Chapter 10-Pleasant Grove_page 361

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Title 1855 Acts, Resolutions and Memorials, Passed at the Several Annual Sessions of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, 1855
Subject Law; Legislation--Utah
Description (1855) The Fourth Legislature, 1854, passed an act compile and revise the laws currently in force. Included were those of the current session. No 1854 session law was published. Laws not included in the compilation were deemed repealed, obsolete or not necessary to reprint. Included were marginal notes, index and table of contents
Publisher Published by Virtue of an Act Approved January 19, 1855, Great Salt Lake City, Utah
Date 1855
Type Text
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Source KFU30 1855 .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 84112-0730.
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Metadata Cataloger Kelly Taylor; Jan Robertson
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Date Created 2005-11-22
Date Modified 2012-06-05
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Title Chapter 10-Pleasant Grove_page 361
Description 361 . on a greater interest" than'1 six: per'cent. :pefan-ri{im:r:ii nor shall the -interest oil-''the aggregate o'fali'tlfe'stirhs^bbr-'' ''*'â- **"*â-  rbwe:d;,; and outstanding, ever exceed one half of; the eity revenue; arisingfrom taxes1 assessed'©if rdaLestateV â- within the city. r , •*â- '*'' u(' '*}â-  â- *'»**vvii« tjjjo .â- .â- .. â- â- â- â- S'e'c.-T®. :(To make r'6'i^ialatioris;ta 'â- ftitevent -the Intro- „ ,. , . •â-  . â- > .• ,P . . . . â- < i â- â€¢, j â-  Prevent (h auction oi Coh.tiagi'ous' disease's into tn'e-'city;:it'o make quarantine!1 aw's;for that purpose; and'enforce thiJ'sarne. Sec. 13. To appropriate arid provide for'tlie p-iyhi'ent offcheexpensesand debts of thecityr'/* â- Â« •â-  â- â- â- â- '"â- _ Dcb^ofcity. Sec. 14." Toestablish hospitals;- and -Jfaa'te 'regufa-: tions for th'e'gdvernff/ei'it of the sarne';: to'â- rnake-regiiila-tions to seciire'the 'ge'rierfil health oP'tlie- inhabitants; to' nosPital!U declare what shall be nuisances, and to prevent arid'i'e-' mdve the'sarae."1'^' 'â-  :â- 'â- '•â- '- â- '"! â- -â- '•â-  â- 'â- ^â- i >â- â- ' |;- â- "â- ^'' ,. ,,,.. ..,;.v i:SEc.l5.- To provide tliecitywifli ^atei^; to dig wells, :•-â- ': lay pump logs and^ptpes, ahd' trectpumps in the streets, water the eUy. for the'extinguishment of iires:, arid convenience; of-the ' .,..., inhabitnrits. â-  â- 'â- ' â-  'â- â- â€¢â- '•' '!' ;: '; ''•â- ' U:- lli!» <''*•'•li!|-'' '' r'-r; â-  â- â- -•â- â- .•.•' Sec. 16.•' To bpeti; :a,ltei%' wideh; !e'xi;encii'â- establish', RepBirft, grade, pav'e,1 oit: Otherwise: iraprove^an'dkeep'in fepair *»«i»s '''i3isiV' streets,; avenues',.-Juries and- alletys^'and t6;1e'stablisli, erect, a'rid keep in repair aqueducts-and bri'dges1. ; ' " and erectinjj;'lamp' ;pdsts, and establish; 'sup'port 'And ., . . ' ' regulate night Watches; to erect? 'in arket houses, estab- streets, lish markets and marketplaces, and pfoviil^' foi* the'Nlght W!ltcl'M-government and regulations thereof; :•'' • â-  â- ' 'â-  •';'1 v-;" "iVli Sec. 1 o. To provide for erecting' all needful buildings Public grounri*., for the use of the city,-and "for^enclosing, im'p-rdving, .,:â- , ,v..-, and regulating all public grounds belonging to'thecity, to regulate and contrbl-the'Hve trees;'and slirubbery, â-  < ^-^v^n and the Stater courses,1 and'w'ater1 privileg-es'-in ! the' ci'fcy, and so fa^-as may be; neeessary,; the water courses' leaid--ing'''tbere'Co-'in the'immediate Vicinity' thereof. • 'â- - ' ': Sec; 191' To license; 'fax, and1 regulate a'uetiorieers;1' mercha!nts,'ret)ailers', grocers anil taverns, "ofdinarres1, taxing pow**. liia;wkei"is; ^pedla'fs',: brokers;: pawn-brokers-,':aHd monley? changers. _ r â-  ^ifmOJMiig " SEci 20; 'To license, tax, andregula'tehackingi'c'ECr- Hacking. riaiges, wagons,1 carts, and drays;"and'{dx'"-11Ve rates'44be' .,;;;.r -<iia charged' for th'e' carriage of persons,-i^fid for wagoriage^ cartage' and dray age' of property, as^also^o lieeri'se t7 regulate'pbrters,1 and1 fix IJh'e rates of !por:tera|'6/<;'-'-'1
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Identifier 363_Chapter 10-Pleasant Grove_page 361.jpg
Source Original Book: Acts, Resolutions and Memorials, Passed at the Several Annual Sessions of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, 1855
Setname uu_law_uschs
Date Created 2005-11-22
Date Modified 2005-11-22
ID 718625
Reference URL