||COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. • 185 sion; and shall be known by the name and style of " The Deseret Agricultural and Manufacturing Society," and shall have power to sue and be sued, defend and be defended in all courts of law or equity; and may have a seal which they may use and alter at pleasure. (427.) Sec. 4. Said society have power to make, es-May make by-tablish and carry out all needful by-laws, not conflicting with the Constitution of the United States and the laws of this Territory ; and to do and perform all acts necessary for the proper exercise of the powers herein conferred, and for promoting the objects contemplated in this act. (428.) Sec. 5. They shall hold an annual exhibition at shaiihoid _, ,, V i -j. i. i i.i -i ^ i/i in annual exhibi- Salt Lake city, or at such other place or places as they shall tion. deem proper, of all such agricultural products, stock and domestic manufactured articles as, in their opinion, will be best calculated to stimulate the people of this Territory in industrial pursuits, and best subserve the cause of domestic industry; and shall award premiums for the best specimens of all such articles and animals as they will permit to be entered in the lists for competition ; and shall annually pub- Award lish a list of what they will consider entitled to premiums Premiums>etc-and fix the rate and award premiums as they shall deem proper: Provided, that other articles than those included in the list shall be admitted and arranged for by the board, and be exhibited under their direction. (429.) Sec. 6. A maiority of said board shall form a Quorum for ^ ' o j transaction of quorum to do business, may fill vacancies in the board, and business. fix the manner and rate of the admission of members to said society. (430.) Sec. 7. For the purpose of starting this enter- Appropriation prise and aiding the president arid directors in carrying out the objects contemplated in this act, the sum of fifteen hundred dollars is hereby appropriated, to be drawn by the treasurer of said society, and expended by the board in awarding premiums for the best specimens of native productions on exhibition for premiums under their direction. (431.) Sec. 8. No person can become a member of this condition of society, or be entitled to receive any premium, without com- members ip* plying with such rules and terms of admission as shall be established by said board.