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Poor Children, to be bound out by president of
the trustees of poor houses.

46
And by director of board of chosen freeholders. 47
Pork-See Beef and Pork.

88
President and Vice-President of the United States

to be voted for in distinct ballots and dis-
tinct lists to be transmitted.

110
No person ineligible for president shall be eligi-
ble as vice-president.

111
Proprietary Rights---On application of execu-
tors, to orphans court, may be sold.

3
R
Real Estate See land, contract.
Reports, foreign, since 4th July, 1776, nor digest
or treatise to be read in court.

82
Counsel or attorney offending to be suspended
from practice one year.

ib.
Law, publication of by a reporter to be appoint-
ed.

170
His duties--reports to be printed-justices of

the supreme court to furnish their opinions
in writing, &c. &c.-compensation to the
reporter.

171
Roads or Highways-Width of every public road
or highway and mode of laying out.

238
Ten or more freeholders to make application in

writing to court of common pleas-to adver-

tise in three places and make proof thereof. ib.
Court to appoint six surveyors, and time and
place of meeting

239
Copy of such application to be served by ap-

plicants on the surveyors, at least six days
prior to time of meeting, and set up at least
twelve days in three of the most public
places, designating the road to be laid out,
vacated or altered.

26.

When part in one county and part in another,

application to be made to the supreme court
who shall appoint three surveyors in each of
the counties, and the time and place of meet-
ing.

ib.
Mode of obtaining private roads.

240
Duties of surveyors and of the clerk.

241
Remedy when aggrieved-entering caveat, &c. 242
Six chosen freeholders to review the road and

certify to the court, which shall be binding,

and not subject to an appeal or certiorari. 243
Four surveyors or freeholders form a quorum,

liable to penalty of $16 for refusal or neglect. 244
Bye-roads how opened.

245
Expenses to be borne by applicants.

ib.
Fees of courts, surveyors, freeholders & clerks. 246
Mode of prosecuting overseers of the roads for
neglect of duty, and fine.

83
If no money in the collector's hands, excused. 84
Where maintained by labor, record of those lia-

ble, and amount of labor, to be laid before
town-committee.

137
Compensation to overseers of the roads and $10
fine for neglect of duty.

138
Mile stones or posts, to be placed at the inter-
section of public roads.

2b.
The great road from Perth-Amboy. to Salem
subject to be vacated and altered.

218

S
Scire Facias, writ of, or copy to be served on de-
fendant or published four weeks.

219
Secretary of State and Register of Wills, &c. to

file all laws--to certify transcripts which shall
be received as evidence.

202
To record the names of the testators of all wills

which he may receive, and of all intestates
inventories, of whose estates he may receive. 203

To receive quarterly returns from surrogates,

and lay the same before the legislature. 99
To commence suits in the name of the state. 183
Sheep, for the preservation of-See Dogs.
Sheriff-to receive of the keeper of the state-

prison, costs of prosecution, as may be pay-
able to the court, clerk, cryer, sheriff, jurors
and witnesses, and pay same to clerk of the
county for the several persons entitled there-
to.

124 Slaves convicted of certain crimes, may be transported.

23 Owner to give bond for sending away, and

pay all expenses.

24 Manumission of-signature of the overseer of the

poor and two justices acknowledged and proven.

141 To be recorded, and transcript to be evidence. 142 Fces thereon--and $50 penalty on neglect or

refusal of clerk. Slavery, the gradual abolition of.

103 After 4th July, 1804, every child born of a

slave to be free-males at 25, females at 21. ib. Certificate of birth and name to be recorded by county clerk.

104 Such children may be abandoned and esteemed

paupers. In what manner and how to be maintained and

disposed of by the overseers of the poor. 105 Repealed as to abandonment.

106 Owners of the parents, may elect to keep the children or not.

107 Those unbound to be advertised by overseers, who are subject to $30 penalty for neglect

108 No money to be drawn from the treasurer for

maintenance and support of black children
after the first Monday in May, 1811. 109

143

ib.

of duty

State of New Jersey-Eastern boundary of, to be
settled by commissioners.

175
Amicable settlement failed.

177
Eastern boundary declared to be middle of the
waters adjoining Bergen.

ib.
Duty of magistrates and appropriation of money

to prosecute or defend rights of N. Jersey. 178
Suits to be brought in the name of.

183
Prison Inspectors, of, to be chosen first sitting
of the legislature.

95
May liberate prisoners, who have labored indus-

triously far as health and circumstances would
permit, and not sufficient to pay.

121
See Inspectors of
Keeper of, not to receive commissions on arti-
cles manufactured and sold.

124
To

pay the costs to sheriff, to discharge fees of
jurors, &c.

ib.
Settlement of accounts on 15th Oct. annually. 223
Prisoners in, not to be discharged until expenses
paid.

25
May be put in irons by order of the inspectors. ib.
Their property liable for fine and costs. 122
Proceeded against by the attorney-general and
sold.

123
Steam-Boats-In case of seizure under any law

of New-York, person injured may seize any
boat worked by steam belonging to the citi-
zens of the state of New-York.

224
Surrogates Seals of uniform device.

96
To provide books, and record all wills, letters
testamentary, administrations, guardianships
and inventories.

ib.
To issue same, and form.

97
To file administration bonds.

ib.
Orphans court to perform certain duties here-
tofore done by the ordinary.

98

Cavcats as heretofore-appeals to prerogative
court.

ib.
Letters of guardianship form.

ib.
To make quarterly returns to the register to be
laid before the legislature.

99
To give bond, form of oath.

ib.
Form of bond, and fees of surrogate.

100
To remove records, where fire-proof office shall
be erected.

140
Penalty for neglect or refusal to remove to. ib.
Surveyors of Highways—See roads.

T
Taverns and Inns— Twelve freeholders to certify
character of applicant.

20
See Minors at colleges, &c.

184
Townships erected with same powers as former

established townships, viz.
Chatham,

147
Howell,

17
Jefferson,

101
Millville,

21
New-Providence,

213
Orange,

173
Randolph,

145
Rahway,

112
Union,

199
Warren,

148
Washington,

85
Town-Meetings of Montague, Sandiston, & Wal-

pack, to be held on 2d Monday in March. 144
Treasurer to commence suits in the name of the
state.

183
To close accounts of, on 15th Oct. ready for

examination on 4th Tuesday in Oct. annually. 223
Trenton city, officers may commit to new gaol in

197
To be taken and used as a work-house.

ib.

said city.

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