||APPLICABLE TO UTAH. 41 to the House of Eepresentatives of the United States, to serve during each Congress, who shall be elected by the voters in the Territory qualified to elect members of the Legislative Assembly thereof. The person having the greatest number of votes shall be declared by the governor duly elected, and a certificate shall be given accordingly. Every such delegate shall have a seat in the House of Representatives, with the right of debating, but not of voting. Sec. 1863. The first election of a delegate in any Territory for which a temporary government is hereafter provided by Congress shall be held at the time and places and in the manner the governor of such Territory may direct, after at least sixty days' notice, to be given by proclamation ; but at all subsequent elections therein, as well as at all elections for a delegate in organized Territories, such time, places, and manner of holding the election shall be prescribed by the law of each Territory. Sec. 1864. The supreme court of every Territory shall consist of a Chief Justice and two Associate Justices, any two of whom shall constitute a quorum, and they shall hold their offices for four years, and until their successors are appointed and qualified. They shall hold a term annually at the seat of government of the Territory for which they are respectively appointed, (l) Sec. 1865. Every Territory shall be divided into three judicial districts; and a district court shall be held in each district of the Territory by one of the justices of the supreme court, at such time and place as may be prescribed by law (2) and each judge, after assignment, shall reside in the district to which he is assigned. Sec. 1866. The jurisdiction, both appellate and original, of the courts provided for in section nineteen hundred and seven and nineteen hundred and eight, shall be limited by law. Sec. 1867. No justices of the peace in any Territory shall have jurisdiction of any case in which the title to land, or the boundary thereof, in anywise comes in question. Sec. 1868. The supreme court and the district courts, respectively, of every Territory, shall possess chancery as well as common law jurisdiction. Sec. 1869. Writs of error, bills of exception, and appeals shall be allowed, in all cases, from the final decisions of the district courts to the supreme court of all the Territories, respectively, under such regulation as may be prescribed by law; but in no case removed to the supreme court shall trial by jury be allowed in that court. (1) In this Territory, by act of Congress approved June 23,1874, two terms of the supreme court must be held each year. (2) By act of Congress approved June 23,1874, four terms of the district court must be held in each district in this Territory.