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Title (1892) General Index to the Statutes of Utah
Subject Law
Description (1892) The Thirtieth Legislature in 1892 appointed a committee to index the 1888 Compiled laws and the session laws of 1890 and 1892. References to the 1888 Compiled Laws are made to paragraph numbers, with later amendments indicated in parentheses. Laws added in 1890 and 1892 are indicated by year and page number in the session law.
Creator Compiled by Authority of the Thirtieth Legislative Assembly
Date 1892
Type Text
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Language eng
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Holding Institution S.J. Quinney College of Law, The University of Utah, South 1400 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0730
Source Physical Dimensions 15 cm x 23.5cm
Metadata Cataloger Kelly Taylor
Scanning Technician Amanda Wilson
ARK ark:/87278/s6mp5410
Setname uu_law_uschs
Date Created 2005-11-18
Date Modified 2006-01-25
ID 718157
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6mp5410

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Title Index_page_175
Description GENERAL INDEX TO THE LAWS OF UTAH. 175 HOMESTEADS-{Continued.) SEC. what minors may have the privilege of this chapter...... " " " 158 payment before expiration of five years, rights of applicant, " " " 158 no.distinction on account of race or color................ " " " 158 soldiers' and sailors' homesteads......................... " " " 159 : deduction of military and naval services from time, etc.. " " " 160 persons that have entered less than 160 acres, rights of. . . " " " 160 widow and minor children of person entitled to. ....... " " " 161 actual service in the army or navy equivalent to residence, etc....................................... " " " 161 who may enter by agent........................:....... " " " - 161 homestead rights extended to Indians who sever their tribal relations.................................... " " " 162 certain Indian homesteads confirmed..................... " " " 162 chiefs, etc., of Stockbridge Munsees, homesteads rights of " " " 163 ¦ : exemption of homesteads of Stockbridge Munsees...... " " " 163 unsold lands of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, how opened for homesteads............................ " " " 164 selections for minor under preceding section............. " " " 164 bona fide settlers on above lands prior to, etc............ " " " 164 certain lands to be patented to Indians making selection. . " " " 165 cultivation of trees on homestead tracts.................. " " " 165 entry of 160 acres of double minimum lands allowed after ¦ • ' March 3, 1879, additional entry of adjoining lands allowed; new entry, when allowed................ " " " 165 homestead claimant on their assignees may purchase lands at $1.25 per acre in certain cases............. " " " 166 confirmation of homestead entries within railroad limits made prior to receipt of notice of withdrawal at local office........................................ " " " 167 land within railroad grants re-entered by claimants after abandonment..............'...................... " " " 167 homestead entries made after expiration of land grant confirmed..............................___......... " " « 167 patents for, subject to water rights..............¦......... " " " 210 what mineral lands subject to........................... " " " 210 HOMICIDE-ste Murder. excusable when................................................. 4459 justifiable when............................................4460, 4461 bare fear will not justify........................................ 4462 if justifiable or excusable, acquittal...............................4463 attempts to kill by poison...................................4470, 4548 assault to commit.............................................. 4471 jurisdiction of indictment for murder in certain cases............ 4818 no limitation of action for murder............................... 4829 manslaughter defined........................................... 4456 murder defined................................................. 4452 degrees of.............................................. 4454
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Source Original Book: General Index to the Statutes of Utah
Setname uu_law_uschs
Date Created 2005-11-18
Date Modified 2005-11-18
ID 717929
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6mp5410/717929