THE REVISED STATUTES OF COLORADO: AS PASSED AT THE SEVENTH SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, CONVENED ON THE SECOND DAY OF DECEMBER, A.D. 1867...PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. Colorado.

THE REVISED STATUTES OF COLORADO: AS PASSED AT THE SEVENTH SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, CONVENED ON THE SECOND DAY OF DECEMBER, A.D. 1867...PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

Central City: Printed by David C. Collier, at the Register Office, 1868. Bound in contemporary sheep [moderately worn]. viii, [9]-742, [1- errata], [1blank] pp. Last index leaf torn away, else Very Good.

This early territorial imprint, Colorado's first published Revised Statutes, established the separate legal status of married women; included a detailed regulation of marks and brands; and set forth the Statutes by subject in alphabetical order. A detailed index and table of contents are included. Colorado did not enter the Union as a State until 1876.
McMurtrie [CO] 95. I Harv. Law Cat. 427. Item #30421

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