The New York Supplement

West Publishing Company, 1893
"Cases argued and determined in the Court of Appeals, Supreme and lower courts of record of New York State, with key number annotations." (varies)

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Side 14 - In Witness Whereof, The said party of the first part has hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.
Side 344 - The appellate court must render judgment according to the justice of the case, without regard to technical errors or defects which do not affect the merits.
Side 316 - ... that no payments have been made thereon, and that there are no offsets against the same, to the knowledge of the claimant.
Side 755 - State prisons, subject to such laws as now exist or may hereafter be enacted; he shall appoint the agents, wardens, physicians and chaplains of the prisons. The agent and warden of each prison shall appoint all other officers of such prison, except the clerk, subject to the approval of the same by the Superintendent. The Comptroller shall appoint the clerks of the prisons. The Superintendent shall have all the powers and perform all the duties not inconsistent herewith, which were formerly had and...
Side 717 - To open, vacate, modify, or set aside, or to enter, as of a former time, a decree or order of his court ; or to grant a new trial or a new hearing for fraud, newly discovered evidence, clerical error, or other sufficient cause. The powers, conferred by this subdivision, must be exercised only in a like case and in the same manner, as a court of record and of general jurisdiction exercises the same powers.
Side 469 - Coupled with this is the allegation, as to each, that he duly qualified and entered upon the discharge of his duties as such administrator, and has ever since been, and now is, the duly qualified and acting administrator, etc.
Side 779 - In singing; or dancing; or playing upon a musical Instrument; or in a theatrical exhibition; or in any wandering occupation; or, 4. In any illegal, indecent or Immoral exhibition or practice; or In the exhibition of any such child when insane, Idiotic, or when presenting the appearance of any deformity or unnatural physical formation or development; or 5.
Side 339 - ... the plaintiff must recover upon the strength of his own title, and not upon the weakness of that of the defendant...
Side 551 - The court refused the request and directed a verdict for the plaintiff, and ordered the exceptions to be heard in the first instance at the General Term.
Side 405 - ... so constructed as to open and close by the action of the elevator in its passage, either ascending or descending, but the requirements of this section shall not apply to passenger elevators that are closed on all sides.

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