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HKy PAQB TWO. THK KA8TKRN UTAH ADVOCATE. THUHaPAY, JAN. 28, 1813. ,
I LIQUOR CASE CONVICTIONS
I NOW HELD TO BE ILLEGAL
H District Judge Loofbourow Hands Down Decis-
H' ion That Is Far Reaching Convicted
IB May Recover Damages.
Bj WHAT COUItT HOLDS.
H That juotloo court havo no Jurla-
H diction to pass Judgment nnd lm-
HH pofto ponaltleo In canon brought un-
B dor tho 1911 ntntn liquor law.
HB Justice of tli ii ponce In such II-
HJ quor canon am act only as com
H. milling magistrate a In felony
n That violation of tho liquor law
HIJ aro Indlclablo mlvlomoanors and as
Hn xuch must bo tried In the district
H ' Thnt onl) the dlstrlot court linn ,
HH , original Jurisdiction of jkumIxk Jtiilg-J
B9K mont nnd Imposition of penalty In
HBj uch etuton.
HH. I IHTKOTH OP DKCIHIO.V. '
HK All Juntloo court conviction tin I
K lor liquor law slnco It boonmo of-
BH ftcllro anAbrnndcd Illegal and volt)
BH I'cmonn so convicted nnd penal-
BBI lied linvo tho legnl rglhl of notion
BH i against tha Justice courts no penal-
BfD Islng th cm for recovory of flnon or
BflV damage for imprisonment
RJB lloreafotcr nil prosecutions for
BSI vlolstlon of tho liquor law inunt bo
B i carrUul through the Justice court
BJH m committing courtn on,d finally
BEX trlod In tho dUtrlct courts If tho do-
BIB , fondant nro not dlsmlnscd for lack
DBS J of ovldoneo by tho lower court.
BjB Vroccduro In prosecution of of-
BBH .fondorn ngnlmt tho 1011 liquor law
BBFj) Is completely rovolutlonltod through
HflSf out tho Ato by a decklon hnndod
Bflpt down by Judgo K. C. loofbourow of
BSl tho criminal division of tho Third
Hff Dlntrlcl court. Tho court holds
BSfll that no Justice of the poaco has Ml-
vSf i thorlty to pana Judgment or Impose
BSjit penally In any cose brought undor
fflbl u'0 now liquor law, and thnt tho
BSlR Jurisdiction of tho Justlcn U only
BflRw that of a committing magistrate In
HHlw nach canon,
BSVjl It l hold that a Justice, us In
aVHl? any felony caso, can glva tha no-
BJ4 cuiux under tho liquor law a pre-
BBa llmlnnry examination and, if ho
BBS V .!" thoro la cause, may bind him
BJVj orer to 'tho dUtrtct court. But It
BBBjEr 'fai hold" that thn Justlco ottinot glvo
BBEfi tho accused regular trial.
BBHB Judco loofbourow hold thnt only
Ifln tho dUtrlct court ha tho right of
BBBJf actual trial, panatlng of Judgment
BBJ W and Imponltlon of penalty for viola-
BB m tlon of any section of tho liquor law
BY m known as chapter 100 of tho aooaton
B B lawn of 1011.
BB Jl UinuplHely UfwU rnKMiluro.
m Tho effect of this fi-r reaching
BmJB B dicUlon, It U elnlmed, Is not only
BBB D completely to uiwwt tlie proeeduro
BBjJN In liquor ciuion, hut to declare that
Bnj! every conviction In overy Justice
BHhh court In the slate of Utah for vlo-
BBmJj latlon of thn new liquor law Is
BBWljj Illegal nnd void
aaKij While tho court'n decision Is nn-
Bftlj piled directly to only two enMvt i.t
BBmN' bar on nppoal from n Justice court
BMji of Bait l.ako county, thn ruling holda
BBBj In nil otlior case undor the law
BjVf and, according to legal authorities,
KH ovtry mnn In th etnte who hns Imd
BK convlctton under the liquor law
Bay. J paesvl upon him by n Justice court
Bfi and has twon olther fined or lm-
Bill prlsonwl Itnn a legal right of action
BrBjU against the oonvtotlng court to ro-
HBvJR cover the flno iwild and damngoM for
BBJ2X Imprlsonmont If he una sent to
BBwaH TtioiiHuml Kuril tNimlrtloim,
BVAu As thoro hate boon pmlxibly more
BBnftj than n thouiuml Justice court liquor
Hf f convictions In the last year mid n
flBjfll hnlf, the wldwpriHUl Importnnre of
BJHJ j tho doclilon of Jmtgo loofbourow
BBA ' and tho endlcvu litigations and rom
BjI plications which may rosult nre
Bu pointixl out by nttorno). in H-ilt
BmiK Imo county alono, It Is ostlmnled, I
BPVuR there have been some four or fhel
RBVi hundred suvh cmvlatons, ami In nt !
HH) mortl every oiimo n fhie has boon lm I
BKkj portal or n prison eontenro ikihwsI i
HA1 Aeeordlng to the deeUlon if
Blt Jinl: loofbourow prosecutions S r
BBLl violation of the ltquor law must o
jKUl handled In tho same manner tn
Jflw which felony ecutoN nre handled nou I
Bn A complaint hwuml by the proor
BKu nuthorliles must bo flhsl with a Ju-
'jBSJ tIop of e pence, and he will gle
Bt tho aceuted n preliminary oxamlim-
jBni "IS KIOMACIl TltOtrilMW OVI'.lt.
BBl) Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not like
Bjr&Y to f(ol that )our stomach troubles
BffA wnn over, that you oould out any
Bh kind of food yon doslrod without
BBBj Injury? That may seem so unllko-
IBB to jou that you do not oven hope
Bfl lor an ending of )our trouble, but
BmBJ pormlt us to assuro you that It Is
BH not altogether Impossible. It others
BF can In) cured iormanontly, and
BM thousands havo been, why not you?
BjBJ John 11. Barker of Duttlo Creek,
BB Mich., la ono of them. Ho says:
BSBj "I was troubled with heartburn, In-
H9HK tL dlgeotlon aud llvor complaint until
PBi iHMk l ualJ Chamberlain's Stomach and
f IKtsflBVBwMt Llver Tnblot8' then my trouble was
BmBJBBBmB over," Sold by doslors.AdU.
tlon. It he finds cause to bcltcvo
tho person guilty nnd that n crlmo
has been committed ho will thon
bind tho accused over to tho dis
trict court for n regular trial Tho
defendant will then be entitled to
n Jury trial.
I)itIIiiii On Apponl t'liwi.
Tho deolnlon hnndod down by
Judgo loothourow wns In two up
IioaI onsen of tho stnto of Utah
lagaUist c. V. Ilrny. Tlie latter Fold
I boor In his restaurant, according to
idetpctUes, nnd was charged with
selling liquor without n lloetww, a
violation of one section of the new
.liquor Iaw Tho complaints ere
Issued by tlio county nttnrney tnd
fMwl before Justice Harris. The
I Justice tried both cost, found limy
'guilty and Impoeetl n fine of it huti
'lrd dollArn nnd thirty dn)t In Jnll
f r (Mich offense. Ilnty nppsoletl
both onsen to tho district court nnd
attacked tho Judgment of the lower
court on tho ground that the Justice
The coses woro submitted to
Judgo loofbourow on briefs nnd
whlto ho holds that tho Justice
court hod Jurisdiction of tho offense
ho flndti that tho penalty proscribed
by law li beyond tho Jurisdiction of
ft Jusllco court as fixed by the con
stitution, hence thn court tins no
authority or right to try eases mi
ner the liquor law and pom Judg
ment and Imposo penalty. Tlie court
quashes Judgment and pennlty in
both CAsen nnd remands them to tho
Justice court wti instructions to
tho Jusllco (o proceed In nccordanco
with thn law to hold n preliminary
examination and olthor discharge do
fondant for lack of ovldcnco or bind
him over to tho district court for
The finding of Judgo loofbourow
Is txised upon tho fact that tho now
liquor law makes violation of its
provisions an Indictable misdemean
or nnd provide tor ponnltlon run
ning In somo case from a hundrod
to a thousand dollar and In other
from n thousand to five thousand
dollar Intoddltlon to tonns pf lm
prlMnnion. Omnty Attonio) In l.tne.
The county attorney nt Halt I.nke
City ha decided tn conduct nil fu
ture liquor cases nftor tho manner
described In tho decision of Judgo
loofbourow. Kvery person charged
with vlolntlon of tho liquor law will
be arraigned horoaftor boforo a Jus
tice of tho pence, and If the evi
dence I sufficient, will be commit
ted to the district court for trial
No more trials will bo held nor sen
tenrer pronounced by the lower
At least this procedure will bo
followed .until the supremo court
ha pnosed on tho doclston of Judgo
loofbourow. Stops to. bring the Is
sun beforo tho supremo court prob
ably will bo taken within tho next
Another feature of tho now pro
cedure will bo that nil search and
soliuro warrant Wwued In the fu
ture will bo from tho district court
and will bo roturnabto to tho same
THi: IOOK1IOUHOW MQUOlt
DKCIHIOK NOW IlKVKiLSKI)
l'ilOVO, Jan. 20. In tho Fourth
District court todny, Judge Morgan
rotornod Judgo loofbourow' deci
sion In tho liquor case. Tho ruling
by Judgo Morgan was on two case
brought up from tho Justice's laurt
on appeal. Ono Is n case of Illegal
snlo of liquor and tho oilier that of
maintaining n nu bunco under tho
liquor law. Tho dCfondnnlJr inovod
to dlsmlfrt tho complaint ngnlnst n
mnn named Vincent nnd ltobert
Johnson. Nlcholen, however, hns
boon acquitted In tho sale case
These canoe enmo up from Colion
Attorney Hobcrt Anderson, for
tho defendant, motcd to dismiss
the complaint on tho grounds that
tho Justice of tho pooco did not
have Jurisdiction. Tho motion wns
opposed by District Attornoy McDon
ald, County Attorney llngley nnd
Former County Attornoy l-Svntvi,
who nrgucd thnt undor Section CC
of the liquor law, tho Justices' court
had Jurisdiction of nnturnl person
In liquor cases. After the argil
racnU, Judgo Morgan denied tho
HntWtacUir 1'i-igrcM llclnit Made
On IMour Mnn Over HuiiimU.
"Work on tho dotour that U to
rcduco tho grado ovor Soldier Bum
tn It Is progressing rapidly," said K.
I. Drown, vlco president of tho Den
ver nnd Itlo flrandn, nt Halt iko
City lost Friday. "Tho Utah Con
struction company ha lx big steam
shovels nt work thoro and ten more .
on tho ground thnt will bo working i
a noon an thoy can bo put In place '
on tho sldo of tho mountain. . Last '
week they averaged .Xousnndrcl
nnd eighty-eight men omiAjtdya
day. Of course, this is a bis P&rl.
but It Is only a part of tho work
that U going on nil along tho lino."
II row n spent Friday in conference
with A. II. Apportion, gonernl super
intendent of tho Ulnh line of the
company, and left Saturday for his
headqunrteni In Denver, Colo., In
specting tho now work along tho
lino on tho way.
CIIKONIU CONSTIPATION CUIUMI. '
"Flvo year ago I had the worst '
cue of chronic constipation I ovor
knew of nnd Chnmberlaln'i Stom--h
nnd Mver Tablots cured mo,"
writes 8. F. Fish, Ilrooklyn, Mich.
For snlo by nil denlors Adtt
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log iippoHriiwo with tho Ilngllsh hall
timber treatment The half IIiiiIht
for the eMerl'ir iiru heron Inches wide
and are iimde of Wiishliigton fir, with
the pMuels of white rough innt cement
Thwe sre four liedrooms, Ixldtw a
luitli In tle-t HUiTi There Is ti plsun
ten feet wide living room with built
lu nrehui end large illiilug room
rirst storj nine feet sir Inches. The
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two fcot deep, exclusive of the projec
tion Cost to build, exclusive of heat
ing and plumbing. $7,000
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