Statutes of the State of South Dakota (2D REV. Ed.) Embracing the General Laws in Force Jan. 1, 1901; With Digested Notes of Judicial Decisions Construing the Law and a Digest of the Laws Passed by the Legislature of 1901 Volume 1

Statutes of the State of South Dakota (2D REV. Ed.) Embracing the General Laws in Force Jan. 1, 1901; With Digested Notes of Judicial Decisions Construing the Law and a Digest of the Laws Passed by the Legislature of 1901 Volume 1

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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. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ... of such incorporated city or town, to be expended under the direction of the city council of such city or of the board of trustees of such town, as the case may be, in the improvements of the streets or bridges of such city or town or of the roads approaching thereto. C. L. 1167. 1658. Road district, how constructed. Oh. 178, '95. 1. That the territory embraced within the limits of any incorporated town in this state, shall constitute a road district, for the purpose of levying and collecting the highway labor and road tax within the same, which said road district shall be known as the "Independent road district of the town of..........," giving to each such district the name of such incorporated town. 1659. Powers, in whom vested. (111, 173, '95_ 2, That all the rights, powers and duties now conferred and imposed by law on the supervisors of townships in counties under township organization regarding the levy and collection of highway labor and road tax, and the keeping and maintaining the roads and bridges in repair, concerning the territory mentioned in section one of this act, shall be vested in the board of trustees of such incorporated town, and such board of trustees shall have the right to levy and collect such highway labor and road tax against the persons and taxable property within such district in the manner now, or which may be hereafter provided by law for the levy and collection of such tax by the supervisors and overseers of highways of townships. Pom. Tax. 16598" L6V7-Ch. 119, '99. 1. Any city or town in this state shall have power to provide that all able bodied male residents of the corporation between the ages of twenty--one and fifty years, between the first...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236871278
  • 9781236871275