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President of the Company 11 64 President of the Company 65 General powers of Company
11
pany
12
Payment of excess funds into Treasury
13
Insurance coverage
14
Exemption of teachers with respect to dual offices and double salaries
15
Definitions
16
Compensation
17
Canal Zone Merit System
18
Same Board of Appeals duties
19
Applicability of other laws
20
Compensation of persons in military naval or Public Health Service who serve Canal Zone Government or Panama Canal Company
21
Sale of water to Republic of Panama
22
Injuries in locks of Canal
23
Delays for which no responsibility assumed
24
Investigation of accident or injury giving rise to claim
25
Revocable licenses for lots in town sites
26
Prescription of measurement rules and tolls 27
27
CHAPTER 19 PUBLIC WRITINGS AND RECORDS Sec 451 Inspection by persons having legitimate interest judicial records
28
PART 2REGULATION CHAPTER 51 AERONAUTICS
29
CUSTOMS SERVICE
30
DOMESTIC ANIMALS
31
ExcLUSION AND DEPORTATION OF PERSONS
32
FOREIGN CORPORATIONS GENERALLY
33
HEALTH AND SAFETY
36
HIGHWAYS ROADS AND VEHICLES
37
NOTARI ES PUBLIC
38
Maintenance and operation of postal service
39
PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
40
Regulations authorized
41
RAILROADS
42
Process agent service of process surrender of permit
43
Certificate of agent or broker 1296 Issuance and revocation of brokers or agents certificate
44
Report on sale of securities
45
SHIPPING AND NAVIGATION
46
Regulations governing inspection
47
SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS
48
WILDLIFE HUNTING AND FISHING
49
PUBLICATION OF REGULATIONS
50
Public defender
53
Powers and duties of United States marshal supervision by Attorney
54
CHAPTER 211PROCEEDINGS IN MAGISTRATES COURTS
56
Powers of judicial officers in conduct of proceedings
60
CHAPTER 9FEES AND COSTS SUBCHAPTER 1FEES AND COSTS GENERALLY Sec Page 321 Each party responsible for his costs advance pay...
61
Governmental exemption from fees
62
Fees of marshal and other persons serving district court process
63
Fees of magistrates courts in civil actions
64
SUBCHAPTER IIICOSTS 371 Costs allowed in district court
65
Costs on dismissal for want of jurisdiction
66
Governmental exemptions
67
Corporations as sureties
68
Copies of bonds
69
CHAPTER 15PROBATION OFFICER Sec 511 Appointment of probation officer and deputies
70
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71
PARTNERSHIP IN GENERAL
77
CHAPTER 9OWNERS OF PROPERTY
82
Sec Page
88
Definitions
93
Transfer of other personal property by sale
94
SUBCHAPTER IIINTERPRETATION OF OBLIGATIONS
107
Causes excusing performance or offer
112
Satisfaction defined
113
CHAPTER 31NATURE OF A CONTRACT SUBCHAPTER IDEFINITIONS Sec 1001 Contract defined
114
SUBCHAPTER IIPARTIES 1021 Persons capable of contracting
115
Kinds of fraud
116
Mistake of foreign laws
117
Good consideration defined
118
ation
123
GENERAL PROVISIONS AFFECTING CHAPTERS 45 to 105
124
Article DThe Price
130
Implied warranties in sale by sample
131
SUBCHAPTER IITRANSFER OF PROPERTY AND TITLE Article ATransfer of Property as Between Seller and Buyer 1441 Property not to pass unt...
132
Reservation of right of possession or property when goods are shipped
133
Risk of loss
134
Creditors rights against sold goods in sellers possession
135
Rights of person to whom document has been negotiated
136
Indorser pot a guarantor
137
Delivery of wrong quantity
138
Right to examine the goods
139
SUBCHAPTER IVRIGHTS OF UNPAID SELLER Article ARights of Unpaid Seller Against the Goods 1491 Definition of unpaid seller
140
When lien is lost
141
When and how resale may be made
142
Effect of sale of goods subject to lien or stoppage in transitu
143
When seller may rescind contract or sale
144
Interest and special damages
145
Interpretation shall give effect to purpose of uniformity 1535 Provisions not applicable to mortgages
146
Chapter not to affect warehouse laws
147
Primary rights of buyer
148
Refiling
149
Retaking possession 150
150
Resale at option of parties
151
Loss and increase
152
Voluntary deposit
153
Delivery of thing owned jointly etc
154
SUBCHAPTER IGENERAL PROVISIONS Sec 1691 Indemnification of depositary
155
Obligation of depositary of animals
156
SUBCHAPTER IIISTORAGE 1741 Deposit for hire
157
Form of receipts what terms may be inserted
158
Obligation of warehouseman to deliver
159
Innkeepers lien on property of guests
168
Unclaimed baggage sale at auction
169
Abandoned things
170
Care required of borrower
171
Optional loan
172
Evidence of usury
173
Scope of chapter
175
SUBCHAPTER 1MASTER AND SERVANT
179
CARRIAGE IN GENERAL
181
CHAPTER 73COMMON CARRIERS Sec Page Sec SUBCHAPTER COMMON CARRIERS IN GENERAL 2561 Common carrier defined
185
Liability for luggage
186
Partnership interest
187
SUBCHAPTER 1DEFINITIONS Sec 2661 Agent and agency defined 188
188
Creation of agency
189
Necessary authority iii
190
Perpetual interest
193
III
196
Admission of new special partners
198
Future interests improbability of contingency
199
Notice of fire loss
203
Required inquiry
206
Alteration or withdrawal
207
Coverage of specified insureds interest
208
Express warranties to be in policy
209
Policy as receipt
210
Regulation of bail
217
Acceptance of guaranty notice
218
SUBCHAPTER IVLIABILITY OF GUARANTORS 3751 Conditional and unconditional guaranties
219
Rescission of agreement altering obligation or impairing remedy
220
Definition of surety 221
221
Compelling principal to perform
222
SUBCHAPTER VIEXTINCTION OF LIENS
226
Filing assignment of mortgage notice
230
Limitation on amount of lien unless notice given
233
Methods of discharge
237
Insertion of date when authorized wrong date
241
Article DRights of Holder 4371 Right of holder to sue payment
245
Notice before full amount paid
246
When person deemed indorser
247
Article FPresentment for Payment 4401 Failure to present for payment effect
248
Persons liable as partners
249
Computation of time
250
Notice to party or agent
251
Notice to antecedent party time
252
Protest when necessary when unnecessary
253
Declaration before payment for honor
260
Short title
261
Article ECancellation of Instruments
270
Recording assignment and filing inventory
276
Public nuisance defined
279
Alien enemies in time of war
284
CHAPTER 5PARTIES Sec 121 Assignment of thing in action not to prejudice defense
285
Substitution of parties
286
CHAPTER 7COMMENCEMENT OF ACTIONS SERVICE OF PROCESS Sec 161 Service on infant or incompetent person
287
Same personal judgment
288
When jurisdiction acquired voluntary appearance
289
CHAPTER 9PLEADINGS Sec 201 Statute of limitations how pleaded
290
Libel and slander complaint
291
Restriction on civil arrest
292
Affidavit to obtain order
293
Surrender of defendant
294
Amendment of pleadings
336
Affidavit and undertaking for order of arrest
337
Direction and command of writ more than one defendant service outside subdivision
338
Time for commencement of trial
339
Adjournment undertaking
340
Judgment of dismissal for failure to bring to trial
341
Relief from judgment or order clerical mistakes harmless error
342
CHAPTER 51DECLARATORY JUDGMENTS
346
Discharge from custody or restraint
348
CHAPTER
353
PART 3EVIDENCE CHAPTER Page 101 GENERAL PROVISIONS
371
CHAPTER 103SUBPOENAS RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF WITNESSES Sec 2551 Subpoenas generally
372
Persons present
373
CHAPTER 105PRODUCTION OF EVIDENCE Sec SUBCHAPTER GENERAL PROVISIONS 2591 Mode of taking testimony
374
Proof of publication
375
Act
376
Presence of parties
377
Undisputed matter pretrial conferences and admissions
380
Marital privilege confidential communications
386
Testimony of jurors not limited except by this chapter
389
Habit or custom to prove specific beha ior
390
Preliminary examination
391
SUBCHAPTER VIIIHEARSAY EVIDENCE 2961 Definitions
392
Discretion of judge under exceptions 15 16 17 18 and 19
396
SUBCHAPTER IXAUTHENTICATION AND CONTENT OF WRITINGS 2991 Authentication required ancient documents
397
Proof of attested writings
398
Degree of certainty required to establish facts
399
Effect of declarations and acts of one person on rights of another
400
Same intent general and particular provisions
401
Unwritten law defined
404
Compromise offer
410
COOwner
411
GENERAL PROVISIONS
412
Short title
413
Classification of offenses
414
Persons capable of committing crimes
415
Extent of right of selfdefense
416
Punishment where only minimum term prescribed
417
ABORTION AND CONTRACEPTION
418
ADULTERY
419
Definitions
420
Injury to person by vicious animal 421
421
ARRESTS SEARCHES AND SEIZURES
422
ARSON
423
ATTEMPTS TO COMMIT OFFENSES GENERALLY
424
ATTORNEYS
425
BIGAMY
426
Acceptance or solicitation to obtain appointive public office
427
BURGLARY
428
CHILDREN
429
CIVIL RIGHTS
430
CONTEMPTS
431
CONTRACTS
432
Definition
433
AC ptance of deposits when bank insolvent
434
DISORDERLY CONDUCT
435
DUELS AND CHALLENGES
436
ESCAPE AND RESCUE
437
EXTORTION OPPRESSION AND THREATS
438
FALSE IMPRISONMENT
439
FORGERY AND COUNTERFEITING
440
false instrument
441
Forgery of public or corporate seals 441 983 Forgery of public or corporate seals 984 Sending or delivering forged or false messages with fraudulen...
442
Counterfeiting ticket of common carrier
443
FRAUD AND FALSE STATEMENTS
444
Obtaining money labor or property by false pretense proof
445
False representation by married person when selling or mortgaging lands
446
HABEAS CORPUS OFFENSES
447
HEALTH AND SAFETY
448
Exhibiting deformities of persons
449
Same use of substances which may produce serious illness or perma 1109 Act by intoxicated physician or surgeon endangering life
450
Setting on fire grass or shrubbery
451
Adulterating or selling adulterated candy 452
452
HOMICIDE
453
Punishment for manslaughter
454
INCEST
455
KIDNAPING AND SIMILAR OFFENSES
456
Kidnaping for ransom extortion or robbery bodily harm con
457
LARCENY AND EMBEZZLEMENT
458
LETTERS AND MESSAGES
463
LIBEL
465
LOTTERIES AND GAMBLING Liiiiiii
466
Publishing account of lottery 1505 Causing tickets or advertisements to be brought in for distribution
467
Raffles or gift enterprises for charitable purposes 1507 Proof upon trial for violation of lottery laws SUBCHAPTER IIGAMBLING 1531 Conducting ...
468
Regulation of manufacture sale etc 29
469
Incendiarism
470
Destroying boundary or subaqueous cable markers
471
wasting water
472
MARRIAGES
473
Sec
474
NAVIGATION
476
OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
477
PERJURY
479
POSTAL SERVICE
481
PRIZE FIGHTING AND SPARRING
482
PUBLIC OFFICES OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
483
or property from successor
484
SUBCHAPTER IICRIMES AGAINST THE REVENUE 2151 Public moneys defined
485
moneys
486
Causing collision resulting in death
487
Jumping on or off train riding on roof platform appliances or pro jections
488
CHAPTER 109RECORDS DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS Sec 2251 Theft destruction falsification mutilation or removal of record by officer having...
489
Removal of or injury to bridge viaduct culvert pier or dock
491
PART 2CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CHAPTER Page 201 Criminal PROCEDURE GENERALLY
497
Criminal action defined
498
Right of attorney to visit prisoner
499
Dismissal on motion raising defense or objection to information
500
3611
501
4012
507
Sec Page 3841 Provisions applicable to magistrates courts
508
Rules of procedure in criminal actions in magistrates courts
509
Harmless error plain error
510
Interest on judgments
511
Conduct of trial evidence
512
Withdrawal of appeal by defendant
513
Judgment
514
4014 Remanding cause to magistrate
515
Plea and motions upon which issues of fact arise
516
Exception to challenge to panel
517
Challenge for cause kinds
518
CHAPTER 55_CUSTOMS SERVICE SUBCHAPTER IGENERALLY
519
Order of proceedings on trial
520
Forms of verdict
521
Recording verdict
522
Service of subpoena
523
SUBCHAPTER VSECURING THE ATTENDANCE OF WITNESSES
526
SUBCHAPTER IIEXECUTION
529
Procedure on finding of sanity or insanity
532
Report of probation officer and arrest of probationer
533
SUBCHAPTER IIOFFENSES AND PENALTIES OTHER ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS
537
Issuance and execution of bench warrant
539
Time for issuance of execution
541
Property liable to execution manner and effect of levy
547
Conduct of sale
553
SUBCHAPTER IIIEXTRADITION OF FUGITIVES FROM REPUBLIC
554
person
556
Subsequent redemptions notice marshals deed certificate
559
Time of enjoyment of property
563
Recovery of interest on damages
567
Customs offenses generally penalties 30
568
SUBCHAPTER VIIDEATH DISABILITY AND SUBSTITUTION new appointee
592
Death or disqualification of all executors or administrators bond SUBCHAPTER VIIIRESIGNATION SUSPENSION AND REMOVAL 1291 Resigna...
593
Revocation for embezzlement waste or mismanagement
594
Oath of executor or administrator recording letters
595
Insufficiency of sureties or bond additional security
596
Same neglect or refusal to give new sureties
597
Operation of business of decedent
598
Same costs sale of property recovered proceeds 1421 Custody and management of property recovery of possession
599
Deposit of funds
600
Affidavits in support of claims claims not due contingent claims
607
Penalty for omission of sea stores from list or landing of sea stores forfeiture 31
646
Limitation of actions
652
Parties appearance in person or by attorney other provisions
671
TIONS
689
461
694
Competency of mother to testify dying declarations
695
SUBCHAPTER 11BLOOD TESTS TO DETERMINE PATERNITY 491 Authority for test
696
Uniformity of interpretation 697
697

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133 페이지 - Where the buyer, expressly or by implication, makes known to the seller the particular purpose for which the goods are required, and it appears that the buyer relies on the seller's skill or judgment (whether he be the owner or manufacturer or not), there is an implied warranty that the goods shall be reasonably fit for such purpose.
98 페이지 - security" includes any note, stock, treasury stock, bond, debenture, evidence of indebtedness, certificate of interest or participation in an oil, gas or mining title or lease or in payments out of production under such a title or lease, collateral trust certificate, transferable share, voting trust certificate or, in general, any interest or instrument commonly known as a security...
246 페이지 - In the hands of any holder other than a holder in due course, a negotiable instrument is subject to the same defenses as if it were nonnegotiable. But a holder who derives his title through a holder in due course, and who is not himself a party to any fraud or illegality affecting the instrument, has all the rights of such former holder in respect of all parties prior to the latter.
254 페이지 - A bill of exchange is an unconditional order in writing addressed by one person to another, signed by the person giving it, requiring the person to whom it is addressed to pay on demand or at a fixed or determinable future time a sum certain in money to order or to bearer.
254 페이지 - Where a negotiable instrument is materially altered without the assent of all parties liable thereon, it is avoided, except as against a party who has himself made, authorized or assented to the alteration, and subsequent indorsers. But when an instrument has been materially altered and is in the hands of a holder in due course, not a party to the alteration, he may enforce payment thereof according to its original tenor.
242 페이지 - Where the instrument contains or a person adds to his signature words indicating that he signs for or on behalf of a principal, or in a representative capacity, he is not liable on the instrument if he was duly authorized; but the mere addition of words describing him as an agent, or as filling a representative character, without disclosing his principal, does not exempt him from personal liability.
139 페이지 - ... or in satisfying the claim by means thereof as is allowed at law or in equity in regard to property which cannot readily be attached or levied upon by ordinary legal process.
245 페이지 - Where the holder of an instrument payable to his order transfers it for value without indorsing it, the transfer vests in the transferee such title as the transferor had therein, and the transferee acquires, in addition, the right to have the indorsement of the transferor.
245 페이지 - A holder in due course is a holder who has taken the instrument under the following conditions: 1. That it is complete and regular upon its face; 2. That he became the holder of it before it was overdue, and without notice that it had been previously dishonored, if such was the fact; 3. That he took it in good faith and for value; 4. That at the time it was negotiated to him he had no notice of any infirmity in the instrument or defect in the title of the person negotiating it.
134 페이지 - Rule 1 — Where there is an unconditional contract for the sale of specific goods in a deliverable state the property in the goods passes to the buyer when the contract is made, and it is immaterial whether the time of payment or the time of delivery, or both, be postponed.

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