||147 ties vhich have organized, and are acting under their respective charters, are hereby authorized annually to Powers -to i*. assess, collect and expend the necessary tax for Koads, je3 *,, as>se$i Streets, Schools and other public purposes, and regulatetM '0T rottds,- " ,• '.* a. fT . ° streets nnci and control the same- within, said City Incorporations. school. Sec. 2. The inhabitants of said Incorporated Cities shall be exempt from all other assessments for Road and Exemption. School purposes, except on s,uch property as they may possess outside of city boundaries. Sec. 3. The City Council of the several Incorporated Cities, respectively, are hereby authorized to regulate City cpttneiito and control the.live trees and shrubbery, and trje water ami ¦,w;ater courses and water'privileges in their incorporations, andcourses so far as may be necessary, the water courses leading thereto in the immediate vicinity thereof. Sec. 4. Nothing herein shall be so construed as to i>rovito. effect or infringe upon any tax assessed, or authorized by any enactment of the Governor and Legislative Assembly. Sec. 5. All laws, and parts of laws, not consistent with Repea| this Act arc hereby repealed. Approved June 4th, 1853. RESOLUTION In relation to Exemption of Property from Execution. Be it Resolved by the Governor- and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, That sections 21 and 22 of "An Exemptioni»w Act in relation to the Judiciary," approved. FebruaryiafuUforce-4th, 1852. relating to the exemption of property from execution, have been and are in full force, there beingno law, nor parhof a law, designed to repeal them. Approved June 4th, 1B53.