||68 LAWS OF UTAH. CHAPTER XXXIII. Concerning Arrests. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory cf Utah: That if a person, against whom a warrant bus been issued for an alleged offense committed in any county, shall, either before or after the issuing of such warrant, escape from or be out of said county, the Sheriff or other officer to whom such warrant is directed may pursue and apprehend said person in any county in this Territory; and for that purpose may command aid and exercise the same authority as in his own county; and if an arrested person escapes or is rescued, the officer from whose custody he has escaped or been rescued may, without a warrant, pursue and retake him in any place in the'Territory. Approved January 18, 1861. CHAPTER XXXIV. An ACT prescribing certain Qualifications necessary to enable a Person to be eligible to hold office, vote or serve as a Juror. Sec. 1.-Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That no person shall be elected a Delegate to the Congress of the United States from this Territory, who has not been a resident therein during one year next preceeding the day of election. Sec. 2.-No person shall be eligible to a seat in either branch of the Legislative Assembly, unless he has been a resident in the county or district to be represented, during at least one year next preceding the day of election. Sec. 3.-No person shall be elected or appointed to any Territorial, district, county or precinct office, unless he shall have been a constant resident therein during at least one year next preceding such election or appointment: neither shall any person be entitled to hold any office of trust or profit in the Territory or vote at any election unless he is a free, white male citizen of the United States, over twenty one years of age, and has been a constant resident in the Territory during the six months next preceding said election or appointment. Sec. 4.-A person is not eligible to serve and therefore shall hot serve on any grand or petit jury in any court, in'this Territory unless he is a free, white male citizen of the United States, is over twenty one years of age, is of reputed soxind mind and discretion, is not so disabled in bedy as to be unable to serve, has not been convicted of any capital or infamous crime, owns taxable property and pays taxes in this Territory, and has been a constant resident therein during the year last preceding his being selected to serve as a juror. Sec. 5.-And be it further enacted that no officer or soldier of the United States army or other person subject to their military authority is eligible to hold any office or serve on any jury or vote at any election in this Territory, unless his home and place of residence was therein at the time of engaging in such service. Sec. 6.-No person shall be deemed a resident within the meaning of this act, unless he is a tax payer in this Territory. Approved Jan. 21, 1859. ¦¦ .