The Codes and General Laws of Oregon, Volume 1

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Bancroft-Whitney, 1892 - Law - 2192 pages

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Contents

OF APPEALS COSTS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS IN ACTIONS
130
Of the parties thereto 2741
147
INTEREST AND USURY 35873594
152
Of the place of trial 4250
164
BILLS AND NOTES 31883196
175
Of the pleadings 63 64
190
Of the conduct of the trial by jury 196212
196
Of the demurrer 6771
202
SECS
208
Of arrest and bail 108131
246
Of the recovery of personal property 132143
258
Of attachment 144172
266
CHAPTER II
282
Of exceptions 230233
316
Of new trial 234239
325
Of judgment in general 243245
327
Of judgment nonsuit 246248
328
Of judgment on failure to answer 249
331
Of judgment by confession 250256
334
Of submitting controversy without action 257259
337
Of the manner of giving and entering judgment 260268
338
CHAPTER III
346
MECHANICS LIENS
367
Proceedings after execution 308314
374
CHAPTER IV
377
Of actions for nuisance waste and trespass 333339
386
Actions on official undertakings and for fives and forfeitures 340348
392
CHAPTER V
404
General provisions 380395
407
Of issues their trial and the mode thereof 396405
411
Of the mode of enforcing a decree 406
414
Of injunction 408413
422
Of the foreclosure of liens 414422
423
CHAPTER XVIII
445
General pruvisions 511519
467
Of suits by and against executors administrators etc 472488
472
VIJ Of suits to declare void or dissolve the marriage contract 489503
489
CHAPTER VII
500
Of suits to determine adverse claims to real property 504
504
Of ascertaining and establishing boundaries 506510
506
Of writ of review 582591
512
CHAPTER VIII
533
Parents and children 28752878
540
OF NOTARIES PUBLIC 23172326
561
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACTS 32113216
592
CHAPTER IX
595
CHAPTER X
621
TERMS OF COURTS 23272335
629
Ferries 41054118
639
OF FEES OF OFFICERS
640
CHAPTER XII
653
CHAPTER XIV
679
Of the resignation of attorneys and effect thereof 1045 1046
690
Of persons specially authorized to execute process in particular cases 1058 1059
694
CHAPTER XVI
745
CRIMINAL CODE TITLE I
747
Of exceptions and new trial 1390
748
Preliminary provisions 12001206
749
Time of commencement of criminal actions 12071210
750
Of the jurisdiction and place of trial 12111221
751
Of change of the place of trial 12221229
754
Of the formation of the grand jury 12301241
756
Of the powers and duties of the grand jury 12421258
759
Of the finding and presentation of the indictment 12591265
764
Of the arraignment of the defendant 12921313
777
Of setting aside the indictment 13141319
781
Of the demurrer 13201330
783
Of pleas to the indictment 13311339
785
Issues of fact and law 13401343
789
Of the postponement of trial 13441350
790
Of the formation of the trial jury 13511355
792
Of the conduct of the trial 13561376
793
Arrest of judgment 13911394
809
Of the judgment 13951413
810
Of judgment when infants are charged with crime 1414 1415
815
Of the execution 14161425
816
Of appeals when allowed and how taken 14261456
819
Of bail 14571482
833
Of the recommitment of the defendant 14981505
836
Of compromising certain crimes by leave of the court 15191522
840
Of dismissal of the action before or after indictment for want of prosecution or otherwise 15231529
841
Disposal of stolen property 15301536
843
Of reprieves commutations and pardons 15371545
844
Of the information and by whom taken 15461548
847
Of the arrest how and by whom made 15661584
851
Of the examination of the case and discharge of the defendant 15851618
856
Of the prevention of crimes 16191647
864
Of the suppression of riots 16481659
870
The coroners inquest 16601676
872
Of searchwarrants 16771694
875
KLII Fugitives from justice 16951709
881
TITLE II
886
APPENDIX
890
Forgery and counterfeiting 18081824
925
Crimes against public justice 18251854
933
Crimes against the public peace 18551857
943
Crimes against morality and decency 18581880
945
Crimes against public policy 18811971
953
TITLE TO LAND IN OREGON 1787
964
Crimes against public convenience 19721977
979
Crimes against the public revenue 19881999
983
General provisions in relation to crimes 20102050
992
Forms of indictments Page
1001
Of jurisdiction 20512053
1007
Forms p
1042
Of the governor 21942197
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Page 236 - No variance between the allegation in a pleading and the proof, is to be deemed material, unless it have actually misled the adverse party to his prejudice, in maintaining his action or defense upon the merits.
Page 93 - No Senator or Representative shall, during the time for which he shall have been elected, be appointed to any civil office of profit under this state, which shall have been created, or the emoluments of which shall have been increased during such term, except such offices as may be filled by elections by the people.
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Page 230 - In pleading a judgment, or other determination of a court, or officer of special jurisdiction, it shall not be necessary to state the facts conferring jurisdiction; but such judgment or determination may be stated to have been duly given or made.

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