| Penalty of such bonds, 349. Oath of masters of
vessels, 350. Duties to be paid before clearance granted, 350. Mariners, may be examined on oath, 351. Duties on skins and furs, for the support of William and
Mary college, 356.
| Right of suffrage, declared, 26. None but
freeholders, to vote for burgesses, 172. Penalty for voting,
not being qualified, 172. No woman, infant, or popish
recusant to vote, 172. How the poll to be taken, 172. Oath to be taken by freeholder, 172. If money, meat, drink, or provisions be given, or promised
to a voter, the election declared void, 173. Form of return,
173. Elections to supply vacancies, how to be conducted, 174. Penalty on sheriff refusing to hold a poll, or to give a
copy; or to give notice of the election; or to make a false or improper return, 174. Fines, how appropriated, 174. How recoverable, 174.
No person eligible who is under 21 years, of age, 174, 175. Acts regulating election of burgesses, &c. re-enacted in
revisal of 1705, pa. 236. Freeholders of every county to
elect two burgesses, 326. James city to elect one burgess, 236. Method of issuing and executing writs for elections, 236. Penalty for failure, 238. Every resident freeholder to appear and vote, 238. Penalty, 238.
Exceptions as to femes sole, or covert, infants, or recusants, 238. Penalty, on those voting, who are not qualified, 238. Method of taking the poll, 239. And of returning the burgesses, 239. Voters, if required, shall be sworn, 240. Form of oath, 240.
Punishment of perjury or subornation, 240. Who accounted
freeholders, 240. Form
| of return, of burgesses, 240. For a county, 241. For William and Mary college, or a town, 241. Sheriff shall deliver a copy of the poll, upon request, 241. And shall execute new writs, to supply vacancies, 241. Penalty on sheriffs, or under-sheriffs, for refusal, or
neglect, 242. Returns to be made to secretary's office, 242. No candidate shall give or promise any money, meat, drink,
&c. to any voter, 243. Persons making, or promising presents,
&c. disabled to sit in the house of burgesses, 243. Infants,
or persons not freeholders not eligible, 244. Such election
void, 244. Privilege of members of assembly, 244. Wages of burgesses, 244. Propositions and grievances, and public claims, how made to
assembly, 245, 246.
Process executed at, void, 248.
| No negro, or mulatto to be set free, unless the person emancipating them, pay for their
transportation, out of the country, within 6 months 87.
Penalty, to be applied towards the expenses of transportation, 88. Negro Will emancipated for having discovered a
| On Indian corn, 185. Continued, 200. All vessels arriving, to give bond, conditioned not to sail
in contempt of embargoes, 440. Notice of embargoes to be
| Of imported liquors, how to be made, 89, 129, 190, 231. Penalty, for, false, 90,
131, 191, 231. Penalty on officers receiving a bribe, or conniving at a
false entry, 91, 131, 191, 232. On officer giving
it, 131, 233. Entry of
negroes, or slaves,