication in the Topeka “ State Record,” on the 24th day of June A. D., 1861.

J. W. ROBINSON,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER LXXI.

AN ACT to declare the Road from Atchison to Clifton, on the Republican Fork, a

State Road.

Road from Atchison to Republican Fork a State road.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. That the road leading from Atchison on the Missouri river, running thence west on.or near the first standard parallel line, by way of the towns of Lancaster, Muscotah, Eureka, America and Irving City, to Clifton on the Republican Fork, be and is hereby declared a State road, and shall be put in order and kept in repair as provided for by laws for State roads.

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication.

Approved April 27, 1861.

Kept in order.

Take effect when,

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State road.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SEOTION 1. That that portion of the survey extending through Wyandott, Johnson, Douglas and Franklin counties, made under the provisions of an act entitled “An Act to establish certain Territorial Roads," approved February 7th, 1859, known as a road running from Wyandott, southwest, towards Santa Fe, one hundred and fifty miles, and all changes made therein, either by Legislative enactments or county or township officers be and the same is hereby declared a good and valid State road.

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SEC. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and when to take ef. after its passage.

Approved May 21, 1861.

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CHAPTER LXXIII.

AN ACT to establish a State Road from Paola to Moneka.

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Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. That the road from Paola, in Lykins county ; Certain road dethence through Fountana, to the southern boundary of said coun- road. ty; thence west one-half mile, along the southern boundary of said county; thence south, on a township road, to the southern boundary of Scott township, in Linn county, and thence south to Moneka, in said county, be and the same is hereby declared to be a State road.

SEC. 2. That Riley Barber and Jonathan Hodgron be and are Riley Barber and hereby appointed commissioners to view survey and locate a road commissioners. from the terminus of said road, on the southern boundary of said Scott township, on the most direct and practicable route, to the town of Moneka, in said county; said road to be located and said commissioners to be governed, in all things, by the provissions of the general act, in force, regulating the survey and location of State roads ; Provided, That the expenses incurred in Espenses not to the location of said road are not to be taxed to the State or the or counties. counties in which said road is located.

SEC. 3. This act to take effect and be in force from and after its publication in a newspaper published in Topeka.

Approved June 4, 1861.

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I hereby certify that the above bill became a law by publication in the Topeka “ State Record,” June 15th, 1861.

J. W. ROBINSON,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER LXXIV.

AN ACT to extend the provisions of an act entitled “An Act defining the mode of

Laying out and Establishing Roads,” to the County of Doniphan.

provisions of a certain act

Conflicting acts are repealed.

Repealing an aet relating to roads sad highways.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Extending the

Section 1. That the provisions of an act entitled “An Act county of Donate defining the mode of Laying out and Establishing Roads,” ap

proved February 27th, 1860, be and the same are hereby extended to the county of Doniphan.

SEC. 2. All acts and parts of acts conflicting with this act are hereby repealed.

Sec. 3. An act entitled "An Act relating to Roads, Highways and Bridges in Doniphan county, and providing for the levying of Taxes to pay for the same," approved February 25th, 1860, is hereby repealed.

SEC. 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication.

Approved June 3, 1861.

Take effect when.

CHAPTER LXXV.

AN ACT to establish the Salaries of the State Officers, Justices of the Supreme

Court, Judges of the District Court, and Officers of the Legislature.

Compensation allowed to certain officers.

Governor two thousand dollars.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. That the persons and officers herein mentioned shall be entitled to receive, for their services, the compensation herein allowed, and no other, except as may be otherwise provided by law.

SEC. 2. That the Governor shall be entitled to receive for his services, annually, the sum of two thousand dollars.

SEC. 3. That the Lieutenant Governor shall be entitled to receive for his services the sum of six dollars per day, during the sitting of the Legislature, and, also, the sum of six dollars for every twenty miles of travel in going to and returning from each

Lieut. Governor six dollars per day.

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dollars.

dollars.

twelve hundred

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one thousand dol. lars,

in addition to per

regular or special session of the Legislature; and, while acting as Governor, he shall receive the same salary as the Governor.

SEC. 4. The chief justice of the supreme court shall be entitled salaries of Justito receive for his services the sum of eighteen hundred dollars per annum.

Sec. 5. The associate justices of the supreme court, and the judges of the district court, shall each be entitled to receive for his services the sum of fifteen hundred dollars per annum.

Sec. 6. The Secretary of State shall be entitled to receive for Secretary of State his services the sum of fifteen hundred dollars per annum.

Sec. 7. The Auditor of State shall receive for his services the Auditor of State sum of fifteen hundred dollars per annum.

SEC. 8. The Treasurer of State shall be entitled to receive for State Treasarer his services the sum of twelve hundred dollars per annum.

Sec. 9. The State Superintendent of Public Instruction shall state Supe: Pabbe entitled to receive for his services the sum of twelve hundred twelve hundred dollars per annum.

SEC. 10. The Attorney General shall be entitled to receive for Att'y. General his services the sum of ten hundred dollars per annum.

Sec. 11. The Speaker of the House of Representatives shall, speaker of House in addition to his per diem allowance as member of the House, adidinti receive for his services the sum of three dollars for each day that he may actually preside as such Speaker ; and, in case of his absence or inability to attend the session of the House, then the Speaker pro tem. shall receive such compensation.

SEC. 12. The chief clerk of the House of Representatives and Saleries of minor the Secretary of the Senate shall each receive, for the time actually employed in service, the sum of five dollars per day; and all the other clerks, sergeant-at-arms and door-keeper, and their assistants, of the Senate and IIouse of Representatives, shall each receive for his services the sum of three dollars per day, for the time actually employed in such service; and the chief clerk of the House and Secretary of the Senate shall be allowed ten cents per folio for transcribing the journals of the House and Senate into books, to be deposited in the office of the Secretary of State; and that the Secretary of State shall be authorized to ascertain the amount due for such service; and, on the certificate of said Secretary, the Auditor shall draw warrants on the Treasurer for such amount.

Sec. 13. The messengers of the Senate and House of Repre- Messengers. sentatives shall each receive for their services the sum of one dollar and fifty cents per day.

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