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Is not liable for the negligence of the officers, agents or employees of
Right of abstractor to examine municipal
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Annual statement of sales for unpaid taxes, made by receiver of taxes,
64, 66 Minnesota
64, 67, 68
. 63. 66
. 49, 65, 67
RGISTRATION. See ELECTIONS.
RELIGION. See CHRISTIANITY.
RELIGIOUS TEACHING. See CHRISTIANITY.
REMOVAL OF CAUSES.
ACT OF 1887.
Cause in which some of the defendants are residents and others non-
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When a creditor's bill cannot be removed from a State Court on the
Extension of time to answer in the State Court does not extend the
Sufficient ground for removal only when all the parties to the action
Not sufficiently established by an affidavit of the party, stating that
Is sold when served with a meal in a restaurant, although not eaten
Will not be implied that a specific article of a known and recognized
SCHOOLS. See CHRISTIANITY.
A place of worship within the constitutional prohibition as contained
LOSS OF TRADE
. . 286
Counter-claim for, by selling inferior articles when not sustained in
LIMITED LIABILITY ACT
Of Congress (Act of June 19, 1886) is constitutional.
Vessel using fog horn sounded by the breath, instead of by bellows, is
Vessel running at the rate of seven knots an hour, in a frequente t
Failure of a freighting vessel to provide is not a neglect of duty. 552
What words, when spoken of a public officer, are actionable, without
SLEEPING CAR COMPANIES
Liable to the same responsibilities and obligations as inn-keepers, in
The security of travelers requires such a rule
The question considered with reference to a steamboat owner and the
Not an inn "on wheels
STATUTES. See LEGAL HOLIDAYS.
Right conferred by, upon "all persons," is conferred upon any per-
STATUTE OF FRAUDS
Does not apply to contract to support a child until of age
Pedestrian injured by a dangerous nuisance which the city allows a
SUNDAY LAWS. See LEGAL HOLIDAYS.
On Sunday is not illegal in West Virginia
A school using its receipts for maintenance is within the exemption
In the transmission of a message, calling the person to whom it is ad-
Erection of telegraph poles and stringing of wires along a highway al-
Cannot be imposed upon a telegraph company engaged in interstate
Will not of itself support an action of damages against a telegraph
May construct a telegraph line over its right of way for its own use
Do not excuse the dropping out of words in the transmission of a tele-
A payee, by saying it will be useless to exhibit the money to him,
A State law, authorizing a municipality to collect wharfage from ves-
The denial to the States, of the power to lay any duty of tonnage with-
Is made out if the defendant's imitations lead to the conclusion that
The words "Warren Hose Supporter," used in connection with a hose
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Suit cannot be brought in the Circuit Court for infringing trade marks
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Of place where goods are manufactured may be used as a trade mark
May be used as a trade mark descriptive of hay knives
Of manufacturer may be used as a trade mark, but not to the exclu-
May be bought by a manufacturer, repaired, repainted and sold again,
Cannot be used as a trade mark for sewing machines
By a mortgagee under a chatte. mortgage void for usury or fraud, is
Lies to recover back the difference between the usurious interest paid,
. . . 552
Given for certain amount and interest, a less amount being really
VENDOR AND VENDEE.
Put on the property by the vendee in possession are not compensated
UNITED STATES COURTS.
. . 552
Not conferred upon the Circuit Courts, in actions against the State,
Supreme Court of United States has no jurisdiction to review the de-
Have no jurisdiction of proceedings in rem, taken under a State
Have jurisdiction of a suit to set aside a sale of lands forfeited to a
NO MAN'S LAND
Is subject to the criminal jurisdiction of the United States Court for
UNITED STATES MARSHALS. See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.
May be arrested by the State authorities on a charge of forgery, while
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None of quality when the goods are to be as made for other per-
POLLUTION OF SPRING
By the leakage of oil stored on adjoining premises entitles the owner
WHARFAGE. See TONNAGE TAXES.
Bequest to a corporation not in existence, but to be subsequently
Use is created by a bequest for the education of "two young men for
Devise to a wife of one-half of all the testator's property, gives her
Created by devise of remainder to daughter's children if living at her
CONTRACT TO MAKE WILL.
What evidence is insufficient to establish
Of all the estate the testator is to inherit after her father's death, will
After a devise to testator's wife, coupled with a power of alienation,
When valid. .
Of a word by the testator in a will, rendering it illegible, and writing
LAPSE OF LEGACY
Where the legatee dies in the testator's life time, will not be prevented
Signed by testator's, first name only, may be admitted to probate as a
Service on a non-resident may be made by prblication, where the bill