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					184              The Statutes at Large of Pennsylvania.           [1693



                                 CHAPTER 75.


               [751 THE LAW AGAINST REMOVING LAND-MARKS.
  Be It Enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That no person whatso-
ever shall Cut, fell alter or Remove any known marcked or any Certain
bounded tree, or other allowed Land mark, To the wrong of his neigh-
bour or any other person, under the penalty of any Sum not exceeding
ten pounds.
        H.S.P., Logan Papers, Law Book, 1693-1699/1700. Chapter 178,
      1685. See Vol. II St.L. 15, ch. XV.


                                 CHAPTER 76.


        [761 THE LAW ABOUT DEBTS PAYABLE IN COUNTRY PRODUCE.
   Be It Enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That all persons within
this Province or Territories Contracting debts to be paid in fresh pork
tobacco or Corn, at any particular debtors plantation that shall not be
demanded by the Creditor or his Assigns in their proper Seasons, As
from the Last of the eighth Moneth to the tenth of the second Moneth,
Then it shall be Lawful for the debtor to dispose of the said pork, to-
bacco or Corn, and shall not be obliged to Comply with the Same,
Untill the next eighth Moneth ensuing.
        H.S.P., Logan Papers, Law Book, 1693-1699/1700. Chapter 181,
    1685. See chapter 97, 1693.


                                 CHAPTER 77.


                   [771 THE LAW ABOUT TANNED LEATHER.
   Be It Enacted by the authority aforesaid, That no person within this
province or territories shall sell or expose to Sale any Tanned Leather
to any Shoemaker, before it hath received its approbation & mark of