D&C 101 was in the 1835 and 1844 versions of the D&C... and then was removed. You can't find it referenced on LDS.org, so it's almost as if it was *gasp* removed entirely so that it wouldn't conflict so drastically with modern day D&C 132. Here's what it says:
You can get married to a non-believer, you'll just be marked as "weak". When you get married it should be public and done according to local laws. Your officiant needs to wing it, no writing a ceremony beforehand! Pledge to be monogamous to your hetero spouse. Monogamy is the only option, heterosexuality is the only sexuality, public is the only type of ceremony to be done.
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