||LAWS OF UTAH. 173 and authorized to construct a dam or reservoir on Spring Creek, south of said city, at such place as they may deem suitable, and control the waters thereof for the use and benefit of the citizens of Payson City, and regulate and control the same. Approved January 18, 1861. CHAPTER CX. An ORDINANCE to control the Waters of the Tivin Springs and Bock Spring, in Tooele Valley and County, for Mills and Irrigating purposes. Be it ordained by the General Assembly of the State of Deseret: That Ezra T. Benson is hereby granted the exclusive privilege of controling the waters in Tooele Valley, Tooele County, known as the Twin Springs, also the waters that issue from a spring called the Rock Spring, in said Valley and County, for mills and irrigating purposes. Approved Dec. 9, 1850. CHAPTER CXI. An ORDINANCE concerning City Creek and Canon. Be it ordained by the General Assembly of the State of Deseret: *That Brigham Young have the sole control of City Creek and Canon; and that he pay into the public treasury the sum of five hundred dollars therefor. Approved Dec. 9, 1850. CHAPTER CXII. An ORDINANCE granting the Waters of North Mill Creek Canon, and the Waters of the next Canon North, to Heber C. Kimball. Sec. 1.-Be it ordained by the General Assembly of the State of Deseret: That Heber C. Kimball have the exclusive privilege of conveying the waters of North Mill Creek Canon and the waters of the Canon next north, to wit: about half a mile distant, to some convenient point below the mouth of the two Canons, and of appropriating the same to the use of a saw mill, grist mill and other machinery. Sec. 2.-Noxhing herein contained shall prevent the waters aforesaid from being used, whenever and wherever it is necessary, for irrigating. Approved Jan. 9, 1851.