||LAWS OV UTAH. 107 thereafter, Washington and Kane Counties shall elect ona Kepresentative to the Legislative Assembly; Iron County one; Beaver and Piute Counties one; Millard County one; Juab County one; Sanpete and Sevier Counties two; Utah County three; Wasatch County one; Summit anil Green River Counties one; Great Salt Lake County six; Tooele County one; Davis and Morgan Counties two; Weber County two; Box Eider County one; and Cache and Richlancl Counties two. Sec. 2.-At the general election in eighteen hundred and sixty-three, and bienially thereafter, Washington and Kane Counties shall elect one Councilor to the Legislative Assembly; Iron, Beaver and Piute Counties one; Millard and Juab Counties one; Sanpete and Sevier Counties one; Utah and' Wasatch Counties two; Great Salt Lake, Tooele, Summit and Green River Counties four; Davis and Morgan Counties one; Weber and Box Elder Counties one; and Cache and Richlancl Counties one. Approved Jan 17, 1882. CHAPTEE LXXXII. RESOLUTION giving authority to the Hon. John F. Kinney to collect a certain amount due the Territory. Resolved that the Hon. Jonn F. Kinney be instructed and empowered to present the olaim of the Territorial Treasury to the Treasury Department at Washington, D. C, for collection, said claim of seven hundred and fifty-two dollars and twenty-five cents, ($752 25), being for boarding, clothing and guarding a United States convict, in the year I860; and that all necessary authority for the collection of said claim be forwarded by the Territorial Treasurer, at an early day. Approved Jan. 21, 1S64. CHAPTER LXXXIII. J.n ACT in relation to Butchering and Meat Markets outside the limits of Incor-poroted Cities that are acting under their Charters. Sec. 1.-Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That no person shall be allowed to erect a slaughter-house or yard, or to commence the business of butchering or keeping a meat market, without first obtaining a license therefor from the County Court of the county in which -such business is designed to be carried on. Sec. 2.-All persons so licensed as butchers shall keep a book in which they shall record a faithful description of the age, size and colors of all cattle by them killed, withvthe brands and ear marks thereon, together with the name of the person from whom'received and the time when killed, which book shall be open to the inspection of the public. Sec. 3.-All persons who receive license from the County Court for establishing a butchery or meat market, shall pay quarterly in advance into the County Treasury such sum as may be deemed necessary or sufficient by the County Court of the proper county. " ¦¦.¦'¦ Sec. 4.-Any person violating this act shall upon conviction thereof, pay a.fiiie not to exceed one hundred dollars for each offense. Sec. 5.-Nothing in this act shall be so construed as to interfere with any incorporated city.. Approved Jan. 11,1865.