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structions, all incidental charges inclusive, $2; dence, or where he may be found or taken, but for copies of all exhibits necessary to be filed by not for returning, each mile, 3d.; for commitment defendant, per copy sheet, 5d.

and releasement of any prisoner, 28. 6d.; for sumAttorneys in the County Courts.-For com- moning all juries to the sheriff of each district mencing, and prosecuting, and defending a suit in court, £15 per annum, to be paid by the State; to the county court, £1; for defending a person the sheriff of each county for summoning all jucharged by indictment or information, or sued on ries in his county, and for serving public orders a forfeited recognisance, £1; for commencing, for the benefit of the county, £5 per annum, to be and prosecuting and defending a summons and paid by the county; for serving any order or rule petition, under the summary jurisdiction, 128 68.; of court, except public orders or rules, and deliverfor stating objections, and bringing up an appeal, ing a copy, 2s.; for serving every writ of subpeall charges inclusive. 148.

na and tickets, and returning the same, 28.; for Clerks of the Superior Courts of Law.-For at- serving a bench-warrant or a warrant of a justice tending to sign a writ and affixing seal, 18.; for of peace, and return thereof, and proving service filing a declaration, plea, replication, demurrer, in the same manner as on services of writs, 4s.; joinder in demurrer, or other pleading, 9d.; for for every return of a writ where the goods or percopying a declaration, or other writing, per copy sons are not to be found, 2s.; for dieting white sheet 5d.; for entering every special order of persons in the several jails and workhouses in the court, or copy, 6d.; for every search in the records, State, allowing one pound of bread and one pound where the cause is ended, 8d.; for signing every of flesh, wholesome provisions, per day, 13.; for judgment, 28.; for attending drawing, a jury for dieting negroes or other slaves, allowing wholespecial court, 38. 6d.; for each day's attendance at some food, per day, 8d.; for executing a person a special court, 3s. 6d.; for drawing a bail-piece, condemned to death, to be paid by the State, £1; attending and laking bail, 2s.; for recording every for putting a person in the stocks, branding, pillojudgment, or other writing, for every copy sheet, rying, whipping, or cropping, to be paid by the 5d.; for every recognisance, 28.; for receiving State, each, 58.; for bringing up a prisoner on money in court, and paying it again, 1 per cent.; habeas corpus, and discharging or reconveying to for bis attendance in every cause tried in court, prison, to be paid by the party if solvent, and, if swearing jury, and reading papers, and docketing insolvent, then by the State, 58.; for conveying a the same, 28.; for swearing every witness, 6d.; for prisoner on habeas corpus or otherwise from one every certificate, and signing, 6d.; for administer district or county jail to another, every mile he ing every oath, 9d.; for recording the verdict, 6d.; shall necessarily ride, going to and returning from, for attending at the judge's chambers on a special for each mile, 3d.; all necessary expenses to be alargument, 28.; for recording or copying a plat of lowed the sheriff in addition to the immediate land, and copy, 28. 4d.; for issuing a certiorari, or foregoing charge; for levying an execution on other special writ, and sealing, 3s. 6d.; for making the goods of the defendant and selling the same, out a license for the admission of an attorney, ad- for all sums where the debt does not exceed £100, ministering the oath, and recording qualification, two and a half per cent. commissions, and for all £1 10s.; for a dedimus potestatem, and sealing 2s.; sums where the debt exceeds £100, one per cent., for filing and entering return thereof, 18.; fur en- where an execution shall be lodged in the sheriff's tering a decree on summary process, and execu- office, only to bind the property with directions tion, 2s.; for recording the brand and mark of a not to levy, for entering the same in his books, 28. stock of cattle, 18. 6d.

6d.; for serving an execution against the body of Attorney General.-On papers returned, and defendant, and return, 78.; for every prisoner no indictment given out, and nolle prosequi enter- brought up for trial at the sessions, to be paid by ed, £1 58.; where an indictment is found £2; the State, 18. 6d.; for drawing each set of conveyupon bill of indictment found and tried before ances, £1 5s.; for an inquisition by jury, taken on petit jury and verdict or confession, £3 108. view of a dead person, and return, to be paid by

Clerk of the Sessions and Peace.-On a nolle the State, £2; in all cases where the defendant, prosequi, 78.; when a bill is found or thrown out, after the sheriff may have levied on their proper158.; upon bill found, and trial before petit jury, ty, shall settle with the plaintiff before actual sale, and verdict, £1; on each writ of venire for sum- the sheriff in such cases shall only be entitled to moning jurors, 1s. 6d.; on each writ of habeas one-fourth per cent., besides all reasonable disbursecorpus, or bench-warrant, 78.; each writ of sub-ments, and also for fees for entering execution ; pæna and tickets, 28.; for every order of bastardy, but if the defendant shall pay the money to the taking a recognisance, and all other proceedings, sheriff, one per cent. in lieu of the one-fourth. 28. 6d.; for each order for restitution of goods ls. Coroner.-Forevery service done by the coroner, 2d.; on each certificate to the coroner, 8d.; for the same fees as are payable to sheriff for the the whole fee of a tavern license and bond, 98. 4d. same services. Sheriffs.--For serving every writ, or summons.

N. B. If there be no coroner within twenty or other process, taking bail, returning and prov- miles of the body found, the inquest may be made, ing service, and assigning bail-bond, 18.; for copy and the fees may be taken by any justice of the left at the defendant's residence, or where he can- peace in like manner; and who shall, in that case, not be personally arrested, returoing and proving have all the powers of the coroner. service, 58.; for mileage from the court-house of Justices of the Peace.--For oath and warrant the districts respectively to the defendant's resi-l in all criminal cases, 28.; for a recognisance and

Fees of Officers of State Courts.

return, 28.; for a warrant in civil cases, 1s.; fornals of either House, to any person requiring the a commitment, 1s.; for a warrant of hue and cry, same, except a member of either branch of the 18.6d; for taking a deposition, 1s. 6d.; for ad- Legislature, or the Executive, each copy sheet, ministering every oath, 6d.; for a probate to any 5d.; for every search, 8d. writing, signing, and swearing witness, 1s. 6d.; Commissioner of Locations.-For receiving apfor examining and swearing witnesses, and hear. plications, making entries, and granting warranis ing and determining the cause, 1s.; for every toll under hand and seal of office, 38.; for recording a of estrays given in at the same time, and other in- plat and sending it to the surveyor general's office, cidental charges, agreeable to law, 38.; for writing 78.; for every searcb, 8d. and signing an execution, 1s. 2d.; for issuing al- Register of Mesne Conveyances.-For a search, tachment, with the oath of the party, bond and 8d.; for entering satisfaction on a mortgage, ls; return agreeably to law, 58.; for every appeal, for recording or copying deeds, each copy sheet

, with the proceedings, to the county court from a 5d.; for recording or copying a plat, 4s. 8d.; for a justice's judgment, bond and security inclusive, 38. certificate from the office, 28.

Constables.-Fór serving a warrant, 28. 6d.; for Fees of the Ordinary:-For a marriage license, summoning a witness, 18.; for summoning a cor- bond, and registering, £1; for a citation and re oner's jury and witnesses, all charges inclusive, cording, 2s.6d.; for qualifying administrators, 108.; for putting a person in the stocks, to be paid bond, letters of administration, and warrant of by the Siate, 28. 6d.; for serving an attachment appraisement, recording letters and oath, 148.; on the effects of a person absconding, or about to for proving a will, probate, recording and filing abscond, making an inventory and return, return the will, and certified copy, where it does not able to the county court, 48. 8d.; for the like ser- exceed four copy sheets, 9s. 4d.: and for every vices where the attachment is returnable before a other copy sheet, 5d.; for qualifying executors, magistrate, 28. 4d.; for whippivg a person by law- letters testamentary, and recording, 58.; for warful authority to be paid by the State, 28. 6d.; for rant of appraisement, oath, and recording, 58., and levying an execution, 18.; for poundage or com- if renewed, 2s. 9d. ; for filing renunciation of er missions on all sums levied, five per cent; for ecutors and recording, 2s.; for a dedimus to prove mileage in all criminal cases, attachments, and a will, and qualifying executors, or administrators, levying executions, and in no other cases, for and copy of oath, 78.; for guardianship bond, leteach mile out, but not for returning, 3d.;

for car

ters and recording, 148.; for entering caveat, or rying a hue and cry, to be paid by the State, 8s.; withdrawing, 28.; for a search, 8d.; for bearing a for his attendance in searching for stolen goods, litigated cause, 148.; for swearing and examining for every day, at the request of the party com- each witvess, 6d.; for recording or copying any plaining, 38.

other writing, per copy sheet, 5d.; for filing peNotary Public.-For taking deposition and tition for sale of testator's effects, examining into swearing witnesses, per copy sheet, 6d.; for every the propriety of the proposed sales, and endorsing protest, 108.; for a duplicate of depositions, protest, order thereon, 4s. 8d.; for examining the accounts and certificate, per copy sheet, 5d.; for each attend- of executors and administrators, vouchers and ance on any person to prove any matter or thing: filing, for the first year's accounts, 148.; and for and certifying the same, 3s.; for every notarial

every other year, 5s. certificate with seal affixed, 28. 6d.

County Attorney.-For commencing and prosClergy of every settled church, of every denom-ecuting an indictment, or information, tried by ination.-For registering every birth, marriage, or petit jury or confessed, £1; for entering a nolle burial, 18. 6d.; for every search of the register, 8d.; prosequi by order of the court, 58.; for commenco for every certificate from the register, 18. 6d.; for ing and prosecuting a scire facias, on forfeited every citation read in church, 58.

recognisances, 9s. 4d. Surveyor General.-For every search, 8d.; for

County Court Clerk's Fees.-For the whole fees copying plat and certificate, 58.; for receiving, re- of a tavern license, or permit to retail spirituous cording a plat, and sending the same to the sec- liquors, and bond, and furnishing rates, 98. 4d; retary's office, to be passed into a grant, 10s.; for for every search, 8d.; for reading any paper or a certificate in all other cases, 18. 6d.; for a depu- record filed in court, 6d.; for every writ issued, tation and instructions to a deputy surveyor, 58. 28.; for an attachment granted by the justice of

Deputy Surveyor.-For surveying every acre peace, returnable to the court, and putting the of land, one half-penny; for making out a fair same upon the docket, 18. 6d.; for every somplat, certifying, signing, and returning the same, mons for a witness or witnesses, 18.; for entering 108.; for running old lines for any person, or be every cause on the docket, to be charged but once, tween parties, where any disputes arise, or by (except petition and summons,) 6d.; for entering order of court, while they are on the survey, 14s.; every special bail, 28; for entering security for costs per day.

for persons out of the county, 1s. 6d.; for entering Powder Receiver and Inspector.–For every the appearance of the defendants, (except on sum100 lbs. weight of gunpowder received into the mons and petition,) 6d.; for all subsequent promagazine, 38. per 100 lbs., to be paid, one half on ceedings to final judgment and verdict, 3s. 6d.; receiving the same into the magazine, and the for all other proceedings, executions inclusive, 2s.; other half on delivering the same.

for filing the papers of each party in every cause, Clerks of the Senate and House of Represent- where there is a jury or case agreed and argued, atives.For any copy or extract from the jour-) 18.; for all and every other thing done by the

Fees of Officers of State Courts. clerk during the trial of any issue, 28. ; for en-dence, 28. 4d.; on all sums where the execution tering every judgment and copy thereof, 18.; for does not exceed £15, 5 per cent on the amount of every recognisance-for entering an appeal and property sold; on all sums above £15, and where taking bond, and for returning the same to the ihe execution does not exceed £100, 24 per cent.; office of the clerk of the superior court, 4s. 3d. ; on all sums where the execution exceeds £100, 1 for copy of proceedings of the cause, wherein the per cert.; and that no commission shall be deappeal is granted, for every copy sheet, 5d.; for manded where property is not actually sold. For an attachment, 1s. 5d.; for issuing petition and making out and signing a bill of sale of other summons, and entering return thereof, 38.; for property, 4s. 8d.: Provided, That fees shall be entering decree and execution on summary pro- allowed only for one bill of sale, where the same cess, 38. 6d.; for recording every judgment or will be sufficient to convey the property sold to other writing, per copy sheet, or copy thereof, 5d.; one person, or joint purchasers; unless the purfor entering every toll of estrays, keeping the same chaser, or purchasers, shall choose more than one. affixed up at the court-house, and all other inci- For conducting a debtor, under confinement, bedental charges, 3s.

fore a judge or court, 48. 8d.; for summoning a County Clerk's Fees, on Letters of Administra-jury to try a caveat, and attendance, 48. 8d.; for tion granted by the County Courts. -For a cita- summoning a special jury, and all other services, tion, 18. 6d.; for each administration bond, 18.; attending trials of appeal cases, 48. 8d.; for a bail for letters of appraisement, 18.; for a dedimus, 18.i bond, 4s. 8d.; for making out and executing titles for probate of a will, 18.; for granting letters test- to land, 148.; (if wrote by ihe purchaser, 4s. 8d.) amentary, with the will annexed, 18. 6d.; for re- Sheriff's Fees, in criminal cases.-For re-comcording any of the above instruments, and the mitting any person when a habeas corpus is appraisement per copy sheet, 5d.; for examining brought to his relief, 48. 8d.; for summonthe accounts of executors and administrators, ing a jury, 48. 8d.; on every copy of a mittivouchers, and filing the same, under the inspec- mus, is. 2d.; for every mile a prisoner shall tion of the court, for the first year's account, 58.; be removed on a habeas corpus, 1s. 2d.; for reand for every other year, 2s.6d.

moving a prisoner by habeas corpus, where no Sec. 3. And be it further enacted by the author- mileage is paid, per day, 4s. 8d.; for executing a ity aforesaid, That if any of the public officers of criminal, 378. 4d.; for conducting a prisoner, bethis State, or other person or persons, entitled to fore a judge or court, to and from jail, 48. 8d. for fees by this act, and in the foregoing lists particu- executing a warrant of escape, 38. 6d., for each larly mentioned, shall take or receive any further, mile to serve, the same, 2d.; for executing and other, or greater fee or reward for any of the ser- returning a bench warrant, 48. 8d; for each mile vices in the said foregoing lists respectively men- to serve the same, 2d.; for putting a person into tioned, or shall invent or contrive any other or the stocks, 25. 4d.; for whipping, cropping, or further fee or reward for any of the said services, branding a criminal, 4s. 8d.; for apprehending a then, and in every such case, the person or persons person suspected, if committed or held to bail, 48. so offending, upon due proof and conviction, shallsd.; for each person, not exceeding two, who may forfeit for the first offence, four times the amount be employed to guard a prisoner to jail, per day, of the sum so taken, paid, or received, to be recov- 48. 8d. ered in any court of record in this Stale; one half Coroner's Fees.-For summoning an inquest to be paid to the person who shall sue for the same, on a dead body, and returning the inquisition, and the other moiety to be paid into the public 468. 8d.; for providing a coffin, and burial expentreasury for the use of the State, except in such ses, 14s. In all other cases, the same as the counties where county courts are established; in sheriff. which cases, the said last-mentioned moiety Register of Probate's Fees.-For receiving apshall be paid for the use of the county; and for the plication, and granting citation, 48. 8d.; for signsecond offence shall stand divested of his office, ing a warrant of appraisement, 28. 4d. ; and be rendered incapable of re-appointment to ing the probate of a will, 4s. 8d.; for recording a the same; and on information from the court, will or other paper, per copy sheet, 3 d.; for a under band and seal, the Governor shall fill the certified copy of a will or other paper, per copy vacancy, if the Legislature should not be sitting; sheet, 3 d.; for receiving an appraisement, and and it in the county courts, the vacancies shall be recording the same, if under $100, 28. 8d.; is above filled up by the justices of the said county. $100, 4s. 8d.: for receiving application, and grant

ing letters dismissory, 48. 8d.; for granting cita

tion to show cause why administration should STATE OF GEORGIA.

not be repealed or set aside, 98. 4d.; for granting " Fees and compensation paid to Attorneys at Law, letters of administration, or letters testamentary,

Prothonotaries, Registers, and Clerks of judicial 9s. 4d.; for entering a caveat against administracourts, to Sheriffs and Coroners, to Grand and Petit lion being granted, or will proven, 4s. 8d.; for Jurors, and Witnesses,” in the State of Georgia.

every marriage license, 48. 8d.; for attending Sheriff's Fees, in civil cases.-For serving a judges for determining a caveat, per day, 48. 8d. copy of a process, and returoiug the original, 78.; Fees of the Attorney General –For drawing if more than one defendant, for each additional a capias against a person indicted and not bound copy served, 2s. 4d.; for levying execution on the over, or against a person presented by a grand body or property, 78.; for summoning each evi-l jury, 18. 2d.; for drawing a capias against a de

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return, 28.; for a warrant in civil cases, 18.; fornals of either House, to any person requiring the a commitment, 18.; for a warrant of hue and cry, same, except a member of either branch of the 18. 6d; for taking a deposition, 1s. 6d.; for ad- Legislature, or the Executive, each copy sheet, ministering every oath, 6d.; for a probate to any 5d.; for every search, 8d. writing, signing, and swearing witness, 18. 6d.; Commissioner of Locations. For receiving apfor examining and swearing witnesses, and hear- plications, making entries, and granting warrants ing and determining the cause, 18.; for every toll under hand and seal of office, 38.; for recording a of estrays given in at the same time, and other in- plat and sending it to the surveyor general's ofhce, cidental charges, agreeable to law, 3s.; for writing 78.; for every search, 8d. and signing an execution, 1s. 2d.; for issuing at- Register of Mesne Conveyances.-For a search, tachment, with the oath of the party, bond and 8d.; for entering satisfaction on a mortgage, 18.; return agreeably to law, 58.; for every appeal, for recording or copying deeds, each copy sheet

, with the proceedings, to the county court from a 5d.; for recording or copying a plat, 48. 8d.; for a justice's judgment, bond and security inclusive, 38. certificate from the office, 28.

Constables.- Fór serving a warrant, 28. 6d.; for Fees of the Ordinary-For a marriage license, summoning a witness, 18.; for summoning a cor- bond, and registering, £1; for a citation and reoper's jury and witnesses, all charges inclusive, cording, 2s. 6d.; for qualifying administrators, 108.; for putting a person in the stocks, to be paid bond, letters of administration, and warrant of by the State, 28. 6d.; for serving an attachment appraisement, recording letters and oath, 145.; on the effects of a person absconding, or about to for proving a will, probate, recording and filing abscond, making an inventory and return, return the will, and certified copy, where it does not able to the county court, 48. 8d.; for the like ser- exceed four copy sheets, 98. 4d.: and for every vices where the attachment is returnable before a other copy sheet, 5d.; for qualifying executors, magistrate, 28. 4d.; for whippiug a person by law- letters testamentary, and recording, 58.; for warful authority to be paid by the State, 28. 6d.; for rant of appraisement, oath, and recording, 58., and levying an execution, 18.; for poundage or com- if renewed, 28. 9d.; for filing renunciation of exmissions on all sums levied, five per cent; for ecutors and recording, 28. ; for a dedimus to prove mileage in all criminal cases, attachments, and a will, and qualifying executors, or administrators, levying executions, and in no other cases, for and copy of oath, 78.; for guardianship bond, leteach mile out, but not for returning, 3d.; for car ters and recording, 148.; for entering caveat, or rying a hue and cry, to be paid by the State, 8s.; withdrawing, 28.; for a search, 8d.; for hearing a for his attendance in searching for stolen goods, litigated cause, 148.; for swearing and examining for every day, at the request of the party com- each witness, 6d.; for recording or copying any plaining, 38.

other writing, per copy sheet, 5d.; for filing peNotary Public.-For taking deposition and tition for sale of testator's effects, examining into swearing witnesses, per copy sheet, 6d.; for every the propriety of the proposed sales, and endorsing protest, 10s.; for a duplicate of depositions, protest, order thereon, 4s. 8d.; for examining the accounts and certificate, per copy sheet, 5d.; for each attend-of executors and administrators, vouchers and ance on any person to prove any matter or thing; filing, for the first year's accounts, 148.; and for and certifying the same, 38.; for every notarial every other year, 5s. certificate with seal affixed, 28. 6d.

County Attorney.-For commencing and prosClergy of every settled church, of every denom- ecuting an indictment, or information, tried by ination.-For registering every birth, marriage, or petit jury or confessed, £1; for entering a nolle burial, 18. 6d.; for every search of the register, 8d.; prosequi by order of the court, 58.; for commencfor every certificate from the register, 1š. 6d.; for ing and prosecuting a scire facias, on forfeited every citation read in church, 58.

recognisances, 98. 4d. Surveyor General.-For every search, 8d.; for County Court Clerk's Fees. For the whole fees copying plat and certificate, 58.; for receiving, re- of a tavern license, or permit to retail spirituous cording a plat, and sending the same to the sec- liquors, and bond, and furnishing rates, 98. 4d.; retary's office, to be passed into a grant, 108.; for for every search, 8d.; for reading any paper or a certificate in all other cases, 18. 6d.; for a depu- record filed in court, 6d.; for every writ issued, tation and instructions to a deputy surveyor, 58. 28.; for an attachment granted by the justice of

Deputy Surveyor.-For surveying every acre peace, returnable to the court, and putting the of land, one half-penny; for making out a fair same upon the docket, 18. 6d. ; for every somplat, certifying, signing, and returning the same, mons for a witness or witnesses, 18.; for entering 108.; for running old lines for any person, or be every cause on the docket, to be charged but once, tween parties, where any disputes arise, or by (except petition and summons) 6d.; for entering order of court, while they are on the survey, 14s.; every special bail, 28; for entering security for costs per day.

for persons out of the county, 18. 6d.; for entering Powder Receiver and Inspector: -For every the appearance of the defendants, (except on sum100 lbs. weight of gunpowder received into the mons and petition,) 6d.; for all subsequent promagazine, 38. per 100 lbs., to be paid, one half on ceedings to final judgment and verdict, 3s. 6d.; receiving the same into the magazine, and the for all other proceedings, executions inclusive, 28.; other half on delivering the same.

for filing the papers of each party in every cause, Clerks of the Senate and House of Represent where there is a jury or case agreed and argued, atives. For any copy or extract from the jour-) 18.; for all and every other thing done by the

Fees of Officers of State Courts. clerk during the trial of any issue, 28. ; for endence, 28. 4d.; on all sums where the execution tering every judgment and copy thereof, 18.; for does not exceed £15, 5 per cent. on the amount of every recognisance-for entering an appeal and property sold; on all sums above £15, and where taking bond, and for returning ihe same to the the execution does not exceed £100, 24 per cent.; office of the clerk of the superior court, 4s. 3d.; on all sums where the execution exceeds £100, 1 for copy of proceedings of the cause, wherein the per cert.; and that no commission shall be deappeal is granted, for every copy sheet, 5d.; for manded where property is not actually sold. For an attachment, 1s. 5d.; for issuing petition and making out and signing a bill of sale of other summons, and entering return thereof, 38.; for properiy, 4s. 8d.: Provided, That fees shall be entering decree and execution on summary pro- allowed only for one bill of sale, where the same cess, 38. 6d.; for recording every judgment or will be sufficient to convey the property sold to other writing, per copy sheet, or copy thereof, 5d.; one person, or joint purchasers; unless the purfor entering every toll of estrays, keeping the same chaser, or purchasers, shall choose more than one. affixed up at the court-house, and all other inci- For conducting a debtor, under confinement, bedental charges, 3s.

fore a judge or court, 4s. 8d.; for summoning a County Clerk's Fees, on Letters of Administra- jury to try a caveat, and attendance, 48. 8d.; for tion granted by the County Courts.—For a cita- summoning a special jury, and all other services, tion, 18. 6d.; for each administration bond, 18.; attending trials of appeal cases, 48. 8d.; for a bail for letters of appraisement, 18.; for a dedimus, 18.; bond, 4s. 8d.; for making out and executing titles for probate of a will, 18.; for granting letters test- to land, 14s.; (if wrote by the purchaser, 48. 8d.) amentary, with the will annexed, 1s. 6d.; for re- Sheriff's Fees, in criminal cases.-Fór re-comcording any of the above instruments, and the mitting any person when a habeas corpus is appraisement per copy sheet, 5d.; for examining brought to his relief, 4s. 8d.; for summonthe accounts of executors and administrators, ing a jury, 4s. 8d.; on every copy of a mittivouchers, and filing the same, under the inspec- mus, 18. 2d.; for every mile a prisoner shall tion of the court, for the first year's account, 58.; be removed on a habeas corpus, 18. 2d.; for reand for every other year, 28. 6d.

moving a prisoner by habeas corpus, where no Sec. 3. And be it further enacted by the author- mileage is paid,, per day, 4s. 8d.; for executing a ity aforesaid, That if any of the public officers of criminal, 378. 4d.; for conducting a prisoner, bethis State, or other person or persons, entitled to fore a judge or court, to and from jail, 4s. 8d.; for fees by this act, and in the foregoing lists particu- executing a warrant of escape, 3s. 6d., for each larly mentioned, shall take or receive any further, mile to serve, the same, 2d.; for executing and other, or greater fee or reward for any of the ser- returning a bench warrant, 4s. 8d; for each mile vices in the said foregoing lists respectively men- to serve the same, 2d.; for putting a person into tioned, or shall invent or contrive any other or the stocks, 28. 4d.; for whipping, cropping, or further fee or reward for any of the said services, branding a criminal, 4s. 8d.; for apprehending a then, and in every such case, the person or persons person suspected, if committed or held to bail, 48. so offending, upon due proof and conviction, shall 8d.; for each person, not exceeding two, who may forfeit for the first offence, four times the amount be employed to guard a prisoner to jail, per day, of the sum so taken, paid, or received, to be recov- 48. 8d. ered in any court of record in this State; one half Coroner's Fees.-For summoning an inquest to be paid to the person who shall sue for the same, on a dead body, and returning the inquisition, and the other moiety to be paid into the public | 468. 8d.; for providing a coffin, and burial expentreasury for the use of the State, except in such ses, 14s. In all other cases, the same as the counties where county courts are established; in sheriff. which cases, the said last-mentioned moiety Register of Probate's Fees.-For receiving apshall be paid for the use of the county; and for the plication, and granting citation, 4s. 8d.; for signsecond offence shall stand divested of his office, ing a warrant of appraisement, 28. 4d.; for signand be rendered incapable of re-appointment to ing the probate of a will, 4s. 8d.; for recording a the same; and on information from the court, will or other paper, per copy sheet, 3}d.; for a under hand and seal, the Governor shall fill the certified copy of a will or other pa per, per copy vacancy, if the Legislature should not be sitting; sheet, 34d.; for receiving an appraisement, and and if in the county courts, the vacancies shall be recording the same, if under $100, 28. 8d.; is above filled up by the justices of the said county.

$100, 4s. 8d.: for receiving application, and granting letters dismissory, 4s. 8d.; for granting cita

tion to show cause why administration should STATE OF GEORGIA.

not be repealed or set aside, 98. 4d.; for granting · Fees and compensation paid to Attorneys at Law, letters of administration, or letters testamentary, Prothonotaries, Registers, and Clerks of judicial 98. 4d.; for entering a caveat against administracourts, to Sheriffs and Coroners, to Grand and Petition being granted, or will proven, 4s. 8d.; for Jurors, and Witnesses,” in the State of Georgia.

every marriage license, 48. 8d.; for attending Sheriff's Fees, in civil cases.-For serving a judges for determining a caveat, per day, 4s. 8d. copy of a process, and returning the original, 78.; Fees of the Attorney General - For drawing if more than one defendant, for each additional a capias against a person indicted and not bound copy served, 28. 4d.; for levying execution on the over, or against a person presented by a grand body or property, 7s.; for summoning each evi-l jury, 1s. 2d.; for drawing a capias against a de

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