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determine whether this was a fair criterion of the possibility that C. might, against all his laches and actual market value. The market value of the prop- against all his acts of acquiescence, prove the fraud erty, rather than any injury over and above the mar- alleged, substantial justice does not require that the ket value which the assignee or the original owner creditors whose rights have becomie fixed through his might have suffered, is the measure of damages. Ib. voluntary acts should be subjected to the delay and

5. Defense: that assignee has obtained judgment expense incident to such an investigation. U. S. Dist. against attachment creditor none to sheriff.-The fact Ct., s. D. New York. In re Court, 17 Nat. Bankr. that the assignee in bankruptcy has already obtained Reg. 555. judgment against the attachment creditor in a suit for

PRIORITY. damages for the same conversion, and has issued exe

When party is not entitled to election of remedy: articution on the judgment, is no defense to a suit against the sheriff; the judgment being still unsatisfied, an

cles for manufacture in bankrupl's possession.- Pe

titioners had, prior to the commencement of the prounsatisfied judgment against one or two joint tort feasors is no bar to an action against the other. Ib.

ceedings, delivered to the bankrupt certain wool

which he was to manufacture into cloth for them. The COMPOSITION.

assignec, under the direction of the court, completed 1. Practice: examination of debtor: priority on.–At

the manufacture of the cloth and sold it, Petitioners an adjourned composition meeting, after waiting a

demanded of the assignee the unfiuished cloth and reasonable length of time, the register allowed a cred

yarn and wool belonging to them, offering to pay for itor to continue his examination of the debtor, which

the labor aud materials expended thereon. Upou had been taken at regularly adjourned meetings. Sub

refusal they brought suit against the assiguee in trover sequently the attorney for another creditor appeared

and recovered judgment for their damages with interand asked permission to continue an examination

est and costs. The recovery was afterward limited which had previously been closed, and that all the tes

to the amount realized by the assignee on the sale, less timony taken at such meeting be stricken ont, which

the cost of the labor and materials put into the goods was denied. It appearing that his power of attorney had

by the bankrupt and the assignee. The assets being been revoked, he then asked permission to go on with

insufficient to pay this judgment in full after payment the examination in behalf of another creditor, which

of the fees, costs and expenses of the assignee incurred was also denied. Held, that the register was right in

in the course of the proceedings and in his administrarefusing to suspend the examination then pending. tion of the estate, petitioners ask that the judgment No other creditor was entitled to priority at that

be paid in full or so far as the assets will go toward time. U. S. Dist. Ct., E. D. New York. In re Tifft,

its payment. Held, that petitioners, having elected to 17 Nat. Bankr. Reg. 550.

sue in trover for damages, waived any claim they 2. Limit of examination.-The attorney asked per

might have had to the moneys in the assignee's hauds mission to examine the bankrupt as to the circum

as their own moneys, and were not entitled to priority stances under which the revocation of his power of

over those expenses which are expressly preferred by attorney had been obtained, which was refused. Held,

the statute. U. S. Dist. Ct., S. D. New York. In re no error. The register refused to suspeud the exam

Oberhoffer, 17 Nat. Bankr. Reg. 546. ination then pending until the questions certified by

PROVISIONAL WARRANT. him could be decided. Held, no error. Ib.

When it will be issued. - A provisional warrant EXEMPTION.

issued in voluntary proceedings upon papers regular What property is not exempt: partnership property. - on their face, and upon proof by affidavit of facts Within a month prior to the commencement of the showing that it was very necessary for the protection proceedings in bankruptcy, and while the firm was of the estate, will not be vacated where such facts are iusolvent, a large amount of the partnership property not disproved and it appears that the purpose of the was sold and the proceeds divided between the part- bankrupts in making the motion is to deprive the ners, and the firm then offered to settle with their marshal of his fees, and this whether it was one which creditors at fifty per cent. One of the partners, upon the court had power to issue or not. U. S. Dist. Ct., receiving his share of the proceeds of said sale, imme- S. D. New York. In rc Clark, 17 Nat. Baukr. Reg. 554. diately purchased property which was exempt under the State statute. Held, that under the circumstances such property was not exempt, but must be regarded

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as partnership assets held in trust for creditors. U.S.
Dist. Ct., Minnesota. In re Melvin & Fox, 17 Nat.
Bankr. Reg. 513.

INDIANA REPORTS, VOLUME LVII.
FRAUD.

Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme

Court of Judicature of the State of Indiana, with tables When proceedings will not be vacated for: estoppel.- of the cases reported, and causes cited, and an inder. By C. joined in a voluntary petition with his partners and

Augustus N. Martin, Official Reporter, Volume LVII.

Containing cases decided at the May term, 1877, not participated actively in the proceedings. After the reported in Vol. LVI, and cases decided at the Novemlapse of about five months he moved to set aside the

ber term, 1877. Indianapolis. John G. Doughty, 1878.

volume of join in the petition by fraudulent misrepresentations of his copartners and the attorney who prepared the p. 31: A law forbidding the sale of intoxicating petition and schedules, that the firm was not in fact liquor without a license therefor held constitutional. insolvent and that the proceedings were carried on in Dobson v. State, p. 69: One evading the letter of a the interest of his copartners for the purpose of depriv- penal law is not punishable thereunder, whatever may ing him of his property. Ileld, that upon the bare be his motive. City of Huntington y. Cheesbro, p. 74: A city ordinance forbidding peddling within the city duties, inasmuch, in some counties no “judgmentlimits without a license and prescribing a punishment book” is kept, while in others the clerks refuse to for its violation, is not in contravention of either the make up a roll except upon filing a judgment, and also State or Federal Constitution. Hart v. State, p. 103: attaching thereto a certified copy thereof. For instance, To constitute larceny the taking must be felonious at a judgment in foreclosure is granted at Special Term, the time. One spatching money from a person and the court writes at the end a direction to the clerk to retaining it without consent of such person is not enter, the clerk then makes a copy, certifies the copy, necessarily guilty of larceny. Vaughn v. Ferral, p. and amnexes both to the other papers making the roll, 182: One about to purchase a promissory note ex- but does not enter either in any book. hibited the same to the maker who said it was all right, Bouvier's Law Dictionary says that a judgment is and there was no defense to it and it would be paid. the decision or sentence of the law by a court, and Held, that the maker was estopped from setting up the old Code, section 245, defined it to be the final that the note was altered. Toun of Centreville v. determination of the rights of the parties. Woods, p. 192: A town is liable to one injured by a The idea of the average county clerk is, that a judgdefect in its streets, notwithstanding such defect was ment is something made by a court or judge, iu writcaused by a third person. Alexander v. N. W. Chr. ing, to be filed in his office. On the contrary, it is Univ., p. 466: A real estate broker, acting for both something which, having been determined by the court, vendor and vendee in the sale of property, held en- is to be reduced to writing and recorded as the judgtitled to receive compensation from both vendor and ment of the court by the clerk, the same as he records vendee. Western Un. Tel. Co. v. Ferguson, p. 495: a verdict, and how he shall enter or record it is shown While a telegraph company may refuse to transmit an by a written direction of the court. The court indiindecent message, it may not one couched in proper cates the judgment and the clerk enters it, in all cases terms on the ground that it is in furtherance of an im- when the court is called upou to decide any thing. moral purpose. Pittsb., Cinc. & St. L. Rwy. Co. v. In other cases the law fixes the judgment and the clerk Vandyne, p. 576: A railroad company may refuse to enters it. carry a person so intoxicated as to be disgusting, offen- Under the Revised Statutes I apprehend the pracsive or annoying, though he have a ticket, but may not

tice was to draw what was called the record of the refuse one slightly intoxicated. The reporting is well judgment, and, after obtaining the direction of the done, the index full, and the table of cases cited court, when necessary, the clerk signed and filed it, carefully prepared.

whereupon it stood “ entered.” 3 R. S. (6th ed ) 619, $ 10. But the old Code required the clerk to keep a

judgment-book (independent of the docket), and to COURT OF APPEALS DECISIONS.

enter all judgments therein and to annex a copy of the HE June :

Here the practice under the Revised Statutes and

the Code became mixed. No judgment-book was Bostwick v. Frankfield, Nos. 262–265, order affirmed

kept, and it having been held unnecessary for the clerk and judgment absolute for defendant on stipulation,

to sigu the judgment, he has contented himself with with costs; opinion by Miller, J.- - Department of

filing in his office the judgment (as it is erroneously Public Parks, In re application of, ordered, that the

called), which is usually handed him by the attorremittitur be amended so as to give costs to neither

ney. party in this court; no opinion. -Hatch, In re peti

The Code of Civil Procedure retains the provision tion of, No. 422, appeal dismissed, with costs to Hatch

that the clerk shall keep ($ 1236) a judgment-book'and against Bowes; opinion per Curiam. -Hebrew Be

shall enter therein all final judgments. Sections 1237, nevolent Society, In re petition of, motion denied,

1276 and 1354 provide for the manner of making up the with $10 costs; uo opinion.—Mead, In re petition of,

roll in different cases in each of which “a certified copy No. 416, order affirmed; opinion by Miller, J.- -Mer

of the judgment” is required. The only distinction bechants’ Bank of Canada v. Livingston, No. 242, judg- tween the two Codes seems to be in the word certified. ment reversed and new trial granted: opinion by

It seems, therefore, perfectly clear that the correct Earl, J.-Parker v. City of Cohoes, No. 253, order

practice is this: The clerk must keep a judgment-book affirmed and judgment absolute for respondent on and enter therein (i. e., write vut) the judgment of the stipulation, with costs; on opinion of General Term.

court. In litigated cases the decision will inform him -Roe v. Conway, No. 215, judgment reversed and

how he is to draw the judgment. In partition, forenew trial ordered; opinion by Miller, J.--Wood

closure and the like cases, the judgment is determined worth v. Payne, Nos. 131-146, judgment affirmed; opin- by the formal direction of the court to the clerk to ion by Miller, J.

enter (iu the judgment-book) that form of a judgment

which is usually prepared and handed to the court, CORRESPONDENCE.

while upon jury trials, defaults, etc., the judgment is to be entered in the book by the clerk as each case

may require. Then under the new Code the clerk ENTERING JUDGMENTS.

must make a certified copy of the judgment so entered To the Editor of the Albany Law Journal :

in the book, and attach it to the pleadings, etc., and

thus make up the “roll." SIR– Since the enactment of the Code of Civil Pro

In practice, the attorney for the successful party cedure there has been considerable discussion as to the should draft a judgment (in proper cases he obtains correct practice in making up a judgment roll and en- the directiou of the court to enter). He then pretering a judgment. In some cases the county clerks

seuts it to the clerk, who copies it into the judgmenthave, it seems to me, entirely misapprehended their

book. The judgment thus becomes “eutered." Then

THE following opinions were handed down Friday, judgment (as entered in the book) to the roll.

the clerk can affix the draft to the roll, certify it to be tars fixed in the wall adjoining the consulting-room by a copy, and the “roll” is complete. The great variety their noise caused him grave inconvenience and annoyof practice and views upon this subject has induced ance, and commenced an action to restrain the coume to jot down these notes with the hope that they tinuance of the nuisance. The fact of the nuisance may aid in establishing a uniformity of practice con- was scarcely disputed, but the defendant's contention sistent with the law.

was that he had acquired, first, a prescriptive right to Yours, etc.,

SUBSCRIBER.

commit the nuisance, and secondly, under section 2 of PORT RICHMOND, S. I., June 24, 1878.

the Prescription Act, a right by user for more than twenty years. The Master of the Rolls was of opinion

that this was an easement incapable of interruption NOTES.

within the authority of Webb v. Bird, 13 C. B. (N. B.)

841, and one of which he could not presume a grant, N the Court of Appeals on the 20th inst. Hon. Henry and, consequently, that the defendants had not ac

, .

the late Hon. Samuel A. Foote, which was the occasion

the new room there had been no nuisance; and how of remarks by members of the bench and bar present.

could the plaintiff before that time have prevented the waves of sound from passing over the garden? He

could not enter on the defendant's premises, and so Mr. Justice Miller of the United States Supreme commit a trespass, to abate the nuisance, and there Court has been quite ill recently, and has undergone a

was no other way in which the acquisition of the right painful surgical operation. He is now better and in a

could have been prevented. He also thought that the fair way to recovery.

easement of the passage of sound was not within the

second section of the Presuription Act; it was not an In reply to a question as to whether a failure on the easement which would“ be enjoyed or derived upou, part of a justice of the peace to give a bond in compli

over, or from the land” of another. It was very ance with the act of the last Legislature, vacates his much like the above case, where a person claimed a office, says that is his opinion that no such conse

right to the uninterrupted enjoyment of the currents quence would follow such omission; but he says, “it of air in motion to his windmill. The plaintiff was may be argued, and is perhaps a fair construction of entitled to a perpetual injunction. the act, that official duties shall not be performed by a justice in office unless he shall within sixty days give the bond required. At any rate it is a statutory duty

A correspondent of the Pall Mall Guzette writing imposed upon justices for the benefit of the public, from Valencia, says: “There still survives in this city and ought to be complied with by those oflicers."

a very ancient tribunal which has exercised jurisdiction without a break for nearly a thousand years.

Just outside the city, extending eastward to the MediThe attorney-general of this State, in reply to an in- terranean and southward to the Lake of Albufera, is quiry from the acting superintendent of the banking the plain known as the Huerta de Valencia. This department, says: “ In answer to your communication plain, which covers nearly ten square miles, was at one of this date relative to the construction to be given to time covered by the sea, but since the time of the Arabs the 2d section of chapter 347 of the Laws of 1878, it has been reclaimed, and has been converted by amending the Savings Bank Law, I have the honor to means of irrigation into one of the most fertile spots say that the section probably fails to express what was in the peninsula. The Huerta is traversed by eight intended by the person who drew it. It would seem maiu canals (acequias), which have an infinite number to have been intended to limit the aggregate deposits of small branches; and by this means the land is proby any individual in a savings bank to three thousand vided with an abundant supply of water. There are dollars; but that is not the necessary construction of appointed times for the supply of water to each disthe language used. It bears quite as properly the con- trict, the signal for opening and closing the dykes struction that any single deposit shall not exceed three being given by the great bell in the cathedral tower of thousand dollars. The language is so indefinite that, Valencia. Agents are appointed to see that these in my opinion, you will be justified in holding that arrangements are strictly carried out, and any infracaggregate deposits in excess of three thousand dollars tion of them is brought before the tribunal to which I and not in excess of the limitation prescribed by sec- referred above. This tribunal, known as the “Trition 23 of the act of 1875 (ch. 371) will not be deemed bunal of the Waters," is composed of eight members, violations of this section. The clear and precise who are elected by the eight divisions of the Huerta, language of the act of 1875 restricts the 'aggregate and holds its sittings at noon every Thursday under amount of deposits' to the sum mentioned in that act. the porch of Valencia Cathedral, the chapter of which If the Legislature by the section in question intended is bound to provide it with a bench. All disputes to restrict the aggregate deposits to three thousand which may have arisen during the past week are laid dollars, it is fair to presume similarly accurate lan- before the tribunal by word of mouth, neither the guage would have been employed."

complainant nor the defendant being allowed to employ counsel, and so great is the respect felt for its

decisions, that since its institution by the Arabs in A novel kind of easement was claimed in the English 920, no instance has been recorded in which the decase of Sturges v. Bridgman, before the Master of feated party has appealed from it to the ordinary juristhe Rolls on the 3d inst. The plaintiff, a physician, on diction of the country. I may add that the Huerta the erection of a consulting-room in his garden found contains sixty-three villages and hamlets, with a total that the use by the defendant of two pestles and mor- population of nearly eighty thousand.

GENERAL INDEX.

PAGE.
ABINGER, Lord, Sumner on.........

82
ABUSES affecting administration of justice; resolu-
tion as to...

394
ACCOMPLICES, evidence of.

420
ACTS OF LEGISLATURE signed to May 18th.. 396
ADJOURNMENTS out of court.

175
ADMISSION TO BAR:
Court of Appeals order..

96
amendment of rules regulating

235
ADULTERY by insane husband or wife, effect of... 220
AGENCY, liability of principal for fraudulent mis-
representation of agent..

71
ALBANY LAW JOURNAL:
subscriber's estimate of value of.

216
notice of, from New Zealand

276
notice of, by Notaries Journal.

356
ALDERSON, Baron, Sumner on

82
ALIBI, instance of successful one......

40
ALIENS in France ; Droit D’Aubaine, and rights of.. 405
ALLEN, Judge, Chief Judge Church's eulogy on..... 445
AMERICAN DECISIONS, announcement of 20
AMERICAN LAW REVIEW, notice of. 296
AMERICAN REPORTS, volume 22, some recent
decisions....

200, 320
APPEAL to the Court of Appeals..

115
ARBITRATION, Court of...

275
ARREST AND BAIL, practice as to, under new
Code.

336
ASSIGNMENT of lease, covenant not to assign not
usual...

508
ASSOCIATION for reform, etc., of Law of Nations ;

report of Antwerp Conference; notice of... 496
ASSUMPTION of mortgages by grantees..

395
AUSTIN, Charles, Sumner on.............

81
BANK CASHIER, limit of authority of, in certify-
ing checks.

189
BANK CHECK, right of revenue officer to examine
paid.

85
BANK OFFICERS, bonds of..

340
BANKRUPTCY, compositions in..

170
BANKRUPTCY DECISIONS (see Recent Bank-

ruptcy Decisions).
BANKRUPT LAW:
Chicago Legal News on...

336
knowledge of insolvency under.

367
BAR ASSOCIATION:
formation of, in Columbia county..

76
of New York, and judiciary bills.

158
of New York State, resolutions of, as to legal biog-

raphy, local associations, abuses, law reform, and
remittance of dues to members.

394
of New York State, report.......

435
BASHFORD, Coles, notice of death....

356
BASIS for judicial decisions, public policy as... 465
BENCH AND BAR.......... .60, 116, 156, 196, 215, 256

PAGE.
BIGELOW, George Tyler, obituary notice of.. 316
BIGGS, Asa, notice of death...

196
BLATCHFORD, confirmation as circuit judge...... 196
BLOOMINGDALE Asylum, relation of, to State... 403
BOMPAS, anecdote of...

136
BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL, Hil-
lard prize essay.

196
BOYDEN, Dr. W. C., recollections of Choate......... 8
BREACH OF WARRANTY, possession essen-
tial to action for...

264
BRITISH EXTRADITION precedents.......280, 300
BRUSSELS, new palace of justice in........

196
BROWNE'S short sketches of great lawyers; notice
of...

356
CAMPBELL, Attorney-General, Sumner on..

81
CALIFORNIA LEGAL RECORD, notice of... 336
CASES IN FULL:
Abbott v, Abbott:

husband and wife ; liability for torts (Sup.
Me.)....

283
Ah Yup, Matter of:

Chinese not entitled to naturalization (U. S.
Circ.)...

385
Allen, Matter of:

composition in bankruptcy (U. S. Dist.)..... 170
Bennett v. Maryland Fire Ins. Co.:
fire insurance and estoppel (U. S. Dist.)...

363
Board of Chosen Freeholders of Middlesex v. State

Bank at New Brunswick:
State as preferred creditor (Chanc., N. J.)

268
Boston Beer Co. y. Commonwealth of Massachusetts:

prohibitory law and corporations (U. S. Sup.)... 487
Bradburn v. Foley:
custom bad in law (Eng. C. P. D.)......

483
Brown v. Bpofford:

negotiable instrument, accord and satisfaction
(U S Sup.)....

31
Buchman v. State:
physicians as experts, compensation of (Sup.,
Ind.)..

242
Cake v. First National Bank of Lebanon :
Usury by national banks (Sup., Pa.)...

345
Chubb v. Upton :

alteration of corporate charter (U. S. Sup.).... 27
Citizens' National Bank y, Green :

status of product of exempt property (Sup., N.
C.)....

329
Clark v. Chambers:

liability for indirect consequences (Eng. Q. B.
D.).

505
Clarke, Ex parte:
validity of Virginia Funding Act (Sup. Ct. App.,
Va.)....

387
Commonwealth v. Hawes :

trial of extradited criminals for offense not in
treaty (Ct. App., Ky.).......

325
Conrad v. Waples :

confiscation law not retroactive (U. S. Sup.)..... 484
Creed v. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.:

contributory negligence; caboose car; passen-
ger (Sup., Pa.)...

364
Cromwell v. County of Sac:

municipal bonds and incidents (U. S. Sup.)...... 264
Davidson v. New Orleans :

what is due process of law (U. S. Sup.)..... 223
Dorsey v. Abrams :

authority of bank cashier to certify (Sup., Pa.).. 189
Duff v. Williams :

liability for representations as to credit of an-
other (Sup.. Pa.).

510

CASES IN FULL - Continued.

PAGE
Easton, Ex parte:
maritime law (U. S. Sup )........

29
Edwards v. Kearzy:

constitutionality of exemption laws (U. S. Sup.). 346
Farrington v. State of Tennessee :

impairing obligation of contract (U. S. Sup.).... 128
Garfield v. Paris :

delivery on sale of personal property (U. S. Sup.). 467
Grand Trunk Railway Co. v. Stevens:

injury to traveler on free pass (U. S. Sup.)....... 169
Grant v. First Nat. Bank of Monmouth:

knowledge of insolvency under bankrupt law
(U. S. Sup.)..

367
Hade v. McVay:
usury by national banks (Sup., Ohio)..

410
Hall y. De Cuir:

civil rights and interstate commerce (U. S. Sup). 109
Hampshire v. Wickens :
covenant not to assign not a usual one (Eng.
D

508
Hannibal & St. Jo. R. R. Co. v. Husen :

State laws, regulating transportation of cattle
(U. S. Sup.).

168
Haskell v. Jones:

State laws regulating patent-right notes (Sup.,
Pa)...

CASES IN FULL- Continued.

PAGE.
Safe Deposit Co. v. Pollock:

liability of safe deposit company for loss (Sup.,
Pa.)

288
Safford v. People :

Federal rereivers and State courts (Sup., Ill.).... 200
Shields v. State of Ohio :

State legislation and charters (U.S. Sup.)...... 105
Schollenberger, Ex parte:

jurisdiction of U. S. Circ. Courts (U. S. Sup.). .. 427
State of Minnesota v. Armington :
validity of Utah divorces (Sup., Minn.)

451
State of Missouri v. Miller :

impairing obligation of contracts (Sup., Mo.).... 245
Swire v. Francis :

liability of principal for acts of agent (Eng.
Priv. C)....

71
Terry v. Anderson :

constitutionality of State legislation affecting
statutes of limitation (U. S. Sup.).

14
Thayer v. City of Boston :
domicile and taxation (Sup. Jud., Mass.)

281
United States v. Fox:
ex post facto legislation; limits of Federal pow.
er (U. S. Sup.)

83
United States v. Mann :
bank checks; internal revenue (U. S. Sup.)

85
United States v. State National Bank of Boston:
agency ; government officer (U. S. Sup.)

188
United States v. Van Auken :

private circulating notes less than one dollar (U.
S. Sup.)..

450
Usill v. Hales:

report of ex parte judicial proceedings not a
libel (Eng. C. P. D.)

306
Verdin v. Slocum :

invalidity of passive trusts (Ct. App., N. Y.).... 13
Victor, Matter of:

commutation of sentence valid without accept-
ance (Sup., Ohio.).

424
Wakefield v. Newell :

liability of cities for surface waters from streets

(Sup., R. I.)
Wells, In re Petition of:

removal of cause; fourteenth amendment (U.S.

Circ.)
Woolen v. Banker:

State interference with patent rights (U. S.
Ciro.)....

T2
CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL, change iu editor-
ship of...

216
CHANEY, H. A., appointed State Reporter, Michigan, 60
CHIEF JUDGE CHURCH'S eulogy on Judge
Allen..

455
CHINESE:

naturalization of; decision of U.S. Circuit Court,
California, noticed.

356
not entitled to naturalization.

385
language ; law books in..

356
CHITTY, Thomas, obituary notice of....

196
CHOATE, W. G., confirmation as district judge, S. D.
New York.....

256
CHOATE, RUFUS:
biographical sketch of..

.67, 180, 304
letter on, from A. P. Putnam

67
letter of Geo. W. Nesmith with reminiscences of.... 181
letter of Nathan Crosby upon.....

304
CHURCH, suit for negligence against...

496
CIRCUIT COURTS of United States, jurisdiction
of.

497
CIRCULATING NOTES for fractions of a dol-
lar, what are.......

450
CIVIL RIGHTS and interstate commerce..

109
CIVIL RIGHTS LAW, removal of cause under... 111
CLARKE, Robert & Co.'s catalogue..

356
CLEVELAND LAW REPORTER, notice of... 96
COBBETT, William, death of; sketch of life..... 88
CODE:
amendments; veto of..

496
new grammar of.

39
Mr. Hale on..

235
CODE COMMITTEE, appointment of joint, by
Sonate.....

278

COLLECTION OF DEBTS:

267
Hoag v. Lake Shore, etc., Ry. Co.:

proximate and remote cause-setting fire (Sup.,
Pa.)....

186
Hurdman v. North-Eastern Railway Co.:

liability of owner for improper use of land (Eng.
Ct. App.)..

469
Inman v. Tripp:

municipal corporation, liability of (Sup., R. I.)... 12
Jackson, Matter of:

power of Congress over the mails (U. S. Sup.)... 448
Jenkins v. City Council of Charleston :

taxation by municipality of its own bonds (U.
S. Sup.).

321
Johnson y. Laflin:

transfer of shares in national banks (U. S. Circ.) 146
K v. Raschen :
excuse for non-fulfllment of contract; im-
prudence (Eng. Ex. D.)...

248
Kane v. Hibernia Ins. Co.:

proof of willful burning in insurance actions
(Ct. Er. N. J.)....

226
Keeley v. Boston & Maine R. R. Co.:

railroad ticket good in but one direction (Sup.,
Me)....

366
Knowlton v. Cong. & Empire Spring Co.:

recovery of money paid on illegal contract (U.
S. Circ.).....

10
Levinson v. Oceanic Steam Navigation Co.:

liability of ship-owners; service of process and

jurisdiction (U. S. Circ.) (See review of,
349.)...

285
Lycoming Fire Ins. Co. v. Haven:

conditions in policies as to ownership (U. S.
Sup).......

163
Matteson v. Vaughn:
breach of warranty (Sup., Mich.)..

269
Merchants' Nat. Bank of Toledo v. Cumming :
taxation of national banks (U. S. Circ.)..

345
Mitchell, In re, Ex parte Sherwin:
bankruptcy taxation (U. S. D.)...

26
Mobile L. Ins. Co. v. Brame:

life insurance and manslaughter ; action for
death (U. S. Sup.)....

84
Morgan v. Schwachhofer:
Trade-marks (Sup., N. Y.)

229
Murray v. City Council of Charleston :

taxation by municipality of its own bonds (U.
S. Sup.).....

321
Mut. Ben. L. Ins. Co. v. Higginbotham :
life insurance (U. S. Sup.)...

52
Mutual Life Ins. Co. v. Wilcox :

loans by corporation in violation of charter (U.
S. Circ.).

426
New York Life Ins. Co. v. Davis:
life insurance (U.S. Sup.)...

49
New York Life Insurance Co. y. Eggleston:
forfeiture of life policy by non-payment (U.S.
Sup.)..

368
Noyes, Matter of:
extradition between States (U. S. Dist.)..

407
Pensacola Tel. Co. v. Western Union Tel. Co.:

government control over telegraphs (U. S. Sup.). 306
People v. Mutual Gas L. Co. of Brooklyn:
examination of parties (Sup., N. Y.)....

70
People ex rel. Tradesmen Bank v. Commissioners of

Taxes:

taxation of national banks (Ct. App., N. Y.). .... 344
Proby, Re Walter:

examination of bankrupt in composition (U.
S. Dist.).

167
Proctor v. Bigelow;

proof of marriage ; statute of limitation and

dower (Sup., Mich.)
Pullman v. Upton:

287
liability of assignee of stock as security (U. S

procedure relating to..
of defaulting States ; plan for...

134
176

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