Brightly's Purdon's Digest: A Digest of the Statute Law of the State of Pennsylvania from the Year 1700 to 1894, Volym 1

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Kay and brother, 1894

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Acts of Assembly Continued
62
Actions Real
74
2 Of subscriptions for the laws
76
LandOffice
77
Adjoining Owners
82
Aliens
91
Amendment
99
Animals
107
Arbitration
122
Proceedings on assignments
142
Attorneygeneral
148
Beneficial Societies 215 See Charities Corporations
161
BaggageSmashing See Promissory Notes
220
Penalties for unauthorized issue of Boroughs
228
Bottles and Barrels 258 Certiorari
260
Charge of the Court
294
Bridges See Corporations
303
Canal Companies 279 Commissioners of Bail
309
Capital Punishment III Election of judges 320 IV Additional law judges
321
VI Of special courts of common pleas
327
I Department of common schools
334
Commutation of Sentence
371
Contagious Diseases
381
Contribution
387
Corporations
403
Costs
434
Division of the state into counties
435
Their corporate powers
436
Of the public buildings
437
Of new counties
440
Of new townships c
443
County Auditors
446
Their powers and duties
447
Of the reports of county auditors
448
County Commissioners
449
Their powers and duties
450
County Controller
452
County Officers
455
County Prisons See Jails County Records See Records County Surveyors
460
County Treasurers
461
Their powers and duties c
463
Courts See Common Pleas Criers and Tipstaves Judges CourtsMartial See National Guard Cremation
466
Criers and Tipstaves
467
Crimes
468
Abortion
472
Academic degrees
473
Adultery
474
Assault
476
Baggagesmashing
478
Billposting
479
Crimes Continued
482
Cesspools
483
Counterfeiting
485
1 Counterfeiting co 2 Counterfeiting 486 3 Counterfeiting n rency
488
5 Counterfeiting pu 489 6 Professional 489 CO XXII Cruelty to animals
489
Disorderly conduct
491
Duelling
492
Elections
493
Embezzlement
499
Embracery
501
Enlistment
502
Explosives
503
False pretences
504
Fast driving
505
Forgery
506
Fornication and bastard
507
Fortunetelling
508
Fraudulent accounts and 509 XLIII Gambling
509
Homicide
510
Incest
512
Obscene literature
525
Obstructing process
526
Oysters and clams
527
Partnership
528
Personation
529
Prizefighting
530
Professional thieves
531
Public officers
532
Race and color
533
Rape
535
Receiving stolen goods 5
536
Robbery
537
Crimes Continued
538
Criminal Procedure
544
Criminal Trials
565
Of the inventory and appraisement
583
Of the debts of a decedent
591
Of the partition of a decedents real
603
Of sales under proceedings in partition
611
Of the distribution of a decedents
618
Of testamentary trustees
625
5 Certain acknowledgments vali
627
Defalcation
668
Detectives
677
Dower
702
Ejectment
709
Elections
717
Elections Continued
737
Closing of pollsCounting vote
745
Electric Light Heat and Power Companies
770
Errors and Appeals
787
Escheats
798
Estates for Life
809
Exchange Brokers
826
levy on personal estate
839
Of sheriffs deeds
855
Executors and Administrators
861
Factors
867
False Pretences
877
Coroners
887
See Amusements Inns and Taver
903
FireEscapes
914
Foreign Attachment
929
Foreign Banks
937
Foreign Corporations 937 GroundRents
967
Foreign Judgments 939 Gunpowder
973
Forgery Habitual Drunkards
980
Fuel Companies Holidays
986
Gaol Hotel Companies
993
Girard College 960
1003
Ice
1010
Inns and Taverns
1021
Accident insurance
1048
Insurance by others than corporations
1059
Interpreters
1066
Iron Manufacturing Companies
1074
Joint Debtors
1085
See Arrest of Judgment Evidence Foreign
1093
Judgment by Default
1105
Jury
1118
Proceedings subsequent to the judg
1142
Kidnapping
1157
LandOffice
1171
See Crimes Dogs and Sheep HorseStealing
1205
Limited Partnership
1219
Transfer of license
1229
Lost Policies
1238
Lumbering over unimproved lands
1249
Lunatics and Habitual Drunkards
1269

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