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APPROPRIATION BILL.

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W.C. Staines.

W. Woodruff.

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T.S.Williams.

W.H.Kimball.

Livingston &
Kinkead.

SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, That there be paid out of the sum appropriated by Congress for defraying the expenses of the Legislative Assembly of this Territory. for the year ending June the thirtieth, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, the following amounts, viz:

To W. C. Staines for stationery furnished the Legislature as per bill No. 1, sixty-eight dollars and eighty cents.

To W. Woodruff for stationery furnished the Legislature per

bill No. 9, ten dollars. To T. S. Williams, for wood, stationery, tables, stands, &c., furnished the Legislature as per bill No. 3, one hundred and eighty-five dollars and forty cents.

To W. H. Kimball for penknives furnished the Legisla ture as per bill No. 4, thirty-two dollars and seventy-five cents.

To Livingston & Kinkead for window shades, candlesticks, pitchers, tumblers, candles, &c., furnished the Legislature, as per bill No. 5, sixty dollars and seventy-eight cents.

To Holliday & Warner for penknives, buckets, pitchers, Holliday &

candles, &c., furnished the Legislature, as per bill No. 6, one hundred and fifty-one dollars and forty-one cents.

To E. C. Clark, for thirty-seven chairs furnished the Legislature, as per bill No. 7, one hundred and twelve dollars.

To E. D. Woolley, for stationery, wood, clocks, &c., E.D.Woolley.

furnished the Legislature, as per bill No. 8, one hundred and thirty-six dollars and fifty cents.

To sundry Judges and Clerks, for services at the genJudges and clerks of elec- eral and special elections, held in this Territory for the tion, &c.

election of the Legislative Assembly thereof, and for the payment of the guards and transmitting the returns of said election through the Indian country to the seat of Government, as per bill No. 9. seven hundred and seventy-three dollars and eighty cents.

To W. Richards, for extra papers furnished the House of Representatives, and the Deseret News" for each member of the Legislature, as per bill No. 10, two hundred and one dollars.

To B. H. Young, for printing the Governors messages B.H. Young.

and other incidental printing expenses for the Legislature,

Warner

E.C.Clark.

W. Richards,

as per bill No. 11, two hundred and sixty-five dollars and twenty-five cents.

To W. C. Staines, Librarian, as per bill No. 12, twow.C.Staines. hundred and twenty-two dollars.

For compensation and mileage of the members of the Compensation Legislature, five thousand one hundred and sixty dollars.the t.eg slative To A. Carrington, chief Clerk of the House of Repre-Assembly:

A.Carrington sentatives, forty days, and for twenty days extra service, three hundred dollars.

To J. Grimshaw, assistant Clerk of the House of Repre-J.Grimshaw. sentatives, twenty days extra service, and twenty-five days as assistant Clerk, one hundred and thirty-five dollars.

To W. Thompson, Reporter, twenty-six days in thew. Thompson House of Representatives, seventy-eight dollars.

To the Rev. D. Pettegrew, for services as Chaplain ofD. Pettegrew the House of Representatives, thirty-eight days, one hundred and fourteen dollars.

To J. Cragun, for services as Sergeant-at-arms, for theJ.Cragun. House of Representatives, forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars.

To A. L. Fullmer, for services as Door-keeper of the A.L.Fullmei House of Representatives, thirty-three days, ninety-nine dollars.

To A. L. Fullmer, for services as assistant Door-keeper A.L.Fullmer of the House of Representatives, seven days, twenty-one dollars.

To H. E. Phelps, for services as fireman, seven days, H. E. Phelps and assistant Door keeper, thirty-three days, for the House of Representatives, one hundred and twenty dollars.

To R. Badger, for services as Messenger for the HouseR.Badger. of Representatives, forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars,

To H. P. Richards, for services as assistant Messenger11.P. Richards for the House of Representatives, forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars.

To Homer Duncan, for services as Fireman for the H. Duncan House of Representatives, thirty-one days, ninety-three dollars.

To J. Haven, for services as assistant Clerk for theJ.Haven.
House of Representatives, nine days, twenty-seven dol-
lars.

To the Rev. D. Carn, for services as Chaplain, for the D.Carn.
House of Representatives, two days, six dollars.
To John Oakley, for services as assistant Clerk of thes.Oakley

J.L.Smith.

do

J. Cain

do

G.D.Watt.

John Smith.

House of Representatives, seven days, twenty-one dollars.

To J. L. Smith, for services as Door-keeper, for the House of Representatives, seven days, twenty-one dol

lars. Speaker. To the Speaker of the House of Representatives,

forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars. II. Coray

To H. Corey, for services as Clerk of the Council, nine

days, forty-five dollars. J.Ferguson TO J. Ferguson, for services as Secretary of the Coun:

cil, thirty days, one hundred and fifty dollars.

To J. Ferguson, for extra services in preparing Bills, &c., twenty days, one hundred dollars.

To J. Cain, for services as assistant Clerk of the Coun

cil, forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars. R. Campbell To R. Campbell, for services as engrossing Clerk for

the Council, thirty days, ninety dollars.

To R. Campbell, for extra services in copying Bills,&c., twenty days, sixty dollars.

G. D. Watt, for services as Reporter for the Council, thirty days, ninety dollars.

To the Rev. John Smith, for services as Chaplain for the Council, forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars.

To W. H. Kimball, for services as Sergeant-at-arms for the Council, forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars.

To G. D Grant, for services as Door-keeper of the Council, forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars.

To W. C. Staines, for services as Messenger of the

Council, forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars. J.Shipley. To J. Shipley, for services as Fireman for the Council,

forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars.

To the President of the Council, forty days, one hundred and twenty dollars.

To the Public Works, for fitting up rooms for the Library, as per bill No. 13, two hundred dollars.

To G. D. Watt, for extra services in writing out reports, twenty days, sixty dollars.

To Jesse Haven, for services for extra clerking for committee, three days, nine dollars.

To Thomas S. Williams, for articles furnished the Fur

nishing committee, as per bill, twenty-two dollars. ...Woolboy. To E. D. Woolley, for candles, stationery, &c., as per

bill rendered, fifty-four dollars.

To E. Hunter, assistant Trustee in Trust, &c., for rent of Council House for the Legislative Assembly, wood,&c.,

IV.H. Kimball.

G.D.Grant.

W.C.Stainos.

President of ('ouncil.

Public Worke,

G.D.Watt.

j. Haven.

1.s. Williams.

H.Hunter

as per bill rendered, seventeen hundred and twenty dollars and twenty-five cents.

To B. H. Young, for printing Governor's commissions, B.H.Young. proclamations, &c., as per bill rendered, forty-eight dollars.

To W. Richards, for printing blanks (election notices,) W.Richards. advertising proclamations, &c., as per bill rendered, seventy dollars and fifty cents.

SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That there be paid out of the sum appropriated by Congress for defraying the ex. penses of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory, for the year ending June 30th, 1851, the following, viz:

To T. Bullock, as agent for taking the enumeration, of T.Bullock. the Territory of Utah, previous to the first election for the Legislative Assembly of the Territory on the first Monday of August last, two thousand dollars.

To J. L. Heywood, for expenses and services in puttingJ.L.Heywood, up election notices, and circulating the Governor's proclamation, three hundred dollars.

To Edward Hunter, assistant Trustee in Trust, &c., for E.Hunter, rent of Council House, wood, candles, paper, ink, quills, &c., as per bill rendered, four hundred and twelve dollars and twenty-five cents.

For compensation and mileage for the members of the compensa tion, General Assembly of the State of Deseret, and for officersmileage, &c.,of of the two Houses, incidental expenses, &c., as per billbeseret for '51. rendered, for the year ending June 30th, 1851, four thousand three hundred and fifty-nine dollars and forty cents.

To Willard Richards, for services as Secretary of thew.Richards. State for 1850-51, as per bill rendered, one thousand dollars.

To William Clayton, for services as Auditor of accountsw.Clayton. for 1850 and 51, as per bill rendered, eight hundred dollars.

Printing ordinances, laws, and proclamations of the For Printing. Governor of Deseret for 1850 and 51, as per bill rendered, three hundred and twenty-three dollars and seventy cents. To Brigham Young, for services as Governor of the

Gov. Young. State of Deseret, for the year ending June 1851, and also superintendent of Indian affairs, as per bill rendered, two thousand five hundred dollars.

To Hosea Stout, for services and fees as Attorney Gen-H.Stout,

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D.H.We'ls.

eral of the State of Deseret for the years 1850 and 51, per

bili rendered, five hundred dollars. To Daniel H. Wells, for services as Chief Justice, from March 1st, 185), to June 1st, 1851, as per bill rendered.

two thousand and fifty dollars. D.Spencer. To Daniel Spencer, as first associate Justice, for ser

vices from March 1, 1850, to June 1, 1851, as per bill ren

dered, two thousand and fif y dollars. 0.Spencer.

To Orson Spencer, for services as second associate Jus. tice, from March 1st, 185), to June 1st, 1851, as per bill rendered, two thousand and fifty dollars.

To sundry Judges. Clerks, and Sheriff-, for services Judges, &c.,of rendered at elections in the year 1850, and making out

and transmitting the same to seat of Government, as per bill rendered. seven hundred and seventy-three dollars

and eighty cents. Compensation, For compensation and mileage for the members of the Legislature of General Assembly of the State of Deseret, and for officers

of the two Houses, incidental expenses, &c., as per bill rendered, for the year ending June 31st, 1850, five thousand three hundred and six y five dollars.

To James Ferguson, for services as Adjutant General J.Fergus.n. of the Militia during the years 1850 and 51, as per bill,

five hundred dollars.

Approved, March 6, 1852.

elections.

&c., of the

1851.

AN ACT REGULATING ELECTIONS.

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shall appoint a

SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Gorernor and Legislative AsGeneral elec- sembly of the Territory of Utah, That there shall be a gen

eral election held on the first Monday of August in each year, for the election of all officers not otherwise provided

for by law. County court

Sec. 2, Every precinct shall compose an electorial dis place for elce trict, and the county Courts of each county shall name a

house or place in each precinct, where the election shall be held, and appoint three judges of said election.

SEC. 3. The electors of every precinct have the right mint Judges." co appoint judges, and regulate their own election, if not

otherwise provided for.

Electors to ap

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