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(D) Actions and Counterclaims for Breach Weatherford v. School Directors of Dist. No. 7, of Warranty.

+8 N E. 244, Om 442(16) (Mass.) Measure of damages for me 159 (III.) Directors of common school dis. sale of misbranded apples not determined by trict held not liable for tuition of pupils attenddifference in value at time and value if an- ing township high school.-Weatherford swering to warranty.-Stein v. Almeder, 148 School Directors of Dist. No. 7, 148 N. E. 244. N. E. 441.

On !591/2 (Ohio) Parent residing more than

4 miles from high school, transferring children IX. CONDITIONAL SALES,

thereto, may recover for transportation.-Somem 475 (Ind.App.) Transferee of contract and mers v. Putnam County Board of Education, notes, not shown to be innocent purchaser for 148 N. E. 682. value, held to have no greater rights therein may 168 (III.) Board of education cannot furthan those of transferor. -People's State Bank nish free text-books, unless specially authorizof Indianapolis v. Hall, 148 N. E. 486.

ed.-Segar v. Board of Education of School Om479(11) (Ind.App.) Bank, electing to re Dist. of City of Rockford, 148 N. E. 289. take property under conditional sales contract On 172 (11.) Resolution of board of education, assigned to it waived right to receive payment requiring small deposit to guarantee proper notes executed

with contract.-People's use of free textbooks, held valid and reasonable. State Bank of Indianapolis v. Hall, 148 N. E. -Segar v. Board of Education of School Dist. 486.

of City of Rockford, 148 N. E. 289. SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS.

SEARCHES AND SEIZURES. See Colleges and Universities.

cm3 (ind.) Invitation to search or seize must

be free from coercion or fraud.-Meno v. State, II. PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

148 N. E. 420. (A) Establishment, School Lands

Acquiescence in officer's command not invita

and Funds, and Regulation in

tion to search and seize.-Id. General.

Defendant's acts and language held not an

invitation to search.-Id. wwll (III.) System of schools, permitting all Absence of name of affiant in copy of affidapersons of school age to attend classes and receive instruction without charging tuition, pro- thereon.-Id.

vit does not destroy legality of warrant issued vides "free schools."-Segar v. Board of Educa-em? (N.Y.) Authorization to sheriff to open tion of School Dist. of City of Rockford, 148 safe deposit box not unwarranted search and N. E. 289. On 20. (11.) Exercise of discretion by board of seizure:- Carples y. Cumberland Coal & Iron education not interfered with, unless abused. Co., 148 N. E. 185. -Segar v. Board of Education of School Dist.

SENTENCE. of City of Rockford, 148 N. E. 289. Cm20 (ind.) Discretion of general assembly See Criminal Law, 980–1001. in school affairs must be respected by local authorities and courts, unless resulting in lo SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM. cal or special laws.-Gruber v. State, 148 N. E. 481.

III. OPERATION AND EFFECT. (B) Creation, Alteration, Existence, and

59 (Mass.) Recovery on declaration in set. Dissolution of Districts.

off in amount in excess of that alleged to be C33 (III.) Community consolidated district Trust Co., 148 N. E. 136.

due held unwarranted.--Mondello v. Hanover organized only out of territory bounded by district lines as they exist at time of organiza

SEWERS. tion.-People v. Madison, 148 N. E. 247.

See Drains. Only territory detached from community consolidated district which is authorized to be or

SHIPPING ganized into it; "former common school dis- See Wharves. trict."'-Id. Om42(2) (Ind.) Township not required to es

V. LIABILITIES OF VESSELS AND OWN

ERS IN GENERAL. tablish joint high school, if without funds, and had reached its constitutional debt limit.- Omo84 (3) (Mass.) Duty of steamship to proGruber v. State, 148 N. E. 481.

vide invitees safe place to work stated.--Cullen School trustee held required to establish and v. New England Fuel & Transportation Co., maintain joint high school demanded by peti- 148 N. E. 371. tioners.-Id.

Instruction that vessel owner could not rely

on federal inspection exclusively held without (C) Government, Officers,

and
District

error.-Id.
Meetings.

SLANDER Cw49 (Ind.) Township advisory board not al. See Libel and Slander. lowed to arbitrarily defeat performance by township school trustee of duty enjoined on

SPECIAL LAWS. him by law.--Gruber v. State, 148 N. E. 481.

See Statutes, Om77–96. (H) Pupils, and Conduct and Discipline of Schools.

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE. Cum 148 (Ohio) County board of education is un

II. CONTRACTS ENFORCEADLE. der mandatory obligation to provide school privileges, if district board of education fails Cw62 (Mass.) Equity will not require a litiso to provide; privilege of going to high school gant to prosecute a suit which she believes to or studying high school branches is one which be false, groundless, and unlawful.-Mulready county board of education must provide on v. Pheeny, 148 N. E. 132. failure of district board so to provide.-Som Intended purchaser of stock to be recovered mers v. Putnain County Board of Education, in suit to rescind prior sale cannot, by specific 148 N. E. 652.

performance, compel seller to prosecute suit to County board of education by refusing to ex rescind which she believes groundless.-Id. ercise option cannot absolve itself from liability.-Id.

JV. PROCEEDINGS AND RELIEF. Crow 154 (III.) School Law, giving county super-m105(!) (Mass.) Specific performance propintendents certain power as to place of attenderly denied when time for conveyance had not ance by pupil, held not unconstitutional.- Jarrived.-Barrell v. Britton, 148 N. E. 134.

For cases in Dec.Dig. & Am.Dig. Key-No.Series & Indexes see same topic and KEY-NUMBER
STATES.

em 159 (III.) Acts seemingly repugnant are to
II. GOVERNMENT AND OFFICERS.

be construed, if possible, to avoid repeal by im-

plication.--Village of Glencoe v. Hurford, 148
Ca 53 (Ohio) Reinstatement of employé aft-N. E. 69; Same v. Olson, 148 N. E. 78.
er absence without leave held discretion-mw 161(1) (III.) When earlier of two statutes
ary with civil service commission with con- relating to same subject does and does not con-
sent of_appointing officer.--State v. Swisher,tinue in force, stated.- Village of Glencoe v.
148 N. E. 686.

Hurford, 148 N. E. 69; Same v.

148 N.
E. 78.
STATUTE OF FRAUDS.

Om 168 (111.) Unconstitutional statute does not
See Frauds, Statute of.

repeal former law by implication.-Rippinger v.

Niederst, 148 N. E. 7.
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS.
See Limitation of Actions.

VI. CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION.
STATUTES.

(A) General Rules of Construction.
For statutes relating to particular subjects, see www 181(2) (III.). Construction of statute re-
the various specific topics.

sulting in great inconvenience or absurd conse-
I. ENACTMENT, REQUISITES, AND VA-

quences is to be avoided, if possible.- Village

of Glencoe v. Hurford, 148 N. E. 69; Saine v.
LIDITY IN GENERAL.

Olson, 148 N. E. 78.
Cun351/2 (Ohio) Gasoline Tax Bill is law pro- mm 184 (111.) Construction requires determina-
viding for tax levy, and, under Constitution, is tion of legislative intention from language of
not subject to referendum.--State v. Brown, act as whole, considered with object of statute.
148 N. E. 95.

- Village of Glencoe v. Hurford, 148 N. E. 69;

Same v. Olson, 148 N. E. 78.
II. GENERAL AND SPECIAL OR LOCAL C 184 (Mass.) Statutes interpreted to effec-
LAWS.

tuate purpose of framers.--Morse v. City of
77(1) (Ind.) Classification to avoid con- | Boston, 148 N. E. 813.
stitutional inhibition must be reasonable.-188 (Ind.) Words and phrases to be taken
Gruber v. State, 148 N. E. 481.

in ordinary and usual sense.-City of Colum-
Om77 (4) (11.) Prohibition Act not special leg- bus v. Rynerson, 148 N. E. 602.
islation in violation of Constitution. --State v. 194 (Ohio) Court gives effect to specific
Zimmerman, 148 N. E. 5.

limitations of act over general provisions, where
Cm 96(1) (Ind.) Act authorizing joint high such limitations and provisions cannot be rec-
school and elementary school in township hav- onciled.-State v. Brown, 148 N. E. 95.
ing more than $1,250,000 assessed valuation en 203 (Mass.) Omissions from statutes not
heid not unconstitutional as being based on an supplied by judicial department.-Morse v. City
unreasonable classification.-Gruber v. State, of Boston, 148 N. E. 813.
148 N. E. 481.

Cum 205 (III.) Construction requires determina-

tion of legislative intention from language of
III. SUBJECTS AND TITLES OF ACTS.

act as whole.- Village of Glencoe v. Hurford,
Om 107(7) (Ohio) Gasoline Tax Bill held to 148 N. E. 69; Same v. Olson, 148 N. E. 78.
appropriate funds for maintaining and repairing in 206 (Mass.) Every word of enactment giv-
highways and streets of state, and not invalid en force and effect, so far as reasonably prac.
as containing more than one subject.-State ticable.-Bouchard v. First People's Trust, 148
v. Brown, 148 N, E. 95.

N. E. 895.
114(6) (Ind.) Title to act held sufficiently En 207 (Ohio) Ambiguous language of act not
comprehensive.-Guetling v. State, 148 N. E. permitted to modify certain and definite provi-
146.

sions.-State v. Brown, 148 N. E. 95.
Om 114(6) (Ind.) Offense of maintaining liq-w212 (III.) Courts bound to presume Legis-
uor nuisance held properly connected with sub- lature did not contemplate unjust consequences
ject of title prohibiting manufacture, sale, etc.

, literal enforcement of statute entailed, and will
of intoxicating liquors.-Perrone v. State, 148 construe statute accordingly.- Village of Glen-
N. E. 412.

coe v. Hurford, 148 N. E. 69; Same v. Olson,

148 N. E. 78.
IV. AMENDMENT, REVISION, AND CODIFI.
CATION.

Cum212 (Mass.) Presumed that General Court

intended to remedy evil at which legislation
C135 (ind.) Act prohibiting possession, con appears to be aimed.-Morse v. City of Boston,
trol, or use of still for manufacture held not 148 N. E. 813.
amendatory, but original, act, validity of which w224 (Mass.) Statutes enacted at different
does not depend on constitutionality of prior times construed to constitute harmonious body
act.-Shoemaker v. State, 148 N. E. 403.

of legislation.-Morsey, City of Boston, 143
mw 143 (III.) Unconstitutionality of amenda- N. E. 813,
tory act held to leave former law in force; ordi-Cum 2251/4 (N.Y.) Passed at same session not
nance valid whether passed before or after in- construed as inconsistent, if otherwise possi-
valid amendment.-Rippinger v. Niederst, 148 ) ble.--McMaster v. Gould, 148 N. E. 556.
N. E. 7.

Omw22534 (111.) Rules for interpreting terms in
REPEAL, SUSPENSION, EXPIRATION, I amendment or re-enactment stated.-Village of

statute construed and subsequently carried into
AND REVIVAL.

Glencoe v. Hurford, 148 N. E. 69; Same v.
w 158 (III.) Repeal of laws by implication not Olson, 148 N. E. 78.
favored.-Village of Glencoe v. Hurford, 148 N. Judicial construction becomes part of law.
E. 69; Same v. Olson, 148 N. E. 78.

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V.

STATUTES CONSTRUED.
UNITED STATES.
BANKRUPTCY ACT. INTERSTATE COMMERCE

АСТ.
CONSTITUTION.

Act 1898, July !, ch. 541, 30 Act 1887, Feb. 4, ch. 104, 24

Stat, 544,
Amends. 5, 6.
5

Stat. 379.
Amend. 14..

.23, 250 Ch. 511.... . 217, 379, 435 8 1(2). Amended 1906,
Art. 1, § 10...
801 8 17.

379

June 29, ch. 3591, 8 i
Art. 3, & 2.
572 1 8 60a, b....

227 (2), 34 Stat. 584. 47

236.

69

44

8 679.

69

335

$ 6(1, 2). Amended 1906,

ILLINOIS.

INDIANA.
June 29, ch. 3591, § 2(1,
7), 34 Stat. 586.... 47

CONSTITUTION.

CONSTITUTION.
Art. 2, $85, 9..
5 Art. 4, & 19.

412
JUDICIAL CODE.
Art. 6, § 33.
5 Art. 4, § 22

481
289 Art. 8, § 1.

481
Act 1911, March 3, ch. 231, 36 Art. 81.
Stat. 1087.
Art. 9, $ 1.
23 Art. 13, § 1.

417
Art. 10, § 9..

382
§ 24. Amended 1922, June

REVISED STATUTES 1881.
10, ch. 216, § 1, 42 Stat. REVISED STATUTES 1874.
634

489
572

8 345..
Ch. 4, 88 2, 3............ 312 88 348, 398.

335
29.
454

415.

401
256. Amended 1922, June
HURD'S REVISED STAT 507.

193
10. ch. 216, § 2, 42 Stat.

UTES 1917.
635

658.

335
572
Ch. 32, & 25............. 849

BURNS' ANNOTATED
STATUTES AT LARGE.
SMITH'S REVISED STAT-

STATUTES 1908.
1887, Feb. 4, ch. 104, 24

UTES 1921,
$ 426....

401
Stat. 379. See Inter-

Ch. 122, 88 93, 94, 96.... 244
state Com. Act.

BURNS' ANNOTATED
1890, July 2, ch. 647, 26

STATUTES 1914.
SMITH-HURD REVISED
Stat. 209..

467
STATUTES 1923.

407
1890, July 2, ch. 647, 88 1,

273.

417
2. 26 Stat. 209..
450 Ch. 3

241
343.

481
1898, July 1, ch. 541, 30 Ch. 4, 88 2, 3.

53 344.
Stat. 544. See Bank Ch. 7, 88 1, 2.

867
344, subsec. 6..

675
ruptcy Act.

Ch. 13

241

348.
1906, June 29, ch. 3591, 8 Ch. 22, § 7.

317
350.

.335, 489,
1(2), 34 Stat. 584. 47 Ch. 24'

69

407.
1906, June 29, ch, 3591, $ Ch, 24, $$ 298, 326.

1 432.

602
2(1,7), 34 Stat. 586.'. 47 Ch. 24, § 698 et seq.

$ 489.

505
1906, June 30, ch. 3915, 88 Ch. 30, 88 59, 69.

852 Š 520.

501
8, 10, 34 Stat. 771.. 441 Ch. 37, Š 382..

303 $ 521, 522.

643
1908, April 22, ch. 149, 35 Ch. 38, § 216..

873 528.

505, 613
Stat. 65,.
.433, 489 Ch. 38, Š 582.

265
531.

193
1911, March 3, ch. 231, 36
Ch. 42, 37..

646.

193
Stat. 1087. See Judicial Ch. 43

249

401
Code.
Ch. 47

$ 700.
1912, Aug. 3, ch. 273, 8 5, Ch. 48, 88 138–172....59, 262 701.

925
37 Stat. 251.
441 Ch. 48, $$ 142, 147a, c, d 291 868.

163
1916, Aug. 29, ch. 418, S Ch. 48, § 149..

79 | $$ 1060, 1062.

613
1, 39 Stat. 645.
47 Ch. 48, § 156. .79, 250 8 1188-1203.

401
1918, March 21. ch. 25, Ch. 51, § 2, subsec. 3. 391 $ 1225.

481
10, 40 Stat. 456..
47 Ch. 73, Š 67..

23 Š 1691. Amended by Laws
1922, June 10, ch. 216, $8

Ch. 74, $ 3..
849 1919, ch. 49.

405
1, 2, 42 Stat. 634, 635., 572 Ch. 77, $$ 31, 32.

852 $ 2003, subsec. 9..

193
Ch. 83, $S 1, 6.
384 $ 2111.

193
REVISED STATUTES.

Ch. 110, 110..
867 Š 2158, subsec. 9.

197
Ch. 110, 118..
242 2176.

406
$$ 563, 711.
572 Ch. 110, § 119..
838 2231.

602
4121.,
371 Ch. 120, § 1, subsec. 4. 273 2908.

143
5236.
130 Ch. 120, $$ 135, 155, 177 319 2977..

148, 674
Ch. 120, $ 339, subsec, 6.. 273 2978.

174, 674
COMPILED STATUTES 1916 Ch. 121, $ 50..

69 $ 3001
OR 1918.
Ch. 122, § 84g, subsec. 2 247 $$ 3837, 3838.

205
991,
572 Ch. 122, 518..
289 $$ 6927, 6134.

149
1011
45+ Ch. 131, § 1, subsec. 3... 7 7009.

477
1233
572

7020.

401
1974a.
47 CAHILL'S STATUTES 1921. 75161

675
8182.
371

195

$ 7717.
Par. 167..
8563(2)

57
47

$ 8059.

425
Par. 169.

47
§ 8569(1,7)

23
$$ 8362, 8373.

613
$S 8657-8665
433, 489

8536..

414
$$ 8724, 8726, 8736. 441

LAWS.
$S 8690, 8696.

675
8820..
.450, 467 1897, p. 91, $ 6.

59 $ 8813..

602
8821..
450, 407 1909, p. 430, § 13.

212 $$ 9089a, 9089b..

675
SS SS22, SS23.
407 | 1909, D. 472..

274
$S 8827-8830
467 1911, p. 179..

BURNS ANNOTATED
955, 9616
217, 379 1913, p. 43, § 1..

69

STATUTES SUPPLE-
S9601.
379 1913, p. 526, $ 9. Amend-

MENT 1921.
$ 9814.

227
ed by Laws 1921, p. 756 69 $ 40.5.

193
§ 9823.
130 1913, p. 526, § 11. Amend-

$ 207.7.

602
ed by Laws 1923, p. 561 69

2174.
COMPILED STATUTES AN- 1913, p. 5:34, $ 32.

69
$ 65Sth.

451
NOTATED SUPPLE 1917, pp. 517, 707, $$ 10,

$$ (!:278, 6927h.

477
MENT 1919.
12

59
09:27)..

119, 477

69270.
§ 311534) .....
1919, p. 285

119
47
1919, p. 625

23
7719.

198
1921, p. 681

8356d.

420
COMPILED STATUTES AN- 1921, pp. 692, 690, 692, $$

8356t.

.412, 420
NOTATED SUPPLE-

2, 21, 25.
MENT 1923.
1921, p. 786

LAWS.

69
$$ 991 (3), 1233.......... 572 1921, pp. 792, 793, SS 7, 11, 1855, ch. 56

163
12
69 1855, ch. 56, § 1.

103
TREATIES.
1923, p. 436

287 1899, ch. 105. Amended
1923, pp. 437, 410, $$ 5,

by Laws 1913, ch. 102:
Great Britain, 1812, Aug.

13

287 Laws 1915, ch. 67; Laws
9, 8 Stat. 576....
634 | 1923, p. 561

69 1917, ch. 133..

481

613

For cases in Dec.Dig. & Am.Dig. Key-No.Series & Indexes see same topic and KEY-NUMBER
1905, ch. 129, § 217...... 602 Ch. 223, $ 37..

609 CODE OF CRIMINAL PRO-
1905, ch. 167, $ 68.. 198 Ch. 231, $ 5..

227

CEDURE.
1905, ch. 169, $ 132, sub Ch. 231, § 7, subsec. 2... 442
sec. 9...
193 Ch. 231, § 7, subsec, 7.:: 301 88 275, 297, 309, 337, 395,

597
1905, ch.

471
169, § 204. Ch. 231, Š 51.

801
Amended by Laws 1915, Ch. 231, $ 89.

101

REVISED STATUTES.
ch. 14..
602 Ch. 231, § 96.

379
1905, ch. 169, $ 235.. 193 Ch. 233, & 19..

461

First Edition.
1907, ch. 222. Amended Ch. 233, 23.

113
by Laws 1911, ch. 249.. 675 Ch. 234,

Volume 1.
29.

123
1907, ch. 236, 8 3.... 406 Ch. 246, 26..

447 Pt. 2, tit. 1, ch. 8, 8 44... 518
1911, ch. 223
481 Ch. 250, 3.

.567, 570
1911, ch. 249

675 Ch. 259, § 1, subsec. 4... sii SURROGATE'S COURT ACT.
1913, ch. 102
481 Ch. 265, § 25..

123 (Laws 1920, ch. 928.)
1915, ch. 14
602 Ch. 272, § 19.
110

630
1915, ch. 67

$8 174, 177, 179..
481
1915, ch. 106

.428, 496
SPECIAL LAWS.

CONSOLIDATED LAWS.
1915, ch. 106, § 27.. 425
1915, ch. 106, $ 32.. 161 1917, ch. 358

... 805

Arbitration Law.
1915,
ch. 106, $ 45.

$$ 3, 4.....

559
Amended by Laws 1919,

LAWS.
ch. 57, $ 1..
161

Civil Service Law.
1915, ch. 176, § 2..

1780, ch. 15

900
198

627

Ch. 7.
1917, ch. 4, 8 4. Amend-
1780, ch. 15. Amended by

627
ed by Laws 1923, ch. 23,

Laws 1807, ch. 22.

900 $$ 19, 20....
$ 1...

900
1807, ch. 22
197

Decedent Estate Law.
1917, ch. 4. $ 20.

900
1823, ch. 50

412
1917, ch. 133

481
1823, ch. 50, 8 3.

900 / $ 160. Amended by Laws
1919, ch. 49

444
1872, ch, 194
405

1925, chs. 253, 603..... 556
1919, ch. 57, § 1.

101
1887, ch. 270, § 1, sub-

463
1919, ch. 234

sec. 1...
406

Domestic Relations Law.
1921, ch. 130

813
1890, ch. 418
481

$ 70...

624
1921, ch. 250, § 1

403
1890, ch. 418, § 6..
813

630

$ 81...
1923, ch. 23, 3° 1.

805
1892, ch. 126

143, 197
1923, ch: 33

467
1907, ch. 585

403
1923, ch. 33, 88 1, 3.

Election Law.

813
1909, ch. 486, § 30.

403
1923, ch. 34

146
1909, ch. 519

467 88 243, 245, 246......... 784
1925, ch. 19

138
1910, ch. 399

474
1925, ch. 45

458
1911, ch, 624

General Business Law.
417
1925, ch. 48, $ 6...

895
1913, ch. 509, § 1..
403

$$_352 to 359a. Added by
1925, ch. 201, $ 1..

805
1914, ch, 687
.148, 474

Laws 1921, ch. 649.. 627
1914, ch. 742, $8 150–152 895 88 352, 354, 356, 359.
1914, ch. 766

467

Amended by Laws 1923,
MASSACHUSETTS.

458
1918, ch. 247

ch. 600..

627
1922, ch. 403, § 1..

$ 359b. Added Laws 1923,
CONSTITUTION.
1923, ch. 242

ch. 600..

627
1925, ch. 240

130
Pt. 2, ch. 1, § 1, art. 4... 889

General Highway Traffic Law.
REVISED STATUTES 1836.

§ 12, subsec. 4.......... 728
Ch. 109, $85, 36... 447

NEW YORK.

Highway Law.
PUBLIC STATUTES 1882.
CONSTITUTION. § 148....

546
Ch. 147, $ 1....... 380 Art. 1, $ 6.

796
Art. 5, $ 9.

627

Insurance Law.
GENERAL LAWS. Art. 6, $ 9..333, 537, 727, 786 $ 67...

661
Ch. 31, $$ 43-45...
458 Art. 8, § 10..

548 $ 141. Amended by Laws
Ch. 40, $ 21..
805

661

1922, ch. 660, 81..
Ch. 40, $ 53..

CIVIL PRACTICE ACT.
813

§ 141b. Added by Laws
Ch. 59, Š 2..
899

1923, ch. 436, 8 3..... 661

(Laws 1920, ch. 925.)
Ch, 65, $ 1. Amended by
Laws 1922, ch. 403, g 1 593 209....

771 Negotiable Instruments Law.
Ch. 66, § 6..

609
8 211..

532, 771
Ch. 84, § 15..
212.

535
771 88 111, 160, 185.......
376
Ch. 90

889
213.

5:32
Ch. 93, $82, 3..

258.

771
450

Penal Law.
Ch. 106,
23, subsec. 2.. 217
276.
552 8 2, 43.

786
Ch. 106, 58, subsec. 7.. 441

406.
637 8 404, 406.

796
Ch. 107, 74..

588, subsec, 2..
725 $$ 580, 583.

786
Ch. 119, $8 52–72..

449
588, subsec. 3. 039, 777 $ 956..

634
Ch. 143
805 $ 902, 903.

532 $ 1930, subsecs. 1, 3. 786
Ch. 154, $ 41..
603 $$ 1149, 1150.

725
1933.

786
Ch. 156, § 12..

518 1938.

796
Ch. 156, $$ 32, 41, 43. 609

1162.

624
Ch. 158, $ 46...

609
$ 1304,

187

Personal Property Law.
Ch. 159, SS 40, 45. 590

$ 1451.

502
Ch. 160, $ 71..

212
$ 14.53..
467

.559, 562 $8 82, 85..
Ch. 167

$ 1457.
130

559 88 124, 144.

Added by
Ch. 167, $ 22..

Laws 1911, ch. 571.
138

659
Ch. 167, $$ 28, 29, 3i. 130 RULES OF CIVIL PRAC-

146.

215
Ch. 167, $ 35. Amended
TICE.

660

8 148, subsec. 3.
by Laws 1925, ch. 240.. 130 Rules 93, 104, 113...... 552
Ch. 167, § 36...

Real Property Law.
130
Ch. 172, $818, 24, 39, 63 609

725
Rules 281, 282.

623
Ch. 182, $$ 1, 2, 4, 6-9..

895
Ch. 183, $ 3...
811 CODE OF CIVIL PROCE-

Tax Law.
Ch. 203, SS 40-42..

807
DURE.
$8 357, 359, 360.

530
Ch. 215, $ 16....
461 8 1570.

639 $ 365. Amended by Laws
Ch. 218, $$ 26, 30.. 110 18 1760.

5181 1922, ch. 426....

530

593
4.58

105

811 S 11.57.

§ 442.

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Workmen's Compensation Law.
OHIO.

350
Ch. 67.... .523, 527, 543 CONSTITUTION 1802.

232
89 4227—2, 4227–3.
$ 4270..

230
2.

543 Art. 8, $ 3........
Amended by Laws

350 $$ 4527, 4550, 4556. 605

$ 5349.
1917, ch. 703....
543

347
CONSTITUTION 1851.

$8 5409, 5411, 5412. 344
Art. 1, 8.7...

350 6212-19, 6212-37.. 230
LAWS.
Art. 6, $82, 3.
350 $ 6245-2..

237
$8 6292, 6295.

95
1888, ch. 345, $ 12..... 727 CONSTITUTION 1912.

8 6299 et seq.

470
1891, ch. 4, § 37, subsec.

$$_7610—1, 7731–4, 7749
4. Amended by Laws

Art. 2, $$ 1, 1d..

95
2, 7764-1.

682
1917, ch. 625, § 3.. 548

Art. 2, $ 4.
86 $$ 7975 to 7986–1.

355
1905, ch. 724. Amended

Art. 2, & 26
350 88 7999, 8000..

585
by Laws 1906, ch, 314.. 668 Art. 2, § 35.

237 $ 8874.
1906, ch. 314

668
Art. 4, $ 7.

357 $$ 11255, 11273, 11276.
1911, ch. 358
727 Art. 12," $ 2.
.95, 347 $ 11577...

.82, 398
1911, ch. 571
659 Art. 12, Š 3.

344 $8 12123, 12124, 12263.. 90
1911, ch. 746
668 Art. 12, § 10.

95
$ 12283.

100
1916, ch. 576

727
Art. 18

342
$8 12447, 12448..

923
1917, ch. 625, § 3

548
Art. 18, $ 3.

.350, 577
$ 12603.

360
1917, ch. 705
543 Art. 18, $$ 4, 7...

350

$ 12603. Amended by Laws
1918, ch. 606

668
Art. 18, 8 13.

470 1923, p. 138, $ 3.. 360
1920, ch. 925. See Civil

$8 12968, 12969.

367
Practice Act.

GENERAL CODE.
8 13633.

362
1920, ch. 928. See Surro $ 486—16 ..

6868 13675.

89
gate's Court Act.

8 49949, subd. F.

817 8 13698..
1920, ch. 944, 8 10... 512 $8 614-23, 614-50.. 817

581
1921, ch. 134, 88 106, 107 548 $ 61484

CITY CHARTERS.
1921, ch. 434
512 8 614-86

.577, 694 Gallipolis, $$ 78, SO...... 605
1921, ch. 649

581
1921, ch. 649. Amended

LAWS.
Š 614-88

694
by Laws 1923, ch. 600.. 627

$ 614-91
584 1867, p. 204

314
1922, ch. 115, 88 393, 395,

$ 1465–60
572 | 1919, pp. 316, 324.

237
395a

$$ 1465–61, 1405–76.
784
237 1921, p. 9, § 17.

230
$ 1465-90

682
1922, ch. 426

.100, 398 1921, p. 290
530
$ 1465–90. Amended by 1921, p. 296

313
1922, ch. 660, 881, 3. 661 Laws 1921, p. 296.. 343 1921, p. 380

682
1922, ch. 664

512
$ 1465-93
237 1923, p. 138, $ 3.

360
1922, ch. 672

623 88 1604-1, 16043, 1604 1923, p. 214 ....577, 581, 694
1923, ch. 436, $81, 3.. 661 4

357 1923, p. 215

591
1923, ch. 600.
627 $$ 3632, 3675.
470 | 1923, p. 216

694
1923, ch. 892:
512 $$ 3698, 3699.

697 1923, p. 217
1925, chs. 253, 603. 556 ' $ 3714..

846 | 1925, p. 294.

95

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627 $ 614487

STIPULATIONS.

On 23 (Mass.) Evidence held to warrant find-
en 3 (N.Y.) Parties may determine matter, Banca Italiana Di Sconto v. Columbia Counter

ing that note was not delivered on Sunday.-
subject of dispute, and on which proof may be Co., 148 N. E. 105.
required.-Queck-Berner v. Macy, 148 N. E.
543.

Note presumed to have been delivered on

secular day.-1d.
Own 14(1) (N.Y.) Construction which parties
place on stipulation and their attitude at trial
must be given effect.-Queck-Berner v. Macy,

SURETYSHIP.
148 N. E. 543.

See Principal and Surety.
STREET RAILROADS.

SURVIVAL,
II. REGULATION AND OPERATION.
Cmimi 114(19) (Mass.) Evidence held not to justify See Abatement and Revival, Ew50.
inference railroad, after notice of truck driv-
er's intention, could have avoided accident.---

TAXATION.
Larkin v. Boston Elevated Ry. Co., 148 N. E.
806,

III. LIABILITY OF PERSONS AND PROP-

ERTY.
SUBROGATION.

(B) Corporations and Corporate Stock
ml (111.) To what cases doctrine of subro-

and Property.
gation, in equity, is confined stated.-Leininger 120 (III.) Capital stock, including stock of
v. Reichle, 148 N. E. 384.

cemetery corporations, subject to assessment
C16 (111.) Purchaser at administrator's sale, for taxes.--People v. Elmwood Cemetery Co.,
whose title fails for want of jurisdiction, not 148 N. E. 273.
entitled to be subrogated to claims of creditors
paid with purchase money.--Leininger

(D) Exemptions,
Reichle, 148 N. E. 381.
Purchaser buying subject to rule of caveat

196 (Ohio) Act exempting from tasa-
emptor not entitled to reimbursement or sub- tion leaseholds or estates, income from which
rogation to rights of creditors of estate.--Id.

is used for schools, held to conflict with Con-
That money loaned to purchaser at executor's stitution, as it applies to leaseholds or prop-
sale was applied by executor to pay debts of erty not institution used exclusively for chari-
estate held not to entitle lender to claims of table purpose and not public property used ex-
creditors.-Id.

clusively for public purpose.-State v. Hess,
SUNDAY.

148 N. E. 347.

cm 245 (III.) Stock of cemetery corporation
ww 13 (Mass.) That note made and dated on held not exempt from taxation, because repre-
Sunday held not to invalidate it.-Banca Itali- sentative of exempt property, nor was it with-
ana Di Sconto v. Columbia Counter Co., 148 out value for taxing purposes. People v. Elm.
N. E. 105.

wood Cemetery Co., 148 N. E. 273.

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