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For cases in Dec.Dig. & Am.Dig. Key-No.Series & Indexes see same topic and KEY-NUMBER
Cw211 (Or.) Subtitle, adopted by compiler,m225. (Nev.) In case of ambiguity, construc,
has no legislative force.-Upham v. Bramwell, tion adopted should accord with intent and
100.

meaning of all_statutes on the subject under
w211 (Or.) That title would include legisla- consideration.-In re Lavendol's Estate, 237.
tion not enacted no evidence that it was in-m22512 (Utah) Rule of construction as to
tended.-Carson v. Olcott, 610.

general and special statutes stated.-Salt Lake
w214 (Or.) Magazine article held not author- City v. Salt Lake County, 207.
ity as to meaning.–Camas Stage Co. v. Kozer, Em 232 (Okl.) Proviso falls with statute re-
95.

pealed.-Harrison v. Harrison, 737.

125

302 395.

280
714 / 442

714 § 473.
298 $ 539

294 $ 579.

STATUTES CONSTRUED.
UNITED STATES. $ 4620.

300 CODE OF CIVIL PROCE-
$$ 7623, 7624, 10295. 604

DURE.
CONSTITUTION.

§ 85.

575
Amend. 14
.34, 95, 777
TREATIES.
$ 128, subsecs. 4, 5.

82
Amend. 18
1099

$ 170, subsec. 4..

1005
Art. 1, § 8

95
Great Britain, 1899, March $ 171..

363
Art. 1, § 10

449
2, arts. 1, 2, 31 Stat.

$8 274, 274a, 274b.

82
1939

865
$281.2

363
PENAL CODE.

$$ 318, 319, 322,

576
Act 1909, March 4, ch. 321, 35

ARIZONA.
$ 338.

995
Stat. 1088.

341 (subsec. 3 added by
604 REVISED STATUTES 1913. Laws 1917, p. 381)..... 367

$ 351.

576
STATUTES AT LARGE.

CIVIL CODE
$ 377..

45

379
1789, Sept. 24, ch. 20, 1 Pars. 447, 453, 454...
Stat. 73. Amended 1887, Par. 528.

283
411, subsec. 3.

576

$ 414.
March 3, ch. 373, § 1, 24

302
Pars. 558, 565.

357
Stat. 552;

$ 438; subsec. 2.
Pars. 596, 1231.

23
Act 1888,

361
Aug. 13, ch. 866, 25 Stat. Par. 1262..
433
312 Par. 1625.
283 88 469, 470.

85
1867, March 2, ch. 177, 14 Par. 2424.

31
Stat. 541...
900 Pars. 3153–3179.

80
1887, March 3, ch. 373, 8
Par. 3157.

249

280 88 540, 552, 555.
1, 24 Stat. 552.
312 Par. 3380.

.357, 1012
Par. 3671.

§ 585, subsec. 1.

876
1888, Aug. 13, ch. 866, 25

307
$ 657.

714
Stat. 433..
312 Par. 4882.

892
1890, May 2, ch. 182, & 31,

Par. 5190.

876

657. Amended by Laws

1919, p. 141.....
296

45
26 Stat. 94.
. 1040 Pars. 5273, 5282.

$ 663.
1898, June 28, ch. 517, 8 Par. 5328..

876

576
$ 690.

360
11, 30 Stat. 497..
163

$.752.

367
1901, March 1, ch. 676, 31

941b.

557
Stat. 861..

CALIFORNIA.
163

945.

360
1901, March 1, ch. 676, 8

949. Amended by Laws
28, 31 Stat. 869..

CONSTITUTION.

163
1902, June 30, ch. 1323, $

1921, p. 95..

.1017
Art. 1, § 11.

34

953a..
6, 32 Stat. 501. Repeal-

557
Art. 1, § 13.

353
963..

374
ed by Act 1916, June 16, Art. 6, Š 4.

77 88 974, 1085.
ch. 3335, $$ 13, 21, 34

219
Art. 6, § 442. .259, 548, 560 $ 1086..
Stat. 275, 277..

256
737 | Art. 6, § 22.

908
1902, June 30, ch. 1323, 8 Art. 11, $ 5.

993
$ 1192.

551
16, 32 Stat. 503.
325 | Art. 11, § 6.

74
$ 1203.

908
1902, July 1, ch. 1375, 32 Art. 11, $ 8.

64
$ 1209, subsec. 13.

363
Stat. 716.
. 1040 Art, 11, § 9.

993
$8 1365, 1379..

356
1902, July 1, ch. 1375, 8 Art. 11, $ 11.

220
$ 1948..

892
21, 32 Stat. 718.. . 1040 Art. 13, § 14.

553
1961.

999
1906, April 26, ch. 1876,

8 1963, subsec. 15.
34 Stat. 137..
325

$ 1963, subsec. 25.

892
1906, April 26, ch. 1876, §

CIVIL CODE.
1963, subsec. 33.

60
23, 34 Stat. 145. Amend-

995 $ 2061....

268
ed 1908, May 27, ch. 199, $ 128.

361
§ 8, 35 Stat. 312.. 168 128 (proviso added by

PENAL CODE.
1908, May 27, ch. 199, $ 8, Laws 1911, p. 686).

361 $ 31.

538
35 Stat. 312.
168 $ 172. Amended by Laws § 266g.

248
1909, March 4, ch. 321, 35 1891, p. 425.

251 $ 470.

88
Stat. 1088. See Penal 8 172. Amended by Laws $ 476.

.1027
Code.

1917, p. 829...
251

.1035
1916, June 16, ch. 3335, 88 $ 172a.

251 / 88 950-952.

381
13, 21, 34 Stat. 275, 277 737 | 286..

3638 954..

40, 266, 1035
1919, Oct. 28, ch, 85, 41 $8 779, 1007.

576 $ 971..

538
Stat. 305.. ...683, 1099 $ 1142.

. 1024 8 977.

899
$ 1170.
908 & 1004.

381
JOINT RESOLUTIONS.

$$ 1460, 1466..
592 $ 1073, subsec. 2..

259
1917, Oct. 5, 40 Stat. 343 300 8 1479.

.1024 8 1076.

259
§ 1512.
390 $ 1093.

560
REVISED STATUTES.

1550.

36 8 1105..

.560, 1029
$ 1657.
2322

68 $ 1127.

266, 560
283
$ 1659.
899 $ 1137.

266
2324

300
$ 1668.

381
COMPILED) STATUTES 1916 $2368. subsecs. 2, 3.

88 2338, 2339.

85
58

POLITICAL CODE.
OR 1918.

$8 2955, 2969.
$ 1010

557 88 1196, 1197, 1203, 1205,
312 $ 3440..
.55, 246 1206, 1211...

57
§ 4618
283 8 3442.
251 | $$ 3197, 3199...,

42

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363 Š 1187

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$ 19.

869.

36 $ 1185.

976

791

60

60

501

$$ 3771, 3776, 3780, 3785 892 1984,

632 , 1917, ch. 80, $ 4.

976
§ 4041b. Amended by Laws

2067

788 1919, ch. 98, § 3..
1919, p. 1336.... 993 $$ 4027, 4032.

641 | 1919, ch. 276..

665
$$ 4470, 4533.

804
GENERAL LAWS.

6866.

644
Act 3927....

377
6867 et seq..

644

MONTANA.
6868..

644
CITY CHARTERS.
7274. Amended by Laws

CONSTITUTION.
1911, p. 679..

788 Art. 8, § 15......... 599
Oakland, art. 13, 88 30, 38,

88 7276-7278.
73, 80. Laws 1919, p.

REVISED CODES 1907.
1369

1008

LAWS.
Oakland, art. 15, $ 102.

$ 7099....

... 599
Laws 1919, p. 1369.....1008 1899, p. 309...

808
1911, pp. 527, 531, 88 1, 7 869 REVISED CODES 1921.
LAWS.

1911, p. 540, § 1, subsec.
4

..1060
$ 576.

810
1889, p. 70..
377

..1052

$S 1015, 1019, 1173.
1891, p. 425.

1911, p. 679..
251

788
1913, p. 481, § 35. Added

$8 8534, 8596...

..1054
1897, p. 255, $ 5. Amend-

8756, 9500..
by Laws 1917, p. 418, 8 1 640

.1062
ed' by Laws 1915, p. 1368 709 1915, p. 495, 8 12......

9088.
810

599
1911, p. 530..
553

10661.
1917, p. 126...

987
40

804
1911, p. 599..

10976..

989
1911, p. 686..

1917, pp. 127, 129, 88 3, 7,
361
10. 11..

..1052

$8 11688, 11702..
1913, p. 20..

804
.1017

12125...

987
643

1917, p. 343, $ 3..
1913, p. 1379, § 18.. 549

1917, p. 418, Š 1..

640
1915, pp. 157, 158, 166, S8

1919, p. 461..
586

639
60, 61a, 75.

NEVADA.
1919, p. 467, 8 7.

639
1915, p. 397. Amended by
Laws 1917, p. 382...55, 209 1919, pp. 720, 742, 88 52,

1919, p. 700..

642 REVISED LAWS.
1915, p. 401, § 8. Amend-

1531..

712
102
ed by Laws 1917, p. 391,

803

5288. Amended by Laws
8 7...

1920–21, ch. 21.

237
1915, p. 406, 8 20. Amend-

IDAHO.
8$ 5699, 5709..

712
ed by Laws 1919, p. 215,

8$ 5957, 5958, 6202.

237
$ 12..

60

CONSTITUTION.
1915, p. 411, § 24. Amend-

LAWS.
Art. 1, § 16.

449
ed by Laws 1917, p. 408,

1915, ch. 142, § 1. Amend-
§ 18...

COMPILED STATUTES 1919. ed by Laws 1919, ch.
1915, p. 705, 8.11. . 1006

237

..1045
1915, p. 706, § 13, subsec.

§ 626.

454

1917, ch. 155, $ 12e.
3
.1006 88 1277, 1281, 1282. 723

Amended by Laws 1920-
1915, p. 706, § 14.
..1006 $ 1948.

892
21, ch. 248..

501
1915, p. 1368..
709 $8_4772, 4773, 4775.

.1066 1917, ch. 155, $ 22..
1917, p. 333, 88 4, 5..
586 $ 5037.

273 1919, ch. 237..

1045
1917, p. 333, § 5. Amend- $ 6890.

721 1920-21, ch. 21.

237
ed by Laws 1919, p. 459,

7152.

598
1920–21, ch. 248.

501
$ 3...
586 7153.

886
1917, p. 335, $ 7..

.721, 1071
1917, p. 381..
367 i § 7335.

721

OKLAHOMA.
1917, p. 382..
55, 209, 999 $ 7935.

.1068
1917, p. 391, § 7..
60 / $ 7974.

727

CONSTITUTION.
1917, p. 401..
999 $ 8379,
449 Art. 2., & 6...

742
1917, p. 408, § 18..
60 $ 8966.
889 Art. 2, § 7.

929
1917, p. 673..
.34, 36 $$ 9008, 9010...

892 | Art. 2, $ 20.

779
1917, p. 673, & 2..
34 88 9017, 9018, 9023..

889 Art. 5, $8 32, 46, 59. 228
1917, p. 829..
251

Art. 6, § 1.

932
1917, pp. 846, 847, 874, 88

LAWS.
Art. 6, $$ 11, 12..

94
17a, 18b, 64e..
31 1921, ch. 42......

449 Art. 7, $ 2..

.742, 749
1917, p. 1363, & 28.. 548 1921, ch. 94.

723 Art. 7, Š 12.

.430, 439
1919, p. 141..
45

Art. 10, § 21.

749
1919, p. 215, $ 12..
60

Art. 12, & 2

746
1919, p. 281...

.1023
KANSAS.
Schedule, $ 2....

737
1919. p. 281, § 2, subsecs.
1-5
381 CODE OF CIVIL PROCE-

REVISED LAWS 1910.
1919, p. 459, $ 3..

586

DURE.
1919, pp. 1252, 1256, 88 2,

$ 15..

822 $8_137, 138. Amended by
12
550 $8 117, 121.

668

Laws 1917, ch. 192, & 2 181
1919, p. 1336..
993 $ 305...
977 $$ 608-646

925
1919, p. 1369, art. 13, 88

$8 860-870

646
30, 38, 73, 80..

.1008
GENERAL STATUTES 1915. 88 975, 976..

773
1919, p. 1369, art. 15, $

$ 3351.

820
986.

764
102
.1008 Š 5505.

818

1005. Amended by Laws
. 1017 $ 6905, subsec. 5.

822
1916, ch. 20.

. 1039
1921, p. 1217, § 23.. 575 $$_7009, 7013.

668
$$ 1140-1188

729
1921, pp. 1235, 1239, 1241, § 7205.

977
8 1143..

746
8$ 4, 10, 15, 16.
896 Š 7603.

818
88 2336, 2344.

783
1921, p. 1294...
550 Š 8872.

665
$$ 2348, 2350.

334

2434.
$8 8891, 8905.
974

967

2765.
COLORADO.
$8 8913, 8914.
665

224
2852.

773
974
$8 8938, 8939.
CONSTITUTION.

3339.

430

4644.
Art. 2, § 16........... 791

742
LAWS.
4645.

749
REVISED STATUTES 1908.

1911, ch. 218. Amended 88 4646, 4647. 742, 749
by 'Laws 1913, ch. 216.. 658 Šš 4648, 4650..

742
$ 1538.
800 1913, ch. 216..
658 4791..

429
$ 1950
512 | 1917, ch. 80.
976 $ 4799, subsec. 2.

769

586 ! $ 7154..

1921,

p. 95.

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100 $ 602..

.1086

704

729 10272.

1917, pp.

4965.
440 87.
871 | 1919, ch. 78

627
4986.
321 123.
120 1921, chs. 81-83

627
Š$ 4993, 5016....
327 $ 387.
474 1921, ch, 91

883
5236.
414 $ 422.

483
5238. Amended by Laws 83 539, 540.

875
1917, ch. 219..
319 8 548.

231

WASHINGTON.
§ 5242. Amended by Laws $ 554.

478
1917, ch. 218.
327 $ 555.

94

CONSTITUTION.
$ 5244..
327 716
107 | Art. 1, $87, 9..

889
8 5738.
779 727
462 Art. 2, § 1c..

683
$$_5795, 5796, 5799. 189 Š 868, subsec. 4.

349 Art. 2, & 33.

865
§ 5848..
226 $ 939.

311
ŠS 5858, 5861...
184 Š 1091..

486, 604 REMINGTON & BALLIN-
$ 5991..
194, 655 $ 1096.

486

GER'S CODE.
$$5992, 5997.
178 § 1340..

90
§ 6255.

271
6005.
429 $ 1424.

120

6604-3. Amended by
6026 et seg.
783 & 1458.

467
6099.,

Laws 1921, p. 720, $ 2.. 683
1898 1537.

616
88 6210, 6211.
168 88 1854–1856.

871 REMINGTON'S CODE 1915.
7374..
749 $ 2370..
467

535
7553. Amended by Laws $$ 2550-2563.

$ 159...

231
1919, ch. 42, & 1.
929 88 45884591.

479 $8 209–1, 209–2...1097, 1099
$ 7930. Amended by Laws § 6220. Amended by Laws

§ 282..

837
1919. ch. 59, $ 1... 179 1921, p. 596.
8$ 8065, 8066, 8069, 8079– $6223..

100 $$ 718, 721, 722, 725. .1112
8090

849
932 SS 6614, 6617, 6619, 6620 470 $81050, 1051, 1059.
8341.
417 88 6838-6854

467
§ 1162.

530
8348.
651 $ 7105..

607

8 1716, subsec. 3..
8348, subsec. 4.

149
651 SS 7826, 7848..

1929..

679
$$ 7988-7990

614
2290.

689
LAWS.
$ 8028..

462
2440.

518
3665
483

861
1910–11, ch. 10....
$$ 10272-10278.

3670.
1913, ch. 246, $ 4. Amend-

156

674
4137 et seq..
483

17
ed by Laws 1915, ch. 105 414 8 10273..

4145...

17
1915, ch. 105
414

6604-2. Amended by
1915, ch. 246 ...398, 400

LAWS.
1915, ch. 246, art. 1, $ 3.. 927 1915, p. 297

Laws 1919, p. 340, § 1;

479
1915, ch. 246, art. 2, § 1.

Laws 1920–21, p. 719, 8
1917, p. 66
231 1

20
Amended by Laws 1919,

617, 618, 88 12-
ch. 14, § 4..

886604—6.

1102
398
15

479 Š 66048. Amended by
1915, ch. 246, art. 2, § 6.

1921, p. 359

608
Amended by Laws 1919,

Laws 1917, p. 487, § 5.,1112
ch. 14, § 9..
1921, p. 361, $ 5.

530
....400, 775 1921, p. 361, § 7.

608, 610 88 7070–7079
498 $ 7150, 7162..

8
1915, ch. 246, art. 2, § 6,
1921, p. 362, § 10. 611 8°7892—40

1
subsec. 3. Amended by
Laws 1919, ch. 14, § 9,

1921, p. 596
100 Š 8005.....

700
1921, p. 707. Amended by $ 8369..

692
subsec. 3.

398
Laws 1921 (Sp. Sess.) p. $$ 9112, 9113..

833
1915, ch. 288, 8 21.

430
23

95 $ 9235...
1916, ch. 20

853
.1039 1921, p. 718, § 4.

95
1917, ch. 162

9257. Amended by Laws
932 1921, p. 728. § 25. Amend-

1917, p. 417..

1
1917, ch. 192, & 2

181
ed by Laws 1921 (Sp. $8 9270, 9271..

1
1917, ch. 218

327

Sess.) p. 24, $ 3.. 94
1917. ch. 219

319, 1921, pp. 729, 734, 739, 88
1917, ch. 260
944

REMINGTON'S COMPILED
26, 37, 51..

95
1919, ch. 14

STATUTES.
653 1921 (Sp. Sess.) p. 5.

611
1919, ch. 14, § 4.

$ 391..

849
398 1921 (Sp. Sess.) P. 6.

610
1919, ch. 14, $ 9.....400, 775 1921 Sp. Sess.) p. 23.

88 1188, 1190.

. 1087

95
1919, ch. 14, & 9, subsec. 3 398 1921 (Sp. Sess.) p. 24, 8 3 95
1919, ch. 14, § 10.

LAWS.
318, 738, 927

1915, p. 2

683
1919, ch. 42, $ 1.

929
UTAH.

1915, p. 15, $ 17h added
1919, ch. 59, $ 1.

179
1919, ch. 60, $ 2...

by Laws 1917, p. 60, $ 11 855
193
CONSTITUTION.

1915, p. 15, § 23. Amend-
1919, ch. 199

228 Art. 6, $$ 22, 23, 26..... 207 ed by Laws 1917, p. 61, $
1919, ch. 274
932 Art. 11, § 5...

207

.843, 855
1921, ch. 25
749

1915, p. 49

525
1921, ch. 25, $$ 6-8. 749
COMPILED LAWS 1917. 1915, p. 52, § 7..

525
1921 (Ex. Sess.) ch. 199, $
1

1915, p. 52, § 7. Amend-
207

337
$ 3002.

ed by Laws 1919, p. 203,
$ 1....

525
8 3140, subsec. 5. Amend-
OREGON
ed by Laws 1919, ch. 63 337 1917, P. 60, § 17h.

1917, p. 60, § 11.

855

.523, 683
88 3970–3990. Amended by
CONSTITUTION.
Laws 1919, ch. 78; Laws

1917, p. 61, § 12. .843, 855

1

1917, p. 417
Art. 4, § 20
479 1921, chs. 81-83..

627
1917, p. 447

700
Art. 7, § 3c
.344, 718 S 4448. Amended by Laws

700
Art. 11c

1917, p. 448, 8 4.
498, 610, 611
1921, ch. 91.

883

1917, p. 487, § 5.. .1112
88 6102, 6103, 6105.

207
OLSON'S OREGON LAWS.

525
86619,

624

1919, p. 203, & 1..
1919, p. 340, § 1.

20
6.

474
A LAWS.
1921, p. 156

865
29.
497

1921, p. 157, § 2

865
72.
156 1917, p. 418, 8 1........ 640 1921, p. 719, Š 1.

20
74.
100 | 1919, ch. 63
337 | 1921, p. 720, 2.

683

12

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STIPULATIONS.

VIII. COLLECTION AND ENFORCEMENT

AGAINST PERSONS OR PEROm 14(11) (Utah) Deferring hearing on issue

SONAL PROPERTY. of damages in injunction action did not defeat (C) Remedies for Wrongful Enforcement. court's right to determine issue.-Utah Oil Refining Co. v. District Court of Salt Lake Coun-Cro. 605 (Okl.) Remedy in the Supreme Court ty, 624.

against illegal taxation extends only to persons Stipulation and order gave defendant right to affected by state tax.-El Reno Wholesale Groset up defense on deferred issue of damages. cery Co. v. Taylor, 749. --Id.

Om611 (4) (Okl.) Proceedings to enjoin un. en 17(3) (Or.) Courts pass upon facts, and lawful levy of state tax may be brought by any cannot be limited by stipulation.--State v. person affected.-El Reno Wholesale Grocery Funk, 113.

Co. v. Taylor, 749.

Ow611(5) (Wash.) Complaint to enjoin colSTREET RAILROADS.

lection of taxes on ground of excessive valua

tion held to state cause of action.-Finch v. II. REGULATION AND OPERATION.

Grays Harbor County, 833. Om 85(4) (Cal.App.) Rights of automobile bus 61!(6) (Wash.) Evidence held to prove asdriver and motorman not equal.-Bibby v. Pa- sessor's valuation excessive.-Finch v. Grays cific Electric Ry. Co., 387.

Harbor County, 833. ww 90(4) (Cal.App.) Motorman may

Evidence that other platted land was assessautomobile driver will use care.-Bibby v. Pa- ed at same rate as plaintiffs unplatted land cific Electric Ry, Co., 387.

not admissible, on issue of whether plaintiff's Cm 99 (10) (Cal.App.) Automobile bus driver land was given excessive valuation.- Id. negligent in failing to see street car.-Bibby v. Ono 611(7) (Okl.) Collection of entire state Pacific Electric Ry. Co., 387.

levy of taxes enjoined if wholly illegal.- El

Reno Wholesale Grocery Co. v. Taylor, 749. SUPERSEDEAS.

X. REDEMPTION FROM TAX SALE. m3 (Wash.) Power of Supreme Court to Om696 (Cal.) Law at time of tax sale governs grant supersedeas on denial of temporary in- right of redemption.-Biaggi v. Ramont, 892. junction a matter of discretion.-State v. Su-m708(1) (Wash.) Statute requiring payperior Court of Pacific County, 704.

ment of assessments before foreclosure of de

linquency certificate does not apply to certifiSURETYSHIP,

cates held by the county-Maryland Realty

Co. v. City of Tacoma, 1. See Principal and Surety.

Om708(4) (Wash.) Personal service not re

quired in proceeding to foreclose delinquency TAXATION,

certificate.-Maryland Realty Co. v. City of

Tacoma, 1. See Highways, em 127.

XI. TAX TITLES. I. NATURE AND EXTENT OF POWER IN

(A) Title and Rights of Purchaser at Tax GENERAL 28 (Okl.) Power to levy tax not delegated of delinquency certificate, that sale was sub

Cm733 (Wash.) Announcement, on foreclosure to Board

of Equalization.-El Reno Wholesale ject to assessments not binding, when property Grocery Co. v. Taylor, 749.

bid in by county.–Maryland Realty Co. v. City JII, LIABILITY OF PERSONS AND PROP

of Tacoma, 1. ERTY.

On 743 (Wash.) Foreclosure of delinquency

certificate by county, and subsequent sale by (D) Exemptions.

county, gives title free from lien.-Maryland w 193 (Or.) Statute imposing privilege tax Realty Co. v. City of Tacoma, 1. and exempting property from ad valorem tax valid.-Camas Stage Co. v. Kozer, 95.

(B) Tax Deeds.

en 745 (Cal.) Tax deed from collector to the V. LEVY AND ASSESSMENT,

state only deed authorized at time of tax sale. (A) Levy and Apportionment. -Biaggi v. Ramont, 892. Cmw 302 (Okl.) Board of Equalization authoriz

TENANCY IN COMMON. ed to add 20 per cent. to levy, only when levy

J. CREATION AND EXISTENCE. is necessary for expenses of state government. -El Reno Wholesale Grocery Co. v. Taylor, S3 (Mont.) Agreement to stake prospectors 749.

for interest in claims located creates cotenancy, Equalization Board in estimating, amount not a mining partnership.-O'Hanlon v. Ruby state may expect other than from tax levy must Gulch Mining Co., 1062. include unexpended cash balance on hand.-Id.

II. MUTUAL RIGHTS, DUTIES, AND LIA

BILITIES OF COTENANTS. (C) Mode of Assessment in General. Emo 348 (Wash.) Improper to consider use to mo!4 (Cal.) Act of cotenant in exclusive poswhich land could be put by cutting it into small is an actual ouster. --Akley y. Bassett, 576.

session manifesting intent to hold exclusively tracts and selling it at a large figure.-Finch v. Grays Harbor County, 833.

Rule of ouster by tenant in common inappli

cable, where possession not instituted as such (D) Mode of Assessment of Corporate

tenant.-Id. Stock, Property, or Receipts.

Com 14 (Or.) No ouster when will was equiv.

ocal as to whether testator recognized anoth373 (Cal.) Statutory requirement that as

er's interest in land.-Currey V. Smith, 232. sessor notify state board of nonoperative property reported to state as operative held man- titioned for sale held not ouster of one owning

That executor inventoried property and pedatory.--Great Western Power Co. of Califor- undivided interest with the testator.-Id. nia v. City of Oakland, 553.

Omar 15(1) (Cal.) When tenant in common ac

quires title by prescription stated.-Akley v. (F) Equalization of Assessments.

Bassett, 576. 448 (Okl.) Duties of Board of Equalization 15(2) (Or.) Acts of dominion sufficient to prescribed by statute held not to exceed

consti- bring notice home to cotenant sufficient to contutional authority.-El Reno Wholesale Grocery stitute adverse possession.-Currey V. Smith, Co. v. Taylor, 749.

232.

For cases in Dec.Dlg. & Am.Dig. Key-No.Series & Indexes see same topic and KEY-NUMBER Ca 15(4) (Cal.) Effect of ouster of infant m54(1) (Colo.) Court not required to advise stated.--Akley v. Bassett, 576.

jury, at time of admission of evidence, as to w 15(5) (Cal.) When possession of tenant in particular phase of case to which evidence was common adverse to other cotenants stated.- applicable.-McAllister y, McAllister, 788. Akley v. Bassett, 576. o 15(7,8) (Or.) Son held charged with con- (B) Order of Proof, Rebuttal, and Restructive notice of father's deed of undivided

opening Case. interest under which mother took exclusive pos. Cum 59(2) (Or.) Order of proof is within dissession.-Currey v. Smith, 232.

cretion of trial court.-Hansen-Rynning v. OreStatute not prevented from running because gon-Washington R. & Nav. Co., 462. of ignorance of interest.-Id.

Om66 (Wash.) Permitting plaintiff suing to Cum21 (Okl.) Subject to rights of cotenants, enjoin collection of taxes to reopen case to each tenant in common equally entitled to ben-prove payment of previous taxes held not, erefits of common property.–Kerfoot v. Green- ror.-Finch v. Grays Harbor County, 833. lee, 444. w22 (Mont.) Indebtedness

of one cotenant to (C) Objections, Motions to Strike Out, and another will not relieve the creditor from doing

Exceptions. his share of the representation work on mine 91 (Or.) No error to refuse to strike out claim.-O'Hanlon v. Ruby Gulch Mining Co., evidence given without objection when offered. 1062. 35 (Okl.) Cotenants may dispose of inter- Hospital, 344.

-Derrick v. Portland Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat est without regard to his cotenant.-Kerfoot v. Greenlee, 444.

V. ARGUMENTS AND CONDUCT OF Tenant in common owes no duty to his co

COUNSEL. tenant as to disposition of interest.-Id. Om 38(5) (Cal.) Delay of 17 years held laches Cow I 21(1). (Kan.) Argument referring to tesbarring action for recovery of possession.-Ak- timony admitted for limited purpose on state

ment of counsel, for different purpose error.ley v. Bassett, 576.

Hanks v. Yellow Cab & Baggage Co., 977. TORTS.

125(2) (Wash.) Remarks of counsel in ar

gument to jury as to credibility and integrity See Assault and Battery Om 15-43; Fraud, of Japanese people held improper.-Interna

Om 18-64; Malicious Prosecution, ema8-48; tional Lumber Export Co. v. M. Furuya Co.,
Municipal Corporations, w729-819; Negli- 858.
gence, Om 67–141; Trespass, Om 10-40;
Trover and Conversion.

VI. TAKING CASE OR QUESTION FROM

JURY. TRADE-MARKS AND TRADE-NAMES (A) Questions of Law or of Fact in Gen.

eral. AND UNFAIR COMPETITION. II. TITLE, CONVEYANCES, AND CON- Om 139(1), (Okl.) Where plaintiff establishes TRACTS.

facts precluding recovery, demurrer to evidence

will be sustained.-Williams v. Williams, 769. On 23 (Cal.App.) Use of trade-name by one w 139(1) (Okl.) Demurrer to evidence reanot true owner may be restrained.--Evans v. sonably supporting sufficient petition should be Shockley, 42.

overruled.-Mills v. Stewart, 770. 33 (Cal.App.) Trade-name may be trans

Not error to refuse to direct verdict for de. ferred separately from the business.-Evans v. defendant where petition sustained by compe. Shockley, 42.

tent evidence.--Id. TRESPASS.

Om 139(1) (Okl.) Demurrer to evidence rea

sonably supporting sufficient pétition should be 1. ACTS CONSTITUTING TRESPASS AND overruled.-Mills v. Williams, 771. LIABILITY THEREFOR.

Where plaintiff establishes case by competent Oslo (Or.). Breaking and entry gist of action. evidence, not error to deny defendant's request -Nally v. Richmond, 871.

to direct verdict.-Id.

139(1) (Okl.) Demurrer to evidence of deII. ACTIONS.

fendant's counterclaim held proper.--Eves Tall (B) Jurisdiction, Parties. Preliminary Chief v. Aaron, 915.

Proceedings, and Pleading. 40(4) (Or.) Complaint held insufficient to

(D) Direction of Verdict. chargé trespass by "searching" premises.- 169 (Or.) In absence of proof of represenNally v. Richmond, 871.

tative character of plaintiff 'suing as a trustee,

court should direct a verdict for defendant.TRIAL.

Parks v. Keeney, 497. See Continuance; Costs; Criminal Law,

Pa 178 (Ariz.) On motion for directed verdict, 619-878; Jury; New Trial; Venue.

only facts tending to support plaintiff's case For trial of particular actions or proceedings,

considered.-Arizona Power Co. v. Hayes, 280. see also the various specific topics.

VII. INSTRUCTIONS TO JURY,
For review of rulings at trial, see Appeal and
Error.

(B) Necessity and Subject-Matter,

w203(1) (Okl.) Instructions failing to subIII, COURSE AND CONDUCT OF TRIAL IN mit with fairness both parties' theories erroneGENERAL.

ous.-J. Crouch & Son v. Huber, 764. On 29(3) (Wash.) Court's remark, "The ju- Omw203(2) (Colo.) Consideration for contract rors are the judges," on recross-examination of held to follow from verdict for share of cominfant, held not prejudicial.-Corum v. Blom- mission sued for, so that court properly refused quist, 702.

to submit question to jury.-Davies v. Everett,

799. JV. RECEPTION OF EVIDENCE.

C206 (Wash.) Refusal of requested charge (A) Introduction, offer, and Admission of that evidence of verbal admission should be scruEvidence in General.

tinized closely proper.-Allison v. Bartelt, 863. 37 (Cal.) Omission to assume burden of proof waived by proceeding as if issues were

(C) Form, Requisites, and Sufficiency. properly presented.-Ogilvie v. Ætna Life Ins. Com 228(1) (Cal.App.) Refused instruction conCo. of Hartford, Conn., 26.

cerning auto driver's rights with reference to 209 P.-74

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