For the Constitution. Yes. No.
As a heading to each of said ballots there shall be printed on each ballot the following
Instructions to Voters:
All persons desiring to vote for the Constitution must erase the word "No."
All persons desiring to vote against the Constitution must erase the word "Yes."
Sec. 15. [Election of officers not provided for herein.] The Legislature, at its first session, shall provide for the election of all officers, whose election is not provided for elsewhere in this Constitution, and fix the time for the commencement and duration of their terms.
Sec. 16. [When Constitution in force.] The provisions of this Constitution shall be in force from the day on which the President of the United States shall issue his proclamation, declaring the State of Utah admitted into the Union; and the terms of all officers elected at the first election under the provisions of this Constitution, shall commence on the first Monday, next succeeding the issue of said proclamation. Their terms of office shall expire when their successors are elected and qualified under this Constitution.
Done in Convention at Salt Lake City, in the Territory of Utah, this eighth day of May, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five, and of the Independence of the
United States the one hundred and nineteenth.
JOHN HENRY SMITH, President.
PARLEY P. CHRISTENSEN, Secretary.
Louis Bernhardt Adams
Rufus Albern Allen
Andrew Smith Anderson
John Richard Barnes
John Rutledge Bowdle
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