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ARTICLE 5A.-JUVENILE COURT.

1468. Powers of master commissioners.

1443. Adjourned terms of court.

1475. Shorthand report of evidence, cer-

1445. Sheriff adjourns—Adjourned term.

tificate.

1446. Special judge, appointment. 1475a. Perfecting bills of exceptions.

1451. Jurors, qualifications, challenge. 1477. Laws repealed.

1459. Jury fee, pay of jurors.

1480. Allowances, warrants on treasurer.

ARTICLE 7.-JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.

1484. Number of justices.

1528. Defense, pleading, proof.

1484a. Number of justices.

155la. Qualifications of jurors.

1484b. Salaries of certain justices. 1557. Judgment, entry, signing.

1484c. Fees taxed, report, payment. 1570. Trial and practice on appeal.

1488a. Seal of justice, authentication, evi. 1613. Notice to assert claim to property.

dence.

1615. Replevin, complaint, bond.

1497a. Special justice, appointment. 1615a. Action without bond, possession,

1500. Jurisdiction, amount.

judgment.

1512. Official bonds, jurisdiction.

1641. Fees of justice, salaries of certain

1515. Report of tines.

justices.

1519. Summons, return.

CHAPTER 4.

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE.

ARTICLE 1.-JURISDICTION.

1642. Division of offenses.

1652. Receiver of stolen property.

1643. Place of trial.

1653. Mortal wound or poison.

1644. Provocation, place of trial. 16.54. Kidnapping, enticing feinale, con-

1645. Crime consummated in state.

cealing children.

1646. Dueling without the state.

1655. Transporting game.

1647. On water-craft.

1656. Libel by publication.

1648. Ohio and Wabash rivers.

1657. Judgment in another state.

1649. On or near county line.

1658. Crime consummated outside of state.

1650. Lynching, overt acts.

1659. Treason commenced in state.

1651. Stolen property brought into county.

ARTICLE 2.-LIMITATION.

1660. Treason, murder, arson, kidnapping. 1663. Fine not exceeding $3.

1661. Incest, rape, robbery, grand larceny. 1664. Other cases.

1662. Sabbath desecration.

1665. Party absent or concealed.

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ARTICLE 3.–FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE.

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1801. Suit on recognizance.

1779. Kept for trial.

1802. Recognizance, record, lien.

1780. Acquittal or pardon.

1803. Judgment, collection.

1781. Escape, recapture.

1804. Subrogation.

1782. Mob, protection of prisoner.

180.5. Prosecutor, when a party.

1783. Peace officers, power to arrest. 1806. Return of process by sheriff'.

ARTICLE 10.-PLEADINGS.

1807. Style of prosecution.

1808. Forms and rules.

1809. First pleading.

1810. Indictment or affidavit.

1811. Indictment, form.

1812. Affidavit, form.

1813. Amendment of aslidavit.

1814. Construction.

1815. Charging the offense.

1816. Statement of time.

1817. What need not be stated.

1818. Judgment, how pleaded.

1820. Wrong name of accused.

1821. Name, entry of record.

1822. Separate counts.

1823. Joinder of counts.

1824. Second degree murder, man-

slaughter.

1825. Perjury or subornation.

1826. Larceny, joinder of counts.

1827. Iverments as to elections.

1828. Averment as to money.

1829. Written instrument, description.

1830. Forged instrument, misdescription.

1831. Names of partners, joint owners.

1832. When indictment sufficient.

1833. When not to be quashed.

1834. Copy to accused.

1835. Pleadings by accused--Motion to

quash.

1836. Accused not discharged, when.

1837. Demand for trial or discharge.

1838. Arraignment.

1839. Plea of not guilty--Special de.

fense.

1840. Plea of insanity.

1841. Jequittal for insanity.

1842. Standing mute.

1843. Plea of guilty, minor. parole.

ARTICLE 11.-VENUE, CHANGE.

1844. Affidavit for change.

18455. Special judge.

1846. Judge of kin, special judge.

1847. Motion by prosecutor.

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