Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1865

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Title

Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1865
Acts, Resolutions and Memorials adopted by the Second Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona : Session begun on the sixth day and ended on the thirteenth day of December, A.D. 1865, at Prescott

Subject

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

Description

ORDER OF ACTS -- 1. Creating the County of Pah-Ute -- 2. Convening a Special Term of the Supreme Court 20 -- 3. Repealing "An Act to provide for stay of Legal Proceedings on Foreign Indebtedness," approved November 6th, 1864 -- 4. Fixing the Fees of all public officers in Currency, and providing for the punishment of violation thereof -- 5. Legalizing certain acknowledgments of Deeds and other official acts of C. W. C. Rowell -- 6. Amendatory of "An Act incorporating the Castle Dome Railroad Company," approved November 3d, 1864 -- 7. Legalizing the official acts of certain county officers -- 8. Conferring certain jurisdiction on Justices of the Peace -- 9. Creating a Board of Supervisors in the several counties of the Territory -- 10. To incorporate the Prescott and Lynx Creek Toll Road Company -- 11. To empower the County Recorder of Yavapai County to transcribe certain Records -- 12. Granting leave of absence to the County Recorder of Yavapai County -- 13. Amendatory of "An Act to incorporate the Mohave and Prescott Toll Road Company, approved November 3d, 1864 -- 14. Concerning Bonds and Duo Bills -- 15. Of. Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes -- 16. For securing Liens to Mechanics, Laborers, and others -- 17. Granting leave of absence to the Territorial Treasurer -- 18. Repealing "An Act authorizing a Loan, on the faith and credit of the Territory, to inaugurate and pay the expenses of a Campaign against the Apache Indians, approved November 7th, 1864 -- 19. Of Placer Mines and Mining -- 20. To incorporate the Mowry Silver Mine Road Company -- 21. Conferring jurisdiction of all Mining Cases in the District Court -- 22. To incorporate the La Paz and Prescott Railway Company -- 23. To fix the time of holding the Terms of the Supreme and District Courts -- 24. Defining the time when certain acts shall take effect -- AMENDMENTS TO THE HOWELL CODE -- 25. Amendatory of Chapter 14, Howell Code, Of the Legislature -- 26. Amendatory of Chapter 6, Howell Code, Of County Treasurers 27. Amendatory of Chapter 33, Howell Code, Of Finance and Taxation -- 28. Amendatory of Chapter 11, Howell Code, Of Proceedings in Criminal Cases -- 29. Amendatory of Chapter 40, Howell Code, Of Notaries Public -- 30. Amendatory of Chapter 41, Howell Code, Of Habeas Corpus 31. Amendatory of Chapter 38, Howell Code, Of Attorneys and Counselors at Law -- 32. Amendatory of Chapter 17, Howell Code, Of Territorial Treasurer -- 33. Amendatory of Chapter 10, Howell Code, Of Crimes and Punishments -- 34. Amendatory of Chapter 35, Howell Code, Of Limitation of Actions -- 35-39. Amendatory of Chapter 48, Howell Code, Of Proceedings in Civil Cases -- 40. Amendatory of Chapter 33, Howell Code, Of Finance and Taxation -- 41. Amendatory of Bill of Rights, Howell Code -- 42. Amendatory of Chapter 30-32, Howell Code, Chapters 30, 31, and 32, 0f Marriages, Of the Rights of Married Women, Of Divorce, and repealing Chapter 27, Of Estates in Dower -- ORDER OF RESOLUTIONS -- 1. Asking that the boundary lines between California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and Arizona, be fixed -- 2. Empowering Ron. Coles Bashford, Attorney General, to collect the value of certain Territorial arms and ammunition -- 3. Authorizing Ron. Richard C. McCormick, Secretary and Acting Governor, to procure law books for the Territorial Library -- 4. Authorizing the Territorial Librarian to secure a suitable room for the safe keeping of the Territorial Library -- 5. Regarding the Death of Abraham Lincoln -- 6. Regarding National Affairs -- 7. Expressing views in regard to the position assumed by Ron. Charles D. Poston, as against Ron. John N. Goodwin, Delegate elect to Congress from Arizona -- 8. Tendering thanks to Hon. Richard C. McCormick, Secretary and Acting Governor of the Territory -- 9. Tendering thanks to Samuel Adams and Captain Thomas Trueworthy -- 10. Appointing a Translator and Interpreter -- 11. Instructing the Enrolling Committees -- 12. Appointing a Territorial Printer -- ORDER OF MEMORIALS -- 1. Asking Congress for an Appropriation to improve the Navigation of the Colorado River -- 2. Asking Congress to give certain lands to build a Railway in the Territory -- 3. Asking' Congress that the tract of land in the bend of the Colorado River, opposite Fort Yuma, be attached to the Territory -- 4. Asking Congress to extend to the Territories the benefit of the Act of Congress, approved July 2d, 1862, in reference to the Agricultural and Mechanics' Colleges -- 5. Asking Congress that the Territory of Arizona be set apart as a separate Land District, that the office of Surveyor General be created, and for a survey of the Public Lands of the Territory -- 6. Asking Congress that a Reservation for the Yavapai, Pah-Ute, and Hualapai Indians, and for the friendly Apaches, be fixed upon the Lower Gila; and that the military force in the Territory be increased -- APPENDIX -- 1. Organic Act of Arizona -- 2. New Mexico, with the Amendments thereto

Creator

Arizona--Legislative Assembly

Source

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

Publisher

Arizona Miner

Date

1866

Rights

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

Relation

Session Laws of Arizona Territory

Format

98 p.

Language

en

Type

text

Identifier

b23329014

Citation

Arizona--Legislative Assembly, “Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1865,” Cracchiolo Law Library Digital Collections, accessed January 26, 2021, https://ualawlib.omeka.net/items/show/1302.