||35 Sac. 2. The said Joseph Busby, shall not be allowed R«tos ot t0» to chirge over the following rates of toll, viz:- For all buggies, carriages, or wagons, whose burthen is not over SOOOlbs. $2 each. For nil do do do whose burthen is over 2000 lbs. and not exceeding 3000 lbs/ $2,50 each.. For all do do do whose burthen is over 3000 lbs. and not exceeding 4000 lbs $3 each. For all do do do whose burthen is over 4000 lbs. $3,50 each. Sheep, goats and hogs, each 10 cents. Every other animal, each 20 cents. Sec. 3 The said Joseph Busby, before erecting said Grantee t0|irt Ferry or Ferries, shall give bonds to the Treasury of the bonds. Territory of Utah, in the penalsum of live hundred dollars to be approved by the Governor for paying over the per centage, as contemplated in the first section of this, act. . Sec. 4. In case of unusual high water, or storms ofInfaM ofbi8h any kind, so as to render it unsafe to ferry said river, then the said Joseph Busby shall not be required atsuch times to run said Ferry or Ferries, but any agreement of parties may be allowed as to risk, and price; and iivcase the ^ ., said Joseph Busby failto erect and keep in repair a good g0«d ferry, and,substantial Ferry er Ferries on said river as contemplated in this act, then; the .rjght to ferry as herein granted shall be forfeited, and the Governor is hereby author- Power? t* ized, and empowered to esiablish a Ferry or Ferries on overnor said river as contemplated in this act. Approved Jan, 21st, 1853. AN ACT Repealing an Ordinance, Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative. Assembly qf the Territory of Utah, That the Ordinance granting Little Cottonwood Kan yon to Benjamin L. Clapp and ? Charles Brown, passed January 7th, 1851,. be, and the wood k*n> *ame is hereby repealed. Approved Jan. 21st, 1851.