An act to amend an act entitled “An act to incorporate the Vevay and Napolean and other Turnpike Companies,” approved Feb. 8, 1836.
- That the thirteenth section of said act, be so amended as to allow Joel DeCoursey, William Lanius, and Abijah North, of the county of Ohio, and John Hunter, of the county of Ripley, and their successors in office, appointed or elected as hereafter provided be and the same are hereby created a body politic and corporate, who shall, by the name and style of “The Rising-sun, Versailles and Napoleon Turnpike Company.”
An Act to vacate a part of the state road leading from Lawrenceburgh to the mouth of the Great Miami river.
- That so much of the state road leading from Lawrenceburgh to the mouth of the Great Miami river as lies between the recorded town plan and the lands of William Tate, be and the same are hereby vacated.
An Act for the relief of the heirs of Melchoir Sooder and James Hayes, late of the county of Dearborn, deceased.
- That all the estate and interest of the State of Indiana, in and to any lands situate in the county of Dearborn, of which Melchoir Sooder, late of said county, died seized, acquired by escheat of the same, is hereby released to, and vested in, such person or persons as would take the same by devise, descent, or in right of dower, if the said deceased, and the person or persons hereby authorized to take, had been native born citizens of the United States.
- That the sale of lands of which James Hayes, late of the county of Dearborn and State of Indiana, died seized, situate in said county, made since the death of said Hayes, by his administrators, by order of the Dearborn probate court, be and the same is hereby declared to be as valid, and to vest in the purchaser or purchasers, the same title as if the said James Hayes had been a citizen of the United States, and had died without known heirs in the same; and that all right that the said State of Indiana may have acquired in said land by escheat, be and the same is hereby released to, and vested in such purchaser or purchasers respectively.
- That all moneys which have been realized or which may be realized from the sale of said lands, or from goods and chattels of which said James Hayes died seized or possessed, be and the same is hereby released to, and vested in, such person or persons as would have taken the said land and the said goods and chattels, by devise, descent, or in right of dower, if the said James Hayes, and the persons hereby authorized to take, had been native born citizens of the United States; and that they shall have the same remedy for recovering the same, as if they and the said James had been native born citizens of the United States.