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620 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 364-366. 1897. person so offending shall DB deemed guilty ot a misdemeanor, and ou conviction in the police court of said District shall be punished by a fine of not less than ten dollars nor more than fifty dollars for the first oifense, and for each subsequent offeuse by a fine of not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars, or imprisonment in the jail of the District not exceeding six months, or both, in the discretion of the court. Approved, March 2, 1897. Mmh Z um- CHAP. 365.-An Act To amend an Act entitled "An` Act to prohibit the interment '_""_""_" of bodies in Graceland Cemetery, in the District of Columbia," passed August third, eighteen hundred and ninety-font. _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United "*"""°*°“’°""'“"“· States of America in Congress assembled, That section two of the Act ‘?,‘:,°°'¤"f1*} entitled “An Act to prohibit the interment of bodies in Graceland Cem- 'etery, in the District of Columbia," passed August third, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, is hereby amended as thllows: _,}”§,,§’,f,{‘,,°,f°[.’, ,',§[°°° "The said board of officers are hereby authorized and empowered to convey the said property by mortgage or deed of trust to secure a loan, which they are hereby authorized to make, at such time and at such rate of interest as may be practicable, not exceeding six per centum per annum, which money so raised shall be used by them for the purposes of carrying out the iprovisions of the said Act, and for which they shall be accountable as or other moneys coming into their hands as such odious under the said Act.” Approved, March 2, 1897. ]‘“'°hz·m"· CHAP. 366.-An Act To provide times and places for holding terms of United H States courts in Utah. _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United iT1'dt1:iS°°°°°°"°' States of America in Congress assembled, That the circuit court of the gi¤;ku?:g`h}t{¥*- United States in and for the State of Utah shall be held at the time and place provided bylaw for holding the United States district court _ _ in and for said State. m""'°““ °'°“*°"‘ Sec. 2. That for the purpose of holding terms of the district court, said district shall be divided into two divisions, to be known as the N°'°**°"* *“"***°"· northern and central divisions. The counties of Weber, Davis, Morgan, Rich, Cache, and Boxelder shall constitute the northern division, ¤¤¤¤¤1·¤vi¤i¤¤· the court for which shall be held at the city of Ogden; and all remaining counties of the said State shall constitute the central division, the court for which shall be held at the city of Salt Lake. ·’°'*°*“°¤°¤· Sec. 3. That all civil suits not of a local character which shall be brought in the district or circuit courts of the United States for the district of Utah, in either of said divisions, against a single defendant, or where all the defendants reside in the same division of said district, shall be brought in the division in which the_defendant or defendants reside, or if there are two or more defendants residing in different divisions, such suit may be brought in either division; and all mesne and final process subject to the provisions of this Act issued in either of said divisions may be served and executed in either or both of said divisions. B°¤*°'¤*°'¤=·¤¤¢¤· All issues of fact in civil causes triable in any of the said courts shall be tried in the division where the defendant, or one of the defendants, reside, unless by consent of both parties the case shall be removed to some other division. ‘”°'*°· S20. 4. That the clerks of the circuit and district courts for said district shall each appoint a deputy clerk at each of the places where