Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1875


Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1875
Acts, Resolutions and Memorials adopted by the Eighth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona : Session begun on the fourth day of January, and ended on the twelfth day of February, A.D. 1875, at Tucson


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ORDER OF ACTS -- 1. To change the name of David Froank to David Balz -- 2. To regulate the salary of the Territorial Treasurer of Arizona -- 3. Fixing the fees

of the Clerk of the District Court for naturalizing citizens -- 4. To repeal chapter 18 of the Compiled Laws of Arizona, entitled "Of Territorial Reporter" --

5. To create the County of Pinal -- 6. To encourage the sinking of Artesian Wells -- 7. Supplemental to chapter 52 of the Compiled Laws of Arizona -- 8. Fixing

the time for holding the District Courts -- 9. Providing for the taxation of the net proceeds of Mines -- 10. Concerning lawful fences, and animals trespassing

on premises lawfully enclosed in the Counties of Mohave and Yuma -- 11. Granting leave of absence to John H. Marion, Treasurer of Yavapai County -- 12. To

authorize the Territory of Arizona to become an exhibitor at the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia in 1876 -- 13. Amendatory of chapter 48 of the Compiled

Laws "Of Proceedings in Civil Cases -- 14. Concerning the Salary of the Justices of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona -- 15. To prescribe the Fees

of Justices of the Peace in certain cases -- 16. Concerning Interpreters -- 17. To provide for the care of Indigent Persons -- 18. Concerning Insurance

Companies organized without this Territory -- 19. Relating to Compulsory Education -- 20. In relation to the sale of Spirituous and Malt Liquors or Wines
at retail -- 21. To amend chapter 11, Howell Code, regulating Proceedings in Criminal Cases -- 22. Granting leave of absence to R. N. Leatherwood, Treasurer of
Pima County, A. T -- 23. Supplemental to chapter 24 of the Compiled Laws of Arizona, concerning the Registration of Voters -- 24. Repealing chapter 16 of the

Compiled Laws, entitled "An Act creating the office of Attorney-General" -- 25. Granting leave of absence to J. W. Owen, Treasurer of Maneopa County -- 26. To

amend section 5 of an act to amend an act entitled "An Act creating the Office of District Attorney." Approved February 13th, 1873 -- 27. To aid in the

Administration of Justice in the County of Pinal -- 28. To amend chapter 22, Howell Code, "Of Vacancies, Resignations and Removals from Office" -- 29.

Concerning the School Fund of Pinal County -- 30. To establish the Salaries of the Officers of the County of Pinal -- 31. Authorizing the County Recorder of

Pima County to transcribe certain records for certain purposes -- 32. To provide Revenue for the Territory of Arizona and the several Counties thereof -- 33. To

transfer to the County of Mohave, from the second Judicial District to the third Judicial District, in this Territory -- 34. To establish Public Schools in the

Territory of Arizona -- 35. To reimburse the Territorial Treasurer for expenses incurred in and for taking care of the Territorial Weights and Measures -- 36.

For the relief and benefit of the Sisters of Saint Joseph's Academy, Tucson, A. T -- 37. To provide for the civil expenses of the Territorial Government -- 38.

To provide for the taking of the Census of, and in the several Counties of the Territory of Arizona -- 39. To provide for the erection of buildings in Maricopa

County -- 40. To amend an act entitled "An Act to prevent the improper use of deadly weapons and the Indiscriminate use of fire-arms in towns and villages of

the Territory ." Approved September 30th, 1867 -- 41. Amendatory of chapter 47, Howell Code, "Of Jurors," and acts amendatory thereto -- 42. Concerning the

transaction of judicial business in the District Courts -- 43. To amend chapter 45, Howell Code, "Of Courts of Justice in general and their Jurisdiction" -- 44.

To amend an act entitled "An Act to establish the terms of the Supreme Court." Approved February 17th, 1871 -- 45. To amend chapter 10, Howell Code, "Of Crimes

and Punishments" -- 46. Authorizing and requiring the County Superintendent of Public Schools of Pima County, Arizona Territory, to draw his warrant on the

County Treasurer of said County, in favor of H. B. Summers, for any moneys belonging to School District No. 2, not exceeding the sum of $300 -- 47. Regulating

the herding of Sheep -- 48. Authorizing a loan on the faith and credit of the Territory, and to provide for the erection of a Territorial Prison, and for the

confinement of prisoners therein -- 49. Regulating the percentage of County Treasurers -- 50. To permanently locate the Territorial Seat of Government at

Tucson, Pima County, Arizona Territory -- JOINT RESOLUTIONS -- 1. Of thanks to Gen. George Crook -- 2. Requesting the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona to

print certain Laws and Treaties with the Session Laws of 1875 -- MEMORIALS -- 1. Regarding Pima and Maricopa Indians -- 2. Relative to Mail Service in Arizona

-- 3. Concerning a Penitentiary in Arizona


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