||99 Sec. 4. . It shall be the duty of the Librarian, for and^^ in behalf, of the Territory of Utah, to plant suits, eollectdefemnn fines, pr.osecute or defend the interests of said Library, orX87 ottierwise act as a legal plaintiff or defendant in behalf ofiy. the Territory, where the interests of the Library are concerned. Sec. 5. The location of the Library shall be at the seatLibrsry kep» at of government of the Territory of Utah; and it shall be^^^0^ the duty of the Librarian to have all the books of the Library, orderly and properly arranged within the Library room, ,for the use*of such officers and persons as are nam-wiio shall be ed in the fourteenth section of theOrganic Act for UtahJ^^1^ Territory, during each session of the Legislative Assemblyof Library, of Utah: Provided, however, that nothing herein contained, shall debar the Librarian, in vacation of the Legisla- '¦* tive Assembly from permitting books, maps, and papers being drawn from said Library for professional and scientific purposes by officers of the United States, and of Utah. Territory, and other citizens of Utah, where the Librarian shall judge the public good may justify. Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the Librarian to letT.. . , , i p 'i* i i' i n • ,i i Librarian to let out books for a specified time, and call in the same whenout books &c, due, inflict fines for damage or loss of books, and collectj^^^^9 the same, and keep an accurate account of all his official doings in a book kept for that purpose, and make an an-Make annual t final report of the same to the Legislative Assembly^ ofj^SJ1^11*6 Utah: 'Provided, That no fine shall be excessive, or more than four times the purchase price of the book or books, lor the loss or damage of which the fine may be inflicted. Seg. 7. The Librarian is hereby entitled to draw fromUbrarian draw the Treasury of Utah for the current year as compensa-Treasu^^ tion for his services, the sum of four hundred dollars, notritory-otherwise appropriated; also the sum of two hundred dollars to defray the expenses of stationery, printing catalogue, and 'Other contingencies. Sec. 8. The foregoing act shall be in force after its passage; any previous law to the contrary notwithstaiid-:kg. ,., • ;. - ' ¦ ; ' : ¦¦¦'. . Approved Mamch 6, 1852.