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SHERIFF, Continued.
to sell property attached on order of Court, 654.

See JUSTICES' COURTS.
SIGNATURE, to include mark, 647.
SINGULAR NUMBER deemed to include the plural, 647.
SLANDER, actions for, or libel, 62, 63.

what complaint to contain, 62.
defendant may allege the truth of defamatory matter in his answer, 63.

defendant may give in evidence mitigating circumstances in, 63.
SPANISH LANGUAGE, in what counties summons and other process may be

in, 646.

pleadings in certain counties may be in, by consent, 646.
STATE, where action tried when defendants are nonresidents of the, 20.

service of summons to be made by publication on nonresidents of, 30, 544.
how pleadings verified when, a party, 55.
defendant departing from, with intention to defraud creditors, may be

arrested, 73.
attachments may be issued on contracts made or payable in, 120, 551.
how attidavits taken in, 424.
how affidavits taken in another, 425.
how affidavits taken in a foreign, 126.
how deposition of witness taken in, 428.
cause of action arising in another, 429.

how action may be maintained on, 532.
STATEMENT, on motion for a new trial, 194.

on appeal, what to contain, and on whom served, and when to be made, 338.
what shall be deemed a waiver of, and what a settlement of, 339.
when settled or agreed upon to be filed with Clerk, 341.
to be annexed to the judgment roll or order appealed from, 342.
to be furnished by appellant to appellate Court, 346.
on appeal to County Court on questions of law, 366.
in case of contempt, 481.
of case in Justices' Courts, 538.

on confession of judgment to be sworn to, 376.
STATUTES, private, how pleaded, 61.

evidence of, of other States, 453.

of limitation, when cannot be pleaded, 371.
STAY OF PROCEEDINGS, may be granted after judgment, 197.

may be granted on appeal, 349.
undertaking necessary to, 309, 350, 351, 352, 353, 356.
on writ of review, 459.

See Justices' Courts.
STEAMERS, actions against, and other vessels, 317–332.

liable for service on board, 317.
liable for supplies furnished, 317.
liable for materials for their construction or repair, 317.
liable for wharfage and anchorage, 317.
liable for non-performance or mal-performance of contract, 317.
liable for injuries to persons or property, 317.
causes of action against, to be liens upon, 317.
actions may be brought directly against, 318.
complaint to designate, 319.
on whom summons, etc., served, 320.
may be attached, 321.
undertaking on attachment against, 322.
Sheriff to attach, 323.
undertaking to release attachment against, 324.
in actions against, who may answer, 325.
proceedings against, how conducted, 326.
when attachment against, may be discharged, 327.
may be sold under execution, 328.
claim against, how asserted, 329.
claim against, how contested, 330.

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REFER TO SECTIONS.)

SUPREME COURT, Continued.

appeals to, from County Courts, 349–362.
Judge of, may order prisoner to be examined as witness, 412.
Clerk of, to send down remittitur, 358.
appeal to, from judgment, 465.
decisions of, to be in writing, 657.
may make rules, 643.

rules of, p. 611.
SUPREME COURT CLERK, to copy points and authorities of parties appeal-

ing, 357.

to certify judgment on appeal and send remittitur, 358.
SURETIES, on same or separate instrument, may all be joined in one action, 75.

on arrest, affidavit of, 76.
may be given and defendant be discharged from arrest, 81.
may surrender defendant, 82.
may arrest or cause defendant to be arrested, 83.
justitication of, on release of defendant from arrest, 87.
qualitication of, on arrest, 88.
may be examined as to property, 89.
to execute replevin undertaking, 102.
must justify, 103.
on undertaking to release property replevied, 105.
qualifications of, 106.
qualitications of, on indemnify bond to Sheriff, 109.
to undertaking attachment, 122.
defendant to give undertaking with two, in order to release attachment, 123.
on release of attachment may be sued, 134.
qualifications of, 137.
justification of, 137.
in attachment against steamers, 322.
in attachment on release of, 323.
on undertaking on appeal, 348–350, 352, 355, 356.
on release bond for contempt, 485.
on undertaking for costs, 512.
qualitications of, 513.
may compel party for whom they are bound to pay debt, 527.
justification of, in all cases, 650.
on writ of error, (Supreme Court Rules, No. 27) p. 615.

See JUSTICES' COURts.
SURGEON, not to be a witness in certain cases, 398.
SURPLUS MONEY on foreclosure to be paid to defendant, 247.
SURPRISE, Court may relieve a party from a judgment taken through, 68.
which ordinary prudence could not guard against, ground for a new trial, 193.

See JUSTICES' Courts.
SURVEY, Court may allow, where claims to property are conflicting, 258, 259.

of land in partition may be made, 276.

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TAX, COURT, to be applied to pay salary of Judge, 509.
TENANTS, joint, in common, etc., may bring action for partition, 264.

for less than ten years not to be atiected by partition, 280.
whose estate has been sold to receive compensation, 290.
unknown, to be protected by Court, 292.

See PROPERTY, REAL; PARTITION OF REAL PROPERTY.
TENDER, of money on redemption, 233.
of money before suit brought, 506.

See Justices' Courts.
TESTIMONY, may be taken down by Clerk, 663.

of witness to be taken on postponement if required, 664.
when taken to be evidence subject to objection, 664.
of a witness may be taken by deposition, when, 428.
how taken by deposition, 429–131.

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UNDERTAKING, Continued.

qualifications of sureties on, 106.
of indemnity in replevin to a Sheriff, 109.
on attachment, effect of, 122.
to release attachment, 123, 137.
may be prosecuted, 134.
of indemnity on execution to a Sheriff, 218.
on injunction, effect of, 115.
on release of judgment debtor, 239.
on attachment of steamers, etc., 322.
on release of attachment of steamers, etc., 323.
on appeal to Supreme Court, 348, 356, 360.
on appeal from judgment ordering delivery of personal property, 3352.
may be in one or several instruments, 354.
to stay proceedings, how it must be, 349.
to stay proceedings when judgment is for delivery or assignment, 350.
to stay proceedings when judgment directs execution of a conveyance, 351.
on appeal from ju lyment ordering delivery of personal property, 352.
what shall be effect of, 335.
on appeal from County Court, 360.
on discharge troin arrest for contempt, 485.
for cost, by non-resident, 512.

See JUSTICES' COURTS.
UNLIQUIDATED DEMAND), witness on assignment of, 4.

action by assignee of, 4.
UNKNOWN, when defendant's name is, 69, 540.

when persons interested in real property are, 265.

proceeds of sale of property belonging to, 300.
USURPATION, of oilice or franchise, 310–316.

See OFFICE.

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VACATION, Courts may issue writs of certiorari and mandate in, 653.
VARIANCE, between the allegations and the proofs to be disregarded, 579.
VENIRE. See JCRORS ; JURY.
VENUE. See PLACE OF TRIAL; JUSTICES' Courts.
VERDICT, what may be done in case of sickness of juror before, 164.

conduct of jury before reading, 166.
jury may bring in sealed, 170.
when jury have agreed upon, 171.
may be corrected, 172.
shall be read to jury, 173.
shall be recorded, 173.
may be either general or special, 174.
what is a general or special, 174, 175.
general, shall control special, 175.
to establish amount, 176.
to tind value of property and damages, 177.
wliat to be when plaintiit's right to real property is terminated, 256.

against joint debtors to be for surplus, 373.
VERIFICATION, of pleadings, when and how made, 51, 55.

of answer may be omitted, when, 52.
form of, or substance of, 55.
form of, on injunction, 113.
complaint against steamer to be verified, 319.
of statement on confession of judgment, 375.

of memorandum of costs, 510.
VESSELS. See STEAMERS, 317–332.
VIOLATION, of ordinance, suits for, 639.
VOLUNTARY APPEARANCE, gives Court jurisdiction, 35.

is equivalent to personal service, 35.

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