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1768. Private writings acknowledged and certified,-
1769. County clerks to keep private papers depo-

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CHAPTER IV.

Material objects presented to the senses other than writings,

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CHAPTER VI.

Indispensable evidence,

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SECTION 1781. Indispensable evidence, what,

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1782. To prove usage, perjury, and treason, more
than one witness required,

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1793. Will to be in writing,

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1784. How revoked,

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1785. Transfer of real property to be in writing,

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1786. Last sections not to operate in certain cases,

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SECTION 1793. Evidence to be produced, by whom,

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1794. Writing altered, who to explain,

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ARTICLE I. Mode of taking the testimony of witnesses,

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Affidavits,

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III. Depositions,

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IV. Manner of taking depositions out of the state,
V. Manner of taking depositions in the state,

VI. General rules of examination,

ARTICLE I.

Mode of taking the testimony of witnesses,

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SECTION 1809. Testimony, in what mode taken,

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1810. An affidavit defined,

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1820. Testimony of a witness out of state, when

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Manner of taking depositions out of the state,

SECTION 1822. Testimony of witness out of state, how taken,

1823. Commission, how issued,

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1825. Trial, when postponed therefor,

1826. Deposition out of state, taken before commis

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Manner of taking deposition in the state,

SECTION 1829. Deposition in the state, how taken, 1830. Either party may attend,

1831. When deposition excluded,

1832. Once taken, may be read at any time,

1833. Deposition in this state, to be used in any

other states,

1834. How to procure witness upon commission,

1835. How, if no commission,

1836. Deposition how taken,

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SECTION 1842. Leading question, defined,

1843. When witness may refresh memory from

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1846. Witness how examined, when re-examined,

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1847, 1848. How impeached,

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1849. Evidence of good character, when allowed,

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1850. Writing shown to witness, may be inspected
by adverse party,

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1851. Judge or juror may be called,

TITLE IV.

Of the effect of evidence,

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1852. Jury, judges of effect of evidence, but to be
instructed on certain points,

TITLE V.

Of the rights and duties of witnesses,

SECTION 1853. Witness bound to attend when subpœnaed,

1854. Witnesses bound to answer questions,
1855. Right of witnesses to protection,

1856. Witnesses protected from arrest when attend

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Evidence in particular cases, ⚫

SECTION 1859. An offer equivalent to payment,

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