||71 paid into the Perpetual Emigrating Company's Fund semi-annually for the use of the poor. Sec. 8. It shall be the duty of the pound keeper in each precinct to give twenty days' notice, by publication in a newspaper, or the posting up of bills in three of the most public places in the precinct, previous to making sale of any animal in his possession, forfeited for sale, agreeably to the provisions of this ordinance. He shall keep an accurate account of the same, with the proceeds thereof, together with the amount paid out, on certificates of appraisal of damages and costs, and make report thereof semi-annually to the clerk of the county court, with the amount due the Poor Fund. Sec. 9. Nothing in this ordinance shall be so construed or understood, as to prevent the just and impartial assessment of damages, or in any wise hinder the real owner from recovering his animal by paying all such just and reasonable charges, excepting such animals as are forfeited, agreeably to the sixth and seventh sections of this ordinance. JEDEDIAH M. GRANT, Speaker of the House of Representatives. i HEBER C. KIMBALL, Speaker of the Senate. Approved, Feb. 12, 1851, BRIGHAM YOUNG, Gov. Thomas Bullock, Clerk. AN ORDINANCE, relating to Inclosures and Trespass. Passed Feb. 7, 1851. Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the General Assembly of the State of Deseret, that all lands, except those that are inclosed or being inclosed, are hereby declared common pasturage, and all peaceable animals shall be free to run at large and graze thereon, except swine. Sec. 2. All farming lands used 'for raising grain, grass, or other agricultural purposes, shall be inclosed with a good and lawful fence sufficient to secure the crop therein from the encroachments of all kinds of peaceable animals.