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fi« LAWS OP north-carolina; CHAPTER 94. An Act allowing Juror* In the count; ot Montgomery to reotivt pay for their lercTeei. 1, B^it enacted by the General >is»emhly of the State <jf .Xorth Caroli-na, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That each ami every person ettending either the county <ir superior courts as a Juror on the original pannell in the county of Montgomerjrj shall be entitled to receive as a compensation for their gervices, the sum of sixtv cent» for every day he shall serve therein, and the sum of sixty cents for every thirty miles he may have to travel to and from court ; and the county Trustee of said county is hereby authorised and re(|uired to pay the same op the party producing to him the Clerks certificate therefor, which cer-tificate the satd clerk ii required to issue upon the Juror proving his said attendance, before him. 2, Jind be it further enacted, That it shall he the duty ef the county court of said county, to lay a tax sufficient to defray the expenses incur-red under the provisions of this act for each and every year hereafter, 4ny law to the contrary notwithstanding, H- ' — ' . . r, — - ^^~ CHAPTER 95. An Act to alter and amend the first and sixth sections of an act of the General Assembly, passed in the year eighteen hundred and nineteen, " entitled an act concerniDg the coun-ty of R«therford. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of J\^orth-Caro- Una, and it is hereby. enacted by the authority of the same. That Edmund Biiant, Benjamin H. Bradley and Joseph Brown, be, and they are here-by appointed commissioners for the same purpose, and to possess the same power and authority that was vested in the several commissioners heretof)re appointed by the above recited act. 2. Jind he it further enacted, That the said commissioners shall hold their first meeting in the town of Rutherfordton the third Monday in Jan-uary one thousand eight hundred and twenty-one, with power to adjiurn from day to day until the business of their meetin^g shall be completed ; and in case any ot the said commissioners shall die, remove, or refuse to act, it shall be the duty of the county court, seven Justices of the Peace being present, to appoint some suitable person or persons in the room of him or thetn so dying, removing or refusing to act, who shall possess the sa-Tie- power and authority with those enumerated in the above recited act : and the county court shall allow each of them a reasonable compen- ^tion for rlieir services, which shall not be less than two dollars per day, to be paid out of any money belonging to the said county, which is not otherwise appropriated ; any law to the contrary notwithstanding. CHAPTER 96. A" Aet, to r-jpeal an act, passed in the year one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, en-titled " an act to repeal an act passed in the j ear one thousand eight hundred and seven-teen," entitled *• an act to increase the fees of the registers of the counties of New Han-over, Cumberland, Brunswick, Carteret and Craven, so far as relates to the county of Carteret" 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of J^orth-Caroli-rta, and it is hereby enacted by the avthority of the same. That the before yecited act, be and the same is hereoy repealed, so far as relates to the ^ounty of Carteret.
fi« LAWS OP north-carolina;
An Act allowing Juror* In the count; ot Montgomery to reotivt pay for their lercTeei.
1, B^it enacted by the General >is»emhly of the State |