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Washington county.

In the county of Washington, on the third Monday in June and the first Monday in December, for civil business, when a grand jury shall be convened, eighteen days. In the county of Washington for criminal business, when a grand jury need not be summoned, on the first Monday in January and the second

Monday in July, twelve days. Holmes county.

In the county of Holmes on the third Monday in April and the second Monday in October, twenty four days. The first eighteen days of each term shall be for civil business, when a grand jury shall be convened, and the last six days of each term shall be for criminal business. During civil terms indictments

may be returned and arrangements be had. Sunflower county.

In the county of Sunflower, on the third Monday in March, twenty four days, the first twelve days for civil business, when a grand jury shall be convened, and the last twelve days for criminal business; on the second Monday of September twenty four days, the first twelve days for civil business, when a grand jury shall be convened, and the last twelve days for criminal

business. Humphreys county.

In the county of Humphreys, on the third Monday in February, twenty four days, the first twelve days for civil business, when a grand jury shall be convened, and the last twelve days for criminal business; on the fourth Monday in August, twelve days, the first six days for civil business, when a grand jury shall be convened, and the last six days for criminal business.

Sec. 2. That this act take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved March 8, 1922.

CHAPTER 149.

SENATE BILL No. 217 AN ACT to amend chapter 139, laws of 1920, relative to a change in

terms of the chancery court of Leake county, Mississippi, of the sixth court district.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, That chapter 139 of the laws of 1920 be amended

so as to read as follows: Changing terms of chancery court in Leake county. Hemingway's code, sup, sec. 255.

Section 502—for the sixth district. In the county of Attala, second Monday of December and fourth Monday in June, six days.

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In the county of Carroll, first district, second Monday of January and June, six days.

In the county of Carroll, second district, third Monday of January and June, six days.

In the county of Holmes, third Monday of May and November, twelve days.

In the county of Choctaw, first district, on Friday after the third Monday of March and September, two days.

In the County of Choctaw, second district, the third Monday of March and September, four days.

In the county of Winston, fourth Monday of March and September, six days.

In the county of Lowndes, second Monday of April and October, twelve days.

In the county of Noxubee, fourth Monday of April and October, twelve days.

In the county of Leake, second Monday of March, and second Monday of September, six days.

In the county of Neshoba, second Monday of May and first Monday of November, six days.

In the county of Kemper, third Monday of July and December, six days.

Sec. 2. That this act take effect and be in force on and after July 1st, 1922.

Approved March 8, 1922.

CHAPTER 150.

SENATE BILL No. 56

AN ACT to amend chapter 117 of the laws of 1918; fixing time of

holding circuit court in the eighth judicial district. Circuit court, eighth district-terms changed.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi. That chapter 117 of the laws of Mississippi of 1918 be

amended so as to read as follows: Hemingway's code, sup. sec. 452.

Section 27-for the eighth judicial district-In the county of Rankin, on the second Monday of January and July, eighteen days.

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In the county of Neshoba, on the first Monday of February, eighteen days, and on the third Monday of September, twelve days; on the fourth Monday of October, twelve days for civil business exclusively.

In the county of Newton, on the third Monday of March, and the second Monday of August, eighteen days.

In the county of Leake, on the second Monday of April, and the second Monday of November, twelve days.

In the county of Scott, on the first Monday of March, twelve days, and the first Monday of October, eighteen days, on the first Monday of July, six days.

Sec. 2. That this act take effect and be in force from and after date of its passage.

Approved March 8, 1922.

CHAPTER 151.

SENATE BILL No. 59. AN ACT fixing the time for holding terms of circuit court in the counties

comprising the second and the twelfth and the fifteenth circuit court districts, and for holding terms of chancery court in the counties comprising the eighth chancery court district so as to avoid, so far as practicable, conflicts between such terms in adjoining counties.

Changing terms of circuit court in 2nd, 12th and 15th districts and chancery court terms in 8th district. Hemingway's code, secs. 456, 461, sup. sec. 446.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, That the terms of the circuit court in the counties comprising the second circuit court district of the state of Mississippi shall be held as follows:

In the county of Stone on the first Monday of January, twelve days, and the first Monday of July, twelve days.

In the county of George on the third Monday of January, twelve days and the third Monday of July, twelve days.

In the county of Jackson on the first Monday of February, eighteen days, and the first Monday of August, eighteen days.

In the county of Hancock on the fourth Monday of February, eighteen days, and the fourth Monday of August, eighteen days.

In the county of Harrison on the third Monday of March, for civil business only, forty-eight days; on the first Monday of June, for criminal business only, twenty-four days; on the second

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Monday of October, for civil business only, forty-two days; and on the first Monday of December, for criminal business only, twenty-four days.

Sec. 2. That the terms of the circuit court in the counties comprising the twelfth circuit court district of the state of Mississippi shall be held as follows:

In the county of Forrest on the third Monday in January, thirty-six days; on the third Monday in May, forty-eight days, and on the third Monday in September, thirty days. No grand jury shall be drawn or impaneled at the January term unless ordered by the judge.

In the county of Jones, first district, on the first Monday of March, twelve days, and on the first Monday of September, twelve days.

In the county of Jones, second district, on the third Monday of March, twenty-four days; on the third Monday of July, twentyfour days and on the third Monday of November, thirty days. No grand jury shall be drawn or impaneled at the July term unless ordered by the judge.

In the county of Perry on the fourth Monday of April, eighteen days, and on the fourth Monday of October, eighteen days.

Sec 3. That the terms of the circuit court in the counties comprising the fifteenth circuit court district of the state of Mississippi shall be held as follows:

In the county of Jefferson Davis on the first Monday of January, twelve days; on the third Monday of May, twelve days, and on the fourth Monday of August, twelve days. No grand jury shall be drawn or impaneled at the May term unless ordered by the judge.

In the county of Marion on the fourth Monday of January, for criminal business only, eighteen days; on the first Monday of May, for civil business only, twelve days; on the third Monday of June, for criminal business only, eighteen days, and on the third Monday of September, for civil business only, twelve days.

In the county of Lawrence on the third Monday of February, twelve days; on the first Monday of August, twelve days, and on the third Monday of October, twelve days. The October term shall be for civil business only, when no grand jury shall be drawn or impaneled unless otherwise ordered by the judge.

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In the county of Lamar on the first Monday of March, eighteen days; on the second Monday of July eighteen days, and on the fourth Monday of November, twelve days. The November term shall be for civil business only, when no grand jury shall be drawn or impaneled unless otherwise ordered by the judge.

In the county of Pearl River on the second Monday of April, eighteen days; on the first Monday of June, twelve days, and on the first Monday of November, eighteen days. No grand jurri shall be Irawn or impaneled at the June term unless ordered by the judge.

Sec. 4. That the terms of chancery court in the counties comprising the eighth chancery court district of the state of Mississippi shall be held as follows:

In the county of Greene on the second Monday of January, six days, and on the second Monday of July, six days.

In the county of Harrison on the third Monday of January, eighteen days; on the third Monday of May, twelve days, and on the third Monday in September, eighteen days.

In the county of Perry on the second Monda," of March, six days, and on the second Monday in September, six days.

In the county of Forrest on the third Monday of March, eighteen days; on the third Monday of July, eighteen days, and on the third Monday of November, twelve days.

In the county of Wayne on the second Monday of April, six days, and on the second Monday of October, six days.

In the county of George on the third Monday of April, six days, and on the third Monday of October, six days.

In the county of Hancock on the fourth Monday of April, twelve days, and on the fourth Monday of October, twelve days.

In the county of Stone on the second Monday of May, six days, and on the second Monday of November, six days.

In the county of Jackson on the first Monday in June, twelve days, and on the first Monday of December, twelve days.

Sec. 5. That all laws or parts of laws in conflict with this act be and the same are hereby repealed, and that this act take effect and be in force and effect on and after the first Monday in July, 1922.

Approved February 3, 1922.

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