||194 LAWS OF UTAH. CHAPTER CXL. An ACT defining the Judicial Districts for the Territory of Utah, prescribing the times and places of holding the Supreme and District Courts and assigning the Chief Justice and the two Associate Justices. Sec. 1.-Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That Millard, Piute, Sevier, Sanpete, Juab, Utah and Wasatch Counties are the First Judicial District; that Kane, Washington; Iron and Beaver Counties are the Second Judicial District; and that Great Salt Lake, Tooele, Summit, Green River, Davis, Morgan, Weber, Box Elder, Cache and Richland Counties are the Third Judicial District. Sec. 2.-That a term of the Supreme Court shall each year be held in Great Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake County, commencing on the second Monday in November, at ten o'clock a. m.; that a term of the District Court in the First Judicial District shall each year be held in Manti, Sanpete County, commencing on the third Monday in October; that a term of the District Court in the Second Judicial District shall each year be held in St. George, Washington County, commencing on the first Monday of February: and that a term of the District Court in the Third Judicial District shall each year be held in Great Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake County, commencing on the second Monday in March. Sec. 3.-That Chief Justice John Titus is hereby assigned to the Third Judicial District; that Associate Justice Thomas J. Drake is hereby assigned to the First Judicial District; and that Associate Justice Solomon P. McCurdy is hereby assigned to the Second Judicial District. Sec. 4.-All matters and proceedings now pending in the District Courts of the First and Second Judicial Districts shall .be deemed pending in said Courts at the times and places herein specified. Approved December 27, 1865. . CHAPTER CXLI. An ACT to incorporate the Lehi Library Association. Sec. 1.-Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah:-That Israel Evans, William H. Winn, Canute Peterson, James Taylor and William S. S. Willis and their associates and successors in office are hereby constituted a body corporate, to be known and styled Lehi Library Association; and shall have power to purchase, receive and hold property real and personal; to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, defend and be defended in all Courts of law and equity; and to do all or any thing tbat may be proper to carry into effect the objects of the Association, by establishing a library of books, maps, charts and scientific instruments, connecting therewith a reading room and lectures. And the above named persons are hereby appointed a Board of Directors of said Association, until superseded as provided in the following section. Sec. 2.-A Board of five Directors shall be elected by the members of said Association on the first Monday of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, and annually thereafter on said day, who shall hold their office for one year and until their successors are duly elected; and they shall have power to appoint a President, Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer and Librarian, and define their duties; and also to enact such bye-laws as may be necessary to do all business of the Association. A majority may form a quorum to do business and fill any vacancy in the Board, until the next regular election. Sec. 3.-This Association may raise means by the sale of shares and by contributions and donations for the purchase of books, maps, charts. &c, and for leasing or erecting suitable buildings for the library, reading room and lectures. Sec. 4.-Conditions of membership, admission to the library, reading room and lectures and the loaning of books or other property shall be as provided by the bye-laws of said Association. Approved December 27, 1865.