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Page. Amory v. Fairbanks
920 Johnson v. Browning Avery v. Pixley
841 Johnson v. Stewart
Jones v Pearle Bangs v. Snow and al.
946 Jones v. Pope Bell v. Stone
845 Binstead y. Buck
873 Krutzer v. Wilcox Bree v. Holbeck
M Brenan y. Currint
873 Mitchell y. Oldfield Bryan v. Horseman
Newall and al. v. Wright Cargill v. Wiscasset
361 Carver v. Miller
916, 917 Oswald v. Legh Catling v. Skoulding
852 Chapman v. Allen
873 Pidley's Case Chapman v. Pickersgill
881 Pindar and al. v. Shaw Cogswell v. Dolliver
852 Pitts v. Tilden Commonwealth v. Clap
R v. Ward
822 Robinson v. Walter Cook v. Allen
954 Cotterell v. Griffiths
928 Salem v. Andover
Saunders v. Edwards Delany v. Jones
845 Saville v. Jardine Dogget v. Dedham
961 Searle v. Ld. Barrington E
Skinner v. Upshaw Eagar and Ux v. Commonwealth
Sutton v. Johnson and al.
860 Symonds v. Kimball Erskine v. Townsend 918, 920, 921 F
Topsham v. Harpswell Farnsworth v. Childs
838 Turner v. Crish Foxcroft v. Devonshire
V Freeman v. Stacy
952 Vandusen v. Comstock Freeport v. Edgecumb
964 Villers v. Monsley
880 Warbrook v. Griffin
York v. Grindstone
OF THE STATUTES QUOTED AND REFERRED TO IN VOL. II 1.....PART 1. Shewing the time the several statutes were enacted, and thereby enabling the reader
the more readily to refer to them in our statute books. 1782.
Date of the Act.
Subject of the Act.
March 17, 1783 Copy-Right.
9 9, 1784 Intestate Estates.
Power of Justices. » 16,» Criminal Prosecutions.
801 JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 818 1. The regulation of jury lists, and 1. Of the appointment of justices jury boxes ; and herein of the
of the peace, and the time for persons exempted from serving
which they are commissioned 818 as jurors
2. Of their general jurisdiction in 2. Of jury districts; and herein of
civil cases .
819 the duiy of clerks of courts in re 3. Of the pleadings before justices ference to issuing venires
of the peace Of the time for which grand ju 4. Of the general power and juris. rors shall serve; and when venires
diction of justices of the peace in for such jurors shall issue 80 criminal cases
821 4. Duty of sheriffs in regard to 5. Of the power of justices of the venires
805 peace relative to offenders chargMode of drawing jurors; and
ed with having committed herein of the manner of notifying
crimes in another state
823 such jurors of their selection ; 6. Proceedings by which to recover
and the return of the venire 805 the contents of a judgment ren6. Proceedings in case of a deficien
dered by a justice since deceased 824 cy of jurors
806 7. Duty of justices of the peace to 7. Of juries to view
807 account for fines by them receiv. 8. Mode of impannelling the grand
ed, and the penalty for neglect of jury; and herein of the election
825 of the foreman, and his power to swear witnesses
807 9. Mode of impannelling the tra
827 10. Jurors' fees 811 1. Of simple larceny
832 11. Of provisional jurors
811 2. Of larceny in the day.time, from 12. Duty of constables in regard to
any dwelling-house, office, shop, venires 812 ware-house or vessel
833 13. The oaths of jurors
813 3. Of larceny in the night-time, 14. Power and duty of jurors 814 from any office, shop or ware15. Proceedings in case a juror is
house not adjoining to, or ocoususpected of prejudice in the
pied with, å dwelling-house ; cause ; or where the party who
any vessel; any church, meetobtains a verdict, has given en
ing-house, court-house, town. tertainment to any of the jurors 815 house, college or academy; or 16. Fines for neglect of duty in
any building erected for public towns, officers, and jurors, rela
uses ; or any mill, mall-house, tive to the provisions of the sta
store, barn or stable
816 4. Larceny from the person 834 17. How such fines shall be recover. 5. Punishinent in case of a convic ed and appropriated
817 tion of two or more larcenies 835
Page. 6. What courts have jurisdiction 2. The seasons of the year at which of larcenies
835 beasts may be taken up as strays 864 7. Duty of the officer who arrests 3. Restitution of the property to the
a thief; and the right of the owner : and proceedings, when the owner to a restitution of the pro
owner does not appear within a perty
year and a day
864 4. Duty of town clerks and registers TITLE XCVI.
of deeds, relative to lost goods and
. stray beasts; and the penalty for LEASES 837 neglect of such duty
5. Penalty for the finder's neglect of 1. Of leases for life
duty enjoined by the statute 966 2. Of leases for years
6. Penalty in case the owner, or other 3. Of leases at will
person, unlawfully interferes with
stray beasts, after they are found 966 TITLE XCVII.
TITLE CI. LIBEL
844 1. Of libels considered as civil in LOTTERIES juries
1. Penalty for setting up an unau. 2. Of libels considered as offences
867 against the peace
2. Penalty for aiding or assisting in
such lottery TITLE XCVIII.
3. Penalty for selling, giving, buying
or receiving such tickets LIMITATION OF ACTIONS 849 4. Recovery of money paid for such 1. Limitation of real actions
849 tickets; and contracts made, in 2. Limitation of personal actions 850
consideration of such tickets, void 869 3. Of the exceptions in the statute 5. Recovery of penalties
869 of 1786, c. 52, and what will save a bar thereof
TITLE CII. 4. Limitation of actions against executors and administrators 856 LIENS.
870 5. Limitation of actions grounded 1. Of liens in favour of factors 870 on penal statutes
2. Of liens in favour of manufacturers 871 6. Limitation of actions against 3. Of liens created by pawns 871
sheriffs for the misconduct of 4. Of liens in favour of ind-keepers their deputies
858 5. Of liens in favour of carriers 872 7. Limitation of writs of review 859 6. Of liens in favour of attorneys 872 8. Limitation of writs of error 859 7. Within what limits liens are re
873 TITLE xcix.
8. How a lien may be destroyed 873
"867 giving, buying 868