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APPENDIX F.

Laws to be Repealed by the County Law.

(EXPLANATION.- Page reference is to eighth edition Revised Statutes. Section reference immediately following is to the text of the revision, which will take the place of the laws repealed.)

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R. S., page 1018, section 3 of the Revision. SECTION 1. Each county, as a body corporate has capacity, 1. To sue and be sued in the manner prescribed by law:

2. To purchase and hold lands within its own limits, and for the use of its inhabitants; subject to the power of the legislature over such limits.

3. To make such contracts, and to purchase and hold such personal property, as may be necessary to the exercise of its corporate or administrative powers: And,

4. To make such orders for the disposition, regulation, or use of its corporate property, as may be deemed conducive to the interests of its inhabitants,

§ 2. No county shall possess or exercise any corporate pow except such as are enumerated in this chapter; or shall be especially given by law; or shall be necessary to the exercise of the powers, so enumerated or given.

$ 3. All acts and proceedings by or against a county in its corporate capacity, shall be in the name of the board of supervisors of such county; but every conveyance of lands within the limits of such county, made in any manner, for the use or benefit of its inhabitants, shall have the same effect as if made to the board of supervisors.

$ 4. The powers of a county as a body politic can only be exercised by the board of supervisors thereof, or in pursuance of a resolution by them adopted.

Id., page 1019, section 4 of Revision. § 5. When a county seized of lands shall be divided into two or more counties, or shall be altered in its limits, by the annexing of a part of its territory, to another county or counties, each county shall become seized to its own use, of such part of said lands as shall be included within its limits, as settled by such division or alteration.

$ 6. When a county possessed of, or entitled to, money, rights and credits, or other personal property, is so divided or altered, such property shall be apportioned between the counties interested therein, by the supervisors and county treasurers thereof, as to them or a majority of them, shall appear to be just and equitable. They shall meet for that purpose, at such time as shall be prescribed by the law making such division or alteration.

$ 7. Debts owing by a county so divided or altered, shall be apportioned in the manner prescribed in the preceding section; and each county shall thereafter be charged therewith, according to such apportionment.

Id., page 1020, section 10 of Revision. Section 1. The supervisors of the several cities and towns in each of the counties of this State, shall meet annually in their respective counties, for the despatch of business as a board of supervisors. They may also hold special meetings, at such times and places as they may find convenient; and shall have power to adjourn from time to time, as they may deem necessary.

Id., page 1020, section 12 of Revision. § 4. The board of supervisors of each county in this State, shall have power at their annual meetings, or at any other meeting.

1. To make such orders concerning the corporate property of the county, as they may deem expedient:

2. To examine, settle, and allow all accounts chargeable against such county; and to direct the raising of such sums as may be necessary to defray the same:

3. To audit the accounts of town officers and other persons, against their respective towns; and to direct the raising of such sums as may be necessary to defray the same: And,

4. To perform all other duties which may be enjoined on them by any law of this State.

§ 5. A majority of the supervisors of any county shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business; and all questions which shall arise at their meetings, shall be determined by the votes of the supervisors present.

$ 6. The board of supervisors shall sit with open doors, and all persons may attend their meetings.

$ 7. They shall at each annual meeting, choose one of their number as chairman, who shall preside at such meeting, and at all other meet

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