The general statutes of 1878, prepared by George B. Young, edited and published under the authority of chapter 67 of the laws of 1878, and chapter 67 of the laws of 1879

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West Publishing Company, 1888

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Pleadings and Trial
679
Setoffs
681
Witnesses and Depositions
682
Trial by Jury
683
Judgments
684
Execution and proceedings chereon
687
Stay of Execution
688
Replevin
689
Proceedings by Attachment
690
Appeals
692
Proceedings for contempt before Justices of the Peace
694
Forms of Civil Actions in Justices Courts
695
Jurisdiction of Justices in Criminal Cases and the proceedings therein
698
Forms of Writs etc in Criminal Proceedings
702
Civil Actions
705
Of the Form of Civil Activns
707
The Parties to Civil Actions
709
The Place of Trial of Civil Actions
712
Service of Summons Pleadings Notices and Appearance of parties
714
Mutions and Orders
719
Costs
764
Fees
770
Petit Juries
784
Witnesses and Evidence
791
Actions for the Partition of Real Property
807
Actions Concerning and Rights in Real Property
813
Actions respecting Corporations
821
Actions on Official Securities and to recover Fines and Forfeitures
829
Foreclosure of Mortgages
841
Confession of Judgment without Action
849
Actions by Persons holding Claims on United States Lands
857
Liens
871
Crimes and Punishments Principals and Accessories
878
Offences against Property
891
Forgery and Counterfeiting
906
Offences against Public Policy
914
Offences against the Public Health
923
Arrests
931
Grand Juries
937
Arraignment of Defendant
949
Change of Venue in Criminal Cases
955
Appeals and Writs of Error in Criminal Cases
963
Of the General Statutes and their effect
978
Curative and Legalizing Acts
998
CHAPTER 14Miscellaneous Laws
1008
Sale of Patent Rights
1030

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