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of the State of Iowa, That it shall be unlawful for the Unlawful to owner of any horse, mule, or ass, or any person having import horses the same in charge, knowingly to import, or bring into &c., when this State, any horse, mule, or ass, affected by the dis

diseased.

Punishedeases known as Nasal Gleet, Glanders, or Button-farcey; and any person so offending, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, on conviction, be Ilow declarpunished by a fine of not less than fifty dollars, nor ed a misde. more than five hundred dollars, and in default of

payment, shall be imprisoned for any period not to exceed twelve months; or by both fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the Court.

SEC. 2. Any person, being the owner of horses, Owners sufmules, or asses, or having the same in charge, that are fering certain known to be diseased with Nasal Gleet, Glanders, or diseased ani.

mals to run at Button-farcey, that shall suffer the same to run at large large, or sellupon any common, highway, or uninclosed land, or ingor trading use, or tie the same in any public place, or off his or such animals, their own premises, or who shall sell, trade or offer the guilty of missame for sale or trade, knowing the same to be so dis- to be punisheased, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, on ed-how. conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than fifty dollars, nor more than five hundred dollars, and, in default of payment, shall be imprisoned for any period not to exceed twelve months, or by both fine and imprisonment, at the discretion of the Court.

Sec. 3. All fines recovered under the provisions of Fines, how this Act, shall be paid into the County Treasury, for disposed of. the benefit of the School Fund.

Sec. 4. Nothing in this Act shall be so construed as Persons into prevent any person that may be injured by the im-jured by ofportation, selling, trading, allowing to run at large, or this act may exposing in public places, of horses, mules, or asses, recover dam. known to be diseased with Nasal Gleet, Glanders, or ages in civil Button-farcey, from recovering damages in a civil action, against any person or persons, who may so import, sell, trade, allow to run at large, or otherwise expose in public places, or outside of their own premises, any such aniinals.

Sec. 5. Should any horse, mule, or ass, reasonably Diseased anisupposed to be diseased with Nasal Gleet, Glanders, or

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at largeButton-farcey, be found running at large, without any how disposed known owner, it shall be lawful for the finder thereof, of. to take the horse, mule, or ass, so found, before some Justice of the Peace, who shall forth with cause the same to be examined by some veterinary surgeon, or other person skilled in such diseases, and if, on examination, it is ascertained to be so diseased, it shall be

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CHAPTER 11.

THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

AN ACT defining the times of kolding Courts in the Third Judi.

cial District.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly Former Act of the State of Iowa, That an Act entitled “An Act to amended. define the times of holding Courts in the Third Judicial

District,” in this State, approved January 25, 1864, be

so amended as to read as follows: That the District 3d District Court within and for the Third Judicial District, in the

State of Iowa, shall be held at the times and places

herein designated : Council At Council Bluffs City, in Pottawattamie county, on Bluffs.

the fourth Monday in January and July of each year.

At Glenwood, in Mills county, on the third Monday Glenwood.

after the fourth Monday in January and July of each

year. Sidney.

At Sidney, in Fremont county, on the fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in January and July in each

year. Clarinda.

At Clarinda, in Page county, on the seventh Monday after the fourth Monday in January and July in each

year. Bedford. At Bedford, in Taylor county, on the eighth Monday

after the fourth Monday in January and July in each year.

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At Mt. Ayr, in Ringgold county, on the first Thurs- Mt. Ayr. day after the eighth Monday after the fourth Monday in January and July in cach year.

At Leon, in Decatur county, on the ninth Monday Leon. after the fourth Monday in January and July in each year.

At Osceola, in Clark county, on the eleventh Monday Osceola. after the fourth Monday in January and July in each year.

At Afton, in Union county, on the first Thursday Afton. after the twelfth Monday after the fourth Monday in January and July in each year.

At Quincy, in Adams county, on the thirteenth Mon- Quincy. day after the fourth Monday in January and July in

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At Red Oak Junction, in Montgomery county, on the Red Oak first Thursday after the thirteenth Monday after the Junction. fourth Monday in January and July in each year.

Sec. 2. All.suits, pleadings, processes, and proceed- Suits, pleadings pending in any of said Courts, and returnable at ings, &c., the terin now fixed by law, shall be deemed pending affected!

pending, pot and returnable at the term as fixed by this Act; and no suit, notice, recognizance, indictment or other proceeding, shall be quashed, or held to be invalid, by reason of this Act or by reason of the change in the times of holding Courts hereby made.

Sec. 3. All Acts and parts of Acts inconsistent with Repeal. this Act are hereby repealed.

Approved February 23, 1866.

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AN ACT to amend Section 4993 of the Revision of 1860, in relation

to Bail Bonds.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly

Sec. 4993 of of the State of Iowa, That Section 4993, of the Code amendRevision of 1860, be amended, by adding after the ed. word “undertaking,” in the last line of said section, the following words: “Provided, that when the undertaking requires the defendant to appear before a Justice of the Peace or at the Court of limited jurisdiction, or before an Examining Magistrate, it shall be the duty of

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Justice, &c., said Justice, or Court, or Examining Magistrate, upon to take forfeit- the forfeiture of the undertaking, and within 30 days ure of bonds. thereafter, to file the same, together with a copy of all To file same, his official entries in relation thereto, in the office of

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the Clerk of the District Court of the county ; and Clerk.

thereupon, it shall be the duty of the District Attorney Dist. Atly to to proceed to collect the same by civil action in the

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District Court of said county, or any other Court of collect the same-where said county, having jurisdiction equal to the penalty of 1 and how. said bond.

Approved February 23d, 1866.

CHAPTER 13.

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT.

AN ACT providing fou the distribution of the Adjutant General's

Report for 1864 and 1865.

Secretary of SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly State to fur- of the State of Iowa, That the Secretary of State shall nish. furnish the Adjutant General with three hundred To distribute.

copies of the Adjutant General's Report for the year To be distrib- 1864, also three hundred printed copies of said report uted to U. 8. Army.

for the year 1865, for distribution to those who have Officers from been, or are now, officers in the United States army Iowa. from this State, and who have not received a copy of

the same.

Approved February 23d, 1866.

CHAPTER 14.

EXTENDING POWERS OF AUDITOR.

AN ACT extending the powers of the Auditor of State.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly Auditor to of the State of Iowa, That the Auditor of State, in perform cer- addition to the duties now imposed on him by law, shall tain duties.

be authorized, empowered and required to perform all the duties heretofore imposed on the Board of Audit

ing Commissioners, created by Chapter 10 of the Acts of the Extra Session of the Eighth General Assembly of the State, and on the Auditing Commissioner by Chapter 111, Acts of the Tenth General Assembly of the State of Iowa; Provided, that the claims shall be presented and audited at the Auditor's office.

Sec. 2. The Auditor of State, under this Act, shall Claims, when have no power to consider and act upon any military presented. claims which have heretofore been passed upon and Powers re

pealed. rejected by said Board of Auditing Commissioners, or by said Auditing Commissioner.

Sec. 3. All Acts and parts of Acts inconsistent with Acts repealed this Act, are hereby repealed.

Sec. 4. This Act being deemed of immediate im- Publication. portance by the General Assembly, shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Iowa Homestead and Daily State Register, newspapers published at Des Moines, Iowa.

Approved, February 23, 1866.

I hereby certify that the foregoing Act was published in the Daily State Register, February 25th, 1866, and in the Iowa Homestead, March 7, 1866.

JAMES WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

CHAPTER 15.

PRINTING GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE.

AN ACT to provide for the printing and distributing of the Governor's Biennial Message.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Governor's the State of Iowa, That it shall be the duty of the Gov- printed in the ernor of the State of Iowa, to cause to be printed by English lanthe State Printer, five thousand copies, in the English guage:

For distribulanguage, of his Biennial Message, for distribution tion in the among the members of the General Assembly.

Assembly SEC. 2. The printed copies above provided for shall When to be be ready for distribution immediately after the delivery ready for disof the Governor's Biennial Message to the General As-tçibution. sembly.

SEC. 3. The distribution to the two branches of the How many to Legislature shall be in the following proportion, to-wit : each branch. to the Senate two thousand copies, and to the House of Representatives three thousand copies.

Approved Feb. 23, 1866.

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