Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1868

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Title

Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1868
Acts, Resolutions and Memorials adopted by the Fifth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona : Session begun on the tenth day of November, and ended on the sixteenth day of December, A.D. 1868, at Tucson

Subject

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

Description

"ORDER OF ACTS -- 1. Extending the time for the collection of taxes in Pima County -- 2. To repeal chapter XIX Howell Code, "Of the Territorial Paper" -- 3. Granting leave of absence to the Recorder of Pima county -- 4. Defining the time when certain acts shall take effect -- 5. To repeal section 18 of an act creating the office of District Attorney -- 6. To permanently locate the Territorial prison -- 7. Amendatory of chapter XLV, Howell Code, "Of District Courts" -- 8. To repeal sixth clause of section 4, chapter LVII, Howell Code, "Of Jurors" -- 9. Regulating the fees "Of Jurors" -- 10. Creating the office of County Surveyor -- 11. To license Dance Houses -- 12. Providing a salary for the District Attorney of Yuma County -- 13. Concerning Public Highways or Streets -- 14. For the relief of the Territorial Librarian -- 15. To enforce the collection of the Territorial Revenue -- 16. Concerning Executors, Administrators and their sureties -- 17. Regarding Territorial Bonds and Warrants -- 18. Creaing the office of Attorney General -- 19. Regarding Weights and Measures -- 20. To amend Section 17, Chapter XXIII, Howell Code, "Of Education" -- 21. To prevent the sale of arms and ammunition to Indians -- 22. To amend Section 4, Chapter XXXIII, Howell Code, "Of Finance and Taxation" -- 23. Fixing the compensation to be allowed to the Sheriffs of the several counties for the performance of their duties as ex-officio County Assessors -- 24. To repeal Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 and 9, of "An Act concerning the Territorial Indebtedness" -- 25. Fixing the time for holding the District Court for the Second Judicial District in the County of Mohave -- 26. For the relief of Foreign Corporations doing business in the
Territory -- 27. Concerning the Territorial Treasurer, the County Treasurers, and Clerks of Boards of Supervisors -- 28. Providing penalties for refusal to perform duty; neglect of duty and malfeasance in office by certain county officers -- 29. Amendatory of Chapter 57, Howell Code, "Of the Fees of Officers -- 30. To establish Public Schools in the Territory -- JOINT RESOLUTIONS -- 1. Asking a mail route from Tucson to Wickenburg via camp Grant, Florence, Camp McDowell and Phoenix; also that semi-weekly service be put on the route from Prescott to Albuquerque -- 2. Recommending the establishment of a United States Depository in Tucson -- 3. Repealing Section 2, of Joint Resolution regarding the Territorial Library (approved Oct., 1, 1867.) -- 4. Instructing the officials of Yuma County to assess all the property within the limits of that county as defined in Section 1, Chapter 11, Howell Code -- 5. Providing for the payment of current and contingent expenses of the Territory for 1869 -- CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS -- 1. Regarding memorials of previous legislatures -- 2. Regarding Artesian Wells -- 3. Asking a daily Mail Service on the route from La Mesilla, New Mexico, to Los Angeles, California -- 4. Regarding Governor McCormick -- MEMORIALS -- 1. Asking an appropriation for Capitol buildings, Dec 9 -- 2. Asking that the commanding officers of the various Military posts in the Territory, be given authority to furnish arms ammunition, and rations to citizens under certain conditions -- 3. Asking an extension of the time allotted for the accumulation of a
fund to build the Territorial prison -- 4. Asking the establishment of a mail route from Tucson to Sasabi Flat -- 5. Asking an appropriation for a Territorial Library -- 6. Asking an appropriation to codify the Territorial laws -- 7. Asking that a Surveyor General be appointed for the Land District of Arizona, and for an appropriation for Surveys"

Creator

Arizona--Legislative Assembly

Source

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

Publisher

Tucson Publishing Company

Date

1869

Rights

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

Relation

Session Laws of Arizona Territory

Format

71 p.

Language

en

Type

text

Identifier

b23329014

Citation

Arizona--Legislative Assembly, “Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1868,” Cracchiolo Law Library Digital Collections, accessed January 26, 2021, https://ualawlib.omeka.net/items/show/1305.