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Excerpt from The Code of Civil Procedure of the State of New York: Being Chapter 448 of the Laws of 1876, as Amended by Chapters 416 and 422 of the Laws of 1877, and as Further Amended by Chapters 63, 299 and 166 of the Laws of 1878, and Chapters 163, 210, 414 and 542 of the Laws of 1879
Owing to the laborious efforts of a small number of men, com posing one of the judiciary committees of the Legislature, this code has been brought to a condition tolerable to the community. By a rigorous system of remodeling - extending to the minutest details and including the restoration of many of the provisions of the old code, which, in clearness and conciseness, could not be excelled a bill was at length prepared, making amendments to nearly every section. None of these can be said to be unnecessary; and when this bill became a law it met with universal approval.
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