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SERVITUDES.

SHIPPING.

SIGNATURES.

statute fixes the character of the action and the Of bill of exceptions, see Exceptions, Bill ot,
declaration cannot be sustained independently $ 1.
of the statute.-Velthouse y. Alderink (Mich.) |
76.

SHERIFFS AND CONSTABLES.
SEPARATION.

Sheriff's deed as color of title, see Adverse Pos-
See Husband and Wife, $ 4.

session, § 1.

§ 1. Compensation.
SERVICE.

**Under Code, $ 511, and Code Supp. 1902,

$ 510a, uncollected sheriff's mileage at the end
Of papers on appeal or writ of error, see Ap- of the year in which the services were rendered
peal and Error, $ 4.

belong to the county, and not to the sheriti.-
Of process, see Process, $ 2.

Cremer v. Wapello County (Iowa) 954.

$ 2. Powers, duties, and liabilities.
SERVICES.

An action against a sheriff for conversion in

selling property of the debtor, which was subject
See Work and Labor.

to a chattel mortgage, when brought within
three years thereafter, was not barred under
Rev. Laws 1905, $ 4077.--Adams v. Overboe

(Minn.) 496; Canfield v. Bodkin Minn.) 498
See Easements.

*A sheriff held not guilty of conversion of
property taken and sold under execution when

found in possession and under the control of
SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM. the execution debtor.-Mariner V. Wasser (N.

D.) 343.
In action on note, see Bills and Notes, $ 6.

§ 3. Liabilities on official bonds.
§ 1. Subject-matter. •

Under Rev. Laws 1905, $ 4076, an action
Plaintiff agreed with defendant not to sue on against the sureties on an official bond may be
a note within a certain time, but brought an brought within six years after the expiration of
action before the expiration of the time. Held, the term of office of the officer.--Adams v. Over-
that the breach of contract and resulting dam- | boe (Minn.) 496; Canfield v. Bodkin (Minn.)
ages might be interposed as a counterclaim.-

498.
Hall v. Parsons (Minn.) 240.

A cause of action for damages for breach of
contract arising simultaneously with the com See Maritime Liens.
mencement of an action may be interposed as a
counterclaim therein.--Hall v. Parsons (Minn.)
240.
That a seizure warrant is wrongfully isued

To process, see Process, $ 1
in proceedings to foreclose a chattel mortgage,
under Rev. Codes 1905, 88 7513, 7515, held
not to authorize a recovery on the undertaking,
of damages to the defendant for the wrongful
issuance of the warrant in the same action. - See Libel and Slander.
Strehlow v. McLeod (N. D.) 525.

Defendant, in a suit to foreclose a chattel
mortgage, held not entitled to counterclaim

SOLDIERS.
damages for plaintiff's conversion of the mort-
gaged property after the commencement of the Exemptions from taxation, see Taxation, $ 2
foreclosure suit.-Strehlow V. McLeod (N. D.)
525.

*Under Rev. Code Civ. Proc. $ 127, relating
to counterclaims, it is only when the cause of
action sought to be counterclaimed arises on

See Army and Navy.
an independent contract that it becomes mate-
rial that it should be on contract and existing

SPECIAL LAWS.
at the commencement of the action.-North-
western Port Huron Co. v. Iverson (S. D.) 372.

See Statutes, $ 2.
§ 2. Operation and effect.

In an action on an express contract, the al-
lowance of defendants' set-off, under the court's
direction. was in effect a verdict for defendant
in that sum.-Jordan Bros. Co. v. Walker | See Wills, $ 5.
(Mich.) 912.

In an action to recover an indebtedness repre SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.
sented by notes executed by defendant and se.
cured by a chattel mortgage on machinery, de-

Reception of evidence in general, see Trial, $ 3
fendant held entitled under a counterclaim to
recover the value of the machinery at the time § 1. Contracts enforceable.
of its conversion by plaintiff through an unlaw *As it is elementary that there can be no
ful foreclosure and sale without deduction of contract unless the minds of the parties hare
the indebtedness on the notes - Northwestern met and mutually agreed, specific performance
Port Huron Co. v. Iverson (S. D.) 372.

will be denied where this requisite is lacking.-

Phelan v. Neary (S. D.) 142.
SETTLEMENT.

*In a suit to specifically enforce a contract

for the sale of land, the contract held not sup-
See Accord and Satisfaction; Compromise and ported by sufficient consideration to entitle the
Settlement; Payment; Release.

plaintiff to specific performance under Rev.
By executor or administrator, see Executors Cir. Code, $ 2345.-Phelan v. Neary (S. D.)
and Administrators, 8 6.

142.
*Point annotated. See syllabus.

SLANDER.

SOLDIERS’ HOMES.

SPECIFIC LEGACIES.

STALE DEMAND.

STATEMENT.

§ 2. Proceedings and relief.

sons, 82; Insurance, 88 1, 4, 9, 11; Intoxi*Evidence in an action to specifically perform cating Liquors; Justices of the Peace, g 1; a contract claimed to have been made by deced Limitation of Actions, § 1; Marriage; Meent and his wife when they made mutual wills chanics' Liens, $ 3; Municipal Corporations, held to sustain a decree dismissing the bill. 88 1, 3, 5; Quieting Title, $1; Railroads, $ German v. Camburn (Mich.) 641.

1; Receivers, $ 1; Replevin, $ 2; Schools Evidence held to show that a written offer to

and School Districts, $ 1; States, $ 1; Taxasell land was withdrawn before it was accept

tion, $8 1, 2, 5, 7; Towns, g 1; Wills, 88 ed.- Ward v. Davis (Mich.) 897.

3-5; Witnesses, 81, 2, 4. | Bonds on appeal, see Appeal and Error, $ 3.

Primary election law, see Elections, $ 3. • SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS. Public improvements, see Municipal Corpora

tions, $ 5. See Intoxicating Liquors.

| Redemption from tax sale, see Taxation, 7.
Security for costs, see Costs, 2.
Statute of frauds, see Frauds, Statute of.

Statutory new trial, see New Trial, $ 3.
See Equity, g 1.

§ 1. Enactment, requisites, and validity

in general. STARE DECISIS.

| Under Const. art. 15, $ 16, Comp. Laws, 88

8569, 8570, 8571, and Loc. Laws 1905, pp. 329,

|408, Nos. 455, 492, repealing a corporate charSee Courts, $ 2.

ter, held not invalid for want of a formal notice of the repeal.-People v. Calder (Mich.) 314.

*Laws 1907, p. 1188, c. 575, regulating the

hours of labor of telegraph operators and train Of case or facts for purpose of review, see dispatchers, held invalid when applied to doAppeal and Error, 8 4.

mestic commerce, as well as to interstate comOf claim against decedents' estate, see Execu- merce.-State v. Chicago, M. & St. P. Ry. Co. tors and Administrators, $ 2.

(Wis.) 686.

$ 2. General and special or local laws. STATES.

Code, $ 1131, exempting women from registra

| tion to vote, held not inimical to Const. art. 1, Courts, see Courts.

§ 6, requiring general laws to have a uniform Legislative power, see Constitutional Law, $ 2. operation.--Coggesball v. City of Des Moines § 1. Government and officers.

(Iowa) 309. Const. art. 4, § 9, prohibits members of the Pub. Acts 1903, p. 277, No. 195, imposing inLegislature from holding any other office ex- heritance taxes, held not unconstitutional as an cept that of postmaster, and the words "an unjust discrimination based on an illegal classioffice under the state" refer to other than the fication.--In re Fox's Estate (Mich.) 558. legislative offices of Senator and Representa

*Gen. Laws 1907, p. 61, c. 52, providing for tive.-State v. Scott (Minn.) 1044.

the issuance of bonds by cities having a populaThe passage of Laws 1907, p. 307, c. 229, tion of 50,000 or more, is not unconstitutional increasing the salary of the members, does not as special legislation.-Farwell v. City of Mindisqualify members of the House of Repre- neapolis (Minn.) 422. sentatives of that session from being eligible as candidates to succeed themselves for the

*Gen. Laws 1907, p. 707, c. 458, providing for term commencing January 1, 1909.-State v.

the appointment of a superintendent of highScott (Minn.) 1044.

ways in counties having less than 200,000, held

unconstitutional; the population alone furnishA proceeding by petition and order to show ling no proper basis of classification.-Hjelm v. cause in the Supreme Court, under Rev. Laws 1905, $ 202, is the proper proceeding to test

Patterson (Minn.) 610. the question whether a person was disqualified. The relation

The relation between bonded debt and asfrom becoming a candidate for the Legislature. sessed valuation of counties held a proper basis -State v. Scott (Minn.) 1044.

for classification for legislation with reference A candidate at a primary election has suffi

to the issue of bonds without popular vote.cient interest to enable him to bring a proceed

| Wall v. St. Louis County (Minn.) 611. ing, under Rev. Laws 1905, $ 202, to test the Gen. Laws 1907, p. 143, c. 130, held not unquestion whether a member of the Legislature constitutional as special legislation ---Wall v. was disqualified from becoming a candidate St. Louis County Minn.) 611. for another term.-State v. Scott (Minn.) 1044.

That Gen. Laws 1907, p. 143, c. 130, at the Under Const. art. 4, § 7, the Legislature may time of its passage was only applicable to one increase the compensation of its members, to

county in the state, did not render it invalid take effect at the next ensuing term.-State v. as special legislation.-Wall v. St. Louis Coun. Scott (Minn.) 1044.

ty (Minn.) 611.

*Laws 1905, p. 159, c. 77, providing that in STATUTES.

organized counties having more than 65,000 in

habitants, where no courthouse has been conDetermination of constitutionality, see Consti- / structed, proceedings for county seat removal tutional Law, $ 1.

may be brought by petition of certain form, held Laws impairing obligation of contracts, see unconstitutional as special legislation.-Ex parte Constitutional Law, $ 4.

Connolly (N. D.) 946. Provisions relating to particular subjects.

*Laws 1905, p. 159, c. 77, providing for counSee Animals; Bastards, $ 1; Carriers, 8 1 ;)

. ty seat removals in counties having no courtDeath, $ 1; Divorce, g 2; Elections, $$ 2-4;

:: house at a certain date held purely arbitrary, Eminent Domain, 81; Execution, & 2; Ex

| with no reasonable basis to support it.--Ex tors and Administrators. S 2: Food | parte Connolly (N. D.) 946. Fraudulent Conveyances, $ 1; Highways, $$ *St. 1898, $ 1152, held not to violate Const. 1-3; Homestead, $$ 1, 2; Husband and Wife, I art. 4, § 23, requiring a uniform system of town 88 3-5; Indians; Infants, $ 1; Insane Per-'government, since it provides a uniform rule for

* Point annotated. See syllabus.

all towns in a like condition.-Strange v. Ocon- , to the giving of bonds by public officers, is Foid
to Land Co. (Wis.) 1023.

because the matter sought to be added by the
*The rule that statutes must be uniform pre- amendment is not germane to the subject of the
sumes a reasonable classification.-Strange v.

section as enacted.-Prowett v. Nance County
Oconto Land Co. (Wis.) 1023.

(Neb.) 996.
§ 3. Subjects and titles of acts.

§ 5. Repeal, suspension, expiration, and
Acts 32d Gen. Assem. (Laws 1907, p. 153) c.

revival.
155, authorizing the consolidation of all the Acts 32d Gen. Assem. (Laws 1907, p. 153) c.
territory in certain cities of the first class into 155, authorizing the consolidation of all the ter-
one independent school district, even if given ritory within certain cities of the first class into
a certain construction, held not in violation one independent school district, if the voters
of Const. art. 3, § 29, requiring the subject of shall so determine, held not to repeal by impli-
an act to be expressed in its title.--State v. cation Acts 31st Gen. Assem. (Laws immi,' p.
Grefe (Iowa) 13.

99). C. 136, $ 10 (Code Supp. 1907, & 2793). —
Acts 32d Gen. Assem. (Laws 1907, p. 153) c.

State v. Grefe (Iowa) 13.
1.35, providing for the consolidation of all the *A repealing statute, though absolute in
territory in certain cities of the first class into terms, may continue for some purposes and to
one independent school district held as to its some extent the provisions of the statute re-
title not in violation of Const. art. 3, & 29, re pealed.-State v. Payton (Iowa) 43.
quiring the subject of an act to be expressed
in its title.-State v. Grefe (Iowa) 13.

6. Construction and operation.
The amendment by Laws 1901, p. 370, No.

*The sole object in the construction of a
238, adding a new section relating to street

statute is to ascertain the legislative intent,

and to arrive thereat the several sections are to
railways, at the end, held a violation of Const.
art. 4. § 20, as not germane to the subject ex-sible.-Coggeshall v. City of Des Moines (Iowa)

| be considered as a whole and harmonized if pos-
pressed in the title of the original law.-Ecorse 2

e 309.
Tp. v. Jackson, A. A. & D. Ry. (Mich.) 89.
An infirmity in Pub. Acts 1877, p. 186, No.

*A statute is to be liberally construed to
177, amerding Sess. Laws 1873, p. 504, No. 198,

el the end that its object may be effectuated.-
8 9 (Comp. Laws, 8 6234), on the ground that!

of Coggeshall v. City of Des Moines (Iowa) 309.
subdivision 7 (page 506) thereof relating to ! *In construing a statute effect will be given,
maximum carload freight rates, was invalid as if possible, to every word and clause therein.-
not included in the title, was cured by the Robinson v. Harmon (Mich.) 661.
subsequent amendments of section 9 by Acts
1883, p. 107, No. 116. Acts 1887, p. 286. No.

'¡ Comp. Laws, $ 6235, requiring railroads to
230, Acts 1889, p. 280, No. 202, Acts 1891, p.

transport freight under a penalty, held not a
101, No. 90, and Acts 1907. p. 56, No. 54, none

penal statute, but remedial.-Robinson v. Har-
of wbich materially changed subdivision 7, and mon (Wich.) 004.
all of which complied with the constitutional ! In construing a statute, the legislative inteut
requirements.-Robinson v. Harmon (Mich.) 661. may often be ascertained from the provisions

*The title of Loc. Acts 1901. p. 485. No. 439. ' of the sections in the immediate connection in
held sufficiently broad to cover a certain provi-i

ví. which it occurs.--Iu re Corby's Estate (Mich.)

906.
sion so as not to violate Const. art. 4, $ 20.-
Fortin v. Bay City Traction & Electric Co. *An act should be given that meaning which
(Mich.) 741.

it is apparent from the language used the Leg.
Drainage Act. c. 89. art. 1. (Comp. St. 1907. islature had intended.--State v. Hansen (Neb.)
$$ 6178-6205) held not void as in contraven-

| 412.
tion of Const. art. 3, § 11, requiring the ob- ! Before a statute is construed as having extra-
ject of the act to be expressed in the title. - territorial effect, legislative intention to give
Omaha & N. P. R. Co. v. Sarpy (ounty (Neb.) such effect should clearly appear.--Lanham v.
116.

Lanham (Wis.) 787.
Laws 1897, pp. 210, 211, c. 72. $S 11, 16, *The mischief intended to be prevented by a
probibiting sale of liquor to intoxicated persons, statute may be considered in construing it.-
held not violative of Const. art. 3, § 21, relating Minneapolis Threshing Macb. Co. v. Haug
to subjects and titles of statutes.-Palmer v. i (Wis.) 811.
Schurz (S. D.) 150.

*St. 1898, § 2316a, relating to sales by chat-
$ 4. Amendment, revision, and codifica- ; tel mortgagees, held highly penal, and subject
tion.

to strict construction.- Minneapolis Threshing
*Pub. Acts 1905, p. 120, No. 89, held not to Mach. Co. y. Haug (Wis.) 811.
infringe Const. art. 4, 25, providing that no
law shall be revised, etc., by reference to its *A statute should be read with reference to
title ouly, etc.--Little r. Bousfield & Co. (Mich.) the leading idea thereof, that being regarded as
903.

limitation on particular words or clauses and ex-

pansion of others within the scope thereof.-
*Const. art. 4, § 33, prohibiting the amend-
ment, extension, or modification of a speciali

State v. Railroad Commission (Wis.) 816.
law, applies only to amendments, extensions, or i *Rule for construction of statute declared.-
modifications by special act.-Farwell v. City of State v. Railroad Commission (Wis.) 816.
Minneapolis (Minn.) 422.

*The legislative intent in passing a law gor-
Act April 1, 1901 (Laws 1901, p. 63, c. 11) erns as to the scope thereof.-State v. Railroad
amended Comp. St. 1899, c. 10, $ 19, relating Commission (Wis.) 846.

STATUTES CONSTRUED.

UNITED STATES. I STATUTES AT LARGE. 1898, July 1, ch. 541, $
CONSTITUTION. 1887. Feb. 8. ch. 119, $ 5,

70a (5) (6), 30 Stat. 565

[U. S. Comp. St. 1901,
Amend. 14 ..........125, 314 24 Stat. 388 ......

133 p. 3451) .....::::.

926
Arnend. 14, 1..........1023 | 1887, Feb. 8. ch. 119, $ 6, 1905, March 3. ch. 1479. 33
Art. 6, $ 2............... 686 24 Stat. 390..........1006 Stat. 1067 ........

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REVISED STATUTES. $3847".

264 $ 8624

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$ 3991.

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COMPILED STATUTES § 4091 .

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1901.

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966 $ 9.516..

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COMPILED STATUTES

$ 5040 .
..1089 $ 9537 .

614
SUPP. 1907.
$$ 5000-3002 ............ i $ 97334, 9742 ..

327
Page 913 ............... 686

$ 9992'
CODE SUPPLEMENT 1902. $$ 10,210, 10,211": 568
TREATIES.
§ 510a ...

$ 10,322 .......
With Chippewa Indians, Š 792a ..

$ 10,418 ...
March 28, 1843, 7 Stat. Š 1304

254 8 10,710. Amended by

.......... 254
.....1006

Laws 1903, p. 21, No. 17 932
With Chippewa Indians, CODE SUPPLEMENT 1907.

932
Sept. 30, 1851, 10 Stat.

$s 10,789, 10,790........ 80
$ 1528
1109 .................1006

8 11,275

932

....
$ 1530 ...:

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Š8 1532, 1533, 1538.....

$ 1200) ......
CALIFORNIA.

CITY CHARTERS.
Š 2340. Amended by Laws
CIVIL CODE.

1904, p. 90, ch. 81...... Jackson. Loc. Laws 1903,
SS 2793, 2802 ...........

p. 188, No. 399, tit. 9, $
$ 947, subd. 4.......... $ 3060-a14 ........:

88 3060-a 25, 3060-a52 ... 269 Kalamazoo. Ch. 16, § 42 572

§ 3060-a5o ...
IOWA.
$ 3060-a59 ...........48, 269

LOCAL LAWS.
$ 3060-a120 ..
CONSTITUTION.

$S 3060-a 124, 3060-a125.. 277 1901, p. 406, No. 417, § 4.. 171
Art. 1, $ 6..............
309 § 3060-a191

269 1901, p. 485, No. 439.... 741
Art. 2, 8 1...
303 $ 3060-a 192 ..

50 1905, p. 188, No. 399, tit.
1116 $$ 4775-a to 4775-f ...

958
Art. 3

9, 8 4 ..
REVISION 1860.

455, 492 ..

......... 314
CODE 1873.

......... 984

LAWS.
§ 2204 ....... .........

LAWS.

1849, p. 294, No. 223. Re-
CODE 1897.

pealed by Loc. Laws
8 511 ,

954 | 1882, p. 111, ch. 118.... 668

1898, p. 55, ch. 100..... 1091 1905, pp. 329, 408, Nos.
$$ 615, 646. Repealed by

453, 492 ...
1902, pp. 81, 86, 87, 98,

......... 314
Laws 1907, p. 20, ch. 26 43

ch. 130, 88 25, 52, 59,

1873,' p. 504, No. 198, $ 9.
12. .................. 968
191

Amended by Laws 1877,
$ 777 .....:::::::

1078
1904, p. 7, ch. 8. .....

p. 186, No. 177; Laws
88 810, 819, 823-825..

4, p. 90, cha si:::: : 977

1883, p. 107, No. 116;
$ 880 ...

968
1906, p. 99, ch. 156, $$ 10,

Laws 1887, p. 256, No.
$ 1131
309

230; Laws 1889, p. 280,

13 .
ŠS 1390, 1406 ...
961

43

No. 202; Laws 1891, p.
$ 1415 ...........
51

101, No. 90; Laws 1907,
1907, p. 27, ch. 34, 88 1-4 309
Š 1447 ...........

1061
15*17,
p. 70, ch. 62....

90t p. 50, No. 54....... 661
$ 1157 .

289

1907. D. 153. ch. 155. & 2.: 13 1877, p. 186, No. 177.... 661
$ 1182.

1883, p. 107, No. 116.... 661
$$ 1453, 1524....

1857, p. 286, No. 230.... 661
$$ 1528-1571 .

MICHIGAN.

1889, p. 280, No. 202..... 661
$ 1531

1891, p. 101, No. 90.... 661
ŠS 1.5:36, 1557

CONSTITUTION. 1893, pp. 388, 393, 391, No.
8 1622
600

206, $$ 70, 78, 80, S4....
Š 1743

307 | Art. 4, § 20. .........89, 741 159.. p. 335, No. 133...
$ 1826 ...

298
Art. 4, § 2)...............

• 903

1895, p. 358, No. 193, $8
Š 2297
978 Art. 6, § 18.............

80
Š 2406
2:37 | Art. 15, $ 10........

1897, p. 234, No. 183....
$$ 2408, 2410 ...

Art. 18, $ 2............ 314 1897, pp. 294, 295, No. 229,
963
COMPILED LAWS 1897.

$$ 140, 141 ....:::
$ 2418 ..

:

140. No. 97, § 144 745
$8 2576, 2578 ..... 116 Ch. 164, art. 2, $ 51. Add 1899, p. 310, No. 200....
82705 .......

ed by Laws 1901, p. 370, 1899, p. 342, No. 221....
ŠS 2838-2881 .
116 No. 238 .....

89 1899, p. 300, No. 230.....
$ 2973

989
88 363-411 ..............

729

1901, p. 370, No. 238..

1:001,
§ 2985

$ 43+

639 1903, p. 21. No. 17. ...... 932
§ 3070

$ 528

207 1903, p. 277, No. 195.. 558
Š 3137

609

551, 1051 1905, p. 120, No. 89...... 903
8 3153

8 670 ..

554 1905, p. 143, No. 100, $
Š 3338

691 .

932

..........179, 182
$ 3366

$ 3100

589 1905, p. 147, No. 100, $
$$ 3398, 3132, 3437......

§ 3173 ................

550 36'.:................ 179
$ 3533

§ 4319
§ 3.59 ...

961 S$ 4136, 4137 ....... 545 1905, p. 322, No. 223.... 614
Š 3622 ...:::::
983 $ 5007

553 190.7, p. 183. No. 309....1050
$8 3626, 3628 ...
298 Š 5381

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$ 3030 .....
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STATUTES 1903.

PROCEDURE.
1907, p. 498, No. 340, 8 '5 624

$$ 1050, 1228
470 / $ 127 ..

... 372
§ 3602

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MINNESOTA.
$$ 4817, 5025
405 $8244, 275

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CONSTITUTION.

&$ 298, 299
Art. 4, 88 7, 9...........1044

$ 303
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Art. 4, § 33.............

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STATUTES 1907.
$ 441 ...

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Art. 9, $ 3.............. 393

18 1326
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$ $ 2150-joo........... 881 Š 675

1$$ 754, 760.............. 129
Š°7992 ....

398
$ 4472 ..
Š8 10,664, 10,665 ........ 79

REVISED CODE OF CRIM-
REVISED LAWS 1905. | 88 11,166, 11,170......... 350

INAL PROCEDURE.
§ 202
.1044

$ 225 ..
........

.... 505
§ 214 .

LAWS.

$8 424, 427 ....... ... 306
$ 425 .

1881, p. 236, ch. 51...... REVISED POLITICAL
88 935 937 ..

417

1887, p. 622, ch. 82.
Šš 1753, 1754, 1756 .. 606

CODE.
Amended by Laws 1905,
8° 2668 ...............

615
Š8 3646, 3648..........

| $ 1229, subd. 50......... 131
830
pp. 586-588, ch. 145, SŠ

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Š 2844. Amended by Laws
$ 3776'.

235
227

1895, p. 156, ch. 31...... 405. 1903, p. 190, ch. 196.... 150
1897, p. 304, ch. 57...... 950

$ 2849
8 4018 .........

.....::::::
503

1901, p. 63, ch. 11...... 996 / $ 2856. Amended by Laws
Š 4064
š$ 4076, 4077 ...

1903, p. 191, ch. 166.... 129
1905, pp. 586-588, ch. 145,

$ $ 5–7
§ 4109, subd. 3.

391
....

109

1907, p. 342, ch. 93...... 719
Š 4200

LAWS.
§ 4213 .

1907, p. 474, ch. 153.... 412 1883 (Sp.) Municipal Im-
Š 4431 ..

244 1907, p. 490, ch. 157... 768 provements, $ 35.....
Š 4502 ..

926
$$ 4744, 4780 .......

88 11, 16...
483

NORTH DAKOTA.
508

1039
Š 5514 (21) ..

CONSTITUTION.

15, 18 ................1039
LAWS.

1903, p. 190, ch. 196...... 130
$$ 13, 25 ............... 125 1903, p. 191, c

191, ch. 106.....
1887 (Sp.) p. 96, ch. 2, ŠŠ 86, 87 ..

......... 860

1907, p. 189, ch. 120.... 366
subch. 8, § 6. Amend-

1907, p. 285, ch. 139......
ed by Sp. Laws 1891, p.

REVISED CODES 1905. 1907, p. 286, ch. 139, § 3 521
637, ch. 55, $ 29........ 844
1888, p. 275....
442 8 502 ..................

529
1891' (Sp.) p. 637, ch. 55, § 911 .

866

WISCONSIN.
$ 29"

844 $$ 1818–1850 .......
1901, p. 413, ch. 258, & 2.. 153 $ 2329, Amended by Laws

CONSTITUTION.
1902, p. 26, ch. 2, § 47.... 249 1907, p. 85, ch. 60.... 860
1905, p. 407, ch. 271....

$ 3016

354

Art. 4, § 23.............1023

Art. 7, § 8..............10-27
1905, p. 408, ch. 273..
Š 4928

Art. 8, § 1..
1907, p. 61, ch. 52........

..........1023
§ 5187 ..

386

Art. 13, § 9............1023
1907, p. 143, ch. 130..... 611 Š 6141 ..

453
1907, pp. 294, 295, ch. 221, Š 7067

529

STATUTES 1898.
§ 2 ..

157

887099–7160
1907, p. 307, ch. 229....1044

$$ 7137, 7461, 7405
1907, p. 387, ch. 288...... 393

1 $ 893, subd. 26... ::

..1012
$$ 7513, 7515.
1907, p. 707, ch. 438...... 610

88 1061, 1152 .... ..1093
$$ 7686, 7689..

386
$ 1298 .......

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$ 8509 .......
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NEBRASKA.
$ 9315 ......

528 § 1636j ............789, 1004
89935 ....

ŠS 1771-1791m

... 846
CONSTITUTION.

881774, 1820, 1826.... S16
Bills of Rights, $ 22...... 412

LAWS.
8° 2308.

...1055
Art. 2, § 1...

723
1905, p. 159, ch. 77.....

Š 2316a.

...... S11
Art. 3. $ 11......

116
1907, p. 85, ch. 60.......

Š 2330. Amended by Laws
Art. 9, $ 6.............. 28+

1905, p. 785, ch. 456.... 757

$ 2347.
COMPILED STATUTES

$ 2362, 2363, 2856.::::: 792
SOUTH DAKOTA.

...1057

$$ 3619_3621 ........... S15
Ch. 20, $ 32, subd. 1...... 405 CONSTITUTION.

8 4069 ............ 801. 1019
COMPILED STATUTES | Art. 3. $ 21.... ...... 150 $4269 ....
1999.
REVISED CIVIL CODE.

LAWS.
8 72. Amended by Laws

| 1868, p. 131, ch. 130....1023
1901, p. 63, ch. 11...... 996
a $ 947, subd. 4..

133

20 / 1895, p. 66, ch. 24........1027
$$ 1238, 1311 ..... 142

1905, p. 783, ch. 456. ... 787
COMPILED STATUTES $$ 1667, 1670.

128

1907, pp. 411, 412, ch. 576.
1907.
SS 2042, 2077

372

$ 753-3 ...
$ 2345

1907, p. 845, ch. 197......1019
$8 6178–6205 ........... 116 | $8 2451, 2452

1033 | 1907, p. 1188, ch. 575.... 686

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