Extracted from Biennial Report of the Attorney General to the Governor of the State of Utah for the Period Ending November 30th, 1912. A. R. Barnes, Attorney General.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Alexandre, Allen, Archer, Atwater, Avery, Aymar, Balderston, Baldwin, Barnard, Barnes, Barr, Beers, Beetle, Benn, Bertrand, Bischoffscheim, Bishop, Blauvelt, Bloodgood, Bogert, Boyd, Branagan, Breeden, Britton, Buckle, Bulkley, Bull, Burke, Buzell, Carmichael, Carr, Chaffraix, Chapin, Chase, Clark, Cleaves, Clinton, Cook, Costello, Curtis, Cutting, Demuth, Dexter, Donaldson, Doscher, Downey, Dunville, Eidlitz, Emerson, Evans, Farnsworth, Faulkner, Fensley, Foster, Fuller, Gilbert, Gilmour, Gray, Greenough, Grene, Griswold, Hamlin, Harahan, Harbeck, Harriman, Harris, Hart, Hatch, Head, Hendricks, Herrman, Hicks, Higgins, Hills, Hoffman, Hooker, Hotchkiss, Howard, Howe, Hoyt, Hubbell, Hunnewell, Huntington, Ingram, Jacquelin, Jeffery, Johnson, Jones, Judd, Kasson, Keep, Kemble, Kendal-Bush, Kerr, Kimberely, King, Kingsland, Lane, Lapeyre, Lawrence, Lawson, Lee, Leonard, Leverich, Lippitt, Livingston, Lockwood, Lyman, MacKay, Maitland, Manuelle, Martin, Mathews, McIntosh, McLean, Meighen, Milbank, Moore, Morgan, Morrill, Morse, Myers, Nealley, Newell, Northcote, Ostby, Oxley, Paddack, Palmer, Parker, Penfold, Perkins, Pope, Powers, Pulitzer, Ramsay, Reynard, Rieman, Rumsey, Schell, Schwab, Sears, Simmons, Slater, Sloan, Smith, Stanley, Steel, Stewart, Strong, Sturgis, Talcott, Taylor, Thorndike, Torrance, Van Bergen, Vanderbilt, Von Andre, Von Zedtwitz, Ward, Warner, Washburn, Webster, Weidman, Welch, Welles, Wellington, Welspiel, Weston, Wheelright, White, Whitney, Whiton, Willard, Woods, Wright, Wynn, Yorke, Zabriskie, Zellhoefer.
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