SECTION 144

When and where circuit courts to be held; circuit judges may hold court for each other; power of circuit judges to issue writs of injunction returnable to courts of chancery.

A circuit court, or a court having the jurisdiction of the circuit court, shall be held in each county in the state at least twice in every year, and judges of the several courts mentioned in this section may hold court for each other when they deem it expedient, and shall do so when directed by law. The judges of the several courts mentioned in this section shall have power to issue writs of injunction, returnable to the courts of chancery, or courts having the jurisdiction of courts of chancery.