Obrázky stránek
PDF
ePub
[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]

States and

Terriories.
Alabama..
Alaska...
Arizona.
Arkansas.
California.
Colorado....
Connecticut.
Delaware.
Dist. of Columbia.
Florida..
Georgia.
Hawaii.
Idaho.
Illinois.
Indiana.
Indian Territory.
Iowa..
Kansas...
Kentucky
Louisiana.
Maine.
Maryland.
Massachusetts
Michigan...
Minnesota.
Mississippi,
Missouri.
Montana,
Nebraska.
Nevada.
New Hampshire.
New Jersey
New Mexico....
New-York
North Carolina.
North Dakota...,
Ohio,...

...
Oklahoma, . ***
Oregon..
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island.
South Carolina.

151,7191
341,5481
422,845

406,511

76,556
228,705
380,546
472,040

4,762

1880.

1890. 1900.
1,262,505) 1,513,017 1,828,697

33,426 36,500 63,692
40,440 59,620 122,931
802,525 1,128,179 1,311,684
864,694 1,208,130 1,486,053
194,327 412,198 539,700
622, 700 746, 258

908,420
146,608 168,493 184,735
177,624 230,392 278,718
269, 493 391, 422 828,542
1,542,180 1,837,353 2,216,331

89, 990 154,001
32,610 84,385 161,772
3,077,871 3,826,351 4,821,650
1,978,301 2,192, 404 2,816,462

76,895 180,389 392,060
1,624, 615 1,911,896 2,231,853

996,096 1,427 096 1,470,495
1,648, 690 1,858, 635 2.147,174

939,946 1,118,587 1,381,625
648,936 661,086 694, 466
934,943 1,042,390 1,188,044
1,783,085 2,238,943 2,805,346
1,636,937 2,093,889 2,420,982

780, 773 1,301,826 1,751,394
1,131,597 1.289,600 1,651,270
2,168,380 2,679, 184 3,106,665

39,159 132, 159 243,329
452, 402 1,058.910 1,066,300

62,266 45, 761 42,335
346,991 376,530 411,588
1,131, 116 1,444,933 1,883, 669

119,565 153,593 195,310
5,082,871 5,997,853 7,268,894
1,399, 750) 1,617,947 1,893,810

182,719 319, 146
8,198,062 3,672,316 4,157,548

61,834 398,331
174,768 313,767 413.536
4,282,891 5,258,014 0,302,115
276,531 346,506 428,556
993,577 1,151,149 1,340, 316

14,999
55,162 157,445 476,183 851,4701 1,711,931 2,539,891
147,178 343,031 685,866 988,416 1,350, 428 1,880,637

9,761 68,152
43,112
192,214 674,913 1,194,020

107,206 364,399
564,133 667,9,17 779,828 982, 405| 1,153,684 1,321,011
152,923 213,739 352,411 511,762 708,002 726,915
298, 269 399,455 501,793 583,169 628, 279 626, 915
407,350 447,040 470,019 583,034 687,049 780,894
523,159 610,408 737,699 991,5141 1,231,066 1,457,351
8,765 31,639 212,267 397,654 749,113 1,184,069

6,077

172,023 439,706
75,448 136,621 375,651 606,526 791,305 827,922
66,557 140,451 383,702 682,044 1,182,012! 1.721, 295

20,595
28,841 122,993

6,857 42,491
244,022 269,328 284,5741 317,976 326,073 318,300
277,426 320,823

489,555 672,035 906,096

93,516 91,874 1,372,111 1,918,608 2,428,921 3,097,394 3,880, 735 4,382,759

638,829 737,087 753, 419 869,039 992.622 1,071,361 581,295 937,903) 1,519,487) 1,980,329) 2,339,511 2,665,260

13,294 62,465 90,923 1,047,507 1,348,233 1,724,033 2,311.786) 2.906,215 3,521,951 83.015 97, 199 108,830 147,345

174,620 217,353 502,741

581,185 594,395 668.507 703, 708 705, 606

[blocks in formation]

373,306 61,547

[blocks in formation]
[graphic]

212.392

South Dakota

328,808

401,570 Tennessee.

105,602 261,727 422,771 681,904 829,210) 1,002,717 1,109,801 1,258,620 1,642,359 1,767,518 2,020,616 Texas.

604,215 818,679 1,591,749 2,235,523 3,048, 710 Utah.........

11.3801 40,273 • 86,786 143,963 207,905 276,749 Vermont

154,5631 217,895 235,966 280,652 291.948 314,1201 315,098 320.551 332.286 332.422 343.641 Virginia

880, 200 974,600 1,065, 116) 1,211, 405 1,239, 797) 1,421,651] 1,696,318 1,225,1631 1,512,565 1.655,980| 1,854,184 Washington,

11,594 23,955 75,116 349,390 818,103 West Virginia

442,014 618,457 762,794 958,800 Wisconsin

30,945 305,391 775,881 1,054,6701 1,315, 497 1,686,880 2,069,042 Wyoming

9,1181 20,789

60,705

92,531
Total population 15,308,483 7,239.881 9,633.822 12,866,020) 17,069,453 23,191,876 31,443,321 38,558,371 50. 155, 783 62,622, 25076,303.387

*Inclusive of 91,219 persons in the military and naval service of the United States (including civilian employes, etc.) stationed
abroad. not credited to any State or Territory, The cen sus of Porto Rico showed a population of 953,243.

AREA AND

1 Square
miles.

SETTLEMENT OF

Aug.

SETTLEMENT, AREA, LEGISLATIVE TERMS AND ELECTIONS.
Settled.
Act of organiza-

Legislature.
States and
tion or date of Length

Next general election.
Territories.

By whom.
When. admission.

Next session begins.

of term.
French
Alabama

1713 Dec. 14, 1819... 50 days. *Tu. a. 2 M. Jan., 1907. . Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1906.
Purch'd from Russia.
Alaska

July 27, 1868..

1390
Spanish

Feb. 24, 1863... 60 days.. *3 M. Jan., 1905.
Arizona

*Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904.
French
1683 June 15, 1836...'60 days.. *2 M. Jan., 1905

*1 M. Sept., 1904.
Arkansas ......

Spanish
California

1769
Sept. 9, 1850...90 days..lt1 M. Jan., 1904.

2Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. Colorado

1850 1, 1876... 90 days.. *1 W. Jan., 1905.

*Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904.
Connecticut
E.n. from Mass.
1633

No limit. 1 W. a. 1 M. Jan., 1905. *Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904,
Delaware
Swedes and Finns. 1627

60 days..*2 Tu. Jan., 1906

2Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. Florida Spanish

1565 March 3, 1845. 60 days. . *Tu a. 1 M. April, 1905. *Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904.
Georgia
English
1733
60 days.. 14 W. Oct., 1904

*1 W Oct., 1904.
Hawaii

60 days.. *3 W. Feb., 1905

*Nov. 8, 1904.
1842 July
Emigrants

3,- 1890.. 60 days..*1 M. a. Jan. 1, 1905. *Tu, a. 1 M. Nov., 1904.
Idaho ...........
Illinois
French

1720

3, 1818. No limit. *W. 2. 1 M. Jan., 1905. *Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. Indiana French

1730
Dec.
11, 1818.. 61 days.. *Jan. 8, 1905.

*Tu, A. 1 M. Nov., 1904.
Em. from New-Eng.. 1835
Iowa
Dec. 28, 1846.. No limit. 11 M. Jan., 1904.

*Tu, a, 1 M. Nov., 1904.
Kansas
Em, from West, States 1850

Jan.
29, 1861.. 50 days.. *2 Tu. Jan., 1905.

*Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904.
Em, from Virginia... 1775
Kentucky
June 1, 1792.. 60 days.. *Jan. 2, 1904.

2Tu, a, 1 M. Jan., 1904.
Louisiana
French
1699 April 8, 1812... 60 days.. *2 M. May, 1904.

22 Tu. April, 1904. Maine English 1630 March 15, 1820. No limit. *1 W. Jan., 1905

*2 M. Sept., 1904, Maryland English 1634

90 days..t1 W. &. Jan, 1, 1904. *Tu, a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. Massachusetts English Puritans.

1620 No limit. *1 W. Jan., 1905.

3 Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. Michigan French

1670 Jan, 26, 1837. No limit. *Tu. a. 1 M. Jan., 1905. *Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. Minnesota New-England Em. 1819

May

11, 1858.. 90 days...1 Tu, a. 1 M. Jan., 1904 •Tu, a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. Mississippi French

1716

10, 1817.. 30 days.. *1 W. a. Jan. 1, 1905. *Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. Missouri French

1755 10, 1821... 70 days.. *1 M. Jan., 1905.

*Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. Montana Em. from South.

1852 Nov. 8, 1889.. 60 days...1 Tu, Jan., 1905

?Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. Nebraska Emigrants 1850 March 1, 1867... 60 days. . *3 M. Jan., 1905.

Nov. 4, 1904.
Em. from California.
Nevada
1850 Oct. 31, 1864, 60 days..*1 W. Jan., 1905.

*Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1994. New-Hampshire. (English

1623 No limit. 1+2 Tu. Jan., 1904.

*Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904.

Dec.

62,250
677,390
113,020

53,850
158,360
103,925

4,990
2,050
58,680
69,4769

6,600
84,800
56, 650
36,850
56,025
82,080
40,400
48, 720
83.040
12.210

8,315
58,915
83,365
46,810
69,415
146,080

77,510
110,700

9,305

STATES.

Dec.
Aug.

243

8 Tu,

May

SETTLEMENT, AREA, LEGISLATIVE TERMS AND ELECTIONS--(Continued). Settled. Act of organiza

Legislature. States and tion or date of Length

iSquare

Next general election. Territories,

Next session begins.

miles.
By whom. When. admission. of term.
New Jersey
Dutch and Danes, 1627

60 days. .1*3 M. Jan., 1905.... 8Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 7,815
New-Mexico Spanish

1582 Sept. 9, 1850. No limit. 11 W. Jan., 1904.

*Tu, a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 122.580 New-York Dutch

1623 July 26, 1788.. 60 days.. *W. a, 1 M, Jan., 1905. 8Tu, a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 49, 170 North Carolina. English

1585 Nov. 21, 1789, No limit. *2 Tu. Jan., 1905.

2 Nov., 1904.

62,250
North Dakota. Em. from Mid, States 1859

Nov.
2, 1889.
60 days.. 1 M. Jan., 1904.

*Tu, a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 70,795
Ohio
New-England Em.. 1768 Feb.
19, 1803.. No limit. *Jan. 6, 1905.

Tu, a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 41,060
Oklahoma
Emigrants

1889
May
2, 1890... 60 days.. *2 M. Jan., 1905

*Tu, a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 39.030 Oregon Em. from New-York. 1811 Feb. 14, 1859.. 40 days.. 11 Tu, Jan., 1905.

*1 M. June, 1904.,

96,030
Pennsylvania Swedes

1648
Dec.
12, 1787... No limit.1 Tu. Jan., 1904.

1 M. Nov., 1904. 45, 215 Rhode Island... English

1636 May 29, 1790.. 60 days.. 12 Tu, Jan., 1904.

3 Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 1,250 South Carolina.. French

1562 28, 1788... 40 days.. *T, a. 1 M. Jan., 1905. *2 Tu. Nov., 1904.

30,570 South Dakota... Em. from Mid. States 1859 Nov. 2, 1889... 75 days..*1 M. Jan., 1905.

*Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 77,570 Tennessee Em. from N. C..

1765 June 1, 1796... 175 days.. *Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. *Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 42,050 Spanish Texas ....

1690 Dec.

29, 1845... No limit. *2 Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904 *Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 265,780
Utah ............
Spanish
1847 Jan. 4, 1896... 60 days. . *2 M. Jan., 1905

2Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 84,970
Vermont
Em. from Mass.
1763 March 4, 1791... No limit, *1 W. Oct., 1904.

*1 Tu. Sept., 1904.

5,563
Virginia
English
1607
90 days.. 1*1 W. Dec., 1905.

2Tu, a, 1 M. Nov., 1904. 42,450
Washington Em, from California. 1845 Nov. 11, 1889.. 60 days.. *2 M. Jan., 1905.

2Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 69, 180
West Virginia.. English

1607 June 19, 1863.. 45 days..*2 W. Jan., 1905.

2Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 24, 780 Wisconsin French 1745 May 29, 1848... No limit. *Jan. 14, 1905.

?Tu, a, 1 M, Nov., 1904. 56,040
Wyoming
Em. from Mid. States 1867 July 10, 1890...140 days. .'*2 Tu. Jan., 1905.

2Tu. a. 1 M. Nov., 1904. 97,890
Note-Abbreviations as “M.," "Tu.,' "a" mean “Monday,' "Tuesday” and “after. *Biennial. Sessions annual. 1 Inclusive
of land and water. 2 Quadrennial State elections. 3 Annual eléctions. *Quadrennial sessions. For terms of office, salaries, etc., of
Governors and other State officers (including names of other officials) see under title “State Governments.

Note-If the forty-five States be arranged according to the mode of admission, excepting the thirteen original States, they
would be grouped thus: Four were formed from other States—Vermont from New-York, Maine from Massachusetts, Kentucky and
West Virginia from Virginia, One (California) had no previous Territorial government. One (Texas) was annexed; and the remain-
ing twenty-six had been organized as Territories prior to their admission as States.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN THE UNITED STATES.
In the United States women possess suffrage upon equal terms with men at all elections in four States: In Wyoming, estab-
lished in 1869; Colorado, in 1893; Utah, in 1895; Idaho, in 1896. In Kansas women possess school suffrage, established in 1861,
and municipal suffrage, established in 1887. In 18 additional States women possess school suffrage: In Michigan, and Minnesota,
established in 1875; New-llampshire and Oregon, 1878; Massachusetts, 1879; New-York and Vermont, 1880; Nebraska, 1883; Wis-
consin, 1885; Washington, 1886; Arizona, Montana, New-Jersey, North Dakota and South Dakota, 1887; Illinois, 1891; Connecticut,
1433; Ohio, 1894. Two additional States permit women to vote upon the issuance of municipal bonds: Montana, established in 1887;
Iowa, 1894, Louisiana gavo all women taxpayers the suffrage upon all questions of publio expenditures in 1898. Either full or
fractional suffrage for women exists in 26 States.

The National American Woman Suffrage Association maintains headquarters at Warren, Ohio. Its officers are: Honorary presi-
dent, Susan B. Anthony, Rochester, N. Y.; president, Carrie Chapman Catt, No. 205 West Fifty-seventh-st., New-York; vice-presi-
dent-at-large, the Rev. Anna H. Shaw, Philadelphia; corresponding secretary, Kate M. Gordon, New-Orleans; recording secretary,
Alice Stone Blackwell, Boston; treasurer, Harriet Taylor Upton, Warren, Ohio; auditors, Laura Clay, Lexington, Ky., and Mary
J. Coggeshall, Des Moines. State associations auxiliary to the national body exist in each State,

[graphic]

Male.

male. Fe

21

2

18

1

18

[ocr errors]

1

1

MARRIAGE LAWS.
Age of
States
consent.

Other and

Prohibited

Void or voidable prohibited Territories.

degrees.

marriages. or punishable

marriages. *Alabama

18 Ancestors, descendants, Prohibited degrees. & 13

brothers, sisters, uncles,
aunts, nephews, nieces,

step-relatives.
Arizona
21 18 First cousins.

5 18 18 *Arkansas 21 18 Same as Arizona.

2 4 5 1 3

13 *California 18 15 Same as Arizona.

1 2 4 5 6 7 13

2 18 *Colorado 21 18 Same as Arizona.

13 *Connecticut

21
Same as Alabama.

Pauper. *Delaware

21 18 Same as Alabama *Dist. of Colum. 21 16 Same as Alabama.

1 Florida 21 16 Within Levitical degrees. 1 2

15 *Georgia 21 18 Same as Florida 17

1 2 4 8 1 13 *Hawaii

20 18 Within fourth degree of Prohibited degrees. Prohibited consanguinity.

degree. *Idaho

18
Same as California.

1 2 4 6 6 7 6 13 *Illinois

21 18 Same as Arizona. *9Indiana 21 18 Same as Arizona.

1 2 4 6 20 *Iowa 21 18 Same as Alabama

13 Kansas

Same as Arizona.

17 11

18 *Kentucky 21 21 Same as Alabama.

1 2 6 8 7 8 13 Louisiana 21 21

17 Same as Alabama

13

and mistake 13 10

in person. Maine ..... 21 21

2 Same as Alabama.

(or mulatto or

Indian) "Marylar.d

21 16 Same as Alabama. Massachusetts 21 18 Same as Alabama.

18 •12 Michigan 16 16 Same as Alabama.

1 2 3 7 : 13

13 19 *Minnesota 21 16 Nearer of kin than first 1 5 11 18

5 18 cousins, Mississippi 21 18 Same as Alabama.

6 @ 13 *Missouri 21 18 Same as Arizona.

5613 *Montana

21 18
Same as Arizona.

13 *Nebraska

21 18 Same as California. *Nevada 21 18 Same as Arizoria.

1 5 11

(also Indian,

Chinese) 13 *N.-Hampshire 21 18 Same as Alabama 16 1 27 *14 New Jersey 21 18 Same as Alabama. New-Mexico 21 18 Same as Arizona.

15 New-York 21 18 Ancestors, descendants,

4 5 6 11 18

brothers and sisters. North Carolina.. 18 18 Same as Minnesota. •North Dakota.. 21 18 Same as Arizona

6 18 19 Ohio 21 18 Same as Arizona.

None declared.
"Oklahoma
21 18 Same as Alabama

16
1 4 5 6 7 8 13

15
Oregon
21 18 Same as Minnesota

1

(Chinese or Kanaka, or more than half Ind

ian) • 6 i 18 Pennsylvania 21 21 Same as Alabama.

Bigamous. 22Philippines

23 23 Within fourth degree of Prohibited degreng.
125

25
consanguinity

5 10 13 26 22 Porto Rico.... 20 17

Within fourth degree of Prohibited degrees.

consanguinity 25 Rhode Island....

821
Same as Alabama.

1 18 South Carolina.. 21 16 Same as Alabama,

1

(mestizo or

half-breed) 5 13 South Dakota... 18 16 Same as North Dakota.

1 6 6 7 8 1 1 2 2 13 Tennessee 21 18 Same as Alabama.

1 2 3 4 5 + 7 13 *Texas 21 18 Same as Alabama

2 10

1 8 13 Utah 21 18 Same as Arizona.

1 2 6 6 13 *Vermont 21 18 Same as Alabama.

1 5 6 7 8 13 *Virginia 21 21 Same as Alabama

Prohibited deg. Washington

21 18 Same as Arizona. *West Virginia.. 21 21 Same as Alabama. *Wisconsin

21 18 Same as Minnesota 15 *Wyoming

21 21
Same as Arizona.

1 6 7 8 13 *License required. Applies to females living with their parents, Sections 45 and 321. fAge under which parental consent is required. 'Bigamous. ,White with negro. Without parents or guardians, those over 18 do not require consent. Mentally or physically incapable. Fraud. L’nder age of consent. Insane. 8Idiot. 9 Also penalty of $100 to $1,000 fine and imprisonment where white marries with colored. 1.Consent obtained by force. 11Incapable from want of age or understanding. 12Except Friends. 18 Marriage by force, menace or duress. 1*License required of non-residents only.

1

21

DIVORCE LAWS.

CAUSES FOR ABSOLUTE DIVORCE. ADULTERY.-In all States and Territories excepting South Carolina, which has no divorce laws.

IMPOTENCE. - In all excepting Arizona California, Connecticut, the Dakotas, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, New-York, South Carolina, Texas and Vermont.

DESERTION.--In all except New-York and South Carolina, as follows: Period Six months' abandonment, Arizona. One year, in Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colo rado, the Dakotas, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utab, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming; two years, in Alabama, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Tennessee; three years, in Delaware, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New-Jersey, Ohio, Texas and West Virginia; five years, in Rhode Island, or shorter term (in discretion of court), and Virginia; seven years, in Connecticut and Vermont.

HABITUAL DRUNKENNESS.--In all except Maryland, New-Jersey, New-York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia Also intoxication from opium habit in Maine, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and in Rhode Island for intemperate use of morphine and chloral.

CRUELTY, INHUMAN TREATMENT, ET-.-In all excepc Maryland, New-Jersey, New-York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. For this cause in Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee divorce is granted to the wife only,

FELONY OR OTHER INFAMOUS CRIME.-In all except the District of Columbia, Florida, Maine, New-Jersey, New-York, North Carolina and South Carolina.

NEGLECT TO SUPPORT WIFE.--For six months, Arizona; for one year, Callfornia, Colorado, the Dakotas. Idaho, Nevada and Wyoming; for two years, Indiana; for three years, Delaware and New-Hampshire; time not specified, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New Mexico, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin (at discretion of court).

OTHER CAUSES.--Voluntary separation-Kentucky and Wisconsin. Former husband or wife living-Arkansas, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New-Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. If member of religious sect which believes marriage unlawful-Kentucky, Massachusetts and New-Hampshire. Indicted for felony and fug tive from justice-Louisiana and Virginia. Husband indicted for felony and a fugitive-North Carolina. Refusal of a wife to "reniove with her husband to this State" -Tennessee. Indignities to the person of the other to render his or her condition intolerable-Alaska, Arkansas, Missouri, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington and Wyoming. Conduct rendering it unsafe for wife to live with husband, or turning wife out of doors-Tennessee. Violent and ungovernable temper--Florida. Attempt by either upon the life of the other Illinois, Louisiana and Tennessee. Gross negiect of duty-Kansas and Ohio. Wife given to intoxication-Wisconsin, Husband a vagrant-Missouri and Wyoming. Mental incapacity at time of marriage-District of Columbia, Georgia and Mississippi.

Incurable chronic mania, or dementia, of ten years or more existence--Washington.

Incurable insanity-North Dakota (act of March 6, 1899). Insanity-Idaho (by a recent act), Insanity for four years or connement in an asylum or adjudged insane by a committee Florida and Utah. Any cause rendering marriage originally void-Maryland and Rhode Island. (See "Marriage Laws.") Marriage within prohibited degrees Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, New-Jersey and Pennsylvania, Marriage by duress or fraud-Connecticut, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington. Marriage of either party under the age of consent--Delaware, When either party has obtained a divorce in another State-Florida, Michigan and Ohio. Defamation-Louisiana. Any other cause deemed by a court sufficient and when the court shall be satisfied that the couple can no longer live together--Washington. Insanity for six years-Idaho.

LIMITED DIVORCE.-- Alabama, Arkansas Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan Minnesota (in favor of wife only), Nebraska, New-Jersey, New-York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania (in favor of wife only), Rhode Island, Tennessee (in favor of wife only), Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin,

PREVIOUS RESIDENCE REQUIRED.--Five years, Massachusetts (if when married both parties were residents three years): three years, Connecticut, New-Jersey; three years, District of Columbia; two years, Alaska, Florida (except in case of adultery), Hawaii, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan (when the cause for divorce occurred out of the State, otherwise one year), North Carolina, Rhode Island, Tennessee; one year, Alabama, California (abandonment, three years), Arkansas and Vermont (if cause occurred out of the State), Colorado (unless cause for divorce occurred within the State or while one or both of the parties resided in the State), Illinois (same as Colorado), Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky (if cause occurrec. out of the State plaintiff must have been a resident of the State at the time of occurrence), Maine, Minnesota, Missis 1. Less than one year after divorce. 1 First cousins. 17Step-relatives. 18 Clandestine marriages of women under sixteer. 19 Persons divorced less than two years. 3ePenalty of fine of $100 to $1,000, and imprisonment. 21 Less than six months after divorce. Louisiana and some other States restrict divorced persons from remarriage for ten months; North Dakota, three months after divorce. 22 Publication of an edict by the municipal judge for fifteen days is required. 23 Also great nephews and great nieces. 24 Males under age of fourteen ard females under age of twelve. 28 Also between guardians and wards, parents and adopted children. 26 Also marriages not properly celebrated as provided in Civil Code, Art. 100. 27 Also knowledge that former busband or wife is living.

« PředchozíPokračovat »