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H06EMEK. SeeJ^mnMrrfs.
HOSPITAL. SeeJjytefiK.

fbr small pox, regulatioBa eoneening, S78,

sec. 4.

HOUSE OF RKPRBSENTAnVEB, pay of

members. 687, sec. 20.
HOUSE OF CORRECTION, fbr county or town,
how provided, 288. sec. 1.
if no house provided, commoB Jall^to be, 968,

sec. 2.
ofllcers 0^ how appoJnted, and by-laws, MB,

sec. 1.
persons sent to, how punished, 208, see* 1.
vagrants and other disorder^

be committed to, 288, sec 2.
Justices of the peace may commit <

268, sec 8.

penons found committing olftiioeB Btty be
committed, 209, sec 6*
convicted may appeal, 266, sec 4.
HOUSES, gaming. See Oanring,
lioensea. See lAeenud homsea.
HUSBAND AKD_WIF£,wifb deaerted, mav



hold property to i
sec. X.



may dispose of same, 880, sec 1, 8.

property to be sold by order of Judge of
probate, 880, sec. 2.

proceeds of such sale, how applied, 880,
sec. 2.
wUSb holding property In her own right may
make contracts, sue and be sued, 880,
sec. 8.

wife dying, husband to have no ahare, 880,
sec 8.
wife of alien, or citiaen of another sCateu liv-
ing separate from the huAand, rights

afler divorce, rights of, 881, sec. 6.
wifb, conveyance by and to, how made, hus-
band under guardianship, 881, sec. 9.
may Join with husband in conveyanoeof
realestote,881,8ecl0.
in release of dower, though not of age,
881, sec 10.
may devise her real estate, 881, sec U.
will of not to aifect rl^ts of husband, 881,

sec. 11.
may hold to her own use propotv devised
or conveyed afler marriage, 888, see. 18.
oonveyuice of in such cases, to be record-
ed, 882, sec. 14.
may sue and be sued in relation to her aap-
arate property, 882, sec. 16.
husband coming into this State «nd oohabl-
ting with wife, rights of, 880, sec 6. '
not to convey property to wift, 888, aec
16.
wlflB of alien, living separate, fbroible re-
moval of child by husband fbrbJdden,
881, sec. 7.
in such cases, court to iasne Injunotlos,
881, see. 8.
may appoint guardian, 881, sec 8.
may make decrees necessary to secure
custody of such child, 881, sec. 8.
agreement may be made befbre marriage
that wife shall hold property to her sepa-
rate use, 882, sec. 12.
wifb dying intestate, rights of husband, 888,

husband to take administration, 882, sec 17-
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HUSBAKD AND WIFE. (OmtmnMi.)

wift apon petttton of^ fupeiior ooortto ap.

point trostee, 888, bm. xB.
to convey nroperty to troitee in sooh oaae,

riffhto, powers and dntiet of snoh tnutee,

property assii^ed to raeb truttee liable to
attachment 888. sec. 18.
wife, how alboted by proyidoni relating to

limitationt of actions, 461, sec. 8.
Inisband abeent from State, property may

be sold for support of wile and eblld, 885,

seo.7.
both nnder gnardlanship, powers and duties

of jniardlan in relation to sale, 887, see. 28.
ziKhUandliabiliUesof,in and to mills and

mill dams, 290, sec. 6.
Bee .DMwrec, Marriage and Hamtsttad,

IDIOT Inoladed in the words " intane " or in-
sane " jMTM*," 46, sec. 15.
n>I«£RS. See Hmaes of Corrtetum.

wmj be set to work or bound oat, 168, sec.

HXSGrriMATE children. See Butatd CkO-

settlement d^ 156, sec. 1.
DCPOGTENCr, a canse of divorce, 877, sec. 8.
IMFOUNDING. See JPswiMis.
IMFSISONMENT, limitation of action for, 461,

solitwy, how iniileted, 674, sec. U.

for lifA, consequences of, 575, sec. 17.

fislse, bow punished, 545, see. 15.

on execution. See Arrnt.
nrCEST defined, how punished, 660, sec. 7.
INDENTURES. See jlfpreniteu.
INDEX oi attachments, town cleric to keep, 409,

OnPIcriiENTto be in the English language,

462, sec. 1.
in what cases necessary, 573, sec. 1.
copy of, to be giren on capital trial, 578,

sec 8.
on second or third conviction, 674, sec. 16.
to allege intent to defhiud, how, 575, sec. 21.
for treason, limitation ol, 648, aec. 8.
for peijury, how to set fbrth ofibnce, 665,

sec. 4.
of public offloers for taking illegal ftes. 662,

INFBGTioUS DISEASES. See HkaUh Offiun.



INHABITANTS, meaning of word, 44, sec 5.
axable where they reud " '

AprU, 117, sec. 16.



taxable where they reude on the first day of



itrSOLYXNT ESTATES. {Qnttkimtd,)

Action Of review may be prosecuted, 410, sec. 0.

JOtHmiftraiion on estate of deceased resident

of another state, how to proceed, 414, sec.

26.

ApptaU from commissioners, 415, sec 1; 417,

sec 16.
Clainuj notice to be given of time and place of
meeting for aliowanoe of, 412, sec 2.
time for bringing in, 412, sec. 8.
not payable to be allowed, 412, sec 7.
interest on, now allowed, 412, sec 8.
mutual, to DC set olf, 418, sec. 9.
of administrator, how allowed, 418, sec

16, 17.
preferred, what are, 414. sec. 18, 19.
may be submitted to referees, 416, sec 12.
depending on contingency, not barred, 415,

sec. 14.
when barred, 417, sec 16.
allowed in another state, proceedings, 414,
sec. 27.
i CoiUUenU seeuntjfy value of, to be estimated, 418,
sec 10.
Cl9mf»m9f0««r«, one or more to be appointed,
412, sec. 1.
to give notice of time and i^aoe of hearing,

to be sworn, 412, sec. 5.

to swear witnesses and examine oredltor,

412, sec. 6.
what demands to allow, 412, sec 7.
to allow interest, 412, sec 8.
to allow ofl^ts, 418, sec. 9.
to estimate collateral security, 418, sec. 10.
further time may be given tc 418, sec 12.
incapacitated. Judge to substitute, 418, sec

18.
to make report, 418, sec U.
errors may be corrected by, 418, sec 15.
not to allow claims of administrator, 418,

sec. 16.
to allow preferred claims, 414, sec 19.
compensation of, 414, sec 24.
appeal from, 415, sec 1; 417, sec 16.
(Joatty now allowed, 416, sec 8.
Cnduor holding security, proceedings, 418, sec

10.
may be examined on oath, 412, sec. 6.
may contest claim of administrator, 41S,

sec 17.
may appeal, proceedings, 415, sec 1 ; 417,



to have coutribution when property levied
npra fbr taxes, 188, sec 18.
INJUNCTIONS, jurisdiction of, by superior
court, 484, sec. 10.
against suspended banks, 884, sec 2L
creditors of banks, 826, sec 81.
railroads, 848, sec. 48.
insurance companies, 878, sec 12, 18.
to stay levy of executions, 504, sec 1, 2, 8.
INOCULATION. See SmaU Fox.
INQUEST. See Coroner.
INQUISITION of insanity, when to be had, 885,

sec 10, 11.
INSANE, who are deemed, 45, sec 15.

guardian of, to be appointed, upon inquisi-
tion, 885, sec 10, 11.
how alTected by limitation of actions, 461,

see. 8.
offenders acquitted, how disposed of, 675,
576,seca,29.
how supported at a^lum, 576, sec. 26, 80.
how discharged, 576. sec. 26. 81.
committed to custody of fiiend, how, 576,
sec. 27.
offenders may plead guilty by reason of in-
sanity, 576, sec 28.
89e Asvhtm.
nrsOLYENT ESTATES, aotion agalnrt, not to
be proaecnted, 410, sec 8.



Decree of insolvency, when made, 412, sec 1.
JHvidend, how made, 414, sec 20, 22.
Imane persons, estates ot, may be settled as in-
solvent, 888, sec 80.
SettUmcnt of; where no property, 414, sec. 26.
apendtknfUjjgUtM of, may be settled as insol-

vent, 888, sec. 80.
amretieej not liable fbr sum decreed, unless, 416,
sec 16.
INSPECTION of beef and pork, 226, sec 1 ; 281,
sec. 29.
of butter and lard, KL sec. 1 ; 288, sec 16.
of hops, 288, sec. 1 ; 285, sec 14.
of fish, 286, sec. 1; 240, sec 26.
of pot and pearl ashes, 240, sec 1; 242, sec

of lumber, timber, fro., 248, sec 1 ; 246, sec

of fl'our,228, sec. 1 : 226, sec 0.
INSPECTOkS. term of office of; 222, sec 1, 2.

how appointed, 222, sec. 2.

to be sworn and give bonds, 228, sec. A.

to appoint deputies, 228, sec 4.

to administer oaths, 228, sec 6.

vacaucy in office ofl deputy to act, 228, sec. 6.

include deputiee, 228, sec. 7.
INSUBANCE COMMISSIONERS, appointment
and term of office of, 872, sec. 7.

may be removed firom office, 872, sec 8.

to examine insurance companies. 8732iieo. 9.

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INSUBANCECOlOaSSIOVEBS. {Qmimutd,)
oompMiMtloii of, 878t nc. 10.
eomptnies, volnntary, for matnal inninnoe
Mninst flre, 865, mc. 1.
mmy flmit bnainen to towns, 871, mo. 1.



of, not liable to UMnmeDt be-
yond amount of premium notet, 871,
aeo.2.
may insure againtt damage by lightning,

871, see. 8.
in other states, doing business in this State,

liabilities, 871, sec. 4 : 871. sec. 6.

agents of, duties and liabilities, 872, see. 6.

injunotions against, 878, sec. 12, 18.

actions against, for losses by Are, 468, sec. 2.

members of, may be witnesses, 486, sec. 12.

life, 874. chap. 1£6.

INTESEST. rate of, 480, sec. 2.

at what rate, usury, 480, sec. 2.

at higher than legal rate, deduction how

made, 481, see. 8.
when not usury, 481, sec. 4.
on execution to he collected, 486, sec. 6.
on prison bonds allowed, 607, sec. 9.
on redemption of land sold for taxes, 128,
sec. 11 : 129, sec. 16.
IirrESTATE ESTATES. Bt» AdmimUimiom.
UTVENTORY of estates of persons deoeasei .
blanks for, to be f^imished appralsera, 806,

sec. 6.
how made, 8B6, sec 6; 406, sec. 2, 8.
not to include, what, 406, see. 8.
to be filed, 406, seel,
of polls and estate, to he returned to secre-
tary of state, 1S2, sec. 1. 4.
to contain fooongs of polls and property,

122, sec. 2.
blanks for, to be furnished. 128, sec. 6.
abstracts of, to be furnished legislature,

128, sec. 6.
penalty for not returning, 128, sec. 4<
secretary of state to give information of

neglect to return, 128, sec. 6.
limifation of prosecution for neglect to re-
turn. 128, sec. 6.
HTVOICE of poUs and property to be taken in

April, 118, sec. 1.
" ISSUE " includes whom, 46, sec. 16.

JAIL to be kept in each county. 677, sec. 1.
court ot common pleas to have the care of^

677, sec. 2.

inquire into state of, 677, sec. 2.
take all necessary precautions against es-
cape or sickness of prisoners, 677, sec. 2.

sheriirto be keeper of, 678, sec. 8.
Jailers to be appointed over, 678, sec. 4.
escape ttom, sherilf liable for, 678, see. 8.
United States prisoners maybe committed

to. when, 678, sec. 10.
shall be used as a house of correction, whan,

670, sec. 11.
prisoners in. unable to pay fine and costs,
how discharged, 679, sec. 12.

remored to another jail, when, 679, sec 1&

expense of such removal, how paid, 679,
sec. 14.
of StralTord county shall be deemed the Jail

of Belknap ana Carroll counties, until,

679, see. 16.
JAILERS, the sherllT shall appoint one or more,

678, sec. 4.

in the absence or disability of, sherilf shall
hare custody of jail, 678. sec. 4.

shall provide prisoners with necessary sus-
tenance, Itc, 678, sec. 6.

shall be allowed reasonable compensation
for support of prisoners, 678, sec. 6.

defyaudlng any prisoner of his allowance,
penalty, o78, sec. 6.

not allowing reasonable sustenance, fro.,
penalty, 678, sec. 6.

to return to court ft certified list of prison-
(US, 678, see. 7.



JAILERS. (Omiumed.)

to veoelTe prisoners takm Ibr taxes, 126, see.

9.
ftes of, 691. sec. 16.
JOIKT demands, estate of party deeeaaed lidde
on. 410, sec. 14.
administrator or guardian, suits betwecBy

411, sec. 16.
repolotions. s^le ot 47, see. 4.
JOIHT TENANTS, who are, 287, sec. 8.

actions between, 469, sec. 6, 7.
JOURNALS, certified copy of, to be lodged with
secretary of state, «BL sec. 6.
ly of, to be prepared for the prev, 48, bm.



to whom distributed, 48, sec. 7; 49, sec. 8.
blanks, laws and packages, how dJatribnted,
€6, sec. 8.
JUDGE OF PROBATE. See Omctt ^ pn ia ti .
Birtitum qf recti estate,
to appoint guardian upon whom notice shall
be served in certain cases upon petitian for
highways, 186. sec. 4.
to order property sold Ibr benefit of wifr ta

ease ol^desertion by husband, 880, see. 2.

to appoint guardian in certain oases, 884, see.

1,4; 886. sec 10, 18.

JUDGES shall deposit in the office of the seo*-

tary of statoa certificate of age. 71, sec L

shall not hold ofllce after seren^ yean of

age, 71. sec. 2.
of superior court, salary oi; 686, see. 6.
of court of common pleas, saUay oif; 8B6,

sec. 8.
of circuit Judge, salarr of; 665, sec 7.
of probate, sdary of, 686. sec. 12.
JUDGMENT to be rendered in dollars and cenis,
490, seel,
on nonsuit, 479, sec 2.
on default, 479, sec. 8.
on complaint for negleet to enter action, 499^

sec. 1.
before justioe, where no penonal ssrrioe,

480, sec. 8.
conditional, where value of bettenoents
found, 4Siy sec. 7.
on mortgages, 4^ sec. 11.
in case of set-oli; 488, sec. 11.

usury, 491, sec. 8.
in action for recovery of penalty or fttftit-

nre, 491, see. 8-10.
before justice, scire fhcias on, may behroa^

in court of common pleas, 469. sec. 8.
action on, may be maintained, levy fidliqCf
469, sec. 4.
limited, 461, see. 6.
of superior court may be spedal. 486, sec 18.
JUDICIAL DI8TRICTO in Graflon coon^,

76, 76, sec. 12-14.
JUGGLERS, punishment ofl 268, see. 2.
JURISDICTION. See Qmru, FbHee amrts and

Justices of the peace.
JURORS, list of, to be made annually by seleet-
men, 446, see. 1.
by selectmen in city wards, 448, sec 24.
number of names list to contain. 446, sec 2.
who are exempt fkrom serving, 447, sec 8.
box containing names to be kept by town
clerk, 447, see. 4.
may be revised if more names wanted, 447,
sec. 6.
number directed by the court, 447, sec 6.
▼enires issued by clerk to town clerics, 4^,
sec. 7.
to clerks of city wards. 449, sec 26.
service of; by derk and sheriH; 447, cec 8.
drawing of, how conducted, 447, sec 10.

notice ot to be given, 447, sec 9.
drawn, to be notified. 448, sec 14.
persons drawn as, ix diaqualifled, proceed-
ings, 448, sec. 11.
not to be placed In box again fbr two

years, 448, sec 12.
tolw certified on baok of Tenire, 448, sec U.



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JCTBOBS. (Qmtimud.)

may be wlected wmlo eonrt In aessloii, 448,

seo. 16.
talesmen maj be retomed by aheiiiT, 448,

see. 21.
interest in eanie disqnalifles, 448, seo. 22.
neglect of, to attend, penalty. 448, see. 18.

doty as to, by clerk, sheriff or town clerk,
penalty, 448, seo. 17.

selectmen, penalty, 448, sec. 19.
ftmod of town clerk in drawing, penalty,

448, seo, 20.
and grand Jarora, form of oath of, 449, sec.

2a

ftes of, 681, sec. 20, 21.
before coroner. See Coroner,
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Actions in cIyU
cases, how tried, 442, sec. 1, 2.
abatement of, if reversed in C C. Fleas,
when tried, 442. sec. 10.
Adjownmeni of cases by Justice, 442, seo. 12.

another Justice on continuance, 442, sec. 18.
Appeal in civil cases. 442, sec. 6.

when must be claimed, 442, sec. 7.

party appealing must recognize, 442, sec. 7.

copies to be furnished by appellant, 442,

sec. 8.
costs on, when recovered, 442, sec. 6, 11.

Judgment affirmed, 442, sec. 9.
in criminal cases, allowed when, 568, sec. 2.
recognizance upon, 668, sec. 2.
in cases of larceny, 561, seo. 27.
Cdmmitmeni by, when, 564, sec. 8, 6.

of fugitives from Justice, 667, sec. 2, 8.
Co9^/ession of debt before, 687, sec. 17.

of debt before, to be recorded, 588, sec. 18.
Copies to be filed in criminal cases, 664, sec. 4.
Costs in criminal cases, how paid, 666, sec. 21.
Mxamination may be postponed, 564, sec. 7.

of fugitives from fustice, SoT, 9ec. 2.
SxeeutioHS on former judgments may be issued

after commission expired, 443, sec. 18.
Files in civil cases, 688, sec. 1.
in criminal cases, 589, sec. 2.
in case of references, 537, sec. 14.
fbr solemnizing marriages, 876, sec. 7.
Fines to be paid over to town or county, 664,

sec. 11.
Jmisdietion in civil cases^ 442, sec. 1.

of pleas in questions of land title, 442, seo.

a

trespass, 442, sec. 2.
may solemnize marriages. 876, sec. 6.
solemnizing marriage without certificate,

penalty, 8i6, seo. 9.
duty of, upon arrest of debtor on mesne
process, 477, sec. 9.

in trustee suits. Qee TVustee process.

upon confession of debt, 687, sec. 17 ; 688,
sec 18.
in criminal eases^ to hear and determine in

what cases, 668, sec. 1.
to allow appeals, how, 668, sec. 2.
to bind over or commit oflbnders, when,

664. sec. a
to file copies with clerk of court, 664, sec. 4.
to recognize witnesses, 664, sec. 6.
to commit upon refusal to recognize, 664,

sec. 6.
may postpone examination, 664, sec. 7.
may apprehend on view of breach of peace,

may \>ind over to keep the peace, 564, seo.

9.
proceedings before, to be on complaint

sworn to, 664. sec. 10.
to pay over fines and forfeitures, 664, sec.

may grant search warrants, when, 666, sec.

may authorize disinterment, 665, sec. 14.
may authorize arrest of offender escaping

from another county, 666, sec. 16, 16.
throughout the State, powers of; 666, tee.

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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. ( Continued.)
Jurisdiction in crimhtal caus :

to declare recognizance forfeited, when,

666, sec. 20.
costs of; how paid, 666, sec. 21.
duty of, in relation to fugitives. See IV

gttives.
in cases of larceny, 651, sec. 27.
Justice^ meaning of word, 44, sec. 10.

not to be counsel for either party, 448, see.

Justices throughout the State, powers of, in

criminafcases, 666, sec. 17, 18.
Landlord and tenant. See Landlord and tenasU.
Officers. See Officen. Skeriff.
Penalty tor solMnnlzlng marriage without oeiv

tiflcate, 876, sec. 9.
Pleas of land title to be transfbiTed to C. C

Pleas, 442, sec. 4.
Poor dd>tors. See DcbtorSy poor.
Recognizmtee on appeal in criminal oases, 668,
sec. 2.
duty of Justice, if forftited, 666, see. 20.
of witnesses, 664, sec. 5, 7.
on neglect to give, commitment, 664, seo. 6.
of fugitives £u>m Justice, 567, sec. a
Record of official^ths to be kepi 72, sec. 8.
to be returned to secretary of state, 72, seo.

Records of all proceedings to be kept, 448, seo.

copies of, valid, 448, see. 19.

in case of death to be returned to O. C.

Pleas, 448, sec. 16.
in case of removal fh>m county, 448, seo.
17.
References. See Reference of Disputes.
Search warrants may be granted, when, 666,

sec. 12, 18.
Sureties to keep the peace, 664. sec. 8, 9.
Warrant on Judgment In criminal cases, 668,
sec. 1.
to commit to Jail, on refusal to reoogniae,

664, sec. 6.
on complaint, 664, seo. 10.
against fugitive from another county, 666,

sec. 16.
by Justice throughout the State, 666, see.

against fugitives fh)m Justice, 666, sec. 1.
Witnesses may DC recognized, 664, sec. 6, 7.

See Witnesses.
Writ. See Writ.

KEEPER of the state house and state house

yard,51, sec. 1.
KIDNAPPING, punishment of, 646, sec. 16.
KILLING animals, punishment of, 648, seo. 11.
KIN. See Paupersy Descent .

LANDS, meaning of word, 46, see. 17.
non-resident, now taxed, 117, seo. 12.
State, commissioners of, bow appointed, 68,
sec. 1.
to make report of doings. 64, seo. 6.
comnensation of, 64, sec. 4.
sale of, 64. seo. 2.
deeds of, now recorded, 64, see. 8.
expenses of surveying, how paid, 64, seo. 4.
trespass on, penalhr, 526, sec. a
LANDLORD AND TENANT, action against
tenant, how brought, 584, sec. 8.
Aetion^ form of writ in, 584, sec. 8.
writ in, what to contain, 684, sec 8.

service of, 684, sec 9.
sustained, Judgment for possession xvnder-
ed, 684, seo. 10.
writ of possession to issue, 684, see. 11.
Ikiling, defendant entitled to costs, 684,

to be entered in court of common pleas

when title questioned, 586, sec. la
mar be pursued at common law, 586, see.



Appeal lOlowed, 686, seo. 17.



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LANDLORD AND TENAITT. (OmUmnmiK.)
AppeOant not entering Hipe«l, elfeot, 686, no.
21.



to prodnoe copies, 686, eeo. SO.
not producing copies, e" ' "



^ . , elTeot, 686, sec ai.
to reomiae. 586, sec. 18, 19.
mav oirerany evidence in court of common
pleas, 686, sec. 20.
Common Imw remedy may be pnrsned, 686, sec.

Cfeneral itnu. title not to bo questioned nnder,

684, sec. 18.
Judgment af uinst delinidant on reftual to re-
oocnize, 686, sec. 16.
party agi^eved by, may appeal, 686, sec.

17.
to be affirmed, on neglect to enter appeal,
686, see. 21.
Laast at vfiU, how terminated, 688, sec. 1 ; 684,
• sec. 6.
what to be deemed, 684, sec 6.
rent on, how payable, 6M, sec. 6.
Notiet to be giren tenant or occupant, 688, sec.

what deemed saffleient, 684, sec. 2, 8.

upon yiolation of written lease, 684, sec. 8.
Aksiempift, how recovered, M4, sec. 7.

writ of; form, 684, sec. 11.
Tenancy at n^fferanee^ how terminated, 688, sec.

Tnumey at imtf, how terminated, 688, no. 1.
what to be deemed, 684, sec. 6.



Titk not to be aaestloned nnder general issne,
684, sec. 18.
questioned, defendant to reoogniia, (
sec. 14.
Writ of summons m«y be issued, 684, sec 8.
what to set forth, 684, sec. 8.
nrvioe of, 684, sec. 9.
of possession may be issued, 684, sec. 11.
form of. 684, sec. 11.
LABCENT in buildings, 640, sec. 10.
firom the person, 64», sec. 12.
of cattle and other animals, 648, sec 18.
of money, goods and chanels, 619, sec. 14;

661, sec. 26.
of deeds, records, frc, 649, sec. 16.
of property of less value than twenty dol<

lars, punishment, 649, sec. 16.
of property at fires, penalty, 268, sec 7.
of floating timber, punishment, 807, sec 9.
person convicted of, owner to hare '

ment for value of property, 660, sec.
offfoods bailed for specaflc purpose, 661, sec.

receiver of goods obtained by, to be pnn]sh<
ed, 660, sec. 17.
LARD. Qte Butter and Lard.
LA8CIVI0USN£SS, how punished, 669, sec 8.
LAWS, exchange oj^ 48. sec. 8.

blanks. Journals (and paokagea, how dlstrib-

uted«u6« sec. 8.
publication and distribution of, 47, sec 2, 48,
sec. 6.
of, in newspapers, compensation-* 48, sec. 4.
LEASE for more than nven years, to be attest-
ed, acknowledged and recorded, 28Meo. 4.
may be morded In another county, 289, sec.

6.
not acknowledged, how proved, lessor in-
sane, dead or abnnt. 2e9, sec. 8.
witnesses insane, dead or absent, 289, sec.

If lesnr raflises to acknowledge, 289, sec.

See L amdlm d and Tntant,
LEATHER, stamped by maker, 6fltet,246,8eo. 8.
penalty Ibr stamping thtudulently , 246, sec. 4.
LEGACY not defeated by disnizln, 400, sec. 8.
LEGATEE, deceased, heirs of, to take estate de-
Ttoed, 400, sec. 11.
to make oontribntioii, when, 400, sec 10; 428,

aacl4w
to give receipt on payment of legacy, 4S8,
sec. 16.



LEGATEE. {Oonihuud.)

to give bond if required, 425, sec 9.
renduary, bonds by, 406, sec 18.
LEGlSLAtURE, pay of memhan oI;S87,sk.

1ft— 21.
actual days of attendance oaly alloned, 07,

sec. 26.
statement of number of days to be taaUbai

clerk, 687, sec. 26.
notice of petitions to, 46, sec I« 2.

how served, 46, sec 8.
Joint resolutions, htfW passed by, 47, seel
unfinished bnsineM m, how dwpesw! U,C,

see. 6.
committees of, may administer oath, 47, s».

6.

clerks oiVto depodt papers, 47, sec 6.
LEGITIMATE CHILDRiBW, ssttkmsBtoC Sse

LEVY^^cecutions. See Bxeeutiane.

tailing, action may be brooglit on jndgm nf ,
469jjec.4.
LEWDNESS, how punished, 6G9, sec 8.
LIBEL Ibr divorce See Diccrte.
for forfeiture of goods to be filed, i
where, 640, sec. 2.
LIBRART, state, secretary of state, c
librarian of; 62, sec. 1.
to appoint deputy, 62, sec 1.
state, librarian and deputy libtariaa ci; du-
ties, 68, sec 2.
compensation of. 62, sec. 1.
committee on, and' duties, 68, sec & 8.
books for, how purchased, 68, sec a, 7.
appropriation for, 68, sec. b.
may be taken from, how,62, esc 8.
when returned, 62, sec 4.
LICENSE of tavemera and retailera, 289, oIm^
128.
of hawkers and pedlera, 28l2diap. IJOl



Ibr shows and exhibitioners, chap-lfiL
for firing guns in streets. 282, sec 6.
for pest-housCs, 276, sec 4.
to builders to occupy streeta, 268» sec 8.

to be recorded, 268, sec 9.
for the erection of gates on highway*, 16l»

sec 8.
of administrator to sell rsal estate, 417— 119,
sec. 1-14.
personal estate, 406, sec 6.
LICENSED HOUSES, to seU wine and spWta-
OUB liquorsL 270, sec. 6.
licenn must be recorded, 870, sec 7.
fees of clerks for recording license,27M8C 8.
penalty fbr selling without license, 270, ssc

6.
licenn may be revoked by s electmen, 288,

sec 4.
Itanitation of licenn, 270, sec 10.
complaint for vioUtion, and proceedings,

270, sec. 9.
tavemers of good moral charactsr may be
licensed, 269, sec 1.
shall at all tlmn be fbmished with suita-
ble accommodations, 209, sm. 2.
penalty for not being fhmished,289, sec 1
tippling, gaming and disorderly coadnet
rorbidden. 270, sec 8.
LIEN of persons taxed for property of othan.
118,nc.l8. *-! - '

of ooUector on property taxed, 126, sec 18.
of persons performing labor on vesnis, 2K,
seel,
how secured, 296, sec. 2.
of mechanics upon buildings, and eoBttea-
ance of lien, 296. sec 8.
when to attach, 286, lec 4, 6.
may be secured by attachment, 296, see 6.



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