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COLORADO.

HISTORICAL. 1803. Cnoccupied prior to this time, when a part passed under United

States control by virtue of the “Louisiana Purchase;" re

mainder claimed by Mexico. 1806-7. Pike's expedition. 1820. Long's exploration of northern part. 1838. Convention between United States and Texas. 1842 to 1845. Frémont's explorations. 1848. Cession by Mexico to United States (treaty of Guadalupe Hi

dalgo). 1861. Territory of Colorado organized by Act of Congress (Feb. 28). 1875. Enabling Act of Congress for admission as a State (approved

Mar. 3). 1876. President's proclamation admitting State to Union (Aug. 1).

Snook's “Colorado History and Government. U. S. Charters and Const's, Part I, p. 212.

BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Territory
Title of legislative body “ Legislative Assembly.”
Session laws called “Laws.'

State

Title of legislative body “General Assembly.”
Session laws called “Laws."

SESSION LAWS. Territory 1st Session, Sept. 1861. 578 p. 8°. 2d Session, July 1862. 166 + (2) p. 8°. 3d Session, Feb. 1864. 278 + (1) p. 8o. 4th Session, Jan. 1865. 161 + (2) p. 8o. 5th Session, Jan. 1866. 190 + (1) p. 8°. 6th Session, Dec. 1866. 159 + (1) p. 8°. 7th Session, Dec. 1867. 31 p. 8°. Private.

7th Session, Dec. 1867. viii + 742 + (1) p. 8°. Public, see Revision,

1868. 8th Session, Jan. 1870. 180 + (2) p. 8°. 9th Session, Jan. 1872. 247 + (1) p. 8°. 10th Session, Jan. 1874. 347 + (1) p. 8°. 11th Session, Jan. 1876. 223 + (1) p. 8o. State 1st Session, Nov. 1876.

(Contained in General Laws, 1877.) 2d Session, Jan. 1879. 242 + Ixxxvi p. 8°. 3d Session, Jan. 1881. 256 + lxiii p. 8°. 4th Session, Jan. 1883. 358 p. 8°. 5th Session, Jan. 1885. 456 p. 8o. 6th Session, Jan. 1887. 530 p. 8°. 7th Session, Jan. 1889. 534 p. 8°. 8th Session, Jan. 1891. 508 p. 8°. 9th Session, Jan. 1893. 654 p. 8o. 9th (Extra) Session, Jan. 1894. 101 p. 8°. 10th Session, Jan. 1895. 345 p. 8o. 11th Session, Jan. 1897. p. 1-283.

Bound in 1 vol. 8°. 11th (Extra) Session, Apr. 6, 1897. p. 285-382. 12th Session, Jan. 1899. 583 p. 8°. 13th Session, Jan. 1901. 630 p. 8°. 13th (Extra) Session, Jan. 1902. 343 p. 8°. 14th Session, Jan. 1903.

Bound in 1 vol. 703 p. (Continu14th (Special) Session, July 1903. ous paging.) 8° 15th Session, Jan. 1905. 454 p. 8°. 16th Session, Jan. 1907. 728 p. 8°. 17th Session, Jan. 1909. 615 p. 8°. 17th (Extraordinary) Session, Aug. 9, 1910. 83 p. 8o. 18th Session, Jan. 1911. 783 p. 8o.

STATUTES (Compilations, Revisions, Digests, Codes).
Territory
Leyes Generales (1867), Sesiones 4a-6a, Asamblea Legislativa.
8°.

Denver, 1867.
In Harvard Law School.
Revised Statutes (Territorial 1868), Passed at the seventh session,

1867.
vüïi + 742 p. 8°.

Central City, 1868. Central City, 1868.

Common School Law (1868).

16 p. 8°. (1870.)

36 p. 8o. State Common School Law (1877).

8o.

Central City, 1870.

Denver, 1877.

General Laws (1876), passed at the first session Nov. 1876. xvi + (1) + 1154 p. 8o.

Denver, 1877. Code of Civil Procedure (1877). 163 + cxiv p. 8.

Denver, 1877. General Statutes (1883). 1428 p. 4to.

Denver, 1883. Code of Civil Procedure (1884); J. A. Dawson. 238 + lrrix p. 8°

Denver, 1884. In New York Bar Association.

Code of Procedure (1890), including amendments of 1899. Anno

tated by F. S. Rice.
ac + 839 p. 8.

Denver, 1890.
In Department of Justice.
Mills' Annotated Statutes (1883–91); J. Warner Mills.
2 vols. 8°.

Chicago, 1891.
Supplement (1891–96); J. Warner Mills.
Marked “Vol. 3." iv + 1385 p. 8o.

Denver, 1897.
(1891-1905) revised supplement. By J. Warner Mills.
Marked “Vol. 3." vii + 1621 p. 8o.

Denver, 1904. Mills' Annotated Code of Civil Procedure (1896); J. Warner

Mills.
xxxi + 828 p. 8°.

Denver, 1896.
(1905) Revised edition, by J. Warner Mills.
xxxi + 843 p. 8°

Denver, 1905. Revised Statutes (1908), containing Declaration of Independence,

enabling Act, constitutions of United States and of Colorado,
code of civil procedure and general laws. Authorized by Gen-
eral Assembly.
(7) + 1831 p. 4to.

Denver, 1908. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS, CONSTITUTIONS, ETC.

Nole. — The constitution at present in force in this state is that of 1876.

1876. Proceedings of Constitutional Convention held to frame a con

stitution for state Dec. 20, 1875. With enabling Act passed
by congress, address to people, constitution as adopted, and
President's proclamation. Published by authority.
778 p. 8o.

Denver, 1907. Constitution, Ordinances, etc., adopted in convention Mar. 14, 1876.

In Department of Justice; also in New York Bar Association. Constitution; a copy of this constitution is contained in United

States Charters and Constitutions, Part I, p. 219. See also,

Revised Statutes of Colorado, 1908, p. 23. Constitution Amendments. This constitution has been amended

as follows: Art. V, secs. 6, 19, 22, adopted Nov. 4, 1884; Art. V, sec. 30, adopted Nov. 7, 1882; Art. VI, secs. 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 14, adopted Nov. 2, 1886; Art. VI, secs. 21, 22; Art. VII, sec. 1, adopted Nov. 4, 1902; Art. VI, sec. 29, adopted Oct. 1, 1878; Art. X, sec. 3, adopted Nov. 8, 1904; Art. X, sec. 11, adopted Nov. 8, 1892; Art. XI, sec. 6, adopted Nov. 6, 1888; Art. XIV, secs. 6, 8, 11, adopted Nov. 4, 1902; Art. XIX, sec. 2, adopted Nov. 6, 1900.

(Revised Statutes, 1908, also Colorado State Library, January 9, 1912.)

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA.

HISTORICAL. 1861. Feb. 9, Formation of government at Montgomery, Alabama,

comprising South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Afterward Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virginia joined. Missouri and Kentucky became disputed territory.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Title of Legislative body " The Congress.” Session laws called "Acts."

SESSION LAWS.
Statutes at Large from the institution of the government to (Feb. 17,

1864). By James M. Matthews. (Contains) constitution for
the provisional government and permanent constitution of
Confederate States; (also) treaties concluded by Confederate
States with Indian tribes. Published by authority of [Con-
federate) congress.
2 vols. 8°.

Richmond, 1862–64.
Vol. 1 being provisional government, and Indian treaties.

Vol. 2 being permanent government. The foregoing contains the following: Provisional Government 1st Session, Feb. 4, 1861. p. 1-98. 2d Session, Apr. 29, 1861. p. 99–166. 3d Session, July 20, 1861. p. 167–215. Bound in Vol. 1. 4th Session, Sept. 3, 1861. p. 217–219. 5th Session, Nov. 18, 1861. p. 221–286. Confederate Government 1st Congress, 1st Session, (Feb. 18) 1862. p. v + 56 + ix. Public.

Bound in Vol. 2. 1st Congress, 1st Session, (Feb. 18) 1862. p. 6+ (1). (Continued on next

Private.

page.)

· Harvard Law School shows an edition of the 1st session printed at Montgomery, 1861; and an edition of the 3d session, 1861.

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