Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1881

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Title

Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1881
Acts and Resolutions of the Eleventh Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona : Session begun on the third day of January, and ended on the twelfth day of March, A.D. 1881, at Prescott

Subject

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

Description

ORDER OF ACTS -- 1. To confer additional powers upon Court Commissioners -- 2. Fixing the time of holding the terms of District Court in the County
of Mohave -- 3. To permanently locate the County Seat of Apache County -- 4. Granting leave of absence to C. A. Franklin, Probate Judge of Apache County -- 5. Repealing an Act entitled "An Act providing for compensation, in addition to that now allowed by law, to the Associate Justice of the Supreme Court holding the District Courts in the Third Judicial District in the Territory of Arizona" -- 6. To legalize certain acknowledgments of deeds and other instruments of a like character, by Wm. A. Hancock, as a Notary Public -- 7. To create the County of Cochise -- 8. To repeal an Act entitled "An Act fixing the fees of the public
officers, in currency, and providing for the punishment of violation thereof" -- 9. To change the name of Joseph A. Bayers to Albert S. Ashboy -- 10. To amend Section 9, Chapter LX, entitled "An Act concerning lawful fences and animals trespassing on premises lawfully enclosed in the County of Yavapai, Territory of Arizona," approved February 8, 1877 -- 11. To change the name of T. Napoleon Ray to Theophilus Roy -- 12. To prevent the destruction of fish -- 13. To prevent the practice of medicine, surgery or obstetrics by unqualified persons -- 14. To amend an Act entitled "An Act concerning lawful fences, and animals trespassing upon premises lawfully enclosed in Pinal County" -- 15. Concerning hides of cattle -- 16. To amend Section 10, of Chapter V, of the Compiled Laws in relation
to County Recorders -- 17. To create the County of Gila out of the Counties of Pinal and Maricopa -- 18. To amend Chapter LX of the Compiled Laws of Arizona, entitled "An Act regulating the herding of sheep," approved February 12, 1875 -- 19. To amend an Act entitled "An Act concerning lawful fences, and animals trespassing on premises lawfully enclosed in Yavapai County, Territory of Arizona" -- 20. To repeal an Act entitled "An Act to aid in the construction of
Capitol buildings, and for the support of the public schools of the Territory of Arizona," approved February 7, 1879 -- 21. To establish the salaries of certain officers in the County of Apache -- 22. To extend the corporate limits of the City of Tucson -- 23. To regulate the butchering business in the Territory of Arizona -- 24. Amendatory of Chapter XI, sections 133, 135 and 138, Compiled Laws, entitled "Proceedings in criminal cases" -- 25. To authorize the Board of Supervisors of the County of Pima to purchase land and erect thereon and furnish a Court-house and Jail, and issue bonds of said county and provide for the payment of the same -- 26. To legalize the Acts of the Common Council of the City of Tucson for the years 1879 and 1880 -- 27. To repeal section 511 of Chapter XLVIII of the Compiled Laws of the Territory of Arizona, entitled "Proceedings in civil cases" -- 28. To amend section 8 of "An Act to provide for the incorporation of religious, social and benevolent societies," approved February 14, 1873 -- 29. Supplemental to Chapter XLVIII of the Compiled Laws of the Territory of Arizona, and to repeal section 624 of said Chapter -- 30. Authorizing the County of Apache to issue bonds to raise money for Court-house and Jail purposes -- 31. Authorizing a loan on the faith and credit of the Territory of Arizona, and to provide for the construction and improvement of a wagon road from Yuma, by way of Castle Dome Mining District and Silver Mining District, to Ehrenberg, Yuma County -- 32. To reduce the salary of the District Attorney of Mohave County -- 33. Supplemental to and amendatory of "An Act establishing public schools in the Territory of Arizona," approved February 14, 1879 -- 34. Authorizing the Board of Supervisors of Pinal County to transfer certain amounts of the road funds into the general fund of said county -- 35. To provide for the time of holding Distcict Court in the County of Cochise -- 36. To change the name of B. W. Smith to Newton B. Wainsly -- 37. To protect the earnings of married women -- 38. Amending an Act entitled "An Act to prohibit hogs from running at large within the limits of any village, town or city in this Territory," approved February 8, 1877 -- 39. To incorporate the City of Tombstone, to define its limits and rights, to specify its privileges and powers, and provide for an efficient
government for the same -- 40. To repeal an Act entitled "An Act providing for the taxation of the net proceeds of mines," approved February 9, 1877 -- 41. Amendatory of an Act entitled "An Act to license dance houses in the Territory of Arizona," approved December 14, 1868 -- 42. To repeal an Act entitled "An Act to aid in the construction and maintenance of a certain railroad," approved February 13, 1879 -- 43. To provide for the manner of presenting claims against the counties in this Territory and defining the duties of the Boards of Supervisors -- 44. To amend section 11 of Chapter XLIII of the Compiled Laws, entitled of "Forcible Entry and Detainer" -- 45. To amend sections 29 and 30 of Chapter XLVIII of the Compiled Laws of Arizona, entitled "Of proceedings in civil cases," approved November 9, 1864 -- 46. To secure liens to landlords in certain cases -- 47. Concerning District Attorneys -- 48. To restrict gambling -- 49. To provide for the levying of taxes upon certain personal property of non-residents in the Territory of Arizona -- 50. Supplemental to an Act entitled "An Act to amend section 8 of an Act to provide for the incorporation of religious, social and benevolent societies, approved February 14, 1873 -- 51. Concerning delinquent taxes for the year 1880 in the county of Pima -- 52. Concerning the storage of explosive substances -- 53. To authorize the publication of information of the resources of Arizona Territory -- 54. To provide for the redemption of certain bonds -- 55. To provide for the erection of public buildings in the City of Tombstone, Arizona Territory, and other matters relating thereto -- 56. To authorize the Board of Supervisors of the County of Cochise to purchase land and erect thereon and furnish a Court-house and Jail, and issue bonds of said County, and provide for the payment of the same -- 57. To provide for holding District Courts in the County of Apache, for the transfer of cases to said county, and concerning county records of the County of Yavapai pertaining to property within the County of Apache -- 58. To incorporate the City of Phoenix -- 59. To amend section 256 of Chapter XLVIII, Compiled Laws, entitled "Of proceedings in civil cases, of the forms in civil actions, and of the parties thereto -- 60. Supplemental to an Act entitled "An Act to punish vagrants, vagabonds and suspicious persons" -- 61. To amend section 4 of an Act to regulate appeals from Justice's Courts -- 62. To encourage the construction of a certain railway -- 63. To fund the debt of Yavapai County, and to provide for the payment of the same -- 64. To define and punish certain crimes -- 65. Supplemental to an Act entitled "An Act to create the County of Gila out of portions of Pinal and Maricopa" -- 66. To provide for the appointment of Commissioners of Fisheries for the Territory of Arizona -- 67. To give validity to certain records made in the County of Pima -- 68. To enlarge the limits of the City of Tombstone, Arizona Territory -- 69. To amend Chapter XL, of the Compiled Laws of Arizona Territory, entitled "Of Notaries Public" -- 70. For the protection of consumers of illuminating gas, and for the protection of gas companies -- 71. Authorizing the construction and maintenance of a certain railroad -- 72. To exempt peddlers of Arizona raised products from license tax -- 73. To amend an Act entitled "An Act fixing the time of the meeting of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory," approved February 13, 1871, and being sections 1128 and 1129 of the Compiled Laws -- 74. For the relief of P. C. Shannon -- 75. To incorporate the City of Prescott -- 76.To amend an Act entitled "An Act concerning lawful fences and animals trespassing upon premises lawfully enclosed, in the County of Pima, Territory of Arizona," being No. 7 of Acts passed by the Tenth Legislative Assembly, and approved February 6, 1879 -- 77. To repeal an Act entitled "An Act providing for the taxation of the net proceeds of mines," approved February 4, 1875; and also an Act entitled "An Act to amend an Act providing for the taxation of the net proceeds of mines," approved February 9, 1877 -- 78. To amend section 25 of Chapter LI of the Compiled Laws of Arizona, entitled, "Of General Incorporations," approved November 6, 1866 -- 79. To provide for the survey and establishment of county boundaries -- 80. For the protection of stock raisers -- 81. To provide a sinking fund for the payment of the debt of Maricopa County, and to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to facilitate the payment of the debt of Maricopa County," approved February 9, 1877 -- 82. To prohibit gambling by minors -- 83. To amend an Act entitled "An Act to make the office of Probate Judge elective" -- 84. To re-assign the Justices of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona to the several Judicial Districts thereof -- 85. To amend section 11 of "An Act providing for the construction and maintaining toll roads, bridges and ferries in Arizona Territory," approved February 18, 1871 -- 86. Amendatory of Chapter XXXIII of Compiled Laws of Arizona Territory, "To provide revenue for the Territory of Arizona, and the several counties thereof," approved February 12, 1875 -- 87. To create the County of Graham out of the Counties of Pima and Apache -- 88. To provide for the taking of the census of and in the several counties of the Territory of Arizona -- 89. To establish the salaries of certain officers of the Counties of Pima, Gila, Cochise and Yavapai -- 90. For the publication in the Spanish language, and distribution of Arizona Probate and Justice's laws, and other matters relating thereto -- 91. To encourage mining -- 92. To repeal section 2 of an Act to amend Chapter IX of the Compiled Laws, entitled, "Of the local administration of counties" -- 93. To re-district the Territory of Arizona for judicial purposes, and to fix the times of holding District Courts in the several Counties thereof -- 94. To provide for the better employment, and to utilize the labor of the convicts in the Territorial Prison -- 95. Relating to mines and mining claims -- 96. Concerning lawful fences in the County of Graham, Territory of Arizona -- 97. To amend "An Act Supplemental to Chapter XXIV of the ompiled Laws of the Territory of Arizona, concerning the registration of voters," approved February 9, 1875 -- 98. To designate holidays -- 99. To create the office of Territorial Geologist, and define the duties of
said office -- 100. To amend sections 2094, 2150, and to repeal section 2577 of the Compiled Laws -- 101. To assign the County of Graham to the First Judicial District of this Territory for Judicial purposes, and to establish the salary of the Probate Judge and District Attorney of Graham County -- 102. An Act providing for the building of county buildings in the County of Maricopa -- 103. An Act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Civil Government of the Territory of Arizona for two years, ending on the thirty-first day of December, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, and for other purposes -- JOINT RESOLUTIONS -- 1. Granting leave of absence to Hugh Farley -- 2. Granting a leave of absence to R. N. Leatherwood -- 3. Granting a leave of absence to C. R. Drake -- 4. Asking aid from the General Government for the endowment of a Territorial University -- 5. Authorizing the Governor to contract with Drs. Langdon & Clark, of Stockton, California, for the care of insane persons, at the rate of six dollars per week for each person -- 6. Granting a leave of absence to John 0. Dunbar -- 7. Granting additional pay to the Chief Clerk of the Council and Chief Clerk of the House

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

1881

Rights

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

Relation

Session Laws of Arizona Territory

Format

209 p.

Language

en

Type

text

Identifier

b40907077

Citation

Arizona--Legislative Assembly, “Session Laws of the Territory of Arizona, 1881,” Cracchiolo Law Library Digital Collections, accessed May 18, 2021, https://ualawlib.omeka.net/items/show/1311.