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For serving execution, besides mileage, fifty cents;
For attending each trial in a criminal case, for each calendar dav, one dollar;
For serving each mittimus or order of release, besides mileage, thirty cents;
For all money collected on execution and paid over except costs, five per cent, which shall constitute part of the costs.
Constables' fees for serving an orig- i may be taxed up as costs: Du Boise v. inal notice of suit in a couri of record | Bubcock, 42-33.
Sec. 3806. The fees contemplated in the two preceding sec- In criminal tions, in criminal cases, shall be audited and paid out of the county 14 G. A. ch. 191. treasury in any case where the prosecution fails, or where such fees cannot be made froin the person liable to pay the same, the facts being certified by the justice and verified by affidavit.
There is no provision for the com- / the county any fees in criminal cases pensation of the mayor of a city ex- triel bybum: Upton 0. County of ercising the powers of a justice un- Clinton, 52-311. der $516, and he cannot recover from !
SEC. 3807. A constable or other officer who serves any war- officers seizrant for the seizure of intoxicating liquors shall be allowed:
ting liquors. For such service, one dollar;
R. & 1570. For the removal and custody of such liquor, his reasonable expenses;
For the destruction of such liquor under the order of the court, his reasonable expenses and one dollar;
For posting and leaving notices in such cases, one dollar.
Sec. 3808. The township trustees shall receive:
For each day's service of eight bours necessarily engaged in Township trusofficial business, to be paid out of the county treasury, to each es: 4156. trustee, two dollars;
51, 2 25 18. For each day engaged in assessing damages done by trespassing animals, one dollar per day each, to be paid as are other costs in such cases;
But when acting as fence viewers, or viewing or locating any ditch or drain, or in any other case where provision is made for their payment otherwise, they shall not be paid out of such treasury. When acting as fence viewers, or in locating any ditch or drain, Acting as
fence viewers, or in any other case where provision is not made for their pav- peace meat out of the county treasury, their fees shall be two dollars per day each, and in the first instance be paid by the party requiring their services, and they shall append to the report of their proceedings a statement thereof and therein shall direct who shall
shall be paid.
By whom fees pay said fees and in what sums respectively, and the party having
so advanced any such fees may have his action therefor against the party so awarded to pay the same, unless, within ten days after demand by the party entitled, the same shall be reimbursed to him.
[As amended by the addition of the last paragraph; 16th G. A. ch. 35.]
Sec. 3809. The township clerk shall receive: Township
For each day of eight hours necessarily engaged in official busiclerk.
011 ness, where no other compensation or inode of payment is proviR. 8 909, 911. 9 G. A. ch. 90. ded, to be paid from the county treasury, two dollars;
For all money coming into his hands by virtue of his office, aside from money received from his predecessor in office, five per cent.;
For filing each application for a drain or ditch, fifty cents;
For recording each person's mark or brand for animals, twentyfive cents;
For making out and certifying the papers in any appeal taken from an assessment by the trustees of damages done by trespassing animals, such additional compensation in such cases as the board of supervisors may deem reasonable and allow.
[As ainended by inserting the words in the sixth line commencing with "aside" and ending with “office;" 16th G. A., ch. 61.)
Sec. 3810. Each township assessor shall receive for each day Assessors. of eight hours necessarily engaged in the discharge of his official 9GArch. 173, duties, to be paid out of the county treasury, two dollars. 23.
OF WITNESSES, JURORS, AND SPECIAL CASES.
10 G. A. ch. 92.
Section 3811. Jurors shall receive the following fees:
For each day's service or attendance in courts of record, two Jurors. R. 24154. dollars, and for each mile traveled from his residence to the place C. '51, 2545. 9 G. A. ch. 15, of trial; the sum of ten cents; 232, 3. ch. 92. For each day's service before a justice of the peace, one dollar.
No mileage shall be allowed jurors before justices, nor talesmen.
Immediately after the adjournment of each term of a court of record, the clerk thereof shall certify to the county auditor a list of the jurors, with the number of days' attendance and mileage to which each one is entitled.
Where a case before a justice of I should not be computed in the numthe peace is commenced in one week ber of days of service: Anson 0.
and extends into the next, Sunday | Droight, 18-241. Fees ta xed as Sec. 3812. For every case tried in a court of record by jury, part of costs. SGLAS. 1. there shall be taxed as a part of the costs as a jury fee the sum of six dollars, which shall be collected as other costs and paid into the county treasury by the clerk, who shall report the same to the board of supervisors at each regular session thereof, who shall cause the same to be charged to the treasurer.
[This section was amended by 15th G. A., ch. 32, so as to require the entire per diem of the jury to be taxed as costs, to be collected and paid into the county treasury, but this amendment was, by 16th G. A., ch. 39, repealed, and the original section as given above, re-enacted.]
The provision requiring a party to! Although a trial occupy but part of pay a jury fee, or increasing the jury a day, if there is no other jury trial tee, is not in conflict with Const, art. on the same day, a full day's jury fee 1, $9; Allae «. Zangs, 41-536, 542 ; should be charged up. What should Little v. McGuire, 43-447; Steele v. be the rule when there is more than C. R. of Iowa, 43–109; The State o. one jury trial on the same day, quceVerunyne, 44-621.
Ire: The State v. Verwayne, 44-621. Sec. 3813. Every appraiser or commissioner appointed or Commissionselected to appraise the damages caused by taking private prop- ers to appraise
property taken erty for public use, shall receive the same compensation as jurors for public usc.
R. 4158. in courts of record, but when called to appraise property taken on 2
C. '51, 2 250. judicial process, they shall receive twenty-five cents per hour.
Sec. 3814. Witnesses in any court of record, except in the po- Witnesses. lice courts, shall receive for each day's attendance, one dollar and c:
C. '51, 2 2541. twenty-five cents; in the police courts, witnesses shall receive for each day's attendance, the same fees and mileage as are allowed before justices of the peace;
Before a justice of the peace, fifty cents for each day;
An attorney, juror, or officer, who is in habitual attendance on the court for the term at which he is examined as a witness, shall be entitled to but one day's attendance.
Witnesses called to testify only to an opinion founded on spe- Funerta cial study or experience in any branch of science, or to make scientific or professional examinations and state the result thereof, shall receive additional compensation, to be fixed by the court, with reference to the value of the time employed and the degree of learning or skill required; provided, that such additional compensation so fixed shall not exceed four dollars per day while so employed.
For attending before the grand or trial jury, or court, in crimi- Criminal cas nal cases, where the defendant is adjudged not guilty, the fees above provided for attending the district or justice's court shall be paid by the county, upon a certificate of the clerk or justice showing the amount of the services to which they are entitled.
As amended by 16th G. A., ch. 62, which inserted the provisions in the first paragraph as to police courts, and also the proviso in the paragraph as to experts.)
A witness subpænaed to attend | nal case on a preliminary examination court upon the same day in several before a justice: Johnson Co. v. Pordifferent cases, is only entitled to fees ter, 4 Gr. 79. and mileage for each day's attend-/ To entitle a party to fees as an exance on the court, and cannot claim pert, it must be shown that he was full fees in each case: Hardin v. Polk called as such, and to testify to an Co., 39-661.
lopinion founded on his special study A witnees is entitled to fees from and experience: Snyder v. Lovra City, the county for attendance in a crimi- | 40-646.
SEC. 3815. Any witness fees which may be received by justices Justices of the of the peace for witnesses appearing before them, which shall not peace to pay money receiv. have been called for within one year after the date of collection, ed for witness sholl he noid into the
19. shall be paid into the county treasury for the use of the county, fees into county treasury. accompanied with a statement of the amount due each witness, R. 2351.
but the witness entitled to such fees shall receive the same from the county treasury, upon a certificate from the justice of the peace before whom he may have appeared as such witness, or his successor in office, that he is entitled to such fees and the amount of the same; and any person or officer paying any sum of money into the county treasury under the provisions of this section, shall take duplicate receipts from the treasurer therefor, one of which he shall file with the county auditor who shall charge the amount thereof to the treasurer as so much county revenue.
[The printed code has the word “ stating" between “office” and “that" in ihe ninth line, which is not in the original.]
SEC. 3816. Any failure to pay over to the county treasurer Penalty for fail. witness fees as contemplated by this title, is a misdemeanor, and
shall be prosecuted as provided by law. R. 2352
Sec. 3817. When the county or any party has paid the fees When witness of any witness, and the same is afterward collected from the fees are paid adverse party, the person or county so paying the same shall, by a party or
upon the production of the receipt of such witness or other sat"G. A. ch. 165. isfactory evidence, be entitled to such fee, whether it be in the
hands of the justice or clerk, or has been paid into the county treasury.
Sec. 3818. In no criminal case shall witnesses for the defense Fees in crimi- be subpænaed at the expense of the county, except upon order of 12 Gach. 141. the court or judge before whom the case is pending, then only
upon a satisfactory showing that the witnesses are material and necessary for the defense; and the board of supervisors shall in no case audit or allow any claims for witness fees for the defendani in criminal cases except upon order or judgment of court or judge thereof, and such order may be made at the time of trial or other disposition of the case, and upon such showing as the court may require.
[By 18th G. A., ch. 207, the foregoing was substituted for the original section, which was as follows: "In all criminal cases the fees of witnesses for the defense shall be paid by the county.”]
Sec. 3819. Any officer legally called on to perform any of the Where no other following services, in cases where no fees have been fixed there
ed. for, shall be entitled to receive:. C. '51. 2 2523. For drawing and certifying an affidavit, or giving a certificate
not attached to any other writing, twenty-five cents;
For affixing his official seal to any paper, whether the certificate be uuder seal or not, thirty-five cents;
For making out a transcript of any public papers or records under his control, for the use of a private person or corporation, or recording articles of incorporation, for every one hundred words, ten cents.
Sec. 3820. Every officer or person who shall arrest any person For committing persons to with a warrant or order issued by any court or officer, or who shall hire carriage be required to convey a prisoner from a place distant from the 3G: A. ch. 175. county jail to such jail on an order of commitment, shall be
allowed to charge as fees, which shall be collectible the same as other fees in criminal cases, besides the fees allowed by law, whatever sums such officer or person shall actually and necessarily pay for carriage hire in so conveying such person to jail. Sec. 3821. Any person taking up any estray horse, mule, jack For taking up
estrays. or jenny, fifty cents;
9 G. Å. ch. 102, For every head of neat cattle, twenty-five cents;
2 2 22, 23. For all other kinds of animals, fifteen cents.
For appointing the appraisers, making the necessary entry, certificate, and return, the justice shall receive fifty cents.
Sec. 3822. In all cases where services shall be performed by Trespassing any officer or other person in respect to estrays or trespassing anan animais, the following fees or compensation shall be allowed: To 14 G. A. ch. 20, the justice of the peace for administering the oath to the takerup or finder, making an entry thereof, with the report of the appraisers, and making and transmitting a certificate thercof to the clerk of the district court, fifty cents; to the clerk for taking proof of the ownership of the property and granting certificate of the same, twenty-five cents; for registering each certificate transmitted to him by the justice as aforesaid, ten cents; for advertisements, including the newspaper publication, fifty cents; to the sheriff on account of sales made by him in pursuance of chapter three, of title eleven, four per cent. on the amount; to the constable, for each warrant served on appraisers, twenty-five cents; to each appraiser, twenty-five cents; all which said costs and charges, with the exception of the justice's for granting a certificate of ownership, and the sheriff's commission, shall be į aid by the taker-up to the person entitled thereto, whenever the service shall be performed; the printer of the county paper for publishing the notice shail receive the price of his published or ordinary advertising vates; in all cases where it shall be necessary to make publication in a newspaper, the taker-up or finder, as the case may be, shall be required to deposit with the clerk of the district court, a sum of money sufficient to pay the same, previous to the publication thereof; all which costs and charg's shall be reimbursed to the taker-up or finder in all cases where restitution of the property shall be made to the owner, or the same shall be delivered to the sheriff to be sold, or where money or bank notes shall be paid into the county treasury, in addition to the reward to which such person may be entitled for such taking up or finding as aforesaid.
Sec. 3823. The public printer shall receive for each estray Public printer notice published, a sum agreed upon by the secretary of state, for p
for publishing not, however, exceeding thirty cents for each insertion; and 9G. A. ch. 102,
9, 10, 14. when the appraised value of the estray exceeds fifteen dollars, ? the finder shali pay the justice a sum sufficient to pay the clerk's fee, postage, and the cost of publishing such notice. If more than one animal is taken up at the same time, they shall be included in one entry and advertisement, and no additional fees shall be required or allowed in such case, and said clerk shall subscribe for one copy of such paper, to be paid for out of the county treasury, which paper shall be filed and preserved in the office of said clerk. Sec. 3824.
ror laying out The following fees shall be paid persons engaged public high in laying out and changing highways:
R. & 872, 877.