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RULES OF COURT.

fendant claiming the shipment contained 132

cords only, plaintiffs claiming it contained 185, See Courts, Om78.

evidence on the point held sufficient to support

verdict for plaintiff.-Id. SAFE PLACE TO WORK.

VI. WARRANTIES. See Master and Servant, 101–129, 210.

On 25 (Tex.Civ.App.) In absence of written SALES,

warranty, material misrepresentations by seller

held admissible as warranties, whether made See Brokers; Commerce, Omw 40; Contracts, fraudulently or not.—Bolt v. State Savings cm10, 116; Evidence, 231, 318, 354, 400, Bank of Manchester, Iowa, 179 S. W. 1119. 434, 441, 442; Executors and Administrators, 287 (Tex. Civ.App.) Where the seller of a em 164, 167; Guardian and Ward, C77- concrete mixer induced the buyers to forego 107; Intoxicating Liquors, 150; Judicial their right to reject for breach of warranty Sales; Life Estates, Cm 23; Logs and Log- within ten days, as stipulated, such seller was ging, ww2, 3; Monopolies, m17; Mort- bound to permit rejection on failure to give gages, Om 356–522; Municipal Corporations, satisfaction after the stipulated period.-Braden

m562, 567; Principal and Agent, cm103 ; Zander Const. Co. v. Seng, 179 S. W. 1103. Remainders ; Trial, @ww251; Usury, Em32; 1 em 288 (Tex. Civ. App.) Failure of buyers of Vendor and Purchaser.

cement mixer to reject for breach of warranty I. REQUISITES AND VALIDITY OF of capacity within the ten-day period stipulated CONTRACT.

in the chattel mortgage securing the price held

to waive their right to reject later for such rea38 (Tex.Civ.App.) Extraneous fraud in the son.-Braden-Zander Const. Co. v. Seng, 179 S. procurement of a note for the purchase price of w. 1103. a horse held to destroy the binding effect of a warranty of the horse constituting a part of VII. REMEDIES OF SELLER. the contract.-Bolt v. State Savings Bank of Manchester, Iowa, 179 S. W. 1119.

(B) Lien. On 52 (Ky.) Where the issue was whether a Omm312 (Ark.) Under Kirby's Dig. $ 4967, the sale was effected or whether there was merely seller of personal property cannot have the conan agreement to effect a subsequent sale by stable seize property sold wherever it may be written contract, the_burden was on the plain- found, but his remedy under this section is aptiffs.-Pete Sheeran, Bro. & Co. v. Tucker, 179 plicable only where the property is found in S. W. 426.

the possession of his vendee.-Holman v. Nutt, Om52 (Ky.) In an action for the price of a

179 S. W. 811. car load of cotton seed, defended on the ground

(E) Actions for Price or Value. that defendant had never bought or agreed to pay for it, evidence held to sustain a verdict om 347 (Ky.). Accrued right of plaintiff to purfor plaintiff.-Cotton Seed Products Co. v. Bon- chase price of soot blowers sold under contract durant, 179 S. W. 603.

to defendant held not affected by subsequent Om 53 (Tex.Civ.App.) Whether representa

agreement altering original contract.-Louisville tion was intended by the seller, and understood Trust Co. y. Bayer Steam Soot Blower Co., 179

S. W. 1034. by the buyer, as an affirmance of a fact, or as a mere expression of opinion, in the latter case On 355 (Tex.Civ.App.) In an action for the no ground for rescission, is a question of fact. price of wood, evidence that plaintiffs had con-Fowler v. Carlisle, 179 S. W. 528.

tracted with defendant to ship him 450 cords Om53 (Tex.Civ.App.) In an action for the bal-held not at variance with the contract pleaded. ance due on a bill of lumber furnished for a

-McLaughlin v. Terrell Bros., 179 S. W. 932. house which defendant had agreed to convey, www 355 (Tex.Civ.App.) Purchaser sued for purevidence held to make defendant's agreement to chase price, in support of plea of failure of conpay therefor a question for the jury.–Scruggs sideration, held entitled to rely upon material v. E. L. Woodley Lumber Co., 179 S. W. 897. misrepresentations.-Bolt V. State Savings

Bank of Manchester, Iowa, 179 S. W. 1119. III. MODIFICATION OR RESCISSION OF CONTRACT.

VIII. REMEDIES OF BUYER. (C) Rescission by Buyer.

(D) Actions and Counterclaims for Breach

of Warranty. Om 124 (Tex.Civ.App.) Persons induced to purchase horse by fraudulent misrepresentations em 428 (Tex.Civ.App.), Purchaser sued on note held entitled to sue for a rescission, but bound for purchase price held entitled to rely upon to return the horse or show good cause for their misrepresentations as a defense, not on the thefailure to do so.-Bolt v. State Savings Bank of ory of fraud and deceit, but because they were Manchester, Iowa, 179 S. W. 1119.

warranties.-Bolt v. State Savings Bank of While ordinarily, where a purchaser elects to

Manchester, Iowa, 179 S. W. 1119. rescind, he must return the property purchased, yet he need not do so if it be worthless.-Id.

SATISFACTION. IV. PERFORMANCE

See Compromise and Settlement.

OF CONTRACT. (C) Delivery and Acceptance of Goods. SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS. Omw 16872. (Ky.) One who bought soot blowers, See Public Lands, @ww173; Taxation, eww242. agreeing to pay therefor if satisfactory on six months' test, held bound to determine satisfac

II. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. tion for himself, and not entitled to rely on tests by others. Louisville Trust Co. v. Bayer (B) Creation, Alteration, Existence, and Steam Soot Blower Co., 179 S. W. 1034.

Dissolution of Districts. On 181 (Tex.Civ.App.) In action to recover for en 44 (Ark.) Under Act Feb. 4, 1869 (Laws cars of wood sold f. o. b. at A., exclusion of 1868–69, pp. 27, 28) $$ 16, 17 (Kirby's Dig. original freight bills of railroad to show num- § 7695), and Act April 1, 1895, p. 82, § i, bers of cords of wood received in each car by county court held authorized to dissolve a spedefendant at H. held proper.-McLaughlin v. cial school district.-Hughes v. Robuck, 179 S. Terrell Bros., 179 S. W. 932.

W. 163. In an action to recover for a shipment of Under Act April 1, 1895, p. 82, § 1, petition wood sold f. o. b. A. and delivered at H., de-Ito dissolve school district need not designate

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Schools and School Districts

179 SOUTHWESTERN REPORTER

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school districts to which petitioners desire the

SEWERS. territory attached.-Id.

Act April 1, 1895, p. 82, § 1, merely confers See Drains. upon the county court discretionary authority to dissolve school districts, and does not re

SHERIFFS AND CONSTABLES. quire it to dissolve a district upon the filing of a proper petition.-Id.

See Attachment, O365; Counties, 139. Under Act April 1, 1895, p. 82, § 1, the county court has no authority to dissolve a III. POWERS, DUTIES, AND LIABILI. school district except on the filing of a petition

TIES. conforming to the requirements of the statute. Cum 106 (Ark.) To recover against a constable -Id.

for failure to levy an execution, plaintiff must Under Act April 1, 1895, p. 82, $S 1, 3, dis- prove that during the life of the writ the judgcretion of court in assignment of territory of ment debtor possessed property liable to seizure dissolved school district held limited only by and that the constable neglected to seize it.duty of adjudging such territory its pro rata Peery v. Mauldin, 179 S. W. 652. part of the district's indebtedness.-Id.

SIGNALS. (C) Government, Officers, and District Meetings.

See Master and Servant, Em107, 190. Om 53 (Ky.) One held not to have title to the office of trustee of graded schools, so as to en

SIGNATURES. title him to maintain action to enjoin another See Appeal and Error, w 569 ; Libel and Slanfrom asserting title thereto; a certificate of

der. election not having been issued to him by the board of trustees, as required by Ky. St. $

SLAVES. 4485.-Chapman v. Freeman, 179 S. W. 450. 25 (Ark.) Act Feb. 6. 1867 (Laws 1866(E) District Debt, Securities, and Taxa-67, p. 99) $ 3, legalizing the cohabitation of netion.

groes as husband and wife and legitimizing their am 106 (Tex.Civ.App.) Under Const. art. 7 $ | Youmans, 179 S. W. 335.

recognized children is still in force.-Black v. 3, independent school district annexed to exist ing common school district under Acts 29th

SPECIAL INTERROGATORIES. Leg. c. 124, § 148, might collect 20-cent tax applicable to land in common school district See Trial, Om349–366. before the annexation.-Davis v. Payne, 179 S. W. 60.

SPECIAL POLICE. In a suit by owner of land in common school district, after its annexation to independent See False Imprisonment, Omm15; Officers, em school district, to enjoin the new district's col- 35, 43, 49, 55; Railroads, em 281. lection of school tax, the independent school district was a necessary party.-Id.

SPECIFICATION OF ERRORS.

See Appeal and Error, Om758.
SECONDARY EVIDENCE.
See Evidence, 158, 185.

SPEED.
SEDUCTION.

See Municipal Corporations, Ow705.
See Criminal Law, mw595, 598, 608, 938; Hus-

SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS. band and Wife, Om302, 313.

See Intoxicating Liquors.
SELF-DEFENSE.

SPLITTING CAUSES OF ACTION. See Homicide, em 110-116, 300.

See Judgment, Omw 592, 597.
SEPARATE ESTATE.

STATEMENT.
See Husband and Wife, Om113.

See Appeal and Error, Om564–578, 644. .
SEQUESTRATION,

STATES. Om 13 (Tex.Civ.App.) Where claimant in a se- See Courts, Omw223–247; Intoxicating Liquors, questration suit in T. county secures posses- Om6; Judgment, Om822; Statutes, 20. sion of the property in D. county pursuant to Vernon's Sayles? Ann. Civ. St. 1914, art. 7769

VI. ACTIONS. et seq., and fails to see that his affidavit and am 191 (Tex.Civ. App.) Under Rev. St. 1911, claim bond are returned to the court of D. coun- arts. 7737, 7738, a plaintiff may maintain tresty as required by articles 7776, 7777, held, that pass to try title against agents for the state he cannot object that judgment was rendered in possession, where he has title and right of against him and the sureties on his bond in T. possession, although the state has not consentcounty.-Josey v. Masters, 179 S. W. 1134.

ed to the suit.-Imperial Sugar Co. v. Cabell, On 20 (Tex.Civ.App.) Claimant and his sureties 179 S. W. 83. held chargeable with knowledge that affidavit and claim bond were returned to the justice

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS.
court from which writ of sequestration was is-
sued, instead of to a court in the county in See Limitation of Actions.
which they contended they should have been
returned.-Josey v. Masters, 179 S. W. 1134.

STATUTES.
SERVANTS.

For statutes relating to particular subjects, see

the various specific topics. See Master and Servant.

I. ENACTMENT, REQUISITES, AND

VALIDITY IN GENERAL. SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM.

8/2 (Ark.) The constitutional provision retion to the Legislature itself.-State v. Wood-lom 123 (Ky.) Section 89 of Acts 1914, c. 80, ruff, 179 S. W. 813.

relating to public roads, so far as it attempts to Laws 1915, p. 340, establishing municipal repeal Ky. St. 1909, $$ 4348-4356, relative to courts, though applying to only two cities, held private passways, held to violate Const. § 51.not a special act within the constitutional pro- Exall v. Holland, 179 S. W. 241. vision as to notice of special bills.-Id. Om 20 (Ky.) Compensation provided for agri

IV. AMENDMENT, REVISION, AND cultural experiment station in making analysis

CODIFICATION. under Laws 1908, c. 4 (Ky. St. 1915, $ 1905a), Omw 141 (Ark.) Const. art. 5, § 23, prohibiting held to be an appropriation and not a system of amendment of statutes by reference to their fees.- Bosworth v. State University, 179 S. W. title, does not invalidate Kirby's Dig. $ 5433, 403.

assimilating the holding of city elections to Om 32 (Ark.) Where after adjournment of the state and county elections, which is complete Legislature an appropriation bill containing in itself and is not amendatory of other laws, distinct items is presented to the Governor, he though reference to other acts may be necessary must, under Const. art. 6, SS 15, 17, if desirous to ascertain its meaning.-State v. McKinley, of vetoing particular items, file his objections 179 S. W. 181. to them with the bill and give notice by public mw 143 (Ky.) The amendment of Ky. St. $$ proclamation.--Dickinson v. Page, 179 S. W. 3915–3921, prohibiting combinations to regu1004.

late trade, by the unconstitutional enactment A notation, “Disapproved," written across of Acts 1906, c. 117, does not affect the validitems of an appropriation bill held a sufficient ity of the act amended.–Gay v. Brent, 179 S. compliance with Const. art. 6, § 15, requiring | W. 1051. the bill to be filed with notations of objections. -Id.

V. REPEAL, SUSPENSION, EXPIRAC33 (Ark.) Under Const. art. 6, &$ 15, 17,

TION, AND REVIVAL. the filing with the secretary of state of an ap- em 161 (Ky.) Statutes may be repealed expropriation bill signed by the Governor but dis- pressly or by implication, but repeal by impliapproved as to some items is a sufficient public cation can only occur where two statutes are proclamation of the disapproval.—Dickinson

v. Page, 179 S. W. 1004.

repugnant and irreconcilable, or where the lat

er statute covers the whole subject and is Om47 (Tex.) An act levying penalties upon manifestly a substitute for the first.-Exall v. any person failing to erect a shed wherein rail Holland, 179 S. W. 241. road repair work may be done must be plain enough for those operating the industry affected to know whether by engaging in an act of repair

VI. CONSTRUCTION AND OPERA

TION. without erecting the shed they would breach its terms.-State v. International & G. N. Ry, Co., (A) General Rules of Construction. 179 S. W. 867. Where an act of the Legislature requiring venience results where the language of the law

Om 181 (Tex.Civ.App.) The argument of inconpersons engaged in the repair of railroad equip- is not clear, either express or implied,

and exof light repairs, was as definite in meaning as tends to constitutions and statutes.-Davis v. the nature of the subject allowed, the rule that Payne, 179 S. W. 60. a penal act must be certain in its provisions Em 184 (Ark.) In construing a statute the obwas complied with.-Id.

ject to be attained thereby and the purpose of Rev. Št. 1911, arts. 6581, 6582, requiring the Legislature are to be considered, and that persons engaged in repairing railroad equip- construction given which is in harmony with the ment to erect sheds, held not void for uncer- legislative intent.—McDaniel v. Herrn, 179 S. tainty as exempting "light repairs."-Id.

W. 337. Om64 (Ark.) Laws 1915, p. 340, if invalid in 205 (Ark.) A statute should be considered part as giving municipal courts civil jurisdic- as a whole.-Conway v. Miller County Hightion coextensive with the limits of the county, way and Bridge Dist., 179 S. W. 1009. held not thereby rendered invalid as to other w212 (Tex.Civ.App.) The presumption against provisions.--State v. Woodruff, 179 S. W. 813. absurd consequences of legislation is no more O 64 (Ky.) Unconstitutional section in other than the presumption that the legislators were wise valid statute will, where practicable, be ex- gifted with ordinary common sense, and applies cluded, and the remainder allowed to stand.-only where there is room for construction by Bosworth v. State University, 179 S. W. 403.

reason of the obscurity or ambiguity of a law. Om64 (Tex. Civ.App.) The courts cannot hold —Davis v. Payne, 179 S. W. 60. one provision of a law valid and another in- ww225/4 (Ark.) Where the Legislature passed valid, where it is uncertain whether either two acts at the same session dealing with the would have been passed without the other.- powers of a levee board, and the language of Coman v. Baker, 179 S. W. 937.

one was ambiguous, to determine the intention

of the Legislature, the court should consider III. SUBJECTS AND TITLES OF ACTS. the other act with it.-Board of Directors of Om 105 (Ky.) Const. § 51, providing that all St. Francis Levee Dist. v. Williford, 179 S. w. acts of the Legislature shall have but one sub

665. ject, expressed in the title, will be strictly con- E226 (Ark.) A statute borrowed from anothstrued.-Bosworth v. State University, 179 s. er state will receive construction placed upon W. 403.

it by courts thereof, in absence of conflict with C1042 (Ky.) Section 11, c. 4, Laws 1908 settled policy of borrowing state.-St. Louis, I. (subsection 11, 8 1905a, Ky. St. 1915), relating M. & S. Ry. Co. v. Freeman, 179 S. W. 648. to sale of adulterated and misbranded food and em 231 (Tenn.) Shannon's Code, § 3935, held drugs, and making certain appropriations, held to be construed with the sections giving a right a violation of Const. § 51, providing that sub- of action for wrongful death as if they had all ject of act must be single and expressed in title. originated with the Code of 1858, though, in -Bosworth v. State University, 179 S. W. 403. substance, section 3935 was a prior enactment.cm 118 (Ky.) Act March 17, 1904 (Laws 1904, Sharp v. Cincinnati, N. O. & Ť. P. Ry. Co., 179 c. 29; Ky. St. $ 12010), leveled at the offense S. W. 375. of poultry stealing, held not in violation of

(B) Particular Classes of Statutes, Const. § 51, requiring the subject of an act to appear in the title.-Fry v. Commonwealth, 239 (Tenn.) A statute intended to alter the 179 S. W. 604.

common law will not be construed to alter it further than it expressly declares or is neces-, mm 241 (Tex.) An act of the Legislature penal sarily implied from the fact of it covering the in its nature should be strictly construed. whole subject matter.- Baker v. Dew, 179 S. W. State v. International & G. N. Ry. Co., 179 S. 615.

W. 867.

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998 18 6

15, 1038 1907, p. 357, 8 1. 342 $ 331a, subsec. 9.

222 CONSTITUTION. 1909, p. 717.. 665 8 331e, subsec. 5.

621

665 $ 489 Amend. 14......224, 591, 631, 1909, p. 724, $ 5.

848 1909, p. 892. 648 $ 571

. 1034 1051, 1193 Art. 1, § 8, cl. 3....

469
1909, p. 904.
491 $ 581

392 Art. 4, § 1... 908

337 $ 702 1909, p. 906, $ 3.

842 1911, p. 11. 1002 $ 779a

615 STATUTES AT LARGE. 1911, p. 63, § 1... .1004 $ 806

400 1915, p. 340. 813 $ 856

39 1863, March 3, ch. 120, 12

1915, p. 340, $ 10.
813 $ 950, subsecs. 1, 3.

449 Stat. 820... 430 1915, p. 617. ..1009 / $ 12010

604 1907, March 1, ch. 2285, 34

$ 1202

235 Stat. 1017... 800

$ 1342b

400 1908, April 22, ch. 149, 35

KENTUCKY.
$ 1358a

235 Stat. 65......314, 380, 422,

$ 1482

..1029 777, 1046 CONSTITUTION.

Š 1550 et seq... $ 17 1910, June 18, ch. 309, $

11 604 .

12

§ 1550, subsec. 26. 12, 36 Stat. 553..

241, 403, 604

93 1913, March 1, ch. 90, 37

1550, subsec. 28. 615

212

$ 1864 Stat. 699.....

436 469 110

592

$ 1905a
$ 157
1037

403 REVISED STATUTES. $ 161

$ 1905a, subsec. 11.

403 .255, 409

$ 1906
§ 164
7, 1074

45 § 2140..... .. 800

$ 1907 $ 170

577 .596, 1048, 1050 $ 1907a

45 COMPILED STATUTES

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198
1913.

415 .1051

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. 1038 $$ $657-8065.. 314, 380,

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440 422, 777, 1046 CIVIL CODE OF PRAC

§ 2500

823 § 8739....

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469 $$ 6, 12.....

43
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469 $ 98, subsecs. 1-4.

36
$ 2651

224
ARKANSAS.
$ 129

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2775

217 $ 134

$
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.

2

3755 217

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2
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KIRBY'S DIGEST.

14

201 § 425

$ 4147

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415 § 381...

371
§ 518

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14 $$ 450-466.

324
589

$ 4226...
832

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597

$ 4230a

.. 591 $ 990...

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.1002
$ 606. Amended by Laws

ŠS 4258-4267

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1912, ch. 104.

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411
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229 § 1732.

661
$ 705

$ 4485
454

.. 450 $8 1765, 1798..

361
$ 745

14 2245...

356
$ 756

LAWS.
2318
346

...18, 837
1894, ch. 76....

430 2350

366 CRIMINAL CODE OF 1904, ch. 22, $$ 1-4. 224 2384

174
PRACTICE.
1904, ch. 29.

604 2396 183

1906, ch. 117 3901 $ 241

.1051 817

237
1908. ch. 4.

403 4457. Repealed by Laws SS 335, 337.

403 1909, p. 892.

648
GENERAL STATUTES 1888. 1912, ch. 7, $ 28.

212 $ 4967 811

1912, ch. 101...

451 SS 5109-5111 505 Ch. 63, art. 6.. 821 1914, ch. 80, $ 89.

241 5433

181 Ch. 63, art. 6, § 1...... 821 5438

505 5672

367
STATUTES 1909.

MISSOURI. 6128

.1008 $ 2739b, subsec. 7..... 2 7132 495 $ 4303

609

CONSTITUTION. $ 7183 ..1002 SS 4348–4336

241 | Art. 4, § 23.....

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507 4348, subsecs. 2-4..

. 241 $ 7695 163 $ 4351

241 REVISED STATUTES 1909. § 4828 LAWS.

727 ŠS 2047-2049

484 1866–67, p. 99, $ 3..... 335

STATUTES 1915.
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66 4571 952 Art. 1, $ 3. .1193 Art. 4947.

66 5115 479 Art. 1, Š 11 109 Art. 5423.

123 5425 955 Art. 5, Š 6. . 1115 Art. 5621.

899 $$ 5434, 5439. 763 Art. 7, 8 3.

60 Art. 5714.

. 691 6329 721

Art. 5745...

. 878 6354 744, 751 CODE OF CRIMINAL PRO- Arts. 6581, 6582.

. 867 6362

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CEDURE, 1911.
Arts. 6601, 6602.

· 273 7024 789

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.1095 $8 8315, 8320.

954 Art. 464
.
704 Arts. 7435, 7446.

701 $ 8523

732 Art. 482
.
713 Arts. 7737, 7738.

83 $S 10033, 10125.

721
Art. 646.

447 § 10446

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574
Arts. 791, 792

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VERNON'S SAYLES' AN-
Art. 801...
LAWS.

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NOTATED CIVIL STATArt. 810..

.1187

UTES 1914. 1913, p. 545.. 759 Art. 815..

113 Arts. 1591, 1592. ...1115 Art. 845.

111 Art. 1612..

.669, 1092 TENNESSEE.

Art. 938.
..1152, 1170 | Art. 1830, § 7.

883 Art. 1973.

. 1092 PENAL CODE 1911. CONSTITUTION.

Art. 1985..

96 Art. 10..... 631 121 Art. 1991.

669 Art. 1, § 8.

Art. 498.
315
120 Art. 2075...

686 Art. 1, § 9.... Art. 548..

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..1170 | Art. 2079..
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152

. 894 Art. 1, § 18...

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1167 Art. 2128.

. 697 Art. 2, § 25...

128

Arts. 611, 614..

.147, 321 Art. 2, § 29...

704 Arts. 3968, 4621, 4622 .1147 Art. 1200 et seq.. 572 Art. 4632..

883 Art. 6, § 7... 321

926 Art. 11, § 8...

Arts. 1317, 1318......... 1152 Art. 4874. 631

Arts. 5614-5616.

539 SHANNON'S CODE. WHITE'S ANNOTATED

Art. 5674...

671 Arts. 5713, 5714..

926 CODE OF CRIMINAL $ 1069 128

Art. 6564....

.1104 $ 1574

PROCEDURE. 641

Art. 6603..

1104, 1111 § 1574, subsecs. 1, 2, 4. 140 SS 857, 1123...

572 Arts. 6824, 6827, 6828.... 539 $S 1575, 1576. 140

Art. 6866...

..1095 $3677 629 REVISED STATUTES 1911. Art. 7769 et seq..

.1134 8 3895 477

Arts. 7776, 7777. $ 3.935 Arts. 769–771.

.1134 375

.1107 $ 3935, subsec. 4. 375 Arts. 1103, 1115..

Arts. 7798, 7799, 7807....1099

918 4025 et seq..

375

Art. 1121, subd. 16. 4184

132
Amended by Laws 1915,

CITY CHARTERS. $ 4446

314
ch. 144..

939

.. $$ 4495, 4589.

686

Austin. Sp. Laws 1909, ch.

2 .. $ 6246 Art. 1612. Amended

..1193 by 152 $ 6470

628

Laws 1913, ch. 136....1092
Art. 1623.

515

SPECIAL LAWS.
PRIVATE LAWS.
Art. 1840..

271 1909, ch. 2..
....

.1193 Art. 1953..

295, 547 1913, ch. 264..... ,

151 Art. 1971. Amended by 1913, ch. 277...

321
Laws 1913, ch. 59. ..... 932

LAWS. 1913 (1st Ex. Sess.) ch.

Art. 1973. Amended by 1905, ch. 124, $ 148... 60 18

147
Laws 1913, ch. 59......1092 | 1909, ch. 27.

257
Art. 1985.
LAWS.

899 1909, ch. 27, § 1.

257 Arts. 1986, 1990. 536 1909, ch. 35..

.1191 1897, ch. 57. 384 Art. 1991...

862 1911, ch. 60, $ 5. ...1193 1903, ch. 237, § 28. 138 Art. 1994...

536 1913, ch. 32, § 1. ....1147 1905, ch. 173. 130 Arts. 2015, 2016.

550 1913, ch. 59...
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932, 1092 1907, ch. 82.. 635 Arts. 2035, 2048.

922 1913, ch. 132. Amended by 1907. ch. 489. 384 | Art. 2095...

684 Laws 1913 (Ex. Sess.) 1911. ch. 32 130 Art. 3850. .1098 ch. 5...

.. 561 1911, ch. 58. 643 Art. 4621. Amended by 1913, ch. 101, § 1..

712 1913, ch. 26. ...127, 628, Laws 1913, ch. 32, 8 1..1147 1913, ch. 136.

. 1092 629, 645 Art. 4622

...1147 1913 (Ex. Sess.) ch. 5.... 561 1915, ch. 60.. .631, 635 | Art. 4643. 937, 1115 / 1915, ch. 144.

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STEAM.

II. REGULATION AND OPERATION. See Master and Servant, Om 265.

.

Om78 (Mo.App.) Where a street railroad is operated by receivers they alone, and not the

company itself, are responsible for personal inSTOCKHOLDERS.

juries due to the negligence of the company's See Corporations, Om 170-243.

servants.-Ingino v. Metropolitan St. Ry. Co 179 S. W. 771.

99 (Mo.App.) Driver approaching street car STREET RAILROADS.

tracks held bound to look for cars and stop in See Evidence, Omw506, 588; Injunction, en 64, place of safety if one was approaching, making 65; Municipal Corporations, em413; Plead it dangerous to cross.-Guffey v. Harvey, 179 ing, w376.

S. W. 729.

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