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pleas in, not allowed without affidavit, 67 ?
plea in, overroied, plaintiff shall recover costs, 68
not caused by death of party, 70, 1
not caused by death of defendaot in attachment, 136
not caused by non joinder of partners, 68
of votes for governor, how and to whom forwarded, 49
when to be opened, 18, 49
of votes for other officers, how and to whom forwarded, 50, 1
of lists of taxable property, how and when to be made, 277
how punished, 142
before the fact in capital cases, not to have the benefit of babeas corpus
books of, may be proved by the oath of party, 129
of executors and administrators, how made and settled, 23€
to be continued ope term, 234
of guardians, to be settled biennially, 248
to be continued one term, 249
of deeds, before whom to be made, and how certified, 347
of powers of attorney, ib.
certain causes of, to survive, 70 to 72
unnecessary, may be consolidated, 73
criminal, limitation of, 154. 163
civil, limitation of, 214
before justices, may be entered without process, 176
against executors &c., barred by settlement, 240
against drawers or indorsers of protested bills of excbange, may be joint
or several, 452
by banks and bankers against drawers and endorsees of notes, may be joint,
by whom and to whom granted, 229
temporary, may be granted, 231
may be granted when person dies out of this State, 241
with tbe will aonexed, when to be granted, 231. 234. 246
who may be, and how appointed, 229
may be appointed ai special session, 241
with the will aonexed, may seli land devised to be sold, 245
to pay balance op settlement to widow and heirs, 233
ADMINISTRATOR AND EXECUTOR,
to take an oath and give bond, 231
to have goods appraised and return inventory, 230
to give notice to creditors by advertisement, ib.
to sell pei soual property at public vendue, 232
to returo inventory of sales, ib.
when to settle with court, 230
odice f, not to expire on settlement, 231 -
shall present account correot add vouebers to court, 232
accounts of, to be continued one term, 234
may be referred to special commissioner, ib.
may resign, 234
may be removed, ib.
security of, may complain, 238
may be required to indtinuity their sureties, ib.
wben removed, may be sued by new, ib.
may be compelled to settle by citauon and attachment, 233
pot liable beyond the amount of assets, 235
may be ordered to sell lards, 236, 246
duties of, in relation to the sale of lands, 237 to 239
when shall be liable to pay costs, 237
may sell equitable interest in lands, 239
may be required to give additional security, ib.
to inake deeds to purchasers, ib.
may hle abstracts of payments to widow and heirs, 233
appeinted in auother State, may sell land in this, 240
may sue in this, 241
shall receive legal claims till settlement, 240
after settlement not liable to suit on claims not presepied before, t.
manner of going on the bonds of, 267
compensation of, 232
may he made parties to suits pending, 70, 1
may be made parties to judgments by scire facias, 71. 74.
may appeal without bond, 78. 242 .
living in a state of, how punished, 149
bars dower, 250
divorce may be granted for, 431
to children, when to be accounted for, 243, 254
defacing or destroying of, how punjehed, 162
sees of others for setting up or publishing, 224
to hold to bail, to be taken as true, 63
of justification by special bail, what to set forth, 62
plea in abatement to be verified by, 67
petition for injunction to be verified by, 87
for opening a decree, what to contain, 91
of fraud, &c., required to set aside award, 177
for a State warrant, form of, 199
to be filed with precipe for writ of replevin, 128
when plea of general issue should be verified by, 122
of merits, when required in chancery, 85
how punished, 147
justices may fine for, on plea of guilty, 195
of foreign insurance companies, to obtain license, 302
to give bood, 303
to pay six per cent. on profits of premiums, ib:
AGREEMENT, (see Contracts.)
punished as principals, 142 .
how to become citizens of the U, S, 29 to 36
within what time to appear and claim inheritance, 253
may transmit inberitances, 254
may hold lands in this State, 463
may be granted by supreme court, 432
of process and pleadings allowed at any time before error brought, 77
allowed in chancery upon equitable terms, 86
ANSWER IN CHANCERY,--(continued)
may bring new parties before the court, 85
of coinpiainant to interrogatories, shall be evidence, ib.
may be received on affidavit of merits after plea, &c.over-ruled, 85
first insufficient, when second shall be filed, ib.
second insufficient, double costs to be taxed and decree pro copfeeso, ib,
to croag bill, not to be put in till first bill is answered, 86
to be taken as true, when cause is heard on bill and answer, only, ib.
allowed from C. P. to supreme court of course, 78
notice of to be entered in term, ib.
bond for, when and how to be taken, ib.
lien of judgment or decree not removed by, 79, 900
may be taken by administrators, &c. without bond, 78, 242
costs how taxed, in supreme court, 79
to be tried on pleadings made up in C.P., ib.
when allowed from judgment of nonsuit, 75
allowed from final decrees of C. P. io chancery, 90
from judgments of justices of the peace, 177. 205. 208. 392, 490.
on trial of rigbt of property in attachment. 133. 206
got allowed from judgment ci justice on award, unless, &c. 177
recognizance for, wben and how to be taken by justice, ib.
appellant failing to file transcript, appellee may, 178 .
both parties failiog, justice may issue execution, ib.
proceedings on, in common pleas, ib.
when quashed. bow to proceed, 179
allowed in contests about wills, 246
from inquests of idiocy, 328
from the decisions of county commissioners, 269,356, 364
in certain elections contested, 53
from the decisions of township trustees relative to township roads,
APPEARANCE BAIL, (see Bail Bond)
defendant may repder himself in discharge of. 63
may be taken by justices of the peace, 174
of jurors, to be made by clerk of C. P., 34
of school funds, by county auditor, 421
of lande under execution, how made, 104
may be set aside, 107
neve may be ordered. ib.
of property attached, how made. 131. 203
of goods and chattels of deceased perseos. 930
of real estate sold by executor or administrator, 238
of strays, how made, 471
of ministerial lands, how made, 493
of lands held in trust for banks, 458
lands may be sold for debis due the State without, 104
the property of certain officers may be sold under execution without
of land under execution to be sworn, 104
shall not be purchasers, 105
their fees, 108
may be tined for neglect of duty, ib..
of goods and chattels of deceased persons, ti es of, 225
their duty, 2.30
o! real estate gold by administrators, &c, their duty and compensation, 238
of ministerial linds, their compensation, 194
of strays, iteir tees, 477
APPRENTICES AND SERVANTS,
how and by whom bound, 436
what inienture oust contain, ib.
usage ot, to ne inquued 19to by master and mistress, 437
proceelings in behalf of, against master, &c. ib.
proceedug. against iny muster, &c. 438
penalty for enticing away or concealing, ib.
belonging to the canal, maliciously breaking or throwing down, how puns
an ac regulating, 264
whai cojlroversies may be submitted to, ib.
bond wiat to specify, 265
causes before justices may be submitted to, 178
to be sworn, 176, 265
their fees, 177, 266
justice muy issue citation for, 176
to return award to justice, ib.
may a ijourn from time to time, 265
in court in bank, may be written or oral, 93
when oral shall be heard, ib.
not to be reporteu, unless directed by court, 94
for what causes may be challenged, 98
what persons privileged from, 341,2
not to be made on Sunday or 4th day of July, 342
insolvent debtors may be relieved from, and how, 330
to what extent, 336
how punished, 137
attempt to commit, how punished, 138
put and pearl, inspector of, how appointed, 477