Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1867

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Title

Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1867
Acts, Resolutions and Memorials adopted by the Fourth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona : Session begun on the fourth day of September, and ended on the seventh day of October, A.D. 1867, at Prescott

Subject

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

Description

ORDER OF ACTS -- 1. To divorce James M. Williams -- 2. To punish vagrants, vagabonds and suspicious persons -- 3. To authorize Sheriffs to employ convicts at some kind of labor -- 4. To prevent and punish the sale of liquor to Indians -- 5. To provide for the segregation of Mining Claims -- 6. To prevent the improper use of Deadly Weapons -- 7. Authorizing the Supervisors of Yavapai County to levy a Special Tax to purchase Ground and erect a Jail -- 8. For the Removal of the County Seat of Pah-Ute County -- 9. Permitting certain Agricultural Products to be sold without License -- 10. Amendatory of "An Act Concerning Escheated Estates," approved October 27, 1866 -- 11. For the Relief of the County Recorder of Yavapai County -- 12. To permanently locate the Capital or Seat of Government of the Territory -- 13. To establish the terms of the Supreme Court, and of the District Court of Yuma County -- 14. Concerning County Treasurers, County Collectors, and Boards of Supervisors -- 15. Of Public Administrators -- 16. Defining the time for the qualification of certain officers -- 17. Providing for certain necessary Territorial expenses -- 18. Authorizing the construction of Wells on Desert Roads -- 19. Concerning the Territorial Indebtedness -- 20. Concerning Common Schools -- 21. To repeal an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the segregation of Mining Claims," approved November 5, 1866 38 -- AMENDMENTS TO THE HOWELL CODE -- 22. Amendatory of Chapter 29, Howell Code, Of Probate Courts -- 23. Amendatory of Chapter 40, Howell Code, Of Notaries Public -- 24. Amendatory of Chapter 52, Howell Code, Of the Incorporation of Villages -- 25. Amendatory of "An Act amendatory of Chapter 33, Howell Code, Of Finances and Taxation," approved December 30, 1865 -- 26. Amendatory of Chapter 48, Howell Code, Of Proceedings in Civil Cases -- 27. Amendatory of Chapter 10, Howell Code, Of Crimes and Punishments -- 28. Amendatory of Chapter 11, Howell Code, Of Proceedings in Criminal Cases -- 29. Amendatory of "An Act amendatory of Chapter 6, Howell Code, Of County Treasurers," approved December 30, 1865 -- 30. Repealing Section 17, Chapter 14, Howell Code, Of the Legislature -- 31. Amendatory of Section 16, Chapter 14, Howell Code, Of the Legislature -- ORDER OF RESOLUTIONS -- 1. Regarding the Territorial Library -- 2. Authorizing a settlement with William S. Oury -- 3. Asking that the Territory be removed from under the command of General McDowell, and made a separate Military Department -- 4. Regarding the offices of United States Marshal and District Attorney -- 5. Regarding Ron. Richard C. McCormick, Governor of the Territory -- 6. Regarding Ron. James P. T. Carter, Secretary of the Territory -- ORDER OF MEMORIALS -- 1. Asking that the Governor be authorized to raise a regiment of Volunteers -- 2. Asking an increase in the jurisdiction of Justices of the Peace -- 3. Asking a change in the Customs Revenue District -- 4. Regarding Pah-Ute County -- 5. Asking the Secretary of the Treasury to allow certain expenditures made by the Territory -- 6. Asking an increase in the pay of the members and officers of the Legislature -- 7. Asking the construction of Military roads -- 8. Asking that Quartermasters be authorized to purchase certain supplies in open market

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

1868

Rights

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

Relation

Session Laws of Arizona Territory

Format

74 p.

Language

en

Type

text

Identifier

b23329014

Citation

Arizona--Legislative Assembly, “Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1867,” Cracchiolo Law Library Digital Collections, accessed January 26, 2021, https://ualawlib.omeka.net/items/show/1304.