« PreviousContinue »
county of New-York, 128.
PERSONAL PROPERTY: Containing three Ti-
in action, 135.
Art. 4. Of separations, or limited divorces,
Title 1. Of husband and wife: Containing five || CHAP. II. OF COURTS OF PECULIAR AND
SPECIAL JURISDICTION: Containing four Ti-
Title 4. Of courts held by justices of the
Art. 6. Of the powers and proceedings of the
Art. 7. Of proceedings in relation to the con-
Title 5. Of the courts of common pleas and
Title 1. Of actions, and their general divi-
CHAP. V. OF SUITS RELATING TO REAL
ANY DEBT, OR FOR DAMAGES ONLY: Con-
tate may depend, 343.
Title 2. Of pleadings and set-offs, 351.
for damages only, 295.
for penalties and forfeitures, 297.
Art. 4. General provisions concerning the CHAP. VII. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
OF A GENERAL NATURE, APPLICABLE TO
Art. 2. Of docketing judgments, their priori-
estate sold by execution, and to enforce
Title 6. Provisions concerning certain pro-
Art. 4. Of consolidating and referring causes,
or judgment, from inferior courts, 388.
Title 4. Of the trial of issues of fact: Con-
Art. 3. Of special juries, 418.
Art. 4. Of trial and its incidents, 419.
Art. 3. Of the liberties of jails, and admitting
Art. 6. Of the duties of sheriffs, in the execu-
ses where sheriffs are parties, 441.
CHAP. VIII. OF PROCEEDINGS IN SPECIAL
Art. 4. Of proceedings by and against public
Title 5. Of suits against sheriffs, surrogates
ures; and provisions for the collection and
Title 7. Of proceedings for the admeasure-
rent, and of demised premises: Containing
Title 10. Summary proceedings to recover
Title 11. Of distraining cattle and other chat-
Title 13. Of proceedings as for contempts, to
Art. 2. Of the writs of habeas corpus and certiorari, when issued to inquire into the cause of detention, 562. Art. 3. General provisions, 573. Title 2. Of proceedings by scire facias, by information in certain cases, mandamus, prohibition, and ad quod damnum: Containing four Articles.
Art. 1. Of scire facias, 576.
Art. 2. Of informations in the nature of a quo warranto, and in certain other cases, 581. Art. 3. Of writs of mandamus and prohibition, 586.
Title 4. Of offences affecting the administration of justice: Containing three Articles. Art. 1. Of perjury, and subornation of perjury, 681.
Art. 4. Of the writ of ad quod damnum, 588. Title 3. Of writs of error, and appeals: Containing three Articles.
Art. 1. Of writs of error, 590.
Art. 2. Of writs of certiorari and of error, in special cases, 602.
Art. 3. Of appeals from the court of chancery, and surrogates' courts; and from cir- || cuit judges and courts of common pleas, in certain cases, 604.
Art. 2. Of bribery, and of corrupting jurors and others, 682.
Art. 3. Of escapes from prisons and assisting
Title 5. Of offences against the public peace
Title 3. Of the fees of certain officers, 621.
The FOURTH PART of the Revised Statates is entitled "An Act concerning Crimes and Punishments; Proceedings in Criminal Cases, and Prison Discipline;" and consists of THREE CHAPTERS.
Art. 3. Of offences against public decency; of malicious mischief, and of other crimes not before enumerated, 688.
Title 6. Of offences punishable by imprisonment in a county jail, and by fines, 689. Title 7. General provisions concerning crimes and their punishment, 697.
CHAP. I. OF CRIMES, AND THEIR PUNISH-
Title 1. Of crimes punishable with death, 656.
CHAP. II. OF PROCEEDINGS IN CRIMINAL
Title 3. Of offences against property, punishable by imprisonment in a state prison: Containing five Articles.
Art. 1. Of arson, 666.
Title 2. Of the arrest and examination of offenders, their commitment for trial, and letting them to bail, 706.
Title 3. Of trials for offences, before courts of special sessions of the peace: Containing four Articles.
Art. 1. Of trials before courts of special sessions, held in any county of this state, except the city and county of New-York, 711. Art. 2. Of trials before courts of special sessions in the city and county of New-York, 714.
Art. 3. General provisions concerning courts of special sessions, 715.
Art. 4. Of writs of certiorari to courts of special sessions, 717.
Title 4. Of indictments, and proceedings be
fore trial: Containing three Articles. Art. 1. Of the return and summoning of grand
juries, their powers and duties, 720.
Art. 2. Of indictments and proceedings thereon, 725.
Art. 3. Of the removal of indictments, before trial or judgment, 731.
Title 5. Of trials for offences; bills of excep
tion and other proceedings incident to trial, 733.
Title 6. Of judgments, the mode of enforcing them, and of writs of error thereon: Containing two Articles.
Art. 1. Of judgments; the evidence thereof, and the mode of enforcing them, 737.
Art. 2. Of burglary, 668.
Art. 4. Of false personating another, and of
Art. 5. Of robbery, embezzlement and larce-Title 7. Special proceedings in criminal cases, and miscellaneous provisions respecting criBy, 677.
Art. 2. Of writs of error on judgments; and certioraris in criminal cases, 739.
minal proceedings: Containing three Arti
Art. 1. Of coroners' inquests, 742.
Art. 2. Of the outlawry of persons convicted of treason, 743.
Art. 3. Miscellaneous provisions respecting Art. 1. Of the custody and government of the criminal proceedings, 745. state prisons; the officers connected therewith, and their general powers, duties and compensation, 759.
Title 8. Of the fees of officers and ministers of justice in criminal cases, 749.
Art. 2. Of the inspection of county prisons, and the discharge and delivery of prisoners confined therein, 757.
CHAP. III. OF JAILS, PENITENTIARIES AND
Art. 1. Designation of the several county prisons, and provisions concerning their management, 754.
Title 2. Of the state prisons: Containing four
Art. 2. Regulations concerning the treatment
Art. 3. Miscellaneous provisions, 768.
Title 3. General provisions applicable to all