v. To show or display; to offer or present for inspection. To produceanything iu public, so that it may be taken into possession. Dig. 10, 4, 2.To present; to offer publicly or officially; to file of record. Thus we speak of exhibitinga charge of treason, exhibiting a bill against an officer of the king’s bench by way ofproceeding against him in that court. In re Wiltse, 5 Misc. Rep. 105, 25 N. Y. Supp.737; Newell v. State, 2 Conn. 40; Comm. v. Alsop, 1 Brewst. (Pa.) 345.To administer; to cause to be taken; as medicines.
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