Laws of the State of Utah, 1944. Passed at the First Special Session of the Twenty-Fifth Legislature Convened at the Capitol in the City of Salt Lake March 27, 1944, and adjourned sine die on April 1, 1944. Herbert B. Maw, Governor's proclamation.

Laws of the State of Utah, 1944. Passed at the First Special Session of the Twenty-Fifth Legislature Convened at the Capitol in the City of Salt Lake March 27, 1944, and adjourned sine die on April 1, 1944

Kaysville, UT: Inland Printing Co, 1944. First Edition. Hardcover. 28pp. Very slim, tall octavo [26 cm] Black cloth over boards with a gilt stamped title and double blind ruled borders on the front cover. Very good. The covers show light surface and edge wear, and there is a small marking in red on the front free endpaper. Item #41739

Topics discussed include Soldiers' Voting Legislation, A Joint Resolution Requesting Congress to Construct a Suitable Plant for the Processing of Coal and Oil Shales Within the State of Utah, and A Joint Resolution Memorializing Congress Respecting the Policy of the State of Utah Relating to the Completion and Post-War Operation of the Geneva Steel Plant.

Price: $20.00

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