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Vol. Pag Supplementary to the last named act
27 59 Providing for the collection of taxes on lands and town
lots, which have accrued prior to the year 1826 24 19 In addition to the last named act
26 8 Providing for the collection of delinquent taxes in cer. tain cases
28. 36 To provide for the collection of taxes on town lots, which have accrued prior to the year 1826
28 15 MISCELLANEOUS.
AN ACT to regulate the inspection of tobacco
24 67 For the appointment of State Printer, and defining his duties
23 41 To amend, and supplementary to, the last named act 26 6 To provide for the regulation of turnpike companies
(Rep.) 18 277 To amend the last named act
24 76 Fixing the compensation of members of the General
Assembly, their clerks and doorkeepers (Local) 22 62
distributing the public arms apportioned to the
26 70 To incorporate and establish the Medical College of
Ohio, and for revising and repealing all laws and
parts of laws heretofore enacted on that subject 24 Establishing a Commercial Hospi:al and Lunatic Asylum for the State of Ohio
19 58 Sippiementary to the last named act
(Local) 22 25 To provide for the repealing of certain acts and parts of acts therein named
29 423 Authorizing the successors in office of county auditors to make deeds for lands sold for taxes
lumbus and Sandusky turnpike company in the con-
26 74 Supplementary to the last named act
60 For the incorporation of religious societies (Rep.) 18
6 To amend the last named act
19 33 For the relief of tenants in common, and joint tenants in certain cases
20 28 Providing for the relief and support of women who may
be abandoned by their husbands, and for other pur-
(Rep.) 13 338
Note Those acts which have expired by their own limitation, and those whion bave been entirely superseded hy subsequent enactments, though not expressly repealed, bare been omitted in arranging the foregoing list.
AN EXPLANATION OF WORDS AND TERMS,
USED IN THE STATUTES:
REPORTED BY JOINT COMMITTEE, AND ORDERED TO BE PRINTED.
Ab initio, (Latin) from the beginning,
A second writ issued when the first has not been served. Ad quod damnum, (Lat.) to what damage.
A writ to inquire of damages sustained by obstructing ways, water
courses, &c. Bona fide, (Lat.) with good faith. Capias (corpus] ad respondendum, (Lat.) that you take (the body) to answer.
A writ commanding that the body of the defendant be taken to an
swer the plea of the plaintill. Capias ad satisfaciendum, (viz..corpus) (Lat.) that you take the body to sa
tisfy the judgment.
satisfy the judgment
A return to a writ of capia-.
The person for whose benefit a trustee holds an estate.
A writ commanding an inferior, to certify the proceedings in a cause.
to a superior court. De bene esse, (Lat.) this phrase cannot be literally translated.
A declaration filed de bene esse, avoids the implication that special
bail is waived.--(See the statute allowing and regulating writs of
attachment.) Dehors, (Fr.) without.-Out of the subject.
. Distringas juratores, (Lat.) that you distrain the jurors.
) A writ to compel the attendance of jurors, by distraining their estate Dedimus potestatum, (Lat.) We have given power.
A commission from a court to some individual. It usually authorizes
him to take and transmit testimony.
It is an issue upon matter of law, to be determined by the court, and
Ex posi facio, (Lat.) after the perpetration of the act.
A writ of execution, commanding i at the judgment be made of the
goods and chattels, lands or tenements of the person against whom
it is issued. Guardian ad litem [Lat.] guardian during suit. Habeas corpus, [Lat.) that you have the body.
A writ commanding him who holds the person of another in custody,
to bring him before the cout or judge Habere facias possessionem, [Lat] that you cause him to have possession.
A writ commanding the sheriff to give possession of lands to him who
has recovered in ejectment. In perpetuam rei memoriam, [Lat.) in perpetual remembrance of the affair. Instanter, [Lal.] immediately. Levari facius. [Lat.) that you cause to be levied.
A writ or execution, by which land is ordered to be levied. Mesne process, [Fr.) is the writ hy which the defendant is brought into court,
and is contradistinguished from final process by which judgment is
carried into execution. Mandanus. [Lat.) we command.
A writ issuing from a superior court to some individual, corporation
or tribunal, commanding them to perform some act. Ne exeat, (Lat.) that he go not away:
A writ to restrain an individual from departing the State. Nihil, [Lat.) nothing.
A return upon a writ of scire facias. Nihil dicit.} [Lat.] he says nothing.
A name of a form of judgment when no desence is pleaded, Nihil (or nil) debet. [Lat.] he owes nothing.
The name of a pl a to an action of debt. Non compos mentis, [Lat.] not of sane mind. Nulla bona, (Lai.] no goods.
A return upon a writ of execution.
A return upon a writ of capias.
A plea to an action of debt, or specialty.
A plea of the general issue in the action of assumpsit.
Nudum pactumo} (Lat.) naked agreement
An agreement without consideration. Nisi, (Lat.] unless.
A rule, or judgment nisi. is not absolute, in the first instance; but is to
be considered so, unless within a certain time reasons be shown to the contrary.
To crave oyer, is to demand the reading of the bond or other writing.
In such cases a copy is usually given.
Evidence prima fucie, is that w ich is conclusive until its effect is oh
viated by other evidence from the opposite party. Per capita, [Lat.] by heads.
Succession per capita, is when claimants stand related to the anceston
in equal degree, and each claims by his own rigbt. Per stirpes, [Lat.] by families.
In succession per stirpes, the claimants all of one family, succeed to the
share only of the person through whom they claim. Plene administravit, [Lat.] he hath fully administered.
A plia by an administrator. Pluries, [Lat.) often time.
It is a third writ, when a first and second have been issued without
The parol shall demur, that is, the plea shall be delayed.--Originally
all proceedings were made by parol, at the bar: hence, paroie came to signify a plea, or the pleadings.—The parole demurrer operates
to stay proceedings against an infant until he come of full age. Procedendo, [Lat.] to proceed.
A writ issuing from a superior to an inferior court, commanding them
to proceed, in a cause which has been previously removed into the
superior court hy habeis corpus, or otherwise. Profert in curia, (Lat.] he produces in court.
When a party in a declaration or plea, relies upon a deed, he must do
it with a profert, that the opposite party may have a copy, and when proferi is alledged by the pleadings, and until it be actually
mide, the other party is not bound to answer. Qui tam., [Lat.] who as well.
The name of an action in which the plaintiff sues as well for himself
as for the overseers of the poor, or other body who may be entitled
to a share of the sum recovered. Quo warranto, [Lat.] by what warrant.
A writ requiring the person to whom it is directed, to show by what
warrant or authority he claims to perform a particular function. Quare clausum frevil, [Lat.] wherefore he hath broken the close.
This phrase is applicable to an action of trespass upon land. Subpoena, (Lat.) under a penalty.
The name of a writ in which a penalty is threatened for disobedience
to its requisitions. Supersedeas, [Lat.] that you supersede.
A writ to stay proceedings at law,
Scire facias, (Lat.] that you cause him to know.
The name of a judicial writ, calling the defendant to show cause why
execution should not issue upon, &c. Scire feci, (Lat.] I bave caused him to know.
A return upon a writ of scire facias. Tales, (Lat.) such. Talesmen, such men. Tales de circumstantibus, (Lat.) such men from those standing around.
Men who are proper jurors, taken from the bystanders to complete
the pannel of the jury. Testutum, [Lat.) it is testified.
When a copias or fieri facias cannot be served in the county in which
it is first issued, a similar writ is sent to some other county, in which
A writ commanding the proper officer to summon a jury.
The county in which the action is laid. Vi et armis, [Lat.) with force and arms.
This phrase is applicable to trespass.
By word of mouth.
A writ commanding the officer to offer to sale properly previously
levied by virtuc of a former writ of execution.