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TITLE XII.
Of miscellaneous proceedings and general provisions,
CHAPTER I. Disposition of the real property of infants,

II. Discovering the death of a person on whose life

an estate depends,
III. The collection and remission of fines and forfei-

tures,
IV. General provisions,

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CHAPTER I.
Disposition of the real property of infants,
SECTION 1629. Conveyance of infants' estates under pre-

vious contract,
1630. Sale of infants' estate when necessary,
1631. Manner of application and service of notice,
1632. Special guardian to be appointed,
1633. Guardian to give security,
1634. What security required,
1635. Court to hear evidence, or may refer,
1636. Order to be made, its contents,
1637. Report of sale to be confirmed,
1638. Court to direct disposition of proceeds,
1639. Proceeding when property is subject to

dower,
1640. Several infants included in one application, -
1641. Costs limited,

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CHAPTER II.
Discovering the death of a person on whose life an estate de.

pends,
SECTION 1641. Application to produce person on whose life

an estate depends,
1642. Contents of application,
1643 Twenty days notice to be given,
1644. Proceedings on the hearing,
1645. Costs may be allowed,
1646. An estate recovered on presumption of death,

to be restored afterwards, if the person be
living,

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The collection and remission of fines and forfeitures,
SECTION 1647. Orders imposing fines, how made,

1648. Clerk to deliver copy to sheriff,
1649. Sheriff to collect fine or imprison,
1650. When sheriff liable,
1651. When undertaking in criminal action may be

prosecuted,
1652. County court may remit certain fines,
1653. Power to remit fines restricted,
1654. Summary jndgment allowed on undertakings,

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CHAPTER IV.
General provisions,
SECTION 1655. Appeals from final orders in county court,

1656. Manner of the appeal,
1657. General rules as to certain special proceed-

ings,
1658. General rule as to amendments in special

proceedings,

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PART IV.

OF EVIDENCE,
TITLE I. Of the general principles of evidence,

II. Of the kinds and degrees of evidence,
III. Of the production of evidence,
IV. Of the effect of evidence.

V. Of the rights and duties of witnesses,
VI. Of evidence in particular cases and miscellane-

ous and general provisions,

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GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND DIVISIONS,

692 Section 1659. Definition of evidence,

696 1660. Definition of proof,

696 1661. Definition of law of evidence,

696, 697 1662. The degree of certainty, required to establish facts,

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Section 1664. Several degrees of evidence specified,

1665. Original evidence, defined,
1666. Secondary evidence defined,
1667. Direct evidence defined,
1668. Indirect evidence defined,
1669. Primary evidence defined,
1670. Partial evidence defined,
1671. Satisfactory evidence defined,
1672. Indispensible evidence defined,
1673. Conclusive evidence defined,
1674. Cumulative evidence defined,
1675. Corroborative evidence defined,
1676. General divisions and arrangement,

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of the general principles of evidence,
SECTION 1677. One witness sufficient to prove a fact,

1678. Testimony confined to personal knowledge,
1679. Testimony to be in presence of persons, af-

fected,
1680. Witness presumed to speak the truth,
1681. One person not affected by acts of another,
1682. Declaration of predecessor in title evidence,
1683. Declarations which are part of the transac-

tion,
1684. Evidence relating to third persons
1685. Declaration of deceased person, evidence of

pedigree,
1686. Declarations of deceased persons, evidenco

against his successor in interest,
1657. When part of a transaction proved, the whole

is admissable,
1688. Contents of writing, how proved,

An agreement reduced to writing, deemed

the whole,
1630. Construction of language, relates to place

where used,
1691. Construction of slatules and instruments,

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general rule, 1692. The intention of the legislature or parties, 1693. The circumstances to be considere),

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