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Title (1888 I) Compiled Laws of Utah, Volume I, 1888
Subject Law
Description (1888 I) The twenty-eighth legislature in 1888 passed an act which formed a committee to compile all public acts, laws and resolutions in force in the territory. The compilation was to be systematically arranged, substantially bound, with marginal notes and proper index. The two volumes are arranged in parts, chapters, consecutively numbered paragraphs which are summarized at the beginning of each chapter, and sections. The index to Volume I is substantial and references page numbers. A general index covering both volumes is published in Volume II. A separate session law volume was published for 1888.
Date 1888
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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Title Political, Constitutional, and Legislative_page 56
Description Territory hereafter organized by Congress, a well as at all elections in Territories already organized, the qualification1! of voters and of holding office shall be uch as maj be pre scribed by the Legislative Assembly of each Territory, -tub ject, nevertheless, to the following restrictions on the pon er of the Legislative Assembly, namely: First. The right of suffrage and of holding office shall be exercised only by citizens of the United States above the age of twenty-one years, and by those above that age who have declared on oath, before a competent court of record, their intention to become such, and have taken an oath to States. Second. There shall be no denial of the elective fran- color, or previous condition of servitude. Third. No officer, soldier, seaman, mariner, or other person in the Army or Navy, or attached to troops in the service of the United States, shall be allowed to, vote in any Territory is, and has been for the period of six months, his Fourth. No person belonging to the Army or Navy shall be elected to or hold any civil office or appointment in any Territory. Sec. 1862. Every Territory shall have the right to send a Delegate to the House of Representatives of the United States, to serve during each Congress, who shall be elected by the voters in the Territory qualified to elect members of the Legislative Assembly thereof. The person having the greatest number of votes shall be declared by the Governor duly elected, and a certificate shall be given accordingly. Every such delegate shall have a seat in the House of Representatives, with the right of debating, but not of voting. >of Sec. 1863. The first election of a delegate in any Ter-'• ritory for which a temporary government is hereafter provided by Congress shall be held at the time and places and in the manner the Governor of such Territory may direct, after at all subsequent elections therein, as well as at all elections for a delegate in organized Territories, such time, places, and manner of holding the election shall be prescribed by the law
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Source Original Book: Compiled Laws of Utah 1888 Volume 1
Setname uu_law_uschs
Date Created 2005-12-15
Date Modified 2005-12-15
ID 720723
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