||124 COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. Same. Same* the treasurer and those of any other officer or receiver of county revenue, taxes, or other dues payable into the county treasury, and those of any person entrusted to expend any money of the county, and to require them to render their accounts as directed by law. (180.) Sec. 5. Said court shall keep a book to be known as the county book, in which shall be recorded all orders and decisions made by them, except those relating to roads and probate affairs. Orders for the allowance of money from the county treasury shall state on what account and to whom the allowance is made, dating and numbering the drawing on the treasury each order ; and said court are to superintend the fiscal affairs of the county and secure their management in the best possible manner. (181.) Sec. 6. The county court shall also keep a separate book for the entries of all proceedings and adjudications relating to the establishment, change or discontinuance of roads; and also separate books for probate business. They shall keep an account of the receipts and expenditures of the county and annually on the first Monday of June, cause a minute statement of them for the preceding year to be made, with an account of all debts payable to and by the county and the assets of the county; have a copy of the same posted up, one at the county seat, at the usual place of holding courts, and at each of two other public places in the county, or published in some newspaper having general circulation in the county, and shall cause the original to be filed in their office,, and shall also cause a copy thereof to be annually furnished to the Legislative Assembly of this Territory during the first two weeks of its session. (!) shaii district (182.) Sec. 7. The county courts shall district their res-road, precinct pective counties into road districts, precincts, school dis- and sohool 7 . • in it-. ¦, districts. tncis, or such other subdivisions as may become necessary or proper; locate sites for public buildings and erect the same; have the control of all timber, water privileges or any watercourse or creek; to grant mill sites and exercise such powers as in their judgment shall best preserve the timber and subserve the interests of the settlements in the distribution of water for irrigation or other purposes. Grants or rights held under legislative authority shall not be interfered with. (1) As provided by amendment of Feb. 21,1868.