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To establish and determine heirship, see De-
see Fraudulent Conveyances, § 115.
Criminal Law, $ 723.
and Error, $8 1026-1073.
inal Law, 8$ 1166–1171.
Proof of execution, and authentication of docu.
See Injunction, $ 175.
Of order appointing administrator, see Execu-
tors and Administrators, § 20.
See Interpleader, $ 33.
See Trial, 8 5.
Insurance premiums, see Insurance, $3 18%.
other, see Courts, $ 488.
See Certiorari; Habeas Corpus; Mandamus,
Law; Indictment and Information ; Jury; Establishment of street, see Municipal Corpo
rations, $ 648.
liquor on prescription, see Intoxicating Liq-
uors, f 155.
the Peace, 88 84, 91.
Appeal and Error, 88 907-934, 1031.
tions, see Criminal Law, $$ 1141, 1141.
states, see Courts, $ 231.
PRINCIPAL AND AGENT.
fer, sufficiency as to creditors or subsequent Regulation of sale of real property by agent as
see Constitutional Law, $ SS.
Agency in particular relations, offices, or oc- | Authority of attorney, see Attorney and Client,
$ 119. To show that plaintiff held title to
as agent of the payee, it is essential to prove
Scotland County Nat. Bank v. Hohn (Mo. App.)
(C) Unauthorized and Wrongful Acts.
Liability of municipal corporation for torts of
officers and agents, see Municipal Corpora-
appoint agents with power to appoint other
$ 169. The owner of land held to have rati-
fied his agent's act in employing a broker to sell
(E) Notice to Agent.
testify against principal as to transactions
$ 190. Evidence held insufficient to show that
a contract for the sale of goods to defendant
by plaintiff was obtained by fraud of plaintiff's
See Guaranty; Indemnity.
Sureties on bonds for performance of duties of
trust or office.
See Sheriffs and Constables, 8 157.
Sureties on bonds in judicial proceedings.
lected by agent, see Limitation of Actions, &
II. NATURE AND EXTENT OF LIA-
BILITY OF SURETY.
8 59. The contract of a surety is to be strict-
v. Byrne (Mo. App.) 810.
$ 75. A surety guarantying the payment of
rent held discharged from liability for the fail-
ure of the landlord to comply with the lease.-
III, DISCHARGE OF SURETY.
$ 99. A surety held discharged by any mate-
$ 99. A surety is discharged by a valid agree-
ment made without his consent, varying the
original contract in any material particular,
whether the change be to his benefit or preju-
(Tex. Civ. App.) 85.
sons by acts or omissions of servants or inde tractor's bond, the sureties held not discharged
of the contracting company should pay it the
first installment of the price, and receive a cred-
it therefor in satisfaction of his personal debt
Realty Co. (Tex. Civ. App.) 85.
IV. REMEDIES OF CREDITORS. PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATIONS.
See Libel and Slander, $ 38.
cation, see Judgment, $$ 673-107.
Of will, see Wills, $$ 222-418.
In particular actions or proceedings.
Criminal prosecutions, see Criminal Law,
Particular forms of urits or other process.
Review of decisions.
Appeal and Error, § 914.
see Judgment, g 17.
IV. ABUSE OF PROCESS.
Wrongful attachment, see Attachment, $ 358.
Prohibitory injunction, see Injunction.
To answer for debt, default, or miscarriage of
another, see Frauds, Statute of, $ 18.
Amendment to conform to proof, see Pleading,
Of loss under insurance policy, see Insurance,
Order of proof, see Criminal Law, $ 687.
Reception of evidence at trial of civil actions
in general, see Trial, $8 76, 89.
Reception of evidence at trial of criminal causes
in general, see Criminal Law, $$ 673, 687.
Act relating to sales of real property by agent
right to use street for purpose other than see Constitutional Law, $ 88.
Administrators, 88 38–43.
Constitutional guaranty of right to acquire, Sale of property of decedent, see Executors and
Taking for public use, see Eminent Domain.
Offenses against or involving property.
See Burglary; Larceny; Malicious Mischief;
§ 4. “Chattels real," "chattels personal," and
"freehold" defined.--Orchard v. Wright-Dalton-
Accompanying assignment of exrors, see Appeal
and Error, $ 742.
Law, $8 210-245.
Walls; Waters and Water Courses.
See Criminal Law, $8 741-764; Trial, 88 139–
Element of manslaughter, see Homicide, $$ 45–
ises, see Landlord and Tenant, § 292.
Homicide, $ 113.
Of injury to passenger, see Carriers, $ 305.
See Theaters and Shows.
Disturbance, see Disturbance of Public Assem-
toxicating Liquors, $ 250.
Levee districts, see Levees, $ 5.
Competency as evidence, see Evidence, $$ 325,
subsequent purchasers, see Fraudulent Con- See Public Lands.
Deeds; Descent and Distribution; Gifts;
See Schools and School Districts, $39.
PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS.
See Carriers; Corporations ; Railroads; Street
graphs and Telephones.
Water companies, see Waters and Water Cours-
es, 88 206, 209.
Dedication of property, see Dedication.
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY.
See Waters and Water Courses, &$ 206, 203.
pal Corporations, $$ 284–567.
See Damages, § 91.
$ 209. Where a Spanish grant vested in the See Sales; Vendor and Purchaser,
By judges, see Judges, & 16.
Indictment or information, see Indictment and
Information, 88 137–147.
See Banks and Banking, $ 22.
QUESTIONS OF LAW AND FACT.
In civil actions, see Trial, $f 139–143, 191-1:4.
In criminal prosecutions, see Criminal Law, $s
See Quieting Title.
Amendment setting up new cause of action, see
Pleading, $ 279.
I. RIGHT OF ACTION AND DEFENSES.
§ 10. If plaintiffs' grantor was in possessios
suficient time under his donation deed from the
state to get title by limitation, it completels in