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CHAPTER CCXLVI.

La act to repeal an'act entitled "an act to amend the Road law in Jefferson county."

(APPROVED JANUARY 31, 1851.)

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of diana, That an act entitled "an act to amend the Road law in fferson county," approved January 19, 1850, be, and the same is reby repealed, and that all laws and parts of laws repealed by id act, or in any way suspended by the passage of the same, be id the same are revived and shall be in as full force and fect in said Jefferson county as though said act hereby repealed ad never been enacted and in force. Sec. 2. The road districts in said county as they existed immeately previous to the passage of said act of the 19th of January, 350, be, and the same are hereby reinstated and re-established, atil altered or changed by the board of commissioners of said punty.

Sec. 3. This act to be in force from and after the 20th day of [arch, 1851.

CHAPTER CCXLVII.

An act to vacate part of the road leading from Harrison to Indianapolis.

(APPROVED FEBRUARY 4, 1851.) Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of adiuna, That so much of the State road leading from Harrison to odianapolis as lies between points following, be, and the same is ereby vacated, beginning at the south-west corner of William T. larshall's farm, in section ten, township seven, range one west, nd terminating at the point where said road intersects the turnpike pad at the canal bridge on the lands of William Pursell. Sec. 2. This act to be in force from and after its passage.

CHAPTER CCXLVIII.

Anact to chango' the name of Shadrach Anderson to that of William Johnson,

(APPROVED JANUARY 3, 1851.) SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, That the name of Shadrach Anderson, a citizen of Cass township, Clay county, Indiana, be, and the same is hereby changed to that of William Johnson. .

Sec. 2. This act to be in force from and after its passage.

CHAPTER CCXLIX.

An act declaring a certain county road therein namod a State road.

(APPROVED FEBRUARY 4, 1851.]

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, That the county road heretofore laid out in White county, commencing at the house of John Reynolds and running north to the point of intersection with the Monticello and Winamac State road, be, and the same is hereby declared a State road, and the board doing county business in said county are hereby required to cause the same to be opened sixty feet wide. .

Sec. 2 This act to take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

CHAPTER CCL

ho act to change the name of Mount Wallaston in the county of White, to Norway.

[APPROVED JANUARY 31, 1851.)

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of adiana, That the name of Mount Wallaston, on the Tippecanoe iver about three miles above Monticello, be and the same is hereby hanged to Norway.

SEC. 2. All contracts relating to lots in said town, heretofore nade or hereafter to be made, in which said lots are described as ying or being in Norway, shall be as effectual to all intents and jurposes as if the same described said lots as lying or being in Mount Wallaston.

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after ts passage..

CHAPTER CCLI.

An act to amend an act entitled "an act relative to the leveeing the Wabash river on

Shaker prairie," approved January 14, 1846, and to repeal an act amendatory thereto, approved January 21, 1850.

(APPROVED FEBRUARY 5, 1851.]

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, That the assessments heretofore made, under and by virtue of the act to which this is an amendment, for the purposes in said act specified, be and the same are hereby confirmed and made legal, and effectual tó all intents and purposes contemplated by said act.

Sec. 2. In all cases when anything shall remain due and unpaid upon said assessment, it shall and may be lawful for the board of directors, acting under said first mentioned act, to bring an action of assumpsit in their names before any justice of the peace, having jurisdiction to recover said assessments, and the said directors shall recover in said action whatever shall remain due upon said assess. ment, and the legal interest from the time when the same should have been paid, and it shall be a sufficient declaration in any such action to allege that the defendant is indebted to the plaintiffs, injthe amount of said assessment and interest, without in any manner set. ting out this statute or the statute to which this is an amendment.

Sec. 3. If there has not been a sufficient sum assessed, to par the expense of said levee already incurred, it shall and may be lag. ful, and the duty of the said board of directors, to make a further assessment upon the land already rated and assessed, in proportion to said rating and assessment, and sufficient to pay the expense thereof, which further assessment shall be collected as in this act, and in the act to which this is an amendment is provided."

Sec. 4. This amendment shall not have the effect to repeal any portion of the act to which it is amendatory, but shall be taken to be supplementary thereto. • SEC. 5. The act entitled an act to repeal an act entitled, an act to levee the Wabash river in Shaker prairie, approved January 14, 1846, approved January 21, 1850, be and the same is hereby repealed.

Sec. 6. This act shall be in force from and after its passage, and it and the act to which this is amendatory, shall be taken to be a public act.

CHAPTER CCLII.

An aci relative to the Laporte and Plymouth Plank Road Company.

(APPROVED FEBRUARY 6, 1851.)

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, That the Laporte and Plymouth Plank Road Company, is hereby authorized to charge and receive as toll for crossing their bridge across the Kankakec river, in addition to the ordinary toll on their road, as follows: for each and every vehicle drawn by one horse or other animal, anv sum not exceeding nine (9) cents, and three (3) cents for each and every additional horse or other animal; for each and every horse ridden five (5) cents; for each and every horse, mule or ass, led or driven two (2) cents; for all other animals one (1) cent each ; and all persons crossing said bridge shall pay

toll as aforesaid, subject to the penalties now prescribed by law for failing to pay toll on said road, but no person, animal or vehicle, coming on to said road in Marshall county, and traveling along the same to the town of Laporte, or coming on the same at Laporte and traveling along the same to the county of Marshall shall be required to pay any additional toll for crossing said bridge.

SEC. 2. That all the powers, privileges and immunities conferred upon the Union Plank Road Company, by an act entitled, "an act relative to the Union Plank Road Company, in Laporte county," approved January 16, 1850, be and the same are hereby conferred upon the said Laporte and Plymouth Plank Road Company.

SEC. 3. This act shall be a public act, and be in force from and after its passage.

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CHAPTER CCLIII.

An act in relation to the South Bend and Plymouth Plank Rond Company.

(APPROVED FEBRUARY 6, 1851.)

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, That the organization of the South Bend and Plymouth Plank Road Company, under the provisions of [an] act authorizing the construction of Plank Roads, approved January 15, 1849, and the election of directors of said company, be and the same are hereby legalized, and made valid and effectual as fully and completely as if all the provision of the first section of the act aforesaid had been fully complied with.

Sec. 2. This act to be in force from and after its passage.

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