||82 ,«nts Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the master to correct and punish his servant in a reasonable manner when it may be necessary, being guided by prudence and humanity; . and if he shall be guilty of cruelty or abuse, or neglect forfeit of scrv-^0 feed, clothe, or shelter his servants in a proper manner, a»uby cmeity.the Probate Court may declare the contract between mas-, ter and servant or servants void, according to the pro-* visions of the fourth section of this act. Transference Sec. 7. That servants may be transferred from one ©f servants. master or mistress to another by the consent and approbation of the Probate Court, who shall keep a record of the same in his office; but no transfer shall be made without the consent of the servant given to the Probate Judge in the absence of his master or mistress. Pine and im- Sec. 8 Any person transferring a servant or servants mnsfeTring forcon^rar}7 ^° the provisions of this act, or taking one out ¦ervantscon- of the Territory contrary to uis, or her will, except by *raryto aw. ^ecYee of (jourt jn case of a fugitive from labor, shall be I on conviction thereof, subject to a fine, not exceeding five thousand dollars, and imprisonment, not exceeding fivt years, or both, at the discretion of the Court, and shall forfeit all claims to the services of such servant or servants, as provided in the fourth section of this act. servants to be Sec. 9. It shall further be the duty of all masters or ! >«nt to school. mistresseS) to send their servant or servants to school, not less tUftn eighteen months between the ages of six years and twenty years. Approved Feb. 4th, 1852. cj AN ACT IN RELATION TO BILLS OF" DIVORCEV Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative -Assembly of ike Territory of Utah, That the Court of Pro-sbate in the county where the plaintiff resides, shall have jurisdiction in all cases of divorce and alimony, and of guardianship, and distribution of property connected therewith.