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Psaris v. Fredericks (Ohio)
360 Rushton, Pittsburg, C., C. & St. L. R. Co.
Public Service Commission of State of New
Gas Co. v. (Ind.).
Public Utilities Commission, Northern Ohio
584 St. Mark's Holding Corporation, Doninger
Queck-Berner v. Macy (N. Y.)...
543 Sanders v. New York Cent. R. Co. (N. Y.) 739
710 Sanitary. Dist. of Chicago, Mindeman v.
Reeves, Belmont v. (N. Y.)
School Directors of Dist. No. 7, Weather-
Richard, Moscow Mach. Tool & Engine Co.
Seaver v. Seaver (Ind. App.).
Rosenberg v. Killen (Ind.).
195 Slattery & Bro., Cammack v. (N. Y.). 781
641 Smith, Davis v. (N. Y.)
725 Terre Haute, Indianapolis & Eastern Smith v. Earle (N. Y.)
760 Traction Co. v. Scott (Ind. App.): 335 Smith Contracting Co. v. New York (N. Terry & Tench Co., Lahti v. (N. Y.). 527 Y.) 655 | Texas Co., Rath v. (N. Y..).
721 Sniffen, People v. (N. Y.)
714 T. Hogan & Sons, Larscy v. (N. Y.).. 713 Snook, Ford v. (N. Y.). 732 Thompson v. Elzy (Ind. App.).
154 Snyder, People v. (N. Y.). 796 Thorne, In re (N. Y.).
630 Soltysik v. Soltysik (Ill.).
40 Title Guarantee & Trust Co., Reynolds v. Sommers v. Putnam County Board of Ed
514 ucation (Ohio). 682 Todd Co. v. Bradstreet Co. (Mass.).
369 Spannuth v. Cleveland, C., C. & St. L. R. Tolloid v. A. W. Hopeman & Sons Co. Co. (Ind.). 410 (N. Y.).
700 Standard Oil Co., Beal v. (N. Y.).
749 Tomczyk, Penkala v. (Ill.). Standard Steel Car Co., Gluchowski v. Tracy v. Eastern Loading Corporation (Ind. App.).. 926 (N. Y.).
700 Standard Trust & Savings Bank v. Fernow Traiser, Bolieau v. (Mass.)
37 | Travelers' Ins. Co. v. Fletcher American Stanley y. Leary (N. Y.). 747 Nat. Bank (Ind. App.).
501 State, Banner Milling Co. v. (N. Y.) 668 Travelers' Ins. Co., Stephen Peabody, Jr., State, Berry v. (Ind.) 143 & Co. v. (N. Y.)...
661 State, Blum v. (Ind.) 193 Trayser, Caggiano v. (N. Y.).
719 State v. Board of Com'rs of Dubois Coun Trembath v. Berner (N. Y.).
729 ty (Ind.).... 198 Trowbridge v. Oehmsen (N. Y.).
755 State v. Brown (Ohio) 95 Trull v. O'Brien (N. Y.)
716 State, Connell v. (Ind.)
407 Trustees of Andover Theological Seminary State v. Corbett (Ohio).
357 v. Visitors of Theological Inst. in PhilState, Curtis v. (Ohio)
834 lips Academy in Andover, two State v. Davis (Ohio). 605 (Mass.)
900 State v. Davisson (Ind.). 401 Trustees of Schools v. Hoyt (111.).
867 State, Dimmitt v. (Ohio)
90 Trust & Savings Bank y. Brushahan (Ind. State v. Duffy (Ohio) 572 App.)
427 State V. Felton (Ohio).
230 Tryon v. Chalmers, two cases (N. Y.).... 713 State v. Ferranto (Ohio). 362 | Tuttle v. Home Ins. Co. (N. Y.)..
754 State v. Gillen (Ohio).
86 State, Grossweiler v. (Ohio)
89 Ulster County v. State Department of State, Gruber v. (Ind.). 481 Public Works (N. Y.).
742 State, Guetling v. (Ind.). 146 Union Bank v. Gallup (11.).
2 State, Guetling v. (Ind.).
927 Union Colliery Co. v. Industrial CommisState v. Hess (Ohio). 347 sion (Ill.)
262 State v. Industrial Commission of Ohio Union Ferry Co. of New York and Brook(Ohio)
100 lyn, Fairchild v. (N. Y.). State, Kendall v. (Ohio).
367 Union Indemnity Co., Miller V., two cases State, Lowery v. (Ind.) 197 (N. Y.).....
734 State, McArtor v. (Ind.).
477 United Ass'n of Plumbers and Steamfitters State, Meno v. (Ind.).
420 of United States and Canada, Powell v. State, Perrone v. (Ind.) 412 (N. Y.)...
728 State v. Semple (Ohio)
342 United States Encaustic Tile Works, BarState, Shine r. (Ind.).
424 State, Shoemaker v. (Ind.)
403 United States Shipping Board Emergency State v. Shriver (Ohio),
097 Fleet Corporation, Mahoney, v. (Mass.). 454 State v. Swisher (Ohio).
686 | United States Shipping Board Emergency State, Vansuch v. (Ohio)
232 Fleet Corporation, Robert v. (N. Y.)... 650 State v. Zimmerman (111.).
5 United States Trust Co. of Paterson, N. J., State Department of Public Works, Ulster
v. Mendelson (N. Y.)...
745 County y. (N. Y.).. 742 Uto, De Vito v. (Mass.).
456 Stegman v. National Biscuit Co. (N. Y.)... 736 Stein v. Almeder (Mass.).
441 Van Beuren & New York Bill Posting Co., Steinmetz, People v. (N. Y.). 597 Moore v. (N. Y.)..
753 Stephen Peabody, Jr., & Co. v. Travelers' Van Meter v. Goldfarb (111.).
391 Ins. Co. (N. Y.).
661 Vannier, People v. (Ill.). Sternheimer v. Harris (Mass.) 447 | Vansuch v. State (Ohio).
23:2 Stillman v. Stillman (N. Y.). 518 Village of Glencoe v. Hurford (Ill.).
69 Stoddard, Russian Reinsurance Co. v. (N. Village of Glencoe v. Olson (Ill.).
78 757 Village of Monticello, Robinson v. (N. Y.) 751 Stone-Hood Awning Co. v. Zipp (N. Y.).. 719 Visitors of Theological Inst. in Phillips Stover, People v. (Ill.).
67 Academy in Andover v. Trustees of AnStrate, Indiana Liberty Mut. Ins. Co. v. dover Theological Seminary (Mass.)..... 900 (Ind. App.) 425 Vogel, In re (N. Y.)..
741 Stutz Motor Car Co. of America, Bruce v. Vogel Co. v. Berenson (Mass.)
450 (Ind. App.)...
161 Von Oven v. Chicago, B. & Q. R. Co. (III.) 32 Suffern v. Mandell (N. Y.).. 762 | Voorhis, Ottinger v. (N. Y.).
784 Sullivan, In re (N. Y.).
713 Summerland v. Automobile Funding Co. Walder, People v. (111.)..
287 (Ind. App.).. 202 Wall, Hunt v. (N. Y.).
763 Swift & Co., Kowalczyk v. (III.) 59 | Walsh v. Dickison (X. Y.)
751 Swisher, State v. (Ohio).
686 Walsh, People ex rel. Falkenau & HamerSylvester v. Commonwealth (Mass.) 419 shlag v. (V. Y.)...
759 Syracuse Safe Co., Domres v. (N. Y.).... 727 Walsh, People ex rel. Smith v. (N. Y.). 724
Walsh, People ex rel. Werner v. (V. Y.)., 760 Taggart v. Collins (N. Y.). 711 Warfield, Richardson v. (Mass.)
1:41 Taggart v. Collins (N. Y.) 720 | Warner v. Taunton (Mass.)
739 Weatherford v. School Directors of Dist. Wolf, Hardin v. (II.)
868 No. 7 (Ill.).. 244 Wolgast v. Meiners (11.).
244 Weiner v. Cawley (N. Y.). 711 | Woodard v. Killen (Ind.). .
195 Welsh, In re (N. Y.). 756 Woolverton v. Miller (Ind. App.).
621 Werber v. Hughes (Ind.). 149 | Wright, First Nat. Bank v. (N. Y.)
70+ Werblow, People v. (N. Y.).
786 Wright-Ginsberg Co., Shoyer v. (N. Y.)... 328 Western Life Indemnity Co. v. Bartlett Wyman v. Hageman (I11.).
852 (Ind. App.)....,
155 Weston, Dodson & Co., A. Sidney Davi Yax v. Yax (N, Y.).
717 son Coal Co. v. (N. Y.).
767 Yesner v. Commissioner of Banks (Mass.) 224 West Two Hundred and Fifth St., In re Young v. Crescent Development Co. (N. Y.). 725 (N. Y.).
510 W. H. Dill Co. v. New York Cent. R. Co. Youngs v. Goodman (N. Y.).
639 (N. Y.).
754 Whish v. Public Service Commission (N. Zenith Bathing Pavilion v. Fair Oaks S. S. Y.) 755 Corporation (N. Y.)...
532 White, Gratwick & Mitchell v. Empire En Zimmerman v. Roessler & Hasslacher gineering Co. (N. Y.).. 743 Chemical Co. (N. Y.)...
659 White Motor Co., Brennan v. (N. Y.). 720 Zimmerman, Schopflocher v. (N. Y.)..... 660 Wickwire Spencer Steel Corporation, Win Zimmerman, State v. (III.) ter v. (X, Y.)...
735 Zipp, Stone-Hood Awning Co. v. (N. Y.).. 719 Wilberforce University v. Green (Ohio) 356 Zolezzi v. Kroll & Horowitz Furniture Co.
See End of Index for Tables of Northeastern Cases in State Reports
(317 Ill. 276)
Section 5 of the Local Improvement Act CITY OF OTTAWA v. HULSE. (No. 16566.) provides : (Supreme Court of Illinois. April 24, 1925.
"No ordinance for any local improvements, to Rehearing Denied June 9, 1925.)
be paid wholly or in part by special assessment or special taxation, shall be considered or
unless the Municipal corporations en 302(4) - Improve passed by the city council ment ordinance adopted by commission gove
same shall first be recommended by the board erned city, without filing for public inspec. of local improvements, provided for by this
act.” Smith-Hurd Rev. St. 1923, c. 24, $ 702. tion before final adoption, held invalid.
Where estimated cost of local improvement is less than $100,000, Local Improvement Act
The record shows that the recommendation does not prescribe manner or method of enact- of the board was made February 18, 1924, ing ordinance, and, though expressly made ap- and that the ordinance ordering the improve plicable by Commission Form of Government ment was passed on the same day, Act, $ 60, to commission governed cities, it does
Appellant objected to the confirmation of not permit such cities to adopt street improve the assessment on the ground that the ordi. ment ordinance without filing same with city clerk for public inspection at least one week nance is void for the reason that it was not before final adoption, as required by section 33 on file with the city clerk for public inspecof latter act.
tion for one week before its passage. Appel
lee contends that section 33, quoted above, Appeal from La Salle County Court; Har- does not apply to the ordinance in question, ry Peck, Judge.
for the reason that section 60 of the commisProceeding by the City of Ottawa to en. (Smith-Hurd Rev. St. 1923, c. 24, § 326) says:
sion form of municipal government act force special improvement assessment by judgment against D. C. Hulse. The latter's "Nothing contained in this act shall in any objections were overruled, and from a judg- way repeal, amend or affect the law pertaining ment confirming the assessment, he appeals. to the making of local improvements under the Reversed.
provisions of" the Local Improvement Act. Tom W. Smurr, of Ottawa, for appellant. H. L. Richolson, of Ottawa (Armstrong,
Where the estimate of cost is less than Richolson & O'Meara, of Ottawa, of coun- $100,000, as it is in this case, the Local Imsel), for appellee.
provement Act does not prescribe the manner
or method of considering or passing an ordi. THOMPSON, J. This appeal is from a nance, nor does it contain any provision Judgment of the county court of La Salle which excepts an ordinance ordering an imcounty, overruling objections and confirming provement from the general provisions of the a special assessment levied to pay the cost acts which do provide the steps to be taken of paving a street within the city of Ottawa. by the city council to legally adopt an ordiThe city of Ottawa has adopted the com
nance. McLean v. City of East St. Louis, 222 mission form of municipal government. Sec-11. 510, 78 N. E. 815. One of the necessary tion 33 of the act providing for the govern- steps prescribed by the act regulating the ment of such cities requires that:
passage of ordinances in the city of Ottawa
was omitted, and therefore the ordinance “Every ordinance or resolution appropriating was not legally passed. This act was designany money or ordering any street improvement ed for the protection of property owners, and *** shall remain on file with the city or village clerk for public inspection, complete in compliance with it is necessary to the validity form in which it is finally passed, at least one of an ordinance coming within its terms. Week before the final passage or adoption there. The objection challenging the validity of the of." Smith-Hurd Rev. st. 1923, c. 24, § 298. ordinance should have been sustained.
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