Letter read from Mr. P[urley]. A. Baker, president of the Anti-Saloon League of America, to Bro[ther]. Grant, suggesting that Bro[ther]. Grant take charge of the work of the League in Utah. Bro[ther]. Grant said he submitted this letter to the council for consideration of this question.
It was the sense of the Council that it would be an unwise thing for Bro[ther]. Grant to head the temperance cause locally, that it would be better for him to suggest some other person to do this in Utah, and he himself be free to co-operate with such a representative.
[First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve minutes]