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Por drawing all process and returns, admissions of guardians or next friends,
and all recognizances of bail, one shiliing and lix-pence for each iheet containing feventy-two words. All engrollments, including parchment, one shiling for each sheet; and
all copies upon paper, fix-pence for each sheet. Every term, a term fee of five shillings; but no more than three to be al
lowed in any cause. Drawing all pleadings, adjournments, suggestions and other necessary
entries, records, bonds to prosecute, and affidavits, one shilling and fixpence for each sheet containing seventy-two words; but no record, writ
, return, pleading, bond, covenant or other writing, to be in feried verbatim, or in hæc verba, thall be computed as any part of such
draft. Engrossing, including parchment, and computing all records, writs, re
turns, pleadings, bonds, covenants and other writings inserted therein, one Shilling for each fheet containing seventy-two words; and all
copies on paper, fix-pence for each sheet. Every necessary motion, five shillings; but no motion to be allowed upon
judgment by confession, by virtue of a warrant of attorney, when no
suit is brought either for entering the action or a rule to plead. Every attendance before the court of errors, in order to make a motion,
or to oppose a motion, five fhillings. Arguing every special motion, ten shillings. A fee on trial or inquest, twelve shillings. Arguing demurrei, special verdict, or in error, thirty shillings. Drawing a brief and a copy or copies thereof, nine shillings. Drawing up a judgment, fix shillings. Entering the judgment on the roll, three shillings. Every notice, copy and service on the opposite party, or his attorney,
two shillings. Copy and service of notice of trial on the judge or judges, two shillings. Making a note of the issue for the judges, to be served on the clerk, with
a copy of the notice of trial, and for copy and service, three shillings. Attendance on balloting or striking a jury, or both, five shilings. Attendance on examining a witneis out of court, two shillings. Attendance on taxing a bill of cost, two shillings. Serving a certified copy of a rule, or a copy of a declaration, with a cer
tified copy of a rule to plead, one shilling and fix-pence. Copy of a bill of costs to be taxed, delivered to the opposite party, or his
attorney, if before iflue joined, or judgment, three shillings; if after, fix shillings; and no more than one writ of execution shall be taxed in any case.
The Fees of the Clerk of the Supreme Court in Civil Caules.
docket, one shilling
LAW Ś OF NEW YORK, Twelfth Sellion. For filing a writ of error, habeas corpus or certiorari, with the return thereof,
one filling. Swearing each witness, fix-pence. Swearing a constable to attend a jury, fix-pence. Reading every writing given in evidence, one shilling. Filing every roll, one fhilling. Docketing a judgment, one shilling, Taking a verdict and entering the same in the minutes, one snilling and Engrolling every special verdict or demurrer to evidence, for each sheet
containing seventy-two words, including parchment, one (hilling. Entering a judgment, one shilling and fix-pence. Entering or filing a retraxit or discontinuance, one shilling. Drawing and engrossing exemplifications of records, for each sheet con
taining feventy-two words, including parchment, one snilling. Copies of records and pleadings, for each sheet containing seventy-two
words, nine-pence. Attending and striking a special jury, and delivering a copy of the panel
to each party, fix shillings. Copies of records to be returned upon writs of error, for each sheet cona
taining feventy-two words, including parchment, one shilling. Filing an affidavit, or other paper, on request, nine-pence. Entering satisfaction on record, one shilling and fix-pence. Searching the records in any one year, one shilling; and for every other
year in which such search is made, six-pence. Searching for a judgment, fix-pence for every terın in which such search
is made. Entering confession of lease, entry and ouster, one shilling and fis-pence. Reading and entering a poftea, two shillings. Swearing each witeis to a will, one Milling. Drawing the proof of wills and codicils, one Philling and six-pence for
each Theet containing seventy-two words. Recording a will or codicil
, and the proof as by law directed, one milling and fix-pence for each sheet containing one hundred and twenty-eight words; and for copies thereof, when required, one shilling for every
sheet containing one hundred and twenty-eight words. Examining and signing a note of a fine, one shilling. Examining and figning the indentures of a fine, three shillings. Making, entering and endorfing each proclamation of a fine, three Niil
lings. Attending and examining the enrollment of the several parts of a fine,
five shillings. Examining and figning, and affixing the seal to the exemplification of a
fine or recovery, five shillings. Fees of the Clerk of the Supreme Court in criminal Caulcs, not Catal, where
the Service is done at the Request of the Defendunt; but no fees to bra!lowed
in a olher Cafes.
Entering the discharge of a person upon bail, one Milling.
For Swearing a witness, fix-perce.
Refpiting a recognizance, fix-pence.
each sheet of seventy-two words, nine-pence.
of an order or rule of court, one fhilling. Taking and entering a verdict, when for the defendant, one fhilling and
fix pence. Taking and copying a special verdiet for each sheet containing seventy
two words, one thilling and fix-pence. Entering a judgment for the defendant, two shillings. Reading and entering the allowance of a pardon, or a warrant of nolo profequi, or ceffat proceflus, three shillings.
Fces of the Clerk of the Cireuit Courts.
Filing every nifi prius record, one shilling.
taining seventy-two words, including parchment, one shilling. And twenty shillings in each cause noticed for trial, and not countermanded in due time, in lieu of all travelling charges.
And in criminal causes, the clerk of the circuit courts shall be allowed the like fees as the clerk of the supreme court, and under the faine restrictions.
The Sheriff's Fees in the Supreme Court.
of abode, except where it is otherwise fized by law.
upon a writ of proclamation, or in a real action, one shilling.
pound; and for every pound more than one hundred pounds, threepence; the poundage on writs of fieri facias, and all other writs for levying monies, to be taken only for the sum levied. Vol. II.
For serving a writ of poffeffion or restitution, without the aid of the poffe
comitatus, ten shilings; and with the aid of the polle comitatus, thirty fhillings; and initage for every mile, from the place fixed by law fix
perce. Making and returning a book of freeholders for striking a jury, thirty
snillings. Every person committed to prison, three shillings. Discharging every person from prison, three shillings. Bringing upa prisoner, by habeas corpus, in civil causes, twelve shillings;
and mileage for every mile from the gaol, one shilling. Executing a writ of enquiry, fummoning the jury for that purpołe, and
feturning the inquifition, twelve hillings. Attending a view, fifteen shillings per day; and going and returning, ten
shillings per day. Attending with a prisoner before a judge, on his being surrendered by his
bail, and for receiving the prioner into custody, eight shillings. Summoning the jury to enquire of a forcible entry or detainer, twenty
shillings. Copy of every writ, when demanded, one shilling and fix-pence, Serving an attachment against the estate of an absconding or absent debtor,
so much as the judge who issued the warrant Mall certify to be rea
fonable. Provided, That no sheriff shall be allowed any fee for the service or execution of any writ or process, unless the same shall be returned, so as that the return thereof may be entered in the term in which the same shall be returnable (fees for executing a writ of poffeffion only excepted.)
The Cryer's Fies in the Supreme Court and Circuit Courts.
Ringing the bell, each action in court, one filling,
The Juror's Fies in the Supreme Court and Circuit Courts.
per day. Every juror from a foreign county coming to and attending at court, and
returning, six shillings per day. The Fees of the Judges
, of the Courts of Common Pleas and Mayor's Courts,
Fces to the firf Judge. For a licence to an attorney, eight shillings.
Fees to the Recorder in the several Mayor's Courts. For the first motion in every cause, fix shillings. Fees to be divided among the judges who are present when the Service is doute. For the first motion in every cause in the court of common pleas, three
For admitting a perfon to practice as an attorney, fifteen shillings.
Admitting a guardian on the act for the partition of lands, two shillings.
Fees to be puid to the Judge, Mayor or Recorder who does the Servicc. For adinitting an infant by guardian or next friend, one shilling and fix-pence,
Taking bail, two thillings.
release to be considered as one deed, three shillings.
ance of the act concerning absconding and ablent debtors, three shillings. Signing a judgment, one shilling, Taxing a bill of cost, two shillings; but no judgment shall be ligned, or
taxation of costs made by any assistant judge of any court. Fees of the Juftices of the Peace, where they are entilled to Fees, and such Fees
are not otherwise afceriained by Law. For a precept to summon a jury to enquire of a forcible entry or detainer,
one shilling and fix-pence.
The Attorney's Fees in the Court of Common Pleas, and Mayor's Courts. For a retaining fee, twenty Millings; but where several suits are brought upon
one obligation, note or bill of exchange, no more than one retaining
ment on a bond, by virtue of a warrant of attorney.
two words; and for a copy thereof, fix-pence for each fheeta