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west by Weber and Davis counties,-is hereby called Green river county, and attached to Great Salt Lake coun-Attached to G.
S. L. county. ty for election, revenue, and judicial purposes. The sheriff of Great Salt Lake county, is hereby authorized to organize Green river county, whenever the inhabitants of said county shall call for such organization; or circumstances may render it expedient.
Sec. 5. All that portion of the Territory, bounded. S.L. county, north by Davis and Green river counties, east by the Ter bouedary of. ritorial line, south by the parallel of latitude, running through the hot Spring at the foot of Utah mountain, and west by the south-eastern shore of the Salt Lake, and the meridian passing through the Black Rock, -is hereby included within the limits of Great Salt Lake county.
Sec. 6. All the islands included in Great Salt Lake, and south of Weber county line, are hereby attached to Great Salt Lake county for election, revenue, and judicial purposes,
SEC, 19. All that portion of country, bounded north by Utah county, Great Salt Lake county, east by the Territorial line, southboundary of. by the parallel of latitude, passing along the summit of the dividing ridge between Juab and Utah valleys,where the state road crosses said summit, and west by the meridian, forming the western boundary of Great Salt Lake county, is hereby included within the limits of Utah county,
Sec. 8. All that portion of the Territory, bounded ontocele county, the north by Desert county and the southern shore of theboundary of. Salt Lake, east by Great Salt Lake and Utah counties, south by the parallel, forming the southern boundary of Utah county, and west by California,-is hereby called
Sec. 9. All that portion of the Territory, bounded, north by Tooele and Utah counties, east by the meridian, boundary ot. passing through the highest summit of mount Nebo, south by the parallel of latitude, passing through the ford on Sevier river, and west by California, -is hereby declared to be Juab county. Sec. 10.
All that portion of country, bounded north by Juab, east by the meridian line, forming the easternwoundary of.
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boundary of Juab, south by latitude 38° 30', and west by California, --is hereby called Millard county.
SEC. 11. All that portion of the Territory, bounded ly, boundary o‘.north by Utah county, east by the Territorial line, south
by latitude 38° 30', and west by Juab and Millard counties,-is hereby declared to be within the limits of San Pete county.
SEC. 12. All that portion of the Territory, bounded boundary of. north by Millard and San Pete counties, east by the Ter
ritorial line, south by latitude 37 ° 30', and west by California, -is hereby called Iron county.
Sec. 13. All that portion of the country, south of Iron
SEC Washington county, and included in the Territory, is hereby declared county,
to be Washington county, and is, moreover, attached to Iron county for election, reyenue, and judicial purposes;
and the sheriff of Iron county is hereby authorized to orIron county. ganize Washington county when the public good may re
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When crimen may be tried in any county Near by.
SEC. 14. If any uncertainty, or dispute shall arise, as to what county a crime has been committed in, any county near by, or within the vicinity of the place where such crime is alleged to have occurred, is hereby authorized to have jurisdiction in the case.
Approved, March 3, 1852.
AN ACT GRANTING JAMES BROWN THE RIGHT
OF TAKING TOLL ON THE PUBLIC ROAD IN
for 5 years.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative
Assembly of the Territory of Utah, That James Brown shall control of roadhave the entire control of the road laid out under the Pro
visional Government of the State of Deseret, between Weber and Ogden rivers, for the term of five years, from the passage of this act: Provided, That the said Brown shall make and keep in good repair, the bridges that are now across said rivers, and make all necessary bridges on
said road that have not been provided for, and keep the same in order; also make and keep the road in good order, all to the acceptance of the road commissioner.
SEC. 2. The said Brown is hereby authorized to charge Rates of toll. the following toll for traveling on any part of said road from the traveling community, to wit: For any carriage, wagon or cart drawn by two animals
$3,00 For every addition of two animals
1,00 For every man and horse,
1,00 For every pack animal,
1,00 For every loose horse, mule, jack, ox, cow or bull, 25 For every sheep, hog, calf, colt or goat,
12} For every footman,
Sec. 3. Citizens that pay by the year shall not be Citizens half
price. charged more than one half of the above mentioned pri
Sec. 4. If any person shall refuse to pay the above mentioned prices, be shall be liable to be sued before anying to pay. court having jurisdiction of the same, and be made to pay the same with cost of suit.
Sec. 5. If any person or persons shall erect any bridge Persons erect a or ferry, across said rivers in Weber county, and buildferry or bridge. any road, and charge travelers for crossing, or traveling the same, shall be fined in any sum not less than three thousand dollars, nor exceeding five thousand dol-Penalty
. lars; to be recovered before any court having jurisdiction of the same, to be paid into the hands of the treasurer of the Territory of Utah, for the people of said Territory.
Sec. 6. The said Brown is required to make the road Mako road to to the acceptance of the road commissioner by the fifteenth acceptance of day of April next.
Approved March 2, 1852.
AN ACT GRANTING THE CONTROL OF CERTAIN
SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative
Assembly of the Territory of Utah, That the City Council City Council toof Ogden City, shall have the privilege of legislating for legislate on cor-the preservation of the timber lying between said City and
the Great Salt Lake; also the timber in the Kanyons east of, and opening into said corporation, and upon Weber river from the Kanyon to its junction with the Ogden river: Provided, That the citizens of the Territory without the coporation, shall have the same privilege of said timber, as the citizens of said City.
Sec. 2. This act shall be in force from and after its passage, and until superseded by the future legislation of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory.
Approved October 4, 1851.
AN ACT AUTHORIZING THOMAS MOOR TO
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative
Assembly of the Territory of Utah, That Thomas Moor eroct a ferry. have the right of erecting one or more ferries on Green
river, for one year, at any point within Utah Territory,
for the accommodation of travelers: Provided he pay ten Pay 18 per centper cent of all moneys collected on said ferry, to be paid
into the Territorial treasury, for the benefit of the Territory of Utah, on or before the first day of October next ensuing; and that for all light carriages, buggies, or wagons, whose burthen is not over 2000 lbs., he shall charge not exceeding the sum of three dollars,
$3,00 For all wagons over 2000 lbs., and not exceeding
3000 Ibs., he shall charge, not exceeding four
4,00 For all over 3000 lbs. and not exceeding 4000 lbs.,
he shall charge not exceeding five dollars, 5,00
Said Moor to
For all wagons over 4000 lbs., he shall charge not exceeding six dollars,
6,00 And for each horse, mule, ox; cow, or other animal ferried over said river, twenty-five cents,
25 Sec. 2. The said Moor before erecting a ferry as contemplated in the first section, shall give bond with approv-give bonds. ed security to the Treasurer of Utah, in the penal sum of. one thousand dollars, to be approved of by the Governor, for the faithful paying over the per centage as contemplated in the first section of this act. And the said Moor shall 'pay over the per centage on oath or affirmation.
Sec. 3. If any person shall erect any public ferry other persons across said river within Utah Territory, without permis-erect a ferry. sion of the Legislature of the Territory of Utah, said person or persons
the sum of one thousand dol-
Sec. 4. Nothing herein contained shall be so construed, as to prohibit any one from ferrying themselves and effects, across said river, or from fording the same whenselves or ford. practicable. SEC. 5. In case the said Thomas Moor should neglectGov. may ap;
point a man if or fail to establish the above named ferry or ferries, the Moor fail. Governor is hereby authorized to appoint a man to fill his place.
Approved Jan. 16, 1852.
AN ACT FOR A FERRY ACROSS BEAR RIVER.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, That Joseph Young, Da-Joseph Young vid Fulmer, John Young and William Empy, have theand others es
'tablish a ferty. right to establish a ferry or ferries across Bear river, for three years, during the ferrying seasons of each year from the passage
of this act, at a place which will best subserveFerry, where the public interest, between the mouth of said river, and located. a point five miles east of the mouth of the kanyon.