||8 lar*- Sec. 11. Previous to trial, wheff the sum in question exceeds twenty dollars, if either party request a jury, the Court shall issue an order to the proper officer, requiring him to summon for that purpose, not, less than three, nor more than twelve judicious persons, and residents of ihe county. chan«ng« of Sec. 12. Previous to swearing the persons summoned juiors. ^Q serve gj. jurorS) eacn party may alternately object for cause, and may alternately each reject one third of the whole; and in objecting or rejecting," the persons summoned shall be taken one by one, and if any place is vacated, it shall be filled forthwith.' Oatntojurora. Sec. 13. When the persons for Jurors are selected, they shall be sworn to give a just verdict, and to have no communication about the case in trial with any but the Court or a lellow Juror, until thefy have agreed upon their answer, which must be done with diligence, and may be given when two thirds of their number concur. Non residom Skc. 14. When complaint is made, and substantiated jobt^01"18"1 aS'"inst a nonresident or abscondent debtor, and the plaintiff has given the requisite security, the Court shall appoint three competent persons, who shall forthwith advertise the order o/ the Court in one newspaper printed in this Territory, and send a copy thereof to the defendant if his residence is known, or presumed, and shall under oath, appraise at a fair cash value, and take his 1^1*1™° *p.Vv0Pcriy> or sufficient thereof to liquidate the demand praised. and costs, and shall offer the same to the plaintiff for his acceptance, and if refused, shall proceed to sell the same at public or private sale for money at not less than three fourths its appraised value, and pay the demands, and deposit any surplus in the County Treasury, to the credit of the defendant; and such defendant may be heard in the matter at any period within seven years. Property of Sec. 15. Upon compl-lint that the defendant is a tran-uansient nnd sient person, or about to remove his property from the sml» "oi'l'setz Territory, or is disposing of his property to defraud, ed- or secreting himself or property, and is indebted to the plaintiff, the Court may issue an order requiring the proper officer to take into his custody such portion of his property as will satisfy the demand and costs, and hold the same subject to the order of the Court. . Skc. 16. Depositions may be ^ken and used in evidence, when the circumstances require it, provided, when there is an opposite party, he is seasonably notified of the person, time and place.