||39 entries made, approved, and signed by the Judge, cannot' be altered only to correct an evident mistake. Sec1.; 5. The Judges of the District Courts, respective-jU(igestoreporfc ly, shall report to the Legislature at each regular session10 legislature. I thereof, all omissions, discrepancies, or other evident imperfections of the law which have fallen under their observation. Sec. 6. The Judges of the Court may-report th^ir^cisions &c., own decisions,or they may appoint a reporter who shallthe ci«rk ofU hold his office at the pleasure of the Court, and all deci-,c»urt-sions or opinions, and all questions received on appeal, as well as motions, collateral questions, and points of practice, as they may think of sufficient importance, shall be ^educed to writing and filed with the Clerk of the Court. Sec. 7. Each of the Clerks must keep a complete reg-oierk to keep a I ister of, all proceedings of the Court with an index to thereglster# same ; and generally, they must perform all the other duties ordinarily pertaining to their offices. Sec. 8. The said Courts may adopt all such rules asCourt ma they may deem expedient, consistent with the law, theadopt itUes. prime object of which shall be to carry out the purposes of the statutes, and to subserve the ends of justice,, dispensing with all needless forms, and disregarding andTcohnicaiiti»s abridging all technical pleadings with a view to the attain~a ° ° ' mentof justice: all technical forms of actions and pleadings are hereby abolished. . . Sec. 9. Any pleading which possesses the g^^^^; requisites shall be deemed sufficient. First, when to thedeemed sum-common understanding it conveys a reasonable certaintycient* of meaning. Second, when by a fair and natural construction,, it shows a substantial * cause of action or defence. If defective in the first above particulars, the Court shall direct a more specific statement. If in the latter, it is ground of demurrer; demurrers for formalDeniurrcr-defects are abolished, those for substantial defects must set forth the true ground of objection to the pleading demurred to, upon the determination of any demurrer, the party failing, may demend, or plead upon such terms as the Court deems just, or as it may by general rule prescribe. « '