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

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Kay and brother, 1894
 

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Apothecaries
108
Lien for work and materials
145
Representative 114
152
Barratry
215
Bail See Bailees
222
Penalties for unauthorized issue of Boroughs
228
Savings banks without capital stock XX Executions against boroughs
255
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
Cemeteries Common Schools
332
Convicts 387
434
Criminal Procedure
544
See Education
627
Defalcation
668
Detectives
677
Deaf and dumb
705
See Railroads
717
Elections Continued XVII Nominations to office
737
Ballots
740
Election room or booth
742
Opening of polls Voting
743
Closing of polls Counting vote Return
745
Ballotboxes
746
Duties of peace officers
747
Misdemeanors
748
Election expenses
749
Duties of the prothonotary
751
Elections by militia or volunteers in actual service
752
Of particular elections
758
4 Of presidential electors
759
6 Of state treasurer and audi torgeneral
760
7 Primary elections
761
Elections to supply vacancies
762
3 In congress
763
3 Of state officers
765
4 Of judges
766
6 Of county and township offi cers
767
Electric Light Heat and Power Companies
770
Embezzlement See Crimes Insurance Limitation of Ac tions TradesUnions Embracery See Crimes Eminent Domain
771
Enlistment See Crimes National Guard Equitable Plaintiffs
773
Equity
774
Equity jurisdiction of the courts
775
Supreme Court
777
Discovery in aid of an execution
778
Dower and partition
779
Boundaries
780
Corporation mortgages
781
Wharves and docks
782
Proceedings in courts of equity
783
2 Injunctions
784
3 Amendments
785
Equity Rules See Supreme Court
786
Escheated deposits
804
Power of domestic corporations to hold lands
806
Confirmations of title
808
Estates for Life See Sequestration Estates Tail
809
Estrepement See Waste
811
Evidence
812
tion of evidence
813
Witnesses in criminal cases
815
Witnesses in civil proceedings
817
Of depositions
820
Of office copies
822
Of official registers and certificates
824
Judgments of prize courts
825
Exchange Brokers See Brokers Excise See Constables Liquors Execution See Boroughs Common Schools Constables Convicts Corporations Count...
826
When execution may issue
828
Of the stay of execution
829
Of the liability to execution
830
Of the exemption from execution
831
Attachmentexecution
834
Of the writ of fieri facias and the levy on personal estate
839
Sheriffs interpleader
840
Of the landlords lien on goods taken in execution
842
Proceedings on fieri facias levied on real estate
843
Proceedings where lands are extended
845
Of the writ of venditioni erponas
847
Of executions against lifeestates
849
Executions against lands in adjoining counties
850
Of testatum writs of execution
851
Proceedings where lands are purchased by a liencreditor
852
State treasurer
901
See Decedents Estates
903
owder
908
See Wages
914
Clerks of oyer and terminer 883
929
Register of wills 896
937
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939
Foreign Guardians
972
See Practice
981
See Crimes Gaming
988
Gas and Water Companies 954
994
Girard College orphans 963
1004
Grain and Salt 965
1010
False representation as to age 1019 Intelligence Offices
1062
Insanity
1076
Of the petition and proceedings thereon
1089
Judgment by Default
1105
Justices of the Peace
1119
LandOffice Continued
1171
Larceny
1205
in 892
1208
Limited Partnership
1219
ne land
1233
ns
1246
der
1254
Lunatics and Habitual Drunkards
1269

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