||171 companies, who shall be the lowest responsible bidders in said contracts, for the improvement of said road. Sec. 3. That the said commissioner be, and is hereby Toll gaU} authorized, and required to grant to the improvers of said road the privilege of erecting one toll gate for the purpose of collecting funds from all persons passing and repassing, to remunerate the improvers of said road, until they shall have collected one hundred per cent on all their expenditures which have been appropriated to said roads. Sec. 4. That the rates of toll over said road shall be as follows, viz: Bates <»l loll. For every load of wood, timber, coal, rock, or lime, drawn by two animals - - $0,26 For every such load drawn by four or more animals, - 0;37-| FOR THE TRAVELING COMMUNITY. For every wagon or carriage drawn by two animals, each - - - 1,00 For every additional pair of animals to such wagon or carriage, 50 Loose animals, (excepting sheep and hogs,) each, 10 Sec. 5. Said road shall be made and kept in repair to the acceptance of the Territorial road commissioner. Approved Feb. 16, 1852. AN ACT IN RELATION TO THE WATERS OF A-MERICAN CREEK IN UTAH COUNTY. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, That the inhabitants of the settlement of Dry creek in Utah county are hereby water taken authorized and allowed to take out at some convenient^^^1^ point, the waters of American creek, and use the samecreek for their benefit: Provided, That no more than one-third part of said waters shall be so taken for the use of said settlement on Dry creek. Approved Feb. 18, 1852.