A Manual for Road Superintendents, Pike Superintendents and Street Commissioners in Ohio; Containing the Provisions of Law Relating to the Duties of These Officers with Notes of Decisions, Numerous Forms, and Practical Suggestions

A Manual for Road Superintendents, Pike Superintendents and Street Commissioners in Ohio; Containing the Provisions of Law Relating to the Duties of These Officers with Notes of Decisions, Numerous Forms, and Practical Suggestions

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...make such order as to the prosecution of suits by the road superintendents or street commissioners, as the case may be, of the proper districts, against such delinquents, as in the judgment of the trusteesthe interest of the township may require. 98 v. 327; Lan. 8116 (B. 1536-167). 7. Annual itemized report. The road superintendent shall, at the meeting of the trustees, on the first Monday in December of each year, make an itemized report of the receipts and expenditures in his district for road purposes the preceding year; the number of persons in his district who are required by law to perform two days' labor on the Public highways, and the number who have performed such labor; the number of miles and the condition for public travel of all roads in his district, and theprobable cost of such roads for the ensuing year. The township clerk in his annual statement shall specify the amount of money received and expenses for road purposes in each district in the township. 98 v. 327; Lan. 2887a (R. S. 1448a). 8. Settlements with superintendent, etc. At the December meeting 'the trustees shall settle the accounts of road superintendents and for this purpose the road superintendents shall attend said meeting. 98 v. 327; Lan. 2897 (R. S. 1458). 9. Division of report. To meet the requirements of the law, as well as for convenience of arrangement and to secure a complete report and settlement, the road superintendent must divide his report (which ought to be furnished to him in blank by the trustees) into several heads or parts, which may be as follows: BOAD SUPEBINTENDENT'S REPORT AND SETTLEMENT. First. 10. List of persons ordered out to perform two days' labor, showing who worked, who paid, who delinquent, who was sued, etc....show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236937546
  • 9781236937544