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17. He must deliver of the bound volumes of decisions of the supreme court, as soon as he receives them, to the clerk of the supreme court as State law librarian, a sufficient number to be distributed by the latter, as follows:
To the library of Congress and the State law library, each two copies; to such of the states and territories of the United States as will exchange reports with this State, each one copy.
To the Governor of this State, and to the United States district judge for this State, to each of the justices of the supreme court, and to each of the justices of the district courts of the State, one copy. To the Attorney General one. copy, to each county attorney one copy, to each clerk of the district court, one copy.
Sec. 3. Immediately after the laws, resolutions Distribution of and journals mentioned in subdivision 9 of the pre-etc. ceding section are bound, the Secretary of State must . distribute them as follows:
1. To each department of the government at Washington and of the government of this State, one copy.
2. To the library of Congress and the State law library, two copies each.
3. To each of the states and territories, one Copy.
1. To the United States district judge for this State, to each of the judges of the supreme and district courts, and to each of the State officers of this State, one copy.
5. To each member of the Legislature, secretary of the Senate, chief clerk of the House of Representatives at the session at which such laws were adopted, one copy.
6. To each of the incorporated colleges of the State and the University of Utah, one copy.
7. To the county clerk of each county, three copies for the use of the county.
8. To each county attorney and to each clerk of the district court, one copy.
Sec. 4. The Secretary of State must indelibly mark each book distributed to officers in this State (ex. be marked. cept legislative officers), with the name of the county to which, and the official designation of the officer to. whom it is sent. Such marked books remain the prop
arty of the State, and must be, by the officers receiving them, delivered to their successors.
Sec. 5. The Secretary of State is the superintendarmann ent and has charge of the State capitol, or rooms or anda semua buildings hired for that purpose, and he must keep the
wame together with all property therein, in good order and repair, under the direction of the Board of Examiners.
Sec. 6. It is the duty of the Secretary of State to receive and keep all supplies and articles purchased by the Board of Examiners as a board of supplies, and to issue to any State officer or board, on the requisition of the Board of Examiners, any stationery, book or other supplies, and take a receipt therefor, and file maid requisition and receipt in his office. He must keep a book called “A book of supplies,” and enter therein a complete list of all stationery, books, articles or other supplies furnished him under contract made by wuch board, making a separate list of each class of articles, and all purchases made by the board, the amount and cost of each article, furnished each State officer or board, and each member of the Legislature.
He must embody in his report to the Legislature a statement taken from such book, showing the amount of supplies purchased and disposed of.
Sec. 7. That, as to their form, the public docuta ments of the State of Utah shall be published under
the direction of the Secretary of State, with the view to such uniformity of size, quality of paper, type and other particulars as will permit them to be formed in continuous numbers in consecutive volumes.
Sec. 8. That the Secretary of State shall divide public documents to be published into several series, according to their several subjects, so near as may be, and no moneys shall be paid out of the treasury, except on compliance herewith, for any printing or publishing aforesaid.
Sec. 9. The provisions of this act shall not apply to the decisions of the supreme court, nor to bills
printed for the Legislature or other printing for its kuiwepted.
use during its session, not appropriate to be put in pamphlet form.
Sec. 10. The expenses incurred by the Secretary 44 for of State in carrying into effect the provisions of sections
2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, must be audited by the Board of Ex
r. Fees collected
aminers and paid out of any moneys specially appropriated for that purpose.
Sec. 11. The Secretary of State, for services per- Fees collected formed in his office, must charge and collect the follow- of State. ing fees:
1. For a copy of any law, resolution, record or other document or paper on file in his office, fifteen cents per folio.
2. For affixing certificate and seal of State, one dollar; for affixing seal and signature, without certificate, fifty cents.
3. For receiving and filing each certified copy of articles of incorporation, he' shall charge and collect the sum of twenty-five cents on each one thousand dollars of capital stock of any company or corporation. Provided, That the same sums shall be charged and collected for receiving and filing certified copies of articles of incorporation, or of amendments increasing the capital stock of foreign corporations hereafter organized for the purpose of operating property, or carrying on business in this State.
4. For issuing each certificate of incorporation, five dollars.
5. For receiving and recording each official bond, two dollars.
6. For each commission signed by the Governor for all officers of cities of the third class, towns, county justices of the peace, and constables, two dollars. For each other commission or document signed by the Governor and attested by the Secretary of State (pardons excepted) five dollars.
7. For each patent of land issued by the Governor, one dollar.
8. For filing each trade mark, three dollars.
9. For filing notice of appointment of agent, five dollars.
10. For filing notice of removal of place of business, five dollars.
11. For receiving and filing each certified copy of an amendment to articles of incorporation, increasing the capital stock of any corporation and issuing certificate thereof, twenty-five cents for each one thousand dollars of increase of such capital stock.
12. For filing each certified copy of other amendments to articles of incorporation, and issuing certificate thereof, five dollars.
13. For filing each annual statement of insurance company, twenty-five dollars.
14. For issuing certificate of authority to each agent of insurance company, five dollars.
15. For receiving and filing articles of incorporation and by-laws of foreign corporations, not included in the proviso to subdivision 3 of this section, twentyfive dollars.
16. For recording miscellaneous records, papers or other documents, twenty cents per folio, and for filing any other paper not otherwise provided for, one dollar. But no member of the Legislature, State or county officer can be charged for any search relative to matters appertaining to the duties of his office; nor must they be charged any fee for a certified copy of any law or resolution passed by the Legislature, relative to their official duties. Fees must be collected in advance, and when collected by him must be paid to the State Treasurer monthly.
Sec. 12. The Secretary of State must execute an official bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars.
Sec. 13. This act shall take effect upon approval.
BOARD OF LABOR CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION.
AN ACT to create a State Board of Labor, Conciliation and Arbitration, for
the investigation and settlement of differences between Employers and their Employes, and to define the Power and Duties of the said Board, and to fix their Compensation.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Utah:
SECTION 1. As soon as this act shall be approved, Appointment the Governor, by and with the consent of the Senate, tions of board. shall appoint three persons, not more than two of whom
shall belong to the same political party, who shall be styled a State Board of Labor, Conciliation and Arbi. tration, to serve as a State Board of Labor, Concilia
tion and Arbitration, one of whom and only one of whom shall be an employer of labor, and only one of whom shall be an employe, and the latter shall be selected from some labor organization, and the third shall be some person who is neither an employe nor an employer of manual labor, and who shall be chairman of the board. One to serve for one year, one for three years and one for five years as may be designated by the Governor at the time of their appointment, and at the expiration of their terms, their successors shall be appointed in like manner for the term of four years. If a vacancy occurs at any time, the Governor shall, in Vacancy. the same manner appoint some one to serve the unexpired term and until the appointment and qualification of his successor. Each member of the said board shall, before entering upon the duties of bis office, be sworn to a faithful discharge thereof.
Sec. 2. The board shall at once organize by select- Organization ing from its members a secretary, and they shall, as soon as possible after such organization, establish suitable rules of procedure.
Sec. 3. When any controversy or difference, not Inquiry into involving questions which may be the subject of an action at law or bill in equity, exists between an employer, (whether an individual, copartnership or corporation), employing not less than ten persons, and his employes, in this State, the board shall, upon application as herein provided, and as soon as practicable thereafter, visit the locality of the dispute, and make a careful inquiry into the cause thereof, hear all persons interested therein, who may come before them, advise the respective parties what, if anything, ought to be done or submitted to by either or both to adjust said dispute, and make a written decision thereof.
Sec. 4. This decision shall at once be made public, Decision of shall be recorded upon the proper book of record to be kept by the secretary of said board, and a short statement thereof published in the annual report hereinafter provided for.
Sec. 5. Said application shall be signed by said Application for employer, or by a majority of his employes in the department of the business in which the controversy or difference exists, or by both parties, and shall contain a concise statement of the grievances complained of, and a promise to continue on in business or at work without any lockout or strike until a decision of said
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