||LAWS OF UTAH. 133 Sec. 14.-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 to prevent and remove the same. Sec. 15.-To provide the <;ity with water; to dig wells, lay pump logs and pipes and erect pumps in the streets, for the extinguishment of fires and convenience of the inhabitants. Bee. 10.-To open, alter, widen, exteud, establish, grade, pave or otherwise improve and keep ia repair streets, aveaue3, lanes aad alleys; and to establish, erect and keep in repair aqueducts and bridges. Sec. 17.-To provide for the lighting of the streets and erecting lamp posts; and establish, support and regulate ni.^ht watches; to erect market houses, establish markets and market places and provide for the government and regulation thereof. Sec. 18.-To provide for erecting all needful bufldings for the use of the citj1', and for inclosing, improving and regulating all public grounds belonging to the city. Sec. 19.-To license, tax and regulate auctioneers, merchants, retailers, grocers and tavern3, ordinaries, hawkers, peddlers, brokers, pawn-brokers and money changers. Sec. 20.-To license, tax and- regulate hacking, carriages, wagons, carts and drays; and fix the rates to be charged for the carriage of persons and for wagonage, cartage and draying of property; as alse to license abd regulate porters and fix the rates of porterage. Sec. 21.-To license, tax and regulate theatricals and other exhibitions, shows and amusements. Sec. 22.-To tax, restrain, prohibit and suppress tippling houses, dram shopSj gaming houses, bawdy and other disorderly houses. Sec. 23.-To provide for the prevention and extinguishment of fires: to regulate the fixing of chimneys and the flues thereof and stove pfpes, and to organize and establishi fire companies. See. 24.-To regulate the storage of gunpowder, tar, pitch, resin and other combustible materials. See. 25,-To regulate and order parapet walls and other partition fences; to restrain, regulate or prohibit the running at large of cattle, horses, mules, sheep, swine.- goats and all kinds of poultry; and to "tax and regulate the keeping of dogs, and to authorize the destruction of the same when at large contrary to city ordinances. Sec. 2G.-To establish standard weights and measures and regulate the weights and measures to be used in the city, in all cases not provided for by law. Sec. 27.-To provide for the inspection and measuring of lumber and other building materials, and for the measurement of all kinds of mechanical work. Sec. 28.-To provide for the inspection and weighing of hay, lime and stone coal, and the measuring of charcoal, fire wood and other fuel to be sold or used within the city. Sec. 29.-To license, regulate, prohibit or restrain the manufacturing, selling or giving away of spirituous, vinous or fermented liquors, tavern keepers, dram or tippling shop keepers, boarding, victualing or coffee houses, restaurants, saloons or other houses or places for the selling or giving away of ardent, vinous or fermented liquors; to provide for and regulate the inspection of tobacco, beef, pork, flour and meal; also beer, whisky, brandy and all other spirituous and fermented liquors. Sec. 30.-To regulate the weight, quality and j)rice of bread sold and used in the city. » Sec. 31.-To provide for taking- the enumeration of the inhabitants of the city. Sec. 32.-To fix the compensation of all city officers, and regulate the fees of jurors, witnesses and others for services rendered under this or any city ordinance. Sec. 33.-The City Council shall have exclusive power within the city, by ordinance, to license, regulate, suppress or restrain billiard tables and from one to twenty pin alleys and every other description of gaming or gambling. Sec. 34.-The City Council shall have exclusive power within the city, by ordinance, to regulate the police of the city: to impose fines, forfeitures and penalties for the breach of any ordinance, and provide for the recovery of such fines and forfeitures and the enforcement of such penalties; and to pass such ordinances as may be necessary and proper to carry into effect and execution the powers specified in this act: Provided, that such ordinances are not repugnant to the Constitution of the United States or the laws of this Territory. Sec. 35.-All ordinances passed by the City Council shall, within one month after they shall have been passed, be published in some newspaper printed in said city, or-certified copies thereof be posted up in three of the most public places in the city. Sec. 36.-All ordinances of the city may be proven by seal of the corporation; and when published in book or pamphlet form, purporting to be printed or published by the authority of the corporation, the same shall be received in evidence in all Courts or places, without further proof.