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REVENUE.

ure to deliver entitled the buyer to damages.-

Connersville Wagon Co. v. McFarlan Carriage
See “Taxation."

Co. (Ind. Sup.) 294.
REVIEW.

8 2. Construction of contract.

In an action for the price of a piano, the
See "Appeal and Error”; “Certiorari" ; "Crim- purchaser held not entitled to recover the dif-
inal Law," § 15; “Justices of the Peace," & 2. ference between the price of new one and the

value of the one taken from the purchaser by

plaintiff.-M. Steinert & Sons Co. 5. Jackson
REVOCATION.

(Mass.) 905.
Of power of attorney by foreign insurance com- $ 3. Performance of contract.
pany, see “Insurance," $ 10.

*Delivery to carrier free on board the car held,

under the terms of a contract of sale, a delivery
RIGHT OF WAY.

to the buyers.—Kilmer V. Moneyweight Scale

Co. (Ind. App.) 271.
See "Easements."

*The rule that a buyer is bound to reject the
Of railroads, see “Railroads," $ 3.

property within a reasonable time held inap-
plicable where the contract provided that he

should have 60 days within which to exercise
RIPARIAN RIGHTS.

such option.-Allyn v. Burns (Ind. App.) 636.
See "Waters and Water Courses," $ 1.

§ 4. Warranties.

Where the seller of a horse which he had

agreed to take back if unsatisfactory objected
RISKS.

to taking him back on the ground that he was

in bad condition, an objection that the tender
Application of doctrine of assumed risks to re- back was premature was waived.-Rosenthal 5.
lation between landlord and servant of ten- | Rambo (Ind. Sup.) 404.
ant, see "Landlord and Tenant,” 8 1.
Assumed by employé, see “Master and Servant,” seller to take him back if he was not satisfac-

Buyer of a horse under an agreement by the
885, 9.
Within insurance policy, see "Insurance," 8 7.

tory and was returned in as good condition as
when sold held entitled to return the horse,

though his condition had been impaired by the
ROADS.

development of diseases which he had when

sold.—Rosenthal v. Rambo (Ind. Sup.) 404.
See “Highways.”

Seller of a diseased horse held bound to take
Streets in cities, see "Municipal Corporations,” the horse back.–Rosenthal v. Rambo (Ind.
88 11, 12

Sup.) 404.

*Damages for personal injuries from defects in
RULES OF COURT.

machinery sold held not covered by general war.

ranty at the time of the sale.—Birdsinger v.
As to instructions, see “Trial," $ 8.

McCormick Harvesting Mach. Co. (N. Y.) 611.

§ 5. Remedies of seller.
SALES.

In an action for the price of a windmill, a

request to charge that it was the duty of the
See “Vendor and Purchaser."

buyer to return the property within a reason.
By broker, see “Brokers."

able time if it was not satisfactory held proper
By hawkers or peddlers, see “Hawkers and Pedly refused.—Allyn v. Burns (Ind. App.) 636.

dlers.”
Conditional sales to bankrupt, see

In an action for the price of a windmill, the
“Bank-

jury held not misled as to effect of defendant'ser-
ruptcy," $ 1.
Election of remedies on breach of contract, see

ercise of dominion over the machinery inconsis.
"Election of Remedies."

tent with ownership in plaintiff.-Allyn v.
For public improvement assessments, see “Mu- Burns (Ind. App.) 636.
nicipal Corporations," $ 9.

*Plaintiff, in replevin for goods sold on fraud-
Guardians' sales, see "Guardian and Ward," § 2. ulent representations by defendant to a mercan-
Invalidating theater tickets purchased on side- tile agency, must, in order to recover, show that

walk interference with right to sell he relied on the representations.-Beacon Falls
property, see “Constitutional Law," $ 2. Rubber Shoe Co. v. Pratte (Mass.) 285.
Of bill of exchange or promissory note, see A comment by a mercantile agency as to de
“Bills and Notes," $ 3.

fendant's financial statement held sufficient to
Of equity of redemption, see “Mortgages," $ 2.

put plaintiff on guard, and to preclude him from
Of intoxicating liquors, see “Intoxicating Liq. relying on the statement in extending credit
uors."

to defendant.-Beacon Falls Rubber Shoe Co. v.
Of property of decedent under order of, court, Pratte (Mass.) 285.
see "Executors and Administrators,

§ 4.
Of trust property, see "Trusts," $ 3.

$ 6. Remedies of buyer.
On execution, see "Execution," § 1.

Under a contract for the purchase of a quan-
On foreclosure of mortgage, see “Mortgages," tity of wheels not less than a minimum number,
88 3-5.

each order given above the minimum quantity
Purchaser as bailee on rescission of sale, see constituted an acceptance pro tanto, and a fail.
“Bailment.”

ure to deliver entitled the buyer to damages.-
Sales as security, see "Chattel Mortgages," § 1. Connersville Wagon Co. v. Micrarlan Carriage
Under mortgage, see “Chattel Mortgages," $ 4. Co. (Ind. Sup.) 294.
f 1. Requisites and validity of

*On breach of general warranty on the sale
tract.

of personalty, only such damages are recoverable
Under a contract for the purchase of a quanti- as the parties can be deemed to have had in
ty of wheels not less than a minimum number, contemplation when the sale was made.-Bird-
each order given above the minimum quantity singer v. McCormick Harvesting Mach, Co. (N.
constituted an acceptance pro tanto, and a fail. Y.) 611.

* Point annotated. See syllabus.

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§ 7. Conditional sales.

SEPARATE TRIALS.
A contract of conditional sale affords a suffi-
cient consideration for the buyer's absolute prom- In equity, see “Equity," $ 3.
ise to pay the agreed price. -Kilmer v. Money-
weight Scale Co. (Ind. App.) 271.
*Reservation of legal title by seller in contract

SERVICE.
of conditional sale held not to affect his right to
recover the agreed price.-Kilmer V. Money Of process, see “Process,” | 1.
weight Scale Co. (Ind. App.) 271.
SATISFACTION.

SERVICES.
See “Compromise and Settlement”; “Payment” ; See “Brokers,” $82, 3; "Master and Servant,”
Release.”

§ 2.
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS.

SERVITUDES.
Assessment of school property for public im- See “Easements."

provements, “Municipal Corporations,”

8 8.
Estoppel to attack teacher's certificate, see

SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM.
"Estoppel," $ 1.
Mandamus affecting, see "Mandamus," § 2. 1. Nature and grounds of remedy.

*The right of set-off is controlled by Rev. St.
§ 1. Public schools.

Under School Law, art. 7 (Hurd's Rev. St. 1905, 88 5066-5077, and the rights given therein
1899, c. 122) $ 3, a teacher's certificate can be cannot be defeated by the provisions of the law
renewed only by indorsement of the county

to exemptions.-Serhant v. Haker (Ohio)

943.
superintendent. — Van Dorn v. Anderson (111.)
53.

*The provisions of Rev. St. 1905, $ 5073, as
While Burns' Ann. St. 1901, 88 5920a-5920g, to set-off of cross-demands, held to forbid the
have limited the power of school township allowance to one of the demand against him
trustees in regard to the removal of school- on a claim of exemption, though such claimant
houses and the abandonment of school dis- may be entitled under the exemption statutes
tricts, no change has been made in section to hold exempt a sum equal to the demand
5920, which authorizes trustees to establish against him.-Serhant v. Iaker (Ohio) 943.
schools and to build schoolhouses therefor.-
State v. Black (Ind. Sup.) 882.

SETTLEMENT.
SEAMEN.

See "Compromise and Settlement”; “Payment" ;

"Release."
Under Rev. St. U. S. $ 4520 (U. S. Comp: St. By executor or administrator, see “Executors
1901, p. 3073), and section 4523 (page 3075),
where a seaman induced to leave a vessel in the By partners, see “Partnership,” $ 4.

and Administrators,” $ 6.
port of Boston was not under contract signed Creation of trust by family settlement, see
by the master, defendants could not be con-
victed of enticement or persuading in violation Marriage settlements, see “Husband and Wife,”

“Trusts," $ 5.
of Rev. Laws, c. 66, § 2.—Commonwealth v.

$ 2.
Bartlett (Mass.) 607.

Of bill of exceptions, see “Exceptions, Bill of,"

$ 2.
SEARCHES AND SEIZURES.

SEWERS.
Where a search was made under an invitation
of defendant's mother, and not under a search See "Municipal Corporations," $$ 9, 12.
warrant, the finding and taking of certain ar-
ticles by the officers held not an abuse of legal
process. —Commonwealth Tucker (Mass.) SHERIFFS AND CONSTABLES.
127.

Larceny by constable seizing goods on writ is-
SECONDARY EVIDENCE.

sued on void judgment, see “Larceny," § 1.

Summoning jurors, see "Jury,” 8 2.
In civil actions, see "Evidence," $ 4.
In criminal prosecutions, see "Criminal Law," | $ 1. Compensation.
8 5.

*Under Hurd's Rev. St. 1903, c. 53, $$ 19,
SEIZURE.

41, and chapter 78, § 13, a constable who is

appointed as a special bailiff to summon tales-
See "Searches and Seizures."

men is entitled to compensation fixed by the
court, and not to the fees allowed a sheriff

for summoning jurors.-Carroll County y. Dur-
SELF-DEFENSE.

ham (111.) 78.
See "Assault and Battery," § 1.

Under Const. 1870, art. 10, $$ 9, 10, and
Hurd's Rev. St. 1903, c. 53, $$ 51, 52, the fees

of the sheriff's office do not belong to the sheriff,
SENTENCE.

but should be paid over to the county after de

ducting his salary and
In criminal prosecutions, see "Criminal Law,” County v. Durham (111.) 78.

expenses.-Carroll

*Under Burns' Ann. St. 1901, 8 6528, sheriff
SEPARATE ESTATE.

held entitled to the fees paid by the county

for each prisoner committed to and discharged
Of married women, see "Husband and Wife," from the jail.–Starr v. Board of Com’rs of
§ 5.

Delaware County (Ind. App.) 1025.
* Point annotated. See syllabus.

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SHIPPING.

STATES.
See "Seamen."

Courts, see "Courts."
Vessel owners as employers, see “Master and Legislative power, see "Constitutional Law,"
Servant,” g 1.

8 1.

Proceedings in state court pending bankruptcy
§ 1. Charters.

proceedings, see "Bankruptcy,” s 1.
Charter party construed, and held a lease of the
vessel. --Auten v. Bennett (N. Y.) 609.

STATUTES.
SHOWS.

Charging crime in language of statute, see "in-
See “Theaters and Shows."

dictment and Information," 2.

Effect of interpretation of federal statutes by
SIDEWALKS.

federal courts, see "Courts," & 1.
Legislative power, see “Constitutional Law,"

$ 1.
See “Municipal Corporations," 88 5–9.

Validity of retrospective or ex post facto laws,

see "Constitutional Law," $ 4.
SIGNATURES.

Provisions relating to particular subjects.
Signing bills, see “Statutes," $ 1.

See "Bankruptcy," 1; “Bastards," $ 2; “Bills

and Notes," 8 3; “Chattel Mortgages," $ 4;
SLANDER.

“Commerce"; "Corporations," 88 2, 4; Costs.'

881-3; “Counties," $ 1; "Courts." $ 2;
See “Libel and Slander."

"Death," $_1; "Descent and Distribution";
“Eminent Domain," $$ 1, 3; “Exceptions,

Bill of," $ 1; "Executors and Administrators,
SOCIETIES.

§ 4; "Exemptions"; "Evidence," $ 4; "Fraud.

ulent Conveyances, § 1; "Garnishment":
See “Associations."

"Guardian and Ward," $ 2; “Habeas Cor-

pus," $ 2; "Highways," $$ 1, 3 ; "Indictment
SPECIAL LAWS.

and Information," § 3; “Intoxicating Liq.

“Licenses," § 1; "Limitation of Ac-

tions," § 1; "Marriage"; "Master and Serv.
See "Statutes," § 2.

ant,' $$ 3-9; "Mechanics' Liens"; "Mines

and Minerals," $ 3; "Municipal Corpora-
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.

tions,” $ 9; "Prohibition," $ 1; "Railroads,

8 2; "Removal of Causes," 8 1; "Schools and
Effect of election to treat contract as broken on School Districts,” 1; "Seamen"; "Set-Off

right to specific performance, see "Election of and Counterclaim," § 1; "Street Railroads,"
Remedies.'

'$ 2; "Taxation"; "Wills," $ 6.

Acquisition of public waterworks by municipal.
8 1. Nature and grounds of remedy in ity, see “Waters and Water Courses." § 5.
general.

Assessments for public improvements, see “Mu-
*Vendee may enforce contract for sale of land nicipal Corporations," $ 9.
free from incumbrances with deductions be- Joinder of causes of action, see "Action," $ 2.

of incumbrances thereon.-Kuhn Statute of frauds, see "Frauds, Statute of."
Eppstein (Ill.) 145.

Statutory new trial, see “New Trial," $ 2.
*A bill for specific performance is addressed s 1. Enactment, requisites, and validity
to the sound discretion of the court.-Sutton

in general.
v. Miller (Ill.) 838.

*Const. art. 4, § 13, requiring every bill passed
*A provision for a passageway in a deed held by both houses to be signed by the President of
subject to specific enforcement by the dominant the Senate and the Speaker of the House, is
tenant against the grantees of the servient mandatory.—Lynch v. Hutchinson (III.) 370.
tenement taking with notice.—Bailey V. Agawam *Laws 1905, p. 186, relating to jurisdiction of
Nat. Bank (Mass.) 449.

probate courts, held unconstitutional because not

signed by the President of the Senate, as re-
8 2. Contracts enforceable.

*Parol contract of land held enforceable in quired by the Constitution.-Lynch v. Hutch-
view of part performance. -McFarland

inson (III.) 370.
Stansifer (Ind. App.) 124.

§ 2. General and special or local laws.

Acts 1903, p. 255, c. 145, relating to the im-
SPEED.

provement of highways, held not unconstitution-

al.—Spaulding v. Mott (Ind. Sup.) 620.
Of street cars, see "Street Railroads," 8 2.

§ 3. Amendment, revision, and codifica-

tion.
SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS.

Laws 1905, p. 194, prohibiting divorced per

sons to remarry within a year in certain cases,
See "Intoxicating Liquors."

held not subject to the objection of not be
ing within the title of the Act July 1, 1874

(Hurd's Rev. St. 1903, c._89), which it pur-
STARE DECISIS.

ports to amend.—Olsen v. People (Ill.) 89.
See "Courts," § 1.

§ 4. Repeal, suspension, expiration, and

revival.

*Where the general provisions of a statute
STATEMENT.

are in conflict with the express provisions of

a later act, relating to the same subject-matter,
By witness inconsistent with testimony, see the latter will govern.—Thomas v. Erans
“Witnesses," $ 3.

(Ohio) 862.
* Point annotated. See syllabus.

cause

v.

V.

85. Construction and operation.

the manifest intention of the Legislature.-
Proceedings for the improvement of a street State v. Kiley (Ind. App.) 184.
under which no work had been done or liability

Statutes relating to the same subject, enacted
accrued prior to the passage of let May 15, at different dates, the later having in view the
1901 (Laws 1901, p. 534, c. 231), amending the earlier, and being intended as supplementary
Barret Law, under which the proceedings were thereto or amendatory thereof, are to be treated
instituted, held subject to the provisions of the as in pari materia.-State v. Kiley (Ind. App.)
later act.-Pittsburgh, C., C. & St. L. Ry. Co. 184.
v. Oglesby (Ind. Sup.) 165.

*Statutes in pari materia may be construed
*Acts which have but one subject-matter and accordingly, although not enacted at the same
one purpose in view, although enacted at differ- session. -Indianapolis Northern Traction Co. v.
ent times, should be construed together as

Ramer (Ind. App.) 808.
single act of the Legislature.—Cahill v. State In the construction of a statute, an exception
(Ind. App.) 182.

to its provisions not suggested by its terms

should not be introduced by considerations of
*The rule of strict construction of criminal mere convenience.-Morris Coal Co. v. Donley
statutes should be so applied as not to thwart' (Ohio) 945.

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STATUTES CONSTRUED.

UNITED STATES.

ILLINOIS.

Volume 2.
CONSTITUTION.
CONSTITUTION 1870.

Ch. 42, pars. 29, 40, 44.. 701

Ch. 62, pars. 5, 8, 10, 11,
Amend. 5.
230 Art. 4, § 13
370 12

694
Amend. 14.
.11, 230 Art. 9, Š 8

80 | Ch. 69, par. 12.

694
Art. 1, § 8.

935 Art. 10, 88 9, 10 .78, 364
Art. 10, § 13

364

Volume 3.
Ch. 110, par. 84...

694
STATUTES AT LARGE.

CRIMINAL CODE.

Ch. 140, pars. 6, 7, 8. 675
1888, Aug. 13, ch. 866, § 2,
25 Stat. 434 (U. S. Comp.

$ 272....

60 STARR & CURTIS' ANNO-
St. 1901, p. 509). .... 100

TATED STATUTES
1898, July 1. ch. 541, § 16, HURD'S REVISED STAT-

(SUPP.). 1902.
30 Stat. 550 (U. S. Comn.

UTES 1899.
St. 1901, p. 3428). 953

Volume 4.
1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 17,

Ch. 33, 88 23, 10.
850 | Ch. 32, par. 53...

42
30 Stat. 550 [U. S. Comp.

Ch, 122, § 7

53
St. 1901, p. 3428)....25, 511 Ch. 135, 84

379

LAWS.
1898, July 1, ch. 541, $8 47e

1875, pp. 63, 64, $ 4.

70
(2), 60b, 67e, 30. Stat. HURD'S REVISED STAT- 1887, p. 159...

304
557, 562, 564. [U. S.

'UTES 1901,
1899, p. 276, $ 9.

387
Comp. St. 1901, pp. 3438,

1901, p. 106, $ 41.

487
3445, 3449).
258 Ch. 24, 88 590, 605 .. 583

1901, p. 107....

384
1898, July 1, ch. 541, $

1905, p. 186..

370
60b, 30 Stat. 562 [U. S. HURD'S REVISED STAT- 1905, pp. 194, 317.

89
Comp. St, 1901, p. 3445). 529

UTES 1903.
1905, p. 359...

80
1898, July 1, ch. 541, 8 63,
30 Stat. 562 [U. S. Comp.

Ch. 22, $.3

50
St. 1901, p. 3447). 670 Ch. 24, 8.513

854

INDIANA.
1898, July 1, ch. 541, $ 63a,

Ch. 24, $ 544

383
30 Stat. 562 [U. S. Comp.

Ch. 24, $ 545

.383, 384 CONSTITUTION.
St. 1901, p. 3447)... 25 Ch. 24, Š 547

.383, 384

Ch. 24, § 548
1898, July 1, ch. 541, § 70a

.334, 834
Art. 13,.....

536
(5), 30 Stat. 565 (U. S.

Ch. 24, § 564

384
834

CIVIL CODE 1852.
Comp. St. 1901, p. 3451]. 723 Ch. 24, &$ 567, 569, 571
1900, May 25, ch. 553, 31
Ch. 24, § 590 .388, 834 Art. 41, $ 683 et seq.....

808
Stat. 187 (U. S. Comp.

Ch. 32, 8 6.

146 | Art. 41, $8 706, 711. 808

850
St. 1901, p. 290]. ..... 1032 Ch. 32, 88.676-678

Ch. 38, 8 342

689 REVISED STATUTES 1852.
Ch. 42, § 106

68
REVISED STATUTES.

Ch. 46, $$ 116, 119.
371 Page 409

808
$$ 4520, 4523 [U. S. Comp. Ch. 51, 8 15.

489
St. 1901, pp. 3073, 3075] 607 Ch. 53, 88 19, 41, 51, 52..

18 REVISED STATUTES 1881.
Ch. 78, 8 13.
7888 1842, 1935..

245
COMPILED STATUTES Ch. 89. Amended by Laws $$ 4761, 4762.

99
1905, pp. 194, 317.
1901.

89
$ 5318 :

182
Ch. 106, § 1....

692
Page 290,
.1032 | Ch. 120, $$ 182, 188.

§ 5772

99

68
Page 509.
100 Ch. 120, Š 191.....

.56, 487
Pages 3073, 3075.
607

BURNS' ANNOTATED
Page 3428. .25, 511, 953 STARR & CURTIS' ANNO-

STATUTES 1901.
Page 3438

258
TATED STATUTES 1896.

$ 218
Page 3445

554
258, 529

$ 237

.250, 646
Page 3449
258 | Ch. 11, par. 29.
694 8 336

631
Page 3447

.25, 670
Volume 1.
$ 294

646
Page 3451
7231 Ch. 38, par. 368.

42 18 341

927
* Point annotated. See syllabus.
76 N.E.-77

. . . . .

192

66.

§ 342, subd, 3...
878 18 7283j

897 | GENERAL STATUTES 1860.
344
529 Š 7283k

182
359a
.1060 Š 7472

1060

Ch. 46, $ 1..............1042
8 367
423 Š 7517

404

PUBLIC STATUTES.
8 368
1007820

1030
8 373
927 Š 7839

99, 247 Ch. 54, $ 1..............1042
$ 401
787 $8 7913, 7918.

646
$ 412
529 Š 7998

971

REVISED LAWS.
505, subd. 4.
560 Š 8041
547 Ch. 11, 8 186.

907
555
798 Š 8075
971 Ch. 14, &$ 44, 46.

655
$ 556
889 Š 8103
1021 Ch. 25, $ 15.

903
$ 559
529 Š8 8122-8129
443 Ch. 25, Š 88.

127
§ 577
327 $ 8273
249 Ch. 47, § 9.

208
$$ 599, 603
892 $ 8441
176 Ch. 48, § 114.

727
$ 644
256 $ 8532
318 Ch. 53, § 1.

.1042
$$ 647, 647a.
.1020

Ch. 53, $8 6-8, 12, 13. 909
$8 652, 663.

412
BURNS' ANNOTATED

Ch. 65, $$ 15, 16.

935
§ 667

1057
STATUTES (SUPP.)
Ch. 66, § 2.

607
670
787

Ch. 73, 88 67, 80, 81, 138.. 671
$ 922

269
1905.

Ch. 102, $$ 113, 114. 447
Š 1076
640 & 641g ..
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192
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971 Š 893 et seq.
961 Ch. 104, § 36...

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Ch. 106, 76.

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HORNER'S ANNOTATED Ch. 110, $ 58

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s 1337h

245
STATUTES 1901. Ch. 110, 8 69.

207
8 1337j, subd. 2.
517

Ch. 111, § 1.
245

655
§ 1520

$$ 1842, 1935.
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Š 1665

727
544
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88 1740, 8103.

660
. 1021

.1068

Ch. 118, § 21.
$ 1804
.544, 649

Ch. 126, 88 18, 19.

289
1807

181
LAWS.

Ch. 128, § 13. Amended
1829

649 - 1869, pp. 95, 96, ch. 44, 88 by Laws 1902, p. 370, ch.
1907
.1021 14, 17.

986

458
1911
245 1875, pp. 55, 56, 57, ch. 13, Ch. 128, $ 14.

282
1927

1021 881, 3, 4, 7. Amended Ch. 145, $$ 23, 25.
2012

245
by Laws 1897, p. 253, ch. Ch. 145, 8 35.

455
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67)
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250 1875, p. 70, ch. 25.
986 Ch. 159, § 23.

276
2465
1012 1875, p. 121, ch. 82. 986 Ch. 166, § 76.

.1048
2597
542 1877, p. 82, ch. 47.
620 Ch. 168,

953
2628
795 1877, p. 111, ch. 69. 986 Ch. 173, 8, 6, cl. 5.

931
2630a
321, 524 1893, p. 294, ch. 130, § 1. . 163 Ch. 173, 106...

906
§ 2642

795 1895, p. 43, 'ch. 21, $5....1030 Ch. 175, š 66..
88 2663, 2665.
781 1897, p. 253, ch. 167. 184 Ch. 189, Š 24...

723
88 2682, 2688
546 1899, p. 58, ch. 41..

557 Ch. 198, š 1.
2779
763 1899, p. 59, ch. 41.

902 Ch. 198, 88 4-7.
3398
889 1899, p. 568, ch. 254. 536 Ch. 207, 8 1..

127
§ 3623
514 1899, p. 569, ch. 255.. 518 Ch. 208, § 58.

.10.52
3977
624 1900, p. 22, ch. 20. Ch, 208, § 102.

909
8 4090n

980 Amended by Laws 1902,
$$ 4290, 4297.

179 pp. 487, 874, chs. 194, REVISED STATUTES 1836
$$ 4350, 4351.

821 317; Laws 1904, p. 1413,
8 4357b

Ch. 24, 8 61.....
631 ch. 488.,

..1042

.1032
4833

.1057 1901, p. 235, ch. 118. 980
Š 5134 et seq..
808 1901, p. 466, ch. 208.

LAWS.

176
§ 5153.

.902, 980 1901, p. 534, ch. 231. 165 1852, p. 172, ch. 244, $ 2.. 663
88 5159, 5160.

808 1902, p. 487, ch. 194. ..1032 1869, p. 497, ch, 155.. 663
8 5172a

980 1902, p. 874, ch. 317. ..1032 1872, p. 279, ch. 342.
Š 5468a. Amended by Laws 1903, p. 92, ch. 34.

808 1885, p. 679, ch. 237. 206
1903, p. 92, ch. 34. 808 | 1903, p. 92, ch. 36.

892 1894, p. 462, ch. 416. 452
$ 5468a, subd. 6a.
323 1903, p. 255, ch. 145, 88

1895, p. 187, ch. 187, $ 7., 956
8 54680
892 2, 3..

620 1896, pp. 365, 366, ch. 415,
Š 5468e. Amended by Laws 1903, p. 280. ch. 156.. 243 88_5, 6-8.

956
1903, p. 92, ch. 36... 892 | 1903, 338, ch. 193 1897, p. 396, ch, 426.

905
8 5624

167

262, 551, 1027 1898, p. 492, ch. 533. 671
Š8 5637, 5638, 5639 967 1903, p. 338, ch. 193, $ 3.'. 443 1902, p. 370, ch. 458. 282
$$ 5655, 5660, 5663. 331 1903, p. 339, ch. 193, § 2.. 798 1902, p. 439, ch. 527...... 452
8 5674

780 1903, p. 340, ch. 193, § 7..1020 1903, p. 276, ch. 415. 286
§ 5675

241 1904, p. 1413, ch. 588... 1032 1903, p. 360, ch. 473, S
$85920a-5920g
883 1905, pp. 59, 61, 63, ch.

7

233
86028

883 48, 88 1, 3, 4, 5, 8.. 961 1903, p. 389, ch. 415. 959
88 6317, 6318.

99 1905, p. 202, ch. 123. 750 1904, p. 376, ch. 403, $ 1.. 457
$ 6.528

.1025 1905. pp. 281, 286, 88 95,
8 6743
.1027 107

424
$$ 6818, 6828, 6848. 398 1903, p. 338, ch. 193. 551

NEW YORK.
$$ 6855-6867

751, ch. 169,
88 6899, 6900.

CONSTITUTION.
514 $8 677, 678

881
88 6960, 6961.
811 | 1905, p. 757, ch. 169, 8

Art. 6, $ 9..... ..1075
$ 6962
.811, 876 699

245
88 6963, 6967.
811

CODE OF CIVIL PROCE
$ 7083
.163, 408

DU'RE.
88 7231a-72311

176
MASSACHUSETTS.

$ 191
$ 72.55

518
CONSTITUTION.

$ 419
88 7276, 7278, 7279
184

$ 484

1082
88 7283, 7283b.. .182, 184 Art. 4, § 1......... 457 | $ 500

1081

724

620 1905.25

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