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49th section of this act to be read after roll-call.

258 N NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS,

14" Appointed by company officers.

18 Staff to receive warrants,

17 O OFFICERS, continue as at present arranged.

8 To give assurance of fidelity. Oath to be taken.

21 To meet for improvement.

23 Fined for non-attendance.

24 Officers commanding who neglect or refuse to give orders, &c. to be cashiered,

250 And fined,

251 By general court-martial.

252 Non-commissioned for refusal to serve or obey orders to be fined by regimental court-martial.

253 Company officers to be cashiered or fined not making list, &c. by general court-martial.

254

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QUARTERMASTERS, how appointed.

9, 14 Furnish rations and ammunition for detachment.

229 To be paid by warrant on treasurer.

230 QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL. Rank of brigadier-general. 9 To provide colors.

135 Field blue, device and ornaments uniform.

136 Instruments of music.

137 To draw on the treasurer for payment.

138 Accounts to be laid before legislature.

139 R RANK determined by lot.

10 According to date of commissions.

15 To be drawn for by independent battalions.

35 REGIMENTS, how composed and officered. Staff.

14 How appointed.

16 Commandant to call meeting of officers,

22 For improvement in military exercise.

23 Advertise place of rendezvous.

33 RETURNS, accurate, to be made by commanding officers of

companies, battalions, regiments, brigades, and divi

sions, to their next superior officer, Once a year, in three months after training,

42

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S SERJEANT, to command company,

177 Until officers are elected.

178 To appoint three enrolled persons to constitute a company court.

179 STAFF, General.

9 Regimental.

14 Non-commissioned staff to receive warrants.

17 STEUBEN's Discipline

263 Enjoined on all officers.

264 SUBSTITUTES allowed if approved by the captain.

220 T TRAININGS of the different corps.

25 to 43 Trainings to be as designated by law.

36 On the march to attend shall pay but one third toll or ferriage.

180 TREASURER OF THE STATE, to keep separate accounts of all monies paid under this act, and to prosecute.

194 To constitute a military fund.

276 To exhibit his account thereof to the legislature. 276 To pay for rations and ammunition.

230 For trial of general and staff officers.

267 For colors and instruments of music.

137 For cavalry horses killed or taken by the enemy.

227 Brigade paymaster to pay forward monies to treasurer.

114 To receive balance of monies certified by brigade board. 133 To receive returns from the brigade paymaster,

101 And the balance directed to be paid.

102 UNIFORM conformably to general orders.

168 Officers to appear in full uniform,

169 And with sword or hanger or fined.

170 UNIFORM Corps, exempted after ten years service from

common duty. How enrolled.

174 Certificate thereof.

175 After appearing i uniform.

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INDEX

TO THE

COMPILATION OF THE PUBLIC LAWS

OF THE

STATE OF NEW-JERSEY,

From November 11, 1800, to February 23, 1811.

: 74

A
Actions of Debt, all suits on bond, notes of hand,

book account, or any other demand, founded
on simple contract, for the payment of money

only, shall be in the name and style of.
Administration, letters of-see Surrogates.
Aliens, authorized to purchase and to hold real
estate.

172
To declare intention to become a citizen accord-

ing to existing laws of the United States. "ib.
Attorney-General, to prosecute for recovery of

fine and costs, where offenders in the state-
prison shall have any estate.

122
Attornies, not to practice in the courts of which
they are clerks, and penalties.

120
Liable to be sued in justice's court.

68
B
Bail, affidavit by person present at the taking not
required:

192
Recognizance of, before justice on warrant. 54
Bond to be taken by constable, and form. 76

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B
Bank- Stock, taxed one half of one per cent. 221

Treasurer to prosecute delinquent company. 222
Execution from one of the justices of the su-
preme court to the sheriff.

ib.
Paper, not to be made but by permit from the
governor under penalty of 82000.

28
Beef and Pork, repacking of, regulated for expor-
tation.

88
Inspectors, how commissioned.

89
Oath to be taken and filed.

ib.
Stores to be provided.

ib.
Barrels, how made.

90
Beef, to be assorted into mess, prime, & cargo. ib.
How packed and branded.

ib.
Pork, how assorted and branded.

ib.
Mess, prime, and cargo.

91
Barrels to be inspected and branded.

92
Branding irons to be secured.

93
When shall be pickled.

ib.
Compensation to inspector and packer.

ib.
Casks not to be used second time.

94
Penalty for neglect or delay,

ib.
Shifting or mixing, branded without authority. ib.
Penalties, half to prosecutor and one half to the
overseers of the
poor.

95
Bergen, charter of incorporation amended and
confirmed.

165
Freeholders to choose seven trustees.

168
Present trustees and property vested in. 169
Burlington courts established.

7
C
Caveat against probate of will, &c.See surrogate.
Certiorari limited to 18 months.

235
Chester and Evesham, boundaries altered.

8
Clerks in chancery and supreme court to give bond
with sureties,

114

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