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An Act in relation to Crimes and Punishment, Ch. XXII, Title III, Sec. 48, in Acts, Resolutions and Memorials Passed at the Several Annual Sessions of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah 54 (Henry McEwan 1866).

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“Sec. 48. If such offender, at the time of committing such burglary, is armed with a dangerous weapon, or so arm himself after having entered such dwelling house, or actually assault any person being lawfully therein; or have any confeder-ates present aiding and abetting in such burglary, he shall be punished by impris- onment for life, or any term of years.”