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To PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OP OF THE CLERKS AND OTHER

OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

Be it enacted by the Council, and House of Representatives of

Colorado Territory :

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SEC. 1. That there shall be allowed the Clerks of the House of Representatives compensation for services rendered at this session as follows, to-wit : To the engrossing and enrolling clerks, the sum of ten dollars per day, or fifteen cents per folio, as they may elect, respectively. The chief clerk shall be allowed the sum of six doilars per day, and the assistant clerk the sum of five dollars per day. The sergeant-at-arms, the sum of four dollars per day. The messenger and fireman, each four dollars per day. The chaplain, the sun of four dollars per day.

ŠEC.. 2. The enrolling and engrossing clerks of the Council shall receive the sum of ten dollars per day, or fifteen cents per folio, as they may elect. The chief secretary of the Council shall be allowed the sum of six dollars per day. The assistant secretary, the sum of five dollars per day, And the sergeantat-arms, the sum of four dollars per day. The page of the Council, the sum of three dollars per day. And the fireman, four dollars per day.

Sec. 3. The certificate of the president of the Council, countersigned by the chief clerk of the Council, or of the speaker of the House, countersigned by the chief clerk of the House, shall be sufficient authority for the auditor of the territory to draw warrants, for the several amounts so certified to, upon the territorial treasurer, which shall be paid out of lany funds in the territorial treasury, not otherwise appropriated ; and the several officers, respectively, shall be paid for the time they, respectively, were actually engaged in the service of the Council or House of Representatives, as the case may be, and the certificate aforesaid shall specify the number of days, which the person receiving the same, is entitled to pay.

Approved February 10th, 1865.

A BILL

For an Act To RePEAR “AM ACTITO ÎNCORPORATÉ TUÉ COLORADO AND PACIFIC WAGON, TELEGRAPH AND RAILROAD COMPANY,” APPROVED NOVEMBER 6TH, 1861.

Be it enacted by the Council and House of Representatives of

Colorado Territory :

i Seo. ch. That the act of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Colorado, entitled “An act to Incorporate the Colorado and Pacific Wagon, Telegraph and Railroad Company," approved November 6th, A. D., 1861, be and the same is hereby repealed; Provided, that said repeal and nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to effect any right or franchise which may have acerued under said act, so as aforesaid repeated to the Clear Creek and Guy Gulch. Wagon Road Company.

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To INCORPORATE THE COLORADO IRON, ENGINE AND MILL MANU

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Judec. 1. Be it enacted by the Council and House of Representatires of Colorado Territory: That a company composed of Olinton M. Tyler, William A. H. Loveland Thomas D. Worrall, Levi Harsh, Henry M/Teller and Enos K. Baxter, is hereby incor. porated and called the Colorado Iron, Engine and Mill Manufacturing Company, the capital stock of which is two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000), and may be increased by a vote of a majority of the stockholders to the sum of eight hundred thousand dollars ($800,000); to'be divided into shares of not less than three hundred and not exceeding five hundred dollars, the holders of which, their successors and assigns, shall constitute a body politic and corporates and by the name aforesaid shall have continued succession, may sue and be sued, conıplain and defend, and may make and use a common seal and alter the same at their pleasure, and shall be able, in law and equity, to make contracts and to acquire, hold and possess both real and personal property for the purpose of carrying on the husiness of manufacturing pig, wrought, cast iron, steel and brass, also,

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boilers, engines, quartz mills and railroad and other machinery, at or near Golden City, in the County of Jefferson, Colorado Territory.

Sec, Ž. The above named incorporaters [incorporators) shall constitute the board of directors of said company, and shall hold their office until their successors are elected and qualified.

Sec. 3. This company shall have the power to establish the by-laws, rules and regulations of this corporation (not incompatible with the Constitution of the United States and the laws of this territory).

SEC. 4. If said company shall not have erected their buildings so as to have commenced their operations as contemplated in this act, within five years, then this act shall be nul [null] and void.

Approved February 10th, 1865.

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Be it enacted by the Council and House of Representatives of

Colorado Territory :

Sec. 1. That the name of Louis G. Page, of Denver City, is hereby changed to that of Harry Richmond, by which name he shall hereafter be known in law and equity. This act to take effect from and after its passage.

Approved February 8th, 1865.

AN ACT

TO AMEND THE ACTS INCORPORATING THE CITY OF DENVER, AP

PROVED NOVEMBER 7TH, 1861, AND MARCH 11TH, 1864.

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Be it enacted by the Council and House of Representatives of

Colorado Territory:

SEO. 1, That the City Council of the City of Denver shall have power to appoint a Marshal of the City of Denver, who shall perform the duties now required by law to be performed by the Marshal of said City of Denver, and such other duties as may be imposed upon him by the ordinances of said city, and he shall hold his office for such length of time as may be prescribed by the City Council of said city, and he may be removed from office at any time by said City Council.

SEC. 2. So much and such parts of the act entitled, “An act to incorporate the City of Denver," approved November 7th, 1861, and the several acts amendatory thereto, as provides for the election of a Marshal of said City of Denver by the people thereof, shall be and the same is hereby repealed.

SEC. 3. It shall be lawful for the City Council of the City of Denver to provide by ordinance for the collection of taxes levied or assessed under the ordinances of said city, by distraining the goods, chattels, personal property and effects of the person or persons from whom taxes may be due, and the way and manner in which, and the person or persons by whom such distress warrants shall be issued and levied.

SEC. 4. In all cases of distress for non-payment of taxes, under the provisions of this act, the person or officer making the same, shall immediately file with some Justice of the Peace in said City of Denver, in case the amount due and unpaid does not exceed three hundred dollars, or with the Clerk of the District Court, in case the amount exceeds that sum, a copy of the distress warrant together wit h an inventory of the property levied upon, and thereupon the person or persons against whom the distress warrant shall have been issued, shall be duly summoned in the manner required in actions of assumpsit in the said courts respectively, and the amount of taxes due from such person or persons shall be assessed and entered of record, by the Court in which, or the Justice of the Peace before whom such proceedings shall be pending. The Court or Justice of the Peace shall certify to the person or officer making such distress, the amount so found due, together with the costs which have accrued in such proceeding, and such officer shall thereupon proceed to sell the property so distrained and make the amount so certified to him and return the certificate so issued to him with an endorsement thereon of his proceedings, which return and certificate shall be filed in the Court from which the said certificate was issued.

SEC. 5. If the person or persons named in the summons issued, as provided in section four cf this act, shall not be found by the officer to whom such summons shall be directed and delivered, the person or persons therein named shall be notified of the pendency of such proceedings in the manner required in cases of attachment, in the court in which such proceedings shall be pending, and thereafter the cause shall proceed as if the person or persons named in such summons had been personally notified of the pendency of such proceedings.

SEC. 6. That section twenty-four (24) of an act entitled “an act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the City of

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