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Fees of Officers of State Courts.
ing a jury, 25 cents; for administering an oath or ing the sheriff's return, 6 cents; for docketing affirmation (except to jurors) in court, 4 cents; every cause, to be charged but once, 6 cents; for for taking and entering verdict, 6 cents; for en filing declaration, demurrer, pleadings, depositions, tering up every judgment, or a copy thereof, 16 or other necessary documents, each, 4 cents; for cents; for engrossing special verdict, per sheet of receiving the panel, and swearing the jury, 12 one hundred words, 10 cents; for entering a dis-cents; for swearing each witness, 4 cents; for continuance, 10 cents; for attending on striking every order to a witness for attendance, to be special jury, and delivering copies, 50 cents; for charged to the party against whom such order entering satisfaction on record, 10 cents; for draw- goes, 6 cents; for swearing a constable, 4 cents; ing process when required, for every sheet of one for taking and recording a verdict, 10 cents; for hundred words, 10 cents; for entering issue joined, entering judgment, 10 cents; for entering a dis15 cents; for drawing cost bill
, 35 cents; for copy continuance, 10 cents; for entering every special of a rule of reference, 25 cents; for commission rule, 6 cents; for a commission to take deposito take depositions with the seal of court, 50 tions, under the seal of the court, 50 cents; for cents; for each and every continuance, 10 cents; every writ of subpæna for one or more witnesses, for a venire facias, 25 cents; for making a com- 12 cents; for taking bail, 12 cents; for issuing plete record in every cause, for every twenty bail piece, when required, 40 cents; for recording words, 2 cents; for copy of record and proceed the proceedings and judgment in each action, per ings when required, per sheet of one hundred sheet of one hundred words, 10 cents; for copy of words, 10 cents; for certificate, with the seal an- record or pleading on file, when required, per sheet nexed, 50 cents; for every copy of every paper of one hundred words, 10 cents; for entering conor record, not herein otherwise provided for, for fession of judgment, 10 cents; for entering con. every twenty words, 2 cents; for every writ of fession of lease, entry, and ouster in ejectment, 10 error, supersedeas, certiorari, or habeas corpus, cents; for copy of a rule of reference, with the 25 cents; for taking bond on issuing writ of error, seal of the court annexed, 25 cents; for entering supersedeas, certiorari. or habeas corpus, 371 satisfaction of a judgment on record, 12 cents; cents; for filing the record upon an appeal, writ for the writ of venire, to be taxed on each issue of error, super sedeas, cerliorari, or habeas corpus, tried, 12 cents; for entering a continuance, 10 124 cents; for every order to a witness for attend- cents; for a venire facias for a special jury, 25 ance, to be charged to the party 'against whom cents; for attending the striking a special jury, such order goes, 6 cents; for subpæna in chancery, and furnishing the panel thereof to each party, 20 cents; for filing each bill, answer, replication, 50 cents; for reading and entering allowance of or other pleadings in chancery, 10 cents; for an habeas corpus, writ of error, or certiorari, and the order to advertise, 25 cents; for entering every de- return, 15 cents; for making out a copy of a reccree at large, for every twenty words, 2 cents; ord, with the seal of the court and certificate anfor entering security for costs, 6 cents; for a search nexed, upon appeal, writ of error, babeas corpus, or examination of the records, if a copy is not re-or certiorari, and transmitting the same, for each quired, 124 cents, (suitors and officers of the court sheet of one hundred words, 10 cents; for each excepted.)
certificate to which the county seal is required, Clerk's Fees in the Supreme Court, in criminal and not herein provided for, 50 cents; for the procases.-For entering defendant's appearance, 8 bate of any will or testament, and certificate therecents; for discharging on bail, 10 cents; for draw- of, 33 cents; for recording a will, for every twenty ing process, 25 cents; for entering plea. 6 cents; words, 2 cents; for administering an oath to execfor drawing a subpæna and seal, 25 cents; for ad- utor or administrator, and taking bond, 40 cents; for ministering an oath or affirmation (excepting to entering the order or orders for appraising the esjurors) in court, 4 cents: for making up the record, tate, 12 cents; for copy thereof, 12 cents; for for every sheet of one hundred words, 10 cents; letters of administration and copy, $1 ; for recordfor entering judgment, 124 cents; for taking cog ing inventory, for every twenty words, 2 cents; nizance, and entering the same, 25 cents; for for a copy of a will or inventory, for every twenty. copies of indictments or pleadings, per sheet of words, 2 cents ; for filing appeal from justice of one hundred words, 10 cents; for copy of the tra- the peace, and docketing the same, 8 cents; for verse, 10 cents; for entering every order or special entering security for costs, 61 cents; for a search rule of court, 10 cents; for copy of the same, or examination of the records, and reading the when required, 8 cents; for entering a nolle pros- same, if a copy is not required, 12 cents; for a equi or cessat processus, 6 cents; for a search or search or examination of the estray book, and examination of the records, and reading the same, reading the same, if a copy is not required, 61 if a copy is not required, 12 cents.
cents; for entering appeal, and taking bond to Clerk's Fees in the Court of Common Pleas.- prosecute it, 33} cents; for subpæna in chancery, For filing ticket, and issuing capias, attachment, 20 cents; for filing each bill, answer, replication, replevin, execution, certiorari, supersedeas, or or other pleading, in chancery, 8 cents ; for an orsummons, under the seal of the court, and enter- der to advertise, 25 cents; for entering every deing the same, 25 cents; for drawing writs, scire cree at large, for every twenty words, 2 cents; for facias, with the seal of the court annexed, per drawing cost bill, 35 cents ; for entering allowance sheet of one hundred words, 10 cents; for entering of writ of error, habeas corpus, or certiorari, 15 the appearance of either party, by attorney or per-cents; and the clerks of the respective courts shall sonal, to be charged but once, 8 cents; for enter-) be allowed by the commissioners of their proper
Fees of Officers of State Courts.
county, annually, a reasonable compensation for cents for every hundred words; for granting cermoney expended in purchasing blank books, which tificate, 10 cents; for entering discontinuance or sum shall be paid out of the county treasury. satisfaction, 10 cents.
Clerk's Fees in the Court of Common Pleas in Fees of Justices of the Peace in Criminal Criminal Cases.-For issuing a capias or other Cases.—For a warrant in criminal cases, 25 cents; process upon indictment, under the county seal, taking an examination in writing, 10 cents for 25 cents; wiit of subpæna for one or more wit- every hundred words; swearing each person, 4 nesses, 20 cents; a venire for traverse jury, to be cents; taking recognisance, 25 cents; a commit. allowed in each trial, 25 cents; entering defend- ment to jail, 25 cents; a search warrant, 25 cents. ani's appearance or plea, 6 cents; receiving the Constables' Fees in Civil Cases.-For serving panel and swearing the jury, 12 cents; swearing summons or other writ not herein provided for, each witness, 5 cents ; swearing a constable, 4 on each person therein named, 10 cents; for trav. cents; receiving and entering verdict
, 12 cents; elling, in going to serve the aforesaid process, per entering judgment, 16 cents; making up the rec- mile, 5 cents; and when two or more persons are ord, for every sheet of one hundred words, 10 named in such process, mileage to be allowed only cents; copies of a record or original paper on file, to the most remote place of service. For copy of when required, per sheet of one hundred words, a summons left at the place of abode, 12 cents; 10 cents; drawing up a recognisance in form for serving execution on body or goods, 20 cents, when required, 25 cents; drawing cost bill, 35 and mileage as above; for commitment to prison, cents: Provided, That the clerks of the courts of 25 cents, and mileage as above; for summoning a common pleas, in the several counties, for their jury upon a dead body, 75 cents; on all sums fees in all prosecutions, where the State of Ohio made on execution, 4 per cent.; for attending fail, or where the criminal shall prove insolvent, upon a jury, on each trial, 25 cents. or unable to pay, shall respectively receive, annu- Constables' Fees in Criminal Cases.- For servally, a sum not exceeding $50, nor less than $20; ing a warrant on each person named therein, and and for opening, adjudging, and certifying the re- return, 25 cents, and mileage as in civil cases; for turns of members of the General Assembly, and serving a subpæna on each person named therein, county officers, they shall respectively receive, 10 cents, and mileage as above; for commitment annually, a sum not exceeding $6, nor less than of each person, 25 cents; for mileage from the $2, to be paid out of the county treasury, upon place of examination to prison, each mile, 5 cents; the orders of the commissioners.
for every day's attendance on the grand jury, 75 Recorder's Fees.--For recording a mortgage, cents, to be paid out of the county treasury. deed of conveyance, letter of attorney, or any Jurors' Fees. For each juror upon each cause other instrument of writing, for every sheet of one he may be empannelled to try, 40 cents, to be adhundred words, 12 cents; all copies of records, vanced by the person in whose favor the verdict for every sheet of one hundred words, 10 cents shall be given, and taxed in the bill of costs. every search, 12} cents.
Grand Jurors' Fees.—For each day's attendCoroner's Fees. For the view of a dead body, ance, 75 cents, which shall be paid out of the $3; drawing all necessary writings, and making county treasury upon the order of the commisreturn, for every hundred words, 10 cents; for sioners. travelling, each mile, to the place of view,5 cents;
Witnesses' Fees.-For going to, attending at, for issuing a venire for a jury, 25 cents; to each and returning from court, under a subpæna, per juror, upon inquisition of a dead body, 50 cents. day, 50 cents. The coroner's, constable's, and juror's fees, to be Fees under the law against Forcible Entry and paid out of the county treasury. All services Detainer.—There shall be allowed to the several rendered, under the authority of the court, the persons performing services under said act, except same fees as are allowed the sheriff for the same for services herein before provided for, the same services.
fees as are allowed and taxed in the court of comFees of Justices of the Peace, in Civil Cases. mon pleas, for performing similar services. For a summons or capias, 123 cents; every sub- Fees allowed for services actually rendered pæna for one person, 10 cents; each person, in under the act for the Partition of Real Estate. — addition, 4 cenis; entering judgment on trial, 25 To each commissioner, for each day he shall be çents; when confessed, 12 cents; granting and actually employed in the partition of any real esissuing, execution, 25 cents; a certified copy of tate, and in going to, and returning therefrom, $1 proceedings, on an appeal or certiorari, 30 cents; 50; to the surveyor, for each day he shall be emevery continuance or adjournment, at the request ployed in making a survey under the said act, $2; of the party, 10 cents; granting and entering rule io each chain-carrier and axe-man, for each day of reference, 10 cents; copy thereof, 10 cents; employed in making such survey, 75 cents. taking recognisance of bail, 25 cents; issuing bail Fees to the Officers of the Court.- The same piece, 12 cents; swearing witnesses, each, 4 cents; fees as are allowed for the same or similar services issuing writs of attachments, 25 cents each ; scire in other cases of a like nature. facias, 20 cents; advertising bans of matrimony, In the Supreme Court.- Attorneys and coun50 cents; marrying, and making return thereof, sellors at law shall be entitled to receive of the $1 50 cents; the proof or acknowledgment of a party against whom judgment is entered, for a deed or other instrument of writing, with a cer- docket fee, after trial, $8; for a docket 'fee, if tificate thereon, 25 cents; taking depositions, 10 cause is seitled before trial, $5.
Fees of Officers of State Courts.
In the Court of Common Pleas.-For a docket Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That so much of fee, after trial, $6; for a docket fee, if cause is set- the act entitled "An act to regulate county levies," tled before trial, $3.
as authorizes the county commissioners, at their Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That in all cases annual meeting, to allow compensation to the jusin law where an officer, in the due execution of tices of the peace, clerks of the courts of general his office, shall be required to write or set up an quarter sessions of the peace, sheriff, and constaadvertisement for the sale of lands, such officer bles, for services by them, or either of them, pershall be allowed for every such advertisement, 25 formed, for and on behalf of their several counties, cents; and if such advertisement is required to be respectively; also, the law, entitled "A law ascerpublished in a newspaper, the officer proving such taining and regulating the fees of the several offipublication shall be refunded the money he may cers and persons therein named,” adopted and pay therefor, to be taxed in the bill of costs. published at Cincinnati, the sixteenth day of June,
Sec. 3. Be it further enated, That all and every one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five; also, of the respective officers, whose fees are herein the law in addition to the same, published at ascertained, limited, and appointed, shall, and Cincinnati, the first day of May, one thousand they are hereby required to make fáir tables seven hundred and ninety-eight; and also, the act their fees, respectively, according to this act, and entitled "An act regulating the fees of constables to publish and set up the same in their respective in the several counties within this Territory," offices, within three months after the taking effect passed at Cincinnati, the nineteenth day of Deof this act, in some conspicuous part, for the in- cember, one thousand seven hundred and ninetyspection of all persons who have business in the nine; and also, the act, entitled "An act regulatsaid offices, on pain of forfeiting, for each day the ing the fees of civil officers, and for other pursame shall be missing through the said officer's poses," passed the twenty-third day of January, neglect, the sum of $5, wbich penalty may be re-one thousand eight hundred and two; and, also, covered in any court of record by action of debt, the fourth section of the act, entitled "An act alone-half to the informer, and the other half to the lowing compensation to the associate judges, and use of the county where the offence shall have for other purposes," passed the eighteenth day of been committed. If any officer whatsoever shall February, one thousand eight hundred and four, ask, take, or demand greater fees than are herein- be, and the same are hereby, repealed : Provided, before expressed and limited, for any service to be That nothing herein contained shall be considered done by him in his office, or if any officer shall to extend to, or affect the fees for services percharge or demand, and take any of the fees herein formed prior to the taking effect of this act. ascertained, when the business for which such This act shall take effect and be in force from fees are charged shall not have been actually done and after the first day of June next. and performed, such officer, for every such offence, shall, on conviction thereof before any court of
SECRETARY OF State's Office, record for the proper county, forfeit and pay to
Chilicothe, Ohio. the party injured, any sum not exceeding fifiy dol- I do certify, that the foregoing bill is a correct lars. It shall and may be lawful for any person copy of the original roll in my office. to refuse payment of fees to any officer, who shall not make out a bill of particulars signed by him, ber, 1806.
Given under my hand, this 6th day of Novemif required, and also a receipt or discharge signed by him, for the fees paid.
WILLIAM CREIGHTON, JR.
PUBLIC ACTS OF CONGRESS;
PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE NINTH CONGRESS, BEGUN AND HELD
AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 1, 1806.
An Act to suspend the operation of an act, entitled For repairs of vessels, one hundred and ninety
"An act to prohibit the importation of certain goods, thousand two hundred and eight dollars and sixtywares, and merchandise,” and to remit the penalties seven cents. incurred under the same.
For freight, store rent, commissions to agents, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre- and other contingent expenses, seventy-five thousentatives of the United States of America, in sand dollars. Congress assembled, That the operation of the For pay and subsistence of the marine corps, act, passed on the eighteenth day of April last, including provisions for those on shore, and forentitled "An act to prohibit the importation of age for the staff, seventy-eight thousand six hun. certain goods, wares, and merchandise," be, and dred and seventy-eight dollars and thirty cents. the same hereby is, suspended until the first day For clothing for the same, fourteen thousand of July next.
three hundred and sixty dollars, Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all ped- For military stores for the same, five hundred alties, fines, and forfeitures, which may have been and sixty dollars. incurred by virtue of the provisions of the afore- For medicine, medical services, hospital stores, said act, be, and the same hereby are, respectively, and all other expenses on account of the sick beremitted, on payment, by the parties, by whom longing to the marine corps, one thousand one such penalty, fine, or forfeiture, may have been hundred and fifty dollars. incurred, of all costs which have accrued, or may For quartermasters' and barrackmasters' stores, accrue before notice of this act shall have been officers travelling expenses, armorers' and carreceived by the attorneys of the several districts penters' bills, fuel, premium for enlisting, musica) of the United States.
instruments, bounty 10 music, and other continSec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the gent expenses, eight thousand one hundred and President of the United States be, and he is here- forty-five dollars. by, authorized further to suspend the operation of For the expense of navy yards, comprising the aforesaid act, if, in his judgment, the public docks and other improvements, pay of superininterest should require it: Provided, That such tendents, storekeepers, clerks, and laborers, sixty suspension shall not extend beyond the second thousand dollars. Monday in December next.
For ordnance, fifty thousand dollars. NATHANIEL MACON, Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Speaker of the House of Representatives. several sums herein specifically appropriated, GEO. CLINTON,
shall be paid out of any moneys in the Treasury Vice President of the United States not otherwise appropriated.
Senate. / Approved, January 7, 1807.
An Act making appropriations for the support of the An Act making appropriations for the support of the Military Establishment of the United States, for the
Navy of the United States, during the year one year one thousand eight hundred and seven. thousand eight hundred and seven.
Be it enacted, fc., That, for defraying the exBe it enacted, fc., That, for defraying the expense of the Military Establishment of the Unipenses of the Navy of the United States, during ted States, for the year one thousand eight hunthe year one thousand eight hundred and seven, Qred and seven : For the Indian department, and the following sums be, and the same hereby are, for the expense of fortifications, arsenals, magarespectively appropriated ; that is to say:
zines, and armories, the following sums be, and For the pay and subsistence of the officers, and the same hereby are, respectively appropriated; pay of the seamen, two hundred and ninety-six that is to say: Thousand and forty-eight dollars.
For the pay of the army of the United States, For provisions, one hundred and twenty thou-three hundred and two thousand pine hundred and sand eight hundred and fifty dollars and three fifty-two dollars. cents.
For forage, four thousand six hundred and eight For medicines, instruments, and hospital stores, dollars. five thousand dollars.
For the subsistence of the army and corps of 9th Con. 2d Sess.—40