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of the Company , wherein she has no vested right

to the principal, of approximately $ per year.

3. By decree of your Honorable Court dated , during

the period when the said was guardian of the said minor,

the said guardian was authorized to pay , the mother of

the said minor, the sum of $ per year for her maintenance,

education and support.

4. The said minor is at present engaged to be married and will
marry on the day of , and in order to pro-
vide the said minor with a proper trousseau and defray the ex-
penses incidental to the said marriage, , the mother of said

minor has requested your petitioner to pay her the sum of $

out of the income on hand and accrued for the benefit of the
said minor from the funds in the hands of your petitioner.

5. Your petitioner is ready and willing to accede to this request,
but is not authorized to do so without the approval of your Honor-
able Court.

6. The said minor has joined in the request, but owing to the
shortness of time, it is impossible to secure the formal joinders
of the minor and her mother to this petition prior to its presenta-
tion to Court.

Wherefore your petitioner prays that he may be authorized
and empowered to pay the sum of $ , from the in-
come arising from the funds in his hands held for the benefit of

, a minor, the said sum to be used for the purpose of a

trousseau and to defray the expenses incident to the marriage of
the said minor to , said payment to be subject to the execu-
tion by the said and the said , of a joinder and

consent in the form hereto attached which joinder and consent



FORMS 99 653

when executed and received shall be attached hereto and made
a part hereof.

And your petitioner will ever pray, etc.



Guardian of the Estate of
a minor.



State of Pennsylvania,
County of Philadelphia, ss:

being duly sworn according to law, deposes "and says

that he is guardian of the estate of , a minor, and that the

facts set forth in the foregoing petition are true to the best of
his knowledge, information and belief.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this
day of , 1921.



In the Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County.

In the matter of the Estate of , a minor.

Term, , No. . . ;

JOINDER.

Republic of France,

United States Consulate:

Personally appeared before me the undersigned, and

, who being duly sworn according to law, depose and say

that they have received notice of the presentation by ,

Guardian of the estate of , a minor, of a petition to the

Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County, for leave to pay out of
the income from the funds in his hands belonging to the estate

of the said minor, the sum of $ , to the said , to be

used by her for the purchase of a trousseau and to defray the
expenses incurred in and about the intended marriage of the said

to , and hereby consent to the same and join in

the prayer thereof.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this
day of , 1921.

DECREE.

And Now, to wit, this day of , 1921, upon con-
sideration of the foregoing petition and on motion of ,



654 FORMS 99, 100

It is hereby ordered and decreed that the prayer thereof be granted
and , guardian of the estate of , a minor, is author-
ized and empowered to pay the sum of $ from the

income arising from the funds in his hands for the benefit of

, a minor, the said sum to be used for the purchase of a

trousseau and to defray the expenses incident to the marriage of
the said minor to , said payment to be subject to the execu-
tion of the said and the said , of a joinder and

consent in the form hereto attached which joinder and consent
when executed and received shall be attached hereto and made a
part hereof.

By the Court:



J-

100. PETITION BY TRUSTEE TO MAKE PAYMENT
TO FOREIGN GUARDIAN. 607.

In the Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County.

In re Estate of , deceased.

Term, , No. .

To the Honorable, the Judges of the Said Court:
The petition of the Company, respectfully represents:

1. That , late of the City of Philadelphia, State of Penn-
sylvania, died , having first made and published his last

will and testament dated , and codicil thereto dated .

copies of which are annexed hereto.

2. That in and by said will he provided, inter alia, as follows,
to wit : (recite terms of trust) :

3. That one , a resident of the City of , New

Jersey, duly qualified under the terms of said will as hereinbefore
set forth, has heretofore been in receipt of said payment of
dollars per annum and is still so entitled to said payment.



4. The said was adjudged a lunatic for whom



was duly appointed guardian by the Chancery Court of New

Jersey on the day of , as appears by exemplified

copy of the record of said proceedings annexed to this petition
as Exhibit "B."

5. As will appear from the exemplified copy annexed hereto,
bond in the sum of dollars has been duly entered as



FORMS 100, 101 655

specific security for the faithful accounting by said guardian for

the said payments to him of the said annual sum of dollars

as hereinbefore set forth.

Your petitioner, therefore prays for leave and authority to pay

to , Guardian of , a lunatic, the sum of $ per

annum from the income of the said trust estate of the said ,

known as , under the Second Clause of the will of ,

as the same shall from time to time become due and payable.

And your petitioner will ever pray, etc.



County of Philadelphia, ss:

being duly sworn according to law, deposes and says

that he is of The Company, and that the facts set

forth in the foregoing petition are true to the best of his knowl-
edge, information and belief.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this
day of , 1919.



DECREE.

And Now, to wit, this day of 1919, upon consideration

of the foregoing petition and on motion of , attorneys for

petitioner, the Court grants the prayer thereof and authorizes

and directs the Company , Trustee under the will

of , to pay to , a lunatic, the sum of dollars

per annum from the income of the said trust estate of the said

, known as , under the Second Clause of the will

of , as the same shall from time to time become due and

payable.

xoi. PETITION FOR APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIAN
AD LITEM FOR MINORS UNDER THE AGE
OF 14 YEARS FOR REPRESENTATION IN
SALE OF REAL ESTATE. 616.

In the Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County.
In the matter of the Estate of John Doe, deceased.

A cr nij ~~ | X\J o JL - M-I_B ^



656 FORMS 101

To the Honorable, the Judges of the Said Court:

The petition of Mary Roe and George Roe, by their father and
next friend, Richard Roe, respectfully represents:

1. That your petitioners are the children of Jane Roe and
Richard Roe, both of whom are living.

2. That your petitioners reside with their parents in Philadel-
phia, Pennsylvania.

3. That Mary Roe was born on the day of , and

is now over years of age ; that George Roe was born on

the day of , and is now over years of age.

4. That your petitioners as the children of Jane Roe who was
a daughter of Sarah Jones, who was a daughter of the above dece-
dent, have a possible contingent interest in remainder in the estate
of the said decedent.

5. That proceedings are now pending before your Honorable
Court for the sale of certain real estate wherein it is necessary
that your petitioners be represented by a guardian ad litem.

6. That your petitioners have no such guardian and therefore

request your Honorable Court to appoint , a citizen and

resident of Philadelphia County, as guardian ad litem for the
purpose aforesaid.

And your petitioners will ever pray, etc,

Mary Roe.
George Roe.

By

Their Father and next friend.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
County of Philadelphia, ss:

Richard Roe being duly sworn according to law, deposes and
says that he is the father of Mary Roe and George Roe, the
minors described in the foregoing petition ; that he is familiar
with the facts set forth therein and that the same are true to the
best of his knowledge, information and belief ; that sug-
gested as guardian ad litem is a resident of the City of Philadel-
phia, and is a person of respectability and property in whom the
interests of the said minors may be safely entrusted; that he is
neither Executor, Trustee or Administrator of any estate in which
the said minors have an interest, nor officer or employe of any



FORMS 101, 102 657

such fiduciary, nor surety on the bond of any such fiduciary, nor
officer or employe of any such surety on the bond of any such
fiduciary.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this
day of , 1921.



JOINDER.
I, the undersigned, mother of the minors, and



hereby acknowledge that I have received notice of the intended
presentation of the foregoing petition and join in the prayer
thereof.



DECREE.

And Now, to wit, this day of , 1921, upon con-
sideration of the foregoing petition and on motion of ,

attorneys for the petitioners, is hereby appointed guardian

ad litem for and , minors ; no security to be entered

and no property to come into the hands of the said guardian
until the further order of this Court.
By the Court :



J-

102. PETITION FOR APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIAN
AD LITEM FOR MINOR OVER THE AGE OF 14
YEARS FOR REPRESENTATION AT AUDIT.
616.

In the Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County.
In re Estate of Joseph Doe, deceased.
Term, , No. .

To the Honorable, the Judges of the Said Court:
The petition of Emma Roe respectfully represents :

1. That your petitioner is the daughter of William Roe and
Marion Roe, his wife, both of whom are living.

2. That she resides with her parents at , Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania.

3. That she was born on the day of , and is now

over eighteen years of age.

42



658 FORMS 102

4. That your petitioner as the daughter of Marion Roe who
is a daughter of the above decedent has a possible contingent
interest in remainder under the will of the above decedent, a copy
of which is annexed hereto as Exhibit "A."

5. That the account of and , Trustees is now

before your Honorable Court for audit, wherein it is necessary
that your petitioner be represented by a guardian ad litem.

6. That your petitioner has no such guardian and therefore
requests your Honorable Court to appoint William Blackstone,
Esq., as guardian ad litem for the purpose aforesaid.

And your petitioner will ever pray, etc.



State of , County of , ss:

Emma Roe being duly sworn according to law, deposes and
says that she is the petitioner herein and that the facts set forth
in the foregoing petition are true to the best of her knowledge,
information and belief.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this
day of , 192 .



State of , County of , ss:

William Roe being duly sworn according to law, deposes and
says that he is the father of the minor, Emma Roe, mentioned
in the foregoing petition and that he is well acquainted with the
estate of the said minor ; that the facts set forth in the foregoing
petition are true to the best of his knowledge, information and
belief; that William Blackstone, Esq., suggested as guardian, is
a member of the Bar and resident of the City of Philadelphia,
and is a person of respectability and property in whom the inter-
ests of the said minor may be! safely entrusted ; that he is neither
Executor, Trustee or Administrator of any estate in which the
said minor has an interest, nor officer or employe of any such
fiduciary, nor surety on the bond of any such fiduciary, nor officer
or employe of any such surety on the bond of any such fiduciary.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this
day of , 192 .



FORMS 102, 103 659

JOINDER.

I, the undersigned, mother of the minor, Emma Roe, hereby
acknowledge that I have received notice of the intended presen-
tation of the foregoing petition and join in the prayer thereof.



DECREE.

And Now, to wit, this day of , 192 , upon

consideration of the foregoing petition, William Blackstone, Esq.,
is hereby appointed guardian ad litem for Emma Roe, a minor;
no money or other property to come into the hands of the said
guardian and no security to be entered until the further order of
this Court.

By the Court:



J.

103. PETITION BY GUARDIAN FOR LEAVE TO EN-
TER SECURITY TO RECEIVE AWARD FROM
FOREIGN JURISDICTION.

In the Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County.

In the matter of the Estates of , minors.

Term, , No. .

PETITION FOR LEAVE TO ENTER SECURITY.
To the Honorable, the Judges of the Said Court:

The petition of The Company , respectfully rep-
resents :

1. That your petitioner was duly appointed guardian of the
estates of the above minors, all of whom are under the age of

fourteen years, by decree of your Honorable Court dated ,

without bond, the purpose of said appointment being to receive

the minors' share of the estate of their father, , deceased,

of Philadelphia County, ( ), amounting to the sum of

$ net.

2. The said minors are also entitled to the sum of $

now in the hands of the Trust Company of , New

Jersey, the same being the proceeds from the sale of real estate
and said sum being composed as follows : $ .



660 FORMS 103

3. , father of said minors died in , leaving to

survive him, his widow, , who is the sole heir and next of

kin of said minors. She has received notice of the intended pres-
entation of this petition and joins in the prayer thereof.

4. All parties in interest desire the transfer of the said fund

from the said Trust Company of , New Jersey, to

your petitioner as guardian of the said minors and to secure same
it is necessary that security be entered therefor.

Wherefore your petitioner prays that it be given authority to

enter security in your Honorable Court in the sum of $ , as

security for the transfer to your petitioner of the sum of $ ,

composed as hereinabove set forth from the Trust Com-
pany of , New Jersey.

And your petitioner will ever pray, etc.

THE COMPANY, Guardian.



By-



State of Pennslyvania,
County of Philadelphia, ss:

being duly sworn according to law, deposes and says

that he is of the corporation petitioner, and that the facts

set forth in the foregoing petition are true to the best of his
knowledge, information and belief.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this
day of , 1921.



JOINDER.

I, the undersigned, being the only party in interest, in the fore-
going petition other than The Company, Guardian of

, minors, hereby acknowledge that I have received notice

of the intended presentation of the foregoing petition and join in
the prayer thereof.



In the Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County.

In the matter of the Estates of , minors.

Term, , No. .



FORMS 103 661

DECREE.

And Now, to wit, this day of , 1921, upon con-
sideration of the annexed petition and on motion of ,

attorneys for the petitioner, It is hereby ordered and decreed that

the prayer thereof be granted and that The Company

, guardian of the estates of , be and the same is

hereby authorized and empowered to enter security in the sum of

$ , as security for the transfer to the said guardian by the

Trust Company of , New Jersey, of a fund of

$ , composed of $ , being the amount due said minors

from the sale of certain real estate in New Jersey, and the bond

of the said The Company , is hereby approved as

such security.

By the Court :



J.



TABLE OF ACTS OF ASSEMBLY
REPEALED

(References are to sections. Unless otherwise noted the re-
peal is absolute.)

Sec.

1705 Sec. i, 2, 5 & 8 i Sm. L. 33 291

Sec. 3, 4, 6 & 7 i Sm. L. 33 253

1705-6 Jan. 12 2 St. at L. 198, Ch. 134 623

1713 Mar. 27 Sec. i, 8 & g i Sm. L,. 81 166

Sec. 2-7, 10-13 i Sm. L. 81 623

Sec. 14, 15 & 16 i Sm. L. 81 291

1772 Mar. 21 i Sm, L. 383 623

Sec. 5 i Sm. L. 389 623

1777 Mar. 14 i Sm. L. 443 in part 291

1779 Oct. 9 i Sm. L. 473 623

1791 April 6 Sec. 5 3 Sm. L. 20 291

April 13 Sec. 5, 6, 18 3 Sm. L. 28 166

Sec. 8 3 Sm. L. 28 623

Sept. 30 Sec. 2 3 Sm. L. 58 291

1792 Mar. 31 3 Sm. L. 66 623

1794 April 19 Sec. i, 2, 14-21 3 Sm. L. 143 623

Sec. 3, 13-18 3 Sm. L. 143 352

Sec. 22 3 Sm. L. 143 65

Sec. 23 3 Sm. L. 143 253

Sec. 24 3 Sm. L. 143 166

1797 April 4 Sec. 1-4, 9 3 Sm. L. 296 623

Sec. 5, 6, 7 3 Sm. I/. 296 352

Sec. 8 3 Sm. L. 296 in part 65

Sec. 10 3 Sm. L. 296 253

1800 Mar. 10 3 Sm. L,. 433 623

1802 April 2 P. L. 133 623

1804 Mar. 12 P. L. 271 623

April 2 P. L. 459 65

1805 April i P. L. 205 65

1807 April 7 Sec. 6, 7, 8 P. L. 155 65

April 7 Sec. 9 P. L. 155 in part 65

April 7 Sec. 10 P. L. 155 212

April 7 Sec. ii P. L. 155 253

1808 Mar. 26 Sec. 2 P. L. 144 65

Mar. 26 Sec. 3 P. L. 144 623

1810 Mar. 19 P. L. 96 253

1811 April i Sec. i P. L. 198 253

April i Sec. 2 P. L. 198 623

1814 Feb. 7 P. L. 44 623

1815 Mar. 13 P. L. 173 352

663



664 ACTS REPEALED

Sec

1818 Feb. 17 P. L. 104 in part 623

Mar. 10 P. L. 183 623

Mar. 24 Sec. 7 P. L. 285 in part 623

1819 Jan. 21 P. L. 25 352

Feb. 8 Sec. 2 P. L. 58 623

1821 Feb. 5 Sec. 2 P. L. 25 1 . 623

Mar. 30 P. L. 153 623

Mar. 31 Sec. 2 P. L. 178 623

1823 April i P. L. 286 623

1824 Feb. 18 Sec. I P. L. 25 in part 623

1825 Mar. 22 P. L. 107 in part 623

1826 April 8 Sec. I P. L. 255 623

April 8 Sec. 2 P. L. 255 212

1828 April 10 Sec. 3 P. L. 285 623

April 14 Sec. I & 2 P. L. 453 in part 623

April 14 Sec. 5 & 6 P. L. 484 65

1829 April 3 Sec. I & 2 P. L. 122 623

1830 April 6 Sec. 5 P. L. 272 291

April 7 P. L, 347 623

1832 Mar. 15 Sec. 1-5, 7-13, 17, 25, P. L. 135 291

3i, 32, 36, 38, 39, 42,

43

Mar. 15 Sec. 6, 14, 16, 18-24, 26- P. L. 135 623

30, 43, 44

Mar. 15 Sec. II P. L. 135 253

Mar. 15 Sec. 40, 42 P. L. 135 166

Mar. 29 Sec. 1-4, 52, 55-60 P. L. 190 166

Mar. 29 Sec. 5-34, 47, 53, 54 P- L- 190 623

Mar. 29 Sec. 35 P. L. 190 253

Mar. 29 Sec. 36-46, 48-51 P. L. 190 65

1833 April 6 P. L. 207 352

April 8 P. L. 249 253

April 8 P. L. 315 352

1834 Feb. 24 Sec. 1-41, 43, 45-61, 66- P. L. 73 623

68.

Feb. 24 Sec. 42, 44, 46 P. L. 73 65

April 14 Sec. 52, 57 P. L. 341 166

1835 April 14 Sec. 1,3 P. L. 275 623

April 14 Sec. 2 P. L. 275 65

April 14 Sec. 4 P. L. 275 166

1836 Mar. ii Sec. 12, 13 P. L. 76 in part 623

June 14 Sec. 15-21, 23-26 P. L. 628 in part 623

June 16 Sec. i P. L. 682 212

June 16 Sec. 2 P. L. 682 166

June 16 Sec. 3 P. L. 682 623

June 16 Sec. 19 P. L. 784 166

June 16 Sec. 20, 22 P. L. 784 in part 166

1838 Mar. 17 Sec. 3 P. L. 80 in part 623



ACTS REPEALED 665

Sec.

1840 April 13 Sec. 1,2 P. L. 319 623

April 13 Sec. 4 P. L. 319 65

Oct. 13 Sec. i P. L. 1841-1 623

1842 Mar. 12 Sec. 5 P. L. 66 623

July 1 6 Sec. 52 P. L. 374 623

1843 April 4 Sec. 8 P. L. 131 in part 166

April 13 Sec. 22 P. L. 237 623

April 24 Sec. 8 P. L. 359 65

1844 April 6 P. L. 214 65

May 6 Sec. 2 P. L. 364 253

1845 April 15 Sec. I P. L. 458 65

1846 April 20 Sec. 2, 3 P. L. 411 in part 166

April 21 Sec. i P. L. 426 65

April 21 Sec. 2 P. L. 430 166

April 22 Sec. 9 P- L. 476 623

April 22 Sec. i P. L. 483 623

1847 Mar. 13 P. L. 319 65

Mar. 16 Sec. 2 P. L. 474 212

1848 Jan. 27 P. L. 16 253

Feb. 8 P. L. 27 623

April ii Sec. 7 & ii P. L. 536 253

April 1 1 Sec. 9 P. L. 536 in part 352

April ii Sec. 9 P. L. 536 in part 623

1849 Mar. 14 P. L. 164 in part 623

April 9 Sec. 2 P. L. 511 623

April 9 Sec. 4 P. L. 524 in part 65

April 9 Sec. 5, 13, 16 P.I/. 524 623

April 10 Sec. 2 P. L. 591 in part 65

April 10 Sec. 10 P. L. 591 623

1850 Mar. 14 Sec. I P. L. 195 in part 623

April 25 Sec. i, 5, 44 P- L- 569 623

April 25 Sec. 2 P. L. 569 65

April 25 Sec. 10 P. L. 569 in part 65

April 25 Sec. 18 P. L. 569 166

April 26 Sec. 22, 23 P. L. 577 in part 65

April 26 Sec. 22, 23 P. L. 577 in part 623

April 26 Sec. 25 P. L. 577 623

May 15 Sec. 8 P. L. 764 623

1851 April 3 Sec. 1-5 P. L. 35 212

April 3 Sec. 6 P. L. 305 623

April 3 Sec. 10 P. L. 305 291

April 14 Sec. 5 P. L. 612 623

April 15 Sec. 18 P. L. 669 623

1853 Feb. 2 P. L. 31 623

Feb. 23 P. L. 98 623

April 18 Sec. 1-8, 10 P. L. 503 212

1854 Feb. 20 Sec. i P. L. 89 in part 65

Mar. 6 Sec. I P. L. 155 in part 166



666 ACTS REPEALED

Sc.

1854 Mar. 27 Sec. i . . . . P. L. 214 in part 623

April 13 Sec. i & 3 P. L. 368 212

April 13 Sec. 2 P. L. 368 in part 623

May 5 P. L. 57O 623

1855 April 12 P. L. 214 .. 65

April 26 Sec. 1 1 P. L. 328 in part 253

April 27 Sec. i P. L. 368 in part 253

April 27 Sec. 2 P. L. 368 352

April 27 Sec. 3 P. L. 368 in part 352

April 27 Sec. 4 ! P. L. 368 in part 65

April 27 Sec. 5 P. L. 368 212

May 3 Sec. 2-5 P. L. 415 in part 623

May 4 Sec. i & 6 P. L. 430 253

May 4 Sec. 5 P. L. 43O 352

May 4 Proviso of Sec. 7 P. L. 430 352

1856 April ii Sec. 4 P. L. 315 623

April 17 Sec. i & 2 P. L. 386 65

April 19 Sec. 4 & 5 P. L. 458 291

April 21 P. L. 495 623

April 22 Sec. 7 P. L. 532 291

April 22 Sec. 8 P. L. 532 .*. 623

April 22 Sec. 10 P. L. 532 in part 65

1857 May 14 P. L. 507 in part 352

1859 Mar. 13 P. L. 611 623

Mar. 22 Sec. I P. L. 207 623

April 6 P. L. 384 623

April 7 P. L. 406 623

April 8 P. L. 425 in part 623

April 13 P. L. 604 623

1861 May I P. L. 420 623

May i P. L. 43* in part 623

May i P. L. 680 in part 623

1863 April i P. L. 187 212

April i P. L. 205 166

April ii P. L. 341 65

1864 Mar. 17 P. L. 53 623

April 18 P. L. 462 212

April 23 P. L. 550 623

April 27 P. L. 641 in part 65

Aug. 25 P. L. 1029 623

1865 Mar. 22 P. L. 31 in part 65

Mar. 27 P. L. 44 in part} 623

Mar. 27 P. L. 45 65

Nov. 27 P. L. 1866-1227 623

1866 April 17 P. L. 108 212

April 17 P. L. in in part 623

May 17 P. L. 1096 623

1867 Jan. 7 P. L. 1367 65



ACTS REPEALED 667

Sec.

1867 Feb. 13 P. L. 160 65

Mar. 23 Sec. 12 P. L. 43 212

April 15 P. L. 86 623

1868 April 9 P. L. 785 in part 623

April 14 P. L. 97 623

April 28 P. L. 105 65

1869 Feb. 18 Sec. i P. L. 183 623

Feb. 26 P. L. 4 in part 65

Mar. 30 P. L. 15 in part 65

April 12 P. L. 27 623

April 13 P. L. 28 in part 65

April 17 P. L. 70 623

April 17 P. L. 72 623

April 20 Sec. I P. L. 77 253

April 20 Sec. 2 P. L. 77 65

1871 May 17 (Act No. 250) P. L. 269 in part 623

May 17 (Act No. 251) P. L. 269 623

May 23 P. L. 274 65

May 25 P. L. 279 623

June 15 P. L. 387 in part 623

1872 April 8 P. L. 44 623

1874 May 14 P. L. 156 in part 65

May 14 P. L. 166 65

May 15 P. L. 194 623

May 15 P. L. 195 623

May 19 Sec. 2, 4, 6, 10 P. L. 206 166

May 19 Prov. to Sec. 6 P. L. 206 623

June 8 P. L. 277 212

1875 Mar. 4 P. L. 5 166

Mar. 18 P. L. 29 166

1876 April 9 P. L. 19 in part 166

April 28 P. L. SO in part 623

May 8 P. L. 133 623

May 8 P. L. 140 65

1877 Feb. 16 P. L. 3 in part 623

Mar. 24 P. L. 37 291

1878 May 22 Sec. I & 2 P. L. 83 in part... 623

May 24 P. L. 131 166

1879 April ii Sec. i, 2, 3 P. L. 21 623

May i P. L. 40 in part 65

June 4 P. L. 84 in part 166

June 4 P. L. 84 in part 623

June 4 P. L. 88 253

1881 May 10 P. L. 14 in part 623

June 10 P. L. 86 253

June 10 P. L. 106 623

1883 June 4 P. L. 65 623

June 4 P. L. 74 623



668 ACTS REPEALED

Sec.

1883 June 5 P. L. 88 352

June 13 P. L. 91 166

June 20 P. L. 131 352

June 27 P. L. 163 623

1885 June 5 P. L. 78 in part .,.. 166

June 24 P. L. 155 291

June 24 P. L. ISS 623

June 30 P. L. 203 623

June 30 P. L. 251 352

1887 April 13 P. L. 53 352

May 19 Prov. of Sec. I P. L. 125 352

May 25 P. L. 261 352

May 25 P. L. 264 253

June 6 P. L. 359 291

1889 April 4 P. L. 23 65

April 22 P. L. 42 623

April 23 P. L. 48 291

May 7 P. L. 102 in part 166

May 8 P. L. 123 in part 623

May 9 P. L. 146 65

May 9 ( ist Prov. of Sec. i).. P. L. 168 352

May 9 P. L. 182 623

May 13 P. L. 190 623

1893 May 19 Sec. 2 P. L. no 623

May 31 P. L. 188 166

May 31 P. L. 1 88 in part 291

June 3 P. L. 273 in part 623

June 8 Sec. 5 P. L. 344 253

June 8 P. L. 356 623

June 8 P. L. 392 623

June 12 P. L. 461 65

1895 May 8 P. L. 44 in part 623

May 22 P. L. 114 in part 65

June 18 P. L. 197 623

June 24 Sec. i P. L. 236 623

June 24 P. L. 237 in part 65

June 24 P. L. 248 in part 623

June 25 P. L. 305 291

June 26 P. L. 381 in part 65

1897 June 14 P. L. 142 in part 352

June 14 Sec. I P. L. 144 212

June 15 Sec. i & 2 P. L. 159 212

June 23 P. L. 200 623

July 9 P. L. 213 in part 253

July 12 P. L. 256 253

July 14 P. L. 269 623

1899 April 28 P. L. 120 623

April 28 P. L. 157 623



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1901 May II P. L. 174 in part 623

May 21 P. L. 272 623

June 10 P. L. 55i 352

June 10 P. L. 553 in part 65

June 14 P. L. 562 623

July 10 Sec. 2, 3, 4 P. L. 639 352

1903 Mar. 5 P. L. 10 623



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