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- B4. - V1. How, and by whom a gene#al meeting of the stock-holders may be called, p. 65. - - - — VII. Cashier, to give bond with security, p. 65. . — VIII. What lands, tenements and hereditaments may be held by the corporation, p. 65. . . — IX. Amount of notes which may be lawfully emitted by the bank, over and above their deposits—Liability of directors in case of excess; also of the corporation,-How directors who were absentor dissented, may exonerate themselves, p. 65. - – X. What public stock they may purchase; what articles deal in ; what interest take for loans, p. 66. — XI. No loan to be made to a government or state, unless previously aus thorised by law, p. 66.
— XII. Stock transferable, accord=
ing to the rules of the bank, p. 66. – XIII, Bills obligatory and of credit under the seal of the corporation, how assignable, and effect of such assignment<-Bills or notes signed by the president and countersigned by the cashier, tho' not under seal, as obligatory as such thpon private persons; and assignable in like manner; those payable to order, by endorsement; those to bearer, by delivery; notes or bills discounted at bank; placed on the same footing as foreign bills of exchange, except as to damages, - 66. p ~ XIV. Half-yearly dividends to be made; and at the choice of directors; those of the preceding year, to lay be: fore the stock-holders, a general state of the institution. Forfeiture for failing to pay subscription. - XV. Branch bahks, of discount and deposit; to be joke, management to be committed to directors, subject to such regulations as shall be deemed proper, p. 67, XVI. Power of the legislature in relation to the affairs of the bank, p. 67. — XVII. Directors to keep minutes of their Fo any two directors may call for the yeas and nays; those minutes to be produced to the stockholtlers, or the legislature, ondemand, p.67. * XVIII, President and cashier not
31. Punishment, for forging, coun
terfeiting or passing or tendering notes of, knowing them to be forged, s. 5, p. 80. 82. In prosecutions for the above of. fence, president, cashier, officers, and stockholders, competent witnesses, s. 6, p. 80, 33. Punishment of persons, obtaining money or notes from, or from any of its offices of discount and deposit, by means of forged or counterfeited checks or orders, p. 118. 34. ———---, for forging or counterfeiting, or keeping, or concealing any instrument for the purpose o forging, &c. the seal of, p. 118. 35. ——, for stealing or taking by robbery, any bank or post note, p. 118. 36. Act reviving replevy law not to extend to judgments obtained by any bank established by law, s. 5, p. 157.
BANK NOTES. See Bank of Virginia, No. 28, art, IX, XIII, No. 25, 28, 29.
BARLEY, stack of 1. Burning or setting fire to, in case bf a free person, how punishable, s. 9, p. 80, 81. 2. ——-—, in case of a slave, how punishable, s. 2, p. 166, 167. BARN. 1. Burning or setting fire to, in the case of a free person, %. punishable, s. 9, p. 80, 81. 2. —————, in the case of a slave, punishable with death, if the amount of the burning be of the value of 10 dollars, s. 1, p. 166, BASTARDS. 1. Reputed father of, to enter into a recognizānce, in a sum not less than 50 hor more than 200 dollars, p. 76. 2. If forfeited, the recovery to be paid to the overseers of the poor, p. 76. 3. Proceedings as to bastards in corporate towns, ch. 66, p. 92,93. BATTALIONS. See MILITIA, No. 2. BATTALION Courts of Enquiry. See MILIT1A; No. 34.
BAY ONETS, , 1. To be provided by the executive for the muskets in the public arsenals, App. No. IX, p. (124.) BILL, in Chancery.
1. To be taken for confesed, if defendant in superior court of chancery does not file his answer within 3 months, after bill filed, and subpana executed, *4, p. 129.
2, May be exhibited in county or cor
BILLS, on Penal Statutes. 1. Within what time to be exhibited, s. 2, p. 80. - BILLS, for the payment of money. 1. Assignees of, their remedy against remote assignors, See Assi GN FEs. 2. Office judgment entered on, and not set aside, to carry interest till paid, s. 1, p. 82. - - ? BILLS OF EXCHANGE. 1. An action of debt may be prosecuted, on a protested bill of exchange, for principal, damages, interest and charges of protest, against the drawers and indorsers jointly, or against either of them separately, p. 100. 2. How the judgment shall be entered, ibid. 3. Rights of indorsers of, not affected by act of 19th January, 1807, s. 3, p.
1. And solemnity may be used, and
1. To be obtained by a militia man
2. What certificates receivable for ar-
CERTIOR ARI. '
1. Cause removed from inferior court
2. District court to proceed to final
3. Willlie and may be had from judg-
4. To remove proceedings on a for-
1. May award interest, on final de-
7. Manner of proceeding in chance-
ry district courts, where the chancellors
8. How injunctions and writs of ne
9. Judges of the superior courts of,
10. Not to hear arguments of counsel
S. 3, p. 129.