||LAWS OP UTAH. 119 Council of Great Salt Lake City of any power or authority conferred upon them by the ordinance incorporating said city, and the act amendatory thereto; but said City Council shall possess, exercise and enjoy all the powers and authority heretofore conferred upon them, except so far as such powers and authority have been expressly modified or repealed by this act, until said City Council are superseded by the election and qualification of their successors under this act. Sec. 87.-That "An ordinance to incorporate Great Salt Lake City," approved Jan. 19, 1851, be and is hereby repealed; and "An act in relation to the assessment, collection and expenditure of a tax for road and other purposes, within incorporated cities," approved June 4, 1853, so far as the same applies to Great Salt Lake City, be and is hereby repealed. Sec. 88.-The City Council shall publish, in at least one newspaper published in Great Salt Lake City, a quarterly statement of the amount of city revenue, specifying in said statement from whence derived and for what disbursed. Approved Jan. 20, 1860. CHAPTER XCII. An ACT amending the Charter of Great Salt Lake City. Sec. 1.-Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah: First.-That the City Council of Great Salt Lake City shall have power and authority to license, tax and regulate livery stables. Second.-To license, tax and suppress hackmen, draymen, carters, porters, omnibus drivers, cabmen, packers, carmen and all others who may pursue like occupations, with or without vehicles, and prescribe their compensation. Third.-To establish, erect and control hospitals, infirmaries and medical colleges; to purchase grounds for their erection and improve and adorn the same; and license, control and regulate physicians and surgeons. • Fourth.-To purchase and improve suitable grounds for a house of correction; to erect buildings thereon and adopt such rules and regulations for the government and punishment of offenders therein, as said Council' rnay from time to time deem expedient. Fifth.-To direct and control the location of railroad tracks and depot grounds within the city and regulate or prohibit the use of locomotive engines thereon, and may require the cars to be used within the inhabited portions thereof to be drawn or propelled by other power than that of steam. Sixth.-To regulate and control the location of gas works, canals, telegraph poles and all improvements of similar nature. Sec. 2. The City Council shall have power to levy and collect on real estate (or land claims and improvements thereon)' in any district or division benefitted, within the limits of said city, a sufficient tax to defray the expense of leveling, paving, macademizing or planking and opening and keeping in repair the streets and sidewalks, of constructing sewers and drains and keeping the same in repair, and of erecting lamps and lighting the streets in such respective districts or divisions: Provided, the money thus raised shall be exclusively expended for such purpose in the district where such taxes are assessed, and by such person or persons as the City Council may appoint. The amount to be assessed for any such improvement shall be determined by the City Council, who shall appoint three Commissioners, reputable citizens, to make such assessment, who shall be sworn to faithfully and impartially execute their duties. Before entering on their duties the Commissioners shall give six day's notice of the time and place of meeting, to all persons interested. The Commissioners shall assess th« amount directed by the City Council on the real estate (or land claims and improvements) by them deemed benefitted by any such improvement, in proportion to the benefit resulting thereto. When the Commissioners shall have completed their assessment and made a correct copy thereof, they shall deliver the same to the City Recorder within thirty days after their appointment, signed by all the Commissioners.