ROADS - CUTTING OF WEED ADJACENT TO Act of Apr. 24, 1885, P.L. 9, No. 11 Cl. 03 AN ACT To amend an act, entitled "An act to provide for the destruction, and to prevent the spread of Canada thistles," approved the twenty-second day of March, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two. Section 3. Supervisors to destroy on public roads; notice to owners of unseated lands It shall be the duty of the supervisor or supervisors of the public roads or highways in every township or district as aforesaid, to cut and destroy in the same manner all such weeds on or along such roads, and in case of unseated or mountain lands, whenever it shall come to the knowledge of either the supervisor or constable of the existence of any such weeds thereon, it shall be his duty to notify the owner or owners, or agents of said lands in writing, giving ten days' notice, to cut and destroy the same as aforesaid, and upon failure to comply at the end of ten days, such officer or any person or persons employed by him, shall proceed in the manner hereinbefore provided, with like fees and compensation, and if any such constable or supervisor shall neglect or refuse to perform his duties as prescribed by this act, he shall be liable to a fine of ten dollars, the same to be sued for and recovered as aforesaid, by the party or parties aggrieved or about to be injured by such neglect or refusal. 1885, April 24, P.L. 9, Sec. 3; 1923, April 23, P.L. 83, Sec. 3; as re-enacted, 1939, May 26, P.L. 243, Sec. 3. Compiler's Note: Section 3 was probably repealed by the act of April 7, 1982, P.L.228, No.74.