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Of officers in forcible entry and detainer,'
. 90, 186-7
46, 190, 213
up in their offices, and shall not receive fees for services
during failure, .
charged in the bill of costs, ..
charge the opposite party, _ ... ... . . .
What deemed lawful, .
sons whose lands they divide, ,
New roads not to be run through, while crop is growing, . 362
County court may impose penalties for violating privilege of
Not to be established within less than two miles by water of a .
ferry already established, unless within two miles of a town, 363-4.
of passengers, &c.
Court may establish serries to be kept during high water only,
No money to be drawn from the treasury but in consequence
of an appropriation by law, .
comptroller, . . . . . 195, 196
progressively from the commencement to the end of the
. . . .
warrants issued, . . . . . . .
and publish the defaulters, . .
annually, or the sums with which they stand charged, .
tors, with certified copies of the revenue laws, . .
by a joint committee of the general assembly,
· . . ib.
199 to 201
. 200 (and nole)
court, and certify abstract to the county treasurer in one
day of May and November annually-penalty for not ac-
amercements annually-penalty for failure,.
FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER_Conlinued.
Penalty on defaulting jurors and witnesses, .
days after judgment, .
: . 108
. . . .
To be void against those whose debts or interests may be affect-
ed by them, .
of possession, . . . .
purchasers, unless under a deed proved and recorded, .
for bolder's debts contracted after removal, unless deed be re-
corded in six months,
without notice, unless recorded, of lands in sixty, and per-
sonal property in thirty days, .
Their privileges in suits at law-See “ Bail,” and “ Venue."
Who deemed freeholders for this purpose, .
and Misdemeanors by Persons of Color.”
FREE PERSONS OF COLOR-Continued.
Penalty for settling in the state after 1st of February, 1832, and
not removing, .
the owner, . .
Not to preach to, or exhort slaves, &c. except in presence of
five respectable slave-holders,
court, and two justices of the peace,
Flying from one county to another, justices to endorse warrants
of other justices issued for their apprehension, &c. .
of the executive,
state, . . . . . . . 118
All contracts founded on gaming consideration void, . 209
against gaming, .
On return of execution “no property found," or on rendition of
judgment, plaintiff making affidavit, may have summons for
garnishees, . . . . . .
in original attachments,
on a day certain, not less than ten nor more than thirty days,
214 to 216
138 to 142