Utah Enabling Act

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  • UT ENABLING ACT § 1. Formation of state authorized
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 2. Convention--Electors--Delegates--Apportionment--Election
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 3. Meeting of convention--Ordinance to be incorporated in constitution
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 4. Vote on Constitution--Canvass--Proclamation--Admission
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 5. Congressman--Time of election of state officers--Territorial officers to continue
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 6. Land grant for common schools
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 7. Land grant for public buildings
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 8. Land grant to university and agricultural college--Permanent fund
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 9. Five per cent of sales of public lands granted to schools
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 10. Permanent school fund--Lands granted not subject to entry under laws of U.S.
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 11. Schools, colleges, and university must remain under state control
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 12. Other land grants--Enumeration--Penitentiary granted
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 13. Selection of lands granted
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 14. U.S. district and circuit courts--U.S. attorney and marshal--Term of court--Jurors
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 15. Powers, jurisdiction, and duties of U.S. courts and judges
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 16. Duties of U.S. marshal, attorney, and other officers--Fees and compensation
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 17. Transfer of causes--Appeals--Succession to territorial courts
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 18. Appropriation for convention
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 19. Election of state officers--Representative--U.S. senators--State government--Territorial and U.S. laws
  • UT ENABLING ACT § 20. Repealing clause

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