||AN ORDINANCE In relation to the timber in the Kanyons and Mountain* leading into Tootle Valley, and the Kanyona between Salt Lake Valley and Tooele. PASSED BY THE GENERAL, ASSEMBLY, JAN. 3RD, 1851. Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the General Assembly of the State (f Deseret, That the ex;lu-ive control of'^the timber in the Kinyons aul Mount tin- leading inLo Tooele Valley, and the Kanyons between Silt Lake Valley and Tooele, i& hereby granted to Ezra T. Benson, who is hereby authorized to control said K tnyons, to work, roads iuto them, and to direct when, where, and by whom, timber may be taken out therefrom. renaiti«i. Sec. 2. Be it ordained, that any person getting timber from said Kanyons, shall be required to keep the roads clear and to pay in labor, or otherwise, for the use of the private roads leading to the timber; and any person, wastihg, hurning, or otherwise destroying the timber; shall be subject to all damages, and to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars, at the discretion of the court having jurisdiction. Catling umber. Sec. 3. No person shall be allowed to cut timber, in any place in these Kanyons, without permission from the proprietor; who is liereby authorized to give direction* accordingly. rowentogran- &ec. 1. Any person cutting timber, or wood, in the above Kanypns, and leaving it on the ground, an un^ reasohable time; the proprietor of said Kanyons shall Have the privilege to remove said wood and timber, and dispose of it; and the avails paid into the Public Treasury... . .#! proviso. Sec,. .5. Nothing in the above ordinance shall be sa cohsti'ued as to prevent, or hinder the citizens of said ctjtfnties from getting timber, wood, or poles, in any of said Kanyons, for their own use, by observing the above: regulations. Approved Jan. 9th, 1851.