||28 published in book or pamphlet'/ form, purporting to , be printed, or published bv rthe. authority of the corporatipnj the same ^hall be received id' evidence in all courts, or places without t'urther,iprqo.f. uio^^A ai Seo. 37. The Mayor and Aldermen shall he conser-dermencon-er- vators of the peacfe- within the limits, ot live city; and rato™ of theglia], have aU the powets -o'f Justices of the Peace therein, both in civil and criminal cases,: arising .under the'hvtfs of the Territory. Th^y shall -is Justices of the Peace within ihe limits of said city,..perform the same, duties, be governed by the same lciws, give the'same bonds and securities, as other Justices of the Pe*ce,. and be com-oommiosinned mrssiiontd as Justices of the Peace-, in and for said* city; bjr Goveruor- by fhe GWrnor. ¦-: . .' -. .. r, ' "\ jurisdiction »f ^E^' ^' '^nc M^yor and Aldermen shallhaveexclusive-Wiiyornnd Ai- jurisdiction in all cases arising under the ordinances of th6 dermen. corporation, and shall issue such process as may be neces--swry to carry said ordinances into execution and effect-Ap-Appoaii. peals may be had from yny decision or. judgment of said tyayar or Aldermen, arising under the ordinances df said city, to the Municipal Court,, under such regulationSji as may be prescribed, by ordinMnces; -which Court shall, be composed' of thv Mayor as Chief Justice, and the Al-di'rmen as Assqciate Justices, and from the final 'judgment of the Municipal Court, to the Probale Court of Utah County, in. the same manner as appeals are taken from Justices of-the Pc. c..-: Provided, the parties litigant Jury. g],a]| ]iave. a- right, to atrirtl Ky a jury'of twelve men, in all cases before the Municipal Court.. The Municipal Court -shall have powi-r to grant-writs of habeas corpus, and try tire same in all cases arising under the ordinances of the City'Counc'il. - . , • Me^tingofMu- Sec. 39. The Municipal Court may sit .on the first S Monday of eveiy month, and "the City Council at such times and places asimay be prescribed by city, ordinance, special meetings of which may/atany time be called b"j the Mayor, or any two Aldermen. ®Ef;- ^- ^ process issued by the Mayor, Aldermen, •or.Municipal Court, shnll be- directed to the Marshal, and in the execution ihcrepf-, he shall be1 governed by the same Uws, as are or may be prescribed for the di-reciifn and compensation of Constables in similar cases. The Marshal shall al-o perform such other duties * as m«y be required of him under thev ordinances of said city, and. shall be the principal ministerial officer.