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Now, Therefore, in consideration of the premises, and of the sum of one dollar to paid by the said

the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged

do hereby make, constitute, and appoint

or any attorney of any court of record, to be true and lawful attorney, irrevocable, for and in name, place, and stead, to appear in and before any court of record, either in term-time or in vacation, in any of the States or Territories of the United States, at any time after the

of said note, or of any such bond, promissory note, due-bill, or other written evidence of debt, so already made or to be made, indorsed or accepted by

as aforesaid, respectively, to waive service of process, and confess a judgment in favor of the said

executors, administrators, assignee or assignees, or the legal holder or holders of said note or of any one or more of such bonds, promissory notes, due-bills, or other written evidences of debt, as aforesaid, for so much money as shall by the same appear to be due or owing thereon, with interest thereon according to the tenor and effect thereof respectively, together with costs : also, for

dollars attorney's fees, to be added to the amount due or owing on entering up judgment; also, to file a cognovit for the amount that may be so due or owing, including attorney's fees as aforesaid, with an agreement therein that no writ of error or appeal shall be prosecuted upon the judgment entered up by virtue hereof, nor any bill in equity filed to restrain or in any manner interfere with the operation of said judgment, or any execution issued or to be issued thereon, and to release all errors that may intervene in the entering-up of any such judgment or issuing any execution thereon, and to consent, stipulate, and agree, that any execution issued or to be issued upon such judgment, may be immediately levied upon, and satisfied out of any personal property which may have or own, and to waive and relinquish all

right to have personal property last taken and levied upon to satisfy such execution, and also to consent that execution may issue upon any such judgment immediately. Hereby ratifying and confirming all that said attorney may do by virtue hereof.

And, in consideration of the premises, do hereby stipulate, covenant, and agree with the said

executors, administrators, and with the assignee, assignees, or the legal holder or holders of said note, or of any one or more of such bonds, promissory notes, due-bills, or other written evidences of debt as aforesaid, that any execution so issued or to be issued as aforesaid, may first be levied upon and satisfied out of any personal property which may have or own, hereby expressly waiving all right to have

personal property last taken and levied upon to satisfy such execution. Witness hand and seal this A. D. 19

(Signature.) (Seal.) In Presence of

day of

(70.

Notarial Protest.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

SS.

STATE OF
CITY (OR Town) OF AND COUNTY OF
Be It Known that on this
our Lord one thousand nine hundred

day of

in the

year of at the request of

I,

Notary Public, duly commissioned and sworn, residing in the City (or Town) of

aforesaid, did present the original (note or bill of exchange) hereunto annexed to and demanded (payment or acceptance) thereof, which was refused, stating

WHEREUPON, I, the said Notary, at the request aforesaid, did PROTEST, and do hereby publicly and solemnly PROTEST against the Drawers and Endorsers of the said (note or bill) and all others concerned, for all exchange, re-exchange, all costs, damages, and interest, incurred or to be incurred for want of (payment or acceptance) of the same.

And I, the said Notary, do hereby certify, that on the same day I deposited in the Post Office at

Notices for the following persons :

Thus DONE AND PROTESTED, in the City (or Town) of aforesaid and my Notarial Seal affixed, the day and year above written.

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Please take notice, that a (note made by, or bill of exchange drawn by

dollars, dated

1900, payable and endorsed by you, is duly protested for non-payment (or accept. ance), payment (or acceptance) having been demanded and refused, and the holders look to you for the payment thereof.

Respectfully,

Notary Public

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ABSTRACT OF THE DAYS OF GRACE AND HOLIDAYS

IN ALL THE STATES AND TERRITORIES. ALABAMA. — The uniform negotiable instruments law is in force and days of grace are abolished. Sundays, Christmas Day, January ist, January 19th, February 22d, April 26th, June 3d, July 4th, the first Monday of September, Thanksgiving day, Good Friday, and Mardi Gras are holidays. If Christmas, January ist, February 22d, April 26th, or July 4th falls on Sunday, the Monday following is a holiday. Paper falling due on a holiday is payable on the next succeeding business day.

ALASKA. Grace is allowed on all negotiable instruments payable at a future day certain, but not on instruments payable at sight or on demand.

ARIZONA. — The uniform negotiable instruments law has been adopted and days of grace are abolished. January ist, February 22d, May 30th, July 4th, December 25th, Sundays, thanksgiving, arbor, and election days are holidays. When any other holiday falls on Sunday, the following day is treated as a legal holiday. Notes, checks, etc., payable on a holiday are due and collectible on the day following.

ARKANSAS. — Negotiable instruments are governed by the rules of commercial law. Sundays, January ist, February 22d, July 4th, December 25th, the first Monday in September, and Thanksgiving Day are legal holidays, and all paper falling due on either of said days and entitled to grace, is payable on the preceding day.

CALIFORNIA. — Days of grace are not allowed; but all contracts to be performed on a holiday may be performed on the next day. Sundays, January ist, February 22d, May 30th, July 4th, September 9th, the first Monday of September, Christmas, general election days, and all days appointed by the Governor or President as days of public fast, thanksgiving, or holiday, are legal holidays. When any other holiday falls on Sunday, the Monday following is treated as a holiday.

COLORADO. — The uniform negotiable instruments law has been adopted and days of grace are not allowed. Sundays, January ist, February 12th and 22d, May 30th, July 4th, the first Monday in September, election day in November, December 25th, thanksgiving and fast days are holidays, and bills and notes due on any of said days are payable on the next succeeding business day. When any holiday falls on Sunday, the Monday following is treated as a holiday.

CONNECTICUT. – The uniform negotiable instruments law has been adopted, and days of grace are abolished. Paper falling due on Sunday, January 1st, February 12th, February 22d, May 30th, July 4th, the first Monday of September, December 25th, thanksgiving or fast days, is payable on the secular day not a holiday next succeeding. A holiday falling on Sunday is observed on Monday. Saturday afternoon is a holiday for banking purposes, and paper maturing on Saturday is payable on Monday, but instruments payable on demand may be presented for payment before twelve o'clock.

DELAWARE. — Days of grace are abolished. Sundays, January ist, February 12th and 22d, May 30th, December 25th, July 4th, the first Monday of September, general election day and Good Friday, and any day appointed for thanksgiving, Saturday afternoon in the city of Wilmington, are public holidays, and negotiable instruments due on such day or on the following day, when any holiday falls on Sunday, are payable on the next preceding secular day. When, however, paper matures on a half holiday Saturday, it is payable on the next succeeding secular day.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. — The uniform negotiable instruments law is in effect and days of grace are abolished. Sundays, January ist, February 22d, May 30th, July 4th, December 25th, the first Monday of September, inauguration day, thanksgiving and fast days are public holidays, and notes falling due thereon are deemed to have matured on the business day following. When any other holiday falls on Sunday the following day is a holiday. Saturday afternoon is a holiday for banking purposes.

FLORIDA. — The uniform negotiable instruments law has been adopted and days of grace are abolished. Sundays, January ist, January 19th, February 22d, April 26th, June 3d, July 4th, ist Monday of September, December 25th, general election days, Mardi Gras in all cities or towns having a Carnival Association, and days of public thanksgiving, fasting and prayer are public holidays, and notes falling due on such days must be presented on next succeeding business day. When any other holiday, excepting January 17th and June 3d, falls on Sunday, the following Monday is a holiday. Notes, etc., falling due Saturday are payable on Monday, but if on demand may be presented Saturday before twelve.

GEORGIA. — Days of grace are abolished on all commercial paper. Sundays, January 1st and 19th, February 22d, April 26th, June 3d, July 4th, December 25th, the first Monday of September, and days of public thanksgiving and fast are holidays. Notes, etc., falling due on a holiday are payable on the business day next preceding; but when holiday falls on Sunday, Monday is observed, and paper due on Sunday is payable on Saturday, and that due on Monday is payable on Tuesday. When holiday falls on Saturday paper due on Sunday is payable on Monday, and when it falls on Monday paper due that day is payable on Tuesday.

IDAHO.— The uniform negotiable instruments law has been adopted and days of grace are abolished. Sundays, January 1st, February 22d, the last Monday in April, July 4th, December 25th, election, fast, and thanksgiving days are holidays. Paper due on a holiday is payable on the day following. Paper falling due on Saturday is payable on Monday, but if on demand, may be presented Saturday before noon.

ILLINOIS. — The uniform negotiable instruments law is in force and days of grace are not allowed. Holidays are Sundays, January ist, February 12th and 22d, May 30th, July 4th, December 25th, the first Monday of Šeptember, general election days, and any day appointed by the Governor or President as a day of fast or thanksgiving; and paper falling due on any of said days is payable on the following business day. If holiday falls on Sunday, Monday is observed. Paper falling due on Saturday is payable on Monday, except that if due on demand it may be presented Saturday before twelve.

INDIANA. — Days of grace are abolished. Sundays, January 1st, February 22d, May 30th, July 4th, the first Monday in September, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and general state or national election days are legal holidays, and in cities of 35,000 or more Saturday after 12 o'clock noon is a legal half holiday. When a holiday falls on Sunday, Monday is observed. Notes, etc., falling due on Sunday or a legal holiday are payable on the next succeeding business day.

IOWA. — The uniform negotiable instruments law has been adopted and days of grace are abolished. Holidays are Sundays, January ist, February

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22d, May 30th, July 4th, the first Monday of September, Christmas Day, general election day, and any day appointed by the Governor or President as a day of fast or thanksgiving, and notes and bills due on the same are payable on the following business day.

KANSAS. — The uniform negotiable instruments law has been adopted, and days of grace are abolished. Sundays, January ist, February 22d, May zoth, July 4th, Christmas, New Year's day, general election days, thanksgiving and fast days, and the first Monday of September, are holidays; notes falling due on a holiday are payable on the next succeeding business day. Paper falling due Saturday is payable Monday, unless it is payable on demand, when it may be presented before twelve Saturday.

KENTUCKY.–The uniform negotiable instruments law is in effect, and no grace is allowed on any negotiable instruments. Sundays, January ist, the 22d of February, May 30th, 4th of July, the first Monday in September, Christmas Day, general election days, all days appointed by the President or Governor as days of thanksgiving or fasting are holidays. When any of said days occur on Sunday, the following day is to be observed, but bills and notes falling due on the same are payable on the Saturday previous.

LOUISIANA. – The uniform negotiable instruments law has been adopted, and days of grace are abolished. Holidays are Sundays, January ist, January 8th, February 22d, Good Friday, June 3d, July 4th, November ist, December 25th, Thanksgiving Day, all general election days, and in the Parish of Orleans, Mardi Gras, and the ist Monday of September, and in cities of over 15,000 Saturdays from 12 o'clock noon, and in cities of over 50,000 whenever a legal holiday falls on Sunday the succeeding day. Notes, etc., falling due on a holiday are payable on the next succeeding business day, except that those falling due on Saturday payable on demand may be presented before 12 o'clock noon on Saturday.

MAINE. — Days of grace are abolished except on sight drafts. Sundays, public fasts and thanksgiving, January ist, February 22d, May 30th, July 4th, the first Monday of September, and December 25th, are holidays, and negotiable instruments falling due on the same are payable on the succeeding business day. A holiday falling on Sunday is observed on Monday. Saturday after twelve is a holiday for banking purposes.

MARYLAND. — The uniform negotiable instruments law has been adopted and days of grace are abolished. Sundays, January 1st, February 22d, May 30th, July 4th, December 25th, the first Monday in September, Good Friday, days of public thanksgiving, and general election days, are public holidays, and negotiable paper falling due on any of said days is payable on the business day next succeeding. Paper falling due on Saturday is also payable on the next succeeding business day, but if payable on demand may be presented on Saturday before 12 o'clock.

MASSACHUSETTS. — The uniform negotiable instruments law is in effect and no grace is allowed on any negotiable instrument except sight drafts and bills of exchange payable within the state. Instruments falling due on Sunday or a holiday are payable on the next succeeding business day. Those falling due on Saturday are to be presented on the next succeeding business day except that if payable on demand they may at the option of the holder be presented for payment before 12 o'clock. Holidays are February 22d, April 19th, May 30th, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas, the first Monday in September, and the following day when any of these falls on Sunday.

MICHIGAN. — The uniform negotiable instruments law has been adopted and no days of grace are allowed. Bills and notes maturing on Sunday or a legal holiday are payable on the day preceding. Holidays are New Year's Day, February 22d, May 30th, July 4th, the first Monday of September, Christmas, general election days, and any day appointed by the

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