town, school district or other public corporation, shall make any appropriation to aid in the support of any school, seminary, academy, college, university or other institution, controlled in whole, or in part, by any church, sect or denomination whatever.
COUNTIES, CITIES AND TOWNS
Section 1. [Existing counties, precincts, etc., recognized.] The several counties of the Territory of Utah, existing at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, are hereby recognized as legal subdivisions of this State, and the precincts, and school districts, now existing in said counties, as legal subdivisions thereof, and they shall so continue until changed by law in pursuance of this article.
Sec. 2. [Removal of county seats.] No County Seat shall be removed unless two-thirds of the qualified electors of the county, voting on the proposition at a general election, shall vote in favor of such removal, and two-thirds of the votes cast on the proposition shall be required to relocate a county seat. A proposition of removal shall not be submitted in the same county more than once in four years.
Sec. 3. [Changing county lines.] No territory shall be stricken from any county unless a majority of the voters living in such territory, as well as of the county to which it is to be annexed, shall vote therefor, and then only under such conditions as may be prescribed by general law.
Sec. 4. [Uniform county government.] The Legislature shall establish a system of County government, which shall be uniform throughout the State, and by general laws shall provide for precinct and township organizations.
Sec. 5. [Special municipal charters forbidden. ] Corporations for municipal purposes shall not be created by special laws; the Legislature, by general laws
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