||108 be so construed as to "admit of any military officers or soldiers in the United States service, stationed within the limits of this Territory, to vote for Territorial, county, or precinct officers. Sec. 23. Be it also enacted, That the clerk of each ?lVourts fiiurn"~counT Court, shall, thirty days before each general elec-isliCshcriffwithtion, furnish the Sheriff of his county with three notices *lectiomjoticesof election for every precinct in the county, stating the time when, and the place of holding such election; also specifying the several offices to be filled, and the Sheriff shall post up said notice in the most public places in each precinct, within three days after receiving such notices, or publish such notices in any one or more news-papers in the Territory: Provided, That such newspaper or papers have a general circulation throughout the several counties in the Territory, Approved Feb. 5th, 1852. FEE BILL EOR ELECTIONS. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of XJtah, That the following fees shall be allowed for services rendered at elections: Judges & dorks Judges and clerks of elections, three dollars per day; Magistrates Magistrates or other officers, for qualifying Judges and fees. clerks of elections, twenty-five cents each; clerks of coun- ^^p^y Courts for making out a copy of returns to the Secretary of the Territory, and all necessary writing, three dollars'per day, and for stationery for return?, sni each poll book, one dollar each; necessary guards through the Indian country for the safety of the abstract of the return to the Post-office, or Secretary's office, fifteen cents per mile each. • '. ". Fees for previ- Sec. 2. That the same fee be allowed the several pjf-ous elections, ficers that rendered services at the elections held in the several precincts on the fourth of August, A- D» one thousand eight hundred and fifty one, for the election of a delegate to Congress, and Councillors and Representatives for the Legislative Assembly ot Utah Territory.