||104 eral of the State of Deseret for the years 1860 and 61, ai per bill rendered, five hundred dollars. D.H.Weils. To Daniel H. Wells, for services as Chief Justice, from March 1st, 1850, to June 1st, 1851, as per bill rendered.' two thousand and fifty dollars. D.Spencer. To Daniel Spencer, as first associate Justice, for services from March 1", 1850, to June 1, 1851, as per bill rendered, two thousand and fifty dollars. o.spencer. ^o Orson Spencer, for services as second associate Jus-tice, from March 1st, 1850, to June 1st, 1861, as per bill rendered, two thousand and fifty dollars. To sundry Judges, Clerks, and Sheriffs, for services<• ^c^^c'>ef rendered at elections in the year 1850, and making out and transmitting the same Xo seat of Government, as per bill rendered, seven hundred and seventy-three dollars and eighty cents. Compensation, For compensation and mileage for the members of the Legismtuw of General Assembly of the State of Deseret, and for officers 1850. of the two Houses, incidental expenses, &c, as per bill rendered, for the year ending June 31st, 1850, five thousand three hundred and sixty five dollars. To James Ferguson, for services as Adjutant General J.Fergus™, of the Militia during the yeal'S 1850 and 51, as per bill> five hundred dollars. Approved, March 6. 1852. AN ACT REGULATING ELECTIONS. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative As-S semhly °ffhe Territory of Utah, That there shall be a gen- eral election held on the first Monday of August in each year, for the election of all officers not otherwise provided for by law, »hai?appoint a Sec. 2, Every precinct shall compose an elrctorial dis-tioHef°reIec tr*ct> an(* ^e county Courts of each county shall name a house or place in each precinct, where the election shall be held, and appoint three judges of said election. Sec. 3. The electors of every precinct have the right point judges^to appoint judges, and regulate their own election, if not otherwise provided for.