375.15 DAMAGED RECORDS TRANSCRIBED.
If the records of any office named in section
are damaged so as to render any portion
of them liable to become illegible, destroyed, or lost, the county board shall provide suitable
books, and cause the records to be transcribed, so that the new volumes will correspond, in
designation, letter or number, and page, to the original records. The fees for the work shall be
fixed by the board, and shall not exceed seven cents per folio for the whole work done. Printed
record books shall be used when practicable for both original and transcribed records.
History: (666) RL s 432; 1984 c 629 s 2