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he Mothers' Congress held at Salt Lake City......April, 1900 A terrific explosion in the mines at Scofield, Utah, does much damage to life and property......May 1, 1900 Monument to the pioneers of Utah unveiled......July 25, 1900 Salt Lake City library receives $100,000 for grounds and building from John Q. Packard......1900 The legislature passes an anti-compulsory vaccination bill over the governor's veto......Feb. 21, 1901 George Q. Cannon, first counsellor to President Lorenzo Snow, and prominent in the history of the State, dies......April 12, 1901 Memorial services are held at Salt Lake City in honor of President McKinley......Sept. 19, 1901 President Lorenzo Snow, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, dies......Oct. 10, 1901 The first presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is reorganized, with Joseph F. Smith as president, and John R. Winder, first, and Anthon H. Lund, second counsellor......Oct. 17, 1901 Vermont