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son, &c.

32

Informations.

by grand-jurors and attornies for
the state.

261
for breaches of sabbath, how made. 386
Informing officers, duties of, when
part of fine, &c. is given to some per-

170
INHABITANTS, how to gain settlements
in towns.

279
foreigners, how to gain settlement. ib.
of other states, how to gain settle-
ment.

ib.
of one town, how to gain settlement
in another

280
paupers, how to be removed. 281
of other states, how removed.

ib.
may be warned to depart.

ib.
penalty for not departing.

ib.
of other states, not to be entertained
in this.

282
paupers not to be brought into this
state.

ib.
Inn-keepers, how appointed and reg-
ulated.

442
Inquest, in case of sudden death. 177
Insane persons, how to be taken care
of.

274
Insolvent estates, how to be settled. 209
debtors, how liberated.

253
INSOLVENCY, acts of, when and how
granted.

282
INSPECTION OF PROVISIONs, how reg-
ulated.

286 to 297
of beef.

287
of pork.

288
of fish.

ib.
of four.

289
of corn meal.

ib
of shingles.

ib.
of butter.

295
of lard.

ib.
of tobacco.

ib.
of pot and pearl ashes.

ib.
of staves and heading.

ib.
of pine boards.

ib.
of onions.
Inspeclion of turnpike roads. 471, 2
Inspector-general, how appointed. 286
power and duty of.

286 to 294
Insprctors, deputy, how appointed. ib.
power and duty of.

ib.
assistant, how appointed.

ib.
power and duty of.

ib.
INTEMPERANCE, how prevented. 297
Interest of money, rate of.

476
Intestate esiates, how settled.

199
Inventories, how to be made out. 202
Issue, general, when to be given. 42
Issues in fact, when tried hy court. 50
by jury.

45
Joini contractors, how to be sued
when part are out of state.

39
Joint-tenants to have account against
each other.

34

Joint-tenunts.
to have partition.

303
Jointure, how to be made, and effect
of,

181
Journal to be kept by each house of

the general assembly.
Judge-advocate, how appointed. 352
Judges, how to be appointed. 28. 149
tenure of office.

28
limitation of term of office by age. ib.
removable, in what manner. ib.
when disqualified by relationship, or
by interest

148
when not a quorum of, how to pro-
ceed.

140
when none qualified to act, how to
proceed.

148
what offices incompetent to hold. ib.
may not be taverners.

ib.
of supreme court of errors and of su-
perior court, may not be members

of the general assembly.
Judgments not to be reversed, for cir-

cumstantial errors.
Judicial department, established.
Judicial proceedings, in one state, ef-

fect of in another.
Jugglers, liable to be committed to
work-house.

481
Jurisdiction of supreme court. 137
of superior court.

138
of county courts.

139
of courts of probate.

143
of justices of the peace.

41. 146, 7
Jurors to try issues in fact.
how to be appointed.

ib.
how drawn, and summoned. ib.
additional, how summoned.

46
how designated.

ib.
penalty for non attendance.

ib.
talesmen, how returned.

ib.
may give in special verdict.
to be under charge of an officer. ib.
penalty for misconduct.

50
number of, to be appointed in each
town.

298, 9
Jury, right of trial by, to remain io-
violate.

22
Justices of the peace, appointment
of.

28. 149
continuance in office.

ib. ib.
civil jurisdiction.

41. 146
criminal jurisdiction.
what offices incompetent to hold. 148
fees of.

391. 395
powers and duties of in particular ca-

34. 39, 40. 52. 53. 91. 134. 147.
163. 166. 172. 177. 179. 182. 190. 200.
228. 235. 239. 242, 3. 249. 253. 268.
277. 297. 302. 307, 8. 316. 319. 326, 7,
374.381, 2. 383.385, 6.391.395.407, 8.
410. 416. 425, 6. 434. 444. 445. 469.
470. 479. 482.

ib,

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Keeper of new-gate prisen, how ap-
pointed.

357
power of

ib.
of the seal of the state, secretary to
be.

27. 408
Kennys ferry, fare of, regulated. 225
Key's bronk, in Killingly, tishery in,
regulated.

232
Kidnapping, how punished.

153
Rillingworth, borough of, incorporat-
ed.

97
Kindred, prohibited to intermarry. 163
to support poor relations.

369
King's ferry, fare of, regulated. 225
Lands, tenure of.

299
patents of, valid.

301
given to public uses, to remain to
guch uses.

301
limitation to prevent perpetuities. ib.
rule in Shelley's case, abolished. ib.
collateral warranties, when yoid. ib.
aliens cannot hold.

ib.
deeds of, how to be executed. 302
to be acknowledged

ib.
caution, when and how to be enter-
ed

ib.
deeds of, to be recorded.

ib.
leases of, to be in writing.

303
to be acknowledged and recorded. ib.
deeds of, from Indians, void, ib.
from persons out of possession, void. ib.
partition of, how made.
deeds of, by married women, how
executed.

304
executors, power of, to sell

ib.
possession of, when recovered by
summary process

307
title of, to be tried in county where
situated

41
common and undivided, how man-
aged

304
Lapsed legacy, how disposed of 199
Lascirious carriage, how punished 164
Laws to be made in support of free
suffrage.

29
of other states, how proved

48
of Uoited States, how distributed. 408
of this state, how published and dis-
tributed

ib.
style of.

22
revised, confirmed.

485
when to take effect.

485, 6
Leases of lands to be in writing, and
recorded.

303
LEATHER, tanning of, regulated, 308
manufacture of, regulated.

ib,
penalty for fraudulently stamping
of

309
Legacy, lapsed, how disposed of. 199

given to witnesses to wills, void. ib.
Legislative power, where vested.
Legislature, how constituted.

22
how elected.

185
how to proceed.

257

Levy of executions, manner of, direct-
ed.

55
Lewd and dissolute persons, liable to

be committed to work-house. 481
Libel, in prosecution for, truth may
be given in evidence.

20
Liberty of speech and of the press. ib.
LIBRARY COMPANIES, incorporated. 309
Licence to tanners of leather.

308
to tavern-keepers

442, 3, 4
Licensed houses, regulated.

442
Lien of taxes on lands.

456
Lieutenant-general of militia, who
shall be.

335
Lieutenant-governor, how chosen 25
salary of

387
to be president of the senate. 26
when to exercise powers of govern-

ib.
lieutenant-general of militia. 335
LIMITATION of entry upon lands. 309
not to run against Indians.

279
of actions upon specialties. 310
on simple contracts

ib.
of trespass on the case.
of express contracts, not in writ-
ing

311
of slander.

ib.
of trespass

ib.
on penal statutes.

ib.
against others for neglect.

ib.
of writs of error.

ib.
of petitions for new trial.

ib.
of time to commence a new action
after reversal.

311
time of defendant's absence not to
be computed
of scire-facias against garnishee. 241
of granting administration.

209
of proving will

ib.
of exhibiting claims against the es-
tate of deceased persons. 203 210
saying for creditors out of the
state

203, 4
of exhibiting claims accruing after
debtor's decease.

204
of suits to recover claims disallow-
ed by executor or administrator, ib.
of suits by judgment creditor against
bail or surety.

63
of suits to recover the amount of a
counterfeit bill or note:

134, 5
of suits to recover money lost at
play.

248
of suits for maintenance of bastard
child

93
of prosecution for treason, and new-
gate offences

311, 12
for other offences.

312
of complaint or action for forcible
entry or detainer.

236
of prosecutions for breach of law
regulating pounds.

380

ib.

ib.

LIMITATION.

for breach of law for observance of
the sabbath.

386
of process against horse used in rac-
ing.

167
not to run in favor of persons fleeing
from justice.

312
in favor of master or guard of new-
gate.

360
Limits of gaol, how established. 252
Lines of towns, when to be perambu-
lated.

95
Lutchfield county, stated and named. 136
Logs, how to proceed with, in Con-
necticut river, &c

468
LORD'S DAY, observance of 385-7
Lost goods, how to proceed with. 439
Lotteries, prohibited.

166
Lumber, how to proceed with, on Con-
necticut river, &c.

468
Lunatics, how to be taken care of. 274
when to be confined.

275
Maintenance of paupers, by towns. 369
by the state.

371
of unlawful suits, prohibited. 312
Magazines, public, destruction of, pun-
ished.

153
MANDAMUS, writ of, when to be grant-
ed

314
peremptory, when to issue.

ib.
power of court, on return of.

ib.
Manslaughter, how punished. 151
MANUFACTURING COMPANIES, priv-

316
MARRIAGE, intention of, how to be
published

316.
who may join persons in.

ib.
penalty for joining in, without publica-
tion.

317
without consent of parents, &c. ib.
certificate of, to be lodged with town-
clerk.

ib.
penalty for neglect.

ib.
Master of new-gate prison, how ap.
pointed.

357
power and duty of.

ib.
of work-house, how appointed. 480
power and duty of.

ib.
MASTERS, how apprentices shall be
bound to

318
how to proceed with refractory ap-
prentices

319
how to bring back runaway appren-
tices
abusing apprentices, how proceed-
ed against

ib.
to instruct children in manufacto-
ries

u20
Masters of vessels, penalty on, for ex-

porting articles not inspected, &c. 293
of work-houses, duties of

480
to account semi-annually.

481
Masts, when to be taken up in Con-
necticut river.

469

Mayhem, how punished.

151
MEASURES and WEIGHTS, regulated 477
MEDICAL society, incorporated.

322
convention.

ib.
institution of Yale-College. 323, 4
Meeling-houses, how to be built. 434
MEETINGS, disturbance of, how pun-
ished

326
order in, how preserved.

ib.
questions in, to be decided by major
vote.

327
Meelings, religious, in the field, li-

quors not to be sold within two
miles of

327
penalty for breach of the law. ib.
duty of informing officers

ib.
MEMORIALs to the general assembly
regulated

375
Middle-Haddam-landing ferry, fare of. 224
Middlesex county, stated and named 136
Middletown bank, incorporated.
city

108
ferry, fare of, regulated

224
horse-boat may be kept at.
Mile-stones, penalty for defacing.
Militia, of whom to consist.

how enrolled.
how armed.

ib.
exempts
how arranged and officered.

ib.
colors and music, how furnished. 330
adjutant-general, his duty.

ib
how to make returns.
rules of discipline.
officers, how to take rank.

ib.
brigade-inspector, duty of

ib.
of this statc, of whom composed.
exempts.
how enrolled.

333
minors, how enrolled.

ib.
organization of.
how officered.

ib.
companies, when to be enlisted. 335
officers, how appointed.

ib.
adjutant-general, how appointed. 336
quarter-master-general, how ap-
pointed.

ib.
commissary-general, how appoint-
ed.
how armed.
uniform of.

ib.
exercise of.

ib.
review of.
inspection of.
warning of.

ib.
enrolment of

ib.
divisions and brigades, review of. 341
prohibited firing, except by order, ib.
disorders of, how punished.
music to assemble for instruction.

ib.
fines for non-appearance and defi-
ciencies.

ib.
how fines are to be imposed,

343
how appeals may be made.

ilege of

ib.

ib.

ib,

ib.

ib.

MILITIA.

Moderators of meetings, how appoint-
warrants to collect fines.
344 ed

326
fines, how disposed of.
ib. power to preserve order.

ib.
soldiers unable to equip themselves, to have casting vote.

327
how equipped.

345 Mountebanks, &c. how punished. 169
Quakers, &c. how exempted. ib. Murder, how punished.

151
officers may be called out for exer Nachaug river, fishery in, regulated. 231
cise.

ib. New-GATE PRISON, established. 357
parade, how established.

346 overseers of, how appointed. ib.
how called out on alarms.
ib. master of, how appointed.

ib.
fines for neglect to appear.
347 duty and power of.

ib.
how to be collected.

to render his account.

ib.
substitutes, how furnished.

348 duty and power of overseers of. 357, 8
notice to persons detached, how to to settle accounts annually. 356
be given.
ib. to make rules

ib.
forfeiture for non-appearance.

ib. when to discharge or retain prison-
when parents, &c. liable for minors. ib. ers for costs.

359
wounded and disabled soldiers pro-

escape of prisoners from, how pun-
vided for.

ib. ished.
courts martial, constituted.

349 may be used as a prison by the
form of orders.
ib. United States.

ib.
members of court-martial, by whom keeper and guard of, protected from
detailed.
350 arrest.

ib.
how detailed.

351
New-Haven Bank.

69
courts-martial, how to proceed. ib. City.

108
judge-advocate appointed in each County, stated and named.

135
county
352 New-London Bank.

78
exceptions to members of courts-

City.

109
martial.
ib. County, stated and named.

136
what punishments may be inflicted. ib. ferry, fare of, regulated.

224
expenses of courts-martial, how horse-boat may be kept at. 223
paid.

353 New trials, when granted, at law. 54
sentence of, to be approved by cap-

in equity.

197
tain-general.

354 Night season, trespasses committed
liability of persons removing into in, how prosecuted.

470
the state

ib. Night-walkers, liable to be committed
fire-men, how far liable.
ib. to work-house.

481
how officers to do duty.

ib. Nonsuit, when it may be made. 40
colors, how to be furnished.
354 Norwich Bank.

73
companies of guards, how enlisted. ib, City.

109
music of, how to practice.
355 Notaries public, how appointed.

259
power to dismiss guards.

ib. NOTES PROMISSORY, when negotia-
captain-general of, may establish

ble.

360
uniforms and badges.

ib. Notice, to quit possession of land,
may discharge officers.
ib. form of.

307
may settle rank and limits of com Nuisances in highways defined. 361
panies.
356 how punished.

ib.
may alter, form, and reduce compa-

how removed.

ib.
nies.
'ib. in rivers, defined.

362
may cause annual returns to be laid

how punished.

ib,
before the general assembly. ib. how removed.

ib.
return to be made to adjutant-gen-

by obstructing navigation, how
eral, by secretary, of officers dis punished.

363
charged and appointed.

ib. in Connecticut river, how punished. ib.
Military to be in subordination to the Oath, form of, for aldermen.

118
civil power.

21 appraisers of deceased persons' es-
Mills, toll of, regulated.
356 tates.

366
sealed measures to be kept at.

ib. appraisers of land on execution. ib.
Ministers of the gospel, how settled. 433 arbitrators.

368
Minors, guardians of, how appointed. 262 assessors of taxes.

366
lands of, how to be sold.
264 attornies.

ib.
Misprision of treason, how punished. 151 auditors in account and book-debt. 368
Millimus to commit principal on ap-

auditors of state accounts.

ib.
plication of bail.
64 hailiffs of boroughs.

103. 364

of poor:

370

165

OATH.

OATH.
board of relief and equalization,

town-treasurers.

366
members of.
366 treasurer of the state.

364
burgesses of boroughs.
102 tything-men.

366
chainmen.
367 voir dire.

368
clerks of boroughs.

102, 3
wardens of boroughs.

102
clerks of cities.

118, 9
witnesses.

365
clerks of city courts.
114. 365 form of administering.

369
clerks of civil authority.

436 when affirmation may be substi-
clerks of county courts.
365 tuted

ib.
clerks of probate.

ib. may be administered by surveyors
clerks of proprietors of common and

to chainmen.

442
undivided land.
305 Observance of Lord's day.

385
clerks of representatives, house of. 368 Offences, described and punished. 151
clerks of societies.
366

to 170
clerks of senate.

368 Officers not to draw or fill up writs, 418
clerks of superior court.

365 shall indorse fees on execution ib.
clerks of towns.

ib. Ousatonic river, fishery in, regulated 228
commissioners on the estates of in-

lumber floating down, how proceed-
solvent debtors.
283 ed with.

468
commissioners on the estates of in Overseers of spendthrifts.

276
solvent persons deceased.
368 of new-gate.

367
cominissioners of sewers.

366
committees in chancery.
368 of work-houses, duties of.

480
committees to lay out highways. 269. Oyer of book account.

94
367 Oysters, fishery of, regulated.
common council men.
118 Packers, how appointed

286
comptroller.
364 to give bonds with surety:

ib.
constables.

364

noi to use steel yards and weights
county surveyors.
367 unsealed

291
courts-martial, members of. 351 fees of
distributors of estates.

367 Pamphlets, obscene, prohibited.
electors.

363, 4 Parents, duty of, to educate their
examiners of electors.

364 children
executive officers.

31 Parties, oath of, admissible in actions
fence-viewers.

366 of book debt,
gaugers.

ib.

when may be required in actions of
general assembly, members of. 31 trespass

467 470
grand-jurors.

366 death of, when not to abate writ.
grand-jurors empanneled in court. 264

may manage their own causes. 141
haywards.

366 Partition of lands may be made by
inspectors of provisions. 366. 103 guardians.
judge-advocates.

352 by tenants in common, how to be
judicial officers.
31 made.

303
jurors in civil causes.

364, 5 Paukatuck river, fishery in, regulated. 23
jurors in criminal causes.

364 PAUPERS, when to be supported by
jury in forcible entry and detainer. 367 relations.

369
jury to reassess damages on high-, how supported by towns.

ib.
ways.
ib. by the state.

371
jury of inquest.
365 how to be removed.

281
leather sealers.

366 Peace, breach of, how punished. 162
masters or owners of vessels, as to how preserved.
provisions for exportation. 293 PEDLARS, &c. prohibited to deal in
mayors of cities.

118
foreign goods.

374
plaintiff in attachment directed to how to be proceeded against, ib.
an indifferent person.

35 prohibited to deal in leathers and
poor imprisoned debtors.
254 indigo.

375
referees.

368 Perambulation of bounds of towns,
scavengers.
366 when required.

95
sealers of weights and measures. ib. Perishable property, ship-wrecked.
secretary of state.

364 how disposed of.
society treasurers.
366 Perjury, how punished.

151, 159
surveyors of highways.
ib. subornation of, how punished.

159
surveyors of provisions.

ib.

107

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