||60 assigns, shall be required to turn-over to the Territorial Commissioner, as the property of ihe Territory, said Bridges. Approved Jan, 21st, 1853. AN ACT ' To supply deficiencies in the Appropriation Bill to defray the expenses of the Legislative Assembly of 1851-2, -approved March 6 th, 1852. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, That there be paid out of the sum apptopriated by Congress for defraying'the expenses of the Legislative Assembly of this Territory/or the fiscal year, ending June the ihirtieth, one thousand eight hundred and titty-two, the following amounts, viz: ?«r diem of ^or Per ^lem °^ *'ie members of the Legislative As-Lesishitive As-sembly during the special session of 14 days in 1C52, nerabiy. one thoUHiHjd six hundred and thirty eight dollars, speaker of To the Speaker of the House of Representatives dur- hrab!y.tiVe Aa ing.special session 1-4 days, forty-two dollars. ' To Albert Carringtoii. Chief Clerk of the House of on'Representatives, for 14 days special session, and for forty days extra Service, including lights and stationery, two hundred and seventy dollars. t Grimshaw To Jonathan Grimshaw, Assistant Clerk of the House of RfpresenUi ives for fourteen days special session, and for eighty-four days extra service, including lights and stationery, four hundred and ninety dollars. j:. (Jrimshaw. ^° Jonathan Grimshaw, Assistant Clerk,of the House of Representatives, extra compensation for 25 days of regular session, ani twenty days extra service, ninety dollars. To Walter Thompson, Reporter to the House of Re- W. Thompson. . , . . * . x. . , ,, presentatives 14 days special session, seventy dollars. i) Petteerew ^° -^ev- David Pettegxew, Chaplain of the House of Representatives 14 days special session, forty-two dollars. j. crngun. ^° James Cragun. Sergeant-at-arms to the House of Representatives, 14 days special session forty-two dollars.