§ 4-42-1 County surveyor
§ 4-42-3 Licensed professional surveyor; inquiry as to boundaries;
§ 4-42-4 Licensed professional surveyor; office and records
§ 4-42-5 Licensed professional surveyor; latitudes and departures;
§ 4-42-6 Licensed professional surveyor; interference with
§ 4-42-7 Fees; purchase of plats of United States surveys; admissibility of certified copies of surveys as evidence; filing copy of surveys
§ 4-42-8 Survey of lands divided by county line
§ 4-42-9 Establishing county line; joint survey
§ 4-42-10 Licensed professional surveyor to do all county work
§ 4-42-11 Licensed professional surveyor; contracting
§ 4-42-12 [Survey books; admissibility in evidence.]
§ 4-42-13 Licensed professional surveyor; numbering surveys;
§ 4-42-14 Licensed professional surveyor; not to change established corners or survey private lands
§ 4-42-15 County surveys

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