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ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, PASSED IN MILLEDGEVILLE, AT AN ANNUAL SESSION IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1860.
PART II. LOCAL AND PRIVATE LAWS.
TITLE X. EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, &c.
1. BALDWIN COUNTY.

1860 Vol. 1 -- Page: 185
Sequential Number: 250
Law Number: (No. 192.)

Full Title: An Act to authorize A. Wallace Starke, of the State of Alabama, to act as administrator of the estate of George W. Harrison, deceased, late of the county of Baldwin, and for other purposes.
WHEREAS, George W. Harrison, late deceased, of the county of Baldwin, died possessed of considerable estate, consisting mostly of scattered lands in this State; and whereas, his business affairs are greatly complicated, insomuch that it has been found impracticable to find an administrator of his estate; and whereas, his son in law, A. Wallace Starke, by the consent of all interested and of age, is willing to assume the duties and responsibilities of such position.

1. SECTION I. Be it enacted, &c., That A. Wallace Starke, of Pike county, Alabama, be, and he is hereby authorized to act as administrator on the estate of George W. Harrison, late of the county of Baldwin, deceased, as fully and completely as if he were a citizen of this State, by complying with the laws now in force; Provided, that in all suits which any party interested may see proper to institute against said administrator, may and shall be brought in the county of Baldwin and said State, and service may be perfected by publication for thirty days in one of the Gazettes at the Capitol in Milledgeville, to be indicated by an order of the Judge of the Superior Court, for the time being, having jurisdiction of that county, which shall be as effectual as personal service.
SEC. II. Repeals conflicting laws.
Approval Date: Assented to December 20, 1860.



1831 Vol. 1 -- Page: 79
Sequential Number: 051
Full Title: AN ACT to make permanent the site of the public buildings in and for the county of Randolph, at the town of Cuthbert, and to incorporate the same.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That from and after the passage of this act, the public buildings in and for the county of Randolph, shall, and the same are hereby declared to be permanently fixed on lot of land number seventy six, in the sixth district of Lee county, as formerly, now the county of Randolph, which said public site shall be called and known by the name of Cuthbert, in honor of John A. Cuthbert, of Baldwin county.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That on the first Monday in February next, and on the first
Monday in February in every year thereafter, it shall be lawful for all persons inhabitants within the corporate limits of said town, entitled to vote for members of the Legislature, to assemble at the court house in said town, and under the superintendance of two or more Justices of the Peace or Justices of the Inferior Court of said county, to elect by ballot five Commissioners, who shall continue in office for one year, and until their successors are elected, and if it shall so happen that such election shall not take place on the day before appointed, it shall be lawful for the same to be held on any other day in the manner and form before prescribed by this act, upon ten days notice being given thereof in two or more public places in said town, and in case of the death, removal or resignation of any of said Commissioners, those remaining shall have power to fill such vacancy or vacancies, until the next annual election.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the aforementioned Commissioners and their successors in office, shall have full power and authority to pass all laws and regulations and all other matters of police as shall seem to them conductive to the peace and well being of the inhabitants thereof: Provided, the same is not repugnant to the laws now in force of this State.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That said Commissioners shall be authorised to issue executions for any tax, fines and penalties which may be assessed by them in conformity to the provisions of this act, and the same shall be collected as magistrates executions.
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That all laws and parts of laws, militating against this act be, and the same is hereby repealed.
ASBURY HULL,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
THOMAS STOCKS,
President of the Senate.
WILSON LUMPKIN, Governor.
Approval Date: Assented to, Dec. 26, 1831.


ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA. PASSED IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1835.
APPROPRIATIONS.
1835 Vol. 1 -- Page: 17
Sequential Number: 012
To Edward J. Hill, late Solicitor General of the Oemulgee circuit, the sum of seventy-five dollars for his services in prosecuting to judgment a claim of the state against E. H. Pierce, of Baldwin county.



PART II. LOCAL AND PRIVATE LAWS.
RELIEF.
1871 Vol. 1 -- Page: 321
Sequential Number: 276
Law Number: No. I -- (O No. 5.)
Full Title: An Act for the relief of Arthur J. Butts, of Baldwin county.
Whereas, At the August Term (1870) of Baldwin Superior Court, the appearance bond of John Veal, signed by himself and Arthur J. Butts as security was forfeited for the non-appearance of said Veal for the sum of five hundred dollars.
Section I. Be it enacted, That Arthur J. Butts be, and he is hereby relieved from the penalties of said bond and forfeiture: Provided, that he pay all costs that have accrued in said case.
Approval Date: Approved January 19th, 1872.
 
 

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