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6 flf1Hl SAIT LAKE H UAU > SATTTBBAY JANUARY 38 1890
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6 THAT STOCK BILL
The Amendments Mr Porter
Proposes to Have Made
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J SHORT SESSIONS IN BOTH HOUSES
A Dill to Compel Railway Companies to
Fence or Else Pay Full Value Fcr
All Stock Killed
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Few and short were the words they said
in either house of the Legislative Assem
bly yesterday A number of bills were in
troduced in the House among the most
important of them is the one fathered by
Mr Porter and which makes exhaustive
amendments to the bill concerning the
branding and herding of cattle The bill
cuts out from tho statute as it now stands
the following sections
° 203 Every person who shall know
G ingly drive any stock off its range in this
territory without the consent of the own
t ers of such stock shall bo liable to indict
ment for grand larceny and may be fined in
any sum not exceeding 1000 and shall be
liable to damages to the party injured
i to the amount of 8200 for each
head so driven off together with all
costs accruing in the trial of said cause
t and said herd or stock shall be held liable
f for tho same or a sufficient number to
cover ail damages and costs provided that
the owner or the lawful occupant of tho
laud shall have the right to drive from
such land any cattle horses or sheep which
may be trespassing thereon
220i It shall be unlawful after the pas
i sage of this act for any person in this
territory to sell any neat cattle horse
mare or gelding goat sheep mule or ass
without giving a written bill of sale there I
for and it shall
be unlawful for
any per I
son in this territory to l purchase any neat
cattle horse mare or gelding goat sheep
mule or ass without receiving a bill of
F sale therefor provided further that if at
the time of the sale of any of the foregoing
enumerated stock said stock is marked or
I branded oreither with the brand or mark
t of the owner the bill of sale shall contain
a full description of such brands and
marks or either as the case may be
It also strikes out from section 2205 the
following It shall be unlawful to sell
any hide of any neat cattle without giving
the purchaser a bill of sale of such hide
and it shall be unlawful for any person to
purchase such hide in this territory with
out receiving a bill of sale therefor and
such bill of sale shall contain full de
scription of the owners mark and brand
and other marks and brands on such hide
provided further that all first purchaser
of hides in this territory shall keep a
record of all hides
of neat cattle
pur
chased by them which record shall state
the name or names of the persons from
whom purchased and his or their place of
I residence and all brands or marks on said
Chides which record shall at all times be
open for the inspection of the public
Section 2200 is also done away with It
reads as follows The poundkeepers of
the several precincts in this territory
hereby constituted and made inspectors of
cattle and every butcher or other person
slaughtering neat cattle shall cause the
same to be inspected by the inspector of
the precinct in which such slaughtering is
to be done and such inspector shall make
and keep a record of the marks brands
age sex and color of such animal about to
be slaughtered All persons other than
butchers who occasionally slaughter neat
cattle for beef either for home consump
tion or for other purposes in addition to
the inspection herein required shall ex
hibit the hide of every such beef at the
time and place the beef is offered for
sale The inspector shall issue a cer
tificate describing the marks brands
age sex and color of the animals in
spected and shall be entitled to receive
and collect for his services a fee o f
we for each and every animal so inspected
to the number of five head at any one time
ml for each animal in excess of five
bead lOc
j 5209 Any person who shall steal em
bezzle or knowingly kill sell drive away
lead away ride away or in any manner de
prive another of the immediate possession
of any neat cattle horse goat mule sheep
ass or swine or who shall steal embezzle
knowingly kill sell drive away lead away
ride away or in any manner apply to h i S
own use any neat cattle horse goat sheep
anule ass or swine the owner of which is
unknown or who shall knowingly pur
chase or receive of any person not having
the lawful right to sell or dispose of any
neat cattle horse goat sheep mule ass or
swine shall be deemed guilty of a felony +
and shall be punished by imprisonment of
exceeding ten years and fined not exceed
ing 5000 at the discretion of the court
Section 2213 is also eliminated It is as
follows It shall be unlawful any per
son to ship in the night time any cattle
horses or sheep over any railway within
this territory without first obtaining a
certificate signed by the inspector of
the precinct stating the number kind
and description of animals so shipped
and the name of the person shipping
which Certificate shall be left at the
office where said animals are shipped for
reference by any person interested and said
certificate shall be preserved at such of
fice for at least one year
Mr Porter it is understood is backed
by several others of the country members 1
and there is little doubt but the objection
able features of the law given above will
be removed at this session The sections
relating to punishment for stealing are re
moved because of the fact that the pun
ishment for the crime is provided for in the
general code The law said Mr Porter
as it stands now is a dead letter It is
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out of the question to enforce such a la w
The idea that a man must brand his own I
calf and have it inspected before he can
have a veal cutlet In the opinion of the
members interested in the proposed amend
ments the law will be much stronger when
they are made than it is now
i THE COUNCIL
tbYhen roll was called yesterday at 203 >
ivree members wereabsent Messrs Hall
i shards and Seegmiller
Prayer by the chaplain
Minutes of Thursdays session were read
and approved with one correction a typo
graphical error
Mr Hall was detained he stated in the
ante room during rollcall and he wished
tobs marked present
Tae President stated that until after t
reading of the journal members would be
marked present when entering
ron SERVICES RENDERED
A p ° tition vas presented by Mr Booth
from Dr Hardy of the insane asylum pre
seating certain accounts for services ren
dered as physician Referred to committee
011 claims
THE TREASURERS REPORT CORRECT
The committee on ways and means re
ported that they had examined the treas
urers statement and found it correct
Their report was adopted
THE PUBLIC PRINTER
The committee on printing reported at
they had met with the like committee from
the House to receive bids printing and
had found George C Lamberts bid the
lowest and therefore recommended that he
be elected public printer The report was I
adopted I
FOR TIlE RAILROADS
The following on railroads was intro
duced by Mr Booth That all railroad com
panies running passenger trains in this
territory are hereby required to make pub
lic on a bulletin board at every telegraph
station on their respective lines not less
than fifteen minutes before the schedule
time of departure of any trains carrying
passengers the probable time of the actual
time of such departure as near as may be
and if said train is late the cause of delay
The train dispatcher if he fail to furnish
the information required in the preceding
section and the station agent if he fail to
make the same public when so furnished 1
shall on conviction thereof be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor
A BOUNTY ON ANIMALS
Mr Seegmiller presented a bill to amend
an act referring to the destruction of cer
tain obnoxious animals aud placing a
bounty on a class designated Referred to
committee on agriculture
MORE COPIES WANTED
A resolution was offered by Mr Bryan to
have 200 copies of the minutes of both
houses published It was adopted and
ordered sent to tho House for concurrence
MR BAHTOXS AMENDMENT
A bill to amend section 14 chapter G
came up for its second reading Mr Booth
offered substitute bill covering the same
ground which was adopted The rules
were suspended for the thiro reading of the
bill and it was passed by a majority of the
members of the Council answering Aye
to the call of the roll
A MINPTE CLERK ELECTED
A communication was received from the
House forwarding a message from the gov
ernor relating to his sanction of a minute
clerk for each House The message was
adopted and the President announced that
nominations would be in order for a minute
clerk
Mr Olsen placed in nomination Mr C
D W Fullmer which was the only nomi
nation made for the position so he was
elected
H C R S referring to additional print
ing of minutes was concurred in
Mr Bryan asked permission to withdraw
a resolution he had offered which want
was now fully supplied by the concurrent
resolution of the House concerning print
ing No objection being offered the reso
lution was withdrawn
A PUBLIC PRINTER
Mr Bryan offered a resolution that
George C Lambert bo elected public
printer
Mr Richards offered an amendment to
the resolution by inserting tho words and
hereby is which was approved and the
resolution as amended was adopted
FROM THE HOUSE
C C R S relating to public printer was
received from the House
Upon motion the Council adjourned until
2 oclock p m next Monday
THE HOUSE
A few corrections were made in the min
utes of the previous day and the call of
the Speaker for petitions brought forth no
response
THE PUBLIC PRINTER
Mr Howell presented a report from the
committee on public printingtvhich showed
that George C Lambert was the lowest re
sponsible bidder and they therefore recom
mended that he be declared public printer
Mr Allen asked whether there were any
other bidders and if so who they were
Mr Howell replied that the Tribune com
pany had made a bid but Mr Lambert
was the lowest Mr Lambert also had
the contract for government printing he
having underbid all competitors
Mr Allen had no doubt the commmit
tees work was well done but it seemed to
him that the House should have a fuller
report than had been made
The Speaker sggested that the matter
might be laid over for the present
HMr Hammond did not see any reason for
the delay A committee had been ap
pointed to do certain work that work was
done
The SpeakerMembers of the House de
sire more detailed information and they
have a right to it Ye
Mr ThurmanOnce or twice we have
passed matters such as this and the claim
was made that the bid was the lowest and
it turned out not to be the case I have
myself been placed in a humiliating posi
tion once or twice I think the report
should show in detail just what the bids
were
The House decided to lay the report on
the table until the Council was heard from
FROM THE GOVERNOR
A communication from the governor an
nounced that he had approved H C R
authorizing the election of minute clerks
A MINUTE CLERK ELECTED
Mr Hammond placed in nomination S
T Whitaker of Ogden as minute clerk
Mr Williams named E A McDaniels
of Ogden
Mr Hammonds nominee was elected
Wbitaker 17 McDaniels 6
Mr Whitaker was sworn in by the
Speaker
AFTER THE RAILROADS
Mr Hammond presented H FJ a bill
for an act to amend section 2349 of the
compiled laws of Utah 1SSS It provides
that all railroads must fence their lines
or pay full price for all live stock they
slaughter
THAT LIVE STOCK DILL
Mr Porter presented H F10 a bill for
an act amending certain sections of the la v
in relation to the branding slaughtering
and disposing of live stock The bill re
peals the following sections 2203 2204
part of 2205 all of 2200 2209 and 2213
The bill was referred to the committee
on live stock
TO LEGALIZE CERTAIN DOCUMENTS
Mr Pierce presented H F 11 a bill to
legalize instruments in writing now on
record in the offices of the several counties
of Utah territory The bill legalizes such
instruments as may have been defective
TWO HUNDRED COPIES
Mr Wood presented a resolution author
izing the printing of 100 extra copies of
the daily minutesmaking 200 copies in
allMr
Mr Williams offered an admendment
making the total amount 150
Air Allen thought if any extra copies
were to be printed 100 would not be too
many
The amendmen was lost and 200 ordered
printedTOE
TOE PUBLIC PRINTER
The bids of the Tribune and Lambert
for tho public printing were then read as
follows
Hons W A C Bryan and Joseph Howell Chair
men Printing Committee
GENTLEMEN Herewith please find proposals
for printing as per advertisement of even date
Composition on minutes 50 cents per 1000 1
ems Composition on pamphlets 57 cents per 1000
ems Presswork minutes per token 58 cents
Jrresswork on pamphlets per token 8 pages
55 cents
Paper news per ream 90 cents
Paper can be supplied of better quality at
higher price Respectfully
THE TRIBUNE COMPANY
Per P H Lannan president
Messrs Bryan and Howell Chairmen Legisla
lative Committee on Printing
GENTLEMEN On such printing as may be re
quired for present session of Legislature I
make the following bid hoping to receive the
award
Composition on minutes 40 cents per 1000
ems Composition on pamphlets C5 cents per 1000
ems Presswork on pamphlets 55 cents per token
Presswork on minutes 57 cents per token
Paper item 85x31 50 pound book SltS per
ream Respectfully
GEO C LAMBERT
The report of the committee on printing
was then taken up adopted and George Is
Lambert was elected public printer
THE COUNCIL CONCURS
A message from the Council announced
that it had passed the amendment of D Irhe
Barton to section 14 of chapter VI of the
Compiled Laws lSSs
The amendment was referred to the ju
diciary committee
THE PUBLIC PRINTER AGAIN
The Council also communicated the fact
that it had passed a resolution electing I
George C Lambert public printer The
resolution was unanimously adopted by
the House and the minutes ordered cor
rected accordingly
The Council also concurred in the action
ordering 100 copies of the daily minutes
EXCUSED UNTIL TUESDAY NEXT
Mr Smith asked to be excused until
Tuesday next and his request was allowed
Adjourned until Monday at 2 p m
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one dollar 20
NOTICE
To our customers
We hereby notify you that Mr Sidney
Dundas for the past year in our employ as
a delivery teamster and collector is now no
longer employed bv us and has no author
ity to receive any money on our account
nor take orders for the delivery of our
lager beer
T A FISHER Brewing Company
The usual treatment of catarrh is very
unsatisfactory as thousands of despairing
patients can testify A trustworthy medi
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We desire to say to our citizens that for
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J JN HE CLIVEJ
121 S Main Street
Salt Lake City 1 Utah
Real Estate
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74 W First South St
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Notice of Dissolution of Partnership
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
1t ship The partnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned under the name of
William Vowels S Son is this day dissolved by >
mutual consent and the interest of William
Vowels Li Son in what is known as the Tooele
County Holler Mill has this day been sold to
Sylvester H Vowels and the Interest of Wil °
liam Vowels Son in the firm business in
Tooele City and in the town of Stockton In said
county has this day been sold to Sylvester ido
Vowles and all debts due by said firm prior to
the first publication of this notice are to be pa id
by Sylvester H Vowles
WILLIAM VOWELS
SYLVESTER H VOWELS
NOTICE
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SHARE
The ING OF THE Sdl
JL holders
of The H A Tuckett Candy com
pany of Salt Lake city for the election of offic
ers for the cnsuingyear will be held at the com
panyS office Thursday February 01890 at 1
o clock pm
HUGH W SMITH
Secretary
January 15 1890
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t Progress Building
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Open About January15 I
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Plumbing Steam and Hot Water Heating
Gas Fi1tio
DRIVE WELL PIPES PUMPS ETC
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Telephone 200 137 Main Street
SAJ LEVY 9
Manufacturer of the celebrated brand Cigars
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And Other Brands Factory and Salesroom
171 173 S Main I St Salt Lake City UT
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STURGES ft BRYANT I
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Civil Hydraulic and
Electical Engineers
2GG S Second East Street
SALT LAI E CITY
Design Water Supply Systems Storage Re
servoirs Electrical Plants Sewerage Systems
Municipal Work
Contract Railroads Bridges Sewers and Mu
nicipal Wark
Survey Additions Mining Claims Railway
Lines
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RINTERS r
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AND STATIONER
No 40 W SECOND SOUTH ST
Salt lake City U T
OUR facilities for doing firstclass Job Printing
are of the newest and best
BOOKS Ruled Printed and Bound to Order
> Samples of Railroad Mining Bank and
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COMPLETE line of Office Supplies embracing
J the most approved laborsaving and econ
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Saint vOlce City Ltcui
P O Box 1078 Telephone U13
PIONEER
Patent Roller Mills
MANUFACTURERS OF
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BRANDS
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We warn all our customers to be sure that
ts
they get our flour as some unscrupulous persons
are trying to Imitate our brands particularly
that of Bakers No1 All our brands have th
design of a gold medal and the name of Elias
Morris appears on every sack
ELIAS MORRIS Proprietor
HARRI s
CANDY FACTORY
Formerly on Commercial Street
Has RexnoVed
10
329 Sixth East Street
AND 18
INT FULL BLAST i
With more commodious quarters where
every order no matter how large can be ex
peditiously filled
Orders by mail promptly attended to
THE CULLEN HOTEL f
S C EWING Proprietor
Opened October 3d 1887
THE FINEST H01EL IN THE WEST
Rates 300 per Day p
SPECIAL RATES TO TOURISTS
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This Space is Reserved for the
SALT LAKE HARDWARE CO
32 West Second South Street Opera House Bloek
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GEO M SCOTT H S RUMFIELD
President JAMES GLENDINNING
Secretary VicePrest and Treasurer
OE > O ML SCOTT CO
Incorporated
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The Largest Stock of
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West of Chicago Sole Agents for
Canton Steel Company Hercules Powder Company
Blake Steam Pump Company Roebling Sons Wire Ropes
John Vans Steel Ranges Fuller Warrens Stoves
Buffalo Scale Company Revere Rubber Company
SALr LAKE CITY = = UTAH
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Powdered and Per
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r uses Foundrymen bolt
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and antlincrustator For
brewers and bottlers for
washing barrels bottles
etcForpainters to remove
old paints For washing
trees etc etc I
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The Leading Undertaker and Embalmer
My Collins and Caskets are the Finest My
Prices the Lowest
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Embalming and Shipping a Specialty doing
my own Embalming and having my own Morgue
Telegraph or Telephone Orders Day or Night
receive Immediate Attention
Telephone 8512123 S West Temple St
MINGO FURNACE COMPANY
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