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lected, as well such as are due, and all sums by him or them expended on the roads, and shall be attested, on Oath or affirmation, by such supervisor or supervisors, and the trustees are empowered to adjust and settle accounts so produced to them as aforesaid, and to allow such charges and sums as they or a majority of them shall think just and reasonable; and if there shall appear to be any money remaining, after deducting such sum or sums as shall be allowed to such supervisor or supervisors, then the trustees shall, by an order, direct the same to be paid to the succeeding supervisor or supervisors; but in case any supervisor shall be found to be in advance for labor or money expended, and shall have carefully collected the fines assessed by this act, then the trustees or any two of them, shall, in like manner, order the succeeding supervisor or supervisors to repay the same as soon as a sufficient sum shall have come to his or their hands; and if any supervisor or supervisors shall neglect to make up and produce his accounts aforesaid, or having produced such accounts, shall neglect, forthwith, to pay the monies which he or they shall be ordered as aforesaid, or shall not deliver up such accounts to their successors, it shall be the duty of any court having cognizance thereof, on application made to them by the trustees or a majority of them, upon satisfactory
A CCOunt to be exhibited On Oath
When monies remain in the hands of supervisors, €t C.
When in advance how reimbursed.
Penalty on supervisors neglecting to Settle their acCOunts.
proof of such neglect being made, to fine such delinquent in any sum not exceeding forty dollars, and if any supervisor shall think him|; who, self aggrieved by the settlement of his accounts | o;...” as aforesaid, or by any judgment of any justice as aforesaid, he may appeal to the next meeting of the commissioners of said county, who shall take such order therein and give such relief as to them shall appear just and reasonable, and the same shall conclude and bind all parties. Penalty on Sec. 17. And be it further enacted, That all
of and every supervisor of the public roads, who *** shall refuse or neglect to do and perform his or their duty, as directed by this act, may be fined in any sum not exceeding ten dollars for every How recoy such offense, to be recovered by any person or foo" persons prosecuting for the same, before any justice of the peace within the county, the onehalf to be applied towards repairing the roads within the district where such fines were incurred, the other half to the person prosecuting: Provided, That if any supervisor or sup: ervisors, shall conceive himself or themselves injured by the judgment of such justice, he or when as they may appeal, on giving sufficient security
;: "' for the payment of the costs, to the next court i of common pleas, who shall make such order therein as to the said court may appear just and Sec. 18. And be it further enacted, That if any person or persons shall obstruct any public road or highway, laid out or that hereafter may be laid out, or to be kept in repair by law, and shall suffer such obstruction to remain to the hindrance of travelers, every person or persons so offending, shall, for every such offense, forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding twenty dollars, nor less than two dollars, to be recovered by an action of debt, at the suit of any person, before any court having cognizance thereof, in the county in which the offense shall have been committed, the One-half to the person prosecuting and the other half to be appropriated in manner aforesaid.
Sec. 19. And be it further enacted, That if any person shall take down, obliterate or destroy, any advertisement or written notice necessary to be put up under this act, he, she or they, so offending, shall, for every such offense, forfeit and pay ten dollars, to be recovered in an action of debt, at the suit of any person prosecuting, before any court having cognizance thereof, to be held in the county where such offense was committed, the One-half to the person prosecuting and the other half to be appropriated in manner aforesaid.
Sec. 20. And be it further enacted, That if
An act, to incorporate the town of Chillicothe, in the county of Ross.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the general assemby of the state of Ohio, That such part of the township of Scioto, in the county of Ross, as is included within the following limits and boundaries, that is to say: beginning at the north-east corner of the Outlot number forty-seven, as numbered on the plat of the out-lots of Chillicothe; thence south seventy-five degrees west, one hundred and five poles and three-tenth parts of a pole, to the northwest corner of the outlot number fifty-six; thence south, fifteen degrees east, three hundred fifty-five and seven-tenths parts of a pole, to the southwest corner of outlot number one hundred sixty-seven; thence north seventy-five degrees, east seventy-seven and five-tenth parts of a pole, to the northwest corner of out-lot number one hundred thirtyone; thence south fifteen degrees east, twentysix poles and one-tenth part of a pole, to the southwest corner of out-lot number one hundred thirty-one; thence north seventy-five degrees east, one hundred sixty-one poles to the north