ACTS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO, TWENTY-EIGHTH SESSION.....

Santa Fe, N. M. New Mexican Printing Company, 1889. First edition. 8vo. xv, 408 pp. Among the acts passed this session: a bill to prevent women from entering saloons for drinking or other reasons; protection and propagation of fish; an act preventing adulterated food or drugs being sold in the state; and an act to suppress Indian depredations. With the ownership signature of Hugo Seaberg on the upper board and his name label at the base of the spine; Seaberg (1869-1945), a Swedish immigrant, settled in New Mexico in 1888, began the study of law the following year, was admitted to the bar, and became an investor in railroad land scrip, hotel development, and other enterprises. OCLC locates five copies (Arizona, Denver Public, Villanova Law, Michigan Law, Huntington), but many more appear as part of serial cataloguing. Very good copy. Original tan law sheep (rubbed, corners bumped), leather spine labels. (#8331). Item #60689

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