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Art. 8.01 Officer may require aid.
Officer may command as many citizens of the county as he thinks proper. Sheriff may call any military company to aid in overcoming the resistance and if necessary, in seizing and arresting the people involved.
Art. 8.02 Military Aid in Executing Process.
The governor may order any military compay of volunteers or militia company from another county to assist in overcoming resistance. The sheriff must make application for assistance.
Art. 8.03 Military aid in suppressing riots.
Whenever the military is used, they shall obey the orders of the civil service officer in charge.
Art. 8.04 Dispersing Riot.
Whenever a group assembles in a manner to constitute a riot, it is the duty of every magistrate or Police Officer to cause them to dispurse. The can be done by commanding them to disperse or arresting the persons engaged with or without warrant.
Art. 8.05 Officer May Call Aid.
In order to enable the officer to disperse a riot, he may call upon any number of citizens to assist.
Art. 8.06 Means Adopted to Suppress.
The officer and those who aid him are authorized/justified in adopting such measures as are necessary to suppress the riot but no greater.
Art. 8.07 Unlawful Assembly.
The articles of this chapter apply equally to unlawful assembly and other unlawful disturbances.
Art. 8.08 Suppression at Election.
To suppress riots, unlawful assemblies and other disturbances at elections, any magistrate may appoint a sufficient number of special constables. The appointment shall be made individualy, in writing, dated and signed by magistrate, recite the purpose of the appointment and length it is in effect. The special constable shall take an oath to suppress riots, assemblies and breaches of peace that he is informed of and to be impartial between all persons interested in the result of the election.