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For cases in Dec.Dig. & Am.Dig. Key-No.Series & Indexes see same topic and KEY-NUMBER Om 81(2) (Mass.) Delivery to be within rea- Nephews & Co. (Old Staten Island Dyeing Essonable time, if pone specified.-Pope v. Brooks, tablishmment), 144 N. E. 503. 144 N. E. 214. Om81 (4) (N.Y.) If strike clause is merely to (D) Actions and Counterclaims for Breach

of Warranty. delay delivery, contract must clearly so provide-Normandie Shirt Co. v. J. H. & C. K. Ow439 (Mass.) Burden of proving waiver of Eagle, 144 N. E. 507.

warranty held on defendant seller.-Nashua ww85(2) (N.Y.) Right of manufacturer to River Paper Co. v. Lindsay, 144 N. E. 224. cancel under strike clause held not waived by Om445 (5) (Mass.) Whether proper notice of delivery and acceptance of part of goods. breach of warranty given held question of fact. Normandie Shirt Co. v. J. H. & C. K. Eagle, --Nashua River Paper Co. v. Lindsay, 144 N. 144 N. E. 507.

E. 224. Strike clause held to permit cancellation of

IX. CONDITIONAL SALES. contract, and not merely postponement of delivery.--Id.

470 (Mass.) Contract of repurchase held Buyer could not require delivery of different enforceable, though conditional bill of sale statpattern, where agreed pattern could not be de- ed it included entire undertaking.–Brown v. livered because of strike.--Id.

Grow, 144 N. E. 403. 87(3) (Mass.) Finding of two contracts warranted by evidence.-Pope v. Brooks, 144

SAVINGS BANKS. N. E. 214.

See Banks and Banking, m309. IV. PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACT. (C) Delivery and Acceptance of Goods. SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS. C-172 (Ind.App.) Seller undertaking to deliv

II. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. er without condition not relieved from perform

(A) Establishment, School Lands and apce by strike of railroad employees.-Indian

Funds, and Regulation in apolis Abattoir Co. v. Penn Beef Co., 144 N. E.

General, 573. 177 (Mass.) Absolute statement by pur- cies to carry out provisions for public school

Owll (Ind.) Legislature may determine agenchasers of intent not to perform constitutes

system and division of burden among them.repudiation.-Pope v. Brooks, 144 N. E. 214.

Follett v. Sheldon, 144 N. E. 867.
VI. WARRANTIES.

Legislature may change school plans without

liability to courts for mistakes or abuses.-Id. em 274 (N.Y.) Receiving, eating, and paying C 20°(ind.) Court cannot decide whether for food delivered to restaurant customer on his emergency exists to issue bopds for new schoolorder is purchase of goods.-Temple v. Keeler, house. Follett v. Sheldon, 144 N. E. 867. 144 N. E, 635.

Implied warranty that food delivered to res- (B) Creation, Alteration, Existence, and taurant customer is reasonably fit for consuinp

Dissolution of Districts. tion.-Id.

On 21 (111.) School districts are "quasi munici: 0285(3) (Mass.) Essentials of notice of pal corporations.”—Melin v. Community Consol. breach of warranty stated.-Nashua River Pa- School Dist. No. 76, 144 N. E. 13. per Co. v. Lindsay, 144 N. E. 224.

School district's powers limited to those ex

pressly granted or necessarily implied.-Id. VII. REMEDIES OF SELLER.

m24(2). (III.) Every reasonable presumption (E) Actions for Price or Valae.

indulged in favor of validity of school district. 355(4) (Mass.) No recovery for

-People v. Standley, 144 N. E. 355. goods

Omw 42(2) (111) District held sufficiently com. sold and delivered, where contracts were to sell rugs to be manufactured.-Pope v. Brooks,

pact.-People v. Standley, 144 N. E. 355.

Evidence held not to establish that district 144 N. E. 214.

comprises more than one community for high (F) Actions for Damages.

school purposes:--Id.

District will not be held invalid unless evi384(2)(Mass.) Measure of damages for dence clearly shows that children cannot reabreach of contract to receive stated.-Pope v. sonably avail themselves of school privileges. Brooks, 144 N. E. 214.

-Id. ww384(6), (Mass.) Loss of profits could be 42(2) (III.) Record of ex officio county properly allowed for breach of contract to pur- board proceedings held to bring same within chase. Boston Box Co. v. Shapiro, 144 N. E. act validating changes in district boundaries; 233.

"legal voter.”_Wiswell v. Simpson, 144 N. E. Om388 (Mass.) Court should have instructed 463. that no recovery could be had unless contract Record held to sufficiently show proceedings proved was that declared on.-Boston Box Co. for detachment of territory was had before ex v. Shapiro, 144 N. E. 233.

officio board.-Id.

Record of ex officio board proceedings changVIIJ. REMEDIES OF BUYER.

ing district boundaries entitled to weight.--Id. (A) Recovery of Price.

Record on certiorari held to sufficiently show Ow397 (N.Y.) Proof of tender of purchase

land included within petition for detachment money unnecessary where one suing for return

from district.-Id. of earnest money and money expended.-Greene

Acquiescence in proceeding complained of v. Barrett, Nephews & Co. (old Staten Island Cm44 (Ind.) School town ceases to exist, on

immaterial.-Id. Dyeing Establishment), 144 N. E. 503.

Showing of readiness on closing day to com- compliance with statute for discontinuance, plete contract held not essential to buyer's ac- though it does not so state.-- Follett v. Sheldon, tion to enforce return of purchase money.-1d. 144 N. E. 867.

Territory included in abolished school town (C) Actions for Breach of Contract.

becomes part of school township, for school

purposes.-Id. Ow405 (Ind. App.) Finding of buyer's readiness and willingness to receive and pay for (C) Government, officers, and District goods essential in action for nondelivery.-In

Meetings. dianapolis Abattoir Co. v. Penn Beef Co., 144 48(2) (Ohio) Oath taken at any time dur. N. E. 573.

ing day compliance with statute.-State v. Tur. 415 (N.Y.) No recovery of damages by ner, 144 N. E. 599. buyer in absence of showing that he did what m48 (3) (Ohio) Members of board begin term he was required to do.-Greene v. Barrett, 1 from time of taking oath; office not vacant even

though majority of board meet and organize be- School Tp. of Washington County, 144 N. E. fore new members qualify.--State v. Turner, 526. 144 N. E. 599.

cm 146 (Ohio) Statute as to teachers' retire.

ment system held valid.—State v. Kurtz, 144 N. (D) District Property, Contracts, and E, 120.

Liabilities. Om65 (Ind.) Validity of transfer of school SEARCHES AND SEIZURES. town's property to school township not affected by absence of formal written agreement.-F01-S (Ind.) Capture of liquor in automobile lett v. Sheldon, 144 N. E. 807.

without search warrant violates constitutional Validity of transfer of school town's prop- rights.--Batts v. State, 144 N. E. 23. erty to school township not affected by execu

SENTENCE. tion of deed by town board of trustees, instead of school trustees.-Id.

See Criminal Law, Em996–1001. Transfer of town school property to school township not invalidated by delivery of orig

SEPARATE PROPERTY. inal instead of copy of record of town's in- See Husband and Wife, Em138. debtedness to township trustee.-Id. Om68 (III.) School district not empowered to

SEPARATION. construct school building in public park. -Melin v. Community Consol. School Dist. No. 76, 144 See Husband and Wife, em 299. N. E. 13.

SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM. (E) District Debt, Securities, and Tax. I. NATURE AND GROUNDS OF REMEDY. ation.

Ow8(1) (Mass.) Set-off may be established in 90 (ind.) School and civil townships are equitable action, though not strictly within letseparate corporations, and each can only become indebted to constitutional limit.-Follett of Banks, 144 N. E. 447.

ter of statute.-Cunningham v. Commissioner v. Sheldon, 144 N. E. 867. Whether law permitting bond issue by both

SEWERS.
civil and school district enables Legislature to See Drains.
evade constitutional debt limit immaterial.-Id.

Act authorizing bond issue by civil township SHERIFFS AND CONSTABLES.
to help pay cost of school building held not
unconstitutional.-Id.

II. COMPENSATION. Facts creating emergency need not be set out 28 (Ind.App.) Sheriff held entitled to come in resolution to borrow money for school build- pensation for services in attending session of ing.--Id.

county board of review.-Board of Com’rs of Cm91 (Ind.) Act held void, in so far as re Boone County v. Lewis, 144 N. E. 623. quiring civil township to incur debt for school building in excess of school township's consti- III, POWERS, DUTIES, AND LIABILITIES. tutional limit.--McCullom v. State, 144 N. E. 78 (Ind.App.) Sheriff required to obey or864. Cm91 (Ind.) Objections to amount and rate of sions.-Board of Com’rs of Boone County v.

der of county board of review to attend its sesinterest on school bonds and defective notice Lewis, 144 N. E. 623. of application to state tax board held cured by statute.--Follett v. Sheldon, 144 N. E. 867.

SHIPPING, Legislature may cure any omission, irregularity, or act incident to bond issue which it

II. TITLE. could originally authorize.-Id.

32 (Mass.) Possession and operation of 97(1) (ind.) Legislature may authorize ship held not for sole benefit of mortgagee.both civil and school townships to issue bonds Flitner-Atwood Co. v. Fidelity Trust Co., 144 and pay part of expense of building school- | N. E. 218. house.-Follett v. Sheldon, 144 N. E. 867. What mortgagee's vice president said

Legal provisions for use of school buildings agent put in charge of vessel as to personal for civic and social purposes would authorize responsibility held immaterial in action against bond issue by civil township.-Id.

mortgagee for supplies furnished.-Id. w97(6) (Ind.) Resolution authorizing trus Mortgagee of vessel held liable for supplies tee to issue bonds for erection of school build- furnished agent operating it.-Id. ing held sufficient, though not specifically authorizing him to borrow money.-Follett v. V. LIABILITIES OF VESSELS AND OWNSheldon, 144 N. E. 867.

ERS IN GENERAL. Advisory board's record need not be couched m84(3) (N.Y.) Shipowner bound to exercise in technical legal language to authorize issu- ordinary care in providing workmen reasonably ance of bonds.-Id. 99 (Ind.) Township trustee, taking over

safe place.-Aurigemma v. Nippon Yusen Kai

sha Co., 144 N. E. 495. school property of town therein, must levy tax (86(2) (N.Y.) Res ipsa loquitur held not to on all taxable property of township, to dis; apply to injury from fall caused by giving way charge school bonds.-Follett v. Sheldon, 144 of batten of ship.--Aurigemma v. Nippon Yusen N. E. 867.

Kaisha Co., 141 N. E. 495. (G) Teachers. 141(1)(Mass.) Position of assistant prin

SLANDER. cipal in high school could not be abolished, as a See Libel and Slander. means of displacing him because of his political views.-Sweeney v. School Committee of City

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE. of Revere, 144 N. E. 377. 14!(5) (Mass.) Assistant principal in high 1. NATURE AND GROUNDS OF REMEDY IN

NERAL. school could not be dismissed without notice. Sweeney v. School Committee of City of w21 (Ill.) Wife cannot be compelled to siga Revere, 144 N. E. 377.

husband's deed.-Stein v. McKinney, 144 N E. 144(4) (Mass.) Vote to lower salary of 795. high school principal held not contrary to stat

II. CONTRACTS ENFORCEABLE. ute.--Sweeney v. School Committee of City of Revere, 144 N. E. 377.

45 (Ohio) When verbal contract to leare Omw 145 (Ind.) Complaint in teacher's action estate in consideration of personal services will for wages to which entitled, under statute, hell be enforced, stated.-Newbold v. Michael, 144

state cause of action.--Hobbs v. Gibson I N E. 715.

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III. GOOD FAITH AND DILIGENCE. not suficient, if construed as creating new ww92(2) (III.) Sufficiency of abstract of title right of action.-Employers' Liability Assur. determined as of date fixed when vendor was

Co. v. Indianapolis & Cincinnati Traction Co., to furnish abstract.-Cobb v. Willrett, 144 N. 144 N. E. 615. E. 834.

Om 114(7) (ind.) Amendatory act's title held 93 (III.) Court must enforce contract ac

not broad enough to comprehend mere possescording to terms.--Cobb v. Willrett, 144 N. E. sion of intoxicating liquor.-Smith v. State, 834.

144 N. E. 471. Delay defeats right to specific performance. Cu 122(4) (!nd.) Section classifying and fix-Id.

ing qualifications of teachers held void as not

embraced in title.-Hobbs v. Gibson School Tp. IV. PROCEEDINGS AND RELIEF. of Washington County, 144 N. E. 526. Om 126(1) (Mass.) Held to lie as to items of Em123(7) (Ind.) Title of amendatory act as personal property on premises.-Hamilton v.

to registration and regulation of motor vehicles Coster, 144 Ñ. E. 226.

held to embrace provision penalizing driving em 129 (Mass.) Plaintiff held entitled to re

while intoxicated.-White v. State, 144 N. E. cover loss of interest, taxes, insurance, and

531. expenses incurred in care of property.-Hamil-enos 125(6) (Ind.) Provision as to payment of ton v. Coster, 144 N. E. 226.

jụdge of juvenile court, held within title refer

ring to "criminal judges."-Oliver v. State, 144 STATES.

N. E. 612.
VI. ACTIONS.

IV. AMENDMENT, REVISION, AND CODIFI.

CATION. 191 (1) (N.Y.) Supreme Court may grant leave to sue insurance superintendent in fed-141(1) (III.) Act held not to amend existeral court after liquidation proceedings com ing law of homicide. -People v. Tokoly, 144 N. menced.-Bean v. Stoddard, 144 N. E. 916.

E. 808. m191 (2) (Mass.) Suit to restrain execution of unconstitutional statute not suit against

V. REPEAL, SUSPENSION, EXPIRATION,

AND REVIVAL. state.-Commonwealth v. Norman, 144 N. E. 66.

Om 164 (Ind.) An amendment "to read as folSTATUTE OF FRAUDS.

lows" repeals all not embraced in amended See Frauds, Statute of.

section.-Smith v. Statė, 144 N. E. 471..

VI. CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION, STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS.

(A) General Rules of Construction. See Limitation of Actions.

cm 188 (III.) Words given ordinary and acSTATUTES.

cepted meaning in popular use.-Shedd v. Pat

terson, 144 N. E. 5. For statutes relating to particular subjects, see em 190 (Ohio) Courts must apply clear statthe various specific topics.

ute, so as to effect its obvious purpose.Max

field v. Brooks, 144 N. E. 725. III. SUBJECTS AND TITLES OF ACTS.

C225 (Ohio) Road improvement statutes held 107(12(Ind.) Act regulating motor vehi- in pari materia and to be construed together.cles and chauffeurs held not unconstitutional as Maxfield v. Brooks, 144 N. E. 725. covering more than one subject.-White v. 22534 (Ohio) To what extent legislative inState, 144 N. E. 531.

terpretation will be adopted by courts stated. Om 109. (Ind.) Body of act must be confined to-State v. Conn, 144 N. E. 130. particular subject expressed in title and con

ww226 (Mass.) Interpretation of adopted nected matters.--Hobbs v. Gibson School Tp. statute persuasive.-Cunningham y. Commisof Washington County, 144 N. E. 526.

sioner of Banks, 144 N. E. 447. 109 (ind.) Only subject of act need be expressed in title, not matters connected there

(B) Particular Classes of Statutes. with.-White y. State, 144 N. E. 531.

mm 238 (Mass.) Grant from sovereign conem 109 (Ind.) When provisions within title strued strictly against grantee.-Inhabitants of stated.-Oliver v. State, 144 N. E. 612. Town of Stoneham v. Commonwealth, 144 N. E.

What is considered in determining what is 83. general subject of statute.-Id.

245 (Ind. App.) Rule of construction for m 1 10211) (111.) Amendment to Forest Pre-tax law, stated.-Risley v. Rumble, 144 N. E. serve Act within title.-Washburn v. Forest 568. Preserve Dist. of Cook County, 144 N. E. 836. ww245 (Mass.) Tax laws strictly construed Om 114(2) (ind.) Title to act authorizing em. against taxing power.-Bingham v. Long, 144 ployer to recover from person causing injury | N. E. 77.

STATUTES CONSTRUED.
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443 $ 28.....

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Ch. 62, $ 41. Amended by Amended by Laws 1919,

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589, 675 749 Art. 6, § 9.

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499, 639 1917, ch. 174. Amended Ch. 183, § 3

69 8 111

629 by Laws 1919, ch. 42... 867 Ch. 192, § 4.

443 209

682 1917, ch. 174. Amended Ch. 197, § 8.

81 Š 265

512 Laws 1920 (Sp. Ch. 197. $ 10.

105 $$ 324, 325. Sess.) ch, 17. 864 Ch. 207, SS 10, 11. 394 $$ 439, 440.

781 1919, ch. 42. 867 | Ch. 208, § 33. 763 88 588, 590.

638 1919, ch. 44. 859 Ch. 209, $ 35. 236 8 1011

589 1919, ch. 57. 38, 566, 849 Ch. 213, *$ 3.

403 88 1230-1282

657 1919, ch. 57. $ 25.. 147 Ch. 214, § 3, subsec, 3. 96 88 1286, 1288.

365 1919, ch, 59, § 297. 425 Ch. 214, $$ 19, 23. 763 $ 1304

629 1919, ch. 194. 526 Ch. 215, $ 9.

763 1919, ch, 194, $ 1. 526 Ch. 215, $ 11,

394, 763

CODE OF CIVIL PROCE1919, ch. 200. 879 Ch. 215, $ 12.

763

DURE.
1919, ch. 221.
867 Ch. 216. $ 16.

228
$ 4061.

579 1919, ch. 229. 859 Ch. 220, $ 8.

60. 1919, ch. 234. 415 Ch. 221, $ 56.

233
$ 1769

669 1920 (Sp. Sess.) ch. 17. 861 Ch. 223, $ 124.

579 1921, ch. 89.. 612 Ch. 228, $ 7.

81 1921, ch. 130. 864 Ch. 231, $ 5.

SURROGATE'S COURT ACT.

765 1921, ch. 250. 23 Ch. 231, $ 28.

(Laws 1920, ch. 928.) 1921, ch. 250, $ 1..

472 Ch. 231, $ 30. 1921, ch. 250, $ 1. Amend

772 Ch. 231, $ 56.

93 ed by Laws 1923, ch. 23. 471 Ch. 231, $ 59.

228 1921, ch. 264. 867 Ch. 231, $ 85.

74

REVISED STATUTES. 1923, ch. 23. .23, 471, 532 Ch. 231, § 96.

221

First Edition. 1923, ch. 34. 532 Ch. 231, $ 108.

237 1923, ch. 123. 531 Ch. 231, § 111

Pt. 2, ch. 1, tit. 2, § 106.. 686

403 Ch. 231, $ 115.

53

CONSOLIDATED LAWS.
Ch. 231, $125.

387
MASSACHUSETTS.
Ch. 231, 132.. 53, 64, 230

Condemnation Law.
Ch. 232, $ 1.
BILL OF RIGHTS.

447 SS 14, 20. ....

589 Ch. 233, § 76..

395 Art. 12 89 Ch. 235, $ 9.

395

Election Law,
Ch. 235, $S 24-26.

392
CONSTITUTION.

679 Ch. 239, $1

$ 322. subsec. 2.

679 Pt. 1, arts. 1, 10, 12,.... 400 Ch. 250, $ 22.

99
88 323, 324, 327.

679 Pt. 2, ch. 6, art. 2. .

390 Ch. 252, § 15. Amend. art. 4.... 283 Ch. 259, $ 1.

69 General Corporation Law. Ch. 259, § 1, subsec. 5.. 384 REVISED LAWS 1902. Ch. 268, § 8. Amended by

679 Ch. 72, $ 20...

381

Laws 1923, ch. 451,.... 390
Ch. 116, $87, 8..

Insanity Law.
Ch. 277, § 40....
749

390 Ch. 135, $ 19.

372
Ch. 278, § 17.

390 $ 87.

Amended by Laws 1923, ch. 226.

657 Ch. 141, $$ 13, 26, 27, 29, 30

$ 93

657 216

SPECIAL LAWS.
GENERAL LAWS.

Insurance Law.
1889, ch. 171....
229 62

481 Ch. 31, 88 44, 45... ... 397 | 1919, ch. 196, § 1.....

916

89 63

by

675

386 § 1666

392 $ 1902

749

756 $ 204

69 8 320, 321.

99

§ 44

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