||166 COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. Firemen exempt from poll tax. Supervisors to give bonds. List to be furnished. To notify persons on list. Duty of per sons notified. said tax, shall be paid over to the supervisor of the district, to be by him expended to the best advantage upon the roads aforesaid, after reserving therefrom an amount sufficient to remunerate himself for his services, as hereinafter provided. All firemen, belonging to any organized fire department under the ordinances of any city, be and they are hereby exempt from paying poll tax: Provided, they present to the proper road supervisors, certificates signed by the foreman and countersigned by the secretary of the company, setting forth that they have performed the work required of them, in said fire department during the year last passed, (l) (364.) Sec. 2. Each supervisor shall give bonds, with security, to be approved by the probate judge or clerk of the county court, payable to the people of their respective counties, for a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, for the faithful performance of his duties according to the requirements of this act, which bond shall be filed in the office of the clerk of the county court, and shall receive the sum of two dollars for each day's faithful service in the duties o-f his office, to be paid out of the poll tax of his district. (365.) Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the county court to furnish each supervisor with a suitable book for his official accounts, containing a list of poll tax payers within his district, so near as may be, together with a statement of the amount of poll tax required of each person liable under the first section of this act, to which the supervisor is authorized and required to add the names of all persons within his district thus liable, whose names may have been omitted. (366.) Sec. 4. Each supervisor shall, at his discretion, notify so many persons, whose names are on his list, as he may deem practicable, to appear at such time and place as their services may be required, with appropriate tools for tlie kind of work to be performed, giving the parties at least three days' notice of such requirement. When teams may be required, the supervisor shall negotiate for the same at an equitable rate. (367.) Sec. 5. Any person notified, as provided by section four, desirous of making other pay than labor, may give the supervisor notice accordingly; and if he pay the amount of his tax for the current year before the day he has been required to perform the labor, he shall be justified (1) As provided by acts of Feb. 18,1870, Feb. 16,1872 and Feb. 16,1876.