GENERAL CODE PROVISIONS
CONSTRUCTION OF STATUTES
73-107. Limitations not tolled. When a limitation or period of time prescribed in any existing statute for acquiring a right, or barring a remedy, or for any other purpose, has begun to run before these compiled laws go into effect, and the same or any limitation is prescribed in these compiled laws, the time which has already run shall be deemed part of the time herein prescribed as such limitation.
[(73-107) C.C.P. 1881, sec. 6; R.S., sec. 9; reen. R.C., sec. 9; reen. C.L. 500:9; C.S., sec. 9449; I.C.A., sec. 70-107.]