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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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Holding Institution S.J. Quinney College of Law, The University of Utah, South 1400 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0730
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Setname uu_law_uschs
Date Created 2005-11-18
Date Modified 2006-01-25
ID 718157
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Title Index_page_222
Description 222 GENERAL INDEX TO THE LAWS OF UTAH. MEMORIALS TO CONGRESS- sec. fourth judicial district...........................'.........1890, p. 138 protest against removal of Ute Indians to Utah............ " " 139 federal building at Salt Lake City, Utah................... " " 140 Ogden, Utah............:.............. " " 141 deep harbor.......................,....................... " " 141 in aid of irrigation....................................... " " 142 public parks.................................,........... " " 143 relating to school lands................................... " " 143 legislative sessions, Utah Legislature..................... " " 144 MESSAGE BY TELEGRAPH-see Telegraph. MILEAGE-see Fees. MILE-POST- removal or destruction of........................................ 4703 MILITARY- authority, penal code does not effect............................. 4374 duty, telegraph operators exempt from.......................... 2302 department of University continued......................1892, p. 10 MILITIA- Governor to be commander-in-chief of.................Vol. 1, p. 41, 51 general officers of, elective:............................ " " " 55 arms and ammunition for.............................. " " " 76-79 Ter. laws relating to annulled and Ter. militia shall be subject to U. S. laws....................................Vol. 1, p. 124, 125 when to be ordered out by Governor............................. 4814 MILK- adulteration of, see Adulteration of Food. MILLARD COUNTY- boundaries.............................................Vol. 1, p. 261 Filmore county seat...........,......................... " " " 261 MINERALOGY AND GEOLOGY- ' chair of in University...................................1890, p. 78 MINES AND MINING CLAIMS, U. S. STATUTES- - • . mineral lands, reserved and sold only as such ...........Vol. 1, p. 194 open to exploration and purchase by citizens and . ' those having declared intention, on compliance with local and general laws.........-. .Vol. 1, p. 195 excepted from certain grants made by Congress.... ..................................,...Vol.l,p. 212 lands set apart as mineral but settled upon and found to be agricultural, may be set apart and sold as such............___.......Vol. 1, p. 210, 211 of Mich., Minn., Wis., Mo. and Kansas do not come under operation of general mining laws, Vol.1, p. 212
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Source Original Book: General Index to the Statutes of Utah
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Date Created 2005-11-18
Date Modified 2005-11-18
ID 717980
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