The chairman of the board of commissioners, and every officer interested in the fee
bill taxed against such prisoner, may oppose his taking the insolvent debtor's oath
above prescribed, and file particulars of the suggestion in writing, in the court
where the same shall stand for trial as prescribed in this chapter in other cases
of fraud or concealment.
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