||104 COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. one thousand dollars each, conditioned for the faithful per- formance of the duties of their office, to be approved by and filed' filed with the auditor of public accounts ; and the same may be increased, when in the auditor's judgment the public good requires it. qulciific^taion (106.) Sec. 3. There shall be elected, by the joint vote of warden. of the Legislative Assembly, a Warden, whose term of office shall be four years, and until his successor shall be elected and qualified, unless sooner superseded by legislative election ; said warden shall qualify by taking and subscribing an oath to faithfully perform the duties of his office according to law, and give bonds in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars, in the same manner as prescribed for the directors in section second of this act. therboird?tof (lo7O Sec. 4, The directors shall appoint one of their number president of the board, a majority of whom shall form a quorum for business; they shall appoint a clerk, overseers, guards and all other necessary officers for the penitentiary, not otherwise provided for; and all persons so appointed may be required by the directors to give bonds, shaiiqualify. wit}l secllrity, to the people of the Territory of Utah, which bonds shall be approved by and filed with the auditor of public accounts. Duties of di- (108.) Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of the directors to rectors. ^.^ ^ pQj^entiary as often as they may deem it necessary, to examine and enquire into all matters connected with the government and discipline thereof; and to give necessary directions to the warden relative to all matters pertaining thereto; and may require the convicts, who may hereafter be convicted, to labor outside the wall on any public or private works; and when thus employed cause that they be well secured and properly guarded. Directors (109.) Sec. 6. The directors shall at all times have free cess for in-c access to all parts of the penitentiary, and may inspect all spection, <fcc. . ^ _ J ^ /' -, books, papers, documents, communications and correspon-. dence pertaining thereto. Directoisto (HO.) Sec. 7. The directors shall annually report to report annu- the Legislative Assembly, during the first week of its session, the condition of the penitentiary, the number of convicts, their condition; also for what and how long they were sentenced, specifying how many are Territorial; the fiscal affairs, and all the avails arising from the labor of convicts, and an approximate estimate of the means necessary to* defray expenses for the ensuing year.