He will then hire a car to take the notary public to the prison on the day of the wedding.
Overtop, being a notary public, took the affidavits of these persons as he went along.
In 1890 the Supreme Court decided that a woman could not act as notary public.
Now the notary public vended books, and to this personage I was recommended by my friend at Saint James.
In 1898 the Legislature provided that a woman could be a notary public.
Their deed of agreement was drawn up in the temple by a notary public, and confirmed by an oath "by god and the king."
The one voting must take an oath before a notary public that he or she is eligible.
His will had been drawn up seven years ago; all that was needed was the signature of the notary public.
I must go now and get the notary public so you can enter into your office of vice regent.
He said his residence was at Richford, Vt., where he was a notary public and attorney.