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plaintiff an unreasonable charge.—Morrell v. 350(3) (N.Y.Sup.) No authority for use of Brooklyn Borough Gas Co., 651.

affidavits on motion for judgment on pleadings.

-Reade v. Halpin, 438. III. PLEA OR ANSWER, CROSS-COM ww350 (3) (N.Y.Sup.) Stipulation regarding PLAINT, AND. AFFIDAVIT

construction of reply may be considered in deOF DEFENSE.

termining motion for judgment on pleadings.(C) Traverses or Denials and Admissions.

Porter v. Lehigh Valley R. Co., 870.

Om 367 (5) (N.Y.Sup.) Omission to state parCmw 125 (N.Y.Sup.) Denial_of conclusions are ticular exception in bill of lading relied on not insufficient.- International Banking Corporation ground for demurrer, remedy being motion to v. Morcott Co., 747.

make definite.-Greenbill v. Delano, 617. w 129(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Allegations not denied are admitted.-International Banking Corpora XIII. DEFECTS AND OBJECTIONS, tion y. Morcott Co., 747.

WAIVER, AND AIDER BY VER

DICT OR JUDGMENT. V. DEMURRER OR EXCEPTION.

Om411 (N.Y.Sup.) Propriety of counterclaim 193(7) (N.Y.Sup.) No demurrer lies to not raised by motion for jury trial on issues of prayer for relief.-Sommer v. Ebrgott, 802.

counterclaims.-Maag y. Maag Gear Co., 630, Om 194(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Omission to state particular exception in bill of lading relied on not

PLEDGES. ground for demurrer.-Greenhill v. Delano, 617.

214(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Demurrer admits state-On 25 (N.Y.Sup.) Pledgee, by permitting sale ments of complaint.--Miller v. International and shipment, loses lien, and cannot stop goods Harvester Co. of New Jersey, 91.

in transitu.--Hunter v. Payne, 433. w214(3) (N.Y.Sup.) Allegation of complaint is admitted by a demurrer.-Morrell v. Brook

POWERS. lyn Borough Gas Co., 651. Om 214(5) (N.Y.Sup.) Allegation that tax was | II. CONSTRUCTION AND EXECUTION. not paid as required by law a conclusion, not admitted by demurrer. -Smyth v. Pure Ice Co. (m 31 (N.Y.Sup.) Power of appointment by of Williamsburg, 305.

will exercised before power was created. ww225(1) (N.Y.sup.) Amendment as of course Title Guarantee & Trust Co. v. Ebaugh, 351. not proper after sustaining of demurrer.-Huebshman v. Kugelman, 447.

PRACTICE.

For practice in particular actions and proceedVI. AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTAL

ings, see the various specific topics. PLEADINGS AND REPLEADER. Om 231 (N.Y.Sup.) Defendant held without

PRESCRIPTION. right, after demurrer sustained, to amend as of See Adverse Possession; Limitation of Actions. course.-Heubschman v. Kugelman, 48. On 237 (6) (N.Y.Sup.) Amendment to conform

PRINCIPAL AND AGENT. to proofs improper, where nature and extent not fixed.-Jacobson y, J. T. Robinson & Son, See Attorney and Client; Brokers; Factors. 883.

I. THE RELATION. IX. BILL OF PARTICULARS AND

(B) Termination, COPY OF ACCOUNT.

w33 (N.Y.Sup.) Principal may revoke simple 318(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Defendant setting up agency, subject to liability for damages.-Kerr contract in counterclaim held entitled to bill of S. s. Co. v. Kerr Nav. Corporation, 646. particulars as to contract set up in reply; "claim."-James T. White & Co. v. Manowitz, II. MUTUAL RIGHTS, DUTIES, AND Miller & Lowe, 411.

LIABILITIES. Om 327 (N.Y.Sup.) Bill of particulars does not

(A) Execution of Agency. enlarge pleading.-A. O. Andersen Trading Co. v. Brody, 383.

68 (N.Y.Sup.) Agent not accountable for C327 (N.Y.Sup.) Bill of particulars is part failure to perform illegal acts.—Hunter v. of pleading, and matter specified therein is Payne, 433. pleaded, when complaint justifies bill.-Gainer III. RIGHTS AND LIABILITIES AS TO y. Hines, 768.

THIRD PERSONS. X. FILING, SERVICE, AND WITH

(A) Powers of Agent. DRAWAL.

Om 101(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Employé not authorized Cam338 (N.Y.Sup.) Answer raising no issue to modify contract as to delivery of goods.need not be accepted. --International Banking W. J. Crouch Co. v. Farrell, 561. Corporation v. Morcott Co., 747.

Om 103(7), (N.Y.Sup.) Possession alone does

not authorize sale. --Stanton v. Hawley, 41). XI. MOTIONS.

www 116(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Undisclosed limitations

of authority inoperative.-Cohen v. American C350 (3) (N.Y.Sup.) Allegations not extend- Ry. Express Co., 601. ed by affidavit or evidence on motion for judg124 (2) (N.Y.sup.) Employé held not to hare mont.-A. 0. Andersen Trading Co. v. Brody, authority as a matter of law to vary employer's 383.

contract.-W. J. Crouch Co. v. Farrell, 504. Bill of particulars construed with pleading on am 137(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Principal held not esmotion for judgment.--Id.

topped from denying authority of agent to make C350(3) (N.Y.Sup.) Defendant's motion for sale.--Stanton v. Hawley, 415. judgment on the pleadings admits facts in com- Cw137(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Buyer not estopped to plaint.--Mulligan v. Bond & Mortgage Guaran-deny authority of its agent to modify contract. tee Co., 429.

|-W. J. Crouch Co. v. Farrell, 564.

INDEX-DIGEST

Sales For cases in Dec.Dig. & Am.Dig. Key-No.Series & Indexes see same topic and KEY-NUMBER (B) Undisclosed Agency.

VI. CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE, Ci 143(4) (N.Y.Sup.) Undiclosed principal en

AND EQUIPMENT. titled to benefits of provision in transportation 96 (N.Y.Sup.) No legal highway, over railcontract with agent. -Greenhill v. Delano, 617. road lands effected where no sufficient notice (C) Unauthorized and Wrongful Acts.

given.--In re Overheiser Road in Town of Han

over, 483. Cm16072 (N.Y.Sup.) Agent known to be acting for himself, or to have adverse interest,

REAL ACTIONS. cannot bind principal. --Stanton v. Hawley, 415.

See Ejectment; Partition.
PRINCIPAL AND SURETY.

RECEIVERS.
See Indemnity.

V. ALLOWANCE AND PAYMENT OF PROHIBITION.

CLAIMS.

163 (N.Y.Sup.) Parties to accounting en1. NATURE AND GROUNDS. titled to notice of motion to recover fund.Can I (N.Y.Sup.) Writ commands person not to Martin v. Morse, 441. do something which he is about to do.-People ex rel. Halperin v. Strabl, 710.

RECORDS. 5(1) (N.Y.) Court of Appeals will not an. ticipate erroneous rulings by Peacemakers See Appeal, ww494–714. Court.-People ex rel. Mulkins v. Jimerson, 229 N. Y. 438, 128 N. E. 593.

RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. Omw 5 (3) (N.Y.Sup.) Granted to prevent justice from granting motion to vacate warrant in m3! (2) (N.Y.Sur.) Incorporated boards ausummary proceeding.–People ex rel. Halperin thorized to enforce payment of note.-In re v. Strahl, 710.

Conger's Estate, 74. Om 10(1), (N.Y.Sup.) Only issued against tribunal without jurisdiction.-People ex rel. New

REPLEVIN, ton v. Special Term, Part 1, Supreme Court, New York County, 193.

VI. TRIAL, JUDGMENT, ENFORCE

MENT OF JUDGMENT, AND
PROMISSORY NOTES.:

REVIEW.

106 (N.Y.Sup.) Money judgment for plainSee Bills and Notes.

tiff only on defendant's inability to put plain

tiff in possession.-Burman v. Michaels, 414. PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. See Municipal Corporations, w346-591.

REVENUE.

See Taxation.
PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS.

REVIEW.
See Carriers; Electricity; Gas; Railroads;
Street Railroads.

See Appeal; Certiorari.
QUANTUM MERUIT.

REVIVAL.
See Work and Labor.

See Abatement and Revival, C71-75.

RAILROADS.

RIOT. See Street Railroads.

wow I (N.Y.Sup.) No degrees of offense.--Peo

ple v. Brown,' 165. I. CONTROL AND REGULATION IN

Om2 (N.Y.Sup.) No justification for riot by GENERAL.

strikers that authorities ignored offenses by 5 (N.Y.Sup.) Subject to Legislature's re-others.-People v. Brown, 105. served powers. New York Cent. R. Co. v.6 (N.Y.Sup.) Evidence sufficient to show a Middleport Gas & Electric Light Co., 221. riot.-People 1. Brown, 165. E512, (New, vol. 6A Key-No. Series]

Finding of participation in riot sustained by (N.Y.Sup.) Status of soldier, injured

evidence.-Id. while transported on road under federal control, held that of passenger,---Gainer v. Hines,

RIPARIAN RIGHTS. 768.

See Navigable Waters, 39-44.
V. RIGHT OF WAY AND OTHER IN-
TERESTS IN LAND.

ROADS.
C-75(5) (N.Y.Sup.) Lawful occupation of See Highways.
street presumed from construction under per.
mit and long use.-Jamestown, W. & N. W. R

SALES.
Co. v. City of Jamestown, 545.
Oww77 (N.Y.Sup.) Cannot complain of use by

See Vendor and Purchaser.
electric company of highway crossing tracks.
New York Cent. R. Co. v. Middleport Gas &

I. REQUISITES AND VALIDITY OF Electric Light Co., 221.

CONTRACT. Ci 79 (N.Y.Sup.) City council's record as to Cil (4) (N.Y.Sup.) Mere indefiniteness as to granting of permit to occupy street must be amount of goods does not render contract inovercome by proof.-Jamestown, W. & N. W. valid.-Phillips-Jones Co. v. Reiling & Schoen, R. Co. v. City of Jamestown, 545.

1387.

Sales

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ed on

II. CONSTRUCTION OF CONTRACT.

(B) Lien, C55 (N.Y.Sup.) Contract of sale held to be 313 (N.Y.Sup.) Delivery to carrier is de. treated as Virginia one, governed by common- | livery to purchaser, and seller loses lien. law rules.-Bernhardt Lumber Co. v. Metzloff, Hunter v. Payne, 433. 289. Cm81 (2) (N.Y.Sup.) Delivery must be made (C) Recovery of Goods Delivered or Prowithin reasonable time.-Phillips-Jones Co. v.

ceeds Thereof. Reiling & Schoen, 387.

Em 316(1). (N.Y.Sup.) Failure to pay gives ww85(2) (N.Y.Sup.) No benefit to seller from seller right to retake or replevin.-Hunter 5. reservation in buyer's letter head.-Bernhardt | Payne, 433. Lumber Co. v. Metzloff, 289. 85(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Contract held condition (E) Actions for Price or Value.

defendant's ability to perform.-Roy w 347(3) (N.Y.Sup.) Plaintiff entitled to reRealty Co. v. B. Altman & Co., 458. Cw85(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Contract exempting sell- of consideration.-S. & B. Knitting Mills v. Sol

cover pro tanto, where there is partial failure ers from liability for nondelivery held not to permit arbitrary refusal to deliver.—Sparks v. 355(4) (N.Y.Sup.) Variance betweep sale

omon, 591. B. Brown, Inc., 557. w85(3). '(N.Y.Sup.) Inspection to be at des- agreement pleaded and that proved held fatal tination, in absence of contrary agreement.-A. -Smigel, v. Friedman-Wallach Co., 708. 0. Andersen Trading Co. v. Brody, 383.

www359(!) (N.Y.Sup.) Evidence insufficient to

show tender back of all goods for which note III. MODIFICATION OR RESCISSION was given.-S. & B. Knitting Mills v. Solomon,

591. OF CONTRACT.

Cm359(3) (N.Y.Sup.) Evidence held not to (B) Rescission by Seller,

prove buyer's agreement to pay government Cm98 (N.Y.Sup.) Refusal to receive install- tax.-J. Wolkind & Co. v. R. & W. Cloak & ment held not breach.-David Schwartz Co. V.

Suit Co., 460. Brander & Curry, 639.

Omw 365 (N.Y.Sup.) Where only question was Demand for goods after time for delivery did whether goods were accepted or rejected, rernot release seller.-Id.

dict allowing for defects in quality was error.107 (N.Y.Sup.) By notification as to due Kaplan Bros. & Brondsky v. Schwartz, $33. date seller waived requirement of payment, and could not put buyer in default without reasou

VIII. REMEDIES OF BUYER. able notice.-Helfant v. Manhattan Paper Co.,

(A) Recovery of Price. 611. (C) Rescission by Buyer.

Cum 396 (N.Y.Sup.) Complaint praying recovery

of payment in excess of merchandise delivered ~133 (N.Y.Sup.) Buyer, who refused to ac- held insufficient.-Grober v. Kent Ave. Wreckcept return of goods, cannot be made bailee.- ing Co., 336. Kronish v. Simon Ginsburg & Bro., 583.

(C) Actions for Breach of Contract. IV. PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACT.

411 (N.Y.Sup.) Complaint not alleging de(C) Delivery and Acceptance of Goods.

fendant's ability to perform insufficient.-Rog Cm. 172 (N.Y.Sup.) Seller not excused by bap- Realty Co. v. B. Altman & Co., 458. pening of contingencies not contracted against. 417 (N.Y.Sup.) Prima facie proof made of -Bernhardt Lumber Co. v. Metzloff, 289. damages for failure to deliver.-Phillips-Jones Om 182(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Dismissal of complaint Co. v. Reiling & Schoen, 387. for nondelivery at end of plaintiff's case held m418(12) (NY.Sup.) Cuyer, who sustained error.--David Schwartz Co. v. Brander & Cur- no actual loss beyond vague loss of profits by

failure to deliver, held entitled ouly to nomiral (D) Payment of Price.

damages.-Bernhardt Lumber Co. v. Metzloff,

289. En 188 (N.Y.Sup.) Buyers not entitled to dis---J. Wolkind & Co. v. R. & W. Cloak & Suit See Husband and Wife, 278, 279. count, notwithstanding their deduction thereof.

SEPARATION. Co., 460.

190 (N.Y.Sup.) Buyer entitled to treat seller's debt as equivalent to cash payment.-

SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM. Hunter v. Payne, 433.

II. SUBJECT-MATTER. Cmw 195 (N.Y.Sup.) Buyer justified in withholding payments as protection against threat-w29(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Damages for nondelivery ened default.-Bernhardt Lumber Co. v. Metz- of machines proper counterclaim in suit for loff, 289.

stock in payment for machines.-Jaag v. Maag Cw196 (N.Y.Sup.) Buyer's defaults in paying Gear Co., 630. for installments, not relied on, did not justify m34(I) (N.Y.Sup.) Motion for leave to plead rescission, where refusal to proceed was based counterclaim unrelated to cause of action prop. on other grounds.-Bernhardt Lumber Co. v. eriy denied.- Woolson Spice Co. v. Columbia Metzloff, 259.

Trust Co., 184. Shipment, after buyer in default on install-w34(I) (N.Y.City Ct.) Court without juris. ments, a waiver.-Id.

diction of counterclaim based on transaction Em 196 (N.Y.Sup.) By notification as to due distinct from case alleged.--Republic of France date seller waived requirement of payment. v. Pittsburgh Steel Export Co., 280. Helfant v. Manhattan Paper Co., 611.

C46(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Individual claims of de

feudant against plaintiff, seeking admeasureVII. REMEDIES OF SELLER. ment of dower, held not properly made.- Bon(A) Stoppage in Transitu.

ert v. Bonert, 274. C291 (N.Y.Sup.) Right of stoppage exists only when buyer is insolvent.-Hunter v.

Payne,

SEWERS. 433.

See Drains.

ry, 639.

or

INDEX-DIGEST

Statutes Construed
For cases in Dec.Dig. & Am, Dig. Key-No.Series & Indexes see same topic and KEY-NUMBER
SHIPPING

VI. ACTIONS.
I, REGULATION IN GENERAL.

w 177 (N.Y.Sup.) Claims on file when statute

took effect need not be refiled. -Cooper-Snell
E39/2 [New, vol. 8A Key-No. Series)

Co. v. State, 149.
(N.Y.Sup.) Emergency Fleet Corpora-Omm184 (N.Y.Ct.CI.) Evidence on claim for in-
tion may be sued in state courts.-Ingersoll- jury in sham battle held not to show it was
Rand Co. v. U. S. Shipping Board Emergency caused by state militia.-Lavenia v. State, 108.
Fleet Corporation, 272.

184 (N.Y.Ct.CI.) Statute authorizing Court

of Claims to hear claims of contractors con-
VII. CARRIAGE OF GOODS. strued.--Callanan v. State, 688.
CW 145 (N.Y.Sup.) Provision that freight is

Premium for compensation insurance obtained
fully earned before loading is valid. -Greenhill by contractors under Workmen's Compensation
v. Delano, 617.

Law not recoverable from state.-Id.

Omw 184 (N.Y.Ct.CI.) Printed typewritten
SLANDER.

signature of notice of claim sufficient.-Hood v.

State, 814.
See Libel and Slander.

Signature to notice of claim at end of verifi-
cation held sufficient.-Id.

Claim against state may be signed by one of
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.

two claimants.-Id.
1. NATURE AND GROUNDS OF REM-

Notice of claim sufficient, where it calls mat-
EDY IN GENERAL,

ter to attention of state.-Id.

w 184 (N.Y.Ct.CI.) Claim on account of shoot-
Cm 6 (N.Y.Sup.) Lack of mutuality no defense, ing into crowd by national guardsmen, injuring
after full performance. --Stone v. 434 Broadway claimant, held just and equitable.-- Lorich v.
Realty Corporation, 116.

State, 818.
Cw16 (N.Y.sup.) Relief may be refused, where
it would work hardship.-Levell & Weisch Real-

STATUTE OF FRAUDS.
ty Co. v. Leggett, 163.
On 17 (N.Y.Sup.) Not available to assignee, See Frauds, Statute of.
who did not assume obligations.-Schuyler v.
Kirk-Brown Realty Co., 35.
17 (N.Y.Sup.) Remedy not available to as-

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS.
signee, who did not assume obligations of con See Limitation of Actions.
tract.- 328 East Twenty-Sixth St. Realty Co.
v. Kahn, 95,

STATUTES.
II. CONTRACTS ENFORCEABLE. For statutes relating to particular subjects,

see the various specific topics.
Cwm 64 (N.Y.Sup.) Covenant of lease requiring
surrender may be specifically enforced.-Levell
& Weisch Realty Co, v. Leggett, 163.

VI. CONSTRUCTION AND OPERA-

TION.
IV. PROCEEDINGS AND RELIEF. (A) General Rules of Construction.
Om 126(3) (N.Y.Sup.) Complaint not demur-w181(1) (N.Y.City Ct.) Construed to effec-
rable, though plaintiff is not entitled to specific tuate intention of lawmakers.-Hein v. Standard
performance.--Schuyler v. Kirk-Brown Realty Die & Tool Works, 78.
Co., 95.

ww225 (N.Y.City Ct.) Laws in pari materia
mw 127(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Motion for mandatory construed with reference to each other.-Hein
injunction denied, and security for loss or dam- / v. Standard Die & Tool Works, 78.
age required.-Levell & Weisch Realty Co. v.
Leggett, 163.

STATUTES CONSTRUED.
STATES.

CONSTITUTION.
III, PROPERTY, CONTRACTS, AND Art. 1, $ 6–128 N. E. 677, 229 N. Y. 460.
LIABILITIES.

Art. 3, $ 19--184 N. Y. S. S1S.

Art. 5, § 9-181 N. Y. S. 133.
112 (N.Y.Ct.CI.) Not liable for negligence Art. 6, § 6–194 N. Y. S. 193.
unless immunity is waived.-Lavenia v. State, Art. 7, § 9-184 N. Y. S. 720.
108,
112 (N.Y.Ct.CI.) Not liable for negligence, Art. 8. § 9-184 N. Y. S. 688.

Art. 8 $ 1--184 N. Y. S. 221.
in absence of statute.-Learn v. State, 281.
Ew!12 (N.Y.Ct.CI.) Exempt from liability for Art. 12, $ 2–184 V. Y. S. 254.
negligence of officers and employés.-Borden v.

CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE.
State, 285.

§ 190, subsec. 1. Amended by Laws 1917, ch.
IV. FISCAL MANAGEMENT, PUBLIC 290-181 N. Y. S. SO2.
DEBT, AND SECURITIES.

$ 264—184 V. Y. S. 139, 814.

$ 338–184 N. Y. S. 77.
Como 119 (N.Y.Ct.CI.) Allowance of claim as mor-
al obligation held not a gift, in contravention of $ 362–184 N. Y. S. 715.
Constitution.--Callanan v. State, 688.

$$ 380, 382–184 N. Y. S. 81.
$ 382, subsec. 5–184 N. Y, S. 145.

$ 432–184 N. Y. S. 457.
V, CLAIMS AGAINST STATE.

§ 432, subsec. 3-151 Y. Y. S. 162.
Cms 175 (N.Y.Ct.CI.) Amendment of claim after $ 449–181 N. Y. S. 056.
trial, to include ground waived by counsel, not $ 488, subsec. 4-184 Y. Y. S. 327.
allowed.--Empire State Railroad Corporation $ 501–184 X. Y. S, 274, 630.
v. State, 234.

§ 531-184 X, Y, S. 411.

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Statutes Construed

184 NEW YORK SUPPLEMENT

$. 533--184 N. Y. S. 335.

CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE.
$ 542–185 N. Y. S. 48, 447.

$8 50-54, 64-184 N. Y. S. 254.
$ 547–184 N. Y. S. 429.

$$ 248, 252-267, 313–184 N. Y. S. 165.
8 610--184 N. Y. S. 367.

$$ 326, 327–184 N. Y. S. 270.
8 623–184 N. Y. S, 338.

$ 331-184 N. Y. S. 353.
$ 636–184 N. Y. S. 558, 845.

§ 527–184 N. Y. S. 114.
636, subsec. 2–184 N. Y. S, 845.
723—184 N. Y. S. 234, 321.

CONSOLIDATED LAWS.
724–184 N. Y. S. 152.
$8_755, 760—184 N. Y. S. 159.

Canal Law (Ch. 5).
8 768---181 N. Y. S. 490.

$ 2—184 N. Y. S. 281.
$ 784184 N. Y. S. 321.

15, subsec. 3–184 N. Y. S. 281,
$ 820—184 N. Y. S. 311.

$8 47, 121–184 N. Y. S. 281.
$8854-859--184 N. Y. S. 518.
$8 872, 873–184 N. Y. S. 39.

Conserration Law (Ch. 65).
$8963, 965–184 N. Y. S. 644.

§ 50 (subsec. 32 added by Laws 1917, ch. 266.
8 968–184 N. Y. S. 630.

§ 1)-184 N. Y. S. 281.
$ 969–184 N. Y. S. 644,

$ 62. Amended by Laws 1916, ch. 451–184 N.
88 970, 973, 974–184 N. Y. S. 630.

Y. S. 281.
$ 977--181 N. Y. S. 315.
$ 1009–184 N. Y. S. 216.

Decedent Estate Law (Ch. 13).
8 1021-184 N. Y. S. 315.

Ch. 13–18+ N. Y. S. 538.
| 1207–184 N. Y. S. 604.

$ 16–181 N, Y, S. 399.
8 1233–184 N. Y. S. 634,

$ 21–184 N. Y. S. 187, 536.
$ 1241, subsec. 4–184 N. Y. S. 473.

$ 29-184 N, Y. S. 551.
$ 1317–184 N. Y. S. 472.
88 1340, 1342–184 N. Y. S. 44.

Domestic Relations Law (Ch. 14).
$ 1391–181 N. Y. S. 225.
§ 1531a added by Laws 1920, ch. 947-184 N. § 5, subsecs. 1, 2–184 N. Y. S. 38.
Y. S. 516.

$ 5 (subsec. 3 added by Laws 1893, ch. 601)-
$ 1632–184 N. Y. S. 840.

184 N. Y. S. 38.
$$ 1670, 1674184 N. Y. S. 77.1.

$ 7–184 Y. Y. S. 134.
$$ 1747, 1748–184 N. Y. S. 134.

$ 52–181 N. Y. S. 2.
§ 1766-184 N. Y. S. 464.
$ 1771–184 N. Y, S. 464, 512.

Drainage Law (Ch. 15).
$ 1778–184 N. Y. S. 78.

§ 30-184 N. Y. S. 687.
$ 1919–184 N. Y, S. 840.
2231-184 N. Y. S. 700.

General City Law (Ch. 21).
2231, subsec. 1--184 N. Y. S. 516.

88 6–8–184 N. Y. S. 518.
2231 (subsec. la added by Laws 1920, ch.
942)-184 N. Y. S. 308, 516, 868.

General Construction Law (Ch. 22).
$ 2231, subsec. 2–184 N. Y. S. 516.

$$ 93, 94—181 N. Y. S. 308.
§ 2231, subsec. 2a. Amended by Laws 1920,
ch. 945–184 N. Y. S. 516.

General Corporation Law (Ch, 23).
$ 2233--184 N. Y. S. 516.
§ 2234-184 N. Y. S. 710.

§ 91a-184 N. Y. S. 484.
$$ 2235, 2251–184 N, Y. S. 516.

$ 170—184 N. Y. S. 753, 778.
$82261, 2262–184 N. Y. S. 304.

$ 171–184 N. Y. S. 753.
8 2265-184 N. Y. S. 710.

$ 174–184 N. Y. S. 778.
§ 2265, subsec. 2–184 N. Y. S. 304.

Highway Law (Ch. 25).
$ 2357–184 N. Y. S. 330.
88 3159, 3165, 3166—184 N. Y. S. 78.

$ 2, subsec. 5–184 N. Y. S. 281.
8 3228–184 N. Y. S. 481.

§ 59a added by Laws 1910, ch. 701–184 Y. Y.
3229–184 N. Y. S. 257.

S. 740.
3230—184 N. Y. S. 338.

$ 151–128 N. E. 677, 229 N. Y. 460.
8 3239-184 N. Y. S. 505.

$ 176–184 N. Y. S. 281, 285.
3251-184 N. Y. S. 338, 634.

$ 305, subsec. 1–184 N. Y. S. 751.
3333–184 N. Y. S. 327.
3317-184 N. Y. S. 78.

Indian Laro (Ch. 26).
3369128 N. E. 677, 229 N. Y. 460.

§ 46—128 N. E. 593, 229 N. Y. 438.
$ 3530—184 N. Y. S. 277.

Insanity Law (Ch. 27).
Code of Ciril Procedure, $8 2112-2771, as $S 80-99–184 N, Y. S. 438.
Amended and Renumbered in 1914
(Surrogate's Code).

Insurance Law (Ch. 28).
SS 2476, 2477--181 N. Y. S. 40.

$ 58_-184 N. Y. S. 898.
$ 2.510 -184 N. Y. S. 429.

$ 70—184 N. Y. S. 345.
§ 2588. Amended by Laws 1914, ch. 413-181
N. Y. S. 277.

Judiciary Laro (Ch. 30).
$ 2611-181 N. Y, S. 185, 399.

$ 15–181 N. Y. S. 40.
8 2039_181 N. Y. S. 429.

$ 752--128 N. E, 675, 229 N. Y. 452.
$ 26744184 N. Y. S. 5.11.
$ 2080-184 N. Y. S. 232.

Labor Law (Ch. 31).
88 2089, 2739-184 N. Y, S. 278.

C. 31–18+ N. Y. S. 503.
$ 27-12-184 N. Y. S. 61.

§ 20. Amended by Laws 1913, ch. 492–184 Y.
$ 2759-184 N. Y. S. 311.

Y. S. 118.
$ 2770-18+ N. Y. S. 39.

$$ 70, 93—181 N. Y. S. 374.

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