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THE STATE OF OHIO.
GENERAL AND LOCAL LAWS
PASSED BY THR
SIXTIETH GENERAL ASSEMBLY,
AT THE ADJOURNED SESSION,
Begun and held at the City of Columbus, January 2, A. D. 1873, and in the 71st
Year of said State.
To amend section twenty-seven of an act relating to
Roads and Highways, as amended by the act passed
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That section twenty-seven of the act entitled "An act relating to roads and highways,” passed March 9, 1868, as amended by the act passed April 12, 1870, be so amended as to read as follows:
Section 27. That any person or persons who shall receive a certificate, as provided for in the foregoing section, shall Certificates
for payment present the same to the township trustees of the proper town:
of stone, ship, at any regular or called session of said trustees, within timber, &c. twelve months after the taking and carrying away of such timber, stone or gravel, and the trustees being satisfied that the amount as aforesaid is just and equitable, shall cause the same to be paid out of the fund hereinafter provided for: Provided, that said certificate, so allowed and paid by the trustees aforesaid, shall not exceed twenty-five dollars to any road district, per annum; that any greater amount that may be presented, shall be examined, and if allowed, shall be certified over to the county commissioners of the proper county, with their accompanying vouchers, to be allowed by them, if in their opinion the same is just and equitable; and the township trustees are hereby authorized to levy, annually, upon the taxable property of their respective townships, in addition to the taxes now authorized by law, a tax sufficient to pay such certificates, which shall be certified, assessed and collected as other townsbip taxes.
SEC. 2. That said original section twenty-seven be ard the same is hereby repealed. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
N. I. VAN VORHES,
ALLAN T. BRINSMADE,
President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed January 6, 1873.