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Title (1866) Acts, Resolutions and Memorials, Passed at the Several Annual Sessions of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, 1866
Subject Law
Description (1866) The Fifteenth Legislature, 1865, passed an act to print the laws as prepared and reported by the Joint Committee on Revision and Compilation, including laws of the current session. No 1865 session law was printed because these acts were incorporated into the 1866 compilation.
Publisher Legislative Assemblye of the State of Utah
Date 1866
Type Text
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Identifier KFU30 1866 .A193
Language eng
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Holding Institution S.J. Quinney College of Law, The University of Utah, South 1400 East, Salt Lake City, UT
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Date Created 2005-11-15
Date Modified 2006-01-25
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Title Chapter 93_page_122
Description 122 IjAWS OF UTAH. Council is further empowered to divide the city into School Districts, provide for the election of Trustees, appoint a Board of School Inspectors, annually assess and collect and expend the necessary tax for school purposes and for furnishing the city with water for irrigating and other purposes, and regulate and control the same; and furthermore, so far as may be necessary, control the water courses leading thereto in the immediate vicinity thereof. Sec. 18.-The City Council shall have the management and control of the finances and property of said city. Sec. 19.-To require and it is hereby made the duty of every male resident of the city, over the age of eighteen and under the age of fifty years, to labor not to exceed two days in each year upon the streets; but every person may, at his option, pay one dollar and fifty cents for the day he shall be so bound to labor: Provided it be paid within five days from the time he shall be notified by the Street Supervisor. In default of payment as aforesaid, the same may be collected as other taxes. Sec. 20.-The Council shall have power to borrow money for city purposes, the interest of which shall not exceed one-fourth of the city revenue arising from taxes of the previous year. Sec. 21.-The City Council shall have power by ordinance to regulate the form of the assessment rolls. The annual assessment roll shall be returned by the Assessor on or before the first Monday of April in each year, but the time may be-extended or additions made thereto by order of the City Council. On the return thereof, the City Council shall fix a day for hearing objections thereto; and any person feeling aggrieved by the assessment of hi3 property may appear at the time specified and make his objections, which shall be heard and determined upon by the City Council, and they shall have power to alter, addtto, take from and otherwise correct and revise said assessment roll. Sec. 22.-The Collector shall be furnished, within thirty days after the assessment rolls are corrected, with a list of taxes to be collected; and if not paid when demanded, the Collector shall have power to collect said taxes w.ith interest and cost by suit in the corporate name, as may be provided by ordinance. The assessment roll shall in all cases be evidence on the part of the corporation. Sec. 23.-To appropriate and provide for the payment of the expenses and debts of the city. Sec. 24.-To make regulations to prevent the introduction of contagious diseases Into the city; to make quarantine laws and enforce the same within the city and around it, not exceeding twelve miles next beyond the boundaries thereof. Sec. 25.-To establish hospitals and make regulations for the government of the same; to make regulations to secure the general health of the inhabitants; to declare what shall be nuisances and prevent and remove the same. Sec. 2G.-To provide the city with water, to dig wells, lay pump logs and pipes, and erect pumps in the street for the extinguishment of fires and the convenience of the inhabitants. Sec. 27.-To direct or prohibit the location and management of houses for the storing of gunpowder, tar, pitch, rosin or other combustible and dangerous materials within the city, and to regulate the conveying of gunpowder. Sec. 28.-To exclusively control, regulate, repair, amend and clear the streets, alleys, bridges,, sidewalks or crosswalks, and open, widen, straighten-or vacate streets and alleys and put drains or ditches and sewers therein, and prevent the incumberinjr of the streets in any manner and protect the same from any encroachment and injury. Sec. 29.-To provide for the lighting of the streets and erecting lamp posts; to erect market houses and establish markets and market places, and provide for the government and regulation thereof. Sec. 30.-To provide for the erection of all needful buildings for the use of the eity, and for inclosing, improving and regulating all public grounds belonging to the eity. Sec. 31.-To license, regulate, prohibit or restrain the manufacturers, sellers or Tenders of spirituous or fermented liquors, tavern keepers, dram or tippling shop keepers, boarding, victualling or coffee houses, restaurants, saloons or other houses ©r places for the selling or giving away of wines or other liquors, whether ardent, Tinous or fermented. Sec. 32.-To license, tax and regulate auctioneers, merchants, retailers, grocers, ordinaries, hawkers, pedlars, brokers, pawnbrokers and money changers. Sec. 33.-To regulate the selling or giving away of any ardent spirits or other intoxicating liquors by any shopkeeper, grocer or trader, to be drank in any shop, store, grocery, outhouse, yard, garden or other place within the city, except by persons or at places duly licensed; to forbid the selling or giving away of ardent •pirits or other intoxicating liquors to any child, apprentice or servant, without the •onsent of his or her parent, guardian, master or mistress, or to any Indian.
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Source Original Book: Acts, Resolutions and Memorials, Passed at the Several Annual Sessions of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, 1866
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Date Created 2005-11-15
Date Modified 2005-11-15
ID 717084
Reference URL