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21 and females 30 days Advance notice affidavit age of consent applicant authorized bigamy celebrant is subject celebrant.—A justice ceremony.—No provision COMMON LAW MARRIAGES consent.—Required for males contracting marriage contracting parties county clerk court declared distribution.—The celebrant etc.—No provision females under 18 forbidden forfeit Form of ceremony.—No Form of license.—It gospel INTER-STATE RELATIONS issuance issuing a license Laws through 1917 legal impediment license.—No provision license.—The license males under 21 MARRIAGE LICENSE MARRIAGE RECORD MARRIAGEABLE AGE Males marriages are recognized MARRIAGES Such marriages minister miscegenetic marriage misdemeanor non-residents North Dakota oath obtained.—From the clerk officer parent or guardian parental consent Parental consent.—Required Penalties.—For failure penalty Penalty.—For failure Penalty.—For solemnizing Penalty.—See Presentation of license.—Required PROHIBITIONS Marriage Record of license.—Required record.—No provision record.—The clerk registrar religious society requirements and prohibitions.—The Rhode Island solemnize marriage South Carolina statute town unless otherwise specified valid venereal disease Virginia West Virginia white person Wisconsin witnesses
Page 8 - If there were centered in Washington a single source of authority from which proceeded all the governmental forces of the country — created and subject to change at its will — upon whose permission all legislative and administrative action depended throughout the length and breadth of the land, I think we should swiftly demand and set up a different system. If we did not have States we should speedily have to create them.
Page 12 - It is sufficient if the acts and declarations of the parties, their reputation as married people, and the circumstances surrounding them in their daily lives, naturally lead to the conclusion that, although they began to live together as man and mistress, they finally agreed to live together as husband and wife.
Page 45 - North Carolina; North Dakota; Oklahoma; Oregon; South Carolina; South Dakota; Tennessee; Texas; Utah; Virginia; West Virginia; and Wyoming.
Page 99 - A written contract of marriage signed by both parties and at least two witnesses who shall subscribe the same, stating the place of residence of each of the parties and witnesses and the date and place of marriage, and acknowledged by the parties and witnesses in the manner required for the acknowledgment of a conveyance of real estate...
Page 44 - The general rule is that the validity of a marriage is determined by the law of the place where it was contracted...
Page 23 - Before issuing a license to marry to a person who resides and intends to continue to reside in another state the officer having authority to issue the license shall satisfy himself by requiring affidavits or otherwise that such person is not prohibited from intermarrying by the laws of the jurisdiction where he or she resides.
Page 23 - That if any person residing and intending to continue to reside in this state who is disabled or prohibited from contracting marriage under the laws of this state shall go into another state or country and there contract a marriage prohibited and declared void by the laws of this state, such marriage shall be null and void for all purposes in this state with the same effect as though such prohibited marriage had been entered into in this state.
Page 66 - All marriages contracted without this state, which would be valid by the laws of the country in which the same were contracted, are valid in this state.
Page 124 - SEC. 303. (a) Any person who violates any of the provisions of section 301 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall on conviction thereof be subject to imprisonment for not more than one year, or a fine of not more than $1,000, or both such imprisonment and fine...
Page 109 - No license to marry shall be issued where either of the contracting parties is an imbecile, epileptic, of unsound mind or under guardianship as a person of unsound mind, nor to any male person who is or has been within five years an inmate of any county asylum or home for indigent persons, unless it satisfactorily appears that the cause of such condition has been removed and that such male applicant is able to support a family and...