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HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 10.

(Laws of 1887, page 363.]

Be it resolved by the House, the Senate concurring :

That the Secretary of State be and he is hereby authorized and
directed to compile and prepare the road laws of this State as
amended at this session of the legislature and cause 4000 copies to
be printed and distribute as many thereof as may be necessary to
the
proper

officers in this State.
Adopted by the senate February 9, 1887.

J. C. CARSON,

President of the Senate.
Concurred in by the house February 9, 1887.

J. T. GREGG,
Speaker of the House.

SEP 1 4 1925

PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ROAD LAWS OF OREGON.

AN ACT

To provide for the Publication, Distribution and Return of Road Laws.

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Oregon :

Section 1. It shall be the duty of the Secretary of State to cause a complete copy of road laws, together with this Act, to be furnished the State Printer by the 1st day of November, A. D. 1866, and all subsequent amendments to said laws, at least one week after adjournment of the session at which such amendment or amendments may be passed. The copying herein provided for shall be paid for at the rate of fifteen cents per folio of one hundred words; and the Secretary shall audit the account thereof, and draw his warrant upon the treasury for the amount.

Section 2. It shall be the duty of the State Printer to publish said laws in a separate volume, in pamphlet form, to the number of 1,500, and have the same ready for distribution by the 1st day of December, A. D. 1866; and all subsequent amendments to road laws shall be published, ready for distribution, in the same manner, in at least thirty days after the close of each session so amending said laws, and on completion shall deliver the same to the Secretary of State.

Section 3. When delivered to the Secretary of State he shall distribute the same to the county clerks of the different counties of this State, in proportion to the number of road districts in each county, as soon as practicable thereafter.

Section 4. It shall be the duty of the county clerk of each county to furnish each road supervisor with a copy of said laws and amendments at their time of appointment.

Section 5. It shall be the duty of the supervisors, at the expiration of their terms of office to return said copy or copies of laws to

the county clerk with his report; and any failure on the part of supervisors to so return said laws shall forfeit and pay into the county treasury for road purposes the sum of two dollars for every such neglect.

Section 6. Inasmuch as there is no law for printing, distribution and returning road laws this Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved October 24, 1866.

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Be it resolved by the House, the Senate concurring :

That the Secretary of State be and he is hereby authorized and directed to compile and prepare the road laws of this State, as amended at this session of the legislature, and cause 4,000 copies to be printed and distribute as many thereof as may be necessary to the proper officers in this State.

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Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Oregon :

Section 1. That all county roads shall be under the supervision of the county court of the county wherein the said road is located, and no county road shall be hereafter established, nor shall any such road be altered or vacated in any county in this State, except by the authority of the county court of the proper county.

Section 2. All applications for laying out, altering or locating county roads shall be by petition to the county court of the proper county, signed by at least twelve householders of the county residing in the vicinity where said road is to be laid out, altered or located, which petition shall specify the place of beginning, the intermediate points, if any, and the place of termination of said road.

Section 3. When any petition shall be presented for the action of the county court for laying out, alteration or vacation of any county road, it shall be accompanied by satisfactory proof that notice has been given by advertisement, posted at the place of holding county court, and also in three public places in the vicinity of said road, or proposed road, thirty days previous to the presentation of said petition to the county court, notifying all persons concerned that application will be made to said county court at their next session for laying out, altering or vacating such road, as the case

Section 4. *Upon the presentation of such petition, and proof that notice has been given as provided in the last section, the county court may appoint three disinterested householders of the county as viewers of said' road and a skillful surveyor to survey the same, and shall issue an order directing said viewers and surveyor, on a day to be named in said order, or, on their failing to meet on said day, within five days thereafter, to view, survey and lay out or alter said road; provided, that all roads viewed, surveyed and re

may be.

*Amended October 24, 1882.

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