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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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Date Created 2005-12-15
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Title Land Laws_page 164
Description and speaks the English language; that he is well disposed to become a peaceable and orderly citizen; and that he has sufficient capacity to manage his own affairs; the court may enter a decree admitting him to all the rights of a citizen of the United States, and henceforth he shall he no longer held or treated as a member of any Indian tribe, but shall be entitled to all the rights and privileges, and be subject to all the duties and liabilities to taxation of other citizens of the United States, But nothing herein contained shall be construed to deprive such chiefs, warriors, or heads of families of annuities to which they are or may be entitled. hDd. Sec. 246. The unoccupied lands in the reservation Mppewamade for the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, of Michigan, by {*«£* the treaty of July thirty-one, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, shall be open to homestead entry for six months from the tenth day of June, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, by Indians only of those tribes, who have not made selections or purchases under the treaty, including such members of the tribes as have become of age since the expiration of the ten years named in the treaty; and every Indian so entitled shall be permitted to make his homestead entry, at the local land acres of double minimum land, on making proper proof of his right, under such rules as may be prescribed by the Secre- r Sec. 247. The collector of customs for the Ait ' which such land is situated, is authorized, and it is e duty, to select for such minoc children as would be t under the preceding section^jsheirs of any Indian. Sec. 248. All actual, permanent, bona fide settlers t any of such lands who settled prior to the first day of Jam ary, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, shall be entitled 1 snter either under the homestead laws or to pay for at tli
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Source Original Book: Compiled Laws of Utah 1888 Volume 1
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Date Created 2005-12-15
Date Modified 2005-12-15
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