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STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION - Cont’d. PAGE
protected; evidence of intent. D. M. Ins. Co. v.
cient notice to carrier. Clementson v. G. T. Ry, Co.
tor to see that his principal performs. Harris v. Newell
struction, constable's official bond. Taylor v. Par-
resulting from neglect of duty of principal. Jenks v.
discharge of principal in bankruptcy. Knapp v. An-
forbearance. United States v. Wright (U. S. Dist.)
red in securing debt. Thompson v. Taylor (Ct. App.,
viously a defaulter. State v. Tooy (Sup., N. J )... 171
receiving such securities, or attempted payment will
not release surety. Lord v. Bigelow (Sup., Mass.).., 231
security for debt, releases surety. Campbell v.
contract. Holme v. Brunskill (Eng. C. P.D.).... 271
liable to private individuals for torts of principal.
Clark v. United States (Sup., Ga.)
to indorser of commercial paper. First Nat. Bk, v.
apparent nakers ; consideration; release as indorser
render maker liable. Duff v. Williams (Sup., Pa.) (in
chargeable in real estate. Bivan v. Cooper (Ct. App.,
but payment ; is voluntary, and mistake as to effect
is one of law. Lambert v. Co. of Dixon (U. S. Sup.). 252
York; deduction for real estate. People v. Commrs.
allowable, and will be restrained by Federal court.
nant to pay taxes of every name and nature. Beals
ments of, valid. Kelly v. C. of Pittsburgh (Sup., Pa.)
tles to at least nominal damages. Logan v. West. Un,
tenants in common. Knowles v. Barnhardt (Ct. App.,
given by general owner in possession, of pledged cargo
TITLE - Continued.
livered to carrier to be sent, and this is not defeated,
rier's hands. Higgons v. Murray (Ct. App., N. Y.).. 334
fiscation act gives good title. Conrad v. Waples (U.
used by rival trader. Rose v. Loftus (Eng. Ch. D.).. 472
general and enforceable. Hagg v. Darley (Eng. Ch.
not entitled to compensation for work done. Isle Roy
will after notice not. Sullivan v. Carberry (Sup., Me.) 413
Ben. & Life Ins. Co. v. Higginbotham (Sup. Ct., U.S.) 16
Furst v. Second A. R. R. Co. (Ct. App., N. Y.....
insufficient. McCulloch v. Hoffman (Ct. App., N.
for reversal, court not bound to give as instruction philo-
See Criminal Law, 38, 39; Juror.
orders of town officers, not. Smith v. Colby (Sup.,
permit one to have, take and receive'rents, issues and
takes subject to trust. Reid v. Sprague (Ct. App.,
alone ground for removing trustee ; attorney trus-
tee for client. McPherson v. Cox (U. S. Sup ). 373
cutory contracts. Thompson v. Lambert (Sup., Iowa)
unless against public policy, that loan was made in
istic communication constitutes. Leighton v. Orr
loan though consolidated with non-usurious. Mahn
principal. Gokey v. Knapp (Sup., Iowa) (N. C.).... 119
money in interest to it and the money was deposited
Omaha Hotel Co. v.
must give credit in an action on the lost note for all
penalties ; set-off; penalty may not be against other
to their sureties. (Ct. App., N. Y.)
to post-nuptial settlement. Trowell y. Shereton
with knowledge of all circumstances of contract
dorsed in blank, presumptive evidence of ownership
Davis v. Russell (Sup., Cal.)......
"quiet to ride and drive, and warranted sound," held
drive. Anthony v. Halstead. (Eng. Com. PI. Div.) 17
action for Matteson v. Vaugh (Sup., Mich.)... 269
logs on small streams. Town of Pierpont v. Love-
clude grandchild ; " children and heirs" includes
tion. Moore v. Hegeman (Ct. App., N. Y.).... 254
supported against testimony of subscribing witness.
real estate. Bevan v. Cooper (Ct. App., N. Y.)...... 512
impeach his own witness, he may contradict him.
entitled to extra witness fees. Buchman v. State
package, and under & 1079, U.S. R. S. United States
son, in presence of other party, he cannot testify
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