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Automobile driver's negligence, see AUTO- Raising question for appeal by motion for MOBILES, ETC.

new trial, see APPEAL AND ERROR. Bailee's liability for negligence, see BAILMENT.

For matters as to jury.

Unsworn attendant in charge of jury. Bathing resort proprietor's liability for,

34-1507. see BATHHOUSES, ETC. Bill or note, carelessness of purchaser, see - communications with jury. BILLS AND NOTES.

Communication between juror and witness. Carrier's liability for, see CARRIERS.

34-712. Contracts limiting liability for, see CON- Communications between jurors and TRACTS.

others as ground for new trial in Evidence as to, sufficiency, see EVIDENCE.

criminal

34-103 (case

96). Highway, negligent injury by animal and

vehicular traffic, see HIGHWAYS AND Reversal because of communications with STREETS.

jurors, see APPEAL AND ERROR. Indorser's negligence in examination of

- separation of jury. draft, see BILLS AND NOTES.

Criminal case, new trial because of sepaPresumptions and burden of proof as to, ration of jury. 31-1115 (case p. see EVIDENCE.

1102). Italic type indicates points with annotation: roman type, points without.

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Acknowledgment, liability of notary tak-

OIL.
ing, see ACKNOWLEDGMENT.

Adjoining landowner's liability for casting

oil on neighbor's property through

mining operations, ADJOINING
NOTES.

LANDOWNERS.

Damages for injury to property by per-
See BILLS AND NOTES.

mitting oil to How onto it, see DAM-

AGES.
Guaranty of drilling of oil well, see GUAR-

ANTY.
NOTICE.

In mines generally, see MINES.
Attorney's lien, notice of, see ATTORNEYS.
Bona fide character of holder of commer-

OPINION EVIDENCE.
cial paper as affected by knowledge,

see BILLS AND NOTES; CHECKS.
Evidence as to, see EVIDENCE.

See EVIDENCE.
Judgment as binding on persons having

notice of action, see JUDGMENT.
Presumption and burden of proof as to,

OPPROBRIOUS WORDS.
see EVIDENCE.

Breach of peace by, see BREACH OF PEACE.
of danger.
Highways, notice of condition as neces-

sary to render abutting owner liable
for injury from ice formed on side-

ORAL EVIDENCE.
walk as result of artificial conditions
on his premises. 34-422.

See EVIDENCE.
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Parties plaintiff.

PENALTIES.
Injunction bond, who may sue on, see IN-
JUNCTION.

Equal protection and privileges as to, see
--- joinder.

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.
Mutuality of interest, necessity of. 34-336. Liquidated damages and penalties distin-
Privity of contract, necessity of. 34-336.

guished, see DAMAGES.
Parties defendant - joinder.
Conspiracy to slander, joinder in suit for,
of individuals not connected with the

PERFORMANCE.
conspiracy. 34-336.
Dismissal of some defendants as affected Contracts generally, see CONTRACTS.

by misjoinder of parties, see DISMIS- Specific performance, see SPECIFIC PER-
SAL OR DISCONTINUANCE.

FORMANCE.
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PERSONAL JUDGMENT.

Mortgagor, personal judgment against, on

foreclosure, see MORTGAGE.

PERSONAL LIABILITY.

Stockholder's personal liability, see COR-

PORATIONS.

PERSONAL PROPERTY.

Damages for injury to or destruction of,

see DAMAGES.
Sale of, see SALE.

- prayer.
Nature of case as affected by prayer.

34-838.
Relief, consideration of prayer in deter-

mining. 34–838.
- in action on covenant.
Warranty, necessity of alleging eviction

in action for damages for breach of.

34-1425.
estates of decedent.
Presentation of claim prior to commence-

ment of suit, failure of pleading to

show, 34–352.
Pleas and

answers - - what must be
pleaded.
Mortgage foreclosure by assignee, ne-

cessity of pleading breach by nominal

mortgagee. 34-980.
Cross bill.
Appearance of party brought in by cross

complaint as waiver of defects, see

APPEARANCE.
Jury trial of issues raised by cross com-

plaint in foreclosure, see JURY.
Scope, relation to subject-matter of origi-

nal complaint. 34–980.
- to bring in new parties.
Necessity of presence of parties sought

to be brought in by cross complaint.

34-980.
Demurrer – what admitted by.
General rule that all well pleaded allega-

tions are admitted. 34-1489.

PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE.

See EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS.

PERSONNEL.

Changes in personnel of business as ter-

minating contract of employment, see
CONTRACTS.

PHOTOGRAPHS.

Evidence, photographs as, see EVIDENCE.

PHYSIOLOGICAL DECEPTION TEST.

PLEDGE AND COLLATERAL

SECURITY.

See EVIDENCE.

or.

PILOT.

Judgment in action by pledgee of note
against maker as binding on pledge-

34-154.
Presentation of claim to executor or ad-

ministrator of pledgeor before bring-
ing suit. 34-382.

Aeroplane pilot's recovery under Work-

men's Compensation Act, see WORK-
MEN'S COMPENSATION.

PNEUMO-REACTION TEST.
PLACE.

Evidence by means of physiological or
Indictment, allegations as to place of psychological deception test, see Evi-
crime, see INDICTMENT, ETC.

DENCE.
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34 A.L.R.-100.

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Pecuniary condition generally, see PE-

CUNIARY CONDITION.

PRESUMPTIONS.

Appellate court's presumptions, see AP-
POWER.

PEAL AND ERROR.

Appellate court's review of inferences by
Delegation of, see CONSTITUTIONAL LAW. trial court from facts found, see AP-
Duress by power company, see ASSUMP-

PEAL AND ERROR.
SIT.

Generally, see EVIDENCE.
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