Laws -- Utah -- History -- Sources
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and signed petition. This petition is a "writ of prohibition" of John M. Wallace to the Honorable Charles E. Sinclair, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Utah, by Wallace's attorney, William A. Hickman. The item claims that Justic of the Peace, Jeter Clinton, collected illicit fines from a Utah "gambling house."
Contains materials regarding the repeal of the lien law in Utah. Includes news articles explaining the law and the pros and cons, a report arguing for the removal of lien law, and correspondence discussing the pros and cons of the law. Dated 1952.