AN ACT to authorize the Sheriffs of the several Counties to make a Record in Certain Cases.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
SECTION 1. That the sheriffs of the respective counties of this State shall procure proper books and enter therein the disposition of all monies arising from the sale of property under execution process, when the same is applicable otherwise than to executions in their hands.
SECTION 2. The said books shall be furnished by the Levy Court of each county, to the sheriff of each county, and shall be kept in the Prothonotary’s office of such county, as other records are kept, to be taken from there only by the sheriffs respectively, when it is necessary to make entries therein, and his compensation for every such entry shall not be less than fifty cents, unless the said entry shall exceed five in number, when it shall be ten cents for every such entry, and such charge shall be included in the costs charged by the said sheriff.
SECTION 3. The Prothonotary of each County shall note upon the record of each judgment to which any application of money shall be made as aforesaid, a reference to the record so made by the sheriff.
Passed at Dover, March 28, 1879.