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COURTS—DIVORCES—G.VTES. 17 CHAPTER XLV. An ACT to provide for the lioldiiitf of a Superior Court in the County of Yancy. Be a eu:7ried by the General Ass-cmbly <f the S'lale of I\fjrih Carolina, and it is hereby eaaclcd by the anlhority of the sarin, Jndf^esreqni. Tiiat the J_udces_^of the Superior Courts of Lau- and Equuy for the ml^io hold State of North Carolina be, and they are hereby required, to hold ®^'^^ '^'''•"'^^'* superior courts in and for the county of Yancy, at the timos appointed P™^''''^'- ^"f in an r.ct passed at the last session of the General Assembly, entitled Jw * " An act to re£:ulate the times of holdino- the superior courts in the sixth judicial circuit." And that said superior courrs for the county of Yancy aforesaid, be, and the san-ie is hereby invested with all the powers and jurisdiction exercised and enjoyed by all other superior courts in all other counties of this State. II. Be. it further cnadcd, That all causes, civil and ciminal, Jiirisdictiori. arising in the county of Yancy, of wi-.ich, by the laws of this S'atei °^ ^^^^ '^'^'^'^'• the superior courts have jurisdiction, and all appeals from the County Court of Yancy. may and shall come within the jurisdiction of the ?aid Superior Courts of Yancy. CHAPTER XV. . . An ACT concerning' Dlvorcci?. Be it enacted by the General Jlssembly of the Slate of Jforth Carolina, and it is hereby enacted by the aitihority of the s-y.me, That from and after the passage of this act, the Courts of Equity in Courts of E this State shall and may have concurrent jurisdiction with the Sup*-- *1"''-^' '"''>' rior Courts of Law, in granting divorces either from bed and board, I'onVn^L'r'^^n? or the bonds of matrimony, according to the rules, regulations and m- divorce/ restrictions, which now govern the Courts of Law in allowinc- divor- ° ces; and the Judges of the said Courts of Law and Equity shall have power to issue writs of sequestration, and such other process, as the nature of the case may render necessary, conformably to the rules of law and the course of equity proceeding; any law, usage or custom to the contrary nolwilbstanding. CHAPTER XVI. An ACT vesting the poT:^-pr to authorize the erection of Gate.s across public roads, in the seve.^al Couniy Courts. Be if enacted by the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina, and it is hereby enacted by the authority/ of the same That hereafter the several Courts of Plea^ and aiiarUr Sessions ^"''^ ^"j"^^ in this State, a majority of the Justices in the county being present, ize^a.c'ere* shall have full power to authorize, in the manner herein prescribed, tioiiot gates. the erection of gates across public roads in their re.spective coun-ties. II. Be it further enacted, That any person or persons desirou'? to ^^°"' '" ^^^ erect a gate across a public road; may hie his petition in the Cou rt '""'"'^ '" '^''"'''' of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of the county where such road lies- ^-hereupon the Court shall order that pul-licstion shall be m;ulo un-til the next succeeding Court, at the Court House in some public place, that application has been made to the Court, to erect a gate across a public road, discnbing the place and the name of the peti-tioner ; and that all persons interested in the convenient trnvcl'ing or transportation on said road, have leave to appear and defend, demur, and plead to said petition ; and if at the next succeeding Court it shali ?atislactorily appear that such publication has bccn'made as afore? '4
An ACT to provide for the lioldiiitf of a Superior Court in the County of Yancy.
Be a eu:7ried by the General Ass-cmbly