Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1873

Title

Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1873
Acts, Resolutions and Memorials adopted by the Seventh Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona : Session begun on the sixth day of January, and ended on the fourteenth day of February, A.D. 1873, at Tucson

Subject

Session laws--Arizona
Legislation--Arizona--Periodicals
Laws--Arizona

Description

ORDER OF ACTS -- 1. To divorce A. P. K. Safford from the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing with Jenny L. T. Safford -- 2. Legalizing the acts of Charles Baker as a member of the Board of Supervisors of Yuma county -- 3. To locate the County Seat of Mohave County -- 4. Fixing the compensation for mileage of members of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona -- 5. To change the name of Daniel Lee Pierce to Daniel Lee Noyes -- 6. To authorize the County Treasurers of the several counties of this Territory to appoint deputies -- 7. To encourage Scientific Medical Practice and to prevent Quackery -- 8. Amendatory of Chapter ten of the Howell Code, entitled of Crimes and punishment, and acts amendatory thereto -- 9. Amendatory of Chapter twenty-four of the Howell Code, entitled "of General and Special Elections." -- 10. To appropriate money for Educational purposes -- 11. To facilitate the payment of the debt of Yuma county -- 12. To provide for the appointment and prescribe the duties of Guardians -- 13. To change the name of Arizona City -- 14. To provide for obtaining the Statistics of the Territory -- 15. To better enable the Board of Supervisors of Yuma County to erect County Buildings -- 16. To divorce Mary Jane Mansperger from her husband, Samuel S. Mansperger -- 17. Prescribing the duties of the Boards of Supervisors in the several Counties of this Territory -- 18. To amend chapter eleven, Howell Code, of Proceedings in Criminal Cases -- 19. Changing the name of Genoveva Van Haren to Genevieve Van Haren Oury -- 20. To change the name of William Henry McDonough to Sidney Willis Carpenter -- 21. Relating to District Courts -- 22. Amendatory of "chapter eleven, Howell Code," entitled "Of Proceedings in Criminal Cases." -- 23. To amend an act entitled "An act to provide Revenue for the Territory of Arizona, and the several counties thereof," approved February 18, 1871 -- 24. To authorize the Town Corporation of Yuma to levy a special tax for the purpose of constructing a levee on the Gila and Colorado rivers -- 25. To amend section one of an act entitled "An act fixing the Commencement, Terms, Time and Expiration of the office of certain Territorial and County officers," approved February 18, 1871, and to legalize the acts of Notaries Public and Commissioners of Deeds -- 26. To encourage the sinking of Artesian Wells -- 27. Amendatory of chapter thirty-seven of the Howell Code, entitled "Of Exemptions of Real Estate." -- 28. To amend section four hundred and seventy-five of chapter eleven of the Howell Code, entitled "Of Proceedings in Criminal Cases." -- 29. To authorize the appointment of a Territorial Commissioner to the International Exposition at Vienna -- 30. Concerning Proceedings in Justices' Courts -- 31. To amend an act entitled "An act to establish Public Schools in the Territory of Arizona," approved February 18, 1871 -- 32. To amend section two hundred and nineteen of chapter forty-eight
of the Howell Code, "Of Proceedings in Civil Cases" -- 33. To amend section four hundred and thirty-one of chapter eleven of the Howell Code, entitled "Of Proceedings in Criminal Cases." -- 34. To amend section one of an act "To Provide Revenue for the Territory of Arizona, and the several counties thereof," approved February 18, 1871 -- 35. To authorize the Publication of Information of the Resources of the Territory of Arizona -- 36. To amend section fourteen, chapter thirty-five of Howell Code, "Of Limitations of Actions." -- 37. To amend an act entitled "An act creating the office of District Attorney," approved October 27, 1866 -- 38. Relating to Common Carriers -- 39. Amendatory of chapter forty-eight of Howell Code, "Of Proceedings in Civil Cases -- 40. To legalize certain transcribed records of the county of Maricopa -- 41. To amend section six hundred and fifty-seven of chapter eleven of Howell Code, "Of Costs in Criminal Actions and Proceedings." -- 42. Concerning Roads and Highways -- 43. To prohibit the Sale of Liquor to Indians -- 44. Relating to the care and treatment of Insane persons -- 45. Amendatory of an act entitled "An act providing for the holding of District Courts in Maricopa County," approved February
18, 1871 -- 46. To re-imburse the County of Yavapai for expenses incurred in maintaining Insane persons -- 47. To amend section four hundred and twenty-nine of chapter eleven, Howell Code, entitled "Of Proceedings in Criminal Cases" -- 48. To extend the corporate limits of the "Village of Tucson" for certain purposes -- 49. To facilitate the final settlement of the estate of Robert Cavanagh, deceased -- 50. To extend the southern boundary of Maricopa county -- 51. To provide for the Civil Expenses of the Territorial Government -- 52. To provide for the Adoption of Children -- 53. To provide for obtaining a New Seal for the office of the Secretary of the Territory -- 54. To amend an act entitled An act concerning Marks and Brands, approved February 18, 1871 -- 55. To appropriate money out of the General Fund of the Territory of Arizona to the several Counties thereof for Educational Purposes -- 56. To amend an act entitled An act fixing the Apportionment for members of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona, and providing for the taking of a Census and for other
purposes, approved February 18,1871 -- 57. To provide for the incorporation of Religious, Social and Benevolent Societies -- 58. Fixing the times for holding terms of the District Court of the Second Judicial District in and for Mohave county -- 59. To define the Jurisdiction of Probate Courts -- JOINT RESOLUTIONS -- 1. Asking the Secretary of the Interior to commence the building of the Territorial Prison -- 2. Concerning Apache Indians -- MEMORIALS -- 1. Regarding Indian Reservations -- 2. Asking for the donation of land to encourage sinking of Artesian wells -- 3. Petition asking for cession of lands to the Territory of Arizona

Creator

Arizona--Legislative Assembly

Source

Digitized by: Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library, James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona

Publisher

Arizona Citizen

Date

1873

Rights

For non-commercial educational or personal use only. All other rights reserved.

Relation

Session Laws of Arizona Territory

Format

177 p.

Language

en

Type

text

Identifier

b23329014

Files

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Citation

Arizona--Legislative Assembly, “Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1873,” Cracchiolo Law Library Digital Collections, accessed November 20, 2017, http://ualawlib.omeka.net/items/show/1307.