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cents. Entering and docketing appeal from judgment of justice of the peace, forty cents. Suggesting death of party or diminution of record, fifteen cents. Substituting party on the record, fifteen cents. Commission to examine witnesses, fifty cents. Entering confirmation of sale, twenty-five cents. Recording declaration of intention to become a citizen of the United States, and certified copy thereof under seal, fifty cents. Recording final admission of alien to the right of citizenship, and certified copy thereof under seal, fifty cents. Filing and entering motion, rule or default, ten cents. Taking recognizance or entering forfeiture of recognizance, twenty-five cents. Arraignment of defendant, twenty-five cents. Entering retraction of plea or nolle prosequi, twenty cents. Issuing capias, warrants, or other process under seal in criminal cause, fifty cents. Entering remittitur, fifteen cents. Each clerk of the district and supreme court shall keep a docket in which he shall enter the costs chargeable and taxable against each party in any suit pending in said courts respectively; and he is hereby empowered at any time to make out a statement of such fees, specifying each item of the fees so charged and taxed, under the seal of the court, which fee-bill, so made under seal of said court, shall have the same force and effect as an execution; and the sheriff to whom said fee-bill shall be issued shall execute the same as an execution, and shall have the same fees therefor; and the clerk shall have the same fees for issuing such bill that he is entitled to for the issuance of an execution; Provided, That the clerk shall not enter in such docket any fees of any officer claiming the same, unless such officer shall duly return an itemized bill of the same.
SEC. 4. [Register in chancery.]-Docketing each cause, seventy-five cents. Taking affidavit, except those required to pleading, twenty-five cents. Issuing subpœna in chancery, order of injunction, citation, or any mesne process under seal, fifty cents. Filing bill, pleading, or other paper, ten cents. Approving bail bond, twenty-five cents. Entering return on subpoena, injunction, citation, or any mesne process, twenty-five cents. Entering each cause on the bar and court calendar, each term, ten cents. Indexing each cause, direct and reverse, each docket, ten cents. Entering decree, fifty cents, and order on the journal, twenty-five cents. And for each ten words after the first one hundred words, one cent. Transcribing decree or order on appearance docket, ten cents. Dismissal, discontinuance, or continuance, twenty-five cents. Taxing costs, each cause forty cents. For making complete record, transcript, or copy of process, pleadings, record, or other paper filed, or any part thereof, for each ten words, one cent. Certificate and seal, twenty-five cents. Entering allowance of injunction, fifty cents. Issuing execution or order of sale, seventy-five cents. Entering return of execution or order of sale, for each ten words, one cent. Entering satisfaction of decree, twenty-five cents. Filing and entering notice of appeal, fifteen cents. Filing and entering motion or rule, fifteen cents. Every search, where no other service is rendered to which any fee or fees are attached. fifteen cents.
SEC. 5. [Sheriff.]—Serving capias with commitment or bail-bond and return, one dollar. For serving search warrant, one dollar. For arresting under search warrant, one dollar for each person so arrested. Serving summons, subpoena in chancery, order of attachment, order of replevin, writ of injunction, scire facias, citation, or other writ of mesne process, and return thereof, fifty cents. For each defendant after the first in the same case, twenty-five cents. Copy of summons, subpoena in chancery, order of attachment, twenty-five cents. Serving subpoena for witnesses, each person served, twenty-five cents. Taking and filing replevin, bond, or other indemnification, to be furnished and approved by the sheriff, fifty cents. Making copy of any process, or bond, or paper, other than herein provided for, twenty-five cents. Traveling expenses for each mile actually and necessarily traveled, five cents. Levying writ of execution, and return thereof, one dollar. Levying writ of possession, with the aid of the county,. two dollars. Levying writ of possession, without the aid of the county, one dollar. Summoning grand jury, not including mileage, to be paid by the county, five dollars.
SEC. 5. Compensation for keeping prisoners. 5 Neb. 39. 8 Neb. 38.
Summoning petit jury, not including mileage, to be paid by the county, six dollars. Summoning special jury, for each person impaneled, twenty-five cents. Calling jury for trial of cause, twenty-five cents. Serving notice of motion, or other notice, or order of court, fifty cents. Executing writ of habeas corpus, and return, one dollar. Serving writ of restitution, and return, one dollar. Calling inquest, to appraise lands and tenements levied on by execution, fifty cents. Calling inquest, to appraise goods and chattels taken by order of attachment, or replevin, fifty cents. Advertisement of sale in a newspaper, in addition to the price of printing, fifty cents. Advertising in writing for sale of real or personal property, one dollar. Executing writ, or order of partition, two dol-lars. Making deeds for lands sold on execution or order of sale, one dollar. Commit-ting prisoner to prison, fifty cents. Attending before judge, or court, in criminal cases, one dollar. Opening district court and attending thereon, per day, to be paid by the county, two dollars. Commission on all money received and disbursed by him on execution, or order of sale, order of attachment, decree, or on sale of real or personal prop erty, shall be for each dollar not exceeding four hundred dollars, three cents; for every dollar above four hundred dollars and not exceeding one thousand dollars, two cents; for every dollar above one thousand dollars, one cent; Provided, That in all cases where no money is received or disbursed by him, no percentage shall be allowed. For executing death warrant, such fee as the county commissioners shall deem reasonable and just, to be paid by the county. For guarding prisoners, when it is actually necessary, two dollars per day, to be paid by the county. Where there are prisoners confined in the county jail, one dollar and fifty cents per day shall be allowed the sheriff as jailer. boarding prisoners per day, not exceeding seventy-five cents per day, nor more than three and one-half dollars per week, when the prisoners are confined more than six days. [Amended 1877, 40.]
SEC. 6. [Services in county court.]-For performing the duties required by law to be performed by them in the county court, sheriffs shall receive the same fees as are allowed for similar service in the district court, except for attendance on the county court, to be taxed against the proper party or parties by the county judge. [Id.]
SEC. 7. [Coroner.]-For viewing a dead body, ten dollars. Summoning and qualifying an inquest, fifty cents. Drawing and returning inquisition, for each ten words, one cent. For physician making post mortem examination of dead body, not less than ten dollars each, and in cases requiring careful and difficult dissection, or an analysis of poisons, not to exceed in any case fifty dollars, to be paid out of any goods, chattels, lands, and tenements of the slayer (in case of murder or manslaughter), if he hath any, otherwise by the county, with mileage or distance actually traveled to and from the placeof viewing the dead body. For all other services rendered, the same fees as are allowed the sheriff, and mileage. [Amended 1869, 166.]
SEC. 8. [County judge.]-The county judge for any service performed by him, in any matter within the jurisdiction of a justice of the peace, shall be allowed the same fees as are allowed by law to justices of the peace for like services, and in all civil actions triable in the county court of which a justice of the peace has not jurisdiction, the county judge shall be entitled to receive the following fees: Docketing each cause, twenty-five cents; issuing summons or other writ under seal, fifty cents; entering appearance of parties, fifteen cents; taking affidavit, twenty-five cents; filing petition, answer, or any other pleading or paper necessary in any case, ten cents; for copying or entering in full on the docket, the petition, answer, or any other pleading necessary in any case, one cent for each ten words thereof; taking and approving bond or undertaking, twenty-five cents; recording bond, for every ten words, one cent; administering oath or affirmation to witness, ten cents; for entering cause on calendar and setting same for trial, twentyfive cents, certificate and seal, twenty-five cents; issuing execution and entering return, seventy-five cents; filing and entering motion, fifteen conts; issuing subpoena and seal, fifty cents; commission on money collected on judgment without execution shall be one per cent. on the first two hundred ($200) dollars, one half of one per cent. on all amounts over
two hundred ($200) and under five hundred ($500) dollars, and one-fourth of one per cent. on all amounts over five hundred ($500) and under one thousand ($1,000) dollars; issuing order of sale, fifty cents; copy of appeal, or copy of pleadings, or other papers for any purpose, for each ten words, one cent; for each day's attendance upon a cause, after the first day, one dollar; entering judgment, fifty cents; for each adjournment, fifty cents; for each dismissal, discontinuance, or satisfaction, twenty-five cents; entering voluntary appearance of defendant, twenty-five cents; issuing marriage license, administering oath when necessary therein, and recording certificate, one dollar and fifty cents; and in matters of probate the county judge shall be entitled to receive the following fees: For receiving, filing and recording petition for any purpose, fifty cents; taking affidavit, twenty-five cents; issuing citation or notice under seal, fifty cents; order for day of hearing application, fifty cents; probate of will and entry thereof, two dollars; taking and approving bond, twenty-five cents; recording bond or will, for every ten words, one cent; letters testamentary or of administration or guardianship, under seal, and recording the same, two dollars; for copy of bond, will, sale bill, inventory, settlement, pleading, or other paper, for every ten words, one cent; making and recording order or decree, when the same does not exceed one hundred words, fifty cents; for every ten words after the first hundred, one cent; for copy of order or decree under seal, for the first hundred words, fifty cents; for every ten words after the first hundred, one cent; filing an account and vouchers of executor, administrator, or guardian, for settlement, and entering the same on minutes of the court, fifty cents; examining a partial or final settlement of executor, administrator, or guardian, when the vouchers do not exceed fifty, one dollar; every additional voucher over fifty, two cents; making appointment of and issuing commission to commissioners or appraisers, fifty cents; filing and recording report of commissioners or appraisers, or of the proceedings and judgment of the district court on appeal from the decision of the commissioners, fifty cents; for every additional ten words after the first hundred words, one cent; recording report of commissioners to make partition, for the first hundred words, seventy-five cents; for every ten words after the first hundred, one cent; for filing and recording inventory or sale bill reported by executor, administrator, or guardian, fifty cents; for every additional ten words after the first hundred, one cent; for filing and approving or rejecting a claim against an estate and entering the same on claim register, ten cents; administering oath or affirmation to witness, ten cents; certificate and seal, twenty-five cents; for attendance each day upon a cause pending in probate court, one dollar. The price of printing notices required by law to be printed in some newspaper shall be allowed in addition to the fees herein allowed. [Amended 1887, chap. 41.]
SEC. 9. [Repealed, 1887, Chap. 41.]
SEC. 10. [Master in chancery.]-For copying any paper or instrument in writing, for taking testimony, for every ten words, one cent. Swearing each witness, ten cents. Making reports of facts or conclusions in law, or upon exceptions, for every ten words, one cent. And such additional fee as the court shall allow, not exceeding, in any one cause, the sum of ten dollars. Certificate and seal, twenty-five cents. Taking affidavit, twenty-five cents. Advertisement of the sale of property in newspaper, in addition to the price of printing, sixty cents. For making sale, one dollar. Report of sale, one dollar. Making deed for land sold on decree or order of sale, in addition to the price of revenue stamp, two dollars. Commission on the amount of purchase money received and disbursed by him of all the property contained in each decree or order of sale shall be, for each dollar not exceeding three hundred dollars, two cents. For each dollar above three hundred and not exceeding one thousand dollars, one cent. For every dollar above one thousand dollars, one-half cent. In all cases in the district or supreme court, when persons in whose favor the execution or order of sale is issued, shall bid in the property sold on execution or decree, the sheriff or master making such sale shall receive five dollars as his per cent. on such sale, and no more.
SEC. 11. [Justice of the peace.]-Docketing each cause, twenty-five cents, Taking affidavit, twenty-five cents. Filing petition, bill of particulars, or other paper necessary in a cause, ten cents. Issuing summons, capias, subpoena, order of arrest, or venire for jury, fifty cents. Issuing execution, order of sale, order of attachment, order of replevin, and entering return therein, fifty cents. Issuing writ of restitution, and entering return therein, one dollar. Administering oath or affirmation to witness, ten cents. Entering judgment in any cause, fifty cents. Taking acknowledgment of deed or other instrument, fifty cents. Swearing jury, twenty-five cents. Copy of appeal, certiorari, or copy of pleadings, or other papers for any purpose, for each ten words, one cent. Taking depositions, for each ten words, one cent. Certificate and seal, twenty-five cents. Issuing warrant or mittimus, one dollar. Taking information or complaint, fifty cents. Discharge to jailer, twenty-five cents. Dismissal, discontinuance, or satisfaction, twenty-five cents. Written notice to party or parties, ten cents. Filing notice and opening judgment for rehearing, thirty cents. Each adjournment, fifty cents. Performing marriage ceremony, three dollars. Each day's attendance upon trial of a cause, after the first day, one dollar. Taking and approving bail bond, twenty-five cents. Entering voluntary appearance of defendant, twenty-five cents. Issuing attachment, fifty cents. Entering motion or rule, ten cents. Rule of reference to arbitrators, fifty cents. Entering award of arbitrators, twenty-five cents. Commission on money collected on judgment without execution shall be one per cent. on the
SEC. 12. [Constables.]-Constables shall be allowed the same fees as are allowed to sheriffs for like services.
SEC. 13. [County clerks.]—That in all counties the county clerk shall receive for recording deed, mortgage, or other instrument, for the first two hundred (200) words, seventy-five (75) cents, and for each ten (10) words thereafter, one (1) cent; copying of record for each ten (10) words, one (1) cent; certificate and seal, twenty-five (25) cents; entering satisfaction of mortgage or lien, twenty-five (25) cents; for preparing tax list, four (4) cents per line, including footings and recapitulations; Provided, That no fee shall be paid the county clerk in counties having seventy thousand (70,000) inhabitants and upwards for making said list. [1887, chap. 42.]
SEC. 13 a. All fees to be entered on the fee book and accounted for. [Amended 1891, chap. 26.]
SEC. 14. [County clerk.]-Issuing certificate of election, twenty-five cents. For performing the duties of clerk to the county commissioners, and attending to the business of the county, such salary per annum, to be paid by the county quarterly, as the commissioners of the county shall allow, not exceeding in any year the sum of four hundred dollars. For each certificate and seal in other cases, twenty-five cents. recording each certificate of marriage, twenty-five cents.
SEC. 15. [Jurors.]-Grand and petit jurors shall receive for their services two dollars for each day employed in the discharge of their duties, and mileage at the rate of five cents for each mile necessarily traveled. [Amended 1867, § 2, 90.]
SEC. 16. [Surveyor.]-For surveying all lands, except town lots, per day, four dollars. For each lot laid out and platted in any city or town, one dollar. For each copy of plat and certificate, fifty cents. Recording each survey, twenty-five cents. For each mile actually and necessarily traveled in going to and from work, ten cents. For establishing each corner, twenty-five cents. For ascertaining the location of a city or town lot in an old survey, and measuring and marking the same, two dollars. For surveying county roads, per day, five dollars. Expenses of necessary assistance shall, in addition, be paid by the party or parties requiring the work to be done. [Amended 1869, 157.]
SEC. 11. Commission on money collected on judgment without execution is to be paid by the judgment debtor. 21 Neb. 475.
SEC. 13. Provisions of this section not repealed or modified by provisions of sec. 42; county clerk not required to enter fees for making tax list on fee book. 25 Neb. 625. No fees allowed for making duplicate. 29 Neb.-. 45 N. W. R. 275.
SEC. 14. See also secs. 47, 48, this chapter. Must report fees for taking oaths, etc., and certifying abstracts. of title. 46 N. W. R. 714.
SEC. 17. [Printers.]-For printing and publishing legal advertisement in newspapers, as follows: Each square of ten lines, for the first insertion, one dollar. Each subsequent insertion, for each square of ten lines, fifty cents. Each legal advertisement under ten lines shall be deemed a square, and each fractional part of a square shall be counted as a full square. For publishing list of lands upon which taxes are delinquent, each description twenty cents. For publishing list of town lots on which taxes are delinquent, each description ten cents; Provided, That the county commissioners of Otoe county have control of printing the delinquent tax list in said county. [Amended 1869, 159.]
SEC. 18. [Interpreters.]-Interpreters or translators may be allowed such compensation for their services as the court shall certify to be reasonable and just, to be taxed and collected as other costs, but the same shall not exceed two dollars per day.
SEC. 19. [Notaries public.]-For each protest, ($1.00) one dollar; for recording the same, (50c.) fifty cents; for each notice of protest, (25c.) twenty-five cents; for taking affidavit and seal, (25c.) twenty-five cents; for administering oath or affirmation, (10c.) ten cents; for taking deposition, each ten words, (2c.) two cents; for each certificate and seal, (25c.) twenty-five cents; for taking acknowledgment of deed or other instrument, (50c.) fifty cents; for each mile traveled in serving notice, (5c.) five cents. [Amended 1875, 84.]
SEC. 20. [County treasurer.]-Each county treasurer shall receive for his services the following fees: On all moneys collected by him for each fiscal year, under three thousand dollars, ten per cent. For all sums over three thousand dollars and under five thousand dollars, four per cent. On all sums over five thousand dollars, two per cent. On all sums collected, percentage shall be allowed but once; and in computing the amount collected, for the purpose of charging percentage, all sums, from whatever fund derived, shall be included together, except the school fund. For going to the seat of government to settle with the state treasurer, and returning therefrom, a traveling fee of ten cents per mile, to be paid out of the state treasury. The treasurer shall be paid in the same pro rata from respective funds collected by him, whether the same be in money, state or county warrants On school moneys by him collected, he shall receive a commission of but one per cent. and in all cases where persons outside of the state apply to the treasurer by letter to pay taxes, the treasurer is authorized to charge a fee of one dollar for each tax receipt by him sent to such person. [Amended & took effect March 31, 1891. Laws 1891, chap. 27.]
SEC. 21. [Assessor.]-Each assessor shall receive for his services the following fees, and no more: for each and every day actually engaged, the sum of three dollars. SEC. 22. [County commissioners.]-County commissioners shail each be allowed for the time they shall be necessarily employed in the duties of that office the sum of three (3) dollars per day and five (5) cents per mile, to be paid out of the general county fund; Provided, however, That in counties having over seventy thousand (70,000) inhabitants, county commissioners shall each be allowed a salary of eighteen hundred (1,800) dollars per annum as compensation for their services. [Amended 1887, chap. 43.]
SEC. 23. [Witnesses.]-Witnesses before the district court and grand jury shall receive two dollars for each day actually employed in attendance on the court or grand jury, and if the said witness shall reside more than one mile from the court house. or place where the court is held, five cents for each mile necessarily traveled. [Amended 1867, § 3, 90.]
SEC. 24. [Officers of election.]—The judges and clerks of election, also the
SEC. 17. Cited 24 Neb. 112.
SEC. 20. The fee of five per cent. allowed by the 6th clause of this section cannot be collected by action from the purchaser when treasurer fails to collect the amount bid at the tax sale. 5 Neb. 272. Compensation of county .treasurers under this section stated. 25 Neb. 631
SEO. 22. Repealed by Laws 1891, chap. 21. § 3.