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SEC. 2. That the declaration of independence; the constitution of the United States, and amendments thereto; the enabling act, providing for the admission of Colorado into the Union as a state; and the constitution of the state of Colorado, including the ordinances of the convention which framed the constitution; together with the president's proclamation of August 1, 1876, proclaiming the admission of Colorado as a state into the Union, be, and the same shall be included and printed in the above order, with the laws provided for in section one of this act.

Sec. 3. That the said secretary shall cause to be made and printed therewith, a full and complete index to all of said laws and other matter provided for in section one of this act, by reference to pages and sections, together with marginal notes to each section, in brief, setting out the subject matter of the section..

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Note.-In conformity with the provisions of sections one, two and three of the preceding act, I have prepared this volume of laws. Having authority to publish only laws of a general nature, all' acts of the former legislative assemblies of the territory, having only local or special significance, as well as those of the first session of the general assembly of the state, of a like character, are omitted from this publication. In the preparation of this volume, a revision has not been attempted, any further than the provisions of the sections of the act before mentioned seemed to require; and I have endeavored to conform as strictly to those provisions as was practicable.

WM. M. CLARK,

Secretary of State.

STATE OF COLORADO,
SECRETARY'S OFFICE,

I, WILLIAM M. CLARK, secretary of state for the state of Colorado, do bereby certify that by virtue of the authority vested in me by an act of the first general asembly of the state of Colorado, convened November 1, 1876, entitled; "an act to proride for the printing of the constitution of the United States; the declaration of independence; the enabling act and constitution of the state, together with all the general laws of this state, in the most convenient and compact form, together with an index to the same,” approved March 22, 1877, I have prepared and caused to be printed all the general laws passed by the first general assembly of the state of Colorado, and all general laws now in force and not repealed by said general assembly, together with the declaration of independence; the constitution of the United States and amendments thereto; the enabling act, and the constitution of Colorado, including the ordinances of the constitutional convention, and the proclamation of the president of the United States, August 1, 1876, declaring the admission of the state; and I further certify that I have carefully compared the printed rolume of said laws with the original copy thereof, and that the same is correctly printed.

In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name, and

affixed the great seal of the state of Colorado, at Denver, in said state, · SEAL this fifteenth day of June, A. D. 1877.

WM. M. CLARK,

Secretary of State.

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