Minnesota Reports, Volume 69

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Review Publishing Company, 1898
Cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Minnesota.
 

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Halaman 18 - ... through EXTERNAL, VIOLENT and ACCIDENTAL MEANS, which shall, independently of all other causes, immediately and wholly disable him from transacting any and every kind of business pertaining to his occupation...
Halaman 266 - To do all acts and make all regulations which may be necessary or expedient for the promotion of health or the suppression of disease.
Halaman 375 - If by this the legislature Intended to provide that the court should put Itself In the place of the commission, try the matter de novo, and determine what are reasonable rates, without regard to the findings of the commission, such Intent cannot be carried out, as a statute which so provided would be unconstitutional. The fixing of rates is a legislative or administrative act, not a judicial one.
Halaman 208 - In all other cases where a general law can be made applicable, no special law shall be enacted.
Halaman 438 - The recording of an assignment of a mortgage shall not, in itself, be deemed notice of such assignment to the mortgagor, his heirs or personal representatives, so as to invalidate any payment made by them, or either of them, to the mortgagee.
Halaman 159 - At the opening of plaintiff's case, the defendant objected "to the introduction of any evidence on the ground that the complaint does not state facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action.
Halaman 417 - ... there can be no doubt of their power and duty to inquire whether a body of rates prescribed by a legislature or a commission is unjust and unreasonable, and such as to work a practical destruction to rights of property, and if found so to be, to restrain its operation.
Halaman 17 - The first is that total disability does not mean absolute physical inability on the part of the insured to transact any kind of business pertaining to his occupation. It is sufficient if his injuries •were of such a character that common care and prudence required him to desist from the transaction of any such business so long as it was reasonably necessary to effectuate a cure. This was a duty which he owed to the insurer as well as to himself.
Halaman 264 - To entitle a plaintiff to recover present damages for apprehended future consequences there must be such a degree of probability of their occurring as amounts to a reasonable certainty that they will result from the original injury.
Halaman 144 - ... elect any number of discreet persons of their church, congregation or society, not less than three, nor exceeding nine in number, as trustees, to take the charge of the estate and property belonging thereto, and to transact all affairs relative to the temporalities thereof...

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