General Laws, Joint Resolutions, Memorials, and Private Acts Passed at the Eighth Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Colorado; Convened at Denver, on the Third Day of January, 1870

General Laws, Joint Resolutions, Memorials, and Private Acts Passed at the Eighth Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Colorado; Convened at Denver, on the Third Day of January, 1870

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1870 edition. Excerpt: ... benevolent and religious institutions, or so cieties devoted solely to the appropriate object of those institutions, not exceeding three acres in extent, and not leased or otherwise used with a view to pecuniary profit. Sixth, The books, papers, furniture and apparatus pertaining to the above institutions, and used solely for the purposes above contemplated, and the like property of students in any such institutions, used for their education. Seventh, Money and credits belonging exclusively to such institutions, and devoted solely to sustaining them, but not exceedin in amount or income the sum prescribed by their c arter. Eighth, Animals less than p, ., 1, .three months old. Ninth, All public libraries, pri-"" """""'vate libraries not exceeding $1,000 in value; also professional libraries not exceeding in valuation $2,500, and family pictures. Tenth, Household and kitchen furniture, beds and bedding, wearin apparel in use, poultry, wool, flax and tow, inten ed to be manufactured, with the food provided for each family, not exceeding in all the value of $300. Eleventh, The polls and estates of Indians and of per-Tliepolls of Insons who by reason of age, infirmity or penury, may ii-'5'."- "i'3i-''. in the jud ment of the assessor, be unable to eontribute to t e public charges, such opinion being subject to reversal by the board of county commissioners. Twelfth, The estate both real and personal of _ county and territorial agricultural societies. Thir- i ii' '.""'" '' teenth, The tools and implements or stock in trade T001, M, _0, k of any mechanic, miner or other erson, used and""""kept for...show more

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  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 118g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123689376X
  • 9781236893765