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197 CONSTITUTION. $$_655, 671

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$ 6802

418, 752 1923, p. 1302 .1032 $$ 3847, 3870, 3572, 3584 548 7058

. 1089 SS 4356t5. 4356t8.

240 LAWS.

$$ 4880-1987 436, 533, 542 $$ 8232, 8239, 8241, 8212 170 1891, p. 169. Amended by $ 4894

.83, 494, 496 $ 8305

237. Laws 1893, p. 253. 713 $ 4897

494 $8 11159, 11223.

182 1893, p. 25.

713 88 4896, 4897, 4901, 4902, 1899, p. 294, § 1 397 4914, 4930, 4932, 4943,

CITY CHARTERS. 1901, p. 136 383 4987

83 Kansas City, art. 2, § 3.. 105 1913, p. 64, $ 12. Amend

Kansas City, art. 6, 88 3, ed by Laws 1923 (Sp.

LAWS.

10 Sess.) p. 119.. 707 | 1894, ch. 76

476 1917, p. 917, $ 6. Amend

1906, ch. 22, art. 11.

28

LAWS. ed by Sp. Laws 1919, p. 1916, ch. 33

34 | 1911, p. 327

172 197, § 6.. 711 1917 (Sr. Sess.) ch. 5.

1921, p. 414. 1919, p. 177 362 | 1922, ch. 33

.139, 141, 1039 1919, p. 279, $ 5.

63 1921 (Ex. Sess.) p. 76....1010 397 | 19:22, ch. 33, $$ 12, 13. 46 | 1923, p. 236. 1919, p. 344

.10:39 383 1922, ch. 83, $$ 6, 9. 552 | 1923, p. 237, $ 1.

736 1921, p. 5:32. 362 1922, ch, 97 492 1923, p. 237, $ 2.

739 1923, p. 40

353 | 1924, ch. 82. 1923 (Sp. Sess.). p. 36, $

500 1923, p. 242, $ 21.

. 10:37 25 1034

1923, p. 24, Š 25.

736 1923 (Sp. Sess.) p. 119. 707

MISSOURI. 1925, No. 53.

355
CONSTITUTION.

TENNESSEE. 1925, No. 73.

362 1925, No. 356. 711, 713| Art. 2, § 11.

736 SHANNON'S CODE. Art. 2, $ 15

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489 REVISED STATUTES 1899. CONSTITUTION. 11 511/ $ 580, 650 ...1050 | Art. 1, § 10.

582 51 500

974 $ 157

Art. 1, § 15. :57, 498 REVISED STATUTES 1919. Art. 1, § 16

299 158 498 $$ 62-65 195| Art. 3, § 35.

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789 Art. 5, § 11. 842 Arts. 1368. 1432, 1433, Art. 4621

808 Art. 5, § 21 560 1438. 1459 273 Art. 4972a et seq..

813 Art. 5, § 29 318 Art. 1648 978 Art. 5246

322 Art. 7, § 3. 914 Arts. 1776, 1777

318 Arts. 5246-1 to 5246-91 Art. 8, § 1. 315 Art. 1830

343

325, 686, 838 Art. 11, $ 5. 914 Art. 1830, subd. 17 806 Art. 5246-15

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299 Art. 16, $$ 50-52 798 Sess.) ch. 47, $ 1...... 978 Art. 7314ddd

292 Art. 1912

961 CODE OF CRIMINAL PRO- Art. 1985

940, 979 CEDURE 1911.

VERNON'S ANNOTATED Art. 1989

274 Arts. 291, 295

CIVIL STATUTES SUP263 Art. 2026

315

PLEMENT 1922. Art. 608 568 Arts. 2035, 2048

961 Art. 608, subd. 6. 589 Arts. 2069, 2073. 934 | Art. 1925

978 Art. 743 602 Art. 2075

274 Arts. 290414, 290444 i 789 Art. 715 604 Art. 2078

339 Art. 4621

.798, 799, 808 Art. 786 566 Art. 2241 292 | Art. 4632

795 Art. 801 251 | Art. 2308

343 Arts. 595012-593014d 946 Art. 810 589 Arts. 3046-3078

.1006 Arts. 6001-1 to 6001-197 703 Art. 846 .568, 861 Arts. 3873, 3875

894 Arts. 6001-16, 6001–29, Art. 918. Amended by Arts. 3884, 3885

560 0001-50 to 6001--52, Laws 1919, ch. 18, $ 1... 584 Arts. 39:32-3934

291 6001-60, 6001–119, Art. 1202 833 Art. 4632. Amended by

6001--192

. 1022 Laws 1921, ch. 82, 8 1.. 795 | Arts. 782712, 782712tt .. 284 VERNON'S ANNOTATED Art. 4653

806 CODE OF CRIMINAL Art. 4741, subds, 6, 7, 9.. 825 PROCEDURE 1916.

HARTLEY'S DIGEST OF Art. 4746

666

LAWS.
Art. 295
859 Art. 4832

1020
Art. 1277

993 Arts. 573, 575, 577. 267 Art. 4817

612, 927 Art. 727 815 Art. 4874

884 Art. 743

927 .561, 862 Art. 4973

GAMMEL'S LAW. Art. 751 582) Art. 5475

317 Art. 791 267 | Arts. 5611, 5612

957

Volume 1. Arts. 794, 795 845 | Art. 5660 289 | Page 170

993 Art. 810 .845, 858 Art. 5707

666 Pages 347-350, arts. 9, 20 993 Art. 837, subd. 8 582 Art. 5708 634 Page 1462

993 Art. 865a 604 Art. 6096

293 Arts. 805b-S65f

267| Art. 6096.
Amended by

LAWS.
Art. 903

862

Laws 1917, ch. 105, § 1 299
Art. 6329
.1022 1840, p. 167

.1109 VERYON'S ANNOTATED Arts. 6802, 6805-6812, 1841, p. 144

798 CODE OF CRIMINAL PRO 7749

.1109 1848, ch. 103.

.1109 CEDURE SUPPLEMENT

1850, ch. 39

.1109 1922. SAYLES' STATUTES 1879.

1861, p. 37.

.1109 Art. 918

584
Volume 2.

.1109
1862, p. 57
1870, ch. 81

993 Page 715, arts. 1, 2, 3138 1109 1870, ch. 81, $s 14, 74–76, PENAL CODE 1895.

993

78-80, 86 Art. 379. Amended by VERNON'S SAYLES' ANNO

1873, ch. 97 Laws 1901, ch. 22. 597 TATED CIVIL STAT

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1874, p. 152 Art. 380

597
UTES 1914.
1901, ch, 22

597
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578 PENAL CODE 1911. Art. 10960 914 | 1907, ch, 165

993 Art. 1143 253 Arts. 1114, 1115

798 1913, ch, 32

798, 925 Arts. 1329, 1337, 1338, Arts. 1314-1321

630 1913, ch. 32, $ 1.

793 1351 860 Art. 1612

951 | 1915, ch. 156
Art. 1830, subds, 5, 14. 626 1917, ch, 105, $ 1.

299 VERNON'S ANNOTATED Art. 1833

951 1917, ch. 194

798, 799 PENAL CODE 1916. Art. 1971

290 1917, ch. 194, § 1

799 Art. 91

267
Art. 1984a .640, 886, 979 | 1919ch. 18, § 1.

584 Art. 198.5

610 | 1919 (2d Called Sess.) ch. VERNON'S ANNOTATED

Art. 1986

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799, 808, 925 1921, ch. 73, 88 1-7.

946 925 1921, ch, 82, § 1.

795 REVISED STATUTES 1879. Art. 4624

.925, 1013 1921, ch. 130

798, 799 Arts. 4629a-4629 Arts. 601, 2255 ....

934 1921, ch, 130, $ 1. ...1109 Arts. 4955, 1959, 4961, 1923, ch. 134

615 REVISED STATUTES 1895. Arts. 5672, 5675

1968

320 | 1923 (2d Called Sess.) ch. 296 22, & B.

.566, 608 Arts. 1. 2, 3268, 4622 Art. 5690

296, 908 | 1923 120 Called Sess,) ch. 4628, 5353 .1109 | Art. 5714

339
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582 Art. 5728

.1006 1923 (2d Called Sess.) ch. REVISED STATUTES 1911. Art. 6186

697

615 Final title, $$ 4, 5..... 0155 Art. 7023

626 1923 (2d Called Sess.) ch. Art. 271, subd. 3. 8:30

55, 88 6, 8, 9..

615 Art. 558

634
VERYON'S ANNOTATED

1923 (2d Called Sess.) ch. Arts. 619, 620, 627, 702

CIVIL STITUTES SUP

55, $ 9. PLEMENT 1918.

Repealed by 1096 914

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STIPULATIONS.

whole premises constitutes disseizin.-McBurE3 (Mo.App.) Appointment of foreign ad- ney v: Knox, 273 S. W. 819.

Om 15(4) (Tex.Com.App.) Possession of land ministratrix for wife held which could be waived by stipulation.-Leụtzing- year statutes if adverse.—McBurney v. Knox,

mere irregularity held sufficient to perfect title under five and ten er v. McNeely, 273 S. W. 241.

273 S. W. 819. STREET RAILROADS.

Cw28(3) (Tex.Civ.App.) Tenant holding pos

session of common property to exclusion of II. REGULATION AND OPERATION. other tenant is liable for rental value thereof. Om83 (Mo.App.) Pedestrian crossing tracks --Markum v. Markum, 273 S. W. 296. along continuation of sidewalk not trespasser.

Wife held liable to husband for one-half rental -Sterr v. Wells, 273 S. W. 1092.

value of community property from which husOn91 (Mo.App.) Violation of ordinance relat- | band was excluded.-Id. ing to stopping of street cars for passengers

Wife held liable for only one-half of rentals held not negligence as to occupant of automo- received from community estate.-Id. bile.---Anderson y. Wells. 273 S. W. 233. Em93(3) (Mo.App.) Pedestrian bound by

TORTS. knowledge of absence of headlight.--Sterr v. See Abduction, Em19-21; Libel and Slander, Wells, 273 S. W. 1092.

ww9–123; Malicious Prosecution, Com21-69; Can98(6) (Mo.App.) Pedestrian may assume Municipal Corporations, C 736; Negligence, street car will stop for passengers.--Goggin v. m2-136; Nuisance, C3-53; Trover and Wells, 273 S. W. 1107.

Conversion. Cm98(8) (Mo.App.) Pedestrian held negligent.-Goggin v. Wells, 273 S. W. 1107.

en ll (Ky.) Defendants wrongfully ousting C-99 (14) (Ky.) Care required of automobile plaintiff and transferring property to innocent guest stated. --Rice's Adm'rs v. Kentucky Trac- purchaser liable for value of property.-Cation & Terminal Co., 273 S. W. 78.

wood v. Cawood, 273 S. W. 67. Cm101 (Mo.App.) Contributory negligence defense to action for violating vigilant watch

TRADE-MARKS AND TRADE-NAMES ordinance.-Goggin v. Wells, 273 S. W. 1107.

AND UNFAIR COMPETITION. Cmi 17(5) (Mo.App.). Demurrer to evidence 1. MARKS AND NAMES SUBJECTS OF properly overruled.-Potashnick v. Wells, 273

OWNERSHIP. S. W. 777.

em3(1) (Tex.Civ.App.) Generic

and 11717) (Ky.) Instruction held to properly emblems protected by injunction, if unauthorleave it to jury to determine whether car was being properly operated.-Rice's Adm'rs

ized use thereof by defendants would mislead Kentucky Traction & Terminal Co., 273 S. w: public.—Burrell v. Michaux, 273 S. W. 874. 78. Om 117(7) (Mo.App.) Negligence in violating

TRESPASS TO TRY TITLE. speed ordinance held for jury.-Potashnick v.

II. PROCEEDINGS. Wells, 273 S. W. 777. el 17710) (Mo.App.) Negligence in violating missible as muniment of title conveying own

Om 40(5) (Tex.Civ.App.) Execution held advigilant watch ordinance for jury.-Goggin v. Wells, 273 S. W. 1107.

ership of defendant in the land to plaintiff. – Emo!!7(23) (Mo.App.) Pedestrian's negligence Alcorn v; Means, 273 s. W. 1016.

Om44 (Tex.Com.App.) Proof of common in failing to look held for jury.-Deming y. Wells, 273 S. W. 128.

source of title for jury.-Bell v. Thomsen, 273 Om 117(23) (Mo.App.) Plaintiff crossing street

S. W. 1109. car tracks not contributorily negligent as mat

TRIAL, ter of law.-Sterr v. Wells, 273 S. W. 1092.

See Continuance; Costs; Criminal Law, ml 17 (24) (Mo. App.) Contributory negli 621-901; Jury; New Trial; Venue. gence held for jury.-Potashnick v. Wells, 273 For trial of particular actions or proceedings, S. W. 777. Om 117(35) (Mo.App.) Negligence under hu

see also the various specific topics. manitarian doctrine held for jury.- Potashnick For review of rulings at trial, see Appeal and v. Wells, 273 S. W. 777.

Error. Com 118(1) (Ky.) Instruction held not to state

III. COURSE AND CONDUCT OF TRIAL IN traction company had exclusive right to use

GENERAL. portion of highway.-Rice's Adm’rs v. Kentucky Traction & Terminal Co., 273 S. W. 78.

Com 29(1) (Tex.Civ.App.) Judge's remark

to effect of jury's answer to certain issue held SURETYSHIP.

error.-Wichita Valley Ry. Co. v. Southern

Casualty Co., 273 S. W. 680.
See Principal and Surety.
TAXATION.

IV. RECEPTION OF EVIDENCE.
B)

Order of Proof, Rebuttal, and ReSee Highways, Omw122.

opening Case. III. LIABILITY OF PERSONS AND PROP Om 67 (Tex.Civ.App.) Refusal to permit plainERTY.

tiff to reopen case not abuse of discretion.(A) Private Persons and Property in Gen

Mynatt v. Howard, 273 S. W. 276. Omw 58 (Ky.) Taxing statute cannot be construed (C) Objections, Motions to strike Out, and

Exceptions. prospective as to some and retroactive as to others.--Greene v. Frankfort Distillery Co., 273 Cm75 (Mo.) Plaintiff, by introducing witness S, W. 28.

to rebut testimony of defendant to be offered, C58 (Tex.Civ.App.) Right to collect tax held not estopped from objecting thereto.ceases on repeal of statute authorizing it, un Scullin Steel Co. v. Mississippi Valley Iron Co., less directly or impliedly preserved.-Pioneer 273 S. W. 95. Oil & Refining Co. v. State, 273 S. W. 615.

ww82 (Mo.App.) General objection sufficient if

evidence is not competent for any purpose.-TENANCY IN COMMON.

Puffum v. F. W. Woolworth Co., 273 S. W.

176. II. MUTUAL RIGHTS, DUTIES, BILITIES OF COTENANTS.

84(3) (Tex.civ.App.) Execution not

dered inadmissible by objection that judgment Caia 14 (Tex.Com.App.) Entry by third person

debtor had no title to the land.--Alcorn v. under deed from one cotenant and claiming Means, 273 S. W. 1016.

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Om84 (4) (Tex.Civ.App.) Execution held ad- motion for directed verdict.-Sterr v. Wells, missible to establish title of purchaser at sale | 273 S. W. 1092. thereunder,-Alcorn v. Means, 273 S. W. 1016. Om89 (Mo.) Refusal to strike testimony, per

VII. INSTRUCTIONS TO JURY. mitted to be given out of order, as rebuttal to (A) Province of Court and Jury in Gentestimony to be given by defendant, held with

eral. out reversible error.-Scullin Steel Co. v. Mis- en 191(1) (Mo.App.) An instruction must not sissippi Valley Iron Co., 273 S. W. 95.

assume disputed facts.-Jackson v. Anderson, en 90 (MO.App.) Objection to question and 273 S. W. 429. answer after their admission, without moving om 191 (9) (Tex.Civ.App.) Charge held not to to strike out, presents nothing for trial or ap- impress on jury idea that court assumed failure pellate court.--Citizens' Bank of Edina

of defendant to stop its car sufficient length of Kriegshauser, 273 S. W. 761.

time for plaintiff to alight.-Galveston Electric Om 105(!) (Mo.App.). Where testimony is ad. Co. v. Marangola, 273 S. W. 311. mitted without objection, adverse party cannot Om 191(10) (Mo.App.) Instruction held not thereafter object to same evidence. - Buffum v. objectionable as assuming disputed facts.F. W. Woolworth Co., 273 S. W. 176.

Jackson v. Anderson, 273 S. W. 429. Om 105(2) (Mo.App.)' Instruction on defend Instruction held not objectionable as assuming ant's failure to slacken speed of truck at in- employé's right of recovery for personal injutersection held proper, though petition failed to ries.-Id. rely on it, where evidence thereof introduced om 192 (Tex.Civ.App.) Charge assuming what without objection.-D'Wolf v. Stix-Baer & Ful- uncontroverted proof showed not error.-Gulf, ler Dry Goods Co., 273 S. W. 172.

C. & S. F. Ry. Co. v. Stephenson, 273 S. W. Defendant cannot complain of instruction be- 294. cause not warranted by petition, where evi- om 192 (Tex.Civ.App.) Court may withdraw dence in support thereof admitted without ob- issue from jury, where only one conclusion jection.--Id.

could be reached thereon.-Galveston Electric em 105 (2) (Mo.App.) Objection to plaintiff's Co. v. Marangola, 273 S. W. 311. testimony relating to inadmissibility of employ-ni 194 (12) (Mo. App.) Instruction merely rement certificate held not waived.-Buffum v. quiring jury to determine truth of plaintiff's F. W. Woolworth Co., 273 S. W. 176.

prima facie case of ownership of note held not

error.--Citizens' Bank of Edina v. KriegshausV. ARGUMENTS AND CONDUCT OF

er, 273 S. W. 764. COUNSEL.

Cm 194(15) (Tex.Civ.App.) Error for court to Ono 106 (Mo.App.) Preserving proper conduct charge on any particular state of facts constiat trial and preventing improper statements by tuting negligence.-Galveston Electric Co. v. counsel, within trial court's discretion.-Mor- Marangola, 273 S. W. 311. gan v. Doe Run Lead Co., 273 S. W. 244.

Om 194(18) (Tex.Civ.App.) Charge of court Sun 119 (Tex.Civ.App.) Counsel in argument held not weight of evidence.-Galveston must confine remarks to testimony offered in Electric Co. v. Marangola, 273 S. W. 311. evidence and to issues submitted.-Crow v. Em 194 (19) (Ark.) Instruction taking issue of Monroe, 273 S. W. 886.

employee's duty to discover defect from jury em 125(1) (Tex.Civ.App.) Argument to jury held error, where evidence thereon conflicting. held reversible error as appeal to passion and -McCormack-Reedy Lumber Co. v. Savage, prejudice.-Thetford v. Modern Woodmen of 273 S. W. 1028. America, 273 S. W. 666. Om 1 25(4) (Tex.Civ.App.) Counsel's comment (B) Necessity and Subject Matter. that plaintiff was poor woman and defendantom 203(1) (Mo.App.) Defendant has right to rich man held error as inflaming minds of ju- have his theory of case submitted to jury.ry.-Crow v. Monroe, 273 S. W. 886.

Feurt v. Lotspeich, 273 S. W. 240. On 127 (Mo.App.) Plaintiff's testimony that doctors examining him were sent by insurance (C) Form, Requisites, and Sufficiency. company held not to require mistrial.—Zein v. em 223 (Mo.App.) Court's remark that rePickel Stone Co., 273 S. W. 165.

marks of opposing counsel to each other not to

be considered as evidence held not an oral inVI. TAKING CASE OR QUESTION FROM

struction.-Lumatz v. American Car & Foundry JURY.

Co, 273 S. W. 1089. (A) Questions of Law or of Fact in Gen.

Omw 228(1) (Ky.) Giving of concrete rather eral.

than general instruction on contributory negliOm 139(1) (Tex.Civ.App.) Matters affecting gence not error.-Wener v. Pope, 273 S. W. 92. weight of evidence are for jury's consideration. Com 228(1) (Mo.App.) Instruction not intend-Thetford v. Modern Woodien of America, ed to cover entire case or direct verdict held 273 S. W. 666.

not error because not requiring certain finding C140(2), (Mo.App.) Contradiction in testi- necessary to recovery.-Bluff City Shoe Co. v. mony of plaintiff and his witness was for jury. Levy, 273 S. W. 1086. -Graham v. St. Louis & S. F. Ry. Co., 273 Š. m 228(3) (Mo.App.) Use of word “purpose" W. 221.

instead of "intent" in instruction held not reOmw 141 (Ark.) If testimony is undisputed, and versible error.-First Nat. Bank v. Kibble, 273 all reasonable minds must draw same conclu-S. W. 148. sion of fact therefrom, court has duty to de-232 (2) (Tex.Civ.App.) Duty to maintain clare, as matter of law, conclusion to be watchman at crossings held sufficiently stated reached therefrom.—Chicago, R. I. & P. Ry. in charge.--Wichita Valley Ry. Co. v. Southern Co. y. Daniel, 273 S. W. 15.

(asualty Co., 273 S. W. 680. C 142 (Tex.civ.App.) When evidence is for uw 232(2) (Tex.Civ.App.) Requested special jury or for court stated.—Margules v. Terry, charge as to contributory negligence in cross273 S. W. 690.

ing collision_held properly refused.-Galveston, Cmw 143 (Ark.) Conflicting testimony on ques. H. & S. A. Ry. Co. v. Freeman, 273 S. W. 979. tion of fact raises issue for jury.-Ozark Mut. Ons 232(5) (Mo.App.) Instruction defining Life Ass'n v. Dillard, 273 S. W. 378.

"market value' as applied to other instructions C 145 (Mo.). Refusal of instruction that held misleading.-Electric Products Co. v. St. there was no evidence footboard was defective, Louis Theater Supply Co., 273 S. W. 135. as pleaded. held error:-Bonnarens v. Lead Belt ww233(3) (Mo.App.) Instruction held not erRy. Co., 273 S. W. 1043.

roneous as referring jury to petition or plead

ings.-Carpenter v. Burmeister, 273 S. W. 418. (D) Direction of Verdict.

Rule against reference to pleadings for is178 (Mo.App.) Most favorable and reason snes involved inapplicable to instruction on burable inferences for plaintiff will be drawn on den of proof.-Id.

re

For cases in Dec.Dig. & Am.Dig. Key-No.Series & Indexes see same topic and KEY-NUMBER ww234(1) (Mo.) Trial court held to have, on 260(!) (Mo.App.) Refusal of instruction, properly limited proof of paralysis.-Rosen- covered by instruction given, not error.-Bagby zweig v. Wells, 273 S. W. 1071.

v. Culberson, 273 S. W. 209. On 234(4) (Mo.App.) Instruction, not requir.om 260(8) (Mo.App.) Refusal of instruction ing finding that hypothetical facts stated, if held not error, in view of other instructions.true, constitute negligence, held not error.- Spina v. Union Biscuit Co., 273 S. W. 428. Bagby v. Culberson, 273 S. W. 209.

260(9) (Mo.App.) Requested instruction If hypothetical facts make out actionable neg- held properly refused as covered by given inligence, as matter of law, it is neither neces struction and tending to confuse and mislead sary nor proper to submit question whether jury.--Citizens' Bank of Edina v. Kriegshauser, such facts constitute negligence.-Id.

273 S. W. 764. Om 234 (7) (Mo.) Instruction held properly to 261 (Ky.) Rule, as to instruction on rate place burden of proof.--Scullin Steel Co. v. of speed, where defendant offers incorrect inMississippi Valley Iron Co., 273 S. W. 95. struction thereon, stated.— Wight v. Rose, 273 m234 (7) (Mo.App.) Instructions held

S. W. 472, versible error as leading jury to believe plain-m 267 (3) (Mo.App.) Modification of instructiff could not recover, unless all parties con tion, so as to submit question whether failsented to erasure of names of certain indorsers. ure to look was negligence, held not error. -Miners' & Merchants' Bank of Flat River v. Deming v. Wells, 273 S. W. 128. Richards, 273 S. W. 415. Om 243 (Ky.) Instructions held not contradic (G) Construction and Operation. tory.-Wight v. Rose, 273 S. W. 472. www243 (Mo.App.) Instruction, in action for em 295(1). (Ky.) Instructions must be considinjuries while locking wheels,' held not incon. ered together. - Wight v. Rose, 273 S. W. 472. sistent.--Evans v. Southern Wheel Co., 273 s. 296(1), (Mo.App.) Erroneous instructions W. 749.

not cured by conflicting proper instructions.244(4) (Tex.civ.App.) Charge held not ob- Miners' & Merchants' Bank of Flat River v. jectionable, as emphasizing or reiterating fail. Richards, 273. S. W. 415. ure of defendant to stop car.–Galveston Elec-w296(2) (Mo.) Instruction that acceptance tric Co. v. Marangola, 273 S. W. 311.

of one installment or portion thereof did not waive right to require other installments to be

delivered under contract held not misleading (D) Applicability to Pleadings and Evi

on subject of waiver.-Scullin Steel Co. v. Misdence.

sissippi Valley Iron Co., 273 S. W. 95. Om 250 (ky.) Instruction on employee's duty on 296 (2) (Mo.App.) Erroneous instruction of inspection held improper, where no question not cured by previous correct but inconsistent thereof either in pleadings or evidence.-Rock-ones.-Electric Products Co. v. St. Louis Theport Coal Co. v. Barnard, 273 S. W. 533.

ater Supply Co., 273 S. W. 135. Omw 250 (Mo.App.) Instructions held erroneous Cow 296 (2) (Mo. App.) Erroneous clause of inas insufhcient and improperly calling attention struction not cured by preceding inconsistent of jury to verdict and acts of plaintiff's em- clause. Miners & Merchants' Bank of Flat ployer: -Smith v. Anderson Motor Service Co., River v. Richards, 273 S. W. 415. 273 S. W. 741.

ww296(3) (Ky.) Instruction making it absow251(1) (Mo.) Instructions may not be lute duty of mine owner to maintain roof free broader than petition.-Rosenzweig v. Wells, from hanging slate held erroneous, though other 273 S. W. 1071.

instruction properly defining duty,-Rockport em 251 (3) (Mo.App.). Instruction held proper- Coal Co. v. Barnard, 273 S. W. 533. ly refused as attempting to raise a false issue. ww296(3) (Mo.App.) Instruction submitting -Mount Arbor Nurseries v. New York, C. & issue of employer's negligence in employing St. L. R. Co., 273 S. W. 410.

minor without employment certificate held prej. Om 251 (8) (Mo.App.) Instruction as to con

udicial error.-Buffum v. F. W. Woolworth Co., current negligence of driver of defendant's au- 273 S. W. 176. tomobile and driver of another automobile, ma 296(3) (Mo.App.) Instructions read tocausing collision, held misleading:-Gallagher v. gether held to have correctly stated employer's S, Z, Schutte Lumber Co., 273 S. W. 213.

duty to provide reasonably safe place.-Ray v. mm 252 (20) (Mo.) Instruction on measure of Marquette Cement Mfg. Co., 273 S. W. 1078. damages should be framed to submit question Instruction as to duty of furnishing reasonof permanent injuries only as to such injuries ably safe place to work, if error, held cured by alleged to be permanent.-Rosenzweig v. Wells, defendant's instructions.-IM, 273 S. W. 1071.

Om 296 (7) (Mo.App.) Erroneous instruction Ow252 (20) (Tex.Civ.App.) Refusal

to

in- not cured by instruction in conflict therewith. struct jury not to consider depreciation of - Meadows v. Wabash Ry. Co., 273 S. W. 130. plaintiff's property by reason of injury to street cw296 (7) (Mo.App.) Instruction held not reheld not error, where no damages claimed by versible error as referring jury to pleadings, reason of injury to street.-St. Louis. South- especially in view of other instructions.-Carwestern Ry. Co. of Texas v. Wilson, 273 S. W. penter v Burmeister, 273 S. W. 418. 622.

Cm 296(9) (Mo.) Instruction held not erroneww253(5) (Tex.Civ.App.) Issue of

implied ous,

as assuming negligence of defendant.agreement to look only to assets of company Meyers v. Wells, 273 S. W. 110. for payment of debt held not eliminated by in- 296(11) (Mo.) Instruction held not objecstruction.-Farmers' State Bank & Trust Co. v. tionable, as not requiring finding that loss of Gorman Home Refinery, 273 S. W. 694.

earnings was direct result of injuries comCwa 253(7) (Mo.App.) Instruction held not ob- plained of, in view of another instruction.jectionable as purporting to case and Meyers v. Wells, 273 S. W. 110. omitting contributory negligence alleged.Jackson v. Anderson, 273 S. W. 429.

IX. VERDICT. (E) Requests or Prayers.

(A). General Verdict. Cw255 (2) (Ky.) Instruction, presenting de

for

Cam 343 (Tex.civ.App.) Verdict plaintiff fendant's affirmative contention, must be re

held to determine controverted issue in his faquested.-Jones v. Dalton, 273 S. W. 449. C259(1) (Mo.App.) No duty to give instruc- 273 S. W. 640.

vor.-R. B. George Machinery Co. y. Spearman, tion except when requested in writing.-Traynor v. Wells, 273 S. W. 1100.

(B) Special Interrogatories and Findings. ww260(1) (Ky.) Refusal of instruction, corered by instruction given, not prejudicial error.349 (2) (Ark.) Refusal of request that jury -Hunt v. Callihan, 273 S. W.555.

make special finding of fact held not abuse of

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