||210 thereof, to defray the expenses of the Legislative Assembly, and other purposes tor which said appropriation was designed. Approved Oefc, 4, 1851. JOINT RESOLUTIONS IN REGARD TO PURCHASE OF THE STATE HOUSE IN GREAT SALT LAKE CITY FOB PUBLIC PURPOSES. e ~®e ** Tesolvedlythe Governor end Legislative Assembly of *3^ Territory of Utah, That Edwin D. Woolley be appoin- ted an ?i&mt. for the Territ°ry of Utah, to purchase the State House in Great Salt Lake City, known by the name of the Council House, erected by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, of the trustees in trust of said church, for the use and benefit of the Territory of Utah, to be appropriated to public purposes, and to be un- <kr the corlroi of the Governor and Legislative Assembly "of said Ttrr»tor7» untii such ^mes as a suitable building shall be erected at the seat of government in Fillmore city in said Territory: conditional, That such State House shall be subject to bt bought back by said trustees in trust, when said building shall be erected at the seat of government. Mesofosd, That said Agent is hereby required to report his proceedings as kjoii as practicable, subject to the approval of the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Terriloy. ffSZ And U U fUriher resdved> 'n^ the appropriation of ou»e "' twenty thousand dollars, made by Congress for the erection of a State House in the Territory of Utah, be, and hereby is appropriated for the purchase of said building. StfoStVdSt ^ U U ^Ur/IlCr Tesolved> Tbafc in the event said pur- *. l. city chase can be effected, the seat of government shall be lo-tflm. cated at Great Salt Lake City, pro tempore, until a suitable building is erected, at Fillmore City, the present location for the seat of government. Approved Jan. 6, 1852.