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State Printer proceed to distribute the same by mail to the clerks of the District Courts of the several counties in the State, pro rata, according to population. But

cach county shall receive at least ten copies. Clerk District

Sec. 3. It is hereby made the duty of the clerks of Court-laws the District Courts, of the several counties in the State filed by. to file, from time to time, as they may receive them,

the printed laws in sheets, as aforesaid ; five [5] copies 11 for the use of the District Court, and the county offi

cers; and to distribute the remaining copies to the il To distribute, several Justices of the Peace within their respective

counties. Publication, SEC. 4. This Act being deemed by the General As

sembly of immediate importance shall be in force from as and after its passage and publication in the Daily Statem Register and Iowa Homestead, published at Des Moines. its

Approved January 29th, 1866.

I hereby certify that the foregoing Act was published in the Iowa Daily State Register on the 8th day of February, 1866, and in the Iowa Homestead on the 13th day of February, 1866.

JAMES WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

CHAPTER 5.

SHERIFFS MAY ADMINISTER OATHS.

AN ACT to authorize Sheriffs to administer oaths in certain cases.

Sheriff may administer oaths.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That Sheriffs and their Deputies, shall have power to administer oaths in all cases of the appraisement of property, on an attachment or execution or any proceeding connected therewith, and also, to administer oaths in all other cases, where Sheriff's are authorized by law to select commissioners or appraisers or empannel jurors for the purpose of appraising, or of viewing premises or property.

Approved January 29th, 1866.

When,

CHAPTER 6.

AMENDING SECTION 800 OF THE REVISION.

AN ACT to amend Section 800 of the Revision of 1860.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly Section 800, of the State of Iowa, That Section 800, of the Revis-after “State.” ion of 1860, be and the same is hereby amended, by inserting after the word “State,” in the third line of Words supsaid Section the words, “orany National Bank in this plied. State."

Sec. 2. This Act being deemed of immediate Publication. importance, shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Iowa State Register and Iowa Homestead.

Approved January 30th, 1866.

I hereby certify that the foregoing Act was published in the Iowa Daily Siate Register on the 8th day of February, 1806, and in the Iowa Hometead on the 13th day of February, 1866.

JAMES WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

CHAPTER 7.

MILEAGE-ELEVENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

AN ACT making appropriation for the payment of mileage of the

members of the Eleventh General Assembly.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That the following sums of Money ap. money, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are propriated. hereby appropriated for the purpose herein after desigpated.

Sec. 2. For the payment of the mileage of the members of the Senate, including Ex-Lieutenant-Gov-Senate, $2879 ernor Eastman and Lieutenant-Governor Gue, and contesting gentlemen holding certificates of election, the sum of two thousand six hundred and seventy-nine dollars ($2,679.]

Sec. 3. For the payment of the mileage of the members of the House of Representatives the sum of House, $5,592 five thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars [$5,592.]

How paid.

Sec. 4. The money thus appropriated shall be paid, by the Treasurer of State, upon warrants drawn by the Auditor of State, who shall issue his warrants to the mernbers of the Senate and House, including Ex-Lieutenant-Goveruor Eastman and Lieutenant-Governor Gue, and the contesting gentlemen holding certificates of election in the Senate, for the amount due to each, as shown by the report of the committee on mileage, of that Branch of the General Assembly, of which such

person is a member; and it is hereby made the duty of President, the President and Secretary of the Senate, and the Speaker, Sec Speaker and Clerk of the House, to furnish immediClerk--duties ately, to the Auditor of State, copies of the report of

the committee on mileage of their respective Houses, which copies shall be certified to be correct, by the officers herein required to furnish them, provided that no person shall receive mileage by virtue of this act, except as provided by sections two and three of said act.

Sec. 5. This Act being deerned of immediate imPublication.

portance, shall take effect from and after its publication in the Daily State Register and Iowa Homestead, news. papers published in Des Moines, Iowa.

Approved February 3d, 1866.

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I hereby certify that the foregoing Act was published in the Iowa Daily State Register on the 9th day of February, 1866, and in the Iowa Homestead on the 13th day of February, 1866.

JAMES WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

CHAPTER 8.

POSTAGE.

AN ACT making appropriation for postage for the Eleventh Gen

eral Assembly.

SECTION 1. $2,000.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That there is hereby appropriated

the sum of two thousand dollars, for the payment of P. M. at Chi- postage stamps, purchased by the Secretary of State of cago.

the postmaster at Chicago, for the use of the General Assembly.

Sec. 2. The Auditor of State is hereby directed to Auditor to drawwarrant issue a warrant on the State Treasurer in favor of the

Secretary of State, for the amount herein appropriated. * Publication.

Sec. 3. This Act being deemed of immediate im

portance, shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Daily State Register and Iowa Homestead.

Approved February 3d, 1866.

I hereby certify that the foregoing Act was published in the Iowa Daily State Register on the 9th day of February, 1866, and in the Iowa Homestead on the 13th day of February, 1866.

JAMES WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

CHAPTER 9.

COURTS-FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.

AN ACT fixing the times of holding Courts in the Fifth Judicial
District of the State.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That the times for holding the Courts 5th several District Courts in the Fifth Judicial District of

District. this State, shall hereafter be as follows:

In the county of Polk, on the first Monday in Feb- Polk Co. ruary, and the second Monday in July of each year.

In the county of Warren, on the second Monday in Warren Co. March, and the third Monday in August, of each year.

In the county of Madison, on the 4th Monday in Madison Co. March, and the first Monday in October, of each year.

In the county of Adair, on the second Monday after Adair Co. the fourth Monday in March, and the third Monday in October, of each year.

In the county of Guthrie, on the third Monday after Guthrie Co. the fourth Monday in March, and on the second Monday in September, in each year.

In the connty of Dallas, cn the fourth Monday after Dallas Co. the fourth Monday in March, and on the first Monday in Septer.ber, in each year.

In the county of Carroll, on the third Monday in Carroll Co. September, in each year.

In the county of Greene, on the Thursday after the Greene Co. third Monday in September of each year.

In the county of Audubon, on the fourth Monday in Audubon Co. October of each year.

In the county of Cass, on the fifth Monday after the Cass Co. fourth Monday in March, and first Monday in October

Sec. 2. Provided that nothing in the first section of

of each year.

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Shall not

this Act contained, shall affect or repeal the law now affect Polk in force, so far as the same provides for Courts in the county.

county of Polk, on the second Monday in January, Warren Co.

1866, and the county of Warren, on the fourth Monday will, when. in February, 1866, but as to said counties, this Act shail

take effect after the expiration of said terms. Suits, &c.,

SEC. 3. All suits, pleadings and processes now penddeemed pend-ing, or returnable to any of the District Courts in the ing in.

counties heretofore mentioned shall be deemed pending

in, and returnable to the terms herein fixed, and no such Not to be held suit, plea, process, recognizance, indictment, or other invalid by

proceeding shall be quashed, or held to be invalid, by
reason of any change in the terms of Courts hereby

made.
Special terms SEC. 4. In addition to the terms of Courts herein

provided for, it shall be ccmpetent for the Judge of the

Fifth Judicial District, to appoint a special term of Judge may

Court once in each year, whenever he shall deem it appoint. necessary, in the counties of Greene, Carroll and Au

dubon, or either of them, by giving notice thereof to Notice-how the Clerk of said Court, four weeks next before the given.

same is to be held, and said special term when so apTo be held

pointed, shall be of the same force and validity, in all

respects, as though appointed by law. Publication. SEC. 5. This Act being decmed of inmediate im

portance, shall take effect, and be in force from and after its publication in the Iowa State Register, published at Des Moines, and the Winterset Madisonian, published at Winterset.

Approved February 7th, 1866.

valid.

I hereby certify that the foregoing Act was published in the Iowa Daily State Register on the 9th day of February, 1866, and in the Winterset Madisonian on the 15th day of February, 1866.

JAMES WRIGHT, Secretary of State.

CHAPTER 10.

AN ACT TO PREVENT THE IMPORTATION AND SALE OF DIS

EASED HORSES, &C.

AN ACT to prevent the importation, running at large, and sale of

Horses, Mūles, or Asses, diseased with Nasal Gleet, Glanders, or
Button-farcey.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly

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