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Session Laws, 1878
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he may have to travel in the performance of such

duty over four miles.

48. Every constable who may find it necessary to

summon any person to assist him in taking to jail

any person on commitment, shall summon a consta-

Shall sum-

ble, if one be convenient, and such constable or


other person summoned for that purpose, shall be

entitled to the fees and mileage aforesaid.

49. It shall not be lawful for any resident of Gar-

Not be lawful.

rett county to be sued before any justice of the peace

of said county out of the election district in which

the defendant resides. This provision, however,

Not effect

shall not effect any suit hereafter brought or now

any suit.



50. If any individual engaged in mining or man-

ufacturing in Garrett county, or any association or

body corporate, engaged in any business whatever
therein, shall for the space of thirty days be indebted
to the persons in their employ, or to furnishers of
any raw material, in the aggregate sum of twenty-

and Furnish-

five dollars, and shall neglect or refuse to pay the

same for the space of thirty days, the Circuit Court

for said county, as a court of equity or the judge

thereof in vacation, shall upon the petition of the

employees or furnishers of raw material, or any

number of them, appoint a receiver to take charge

Appoint a

of the afi'airs of such individual, association or body


corporate, with a view to their liquidation and settle-

ment under the authority of said court.

51. The defendant in said petition shall have a

right to answer the same and deny the facts therein

Bight to

stated, and the issue shall be tried by court immedi-


ately or as soon as practicable after the filing of

such answer, or if either party shall demand a jury

trial of the issues raised by said petition and an-

swer, then such issue shall be sent to the Circuit

Court for said county, as a court of law, and if the

same shall be then in session, shall stand for trial at

that term, and if not in session, then such issues

shall stand for trial at the next term, but no demur-

Stand for

rer or plea in abatement shall be allowed, nor shall


the same on any account be postponed, and if it shall



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