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Recognizance of Bail after Indictment.
An indictment having been found, on the day of, A. D. 18-, in the court of sessions of the county of- [as the case may be,] charging A. B. with the crime of [designating it generally,] and he having been duly admitted to bail, in the sum of dollars; we, C. D. and E. F. [stating their place of residence] hereby undertake that the abovenamed A. B. shall appear and answer the indictment above-mentioned, in whatever court it may be prosecuted, and shall at all times render himself amenable to the orders and processes of the court, and if convicted, shall appear for judgment and render himself in execution thereof; or, if he fail to perform either of these conditions, that we will pay to the people of the state of California the sum of dollars [inserting the sum in which the defendant is admitted to bail.]
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Recognizance of Bail on Recommitment.
An order having been made on the day of —————, A. D. 18—, by the court [naming it,] that A. B. be admitted to bail in the sum of dollars, in an action pending in that court against him in behalf of the people of the state of California upon an [information, presentment, indictment, or appeal, as the case may be,] we, C. D. and E. F. of [stating their places of residence,] hereby undertake that the above-named A. B. shall appear in that or any other court in which his appearance may be lawfully required upon that [information, presentment, indictment, or appeal, as the case may be,] and shall at all times render himself amenable to its orders and processes, and appear for judgment and surrender himself in execution thereof, or if he fail to perform either of these conditions, that he will pay to the people of the state of California the sum of dollars [inserting the sum in which the defendant is admitted to bail.]
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Subpena in Criminal Action.
The people of the state of California to A. B. You are commanded to appear before C. D., a justice of the peace of [naming the place] on [stating the day and hour] as a by the people of the state of California, against E. F. of, A. D. 18-. G. H., justice of the peace [or J. the court, L. M., clerk," as the case may be.]
county [or, as the case may be,] at witness in a criminal action, prosecuted Given under my hand this — day B., district attorney, or “by order of
[28. ] Search Warrant.
The people of the state of California to any sheriff, constable, marshal or policeman in the county of Proof by affidavit having been this day made before me by [naming every person whose affidavit has been taken] that [stating the grounds of the application according to section six hundred and forty-four, or if the affidavit be not positive that there is probable cause for believing that, stating the ground of the application in the same manner] you are thereupon commanded in the day time [or at any time of the day or night, as the case may be, according to section six hundred and forty-four](1) to make im mediate search on the person of C. D. [or in the house situated -, describing it, or any other place to be searched with reasonable particularity, as the case may be,] for the following property [describing it with reasonable particularity], and if you find the same or any part thereof, to bring it forthwith before me at [stating the place.] Given under my hand, and A. D., 18—. E. F., justice of the peace [or as the case may
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Summons in case of Forcible Entry and Detainer.
The people of the state of California, to the sheriff or any constable of the county aforesaid: Whereas, A. B., of the county of hath exhibited unto me, a justice of the peace for
said county, a complaint against C. D., of the county of day of, A. D., ·
insert the substance of the complaint with sufficient certainty.]
for that the said C. D., of the at the county of
You are therefore commanded to summon the said C. D., if he be found in your county, to be and appear before me at my office [or stating the place] on the then and there to make answer unto the complaint aforesaid. Given under my hand and seal, this E. F., Justice of the Peace.
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Writ of Restitution in case of Forcible Entry and Detainer.
The people of the State of California, to the sheriff or any constable of the county, aforesaid: Whereas, A. B., of the county of at a court of inquiry of an unlawful or forcible entry, or unlawful detainer [as the case may be,] held at my office [or state the place] in the county aforesaid, on the A. D. before me, a justice of the peace for the county aforesaid, by the consideration of the court hath recovered judgment against C. D., to have restitution of [here describe the premises, as in the complaint.] You are therefore commanded that, taking with you the force of the county, if necessary, you cause the said C. D. to be immediately removed from the aforesaid premises, and the said A. B. to have peaceable restitution of the same; and you are also commanded that, of the goods and chattels of the said C. D., within said county, you cause to be made the sum of dollars for the said plaintiff, together with the costs of suit endorsed thereon, and make return hereof within thirty days from this date. Given under my hand, this A. D.,
Warrant of Coroner for Arrest.
E. F., Justice of the Peace.
The people of the state of California to any sheriff, constable, marshal or policeman, in this state: An inquisition having been this day found by a coroner's jury before me, stating that A. B. has come to his death by the act of C. D. by criminal means [or as the case may be, as found by the inquisition,] you are therefore commanded forthwith to arrest the above-named C. D. and take him before the nearest or most accessible magistrate in this county. Given under my hand th day of, A. D., 18—.
E. F., coroner of the county of
[32. ] Warrant of Arrest.
The people of the state of California to any sheriff, constable, marshal : a complaint upon oath having been
or policeman in this state, or in the county of this day laid before me, by A. B., that the crime of [designating it] has been committed, and accusing C. D. thereof, you are therefore commanded forthwith to arrest the above-named C. D., and bring him before me at [naming the place,] or in case of my absence or inability to act, before the nearest or most accessible magistrate in this county. day of
AMADOR COUNTY, (Continued.)
ABDUCTION, jurisdiction of...................... 277 1435
See Criminal Practice.
seat of justice........................................ 127 514
ACCESSORY, jurisdiction of....................... 277 1438 AMERICAN FORK RIVER, declared navi-
ACT FOR PROTECTION OF IMPROVE.
ACTION, etc. not affected by vacancy in
criminal, dismissal of, for want of prosecu-
See Criminal Practice.
ACTIONS, possessory, mode of maintaining
and defending, etc.............
ACT REPEALING ACT, not to revive act
ACTS, when to take effect, authentication
ADMINISTRATOR, PUBLIC, acts concern-
717 ASSEMBLY DISTRICTS, act to apportion... 531
85 ASSEMBLYMEN, how elected................... 557 2853
64 ASSESSOR, COUNTY, act concerning......... 55
35 ASSOCIATIONS, RELIGIOUS, etc., incorpo-
ration of, etc........
...... 557 2853
duty of district attorney.
any citizen may oppose claim..................
CALAVERAS COUNTY, boundaries...
CALIFORNIA, ADMITTED INTO THE
CEMETERIES, associations for the establish-
CERTIORARI, writ of, may be issued in va
cation by supreme court............. ...... 148
duties in drawing warrants on treasury... 715 3446
by whom to be prosecuted.....
by executor, administrator or trustee....
BOARD OF EXAMINERS, created, and pow.
ers and duties defined....................... 710 3407
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, powers and du-