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which in his best judgment are susceptible of repair, he shall cause to



Act 4385, § 32 general laws. 2362

be marked with a tag or other suitable device with the words "Out of
Order." The owners or users of any weights or measures or weighing
or measuring instruments which have been marked "Out of Order," as
in this section provided, may have the same repaired or corrected within
thirty days, but until the same have been repaired or corrected and
tested as herein provided the owners or users thereof may neither use
nor disfiose of the same in any way, Init shall hold the same at the <lis-
posal of the sealer. When the same have been repaired or corrected
the owner or user thereof shall notify the sealer and the sealer shall
again test and firove the weight, measure or weighing or measuring instru-
ment, which had been found in-orrect and marked as in this section
provided, and until such weight, measure, or measuring or weighing in-
striiinent has been reinspecteil by the sealer and found correct, the same
shall not be used or in any way disposed of by the owner. Any person
who removes or obliterates any tag or device placed ujion any weight,
measure, or weighing or measuring iustrfiment by the sealer as in this
act provided, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. When any weight, meas-
ure or weighing or measuring instrument has been repaired and cor-
rected, as in this act provided, and has been reinspected and found cor
rect by the sealer of weights and measures, as in this act provided, the
sealer of weights and measures shall r<Mnove the tag or device with the
words "Out of Oriler," and sh:ill seal and mark such weight, measure,
or weighing or measuring instrument in the manner provided for the
marking of the same where ujion inspectton they are found correct.

Penalty for possessing or using false weights and measures.

§ 32. .\uy person who, by himself, or his emj loyee or agent, or as
the employee or agent of another, shall use, in the buying or selling
of any commodity, or retain in his ixissession a false weight or measure
or weighing or measuring instrument, or shall offer or expose for sale,
or sell except as heretofore specifically allowed in section 27 of this
act, or use or retain :n his possession any weight or measure or weighing
or measuring instrument in any county, city, town, or city and county
in which there has been appointed a sealer of weights and measures in
accordance with the provisions of this act, which has not been sealed
by a sealer within one year, or who shall disjiose of any condemned
weight or measure, or weighing or measuring instrument contrary ti>
law, or any person who, by himself, or his employee or agent, or as the
employee or agent of another, shall sell or offer or exjiose for sale or
use or have in his possession for the purjtose of selling or using any
device or instrument to be used to or calculated to falsify any weight
or measure, and any person who, by himself or his employee or agent,
or as the employer or agent of another, shall sell or offer or expose
for sale any commodity, produce, article or thing in a less quantity
than be represents it to be or contain, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
Possession of such false weights or measures or weighing or measuring
instruments shall be prima facie evidence of the fact that they were
intended to be used in the violation of law.



2363 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. Act 4385, §§ 33-40

Power of peace oificers.

§ 33. The state siipeiintendeut, his deputy, all sealers and their
deputies, in the perforniaiice of thoir official duties, shall have the same
powers as are possessed by peace oflicers of this state.

Hindering sealers.

§ 34. Any person who shall hinder or obstruct in any way the state
superintendent, or his deputy, or a sealer or his deputy, in the perform-
ance of their official duties, sliall be guilty of a misdemeanor. ^

Eefusing to exhibit weights or measures.

§ 35. Any person neglecting or refusing to exhibit any weight, meas-
ure, or weighing or measuring instrument of any kind, or appliances and
accessories connected with any or all of such instruments or measures
which is in his possession or under his control, to the state superintend-
ent, or his deputy, or to a sealer or his deputy, for the purpose of al-
lowing the same to be inspected and examined as in this act provided,
shall be guilty of a misdeameanor.

Refusing to exhibit commodities.

§ 36. Any person, who by himself, or his employee or agent, or as a
proprietor or manager, shall refuse to exhibit any article, commodity,
produce or anything being sold or offered for sale at a given weight or
quantity, or ordinarily so sold, to the state superintendent, or to his
deputy, or to a sealer or his deputy, for the purpose of allowing the
same to be tested and proved as to the quantity contained therein as in
this act provided, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

Penalty, for false sealing.

§ 37. Any sealer who shall seal any weight, measure, balance or ap
paratus before first testing and making the same conform with tha
standards of the state, or who shall condemn any weight, measure, bal
anee or apparatus without first testing the same, shall be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor.

§ 38. An}^ person violating any of the provisions of this act shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor.

"Person."

■§ 39. The word "person," as used in this act, shall be deemed to in-
clude person, firm or corporation.

Duty of officers of corporations.

§ 40. It shall be the duty of all officers, directors and managers of
corporations, whose respective corporations use or keep for use, sell or
offer for sale, any weights, measures, or weighing or measuring instru-
ments which are subject to inspection by the provisions of this act, to
comply with the provisions of this act on behalf of their respective cor-
porations; and it shall be the duty of all officers, directors and managers



Acts 4408, 4420 general laws. 2364

of corporations, whose respective corporations offer for sale or keep for
sale any commodit}', produce, article or thing which is subject to in^ipec-
tion by the provisions of this act, to conifdy therewith on behalf of
their respective corporations. In case any corporation shall violate
any of the provisions of this act, the corjioration and the officers therpof
directly concerned with the act or acta constituting such violation shall
be severally guilty of a misdemeanor.

§ 41.' Any sealing or testing of any weight, measure, weighing or
measuring instrument by the state sui»<'rintendent or his def)uty shall
have the same force and effect as a sealing or testing by a sealer or
his deputy.

Appropriation,

§ 42. There is hereby appropriated out of the general fund of the
state the sum of twelve thousand doUurs for carrying into effect the
provisions of this act.

Title of act.

§ 43. This act shall be known as the Weights and Measures Act.

TITLE 566.

WIIITTIER STATK SCHOOL.
ACT 4408.

To establish the Whittier Reform School for Juvenile Offenders. [Stats.

1889, p. 111.]
Amended 1893, p. 328; 1905, p. 80: 1907, p. 3; 1909, p. 988. Sup»rsedrd
1911, p. 673. and again in 1913 (Stats. 1913, p. 1304). S«c anU, Act 1770.
Tlie superseding acts superseded this act as to th« mode of eoininltment but left
tlie net in force as tu all matters concerniu); the management of the inttitutiuo.
Citationi. App. l'J/GUt>, 607. 608; (S5 16, 16a) 19/60!i, 60a. 610.

TITLE 568.

WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS.
ACT 4420.

Citations. App. 8/529, 530, 531, 532, 537.



INDEX.

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INDEX.



ABAIiONE. See Game Laws.

ABANDONMENT.

Condemnation proceedings, of. See Eminent Domain.
Child, of. See Adoption; Parent and Child.
Streets, of. See Streets.
Wife, of. See Husband and Wife.

ABATEMENT.

Partition proceedings, effect of death or insolvency of party, p. 34, § 763.

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.

Admissibility as evidence, where records burnt or destroyed, p. 95, § 1855a.

ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANIES.

Capital stock required of, p. 309, § h04, subd. 16.
What included in, p. 309, § 594, subd. 6.

ACCIDENTS. See Master and Servant; Public Utilities, II.

ACCOMPLICE.

Conviction on testimony of, p. 242, § 1111.

ACCOUNTING. See Board of Control.

Certified accountants from other states, admission of to practice, p. 823, Act 11.

ACCOUNTS.

Executor or administrator, of. See Executors and Administrators.
Guardians. See Guardian and Ward.
Public utilities, of. See Public Utilities, II.

ACCUSATION. See Attorney and Client.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

Articles of incorporation, of, p. 113, § 292.
Defective, validating, p. 156, § 1207.

Instrument recorded without, validating, p. 156, § 1207.
Who may take, p. 155, § 1181.

ACTIONS. See Infants; Insane Persons; Statute of Limitations,
Death, for wrongful causing of, p. 1060, Act 896. ,

Joinder of. See Joinder of Actions.
Place of trial of, p. 16, § 395.

Public utility commission, by, p. 1786, Act 2886, § 75.
State, against. See State. ^

Taxpayer cannot enjoin issuance of bonds by officer, p. 22, § 526a.
Taxpayer may sue to enjoin illegal expenditure or waste, p. 22, § 526a.

(2367)



2368 INDEX.

ADJUTANT GENERAL.

Absence or inability of, who to act, p. 462, ! 1928, (ubd. 12.

Allowance to for target practice, p. 473, S 2079.

Cash revolving fund for use of, p. 1609, § 2433c.

Claims, auditing, etc., procedure, p. 473, § 2079.

Control of military department, provision as to repealed, p. 457, 5 192S.

Department, brigadier general is chief of, p. 458, J 1927.

Department, chief of, duties of enumerated, p. 459, S 1928.

Department, colonel of, duty and qualifications, p. 458, S 1927.

Department of, brigadier general, appointment of aud term of office, p. 458.

S 1927.
Department of, brigadier general, qualifications of, p. 458, I 1927.
Department of, chiof, powers of enumerated, p. 459, J 1928.
Department of, chief, rank, p. 458, j 192S.
Department of. confnrming to orders and regulations of United States army,

p. 462, 5 1928, subd. 12.
Department of, employees of, p. 458, § 1927.
Department, officers of, p. 458, { 1927.
Department, officers, appointment, qualifications and terms of office, p. 456.

5 1927.
Department, officers of, duties of, p. 462, S 1928, snbd. 12.
Dep.irtment, officers of, title of, p. 458, 5 1927.
Dulios of, provision as to repealed, p. 457, J 1923.
Military-roll, delivery of cerlitiod copy of to, p. 456. J 1900.
Muster-roll, dtity to make and time of making, p. 456, § 1902.
Muster-roll, signing and filing, p. 456, 5 1902.
Muster-roll, what to show, p. 456, S 1902.

ADMINISTRATORS. See Executors and Administrators.
Public. See Public Administrators.

ADOPTION.

Abandoned, child may be determined to be, by order of juvenile court, p. 109.

§ 224.
Abandoned child, who is, p. 109, § 224.
Consent of parent, necessity of, p. 109, § 224.
Consent to, managers of orphan asylum may give, when, p. 109, S 224.

ADULTERATION.

Adiiltcriitfd food to be destroyed, p. 824, Act 29.

Butter, ret'ulntion of production of, p. 826, Act 47a.

Cheese, regulation of production of, p. 826, Act 47a.

Cheese. See Cheese.

Cream, regulation of production of, p. 826, Act 47a.

Drugs, adulterated, mislabeled or misbrauded, prevention of mannfactnre, sail-
or transportation of. p. 825, Act 30.

Foods, manufacture, sale or transportation of adulterated, prevention of, p. 824.
Act 29.

Fungicides, regulation of manufacture, sale, adulteration and misbranding of,
p. 827. Act 48.

Guaranties a protection in prosecution for, p. 824, Act 29; p. 827, .\ct 48. S 9.

Ice cream, regulation of production of. p. 82P, .Vet 47a.

Insecticides, regulation of manufacture, sale, adulteration and misbranding of,
p. 827, Act 48.



INDEX. 2369

ADULTERATION (Continued).

Liquors, manufacture, sale or transportation of adulterated, prevention of,

p. 824, Act 29.
Milk, certified, act of 1909 regulating production and sale of repealed, p. 826,

Act 47.
Milk, certified, regulation of production of, p. 826, Act 47a.
Violation of statute against, punishment, p. 824, Act 29.
Wine, act prohibiting adulteration of, and to prevent fraud in manufacture

of, repealed, p. 826, Act 44.

ADULTERY.

Competency of husband or wife as witness, p. 251, § 1322.

Living in state of is a inisdomeanor, p. 196, § 269a.

Living in state of, punishment of, p. 196, § 269a.

Married persons, by, a felony, p. 196, § 269b.

Married persons, by, proof of marriage on prosecution for, p. 196, § 269b.

Married persons, by, punishment of, p. 196, § 269b.

ADVERTISEIHENTS.

Cities authorized to levy tax for advertising, p. 1563, Act 2389a.

County resources, tax for advertising, power of supervisors, p. 582, § 4041,

subd. 33.
Putting on private property without consent, prevention of, p. 834, Act 52.
Putting on public property without consent, prevention of, p. 834, Act 52.
Regulations of advertisements for employees during strikes or lockouts, p. 1409,

Act 2140a.
State officers or board, by, to be under direction of board of control, p. 1603,

Act 2503.

AGENCY.

Insurance companies, for. See Insurance Companies.

AGISTORS.

Lien of, p. 183, § 3051.

AGRICULTURAL PARK.

At Sacramento. See State Agricultural Society; State Fair,

AGRICULTURE. See Horticulture; University of California.

Cereal crops, investigation and experiments for improvement of, p. 842, Act 76.
Commission to investigate European system of rural credits and report, creation

of, p. 845, Act 78c.
Experiment station at Riverside, establishment of, p. 2253, Act 4263b.
Experiment station, establishment of in Imperial county, p. 2255, Act 4263f.
Expert in, governing boards of irrigation, reclamation and drainage districts

authorized to employ, p. 845, Act 78b.
Fertilizers, regulation of sale of, p. 1168, Act 1157.

Insecticides or fungicides, prevention of adulteration of. See Adulteration.
Investigation of nature and means of control of diseases of cultivated plants,

p. 842, Act 77.
Power of attorney to collect wages is revocable at any time, p. 152, § 955.
Smelters. See Smelters.
State agricultural society. See State Agricultural Society.

149



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INDEX.



AGRICULTUBE (Continnedl.

State board of, management and control of, p. 840, Act 67,

State fair. See State Fair.

Statistics, agricultural, collection, compilation and publication of for «tate,

p. 1967, Act 3798c.
Viticulture, experimental and research work in and publicatioa of reiults,

p. 2262, Act 4308.

AIDES-DE-CAMP. See National Guard,

ALAMEDA CITY.

Charter of, amendment of, p. 846, Act 85.
Waterfront of, granting of to, p. 846, Act 86.

ALAMEDA COUNTY.

Assessor, commissions not allowed to for collection of personal property or poll
taxes, p. 815, 5 4290.

Assessor, deputies, clerks and assistants, number, enumermtion, appointment
and salaries of, p. 620, 5 4232. subd. 8.

Assessor, maps, plats and block-books, preparation of and powers and duties
AS to, p. 620, § 4232, subd. 8.

Assessor, no compensation allowed to for making out military-roll, p. 815,
S 4290.

Assessor, salary of, and commissions, p. 620, S 4232, subd. 8.

Auditor, additional assistants, allowance of and report of amount expended
for, p. 618. § 4232, subd. 4.

Auditor, deputies and assistants, number,
aries, p. 618, S 4232, subd. 4.

Auditor, report of, p. 618, i 4232, subd. 4.

Auditor, salary of, p. 618, 5 4232, subd. 4.

Classifioation of, p. 566, J 4006.

Constables, fees and expenses, and how allowed and paid,
subd. 15.

Constables, number and enumeration of, p. 626, { 4232, subd.

Constables, population of townships, how determined, p. 626, 8 4232, subd. 15.

Constables, salaries of, p. 626, | 4232, subd. 15.

Coroner, deputy and stenographer, appointment and eompen<niiiin p. 622,
§ 4232, subd. 10.

Coroner, powers and duties of, p. 622, $ 4232, subd. 10.

Coroner, salary, fees and expenses of, p. 622, S 4232, subd. 10.

Coroner, stenographer, appointment and compensation of, p. 622. J 4232,
subd. 10.

Coroner, stenographer, transcription of testimony constitutes deposition of wit-
nesses, p. 622, § 4232, subd. 10.

County clerk, deputies, clerks and assistants, number, enumeration, appoint-
ment and salaries, p. 616. §4232, sulul. 1.

County clerk, salary of, p. 616, § 4232. subd. 1.

District attorney, deputies, clerks and assistants, number, enumeration, ap-
pointment and salaries, p. 622, § 4232, subd. 9.

District attorney, salary of, p. 622, S 4232, subd. 9.

Fish and game warden, salary and expenses and how paid, p. 594, { 4149d.

Jurors, grand, fees and mileage of. p. 627. § 42T2. subd. 17.

Jurors, trial, fees and mileage of, p. 627, S 4232, lubd. 17,



enumeration, appointment and sal-



p. 626, 5 4232,
15.



INDEX. 2371

ALAMEDA COUNTY (Continued).

Justices, clerk, appointment, oath, powers, duties and bond, p. 624, § 4232,
subd. 14.

Justices, offices for, duty to provide, p. 624, § 4232, subd. 14.

Justices, population of townships, how determined, p. 624, § 4232, subd. 14.

Justices, register, duty to keep, what to show and right of inspection, p. 624,
§ 4232, subd. 14.

Justices, salaries and fees of, p. 624, § 4232, subd. 14.

License collector, receives fifteen per cent of collections, p. 620, § 4232, subd. 7.

Poll and road taxes, commissions for collecting to be allowed county in settle-
ment with state, p. 620, § 4232, subd. 8.

Population of, p. 56."), § 4005c.

Public administrator, fe-s of, p. 623, § 4232, subd. 11.

Recorder, deputies, number, enumeration of and salaries, p. 618, § 4232, subd. 3.

Recorder, monthly report of, p. 618, § 4232, subd. 3.

Recorder, salary and allowances, p. 618, § 4232, subd. 3.

Registrar of voters, salary, fees, allowances, deputies and assistants, pp. 595,
60], § 4149e.

Sheriff, deputies, clerks and assistants, number, enumeration, appointment and
salaries, p. 617, § 4232, subd. 2.

Sheriff, salary and expenses of, p. 617, § 4232. subd. 2.

Special counsel, power to employ, p. 622, § 4232, subd. 9.

Superintendent of schools, deputies and assistants, number, appointment and
salaries, p. 623, § 4232, subd. 12.

Superintendent of schools, salary of, p. 623, § 4232, subd. 12.

Supervisors, expenses of, allowance of, p. 626, § 4232, subd. 16.

Supervisors, salaries of, p. 626, § 4232, subd. 16.

Surveyor, charge for work done, duty as to, p. 624, § 4232, subd. 13.

Surveyor, compensation and expenses, p. 624, § 4232, subd. 13.

Surveyor, maps, plats or block-books, making for county, rights and duties as
to, p. 624, § 4232, subd. 13.

Tax collector, deputies, clerks and assistants, number, enumeration, appoint-
ment, salaries and duties, p. 613, § 4232, subd. 6.

Tax collector, indexes of assessment-roll, powers and duties regarding, p. 613,
§ 4232, subd. 6.

Tax collector, salary of, p. 613, § 4232, subd. 6.

Treasurer, deputies, number, appointment and salaries, p. 619, § 4232, subd. 5.

Treasurer, fees and commissions to be paid into general fund, p. 619, § 4232,
subd. 5.

Treasurer, salary of, p. 619, § 4232, subd. 5.

ALCOHOL. See Intoxicating Liquors.

ALIENS.

Immigration. See Immigration.

Rights, powers and disabilities in relation to acquiring and holding land, p. 848,
Act 128.

ALPINE COUNTY.

Assessor, salary of, p. 815, § 4287, subd. 7.
Auditor, salary of, p. 815. § 4287, subd. 4.
Classification of, p. 570, § 4006.



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INDEX.



ALPINE COXTNTT (Continued).

Constables, fees of, p. 815, } 4287, subd. 14.

Coroner, fees of, p. 815, § 4287, subd. 9.

County clerk, salary of, p. 814, § 4287, 8ubd. 1.

District attorney, salary of, p. 815. § 4287, subd. 8.

Fish and game warden, salary and expenses and how paid, p. 594, S 4149d.

Justices, fees of, p. 815, § 4287, subd. 13.

Population of, p. 566, § 1005c.

Public administrator, fees of, p. 815, S 4287, subd. 10.

Rfcorder, salary of, p. 814, § 4287, subd. 3.

Registrar of voters, salary, fees, allowances, deputies and assistant's, p. 595.

§ 4149e.
Sheriff, sal.iry of, p. 814, J 4287, subd. 2.

Superintendent of schools, salary of, p. 815, J 4287, subd. 11.
Supervisors, compensation and mileaee of, p. 815, { 4287, subd. 15.
Supervisors, compensation as road commissioner, p. 815, § 4287, subd. 15.
Surveyor, fees of, p. 815, § 4287, subd. 12.
Tax collector, salary of, p. 815, § 4287, subd. 6.
Treasurer, salary of, p. 815, § 4287, subd. 5.

ALPINE STATE HIGHWAY.

Course (if, defined, p. 1229, Act 1457e.

Establishment of, p. 1229, Act 1457e.

Supervision, construction, repair and maintenance of, p. 1229, Act 1457e.

AMADOR COUNTY.

Assessor, deputies and salaries of, p. 782, { 4270, subd. 7.

Assessor, salary of, p. 782. § 4270, subd. 7.

Auditor, salary of. p. 781. § 4270. subd. 4.

Classification of, p. 569. § 4006.

Constables, population, how ascertained for purpose of fixing salaries of, p. 782,

§ 4270, subd. 13.
Constables, salaries, expenses and fees of, p. 782, S 4270, subd. 13.
Coroner, fees of, p. 782, § 4270, subd. 9.

County clerk, deputy, appointment and salary of, p. 781, 5 4270, subd. 1.
County clerk, salary of, p. 781, § 4270, subd. 1.
District attorney, salary and expenses, p. 782, 5 4270. subd. 8.
Fish and pame warden, salary and expenses and how paid, p. 594, J 4149d.
Jurors, grand, fees and mileage, p. 782. S 4270, subd. 15.
Jurors, trial, fees and mileage, p. 782, § 4270, subd. 15.
Justices, population, how ascertained for purpose of fixing salaries, p. 783,

§ 4270, subd. 13.
Justices, salaries and fees of, p. 782, § 4270, subd. 13.
Population of, p. 566, J 4005c.

Public administrator, fees of, p. 782, § 4270, subd. 10.
Recorder, salary of. p. 781, § 4270, subd. 3.
Registrar of voters, salary, fees, allowances, deputies and assistants, pp. 599.

601. § 4149e.
Sheriff, salary, expenses, commissions, fees and mileage, p. 781, 5 4270. snbd. 2.
Superintendent of schools, salary and expenses, p. 782, § 4270, subd. 11.
Suiiervisors, compensation as road commissioner, p. 782, § 4270, subd. 14.
Supervisors, salaries and mile.ige. p. 782, 5 4270. subd. 14.
Surveyor to be given all county work, p. 782, § 4270, subd. 12.



INDEX. 2373

AMADOR COUNTY (Continued).

Surveyor, fees of, p. 782, § 4270, subd. 12.

Tax collector, commission.s on licenses collected, p. 782, § 4270, subd. 6.

Tax collector, salary of, p. 782, § 4270, subd. 6.

Treasurer, salary of, p. 781, § 4270, subd. 5.

AMENDMENTS. See Bills of Exceptions; Pleadings.
Constitution, of. See Constitution.
Indictment, of. See Indictment.
Information, of. See Information.

ANDERSON.

Provision for issuance of patent to Peter Anderson for certain land, p. 1724,
Act 2867a.

ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST.

Cutting of fire lanes and tire trails in, p. 1172, Act 1223.
Reforestration of, appropriation for, p. 1172, Act 1223.

ANIMALS. See Game Laws.

County livestock inspector. See Livestock Inspector.

Cruelty to. See Corporations for Prevention of Cruelty to Children and Ani-
mals.

Hog cholera, preparation and distribution of serums and vaccines to prevent,
p. 851, Act 195.

Importation of horses, mules and asses affected with glanders, act of 1911 for
prevention of repealed, p. 851, Act 194.

Importation of horses, mules, asses or cattle aflicted with disease, prevention
of, p. 852, Act 196.

Importation of neat cattle affected with tuberculosis, act of 1911 for preven-
tion of repealed, p. 850, Act 193.

Inspection of horses, mules, asses or cattle before they are brought into state,
p. 852, Act 196.

Jacks. See Jacks.

Lien of persons pasturing, boarding, etc., p. 183, § 3051.

Poundmaster. See Poundmaster.

Rabies or other diseases dangerous to human beings, prevention of introduction
of, p. 854, Act 196a.

Sheep. See Sheep.

Stallions. See Stallions.

Veterinary surgery. See Veterinary Surgery.

APARTMENTS.

Act regulating building and occupancy of tenements. See Tenement Houses.

APPEALS. See Bills of Exceptions.

Attorney's fee in probate, appeal from order making allowance on account of,

p. 83, § 1616.
Costs, prevailing party entitled to, p. 45, § 1027.
Costs, what allowed as, p. 45, § 1027.
Costs, where judgment is modified, p. 45, § 1027.

Criminal case, eflfeet of failure to fili application in time, p. 249, § 1247.
Criminal case, filing grounds of appeal, time for, p. 249, § 1247.



2374 INDEX.

APPEALS (Continued).

Crjminal case, transcription of testimony, proceedings in relation to. P- 249,

§ 1247.
In probate proceedings. See Estates of Decedents.
Justices' courts, in. See Justices' Courts.

Notice of, nerd not be served on party defaulting or not appearing, p. 30, § 650



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