||167 J'or all wagons over 4000 lbs., he shall charge not exceeding six dollars, - - 6,00 And for each horse, mule, ox,-cow., or other animal ferried over said river, twenty-five cents, - .25 Sec. 2. The, said Moor before erecting a ferry as con-s,iid Moor tfl ternplated in the first section, shall give bond with approv-give bunds, ¦cd security to the Treasurer of Utah, in the penal sum of one thousand dollars, to be approved of by the Governor, for the faithful paying over the per centage as contemplated in the first section of this act, And the said Moor shall pay over the per centage on oath or affirmation. Sec. 3. If any person shall erect any public ferryOther ^nonM across said river within Utah Territory, without permis-erect a ferry, .sion of the Legislature of the Territory of Utah, said person or persons shall pay the sum of one thousand dol-larB, to be collected for the use of the Territory of Utah.Peaalty- Sec. 4. Nothing herein contained shall be.so constru- ^ ed, as to prohibit any one from ferrying themselves d^'^ effects, across said river, or from fording the same practicable. Sec. 5. Ira case the said Thomas Moor should neglect^[1t2a or fail to establish the above named ferry or ferries, theMoorfaU. Governor is hereby authorized to appoint a man to fill his place. Approved Jan. 16, 1852. AN ACT FOE A FERRY ACROSS BEAR RIVER. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, That Joseph Young, Da-Joseph Young vid Fulmer, John Youne: a^d William Empy, have theand °Jhers es- • t-x j. J vr 1 e - a • t> • o tablish a ferry. right to establish a ferry or ferries across Bear river, for three years, during the ferrying seasons of each year from the passage of this act, at a place which will best subserveperry wlieM the public interest, between the mouth of said river, dla^d % point five miles east of the mouth of the kaijyon.