||10 Accidental a«iniODi. Veixatioui Suits. Rapa&l. sue of the trial may be a finvl settle men1,; provided, that any muter accidentally cnitted m.iy bj included after joining1 issue. Sec. 28. If a person instigate or bring a suit which upoa investigation proves to bj vexitio.is, so soon as this fact, is known, all proceedings therein shall be stopped; and he sKil! be compelled to m ike rettiluVtun to th/e aggrieved p-iriy in double the amoai.t of dam iges sustained, and m iy be fine 1 at the discretion oc" the 0 >urt. Skc. 29. A.I1 I iWi, or pirts of lawi, conflicting with this net. are hereby rep'euled. Approved Dec. 3Jth, 1852. General tion. Notice. •f'v'g* & Ol of election. Time of day. AN ACT Regulating Elections. Sec. 1. Be it em-ted by the Governor* and Legislative eIf"*" Assemhhjnf the Territory of Utah, That 'annually on the first Monday of August, there shall be k g neral election held in e-ich precinct in the several cou/nUes, for choosing a)l officers not otherwise provided for. Sec. 2. The County Clerk shall cause a notice of the time and place, and the number and kin I of offiiers to be chosen, to be put up in'two public, places in e-ich pre-Ciuct, an least six diys before the time of election. Sec. 3. The senior Justice of tile Pease shi.ll be the •-! .,, iud-jfe of elections in his precinct, and shill appoint one 'I6*K '-^ J ., -ii i * It_11* Ulerk, and lurmsh the necessary stationery, an I a,.ballot box; and in the absence of any Justice of ihe Peace, the electors first assernbled on the day of election fco the number of si,x, miy appoint sonqie suitable person to act as ju Ige of that election. Sec 4. The election shall be held from one hour after sunrise until sunset; and no elector shall vote in any precinct excepting where he resides. Sec. 5. E ich elector shall' provide himself with avote containing1 the names of the persons he wishes elected and the offices he would have them to fill, and present it, neatly folded, to the Judge of the election, who shall number and deposit it in the billot box; the Clerk shall then write the avn^ of the elector and opposite it the number of his vote.