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GENERAL STATUTES 1888.
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MCCLAIN’S Conn 1888.
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Corporate stock, see “Corporations.”
A decision of the high court of chancery in
Where a New York corporation issued, and
sold at 80 cents on the dollar, bonds secured by
of the said E. do not marry or be given in marriage to any of the children of my uncle J., or to any of his grandchildren, or great-grandchildren, or other lineal descendants of the said J.; but should any of the children of the said E. marry any of the descendants of the said J., the share of my estate of he, she, or they so marrying as aforesaid shall go to and become vested in the other child or children of the said E., share and share alike”; and the testator charged E. With the payment of a legacy of $2,000. Held, that E. took an estate tail which became converted into a fee-simple absolute by her deed executed agreeably to the Pennsylvania statute for the barring of estates tail.—Pearsol v. Maxwell (C. C.) 513.
WORDS AND EPHRASES.
“Electrolysis,” as used in connection with metallurgical operations, takes place whenever a current of sufficient quantity and intensity is passed through a chemical compound in a fluid condition as to cause a chemical disruption thereof, the result being that one of the elements will go to the anode and the other to the cathode.-Lowrey v. Cowles Electric Smelting & Aluminum Co. (C. C.) 354.
“Smelting,” though by derivation synonymous with “melting,” has a more contracted meaning in connection with metallurgical operations, and usually means a melting of ores in the presence of some reagent which combines with the nonmetallic element, and thus frees the metal element.-Lowrey v. Cowles Electric Smelting & Aluminum Co. (C. C.) 354.
Writ of Error. See “Appeal.”
Where a contract is made in Michigan for the delivery of ore in Mexico, a cause of action for nondelivery arises in Mexico, and gives no right to make service of process under section 8145, How. Ann. St. Mich.—United States Graphite Co. v. Pacific Graphite Co. (C. C.) 442.
Service on an officer of a foreign corporation casually within a state where the corporation has no place of business is not good.—United #" Co. v. Pacific Graphite Co. (C.
A suitor attending a hearing on a demurrer in a foreign jurisdiction, to consult with his counsel, is privileged from service of process.Kinne v. Lant (C. C.) 436.