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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
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Identifier KFU30 1866 .A193
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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
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Title Chapter 146_page_208
Description 203 LAWS OF UTAH. Sec. "6.-All that portion of the Territory bounded south by beaver County, west by Nevada; east by the summit of the monntaius separating the Sevier from. Pauvan and Round Valleys, following said summit east of the lake in Round Valley and north of Round Valley to its intersection with the Sevier river, thence down the channel of said river to the mouth of its lower cafion, thence due west to Nevada is hereby made and named Millard County, with County .Seat at Fillmore. Sec. 7.-All that portion of the Territory bounded south by Piute County, west by Millard County, north by an east and west line crossing the road at the fork of Willow creek between Gunnison and Salina, and east by Colorado is hereby made and named Sevier County, with County Seat at Richfield. Sec. 8.-rAll that portion of the Territory bounded south by Millard County, west by a line drawn due north from the north line of Millard County to the most western peak in the range of mountains between Tintic Valley and Meadow creek, thence along the summit of said range to its intersection with the range between Tintic and Rush valleys, north by the summit of the range between Tintic and' Rush valleys, and the summit of the range between Tintic valley and Cedar and Goshen valleys and the summit of the range between Goshen and Juab valleys and the summit of the high ground and range between Utah and Juab valleys, and east by the summit of the Nebo range of mountains to the highest southern peak of said range of mountains, thence on a straight line southwesterly to the north boundary of Millard County, crossing the Sevier river at the Upper Bluff Rock at the south end of Cedar Ridge, is hereby made and named Juab County, with a County Seat at Nephi. . Sec. 9.-All that portion of the Territory bounded south by Sevier County, west by Juab County, north by the summit of the range of mountains between Sanpete Valley and Spanish Fork river and along the summit of said range until it intersects Green river, thence by a line drawn due east from said intersection to the thirty-second meridian west from Washington City, and east by said meeidian is hereby made and named Sanpete County, with County Seat at Manti: Provided, that the hay ground of Thistle Valley shall be included in Sanpete County. Sec. 10.-All that portion of the Territory bounded south by Juab and Sanpete Counties, west by the summit of the range between Cedar and Rush Valleys, north by the summit of the cross range between the Oquirh and Wasatch mountains, east by the summit of the range passing around the head of Dry American Fork, Battle, Hobble, and Spanish Fork creeks and a line drawn due north and south across Provo river, at a poiut one-fourth of a mile above the north fork of Deer creek of said river, to intersect of each extremity of said line the summit of the last named range, is hereby made and named Utah County, with County Seat at Provo. Sec. 11.-All that portion of the Territory bounded south by Utah and Sanpete Counties, west by Utah and Great Salt Lake Counties, north by the summit of the range of mountains south of the head waters of East Canon and Silver creeks, following said summit to the points where the road leading to Great Salt Lake City and Rhode's Valley crosses, tlience south to Provo river at the high bluff belo.w Goddard's ranch, thence along the channel of said river to its head waters, thence easterly to the summit of the range of mountains north of Uinta Valley, thence along the last named summit and south of Brown's Hole to the thirty-second meridian west from Washing-tou City and east by said meridian is hereby made and named Wasatch County, with County Seat at Heber City. Sec. 12.-All that portion of the Territory bounded south by Utah County, west by the summit of the range of mountains between Great Salt Lake and Tooele Valleys and a line running from the northern termination of said summit through Black Rock on the south shore of Great Salt Lake, north by the shore of said Lake easterly to the mouth of Jordan river, thence by the centre of the channel of said river to a point due west from the Hot Springs north of Great Salt Lake City, thence by a line running due east to said Hot Springs, thence by the summit of the spur range terminating at such Hot Springs to its intersection with the summit of the Wasatch mountains, and east by the summit of said mountains is hereby made and named Great Salt Lake County, with County Seat at Great Salt Lake City. Sec. 13.-All the Islands in Great Salt Lake are hereby attached to Great Salt Lake County for election, revenue and judicial purposes; and judicial jurisdiction of all acts and transactions done or entered into on the waters of Great\Salt Lake and on so much of its beach as is not included in any county is hereby given to Great Salt Lake County and the Judicial District to which said County at the time belongs. Sec. 14.-All that portion of the Territory bounded south by Great Salt Lake County, west by the eastern Shore of Great Salt Lake, north by a line running due east from a point on said shore to a point in the centre of the channel of "Weber river due north from the northwest corner of Kingston's Fort, thence up the centre of said channel to a poiut opposite the summit of the Wasatch mountains, and east by the
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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
Setname uu_law_uschs
Date Created 2005-11-15
Date Modified 2005-11-15
ID 717170
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6w37x2b/717170