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Section 59. After a person is committed to jail to await the action of the grand jury, he shall not be admitted to bail by a master in chancery who does not reside or have a usual place of business within the county where the jail is situated, except upon proof that written notice of the proposed application has been duly served upon the district attorney, or one of the assistant district attorneys, for the district, at least twenty-four hours before a hearing on the application, specifying the name of the person, the crime with which he is charged, the time and place of hearing, and the name, occupation and residence of the proposed sureties, or upon proof that the district attorney, or one of the assistant district attorneys, for the district has waived notice of the hearing on such proposed application.

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