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JURY.

(B) Actions.
II. RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY.

231 (6) (Mass.) Evidence held insufficient

to show exclusion of tenant from premises.--
w 19(10) (Ind.) Complaint to annul

Snider v. Deban, 144 N. E. 69.
struction contract for nonperformance held not
to require jury trial.-Ritenour v. Shoemaker,

LARCENY.
144 N. E. 550.
Ema 31 (3) (N.Y.) Details of method of right See Receiving Stolen Goods.
to jury trial largely subject to legislative dis-

II. PROSECUTION AND PUNISHMENT.
cretion.--Akely v. Kinnicutt, 144 N. E. 682.
Act permitting joinder of causes not uncon-

(B) Evidence.
stitutional.-Id.

Om 55 (111.) Evidence held to sustain convic-

tion.-People v. Jennings, 144 N. E. 316.
LANDLORD AND TENANT.

ww55 (ind.) Evidence held not to show ac-

cused stole or participated in stealing-Carey
I. CREATION AND EXISTENCE OF THE v. State, 144 N. E. 22.
RELATION.

(C) Trial and Review,
Om I (N.Y.) Relation created only by contract
express or implied.-Stern v. Equitable Trust Ow83 (111.) Verdict must find value of prop-
Co. of New York, 144 N. E. 578.

erty stolen.—People v. Jackson, 144 N. E. 314.
On 7 (N.Y.) Relation created only by contract Verdict held insufficient to sustain conviction.
express or implied, and not implied where acts -Id.
and conduct negative existence.-Stern v. Eq-

LEASE.
uitable Trust Co. of New York, 144 N. E. 578. See Landlord and Tenant.
II. LEASES AND AGREEMENTS IN

LEGISLATIVE POWER.
GENERAL.
(B) Construction and Operation.

See Constitutional Law, Om50.
Cam 44(2) (Mass.) Covenant to repair and re-

LIBEL AND SLANDER.
turn in good condition ceased to run with land

I. WORDS AND ACTS ACTIONABLE, AND
after breach.-Bailey v. Meade, 144 N. E. 110.

LIABILITY THEREFOR.
III. LANDLORD'S TITLE AND REVERSION. Om 12 (Mass.) Inferable publication held de-
(A) Rights and Powers of Landlord.

famatory and made concerning plaintiff detec-

tive agency.-Morgan v. Republican Pub. Co.,
Om53(2) (Mass.) Transfer of reversion by 144 N. E. 221.
will carried benefits of covenant to repair and On 22 (Mass.) Defendant liable for what is in-
return premises in good condition.-Bailey v. sinuated. -- Morgan v. Republican Pub. Co., 144
Meade, 144 N E. 110.

N. E. 221.
Fair inference that purchaser paid price bas-

IV. ACTIONS.
ed on value of property as of time of sale, with-

(E) Trial, Judgment, and Review.
out considering right to damages for breach of
lessee's covenant.-Id.

123(2) (Mass.) When court say

matter of law publication not libelous stated. -
IV. TERMS FOR YEARS.

Morgan v. Republican Pub. Co., 144 N. E. 221.
(A) Nature and Extent.

Where words capable of two meanings, how

readers may have understood them, question
Ow70 (111.) Long-time leasehold is chattel for jury.-Iů.
real.-Shedd v. Patterson, 144 N. E. 5.

LICENSES.
(B) Assignment, Subletting, and Mort-
gage.

I. FOR OCCUPATIONS AND PRIVILEGES.
75(3) (N.Y.) Purchaser of business enti-m3 (III.) Things injurious to public licensed
tled to marketable title to leases to be as- for purpose of regulation.-Lowenthal v. City
signed and not required to take assignment of of Chicago, 144 N. E. 829.
leases without landlord's consent.-Greene v. Om 6 (2) (111.) Power to license or tax an oc-
Barrett, Nephews & Co. (Old Staten Island cupation must be expressly granted.-City of
Dyeing Establishment) 144 N. E. 503,

Chicago v. Murphy, 144 N. E. 802.
VII, PREMISES AND ENJOYMENT AND

LIFE ESTATES.
USE THEREOF.

Om2 (Ohio) Act authorizing sale of life and
(B) Possession, Enjoyment, and Use.

entailed estates valid.-Judy v. Trollinger, 144
Omw 129(1) (Mass.) Lessee, and not lessor, can N. E. 44.
maintain summary process against previous
tenant holding over.-Snider v. Deball, 144 N.

LIMITATION OF ACTIONS.
E. 69.

See Adverse Possession.
(D) Repairs, Insurance, and Improve-

I. STATUTES OF LIMITATION.
ments.

(A) Nature, Validity, and Construction in
Cms 154 (4) (Mass.) Measure of damages for

General.
breach of contract to repair stated.--Daniels v. 4(2) (N.Y.) Statute reviving right of ac-
Cohen, 144 N. E. 237.

tion alieady barred held not unconstitutional.
VIII. RENT AND ADVANCES.

--Robinson v. Robins Dry Dock & Repair Co.,

141 N. E. 579.
(A) Rights and Liabilities.

mo(I) (N.Y.) After removal of bar to ac-
Qmw 185 (Mass.) That previous tenant held tion pending its prosecution, plaintiff held not
over no defense to action for rent.--Suider v. required to institute new action.-Robinson v.
Deban, 144 N. E. 69.

Robins ry Dock & Repair Co., 144 N. E. 579.
w 196 (N.Y.) Decedent's estate held not lia-
ble for rent payable after termination of ten-

(B) Limitations Applicable to Particular

Actions.
ancy by his death.--Stern y. Equitable Trust
Co. of New York, 144 N. E. 578.

Cuw 28(1), (Ind.) Compensation insurer's ac-
200(11/2) (N.Y.) Rights of landlord and tion against wrongdoer not in nature of as,
tenant under emergency rent laws stated.- sumpsit as respects time to sue.-Employers'
Stern v. Equitable Trust Co. of New York, 144 Liability Assur. Co. v. Indianapolis & Cincinnati
N. E. 578:

Traction Co., 144 N. E. 615.

can

as
was

II. COMPUTATION OF PERIOD OF LIMI-

MASTER AND SERVANT.
TATION.
(A) Accrual of Right of Action or

De-

I. THE RELATION.
fense.

(C) Termination and Discharge.
54(2) (N.Y.) When "mutual account of re-
ciprocal demands” exists stated, for nurpose w20 (Ind.App.) Employee not obliged to
of determining accrual of action.-Minion v.

serve under indefinite contract.-Old Reliable
Warner, 144 N. E. 605.

Paint Co. v. Storey, 144 N. E. 562.
Mutual open 'and current account held to
have existed between cotenants for purpose of

II. SERVICES AND COMPENSATION.
determining accrual of action for accounting. (B) Wages and Other Remuneration.
-Id.
m54(4) (N.Y.) Time of accrual of action be-ed on consideration.-Zampatella v. Thomson-

Cm72 (Mass.) Agreement to pay bonus found-
tween tenants in common for accounting stat-Crooker Shoe Co., 144 N. E. 82.
ed.--Minion v. Warner, 144 N. E. 665.
Cw56(1) (Ind.) Compensation insurer must

80 (7) (Ind.App.) Evidence as to books held
sue wrongdoer within 2 years after personal in- oid Reliable Paint Co. v. Storey, 144 N. E.

properly excluded in action for commission.-
jury.-Employers' Liability Assur. Co. v. Indi-

562.
anapolis & Cincinnati Traction Co., 144 N. E. Cm80(10) (Mass.) Finding of agreement to
615.

pay bonus sustained.-Zampatella v. Thomson-

Crooker Shoe Co., 144 N. E. $2.
(G) Pendency of Legal Proceedings, In-
junction, Stay, or War.

IV. LIABILITIES FOR INJURIES TO
em 105(2) (N.Y.) Reliance upon statute sub-

THIRD PERSONS.
sequently declared invalid held not to preclude
running of limitations against alternative rem-

(C) Actions.
edy.-Robinson v. Robins Dry Dock & Repair C329 (Ind.) Complaint held to show driver
Co., 144 N. E. 579.

within scope of employment.-Fame

Laundry Co. of Indiana v. Henry, 144 N. E.
LIQUOR SELLING.

545.

C330(3) (Ind.) Evidence driver of automo-
See Intoxicating Liquors.

bile was engaged in owner's business essen-

tial.-Fame Laundry Co. of Indiana v. Henry,
LUNATICS.

144 N. E. 545.

ww332(2) (N.Y.) Evidence held insufficient as
See Insane Persons.

matter of law to destroy presumption of uwner's

control of automobile operated by chauffeur.-
MANDAMUS.

Moore v. Rosenmond, 144 N. E. 639.
1. NATURE AND GROUNDS IN GENERAL.

VI. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACTS.
Oman 3(12) (N.Y.) Mandamus competent to com-

(A) Nature and Grounds of Master's Lia-
pel sewer commissioners to act, but relief must

bility.
be sought by certiorari when ruling announced.
-People ex rel. Desiderio v. Conolly, 144 Nim347 (Ohio) Statute requiring municipalities
E. 629.

to offer bonds to State Industrial Commission
at less than market value held void.-State v.

Frazine, 144 N. E. 289.
II. SUBJECTS AND PURPOSES OF
RELIEF.

C348 (Ind. App.) Compensation act to be

liberally construed.-National Power Const.
(B) Acts and Proceedings of Public Off- Co. v. Rouleau, 144 N. E. 557.

cers and Boards and Municipalities. ww352 (Ohio) Finding injury was not caused
w95 (N.Y.) Upon filing of map in street clos. by noncompliance with lawful requirement held
ing proceeding, mandamus lies to compel pro-

not to relieve claimant from the effect of waiv-
ceedings to assess compensation.-Underwood v.

er.-State v. Industrial Commission of Ohio,
O'Brien, 144 N. E. 628.

144 N. E. 272.
w!01 (N.Y.) Functions of sewer commission. Eww358 (Ohio) Exercise of option to sue waiv-
ers in ordering payment for work done admin-

er of right to compensation.-State v. Industri-
istrative and not judicial.- People ex rel. De al Commission of Ohio, 144 N. E. 272.
siderio v. Conolly, 144 N. E. 629.

361 (N.Y.) Employer liable for employee's
cm 102(1) (Ohio) Mandamus hold' to lie to

death by accident while in its general employ-
compel county board of education to certify ment: Jaabeck, Theodore A. Crane's Sons

Co., 144 N. E. 625.
to county auditor sum due to employers' ac-
cumulation fund. --State v. Kurtz, 144 N. E. termine intent of oral contract in determining

www 367 (Ind. App.) Industrial Board must de-
120.

right to compensation for leath contrac-
III.

tors' employee.-Spickelmier Fuel & Supply
JURISDICTION, PROCEEDINGS, AND

Co. v. Thomas, 144 V. E. 566.
RELIEF.

C371 (III.) Risk "incidental to employment,"
Cam 154(8) (N.Y.) Prayer asking for “audit," within Compensation Act, defined.-Jefferson
held to ask payment.--People ex rel. Desiderio Printing Co. v. Industrial Commission, 144 N.
v. Conolly, 114 N. E. 629.

E. 356.

Injury "arising out of employment," within
MANSLAUGHTER.

Compensation Act, defined.--Id.

371 (ind. App.) Injury "arising out of and
See Homicide.

in course of employment" within Compensation

Act defined.-Marion Malleable Iron Works v.
MARRIAGE.

Ford, 144 N. E. 552.
See Divorce; Husband and Wife.

ww373 (111.) "Accidental injury” within Com-

pensation Act defined; "accident."-Jefferson
Cw50(5), (Ind. App.) Finding against common Printing Co. v. Industrial Commission, 144 N.
law marriage held warranted.—Simms v. Kirk, E. 336.
144 N. E. 146.

ww373 (Ind.App.) Danger in use of streets
Cw58 (7) (N.Y.) Reliance on misrepresenta- , an "incident to employment" within Compen-
tion, inducing marriage, necessary to annul-sation Act.-Capital Paper Co. v. Conner, 144
ment.- Minner v. Minner, 144 N. È. 781. N. E. 474.

Husband's misrepresentation that he had not Injury to employé exposed to street risk is
previously been married held material.-Id.

compensable.-Id.

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m373 (Ind. App.) Death of electric crane op- / tional Power Const. Co. v. Rouleau, 144 N. E.
erator held compensable as "arising out of and 557.
in course of employment."-Marion Malleable "Next of kin" may include widow.-Id.
Iron Works v. Ford, 144 N. E. 552.
373 (Ind.App.) Sunstroke "accident"

(C) Proceedings.
within Workmen's Compensation Act.-Town- em 398 (N.Y.) Limitation in compensation
send & Freeman Co. v. Taggart, 144 N. E. law held to preclude revival of proceeding dis-
556.

continued.-Joyce v. Eastman Kodak Co., 144
Sunstroke accident “arising out of employ- N. E. 482.
ment” within Compensation Act.-Id.

403 (Ind.App.) Widow claiming compensa-
ww373 (Ind.App.) Assault and battery may be tion has burden of proving husband's liability
accidental injury within compensation act; to support her.Jelicic v. Vermillion Coal Co.,
"accident."-Furst Kerber Cut Stone Co. v. 144 N. E. 38.
Mayo, 144 N. E. 857.

403 (Ind.App.) Employee injured in place
Assault and battery held accidental injury where duty might require him to be presumed
within Compensation Act.-Id.

in course of employment within Compensation
Inferred that injury from quarrel arose out Act.-Capital Paper Co. v. Conner, 144 N. E.
of employment.-Id.

474.
373 (N.Y.) Death by lightning held com- 405(2) (Ind.App.) Compensation award to
pensable as due to unusual risk.-Madura v. contractor's employee not sustained without
City of New York, 144 N. E. 505.

evidence of injury in employment on work for
CM 373 (Ohio) Assault on street sweeper held defendant.-Spickelmier Fuel & Supply Co. v.
compensable as njury "in course of employ- Thomas, 144 N. E. 566.
ment."-Delassandro v. Industrial Commission Industrial Board's finding as to terms of con-
of Ohio, 144 N. E. 138.

tract between contractors and their employers
Cm375(1) (Ind.App.) Inference injury to held not sustained by evidence.-Id.
salesman using street “arose out of and in cm 405(4) (111.) Evidence held to show dizzi-
course of employment" within Compensation ness caused by compensable injury.-Freeman
Act held warranted.-Capital Paper Co. v. Con-Coal Mining Co. v. Industrial Commission, 144
ner, 144 N. E. 474.

N. E. 326.
375(1) (N.Y.) Laborer killed by lightning) em 405(4) (111.) Evidence held insufficient to
while under tree for shelter held injured in justify compensation for death of employee de-
"course of employment."-Madura v. City of veloping erysipelas following vaccination.-Jef-
New York, 144 N. E. 505.

ferson Printing Co. v. Industrial Commission,
Cam375(2) (Ind. App.) Injury received on em- 144 N. E. 356.
ployer's driveway while going to lunch held not Evidence of compensable injury must amount
compensable as "arising out of and in course to more than conjecture.- Id.
of employment."--Moore v. Sefton Mfg. Cor-405(4) (Ind.App.) Disability from
poration, 144 N. E. 476.

stroke held compensable as arising out of em-
w375(2) (Ohio) Employment begins when ployment.-Townsend & Freeman Co. v. Tag.
employé enters employer's conveyance to go to gart, 144 N. E. 556.
work.- De Camp v. Youngstown Municipal Ry. ww405(4) (Ind.App.) Hearsay testimony as
Co., 144 N. E. 128.

to compensable injury insufficient.-Indiana Bell
Injury to street railway employé conveyed to Telephone Co. v. Haufe, 144 N. E. 844.
work held compensable as injury in "course of a 405 (4) (Ind.App.) Finding injury from as-
employment."-Id.
382 (Ind.App.) Approved compensation Furst Kerber Cut Stone Co. y. Mayo, 144 N.

sault arose out of employment held supported.-
agreement constitutes award.-Smith v. Brown, E. 857.
144 N. E. 849.

405(6) (11.) Compensation for temporary

total and permanent partial incapacity justified.
(B) Compensation.

-Freeman Coal Mining Co. v. Industrial Com.

mission, 144 N. E. 832.
Om385(11) (III.) Compensation award for w 40516) (Ind.App.) Allowance for medical
permanent partial disability held justified.- treatment held warranted.--Millspaugh & Irish
Freeman Coal Mining Co. V. Industrial Com. Co. v. Lunte, 144 N. E. 147.
mission, 144 N. E. 326.

@mw405(6) (Ind. App.) Evidence held insuffi-
cm385(15) (Ind.App.) Award of compensa- cient to sustain award of compensation.-
tion held unauthorized, and subject to modifica- Mooney-Mueller-Ward Co. v. Doyle, 144 N. E.
tion.--Millspaugh & Irish Co. v. Lunte, 144 N. | 473.
E, 147,

417(338) (N.Y.) Industrial Board has ju-
m385(16) (Ind.App.) Period of medical risdiction to determine insurance carrier's lia-
treatment begins to run at once, where injury bility, and carrier or employer may appeal.--
is visible.--Millspaugh & Irish Co. v. Lunte, Jaabeck y. Theodore A. Crane's Sons Co., 144
144 N. E. 147.

N. E. 625.
Period of medical treatment does not begin w417 (4/2) (Ind.App.) Vacation appeal in
to run until injury through employment is es- compensation case perfected by first serving
tablished.-Id.

notice.-Thompson v. A. J. Thompson Stone
Right to medical treatment enforceable when | Co., 144 N. E. 150.
injury may be diagnosed.--Id.

417 (5) (Ind. App.) “Submission" of appeal
Period of medical treatment held not to be in compensation case defined.-Thompson v. A.
gin to run until injury definitely established. J. Thompson Stone Co., 144 N. E. 150.
-Id.

417(7) (Ind.App.) Reasonableness of work-
388 (Ind. App.) Widows conclusively pre-man's act held for Industrial Board.-Marion
sumed dependent within Compensation Act.- Malleable Iron Works v. Ford, 144 N. E. 552.
Jelicic v. Vermillion Coal Co., 144 N. E. 38. Cm 417 (7) (Ind.App.) Industrial Board's find-

Husband held not liable to support wife ing as to intent of parties to contract with
claiming compensation for death.-Id.

decedent's employer sustained, if supported by
389 (Ind.) Compensation Act, authorizing any evidence.-Spickelmier Fuel & Supply Co.
employer to recover from wrongdoer, does not v. Thomas, 144 N. E. 566.
create new cause of action.-Employers' Lia-418(6)' (N.Y.) Conclusion on findings of
bility Assur. Co. v._ Indianapolis Cincinnati facts reviewable by Court of Appeals in com-
Traction Co., 144 N. E. 615.

pensation proceedings.-Madura v. City of New
Compensation insurer as "employer” may | York, 144 N. E. 505.
bring suit against third person causing injury. Cw419 (Ind.App.) Review of compensation
-Id.

award on appeal limited to issue tendered in
ww393 (Ind.App.) Widow of workman enti- application for review.- Mooney-Mueller-Ward
tled to compensation as "next of kin.”-Na- | Co. v. Doyle, 144 N. E. 473.

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Cum 419 (Ind.App.) Approved compensation

MOTIONS.
agreement subject to modification.---Smith v.
Brown, 144 N. E. 849.

Om55 (Mass.) Judge should sign name, and
Compensation claimant has burden of proving not write initials.- Volpe v. Sensatini, 144 N.
changed condition.--Id.

Increased compensation, without finding of
increased impairment of member, contrary to

MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.
law, notwithstanding increased disability:-Id. See Counties; Schools and School Districts;
Increased compensation for permanent par-

Street Railroads.
tial impairment of member contrary to law,
unless increased impairment is found.-Id.

1. CREATION, ALTERATION, EXISTENCE.

AND DISSOLUTION.
MINORS.

(B) Territorial Extent and Subdivisions,
See Infants.

Annexation, Consolidation, and

Division.
MONOPOLIES.

33(8) (Ind.) City council's refusal to dis-
II. TRUSTS AND OTHER COMBINATIONS annex lands judicial act reviewable by court.-
IN RESTRAINT OF TRADE.

Livengood v. City of Covington, 144 N. E. 416.
w 17(1) (Ind.App.) Organization regulating
prices to be paid and charged for dairy products 11. GOVERNMENTAL POWERS AND FUNC-
held illegal.--State v. Indiana Mfrs, of Dairy

TIONS IN GENERAL.
Products, 144 N. E. 423.

ww57 (111.) Powers delegated by Legislature.

--City of Chicago v. Murphy, 144 N. E. 802.
MORTGAGES.

m58 (III.) Power strictly construed.-Lowen-

thal v. City of Chicago, 144 N. E. 829.
III. CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION.
(B) Parties and Debts or Liabilities Se III. LEGISLATIVE CONTROL OF MUNICI-
cured.

PAL ACTS, RIGHTS, AND
w114 (111.) Held to secure only payment of

LIABILITIES,
annuity.- Patterson v. Vermilion Academy, 141 mm 65 (Ohio) Power of Legislature to require
N. E. 9.

municipal building inspection department to
Om 116 (Mass.) Indebtedness other than note approve school building plans not abridged.-
held secured, and accommodation indorser could Niehaus v. State, 144 N. E. 433.
not complain of application of foreclosure pro-
ceeds on other indebtedness.--Exchange Trust

IV. PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL OR
Co. v. Hitchcock, 144 N. E. 373.

OTHER GOVERNING BODY.
(C) Property Mortgaged, and Estates of (B) Ordinances and By-Laws in General.
Parties Therein.

Oml !|(4) (III.) Power to regulate sale of
137 (Ind.App.) Mortgagee in possession certain beverages not to be denied because
before foreclosure held to hold legal title as other articles are included in ordinance.--City
trustee for mortgagor.--Wise v. Layman, 144 of Chicago v. Murphy, 144 N. E. 802.
N. E. 564.

V. OFFICERS, AGENTS, AND EMPLOYÉS.
(D) Lien and Priority.
Om 151 (3) (Ind. App.) Laborer's lien for wages

(A) Municipal Officers in General.
superior to that of mortgagee.-Pierce v. Blair, Omw 124 (3) (Ind.) Legislature may create mu-
144 N. E. 842.

nicipal offices and fix qualifications.-Connell v.

State. 144 N. E. 882.
IV. RIGHTS AND LIABILITIES OF

Cmw 138 (Ind.) Citizenship, not essential quali-
PARTIES.

fication of councilman.--Connell v. State, 144
w 194 (Ind.App.) Mortgagee in possession be- N. E. 882.
fore foreclosure bound to protect mortgagor's 149 (Ohio) Appointment to vacancy in vil-
interest.-- Wise v. Layman, 144 N. E. 561.

Tage council held valid-State y. Larsen, 14
L'uties of mortgagee in possession stated. N. E. 264.
-Id.

cm 168 (Ohio) President pro tem. of council
em 199(1) (Mass.) Second mortgage held para invested with judicial powers of absent mayor.
mount to lease.-Burke v. Willard, 144 Ñ. E. -State v. Lanser, 144 N E. 734.
223.

Where tenant refused to pay rent to mort (B) Municipal Departments and Oficers
gagee taking possession, leasehold terminated.

Thereof.
-Id.

185(1) (Mass.) Conduct of policeman out
Action in tort held maintainable against ten of uniform may show him unfit.-Coolidge v.
ant for mesne profits after mortgagee took Bruce, 144 N. E. 397.
possession.-Id.

C185(3) (Mass.), Charge of unbecoming con-
199 (3) (Ind. App.) Mortgagee in posses- duct of policeman held not too remote.-Cool-
sion, failing to account for rents, liable for idge v. Bruce, 144 N. E. 397.
reasonable rental value.-Wise v. Layman, 144 cm 185(7) (Mass.) Charges against police of-
N. E. 564.

ficer not construed with strictness on review:-
X. FORECLOSURE BY ACTION.

Coolidge v. Bruce, 144 N. E. 397.

C185 (8) (Mass.) Hearing for removal of of-
(L) Disposition of Proceeds and Surplus. ficer should be fairly conducted.-Coolidge v.
C-567(1) (Ind.App.) Rights of owner, tak Bruce, 144 N. E. 397.
ing property subject to mortgage, inferior to ano 185(11) (Mass.) Decision of mayor remov.
those of trustee for bondholders under mort ng officer held not to show removal based on
gage.--Pierce v. Blair, 114 N. E. 812.

reasons not charged.—Coolidge v. Bruce, 144

N. E. 397.
XI. REDEMPTION.

con 185(12) (Mass.) Statute held not to pro-
Omw 603 (Ind.App.) Mortgagee in

vide for new trial on review of removal of po.
not authorized to add sum for sodding lawn, lice officer.-Coolidge v. Bruce, 144 N. E. 397.
painting, plumbing, etc.-Wise v. Layman, 144

VII. CONTRACTS IN GENERAL.
N. E. 564.
C 604 (Ind.App.) Mortgagee in possession i Caw 255 (Ohio) Excessive payments by city for
not authorized to add sum for taxes.-Wise v. advertisements recoverable.-City of Cleveland
Layman, 144 N. E. 564.

v. Legal News Pub. Co., 114 N, E. 256.

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IX. PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS.

ww822(2) (Ohio) Instruction defining ordi(E) Assessments for Benefits, and Special nary care as that which similar municipal offiTaxes.

cers exercised under similar circumstances held 434(6) (N.Y.) Railroad property exempt

error.-Jones v. Village of Girard, 144 N. E.

847. from assessments.- New York Cent. & H. R. R. Co. v. City of Yonkers, 144 N. E. 490.

(D) Defects Obstructions in Sewers, Railroad property held subject to assessment.

Drains, and Water Courses. -Id. en 513(3) (N.Y.) Railroad held to have lost ble for damages through inadequacy of plan of

831(1) (Mass.) Municipality not responsiright to question assessment by failure to proceed under statute.--New York Cent. & H. R.

sewer system.-Pevear v. City of Lynn, 144 N.

E. 379. R. Co. v. City of Yonkers, 144 N. E. 490.

Cm832 (Mass.) Municipality's responsibility X. POLICE POWER AND REGULATIONS. for damages by inadequacy of sewers.-Pevear (A) Delegation, Extent, and Exercise of

v. City of Lynn, 144 N. E. 379. Power.

mo845(4) (Mass.) Finding sewer plass did

not warrant unrestrained flow of surface wam592(1) (Ohio) Municipality may not thwart ter warranted.-Pevear v. City of Lynn, 144 N. state law requiring approval of school build- E. 379. ing plans by requiring fee.-Niehaus v. State, 144 N. E. 433.

XIII. FISCAL MANAGEMENT, PUBLIC m625 (III.) Regulatory ordinances must be DEBT, SECURITIES, AND TAXATION. reasonable.-City of Chicago v. Kautz, 144 N. (A) Power to Incur Indebtedness and ExE. 805.

penditures. Regulatory ordinance void if arbitrary.-Id. Ordinance regulating weighing of coal, held ering same territory not aggregated, in de

Om 865(1) (Ind.) Debts of corporations covin valid.-Id.

termining borrowing capacity of one.–Follett v. (B) Violations and Enforcement of Rega- Sheldon, 144 N. E. 867. lations,

(C) Bonds and Other Securities, and Sink633(2) (ind.) Suit for penalty for viola

ing Funds. tion of ordinance civil action.-Seibert v. City 907 (Ohio) Statute held to attempt to reof Evansville, 144 N. E. 841.

quire municipalities to offer bonds to State InXI. USE AND REGULATION OF PUBLIC dustrial Commission at par.-State v. Frazine, PLACES, PROPERTY, AND WORKS.

144 N. E. 289.

Statute requiring municipalities to offer bonds (A) Streets and Other Public Ways.

to State Industrial Commission at less than ww705 (2). (N.Y.) Rights of way of vehicles market value held void.-Id. at street intersection under ordinance.-Goldman v. Stern Bros., 144 N. E. 494.

XV. ACTIONS. Em 706(1) (ind.) Complaint held not to show am 1025 (Ohio) City held not barred from recontributory negligence of bicycle rider.-Fame covering money illegally expended.-City of Laundry Co. of Indiana v. Henry, 144 N. E. Cleveland v. Legal News Pub. Co., 144 Ñ. E. 545.

256. en 706(3) (Mass.) Skidding of truck, alone, no

MURDER. evidence of negligence.-Lonergan vi American Railway Express Co., 144 N. E. 756. See Homicide. Occurrence of accident on public way not ev

NAMES. idence of negligence.-Id. Cm706(3) (N.Y.) Burden of issue of contribu-Cd (Mass.) Initials do not constitute name. tory negligence on defense.-Cooperstein

--Volpe v. Sensatini, 144 N. E. 104.
Eden Brick & Supply Co., 144 N. E. 501.
Cam 706 (6) (Mass.) Negligence in operating

NATIONAL BANKS.
truck held for jury.--Quinn v. Standard Oil Co. See Banks and Banking, 237.
of New York, 144 N. E. 53.
C 706(6) (Mass.) Negligence of truck driver

NAVIGABLE WATERS. striking pedestrians on sidewalk held for jury. -Lonergan v. American Railway Express Co.,

I. RIGHTS OF PUBLIC. 144 N. E. 756.

cm 1(2) (Ind.) Legislative acts held not to Negligence as to inspection of truck steering make river navigable stream so that bed did gear held for jury.-Id.

not vest in riparian owners.--Seymour Water Cm 706 (7) (N.Y.) Contributory negligence of Co. v. Lebline, 144 N. E. 30. pedestrian killed by truck hell for jury:-Cooperstein v. Eden Brick & Supply Co., 144 N. E.

NEGLIGENCE. 501.

See Master and Servant, Omw329-332; Munici(C) Public Buildings, Parks, and Other pal Corporations, 809-845; Railroads, Public Places and Property.

w330_182; Street Railroads, m&1-110. Cm721(1). (III.) Municipality cannot appro

I. ACTS OR OMISSIONS CONSTITUTING priate public park to erection of buildings.

NEGLIGENCE. Melin v. Community Consol. School Dist. No. 76, 144 N. E. 13.

(C) Condition and Use of Land, Buildings,

and Other Structures. XII. TORTS.

C32(1) (Ohio) Ordinary care required as to (C) Defects

Obstructions in Streets licensee.-Union News Co. v. Freeborn, 144 N. and Other Public Ways.

E. 595. Cm809 (2) (Ohio) Contractor not using rea

C52 (Ohio) Injury to licensee not warned of sonable care in leaving dump wagon in street as dangerous condition of slippery floor held acbarricade held liable for injuries to child.-De tionable.- Union News Co. v. Freeborn, 144 N. Groodt v. Skrbina, 144 N. E. 601.

E. 59). Om 818(2) (Ohio) Evidence of like or greater

III. CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE. depressions in sidewalks of other municipalities held prejudicial.-Jones v. Village of Girard,

(A) Persons Injured in General. 144 N. E. 817.

Om 67 (Mass.) Contributory negligence not cm 822 (2) (Ind. App.) Instructinn on care of excused by being put in position of sudden street held not misleading.-City of Jasonville peril.--Fitzpatrick v. Boston Elevated Ry. Co., v. Griggs, 144 N. E. 560.

144 N. E. 75.

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