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110 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. For entering every order of court, twelve cents and one-half ; if more than one hundred words, then at the rate of twelve and one-half cents per hundred; For copying any paper, for one hundred words, twelve and one-half cents; seal and certificate, thirty-seven and one-half cents; _ For filing petition or report, and entering the same on record, (1f necessary,) fifty cents; if more than one hundred words, at the rate of nfteen cents per hundred; For entering judgment, or rule of court, twenty-Eve cents; copy of same, if demanded, i'or every hundred words twelve and one-half cents; seal and certificate, thirty-seven and one-half cents; For entering every motion in court, twelve and one-half cents; For entering appointment of guardian, with certificate and seal of said appointment, one dollar; every additional word included in the same certificate, twelve and one-half cents; For issuing attachments and entering motion therefor, seventy-five cents · For, taking a recognizance, twenty-five cents; For warrant to marshal to summon jury, under seal, eventy-five cents · For,entering panel of jury, and swearing them, fifty cents; For taking, filing, and recording, every bond, not provided for in this section, one dollar; For passing an account against the estate of a deceased person, twelve and a half cents; to be paid by the applicant, and not to be refunded. ul£)d£i1i¤;;lmf¢¤¤ Sec. 932. The court may allow to the register reasonable fees for any v ~ V (T
service he may render not specified in the precedm, section.
191, s. 3, v. 4, p. 73. _ 'f¤bl° of *`*¢*=¤ to Sec. 933. The register is required to make fair tables of his fees, . b° p°S°"d‘ agreeably to the provisions of this chapter, and to post the same in Ibid., e. 2, p. 73. some conspicuonsplace in his office, for the inspection of all persons who may have business therein. Fvrfciturc f or Sec. 934. The register shall forfeit for each day such tables shall be “"gl°°*· missing through his neglect the sum of ten dollars, to be recovered as mu. other debts of the same amount are recoverable, oue—half to the District, and one-half to the informer. _ P¢¤=¤l¤y_1“<>r.t¤k- Sec. 935. If the register, or any person for him, shall take greater mg °"°°““’° f°“· fees than provided for in this chapter, such officer shall forfeit and pay 11»id.,e. 2. the party injured fifty dollars, to be recovered as debts of the same amount are recoverable. dR¤1g¤:¤-b¤<>k¤¤¤d Sec. 936. The register shall be allowed by the District for all record- °° ° °‘ books and dockets necessarily furnished for his office. Ibid., s. 4. CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT. GUARDIAN AND WARD. Sec. gw_ 937. Appointment of guardian. 949. Guardian ad interim. 938. Bond to berequired. 950. Notice of snpersedure. 939. Natural guardian to give bond and 951. Guardian, &.c., of minor or lunatic to account. may act in the District. 940. Spssvzggl guardian may be appointed, 952. May receive money and convey propn. 941. Additional security may be required, 953. Prgfvof bond. when. 954. Certain payments sufficient. 942. Notice to guardian. 955. Evidence of security. 943. Dismissal and new appointment. 956. Evidence of appointment. 944. Enforcement of order of the court. 957. Sale of ini'ant’s estate; petition of 945. Counter security. guardian. 946. Election of guardian by orphan. 958. What petition must state. 947. Approval by the court. 959. Parties defendant who are. 948. Removal oi guardian elected. 960. Evidence required, before decree.