||LAWS Ol' UTAH. 89 make the necessary bridge, culvert, or ford, agreeably to the provisions of this act, then it shall be the duty of the Supervisor to make or cause to be made a suitable bridge, culvert, or ford acr©ss the ditch or sect at the expense of the person or persons so offending, and may recover the .same by a suit at law before any court having jurisdiction in the matter. Approved March 3, 1852. CHAPTER LVIII. , An ACT in relation to the inspection of Spirituous Liquors. Sec. 1.-Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That there shall be and hereby is created the office of a Territorial Inspector of spirituous liquors. Sec. 2.-The Territorial Inspector of liquors shall be appointed by the Governor, and may be removed at pleasure.' Sec. 3.-All spirituous liquors manufactured or imported into this Territory, before being offered for sale, shall be inspected by the Territorial Inspector of liquors, or hk Deputy. Sec. 4.-It shall be the duty of the Inspector of liquors, or Deputy, to inspect and prove all liquors that he may be called to prove or gague, &c, and attach his mark or seal on the vessels containing the same. Sec. 5.-Be it further enacted: That Sykes Hydrometer and Scale adopted by the British Board of Excise, July 2nd, 1816, be and is hereby adopted as the standard for the proving spirits in the Territory of Utah. Sec. 6.-All spirits shall be deemed of the strength which Sykes Hydrometer denotes them. Sec. 7.-Any person selling spirituous liquors that have not been inspected and approved by the'Inspector, or Deputy, according to the provisions of this act, shall forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars for every such offense, at the discretion of the Court having jurisdiction, to be paid into the Territorial treasury. Approved Feb. 5, 1852. CHAPTEE LIX. An ACT regulating Elections. Sec. 1.-Be it enacted by the Governor and. Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That annually on the first Monday of August there shall be a general election held in each precinct in the several counties, for choosing all officers not otherwise provided for. Sec. 2.-The County Clerk shall cause a notice of the time and place, and the number and kind of officers to be chosen, to be put up in two public places in each precinct, at least six days before the time of election. Sec. 3.-The senior Justice of the Peace shall be the Judge "of elections in his precinct, and shall appoint one clerk, and furnish the necessary stationery and a ballot box; and, in the absence of a Justice of the Peace, the electors first assembled on the day of election, to the number of six, may appoint some suitable person to act as Judge of that election. Sec. 4.-The election shall be held from one hour after sunrise until sunset; and no elector shall vote in any precinct excepting where he resides.