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and 123 New York State Reporter tion by Joseph B. Talbott against Russell VAN SEGGERN, Respondent, V. GINSShear. No opinion. Judgment unanimously af- BERG, Appellant, et al. (Supreme Court, Ap firmed, with costs.
pellate Division, First Department. June 24,
1904.) Action by Arend Van Seggern against TANNENBAUM, Respondent, V. DACKS, Henry Ginsberg, impleaded. H. H. Maas, for Appellant. (Supreme Court, Appellate Division, appellant. E. W. S. Johnston, for respondent. Second Department. July 28, 1904.) Action No opinion, Judgment affirmed, with costs, by Frank Tannenbaum against Fanny M. with leave to defendant to withdraw demurre: Dacks. No opinion. Judgment of the Mu- and to answer, on payment of costs in this nicipal Court affirmed, with costs.
court and in the court below. TAYLOR, Appellant, v. PRIMUS CO., Re- VARNEY, Respondent, v. PHILO. Appelspondent. (Supreme Court, Appellate Division, lant. (Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First Department. June 24, 1904.) Action by Third Department. June 30, 1904.) Action Albert Taylor against the Primus Company. by Edward Varney against Clayton J. Philo. J. B. Leavitt, for appellant. E. L. Kalish, for No opinion. Judgment affirmed, with costs. respondent. No opinion. Judgment affirmed, with costs.
VOLCKER, Respondent, v. HERTER et al.,
Appellants. (Supreme Court, Appellate DiviTHURSTON, Respondent, LEHIGH sion, First Department. July 13, 1904.) de VALLEY R. CO., Appellant. (Supreme Court, tion by Adolph Volcker against Peter Herter Appellate Division, Third Department. June and others. D. S. Updike, for appellants. H. 30, 1904.) Action by Fred. G. Thurston Siegrist, Jr., for respondent. No opinion. Judge against the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company. ment and order affirmed, with costs.
PER CURIAM. Judgment and order affirmed, with costs.
VON OHLEN, Respondent, v. EMPIRE
LIFE INS. CO.. Appellant. (Supreme Court. SMITH, J., dissents.
Appellate Division, First Department. June TOWN OF COPAKE, Appellant, v. NIV-24, 1904.) Action by Catherine Von Ohlen ER, Respondent. Supreme Court,'
Appellate against the Empire Life Insurance Company. Action by the town of Copake (by Catherine $10 costs and disbursements. Division, Third Department. June 30, 1904.5/C. Blandy, for appellant. W. W. Pickard, for
respondent. No opinion. Order affirmed, with Burdick, as administratrix, etc., of Wesley Burdick, deceased, a taxpayer) against Lee Niver. No opinion. Judgment affirmed, with spondent. '(Supreme Court, Appellate Division,
WAITE, Appellant, v. GREENLEAF, Re costs.
Fourth Department. July 6, 1904.) Action by
Eliza Waite against Louis C. Greenleaf. No TURNER, Appellant, 4. NEW YORK AS- opinion. Judgment afirmed, with costs. BESTOS MFG. CO. Respondent. (Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Depart. ment.' September 29, 1904.) Action by Ben- iff, Respondent._(Supreme Court, Appellate
WALKER, Appellant, v. HARDER, Sherjamin F. Turner, an infant, by Bridget Turner, Division, Third Department. June 30, 1904. his guardian ad litem, against the New York Action by John H. Walker against J. Frank Asbestos Manufacturing Company.
Harder, as sheriff of St. Lawrence county, PER CURIAM. Order dismissing plaintiff's No opinion. Judgment (80 N. Y. Supp. 948 complaint affirmed on argument, with $10 costs unanimously affirmed, with costs. and disbursements, and appeal from order denying plaintiff's motion for a reargument dismissed, without costs.
WALKER, Respondent, v. INTERURBAN
ST. RY. CO., Appellant. (Supreme Court, Ar TUSTIN, Appellant, v. HOBBS, Respond-pellate Division, First Department. July 13, ent. (Supreme Court, 'Appellate Division, Sec- 1904.) Action by Frank C. Walker against ond Department. June 24, 1904.) Action by the Interurban Street Railway Company. From Edward B. Tustin against Frank S. Hobbs. a judgment of the Appellate Term, affirming a No opinion. Order affirmed, with $10 costs and judgment of the Municipal Court in favor of disbursements.
plaintiff, defendant appeals. Affirmed. Paul
D. Cravath, for appellant. Frederick Durgan. TYSON, Respondent, v. JOSEPH H. BAU
for respondent, LAND CO., Appellant. (Supreme Court, Ap
HATCH, J. For the reasons stated in my pellate Division, Second Department. July 28, opinion in the case of Scudder v. Interurban 1904.) Action by Eliza Tyson against the Jo- Ştreet Railway Company (herewith handed seph H. Bauland Company.
down) 89 N. Y. Supp. 1115, the determination PER CURIAM. We think that the record appealed from should be affirmed, with costs. on the appeal should contain only the evidence
PATTERSON and LAUGHLIN, JJ., conwhich was received against the sole appellant. cur,
O'BRIEN, J., concurs in result. Me The order refusing to resettle the case is ac- LAUGHLIN, J., dissents. cordingly reversed, with $10 costs and disbursements, and the proceedings remitted to the jus- WALSH GENERAL FIRE EXTIN: tice by whom the case was tried for resettle-GUISHER CO. et al. (Supreme Court, Ap ment in accordance with this decision.
pellate Division, First Department. June 20, ler against Theodore 1. Herrmann and others. against F. Ellerton Smith. No opinion. Judg
1904.) Action_by. Mary Walsh against the 30, 1904.) In the matter of C. A. Wheaton General Fire Extinguisher Company, implead against James H. Moran. ed. No opinion. Motion denied.
PER CURIAM. Order reversed, with $10
costs and disbursements, on opinion in Wheaton WARNER, Appellant, v. WELLS et al., v. Slattery, 88 N. Y. Supp. 1074. Respondents._(Supreme Court, Appellate Di
CHESTER and HOUGHTON, JJ., dissent. vision, First Department. June 24, 1904.) ACtion by James H. Warner, as trustee, against Judson G. Wells and another. D. B. Melick, Appellants. (Supreme Court, Appellate Term.
WILSON, Respondent, V. EPSTEIN et al., for appellant. E. S. Kalish, for respondents. June 23, 1904.) Action by Samuel Wilson No opinion. Order affirmed, with $10 costs against Paul Epstein and others. From a judgand disbursements.
ment for plaintiff, and from an order denying In re WASHBURN. (Supreme Court, Ap-Monfried and Julius Fischer, for appellants.
a new trial, defendants appeal. Reversed. Max pellate Division, Second Department. June 22, Louis Goldberg, for respondent. 1904.) In the matter of the application of William D. Washburn for admission to the New York Security & Trust Co. v. Lipman, 83
PER CURIAM. According to the doctrine of bar. No opinion. Application granted.
Hun, 569, 32 N. Y. Supp. 65, and the cases In re WEHRUM. (Supreme Court, Appel- therein cited, the present action, so far as the late Division, First Department.
June 24, record shows, was prematurely brought. Judg. 1904.) In the matter of Charles C. Wehrum ment and order reversed, and new trial ordered, No opinion. Motion granted.
with costs to appellant to abide the event.
SCOTT, J., concurs. In re WEHRUM et al. (Supreme Court, Ap- MacLEAN, J. (dissenting). The case of N. pellate Division, First Department. June 29, Y. Security & Trust Co. v. Lipman, 83 Hun, 1904.) In the matter of Charles C. Wehrum 569, 32 N. Y. Supp. 65, might apply, did it apand others. R. M. Morgan, for appellant. C. pear that the action by Mrs. Gordman against L. Guy, for respondent.
Wilson claimed for preventive relief. So far PER CURIAM. Order affirmed, with costs. as appears by the record, that action, whatever
it may be, is still pending; but it does not apWELSBACH CO. v. NORWICH GAS & Pear that its final outcome will or will not de ELECTRIC CO. (Supreme Court, Appellate termine the right to preventive relief, or that Division, Third Department. September 20, such relief in that action is sought. 1904.) Action by the Welsbach Company against the Norwich Gas & Electric Company. WILSON, Appellant, v. WILLIAMS et al.,
PER CURIAM. Motion for leave to go to Respondents. (Supreme Court, Appellate DiviCourt of Appeals granted, and questions certi- sion, First Department. June 24, 1904.) ACfied as follows: (1) Was the complaint demur- tion by William G. Wilson against Charles H. rable upon the ground that it appears upon the Williams_and another. H. Wallis, for appelface thereof that the plaintiff did not have lant. C. P. Howland, for respondents. No opinlegal capacity to sue? (2) Was the complaint | ion. Judgment affirmed, with costs, with leave demurrable on the ground that facts are not to plaintiff to amend on payment of costs in this therein stated sufficient to constitute a cause court and in the court below. of action?
WORTHINGTON et al. v. HERRMANN et WESTCOTT et al., Appellants, v. SMITH, al. (Supreme Court, Appellate Division, SecRespondent. (Supreme Court, Appellate Divi: ond Department. . June 24, 1904.) Action by sion, Third Department. June 30, 1904.) AC Charles C. Worthington and Theodore F. Miltion by Harvey Westcott and Fred. H. Westcott No opinion. Order affirmed, with $10 costs and
disbursements. ment and order unanimously affirmed, with costs.
W. & J. SLOANE v. STOUT. (Supreme WHEATON v. CONROW. (Supreme Court, Court, Appellate Division, First Department. Appellate Division, Third Department. June June 29, 1904.) Action by W. & J. Sloane 30, 1901.) In the matter of C. A. Wheaton against James N. Stout. No opinion. Motion against E. Floyd Conrow.
granted, so far as to dismiss appeal, with $10 PER CURIAM. Order reversed, with $10 costs. costs and disbursements, on opinion in Wheaton v. Slattery, 88 N. Y. Supp. 1074.
YUENGLING V. BETZ. (Supreme Court, CHESTER and HOUGHTON, JJ., dissent. Appellate Division, First Department. June 24,
1904.) Action by David G. Yuengling against WHEATON V. MORAN. (Supreme Court, John F. Betz. No opinion. Motion granted, so Appellate Division, Third Department. June far as to dismiss appeal, with $10 costs.
END OF CASES IN VOL. 89.
ACCORD AND SATISFACTION.
See "Compromise and Settlement”; “Nova-
“Executors and Administrators," $ 9.
Pleading in general, see “Pleading," $ 2.
Of right of action, see "Limitation of Actions,"
Pendency of action, see “Lis Pendens.".
tion, see "Submission of Controversy."
Actions between parties in particular relations.
ments, see "Municipal Corporations," $ 4. and Servant," 88 4, 6.
Actions by or against particular classes of
See “Carriers," $82, 3; “Corporations,” $ 2;
1; “Executors and Adminis-
5; “Master and Servant,” $ 7; "Municipal
Corporations," 88 3,7; “Officers, 81; "Part-
nership," $ 2.
Trustees in bankruptcy, see "Bankruptcy,” g 1.
Actions relating to particular species of property
and 123 New York State Reporter Particular causes or grounds of action. 8 1. Nature and form. See "Bills and Notes,” 88 1, 3, 5;.. "Bonds, I of a lunatic did not object to the form of an
Where the executrix of a deceased committee 2; "Conspiracy," $ 1; "Fraud," $ 2; "Indemnity" "Insurance," $, 7; Judgment,” g action against her, but alleged a counterclaim, Prosecution,” g 1;. “Negligence,” $ 2; "Nui- defendant held not entitled to object to the sance," $ 1; "Salvage," $ 2;" "Trespass"; regularity of a judgment against her for the “Work and Labor."
amount found to be due.-La Grange v. Mer Breach of contract, see “Contracts," $ 4; “Ven
ritt (Sup.) 32. dor and Purchaser," $ 3.
An appeal by a constable from a city auditBreach of covenant, see "Covenants," $ 1. ing board to the board of supervisors of the Breach of warranty, see “Sales," $ 5.
county for the adjustment of his claim for Foreclosure of attorneys' liens, see "Attorney services is a special proceeding, within Code and Client," $ 3.
Civ. Proc. $8 3333, 3334.-Perry v. Myer (Sap.) Foreign judgment, see "Judgment," $ 6.
347. Injuries from breaking of dam, see “Waters Where plaintiff orally complained of defend
and Water Courses," $ 1. Injuries to bridges and highways, see "High- of particulars made claim for damages in :
ant "for damages of property,” and in the bill ways," $ 3.
certain sum for the destruction of a set of Personal injuries, see “Carriers,” $ 3; "Land- plans, drawings, etc., the action was in tort.
lord and Tenant," $ 2; “Master and Serv- 1 Bermel v. Harnischfeger (Sup.) 1029.
Though a party having cause of action I Recovery of possession of demised premises, see delicto may waive the tort and sue in assump"Landlord and Tenant," § 4.
sit, yet, where he elects to sue in tort, he car Rent, see “Landlord and Tenant," $ 3.
not recover in assumpsit.--Bermel v. HarnischServices, see "Work and Labor."
feger (Sup.) 1029. Particular forms of action.
ACTION ON THE CASE.
See “Trespass," $ 1.
ADEQUATE REMEDY AT LAW. cific Performance."
Effect on jurisdiction of equity, see "Specife Construction of will, see "Wills," § 9. Dissolution of partnership, see' "Partnership,”
Performance,” g 1. $ 3. Enforcement or foreclosure of lien, see "Me- ADJOINING LANDOWNERS.
chanics' Liens," 8 2. Establishment of will, see "Wills," $ 4.
An owner of land is entitled to restrain ar Foreclosure of mortgage, see “Mortgages," $ 4. adjoining landowner from making excavatios
in his land tending to deprive complainants Particular proceedings in actions. land of lateral support in its natural state.See "Continuance"; "Costs"; “Damages"?
Gillies v. Eckerson (Sup.) 609. "Depositions”; "Evidence"; "Execution"; Where plaintiff's digging operations deprived "Judgment"; "Judicial Sales" ; "Limitation his land of cohesiveness, he could not recover of Actions"; "Parties" ; "Pleading"; "Trial"; for the falling of his lands on their being de "Venue."
prived of lateral support by defendant's ercataBill of particulars, see "Pleading," $ 7.
tions on his own land.-Gillies v. Eckerset Default, see "Judgment," $ 1.
Under Building Code, $ 22, enacted pursuan: Particular remedies in or incident to actions.
to Greater New York Charter, $ 647, defendant
, See “Arrest,” $ 1; “Attachment”; “Deposits in an action for negligence in shoring up Fal in Court": "Discovery"; "Garnishment”; “In- of building contiguous to an excavation, helder junction"; "Receivers."
topped to say that he did not intend to go to a Notice of pendency of action, see "Lis Pen-depth of more than 10 feet.—Blanchard F. Ser dens."
arese (Sup.) 664. oceedings in exercise of special jurisdictions.
ADJUDICATION. Courts of limited jurisdiction in general, see "Courts," $ 2.
Operation and effect of former adjudication, te Criminal prosecutions, see "Criminal Law.”
"Judgment," $$ 3-5.
Of estate assigned for benefit of creditors, see See "Appeal”; “Certiorari”; “New Trial.” "Assignments for Benefit of Creditors," $ 1.