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etc.

undertakings.

administrator.

creditors.

entry on the minutes of the court or recital that required proof was made or notice was given shall be conclusive evidence of the fact of such notice.

4. He may in uncontested cases hear the proofs Property rents, and determine the facts as provided in section 4048, and may fix the amount of the bond and for that purpose may hear testimony as to the property, rents, profits and issues as provided in section 4055.

5. He may in all cases approve bonds and under-Bonds and takings as provided in sections 4060, 4061 and 4078.

6. He may appoint a special administrator as pro- Special vided in section 4075, and fix the amount of his bond as provided in section 4078.

7. He may appoint appraisers as provided in sec- Appraisers. tion 4099.

8. He may designate the terms of and enter the Notice to order for publication of notice to creditors required by cred section 4120.

9. He may grant an order of sale of perishable Order of sale. property under the provisions of section 4148.

10. He may consider a petition for the sale of real property made by an executor or administrator and may make the order provided for in section 4160, if he find the petition sufficient.

11. He may make and enter the order fixing the Hearing upon day for hearing upon return of proceedings and the manner in which notice of the same shall be given as provided in section 4173.

12. He may appoint the time and place for hear- Petition for ing the petition for conveyance from an executor or co administrator and enter the order directing the manner in which notice of the same shall be given as provided in section 4209.

13. He may appoint the day for the settlement of Settlement of the accounts of an executor or administrator and designate by order the notice to be given as provided in section 4237.

14. He may designate the notice to be given to Notice concernthe person having the charge of a minor and to rela- ing tives of the minor as provided in section 4305.

15. He may cause notice to be given of the time Insane and and place of hearing petition in the case of an insane hearing or incompetent person as provided in section 4318. p

16. He may consider the petition and may make order to show the order to show cause why an order should not be cause.

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return.

conveyance.

accounts.

ing minor.

incompetent;

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granted for the sale of real estate as provided in sec. tion 4336, if he find the petition sufficient.

Sec. 2. All orders made and proceedings had by the clerk under the provisions of the foregoing section shall be by him spread at large upon the minutes of the court which shall show the fact of the absence of the judge of the court from the county seat; and all such orders and proceedings so had and made shall be valid and binding to the same extent and with the same effect as though made in open court, except as provided in subdivision 3 of section 1 hereof.

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect upon its approval.

Approved March 11, 1896.

CHAPTER XLIV.

TRANS-MISSISSIPPI EXPOSITION.

JOINT RESOLUTION relative to the Trans-Mississippi Exposition to be

held at Omaha, Nebraska, in the year 1898.

Whereas, Delegates representing the twenty-four states and territories lying west of the Mississippi River, at the Trans-Mississippi Congress of 1895, adopted a resolution providing for the holding of an exposition of the products, manufactures, arts and industries of these states and territories; and

Whereas, The said convention voted to hold the said exposition at Omaha, Nebraska, in the year 1898; and

Whereas, The common interest of the states and territories constituting this great region will be promoted thereby, and the interests of the State of Utah will be especially benefited by such an exposition,

Be it therefore resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Utah that the holding of the said Trans-Mississippi Exposition is heartily approved and that the people of Utah are urged to cooperate with the people of the other states of the

Approving the trans-Mississippi congress.

Trans-Mississippi region and to take this opportunity of making a fitting display of their resources; and

Be it further resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the Senators and Representative from Utah in the National Congress by the Secretary of State, with the request that they promote as far as possible the said exposition.

Approved March 13, 1896.

CHAPTER XLV.

REFORM SCHOOL APPROPRIATION.

AN ACT to make a special appropriation to maintain the Current Expenses

of the Utah State Reform School until the regular appropriation is made by the State Legislature.

for current DULUI ULIVU UUUU expenses of

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Utah:

SECTION 1. There is hereby appropriated out of Appropriation the general funds of the State, the sum of three thou-to sand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, reform school. to meet the current expenses of the Utah State Reform School, from January 1st, 1896, to such time as the regular appropriation for its maintenance shall have been made. . Sec. 2. Warrants for the appropriation shall be Interest fund issued by the State Auditor, but the same shall not be on. paid out of any moneys otherwise heretofore appropriated or held in reserve for the payment of interest on the bonded indebtedness of the State.

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect upon its approval.

Approved March 13, 1896.

not to be drawn

pala or held in reserness of the Stareifect upon its al

CHAPTER XLVI.

STATE PRISON APPROPRIATION.

W AUT making an appropriation for the payment of the Current Expenses of

the State Prison.

the il matcted by the Legislature of the State of Utah:

NECTION 1. That the sum of six thousand dollars I loveand the same is hereby appropriated out of any

women in the State treasury, not otherwise appropriJijini wod. 'to pay the current expenses of the State Prison,

from January 1st, until the regular appropriation shall Juvee been made. And the State Auditor is hereby wuthorized to draw his warrant or warrants on the Muut Treasurer for the amount herein appropriated.

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect upon its ap

proval.

Approved March 13, 1896.

CHAPTER XLVII.

CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS.

AN ACT relating to Elections of Representatives in Congress and providing

for the issuance of Certificates to persons elected.

livinentative

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Utah:

SECTION 1. At the general election to be held in the year 1896, and biennially thereafter, there shall be " selected for each Congressional district one Representative to the Congress of the United States.

Sec. 2. The vote for Representative in Congress Wullues of vote. must be canvassed, certified to and transmitted in the

same manner as the vote for State officers.

Sec. 3. The Governor shall, as soon as the returns of such election are completed and canvassed according to law, transmit to the person elected as Representa

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(lertificate.

tive in Congress a certificate of his election, sealed with the great seal and attested by the Secretary of State.

Approved March 13, 1896.

CHAPTER XLVIII.

STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND.

AN ACT incorporating the Utah State School for the Blind and providing for

its Government.

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Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Utah:

SECTION 1. To carry out the provisions of section School for 10, Article X, of the Constitution, the Institution of incorporated. the Blind thereby established is hereby made a body corporate by the name of the Utah school for the Blind, and it shall have perpetual succession, a corporate seal, and by said name may sue and be sued, contract and be contracted with, and it may take and hold by purchase, gift, devise or bequest, real and personal property required for its uses, and it may convert property and credits received by gift, devise or bequesty and not suitable for its use, into money or property available for its uses. It shall be deemed a public corporation, and its property, credits and effects shall be exempt from all taxes and assessments.

Sec. 2. The trustees and officers of the Utah State Deaf and dumb School for the Deaf and Dumb are hereby constituted for school for the trustees and officers of the said School for the Blind which shall, until otherwise provided by law, be conducted as a co-ordinate institution with said School for the Deaf and Dumb.

Sec. 3. The purposes of the school shall be to Instruction to provide a practical education for the blind of Utah, to whom who are of sound mind and body, under thirty years of age, capable of receiving beneficial instruction and incapacitated on account of blindness or inability to see, for instruction in the common schools, and to instruct them in such mechanical trades and arts as will tend to

school trustees

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be given, and

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