Celebrating 100 Years!: Proclamation makes Price an incorporated city
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION of the city of Price, state of Utah office of the secretary of state.
I Charles S. Tingey, secretary of state of the state of Utah, do hereby certify that there has been this day filed in my office certified copies of the papers filled in the office of the count clerk of Carbon county, together with record entries in office relating to the matter of the incorporation of the city of 'Price,' certified by the said county clerk as being true copies of all papers and record entries in sold matters in his office from which it appears that the provisions of Sections 169, 170 and 171, of the Compiled Laws of Utah 1907, relating to the incorporation of cities have been compiled with that a majority of the legal voters resising within the territory to be incorporated into a city at the legally called election voted in favor of incorporating said city, that the said city has been designed as a city of the third class.
Now therefore, in compilance with the requirements of Section 171 of the Compiled Laws of Utah 1907, notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern that all that territory described as follows, towit.
All that territory included within the limits of the boundaries of the present municipal incorporation now known as Price town in Carbon County, Utah, and described as follows
The Northeast Quarter of Section 21 Township 14 South, Range 10 East Salt Lake meridian, the Northwest Quarter of Section 21 Township 14 South, Range 10 East, Salt Lake meridian. The South Half of the South Half of Section 16, Township 11 South, Range 10 East, Salt Lake meridian, containing 600 acres, more or less, has been incorporated into a city under the name of 'Price' and designed as a city of the third class.
In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed the great seal of the state of Utah, this 3rd day of March 1911
C. S. Tingy Secretary of State