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Sec. 2. Said commissioners shall erect finger-boards along said road wherever it may be deemed necessary.

Sec. 3. The commissioners shall have power to appoint one surveyor and two chain carriers, whose duty it shall be to survey and mark out said road, under the directions of said commissioners; and said surveyor shall make out a plat thereof and file the same in the office of the clerk of the tribunal transacting county business, in the several counties through which said road may pass.

Sec. 4. In the absence of any one or more of the commissioners, a majority of the members appointed shall have power to appoint others, and also the day and place where they will meet.

Sec. 5. Said commissioners, surveyors and chain carriers shall receive a reasonable compensation for their services in establishing said road, to be paid out of any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, of the county or counties through which said road may be located.

This act to take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

CHAPTER CXLVI. An Act to establish a territorial road from the city of Kickapoo, through

the valley of Salt creek to the city of Leavenworth.

§ 1. Commissioners appointed, &c.
2. Time and place of meeting of commis-

sioners.
3. Vacancies in board, how filled.

§ 4. Compensation of commissioners.
5. Commissioners to be governed by the

general law appertaining to roads.

Be it enacted by the governor and legislative assembly of the Territory of

Kansas, as follows: Section 1. S. M. Tunnel, C. Marion Brown and John W. Martin are hereby appointed commissioners for the purpose of viewing and marking out a territorial road from the city of Kickapoo, through the valley of Salt creek, to the city of Leavenworth, on the best and most practicable route.

Sec. 2. The commissioners shall meet for the purpose on the first Monday of October, anno Domini eighteen hundred and fifty-five, or on some subsequent day to be agreed on by a majority of their number.

Sec. 3. If any vacancy occur in the board of commissioners, the remaining commissioners or commissioner shall fill the same by the appointment of some suitable person or persons.

Sec. 4. The commissioners shall receive, each, for his compensation, under this act, three dollars per day, for each day he may be necessarily employed in the services herein designated, to be paid out of the county treasury through which said road may pass.

SEC. 5. The commissioners, tribunal transacting county business, and those who may be liable to work on said road, shall, in all respects, be governed by the general law now in existence, or which may be passed by the legislature now in session, for opening and repairing public highways.

This act to take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

CHAPTER CXLVII.

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An Act to establish a road from Kickapoo to Money Creek, in the Terri

tory of Kansas. § 1. Road from Kickapoo to Money creek. I § 2. Commissioners appointed. Be it enacted by the governor and legislative assembly of the Territory

of Kansas, as follows: SECTION 1. That a road be and is hereby established from Kickapoo to Money creek, in the Territory of Kansas.

SEC. 2. That James C. Thompson, Henry Morris and Jesse Salisbury are hereby appointed commissioners to survey and establish said road.

This act to take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

WASHINGTON City, D. C., February 18, 1856. 1, John T. Brady, public printer of the laws and journals for the Territory of Kansas, de hereby certify that the within volume contains all the laws passed at the late session of the territorial legislature of Kansas Territory, as delivered to me by the secretary of state of said Territory ; and that the pages in the first part of the volume, before page 49, are intended to be filled in the bound volume of laws with the Constitution of the United States, the organic act of the Territory, and the index to said laws.

JOHN T. BRADI.

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