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BUILDING ORDINANCE-See MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS (7, 8,
PORATIONS (8, 12).
(6); MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS (9); STREET RAILWAYS (3).
CANCELLATION OF INSTRUMENTS.
Conflicting evidence considered, and held, to be insufficient
to support a decree setting aside a deed of decedent on
the ground of mental incapacity. Griffith v. Fuller, 553.
1. Neither the legislature nor any officer or board of the
State may interfere with the affairs and property of the
tural College, 559.
the workmen's compensation law, Act No. 10, Extra Ses-
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES—Continued.
Michigan Agricultural College is not subject to its terms.
ture is not a servant of the State, within the meaning of
COLLUSION-See DIVORCE (4).
(7); HUSBAND AND WIFE; WITNESSES (4).
ESTATES OF DECEDENTS (8).
CONCLUSIONS-See INSURANCE (5); BILLS AND NOTES (12).
1. Under article 5, 83, of the Constitution, giving to each
county and such territory as may be attached thereto a
must be joined to an entire county or counties to have
3. The apportionment act of 1913 (Act No. 336) contains pro-
visions in violation of the Constitution and is invalid in
[2d Ed.] 88 9532, 9543), charging the directors of a cor-
Co. v. Hicks, 250.
penalty is prescribed as to the individual directors. Id.
day in court, the statute does not violate the constitutional
requirement of due process of law. Id.
the liquor law, 2 Comp. Laws, $ 5386, so as to authorize
liquor traffic. McCabe v. Township Board of Burnside, 683.
employing the word "licensing" in the title of the amend-
CONSTRUCTION OF CONTRACTS–See CONTRACTS (8-10).
CONSTRUCTION OF ORDINANCE-See MUNICIPAL CORPORA-
1. A married woman is not disabled from making a contract
for domestic services and labor to be performed in the
ment. In re De Spelder's Estate, 153.
more stores than the original plan and contract called
cover additional compensation. Johnson v. O'Neill, 326.
made in the original plans and which were agreed upon
the contractor. Id. 327.
ment considered, and held, not to establish a hiring for a
Iron Co., 333.
for a price stated, and it was stipulated as a part of the
Coal Co. v. Consolidated Coal Co., 431.
all language used should be recognized and given a mean-
ing where it is possible. Id. 432.
heirs in their living ancestor's estate are not regarded
to the general rule. Stevens v. Stevens, 439.
the effect of a written contract for the purchase of agri-
Manfg. Co. v. Schneider, 538.
respondence treated the second contract as controlling the
was superseded. Id.
shipped to him under a contract of purchase was correctly
to charge the jury relative to the contention. Id.
6-11, 13, 14); FRAUDS, STATUTE OF (1, 2); LANDLORD AND
CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE-See MASTER AND SERVANT
(14); RAILROADS (1); STREET RAILWAYS (4, 7).
CONVERSION OF TIMBER-See LOGS AND LOGGING (1).
CONVEYANCES-See CORPORATIONS (2); USURY (2).
COPY-See EVIDENCE (13).
1. Where the officers and stockholders of a reorganized cor.
poration knew that one-fifth of the shares of the original
officers. Marsh v. Breen Iron Co., 204.
mining company were not present or represented at a
rights were not affected by the transfer. Id. 205.
to share in the estate were in part infants and did not