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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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Metadata Cataloger Kelly Taylor
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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_264
Description 264 GENERAL INDEX TO THE LAWS OF UTAH. PENAL CODE-(Ccmtinued.) ' sec. arson.....................................................4612-4620 burglary and house-breaking................................4621-4625 having possession of burglarious instruments and deadly weapons.............................................4626,4627 forgery and counterfeiting..................................4628-4638 larceny..............................____i.....(1890, p. 12) 4639-4654 embezzlement..............................................4655-4664 extortion................................................4665-4672 false personation and cheats..........'...........,...........4673-4677 fraudulent destruction of insured property..................4678, 4679 false Aveights and measures....................................4680-4682 fraudulent insolvencies by incorporations and other frauds in their management....................................4683-4698 malicious injuries to railroad bridges, highways, bridges, and'telegraphs.......................... ....................4699-4704 malicious mischief................. /....................4705-4727 other and miscellaneous offences.............................4728-4735 general provision as to crimes and punishments..............4736-4759 salting mines to facilitate fraudulent sales....................4756, 4759 to prevent crime against elective franchise...................4760-4771 cruelty to animals, see Animals..............................4772-4780 repeal to other statutes........................................ 4754 relating to murder, etc.................................1890, p. 80 stealing sheep........................................... " " 12 for procedure under Code, see Criminal Procedure. PENALTY-see Crimes, Felonies, Misdemeanors, Forfeiturers, Fines, Imprisonment, Judgment. special laws remitting forbidden.........................Vol. 1, p. 94 limitation of action for, see Limitations..... ................... 3146 when an act is forbidden by statute and no penalty is provided it is a misdemeanor.......................................... 4448 omission of Code to state does not affect................... ..... 4373 when court to determine.... i..................... . .(Vol. 1, p. 106) 4376 under highway act to be paid into county treasury.........1890, p. 16 PENDING- action, civil...........................................'......... 3706 demurrer on ground of............................... 3221 criminal action when deemed................................... 4835 PENETRATION- any, sufficient to constitute rape. ................................ 4501 crime against nature......................................4509, 4510 PENITENTIARY-see Convicts, Prisoners, Imprisonment. when erected by the United States to be in care of marshal...... ........."..........................................Vol. 1, p. 61 Attorney General to prescribe rules for................. " " " 61 fix marshal's compensation......... " " " 61
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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 718024
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6mp5410/718024