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STATUTES. License tax on steamship agents as inter-`
Judicial review of, see COURTS. ference with interstate commerce, see Presumption and burden of proof as to, COMMERCE.
see EVIDENCE. Italic type indicates points with annotation;
roman type, points without.
Quo warranto as proper remedy to en
force forfeiture, see Quo WARRANTO. Lease. Forfeiture of franchise as terminating
rights of lessee. 34-1408.
Statutes, see STATUTES.
tice of contents. 34-834.
from taration. 34-635 (case p.
628). Exemption of Y. M. C. A. or Y. W. C. A. from taxation.
34-1067 (case p. 1060). Tax exemption generally. 34-628, 1060. Re-enactment. Title of, see ante. Implied re al. Conflict between statutes, later as pre
vailing. 34-826. Game law fixing open season as repeal
ing prior statute empowering commission to close an open season. 34
826. Suspension. Game commission's suspension of statute
establishing open season. 34-826. Legislative act, suspension of statute as.
Breach of peace by insulting epithets
shouted at strike breakers, see BREACH OF PEACE.
Bankrupt's refusal to obey, as ground for
denying discharge, see BANKRUPTCY.
Disregarding corporate existence in case
commerce, see INTERSTATE COMMERCE.
owner of property from liability, see
Exemption of charitable organization STOCKHOLDERS.
from succession tar. 34-677 (case
p. 625). See CORPORATIONS.
Exemption of gift to foreign charitable
Exemption of Y. M. C. A. or Y. W. O.,A. STREET RAILWAYS.
34-1076. Paving between track as condition of
right to use street, see PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS.
SUNDAY. Quo warranto to street railway company, see Quo WARRANTO.
Bailee's liability for conversion or negli
gence as affected by Sunday lau'. Forfeiture of franchise.
31-762 (case p. 759). Forfeiture of street railway franchise for
Bathhouse proprietor's liability for propbreach of condition. 34-1413 (case
erty of patron deposited on Sunday. p. 1408).
34-759. Injury to rights of other municipalities
as affecting right to forfeit franchise. 34-1408.
SUPERSTITION. Lessee's rights as terminated by forfeiture of franchise, see post.
Fraud in use of mails for sale of articles Paving between tracks, forfeiture for having superstitious associations, see breach of duty as to. 34-1408.
"property” in provisions relating to
grantee in a deed in consideration of
erty. 34-136 (case p. 133). Preference of legacy for support as re
gards abatement. 34-1266 (case
p. 1245). Revocation of deed because of breach of
covenant or agreement for support, see DEEDS.
See PRINCIPAL AND SURETY,
Of insurance policy, see INSURANCE
charitable organization rentals being
tion. 34-1060. Charitable organizations. 34-636 (cases
pp. 625, 628). Foreign charity as within exemption.
34-625. Inability to separate exempt portions of
building from nonexempt portions.
34-1060. Inheritance or succession tax, exemption
from, see SUCCESSION TAXES. Presumptions and burden of proof as to,
see EVIDENCE. Primary use to which property is put as
determining question of exemption.
34-628. Public improvement assessments, exemp
tion from, see PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. Strict construction of exemption,
(case p. 1060).
ministrator before bringing action to recorer taxes against property of decedent. 34-387.
Liability of surveyor who makes a cer.
tificate or report, to third person who acts in reliance thereon. 34-77.
Of action, see ABATEMENT AND REVIVAL
right to, on death of beneficiary, see
See WORDS AND PHRASES.
Income tax, see INCOME TAXES.
TENANTS IN COMMON. Succession taxes, see SUCCESSION TAXES.
See COTENANCY. Equality; uniformity; taxation accord
ing to value,
PRINCIPAL AND in proportion to value. 34-719.
Street closed by town authorities and
temporarily made part of school playDamages, time for which recoverable, see ground, trespass in entering on. DAMAGES.
34-267. Executor or administrator, time for suit
against, see EXECUTORS AND ADMIN-
Breach of peace by abusive language ad
dressed to, see BREACH OF PEACE. Marriage promise, time for performance
of, see BREACH OF PROMISE. Presentation of claim against decedent's estate, time for, see EXECUTORS AND
Evidence, see EVIDENCE.
Jury, see JURY.
Pleading, see PLEADING.
Witnesses, see WITNESSES.
Argument and conduct of counsel. Evidence as to, sufficiency, see EVIDENCE.
First raising question as to, on appeal,
see APPEAL AND ERROR. Executory contract of sale as affecting
Waiver or cure of error as to, see APPEAL title to real property, see VENDOR AND PURCHASER.
AND ERROR. Quieting title, see CLOUD ON TITLE.
Custody of jury. Statute, title of, see STATUTES.
New trial because unsworn attendant was Vendor's title, see VENDOR AND PUR
placed in charge of jury, see New
Separation of jury.
Discretion of court as to, see APPEAL AND TOMBSTONES.
First raising question as to, on appeal, see Preference of legacy for erection of, as
APPEAL AND ERROR.
New trial because of, see New TRIAL.
see APPEAL AND ERROR.
Request that jury be kept together, neces
sity of. 34-1102. Action for, see CASE.
Reversal because of, see APPEAL AND Conspiracy, see CONSPIRACY.
Separation of jury in criminal case. 34- - repetitions.
1115 (cases pp. 1102, 1109). General rule as to refusal of duplicate inWaiver of right to have jury kept to
struction. 34-162. gether by failure to request. 34- Reasonable doubt, error in giving repeat1102.
ed instructions as to, see APPEAL AND Waiver or cure of error as to, see APPEAL
ERROR. AND ERROR.
- as to presumptions and burden of Communications with jury.
proof. General rule as to duty to avoid private
Bailee's negligence. 34–162. communication with jurors. 34-712. - credibility of witnesses. Judge's visit to jury room in absence of Indefinite instruction as to effect of ciraccused and counsel. 34-96.
cumstances to make testimony of sinNew trial because of, see NEW TRIAL
gle witness more convincing than that
of several testifying to contrary. Prejudicial error as to, see APPEAL AND 34-1102.
- limiting to issues and proof. PEAL AND ERROR.
Manslaughter, refusal to charge on, in
absence of pertinent evidence, 34Questions for jury.
1109. Foreign lau', determination of question
as to reasonable doubt. relating to, as one of law or of fact.
Prejudicial error as to, see APPEAL AND 34-1447 (case p. 1444).
ERROR. - credibility of witness.
self-defense. General rule. 34-550.
Waiver or cure of error as to, see APPEAL
AND ERROR. - contributory negligence. Automobile, negligence of person injured Findings by court. by. 34-1507.
Appellate review of, see APPEAL AND ER
ROR. - self-defense. Question whether cautious and prudent Verdict or findings of jury. man would have killed under circum
Direction of verdict, see ante. stances of case.. 34-1477.
New trial for matters as to, see New
TRIAL. - delivery and acceptance.
Prejudicial error as to, see APPEAL AND Bathhouse attendant, delivery of jewelry ERROR. to, by patron. 34-759.
Testimony or affidavits of jurors to imNonsuit.
peach verdict, see NEW TRIAL.
breach of contract to pay for, in cor-
TROVER AND CONVERSION. Withdrawal of juror. Newspaper headline regarding accused as Bailee's liability for conversion, see BAILground for withdrawal of juror in
MENT, homicide case. 34-1109.
Injunction against interference with Trial by court.
property as conversion thereof. 31
726 (case p. 721). Bill of exceptions as necessary to bring
up question for review, see APPEAL Malice as element of conversion. 34-721. AND ERROR.
Probable cause, want of, as element of Motion for new trial as necessary to raise conversion of property by securing
question for review, see APPEAL AND injunction against its removal. 34 ERROR.
Sunday law,, violation of, as defense to Instructions.
liability for conversion, see SUNDAY. Exceptions to instructions, necessity of,
see APPEAL AND ERROR. Prejudicial error as to, see APPEAL AND ERROR.
TRUCKS Waiver or cure of error as to instructions, see APPEAL AND ERROR.
Automobile trucks, see AUTOMOBILES, ETC. Italic type indicates points with annotation; roman type, points without.