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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHs. 366, 372. 1897. 62] their respective courts are required to be held in the divisions of the district, except in the division in which such clerk shall himself reside, each of which deputies shall, in the absence of the clerk, exercise all the powers and periorm all the duties of the clerk within the division _ · for which he shall be appointed: Provided, That the appointment of €Q‘;,'j,‘;';, mmouh such deputies shall be approved by the court for which they shall have sw- ` been respectively appointed, and may be annulled by such court at its pleasure; and the clerks shall be responsible for the official acts and negligence of all such deputies. Sec. 5. That the terms of the district court for the district of the T°’¤*¤· State of Utah shall be held at the city of Salt Lake, beginning on the Sm I·¤k¤· nrst Monday of May and the first Monday of December in each year, and at the city of Ogden, beginning on the iirst Monday of March and Og‘*°“· the first Monday of September of each year; and all suits, prosecutions, process, recognizances, bail bonds, and other things pending in or returnable to said court are hereby transferred to and shall be made returnable to and have force in the said respective terms in this Act provided, in the same manner and with the same eifcct as they would have had had said place of holding been designated in the original Act. _ Sec. 6. That no action, suit, proceeding, information, indictment, P°“°“'g '°"““"“· recognizance, bail bond, or other process in either of said courts shall abate or be rendered invalid by reason of the change of time in the holding of the terms of said courts, but the same shall be deemed to be returnable to, pending, and triable at the terms herein provided for. Received by the President, February 18, 1897. [N o·rE BY rms: DEPARTMEN1‘ or SrA·rE.-The foregoing act having been presented to the President of the United States for his approval, and not having been returned by him to the house of Congress in which it originated within the time prescribed by the Constitution of the United States, has become a law without his approval.] CHAP. 3’l2.—A1i Act To prevent trespassing upon and providing for the protection March 3. 1897· of national military parks. "“"`_"""‘_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United V u I r States of America in Congress assembled, That every person who will- ,,,.}f,_°"“ mi "'"Y fully destroys, mutilates, defaces, injures, or removes any monument, “fJm·¤¤;;]j)¤;ju;:;;i:; statue, marker, guidepost, or other structure, or who willfully destroys, mi 8 cuts, breaks, injures, or removes any tree, shrub, or plant within the limits of any national parks shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a tine of not less than ten dollars nor more than one thousand dollars for each monument, statue, marker, guidepost, or other structure, tree, shrub, or plant destroyed, defaced., injured, cut, or removed, or by imprisonment for not less than fifteen days and not more than one year, or by both iine and imprisonment. P _ h t f Sec. 2. That every person who shall trespass upon any national parks I,,,,,{‘,},’,Q_“ "‘°“ °’ for the purpose of hunting or shooting, or who shall hunt any kind of game thereon with gun or dog, or shall set trap or net or other device whatsoever thereon for the purpose of hunting or catching game of any kind, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a une of not more than one thousand dollars or by imprisonment for not less than five days or more than thirty days, or by both iine and imprisonment. Amd md md 0, Sec. 3. That the superintendent or any guardian of such park is annum. authorized to arrest forthwith any person engaged or who may have been engaged in committing any misdemeanor named in this Act, and shall bring such person before any United States commissioner or judge of any district or circuit court of the United States within either of the districts within which the park is situated, and in the district within which the misdemeanor has been committed, for the purpose of holding