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9, 1906.). Appeal from a judgment of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in the Second Judicial Department (92 App. Div. 612, 86 N. Y. Supp: 1151), entered March 14, 1904, affirming a judgment in favor of plaintiff entered upon a decision of the court on trial at Special Term. T. M. Tyng, for appellant. Henry Warren Beebe and William Willett, Jr., for respondent.

PER CURIAM. Judgment affirmed, with costs.

CULLEN, C. J., and GRAY, O'BRIEN, BARTLETT, HAIGHT, VANN, and WERNER, JJ., concur.

CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS V. KEDLEY. (No. 5,343.) (Appellate Court of Indiana. Nov. 14, 1905.). Appeal from Circuit Court, Johnson County; W. J. Buckingham, Judge. Action by Frank Keeley against the city of Indianapolis. From a judgment in favor of plaintiff, defendant appeals. Affirmed. Henry Warrum and Edward B. Raub, for appellant. M. J. Beckett and Elliott, Elliott & Littleton, for appellee.

PER CURIAM. The judgment of the trial court is afrmed.

In re ZIEGLER et al. (Court of Appeals of New York. Dec. 5, 1905.) Appeal from an order of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in the First Judicial Department (95 N. Y. Supp. 1167), entered July 7, 1905, which affirmed an order of Special Term directing the appellant receiver to pay to the petitioner a dividend upon her claim against the Harlem River Bank. George M. Mackellar, for appellant. Sydney W. Stern and Arthur J. Stern, for respondent.

PER CURIAM. Appeal dismissed, without Custs.

GRAY, O'BRIEN, BARTLETT, HAIGHT, VANN, and WERNER, JJ., concur. CUL LEN, C. J., dissents.

COVAULT et al. v. DIAMOND PLATE GLASS CO. et al. (No. 5,468.) (Appellate Court of Indiana. Jan. 4, 1906.). Appeal from Superior Court, Grant County; B. F. Harness, Judge. Action by William B. Covault and others, administrators, against the Diamond Plate Glass Company and others. Judgment for defendants, and plaintiffs appeal. Affirmed. B., C., Moon, for appellants. Bell & Purdum and Blacklidge, Shirley & Wolf, for appellees.

PER CURIAM. The questions presented on this appeal were considered in the case of Hancock v. Diamond Plate Glass Co. (Ind. App.) 75 N. E. 639; and upon the authority of that case the judgment is affirmed.

YOUNGS et al. v, YOUNGS et al. (Court of Appeals of New York. Dec. 15, 1905.) Appeal from a judgment of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in the Second Judicial Department (102 App. Div. 444, 92 N. Y. Supp. 546), entered April 11, 1905, which affirmed a judgment construing the will of Thomas F. Youngs, deceased, and directing a sale of real estate and distribution of the proceeds, entered upon the report_of a referee. Abel Crook, Charles De Kay Townsend, and Mortimer S. Brown, for appellants. John M. Bowers and Charles P. Northrop, for respondents Youngs and others. Elliot Norton, for respondent Meyer.

PER CURIAM. Judgment affirmed, with costs.

CULLEN, C. J., and GRAY, O'BRIEN, BARTLETT, HAIGHT, VANN, and WERNER, JJ., concur.

LOGANSPORT & W. V. GAS CO. v. NULL. (No 5,476.). (Appellate Court of Indiana, Division No. 1. Jan. 26, 1906.) Appeal from Circuit Court, Grant County: H. J. Paulus, Judge. Action by Mary E. Null against the Logansport & Wabash Valley Gas Company. From a judgment in favor of plaintiff, defendant appeals. Affirmed. Brownlee & Brown and Blacklidge, Shirley & Wolf, for appellant. Strange & Charles, for appellee.

BLACK, P. J. This was an action brought by Mary E. Null, the appellee, to quiet her title to certain real estate. The question involved is like that decided in Logansport & Wabash Valley Gas Co. v. Null (No. 5,476, at the last term ) 76 N. E. 125; and upon the authority of that case the judgment herein is affirmed.

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UNITED STATES EXPRESS CO. V. JOYCE. (Supreme Court of Indiana. June 22, 1905.) The order of the Supreme Court granting a rehearing in the above-entitled cause on May 23, 1905, was vacated, and the opinion announced by Judge Dowling (72 N. E. 865) ordered stricken from the files, and the cause remanded to the Appellate Court, where it stands affirmed. 69 N, E. 1015.

PITTSBURGH, C., O. & ST. L. RY. CO. v. SIMPSON. (No. 5,556.). (Appellate Court of Indiana. Feb. 2, 1906.) Appeal from Circuit Court. Miami County; Jos. M. Tillett, Judge. Action by Edward Simpson against the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company. From a judgment for plaintiff, defendant appeals. Reversed. Geo. E. Ross, for appellant. Bailey & Cole and Nelson, Myers & Yarlott, for appellee.

PER CURIAM. Appellee confesses error in the record and proceedings in the above-entitled cause, and asks that the judgment appealed from be reversed. On this confession of error the judgment of the trial court is reversed and a new trial ordered.

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CAMPBELL et al. V. BRADFORD et al. (No. 5,668.) (Appellate Court of Indiana. Feb. 23, 1906.) Appeal from Circuit Court, Morgan County; James W. Williams, Judge. Action between Albert T. Campbell and others and Perry Bradford and others. From a judgment in favor of the latter, the former appeal. Case transferred to Supreme Court because of inability of the judges of the Appellate Court to agree. George W. Grubbs, R. C. Minton, and H. J. Everett, for appellants. 0. Matthews, Renner & McNutt, and W. E. McCord, for appellees.

PER CURIAM. Four of the judges of this court failing to concur in a decision upon the merits of this cause, it is transferred to the Supreme Court under the provisions of section 13370, Burns' Ann. St. 1901.

SWING V. EVANSVILLE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. et al. (No. 5,575.) (Appellate Court of Indiana, Division No. 2. March 6, 1906.) Appeal from Superior Court, Vanderburgh County; Jno. H. Foster, Judge. Action by James B. Swing against the Evansville Ice & Cold Storage Company and others. From a judgment in favor of defendants, plaintiff appeals. Reversed. Patterson A. Reece and Van Buskirk & Osborn, for appellant. Gilchrist, De Bruler & Welman, for appellee.

ROBY, C. J. This is an action brought by appellant, as trustee for the creditors of the Union Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Cincinnati, against appellees upon their liability as policy holders therein, for an assessment decreed by the

Supreme Court of the state of Ohio for the pay. ment of the unpaid losses of said company in. curred during the time appellees held their poli. cies. The judgment herein depends upon the same propositions that are considered by the Supreme Court in Swing v. Hill (No. 20,628) 165 Ind. , 75 N. E. 658. Upon the authority of that case the judgment herein is reversed, and the cause remanded, with instructions to sustain app lant's motion for a new trial and for fur. ther proceedings.

AMERICAN INS. UNION V. SPEIDEL. (No. 8.873.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. Marcb 7, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Hancock County. Nash, Lentz, Addison & Fritter, for plaintiff in error. McConica & Dwiggins and Franks & Franks, for defendant in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment affirmed. DAVIS, C. J., and PRICE, SUMMERS, and SPEAR, JJ., concur.

AMERICAN STEEL HOOP CO. V. STOT. LER et al. (No. 8,758.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. Feb. 28, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Trumbull County. Hine & Kennedy, for plaintiff in error. A. W. Jones and Arrel, McVey & Tayler, for defendants in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment affirmed. SHAUCK, OREW, and SPEAR, JJ, concur.

WARE v. DIAMOND PLATE GLASS CO. et al. (No. 5,469.) (Appellate Court of Indiana. Jan. 4, 1906.) Appeal from Superior Court, Grant County ; B. F. Harness, Judge. Action by Christopher M. Ware against the Diamond Plate Glass Company and others. Judgment for defendants, and plaintiff appeals. Affirmed. B. C. Moon, for appellant. Bell & Purdum and Blacklidge, Shirley & Wolf, for appellees.

PER CURIAM. The questions presented by the record in this case were considered in the case of Hancock v. Diamond Plate Glass Co. (Ind. App.). 75 N. E. 039; and upon the authority of that case the judgment is affirmed.

AMSBAUGH v. CARPENTER et al. (No. 9,184.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. March 28. 1905.) Error to Circuit Court. Richland ('oupty. J. M. Reed and Beach & Kramer, for plaintiff in error. Douglass & Workman, C. H. Huston, and Wade Ellis, for defendants in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment affirmed.

CREW, SUMMERS, and SPEAR, JJ., concur.

SNOW et al. v. WILLIAMS et al. (Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. Suffolk. Jan. 5, 1906.) Appeal from Supreme Judicial Court, Suffolk County. Action by Seth P. Snow and others against Henry B. Williams and others. A verdict was ordered for defendants, and plaintiffs appeal. Affirmed. Wm. H. Baker, for appellants. Roger F. Sturgis, for appellees.

HAMMOND, J. The evidence in this case is quite voluminous, but it has been carefully read and considered. It would serve no useful purpose to recite it in detail. We are of opinion that it is not sufficient to show that the plaintiffs had anything whatever to do with the trade which was finally made, or that they were in any way its efficient and predominating cause. The jury were rightly ordered to render a verdict for the defendants. Judgment on the verdict.

ANDREW et al. V. MITCHELL. No. 9,073.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. May 16, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Greene County. T. L. Magruder and H. L. Smith, for plaintiffs in error. Snodgrass & Schnebly, for defendant in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment affirmed, on authority of Strauch v. Jassillon Stoneware Co., 71 Ohio St. 295, 73 N. E. 211.

DAVIS. C. J.. and SHAUCK, PRICE, CREW, SUMMERS, and SPEAR, JJ., concur.

ADAMS v. BOYCE et al. (No. 8,559.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. Feb. 21, 1905.) Error to Superior Court of Cincinnati. O'Hara & Jordan, for plaintiff in error. D. Wulsin, C. J. Ilunt, C. W. Scott, and Hieatt & Brown, for defendants in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment affirined.
DAVIS, C. J., and SHAUCK and PRICE,

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AYERS v. CITY OF TOLEDO et al. (No. 9,195.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. May 9, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Lucas County. B. A. Hayes, for plaintiff in error. U. G, Denmap, F. G. Crane, 'and Smith & Baker, for detendants in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment reversed. Grounds stated in the journal entry.

DAVIS, C. J., and SHAUCK, PRICE, CREW, SUMMERS, and SPEAR, JJ., concur.

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ADDYSTON PIPE & STEEL CO. v. CAMPBELL. (No. 8,631.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. April 4, 1905.) Error to Superior Court of Cincinnati. Robertson & Buchwalter and Paxton & Warrington, for plaintiff in error. Shay & Cogan, for defendant iņ error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment affirmed.

DAVIS, C. J., and PRICE, SUMMERS, and SPEAR, JJ., concur.

BAKER V. BAKER et al. (No. 9,081.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. June 6, 1905.) Er. ror to Circuit Court, Hamilton County. Ste phens, Lincoln & Stephens. for plaintiff in error. J. O. Clore and 0. M. Rogers, for de fendants in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment afirmed. DAVIS, C. J., and PRICE and SUMMERS JJ., concur.

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BALTIMORE & O. S. W. R. CO. v. JT'VEMAN. (No. 8,635.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. April 4, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Ross County. Edward Barton and J. P. Phillips, for plaintiff in error. C. R. Doll and Elijab Cutright, Jr., for defendant in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment of the circuit court reversed, and judgment of the court of common pleas affirmed.

DAVIS, C. J., aud SHAUOK, PRICE, SUVMERS, and SPEAR, JJ., concur.

BAUM V. FIRE CLAY CO. (No. 9,175.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. June 20, 1905.)

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CAVE v. STATE ex rel. MOWERY. (No. 9,066.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. May 23, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Richlaud County. Kerr & La Dow, for plaintiff in error. Douglass & Mengert, for defendant in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment reversed, and original petition dismissed.

DAVIS, C. J., and SHAUOK, CREW, and SPEAR, JJ., coucur.

CINCINNATI, M. & L. TRACTION CO. 5. FELIX et al. (No. 8,824.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. March 7, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Hamilton County. Chas. W. Baker, for plaintiff in error. John Nichols, O. B. Jones, and Ampt, Ireton, Collins & Schoenle, for defendants in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment affirmed, on 20thority of Detroit Southern Railroad Co. F. Commissioners, 71 Ohio St. 454, 73 X. E. 510.

DAVIS, C. J., and SHAUCK, PRICE, SUM. MERS, and SPEAR, JJ., concur.

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CINCINNATI STAMPING CO. V. LANGHORST et al. (No. 8,747.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. June 6, 1905.) Error to Superior Court of Cincinnati. Harmon, Colston, Goldsmith & Hoadly and Gordon, Granger & De Witt, for plaintiff in error. Worthington & Strong, for defendant in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment affirmed. SHAUCK, CREW, and SPEAR, JJ., concur.

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CINCINNATI & D. RY. CO. V. MIAMI & E. TRANSP. CO. (No. 8.917.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. March 28, 1905.) Error to Cir cuit Court, Butler County. Probasco & Prom basco and Shotts & Millikin, for plaintiff in error. Ford, Henry, Snyder & McGraw and Shepherd & Shaffer, for defendant in error.

PER CURIAM, Judgment affirmed. DAVIS, C. J., and PRICE and SUMMERS, JJ., concur.

CHAPMAN V. SKINNER. (No. 8,955.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. April 4, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Jackson County. J. M.

CITIZENS' GAS, LIGHT & COKE CO. v. KIRKBRIDE et al. (No. 8,593.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. March 28, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Hancock County. McConica & Dwiggins, Ross & Kinder, and Ford, Snyder, Henry & McGraw, for plaintiff in error. J. E

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CITY OF DAYTON v. CORY. (No. 9,115.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. May 9. 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Montgomery County. E. P. Matthews and McMahon & McMahon, for plaintiff in error. C. H. Kumler and Nevin, Nevin & Kalbfus, for defendant in error.

PER CURIAM. Judgment reversed. Grounds stated in the journal entry.

DAVIS, C. J., and PRICE, CREW, SUMMERS, and SPEAR, JJ., concur.

CLEVELAND PUNCH & SHEAR WORKS CO. V. CONSUMERS' CARBON CO. (No. 8,662.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. April 18, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Fairfield Coupty. Carpenter, Young & Stocker, J. S. Sites, and C. W. McCleery, for plaintiff in error. M. A. Daugherty and G. E. Martin, for defend. ant in error.

PER CURIAM, Judgment vacated, and cause remanded to circuit court, with direction to consider the bill of exceptions.

DAVIS, C. J. and SHAUCK, PRICE, CREW, SUMMERS, and SPEAR, JJ., concur.

CITY OF DEFIANCE v. EDING. (No. 9,055.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. May 9, 1905.) Error to Circuit Court, Defiance County. W. D. Hill and Robert Newbegin, for plaintiff in error. Ansberry & Farrell, for defendant in error.

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CLEVELAND & P. OIL CO. v. PATTON et al. (No. 9.027.) (Supreme Court of Ohio. May 23, 1:07.) Error to Circuit Court, Monrue County. F. A. Jeffers and Stanley Struble, for

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