XIII. Farmers have the right of pasturing
their saddle and carriage horses ; but the atten¬
dants of these animals shall have no right to
share in the crop.
XIV The keep of too many animals upon
cultivated land being found prejudicial to culti¬
vation and good husbandry, their number shall
be limited, and the surplus number turned into
the common field.
XV. A limited number of attendants on the
plantation cattle shall share in the fourth part
of the produce allotted to the agriculturalists
and assistants in the manufacture.
Art. XVII. The law punishes the lazy and
vagabond, among whom are comprehended la¬
bourers of both sexes who shall quit the habita¬
tions in which they have domiciled, in order to
reside in towns or other places where they
are forbidden to settle: penalty, Art. 114.
XVIII. Marriage being the source of moral
conduct, it shall be especially encouraged and
protected ; and the laborious peasantry who
shall bring up the greatest number of legitimate
children in a reputable manner, shall be distin¬
guished and encouraged by government itself.
XIX. Mendicity and female licentiousness
are severely reprobated; all beggars on the
highway, prostitutes, and stragglers shall be
arrested, and such as have no legal settlement