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ABDUCTION
Unlawful taking girl under fourteen years of age

323
Unlawful taking child under ten years of age

323
Receiving, concealing, or harboring such child .

323
Taking or detaining a woman with intent to marry, or carnally know her.

323
ACTION-

In action for charge of incest, adultery, etc., against female, special damages need
not be alleged or proved

141
For seduction, allowed without allegation or proof of loss of service.

141
For wrongful distress of property, allowed without allegation or proof of malice. 141
For striking with colts, brass-knucks, etc. .

141
City liable for acts of mob.

141
In favor of widow or minor children of a person killed by the wanton or malicious
use of fire-arms, etc.

142
Against persons inducing minor to ride in a race .

142
Against persons owning animal affected with glanders

142
Causes of action which survive...

179
Persons killed or injured by railroads

550, 551
Action must be brought within twelve months

631
ADJUTANT GENERAL-
Allowed postage on official business. .

196
Must keep account of postage and verify same

197
Allowed rent for office .

197
Porter of Quarter-Master General to act as porter for Adjutant General and Register

of Land Office..
List of members of volunteer company to be forwarded to

662
Shall order elections to fill vacancies in State Guard.

663
Shall form board to examine qualification of officers .

664
ADMINISTRATORS-
See Executors and Administrators

440
ADULTERY

In action for charge of adultery against female, special damages need not be alleged
or proved. .

141
Adultery forfeits dower .

373
Husband living separate from wise in adultery, forfeits his claim to her estate .
ADULTERATING FOOD, DRINK, ETC.-

Fraudulently adulterating food, drink, drugs, or medicine
Selling unwholesome food, bread, or drink.
Adulterating or diluting milk, or selling skimmed milk, or milk from animals fed
with “still slop” or “ brewers' slop".

347
ADVANCEMENTS
Advancements to be charged and descendants to be made equal.

374
Advancements to be valued when property given .

374
If not given as a portion or settlement, not to be charged.

374
Not to be taken as to part of decedent's estate in estimating distributable share of
widow.

374
When advancement deemed satisfaction devise.

836

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373

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346
346

FAGE

ADVERTISEMENTS-

Circuit court or court of common pleas may authorize newspapers to publish legal
advertisements

143
Affidavit of editor, printer, publisher, or proprietor, evidence of publication. 143
Advertising lottery, etc., how punished

352
Penalty for defacing or tearing down.

363
ALIENS-

See Naturalization ...
Upon what conditions they may become citizens

42
Estate purchased by alien, who afterwards becomes citizen, not liable to be escheated, 1o
When alien friend may inherit, etc. .

191
Alien wife or child of a citizen may take and hold real or personal estate

191
Alien of a friendly State may hold estate for temporary purposes

191
Heir may take real estate, though ancestor through whom he derives descent is an
alien

192
Alien may be distributee as though he were a citizen

371
Aliens, when time allowed to sell lands by treaty .

409
APPEALS TO COURT OF APPEALS-

Ilave appellate jurisdiction over final orders and judgments of all other courts,
unless otherwise provided for . .

311
No jurisdiction is less than $50, exclusive of interest and cost

311
Nor to reverse judgment granting a divorce .

311
Or punishing a contempt .

ZIT
Nor from county court, quarterly court, police court, or justice of the peace.

311
Nor from a bond having the force of a judgment .

311
In bastardy cases from circuit court ,

103
In ferry cases from circuit court .

479
Tax on appeals to ...
From circuit court in road and gate cases.

772, 708
APPEALS TO THE CIRCUIT COURT-

From all order and judgments of the quarterly court in civil cases, when value in
contest, exclusive of interest and cost, is ten dollars or over

312
In bastardy cases

163
In ferry cases from county court

479
In ferry cases from county court

485
Tax on appeals to .
From county courts in road and gate cases .

772,
From county court of claims rejecting a claim.

273
APPEALS TO QUARTERLY COURTS-
From police courts

312
From city courts.

312
From mayor's courts.

312
From justices of the peace

312
In ferry cases.

485
Tax on appeals

714
APPRAISERS-

See Executors and Administrators .
Fees allowed them .

475
APPRENTICES
See Master and Apprentice . .

653
ARBITRATION AND AWARD-
What controversies may be submitted to arbitration .

143
Submission, how made.

143
Form of covenant of parties.
Award, how to be made
Duty of arbitrators.
No award to be set aside for want of form
Courts of equity have power over awards
Fees of arbitrators .

472

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ARSON-
Person guilty of, how punished. .

327
Burning court-house, county or public prison, clerk's office, Capitol of the State, or
any office, etc., or surveyor's office, etc. .

327
Burning warehouse, church, powder-house, store-house, etc.

327
Burning personal property .

327
Burning dwelling-house or any charitable institution.
Penalty where death ensues .
Penalty for attempting to burn

Burning, or attempting to burn, any house within the walls of the penitentiary
ASSAULT AND BATTERY
Actions for, cease or die with the person injured or injuring

179
Assault with intent to rob, how punished

324
With brass-knuckles, colts, slung-shots, etc., damages allowed

141
ASSESSOR-
See Revenue and Taxation

718
ASSIGNMENTS-

Of bonds, bills, etc., vests right of action in assignee, but not to impair offsets, etc.,
before notice

249
In action on assignment necessary to aver consideration

250
Only the consideration actually paid shall be recovered

250
Promissory note payable to obligor, and by him indorsed, shall operate as a promise
to pay, and recovery had

251
Every person signing his name on back of promissory note deemed and treated as
assignor

251
In contemplation of insolvency

488, 490
ASYLUM FOR DEAF AND DUMB-

See Lunatic Asylums.
Commissioners a body-politic, and name.

144
Authority and power of commissioners

145
Funds and effects—by whom controlled and how applied .

145
General duty of commissioners .

145
Statement of property, funds, etc., to be furnished Governor

146
Board to appoint superintendent and teachers

146
Not less than a majority of the board to constitute a quorum

146
Grants to, when valid. .

188
Superintendent annually to furnish Superintendent of Public Instruction statement
of institution

214
Penalty for burning or attempting to burn
Report of to be printed .

706
Exempt from taxation

713
ATTACHMENTS-
May recover for wrongful suing out of, without proof of malice

141
Wages of laborers exempt to extent of $50 .

432
For rent, when it

may
issue.

602
Before whom to be returned.

602
Upon what it may be levied.

604
Double damages for illegal attachment

607
Property exempt from execution, exempt from distress or attachment for rent, ex-
cept in certain cases.

609
Sheriff may attach for taxes

736
ATTORNEY GENERAL-

To prosecute motions against attorneys for failing to pay over money collected by
them.

149
To give opinion in writing to any officer touching his duties .

153
To prepare contracts, etc., for public use

153
To attend to all cases in behalf of the Commonwealth.

153
To institute suits for demands payable at the Treasury.

153
May prosecute appeals, when .

153
Salary and perquisites .

153
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148

ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued.

Opinion of Attorney General to be given Superintendent of Public Instruction,
effect of.

215
Compose part of board of education,
His fee in bastardy cases on appeal.

163
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-
No one convicted of treason or felony allowed to practice . . .

147
Before license granted must have certificate of good character from county court 147
How license obtained from circuit judge

147
How license obtained from judges of Court of Appeals .

148
No one to practice without license and until he has taken oath.

148
Penalty for practicing without license.

148
Liability for unskillful or negligent discharge of duty
Duty of attorney for Commonwealth to prosecute suit against

148
Failing to attend to business, must refund fee

148
May be suspended for not paying over money :

149
Demand must be made, and limitation of motion

149
Attorney for Commonwealth, county attorney, and Attorney General, to prosecute
motion.

149
Not allowed to keep his office in clerk's office .

149
Penalty for keeping office in clerk's office.

149
County julge may keep his law office in his office of county judge

142
Trustee of jury íund not to practice law in his county.

149
Liens on claims or demands put in their hands.

149
Non-resident attorneys may practice in this State.

150
Governor authorized to employ in all cases not provided by law.

154
Allowance to attorney for taking depositions for the State

195
Not to be accepted as surety for personal representative or guardian.

447
ATTORNEY FOR THE COMMONWEALTH-

To prosecute motions against attorneys at law who fail to pay over money collected
by them.

149
To prosecute suits against attorneys for neglect of duty.
To prosecute all offenders in his district.

151
To receive an annual salary. ..

151
When absent court to appoint a substitute .

152
Pay of substitute . .

152
No taxed see except where right of trial by jury is guaranteed .

152
When law gives part of sum recovered, that shall be his fee

152
To receive thirty per cent. of all judgments .

152
If, upon verdict of jury, judgment is less than $50, then attorney's fee of $5 to be
taxed

152
Not to receive any portion of fine until collected

152
If only part of fine collected, he is to receive only pro rata

152
To give advice to trustee of jury fund . .

152
Shall prosecute motions against delinquent collecting officers

152
Shall file statement in writing setting forth reasons for dismissing indictment or
entering a nolle prosequi .

153-4
Not to receive money, etc., in consideration not to prosecute offender or dismiss
indictment

353
Penalty for practicing law in his own district, except in certain cases .

GÓI
Duty to sue out injunction against any person or corporation for violating chapter on

Currency

Vacancy in office of, how filled.
ATTORNMENT-
Attornment to a stranger without consent of landlord, void, etc.

586
AUDITOR-

Constitutional provision for his election, term of office, and duties, how to be pre-

scriberi...
Qulications as to age and residence .

154
When to enter upon his duties, bond and oath of office.

154
To receive an annual salary.

155
May appoint one Assistant and clerks .

153

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