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quired by law, shall in any manner be affected by such stamping as aforesaid.

Sec. 3. All Acts and parts of Acts, so far as the same are in conflict with or repugnant to the provisions of this Act, are hereby repealed.

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CHAP. LXXII.-An Act granting right of way and other privi

leges to the Union Pacific Tunnel Company in the construction of a Draining and Exploring Tunnel in Lander Hill, Lander County, Nevada.

[Approved March 4, 1871.]

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assem

bly, do enact as follows:

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SECTION 1. That for the purpose of the construction of a deep Way grant- draining and exploring tunnel to or near Mount Prometheus, in

Lander Hill, Lander County, State of Nevada, the right of way is hereby granted to the Union Pacific Tunnel Company, their heirs and assigns, to run, construct and excavate a mining, draining and exploring tunnel; also, to sink mining, working or air shafts along the line or course of said tunnel, and connecting with the same at any point that may not interfere with rights now had by other parties, acquired either by the mining laws of said

mining district or the State or United States laws. The said tunRoute and, nel shall be at least seven feet high and nine feet wide, with dimensions of tunnel. centre post and double track, and shall commence at a point just

east of Clifton, survey of which is made and recorded by said company according to the mining laws of said mining district, and two hundred and forty feet of tunnel run and completed at or just west of the city of Austin, and to extend from said initial point in an easterly direction eight thousand feet more or less to a point at or near the centre of Mount Prometheus, and the said right of way to extend northerly and southerly on the course of any lode or lodes owned by said company within the same or east or west of the same, and also on or along any other lode which may be discovered or developed by said tunnel; provided, that not more than twelve hundred feet of said lode or lodes on each side of the tunnel shall be claimed, held or owned by said company:

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the said Union Pacifi

Tunnel Company, their heirs and assigns, are hereby granted the granted to right to any such mineral veins and lodes within twelve hundred

feet on each side of said tunnel as shall be cut, discovered or developed by running and constructing the same through its entire length, with all the dips, spurs and angles of such lodes, subject, however, to all the rights now granted or had under the mining laws of said mining district, or any State or United States laws; and, further provided, that all lodes, with their dips, spurs and angles, located within the said twelve hundred feet on each side of said tunnel, and which are now or may be at the cutting of the

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company

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same by said tunnel, and 'are in actual bona fide possession of other persons, corporations or associations, are hereby excepted from the operation of this Act.

Sec. 3. “And be it further enacted, That all persons, compánies, corporations or associations owning claims or mines on compensathe line of said tunnel or within twelve hundred feet on each side ted from drained, benefitted or developed by said tunnel, shall hold their other claims subject to the condition that they shall contribute and pay to the Union Pacific Tunnel Company, their heirs or assigns, the rate of charges for drainage or other benefits derived from said tunnel or its branches, as may be agreed upon between said Union Pacific Tunnel Company and the persons, corporations or associations owning or that may hereafter own mining claims or lodes on the line of said tunnel; and, it is further provided, that all

Right to water that may run through said tunnel shall be and belong exclusively to said Union Pacific Tunnel Company, their heirs or granted U. assigns, for all purposes, so long as it is run or used on the lands owned by said company, or through ditches owned by said company; and, provided further, that said tunnel is to be run and completed twenty-five hundred feet in the same manner as the two nel to be hundred and forty feet is, mentioned as a part of this tunnel in completed. section one of this Act; and that the whole length of twenty-five hundred feet shall be completed in six years from and after the first day of June, A. D. eighteen hundred and seventy-one; and, it is further provided, that should said Union Pacific Tunnel Company, their heirs or assigns, fail or refuse to fully complete said tunnel as in this Act provided, it is declared that all the rights, privileges and franchises granted under this Act shall be null and void.

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CHAP. LXXIII.–An Act to amend an Act entitled An Act to

provide Revenue for the support of the Government of the State of Nevada," approved March 9th, 1865.

[Approved 'March 4, 1871.]

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assem

bly, do enact as follows:

licenses.

SECTION 1. Section sixty-seven of the Act of which this is amendatory, is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

Section Sixty-seven, Every traveling merchant, hawker or Peddlers' peddler, who shall carry a pack or vend goods, wares or merchandise of any kind, and every auctioneer, shall pay for each license the sum of ten dollars per month; and every traveling merchant, hawker or peddler, who shall use a wagon, or one or more animals for the purpose of vending any goods, wares or merchandise of any kind, or wines, fermented or spirituous liquors, shall pay for such license twenty dollars per month; provided, that nothing in this section be so construed as to apply to the sale of fruits or the agricultural productions of this State Proviso.

or the State of California, or the Territory of Utah. The County Auditor shall issue to the Sheriff of the several counties the license contemplated in this section, which licenses so issued shall authorize the holders of the same to vend goods, wares and merchandise, as set forth in such license, within the county wherein such licenses are obtained. And it is hereby made the duty of every Justice of the Peace, Constable, Sheriff, and all peace officers, to demand the license of any such peddler or hawker, and if such person be found not to have a license, as directed by law, the person so offering any goods, wares or merchandise for sale, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction, shall be fined in any sum not less than fifty, nor more than one hundred dollars.

CHAP. LXXIV, -An Act to amend an act entitled An Act rela

tive to Attorneys and Counselors at Law," approved October 31st, 1861.

[Approved March 4, 1871.]

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assem

bly, do enact as follows :

tions of

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how licensed.

SECTION 1. Section three of said Act is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

Section Three. Every applicant for admission as attorney and Qualifica-'

counselor shall produce satisfactory testimonials of good moral applicants. character, and undergo such examination as to his qualifications as

the Supreme Court may direct; provided, that such examination and testimonials may be dispensed with at the discretion of said Court.

SEC. 2. Section four of said Act is hereby amended so as to

read as follows: Attorneys,

Section Four. If he be duly qualified, the Court shall admit him as attorney and counselor in all the courts of the State, and shall direct an order to be entered to that effect upon its records, and that a certificate of such record be given to him by the clerk of the Court, which certificate shall be his license.

Sec. 3. Section five of said Act is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

Section Five. Any District Court of this State may order to be entered upon its roll of attorneys the name of any person who shall produce a license given to him by the clerk of the Supreme Court as in this Act provided.

Sec. 4. Section six of said Act is hereby amended so as to

read as follows: applied.

Section Six. Every person, before receiving a license to practice law, shall take, before some officer authorized by the laws of this State to administer oaths, the oath prescribed by law, and pay over to the State Treasurer the sum of twenty-five dollars for the use of the State Library fund, and the clerk of the court

District Courts to enter upon roll of attorneys those having license.

License fee, and how

shall require of the person so admitted the receipt of said Treasurer before issuing such license, and in no case shall the license be issued until such receipt is filed in the office of the clerk.

SEC. 5. Section nine of said Act is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

Section Nine. If any person shall practice law in any court in Penalty for this State, except a Justice's, Recorder's, or Municipal Court, with-without out having received a license as attorney and counselor, after ad- license. mission by the Supreme Court, he shall be deemed guilty of a contempt of court, and punished as in other cases of contempt; and shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be fined one hundred dollars or imprisoned in the county jail fifty days.

Sec. 6. This Act shall take effect sixty days after its passage.

CHAP. LXXV.- An Act making appropriations for the support

of the Civil Government of the State of Nevada for the seventh and eighth fiscal years.

[Approved March 6, 1871.]

ations.

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assem

bly, do enact as follows : SECTION 1. The following sums of money are hereby appro- Appropripriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, and for the support of the civil government of the State, for the seventh and eighth fiscal years:

For salary of Governor, twelve thousand dollars.

For salary of Private Secretary of Governor, four thousand eight hundred dollars.

For postage, expressage and telegraphing for Governor's office, six hundred dollars.

For rent of office of Governor for four months, one hundred dollars.

For porterage for Governor,for four months, eighty dollars.

For contingent expenses of the Governor's office, five hundred dollars.

For payment of rewards offered by the Governor, five thousand dollars.

For salary of Secretary of State, seven thousand two hundred same. dollars.

For salary of Deputy Secretary of State, six thousand dollars. For postage, expressage and telegraphing for Secretary of State's office, one thousand dollars.

For copying and indexing laws by Secretary of State, six hundred dollars.

For copying and indexing journals of the fifth session of the Legislature, seven hundred and ninety dollars.

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For transportation of books and documents by Secretary of State, five hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of Secretary of State, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For salary of Clerk in Adjutant-General's office and State Library, three thousand six hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of Adjutant-General's office, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For postage, expressage and contingent expenses of State Library, five hundred dollars.

For insurance of State Library and State Capitol building, twenty-five hundred dollars.

For extra clerical services in office of Secretary of State, twelve hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of Board of Examiners, one thousand dollars.

For pay of porter for Secretary of State, State Library and Attorney-General for four months, four hundred dollars.

For salary of State Controller, seven thousand two hundred dollars.

For salary of Deputy Controller, six thousand dollars.

For extra clerical services in office of State Controller, two thousand dollars. And the Controller is hereby authorized to employ such clerical service as he may need, not exceeding the amount of this appropriation.

For prosecuting delinquents for infraction of revenue laws and enforcing the collection of revenue to be expended under the direction of the Controller, two thousand dollars.

For contingent expenses in office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, two hundred dollars.

For postage and expressage of Superintendent of Public Instruction, one hundred dollars.

For rent of office of Superintendent of Public Instruction for four months, one hundred dollars.

For salary of Surveyor-General, two thousand dollars.

For postage and expressage of Surveyor-General's office, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For contingent expenses of Surveyor-General's office, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For rent of Surveyor-General's office for four months, eighty dollars.

For pay of porter of Surveyor-General's office for four months, forty dollars.

For salary of State Land Register, pay of clerk and draughtsman, expenses of selecting lands, for purchase of maps and charts, postage, expressage, contingent expenses, twelve thousand dollars.

For pay of United States Land Register's fees in the selection of lands for the State of Nevada, three thousand dollars.

For salary of State Mineralogist, seven thousand two hundred dollars.

For outfit of State Mineralogist, one thousand dollars.

For contingent expenses of State Mineralogist, five hundred dollars.

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