An act concerning roads and highways

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Public Roads – March 2001 – Colorado Central Magazine

AN ACT CONCERNING ROADS AND HIGHWAYS

Approved March 9, 1883

2953. SECTION 1. All roads and highways, except private roads heretofore established in pursuance of any law of this State or the Territory of Colorado, and roads dedicated to public use, that have not been vacated or abandoned, and such other roads as are now recognized and maintained by the corporate authorities of any county in this State, are hereby declared to be public highways.

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Territorial Road Law in Colorado

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Public Roads – March 2001 – Colorado Central Magazine

TERRITORIAL ROAD LAW IN COLORADO

Approved August 16, 1862 by the Territorial Assembly

SECTION 1. The most usually travelled roads between the following named places are hereby declared to be territorial roads, to wit:

From Denver City to Pueblo, by way of Mrs. Coberlin’s ranch and Colorado City.

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RS-2477: Old roads and new controversies

Article by Ed Quillen

Public Roads – March 2001 – Colorado Central Magazine

WHILE OTHER AMERICANS may be debating the merits and morality of RU-486, the hot issue in our part of the world is more likely to be RS-2477.

It’s not a pill like RU-486, nor is it an electronic standard like RS-232. It’s a federal law that was adopted in 1866 and repealed in 1976, and its name is happenstance. The “RS” stands for “Revised Statutes,” and it happened to be statute number 2,477 when that book was published.

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