Hopkins, John C. - Report of Pardons
HOPKINS, SETZER, MIELER, COMMON, DWIRE, MURPHY
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Date: 8/5/2017 at 15:48:04
Report by the Governor of Iowa of Pardons, Suspensions and Commutations.
Report of Pardons
JOHN C. HOPKINS. May 19, 1892. Woodbury county. Suspended during obedience of prohibitory laws of the State, fine of $500 imposed at November term, 1890, for violating an injunction. Suspension was granted upon the recommendation of the county attorney and most of the other officers and many citizens of Woodbury county, including the senator and representatives of the general assembly, and because it was represented that the act for which said fine was imposed was the sale of liquor in original packaged during what is known as the "originial package season," under advise of counsel and with the honest belief that such sales were not violations of the injunction.
John Setzer. May 19, 1892. Woodbury county.
Henry Mieler. May 19 1892. Woodbury county.
George J. Common. May 19, 1892. Woodbury county.
D. Dwire. May 19, 1892. Woodbury county.
ED. Murphy. May 19, 1892. Woodbury county.
In the cases judgment was entered at the same term, for the same amount and for the same offense as in the Hopkins case, and suspensions were issued upon the same conditions, the same recommendations and for the same reason as in the case.
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