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AN ACT EXTENDING ACT APPROVED MARCH 16, 1899, CHAPTER

54, SESSION LAWS OF 1899. C. B. No. 39; Approved March
1, 1907.

COXTENTS.

Sec. 1. Provisions of act approved Mareh 16, 1899, Chapter 51, Session Laws 1899,

extended to include all municipal corporations.

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New

Mexico:

Section 1. That all of the provisions of that Act of the
Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, entitled
"An act to authorize the building and repair of sidewalks n

Sec. 1. Lawful for railroad company to sell liquor on trains in Territory upon grant-

ing of license.

Sec. 2. Licenses. How to secure.

Sec. 3. Penalties for violation of this act.

Sec, 4. Disposition of funds received under provisions of this act.

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New

Mexico:

Section. 1. That it shall hereafter be lawful for any rail-

road company to sell or permit the sale of intoxicating liquors

upon trains operating within or continuously through this

Territory by such company, upon the granting to any such

company of a license therefor as hereinafter provided.

Every such company desiring to obtain a license

for the sale of intoxicating liquors upon trains operated by

such company entirely within or continuously through this

Territory, shall make application therefor in writing to the

territorial auditor and pay to him the sum of two hundred

dollars ($200.00), who shall thereupon issue to such company

an annual license for the sale of such intoxicating liquors

upon such trains.

Sec. 3. Any such company which shall sell or permit the

sale of intoxicating liquors upon any train operated over its

line of railroad in this Territory without having first complied

with the provisions of this act, shall upon conviction thereof

be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred dollars

($100.00) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500.00) for

each offense, and each such sale shall constitute a separate

offense.

Sec. 4. All funds received by the territorial auditor
from such source shall be by him paid over to the territorial

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and

after the date of its passage.

CHAPTER 10.

AN ACT PROVIDING FOR TRANSFER OF REAL ESTATE RECORDS

FROM COLFAX COUNTY TO UNION COUNTY FOR REAL

ESTATE NOW LOCATED IN UNION COUNTY. S. H. B. No. 33;

Approved March 6, 1907.

CONTENTS.

Sec. 1. Providing for transcription of records from Counties of Colfax, Mora and San

Miguel.

Sec. 2. When transcription shall commence. Signature over oath as to correctness

of transcript.

Sec. 3. Transcript to be received as evidence in any court.

Sec. 4. Contracts entered by board of county commissioners binding against County

of Union.

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New

Mexico :

Section 1. The board of county commissioners of Union

county, in the Territory of New Mexico, in the name of said

County of Union, within six months from the date of the

passage of this act are hereby authorized to procure suitable

books of record, and are authorized to contract with the

probate clerk of the respective counties hereinafter named:

Provided, however, That the terms satisfactory to said board of

county commissioners of said Union county can be arranged

to transcribe in said books of record any and all conveyances,

mortgages, liens and incumbrances, contracts and instru-

ments affecting the title of any real property situated in what

is known as Union county, and east of the range line between

ranges 27 and 28 east, now of record in the office of the probate

clerks of Colfax county, Mora county and San Miguel county.

Sec. 2. That the several probate clerks employed by said

board of the county commissioners of Union county mentioned

in the foregoing section shall, if so employed, proceed

promptly to transcribe said records as provided in the

foregoing section, settirg out the book, page and date of record

and certifying over their respective signatures and under

their respective oaths, that the same is a true transcript of

the original record as the same appears in the office of the

probate clerks of Colfax county, Mora county and San Miguel

county.

Sec. 3. Said transcript of records when so transcribed and

certified to as mentioned in Section 2 of this article shall
have the same force and effect and be as binding, and received
as evidence in any court of the Territory of New Mexico as if
the said certified copies of records were original records.

Sec. 4. Any contract or agreement made and entered into

by the said board of county commissioners of Union county,

in pursuance of the foregoing provisions, in the name of the

said County of Union for the purchase of said record books,

and the making of transcripts therein shall be legal and

binding obligation against the said County of Union, and be

allowed and paid by the board of county commissioners of

said County of Union, in the same manner as other claims and

demands against the said County of Union shall be audited

and paid.

Sec. 5. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with the

foregoing provisions are hereby repealed, and this act shall
take effect and be in full force from and after its passage.

Amending Section 3342, Compiled Laws of 1897.

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New

Mexico:

Section 1. That Section 3342 of the Compiled Laws of New
Mexico of 1897 be amended to read as follows:

“No justice of the peace of the respective counties of this
Territory shall try any cause, nor hold his court out of his
respective precinct, and the justice who shall violate the pro-
visions of this section, shall be deemed guilty of a misde-
meanor as involuntary neglect of his duties, and shall be tried
on indictment before the district court, according to provis-
ions of Sections 844 to 856;

Provided, however, That any justice of the peace who may

be designated by the city council or board of trustees of any

city or town to have exclusive jurisdiction in causes arising

under the ordinances of any city or town, as provided in

Section 2408 of the Compiled Laws of New Mexico of 1897,

may try any and all such causes, and may hold his court for

the trial of such causes, anywhere within the limits of such

city or town.”

Sec. 2. All acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith are

hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect and be in force

immediately after its passage.

CHAPTER 12.

AN ACT TO ENCOURAGE THE ERECTION OF BEET SUGAR FAC-

TORIES AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. H. S. C. B. No. 12;

Approved March 6, 1907.

CONTENTS.

Sec. 1.

Beet Sugar Factories, etc., exempt from taxation if operated in good faith

before first day of April, 1909, for period of six years,

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