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Demand.
in foreign attachment.

241
Demands against estate of deceased
persons, how barred.

203
against insolvent estates.

210
mutual, when to set off.

43
Demurrer, to be decided by the court. 50
Depositions, when and how to be tak-

en.

of.

36

not to be written by persons inter-
ested.

ib.
witnesses, how compelled to give. ib.
how to be opened.

48
commissions, to take.

ib.
Deputation to serve writs by justices. 35

special, by sheriffs.
Deputy-sheriffs, how appointed. 416
number for each county.

ib.
how to be removed.

419
Deputy-surveyors, how appointed. 440
Derby bank.

81
Derby ferry, fare of, regulated. 225

at the narrows, fare of, regulated. 226
Descent of hands, rules of.

207
Deurse of lands, how to be witnessed. 199
lapsed, how disposed of.

ib.
Derisees, when witnesses to wills, de-
vise to be void.

ib,
DETAINER, FORCIBLE, mode of pro-
ceeding in

235
Directors of turnpike companies.

473
Discipline, military, rules of.

331
Discharge must be pleaded specially. 43

of military officers, how made. 355
Disclosure by defendant in equity, not
conclusive

198
by garnishee, on scire-facias. 241
on foreign attachment.

ib.
by persons suspected to be infected
with the small-pox.

425
Discontinuance of highways, how or-
dered.

272, 3
Drsinterment of dead bodies, prohib-
ed.

165
Distracted persons, how disposed of. 275
Distribution of the powers of govern-
ment.

22
of intestate estates, how made. 206
of laws, how made.

408
of school money among school dis-
tricts.

401
Distributors of intestate estates. 206
Districts, school, established.

398
power of.

399
Disturbance of public worship, prohib-
ited.

386
at meetings in the field.

327
of towo-meetings, &c.

326
Division of intestate estates.

206
DIVORCE, when to be granted. 178

how to proceed in applications for. ib.
mode of giving notice.

ib.
alimony

179
Dogs, how restrained.

179

Dogs.
when may be killed.

180
to wear collars, or may be killed.

ib.
owners of, liable for damages. ib.
Double costs, when to be paid. 94. 363.

(467. 473
Double damages, when allowed. 363. 467
DOWER, when widow is entitled to. 180
how to be set out.

181
tenant in, to keep estate in repair. ib.
notice, when to be given of refusal
to accept provision in a will in lieu

181
jointure, a bar to.

ib.
Drains and water-courses, in turnpike
roads.

472, 3
Drivers of carriages, how regulated. 438
Drunkards, common, liable to be coin-
mitted to the work-house.

481
Drunkenness, how punished.

165
Duelling, how punished.

161
Duties on writs and petitions. 182
on appeals.

ib.
on continuances.

ib.
on licences to retail liquors. ib.
on sales at auction.

183
receivers of, to account for.

ib.
appropriated.

185
Eagle bank, incorporated.

83
East-Haddam ferry, fare of, regulated.224
East- kiver, fishery in, regulated. 232
East-Windsor ferry, fare of, regulated. 226
Education of children, regulated.

107
Eight-mile river in Lyme, fishery in,
regulated.

231
ELECTION, when to take place. 185
place of

ib.
meetings for, how warned.

ib.
presiding officer, how designated.
of representatives.

186
of senators.

ib.
of governor.

ib.
of lieutenant-governor.

ib.
of treasury and secretary.

ib.
votes, how returned and counted. ib.
when majority of votes necessary. 187
vacancies in certain offices, how fil-
led.

ib.
forms of certificates of votes. 187, 8
secretary to distribute blank forms. 189
penalty for unduly voting.

ib.
undue influence prohibited.

ib.
bribery punished.

ib.
illegally obtained, void.

ib.
disturbance at, prohibited.

ib.
mode of voting.

190
of senators of the United States. ib.
of representatives in congress.

191
vacancy, how filled.

ib.
notice how given to persons elected. 192
persons accepting, when to give no-
tice.

193
forms of certificates of votes.

ib.
Electors, qualifications of.

28, 9

ib.

195

ib.

Electors.
privilege of, from arrest.

29
eligibility of, to office.

ib,
privileges of, how forfeited. ib.
how admitted.

194
when admitted, to be enrolled.

195
to be sworn.

ib.
form of oath

195. 363
admitted in another town, must pro-
duce certificate.
must have resided four months where
they offer to vote.

ib.
Ely's ferry, fare of, regulated. 225
Embezzlement of property of deceas-
ed persons.

203
of records, &c.

160
Encroachments on highways, how re-
moved.

362
on turnpike roads, how removed. 475
Enfield ferry, fare of, regulated. 226
Engrossing commitlee to be appoint-

ed by house of representatives. 258
Entailment of lands, effect of. 301
Entry on lands, time of, limited. 309, 10

forcible, mode of proceeding in. 235
Equity, courts of, how to proceed. 195
suits in, how to be served.

196
orders of notice, how to be given. ib.
facts found to appear of record. ib,
may pass titles to land.

ib.
may direct guardians to execute con-
veyances for their wards.

ib.
may appoint guardians for minors. ib.
may direct the taking of depositions
to perpetuate testimony.

197
may grant writs of injunction in va-
cation.

ib.
writs of error from decrees in, when
they will lie.

ib.
new trials may be granted.

ib.
amendments of bills, &c. may be
made.

ib.
discovery on oath not conclusive. 198
Error, writs of, at law, when they can
brought

54
how signed.

55
bonds for prosecution.

ib.
how served.

ib.
how served on petitioners for high-
ways.

ib..
proceedings on reversal.

54
in matters of equity.

197
in criminal causes.

174
Escape of prisoners from new-gate, ef-
fecting

160
from pounds.

380
Escheals, how to be proceeded with. 198
Essex borough, incorporated.

98
Estate, how long to be holdon by at-
tachment.

37
real, conveyance of.

301, 2
when to be sold for taxes.

455, 6
Estates, testate, how settled.

199

Estates,
intestate, how settled.

201
insolvent, how settled. 209_12
of deceased persons, when to be
sold for payment of debts.

205
Evidence, how perpetuated.

197
by depositions, how to be taken.
of records, how made out.

48
of public writings, how made out. ib.
in trials for treason.

31
in capital cases.

173
in prosecutions for forging or putting
off forged bank bills.
of importing convicts.

133
of secret assault.

408
of certain trespasses.

466
of damage done in the night season. 470
of encroachment on highway.

362
Eramıners of electors, who shall be. 194
when and where to meet.

ib.
mode of proceeding.

ib.
to be sworn.

195
form of oath.

195. 364
Excessive bail and fines, not to be re-

quired or imposed.
Executions, how to be directed and
returned.

55
how to be served on personal estate. ib.
estate exempted from.

56. 376
when to be levied on the body. 57
copy of, to be left with gaoler. ib.
when and how to be levied on land. ib.
levy of, to be recorded and returned. 58
when to be levied on estate attached. 37
when on body of debtor committed
to prison.

58
when may be directed to an indiffer-

ib.
how levied on shares of incorporat-
ed companies.

58
in what case not to issue, till bond
is lodged with clerk.

39
when to be staid, in case of insol.
vent estates.

21
Executive of the United States. 11

of this state.
officers, oath of.

31
Executors to prove the will, or refuse
the trust.

200
penalty for neglect.
on refusal of, administrator to be
appointed.

ib.
to give bonds.

201
to make inventory.

22
penalty for neglect.

ib.
how to proceed against persons em-
bezzling the estate.

205
to give notice to bring in claims. ib.
to release satisfied mortgage, in
case of minor heirs.
to keep buildings in repair. ib.
may be called to account.

ib.
may be removed.

ib.

ent person.

ib.

205

Executors.

when removed, administrator to be
appointed.
further security of, may be required. ib.

when to represent estate insolvent. 209
Eremplification of records.

48
of laws of other states.

ib.
Exemption of members of the legis-
lature from arrest.

24
of electors from arrest.

29
of property from execution. 56.376
of persons from taxation.

448
of persons from military duty 329. 332
Exhibitions, theatrical, prohibited. 169
Expulsion of members of general as-
sembly,

24
Factor, &c. of absconding debtors,
how to proceed against.

237
Fairfield county, constituted.

136
False witness, with intent to take life,
how punished.

151
Fast-days, labor on, prohibited. 386
Feet and inches, standard of.

478
FEEs on appeals from commissioners. 211

of assistants to the state's attorpies. 396
of attornies, taxable.

394
of city courts, taxable.

115
of clerks of county courts. 389
of clerks of superior court. 388
of clerks of superior and county
courts in criminal causes.

395
of collectors of taxes for levying
warrants.

455. 393
of constables.

391, 2
for taking up and securing drifts. 469
of county courts.

388
of fence-viewers.

215
on trial of forcible entry and de-
tainer.

396
of gaolers.

394
of grand-jurors.

ib.
on trial of habeas corpus.

265
of health officers.

424
in laying out and viewing highways. 393
of inspectors of provisions. 297
of jurors.

389
of justices of the peace.

391
of justices of the peace in criminal
causes.

395
of mayor or alderman, taxable. 115
of notaries public.

396
of officers in criminal causes. 395
of packers of provisions.

297
of parties in civil actions.

393
for petitions, taxable.

394
of pound-keepers.

380 219
of probate courts.

389.390
of secretary of the state.

391
of sheriffs.

391, 2, 3
of sheriffs in criminal causes. 395
of state's attornies.

395, 6
on trial of summary process to ob-
tain possession of land.

308

Fees.
of superior court.

388
of surveyors of provisions.

297
of town-clerks.

394, 450
of witnesses in civil causes.

393
of witnesses in criminal causes. 395
for writs, taxable.

394
See Compensation.

Salary.
Fellows of Yale-College.

484
Female convicts, how punished.

171
F'eme corert, how to convey her lands. 304
may make a will.

199
Fences to be made, by owners of
particular inck sures.

213
what are lawful and sufficient. ib.
how adjoining proprietors shall
make.

ib.
when one makes the whole, how to
proceed.

ib.
how to be divided.

214
how to proceed, when divisional, is
not in repair.

ib.
when one opens his enclosure. ib.
when they cannot be placed in the
line.

ib.
of common fields regulated. 215
Fence-viewers to be appointed by
towns

457
by proprietors of common fields. 215
to decide on sufficiency of fences. 213
to regulate fences in common fields. 217
oath of

366
fees of.

215
FERRIES, by whom to be kept and
maintained.

219
how to be furnished.

ib.
how to be tended.

220
lawful fare of, only to be taken. ib.
rate of fare of, to be set up.

ib.
commissioners of, how appointed. 221
their power and duty.
compensation of commissioners. 224
fares of, regulated.

224. 227
Fields, common, regulated.

215
Field compass to be kept by surveyor-
general and deputies.

440
Fines, how collected and accounted
for.

465
in qui tam suits, how collected. ib.
Fish, inspection of.

283
FISHERIES, how regulated.

of clams and oysters in towns. ib.
in Connecticut river.

ib.
in Eight-mile river in Lyme. 231
in Key's brook in Killingly.
in Nachaug river.

231
in New Haven East river.

232
in Ousatonnic river.

228
in Paukatuck river.

233
in Quinebaug river.

230
in Selden's cove.

231
in Selden's creek in Lymer

ib.

227

232

Gamblers may be bound to good be-
havior.

250
how punished.

168
GAMING, how prevented.

240
contracts void.

ib.
money lost at, may be recovered
back.

ib.
billiard and E O tables may be de-
stroyed.

249
keeping implements of, how punish-
hed.

168
Gaol, to be kept in each county. 250
expence of, how defrayed.

ib.
sheriff to be keeper of.

251
liberties of, how established. 252
removal of prisoners from, in case of
sickness.

256
to be used under authority of the U.
nited States.

ib.
counties liable for escape from. ib.
provision for, when there is none in
county.

ib.
debtors in, how to be supported. 253

not to be confined with criminals.
Garnishee, how proceeded against, 237 to

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set open.

FISHERIES.
in Shetucket river.

230
in Sumner's creek in Middletorn. 231
in Thames river.

232
in Willimantic river.

231
in Windsor-ferry river.

229
on flats.

235
in ponds.

ib.
Flour, inspection of.

289
FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER,
how to proceed in.

235
FOREIGN ATTACHMENT, mode of
proceeding in.

237
how writ shall be served.

ib.
how suit may be defended.

ib.
when suit shall be continued. 238
demand to be made on execution. ib.
when scire-facias shall issue.

ib.
how scire-facias shall be tried. ib.
when judgment shall be rendered
against garnishee.

2:9
when agent, &c. shall be discharged
from principal.

ib.
when execution shall be stayed. ib.
mode of proceeding, when debt is
assigned.

240
when costs shall be taxed.

ib.
commission to take disclosure. 241
limitation of scire-facias.

ib.
how agent or debtor shall be cited

in to disclose in original suit. ib.
Foreigners not to hold lands. 301

how to gain settlements in towns. 279
Forgery of public securities.

154
of private securities.

155
FORM of attachment.

242
of bond to be given by administra-
tors or executors.

201
of bond for prosecution.

245
of bond on writ of replevin. ib.
of bond on writ of replevin by one
not a party to the suit.

ib.
of execution from justice of peace. 243
of execution from superior or coun-
ty court.

243, 4
of notice to quit possession of land. 307
of subpæna for witnesses.

244
of summons.

242
of warrant for collecting taxes. 245
of warrant or writ of replevin. 244
other forms may be used.

246
Forms of certificates of votes. 187, 8. 193

of certificates relative to scholars
and schools.

402, 3
Fornication, how punished.

164
Fortune-tellers, liable to be commit-
ted to work-house.

481
FRAUDS AND PERJURIES, how pre-
vented.

246
FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES, void. 247
Freedom of speech and of the press,

secured.
Funeral charges, how to be paid,
when estate is insolvent.

212

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Gales on turnpike roads, when to be

471, 473, 4
GENERAL ASSEMBLY, how constitu-

ted.
stated sessions of.

ib.
powers of each house of.
how to proceed with public bills. 257
adversary petitions to be referred
to joint committees.

258
each house of, to make debenture. ib.
public acts of, when to take effect. ib,
petitions to, regulated.

375
when and how to choose a governor. 25
what officers shall not be members of. 32

oath to be taken by members of. 31
General issue, when may be pleaded. 42
Goods, lost, how to be proceeded with 439

attached, when to be levied on by
exeeution.

37
exempted from execution.

56
Government, powers of, distributed.
GOVERNOR, how elected.

24
term of office,

ib.
qualifications of.

ib.
power and duty of.
salary of.

387
may appoint a secretary.

258
may appoint notaries public. 259
may administer oaths.

ib.
captain-general of militia 25. 335
power and duty of as such. 335 to 355
when may adjourn general assembly. 25
when may appoint senators in con-
gress.

191
may require new bonds from sher.
iff's.

414
may remove, in case of refusal. ib.
may make new appointment. ib.

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ib.

their duty.

ib.

GOVERNOR.

may take bonds of the treasurer. 462
may fill vacancy in office of com-
missioner of school fund, happening
during recess of general assembly. 407
in office of sheriff.

28
in office of treasurer, secretary and
oomptroller.

187
in office of commissioner on turn-
pike roads.

471
may offer a reward for making dis-
covery and giving information a-
gainst capital offenders.

176
GRAND JURORS to be appointed by
towns.

259

ib.
penalty for not accepting office. ib.
penalty for neglect of duty. 260
penalty on towns for neglecting to
appoint.

ib.
may meet to advise.

ib.
when to be summoned by courts. ib.
single, when to present.

261
Grand-jury, indictment by, when ne-
cessary:

21
Grist-mills, toll of, regulated. 356
Guards, governor's.

354
of new-gate.

357
GUARDIANs, age for choosing of,

262
and how appointed.

ib.
bonds to be taken of.

263
when and how removed.

ib.
may be called to account.

ib.
may make partition of lands. ib.
may release mortgages.

ib.
may sell lands, by order of court. ib.

where to apply for order of sale. 264
Guilford borough, incorporated. 97
HABEAS CORPUs, writ of, when and
how to be issued.

265
when it may be suspended.

21
Haddam-island ferry, fare of, regulat-
ed.

224
Hartford Bank.

64
Hirlford city. 108. 122. 124. 126. 130
Hartford county, stated and named. 135
Hartford and New-Haven turnpike

company, right of to trees, stones,

&c. on their road, established. 475
Hawkers, &c. prohibited to sell for-
eign goods.

374
and feathers and indigo.

375
Haywards to be appointed by towns. 457

duty of, to impound swine. 380
Health, board of, how constituted. 419
committee, how appointed.

ib.
officers, how appointed.

ib.
duty and power of.

420 to 427
Heurse and pall, how to be provided. 404
Heirs, on distribution, to give bonds
to refund.

208
Hercdi ary emoluments, privileges and
powers, not to be granted.

22
Higganum-ferry, fare of, regulated. 224

Highways to be maintained by
towns.

266
towns liable for deficiency of. ib.
when railings to be erected on. 267
how to be laid out, by select-men. 268
how to proceed in laying out by
county court.

269
how to be laid out in cities and bor-
oughs.

272
how discontinued by select-men. ib.
how discontinued by county court. 273
how to be repaired by towns.
when county court may give order
to repair.

274
encroachment on, prohibited. 362
how removed.

ib.
Horse-racing, prohibited.

167
Horses used in racing, forfeited.
Horse stealing, how punished. 168
House of representatives, how consti-
tuted.

22
officers of.

23
quorum of.

ib.
to make its own rules.

24
to keep a journal of proceedings. ib.
members of, privileged from arrest. ib.
debates of, to be public.

ib.
to appoint engrossing committee. 258
to make its debenture.

ib.
Houses, licenced, how regulated. 442
unlicenced, prohibited.

444
of correction, how established and
regulated.

480 to 482
Hue-and-o-y, by whom to be receiv-
ed and put forth.

132
Iniors, conservators of, how appoint-
ed.

274
estate of, how to be managed. ib.
Idle persons, how taken care of. 276

liable to be committed to work-
house.

481
Illegitimate children, how supported. 91
Impeachment, power of.

30
trial of, how conducted.

ib.
what officers liable to.

31
judgment in cases of.

ib.
Impounding cattle.

377
Imprisonment, when allowed for
debt.

36.57
for crimes.

172
Incest, how punished.

163
Incumbrance on highways, how re-
moved.

361
Indentures of apprenticeship.

318
INDIANS, how protected.

278
Indictment by grand-jury, when ne-
cessary.

21
when courts shall summon grand-
juries.

173
Indifferent persons, when to serve civ-

35
Infectious diseases, spreading of, how

419
Informations for offences to be made

il process.

prevented.

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