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Fl PAGE 8IX THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN TUK8DAY OCTOBER 8 1912
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1 A Joint Resolution Providing An
BBl '' Amendment To Section 17, Article
I j 7 0f The Constitution Of The 8tate
Of Utah, Relating To The Duties
Of The Auditor And Of The Treas
urer. Ujbbbb ; Bo it enacted by the Legislature ot
BBl & tho State ot Utah, two-thirds ot all
BBg j of tho Members Elected to Each ot
BBb ij tho two houses concurring therein:
BBl t' Sect on 1. That it Is proposed to
BBl j amend Section 17, Artlclo 7, of tho
BBb ,' Constitution of tho Stato of Utah, so
BBl that tho same will read as follows:
B I 17. Tho Auditor shall bo auditor ot
BBa . j public accounts. Tho public monoy
BBb I shall bo deposited by tho Treasurer
BBb u under tho supervision ot tbo Doard of
BBb i Examiners, and as provided by law.
BBb j Section 2. Tho Secretary of Stato
BBsi t Is hereby directed to submit this
BBl :'. proposed amendment to tho electors
H I of the Stato at tho noxt general olec-
B j tlon In tho manner provided by law.
BBl Section 3. If adopted by tho electors
BBb of tho Slate, this amendment shall
BB ' take effect January 1, 1913.
BBJ ( ' Stato ot Utah, Olllco of tho Sccro-
BBJ J tary of State, ss.
BBl '( j I, Charles S. Tlngcy, Secretary of
BBb j stato of tho Stato ot Utah, do hereby
BBb I certify that tho foregoing Is a full,
BBl '' true and correct copy of a resolution
BBb ! proposing nn amendment to Section
BBl j! , 17, Artlclo VII, ot tho Constitution of
B tho Stato ot Utah, relating to tho du-
BBb . ties of tho Auditor and of tho Trcas
BBl i
BBb : In testimony whereof, I haro horo-
BBg unto set my hand and affixed tho
BBl ! Great Seal ot tho Stato of Utah, at
BBl Salt Lake City, this 22nd day ot Aug-
BBb .
bb i (seal), c. s. tinqev,
H J Secretary of State.
!BBg j j A Joint Resolution Proposing An
s Amendment Of 8ectlon 4, Article
13, Of The Constitution Of The
State Of Utah, Relating To The
J Taxation Of Mines.
1 Be It resolved and enacted by the
j LeglBlaturo of tho Stnto of Utah, Two-
I thirds of nil tho momberfl elected
BB ) j to Each ot tho Two Houses Concur-
BBl ring Theroln:
BBl ' Section 1. That It Is proposed to
BBl amend Section 4, ot Artlclo 13, of tho
BBl Constitution ot tho Stnto of Utah, so
BB that the same will read nB follows:
BB J I. All mines and mining claims,
BB I ,J both placer and rock In place, con-
BBJ ' tnlnlng or bearing gold, sliver, cop-
BB ' per, lend, or other valunblo precious
BBJ j metals, after purchase thereof from
BBj : the United States, shall bo taxed at
BBj , a value not greater than tho prlco
BBj !'; paid tho United States therefor, un-
BBJ H less tho surfucc ground, or some patt
IjV thereof, ot such mine or claim, Is
Hji used for other than mining purposes,
JS nnd has a separata and Independent
Hffi value for such other purposes; In
Hl' which caso said surfaco ground, or
BBm any other part thorcof, so used for
H other thau mining purposes, shall be
HV taxed at Its value for such other pur-
BYj poses, as provided by law; and all
BB I Iho machinery used In raining, and
BBf -all property and surfaco improvomoms
BB I upon or appurtenant to mines and
BH I mining claims, which havo a vnluo
BB separate and Independent ot ouch
BB . mines or mining claims, and tho net
BB annual proceeds of all such precious
BB 1 "-metal mines nnd mining claims, dhall
BB Q ,1 bo taxed as provided by law. All lauds
BJfj 'I containing coal, hydro-carbons or
BB r I stono deposits after purchase thereof
BB from tho United States and all prop-
Bk , erty and surface Improvements upon
in t,r appurtenant to such lands which
SB : i havo a valuo separato and indepon-
BB dent of all such lands and tho net
Bjg ' proceeds of all such land and tho by-
BB'i products of all vnluablo deposits con-
BB tallied therein not taxed In a crude
BB or raw condition, shall bo taxed ns
ut provided by law.
Hi i Section 2. Tho Secretary of Stato
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Is horoby ordered to give this propc
sltlon to bo published In at least one
nowspaper In every county In tho
Stato whoro a nowspaper Is prlntod
and published for two months pro
ceding tho next general election.
Section 3. This proposition shall bo
submitted to tbo electors of Ihlj
Stato at tho next general election fot
their approval or disapproval. AI
oniclal ballots used at such elation
shall havo printed or written there
on tho words, "For tho araendniont
ot Section 4, Artlclo 13, of tho Con
btitutlon, relating to the taxation of
mines," "Yes," "No," nnd shall othor
wltio bo prepared and submitted to
tho electors as may bo otberwlso pro
vided by law, and said ballot shall
bo received, counted and canvassad,
and returns thereon bo mado In tho
samo manner and In all respects as
Is or may bo provided by law In tho
enso ot election of stato odlcers.
Section 4. It adopted by tho doc
tors of tho State, this amendment
shall tako effect January 1, 1913.
Stato ot Utah, Offlco ot tho Secre
tary of Stato, ss.
I, Charles S. Tlngcy, Secretary of
State, of tho Stato of Utah, do hereby
certify that tho foregoing Is a full,
truo and correct copy of a resolution
vroposlng an amendment to Section
4, Artlclo XIII, or tbo Constitute l or
ho Stato of Utah, relating to tho tax
ation ot mines.
In testimony whoreof, I havo here
unto set my hand and afllxcd the
Great Seal of tho Stato of Utah, at Salt
I nko City, this 22nd day ot August
1912.
(SEAL), C. S. TINGEV,
Secretary of Stutt.
A Joint Resolution Proposing An
Amendment To Section 4, Of Article
14, Of The Constitution Of The
State Or Utah, Fixing The Limit Or
Indebtedness Of Counties, Cles
Towns, And School Districts.
Uo It Hcsolved by tho LcglsUt'iM
of hc Stato of Utah, two-thlrlj ot all
the members elected to each ot tho
tuo houses voting In favor thereof:
Section 1. It Is proposed to atc'rC
Section 4, ot Article 14, of tha Con
stitution ot tho Snic ot Utah, so tlm
t'io samo will rcnci as follows:
I When nuth'.mcd to creato in
debtedness as 1'iov Ted In Section A,
kI this Artie, j, po county snail bo
come Indebted o en amount iucljt'
ng existing lnt'ebtcdness, excoifi'iig
tvn por ccn:um. ao city, town, ichxil
d'strlct or other municipal corpora
!ou, shall bio'iino Indebted to an
d'liomt, Inclti i nt; existing indobtad
irss, exceed'njr four per centum il
t!io M.luo of tho t:i oblo property thoio
In, ibc vnlm to bo oicertaincd by the
List r.sscssmout for Stnto nnd Coin
v purposes, pr. If us to tho Incurrlcg
f such !ndcbtit a,; except that In
ituornorated cities tho assessment
stul bo taken fiom tho laBt nss-ws-ment
Tor city purposes; provided that
no part or tho Indebtedness allowed
In this Section shall bo Incurred for
other than strictly county, city, town,
or school district purposes; provided
further, that any city ot tho first class
and any city ot tho second class hav
ing over 20,000 Inhabitants, when au
thorized, as provided In Section 3, of
this Article, may bo allowed to incur
a larger Indebtedness not exceeding
four per centum additional and any
city ot tho second class having loss
than 20,000 Inhabitants and any city
of tho third class or town, when au
thorized as aforesaid, may bo allowed
to Incur a larger Indebtedness not ex
ceeding olght per centum additional
tor tho purpose uf supplying such
city or town with water, artificial
lights or sowers, when tho works for
supplying such water, llghtB, or sew
ers, shall bo owned and controlled by
tho municipality.
Section 2. Tho Secretary of Stato
Is directed to cause this proposod
amendment to bo published as re
quired by the Constitution and to bo
submitted to the olectors of tho Stato
ot tho noxt general election In tho
manner provided by law.
Section 3. If approved by tho elcc
tf ... of tho Stnte, this proposed amend
n..iit shall take effect upon the first
u; ot January, A. D. 1913.
Stato ot Utah, Office of tho Secre
tary of State, ss.
I, Charles S. Tlngey, Secretary of
I Stnto ot tho Stato of Utah, do horoby
certify that tho foregoing is a full,
true and corect copy of a resolution
proposing an amendment to Section
4, ot Artlclo 14, ot tho Constitution ot
tho Stato of Utah, fixing tho limit of
Indebtedness ot counties, cities, towns
and school districts.
In testimony whereof, I havo hero-
Iunto set my hand and affixed tho
Great Seal of tho Stato ot Utah, at Salt
Lako City, this 22nd day of August
1912.
(SEAL), C. S. TINQEY.
Socrotary ot Stato.
A Joint Resolution Proposing An
Amendment Of Section 2, Article
13, Of The Constitution Of Ths
State Cf Utah, Relating To Taxa-
I tlon.
N.I Bo It resolved and onaoted by the
ILi'bI, r.ti'ie of tbo EuU of Utn, io
i thirds .i a'l th 'xombers elcctod tf.
i each of tho twj houses concur lag
: thcrclL!
Section 1. 'ibd. .! Is prcpooid to
amend Section 2, of Article 13, ot ths
: Constitution of tho Stato ot Utah, so
that tho samo will read as follows:
2. All property in this Stato, not
exempt under the laws ot the United
States, or under this Constitution, or
the laws ot tho Stato ot Utah, shall
bo taxed aa provided by law. Tho
word property, as used In this Article
Is hereby declared to Include moneys,
credits, bonds, stocks, franchises, and
all matters and things (real, person
al and mixed), capablo ot private own
ership; but this shall not bo bo con
strued as to authorlzo the taxation
of tho stocks ot any company or cor
po:atlon, when tho property ot such
company or corporation repr-MMito't
by rich stock, has b'.o" taxjd. Tho
Legislature shall pi wide by law for
an annual tax sufficient, with other
sources of rovenue, to dofray tho
estimated ordinary expenses of tho
itato for each flsi.l year. The Leg
Islature r.iiall also provldo tor tin.
payment of tho staro debt, If any thcif
iii, before 'be samo becomes due; end
rrovlilo icr tho parent of tho 'nter
iU' mi i rid debt as ft may fall rtd.
Section 2. Tho Secretary of Stato Is
hereby ordered to glvo this proposi
tion to be published In at least one
newspaper In ovory county In tho
State, where. a newspaper Is printed
and published, for two months pro
ceding tho next general election..
Section 3. This proposition shall
bo submitted to tho electors of this
State at the noxt general election lor
their approval or disapproval. All of
ficial ballots used at such election
shall have printed or written '.here
on tho words, "For tho amendneit ot
Section 2, Article 13, ot the Crnstltu
t'en, relating to the general taxation
of property," 'Tes," "No," and shall
otherwise bo pros'nrtd and submitted
to the electors us may be provided
h law, an.l si'rt ba:ot s'.ui.l be re
ceived, counted and canvassed, and
returns thereon be made In tho same
manner in all respects ns Is or may be
provided by law In the case of elec
tion of stnto odlcers.
Section 4. It adopted by tho elec
tors ot the State, this nmendment shall
tako effect January 1, 1913.
State ot Utah, Office of tho Secre
tary of State, ss.
I, Charles S. Tlngey, Secretary of
State of the Stato of Utah, do here
by certify that tho foregoing Is a
full, truo and correct copy of i reso
lution proposing an amendment to
Section 2. Article XIII of tho Coistl
tutlon of the Stato of Utah, rotating
to taxation.
In testimony whereof, I nave here
unto set my hand and affixed tho
Great Seal of the State ot Utah, at
Stlt Lake City, this 22nd day of
August, 1912.
(SEAL), C. S. TINOEY,
Secretary of Stale.
Pioposlng An Amendment To Section
1, Article 11, Of The Constitution,
Relating Tc Counties, Cities, Ami
Towns, And Providing For The Cre
ating Of New Counties.
Bo It resolved by tho Legislature
o.' tho Stato of Utah, twothlrU of
all members elected to each of the
two houses concurring:
Section 1. That It la propo3o1 to
amend Section 1, of Artlclo 11, of tho
Constitution of tho Stato of U'ah, so
that tho samo shall read as follows:
1. Tho several counties ot tho ter
ritory of Utah existing at the .lmo
ot tho adoption of this Constitution
orn hnrnliv rflpntrnlzod as division? O'
this State, ..nd tho precincts and
school districts now existing n said
counties ns legal subdivisions thereof,
and they shall so contlnuo until chang
ed by law In pursuance ot this article.
Tho Legislature mi by general law
provldo for tho formation ot now
counties, and locating tho county
seats thereof. Every county which
shall bo formed from territory tnkon
from" any other county or counties,
shall bo liable for a Just proportion
ot tho existing debts and liabilities ot
tho county or counties from whlcb
such territory shall bo taken. Provld
' cd, that no now county shall bo form
ed unless a majority ot tho qualified
electors voting In each part of thol
county or counties to bo dismembered j
shnll voto separately therofor.
Section 2. Tho Secretary of Stato
la directed to submit this proposed
amendment to tho olectors of the
Stnto at tho noxt general cloltlon In
tho manner provided by law.
Scotlon 3. It adopted by tho elec
tors of tho state, this amendment shnll
tako offect January 1, 1913.
Stato of Utah, Ofuco of the Secre
tary of State, 83.
I, Charles S. TIngoy, Secretary of
State, of tho State of Utah, do hereby
certify that tho foregoing Is a full,
truo and correct copy ot n. resolution
i proposing an amendment to Soctlon
i 1, ot Artlclo XI, ot tho Constitution
i of tho Stato ot Utah, relating to coun-
- ties, cities and towns, and providing
for tho creating ot now counties.
) In testimony whereof, ave here-
unto set my hand and affixed tho
i Orcat Seal ot tho Stato ot Utah, at
; Salt Lake City, this 22nd day of Aug
ust, 1912.
i (SEAL), C. S. TINQEY,
1 Secretary of State.
A Joint Resolution Providing An
Amendment To Section 11, Article
13, Of The Constitution Of The
State Of Utah, Relating To State
and County Boards or Equalization.
Be It enacted by tbo Legislature of
the State ot Utah, two-thirds of all
of tho members elected to each of tho
two houses concurring therein:
Section 1. That it Is proposed to
amend Section 11, Article 13, ot the
Constitution of tho Stato of Utah, so
that tho samo will read as follows:
11. Until othorwlso provided by law
there shall bo a Sta'o Board ot Equal
Izal on consisting of four residents
of tho Stato who shall bo ntipolnted
by tho Governor, by nnd with tho
consent of tho senate, whoso terms
of office shall bo for four years and
until their successors aro appointed
and qualified; provldod, that two of
said members shall bo appointed ev
ery two years. Thoro shall also bo
In each county of tho Stato a Coun
ty Board of Equalization, consisting
of tho Board ot County Commission
ers of said county. Tho duty of tho
Stato Board ot Equalization and ot
tho several County Boards of Equal
ization shall bo to adjust and cquallzo
tho valuation of tho real and person
al property ot the Stato and of the
sovcral counties thereof, ns may bo
provided by law. Each Board shall
also perform such other duties as may
be provided by law.
Section 2. Tho Secretary ot Stato
Is hereby directed to submit this pro
posed amendment to the electors ot
tho State at tho next general election
In tho manner provided by law.
Section 3. It adopted by tho elec
tors of tho State, this amendment
shall take effect January 1, 1913.
State ot Utah, Office of the Sec ro
of State, ss.
I, Charles S. TIngoy, Secretary of
State, of tho State of Utah, do hereby
certify that tho foregoing Is a full,
true nnd correct copy of a resolution
proposing an nmendment to Section
11, Article XIII, of tho Constitution
of the Stnto of Utah, relating to Stato
and County Boards ot Equalization.
In testimony whereof, I havo here
unto set my hand and affixed tho
Great Seal of tho Stato of Utah, at
Salt Lako City, this 22nd day of Aug
ust 1912.
(SEAL), ' C. S. TINGEY,
Secretary ot State.
A Joint Resolution Proposing An
Amendment of Section 3, Article 13,
or the Constitution or the State or
Utah, Relating to Taxation.
Bo It resolved and enacted by tho
Legislature of tho Stato ot Utah, two
thirds ot all the members elected to
leach of tho two houses concurring
theroln:
Section 1. That it is proposed to
amend Section 3, ot Artlclo 13, ot
tho Constitution ot tho State of Utah
so that the same will read as fol
lows: 3. Tho Legislature shall provldo by
law for a Just and cqultablo assess
ment of tho property ot tho Stato at
Its actual monoy value. All taxes
shall bo uniform on tho same class
of property within the tcnltorlal
limits of tho authority lovylng tho tax,
and shall bo levied and collected for
public purposes only; provldod, that
a deduction of debits from credits may
1ft niitlinrlvAfl Pt-nwMnil furllinf- flint
tho property of tho United States, of
tho stnto, counties, cities, towns,
school dish lets, municipal corpora
tions and public libraries, lots with
tho buildings thereon used exclusive
ly olther for religious worship or
charltablo purposes, and places of
burial not held or used for prlvato or
corporato boneflt, shall bo oxompt
from taxation. Ditches, canals, reser
voirs, pipes and flumes owned and
used by individuals or corporations
for Irrigating lands owned by such
Individuals or corporations or tho In
dividual members thereof, shall not
bo separately taxed as long as they
i shall bo owned and used exclusively
for such purposo; Provided further
UuU mortgages upon both real and
personal property shall bo exemp.l
from taxation; Trovlded furthor, that
tho taxes of tho Indlgont poor may
bo remitted or abated at such tlmo
and in such mannor as may bo pro
vided by law.
Section 2. Tho Secretary of Stato
Is hereby ordered to glvo this prop
osition to bo published In at loast
ono nowspapet- In every county In tho
Stato where a nowspaper Is printed
and published, for two months pro
ceding tho next general election.
Soctlon 3. This proposition shnll
bo submitted to tho olectors ot this
State at tho next general election for
their approval or disapproval. All
official ballots usod at such election
shall havo printed or written thereon
the words, 'Tor tho amendment to
Section 3. Artlclo 13, ot Jiq Constitu
tion relating to the 'lasslflcatlon of
property for purposes ot taxation,"
"Yes," "No," and shall otherwise bo
preparod and submitted to the elec
tors as may otberwlso be provided by
law, and said ballot shall be received
counted, and canvassed and returns
thereon bo made in the samo manner
and In all respects as Is or may bo
provided by law in tho case of elec
tion ot state officers.
Section 4. It adopted by the elec
tors ot tho State, this amendment
shall tako effect January 1, 1913.
State of Utah, office ot tho Secre
tary ot State, ss.
I, Charles S. Tlngey, Secretary of
Stato of the State of Utah, do horoby
certify that tho foregoing Is a full,
truo nnd correct copy of a resolution
proposing nn amendment to Section
3, Artlclo XIII, of tho Constitution of
the Stato of Utah, relating to taxation.
In testimony whoreof, I havo here
unto sot my hnnd and affixed tho
Great Seal of tho Stato of Utah, at
Salt Lako City, this 22nd day of Aug
ust, 1912.
(SEAL), C. S. TINQEY,
Secretary of State,
A Joint Resolution Proposing An
Amendment to Section 9, Article VI,
of the Constitution of the State of
Utah, Relating to the Compensation
or the Members -or the Legislature.
Bo It enacted by tho Leglslaturo of
tho Stato of Utah two-thirds of all
tho members elected to each of tho
two houses concurring therein:
Section 1. That it is proposed to
amend Section 9, Article VI, of tho
Constitution ot Utah, so that the
samo will read ns follows:
9. Until otherwise provided by law,
the members ot tho Legislature shall
receive eight dollars ($3.00) per day
and ten cents per mile for tho dis
tance necessarily travelled going to
and returning from the placo ot meet
ing on the most usual route, and shall
rccelvo no other pay or perquisite.
Section 2. Tho Secretary of Stato
Is hereby directed to Bubmlt this pro
posed amendment to tho electors of
the State at tho next general election
In tho manner provided by law.
Section 3. If adopted by tho elec
tors of the State, this amendment
shall tako effect January 1, 1913,
Stato of Utah, Offlco of tho Secre
tary of State, ss.
I, Charles 8. Tlngey, Secretary
of Stato of tho State of Utah, do here
by certify that the foregoing Is a
full, truo and correct copy of a reso
lution proposing an amendment to
8ectIon 9, Artlclo VI, of tho ConsUtu
tion of tho 8tate ot Utah, relating to
the Compensation of the members of
tho Legislature.
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto sot my hand and affixed the 4fl
Great Seal of tho Stato of Utah, at r5i
Salt Lako City, this 22nd day of Aug- '
ust, 1912. m
(SEAL), C. S. TINQEY, I
Secretary of State. I
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