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A CONCORDANCE 



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This volume is an attempt to collect the adjudged cases in the 
reports of the United States (State and Federal), Great Britain, 
and the Colonies, in which Words and Phrases have been construed V 2. 
and Definitions of Legal Terms have been made or approved. Every 
one who has examined the subject must have noticed how rare a 
thing it is to find a volume of legal reports whose Index contains 
such a title as ' ' Words and Phrases " or " Definitions." Except in 
some srore of the earlier volumes of the English Common Law 
Eeports and the current reports of the English Incorporated 
Law Society, the reporters have, with a surprising unanimity, com- 
pletely neglected these important topics. It is even worse in the 
American Eeports. Our reporters, down to within a very late 
period, apparently never thought of the expediency of incorporating 
such a title into their books, and until the last ten years, it was 
impossible to find a volume of American decisions in which a sepa- 
rate place was given to these important subjects. The digesters 
have followed the reporters in this omission, and the result is that 
with the exception of the current reports of Massachusetts, New 
York, and a few other States, there is no key to the multitude of 
decisions in which Words and Phrases have been construed by the 
courts of this country. 

In the legal dictionaries some slight attention has been incidentally 
paid to these topics. But the legal dictionaries are restricted to the 
definitions of legal terms ; and even where their authors have at- 
tempted to include Common Words which have been interpreted by 

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conrtH, they luive not g-onc very far in this diicction. Ah u Htiikingf 
])i'oot' of vhis, I would i)oint out that thiK CoN(;()unAN(no cites no fewer 
than 30,205 cases (25,255 in tiie body of the work, and 4,i)50 in 
the Api^endix), and that of tliese, at k'tist 20,000 had never been 
bronjrht to^iether l)efore in anv work, their existence been as'?er- 
tained by me only thr\)ugh a pai^c by page exaininntion of several 
thousand vohnnes of k'gal reports. 

In adopting the form of a (.'oneordance instead of that of a Dic- 
tionary, I luive had two reasons. In the first pUice, had I attdni])ted 
to ti'ive even tlie briefest reference to the construction of the word 
as given in each case cited, this book woukl have grown to four, or 
even five vohnncs,' and coukl not have been published except at 
a greatly enhanced cost to the purchasei*. Secondly, so short a 
digest of a case would not be satisfactory. The lawyer finding 
that there is a case construing a word whose interpretation he de- 
sires to obtain, will not be satisfied with a bare statement of the 
constructi(ni. For example, the question is, whether on a proper 
construction of a contract to pay the " crew" of a vessel a certain 
amount of money, the officers of the boat are to be included. In 
my CoNCOROAXCE, turning to the title — Chew — he will find the 
cases in which this woi'd has been judicially construed. If in the 
attempt to give a digest of each case I had extended this work to 
four or five volumes, he would have learned, in addition to this, that 
" Under a United States Statute punishing a revolt by a ' crew' of 
a vessel, the officers are included." But this information would be 
hardly more satisfactory than the first. He would want the original 
report of the case, in order to find the reasons given by the Court 
for this construction, the arguments of the opposing counsel on the 
question, the connection of the words in the statute, etc. 
Therefore, whether usuig the Concordaxce on my plan or on 
a more extended i)lan, he would not rest until he had read the 
case in which this inter|iretation had been given to the word. My 



1 A little reflection will show the truth of this statement. To simply cite the 
case requires not much less on an average than one line ; while to give any idea of 
the point dccirted in each case woiild require not less, and generally more than four 
lines. 



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work gives the lawyer the u<Ijud(jed ra,^rs in which Wor.ls mul 
Phrases have been construed, and this phin. in a day wh.'U flu- 751)- 
ject of digesters and text-book winters is in the niain to refer the 
Hcarcher to precedents, will, I think, best accomplish this object. 

T make no claim to have discovered all the cases, nor do 1 ini- 
aoinc tbat my book is complete. A lOorV of this U,id is ner.r fin- 
M. It has been in press near'y a year, and .hu-ing that tune I 
have discovered nearly 5,()()() easc.s,-some of them published since the 
nuiuuscript went to the printer, souu' of them old cases which I have 
since come across for the first tiu.e,- which cases I have fortunately 
been able to add in the Api)cu<r,x. (Part HI.) All 1 ask of the 
profession, is a recognition of the lal:.)r of several years which has re- 
sulted ui bringing together in one vohnne over 8(),00{) decisions on 
this subject, most ..f which, on account of not being separately col- 
lected in either the index to the reports or in the digests, were almost 
as inaccessible to the profession as though they had never been de- 
cided, and were hai-dly to be discovered, excei)t by accident. This 
I do claim for ray book ; no more, no less ; and on this I rest my 
hopes to have in some considerable degree lessened the labors of the 
noble profession of which I am proud to be a humble member. 

J. D. L. . 
St. Louis, March, 188:5. 



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^ bill of ezohange. Thompson v. Wesleyan News Asso., 8 C. 

B. 849. 

debtor. In statute. European R. Co. 7>. Westall, 6 B. & S. 974. 

now leaso. Iggulden v. May, 7 tlast, 237. 

promissory note. Thompson v. Wesleyan News Asso., 8 C. 

B. 849. 
renewed contract. Ind^/ Solvency Guaranty Co. w. Froane, 

7H. AN. 12. 

profit prendre. Manning v. Wardale, 5 Ad. & Ell. 764 ; Waters 

V. Lilley, 4 P>t:k. 145. 

^.^a. ante. Allen v. McKeen, i Sunm. 308. 

antroedenti. Pattison v. R .ibinson, 5 M. & S. no. 

■ extra. Lint w. Holland, 14 Mass. 151. 

initio. In statute. Sackrider v. McDonald, 10 Johns. 253. 

ABANDON. In statute. Doyle v. Doyle, 26 Mo. 545 : Strit^ v. Davis, 70 Mo. 467. 

and expose. In statute. Queen v. Falkinghum, L. R., i C. C. 

222. 
ABANDONMENT. Alexander v. Baltimore Ins. Co., 4 Cranch, 370 ; Holden v. Joy, 
17 Wall. 211 ; Jumel v. Marine Ins. Co., 7 Johns. 4'2 : Bra.! He v. 
Maryland Ins. Co., 12 Peters, 378; KinseyT/. Kinsey, 37 Ala. 393; 
Richardson v. McNulty, 24 Cal. 339 ; St. John v. Kidd, 26 Cal. 263 ; 
Judson V. Malloy, 40 Cal. 299 ; Smith v. Cushing. 41 Cal. 97 ; McLeran 
V. Benton, 43 Cal. 469 ; Marquart v. Bradford, 43 Cal. 526 ; Stevens 
V. Town of Norfolk, 42 Conn. 3S3 ; Moore v. Stevenson, 27 Conn. 
14; Levering v. Levering, 16 Md. 213: Washburn v. Washburn, 9 
Cal. 475- 
In statute. Childs v. Childs, 49 Md. 509. 

of office. State v. Seay, 64 Mo. 89. 

ABBREVIATIONS. Hunt v. Smith, 9 Kas. 153 ; Frowd v. Stillard, 4 C. & P. 51. 
In statute. Fulenwider v. Fulenwider, 53 Mo. 440. 
Carpenter v. People, 8 Barb. 603 ; People v. Parshall, 6 Parker C. C. 

129; Com. V. Cook. 12 Mete. 93: State v. Ruhl, 8 Iowa. 447. 
U. S. V. Gooding, 12 Wheat. 460; People v. Woodward, 45 Cal. 293. 
In statute. Raiford v. State, 59 Ala. 106. 
Connaughty v. State, i Wis. 159 ; Green v. State, 13 Mo. 382. 
I.- le V. Richards, 9 S. & R. 367. 
;« statute. Hodge v. Hodgdon, 8 Cush. 297. 

by. In bond. Shaw v. Hatch, 6 N. H. 162. 

decision. Hodges v. Pingree, 108 Mass. 585. 

the award. In contract. Marshall v. Reed, 48 N. H. 36. 



ABDUCT. 
ABET. 

ABETTOR. 

ABEYANCE. 

ABIDE. 



ABILITY. 



ABSENTED. 



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In statute. Lynde v. Barnard, i M. & W. loi. 

having the to provide the same. In st*tute, Washburn v. 

Washburn, 9 Cal. 475. 
ABLE. In statute. Hampden v. Newburgh, 67 Me. 370. 

ABODE. place of In statute. Reg. v. Deighton, 5 Q. B. 897; Queen v. 

Hammond, 17 Q. B. 772. 

usual place of . In statute. Earle v. McVeigh, i Otto, 503; 

Dunns' Appeal, 35 Conn. 83; Ser v. Bobst, 8 Mo. 506. 
ABORTION. Com. v. Bangs. 9 Mass. 387 ; Com. v. Ja- kson, 15 Gray, 187 ; Mills v. 
Com., 13 Pa. St. 631 ; Com. v. Parker, 9 Mete. 263; Smith v. State. 
33 Me. 48 ; State v. Cooper, 2 Zab. 53 ; Mitchell v. Com., 78 Ky. 
204; Abrams v. Foshee, 3 Clarke (la.), 274; Hatfield v. Gano, 
15 Iowa, 177 ; Evans v. People, 49 N. Y. 388 ; Crichton v. People, 6 
Parker C. C. 363. 
ABOUT. In contract. Cross v. Eglin, 2 B. & Ad. 106 ; Moore v. Campbell, |o 

Ex. 323; Bradley 7/. U. S., 6 Otto, 170. 
In deed. Shipp v. Miller, 2 Wheat. 316; Johnsons. Pannel. 2 Wheat. 
206; Sanders V. Morrison, 2 T. B. Mon. 109(15 Am. Dec. 140); 
Cutts V. King, 5 Me. 482 ; Bodley z*. Taylor, s Cranch, 191. 

/« will. Wheeler v. Randall, 6 Mete. 532. 

seven acres. Indeed. Gocdycir w. Shanahan, 43 Conn. 205. 

to sail with cargo. In charter-party. Von Lingen v. David- 
son, 4 Fed. Rep. 346 ; i id. 178. 

a claim of $160. In contract. Turner v. Whidden, 22 Me. 121. 

on or . In contract. Hawes v. Lawrence, 4 N. Y. 345. 

ABOVE. in maimer mentioned. In statute. Queen v. Humphrey, 10 

Ad. & Ell. 335. 
ABRIDGMENT. Story v. Holcombe, 4 McLean. 306 ; Folsom v. Marsh, 2 Story, 107. 
ABSCOND. In statute. Bennett v. Avant, 2 Sneed, 152; Ives w. Curtiss, 2 Root. 

133; Fitch V. Waite, 5 Conn. 117 ; House w. Hamilton, 43 Ili. 185; 

Field V. Adreon, 7 Md. 209 ; Ware v. Todd, i Ala. 199 ; Boardman v. 

Bickford, 2 Aik. (Vt.) 345 ; Myers v. Farrell, 47 Miss. 281 ; Ross 

V. Clark, 32 Mo. 296 ; Hoggett «. Emerson, 8 Kas. 262 ; Re Proctor, 

27 Vt. 118. 
ABSENCE. In statute. Lynde v. County, 16 Wall. 6 ; Queen v. Perkin, 7 Q. B. 

165 ; Ingraham ./. Bowie, 33 Miss. 20; Phillips z/. Phillips, L. R., i 

P. & D. 169 ; James v. Townshend, 104 Mass. 371. 
from the State. Milton v. Babson, 6 Allen, 324 ; Hallett v. Bas- 

sett, 100 Mass. 170. 

without leave. Hanson v. South Scituate, 1 1 5 Mass. 336. 

ABSENT. In statute. Bingham v. Cabhot, 3 Dall. 19 ; Wash v. Heard, 27 Miss. 400. 
debtor. In statute. Den v. Wharton, i Yerg. 124; Redfern v. 

Rumney, i Cranch, C. C. 300 ; Cochran v. Fitch, i Sandf. Ch. 142. 
defendants. In statute. Curd v. Leether, 3 J. J. Marsh. 445 ; 

James v. Townshend, 104 Mass. 369. 
from duty with leave. In statute. U. S. v. Williamson, 23 

Wall. 411. 

from the State. In Constitution. Statew.Graham,26La. Ann. 568. 

on public business. Gregg v. Matlock, 31 Ind. 373. 

ABSENTED. himself. In statute. Chariton Co. v. Moberly, 59 Mo. 239 ; Re 

Davison. 4 Fed. Rep. 507. 




SEN TED. 
Washburn v. 

17 ; Queen v. 

1 Otto, 503; 

187 ; Mills I', 
lith V. State, 
om., 78 Ky. 
id V. Gano, 
V. People, 6 

Campbell, 10 

lel, 2 Wheat. 
I. Dec. 140) ; 
191. 

)onn. 20;. 
!n V. Davidr 

, 22 Me. 121 . 

iimphrey, 10 

2 Story, 107. 
rtiss, 2 Root, 
1, 43 111. 185; 
Boardnian v. 
\. 281 ; Ross 

Re Proctor, 

rkin, 7 Q. B. 
Hips, L. R., I 

allett V. Bas- 

iss. 336. 
27 Miss. 400. 
; Redfern v. 
ndf. Ch. 142. 
Marsh. 445 ; 

illiamson, 23 

La. Ann. 568. 

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ABSENTEE. 



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ABSENTEE. Emmerling v. Cucullu, 18 La. Ann. 695. 
ABSOLUTE. Greenawalt v. Greenawalt, 71 Pa. St. 483. 

In insurance policy. Hough v. City Fire Ins. Co., 29 Conn. 10. 

inheritable title. Indeed. Lincoln z/. Lincoln, 107 Mass. 590. 

interest. In insurance policy. Hough v. City Fire Ins. Co., 29 

Conn. 10. 

— ownership. In statute. Converse v. Kellogg, 7 Barb. 590. 

purchase. Ridout v. Hanis, 17 U. C. C. P. 88. 

ABSOLT7TELY. In statute. Sayer z/. Dufaur, 11 Q. B. 335. 

entitled. In statute. Re Hobson, 7 Ch. Div. 709. 

incompatible. State v. Rover, 13 Nev. 17. 

due and not on any contingency. In statute. Ware v. Gowen, 

6s Me. 534. 

vest . In will. Johnson v. Johnson, 32 Ala. 637. 

Dickinson v. R. Co., 7 W. Va. 390. 

In certificate. Wilhite v. Barr, 67 Mo. 284. 

of title. Banker v. Caldwell 3 Minn. 94. 

In indictment. Re Thompson, 6 Hurl. & N. 204. 

In statute. Dawkins v. State, 58 Ala. 377. 

and misuse. In statute. Baltimore v. Pittsburgh, etc., R. Co., 

3 Pittsb. 20. 

such female in the attempt to have carnal knowledge of 

her. In statute. Dawkins v. State, 58 Ala. 376 (29 Am. Rep. 754). 

Winckworth v. Mayo, Cro. Jac. 184. 

In statute. Wakefield Bd. v. Lee, i Ex. Div. 336 ; Wakefield Bd, ?/. 
Mander, 5 C. P. Div. 248; Holt v. City Council, 127 Mass. 408. 

In statute. Snowt/. Warner, 10 Mete. 132; Howe v. Palmer, 3 B. & 
Aid. 325. 

and receive. In statute. Rodgers v. Phillips, 40 N. Y. 519. 

Green v. Town of Canaan, 29 Conn. 157; State v. Dawson, 22 Ind. 

272 ; First Nat. Bk, v. Whitman, 94 U. S. 343 ; Reg. v. Cooke, 8 C. 

& P. 582 ; Reg. V. Rogers, 8 C. & P. 629 ; State v. Morton, 27 Vt. 

3»o. 

in satisfttction. Hardman v. Bellhouse, 9 M. & W. 596. 

waived. In note, Carson v. Russell, 26 Tex. 452, 

actual . Valle v. Cerre, 36 Mo. 575. 

day of . In note. Sutton v. Toomer, 7 B. & C. 418. 



ABSTBACT. 



ABUSE. 



ABUSES. 

ABUT. 
ABUTTING. 

ACCEPT. 



ACCEPTANCE. 



ACCEPTED. 
ACCESS. 

ACCESSION. 
ACCESSORY. 

ACCIDENT. 



In bill. Hatch v. Antrim, 51 111. 106. 

the office. In ajgHdavit. Queen v. Slatter, 11 Ad. & Ell. 506, 

place tc which the public have . In statute. Hirst v. J^lolcs- 

bury, L. R., 6 Q. B. 130. 

Lampton v. Preston, i J. J. Marsh. 454 (19 Am. Dec. 104). 

Harrel v. State, 39 Miss. 702 ; Gipps v. Gipps, 1 1 H. L, Cas. i ; U. S. 

V. Wilson, Bald. 78 ; U. S. v. Libby, i Woodb. & M. 221. 
In indict ;nent. Holloway v. Queen, 17 Q. B. 317. 
Chase v. Barrett. 4 Paige, 148 ; Jones v. Woodhull, i Root, 298 ; Brown 

V. Elliott, 17 N. J. (Eq.) 353; Earl of Bath v. Sherwin, 10 Mod. i ; 

Crutchfield v. Pxhmond, etc., Co., 76 N. C. 320. 
In insurance policy. Schneider v. Provident Ins. Co., 24 Wis. 38 ; 









ACCIDENT. 




ACCOUNT. 



ACCIDENT.— Continued. 

Mallory v. Travelers' Ins. Co.. 47 N. Y. 52 (7 Am. Rep. 410) ; North 

American Ins. Co. v. Burroughs, 69 Pa. St. 43 (8 Am. Rep. 212). 

In plea. Lord Churchill w. Hunt, 2 B. & Aid. 689. 

• In statute. Langdon v. Bowen, 46 Vt. 512 ; Burbeck v. Little, 50 Vt. 

713 ; Bobierv. Clay, 27 U. C. Q. B. 438 ; ex parte North,49 Ala. 385. 

beyond his oontroL In contract. Fenwick v. ichmalz, L. R., 

3C. P. 3«3- 

in a flEMtory. In statute. Lakeman v. Stephenson, 9 B. & S. 57. 

of navigation. /« (J/// (j/"/arf»?r. Clark?/. Barnwell, 12 How. 272. 

or mistake. In statute. Lorings ?/. Marsh, 6 Wall. 337. 

of the sea. In bill of lading. Bazin ?/. Steamship Co., 3 Wall. 

• Jr., 229. 

inevitable The Morning Light, 2 Wall. 550; Brown ?/. Kendall. 

6 Cush. 292. 
injury caused by any . In insurance policy. Mallory v. Trav- 
elers' Ins, Co., 47 N. Y. 52. 

ACCIDENTAL. delays. In bill of lading. Lawrences. New York, etc., R. Co., 36 

Conn. 63. 

Violent and means. In insurance policy. Southard v. Railway 

Pass. Ins. Co., 34 Conn. 574. 

ACCIDENTALLY. Are shall begin. In statute. Webb v. W. & O. R. R., 49 

N. Y. 420 ; Filliter v. Phippard, 11 Q. B. 348. 
ACCI D ENTS. of the seas and navigation. In bill of lading. Clark v. Barn- 
well, 12 How 272 ; Laurie v. Douglass, 15 M. & W. 746. 

unavoidable of fire. In bill of lading. Swindler v. Hilliard, 

2 Rich. 286. 

ACCOMMODATING, terms . In proposal. Rice 7/. McLarren. 42 Me. 157. 

ACCOMMODATION. paper. Lenheim v. ,Vilmarding, 55 Pa. 9t. 73- 

ACCOMPANIED. by. In statute. Reg. v. Mylor, 1 1 Q. B. 59. 

ACCOMPANY. Kingsbury's Case, 106 Mass. 226. 
ACCOMPLICK Cross 7/. People, 47 111. 152. 

In statute. Smith v. State, 37 Ala. 472 : Bass v. State. 37 Ala. 469 : 

Harrington v. State, 36 Ala. 236. 
Kromer v. Heim. 75 N. Y. 574. 

and satisfection. Bull v. Bull, 43 Conn. 455 ; PuUiam v. Tay- 
lor. 50 Miss. 251. 

to law. In affidavit. McElhaney v. Gilleland. 30 Ala. 183. 

In plea. Fiser v. Mississippi, etc., R. Co., 32 >Iiss. 360. 
In will. Mclntyre e. Ramsey, 23 Pa. St. 317- 

to the conditions of. In bond. Stoddard v. Hart, 23 N. Y. 556. 

to the form of the statute. Doe v. Harrison, 3 B. & Ad. 765. 

to the statute. In plea. Fiser v. Mississippi, etc., R. Co., 33 

Miss. 360. 
In statute. Frost v. Williams, 7 Ad. & Ell. 773- 
Glass Factory v. Reid, 5 Cow. 587 ; MrWilliams v. Allan. 45 Mo. 573 ; 
Stringham w. Winnebago Co., 24 Wis. 594; Whitwell v. Willard, I 

Mete. 216. 
In statute. Hollister v. Hollister, 35 Conn. 241 ; Stringham v. Super- 

visors, 84 Wis. 594. 



ACCORD. 



AOCOBDINa. 



AOOOXTNT. 



ulliam V. Tay- 
Ala. 183. 



, 23 N. Y. 556. 
B. & Ad. 765. 
!tc., R. Co., 33 



m, 45 Mo. 573 ; 
11 V. Willard, I 

rham V. Super- 



ACCOUNT. 




ACQUITTAL. 



In partnership agreement. Burress v. Blair, 61 Mo. 



ACCOUNT — Continued. 

due flrm. 

of his creditors. In statute. Spear 7/. Wardell, 1 N. Y. 144. 

stated. Spangler o. Springer, 22 Pa. St. 454 ; Stenton v. 

Jerome, 54 N. Y. 480; McLellan 7/. Crofton, 6 Me. 308; Hughes v. 

Thorpe, 5 M. & W. 664. 

closed . Bass 7/. Bass, 8 Pick. 191. 

just and true . Stebbins v. Niles, 25 Miss . 267 ; Kock «. Bonitz, 

4 Daly, 117 ; Lockwood v. Thorne, 11 N. Y. 170; Graves v. Pierce, 

53 Mo. 423; Heaman v. Porter, 35 Mo. 137. 
long . In statute. Ross v. Mayor, 2 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 266 ; Sharp 

c. Mayor, 9 Abb. Pr. 436; Dewey v. Field, 13 HdW. Pr. 437; 

Dickinson v. Mitchell, 19 Abb. Pr. 286. 

on of his master. In statute. Queen ». Cullum, L. R., 2 C. C. 

R. 29. 
ACCOUNTABLE. McPhillips «. McPhillips, 9 R. I. 536. 
In note. Furber ». Caverly, 42 N. H. ^^. 

receipt. In indictment. Com. 7/. Lawless, loi Mass. 32. 

not for depreciation. In will. Breton 0. Mockett, 9 Ch. 

Div. 95. 
ACCOUNTANT. Larchin 0. Bank, L. R., 8 Ex. 80 ; 10 id. 64. 

ACCOUNTS. In statute. Whitwell v. Willard, i Mete. 216. 

all my In -will. Gale n. Drake, 51 N. H. 78. 

Mundt T. Sheboygan, etc., R. Co., 31 Wis. 451. 

cause of action shall . In statute. Kennedy v. Burrier, 36 Mo. 

128. 
Weberc. Harbor Commrs., 18 Wall. 57 ; Hartshorne «. Ross, 2 Disney, 

action shall have . In statute. Sohn «. Waterson, 17 Wall. 596. 

cause of action . In statute. Reppstein d. Ins. Co., j. Jo. 481. 

debt . In statute. Hall v. Pritchett, 3 Q. B. Div. 215. 

In statute. People v. Braman, 30 Mich. 460, 
Rex e. McNaughten, i C. & K. 131. 

of crime. In statute. State t. South, 5 Rich. 489. 

ACCUSTOMED. to receive. In statute. Queen v. Mayor, 8 Ad . & Ell. 182. 

way. In deed. Ferriss e. Knowles, 41 Conn. 308. 
ACKNOWIiEDQE. /« statute. Routledge v. Ramsay, 8 Ad. & Ell. 221. 

it as his own. In statute. Bailey v. Boyd, 59 Ind. 292. 

ACENOWIiEDOED. shall be by him. In statute. Baskin e. t^askin, 36 

N. Y. 416. 
ACENOWItEDGMENT. Sidwell c. Mason, 2 H. & N. 308. 

ACQUAINTED. with the character and circumstances. In insurance policy. 

MX.n3L Ins. Co. v. Tyler, 16 Wend. 385 (30 Am. Dec. 90). 

made with the contents. In statute. Bohan «. Casey, 5 Mo. 

App. 106. 

personally . In statute. Kelly v. Calhoun, 5 Otto, 71a. 

ACQUIESCED. Allen v. McKeen, i Sumn. 276. 
ACQUITTAL. Lee «. State, 26 Ark. 260. 




ACQUITTANCE. 



ACTION. 



ACQX7ITTED. 
ACBOSS. 



ACfF. 



!i 



ACQUirTAirCE. In statute. Reg. v. Atkinson, 2 Moody, 278 ; Com. «. Ladd, 15 Mass. 
526; Reg.p. French, L.R., I C.C.R. 217: Clark ». Newsam, i Ex. 131; 
Reg. ». West, i Den. C. C. 258 ; State «. Shelters, 51 Vt. 102 (31 Am. 
Rep. 679). 

or receipt for money. In statute. Reg. ». French, L. R., i 

C. C. R. 217. 
DoUaway c. Turrill, 26 Wend. 383. 
Comstock V. Van Deusen, 5 Pick. 163. 

a country. In agreement. Evans v. Pratt, 3 M. & G. 759; 4 Scott, 

N. R. 378- 

the land conveyed. In deed. Brown ». Meady, 10 Me. 391 (25 

Am. Dec. 248). 
In statute. Coe v. Wise, 7 B. & S. 831. 

complained of. In statute. Haylock v. Sparke, i Ell. & Bl. 471. 

done. In lease. Doe t. Stevens, 3 B. & Ad. 299. 

in his official capacity. In statute. Cumming v. Brown, 43 N. 

Y. 514. 

of the congress. U. S. v. Smith, 2 Mason, 143. 

or intention. In insurance policy. Chapman ». Republic Life 

Ins. Co., 6 Biss. 238. 
Everard c. Poppleton, 5 Q. B. 183 ; Queen e. Slatter. 1 1 Ad. & Ell. 506. 

in the trust. In will. Sharp «. Sharp, 2 B. & Aid. 41 5. 

on behalf of any other person. In statute. Re Clipperton, 12 

Q. B. 688. 
Bridgton t. Bennett, 23 Me. 425 ; Overseers v. Beedle, i Barb. 11 ; 
Bank of Commerce C.Rutland, etc., R. Co.. 10 How Pr. 1 ; Forring- 
ton e. Freeman, 2 Edw. 572 ; People v. Sage. 3 How. Pr. 56 ; Re 
Hunter, 6 Ohio, 499 ; Allen c. Partlow, 3 S. C. 417. 
In statute. David v. South Western R. Co., 41 Ga. 223 ; Didier v. 
Davison, 10 Paige's Ch. 515; Coatsworth v. Barr, 11 Mich. 199; 
Hart's Appeal, 32 Conn. 539 ; Mason -c. Wirrall Highway, 4 Q. B. 
Div. 459 r People t. Sage, 3 How. Pr. 56 ; People «. Oswego County 
Ct., 2Thomp. & C. 431 ; Stiles's Appeal, 41 Conn. 329 ; Overseers «. 
Beedle, i Barb. 1 1 ; Valentine «. City of Boston. 20 Pick. 201 ; People 
«. County Judge, 13 How. Pr. 398; Malley t>. Altman, 14 Wis. 24; 
Carlisle t>. Whaley, L. R., 2 H. L. Cas. 391 ; Gibbons v. Goodrich, 
3 Bradwell, 1 50. 

at law. In statute. State c. Carr, 6 Oregon, 133 ; Smyth t>. 

Ripley, 33 Conn. 306; State ». New Haven, etc., R. Co., 41 Conn. 134. 

for an injury to person or character. . In statitte. Carter «. 

Smith, 23 Wis. 496 ; Wagner v. Lathers, 26 Wis. 437. 

for lant. In statute. Drew v. Fletcher, i B. & C. 283. 

fbunded on contract. In statute. Bayliss c. Lintott, L. R., 8 

C. P. 345. 

in rem. Peters v. Dunnells, 5 Neb. 460. 

of debt. In statute. Miles «. Brough, 3 Q. B. 845. 

on the case. In statute. Sharp t. Curtiss, 15 Conn, 526. 

or proceeding. In statute. McCausland's Estate, 52 Cal. 568. 

cause of In statute. Borst e. Corey, 15 N. Y. 505. 

Civil . In statute. Kramer c. Redman, 9 Iowa. 114; Corson e. 

Ball, 47 Barb. 452 ; Bank of* Commerce c. Rutland, etc., R. Co., 10 



ACTINQ. 



ACTION. 



%,, 



Ell. & Bl. 471 
'. Brown, 43 N, 



Ad. & Ell. 506. 
Id. 415. 
Clipperton, 12 



le, I Barb. 11 ; 
Pr. 1 ; Farring- 
ow. Pr. 56 ; Re 

223 ; Didier v. 
r, II Mich. 199; 
ghway, 4 Q. B. 
Oswego County 
9 ; Overseers v. 
ck. 201 ; People 
lan, 14 Wis. 24 ; 
ns V. Goodrich, 

133 ; Smyth ». 
3., 41 Conn. 134. 
Uuie. Carter «. 

f. 

C. 283. 
Lintott, L. R., 8 



$45. 

onn. 526. 

ate, 52 Cal. 568. 

• 505. 

114; Corson v. 
, etc., R. Co., 10 



ACTUAL. 

AOTIOIT — Continued. „ , „^,, ,, 

How. Pr. I ; Quick v. Keeler, 2 Sandf. 231 ; Backus r. Stilwell. 3 
How. Pr. 318; Myers c. Rosback. 4 How. Pr. 83 ; People c Cook. 
8 N. Y. 67 ; Lang e. Ropke, i Duer, 701 ; Mills t. Thursby, 2 Abb. 
Pr. 432. 

auit or In statute. Moore v. Cooley, 2 Hill, 4>2: McDonald t.. 

Bank, 2 How. Pr. 35 ; Overseers v, Beedle. i Barb. 11. 

g„it or of a civil nature. Hildreth v. Hopewell, 13 N. J. (L.) 5. 

In statute. Waltermire v. Westover, 14 N. Y. 16; McBride's Appeal, 
72 Pa. St. 480 : Webster v. Commrs., 63 Me. 27. 

and suits. In statute. Guthrie v. Fisk, 3 B. & C. 184. 

at law on contract. In statute. March e. Fraser, 27 Wis. 596. 

on the case. In statute. McCluny v. Silliman, 3 Peters, 270. 

-respecting easements on real estate. In statute. Cary v. 




In statute. Jackson v. Everett, 



In stat 'te. Brunswick 



Daniels, 5 Mete. 236 
all upon any judgment 

I B. & S. 862. 

Oivil . In statute. Green v. U. S., 9 Wall. 655 

In lease. Spencer c. Marriott, i B. & C. 459. 
State c. Wells, 31 Conn. 210. 
In statute. Stevens t. Irwin, 15 Cal. 506. 
and continued change of possession. 

V. McClay, 7 Neb. 137. 

arrival in dock. In statute. Atwood v. Case, i Q. B. Div. 134. 

bias. In statute. People -c. Duck, 37 Cal. zn. 

oash payment. In statute. Hogg v. Orgill, 34 Pa- St. 344: 

Haggerty v. Foster, 103 Mass. I7- 

cash value. In insurance policy. Mack c. Lancashire Ins. Co., 

4 Fed. Rep. 59. 

change of possession. In statute. Grant «. Lewis, 14 Wis. 49«. 

cost. In statute. Alfonso «. U. S., 2 Story, 421 ; U. S. «. Sixteen 

Packages, 2 Mason, 48 ; Lexington, etc., R. Co. v. R. Co., 9 

Gray, 226. 
determination. In statute. McMahon ». Rauhr. 47 N. Y. 67; 

Caughey*. Smith, 47 N. Y. 244: Frank t. Benner, 3 Daly, 422 : 

Wilkins e. Earle, 46 N. Y. 358 : 42 How. Pr. 255. 
market value. In statute. Cases of Champagne, i Ben. 241 ; 2 

Ben. 249. 
military service. In statute. Van Denser v. Gordon, 39 Vt. 1 1 1. 

notice. Jordan d. Pollock, 14 Ga. i45- 

In statute. Vaughn t. Tracy, 22 Mo. 415. 

occupation. In statute. People «. Ambrecht, 1 1 Abb. Pr. 97 ; 

Ewing t>. Burnet, n Pet. 41 ; Watkins «. Holman, 16 Pet. 25 ; Flem- 
ing V. Maddox, 30 Iowa, 239: Cleveland v. Crawford, 14 N. Y. S. C. 
616. 

ouster. Burns v. Byrne, 45 I'^^^i 285- 

payment. In statute. Haviland v. Chase, 39 Barb. 283; Hogg 

t). Orgill, 34 Pa- St. 344- 

place of abode. In statute. Tripp «. Brown, 9 R. I. 240. 

possession. In statute. Fleming ». Maddox, 30 Iowa, 239 ; 




ACTUAL. 



8 



ADJOINING. 



ACTUAL — Continued. 

Churchill v. Onderdonk, 59 N. Y. 134; Cleveland v. Crawford, 14 

N. Y. S. C. 616; Webster ». Overseers, L. R., 8 C. P. 281 ; id. 306. 

residenoe. In statute. Wharton ». Bunting, 73 111. i6. 

sales. In statute. Miles t. Miller, 5 Neb. 269. 

seizure. In statute. Gladstone v. Padwick, L. R., 6 Ex. 205. 

violence. In statute. State ». Wells, 31 Conn. 210. 

AXJSXSAULT. enjoyed. In statute. Flight e. Thomas, 11 Ad. & Ell. 688; 8 

CI. & F. 231. 
delivered in execution. In statute. Re Duke of Newcastle, 

L. R., 8 Eq. Cas. 700. 
occupied. In statute. King v. Inhabitants, etc., 4 Ad. & Ell. 497 ; 

id. 613 ; Queen v. Same, 9 Ad. & Ell. 626 ; Com. v. Dean, i Pick. 387. 
receive. In statute. Calkins v. Lockwood, 17 Conn. 174; 

Hanson -e. Armitage, 5 B. & Aid. 558 ; Evan v. Dunfield, i Q. 

B. 303. 
received. In will. Martin 0. Martin, L. R., 2 Eq. 404 ; Johnson t>. 

Crook, 12 Ch. Div. 639. 

erected to a former building. Whitenack v. Noe, 11 N.J. 

Eq. 321 ; Updike v. Skillman. 27 N. J. Law, 131. 

erected to a building. In statute. Updike e. Skillman. 27 N. 

J. (Law) 131 ; Whitenack o. Noe, 11 N. J. (Eq.) 413. 

• of building. Indeed. Atkins ». Bordman 2 Mete. 457. 

in to. In order of court, Walter v. McSheny, 21 Mo. 76. 

ADDITIONAL. security. In statute. State w. Hull, 53 Miss. 626. 

ADEMPTION. Langdon v. Astor, 16 N. Y. 9 ; Beck v. McGillis, 9 Barb. 35 ; Ford v. 
Ford, 23 N. H. 212; White v. Winchester, 6 Pick. 48 ; Clendening 
D. Clymer, 17 Ind. 155 ; Weston v. Johnson, 48 Ind. i. 

and sufficient load. In statute. Directors v. Gidlow, L. R., 7 

H. L.517. 

crossing. In deed. Gray w. Burlington, etc., R. Co., 37 Iowa, 

119. 
In constitution. U. S. v. Greathouse, 2 Abb. U. S. 365. 

ADJACENT. People ». Schermerhorn, 19 Barb. 540 ; Peverelly t>. People, 3 Park. C. 

C.S9. 
In statute. Henderson t. Long, i Cooke, 128 ; Re Municipality, 7 La. 
Ann. 76 ; Reg. v. Brown, 17 Q- B. 839. 



ADDITION. 



ADEQUATE. 



ADHEBINO. 



owner. In statute. Mayor of New York v. lir- 

ADJOININQ. In statute. Moody v. Corbett, 5 B. & S. 879 ; W ; - 



L.um, 



-)8o. 



-to ii. Co., 67 

Mo. 56 ; Peverelly d. People, 3 Park. C. C. 59 ; T i i'. Pool, 46 
Iowa, 256 ; Rex i. Hodges, Moody <te M. 341 ; • ii^'.efield Co. ». 
Mander, 5 C. P. Div. 248 ; Wakefield Bd. ». Lee, i Ex. Div. 336. 
—land. In statute. Balch v. Commrs., 3 Mete. 327. 
— or appurtenant thereto. In statute. Com. v. Curley, loi Mass. 



24. 



-owner. In statute. Directors v. Blackmore, L. R., 4 H. L. 610. 
-property. In deed. Harrison t. Good, L. R., n Eq. Cas. 338. 
- to or occupied with a dweUing-house. In statute. Devoe «, 



Com., 3 Mete. 327; People «. McGra, i Mich. N. P. 27. 



' mMMMMMMMM*)* 



\ !t . nmm* * »»* 



'rawford, 14 
281 ; id. 306. 
6. 



dlow, L. R, 7 
;^o., 37 Iowa, 

le, 3 Park. C. 
cipality, 7 La. 

iUm, 380. 

:;. Co., 67 
I i\ Pool, 46 
ruifield Co. t>. 
Div. 336. 

ley, loi Mass. 

, 4 H. L. 610. 
q. Cas. 338. 
te. Devoe 9, 



ADJOINING. 




ADULTERY. 



In statute. Coventry v. R. Co., L. R., j 



ADJOHUNG — Continued. 

immediately land. 

Eq. Cas. 104. 

next . In statute. Holmes v. Carley, 31 N. Y. 289. 

property . In statute. Re Ward, 52 N . Y. 395. 

People V. Martin, 5 N. Y. 22 ; La Farge v. Van Wagenen, 14 How. 

Pr. 54. 
In statute. Bispham v. Tucker, Pen. 253. 

session. Mechanics' Bk. v. Withers, 6 Wheat. 106. 

term. Van Dyke 0. State, 22 Ala. 57. 

ADJOUBNMENT. Keen t>. Queen, 10 Q. B. 933. 

AOJTJDQED. In statute. State v. Price, 11 N.J. (Law) 203 ; Blaufus «. People, (x^ 
N. Y. 107. 

against him. In injunction bond. Corder i>. Martin, 17 Mo. 41. 
guilty of peijury. In statute. Blaufus 0. People, 69 N. Y. 107. 
(25 Am. Rep. 148). 
Bum . In statute. Ricardo v. Board of Health, 2 Hurl. & N. 264. 

ADJUSTMENT. Mayor of New York v. Hamilton Fire Ins. Co., 39 N. Y. 45 ; Page 

V. Holmes Burglar Alarm Co., 17 Blatchf. 484. 
ATtlmNiH'i'kH.. /» bond. Sanford v. Gilman, 44 Conn. 461 ; Moore «. Waller, i Marsh. 
488 ; Barbour «. Robertson, i Litt. 93. 
In statute. Sarah v. State, 28 Miss. 267. 

medicine. LaBeau v. People, 33 How. Pr. 66 ; 34 N. Y. 223. 

I>oi80n. Blackburn t. State, 11 Fla. 247; Sumpter«. State, 11 



Fla. 247 , Rex v. Cadman, i Moody, 1 14. 
ADMINISTBATION. In statute. Crossan v. McCrary, 37 Iowa, 684. 

ADMINI8TBATOB. Sheldon 0. Smith, 97 Mass. 34 ; Cooper v. Robinson, 2 Cush. 
184; Chadbourn v. Chadbourn, 9 Allen, 173; Palmer v. Kellogg, 
II Gray, 28; Finney v. Burnes, 97 Mass. 401. 
In note. Thomas «. Relfe, 9 Mo. 377. 

and maritime jurisdiction. In U. S. Constitution. Re Steamer 

Josephine, 39 N. Y. 19; Propeller Genesee Chief «. Fitzhugh, 12 
How. 443. 

proceedings. Ex parte Graham, 10 Wall. 541. 

cases in . Union Ins. Co. t. U. S., 6 Wall. 759. 

set-off. In statute. Walesby «. Crouldstone, i Harr. & Ruth. 
62s ; L. R., I C. P. 557. 
In affidavit. Queen v. Slatter, 11 Ad. & Ell. 506. 

the account to be due. In statute. Clark e. Evans, 64 Mo. 258. 
In statute. Vidal e. Cammagere, 13 La. Ann. 516; Rhodes v. U.S., 



In constitution. People* «. Gardner, 45 N. 



Dev. 47. 

by the people. 
Y. 812. 

In statute. Anthony e. Gifford, 2 Allen, 549. 

In affidavit. Bowen v. Wilcox, etc., Mac. Co., 86 111. 11. 



ADBIFT. 

ADS. 

ADULTERATE. People e. Fauerback, 5 Park. C. C. 311. 

ADULTERY. Com. v. Lafferty, 6 Gratt. 672 ; Cook t. State, 11 Ga. 53; Miner «. 

State, 58 111. 59; Com. e. Call, 2: Pick. 509; State e. Wallace, 9 N. 

H. 515 ; State e. Lash, i Harr. (N. J.) 380; Hood e. State, 56 Ind. 

263 ; Weatherby c. State, 43 Me. 258 ; State t>. Hinton, 6 Ala» 



!l 



ADULTERY. 



ZO 




ADVERSE. 



AmJUTERY — Continued. 

864 : State »• Hutchinson, 36 Me. 261 ; State v. Wilson, 22 Iowa, 

364; Resp. r. Roberts, 2 Dall. 124; Com. v. Wentz, i Ashm. 269; 

Smith P. Com., 54 Pa. St. 209; Helfrich v. Com., 33 Pa. St. 68; 

States. Armstrong, 4 Minn. 335; State ». Pearce, 2 Blackf. 318; 

State V. Hinton, 6 Ala. 864 ; Hull v. Hull, 2 Strobh. (Eq.) 174; Com. 

V. Elwell, 2 Mete. 190 ; Cook v. State, 1 1 Ga. 53 ; State v. Way, 6 Vt. 

311; States. Fellows, 50 Wis. 65; Buchanan v. State, 55 Al?. 155; 

Gipps v. Gipps, II H. L. Cas. i. 
oommit . /« indictment. Helfrich e. Com., 9 Casey (33 Pa. 

St.) 63 ; State v. Hinton, 6 Ala. 864 ; Lawson v. State, 20 Ala. 65 ; 

Maul V, State, 37 Ala. 160. 
living * ♦ in . In statute. Goodwin ». Owen, 55 

Ind. 243. 

AB VALOBEM. tax. In statute. Bailey v. Fuqua, 24 Miss. 497. 

ADVAirOE. Gibbons v. U. S., Dev. 51. 

Jn contract. Powder Co. v. Burkhardt, 7 Otto, 117. 

or pay. In will. Cooper v. Coopei, L. R., 8 Ch. App. 813. 

ADVANCED. In will. Wright's Appeal, 89 Pa. St. 67. 

ADVAITOEMENT. Christy's Appeal, i Grant's Cas. 369; Sidmouth v. Sidmouth, 

2 Beav. 447 , Dyer t. Dyer, 2 Cox, 93 ; Lord Grey k. Lady Grey, 
I Eq. Abr. 381 ; Finch v. Finch, 15 Ves. 50; Lloyd ». Reed, i P. 
Wms. 607; Ebrand v. Dancer, 2 Ch. Cas. 26; Rider c. Kidder, 10 
Ves. 366; Cawthon v. Coppedge, i Swan, 487 ; Osgood ». Breed, 17 
Mass. 358; Yundt's Appeal, i Harris (13 Pa. St.), 575; Eshelnian's 
Appeal, 74 Pa. St. 42 ; Chase v. Ewing, 51 Barb. 597 ; Grattan c. 
Grattan, 18 111. 167; Talbot «. Marshiield, L. R., 3 Ch. App. 622* 
Grattan e. Grattan, 18 III. 167 ; Miller's Appeal, 31 Pa. St. 337. 

ADVANCEMENTS. In statute. Barker v. Comins, 1 10 Mass. 477. 
ADVANCES. In statute. McCuUough ». Kibler, 5 S. C. 468. 

In will. Nolan ts. Bolton, 25 Ga. 352 ; Chase e. Ewing, 51 Barb. 597 ; 
Vail «. Vail, 10 Barb. 69 ; Barker v. Comins, 1 10 Mass. 477 : Ormsby 
V. State, 6 Nev. 283. 

ADVANTAGE. prefarenoe or priority. In statute. U. S. v. Preston, 4 Wash. 

C. C. 126. 

ADVANTAGES. as well as the disadvantages of the road to such person. 

In statute. Newby v. Platte Co., 25 Mo. 258. 

of said road to said owner. In statute. Louis & Frank. PI. 

Road D. Pickett, 25 Mo. 535. 

and disadvantages of the road to the same. In corporation 

charter. Pacific R. R. t. Chrystal, 25 Mo. 544. 

ADVANTAGEOUS, consider most . In charter. State «. Miller, i Mo. 

App. 50. 

ADVEBSE. interest. In bankrupt act. Cleveland v. Boerum, 24 N. Y. 613. 

party. In statute. Harris t>. Harris, 25 Mo. 567 ; Yates v. Burch, 

13 Hun, 622 ; Senter v. De Bernal, 38 Cal. 637 ; Nelson v. Clongland, 
15 Wis. 392 ; Cotes t. Carroll, 28 How. Pr. 436 ; Garnsey v. Knights, 
I Thomp. & C. 259 ; Fitzgerald v. Cross, 30 Ohio St. 444 ; Campbell 
t. Boulton, 59 Tenn. 354. 

possession. Farley «. Smith. 39 Ala. 38 ; Benal e. Glclm, 33 

Cal. 668 ; Bradstreet t. Huntington, 5 Pet. 402 ; Barret 0. Cobum, 

3 Mete. 510; Fish v. Fish, 39 Barb. 513; Rivers «. Thompson, 43 




ADVERSE. 



ADVERSE. 



IZ 



AFORESAID. 



Jjon, 22 Icwa, 
1 1 Ashm. 269; 
b Pa. St. 68: 

Blackf. 318; 
fq) 174; Com. 
! t>. Way. 6 Vt. 

1% Air. 155; 

ICa*ey(33 Pa. 
le, 20 Ala. 65 : 

In e. Owen, 55 



App, 813. 

D. Sidmouth, 

». Lady Grey, 

f». Reed, 1 P. 

e. Kidder, 10 

)d ». Breed, 17 

5 ; Eshelnian's 

?7 ; Grattan v. 

Ch. App. 622 • 

^a. St. 337. 



, 51 Barb. 597 ; 
477 ; Ormsby 

58ton, 4 Wash. 

Buoh' person. 

I & Frank. PI. 

In corporation 

ililler, I Mo. 

24 N. Y. 613. 
ites «. Burch, 
V. Clongland, 
!y v. Knights, 
44 ; Campbell 

«. Gleim, 33 
it ». Cobum, 
i'hompson, 43 



AD VEBSE —Continued. 

Ala. 633; Jackson v. Frost, 5 Cow. 346 ; LeFrombois v. Jackson, 8 

Cow. 589. 

verdict. Hamblin t». Barnstable Co., 16 Gray, 256. 

ADVERTISEMENT. Com. v. Hooper, 5 Pick. 43. 

ADVEBTISHTO. chart. In contract. Stoops t. Smith, 100 Mass. 63. 



ADVICE. 

AXTEOTED. 

AXTEOTING. 



by and with the . In will. Norcum ». D'OEnch, 17 Mo. 99. 

In statute. Cottle v. Warrington, 5 B. & Ad. 453. 

In statute. Re Derby Estates, 3 Ch. Div. 290. 

the substantial Jiistioe of the tax itself. In statute. Wells «. 

Burnham, 20 Wm. 115. 
order a substantial right. In stat.-f . Oatman e. Bond, 1$ 

Wis. 23. 
AFFIDAVIT. Baker v. Williams, 12 Barb. 527; Soule ». Chase, i Abb. Pr. (N.S.)48; 

Stimpson v. Brooks, 3 Blatchf. 456 ; Burns v. Doyle, 28 Wis. 460 ; 

Kapp v. Dudo, i Mich. N. P. 189; Blatchford v. New Haven R. 

Co., 7 Abb. Pr. 322; Windley ». Bradway, 77 N. C. 333; Harris e. 

Lester, 80 111. 307 ; Watts v. Womaok, 44 Ala. 605. 
In statute. Gawtry t». Doane, 51 N . Y . 84 ; Harris v. Lester, 80 111. 307. 

of publisher. In statute. Hancock v. Whybark, 66 Mo. 673. 

of the plaintiff. In statute. Bryant v. Harding, 29 Mu. 347. 

AFFLNITV. Carman e. Newell, i Denio, 25; Higbe v. Leonard, i Denio, 186; 

Spear «. Robinson, 29 Me. 531 ; Paddock v. Wells, 2 Barb. Ch. 331 ; 

Cain e. Ingham, 7 Cow. 478 ; Foot v. Morgan, i Hill, 654 ; Solinger 

«. Earle, 45 N. Y. S. C. 80. 
AFFIBMANOE. Drummond v. Husson, 14 N. Y. 60. 

AFFRAY. Skains v. State, 21 Ala. 218; Taylor 0. State, 22 Ala. 15 ; Hawkins 0. 
State, 13 Ga. 322; Wilson e. State, 3 Heisk. 278; State v. Sumner, 
5 Stfobh. 53 : State t. Perry. 5 Junes (N. C), 9 ; Com. v. Runnels, 
10 Mass. 518 ; Duncan «. Com., 6 Dana, 295 ; Com. v. Simmons, 6 
J. J. Marsh. 615 ; Simpson v. State, 5 Yerg. 356; Childs e. State, 15 
Ark. 204 ; O'Neill v. State, 16 Ala. 65 ; Carwile v. State, 35 Ala. 392 ; 
State V. Perry, 5 Jones (N. C), 9; Stater. Lanier, 71 N. C. 288 ; Mc- 
Clellan v. State, 53 Ala. 640 ; Klum v. State, i Blackf. 377 ; Cash c. 
State, 2 Overt. 198. 

execution had. In statute. Newlands«. Holmes, 4 Q. B. 859. 

Simpson v. Robert, 35 Ga. 181. 

In indictment. State t. McCracken, 20 Mo. 411 ; Queen t. Hunt, 
10 Q. B. 926 ; Reg. v. Albert, 5 Q. B. 41. 

In statute. Central Nat. Bk. v. Pratt, 1 1 5 Mass. 544. 

as . /« statute. Queen v. R. Co., 2 Q. B. 347 ; King «. Bellamy, 

I B. & C. 505. 

In will. Beaumont «. Squire, 17 Q. B. 906. 

brought up as . In statute. Bramwell v. Eglington, 5 B. & S. 55. 

county . In plea. Sutton 0. Fenn, 2 W. Bl. 847. 

In deed. King 0. Inhabitants, 2 B. & Ad. 491. 

her part . In will. Gibson «. Gell, 2 B. & C. 680. 

places . In statute. Peake v. Screech, 7 Q. B. 610. 

purposes . In statute. Fenwick r. R. Co., L. R., 20 Eq. Cas. 544 ; 

Pearce v. Watts, L. R., 20 Eq. Cas. 492. 



AFORE. 
AFORESAID. 



'f>v'«»A«MiKru'i 



AFORESAID. 



la 



AGENT. 



AFORESAID — Cuntiiiued. 

rate of interest greater than . In statute. First Nat. Bk. of 

Whitehall v. Lamb, 50 N. Y. 95. 
AFOBETHOUQHT. In indictment. Edwards \\ State, 25 Arlt. 446. 

AFOUL. of a cow. In declaration. Ilaifer v. Delf, 3 Ind. 231. 

AFTEB. Sands v. Lyon, 18 Conn. 27 ; Lamb v. Lamb, 11 Pick. 371 ; Hoopert/. 

Hooper 9 Cush. 122 ; Treadwell v. Cordis, 5 Gray, 341. 
In statute. Williams r. Burgess, 12 Ad. & Ell. 635; Commercial Bk. 
' V. Ives. 2 Hill, 355; Butts v. Edwards, 2 Denio. 164; Judd r. Fulton, 

10 Barb. 117; Page «. Weymouth, 47 Me. 238. 
In will. Raynes v. Raynes, 54 N. H. 201. 

oonviotion. In Constitufion. State v. Alexander, 76 N. C. 231 

(22 Am. Rep. 675) ; Blair's Case, 25 Gratt. 850. 

judgment. In statute. Owston v. Coates, 10 Ad. & Ell. 197. 

the ftwt committed. In statute. Collins v. Rose, 5 M. &. W. 

195- 
my debts and funeral charges are paid. In will. Fenwick 

«. Chapman, 9 Pet. 461. 
-work. In insurance policy. Houghton v. Manufacturers' Ins. • 

Co., 8 Mete. 114. 

one month . Gore v. Hedges, 7 Mon. 521. 

AFTEBNOON. In statute. Reg. v. Knapp, 2 El. & Bl. 450. 

AFTEBWABDS. In indictment. Holloway v. Queen, 17 (J. B. 317. 

AGAINST. In indictment. State v. Prather, 54 Ind. 63 ; Com. c. Penniinan, 8 

Mete. 521. 

her will. Com. v. Burke, 105 Mass. 380. 

the form of the statute. In plea. Turquand v. Mosedon, 7 

M. &W. 510. 
the peace of the State. In indictment. Williams «. State, 27 

Wis. 402. 
AG-ENOY*. Ik contract. Packing Co. v. Farmers' Union, 55 Cal. 606. 

AGENT. Reg. v. Hynes, 13 U. C. Q. B. 194; Reg. v. Armstrong, 20 U. C. Q. 

B. 245 ; Hinderer v. State, 38 Ala. 415 ; Dempster v. West, 69 111. 

613; People V. Allen, 5 Denio, 76; Hartford, etc., Ins. Co. v. Mat- 
thews, 102 Masai 221 , Wilson c. Genesee Ins. Co., 14 N. Y. 418. 
In bill of exchange. Bartlett v. Hawley,. 120 Mass. 92. 
In contract. Sayre d. Nichols, 5 Cal. 487 ; Porter v. Hermann, 8 Cal. 

624; Haskell e. Cornish, 13 Cal. 47. 
In indictment. Tifft v. State, 23 Miss. 567. 
In note. Davis v. Henderson, 25 Miss. 556 ; Toledo Works v. Heiser, 

51 Mo. 128. 

In statute. Com. v. Young, 9 Gray, 5; Com. v. Libbey, 11 Mete. 64; 
Reg. ». Cesser, 13 Cox, C. C. 187; Reg. t. Atkinson, 2 Moody, C.C. 
278; Rex ». Hartley. Russ. & Ry. 139; Rex v. Squire, 2 Stark. 349; 
Reg. V. Atkinson, Car. & M. 525; Rex v. Beaeall, 1 Car. & P. 310; 
Rex V. Prince, 2 Car. & P. 517 ; Rex t>. Snowley, 4 Car. & P. 390; 
Rex f). Pearson, 4 Car. & P. 572; Rex v. Salisbury. 5 Car. & P. iS5» 
Reg. V. Townsend. Car. * M. 178; Reg. v. Hunt. 8 Car. & P- 642; 
Ree. V. White. 8 Car. & P. 742; Reg. p. Wilson. 9 Car. & P. 27; Reg. 
V. Welch. 2 Car. & K. 206; Reg. v. Townsend. 2 Car. & K. 168 ; Reg. 
e. Rees, 6 Car. & P. 606 ; Reg. v. Masters, i Den. C. C. 332 ; 2 Car. 



AGENT. 



Nat. Bk. of 



'I ; Hooper r. 

nmercial Bk. 
idd r. Fulton, 



|, 76 N. C. 231 

Ell. 197. 
e, 5 M. &. W. 

'///. Fenwick 

facturers' Ins. • 



AGENT. 



13 



AGREE. 



Pennlinan, 8 



•h Mosedon, 7 
ns v. State, 27 

5. 

g. 20 U. C. Q. 
. West, 69 III. 
s. Co. V. Mat- 
N. Y. 418. 

rmann, 8 Cal. 



rks ». Heiser, 

, II Mete. 64; 
Moody, C. C. 
2 Stark. 349; 
ar. & P. 310; 
^ar. & P. 390; 
:ar. &P. 15s; 
ir. & P. 642; 
r P. 27; Reg. 
K. 168; Reg. 
. 332 ; 2 Car. 



AOEITT— Continued. 

& K. 930 ; Temp. * M. 1 ; 18 Law J. (N. S.) M. C. 2 ; Reg. p. Miller, 
2 Moody, 249; Co.x I'. Mcllish, Russ. & Ry. 80; Rex c. Burton, 1 
Moody, 237; Budd v. The State, 3 Humph. 483; Com. r. Wyman, 
8 Mctc. 247; Reg. ('. Watts, i Eng. L. k Eq. 558; 2 Den. C. C. 14; 
State V. Hart, 4 Ired. 346; State v. Chandler, 2 Strobh. 26^1; Hejr. p. 
Jones, Car. & M. 61 1 ; Rex r. Tyers, Russ. k. Ry. 402 ; Reg. r. Mas- 
ters, 3 New Ses. Cas. 326; 12 Jur. 942; Reg. c. Sheppard, 9 Car. & 
P. 121 ; Walker r. Com., 8 Leigh,>743; R*^* ■''• Jackson, i Moody, 
119; Com. e. Stearns, 2 Mete. 343; Reg. ». Lovell, 2 Moody& R. 236; 
Chennery ». Evans, 11 H. L. Cas. 115; Com. c. Libbey, 11 Mete. 64; 
Farebrother ». Simmons, 5 B. & Aid. 334; Childsr. Str. Brunette, 19 
Mo. 5r8. 

Olerk or servant. In statute. Coats v. People, 22 N. Y. 245 ; 

Com. V. Stv-nrns, 2 Mete. 343 ; Com. v. Young, 9 Gray, 5. 

intrusto'i with goods. In statute. Baines %>. Swainson, 4 B. & 

S. 273 ; ?>ionk 7>. Whittenbury. 2 B. & Ad. 486. 

or attorney. In statute. Colgin v. State Bk, 1 1 Ala. 222. 

or employee of an insurance company. In statute. Re 

Bowman, 7 Mo. (App.) 568. 

appoint an . Dixon v. Livingston Co. , 70 Mo. 239. 

general and special to transact all manner of business. In 

authority. Hodge z/. Comba, i Black, 192. 

special . Witcher 7/. Brewer, 49 Ala. 1 19. 

AQENTS. In statute. Schulenburg v. Weiner, 6 Mo. (App.) 292. 

officers or servants. In statute, Budd v. State, 3 Humph. 

483. 

AGG-BEQATE. payments. In charter. Seibert v. Cavender, 3 Mo. (App.) 423. 

AOOBDfiVED. Taff?/. State, 39 Conn. 83. 

In statute. Switzler v. Rodman, 48 Mo. i9r ; Kinealy v. Macklin, 67 
Mo. 95. 

party. In statute. Lackland v. Thomas 5 Mo. (App.) 1 53 ; State 

V. Boyle, 6 Mo. (App.) 58. 

party . In statute. Veazie Bk. v. Young, 53 Me. 551 ; Salmon v. 

Pearson, 8 Md. 297 ; Com. v. Graves, 112 Mass. 287. Rochfort v. 
Atherly, i Ex. Div. 511 ; King 7/1 Justices, ; B. &C.432 ; Swackhamer 
V. Kline, 25 N. J. (Eq.) 503 ; Raleigh v. Rogers, 25 N. J. (Eq.) 506 ; 
Adams v. Woods, 8 Cal. 306; Ely v. Frisbie, 17 Cal. 250; Kiefer v. 
Winkens, 3 Daly, 191 ; Deering v. Adams, 34 Me. 41 ; ex parte Sad- 
ler, 27 W. R. 1 56. 

Iierson . In statute. Betts v. Shotton, 27 Wis. 670; Loweryv. 

Lowery, 64 N. C. iio; Labarz/. Nichols, 23 Mich. 310 ; Chappel v. 

Purdy, 12 M. & W. 303. 
AGREE* State v. Hoe, 14 Q. B. 431 ; Avery v. Inhabitants of Tyringham, 3 

Mass. 160 (3 Am. Dec. 105). 
In contract. Baldwin v. Humphrey, 44 N. Y. 609 ; Newcomb v. 

Clark, I Denio, 226. 
In deed. Monypenny v. Monypenny, ^H. L. Cas 1 14. 
In verdict. Benedict v. State, 14 Wis. 423. 
to let. In lease. McGrath v. Boston, 103 Mass. 37? ; Doe 7/. 

Benjamin, 9 Ad. & Ell. 644. 
to rent or lease. In lease. Kabley v. Gas Co., 102 Mass. 394. 



-' iiiSiiiii,^.^l!!i<y-!ii>^^^i^^mtS(l&^^ 



p 



AGREE. 



14 



A LI EN A TED, 



\ I., 



AGREE — Continued. 

I to pay. 



AGREEABLY. 
AGREED. 



/« contract. Davien v. Wilkinson, 10 Ad. it Ell. 99. 

I to Mil. In contract. Ives v. llazzard, 4 R. I. J4. 

AGREEABLE. to my wishes. In will. Stead v. Mellur, 5 Ch. Div. 33$. 

to law. People v. Smith, 23 N. Y. 59. 

In plea. North ?'. Kizer. 72 111. 172. 

In statute. Corbett?'. Packing lon, 6 B. & C. 273. 

it ia . IH contract. Barton?'. McLean, 511111,250. 

it is mutually . In contract. Mosher v. Southern Ex. Co., 38 

Ga. yj. 

AGREEMENT. Holmes v. Jennison, 14 Pet. 572 ; Packard v. Richardson, 17 Mass. 122. 

In statute. Ivory 7>. Murphy, 36 Mo. 534 ; Thompson v. Blanchard, 3 

N. Y. 335 ; Saunders t. Wakefield, 4 B. & Aid. 604 ; Biddell v. Leeder, 

I B. & C. 333; Hill V. Fox. 4 Hurl. & N. 362 ; Sears v. Brink, 3 

Johns. 210 (3 Am. Dec. 475) ; Sage 7'. Wilcox, 6 Conn. 81 ; Wain v. 

.. Warlters, 5 East, 10; Andrews?'. Pontuc, 24 Wend. 285; Broadwell 

V. Getman, 2 Denio, 87. 

contract or promise in writing. /«j/<i/«/f. Kimball?'. Whitney, 



15 Ind. 280. 
— in writing. 



In statute. Vallc v. Kramer, 4 Mo. (App.) 570; 
Rosenbluth ?/. Dunn, 41 Conn. 619. 

or submission to arbitration. In statute. Wadsworth v. Smith, 

L. R., 6 y. B. 332. 
AGREES. In contract. Wells v. New York Central R. R. Co., 42 N. Y, 181. 

AGRICULTURAL. employment. In statute. Bachelder v. Bickford, 62 Me. 526. 

AGRICULTURE. Simons?'. Lovell, 7 Heisk. 510; Bachelder?/. Bickford, 62 Me. 526. 
AID. U. P. R. R. V. Colfax Co., 4 Neb. 450; Re Smith, 3 Hurl. & N. 234. 

In statute. Com. v. Adams, 127 Mass. 15; Raiford v. State, 59 Ala. 
106; People ?'. Wood, 45 Cal. 293. 

and abet. State v. Cox, 65 Mo. 29; U. S. v. Gooding, 12 Wheat. 

460; Com. ?'. Knapp, 9 Pick. 496 (20 Am. Dec. 491). 

or comfort. In statute. Young v. U S., 7 Otto, 60. 

In patent specification. Chicago Fruit House Co. v. Busch, 2 Biss. 472. 

giving a iblse . In statute. Koppersmith v. State, 51 Ala. 6. 

Strother?/. Lucas, 12 Pet. 442; U. S. v. Castilerro, 2 Black, 17, 194. 
Purdy V. People, 4 Hill, 384. 

contract. Moore v. Johnston, 8 La. Ann. 488. 

In indictment. Kennedy ?'. People, 39 N. Y, 245. 

execution. Roberts ?'. Church, 17 Conn. 142. 

Thomas v. Ackleen, 2 B. & C. 798 ; Ainslie v. Martin, 9 Mass. 456 ; 
Jackson v. Wright, 4 Johns. 75; McKinneyf. Savage, 18 How, 
235 ; Terry v. Ins. Co., 3 Dill. 409. 
In statute. McGregor v. McGregor, 33 How. Pr. 456 ; 3 Abb. App. 
Dec. 92 ; Terry ?'. Ins. Co., 3 Dill. 409. 

the land. In statute. Maydwell v. Maydwell, 9 Heisk. 571. 

such • ^ statute. Wright v. Saddler, 20 N. Y. 320. 

Burbank v. Rockingham Ins. Co., 24 N. H. 550. 
In insurance policy. Pollard v. Somerset Ins. Co., 42 Me. 221 ; Mount 
Vernon Co. v. Summit Ins. Co., 10 Ohio St. 347 ; Smith v. Mon- 
mouth Ins. Co., 50 Me. 96 ; Rice v. Tower, i Gray, 426 ; Rollins v. 



AIRTIQICr. 

ALARM. 

ALCALDE. 

ALDERMAN. 

ALEATORY. 

ALIAS. 

ALIEN, 



ALIENATE. 
ALIENATED. 



ill- 



mm 



mmm 



ALIEN A TED. 



1$ 



ALL. 



17 Mass. 123. 

Blanchard, 3 
lell V. Leeder, 
rs V. Brink, 3 
, 81 ; Wain v. 
5 ; Broadwell 

11 V, Whitney, 

, (App.) 570; 

orth V. Smith, 

J. Y. 181. 
d, 62 Me. 526. 
rd, 62 Me. 526. 
. & N . 234. 
State, 59 Ala. 

ig, 12 Wheat. 

60. 

;h, 2 Biss. 472. 
, 51 Ala. 6. 
ack, 17. 194- 



, 9 Mass. 456 ; 
ige, 18 How. 

3 Abb. App. 

[eisk. 571. 
20. 

. 221 ; Mount 
niith V. Mon- 
;6; Rollins v. 



AUBNATBD — Continued. .„ r^^ i«« • 

^*^ Columbian Ins. Co., 25 N. H. 200; Ph Hips v. Bchn, .9 Oa. _:98 • 

Tomiinson v. Monmouth Ins. Co., 47 Me, 232 ; FoUom t'. Belknap 

Co. Ins. Co., 30 N. H. 231 ; Shepherd v. Union, etc. ns. Ca. 38 N. 

H 232 ; Conover. v. Mutual Ins. C( 3 Denlo, 254 : Allen v. Hudscv.. 

etc Ins. Co., 19 Barb. 443 : Edmands 7/. Mutual Ins. Co, i Allen. 

3,,"; Edes V. Hamilton, etc.. Ins. Co., 3 Allen, 362 ; Lockwood v. 

Middlesex Ins. Co.. 47 Conn. 554- 
by Bale or otherwUw. /« corporation act, Conover v. Ins. Co., 

I N. Y. 290- 
AUBNATION. Brewster v. Madden, 15 Kas. 249; Masters v. Madison Ins. Co., .1, 

Barb. 624. 
Jn insurance poluy. Lane v. Maine Mut. Ins. Co., i a Me. 44- 
In statute. Riehl v. Bingenhein>er. 28 Wis. 84 : Vinnedge v. Shaffer. 

35 Ind. 341 ; Sherwood v. Waller. 20 Conn. 263. 
Chase v. Chase, 55 Me. 21 ; Odom v. Odom, 36 Ga. 283. 

In statute. Waters v. Waters, 49 Mo. 385 = .^^^^^^J'/'^^f!.''' .'fe 
Mass. 428 ; Parsons v. Parsons, 9 N. H. 309; &heafe v. Sheafe, 

24 N. H. 564. 
and maintenance. In statute. Cabme v. Calame, a 5 N.J. 

(Eq.) 548. 
Phillips V. State. 15 Ga. 518. 
In pleading. Bowen v. Jenkin, 6 Ad. & Ell. 924- 
In statute. Harrington v. Smith. 28 Wis. 43; Danoz.. «• «• Co^' ^^ 
Ark s67: Guest t/. Opdyke, 2 Vroom. 552; Phillips 7^ Saunders. 15 
Ga. 5i8-, Kiefferr. Ehler. .8 Pa. St. 388; Stone z/. Elliott, n Ohio 

St. 452- 
In will. Roe v. NeviH. n Q- B. 467 ; Alsop v. Russell, 38 Conn. loa. 

actions. In statute. Fink v. Hanegan, 51 Mo. 280. 

and every. In will Allgood v. Blake, L. R., 7 Ex. 339. 

bUlB or notes. In statute. Batterson v. Porter, 2 Litt. 389- 

oases. In statute. Flake v. VanWagener, 54 N. Y. 25 ; Jackson 

t;. Reeves, 53 Ind. 231; Blevins v. People. 2 111. 172; Magrave 7/. 

White, 8 B. & C. 419; Gilbert v. Neely, 35 Ark. 28. 



claiming imder him. 

claims and demands. 

44 Mo. 444- 

creditors of the firm. 

Dill. 155. 
debts. In statute. U. 

Hay, 3 B. & C. 19- 
demands. In statute. 



In deed. Clore v. Graham, 64 Mo. 249. 
In written receipt. Grumley v. 'Vyebb, 

In composition. Rinsing v. Bartholew, 

S. V. Herron, 20 Wall. 251 ; Sidaway 7/. 



State Bank v. Tutt, 44 Mo. 367. 

fitidts. Whitney v. Boardman, 118 Mass. 242. 

I am possessed of. In will. Wilde 7/. Holtzmeyer, 5 Ves. Jr. 811. 

I am worth. In will. Huxstep v. Brooman, i Brown's Ch. 437- 

intents and purposes whatsoever. In statute. Haight v. Joyce, 

2 Cal. 66. 
I possess in-doors and out-doors. In will. Tolar v. Tolar, 3 

Hawks, 74 (»4 Am. Dec. 575)- 
judgment creditora of the debtor. In statute. Posey v. Persley, 

60 Ala. 243. 



^•«s*h8&i 



ALL. 



x6 



ALL. 



;rni 



ALL — Continued. 

— judgments or decrees. In statute. Josselyn v. Stone, 28 Miss. 

753. 

legal costs. James v. Bligh, 1 1 Allen, 4. 

liability. In contract. Agawam Bank v. Strever, 18 N. Y. 502. 

matters in dispute. In suhnission to arbitration. Shackleford 

V. Purket, 2 A. K. Marsh. 435 (12 Am. Dec. 422) ; Hoover -^ Neigh- 
bors, 64 N. C. 429. 

matters of the allotment of dower. In constitvlion. Jiggitts 

V. Bennett, 31 Miss. fto. 

moneys. In statute. Harrington v. Smith, 28 Wis. 43. 

moneys received. In statute. Reed v. Jones, 1 5 Wis. 40. 

my daughters. In will. Laker v. Hordern, i Ch. Div. 644. 

my effects. In will. Ennis v. Smith, 14 How. 400. 

my estate. In will. Andrews v. Brumfield, 32 Miss. 108 ; Hogan 

V. Jackson, 6 Cowp. 299; Hilton v. Hilton, 2 McArthur, 70. 

my estate and effects. In will. Stokes v. Salamons, 4 Eng. 

L. &Eq. 133. 

my estate both real and personal. In will. Jackson v. Bab- 
cock, 12 Johns. 389. 

my estate whether real or personal. In will. Ballard v. Carter, 

5 Pick. 112 (16 Am. Dec. 377). 

my landed estate. In will. Myers v. Myers, 2 McCord's Ch. 

214(16 Am. Dec. 648). 

my lands. In will. Wright v. Den, 10 Wheat. 204. 

my other estate real and personal. In will. Countess of 

Bridgewater v. Duke of Bolton, 6 Mod. 106. 

my other property. In will. Mayo v. Carrington, 4 Call. 472 

(2 Am. Dec. 581). 

my personal property. In will. v. , 3 Ch. Div. 

309- 

my property. In will. Mayo v. Bland, 4 Md. Ch. 484. 

my property of any nature or kind t h tsoever. In will. 

Mitchell 7/. Mitchell, i Ired. (L.) 257. 

my property of every description. In will. Hurdle v. Ou- 

law, 2 Jones' Eq. 75. 

my real estate. In will. Doe v. Harvey, 4 B. & C. 623 ; Right 

V. Creber, 5 B. & C. 867 ; Godfreys. Humphrey, 18 Pick. 537 ; Mor- 
rison V. Semple, 6 Binney, 94; Carr v. Jeannerett, 2 McCord, 66. 

notes. In stutute. Milne z/. Graham, i B. & C. 192. 

personal effects. In deed. Bellamy v. Bellamy, 6 Fla. 62. 

persons. In constitution. Ex parte Voll, 41 Cal. 33. 

process. In statute. Brinsiield v. Austin, 39 Ala. 227. 

rail.. In bill of lading. Maghee v. Camden, etc., R. Co., 45 

N. Y. 514. . 

rents and profits. In contract. Metropolitan R. R. Co. v. De- 
fries, 2 Q. B Div. 189. 

road crossings. In statute. Bradley v. New York R. R. Co., 

34 N. Y. 427. 

sorts of wool. In statute. Pearce v. Cowie, i Holt, N. P. 69. 



ii 



-w^^WMIMMMMH 



JMII llll|lllWTIr»TlUIIII|l><M«illl>iWIWlWllf]lllM^ 



ALL. 



ALL. 



17 



ALONG. 



^n V. Stone, 28 Miss. 

trever. 18 N. Y. 502. 
'ation. Shackleford 
; Hoover-/. Neigh- 

onstituiion. Jiggitts 

28 Wis. 43. 
nes, 1 5 Wis. 40. 
ti. I Ch. Div. 644. 

3W. 400. 

12 Miss. 108 ; Hogan 

[cArthur, 70. 

V. Salarrons, 4 Eng. 

fl. Jackson v. Bab- 

'II. Ballard v. Carter, 

ers, 2 McCord'sCh. 

!cat. 204. 

t will. Countess of 

arrington, 4 Call. 472 

^- , 3 Ch. Div. 

^d. Ch. 484. 
tsoever. In will. 

till. Hurdle v. Ou- 

. B. &C. 623; Right 
, 18 Pick. 537; Mor- 
;tt, 2 McCord, 66. 

C. 192. 
amy, 6 Fla. 62. 

Cal. 33. 
9 Ala. 227. 
n, etc., R. Co., 45 

in R. R. Co. V. De- 

ew York R. R. Co., 

1, I Holt, N. P. 69. 



ALL — Continued. 

streams. Jn deed. Whitehead v. Parks, 2 Hurl. & N. 871. 

such rates. In statute. Queen v. Mayor, 10 Ad. & Ell. 68.' 

the children. In will. Ellis v. Houston, 10 Ch. Div. 236. 

the estate, in deed. Mundy v. Vawter, 3 Gratt. 518. 

the gates. In statute. Rex v. Trustees, 4 B. & C. 363. 

the interest. In assignment. Stewart v. Stebbins, 30 Miss. 66, 

In decree. Harph-^m v. Little, 59 III. 509. 

the notes of hand. In will. Perry v. Maxwell, 2 Dev, Eq. 438. 

the property. In will. Howland v. Howland, 100 Mass. 222. 

the property I possess. In will. Brantly v. Kee, 5 Jones' 

Eq- 332- 
the real and personal estate. In will. Morgan v. Thomas, 6 

Ch. Div. 176. 

the remainder. In will. Den v. Schultze, 2 Green, $3. 

the residue and remainder of my real estate. In will. Parker 

V. Parker, 5 Mete. 134. 

the rest of my estate. In will. Read v. Payne, 3 Call, 225 

(2 Am. Dec. 550). 

the witnesses thereto. In statute. Buckeridge v. Flight, 6 B. 

& C. 54. 

two lots. In will. Creswell v. Lawson, 7 G. & J. 227. 

who may feel interested. Hem v. McCaughan, 32 Miss. 19. 

writs of execution. In statute. Doe v. Roe, 18 Q. B. 806. 

ALL7JOIANCE. Calvin's Case, 7 Rep. i ; Carlisle v. U. S., 16 Wall. 147. 
ALLODIAL. In constitution. Parker v. Dayton, 28 Wis. 368. 
ALLONGE. Folgfirr/. Chase, 18 Pick. 63. 
ALLOTMENT. In statute. King v. Pitt, 5 B. & Ad. 571. ' 
ALLOTMENTS. In statute. Doe v. Saunder, 5 Ad. & Ell. 675. 
ALLOW. In statute. King v. Inhabitants. 4 B. & Ad. 237. 

I to give. In instrument. Harmon v. James, 7 Ind. 263. 

ALLOWANCE. Davies v. Stacey, 12 Ad. & Ell 506. 

In statute. Smith v. Smith, 45 Ala. 264 ; Comm'rs v. Reissner, 58 Ind. 
260. 

ALLOWANCEb. U. S. v. Landers, 92 U. S. 77. 



ALLOWED. 



ALLXrVION. 



ALMS. 
ALONG. 



'liJiAiawte/sB, 




In statute. Glenn v. Glenn, 41 Ala. 571. 

to be good. In statute. Townsend v. Hargraves, 1 18 Mass. 325. 

Pulley V. Municipality. 18 La. 278 ; Municipality v. Orleans Cotton 

Press, 18 La. 122; County of St. Clair r/. Lovingston, 23 Wall. 46; 

Lovingston v. St. Clair County, 64 111. 56 ; Lovingston v. Heerman, 

9 Mart. 656. 
In statute. Queen v. Mayor, 2 Q. B. 695. 

In deed. Church v. Meeker, 34 Conn. 425; Seneca Indians v. Knight, 
23 N. Y. 498; Ledyard v. Ten Eyck,'36 Barb. 102; Comes v. Minot, 
42 Barb. 60. 

In statute. King v. Morris, i B. & Ad. 448 ; Walton v. R. R. Co., 67 
Mo. 56. 

a river. In statute. Stevens v. R. R Co., 5 Vroom, 532 ; Stevens 

V. R. R. Co., 6 C. E. Green, 359. 



ALONG. 



x8 



AMOUNT. 






In deed. Howard v. Ingersoll, 13 How. 381. 
In deed. Luce v. Carley, 24 Wend. 451. 
in statute. Grand Trunk R. R. Co. v. Richardson, 



AUtEADY. 



AIJ30. 



AIiTEB. 



AUSEajLTlOV, 



AliONQ — Continued. 

the bank. 

the river. 

the route. 

91 U. S. 454. 
thenhore. Indeed. Church v. Meeker, 34 Conn. 421 ; Child z/. 

Starr, 4 Hill, 369. 
the street. In deed. Hammond v. McLachlan, i Sandf. 323; 

Herring v. Fisher, i Sandf. 344. 
In statute. Apothecaries' Co. v. Roby, 5 B. & Aid. 949. 

incurred. In statute. Com. v. Burnett, 108 Mass. 30. 

when not done. In city ordinance. Re Burmeister, 6 N. Y. 

Week. Dig. 197. 
In will. Parish v. Cook, 6 Mo. (App.) 331 ; Fenny v. Ewestace, 4 M. 

& S. 60; Evans v. Knorr, 4 Rawle, 66; Anonymous, 2 Hawy. 161. 
In statute. City of Hannibal v. Winchell, 54 Mo. 172; Lockland v. 

North Missouri R. R. Co., 31 Mo. 180; Ponder f. Shannon, 5463. 

187; Waddell v. Mayor, 8 Barb. 95; Fish v. Mayor, 6 Paige. 268; 

Com. V. Hayward, 10 Mass. 34. 

Inhabitants of Gloucester v. County Commrs., 3 Mete. 379 : Oliver 

V. Hawley, 5 Neb. 439 ; Palmer v. Sargent, 5 Neb. 233 ; Morrell v. 

Otis, 12 N. H. 466. 
in the terms and conditions of the insurance. In insurance 

policy. Brockelbank v. Surgue, i B. & Ad. 85. 

or addition. In lease. Sherman v. Wilder, 106 Mass. 537. 

ALTERATIONS. In statute. Drew v. Mason, 81 111. 498. 

and repairs incidental to the risk. In insurance policy. Crane 

V. City Ins. Co., 3 Fed. Rep. 558. 

slight . Upjohn v. Inhabitants of Taunton, 6 Cush. 311. 

AIiTEBED. In constitution. Milwaukee, etc., R. R. Co. v. Field, 12 Wis. 344. 

In statute. Reg. v. Plunkett, 21 U. C. Q. B. 536. 
ALWAYS. on the lookout. In statute. Louisville, etc., R. R. Co. v. Stone, 

7 Heisk. 468. 
AMALGAMATE. with. In statute. Re Empire Ass. Co., L. R., 4 Eq. Cas.* 

341- 
AMBASSADORS. and other public ministers. In constitution. 7 Op. Atty.- 

Gen. 186. 

Island. In insurance policy. Moxon v. Atkins, 3 Camp. 200. 

Howard v. Michigan Southern R. R. Co., 5 How. Pr. 306 ; George v. 

McCIooy, 6 How. Pr, 200. 
In constitution. Milwaukee, etc., R. R. Co. v. Field, 12 Wis. 344. 

compounder. In statute. Bird v. Laycock, 7 La. Ann. 17 1» 

suit. Thompson v. Moulton, 20 La. Ann. 535. 

Knote V. U. S., 10 Ct. of Claims, 397 ; s Otto, 152. 

In -will. Hudson v. Hudson, 6 Munf. 352. 

In will. Casterton %>. Sutherland, 9 Ves. Jr. 446. 



AMET.TA. 

AMEITOED. 
AMICABLE. 

AMNESTY. 
AMONQ. 
AMONGST. 
AMOUNT. 



Ross V. Prentiss, 3 How. 711 ; McKeew. Ellis, 2 La. Ann. 163; States. 

Wiltz, II La. Ann. 198; Gayarre v. Hays, 3i La. Ann. 307; States. 

Judge, 31 La. Ann. 65; Udall v. The Ohio. 17 How. 17. 
in controversy. In statute. State v, Legarde, 21 La. Ann. 18; 




3°- 
ister, 6 N. Y. 

xrestace, 4 M. 
2 Hawy. 161. 
Lockland v. 
innon, 54 Ga. 
6 Paige, 268 ; 

:. 379; Oliver 
3 ; Morrell v. 

In insurance 

ifass. 537* 



AMOUNT. 



19 



ANNUAL. 



AMUSEMENT. 
ANAIiOGOUS. 
ANCESTOB. 



policy. Crane 


■ 


h. 3"' 
Wis. 344. 


1 


Co. V. Stone, 


1 


I., 4 Eq. Cas." 


I AIOMAL. 


7 Op. Atty- 


1 


Camp. 200. 
j6 ; George v. 


■ AinMALS. 


Wis. 344. 
Ann. 171* 


■ ANNEXED. 



AMOUNT — Continued. 

State V. Judge, 22 La. Ann. 49; Smith 7>. Smith, 15 Vt. 620; Bradley 
7/. Kent, 22 Cal. 169; Maxfield v. Johnson, 30 Gal. 545; Moore v. 
Boner, 7 Bush, 26. 

in dispute. In statute. Malson v. Vaughn, 23 Cal. 61 ; Skill- 
man V. Lachman, 23 Cat. 198; Orth v. Clutz, 18 B. Mon. 225. 

of money in controversy. In statute. McNab v. Noonan, 2& 

Wis. 447. 
public . In statute. Com. v. Gee, 6 Cush. 179. 

forms. In statute. Smith v. State, 63 Ala. 57. 

Brown f. Hunt, 18 Ohio St. 311; McCarthy v. Marsh, 5 N. Y. 263; 
Banks v. Walker, 3 Barb. Ch. 438; Den v. DeHart, 3 N. J. (L.) 363. 

In statute, Wheeler v. Clutterbuck, 52 N. Y. 67 ; McCarty w. Marsh, 
5 N. Y. 263; Clark v. Shailer, 46 Conn. 119; Buckingham v. 
Jacques, 37 Conn. 402; Pratt r/. Atwood, 108 Mass. 41 ; Prickett w. 
Parker, 3 Ohio St. 394; Armstrongs. Moran, i Bradf. 314. 

watch. The Lady Franklin, 2 Low. 220. 

People V. Nichols, 52 N. Y. 478; Hale v. Sweet, 40 N. Y. 97; Roome 

r/. Phillips, 24 N. Y. 463; Fredenburg v. Turner, 37 Mich. 402; 

Robbins v. Butler, 24 111. 428 ; Boag v. Lewis, i U. C. Q. B. 357. 
In deed. Walsh v. Trevanin, 1 5 Q. B. 751 ; Jackson v. Topping, i Wend. 

388 (19 Am. Dec. 515) ; Thomas v. Peiry, Pet. C. C, 49. 
In statute. Porter r/. State, 58 Ala. 66; Streeter t/. People, 69 111. 595; 

Com. v. Hadcraft, - 3ush, 92; Robb «». Belt, 12 B. Mon. 647; Buck 

V. Dozenbecker, 8 Vroom, 359; Hopper v. Hopper, i Zab. 543; 

Queen v. Recorder, 6 E & S. 670 ; State v. Smith, 46 Iowa, 670. 
In will. Ely v. Ely, s C. E. Green, 44; Counter v. Stagg, 12 C. E. 

Green, 305 ; Doe v. Rawding, 2 B. & Aid. 452 ; Re Merrick, L. R., i 

Eq. Cas. 551 ; Re Kirkbridge Trusts, L. R., 2 Eq. Cas. 400; Reidv. 

Braithwaite, L. R., 11 Eq. Cas. 515; Sa)rward v. Sayward, 7 Greenlf. 

210 (22 Am. Dec. 191}. 
account for pay over. In statute. Supervisors v. Kirby, 25 

Wis. 498. 



ANCHOB. 
AND. 



.163; State V. 
. 307; State V. 
17- 
La. Ann. 18; 



In itatute. Budge v. Parsons, 3 B. & S. 382 ; Hunt v. State, 55 Ala. 138. 

of the cow kind. In statute. Watson v. State, 55 Ala. 150. 

any other domestic . In statute. Budge v. Parsons, 3 B. & S. 

382; Bates V. McCormack, 9 L. T. (N. S.) 175. 
In railway placard. Cantling v. H. & St. Joe R. R., 54 Mo. 385. 
In statute. Harrison v. R. R. Co., 2 B. & S. 141 . 

other live . In statute. Reiche r/. Smythe, 13 Wall. 162. 

In statute. Shaw v. McGregor, 105 Mass. 96; Saco v. Hopkington, 26 

Me. 268. 

ANNOUNCED. In statute. Walker v. Heller, 56 Ind. 298. 
ANNUAL. Park Bank v. Wood, 24 N. Y. 93. 

election. In constitution. Peoples. Keller, 17 N. Y. 370. 

income. In will. Betts v. Betts, 4 Abb. 1^. C. 317. 

interest. In written agreement. McPike v. Kerr, 29 Mo. 79; 

Catlin V. Marsh, 16 Vt. 44. 

net value. In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 5 Ad. & Ell. 259. 

office. Peppin V. Cooper, 2 B. & Aid. 440<( Harris v. Babbitt, 4 

Dill. 190. 



MiMM 



IMP' 



ANNUAL. 



20 



ANY. 



ANNUAIi — Continued. 

or speoial election. In statute. Phillips v. Town of Albany, 28 

Wis. 3S5. 

salary. State v. State Auditor, 36 Mo. 66. 

value. In statute. Re Elwes, 3 Hurl. & N. 725. 

any or other future election. In statute. Mayor v. Oswald, 



AlTinJALLY. 



AWKUITY. 



AITNUL. 
AirOTHEB. 



3 El. & Bl. 670. 

Sparhawk v. Wills, 6 Gray, 163; People v. Brenham, 3 Cal. 488. 

In statute. Bond v. Clark, 6 Allen, 361. 

or in any way she may wish. In will, rii.ll v. Hall, 3 McCord 

Ch. 280, 

with interest . In contract. Walker v. Kimball, 22 111. 537. 

Shufeldt 7/. Abernathy, 2 Duer, 533; Horton z/. Cook, 10 Watts, 127; 
Booth V. Ammerman, 4 Bradf. 129 ; ex parte McComb, 4 Bradf. 151 ; 
Nield V. Smith, 4 Ves. 491 ; Stephens v. Milnor, 24 N. J. (Eq.)358; 
Wagstaff v. Loweree, 23 Barb. 209. 

In statute. Parker v. Ince, 4 Hurl. & N. 54. 

bond. In statute. Winter v. Mouseley, 2 R & Aid. 805. 

In deed. Woodson v. Skinner, 22 Mo. 213. 

execution. In statute. Greenwood z/. McGilvary, 120 Mass. 516. 

fblony. In statute. State 7/. Brown, 60 Mo. 140. 

treasurer. In bond. Citizens' Loan. Ass. t/. Nugent, 1 1 Vroom, 

215 (29 Am. Rep. 230). 

debt, defiiult or miscarriage of . In statute. Eastwood v. Ken- 
yon, 1 1 Ad. & Ell. 438 ; Readers. Kingham, 13 C. B. (N. S.) 344 ; Har- 
greaves v. Parsons, 13 M. & W. 561 ; Colt v. Root, 17 Mass. 229; 
Weld V. Nichols, 17 Pick. 538; Preble v. Baldwin, 6 Cush. 549; 
Pike V. Brown, 7 Cush. 123 ; Alger v. Scoville, i Gray, 391 ; Aldrich 
V. Ames, 9 Gray, 76 ; Morin v. Martz, 13 Minn. 191 ; North v. Rob- 
inson, I Duv. 71 ; Soule v. Albee, 31 Vt. 142 ; Flemm v. Whit- 
more, 23 Mo. 430; Pratt V. Humphrey, 22 Conn. 317; Hardesty 
V. Jones, 10 G. & J. 404 ; Mersereau v. Lewis, 25 Wend. 243. 

goods of . In statute. U. S. v. Maxon, 5 Blatchf. 360. • 

AIT8WEB. In statute. Strong v. Sproul, 53 N. Y. 497 ; Kelly v. Downing, 42 N. 

Y. 71 ; Howell v. Howell, 15 Wis. 59. 

except filing an . In statute. Henry v. Blackburn, 32 Ark. 445. 

AITFIOHBESIS. Livingston v. Story, 11 Pet. 351 ; Garcia v. Garcia, 7 La. Ann. 526. 



ANY. 



In statute. Reg. v. Saunders, 9 Q. B. 237 ; Wilmot v. Rose, 3 El. & 
BI. 564, 

action. In statute. Stiles' Appeal, 41 Conn. 329. 

cause. In statute. Logan v. Small, 43 Mo . 254. 

child. In statute. Overseers v. Guardians, 4 Q. B. Div. 411 . 

claim for damages. In statute. The Blessing, 3 Prob. Div. 35. 

contract. McMurray v. Brown, i Otto, 257. 

court. In statute. Co'lector v. Hubb.ird, 12 Wall. 3; Middle- 
brook V. State, 43 Conn. 257. 

court of record. In statute. Mattler v. Schaffner, 53 Ind. 245. 

creditor. In deed. Wells v, Greenhill, 5 B. & Aid. 869. 

estate or interest. In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 2 B. & 

C. 135- 



MMM 



ANY. 



21 



ANY. 
Albany, 28 

V. Oswald, 

.488. 

, 3 McCord 

III. 537. 
Watts, 127: 

Bradf. 151 ; 
I. (Eq.)358; 

8oS- 

o Mass. 516. 

, 1 1 Vroom, 

ood V. Ken- 
so 344; Har- 
7 Mass. 229 ; 
i Cush. 549: 
391 ; Aldrich 
irth V. Rob- 
in V. Whit- 
7 ; Hardesty 
id. 243- 
60. • 
irning, 42 N. 

32 Ark. 445- 
L,a. Ann. 526. 
Rose, 3 El. & 



J. Div. 4» I • 
>rob. Div. 35. 

!1. 3; Middle- 

r, 53 Ind. 245- 

\. 869. 

tants. 2 B. & 



APPEALED. 



ANY — Continued. 

judge. In statute. City Bk. 7/. Young, 43 N. H. 460. 

judgment. In statute. People v. Clark, 7 N, Y. 385 ; People 

V. Carnal, 6 N. Y. 463 ; Crossfield v. Stanley, 4 B. & Ad. 89, Nes- 
bet V. Roshton, 9 Ad. & Ell. 426. 

jurisdiotion or authority. In statute. Powell v. Hibbert. 15 

Q. B. 129. 

meeting. In statute. Queen v. Stracahn. L. R., 7 Q. B. 464. 

oneyeaf. In statute. U. S. v. Dickson, 15 Pet.- 143. 

other fUnds. In will. Montresor7\ Montresor, i Colly.Ch. 194. 

other matter or thing ftom the beginning of the world. In^ 

release. Hasley v. Whitney, 4 Mason C. C. 227. 
— — other manner. In statute. Melcher v. Boston, 9 Mete. 73. 

. party to a cause. In statute. 2 U. C. L. J. (N. S.) 130. 

person. In statute. Board of Works 7/ R. R. Co., 14 Ch. Div. 

521 ; Queen v. Recorder, 9 Ad. & Ell. 871 ; 6 B. & S. 670; London 

Tobacco Pipe Co. v. Woodruflf, 7 B. & C. 853. 

poll-book. In statute. Howard 7/. McDarmid, 26 Ark. 106. 

publio purpose. In charter. Rogers v. Burlington, 3 Wall. 654. 

such order. In statute. Reg. v. St. Leonards, 14 Q. B. 341. 

surveyor. In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 7 B. & C. 440. 

witness. In statute. Magrave v. White, 8 R & C. 416. 

WOE*' so divorced. In statute. Allen v. Allen, 43 Conn. 419. 

at time. In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 9 Q. B. 885. 

in defiEiult of such issue of of them. In will. Powell v. 

Howells, 9 B. & S. 704. 

or of them. In statute. Fannin v. Anderson, 7 Q. B. 819. 

APAIIT. from her husband. In statute. Den v. Gerzer, 4 Halst. 225, 

AFABTMEXTT. In statute. People v. St. Clair, 38 Cal. 137; Com. v. Estabrook, 10 
Pick. 293. 

JPOTHECABY. State %>. Holmes, 28 La. Ann. 765. 

In statute. Apothecaries' Co. v. Greenough, i Q. B. 798. 

practice as an . In statute. Apothecaries' Co. v. Warburton, 

3 B. & Aid. 43 ; Same v. Allen, 4 B. & Ad. 627. 
In statute. Coolidge v. Choate, 1 1 Mete. 79. 

goods, wearing . Crichton v. Symes, 3 Atk. Ch. 6i. 

necessary wearing . In statute. Richardson v. Buswell, 10 

Mete. 506 ; Towers v. Pratt, 33 N. H. 345 j Fraziert/. Barnum, 19 N, 

J. (Eq.) 316. 

wearing . In statute. Maillard v. Lawrence, 16 How. 251; Re 

Sanborn, 12 Canada L. J. 241. 

AFFABENT. State Bank v. Hastings, 15 Wis. 85. 

In statute. Dewar?/. Swabey, 11 Ad. & Ell. 913. 

danger. Evans v. State, 44 Miss. 762. 

good order. In bill of lading. The Oriflamme, i Sawy. 176 ; 

Blade v. Chicago, etc., R. R. Co., 10 Wis. 4. 

possession. In statute. Robinson v. Briggs, L. R., 6 Ex, i. 

Lawrence v. Souther, 8 Mete. 166. <i 



AFFABATUS. 
AFFABEL. 



AFFEAI.ED. 



APPEAL. 



■g^»»^y y ■■ p»ii I i^ w 



22 



APPOINT. 



APPEAL. People v. Justices, 1 1 How. Pr. 400 ; U. 6. v. Goodwin, 7 Cranch, 

108; Wiscart v. Dauchy, 3 Dall. 321 ;^ U. S. v. Wonson, i Gall. 5; 
Hastings?/. Halleck, loCal. 31. 

In statute. Snover z/. Tinsman, 9 Vroom, 210; Hitsman v. Garrardi 
16 N. J. L. 124. 

shall be brought. In statute. Hunter v. Griffith, 7 U. C. P. C. 

86. 

AFPEAIJNO. party or appealed against. In statute. King v. Justices, i B. 

& Ad. 659. 

APPEALS. In statute. Clark v. Ross, i III. 261. 

waiving inquisition , etc. In note. Watson v. Wetter, 91 Pa. 

• St. 385. 

APPEAB. Larabee v. Larabee, 33 Me. loa 

In statute. Wilson v. Fosket, 6 Mete. 400. 

at the trial. In statute. Jones v. St. Joe. etc., R. R. Co., 55 

Mo. 342. 

APPEARANCE. Foreman v. Lay, 6 Ala. 784; Clark v. Bryan, 16 Md. 171 ; Stein- 
bach V. Leese, 27 Cal. 295 ; Hendrick v. Kellogg, 3 Iowa, 215 ; Rose 
V. Ford, 2 Ark. 26; Coplinger z/. Steamboat, 14 Ind. 480: Sullivan 
' V. Frazee, 4 Robt. 616 ; Lutes v. Perkins, 6 Mo. 57 ; Ferguson v. 

Ross, 5 Ark. 517 ; Gooch v. Jeter, 5 Ark. 383; Glidden v. Packard, 
28 Cal. 649; Scott V. Hull, 14 Ind. 136 ; Ayresz/. Western R. R. Co.. 
48 Barb. 132; Shaffer v. Trimble, 2 Greene, 464; Tallman v. 
McCarty, 11 Wis. 401; Wilson v. Fowler, 3 Ark. 463; Scott v. 
Niles, 40 Vt. 573; Weaver v. Stone, 2 Grant's Cas. 422 ; Mann v, 
Curley, 4 Cow. 148 ; Evans v. lies, 7 Ohio St. 233. 

APPEABIITG. In statute. Re Clipperton, 12 Q. B. 688. 

APPELLATE. Hestres z/. Brennan, 50 Cal. 211 ; Clark v. Ross, i III. 261. 

APPENDAGES. In statute. State v. Somerville, etc., R. R. Co., 28 N. J. (L.) 21. 

necessary for the school-house. In statute. School District 

V. Perkins, 21 Kas. 536 (30 Am. Rep. 447). 
APPENDANCE. Leonard v. White, 7 Mass. 6 ; Jackson v. Striker, i Johns. Cas. 284. 
APPENDANT. Leonard v. White, 7 Mass. 6; Jackson v. Striker, i Johns. Cas. 284. 

APPERTAINING, all other personal property to said railroad. In railway 

mortgage. Parish v. Wheeler, 22 N. Y. 494. 
APPLICABLE. Wngner v. Bissell, 3 Iowa, 402. 

In constitution. Evans v. Job, 8 Nev. 322. 
APPLICATION. In statute. Gas Co. v. Financial Soc, 7 Ch. Div. 241. ^ 

for a continuance. In statute. State 71. Maguire, 69 Mo. 200. 

on . In statute. State v. Stiles, 7 Halst. 296. 

APPLICATIONS, authorised to take for insurance. In appointment. Wilson 

V. Genesee Ins. Co., 14 N. Y. 418. 

In contract. Manice v. Hudson River R. R. Co., 3 Duer, 426. 

In statute. North Eastern R. R. Co. v. Mayor, 9 B. & S. 630. 

in cases where they . In statute. Wayman v. Southard, 10 

Wheat. I. 

People V. Fitzsimmons, 68 N. Y. 514. 

In constitution. Speed v. Crawford, 3 Mete. 210 ; Comm'rs v. Louis- 
ville, 3 Bush, 602. 

In statute. King v. Adams, 2 Ad. & Ell. 413. 

annually . In statute. City of Buffalo v. McKay, 1 5 Hun, 205. 



ilPFUED. 
APPLY. 

APPOINT. 



MM 



APPOINTED. 



93 



APP UR TENANCES. 



APPOINTED. or elected In statute. Doe v. Hares, 4 B. & Ad. 442. 

person to an office. In statute. Davies v. Harvey, L. R., 9 Q 

B. 433- 
APPOINTMENT. Harris v. Clark, 3 N. Y. 93; U. S. v. Le Baron, 19 How. 73 ; U. S. 

V. Stewart, 19 How. 79. 
In constitution. Justices v. Clark, i T. B. Mon. 82 ; Speed v. Crawford, 

3 Mete. 210; Comm'rsv. Louisville, 3 Bush, 602. 
In statute. Sturgis v. Spofford, 45 N. Y. 447 ; People v. Batchelor, 22 

N. Y. 128. 
as a oommissioner. In statute. Nicholson v. Field, 7 Hurl. 

&N. 811. 

AFPOBTION. Clarke v. Brooklyn Bank, i Edw. 361 ; Haight v. Day, i Johns. Ch. 18. 
APPOBTIONMENT. Ex parte Smyth, i Swanst. 338 note. 

APFBAISED. value. In statute. Cummings ?/. Cummings, 51 Mo. 261. 

APPRAISERS. In lease. Pool v. Hennessey, 39 Iowa, 192. 
APPREHENDED. In statute. Ex parte Bollman, 4 Cranch, 75. 
APPRENTICE. King v. Mayor, 7 B. & C. 630; Hopewell v. Amwell, 3 N. J. (L.) 422. 
APPRENTICESHIP. Hopewell v. Amwell, 3 N. J. (L.) 422. 

regular of two years. In statute. State v. Jones, 16 Fla. 306, 

APPROPRIATE. In constitution. Boston, etc., R. R. Co. v. Salem, etc., R. R. Co., 2 
Gray, i. 

business. In corporation charter. Toll Bridge Co. v. Osborn, 

35 Conn. 7. 

legislation. In ccnstitution. U. S. v. Reese, 2 Otto, 214. 

APPROPRIATED. In policy of insurance. Smith v. Mech. & Trad, Ins. Co., 32 N. Y. 



399- 
— or used. 



In insurance policy. U. S. Ins. Co. v. Kimberly, 34 
Md. 227. 
APPROPRIATION. Stratton v. Green, 45 Cal. 149 ; State v. Bordelon, 6 La. Ann. 
68 ; Hoyt v. Story, 3 Barb. 262 ; Waters' Case, 4 Ct, of Claims, 

389. 
In constitution. Eidemiller v. Wyandotte City, 2 Dill. 376. 
In statute. Railroad Co. t/. Tremont Co., 9 Wall. 89; McConnell v. 

Wilcox, 2 111. 344; Filor z/. U. S., 9 Wall. 45. 

of property. In statute. U. S. v. Russell, 13 Wall. 623. 

bill. Hodgson v. Davis, 2 Camp. 532. 

indorsed paper. In contract. Mills v. Hunt, 20 Wend. 431 ; 

Guier v. Page, 4 S. & R. i. 
Myers 7/. People, 26 111. 173; Gray «/. People, 26 111. 346. 

State V. Cox, 65 Mo. 29, 

APPURTEXTANCE. In execution. Munroe v. Thomas, 5 Cal. 470. 

APPURTENANCES. McNish v. Munro, 25 U. C. C. P. 290; Harris v. Smith, 40 U. 
C. Q. B. 33. 

Indeed. Grant v. Chase, 17 Mass. 443 (9 Am. Dec. 161); Pickering 
V. Stapler, 5 S. & R. 107 (9 Am. Dec. 336); James v. Plant, 4 Ad. 
& Ell. 748; Bolton V. Bolton, 11 Ch. Div. 969; Leonard v. White, 7 
Mass. 6 (5 Am. Dec. 20); Farrar v. Stackpole, 6 Greenlf. 154 ('19 Am. 
Dec. 201); Strickler v. Todd, 10 S. & R. 63 (13 Am. Dec. 49); Spaul- 
ding V. Abbott, 55 N. H. 423; New York, etc., R. R. Co. v. Buffalo 

I 



APPROVED. 

APPROVER. 
APPROVING. 



APP UR TENANCES, 



ARMY. 



AFFUBTENANCES— Continued. 

R. R. Co., 49 Barb. 501; U. S v. Harris, 1 Sumn. 21; Jacitson v. 
Hathaway, 15 Johns. 447; Harris v. Evans,. 10 Pet. 25; Hill v. 
West, 4 Yeates, 142 ; Kenyon v. Nichols, i R. I. 41 1 ; Philadelphia 
V. Philadelphia, etc., R. R. Co., 58 Pa. St. 283 ; Bettsworth's Case, 
a Coke, 31 ; Blackborn v. Edgley, 1 P. Wins. 600; Hill v. Grange, 
I Plowd. 164; Ammidown v. Ball, 8 Allen, 293; McDermott v. 
Palmer, 8 N. Y. 383; Williams v. Baker. 41 Md. 523; Duanc v. 
Broad Street Assn., 6 Mass. 232; Sparks %>. Hess. 15 Cal. 168: 
Hallt'. Benner, i Penr. & Watts. 402 (21 Am. Dec. 394); Parsons 
' V. Johnson, 68 N. Y. 62 ; Worthington v. Ganson, 2 El. & El. 626. 

In mortgage. Frey v. Drahos, 6 Neb. i (29 Am. Rep. 353). 

In partition. Grubb ?'. Grubb, 74 Pa. St. 25. 

In rule of court. The Witch Queen, 3 Sawy. 201. 

In will. Blaine v. Chambers, i S. & R. 169; Smith v. Ridgway, L. R., 

1 Ex. 46; Mathews v. Mathews, L. R., 4 Eq. Cas. 278; Doe v. Ash- 
ley, 10 g. B. 663; Doe V. Hubbard, 15 Q. B. 247 ; Helme v. Guy, 

2 Murph. 341 ; Otis v. Smith, 9 Pick. 293; Pheysy v. Vicary, 16 M. 
& W. 484. 

buildings or to biiildings. In statute. Parmalee v. Hamble- 

ton, 19 111. 615. 
APPUBTENANT. Lemon z/. McKinnon, i9Kas. 408. 
t In insurance policy, .^tna Ins. Co. v. Jackson, 16 B. Mon. 242 ; 

Bigler v. New York Central Ins. Co., 20 Barb. 635; Crosby v. 
Franklin Ins. Co., 5 Gray, 504; Bryant v. Poughkeepsie. etc., Ins. 
Co., 17 N. Y. 200; Pindar v. Kings County Ins. Co., 36 N. Y. 648 ; 
Haley v. Dorchester Ins. Co., 12 Gray, 545- 
In statute. Com. v. Curley, loi Mass, 24. 

^PT. time. Pugh v. York, 74 N. C. 383. 

ABBITBAMENT. and award. Gordon v. U. S. 7 Wall. 188. 

ABBITBABILY. In lease. Treloar t/. Bigge, L. R., 9 Ex. 151. 

withheld. In statute. Treloar v. Bigge L. R., 9 Ex. 151 . 

or vinous spirits. In statute. State v. Martin, 34 Ark. 340. 

In deed. Falkner v. O'Brien, 2 Ball. & B. 223. 
State V. California Mining Co., 13 Nev. 203. 

cause of action shall have . In statute. Andrews z/. Hartford, 

etc., R. R. Co., 34 Conn. 57. \ 

out of. In statute. Scarborough v. Smith, 18 Kas. 399. 

during the course of the triaL In statute. People 'z/. Turner, 

39 Cal. 371. 

oases in justices' courts. In constitution. Cook?/. Nellis, 18 

N. Y. 126. 
In statute. Att'y-Gen. v. Sillem, 2 H. & C. 623. 

of the sea. The Martha Anne, Olcott, 18. 

ABMED. vessels. In statute. Murray v. The Charming Betsey, 2 Craftich, 

84; Parlinz/. U. S., 1 Ct. of Claims, I74- 
ABM8. In constitution. Fife v. State, 31 Ark. 455 ; Cockrum v. State, 24 Tex. 

394; English V. State, 35 Tex. 493; State v. Reid, i Ala. 612; 
State V. Huntley, 3 Ired. (L.) 418 ; Andrews v. State, 3 Heisk. 165. 

of a State. Kirksey w. State, 7 Port. 529- 

ABMY. In statute. Re Bailey, 2 Sawy. 200. 



ABDENT. 
ABE. 

ABOUMENT. 
ABISEN. 

ABISES. 
ABISINO. 



ABM. 



gsssasss! 



liHWftl fflBIl' ' 



-T- 
* 



^ 



AXMY. 



Jackson v. 
5; Hill V. 
liladelphia 
rth's Case, 
Grange, 
3ermott v. 

Duanc v. 

Cal. i68: 
Parsons 
& El. 626. 



way, L. R., 
Doe V. Ash- 
me V. Guy, 
cary, 16 M. 

V. Hamble- 



Mon. 242 ; 
; Crosby v. 
ie, etc., Ins. 

N. Y. 648 ; 



AROMATIC. 



as 



ARTICJ.KS. 



. 151. 
Ark. 340. 



V. Hartford, 

399- 

e "v. Turner, 

). Nellis, 18 



y, 2 Craftich, 

tate, 24 Tex. 
I Ala. 612 ; 
Heisk. 165. 



ABOMATIO. Burke v. Cassin, 45 Cal. 467. 

ABOSB. oauae of action . In statute. Steele 7/. Comm'rs, 70 N. C. 137. 

ABBAIGNMENT. Goodin v. State, 16 Ohio St. 344; Whitehead v. Com., i9Gratt. 
640 ; Jackson v. Com., 19 Gratt. 656. 

ARRANGEMENT. In statute. Tetley v. Tetley, i El. & Bl. 540. 

ABRANOEMENTS. with the company. In statute. Manning v. Eastern 

Counties R. Co., 12 M. & W. 337. 

ABBEABS. In bank by law. Kahn v. Bank of St. Joseph, 70 Mo. 262. 

of rent. In will. Hele v. Gilbert, 2 Ves. Sr. 430. 

of taxes. In deed. Corbett v. Taylor, 23 U. C. Q. B. 454. 

ABBEST. Tracy v. Whipple, 8 Johns. 379; U. S. v. Benner, Baldw. 234 ; Lawson 

V. Buzines, 3 Harr. 416; Cooper v. Adams, 2 Blackf. 294; Courtoy 
7'. Dozier, 20 Ga. 369 ; French v. Bancroft, i Mete. 502 ; Emery v. 
Chesley, 18 N. H. 198; Jones v. Jones, 13 Ired (L.)448; Gold v. 
Bissell, I Wend. 210; Huntington v. Elaisdell, 2 N. H. 318; Hun- 
tington V. Shultz, Harp. 453; Hart 71. Flynn, 8 Dana, 190; Field 
V. Ireland, 21 Ala. 240; Haskins v. Young, 2 Dcv. & B. $27(31 
Am. Dec. 426). 
In statute. Day v. Paupiere, 13 Q. B. 803. 

ABBESTS. restraints and detainments of kine(8. In marine policy. Oli- 

vera v. Ins. Co., 3 Wheat. 183 ; Aubert v. Gray, 3 B. & S. 163. 

unlawftil restraints and detainments. In marine policy. Mc- 

Call V. Marine Ins. Co., 8 Cranch, 59. 

ABBIVAIi. Grayt/. Gardner, 17 Mass. 188. 

In statute. U. S. v. An Open Boat, 5 Mason, 120; The Patriot, i 
Brock. 407 ; Parsons v. Hunter, 2 Sumn. 419; Levy v. McCartee, 
6 Pet. !02 ; U. S. v. Shackford, 5 Mason, 445 ; The Appollon, 9 
Wheat. 362 ; Toler v. White, Ware, 25. 

at a foreign port. In statute. Harrison v. Vose, 9 How. 366. 

ABBiVfSD. In insurance policy. Meigs v. Mutual Ins. Co., 2 Cush. 453 ; Simpson 

V. Pacific Mutual Ins. Co., i Holmes, 136. 
AB80N. Reg. v. Cooper, 5 C. & P. 535 ; People v. Fisher, 51 Cal. 319; Young 

V, Com., 12 Bush, 243; Reg. v. Reader, i Moody's C. C. 239: Creed 
V. People, 81 111. 565 ; Sampson v. Com., 5 W. & S. 385 ; Gage v. 
Shelton, 3 Rich. 242 ; People v. Taylor, 2 Mich. 250 ; State v. Shaw, 
31 Me. 523 ; People v. Haggerty, 46 Cal. 354; Luke v. State, 49 Ala. 
31 ; Lockett v. State, 63 Ala. 6 ; Grimes v. State, 63 Ala. 167. 
In statute. Creed v. People, 81 III. 565. 

ABT. machine, mannittoture or composition of matter. In statute. 

Jacobs V. Baker, 7 Wall. 295. 
ABTICLE. Hopkins v. Westcott, 6 Blatchf 64. 

In statute. Palmer's Ship Co. v. Cla)rton, L. R., 4 Q. B. 209 ; Kent v. 
Astley, L. R., 5 Q. B. 19; Slandoff Co. v. Lyndon, 8 C. B. (N. S.) 517. 

forwarded. In bill of lading. Wetzell v. Dinsmore, 54 N. Y. 

496. 

of maniafboture. In statute. Hey wood v. Porter, i El. & Bl, 

440. 

of metal. In statute. Palmer's Ship Building Co. v. Clayton, 10 

B. & S. 177. 

Other or thing. In statute. Queen v. Payne, L. R., i C. C. R. 28. 

ABTI0LE8. In statute. Wells v. Shook, 8 Blatchf. 254; May v. Smith, 48 Ala. 487. 
and effects. In statute. Re-presentment, i Jebb. 71. 



i' 



ARTICLES. 



26 



ASSAULT. 




ABTIOLES 



ABTIFICEB. 

ABTIFIOEBS. 

ABTISAN. 
ABTS. 

AS. 



ASCENDANT. 
ASCEBTAIN. 
ASHES. 
ASSAni.T. 



In 



Cuntinuud. 

of provlBion. In statute. U. S. v. Sheldon. 2 Wheat. 1 19. 

goods or things. In statute, Cohon v. R. R. Co., 2 Ex. Div, 

360. 

money, jewelry, and . of gold and silver manuflMture. 

statute. Stewart /'. Parsons, 24 Wis. 242. 
In statute. Chawner v. Cummings, 8 y. B, 31 1 ; Queen v, Cleworth, 4 
B. & S. 927 ; Sleeman v. Barrett, 2 M. & C. 940. 

In statute: Bowkers v. Lovekin, 6 El. & Bl. 588; Ingram v. Barnes, 7 
El. & Bl. 120. 

In statute. Duncan v. Bateman, 23 Ark 327. 

lost . Gaylor v. Wilder, 10 How. 477. 

useful , In statute. Corning z*. Burden, 15 How. 252. 

Rubber Co. v. Goodyear, 6 Wall. 153. 

In statute. Colt v, Hubbard, 33 Conn. 281. 

aforesaid. In statute. Morley v. Greenhalgh, 3 B. & S. 379 

Clark V. Hague. 2 El. & El. 286 ; re Morris, 6 El. & Bl. 385. 

for as niles of law and equity will permit. In will. Har- 
rington V. Harrington, L. R., 3 Ch. App. 565. 

he now holds the same. In deed. Spratt v. Jeffrey, 10 B. & C. 

260. 

her act and deed. In deed. Stuart v. Dutton, 39 III. 91. 

herein described. In specification. Thomas v. Welch, L. R., 

I C. P. 193. 

—— if she had died unmarried. In will. Halton v. Foster, L. R., 
3 Ch. App. 505. 

in other oivil actions. In statute. Cravens v. Chambers, 55 

Ind. s. 

is most convenient. Miles w. Douglass, 34 Conn. 394. 

long as wood grows and water runs. In lease. Ames v. Burt, 

I Vt. 303 (18 Am. Dec. 680). 

now in the occupation of. In will. Polden v. Bastard, L. R„ 

I Q. B. 157. 

now laid but. In grant. Welch v. Wilcox, loi Mass. 162. 

now located. In deed. Fellows v. Webb, 43 Iowa, 133. 

part. In agreement. King v. Inhabitants, 2 Ad. & Ell. 535. 

principal. In promissory note. McMillen v. Parkell. 64 Mo. 288. 

secretary. In note. Alexander v. Sizer. L. R., 4 Ex. 103. 

soon as practicable. In contract. Reedy v. Smith, 42 Cal. 425. 

to. In will. Gordon v. Gordon, L. R., 5 H. L. 255. 

to them shall seem best. In will. Levitt v. Berne, 21 Conn, i, 

trustee. In contract. Pumpelly 7>. Phelps. 40 N. Y. 60. 

usually occupied. In deed. Sargent v. Hubbard, 102 Mass. 382. 

Bernard v, Vignaud. 10 Mart. 482. 
In statute. Taylor v, McPheeters, m Mass. 351. 
In statute. Reg v. Wood, 5 El. & Bl. 55. 
U. S. V. Hand, 3 Wash. 425 ; Richels v. State, i Sneed, 603 ; U. S. v. 

Ortega, 4 Wash. 534; U. S. v. Myers, i Cranch'sC. C. 310; State v. 

Hampton, 63 N. C. 13; Murray v. Boyne, 42 Mo. 472 ; Johnson v. 



— MwnrijM«*v> 



■•«0mm 



ASSAULT. 



ASSAULT. 



27 



ASSAULT. 



kVheat. 119. 

. Co., 3 Ex. Div. 

aniiflMture. Ih 
n V. Cleworth, 4 
gfram v. Barnes, 7 

KT. 353. 



3 a & S. 379 
Bl. 385. 
In will. Har- 

flfrey, 10 B. & C. 

39 I"- 9'' 

V. Welch, L. R., 

V. Foster, L. R., 

V. Chambers, 55 

m. 394. 
Ames V. Burt, 

'. Bastard, L. R„ 

[ Mass. 162. 
iwa, 133. 
& Ell. 53S. 
-kell, 64 Mo. 288. 
^ Ex. 103. 
nith, 42 Cat. 425. 

!55- 

erne, 21 Conn. i. 

f. Y. 60. 

d, 102 Mass. 382. 



sd, 603 ; U. S. V. 
C. 310; State V. 
^72 ; Johnson v. 



ASSAULT — Continued. 

Tompkins, i Baldw. 571; Higginbotham v. State, 23 Tex, 574; 
Beach v. Hancock, 7 Post. (N. II.) 223; State 7'. Smith, 2 Humph. 
457; Smith v. State, 7 Humph. 43; Cro'v v. State, 41 Tex. 468; 
Com. V. White, no Mass. 407; State t-. Shepherd, 10 I()w;\, 126; 
State 7/. Epperson, 27 Mo, 255; State 7'. Church, 63 N, C. 15; State 
V. Malcolm, 8 Iowa, 413; People v. Ysias, 27 Cal. 630; fOm. i>. 
Ruggles, 6 Allen, 588; Hays v. People, i Hill, 351 ; State v. Van- 
noy, 65 N. C. 532; Reg. v. Martin, 9 C. & F'. 215; Christopherson 
V. Bare, 11 Q. B. 473; Morton v. Shoppee, 3 C. & P. 373; State v. 
Rawles, 65 N. C 334; State v. Sims, 3 Strobh. 137; Stephen v. 
Myers, 4 C. & P. 349; Kirland 7'. State, 43 Ind. 146; De Masentille 
V. Oliver, i Penn. (N. J.) 380; Barnes v. Martin, 15 Wis. 240; U. S. 
V. Richardson, 5 Cranch C. C. 348; State 7/. Morgan, 3 Ired. (L.) 
186; Read v. Coker, 13 C. B. 850; Ford v. Skinner. 4 C. & P. 239; 
James 7/. Campbell, 5 C. & P. 372; State 7'. Myers, 19 Iowa, 517; 
Button's Case, 8 C. & P. 660; Rex v. Rosinski, 1 M. C. C. 19; Rex 
V, Nichol, Russ. & Ry. 130; Hays v. People, i Hill, 351 ; Rex v. 
Jackson, Russ. & Ry. 487; Stearns v. Simpson, 59 Me. 568; 
Meander v. Stone, 7 Mete. 147 ; Griffith v. Parsons, i Selw. 25; 
Innes v. Wylie, i C. & K. 257; Smith's Case, 2 C. & P. 449; 
Bloomer v. State, 3 Sneed, 66; State v. Mooiiey, Phill. (N. C.) 434; 
Smith 7/. State, 39 Miss. 521 ; Keyes v. Devlin, 3 E. D. Smith, 518; 
Com. V. Eyre, 1 S. & R. 347 ; Stephens v. Myers, 4 C. & P. 349; Law- 
son 7/. State, 3oAl.'i. 14; Tarver7/. State, 43 Ala. 354; State v. Black- 
well, 9 Ala. 79; Tuberville f. Savage, i Mod. 3; Blake 7'. Barnard, 
9C. & P. 628; State V. Crow, 1 Ired. (L.) 375; Com. v. Mann, 116 
Mass. 58; State v. Davis, i Ired. 128; Com. v. Adams, 114 Mass. 
323; Com. V. Stoddard, 9 Allen, 280; Rainbolt v. State, 34 Tex. 
286; People V. Bransby, 32 N. Y. 525; Smith v. Com., 54 Pa. St. 
209; Cutler V. State, 59 Ind. 300; State 71. Painter, 67 Mo. 84 ; State 
V. Adams, 20 Kas. 311; West v. State, 59 Ind. 113; People v. 
McMakin, 8 Cal. 547; People v. Anderson, 44 Cal. 65; Reg. 7a St. 
George, 9 C. & P. 483 ; State v. Myerfield, Phill. (N. C) 108 ; State 
V. Mullen, 45 Ala. 43 ; Agitone v. State, 41 Tex. 501 ; Rex v. James, 

I C. & K. 530; Robinson v. State, 31 Tex. 170; McKay v. State. 
44 Tex. 43; Kunkle v. State, 32 Ind. 220; State v. Pinkman, 81 N. 
C. 613; Com. V. McDonald, 5 Cush. 365; Johnson v. State, 26 

Ga. 61 1 ; Allen v. State, 28 Ga. 395 ; State v. Rawles. 65 N. C. 334 ; 

Keefe v. State, 19 Ark. 190; Long 7'. Rogers, 17 Ala. 540; State v. 

Dinncn, 10 Minn. 409; People v. Blake, i Wheel. C. C. 490; 

Com. V. Stratton, 114 Mass. 303; Reg. v. Walkden, i Cox's C. C. 

282; Reg. V. Hanson, 2 C. & K. 912; Bechtelheimer v. State, 54 Ind. 

128 ; Reg. V. Wilkins, 9 Cox's C. C. 20; Reg. v. Bennett, 4 F. & F. 

1 105; JarnetT/. State, i Tex. (App.) 605; State v. Benedict, ir Vt. 

236; State 7/. Baker, 65 N. C. 332; People v. Lee, i Wheel. C. C. 

364; Reg. V. Marsh, i C. & K. 496; Reg. v. Lock, L. R., 2 C. C. R. 

10; Reg. V. McGavaran, 6 Cox's C. C. 64 ; Reg. v. Case, i Den. C. C. 

580; Reg. V. Flattery, 13 Cox's C. C. 388; Reg. v. Sinclair, 13 Cox's 

C. C. 28: Reg. V. Miles, 6 Jur. 243; U. S. v. Freeman, 4 Mason's 

C. C. 505; Reg. V. Renshaw, 2 Cox's C. C. 285; Reg. v. Philpott, 

Dears. C. C. 179; Com. 7/. Simmons, 6 J. J. Marsh. 615; Reg. v. 

Lewis. I C. & K. 419; State v. Gorham, 55 N. H. 152 
In statute. McCulley v. State, 62 Ind. 488 ; State v. Freels, 3 Humph. 

228 ; Evans 7/. State, i Humph. 394 ; Humphries v. Stale, 5 Mo. 203. 



ASSA UL TRD. 



as 



ASSETS. 



and battery. In statute. Newton v. Holford, 6 y. 



ASSEMBLE. 

ASSEMBLED. 

ASSEMBLY. 



aotions of 

n.92". 

ASSAULTED. In plea. Polkinghorn t/. Wright, 8 O. B. 197. 
ASSEMBLAGE. In statute. Lancaster v. State, 53 Ala. 398. 

of people met for religious worship. In statute, Kinney v. 

State, 38 Ala, 224." 

together. In statute. State v. K«;mpf, 26 Mo. 429. 

Ill statute. Re Richmond, 14 Daily Reg. (N. Y.) 869. 

_! for the promotion of any moral or benevolent otdect. In 

statute. State v. Gager, 28 Conn. 232. 

unlawful . Reg. %'. Brodribb, 6 C. & \\ 571 ; Rcdford v. Birley, 

3 Stark. N, P. 79 ; Reg. v. Vincent. 9 C. k \\ 91 : Reg. v. Kelly, 6 
U. C. C. P. 372 ; Reg. v. Nealc, 9 C. & P. 43' I Reg. v. Hunt. 3 B. 
& Aid. 566 ; Reg. v. Hughes, 4 C. & P. 373 : Reg. 7'. Birt, 5 C. & 
P. 154- 
ASSENT. Suydam 7/. Clark, 2 Sandf. 133 ; White v. Corlies, 46 N. Y. 467 : Myers 

7'. Smith, 48 Barb. 614; lloncvman v. Marryatt, 6 H. L Cas. 112; 
Johnson V. Appleby, L. R., 9 C. P. 158; Fitzhugh 7/. Wilcox. 12 
Barb. 255; Wadsworth v. Sherman. 14 Barb. 169; Re Beckwith, 3 
Hun, 443; Jenners7A Mount Hope Iron Co., 53 Me. 20; Hartford, etc., 
R. R. Co. 7'. Jackson, 24 Conn. 514 ; Stitt v. Huidekopers, 17 VVall. 
384 ; Washington Ice Co. v. Webster, 62 Me. 341 ; Hutcheson v. 
Blakeman. 3 Mete. (Ky.) 80; Baker v. Johnson Co., 37 Iowa, 186. 
In constitution. Canal Co. v. R. R. Co.. 4 G. & J. i ; Hawkins v. Car- 
roll Co., 50 Miss. 735 ; State v. Brassfield, 67 Mo. 331. 

in writing. In statute. Cormerais v. Wesselhoeft, 114 Mass. 550. 

In lease. Valle v. Fargo, i Mo. (App.) 345- 

In statute. Goodhew v. Williams, 3 C. P. Div. 382. 

taxes during the term. Ik lease. Valle v. Fargo, i Mo. 

(App.) 344- 

Taylor v. Palmer, 31 Cal. 240; Palmer v. Stumpf, 29 Ind. 329; 
Spangler v. Indiana, etc., R. R. Co., 21 111. 276; Hill v. Higdon, 5 
Ohio St. 243. 
In constitution. Weeks v. City of Milwaukee, 10 Wis. 243 ; Hurford 

V. City of Omaha, 4 Neb. 336 ; Smith v. Farrelly, 52 Cal. 77. 
f:i statute. Doyle v. Aiisi'n, 47 Cal. 354- 

rolls. In statute. Vn Co. Case, 15 Kas. 506. 

cpeoial . In conts't-Jion. Guild v. City of Ch'cago, 82 111. 472. 

ASSESSMENTS. Boers v. Barrett, 2 Cin. 67; Hale v. Kenosha, 29 Wis. 599. 
In lease. Stephani v. Bishop of Chicago, 2 Bradw. 249. 

special . In constitution. Hale v. Kenosha. 29 Wis. 599. 

taxes or . In statute. State v. Mayor. 36 N. J. (L.) 478 ; Ride- 

nour 7>. Saffin, i Handy, 464; Mayor v. Green Mount Cemetery, 7 
Md. 517. 
ASSESSOR. Fisk v. Gray, 100 Mass. 191 ; Atty.-Gen. v. Bouens, 4 M. & W. 191. 
ASSETS. In contract. District Tp. v. Same, 47 Iowa, 183 ; Lowber v. Le Roy, 

2 Sandf. 202 ; Smedley v. Philpot, 3 M. &. W. 574- 
In statute. Webb v. Whiffin, L. R., 5 H. L. 711 ; Helbert v. Banner. 
L. R., 5 H. L. 28; Stearn v. Rogers, 3 6. & Ad. 371 ; Re Taggert, 16 
Bankr. Reg. 351. 



ASSESS. 
ASSESSED. 



ASSESSMENT. 



If 



ASSETS. 



olford, 6 g. 



Kinney v. 



)1:tieot. In 

'\ V. Birley, 

V. Kelly, 6 

Hunt. 3 B. 

3irt, 5 C. A 

467 ; Myers 
, Cas. 112 ; 
Wilcox. 12 
Bcckwith, 3 
irtford. etc.. 
rs, 17 Wall, 
itcheson v. 
[owa, 186. 
kins V. Car- 

4 Mass. 550. 



ASSETS. 



39 



ASSIGNOR^ 



rg", 



Mo. 



J Ind. 329; 
. Higdon, 5 

^3 ; Hurford 

• 77- 



82 111. 472. 
;99- 

599- 

) 478 ; Ride- 
Cemetery, 7 

& W. 191. 
r 71. Le Roy, 

t V. Banner. 
J Taggert, 16 



ASSIONABLB 
ASSIOirBD. 



A8SBTS -Contimicd^^^^^ __. Barker v. May, 9 B. A C 489 : Bain v. Sadler, L. R.. 
12 Eq. 570: Henderron v. Henderson. 3 I'efl- (N- <^-) ^59; Benson 
V Le Roy, 4 Jol.nH. Ch. 651 ; M(.8cs v. Murgatroyd, 1 Johns. ( h. 
119' Backhouse v. Patton, 5 Pet. ito; Bl.)ck v. Snoft. 2 Brock. 325 : 
Cloudes V. Adams, 4 Dana. 603; Speed v. Nelson. 8 B. Mon. 499 : 
Sperry's Estate, I Ashm. 347; Torr's Estate, 3 Rawlc. 250. 

legal . Farr r. Newman. 4 T. R. 631 : Attorney-(;en. ?'. Brun- 

ning, t Jur. (N. S.) 1083 ; Lovegrove v. Cooper, 2 Sm. & Citff. 271 : 
Deg V Deg, 2 P. Wms. 4"6: Goodchild v. Terret, 5 B»^av. 398; 
Charlton T.. Wright, 12 Sim. 274; Rutledge V. Rutledgc, I McCord s 

Ch. 469. 
ASSiaN. Gill V. Clagett, 4 Md. Ch. 153. 

In deed. Hutching v. Parleton, 19 N. H. 487- , 

In lease. Frost v. Bollans, 5 B. & C. 613. 

In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 8 B. & C. 95. 

or otherwise part with. In lease. Holland v. Worsley, i 

Camp. 20 

Thackerv. Henderson, 63 Barb. 271. 
In statute. Andrews v. Brown, i Iowa, 154; Williams v. Sautter, 7 

Iowa, 435. 
by indorsement. In statute. Sayre v. Lucas, 2 Stew. (Ala.) 259 

(20 Am. Dec.) 2 ; Reed v. Garr, 59 Ind. 279. 
by indorsement in writing. In statute. Reed v. Garr, 59 Ind- 

299- 

duly In plea. Hoag v. Mendenhall, 19 Mmn. 335. 

shall not be . /« insurance policy. Ellis v. Kreutzinger, 27 Mo. 

311 ; Wilson V. Genesee Mut. Ins. Co., 16 Barb. 5" : Hoffman v. 
.^tna. etc., Ins. Co.. i Robt. 501. 
ASSIGNEE. Mattoon v. Young. 45 N. Y. 697 ; Littlefield v. Perry. 21 Wall. 205. 

In statute. Hight v. Sackett. 34 N. Y. 447 : Wisconsin Bankr'. Morley. 
19 Wis. 70: Tucker v. West. 31 Ark. 643: Potter v. Holland, 4 
Blatchf. 206: Bridenbecker v. Prescott. 3 Hun, 4>9; PaJ?e7.. Johns- 
ton, 23 Wis. 295 ; Wildney v. Whitney, 25 How. Pr. 75 : U- S-^"""; 
man 15 Pet. 125 ; Cumberland v. Planche, i Ad. & Ell. 580 ; Russell 
V. Ledsam. 14 M. & W. 585 : Potter v. Holland, 4 Blatchf. 206. 
In statute. Comm'r of Patents v. Whiteley, 5 Wall. 522. 

without any reason. In order. Geswood's Case. 2 El. & Bl. 

954. 

Hicks V. Wirth. 4 E. D. Smith. 78 ; Hight v. Sackett. 34 N. Y 447 ; 
Bump T/. Van Orsdale, n Barb. 634: Potter v. Bushnell. 10 How. 
Pr. 94; Bank of Marietta v. Pindall, 2 Rand. 465. 
In statute. Crow 7/. Beardsley,68 Mo. 435 I Cowles 7/. Ricketts, i Iowa. 

582. ; Potter v. Holland, 4 Blatchf. 206. 
— for the benefit of creditors. In statute. Lawrence v. Neff, 41 
Cal. 566. 

of errors. Squires v. Foorman, 10 Cal. 298. 

ASSIQWOB. In statute. Bump v. Van Orsdale, 11 Barb. 634 : Jagoe v. Aljeyn 16 
Barb. 580 ; Clement v. Adams, .2 How. Pr. 163 ; Tulloss v. Rapelye. 
3 Abb. Pr. 93 ; Potter v. Potter. 18 N. Y. 52 : Anderson v. Busteed, 
5 Duer, 485 ; Hicks v. Wirth, 4 E. D. Smith, 78 : Gardner v. Gordon. 



ASSIGNEES. 
ASSIGNING. 

ASSIGNMENT. 



ASS/GATS. 



30 



AT, 



ASSIONOB 



ASSIQNS. 



liil 



ASSISTANCE. 

ASSISTANT. 

ASSISTANTS. 

ASSIZES. 

ASSOCIATE. 

ASSOCIATES. 

ASSUME. 

ASSUMPSIT. 




ASSUBANCE, 
ASSUBED. 

ASYLUM, 



ASYLUMS. 
AT. 



Ill 



Continued. 

3 Bosw. 369 ; Calkins 7/. Packer, 21 Barb. 275 ; Watson 7/. Bailey, 2 
Duer, 509 ; Beach 7/. Cooke, 28 N. Y. 508. 

of a thing in action or contract. In statute. McConnell v. Mc- 

Cracken, 14 Wis. 89; McHose zf. Cain, 22 Wis. 486; Clarke v. Atkin- 
son, 2 E. D. Smith, 112 ; McGinn v. Worden, 3 E. D. Smith. 335. 

In deed. Peck v. Ingrnham, 28 Miss. 246 ; Christie v. Phyfe, 19 NT. Y. 
344; Brault V. Howard, 39 Mo. 13 ; Bailey v. De Crespigny, L. R., 4 
Q. B. 180; 10 B. & S. 6; Metcalfe v. Westaway, 17 C. B. (N. S.) 659. 

In insurance policy. Holbrook v. American Ins. Co., i Curtis' C. C. 
•93- 

In lease. Greenaway v. Hart, 14 C. B. 350. 

In statute. Collier v. Gamble, 10 Mo. 467 ; Enloe v. Reike, 56 Ala, 500 ; 
Passaic Bridge v. State, 2 Zab. 593; Finney v. Ford, 22 Wis. 174: 
Smith V. Clapp, 15 Pet. 125 ; Lewis v. Lewis, 9 M. & W. 663. 

Danforth v. Suydam, 4 N. Y. 66 ; Duke of Cumberland v. Graves, 7 
N. Y. 305. 

In Tvill. McRea v. Means, 34 Ala. 349. 

forever. In deed. Hayward v. Ormsbee, 1 1 Wis. 7. 

. writ of . Terrell v. Allison, 21 Wall. 289; Burton v. Lies, 21 Cal. 

87. 

overseer. Bennett v. Edwards, 7 B. & C. 593. 

officers and . in statute. Hawkings v. Newman, 4 M. & W. 614. 

Smith V. Queen, 13 Ad. & Ell. (N. S.) 78; Re Fernandas, 6 Hurl. & N. 
717. 

continue to keep company or cohabit, or criminally corre- 
spond with. In bond. Dormer z/. Knight, i Taunt. 417. 

In charter. Lechmere Bk. v. Boynton, 1 1 Cush. 369. 

Braman 7. Douse, 12 Cush. 227. 

Starke v. Cheeseman, i Ld. Raym. 538; Milward v. Ingram, 2 Mod. 
43; Rann v. Hughes, 7 T. R. 351; Moses v. Macfarlane, 2 Burr, 
1008 ; Slade's Case, 4 Coke, 92 b ; Baker v. Harris, 9 Ad. & Ell. 532 ; 
Schleucker v. Moxsy, 3 B. & C. 789; Ballard %>. Walker, 3 Johns. 
Cas. 60; McCloskey v. Miller, 72 Pa. St. 151 ; Carter v. White. 32 
111. 509 ; North v. Nichols, 37 Conn. 375 ; Thompson v. Thompson^ 

5 W. Va. 190. 

In statute. Woodgate v. Godfrey, 5 Ex. Div. 24. 

the . In insurance policy. Sunderland Ins. Co. v. Kearney, 16 

Q. B. 938 ; Sanford u. Mechanics' Ins. Co., 12 Cush. 541. 
In statute. Re Tivnan, 5 B. & S. 645 ; Re Stupp, 11 Blatcht. 155. 

in the . In statute, Congreve v. Overseers, 4 B. & S. 865. 

used for the purpose of an . In statute. Queen v. Overseers, 

6 B. & S. 451. 

In constitution. State v. Bacon, 6 Neb. 286. 

Farwell v. Rogers, 4 Cush. 460; Hurley v. Marsh, 2 111. 329; Mohawk 
Bridge Co. 7/. Utica, etc., R. R. Co., 6 Paige, 554; State v. Receiver, 
38 N. J. (L.) 299; Com. V. Cross Cut R. R. Co., 53 Pa. St. 621 
Mason v. Brookiyn, etc., R. R. Co., 35 Barb. 373. 

In indictment. States. Nolan, 8 Rob. (La.) 513. 

In will. Colt V. Hubbard, 33 Conn. 281. 

lOOs. In contract. Spicer v. Cooper, i Q. B. 424. 



.^mmmmmiimsm 



iiintiir n r-im rT"'^''''"'''*^*'''"™""^ 



v oft^' i ^^tm f imm 



AT. 



son 71. Bailey, 2 

cConnell v. Mc- 
riarke v. Atkin- 
). Smith, 335. 

Phyfe, 19 NT. Y, 
spigny, L. R., 4 
:. B. (N. S.) 659. 
I Curtis' C. C. 



ike, 56 Ala, 500 ; 
rd, 22 Wis. 174: 
: W. 663. 

id V. Graves, 7 



I V. Lies, 21 Cal. 



4M.&W.614. 
ss, 6 Hurl. & N. 

minally oorre> 

t. 417. 



ngram, 2 Mod. 
arlane, 2 Burr» 
Ad. & Ell. 532 ; 
alker, 3 Johns, 
er V. White. 32 
1 V. Thompson^ 



V. Kearney, 16 

541. 

latcht. 155. 

& S. 865. 

n V. Overseers, 



I. 329; Mohawk 

ate V. Receiver, 

53 Pa. St. 62; 



AT. 

AT — Continued. 



51 



AT. 



and firom. In insurance policy. Foley r/. Ins. Co., L. R., 5 C. P. 

155; Stillwell V. Commercial Ins. Co., 2 Mo. (App.) 31 ; Seamans 7'. 
Loring, i Mason, 127 ; Dickey 7/. Baltimore Ins. Co., 7 Cranch, 327 ; 
McLanahan 7'. Universal Ins. Co., i Pet. 184; Taylor v. Lowell, 3 
Mass. 331 ; Merchants' Ins. Co. v. Clapp, 1 1 (Pick. 56 ; Patrick v. 
Ludlow, 3 Johns. Cas. 10 (2 Am. Dec. 130) ; Kemble v. Bowne, i 
Caines, 75; Smith t*. Steinback, 2 Caines, 158; Garrigues v Coxe, 
I Binn. 592 ; Matteux v. London Ass. Co., i Atk. ; Davy v, Hallett. 
3 Caines, 16 (2 Am. Dec. 241) ; Fernandez v. N. Y. Mut. Ins. Co., 48 
N. Y. 571 ; De Peyster7/. Sun Mut. Ins. Co., 19 N. Y. 272; Stillwell 
V. Home Ins. Co., 3 Dill. 80; Insurance Co. v. Folsom, 18 Wall. 237; 
Hughes V. Union Ins. Co. 8 Wheat. 294 ; Columbian Ins. Co. v. Cat- 
lett, 12 Wheat. 383. 

//* statute. Chesapeake, etc., R. R. Co. v. Key, 3 Cranch C. C. 599. 
and firom Boston to St. Thomas and a market. In insurance 

policy. Deblois v. Ocean Ins. Co., 16 Pick. 303 (28 Am. Dec. 245). 
an office or banking-house. In statute. Merchants' Bk. v. 

State Bk., 10 Wall. 604. 

any tavern. In statute. Ray v. State, 50 Ala. 172. 

a salary of $2,600 per anniinu In contract. Haney v. Caldwell, 

35 Ark. 1 56. 

large. In statute. Com. v. Dow, 10 Mete. 382 ; McAneany v. 

Jewett, 10 Allen, 151. 

law. In statute. Fleming v. Burgin, 2 Ired . (Eq.) 584. 

least. In contract. Roberts v. Wilcocks, 8 W. & S. 464. 

In statute. Zouch v. Empsey, 2 B. & Aid. 522 ; Reg. v. Shropshire, 

8 Ad. & Ell. 173 ; Mitchell v Foster, 12 Ad. & Ell. 472. 
or near. In statute. Fall River R. R. Co. v. Old Colony R. R. 

Co., 5 Allen, 222 ; Bartlett v. Jenkins, 22 N. H. 53. 
or within. In will. Homer v. Homer, 8 Ch. Div. 758. 

owner's risk. In contract. D'Arc v. R. R. Co., L, R., 9C. 

P. 325. 
sea. In insurance policy. Wood v. New England Ins. Co., 14 Mass. 

31 (7 Am. Dec. 182); Washington Ins. Co. v. White, :?i3 Mass. 239; 

Bowen v. Hope Ins. Co., 20 Pick. 275 ; Eyre v. Marine Ins. Co., 6 

Whart. 247 ; Gookin v. New England, etc., Ins. Co., 12 Gray, 501 ; 

Union Ins. Co. v. Tysen, 3 Hill, 118. 

In statute. The Harriet, i Story, 251. 

starting. In contract. Shadwell v. Shadwell, 9 C. B. (N, S.) 160. 

the age. In will. Doe v. Ward, 9 Ad. & Ell. 582. 

the date of its passage. In statute. Bassett v. U. S., 2 Ct. of 

CI. 448. 

the dwelling-house. In Illinois statute. Kibbe v. Benson, 17 

Wall. 624. 

the end of the year. Arman v. Baker, 49 N. H. 161. 

the expiration of. In statute. Re Ruddy, L, R., 2 P. & D. 

330. 

the 18013 time. In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 9 Q. B. 663. 

the time of. In statute. Brown v. Wilkinson, 15 M. & W. 391. 

——the term. In statute. Lawverv. Langhans, 85 III. 138. 




AT. 



32 



ATTORNEY. 



AT — Continued. 

the trial. In statute. Pierpont v. Cartwright, 5 C. P. Div. 139, 

this date. Moore v. Korty, 1 1 Ind. 341. 

ATLANTIC United States coast. In insurance policy. New Haven, etc., 

Co. V. Security Ins. Co., 7 Fed. Rep. 847. 
ATTACHED. in any suit. In statute. Bollesw. Smith, 39 Conn. 216. 

on mesne process. In statute. Re Joslyn, 2 Biss. 235. 

ATTACHMENT. /// statute. Jenison v. Dyson, 9 M. & W. 541. 



ATTAIN. 



the age of twenty-one. In will. Muskettr/. Eaton, i Ch. Div. 



437- 



ATTEMPTS. - 
ATTENDANCE, 
ATTENDED. 
ATTENDING. 



ATTAINDER. Cozens v. Long, 3 N. J. (L.) 559. 

bill of . In constitution, Dreham v. Stifle, 8 Wall. 595 ; Cum- 
mins V. State, 4 Wall. 277; ex parte Garland, 4 Wall. 333. 
ATTEMU!. Stow v. Converse, 4 Conn. 17; McDermott v. People, 5 Park. C. C. 
102 ; Mulligan v. People, 5 Park. C. C. 105. 
In indictment. State v. Marshall, 14 Ala. 411. 

In statute. Com. 7a McDonald, 5 Cush. 368; Uhl v. Com., 6 Gratt. 
706 ; State v. Clarissa, 1 1 Ala. 57 . 

In verdict. Hart v. State, 38 Tex. 382. 

at firaud. In insurance policy. Shaw z/. Scottish Ins. Co., i Fed. 

Rep. 763. 
to sell. In statute. Moore v. Young, 4 Biss. 1 28. 

- to commit any ofiEbnse. In statute. Cox v. People, 82 111. 191. 

each day's . In constitution. State v. Hastings, 16 Wis. 338. 

Miller v. McDonald, 13 Wis. 673. 

Evererd v. Pappleton, 5 Q. B. 183. 

physician. In insurance policy. Gibson v. American Mut. Ins. 

Co., 37 N. Y. 580. 
persona at the assizes. In statute. Simon v. Gratz, 2 Penr. & W. 

412 (23 Am. Dec. i). 

your bill shall have . In letter. Rees v. Warnick, 2 B. & Aid. 1 1 5. 

Griffiths V. Griffiths, L. R., 2 P. & D. 300 ; Freshfield v. Reid, 9 M. & 

W. 404 ; Burdett v. Spillsbury, 6 M. & G. 426. 
Lewis 7/. Lewis, 13 Barb. 17. 
In statute. Doe v. Burdett, 9 Ad. & Ell. 936. 
In deed. Freshfield v. Reed, 9 M & W. 404. 

by two witnesses. In statute. Logwoods. Hussey, 60 Ala. 417. 

copy. In statute. Wait z/. Demeritt, 119 Mass. 158. 

note. In statute. Walker v. Warfield, 6'Metc. 466 ; Village Bank 

V. Arnold, 4 Mete. 588. 

witness. In statute. Jenkins v. Dawes, 115 Mass. 600. 

In statute. Ingram v. Richardson, 2 La. Ann. 839 ; Trowbridge v. Weir, 

6 La. Ann. 706 ; Whittle v. Renner, 55 Cal. 395 ; Fox v. Jackson, 8 

Barb. 335 ; Bradley v. Fisher, 13 Wall. 335 ; Neflft/. Powell, 6 Blackf. 

420; State Bank v. Martin, 4 Ala. 615 ; Reg. v. Priest, 20 L. J. (Q. B.) 

17. 
at law. Denton v. Noyes, 2 Johns. 296 ; Waters v. Whittemore, 

22 Barb. 595 ; Merritti/. Lambert, 10 Paige. 352 ; Bailey v. Delaplaine, 

I Sandf. 1 1 ; Hughes v. Mulvey, i Sandf. 92 ; ex parte Yale, 24 Cal. 

241 ; Fletchers. Dangerfield, 20 Cal. 430; Byrne w. Stewart, 3 Dessaus. 



ATTENTION. 
ATTEST. 

ATTESTED. 



ATTESTING. 
ATTOBNEY. 



MiH 



TORNEY. 

, P. Div. 139. 
Haven, etc., 

I. 216. 
235- 

n, I Ch. Div. 



II. 595 ; Cum- 

333- 

5 Park. C. C. 



om., 6 Gratt. 
us. Co., I Fed. 



pie, 82 III. 191. 
, 16 Wis. 338- 



can Mut. Ins. 

Penr. & W. 

B. & Aid. I IS- 
Reid, 9 M. & 



ATTORNEY. 



33 



AUTHORITY. 



ey, 60 Ala. 417. 
Village Bank 

600. 
bridge v. Weir, 

V. Jackson, 8 
well, 6 Blackf. 
20 L. J. (Q. B.) 

Whittemore, 
V, Delaplaine, 

Yale, 24 Cal. 
rart, 3 Dessaus. 



ATTORNEY — Continued. 

466; Ingersoll v. Howard, i Heisk. 247; Austin's Case, 5 RaWie. 
191 ; ex parte Heyfron, 7 How. (Miss.) 127 ; ex parte Garland, 4 Wall. 
333; Leigh's Case, i Munf. 468 ; ex parte Faulkner, i W. V'a. 269; 
ex parte Law, 35 Ga. 285; Hallowell's Case, 3 Dall. 410; Hall v. 
Sawyer, 47 Barb. 116. 

in flujt. Porter v. Herman, 8 Cal. 619. 

agent or . In statute. Clark v. Morse, 16 La. 375 ; Neflr?'. Powell, 

6 Blackf. 420. 

AUCnOlT. Rex v. Taylor, 13 Price, 336; Walker?/. Advocate, i Dow. H. L. iii ; 

Campbell v. Swan, 48 Barb. 109; Crandall v. State, 28 Ohio St, 479. 
In statute. Fretwell v. Troy, 18 Kas. 271. 
AUCnONEEB. Wilkes v. Ellis, 2 H. Bl. 555 ; McMeachan v. Mayor, 3 Harr. & J. 

534; Hunt?/. Philadelphia, 35 Pa. St. 277; Waterhouse ?'. Dorr, 4 

Me. 333 ; Clark v. Cushman, 5 Mass. 505 ; State v. Conkling, 19 Cal. 

501 ; State v. Rucker, 24 Mo. 557. 
In statute. City of Goshen v. Kern, 63 Ind. 468 (30 Am. Rep. 234) ; 

Fretwell v. Troy, 18 Kas. 271. 
AXJOnONEEBS. In catalogue of sale. Franklyn 7). Lamond, 4 C. B. 644. 
AUDIT. In statute. Re Murphy, 24 Hun, 592. 

AUDITA. querela. Young v. Collet, T. Ray. 89 ; Sutton v. Bishop, 4 Burr. 

2283 ; Baker v. Ridgway, 2 Bing. 41 ; Little v. Cook, i Aiken, 363; 
Lovejoy v. Webber, 10 Mass. 103; Bruckett v. Winslow, 17 Mass. 
159; Johnson v. Harvey, 4 Mass. 485; Johnson v. Plimpton, 30 Vt. 
420; Poultney 7/. Treasurer, 25 Vt. 168; Brooks v. Hunt, 17 Johns. 
484; Nathan v. Giles, 5 Taunt. 558; Waddington v. Vredenberg, 2 
Johns. Cas. 227 ; Stainford v. Barry, i Aikens, 321 (15 Am. Dec. 692). 

AUDITOB. Blain v. Patterson, 48 N. H. 151 ; Whitwell v. Willard, i Mete. 216; 

Field V. Holland, 6 Cranch, 8; Fisk v. Gray, 100 Mass. 193. 

In constitution. State v. Hastings, 10 Wis. 530. 

In statute. Locke v. Bennett, 7 Cush. 451; Whitwell v. Willard, i 
Mete. 216. 
AUTHENTICATION. Ordway v. Ordway, » 



fVlS. 45. 



AUTHQIl. 



In statute. Jeffreys v. Boosey, 4 H. L. Cas. 815 ; Routledge v. Low, L. 
R., 3 H. L. 100; Wood V. Boosey, 9 B. & S. 181 ; Burns v. Wood- 
ruff, 4 Wash. 48 ; Atwill v. Ferrett, 2 Blatchf. 39 ; Shepherd v. Con- 
quest, 17 C. B. 444; Heine v. Appleton, 2 Blatchf. 125. 

or composer. In statute. Wood v. Boosey, L. R., 2 Q. B. 340. 

AUtUOBITY. In statute. Comm'rsz/. Alleghany, 20 Md. 449; Comm'rs v. Duckett, 
20 Md. 468. 

exercised under the United States. In statute. Day v. Gal- 
lup, 2 Wall. 97; Dupasseur v. Rochereau, 21 Wall. 130; Verdcn v. 
Coleman, i Black, 472. 

of law. In constitution. Reineman v. C. C. & B. H. R. R., 7 Neb. 

3«o. 

to pay. In statute. Queen v. Kay, L. R., 1 C. C. R. 260. 

apparent ;-. Jolly v. Rees, 15 C. B. (N. S.) 640. 

presomed . Jolly v. Rees, 15 C. B. (N. S.) 640. 

by of and as agents for. In statute. Lennard ?/. Robinson, $ 

E!. k Bl. 125. 

previous . In statute. Palmer 7/. Yates, 3 Sandf. 137. 



rit 



r 



A UTHORIZED. 



34 



BAGGAGE, 



Hi il ^l 



m 



AUTHOBIZED. In statute, yueen v. Perry. 3 El. & Bl. 125. 

— — and empowered. In statute. People v. Herkimer Co., 56 Barb. 
452. 

not by law. Com. v. Dana, 2 Mete. 329. 

AVAILABLE. In statute. Marks v. Hall, 7 B. & S. 841. 

capital. Venezuela R. Co. v. Kusch, L. R., 2 H. L. Cas. 99. 

for adjudication. In statute. Re Bedell, 7 Ch. Dlv. 123, 

means. In assignment. Brigham v. Tillinghast, 13 N. Y. 215, 

AVAILS. In will. McNaughton v. McNaughton, 34 N. Y. 201 ; Allen v. De 

Witt, 3 N, Y. 277. 
AVEEAGE. In contract. Whitney t'. Thacher, 117 Mass. 523; Coster v. Phoenix 
Ins. Co., 2 Wash. C. C. 51. 

charges. In charter, Hersh v. N<jrth Central R. Co., 74 Pa. 

St. 181. 

or claim. In insurance policy. Carr v. Ins. Co., 5 B. & S. 437. 

free firom unless general. In insurance policy. Biays v. Ins. 

Co., 7 Cranch, 415. 

general . Sterling v. Forrester, 3 Bligh, 590; LQuisville, etc., 

Ins. Co. V. Bland, 9 Dana, 147 ; Nimic v. Holmes, 25 Pa. St. 371 ; 
Crockett v. Dodge, 3 Fairf. (Me.) 190; Simms v. Gurney, 4 Binn. 
524; Williams v. Suffolk Ins. Co., 3 Sumn. 513. 
AVEBMENT. Van Vechten v. Hopkins, 5 Johns. 211; Cheetham v. Tillotson, 5 

Johns. 430 ; Prigmore v. Thompson, Minor, 420. 
AVOCATION, usual . In statute. Voglesong v. State, 9 Ind. 112; State v. Con- 
ger, 14 Ind. 396. 

AVOIDABLE. damage. //; deed. Elliott v. R. Co., 10 H. L. Cas. 334. 

AWABD. Johnson v. Moxey, 43 Ala. 521 ; Richards v. Gritiin, 5 Ala. 195. 



BACK. 
BAD. 



BADGE. 
BAGGAGE. 



lands. In tvill. Ryerss ?'. Wheeler, 22 Wend. 148; (Lawson's 

Usages and Customs, 351.) 

girl. Snell v. Snow, 13 Mete. 280. 

woman. Riddell v. Thayer, 127 Mass. 487. 

persons of notoriously character. In statute. Parker v. 

Green, 2 B. & S. 299. 

of fraud. In instruction. Pilling 7'. Olis, 13 Wis. 496. 

Johnson v. Fall River R. Co., 5 Cush. 72 ; Orange County Bank v. 
Brown, 9 Wend. 85 (24 Am. Dec. 129); Grant v. Newton, i E. D. 
Smith, 99; Bell v. Drew, 4 E. D. Smith, 59; Cincinnati, etc., R. Co. v. 
Marcus, 38 III. 219; Hellman v. Holladay, i Woolw. 365; Torpey v. 
Williams, 3 Daly, 162; The Ionic, 5 Blatchf. 538; Walsh v. fctr. H. 
M. Wright, I Newb. Adm. 494 ; Steers v. Liverpool, etc., R. Co., 
57 N. Y. I ; Nevins v. Bay State Steamboat Co., 4 Bosw. 225 ; Mich- 
igan, etc., R. Co. V. Carrow, 73 111. 348; Cadwallader v. Grand 
Trunk R. Co., 9 Lower Canada Rep. 169; McCormick r/. Hudson 
R. R. Co., 4 E. D. Smith, 181 ; McGill v. Rowand, 3 Pa. St. 451 : 
Jones?/. Voorhees, 10 Ohio, 145 ; Am. Contract Co. v. Cross, 8 Bush, 
472; Brooke v. Pickwick, 4 Bing. 218; Fraloff v. New York, 
etc., R. Co., 10 Blatchf. 16; 100 U. S. 24; McDou^U v. Tor- 
rance, 4 Lower Canada Jur. 233; S. C, 12 Lower Canada Rep. 
321 ; Dunlap v. International Steamboat Co., 98 Mass. 371 ; Weed 
7/. Saratoga, etc., R. Co., 19 Wend. 534; Becker z/. Great Eastern 
R. Co., L. R., 5 Q. b. 241 ; S. C, 22 L. T. (N. S.) 299; 18 Week. 



4GGAGE. 



BAGGAGE. 



35 



BALE. 



BAOGAGE 



;o., 56 Barb. 



Cas. 99- 
V. 123. 
N. Y. 215. 
Allen V. De 

er V. Phoenix 

\. Co., 74 Pa- 

B. & S. 437- 
Biays v. Ins. 

^Quisville, etc., 
25 Pa. St. 37'-. 
urney, 4 Binn. 

V. Tillotson, 5 

2; States. Con- 

3. 334- 
Ala. 195- 

148: (Lawson's 



ute. Parker v, 

s. 496. 

County Bank v. 
Newton, I E. D. 
Ai, etc., R. Co. v. 
. 365 ; Torpey v. 
Walsh V. fctr. H. 
)ool. etc., R. Co., 
Josw. 225; Mich- 
Allader v. Grand 
Irmick v. Hudson 
[nd, 3 Pa. St. 451 •' 

V. Cross, 8 Bush, 

V. New York, 

[oouo^aU V. Tor- 

^er Canada Rep. 

Mass. 37 > : Weed 
V. Great Eastern 

I) 299; 18 Week. 



BAHJESE. 



BAILIFF. 
BATLMBNT. 



BAITING. 
BALANCE. 



BALANCED. 
BALANCES. 
Bi»LE. 



Contii ued. 

Rep. 627; 39 L. J. (Q. B.) 122; Chicago, etc.. R. Co. v. Boyce, 73 
111. 510; Dexter 7>. Syracuse, etc., R. Co., 42 N. Y. 326; First Nat. 
Bank v. Marietta, etc., R. Co., 20 Ohio St. 260; Mississippi, etc., R. 
Co.v. Kennedy, 41 Miss. 671 ; Dexter v. Syracuse, etc., R. Co., 42 N. 
Y. 326; Curtis V. Delaware, etc., R. Co., 74 N. Y. 116; Hudston ?/. 
Midland, etc., R. Co., 10 Best & S. 504; S. C, L. R., 4 Q. B. 366; 
Phelps V. London, etc., R. Co., 19 C. B. (N. S.) 321 ; S. C, 1 1 Jur. 
(N. S.) 652; 34 L. J.(C. P.) 259; 13 Week. Rep. 782; 12 L. T. (N. S.) 
496; Thomas v. Great Western R. Co., 14 Upper Canada Q. B. 
389; Hirschsohn v. Hamburgh Am. Packet Co., 2 Jones & Sp. 521 ; 
Ouimit V. Henshaw, 35 Vt. 604; Macrow v. Great Western R. 
Co., L. R., 6 Q. B. 612 ; S. C, 40 L. J. (Q. B.) 300, 24 L. T. (N. S.) 
618; 19 Week. Rep. 673; Connolly v. Warren, 106 Mass. 146; Mun- 
ster V. South Eastern R. Co., 4 C. B. (N. S.) 676 ; S. C, 4 Jur. (N. 
S.) 738 ; 27 L. J. (C. P.) 308 ; Duffy v. Thompson, 4 E. D. Smith, 178 ; 
Doyle V. Kiser, 6 Ind. 242 ; Dibble v. Brown, 12 Ga. 217 ; Baltimore, 
etc., R. Co. V. Smith, 23 Md. 402; Woods r/. Devin, 13 111. 746; Chi- 
cago, etc., R. Co. 7/. Collins, 56 111. 212; Davis w. Michigan, etc., R. Co., 
22 111.278; Van Horn?'. Kermit,4 E. D.Smith, 454; Hawkins?'. Ikff- 
man. 6 Hill, 586 ; Davis v. Cayuga, etc., R. Co., 10 How. Pr. 330 ; Hop- 
kins V. Westcott, 6 Blatchf. 64 ; Hannibal, etc., R. Co. v. Swift, 
12 Wall. 262; Toledo, etc., R. Co. v. Hammond, 33 Ind. 379; 
Porter?/. Hildebrand, 14 Pa. St. 129. 
In notice. Beckman v. Shouse, 5 Rawle, 179 (28 Am. Dec. 653); 
Dwight ?'. Brewster, i Pick. 150; Camden, etc., R, Co., v. Baldauf, 
16 Pa. St. 67. 

and efibots. In statute. Cross v. Wilkins, 43 N. H. 336. 

In statute, Reg. v. Hunt, 8 Cox C. C. 495 ; People v. Cohen, 8 Cal. 

42 ; Reg. V, Denmour, 8 Cox C. C. 440 ; Reg. v. Robson, 9 Cox C. 

C. 29; Reg. V. Hassell, 8 Cox C. C. 491 ; Reg. v. Hoare, i F. & F. 

647; Reg. V. Reeves, 5 Jur. (N. S.) 716; Becker v. Smith, 9 Smith 

(Pa.), 469; Reg.?/. Loose, Bell C. C. 259; Reg. v. Bunkall, 9 Cox C. 

C.419; Reg. V. Davis, 14 W. R. 679; Hunt v. Wyman, 100 Mass. 198; 

People V. Poggi, 19 Cal. 600; People v. Cohen, 8 Cal. 43. 

In statute. Tarrant v. Baker, 14 C. B. 119. 

Mallory I?/. Willis, 4 N. Y. 76; Marsh v. Titus, 6 Thomp. & C. 29; 3 

Hun, 550, 
In statute. People v. Poggi, 19 Cal. 600; People v. Cohen, 8 Cal. 43. 
In statute. Pitts v. Millar, L. R., 9 Q. B. 381. 
Townson v. Jackson, 13 M. & W. 374. 
In statute. Reynolds v. Walker, 29 Miss. 250; London Union v. 

Acocks, 8 C. B. (N. S.) 780. 

of money. In statute. Brown v. MuUins, 24 Miss. 204. 

of my estate. In will. Walker ?/. Parker, 13 Pet. 166, 

of probabilities. In instruction. Haskins v. Haskins, 9 Gray, 391. 

of theaooount. In statute. Henderson v. Eason, 17 Q. B. 712. 

on of aoooxints. In guaranty. Oldershaw v. King, 2 Hurl. & N. 

403 ; id, 524. 
In statute. Finney v. Tootel, 5 C. B. 508. 
In bond. Pattison v. Guardians, i Hurl. & N. 524. 
In contract. Taylor v. Briggs, 2 C. & P. 525. 



BALES. 



36 



BANKERS. 



BALES. 



-of gambler. In contract. Gorrissen v. Perrin, 2 C. B. (N. S.) 681. 



cotton in . In charter-party. Taylor v. Briggs, 2 C. & P. 525. 

BALLAST. Insurance Co. v. Thwing, 13 Wall. 674. 

BAIiUSS. d'aotion. Wigan v. Strange, L. R., i C. P. 176. 

diTortissement. Wigan v. Strange, L. R., i C. P. 176. 

BALLOT. People v. Holden, 19 Cal. 600. 

In constitution. Opinion of the Justices, 7 Me. 414; Williams v. 
Stern, 38 Ind. 89. 

BALUSTBADES. In statuU. Gushing t/. Bosion, 128 Mass. 330. 



BAirar. 



BASKEB. 



BANEEB8. 



Oulton v. Saving Institution, \^ Wall. 109; State v. Louisiana Saving 
Co., 12 La. Ann. 568; New York Fireman Ins. Co. v. Ely, 2 Cow. 
678 ; State v. Helmes, 3 N. J. (L.) 764. 

In promissory note. Way v. Butterworth, 108 Mass. 510; 106 Mass. 75. 

In statute. Way v. Butterworth, 106 Mass. 75 ; Re Leavenworth Sav- 
ings Bk., 14 B. R. 92 ; Ohio Life Ins. Co. v. Debolt, 16 How. 416. 

bill. In indictment. Eastman v. Com., 4 Gray, 416; Com. v. 

*^tebbins, 8 Gray, 493; Com. v. Grimes, 10 Gray, 470; State v. 
Happe, 39 Iowa, 468; State v. Hays, 21 Ind. 176; Low v. People, 2 
Park. C. C. 37 ; Com. v. Clancey, 7 Allen, 537 ; Townsend v. Peo- 
ple, 4 Tel. 328. 

~^bi..i orjiote. In indictment. Com. 7/. Rand, 7 Mete. 475 ; State 

V. HHiiiisou, 4 Zab. 9. 

bill or promissory note. In statute. State v. Wilkins, 17 Vt. 151. 

money. Hapson v. Fountain, 5 Humph. 140. 

note. In statute. Williams v. Amis, 30 Tex. 37; Eastman v. 

Com., 4 Gray, 416; State v. Hays, 21 Ind. 176 ; Com. v. Stebbins, 8 

Gray, 493 ; Low v. People, 2 Park. C. C. 37 ; James v. Rogers, 23 

Ind. 451. 
of the creek. In deed. Hasley v. McCormick, 13 N. Y. 296. 

of the river. Indeed, McCollugh v. Wainwright, 14 Pa. St. 

171 ; Dunlap v. Stetson, 4 Mason, 349; Luce v. Carley, 24 Wend. 
451; Luntv. Holland, 14 Mass. 150; Pulley v. Muncipality, 18 La. 
278; Stone V. Augusta, 46 Me. 127; Howard v. Ingcrsoll, 13 How. 
381. 

or company engaged in the business of banking. In statute. 

Bank v. Collector, 3 Wall. 495. 

any other . In statute. Campbell v. Farmers' Bk.; 10 Bush, 152. 

incorporated . In statute. Com. v. Tenney, 97 Mass. 50. 

on the . In deed. Halsey v. McCormack, 13 N. Y. 296. 

on the west . In deed. Caldwell's Case, 19 Wall. 264. 

Bank v. The Collector, 3 Wall. 495; Curtis v. Leavitt, 15 N. Y. 167; 
People V. Utica Ins. Co., 15 Johns. 358 ; Lowry v. Commercial, etc., 
Bank, Taney, 312; Hinckley v. Belleville, 43 III. 183; Warren v. 
Shook. I Otto, 708. 

In statute. Exchange Bank v. Hines, 3 Ohio St. i ; Bemasconi v. Fare- 
brother, 10 B. & C. 554. 

In will. Goblet v. Beechy, 3 Sim. 24. 

doing business as brokers. In statute, U. S. v, Fisk, 3 Wall. 

. 445- 



\NKERS. 

(N. S.)68i. 
S P. 525- 



76. 
Williams v. 



siana Saving 
, Ely, 2 Cow. 

106 Mass. 75- 
en worth Sav- 
j How. 416. 
416; Com. V. 
470; State V. 
w V. People, 2 
nsend v. Peo- 

Btc. 475; State 
kins, 17 Vt. 15'- 



; Eastman x'. 
. V. Stebbins, 8 
s V. Rogers, 23 

J N. Y. 296. 
ght, 14 Pa. St. 
trley, 24 Wend, 
icipality, 18 La. 
fcrsoll, 13 How. 

Lng. In statute, 

k.; 10 Bush, 152. 

Mass. 50- 

Y. 296. 

1. 264. 

,tt.i5N.Y. 167: 
;ommercial, etc., 
183 ; Warren v. 

emasconi v. Fare- 



5. V. Fisk, 3 Wall. 



NANKING. 



37 



£ AURA TRY. 



BANXmO. 



BANEBUPT. 



BANEBUFTCY, 



BANES. 



BABE. 



BABQAnr. 



BABOE. 



BAB-EEEFEB, 

BAB-IBON. 

BABLEY. 

BABir. 



BABBATOB. 



BABBATBY. 



hours. Parker 7>. Gordon, 7 East, 385 ; Jameson v. Swinton, a 

Taunt. 225 ; Hare ?'. Henty, 10 C. B. (N. S.) 65 ; Calisher t-. Forbes, 

41 L. J. (Ch.) 56; Salt Springs Nat. Bank v. Burton, 58 N. Y. 430; 

Marshall v. American Ex. Co., 7 Wis, 3. 
engaged in the business of . In statute. Bank v. Collector, 3 

Wall. 495. 
law. Vanuxem v. Hnzlehurst, i South. 192 (7 Am. Dec. 582); 

Martin v. Berry, 37 Cal. 208 ; Adams c. Storey, i Paine, 80. 
become and discontinue business. In resolution of corporation. 

Barr v, Bartram, etc., Co., 41 Conn. 502. 

Sturges z/. Crowninshield, 4 Wheat. 122; re Black, 2 Ben. 196; 

Sackett v. Andross, 5 Hill, 337 ; ex parte Breneman, Crabbe, 456. 

act of . Maltbie v. Hotchkiss, 38 Conn. 80. 

adjudication of . In statute. Re Morse, 17 Blatchf. 74. 

contemplation of . In statute. Peckham 7/. Burrows, 3 Story, 

544 ; Morse v. Godfrey, 3 Story, 364 ; Everett v. Stone, 3 Story, 446; 

Winsor v. Kendall, 3 Story, 507. 

Lionberger v. Rouse, 9 Wall. 468. 

In constitution. Bank of Sonoma v. Fairbanks, 52 Cal. 196. 

In statute. Monmouthshire Canal Co. v. Hill, 4 Hurl. & N. 426 ; Ben- 
nett V. Morta, Holt, N. P. 360. 

trustee. In statute. Morgan v. Swansea U. S. Authority, 27 W. 

R. 283. 
Sage V. Wilcox, 6 Conn. 81. 
In statute, Packard v. Richardson, 7 Mass. 122 (8 Am. Dec. 133); 

Egerton v. Mathews, 6 East, 307. 

sell, release quit-claim and convey. In deed. Gibson v. 

Chouteau, 39 Mo. 536. 

In insurance policy. Steinhoffz/. Royal Canadian Ins. Co., 42 U. C. Q. 
B. 307. 

In statute. The Mamie, 5 Fed. Rep. 820. 

, Boniface v. Scott, 3 S. & R. 351. 

In insurance policy. Evans v. Commercial, etc., Ins. Co., 6 R. I. 47. 

first quality dear . In contract. Robinson v. U. S., 13 Wall. 363. 

stack at . In indictment. Rex v. Swatkins, 4 C. & P. 548. 

State V. Wolfenberger, 20 Ind. 242 ; Ellsmore v. Inhabitants, 8 B. & C. 
645 ; Ratekin v. State, 26 Ohio St. 420; State v. Cherry, 63 N. C. 
493; State V. Laughlin, 8 Jones (L.), 354; State «/. Jim, 8 Jones (L.), 
459; State V. Shaw, 31 Me. 250; People v. Taylor, 2 Mich. 250. 

common . Com. v. Davis, 11 Pick. 432; Com. r. Pray, 13 Pick. 

359 ; Com. V. Mohun, 52 Pa. St. 243 ; Com. v, McCulloch, 1 5 Mass. 

237 : State V. Chitty, i Bailey, 379. 
Thallhimer v. Brinckerhoff, 3 Cow. 623 (15 Am. Dec. 308). 
In bill of lading. Taylor v. Liverpool Steam. Co., L. R., 9 Q. B. 546. 

In marine policy. Waters v. Merchants' Ins. Co., 11 Peters, 213; Pa. 
tapsco Ins. Co. v. Coulter, 3 Peters, 222 ; Hood v. Nesbet, 2 Dall. 
137; Crousellat V. Ball, 4 Dall. 294; Marcardierv. Chesapeake Ins. 
Co., 8 Cranch, 39; Wilson v. General Mut. Ins. Co., 12 Cush. 360; 
Lawton V. Sun Mutual Ins. Co., 5 Cush. 500; Atkinson v. Great 
Western Ins. Co., 4 Daly, i ; Brown v. Union Ins. Co., 5 Day, i : 
Stone V. National Ins. Co., 19 Pick. 34; Greene v. Pacific Mut. Ins. 



■* 



■■■i 



BARRATRY. 



38 



BEAST. 



BABBATBY — Continued. 

Co., 9 Allen, 127; Dufourz/. Camfranc 11 Mart. 607; Koster v. Reed, 
6 B. & C. 22; Cook V. Commercial Ins. Co., 11 Johns. 40; Busk v. 
Assurance Co., 2 B. & Aid. 80; Millandon v. New Orleans Ins. Co., 
II Mart. 603 (13 Am. Dec. 358); Dederer 2/. Delaware Ins. COn I 
Wash. 61 ; Hucks v. Thornton, Holt. N. P. 34. 

In statute. Gnll v. Screw Co., L. R., 3 C. P. 476. 

State V. Moore, 1 1 Ired. (L.) 70. 

In contract. Miller v. Stevens, 100 Mass. 518 ; Clark v. Finney, 7 Cow. 
681. 

In writ. Gardner v. Lane, 9 Allen, 492. 

U. S. V. Morel, 13 Am. Jur. 279. 

Timmins v. Lacy, 30 Tex. 115 ; Stikes v. Swanson, 44 Ala. 633. 

Respublica v. Delangchamps, i Dall. 114; Cole v. Turner, 6 Mod. 149 ; 

Reg. V. Cotesworth, 6 Mod. 172 ; James v. Campbell, 5 C. & P. 372 ; 

Ford V. Skinner, 4 C. & P. 239; Pursell v. Horn, 8 Ad. & Ell, 604; 

Dodwell V. Burford, i Mod. 24; Hopper ?'. Reeve, 7 Taunt. 698; 

Griffin v. Coleman, 4 Hurl. & N. 265 ; Wright v. Court, 4 B. & C. 

596; Coward v. Baddeley, 4 H. & N. 481 ; Williams v. Jones, Hard. 

301 ; Fitzgerald v. Cavin, no Mass. 153; Com. v. Ruggles, 6 Allen. 

588 ; Kirland v. State, 43 Ind. 146 ; Johnson v. State, 35 Ala. 363 ; 

Johnson v. State, 17 Tex. 615 ; U. S. v. Ortega, 4 Wash. C. C. 554; 

State V. Baker, 65 N. C. 322; Bull v. Colton, 22 Barb. 94; Wiffin v. 

Kincard, 2 B. & P. 472; Reg. v. Day, i Cox C. C. 207; State v. 

Prather, 54 Ind. 63. 
U. S. V. Morel, 13 Am. Jur. 279. 

or harbor. In deed. Niles v. Patch, 13 Gray, 257. 

ofElsred. In offer of reward. Freeman v. City of Boston, 5 Mete 



BABBBL. 



BASIN. 

BASTABD. 

BATTEBY. 



BAT. 
BE. 



BEAOH. 



BEADSKAir. 

BEANS. 

BEABEB. 



BEABINa-. 



BEAST. 



58. 
advanoed or to advanced. In guaranty. Bell v. Welch, 9 C. B 

166. 
shall . In statute. Boisdere v. Citizens' Bank, 9 La. 506 (29 Am. 

Dec. 453)- 
Merwin v. Wheeler, 41 Conn. 14; Littlefield v. Littlefield, 28 Me. 180; 

Hodge V. Boothby, 48 Me. 68; Cutts v. Hussey, 15 Me. 237; East 

Hampton v. Kirk, 13 N. Y. (S. C.) 257 ; boane v. Wilcutt, 13 Gray, 

328. 
In deed. Niles v. Patch, 13 Gray, 254. 
for drift wood and timber. In will. Brown v. Lakeman, 17 

Pick. 444 (28 Am. Dec. 315). 
Faulkner v. Upper Boddington, 3 C. B. (N. S.) 412. 
In statute. Rex. v. Woodward, i Moody, 323. 
In note. Mechanics' Bank v. Straiton, 3 Keyes, 365 ; 5 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 

1 1 ; Cocks V. Fellows, i Johns. 143. 

payable to In statute. Cheetham v. Butler, 5 B. & Adol. 838. 

even date. In statute. Wood v. Norton, 9 B. & C. 887. 

interest. In note. Kennedy v. Nash, i Stark. 452. 

the surname of. In will. Luscombe v. Yeates, 5 B. & Aid. 556. 

In statute. Rex v. Mulreaty, i Russ., Cr. & M. 938 ; Taylor v. State, 6 

Humph. 285 ; State v. Pearce, Peck, 66. 
domestic . In statute. State v. Enslow, 10 Iowa, 11$. 



BEAST. 

ister V. Reed, 
\. 40 ; Busk V. 
;ans Ins. Co., 
re Ins. Co., i 



inney, 7 Cow. 



a. 633. 

;r.6Mod. 149; 
5 C. & P. 372 : 
Ad.&En.6o4: 

7 Taunt. 698; 
3urt, 4 B. & C. 
V. Jones, Hard, 
iggles, 6 Allen, 
te, 35 Ala. 363 ; 
rash. C.C. 554; 

b. 94; Wiffinw. 
:. 207 ; State v. 



: Boston, 5 Mete 

V. Welch. 9 C. B 

I La. 506 (29 Am. 

[ield, 28 Me. 180; 
15 Me. 237; East 
Wilcutt, 13 Gray' 

n V. Lakeman, 17 

5 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 

;B. &Ado1.838. 

6 C. 887. 

^ 452- 

58, 5 B. & Aid. 556- 

; Taylor v. State, 6 

wa, 11$. 



BEASTS. 



BEASTS. 
BEAT. 



BEUOME. 

BECOMES. 

BED. 



BEFOBB. 



BEGGING. 



39 



BEING. 



BEGnnmrG. 

BEGINS. 



BEGOTTEN. 
BEGUN. 

BEHATiF. 
BEHAVIOB. 



BEING. 



other . In statute. U. S. v, Gideor, i Minn, 292. 

Ryan v. Judd, 7 Mo. (App.) 74 ; Reg. v. Hale, 2 C. & K. 326. 
/« indictment. Com. v. McClellan, loi Mass. 34. 

any home. In statute. State v. Avery, 44 N. H. 395, 

an habitual drunkard. In statute. Porritt v. Porritt, 16 Mich. 

140. 

at the time he bankrupt. Jn statute. Fawcett r/. Feme, 6 Q. 

B. 19. 

goto with. In slander. Walton v. Singleton, 7 S. & R. 451 (10 

Am. Dec. 472). 

Mayor v. Davis, 6 W. A S. 279. 

In indictment. Moore v. State, 2 Tex. (App.) 350. 

Nevin v. Ladue, 3 Denio, 437; People v. Wheelock, 3 Park. C. C. 9; 

Excise Comm'rs v. Taylor, 21 N. Y. 173; People v. Crilley, 20 Barb. 

246. 

In statute. Read v. Story, 6 Hurl. & N. 427 ; People v. Hart, 24 How. 
Pr. 289. 

shop, Indeed. Wilson v. Hart, L. R., i Ch. App. 463; Bishop 

of St. Albans v. Battersby, 26 W. R. 679. 
In statute. Hartford Ins. Co. v. State, 9 Kas. 260. 

oonTiotion. In statute. States". Lewis, 19 Kas. 260. 

final hearing or triaL In statute, Bryant v. Rich, 106 Mass. 192. 

or at the time. In skipping contract. Rice v. K. P. R. R., 63 

Mo. 314. 

the sheriff and Buitors. In plea. Jones w. Jones, 5 M. & W. 

524. 

the wind. In statute. The Fashion v. Wards, 6 McLean, 152. 

trial. In statute. Winship z/. State, 51 III. 296; Horner z/. Pilk- 

ington, II Ind.440; St. Anthony Falls Water Power Co. v. King, 

etc., Bridge, 23 Minn. 186. 

for alms or BOlioiting charity. In statute. Re Haller, 3 Abb. 

N. C. 65. 

with the elder. In will. Windt v. Windt, L. R., i H. L. 87. 

to keep his house to the intent to delay creditors. In 

statute. Harvey v. Ramsbottom, i B. & C. 59 ; Dudley v. Vaughan, 

I Camp. 271. 

In will. Doe v. Prevoost, 4 Johns. 61 (4 Am. Dec. 249). 

matters or things or made. In statute. Felkin v. Berridge, 

iSC. B. (N. S.)26o. 

Richerson v. Sternburg, 65 111. 272. 

breach of good . In constitution. State v. Bell, 2 Mart. (N. S.) 

699. 

in advance. In contract. Haigh v. Brooks, 10 Ad. & Ell. 309. 

married. In statute. Murray v. Queen, 7 Q. B. 700; Queen v. 

Allen, L. R., i C. C. R. 371. 

the same premises. Lovejoy v. Lovett, 124 Mass. 270 ; Ammi- 

down V. Granite Bank, 8 Allen, 285 ; Auburn Congregational 
Church V. Walker, 124 Mass. 69. 

threatened. In statute. Baker V. State. 49 Ala. 350, 

for the time . In statute. King v. Devonshire, i B. & C. 618. 



lasaSSI 



\t& 



JiELlEF. 



40 



BEQUEATHED. 



BBIilEF. Hatch v. Carpenter, 9 Gray, 371. 

In statute, Humphreys v. McCall, 9 Cal. 62. 
BELIEVB. Coin, v. Lottery Tickets, 5 Cush. 374 ; Re Fitch, 2 Wend. 298. 

firom the evidence. State v. O'Hagan, 38 Iowa, 504, 

BELLIGERENT. fbroeB. In life insurance policy. Welts v. Conn. Mut. life 

Ins. Co., 48 N. Y. 36. 

BELLIOEBENTS. Johnson v. Jones, 44 III. 143. 
BELONGED. Spear v. Hooper, 22 Pick. 144. 

BELONGING. In statute. Reading v. Westport, 19 Conn. 561 ; Columbia v. Williams, 
3 Conn. 467. 

thereto. In deed. Cort v. Sagar, 3 Hurl. & N. 373. 

to exhibitors. In insuratue policy. Mayor v. Hamilton Fire 

Ins. Co., 10 Bosw. 537. 

money to the State. In bond. Gilbert v. Ishum, 16 Conn. 536. 

stables to the said premises . Indeed. Martland t/. Mackinnon, 

I H. & C. 610. 

BELONGB. In statute. Reading v. Westport, 19 Conn. 561. 

town to which he . In statute. Hampden v. Newburgh, 67 Me. 

370. 

BENEFICIAL. In statute. Reg.?/. Inhabitants, 3 (J. B. 250; Cutting v. Cutting, 20 
Hun, 360. 

devises. In statute. Sullivan ?/. Sullivan, 106 Mass. 474 (8 Am. 

Rep. 356). 

ei\joyment. In statute. Att'y-Gen. v. Sefton, 11 H. L. Caa. 257 ; 

3 H. & C. 1034. 

BENEFICIALLY. In statute. Reg. v. St. Leonards, 13 Q. B. 971. 
BENEFIT. In contract. Re Hutchins, 4 Q. B. Div. 483. 

of his children. In -will. Ro Pocock's Policy, L. R., 6 Ch. App. 

445- 

of law. In statute. Hewitt t'. Wilcox, i Mete. 154. 

of salvage. In contract. Allkins v. Jupe, 3 C. P. Div. 390. 

for the of. In will. Clark v. Maguire, 16 Mo. 303. 

for the of my daughter and her children. In will. Re Pal- 
mer, 3 Hurl. & N. 30. 

BENEFITS. of all my real estate. In will. Re McCuUough, 4 Yeates, 33 

BENEVOLENCE. In will. Rotch v. Emerson, 105 Mass. 431. 

BENEVOLENT. Norris v. Thompson, 19 N. J. (L.) 307 ; Thompson v. Norris, 20 N. 
J. (L.) 489; Adye v. Smith, 44 Conn. 70. 

institutions. In statute. Indianapolis v. Grand Master, 25 Ind. 

518. 

or charitable. Sheren v. Mendenhall, 23 Minn. 92. 

purposes. In will. Chamberlain z/. Steams, in Mass. 267. 

missionary, educational and enterprises. In will. DeCamp 

V. Dobbins, 29 N. J. (Eq.) 36. 

BEQUEATH. Dow v. Dow, 36 Me. 3ii ; Ladd v. Harvey, 2i N. H. SU: Lasher v. 
Lasher, 13 Barb. 106. 
In statute. Barry v. Barry, 1 5 Kas. 387. 
BEQUEATHED. In will. Laingz/. Barbour, 119 Mass. 523. 




UEATHED. 



id. 398. 

504. 

onn. Mut. life 



ibiav. WUUains, 



72. 
Hamilton Fire 

I, 16 Conn. 526. 
»dv. Mackinnon, 



ewburgh, 67 Me. 
r V. Cutting, 20 
klass. 474 (8 Am. 
I H. L. Ca8. 257 ; 

L.R.,6Ch. App. 

•54. 

iv. 390. 

302. 

In will. Re Pal- 

>ugh, 4 Yeates. 23 

n V. Norris, 20 N. 

nd Master, 2$ Ind. 

tn. 92. 

1 1 1 Mass. 267. 

In will. DeCamp 

H. 514: Lasher ». 



BEQUESTS. 



4X 



JUENNIALL Y. 



BBSTIAUTT 
BET. 



BETTBB. 
BETTING. 

BETWI3SN. 




BEQUESTS. In will. White v. L;il<c, L. R.. 6 Eq. Cas. 188. 
BERBIES. nutB and vegetabloB used principally in dyeing or compos- 

ing dyes. In statute. Schneider v. Lawrence, 3 Blatchf. 115. 

gQ3fp, evidence. State v. McDonald, 65 Me. 466. 

B. X. f. f. madder. In contract. Dane v. Fiedler, 1 E. D. Smith, 

463- 

of his ability. In bond. Union v. Smith. 39 Iowa. 9. 

of his belief. In affidavit. Roe 7/. Bradshaw, L. R., i Ex. 107. 

of his knowledge and belief. Hall v. Wood, i Paige, 405 ; 

Sloan V. Little. 3 Paige, 103. 

oil. In contract. Lucas v. Bristowe, El. B. & El. 908. 

you can. In order. Marland v. Stanwood, 101 Mass. 47°- 

Rex V. Mulreaty. i Russ.. C. & M. 938; Ausman v. Veal, 10 Ind. 356. 
State V. Welch, 7 Port. 463: Shumate's Case. 15 Gratt. 653; Woo/I- 

cock V. McQueen, 11 Ind. 14. 
In statute. Bone v. State. 63 Ala. 185 ; O'Blennis v. State. 12 Mo. 31 1. 

legal and paramount title. In statute. McConnell v, Wilcox, 

2 III. 344- 

on the sides or hands of such as do or shall play. In statute 

Pugh V. Jenkins, 1 Q. B. 332. 

with a coin. In statute. Hirst v. Molesbury, L. R., 6 (J. B. 130. 

Wood V. Tomkins, 30 N. J. (Eq.) 3: Delaware, etc.. R. Co. v. Raritan, 
16 N. J. (Eq.) 321 ; Morris, etc., R. Co. v. Central R. Co.. 31 N. J. 
(L.) 205 ; Revere v. Leonard, i Mass. 91 ; Doddridge v. Thompson, 9. 
Wheat. 469; State v. Godfrey, i". Me. 361 ; Fowler v. Rigney, 5 Abb. 
Pr. (N. S.) 182; Bunce v. Reed, 16 Barb. 347; Harrold v. Corpora- 
tion, 16 U. C. C. P. 43: Harrold v. Corporation, 18 U. C. C. P. 9; 
Atkins V. Boyleston Ins. Co., 5 Met. 439 : Kendall v. Kinysley, 120 
Mass. 95. 
In will. Attorney-General v. Fletcher, L. R., 13 Eq. Cas. 128 ; Haskell 
V. Sargeant, 113 Mass. 341. 

now and the flxst day of September. In contract. Richardson 

V. Ford, 14 III. 332 ; Cook v. Gray, 6 Ind. 335. 

BEYOND Beas. In statute. Keeton v. Keeton, 20 Mo. 330 ; Shreve v. WhitteU 

sey, 7 Mo. 473 : Fackler z/. Fackler, 14 Mo. 433 : Bedford v. Bradford. 8 
Mo. 233; Marvin v. Bates, 13 Mo. 218 ; Pike v. Green, i Yerg. 465; 
Forbes v. Foot, 3 McCord, 331 (13 Am. Dec. 732); Mason v. 
Johnson, 24 III. 159; Faww. Roberdeau, 3 Cranch, 174: Murray v. 
Baker, 3 Wheat. 541 ; Shelby v. Guy, 1 1 Peters, 366 ; Davie v. Briggs, 
97 U. S. 628 ; Brent v. Tasker, i Harr. & McH. 89; Bank of Alex- 
andria V. Dyer, 14 Peters, 141 ; Pancoast v. Addison, i Harr. & J. 
350(2 Am. Dec. 251); Denham v. Ruleman, 26 Ga. 182; Galusha 
V. Cobleigh, 13 N. H. 79; Ward . . (uie, 32 N. H. 452: White v. 
Bailey, 3 Mass. 271 ; Byrne v. Crowninshield. i Pick. 263 ; Whitney 
V. Goddard. 20 Pick. 304: Ward v. Hallam, 3 Dall. 217: Thurston 
V. Dawes. 9 S. & R. 288 ; Musson v. Johnson. 24 III. 1 59 : Whitlock 
■ V. Walton, 2 Murph. 23; Earie v. Dickson, i Dev. 16; Darling v. 
Meacham. 2 G. Greene, 602 ; Lane v. Bennett, 5 M. & W. 71. 

the Cape of Oood Hope. In statute. Hadden v. Collector, j 

Wall. 107. 

BIEinflAIi. payments. In will. Lyman v. Parsons, 26 Conn. 494- 

BIENNIAIJiY. In statute. People v. Kilbourn, 68 N. Y. 479. 
C 



BIG. 



42 



HILLS' 



j'! 



I 



**l 



'% 






BIO. 

BIGAMY. 
BILL. 



BILLS. 



with child. /« indictmenl. Com. v, Parker, 9 Met. 600 ; and 

sec ilall V. Hancock, 15 Pick. 255 (26 Am. Dec. 5-9). 

■he is . In slander. Watts v. Greenlee, 2 Dev. (L.) 1 16. 

^croggins V. State, 32 Ark. 205. 

/// stit/ufr. Buggs V. State, 55 Ala. 108. 

obligatory. Farmers, etc., Bk, 7-. Greiner, 2 S. & R. 114. 

of oxoeptions. llaraszthy v. Morton, 46 Cal. 545. 

/;/ staliile. People v. Lee, 14 Cal. 510. 

of exchange. Luff 7/. Pope, 5 Hill, 413: 7 Hill. 577; 'lach 

V. Pritchett, 58 Ala. 451 ; Jarvis v. Wilson, 46 Conn. 91. 

In indictment, Reg. v. Curry, 2 Moody, 218; Reg. v. Smith, 2 Moody, 
295; Reg. V. Wicks, Russ. & Ry. 149; Reg, v. Hart, 6 C. & P. 106; 
Reg. 7A Randall, Russ. & Ry. 195; People v. Howell, 4 Johns. 296; 
Com. V. Butterick, 100 Mass. 12. 

of exchange expreseed to be for value received. In statute. 

Sawyer 7>. Page, 24 Mo. 595. 

--of lading. Lickbarrow v. Mason, 2 T. R. 63; Mason v, Lickhur- 
row, I H. Bl. 359; Sack v. Ford, 13 C. B. (N. S.) loo; Bryans v. 
Nix, 4 M. & W. 775 ; Jenkyns v. Osborne, 7 M. & G. 678; The May 
Flower, 3 Ware, 300; Wolfe v. Myers, 3 Sandf. 7; The Thames, 14 
Wall. 105; Grace 7'. Adams, 100 Mass. 505; The Delaware, 14 Wall. 
600; O'Brien v. Gilchrist, 34 Me. 588; Wayland v. Mosely, 5 Ala. 
430 ; Holbrook v. Vose, 6 Bosw. 76 ; Dows v. Greene, 32 Barb. 490 ; 
Gage v. Jacqueth, i Laiis. 207; Dowst/. Perrin, 16 N. Y. 328; Rawls 
V. Deshler, 4 Abb. Ct. App. 12; Dickerson v. Seelye, r irb. 99; 
Covin V. Hill, 4 Denio, 330; McCants v. Wells, 4 Rich '.) 381 ; 

The Water Witch, i Black, 494; Sa)tus v. Everett, 2c ^. 267; 

Decan v. Shipper, 35 Pa. St. 239; Stanton v. Eager, 16 Pick. 467; 
Rowland v. Bigelow, 12 Pick. 30/ (23 Am. Dec. 607). 

Jn statute. Cornell v. Hal, 6 N. Y. 374. 

of particulars. In statute. Welles v. Allen, 41 Conn. 40; Stark- 
weather V, Kittle, 17 Wend. 20. 

of peace. Earl of Bath v. Sherwin, 10 Mod. i ; i Brown's Pari. 

Cas. 266; Eldridge v. Hill, 2 Johns. Ch. 281 ; Alexander v. Pendle- 
ton, 8 Cranch, 462 ; Sheffield Water- Works Co. v. Yeomans, L. R., 
2 Ch. App. 8; Phillips v. Hudson, L. R., 2 Ch. App. 242; Bond v. 
Little, 10 Ga. 395 ; Dcdman v. Chiles, 37 B. Mon. 426 ; Gunn v. 
Harrison, 7 Ala. 585. 

of review. Wickliffe v. Eve, 17 How. 468. 

of revivor >md supplement. Bowie v. Minter, 2- Ala. 406. 

of sale. In statute. Allsopp v. Day, 7 Hurl. & 5^. 462. 

or note. In statute. Lavitt v. Blatchford, 17 N. Y. 521 ; Oneida 

Bk. V. Ontario Bk., 21 N. Y. 490. 

quia timet. Tipping v. Eckersley, 3 K. & J. 264; Randolph v. 

Kinney, 3 Rand. 394; Sanderson v, Jones, 6 Fla. 430; Green v. 

Hankinson, Walk. (Mich.) 487. 

single. In statute. Horton v. State, 53 Ala. 489. 

accommodation . Perry %'. Crammond, i Wash. loi. 

creditors . In statute. Newman v. Willetts, 52 111. 98. 

In constitution. People v. Wallace, 70 111. 600 ; People v. Wright, 70 
III. 388; Nowack V. Excelsior Stone Co., 78 111. 307. 






BILLS- 
Met. 600; and 

.) 1 16. 



5- 



BILLS. 



43 



BLUBBER. 



Pierce v. Carskadon, 16 Wall- 



'lach 



577: 

91. 

jmith. 2 Moody, 
, 6 C.& P. 106; 

11, 4 Johns. 396; 
r«d. In statute. 

ason V. Lickbar- 
100; Bryans v. 
;. 678; The May 
The Thames, u 
elaware, 14 Wall. 
V. Mosely, 5 Ala. 
ne, 32 Barb. 490; 
N.Y. 328; Rawls 
lye, I' irb. 99; 
Rich '.) 38" ; 

;t, 20 v.. 267 ; 

jer, 16 Pick. 467; 
0. 

Conn. 40; Stark- 

; I Brown's Pari, 
tander v. Pendle- 
'. Yeomans, L. R., 
Lpp. 242 ; Bond v. 
jn. 426; Gunn v. 



X, 2 Ala. 406. 

: ]}I. 462. 

N. Y. 521 ; Oneida 

264; Randolph v. 
Fla. 430; Green v. 

fig- 

ish. loi. 

52 111. 98. 

eople V. Wright, 70 

307. 



BILLS — Continued. 

of attainder. //« constitution. 

234; ex parte Law, 35 Ga. 285. 

of oredit. In constitution. Briscoe v. Bank of Common wtalth, 

II Pet. 257 ; Darrington v. Bank, 13 How. 12 ; Craig v. StiUe. 4 Pet. 
410- Owen V. Blanch Bank, 3 Ala. 258; Brcitenbach v. Turner, 18 
Wis 146; Linn v. State Bank, i Scam. 87 (25 Am. Dec. 78); Hale 
V. Huston. 44 Ala. 134: Briscoe v. Bank. 7 J. J. Marsh. 349: Jones 
V. Bank, 8 B. Mon. 122; Lampton v. Bank. 2 Litt. 30' ; Hank 7'. 
Swindler. 2 Dana, 393: Bank v. Spilman, 3 Dana, 150; Manster z/. 
State, I Mo. 452 ; Loper v. State, i Mo. 633; Bank of Kentucky v. 
Clark, 4 Mo. 59; Bailey v. Milner. 35 Ga. 330. 

of oxohango. In statute. Eyre v. Walker, 5 Hurl. & N. 4<5o. 

the Indeed. Kearneyi/.WestGranadaMiningCo., i Hurl.&N.4H- 

In statu' • Holme", 7>. Taunton, 5 El. & Bl. 78. 

luBl i,nd conclusive. In statute. King v. Justices, i B. & C. 

67. 
of game. In statute. Loome v. Barley, 3 El. & El. 448. 

of warren. Duke of Devonshire v. Lodge, 7 B. & C. 39. 

In statute. Reg. v. Archbishop of Canterbury, 6 El. & Bl. 564. 

K. 7'. H., 20 Wis. 239; Riddell v. Thayer, 127 Mass. 487- 

In statute. Van Camp v. Board of Education, 9 Ohio St. 406- 

Indian and white person. In statute. People v. Hall. 4 Cal. 

402. 
Barnett v. Allen, 3 Hurl. & N. 376. 

Edsall V. Brooks, 17 Abb. Pr. 221 ; 2 Robt. 29 ; Life Association of 
America v. Boogher. 3 Mo. (App.) I73- 
BLASPHEMY. Rex v. Atwood. Cro. Jac. ; Rex z/. Taylor. Vent. :!93 i Rex v. Woolstan, 
2 Strange, 834; Rex v. Curl, 2 Strange, 7^9 1 Rex v. Annett, 2 
Burn C L. 217 ; Rex v. Carlile, 3 B. & Aid. 161 ; Gathercole's Case, 
2 Lew. C. C. 237; Reg. v. Waddington, i B. & C. 26; Peoples. 
Ruggles, 8 Johns. 290 ; Updegraff v. Com., 1 1 S. & R. 394 : State v. 
Chandler, 2 Harr. (Del.) 553: Com. v. Kneeland, 20 Pick. 211. 
In contract. Thompson v. Galloupe, loq Mass. 435 J Harrington v. 

Fitchburg Ins. Co., 124 Mass. 120. 
The Peterhoft, 5 Wall. 28; Tl : Circassian, 2 Wall. 135: The Vrow 
Judeth. I Rob. (Adm.) 126; U. S. v. The William Arthur, 3 Ware. 
276. 

- porta excepted. In marine policy. Yeaton v. Fry, 5 Cranch, 333. 
-of such ancestor. In statute. Beebe v. Guffing, 14 N. Y. 235. 

of the In statute. Cuttler v. Wadingham. 22 Mo. 206; Den v. 

Jones, 8 N. J. (L.) 346. 

of the of another. In statute. Gardner v. Collins, 2 Pet. 58. 

of the of the person on whom such estate came or descended. 

In statute. Gardner v. Collins, 2 Pet. 58. 

of the half Baker v. Chalfant, 5 Whart. 477 : Oglesby Canal Co. 

V. Pasco, 79 111. 164. 

of the whole Baker z/. Chalfant, 5 Whart. 477- 

BLOW. to with. Indeed. Lincpln z/. Lincoln, no Mass. 449. 

BLUBBEB. Rogers v. Mechanics' Ins. Co., i Story, 603. 



BIND. 
BINDINQ. 

BIRD. 

BISHOP. 

BITOH. 

BLACK. 



BLAOELEG. 
BLACKMAIL. 



BLOCK. 
BLOCKADE. 

BLOCKADED. 
BLOOD. 



t«>ft''A,»t^"' 



Ptmm^ .•?A'*^ 



BOAHD. 



44 



BOND. 



BOABD. 



BOABDEB. 



BOAT. 



BOATS. 



BODY. 



f ' 



In indictment. Queen v. Mcyuairie, 22 U. C. (Q. B.) 660. 
In statute. Barker z'. Allen, 5 Hurl. & N. 71 ; Scattergood v. Water- 
man, 2 Miles, 323; Comm'rs v. Reisner, 58 Ind. 260. 

of examiners. Reed v. Town of Sharon, 35 Conn. 19J. 

Shoecraft z'. Bailey, 25 Iowa, 553; Berkshire Woolen Co. v. Proc' ,, 
7 Cush. 423. 
BOABDING-HOUSE. Pinkerton ?/. Woodward, 33 Cal. 557; Willard v. Reinhardt. 
2 E. D. Smith, 148; Dausey v. Richardson, 2 Ei. & Bl. 144; Cady v. 
McDowell, I Lans. 486 ; Beall v. Beck, 3 Cranch C. C, 666. 
In lease. Garnett v. Albree, 103 Mass. 374. 

keepers. In statute. Cross v. Wilkins, 43 N. H. 336; Stewart 

V. McCready, 24 How. Pr. 62. 
In insurance policy. Blackett v. Royal Exchange Ass. Co., 2 Cromp. 

& J. 244; (Lawson's Usages and Customs, 413). 
In statute. Barge Resort v. Brooke, 10 Mo. 531 ; Tisdell v. Combe, 7 
Ad. & El. 797; U. S. V. An Open Boat, 5 Mason, 120; Northup v. 
The Pilot, 6 Oregon, 297. 

risk of so far as ships are liable thereto. In bill of lading. 

Tohnson v. Benson, 4 Moore, 90. 
In indictment. People v. GravtL, 5 Park. C. C. 1 34. 

corporate. In statute. Com. v. Beamish, 81 Pa. St. 389, 

of the county. Fizell v. State, 25 Wis. 367; U. S. v. Grush, 5 

Mason, 290. 

upon the . In indictment. Sanchez v. People, 22 N. Y. 147. 

In deed. Mulcany v. Eyres, Cro. Car. 511. 

tea. In statute. Two Hundred Chests of Tea, 9 Wheat. 430. 

engine, macliinery and belting. In insurance policy . James 

River Ins. Co. v. Merritt, 47 Ala. 387. 

bursting of . In policy of insurance. Rae v. Columbus Ins. Co., 

17 Mo. 301 ; McAllister v. Tenn. Ins. Co., 17 Mo. 306; Montgomery 
V. Fireman's Ins. Co., 16 B. Mon. 442. 

two . In contract. James v. Bostwick, Wright (Ohio), 143. 

Ballinger v. Ferris, i M. & W. 628. 

In plea. Uther v. Rich, 10 Ad. & Ell. 785. 

In statute. Robinson v. Vale, 2 B. & C. 763. 

executed. In plea. Belcher v. Magnay, 7 M. & W. 102. 

pre-^emption claimants. In statute. Hosmer v. Wallace, 7 Otto, 

580. 

pre-emptor. Rutledge v. Murphy, 3 Cent. L. J. 178. 

purchaser. Robinson v. Rowan, 3 111. 499 ; Merritt v. Northern 

R. Co., 12 Barb. 605. 

payments really and made. In statute. Gibson v. Muskett, 4 

Man. & G. 168. 
Harman z/. Harman, i Baldw. 129; Hargraves v. Cooke, 15 Ga. 321; 
State V. Thomson, 49 Mo. 188; Wood v. Willis, no Mass. 454; 
Denton v. Adams, 6 Vt. 40; Gilbert v. Anthony, i Yerg. 69; Hub- 
bel V. Bissel, 2 Allen, 196; U. S. v. Stephenson, .1 McLean, 462; 
Courand z/. Vollmer, 31 Tex. 397; Stone v. Bradbury, 14 Me. 185; 
Pelham v. Grigg, 4 Ark. 141. 
In plea. Ide v. Connecticut K. Co., 32 Vt. 297 ; Stone v. Bradley, 14 
Me. 185. 



BOG. 

BOHEA. 

BOILEB. 

BOHiEBS. 



BONA FIDE. 



BOND. 




BOND. 

lod V. Water- 

191. 
0. V. Proc' . 

7/. Reinhardt, 
. 144 ; Cady v. 
,666. 

336 ; Stewart 

Do., 2 Croinp. 

1 V. Combe, 7 
>; Northup v. 

bill of lading. 



t. 389. 

5. V. Grush, 5 

»J. Y. 147. 

'^heat. 430. 
policy. James 

nbus Ins. Co., 
Montgomery 

ihio), 143. 



V. 102. 
Wallace, 7 Otto, 

78. 

tt V. Northern 

I V. Muskett, 4 

ce, 15 Ga. 321; 
10 Mass. 454; 
'^erg. 69; Hub- 
McLean, 462; 
y, 14 Me. 185; 

I V. Bradley, 14 






BOND. 



45 



BORROWED 



BOND 



BONDS. 



BONUS 



BOOK. 



BOOKS 
BOBN. 



-Continued.^^^^^^ U. S. v. Linn, .5 Pet. 290 ; Horton v. State. 53 Ala. 489. 

for the payment of money only. In statute. Gillingham v. 

Myers, i McCl. & Yonge, 147- . 
with surety. In statute. Ripley v. Merchants' National Bank, 

41 Conn. 187. 
In statute. People v. Mead, 24 N. Y. .14: Murray 7'. Earl of Starth. 2 

B. & <^. 93- „ , 
for the payment ofmoney or other things. In statute. Beeks 

V. Forshee, 25 Miss. 55. 
Railroad Co. 7/. Maryland. 21 Wall. 456; Kennicott v. Supervisors, .6 

Wall. 452- 
In statute. Mutual Savings Bank v. Wilcox. 24 Conn. 147- 
In statute. Mumford v. Wardwell. 6 Wall. 423 : White v. Geroch, 2 B 
& Aid 300 • Clayton v. Stone. 2 Paine. 382; Drury v. Ewmg. 1 
Bo^ 54o"ciementi .. Golding, 2 Camp. 25; Coffeen .. Brunton 
4 McLean 5.6 ; Stowe v. Thomas, 2 Wall. Jr. 547 ; U. S. v. W.lhams. 
\ F^d r"p. 484 ; DAlmaine .. Boosey . Y. & C. (Ex.) 2^ : H.me 
,.. Dale. 2 Camp. 27. note ; Scoville v. Toland. 6 West. L. J. 84 . Page 
V. Wisden. 20 L. T. (N. S.) 435 ; British Museum v. Payne, 2 Y. & 
J. 180 ; Leader v. Purdy, 7 C. B. 14- 

accounts. In -will. Hopkins 7/. Holt. 9 Wis. 232. 

debts. In statute. Gorgas v. Zeop, 2 Miles, loi ; Cox v. Skeen. 

3 Ired. (L.) 445 : Shipley v. Marshall, 14 C B. (N. S.) 570. 

entries. In statute. Gorgas v. Zeop. 2 Miles. loi . 

of accounts. Colbert v. Piercy. 3 Ired. (L.) 77 1 Richardson v. 

Wingate. 10 West. L. J. i45- 
In statute. . Com. 7/. Williams. 9 Mete. 273; re Reed, .2 Bank. Reg. 

300 
_of original entries. Smith v. Sanford. 12 Pick. 139 (22 Am. 
Dec. 4. 5)^note. Ingraham v. Bockius. 9 S. & R. 285 (. . Am Dec. 730). 

pubUc Merrick v. Wakely. 8 Ad. & Ell. 172. 

and other writings. In statute. Back 7/. Longman. Cowp. 623. 

or to be . In will. Heisse v. Markland. 2 Rawle..274 (21 Am. 

Dec. 445) ; Brookman v. Smith. 6 Ex. 291 ; 7 Ex. 271. 
Brown v. State, 18 Ohio St. 496. 
In statute. Faversham7.. Isle of Thanet, 2 B. &S.292: King v. McKay, 

5 B. & C. 640. 
In statute. Allerton v. Belden, 49 N. Y^ 373 = S^^ermerhorn .. Talman 
,4 N. Y. 93; Vilas V. Jones, i N. Y. 274: National Bk v. Lewis, 
In. Y. 5.6: Cole V. Savage. .0 Paige. 583. 588= L-rngston ^. 

Harris. 3 Paige. 528; u Wend. 335= L^^'" ^'- ^^ ^^^rj' ' p^t 

Ch. 281 ; Post V. Boardman. Clarke, 523 : Morse '''• Hovey, 9 Paige. 

.97; Perrine7,. Stryker. 7 Paige. 598; Hunger ords Bk- Dodge 

30 Barb. 626; .0 Abb. Pr. 24: Post v. Bk. of Ut.ca. 7 Hill. 39i . 

Rexford v. Widger, 2 N. Y. 131 ; 3 Barb. Ch. 640. 
— money. In statute. Gelpcke 7.. City of Dubuque . Wall. 22. ; 

Leavilt I. Yates. 4 Edw. 134: re British Provident Ass. Co.. 33 L. 

J. (N. S.) 535; Kent v. Mining Co.. 78 N. Y. iS». 
Hart V. Benton, 7 J- J- Marsh. 324. 

money. Murray v. Spencer. 24 Md. 520. 

1 have In agreement. Harrow v. Dugan. 6 Dana, 341. 



BOBBOW. 



BORROWING. 



46 



BREAD. 



BOBBOWING. 

BOTH. 

BOTTOMBY. 



BOUGHT. 

BOUND. 

BOUNDED. 
BOUNDARY. 



In statute. Reg. v. St. Michaels, 6 El. & Bl. 810. 
In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 4 B. & Adol. 710. 

Jennings z'. Ins. Co., 4 Binn. 244; The Ann C. Pratt, i Curt. C. C. 
340. 

bond. The Draco, 2 Sumn. 157. 

oontraots of . In statute. Cole v. White. 26 Wend. 511. 

In statute. King v. Townrow, i B. & Ad. 479. 
all goods . In contract. Lockwood v. Levick, 8 C. B. (N. S.)6o4. 

as now. Com. v. Boston, etc., Corp., 8 Allen, 296. 

to convict. Marshall v. Fox, L. R., 6 Q. B. 370. 

on the margin. In deed. Ex parte Jennings, 6 Cow. 526. 

Bates V. Tymason, 13 Wend. 300; Northrop v. Sumney, 27 Barb. 196; 
Kingsland v. Chittenden, 6 Lans. 15 ; 61 N. Y. 618; Jenks v. Mor- 
gan, 6 Gray, 448 ; Allen v. Kingsbury, 16 Pick. 235 ; Flagg v. Thurs- 
ton, 13 Pick. 145; McCoy v. Golloway, 3 Ohio, 382; Stapleford v. 
Brinson, 2 Ired. (N. C.) 311. 

In statute. Dranguet v. Prudhomme, 3 La. 83. 

of any lands. In statute. Re Ystradgunlais, 8 Q. B.40. 

artificial . Cox?/. Friedley, 33 Pa. St. 124; Waterman v. John- 
son, 13 Pick. 261 ; Lernedz/. Morrill, 2 N. H. 197; Kennebec Pur- 
chase V. Tiffany, i Me. 219. 

natural . Stapleton 7>. Brinson, 2 Ired. (L.) 311. 

place having a known . In statute. Queen v. Hardy, 9 B. & S. 

826 ; Queen v. Board, L. R., 8 Q. B. 227. 

BOUNTY. Eichelberger v. Lifford, 27 Md. 320; Abbe v. Allen, 39 How. Pr. 381. 

In statute. Fowler v. Selectmen, 8 Allen, 80. 

law. Salt Co. v. East Saginaw, 13 Wall. 373. 

BOWIE-KNIFE. In statute. Sears v. State, 33 Ala. 347, 



BOX. 
BBACES. 

BRANCH. 

BRAND. 

BRASS. 

BRAWI.ER. 

BRAWLS. 

BREACH. 



BREAD. 



Hodgson V. Little, 14 C. B. (N. S.) 120; 16 C. R (N. S.) 

In statute. 



In statute. 

207. 
suspenders composed in part of India rubber. 



Arthur v. Davis, 6 Otto, 135. 
In constitution. Green v. Weller, 32 Miss. 651. 
In statute. Dibble v. Hathaway, 18 N. Y. (S. C.) 571. 

knacks. In statute. Patterson v. State, 3 Lea, 575. 

common . Com. v. Foley, 99 Mass. 497. 

In statute. State v. Perkins, 42 N. H. 465. 

of the law. In policy of insurance. Insurance Co. v. Seaver, 19 

Wall. 531. 
of the peace. In statute. Rawlins v. Ellis, 10 Jur. 1039. 

In statute. Queen v. Wood, L. R., 4 Q. B. 550; Queen v. Kennett, L. 

R., 4 Q. B. 565. 

shall be sold by weight. Jones v. Huxtable, 8 B. & S. 433. 

such as is usual to be eaten. In statute. Ridsdale v, Clifton, 

2 Prob. Div. 276. 

ftmcy . In statute. Queen v. Wood, 10 B. & S. 535. 

French or fancy . In statute. iGreated Bread Co. v. Gregg, L. 

R.. 8 Q. B. 3SS. 



BREAKAGE. 



BBEAKAOE. 

BBXSAKEBS. 

BBEAEINO. 



526. 

Barb. 196; 

V. Mor- 

V. Thurs- 

pleford V. 




BRICK. 



rregg. L. 



during removal. In insurance policy. Marsden v. Ins. Co,, i 

Harr. & Ruth. 53. 
oirouit described by him prior to said application. In statute. 

Reg. V. Holmes Burglar Alarm Co., 17 Blatch. 484. 

Rezz/. Gray, i Str. 481 ; Rex v. Haines, Russ. & Ry. 451 ; Rex v. Hall, 
Russ.& Ry. 355 ; Rex v. Robinson, i Moody, 327 ; Rex v. McKearney, 
Jebb.99: Rex V. Bailey, Russ. & Ry. 341 ; Reg. v. Bird, 9 C. & P. 44; 
Rex V. Russell, i Moody, 377 ; Rex v. Brown, 2 East's P. C. 487 ; Rex 
V. Lawrence, 4 C. & P. 231 ; Rex v. Callan, Russ. <k Ry. 157 ; Park v. 
Evans, Hob. 62 ; Rex v. Hawkins, i East's P. C. 485 ; Rex v. Bigley, i 
Crawf. & Dix. C. C. 202 ; Rex?'. Perkes, i C. & P, 300 ; Reg. v. Davis, 
Russ. & Ry. 499 ; Rex v. Hughes, i Leach, 406; Rex v. Smith, i 
Moody, 178; Rex v. Paine, 7 C. & P. 135; Rex v. Brice, Russ. & 
Ry. 450; Rex v. Lewis, 2 C. & P. 628 ; Rex v. Hymans, 7 C. & P. 
441 ; Reg. V. Spriggs, i M. & R. 357 ; Reg. v. Smith, Russ. & Ry. 
417; Pugh V. Griffith, 7 Ad. <fe Ell. 827; Reg. v. Jordan, 8 C. & P. 
747 ; Gray's Case, i Strange, 481 ; Reg. v. Wheeler, 8 C. & P. 747 ; 
Rex. V. Cornwell, 2 Strange, 881 ; Reg. v. Egginton, 2 Leach, 913; 
Reg. V. Campton, T C. k P. 139; Reg. v. Swallow, i Russ. Cr. 792 ; 
States. Wilson, Coxe, 439; Curtis z/. Hubbard, i Hill, 336; State z/. 
Newbiggin, 25 Me. 500; Ducher v. State, 18 Ohio, 308; Com. v. 
Stephenson, 8 Pick. 354 ; Com. v. Trimmer, i Mass. 476 ; Com. v. 
Newell, 7 Mass. 247 ; Rolland v. Com., 82 Pa. St. 306 ; State v. Reid, 
20 Iowa, 413; People v. Bush, 3 Park. C. C. 552; Timmons v. State, 
34 Ohio St. 426; People v. Nolan, 22 Mich. 229; State v. Scripture, 
42 N. H. 485 ; U. S. V. Bowen, 4 Cranch C. C. 604 ; Hunter v. Com., 
7 Gratt. 641 ; Finch v. Com., 14 Gratt. 643 ; State v. Henry, 9 Ired. 
463; State V. Boon, 13 Ired. 224; Clarke v. Com., 25 Gratt. 908; 
White V. State, 49 Ala. 344 ; State v. Mordecai, 68 N. C. 207 ; Allen 
V. State, 40 Ala. 334 ; Frank v. State, 39 Miss. 705 ; State v. Willis, 7 
Jones (N. C), 190; Com. v. Strupney, 105 Mass. 588; Donohoo v. 
State, 36 Ala. 281 ; State v. Clark, 42 Vt. 629; State v. Moore, 12 N. 
H. 42 ; Johnson v. Com., 85 Pa. St. 54 ; Dennis v. People, 27 Mich. 
151 ; Pines v. State, 50 Ala. 153; William z/. State, 52 Ga. 580; White 
V. State, 51 Ga. 285; State v. McPberson, 70 N. C. 239; Brown v. 
State, ss Ala. 123; State v. Ward, 43 Conn. 489. 

In statute. Pines v. State, 50 Ala. 153. 

jail. Rex v. Howard, i Russ. & Ry. 459. 

into. In statute. Brown v. State, 55 Ala. 124. 

kept or preserved. In statute. Rex z/.Caradice, i Russ. &F^ 
5. 

U. S. V. Hunt, 14 Wall. 550. 

In indictment. Com. v. Stephenson, 3 Mete. (Ky.) 226. 

Rex V. Gibbons, i East, 183; Stater/. Ellis, 33 N.J. (L.) 102; Stater. 
Church, 5 Oregon, 575 ; Reg. v. Pitt, 3 Burr. 1335 ; Rexw. Plympton, 
2 Ld. Raym. 1377; Rex v. Taggart., i C. & P. 201 ; Rex?/. JolliflFe, i 
East, 154 ; Com. v. Shaver, 3 W. & S. 338 ; Com. v. Callaghan, i Va. 
Cas. 460; Russell w. Com., 2 Bush, 469; Vaughan's Case, 4 Burr. 
2494 ; Barefield v. State, 14 Ala. 603 ; State v. Carpenter, :o Vt. 9 ; 
Com. V. Chapman, 1 Va. Cas. 138; Hutchinson v. State, 36 Tex. 
293 ; Simpson v. Yeend, L. R., 4 Q. B. 626 ; Dishon v. Smith, 10 Iowa, 
212. 

dwelling. In insurance policy. Mead v. North-western Ins. Co., 
7 N. Y. 530. 



BRICK. 



48 



BROTHERS. 



BBICK — Continued. 



3BIDQE. 



HBIDQES. 

BBIDIiE. 

BRIEF. 

BBINQINa. 

BBinSH. 



BROAD. 
BROKER. 



fttotory. In deed, Allen v. Scott, 21 Pick. 25. 
store. In warrant. Lowrey v. Gridley, 30 Conn. 450. 



Proprietors v. Hoboken Land Co.. 13 N. J. (Eq.) 504; Reg. v. Derby- 
shire, 2 Q. B. 745 ; Board of Freeholders v. Strader, 18 N. J. (L.) 
108; Enfield Toll Bridge v. Hartford, etc., R. Co.. 17 Conn. 56; Tol- 
land V. Wellington, 26 Conn. 578 ; State v. Hudson Co.. 30 N. J. (L.) 
147 ; State v. Gorham, 37 Me. 451 ; Burnett v. New Orleans, 42 Ccun. 
174; King V. Inhabitants, 3 B. & Ad. 210; 3 Ad. & Ell. 7°; 2 B. & 
Ad. 815 ; Parrott v. City of Lawrence, 2 Dill. 332. 

In statute. Bridge Co. v. Hoboken Land Co., 10 N. J. 81 ; i Wall. 1 16 ; 
Thompson v. New York, etc., R. Co., 3 Sandf. (Ch.) 625 ; Lake v. 
Virginia, etc.. R. Co., 7 Nev. 294 ; McLeod v. Savannah, etc., R. Co.. 
25 Ga. 445; Board of Freeholders v. Strader. 18 N. J. (L.) 108; 
Queen v. Poynter, 13 Q. B. 399; Ward v. Gray, 6 B. & S. 350; 
Queen v. Southampton, 18 Q. B. 841 ; City of Grand Haven v. New 
York, etc., R. Co., 39 Conn. 128; Phillips v. East Haven, 44 Conn. 
29; Covington Co. v. Kinney. 45 Ala. 176; Com. v. Central Bridge, 
12 Cush. 244. 

ooiint''' Eyler v. Conners, 49 Md. 258. 

private . King v. Inhabitants, 12 East, 203. 

public Rex v. Inhabitants, 2 East, 342; Rex v. Northampton, 

2 M. & S. 262 ; Rex v. Devon, R. & M. 144- 

In statute. McPheeters v. Merrimac Bridge Co., 28 Mo. 465. 

county . Chandler v. Fremont Co., 42 Iowa, 58. 

road. Flagg v. Flagg, 16 Gray, i75- 



BROKERS. 
BROTHER. 

BROTHERS. 



Gardner v. Stover, 43 Ind. 356. 

in. In statute. Jackson v. Jackson, 28 Miss. 680. 

sulqoct. In treaty. Inglis v. Trustees, 3 Pet. 99; 



Shanks v. 



Dupont. 3 Pet. 242. 
— weight. In charter-party. 



Goddard v. Bulow, i N. & McC. 45 



(9 Am. Dec. 663.) 

In statute. Thomas v. Evans, i El. Bl. & El. 171. 

Pottw. Turner, 6 Bing. 702; Saladin v. Mitchell, 45 111. 791 Baring 7/. 
Cowie, 2 B. & Aid. 148 ; Higgins v, Moore, 34 N. Y. 418 1 Graham 
V. Duckwall. 8 Bush, 12 ; Todd v. Bourke, 27 La. Ann. 385 ; Hender- 
son V. State, 50 Ind. 234; Hinckley v. Arey, 27 Me. 362, Keys v. 
Johnson, 68 Pa. St. 42 ; Dunn v. Wright. 51 Barb. 24;; Portland v. 
O'Neill, I Oregon, 218; Slack v. Tucker, 23 Wall. 321 ; Perkins v. 
State, 50 Ala. 154; Scott v. Johnson, 19 C. B. (N. S.) 138. 

In statute. U. S. v. Cutting, 3 Wall. 441 ; U. S. v. Simmons, i Abb. (U. 
S.) 470 ; Warren v. Shook, 91 U. S. 704 ; City of Little Rock v. Bar- 
ton, 33 Ark. 437 ; Clarke v. Powell. 4 B. & Ad. 860; Rawlinson v. 
Pearson. 5 B. & Aid. 128; Cope v. Rowlands, 2 M. & W. 149; Mil- 
ford w. Hughes, 16 M. & W. 174; Smith v. Lindo,4 C. B. (N. S.) 397 ; 
Com. 7/. Holmes, 11 Pa. St. 470; Chadwick v. Collins, 16 Pa. St. 270; 
Northup w. Chick, 10 Blatchf. 243. 

commercial. In statute. Slack v. Tucker, 23 Wall. 329. 

In statute. Wheeler v. Clutterbuck, 52 N. Y. 67 ; State v. Schaun- 
horst, 34 Iowa, 547 ; Dane v. Walker, 109 Mass. 179. 

In insurance policy. Bridgmanv. London Life Ins. Co., 44 U. C. Q. B. 
536. 



THERS. 



BROTHERS. 



49 



BUILDING. 



ri 



V. Derby- 
B N. J. (L.) 
56; Tol- 
o N. J. (L.) 
s, 42 Conn. 
70; 2 B. & 



5; 



Wall. 116; 
Lake v. 
tc, R. Co., 
(L.) 108; 
&S. 350; 
iren v. New 
1, 44 Conn, 
ral Bridge, 



rthampton. 



Shanks v. 
& McC. 45 



I ; Baring 7/. 
8; Graham 
•5 ; Hender- 
62 ; Keys V. 
Portland v. 
Perkins v. 

, I Abb. (U. 
iock V. Bar- 
awlinson v, 
'. 149; Mil- 
(N. S.) 397 ; 
Pa. St. 270 ; 



V. Schauu- 

u. c. Q. a 



BBOTHEBS — 

BBOUOHT. 
BUOOEBY. 

BXTHiD. 
BUHiDEB. 

BiTiiiDma. 



Continued. 

and Biflten. In statute. Clark v. Sprague, 5 Blackf. 412 ; Moore 

V. Abernathy, 7 Blackf. 442 ; Cliver v. Sanders, 8 Ohio St. 501 ; Gard- 
ner V. Collins, 3 Mason, 400. 

In statute. Hine v. Belden, 27 Conn. 384 ; Reg v. Padwick, 8 El. & Bl' 
707. 

before any magistrate. In statute. Hadley v. Perks, 7 B. & S. 375. 

Rex V. Duffin, i East's. P. C. 437 ; Rex 7/. Reeksnear. i Moody. C. C. 
342 ; Rex V. Cousins, 6 C. & P. 351 ; Rex t'. Mulreaty, i Russ., C. & 
M. 938; Rex V. Jacobs, Russ. & Ry. 331 ; Rex v. Jellyman, 8 C. &P. 
604 ; Rex V. Allen, 1 Den. C. C. 364 ; Com. v. Thomas, i Va. Cas. 307. 

to markets. In statute. Peterson v. Mayor, 17 N. Y. 449. 

and deliver. In contract. The Revenue Cutter, 4 Sawy. 144. 

In statute. King v. Greenway, 71 N. Y. 314 ; Calkin v. U. S., 3 Ct. of 
Claims. 297 ; Duncan ?'. Bateman, 23 Ark. 327. 

Reg. V. Labadire, 32 U. C. Q. B. 429. . 

In contract. Charlton v. Gibson, i C. & K. 541. 

In deed. Manners v. Johnson, i Ch. Div. 673 ; Wright 7/. Evans, 3 
Abb, Pr. (N. S.) 308. 

In insurance policy. White v. Springfield Ass. Co., 8 Gray, 566. 

In lease. Sherman t/. Williams, 113 Mass. 481. 

In statute. Shattel 7/ Woodward, 17 Ind. 225 ; La Crosse, etc., R. Co. 
V. Vanderpool, 11 Wis. 119; Truesdell v. Gay, 13 Gray, 311 ; Hill 
V. LaCrosse, etc., R. Co., 1 1 Wis. 214 ; Coddington v. Dry Dock Co., 2 
Vroom, 477; Presbj'terian Church 7/. Allison, loPa. St. 413; Mc- 
Ilvain?'. Hestonville, etc., R. Co., 5 Phila. 13; Thomas v. Smith, 
42 Pa. St. 68 ; Pratt v Seavey, 41 Me. 370 ; Bodley v. Den mead, i 
W. Va. 249; Olmstead 7/. McNall, 7 Blackf. 357; McDermott 
V. Palmer, 8 N. Y. 383; Coddington v. Beebe, 31 N. J. (L.) 477; 
Miller v. Hershey, 59 Pa. St. 64; Tuttle v. State, 4 Conn. 68; 
State 7/. Livermore, 44 N. H. 386; King v. Gregory, 5 B. & Ad. 
563 ; State v. Barr, 39 Conn. 41 ; Harris v. Avery, L. R., i C. P. 150; 
Morish v. Harris, L. R., i C. P. 155 ; Queen v. Manning, L. R., i C. 
C. R. 340 ; Morish z\ Harris, i Harr. & Ruth. 328 ; Edwards v. 
Elliott, 21 Wall. 532; Com. v. Bossidy, 112 Mass. 278; Sherma:> v. 
Williams, 1 13 Mass. 481 ; Com. v. McCaughey, 9 Gray, 297 ; Powell v. 
Farmer, 18 C. B. (N. S.) 174 ; Powell t/. Boraston, 18 C. B. (N. S.) 180; 
Stevens T*. Gourley, 7 C. B. (N. S.) 1 10 ; Watson v. Cotton, 5 C. B. 52. 

altering, repairing or ornamenting. In statute. Drew v. 

Mason, 81 111. 498. 

erection or thing. In statute. Colbran v. Barnes, 11 C. B. (N. 

S.)247; II C. B. 252. 

for purposes of education. In deed. Peck v. Claflin, 105 

Mass. 422. 

— — land. In statute. Directors v. Blackmore, L. R., 4 H. L. 610. 

made use of for printing or drying calico. In statute. Dix- 
on's Case, I Russ. tt Ry. 54. 

wharf or other superstructure. In statute. Ellison v. Jack- 
son, 12 Gal. 542. 

any other . In statute. Rex v. Norris, i Russ. & Ry. 69 ; Toms 

V. Luckert, 5 C. B. 36. 

dwelling-house or other . In statute. Bank of Charleston v. 

Curtiss, 18 Conn. 342. 

Old . In statute. Tear v, Freebody, 4 C. B. (N. S.) 225. 



f 



BUILDING. 



50 



BUSHEL 



BUILDIira 



Continued. 
timber for - 
used for — 

Cas. 104. 
when the — 

58 III. 292 

wooden — 



BUILDINOS. 



BUILT. 



BULL. 

BULLION. 

BUBDEN. 

BUBOESSES. 



BUBQLABY. 



BUBIAL. 



BUBLAFS. 
BUBN. 



BUBNED. 

BumnNQ. 

BUBNT. 
BUBYINO. 

BUSHEL. 



— . In deed. Livingston v. Ten Brocck, 16 Johns. 14, 
purposes. In statute. Coventry v. S. Co., L. R^ S Eq, 

— is inclosed. In contract. Snell v. Church Trustees, 



-. In ordinance. Stewart v. Com., 10 Watts, 307. 
In deed, Cornish v. Cleiffe, 3 H. & C. 450. 

and wharves* In statute. Burt v. Washington, 3 Cai. 246. 

public . In statute. Arnell v. R. Co., 12 C. B. 69. 

In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 2 B. & Ad. 81 j;. 

road shall be . In subscription. Muscatine, etc., R. Co. v. Hor- 

ton, 38 Iowa, 33 ; Warner v. Callender, 20 Ohio St. 190. 

thereafter . In statute. Webb's Case, 2 Leigh, 721. 

In indictment. State v. McMinn, 34 Ark. 160. 

I East's P. C. 149. 188. 

of proof. Queen v. Curgerwen, L. R., i C. C. R. 3; Wilder v. 

Cowles, 100 Mass. 487 ; Crowninsiiield v. Crowninshield, 2 Gray, 524. 

In statute. King 7/. Goldsmith, \ B. & Ad. 835; Hulls z^. Eastcourt, 2 
H. & C. 59. 

or inhabitants. In statute. King v. Greet, 8 B. & C. 374. 

Cole V. People, 37 Mich. 544; Dodd v. State, 33 Ark. 317; Allen v. 
State, 40 Ala. 334 ; State v. Ward, 43 Conn. 489 ; Hunter v. State, 29 
Ind. 80 ; Com. v. Newell, 7 Mass. 247 ; People v. Bush, 3 Park. C. C. 
552 ; Hollister v. Com., 60 Pa. St. 103. 

ground. In statute. Jenkins f. And' vi.. 103 Mass. 10 

places. In statute. Foster v. Dodd, 7 B. & S. 169. 

used for . In statute. Cowley v. Byas, 5 Ch. Div. 751. 

In statute. Arthur v. Cumming, i Otto, 362. 

Howel V, Com., 5 Gratt. 664; People v. Butler, 16 Johns. 203; Reg. v. 
Russell, Car. & M. 541 ; Reg. v. Parker, 9 C. & P. 45 ; Rex. v. Stallion, 
I Moody, 398 ; Com. v. Van Shaack, 16 Mass. 105 ; State v. Mitchell, 
5 Ired. 350; Com. T/. Tucker, no Mass. 403; People «/. Cottrell, 18 
Johns. lis ; State v. Sandy, 3 Ired. 570; People v. Haggerty, 46 Cal. 
354; People v. Simpson, 50 Cal. 304; Hester v. State, 17 Ga. 130; 
Rex V. Judd, 2 T. R. 255 ; McDade v. People, 29 Mich. 50 ; Mary v. 
State, 24 Ark. 44; Cochrane v. State, 6 Md. 400; Graham v. State, 
40 Ala. 659; Com. v. Belton, 5 Cush. 427; State v. De Brul, 10 
Rich. 23 ; Doe v. Harris, 6 Ad. & Ell. 215 ; 8 Ad. & Ell. 10. 

In indictment. Hester v. State, 17 Ga. 130. 

In indictment. Com. v. Tucker, no Mass. 403. 

fluid. In insurance policy. Marsh y. National Fire Ins. Co., 24 

Hun, 575; Putnam v. Commonwealth Ins. Co., 4 Fed. Rep. 753. 

In statute. Johnson v. Bradsford, 2 N. & Mc. 272 (10 Am. Dec. 601). 

grounds. In statute. Appeal Tax Court z/. St. Peter's Academy. 

50 Md. 321. 

Hockin v. Cooke, 4 T. R. 314. 

In contract. Milk z/. Christie, i Hill, 102; Richardson v. Spafford, 13 
Vt. 245. 

In statute. Caldwell 7 . Dawson, 4 Mete. (Ky.) 121. 



BUSHEL 

Johns. 14. 
L. R, 5 Eq. 

:h Trustees, 
307. 
Cai. 246. 

\. Co. V. Hor- 



, 3 ; Wilder v. 
Id, 2 Gray, 524. 
V. Eastcourt, 2 

c. 374. 

317; AHen v. 
iter V. State, 29 
h, 3 Park. C. C. 

iss. 10 
)• 
. 75'- 

ns. 203 ; Reg. v. 
Rex. 7/. Stallion, 
tate V. Mitchell, 
e V. Cottrell, 18 
aggerty, 46 Cal. 
ate, 17 Ga. 130; 
ch. 50 ; Mary v. 
;^raham v. State, 
I V. De Brul, 10 
Ell. 10. 



Fire Ins. Co., 24 
ed. Rep. 753- 
Am. Dec. 601). 
Peter's Academy, 



m V. SpaflFord, ij 



BUSINESS. 



5X 



BUSINESS. 



BUSINESS. Bish v. Keeling, 1 M. & S. 95. 

In contract. Ewing v. Johnson, 34 How. Pr. 202. 
In deed. Doe v. Bird, 2 Ad. & Ell. 161 ; Bramwell v. Lacy, 10 Ch. 
Div. 691. 

In statute. King v. Piatt, 37 N. Y. 155 ; Goddard v. Chaffee, 3 Allen, 
395; Parker Mills v. Commr. of Taxes, 23 N. Y. 242; Moore v. 
State, 16 Ala. 411 ; Bloom v. Richards, 2 Ohio St. 387; Johnson V' 
State, 44 Ala. 415; re Hynes, 49 L. J. (N. S.) Bankr. 62 ; Espy v. 
State, 47 Ala. 533; Martin ?'. State. 59 Ala. 36; Harris v. Amery, i 
Harr. & Ruth. 357; Fennell v. Ridler, 5 B. & C. 409; Mechanics' 
Bk. z/. Meridian Agency Co., 24 Conn. 159; Sumner v. Marcy, 3 
Woodb. & M. 105 ; Goddard v. Chaffee, 2 Allen. 395. 

card. In contract. Stoops v. Smith, 100 Mass. 63. 

corporation. In statute. Adams v. Boston, etc., R. Co., r 

Holmes, 30; Winter v. Iowa, etc., R. Co., 2 Dill. 487; re Hercules 
Ins. Co., 5 Am. L. T. Rep. 400; re Independent Ins. Co., i Holmes, 
103. 

hours. John v. Bank, 57 Ala. 96 ; Derosia v. Winona, etc., R. 

Co., 18 Minn. 133. 

of a court. In statute. King v. Piatt, 37 N. Y. 155. 

of a court of criminal or oivU judicature. In statute. Palmer 

v. Powell, 6 M. & W. 627. 

— of a slaughterer of cattle. In statute. Liverpool New Cattle 
Market v. Hodson, 8 B. & S. 184. 

or employment. In statute. Moore v. State, 16 Ala. 41 1. 

or work. In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 7 B. & C. 600. 

purposes. In statute. Smith 7>. Thompson, 8 C. B. 59. 

that might be offensive. In deed. Jones v. Thome, i B. & 

C.715. 
carry on . In statute. Holmes v. Holmes, 40 Conn. 1 17 ; Shiels 

V. R Co., 30 L. J. (Q. B.) 331 ; re Alabama R. Co., 9 Blatchf. 391. 
carry on the of a wine merchant. In contract. Turner v. 

Evans, 2 El. & Bl. 512. 
doing any . In statute. Price v. St. Louis Ins. Co., 3 Mo. (App.) 

269. 
doing . In statute. Smith v. International Ins. Co., 35 How. 

Pr. 126. 
engage in trade or . In statute. Netterville v. Barber, 53 

Miss. 168. 

in and about her . Dean v. Brown, 5 B. & C. 337. 

labor or work. In statute. Pattee 7>. Greeley, 13 Mete. 384. 

mercantile . In statute. Graham v. Hendricks, 22 La. Ann. 523. 

ordinary . In statute. Norton v. Powell, 4 M. & G. 42. 

outward mark or show of . In deed. Evans v. Davis, 10 Ch. 



Div. 747. 

place of . In statute. Rolfe v. Learmonth, 14 Q. B. 197; Minor 

V. R. Co., I C. B. (N. S.) 327. 
such other as may be provided by law. In statute. State v. 

Tolle, 71 Mo. 646. 
tanning . In agreement. Barger v. Caldwell, 2 Dana, 131. 



0^ 



BUSINESS. 



53 



BYLAW. 



BUT. 



BUTCHEB. 






BUYEBS. 
BY. 



BY-LAW. 



In power of attorney. Ashley 7/. Bird, i Mo. 
-. In statute. Tiffany v. Lucas, 



BUSINESS — Conti n ucil. 

to act in all my . 

640 (14 Am. Dec. 313). 
usual and ordinary course of 

IS Wail. 410. 

whose it is. In statute. Warren v. Shook, i Otto, 704. 

Abbott V. Middleton, 7 H. L. Cas. 75. 

/// statute. Union Paper Rjg Co. v. Newell, 1 1 Blatchf. 383. 

Enimcrton v. Matthews, 7 Hurl. & N. 590. 

In statute. Henbark v. State, 53 Ala. 523 ; Mayor 7/. Davis, 6 W. & S. 
269. 

trade or business of a . /;/ statute. Doe v. Spry, i B. & Aid. 

620. 

option. Pickerings. Demerritt, 100 Mass. 416. 

In contract. Coonley w. Anderson, i Hill, 519; Rankin v. Woodworth, 



3 Pa. 48. 
Indeed. Wells?'. Ins. Co., 48 N. H. 493; Bailey v. White, 41 N. H. 

337; The Magnolia v. Marshall, 39 Miss. 100; Wilson v. jnloes, 6 

Gill, 121 ; Thomas v. Hatch, 3 Sumn. 170. 
In indictment. Com. v. Griffin, 105 Mass. 1751 
In order of court. Oxley v. Bridges, i Doug. 67. 
In statute. Boyce v. Wilkins, 5 S. & R. 330 ; Cavence v. Butler, 6 

Binney, 53. 

a stream. In deed. Thomas v. Hatch, 3 Sumn. 170. 

and at the expense of the purchaser. In contract. Gabriels. 

Smith, 17 Q. B. 847. 

authority. Merrifield ?/. Robbins, 8 Gray, 150. 

final judgment. In agreement. Hanbert v. Haworth, 78 Pa. St. 



78. 

— force. In insurance policy. 
Y. (S. C.) 291. 

— force of the statutes. In information 



Fischer v. Hope, etc., Ins. Co., 40 N. 

Attorney-General v. 
Le Revert, 6 M. & W. 409. 

— firom or under. In lease, Stanley v. Hays, 3 Q. B. 105. 

— means of Com. v. Walker, 108 Mass. 313. 

— November next. In contract. Rankin v. Woodworth, 3 Pen. 
& W. 48. 

— the first day of November. 



In contract, Coonley f. Ander- 



son, I Hill, 519. 

the year. Pleasants v. Claghorn, 2 Miles, 302. 

virtue of his employment. In statute. Rex v. Beeson, i Russ. 

& Ry. 320. 

virtue of his office. In statute. Staight v. Gee, 2 Stark. 445. 

way of deposit. In lease. Palmer v. Temple, 9 Ad. & Ell. 508. 

whose means. Fitchburgh v. Cheshire R. Co.. 1 10 Mass. 210. 

known . In indictment. Com. v. Griffin, 105 Mass. 175. 

In statute. Com. 7'. Turner, i Cush. 494; Drake 7/. Hudson River R. 

Co., 7 Barb. 508; Compton v. Van Valkenburg, 34 N. J. (L.) 134; 

Hopkins v. Mayor, 4 M. & W. 621 ; Gosling v. Veley, 19 L. J. N. S. 

(Q- B.) 1 35- 




Bird, I Mo 



ny V. Lucas, 
704. 

382. 

is, 6 W. & S. 

, I B. & Aid. 

Wood worth, 

hiter4i N. H. 
m V. Inloes, 6 

e V. Butler, 6 

ro. 

tci. Gabriel v. 

orth, 78 Pa. St. 
Ins. Co., 40 N. 
ney-General v. 
B. 105. 

>dworth, 3 Pen. 
onley ». Ander- 

Beeson, i Russ. 

;, 2 Stark. 445- 
9 Ad. & Ell. 508. 
. no Mass. 210. 

:»ss. 175- 

^udson River R. 
34 N.J.(L.) 134; 
ley, 19 L- J- N. S. 



BYHTANDERS. 



53 



CAPITAL. 



CALLED. 



CALLING. 
CAME. 

CAMFHENE. 



BYBTANDERS. /« statute. Simon v. Gratz, 2 Penr. & W. 412 (33 Am. Dec. i). 
CABIN. I larvie v. Turner, 46 Mo. 444. 

Ill contract. Leckie v. Sears, 109 Mass. 424. 
CABINE r. — of ouriosities. In will. Cavendish v. Cavendish, 1 Cox Ch. 77 ; 

I Brown Ch. 467. 
CABINET-WARE. In policy 0/ insurance. Appleby v. Astor Fire Ins. Co., 54 N. Y. 

253- 
CABLE. ofanyBise. In specification. Hastings?/. Brown, 1 El. & Bi. 451. 

CALCULATED. In instruction. Gerrish v. Norris, 9 Cush. 170. 

CALL. Ambergate, etc., R. Co, v. Mitchell, 4 Ex. 540; Shaw v, Rowley, 16 M. 

& W. 810; Newry, etc., R. Co. v. Edmunds, 5 Eng. Rail. Cas. 275; 

ex parte Tooke, 6 id. i ; Pixley t. Boynton, 79 111. 351. 
to testify thereto by the opposite party. In statute. Thomas 

V. Thomas, 42 Ala. 120. 

upon to pay. In statute. Cook v. Luckett, 2 C. B. 1 74. 

ordinary . In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 7 B. & C. 600. 

by desoent, gift or devise. In statute. Gardner v. Collins, 2 

Pet. 58. 
In fire insurance policy. Westfall v. H. R. R. R., 13 N. Y. 290; Harper 

V. Alb. Ins. Co., 17 N. Y. 194. 
spirit gas, burning fluid or ohemical oils. In insurance policy. 

Wheeler v. American Cent. Ins. Co., 6 Mo. (App.) 235. 

OAMF-MEETING. congregation or other assembly of people met for reli- 
gious worship. In statute. State v. Schieneman, 64 Mo. 386. 

BealT/. Finch, 11 N. Y. 128. 

money. In contract. Thompson v. Sloan, 23 Wend, 71. 

Rex V. Kent, 13 East, 220; Rex v. Chelsea Water-Works, 5 B. & Aid. 

156; Riddle v. Proprietors, 7 Mass, 169; Com. z/, Fisher, i Penn, 

462 ; Rogers v. Bradshaw, 20 Johns. 735. 
lit deed. Bishop v. Seeley, 18 Conn. 390. 
boat. In statute. The Vermont, 6 Ben, 115; The Mamie, 5 Tex, 

820; Buckley v. Brown, 3 Wall. Jr. 304, 
revenues. In Constitution. People v. N. Y. Cent. R. R. 24 N. 

Y. 485 ; 34 Barb. 123, 
Winton v. Spring, 18 Cal, 451 ; Ballard v. Burnside, 49 Barb. 102. 
In agreement. Auburn City Bk, v. Leonard, 40 Barb. 119, 
CANCELATION. Spear v. Alexander, 42 Ala. 572, 
CANCELING. In statute. Doe v. Perks, 3 B. & Aid, 492. 

or obliterating. In statute. Baptist Church v. Robbarts, 2 

Pa, St. 1 10, 
In statute. Att'y Gen. v. Barrell, i Younge & J, 498. 

be ascertained. In statute. Reg. v. Inhabitants, 8 Q. B. 559. 

Hart V. Burnett, 15 Cal. 556, 
Hayes v. Cuny, 9 Mart. (La.) 87. 

floorcloth . In statute. Arthur v. Cummings, i Otto, 363, 

producing . In statute. Collector v. Beggs, \^ Wall. 182. 

In statute. Sun Mut. Ins, Co, v. Mayor, 8 N. Y, 240; People v. Com- 

mrs,, 23 N. Y. 192 ; International Ass. Co. v. Commrs,, 28 Barb, 318; 

New Haven v. City Bank, 31 Conn. 106 ; State Bank v. Bracken- 



CAN. 

CANADA 

CANAL. 



CANCEL. 



CANDLES. 

CANNOT. 

CANON. 

CANT. 

CANVAS. 

CAPACITY. 

CAPITAL. 



Ml 



CAPITAL. 



54 



CARPENTERS. 



OAI'TTAL — Continued. 

ridg^e, 7 Blatchf. 395 ; Bailey v, Clark, 21 Wall. 284 ; MuchaniCH' Bank 

7>. Townshcnd, 5 Blatchf. 315; People 7/. Supervisors, 18 Wend. 605. 
In will. Vernon 7'. Vernon, 53 Cal. 351; Enohin z*. Wylie, 10 H. L. 

Cas. I. 
stock. In corporation charter. New Haven v. City Bank, 31 

Conn. 109; State T/. Norwich, etc., R. Co., 30 Conn. 296; State v. 

Morristown Fire Assn. 23 N. J. (L.) 195; Hightower v. Thornton, 

8 Ga. 486; Barry v. Merchants' Exchange Co., i Sandf. 250; Read 

V. Eatoiiton Manfg. Co., 40 Ga. 98. 

In statute. State Bank v. City of Milwaukee, 18 Wis. 281 ; Philadel- 
phia v. Gray's Ferry, etc., R. Co., 52 Pa. St. 177; Pacific Hotel Co. 
V. Lieb, 83 111. 602 ; St. Louis, etc., R. Co. v. Loftin, 30 Ark. 693 ; 
Pratt V. Munson, 17 Hun, 475 ; Railroad Co. v. Vance, 6 Otto, 455 ; 
Railroad Co. v. Gaines, 7 Otto, 707. 

United States v, Padelford, 9 Wall. 531 ; Mauwin v. Ins. Co., 6 Wall, 
i; United States v. Athens Armory, 35 Ga. 344; The Grotius, 9 
Cranch, 368; Moxon v. The Fanny, 2 Pet. Adm. 309; Decatur t/. 
United States, Dev. 33; Lee v. Boardman, 3 Mass. 238. • 

In insurance policy. Dole v. New England Ins. Co., 6 Allen, 373 ; Dole 
V. Merchants' Ins. Co., 51 Me. 463 ; Richardson v. Maine Ins. Co., 6 
Mass. 102 ; Archibald v. Mercantile Ins. Co., 3 Pick. 70. 

and seimre. In insurance policy. Powell v. Hyde, 5 El. & Bl. 



OAPTUBB. 



OAFTUBES. 
CAUDINAL. 
OABE. 



CABEFUL. 
CABOO. 



OABITAL. 

CABNALLY. 

CABPENTEBS. 



607. 
/>/ insurance policy. Pipon v. Cope, i Camp. 434, 

points. In contract. Finnie v. Clay, 2 Bibb, 351. 

In statute. State v. Buffington, 20 Kas. 599. 

and management. In order. Boodle v. Dames, 3 Ad. & Ell. 207. 

direction and management. In plea. Taylor v. Clay, 9 Q. B. 713. 

A. of B. Ely V. American, etc., Ex. Co., 29 Wis. 61 1. 

ordinary . State v. Railroad, 52 N. H. 528. 

utmost and diligence. Baltimore, etc., R. Co. v. Worthington, 

21 Md. 275. 

want of . Warner v. Dunnavan, 23 III. 380. 

especially . Chicago, etc., R. Co. v. Clark, 2 Bradw. n6. 

Seamans ?'. Loring, i Mason, 127; Flanigan v. Demarest, 3 Robt. 173; 

Twing V. Great Western Ins. Co., 103 Mass. 406. 
In contract. Kreuger v. Blanck, L. R., 5 Ex. 179. 

/•' .nsurance policy. Allegre v. Maryland Ins. Co., i Gill. & J. 136 (20 
Am. Dec.''424) ; Walcott v. Eagle Ins. Co., 4 Pick. 429; Paddock v. 
Franklin Ins. Co., 1 1 Pick. 227 ; Macy v. Wheeling Ins. Co., 9 Mete. 
354 ; Wilkinson v. Hyde, 3 C. B. (N. S.) 44 ; Paddock v. Franklin 
Ins. Co., II Pick. 227 ; Thwingt/. Great Western. Ins. Co., 103 Mass. 
- 406; Humphries v. Ins. Co., 3 Mason, 440; Bayard v. Ins. Co., 4 
id. 265. 

In statute. Borroman v. Drayton, 2 Ex. Div. 1 5. 

knowledge. Noble v. State, 22 Ohio St. 541. 

know. In indictment. Com. v. Squires, 97 Mass. y). 



in their own shops or in buildings erecting or repairing. 

In insurance policy. Delonguemare v. Tradesman's Ins. Co., 2 Hall, 
589. 



^■tt«vtpff*».^u p» w. umM^ '*» t m wm » 



i.iU iiw r i M iiiii r — — i -T --' 




lanics' Bank 



} Wend. 605. 
lie. 10 H. L. 

ty Bank, 31 
196; State 7'. 
V. Thornton, 
If. 250; Read 

Si ; Philadel- 
fic Hotel Co. 
30 Ark. 693; 
,6 Otto, 455: 

I. Co., 6 Wall, 
he Grotius, 9 
9; Decatur 7/. 

en. 373: Dole 

ine Ins. Co., 6 

o. 

le. 5 El. & Bl. 



; Ad. & Ell. 207. 
lay, 9 QB. 713- 
II. 

. Worthington, 

Iw. 116. 

St. 3Robt. 173; 



iill. & J. 136 (20 
P9; Paddock V. 
ns. Co.. 9 Mete. 
Dck V. Franklin 
s. Co., 103 Mass. 
d V. Ins. Co., 4 



s. >9. 

ig or repairing. 
Ins. Co., 2 Hall, 



CARRIAGE. 
OAUBIAQB. 



OABBIAOBS. 
OABBIBD. 

OABBIEB. 



55 



CARR V. 



In slatuU: Lovering v. Stone, 2 B. 4 C. 518 ; Jackson v. Curwcn, 5 B. 
& C. 36; Isaacs v. Third Ave. R. R.. 47 N. Y. 121 ; Conway v. leller- 
son, 46 N. H. 521 ; Taylor v. Goodwin. 4 y. B. Div. 228; Speck v. 
Powell, L. R.. 9 Ex. 25. 
In ordinance. Snyder v. North Lawrence. 8 Kas. 82. 
containing volunteer inflmtry. In statute. Stephenson 7'. Tay- 
lor, I B. & S. 107. 

wagon, cart or other . In statute. Danby v. Hunter, 5 Q. R 

Div. 20. 

wheeled . In statute, Radnoshire Bd. v. Evans, 3 B. & S. 402. 

In statute. Hegan v. Eighth Ave. R. R.. 1 5 N. Y. 380. 

into any port. In statute. The Pieve Supcriorc, L. R., 4 Adm. 

& Ecc. 170. 
In statute. Ex parte Middleton, 3 B. & C. 164. 

of the mail. /// statute. Wynen v. Schappert, 6 Daly, 558, 

Oommon . Coggs 71. Bernard, 2 Ld. Raym. 909; Gisbourn v. 

Hurst, I Salk. 249; Dwight v. Brewster, i Pick. 50; Hale v. New 

Jersey Steam Nav. Co., 15 Conn. 539; Craig v. Childress, Peck, 270 

(14 Am. Dec. 751); Bucklaiid v. Adams' Ex. Co., 97 Mass. 124; The 

Niagara v. Cordes, 21 How. 7 ; Peik v. Chicago, etc., R. Co.. 94 U. 

S. 164; Chicago, etc., R. Co, v. Ackley, 94 U. S. 179; Winona, etc., 

R. Co. V. Blake. 94 U. S. 180; Christenson v. Am. Ex. Co., 15 Minn. 

270; Lowell Wire Fence Co. v. Sargent. 8 Allen, 189; Sherman v. 

Wells, 28 Barb. 403 ; Baldwin v. Am. Ex. Co., 23 111. 197 ; Read v. 

Spaulding, 5 Bosw. 395 ; Haslam v. Adams' Ex. Co., 6 Bosw. 235 ; 

Sweet V. Barney, 23 N. Y. 335 ; Verncr v. Sweitzer. 32 Pa. St. 208 . 

Southern Ex. Co. v. Newby, 3* Ga. 635 ; Hollister v. Nowlen. 19 

Wend. 2>, , Cole v. Goodwin, 19 Wend. 251 ; Clark v. Faxton, 26 

Wend. 153; Powell v. Myers, 26 Wend. 591 ; Camden, etc.. Transp. 

Co. V. Belknap, 21 Wend. 354; Jones 7/. Voorhees, 10 Ohio, 145; 

Richards v. Westcott, 2 Bosw. 589; Parmelee v. McNulty, 19 111. 

556; Parmelee v. Lowitz, 74 111. 116; Dibble v. Brown. 12 Ga. 217; 

South-western R. Co. 7/. Webb, 48 Ala. 585; Levi v. Lynn, etc.. Horse 

R. Co., II Allen, 300; Gordon v. Hutchinson, i W. & S. 285 ; Smith 

V. Pierce, i La. 349 ; Adams v. New Orleans Towboat Co., 1 1 La. 46 ; 

Walston V. Myers, 5 Jones, 174; White v. The Mary Ann, 6 Cal. 

462; Ashmore v. Penn. Steam Tow Co., 28 N. J. (L.) 180; Caton 

V. Rumney, 13 Wend. 387; Alexander v. Greene, 3 Hill, 9; Wells 

V. Steam Nav. Co., 2 N. Y. 204; Leonard v. Hendiickson, iS Pa. SL 

40; Varble v. Bigley, 14 Bush, 698; Pullman Palace Car Co. v. 

Smith, 73 111. 360; Blum v. Southern Pullman Pal. Car Co., 3 Cent 

L. J. 591 ; MdAndrew v. Electric Tel. Co., 17 C. B. 3; Parks v. Alta 

Cal. Tel. Co., 15 Cal. 242; Western Un. Tel. Co. v. Carew, 15 Mich. 

525 : Shelden v. Robinson. 7 N. H. 157 (26 Am. Dec. 762). 

concealed about bis i>er8on. In statute. Owen v. State, 31 Ala. 

387; Washington v. State, 36 Ga. 242; Hicks v. Com., 7 Gratt. 597. 
In statute. Owen v. State, 31 Ala. 387. 

on business. In statute. Corbett v. General Steam Nav. Co., 4 

Hurl. & N. 483; Le Tallier v. R. Co., 3 C. P. Div. 19; Brown v. R. 
Co., 4 B. & S. 326. 
In contract. Brampton v. Beddoes, 13 C. B. (N. S.) 538. 

on or exercise the praotioe or profession of a surgeon. In 

deed. Rawlinson v. Clarke, 14 M. & W. 189. 



CA/iJi y. 



56 



CASH. 



OABBY — Continued. 

to aell 



0ARRTI17O. 



CART. 



OAS. 
CASE. 



OASES. 



CASH. 



In statute. King v. McKnight, 10 B. & C. 736. 

take and away. In indictment. Com. v, Adams, 7 Gray, 443, 

Pickering v. Demeritt, 100 Mass. 416. 

on biuinOM. In statute, Weil v. State, 52 Ala. 19; U. S. v. 

Jackson, 1 Hughes, 331. 
/;/ statute. Webb. v. Brandon, 4 Heisk. 285 ; Favcrs v. Glass, 33 

Ala. 621. 

or truok-wagon. In statute. Smith v. Chase, 71 Me. 164, 

taxed . In statute, Williams v, Lear, L. R., 7 Q. B. 285. 

In contract. Farmers, etc., Bk. v. Day, 13 Vt. 36. 

niyew?'. U. S., 13 Wall. 595; Kundolf v. Thalheimer, 12 N. Y. 592; 
Benson %>. Cromwell, 26 Barb. 218. 

In constitution, ("ohens v. Virginia, 6 Wheat. 264. 
In order of court, Wingate v. Haywood, 40 N. H. 445. 

arising under the constitution and laws of the United States. 

In statute, American Ins. ("o. ?'. Canter, i Pet. 511. 

at law. In constitution. Re Houghton, 42 Cal. 37. 

in which the law of the United States authorises an oath to 

be administered. //( statute. IT. S. v. V'olz, 14 Blatchf. 15. 

actions upon the . In statute, Carroll v. Green, 2 Otto, 510. 

and in . In contract. Rust v. Nottidge, i Kl. & Bl. 99. 

fJBtOtsoi'his . In affidavit. Fitzhugh ?'. Truax, i Hill, 644; Ellis 

V. Jones, 6 How. Pr. 296. 

fbots of this . In affidavit. Jordan t-. Garrison, 6 How. Pr. 6. 

in of death. Re Potter, L. R., 8 Eq. Cas. 52. 

missionary . In will. Missionary Soc. v. Chapman, 128 Mass. 

265. 

Re Booth, II Wis. 516. 

affooting embassadors, other public ministers and consuls. 

In constitution. U. S. v, Ortega, 11 Wheat. 467. 

at law. In constitution, Gaston v, Babcock, 6 Wis. 504. 

in court. In statute. Wright v. Gilbert, 51 Md. 147. 

heretofore solely cognizable in a court of chancery. In statute, 

Gebhart v. Battler, 40 Iowa, 1 52. 

in law and equity arising under the * * * laws of the 

U. S. In constitution, U. S. r/. Davidson, i Biss. 433; Osb n. . . "^ 

9 Wheat. 738 ; Home Ins. Co. v. North-western P kef .; Iowa, 233 ; 

Baker v, Biddle, Baldw. 394; Bains v. The ' id Catharinr 

Baldw. 544. 
of a qiiasi criminal nature. /// statute. logins v. Chicago, 

68 III. 372. 

capital . In constitution. Cook v. State, 7 Blackf. ifcj. 

civil and criminal . In statute, Shultz v. Moore, Wright, 280. 

Barnard v. Whiting, 7 Mass. 359. 

In contract. Bliss v, Arnold, 8 Vt. 255 ; People v. Contracting Bd., 27 

N. Y. 378 ; Blair v, Wilson. 28 Gratt. 165. 
In notice of sale, Meng v. Houser, 13 Rich. Eq. 210. 
In statute. Kitchell v. Jackson, 44 Ala. 302. 




CASH. 



6. 

jray, 443- 

9; U. S. V. 

I. Glass, 33 

:. 164. 

285. 

N. Y. 592; 



ited States. 



B an oath to 

hf. 15. 
Otto, 510. 

99. 

ill, 644 ; Ellis 

low. Pr. 6. 
m, 128 Mass. 



and consuls. 

I. 504. 

7- 

iry. In statute. 

laws of the 

sb'Mi..-. ■ ' 
! .i Iowa, 2.:3 ; 
ad Catharine. 

ns 7'. Chicago, 

16,. 

, Wright, 280. 

racting Bd., 27 



CASH. 



57 



CA USE' 



CASTING. 
CASUALTIES. 



CASH — Continued. 

payment. Kroughton v. Silloway, 1 14 Mass. 71 ; Foley v. Mason, 

6 Md. 37 : Stewart v. Scudder, 24 N. J. (L.) 96. 

sale. St. Louis Type Foundry v. Union Printing Co., 3 Mo. (App.) 

149. 

i^tual payment. In statute. IIuggcrty7A Foster, 103 Mass. 19; 

Pierce v. Bryant, 5 Allen, 91. 

for . In deed. Mead v. McLaughlin, 42 Mo. 198. 

in . In contract. Gunter v. Sanchez, 1 Cal. 45. 

CASHIER. Burnham v. Webster, 19 Me. 232. 

duties of . In bond. Minor v. Mech. Bk. of Alexandria, 1 Pet. 46. 

OAST. away. In statute. U. S. v. Johns, i Wash. 363 ; 4 Dall. 412 ; U. 

S. V. Vanraust, 3 Wash. 146. 
— vote. In statute. People v. Rector, 48 Barb. 603. 
In statute. Northard v. Pepper, 17 C. B. (N. S.) 50. 

or consequences of war or rebellion. In life insurance 

poHcy. Welts v. Conn. Mut. Life Ins. Co., 48 N. Y. 36. 
CATALOGUE. In statute. Strutt v. Robinson, 3 B. & Ad. 395. 

CATCHINGS. In insurance policy. Rogers v. Merhaiiics' Ins. Co., i Story, C. C. 603. 
CATTLE. Decatur Bk. 7^ St. Louis Bk., 21 Wall. 294. 

In guaranty. Decatur Bk. 7/. St. Louis Bk., 21 Wall. 294. 
In statute. Child v. Hearn, L. R., 9 E.\. 176; Wright v. Pearson, L. 
R., 4 Q. B. 582; 4 B. & S. 726; Reg. v. Whitney, i Moody, 3; Rex 
V. Clarke, i Lewin, 229; Rex v. Paty, 2 W. Bl. 721 ; Rex r/. Chappie, 
Russ. & Ry. 77 ; State v. Crenshaw, 22 Mo. 457 ; State v. Hamble- 
ton, 22 Mo. 452; State v. Clifton, 24 Mo. 376; Darling v. Rogers, 7 
Kas. 592 (note) ; Ohio R. Co. v. Brewster, 47 III. 462 ; U. S. v. Mat- 
tock, 2 Sawyer, 148; State v. Moreland, 27. Tex. 726. 

one pair of working . In statute, Bowzey v. Newbigin, 48 Me. 

410. 
CAUSA. Thomas v. Thomas, 2 Q. B. 851. 

CAUSE. Bleyew v. U. S., 13 Wall. 595 ; Mouton v. Noble, 1 La. Ann. 192. 

In statute. Mason v. Worrall Highway, 4 Q. B. Div. 459 ; Queen v. 
Searle, 5 El. & Bl. i. 

and procure to be administered. In statute. Le Beard v. 

People, 34 N. Y. 223. 

of action. Bank of Commerce v. Rutland, etc., R. Co., 10 How. 

Pr. I ; Graham v. Scripture, 26 How. Pr. 501. 
In statute. Cherry v. Thompson, L. R., 7 Q. B. 573 ; Bennett v. Ew- 
ing, 4 Robt. 671 ; Cooke v. Gill, L. R., 8 C. P. 107 ; Durham v. 
Spence, L. R., 6 Ex.46; Scarborough v. Smith, 18 Kas. 399; Bonsey 
V. Wordsworth, 18 C. B. 325. 

of action surviving. In statute. Livermore t/. Bainbridge, 49 N. 

Y. 125. 

of complaint. In statute. King?/. Justices, 2 B. «fe Ad. 149; Rex 

V. Justices, 7 Q. B. 195. 
of his imprisonment. In statute. Spear v. Wardell, i N. Y. 

144- 
shall be considered as abcmdoned. In statute. Koon v. Nichols 

85 III. 15s. 




CA USE. 



58 



CERTIFICATE. 



CAUSE — Continued. 

to be imported. In statute. Budenberg v. Roberts, L. R., i C. 

P. 575- 
due shown. In statute. Re Mining Co., 12 Ch. Div. 325. 



In'statute. People v. Mayor, 19 Hun, 441. 
-. In contract. Cummer v. Betts, 40 Mich. 322 (29 Am. Rep. 



95- 



CAUSED. 



CAUSES. 



CAVEAT. 



for — 
good 

530). 
game — — . In statute. Queen v. Morris, L. R., i C. C. R. 

the . In reference. Samson v. Young, 50 N. H. 62. 

the of action. In statute. Borthwick v. Walton, 1 5 C. B. 502. 

In statute. Palmer v. City of Concord, 48 N. H. 21 1. 

and procured. In flea. Farley v. Danks, 4 El. & Bl. 498. 

In statute. Re Dean of York, 2 Q. B. i. 

to be taken. In statute. Reg. v. Wilson, 7 Cox, C. C. 190. 

all civil and criminal. /« statute. U. S. v. Rhodes, i Abb. (U. 

s.) 33. 

several of action. In statute. State v. Davis, 35 Mo. 406 ; Otis 

V. Mechanics' Bank, 35 Mo. 128. 
In statute. Stewart v. Austin, 9 Phila. 141. 
emptor. Hargous v. Stone, 5 N. Y. 73 ; Wright v. Hart. i8 Wend. 

449- 

venditor. Wright v. Hart, 18 Wend. 449. 

viator. Cornwall v. Commrs., 10 Ex. 771. 

to be thereon. /;; statute. Jordan v. Haskell, 63 Me. 189. 

to reside. In constitution. State v. Dilloway, 2 Vroom, 42. 

In ivill. Den v. Pearson, 16 N. J. (L.) 181. 
In deed. Mulford v. Le Franc, 26 Cal. SS. 
Campbell v. Nicholson, 3 La. Ann. 458. 
CELEBRATING. divine service. In statute. Coflf v. Barber, L. R., 7 C. P. 

393- 
In statute. Hamilton v. St. George, L. R., 9 Q. B. 42. 
In statute. Jenkins 7/. Andover, 103 Mass. 104; Queen v. Justices, 5 
El. & Bl. 703. 

cattle. In indictment. Rex. v. Chalkey, i Russ. & Ry. 259. 

a time. In contract. Dnncombe v. Brighton Co., L. R., 10 Q. B. 



CEASED. 

CEASING. 

CEDE. 

CEDO. 

CEDULE. 



CELLAB. 
CEMETEBY. 

CERTAIN. 



372. 



In statute. Pemberton v. Roe, 



Langton v. Carleton, L. R., 9 



any term or number of years — 

7 B. & C. 2. 

twelve months . In contract. 

Ex. 57. 

CERTAINTY, moral . Com. i/. Costley, 118 Mass. i. 

CERTIFICATE. Miller v. Larmon, 38 How. Pr. 417. 

In statute. McVey v. McVey, 51 Mo. 406 ; Dalton v. Fenn, 40 Mo. 109; 
U. S. V. Ambrose, 2 Fed. Rep. 556. 

of deposit. Hotchkiss v. Mosher, 48 N. Y. 478 ; National Bk. v. 

Washington Bk., 5 Hun, 605 ; Bank of Orleans v. Merrill, 2 Hill. 
ros; Leavitt v. Palmer, 3 N. Y. 19; Talladega Ins. Co. v. Wood- 
ward, 44 Ala. 287 ; Charnley v. Dulels, 8 W. & S. 353 . Lebanon Bk. 
V. Mangan, 28 Pa. St. 452 ; Bank of Peru v. Farnsworth, 18 111. 565 , 
Kilgore V. Bulkley, 14 Conn. 363; Carey v. McDougall, 17 Ga. 84; 



l l l l ti' "-"T — **~—*^ " ** ' * '" '*'*'*''* 




TIFICATE. 

rts, L. R., I C. 

»iv. 325. 

2 (29 Am. Rep. 

R.95- 

I S C. B. 502. 

I Bl. 498. 

C. C. 190. 

ies, I Abb. (U. 

Mo. 406 ; Otis 
aart. iSWend. 



Me. 189. 
room, 42. 



, L. R., 7 C. P. 

1 V. Justices, 5 

& Ry. 259. 
L. R., 10 Q. B. 

iberton v. Roe, 
leton, L. R., 9 



:nn,40 Mo. 109; 

National Bk. v. 
Merrill, 2 Hill. 
. Co. V. Wood- 
i, Lebanon Bk. 
)rth, 18 111. 565, 
gall, 17 Ga. 84; 



CERTIFICATE. 



59 



CHARACTER. 



CEETIFICATE— Continued. 

Lauglilin v. Marshall, 19 111. 390; Cate v. Patterson, 25 Mich. 191 ; 
Welton V. Adams, 4 Cal. 37 ; Patterson v. Poindexter, 6 W. & S. 227 

/// statute. Sulton v. Savings Inst., 17 Wall. 109. 
CERTIFICATES. /// will. Edmonson v. Bloomshire, 11 Wall. 382. 



CEBTIFIED. 

CERTIFY. 
CHAIRMAN. 

CHAJOBERS. 
CHAMPERTY. 



CHANCE. 



CHANGE. 



CHAPTER. 
CHARACTER. 



Security Bk. v. National Bk., 67 N. Y. 458. 

shall have . In contract. Roberts v. Mathews, 14 C. B. (N. S.) 592. 

foreman shall . In statute. McDonald z/. State, 8 Mo. 283. 

of such respective meetings. In statute. West London R. Co. 

V. Bernard, 3 Q. B. 873. 
Pittsburg, etc., R. Co. v. Hurd, 17 Ohio St. 144. 
at his . Com. v. McLaughlin, 122 Mass. 449. 

Re Masters, i Dowl. P. C. 18; Findon v. Parker, 11 M. &. W. 675 ; 

Flight V. Leman, 4 Q. B. 883; Sedgwick v. Stanton, 14 N. Y. 289; 

Thallheimer r/. BrinckerhoflF, 3 Cow. 623 (15 Am. Dec. 318); Arden 

V. Patton, 5 Johns. Ch. 44; Meeksv. Denberry, 57 Ga. 273; Barnes 

V. Strong, I Jones (Eq.), 100; Holloway v. Lowe, 7 Port. 488; 

Wheeler v. Pounds, 24 Ala. 472 ; Quigley t/. Thompson, 53 Ind. 317 ; 

Lathrop v. Amherst Bk., 9 Mete. 489; Ogden v. Des Arts, 4 Duer, 

275; Hovey v. Hobson, 51 Me. 62; Sta ''ey v. Jones, 7 Bing. 369; 

Poe V. Davis, 29 Ala. 676; Thurston v. Percival, i Pick. 416; 

Brown v. Beauchamp, 5 T. B. Mon. 410 (17 Am. Dec. 81); Keyv. 

Vattier, i Ohio, 132 ; Rust v. Larue, 4 Litt. 417 ; Richardson v. Row- 
land, 4cf Conn. 565 ; Duke v. Harper, 2 Mo. (App.) i. 
Goodman v. Cody, i Wash. 329 ; Turner v. Tuolumne Water Co., 25 

Cal. 397. 

verdict. In statute. Boyce z/. Stage Co., 25 Cal. 460. 

White V. Brownell, 4 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 162. 

bill or ticket. In statute. State v. Fisk, 3 Sneed, 695. 

of grade. Warren v. Henley, 31 Iowa, 31. 

of possession. In insurance policy. Sherman v. Niagara, etc., 

Ins. Co., 46 N. Y. 526 (7 Am. Rep. 380). 
of title. In insurance policy. Hartford Ins. Co. v. Walsh, 54 111. 

164; Ayres v. Hartford, etc., Ins. Co., 17 Iowa, 176; 21 Iowa, 193; 

Keelerz/. Niagara, etc., Ins. Co., 16 Wis. 523; Tillou v. Kingston, 

etc., Ins. Co., 5 N. Y. 405; Dreher v. ^Etna Ins. Co., 18 Mo. 128 ; 

Orrelli/. Hampden, etc., Ins Co., 13 Gray, 431 ; Hartford, etc. Ins. 

Co. V. "^oss, 23 Ind. 179. 
in t de or possession. In insurance policy. Card v. Phoenix 

Ins. Co., 4 Mo. (App.) 426. 
in use. In insurance policy. Cannell v. Phtenix Ins. Co., 59 

Me. 582. 
its original purpose. In constitution. Harrison v. Goudy, 57 

Ala. 50. 
the form or ground of action. In statute. Spencer v. Howe, 

26 Conn. 201. 

such . In statute. Mutual Ins. Co. v. '.Vatts, i Wheat. 280. 

In statute. Hufi v. Alsup, 64 Mo. 51. 

Knodez/. Williamson, 17 Wall. 586; King?/. Hardy, 24 How. St. Tr. 

1079; Queen ^■. Rowton, 34 L. J. 57 ; Leverick v. Frank, 6 Oreg, 212. 
person of good . In statute. Leader z/. Yell, 16 C. B. (N. S.) 590. 




CHARACTER. 



60 



CHARITABLE, 



CHARACTEB — Continued. 

women of previously chaste . In statute. State v. Prizer, 49 

Iowa, 531 (31 Am. Rep. 155); Andre v. State, 5 Iowa, 389; Boak v. 
State, 5 Iowa, 430 ; State v. Carron, 18 Iowa, 372 ; Carpenter v. Peo- 
ple, 8 Barb. 603 ; Crozier v. People, i Park. C. C. 453 ; Safford v. 
People, I Park. C. C. 474; People v. Kenyon, 5 Park. C. C. 254; 
Kenyon v. People, 26 N. Y. 203 ; State v. Shean, 32 Iowa, 88, 

In statute. Scliriefer v. Wood, 5 Blatchf. 215. 

Merchants' Ex. Bk. v. Com. W. Co., 49 N. Y. 635 ; Dillon v. Barnard 
21 Wall. 430. 

In statute. Grant v. Connecticut Ins. Co., 29 Wis. 126; Millard v. 
Lyons, 25 Wis. 516; Emmanuel v. Bridges, L. R., 9 Q. B. 286; Doe 
T'. Leiand, 4 B. & Ad. 144 ; Lee v. Hutchinson, 8 C. B. 22. 

and aoouse* In indictment. Com. v. O'Brien, 12 Cush. 90. 

at law. In statute. Fearne v. Wilson, 6 B. & C. 86. 

or oonduot. In statute. Beilby v. Scott, 7 M. & W. 100. 



CHARCOAL. 
CHABQE 



in of. In statute. Local Bd. v. Bisshoff, 2 C. P. Div. 187. 

person in . In statute. Ex parte Ferguson, L. R,. 6 Q. B. 280. 

CHABOEABLE. In statute. Walbridge v. Walbridge, 43 Vt. 617 ; re Morton, 5 Q. B, 
591 ; Town of Beacon Falls ^^ Seymour, 44 Conn. 214; yueen v. In- 
habitants, 3 Q. B. 790 ; 3 B. & S. 1 52. 

thereby. In statute. Whippy v. Hillary, 3 B. & Ad. 400. 

aottially . In statute. Bardwell v. Purrington, 107 Mass. 419. 

OHABGED. In indictment. Brazier v. State, 44 Ala. 387. 

In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 15 Q. B. 400. 

with a capital crime. In statute. State v. Duncan, 9 Port. 260. 

with crime. In statute. Day v. Inhabitants of Otis, 8 Allen. 

471. 

with crime and confined in jail. In statute. Mary v. State, 5 

Mo. 71. 

with murder. In statute. Rex v. Maynard, i Russ. & Ry. 240. 

other annuity on such lands. In statute. Walford v. Marchant 

2 B. & Ad. 315. 

CHABQES. In statute. Copeland v. Bartlett, 6 C. B. 36. 

of imprisonment. In statute. Inhabitants of Townsend v. 

Walcutt, 3 Mete. 154. 
or disbursements at law. In statute. Wardle v. Nicholson. 4 

B. & Ad. 474. 

costs or . In contract. Green v, Jones, 78 N. C. 265. 

professional . In statute. Reg. v. Priest. 16 Q. B. 44. 

CHASITABLE. Adye v. Smith, 44 Conn. 70. 

In statute. Town of Hamden v. Rice, 24 Conn. 351. 

allowance. In statute. Queen v. Mayor. 2 Q. B. 695. 

corporation. American Asylum v. Phoenix Bank, 4 Conn. 17a 

(10 Am. Dec. 112). 

institutions. In statute. Convention v. Portland. 65 Me. 92. 

or benevolent institutions. In statute. Appeal Tax Court v. 

St. Peter's Academy, 50 Md. 321. 
uses. In statute. Doe z/. Hawthorn. 2 B. &Ald. 104; Druryv. 



MiMMMMMIaM 



mm 



TABLE. 



Prizer, 49 
9 ; Boak v. 
ter V. Peo- 

Safford v. 
C. C. 254; 
ra. 88. 

V. Barnard 

Millard v. 
J. 286 ; Doe 

ish. 90. 

100. 
187. 
Q. B. 280. 

ton, 5 0- B, 
^ueen v. In- 

400. 
lass. 419. 



, 9 Port. 260. 
•tls, 8 Allen, 

ry V. State, 5 

s. & Ry. 240. 
V. Marchant 



fownsend v. 
Nicholson, 4 



, 4 Conn. 173 

6s Me. 92. 
Tax Court v, 

104; Druryv. 



CHARITABLE. 



61 



CHILD. 



CHABITABLE — Continued. 
Inhabitants, 



GHABITEES, 
GHABTFY. 



CHARTER. 



CHATTEIiS. 



CHEAT. 



10 Allen, 169 ; Jackson v. Phillips, 14 Allen, 539 ; 

Saltonstall v. Sanders, 11 Allen, 446; Owens v. Missionary Soc, 14 

N. Y. 380. 

In will. Dolan v. MacDermott, L. R., 5 Eq. Cas. 60. 
Taylor v. Keep, 2 Bradw. 368; Jones v. Williams, 2 Ambler, 651; 

Gerkef. Purcell, 25 Ohio St. 229; Morice v. Bishop of Durham, 9 

Ves. 399; Ould V. Washington Hospital, 5 Otto, 317. 

necessity or . In statute. Doyle v. L. & B. R. R., 118 Mass. 195. 

purely public . In constitution. Orphan Asylum v. School 

Dist., 9b Pa. St. 21. 

to a ship. Saville v. Champion. 2 B. & Aid. 507. 

CHABTEB-PABTY. Ashley v. Cornwall, 2 Munf. 268 ; Lidgett v. Williams, 4 Hare. 

462 ; Spring v. Gray, 6 Peters, 151. 
In statute. Ashley v. Cornwall, 2 Munf. 26R ; Rein v. Lane, 8 B. & S. 

83. 
Barr v. Bonford, 6 Blackf. 335 ; McTLean v. Rockey, 3 McLean, 235 ; 

Pippin V. Ellison, 12 Ired. (L.) 61 ; Bernett v. Pittsburg, etc., Co., 

47 Barb. 104; Putnam v. Westcott, 19 Johns. 73. 
In stutute. Smith v. Wilcox, 24 N. Y. 353 ; Hall v. State, 3 Ohio St. 

575; Reg. V. Denny, i Jebb. 255. 
People V. Babcock, 7 Johns. 201 ; People v. Johnson, 12 Johns. 292; 

People V. Miller, 14 Johns. 371 ; Odiorne v. Bacon, 6 Cush. 185. 
aod defiraud. In indictment. State v. Parker, 43 N. H. 83; 

Com. V. Eastman, i Cush. 191 ; Com. v. Wallace, 16 Gray, 223. 

hinder and delay. In statute. Burgert v. Borchert, 59 Mo. 80. 

Smith V. Branch Bk., 7 Ala. 800 ; re Brown, 2 Story, 502 ; Lester v. 

Given, 8 Bush, 357 ; National Bk. v. Henderson, 46 Ga. 487 ; State 

V. Crawford, 13 La. Ann. 300; Pecplei'. Howell, 4 Johns. 296; Bul- 

lard V. Randall, i Gray, 605 ; Bowen v. Newell, 5 Sandf. 326 ; Barnet 

V. Smith, 30 N. H. 256; liarker z/. Anderson, 21 Wend. 372. 
In statute. Oulton v. Savings Inst., 17 Wall. 109; Thompson v. State, 

49 Ala 16. 

paid by . In contract. Church v. Pontlfex, 9 C. B. 248. 

discoveries. Tyler v. Boston, 7 Wall. 327. 

oil. In insurance policy. Mack v. National Fire Ins. Co., 24 Hun, 

575- 
In statf'e. Apothecaries Co. v. Greenough, i Q. B. 798. 

laud. Ephraim v. Crarlick, 10 Kas. 280. 

in question. In statute. Thomas v. Davies, 8 Ad. & Ell. 601. 

Bartley v. Richtmeyer, 4 N. Y. 38 ; Irwin v. Dearman, 1 1 East, 23 ; 

Edmonson v. Marshall, 2 Durn. & E. 4; Fernslee v. Moyer, 3 W. & 

S. 416 ; Bracy v. Kibbe, 31 Barb. 273 ; Sharp v. Cropsey, 1 1 Barb. 

224; Williams v. Hutchinson, 5 Barb. 122; 3 N. Y. 312; Kent v. 

Barker, 2 Gray, 536 ; Bigelow v. Morong, 103 Mass. 289. 
In deed. Sewall v. Roberts, 1 1 5 Mass. 262. 
In statute. Blackburn v. State, 22 Ohio St. 102 ; Hardcastle v. Jones, 

3 B. & S. 160; Dickinson's Appeal, 42 Conn. 491; McGregor v. 

State, 2 Tex. L. J. 168 ; Dickinson v. R. Co., 2 H. & C. 736- 
In will. Doe v. Davies, 4 B. & Ad. 43 ; Ingraham v. Meade, 3 Wall. 

Jr. 32; Feit v. Vanatta, 21 N. J. (Eq.) 84 ; Willis v. Jenkins, 30 Ga. 



CHECK. 



CHEMICAL. 



CHEMIST. 
CHEROKEE. 
CHIEFLY. 
CHILD. 



CHILD. 



6a 



CHILDREN, 



CHILD — Continued. 

167; Mowatt 11. Carow, 7 Paige, 328; Marsh v. Hague, i Edw. 174; 
Stires v. Van Rensselaer, 2 Bradf. 172; Tillinghast v. De Wolf. 8 
R. I. 69. 
or children. In will. Chrystie v. Phyffe, i8 N. Y. 344; Living- 
ston V. Vaughan, 5 B. & Aid. 473 ; Doe v. Webber, i B. & Aid. 714; 
Jordon v. Roach, 32 Miss. 482; Stol<es z/. Tilly, 9 N. J. (Eq.) 130; 
Tayloe v. Gould, 10 Barb. 388; Wharton v. Silliman, 22 La. Ann. 
343; Sherman v. Sherman, 3 Barb. 385; Moone v. Stone, 19 Gratt. 
120; Hussey w. Berkely, 2 Eden, 194. 

natural . He Lloyd, 3 Man. & G. 547 ;. Blesard v. Simpson, 3 Man. 

& G. 950. 

poor . In statute. King 7>. Inhabitants, 5 B. & Ad. 173. 

posthumus . In will. Blakiston v. Haslewood, 10 C. B. 55 ; Jag- 

gard y. Jaggard, Free, Chanc. 177. 

still-bom . Marsellis v. Thalhinier, 2 Paige (Ch.), 36 (21 Am. 

Dec. 66). 
CHILDISH. Mulloy z/. Ingalls, 4Neb. 115. 

CHUiDBEN. In deed. McGuire v. Westmoreland, 36 Ala. 600 ; Vainer v. Young, 56 
Ala. 260 ; Walford v. Morgenthal, 91 Pa. St. 30 ; Perry v. Calhoun, 8 
Humph. 551. 

In insurance policy. Continenial Ins. Co. v. Palmer, 42 Conn. 60. 

In order. Reg. v. Inhabitants, 8 Q. B. 410. 

In plea. Martin v. Martin, 22 Ala. 86, 

In power. Ingraham v. Meade, 3 Wall. Jr. 32. 

In settlement. Monroe v. Bridges, 5 N. Y. 447 ; Adams v. Law, 17 How. 

417. 

In statute. Re Curry, 39 Cal. 529 ; Blacklaws v. Milne, 82 III. 505 ; 
Maud z/. Mason, L. R., 9 Q. B. 254; Bigelow v, Moring, 103 Mass. 
287 ; Drain v. VIolett, 2 Bush, 157 ; Walton v. Cotton, 19 How. 355 ; 
Rogers v. Weller, 5 Biss. 166; Kent v. Barker, 2 Gray, 535 ; Porter 
V. Porter, 8 Miss. 107; Gray ta Ballou, 4 Wend. 403; Williams w. 
Hutchinson, 5 Barb. 122; 3 N. Y. 312; Bartley v. Richtmeyer, 3 N. 
Y. 38; Elliott V. Lewis, 3 Edw. 40; Gorman v. State, 42 Tex. 221 ; 
Mowbry v. Mowbry, 64 111. 383; Hill v. Moore, i Murph. 233; 
Blackburn v. Milne, 82 111. 505 ; Cutting v. Cutting, 6 Fed. Rep. 
259. 

In will. Dunlapz/. Shrieve, 2 Duv. 335 ; Johnson?/. Johnson, 2 Mete. 335 ; 
Churchill w. Churchill, 2 Mete. 469; Turners. Patterson, 5 Dana, 295 ; 
Phillips V. Beal, 9 Dana, i ; Yeates v. Gill, 9 B. Mon. 204 ; Hughes v. 
Hughes, 12 B. Mon. 121 ; Churchill v. Churchill, 2 Mete. 469; Sheets 
V. Grubbs, 4 Mete. 340 ; Hopson v. Shipp, 7 Bush, 645 ; Hester v. Van 
Auken, i McCart. 59; Brokaw v. Peterson, 2 McCart. 194; Feit v. 
Vanatta, 6 E. E. Green, 84 ; Colston v. Shields, 16 Hun, 143 ; Palmer 
V. Horn, 20 Hun, 70 ; Sherman v. Angell, i Bailey (Eq.), 351 (23 Am. 
Dec. 66) ; Foster v. Hays, 4 El. & Bl. 732 ; Valler v. Carter, 4 El. & 
Bl. 173; Fales 7/. Currier, 55 N. H. 392; Byngz/. Byng, 18 H. L. Cas. 
171; Doew. Beynon, 12 Ad.&Ell. 431; Fell 7/. Biddulph, L. R., 9 C. 
P. 701 ; Simmons v. Crook, L. R., 6 H. L. 265 ; Hughes v. Knowlton, 
37 Conn. 429 ; Sydnor v. Palmer, 29 Wis. 227 ; Ewing v. Handley, 4 
Litt. 346 (14 Am. Dec. 140); Daley v. Koons, 90 Pa. St. 246; Scott 
V. Nelson, 3 Port. 452 (29 Am. Dec. 266) ; Shotts v. Poe, 47 Md. 513 
(28 Am. Rep. 485) ; Mowatt v. Carow, 7 Paige Ch. 328 (32 Am. 
Dec. 641); Sherman v, Sherman, 3 Barb. 387 ; Lawrence v. Hebard, 



iwwinriinn,'' 




nn. 60. 




63 



CITIZEN. 



82 111. 505; 
g, 103 Mass. 
9 How. 355; 
535; Porter 
Williams v, 
tmeyer, 3 N. 
4.2 Tex. 221 ; 
Murph. 233; 
6 Fed. Rep. 

, 2 Mete. 335 ; 
, 5 Dana, 295 ; 
\ ; Hughes v. 
. 469; Sheets 
lester v. Van 
.194; Feit V. 
, 143 ; Palmer 
I, 351 (23 Am. 
arter, 4 El. & 
18 H. L. Cas. 
h, L. R., 9 C. 
V. Knowlton, 
V. Handley, 4 
3t. 246 ; Scott 
)e, 47 Md. 513 
328 (32 Am. 
ce V. Hebard, 



Continued. 

1 Bradf. 255; Lytle v. Beverage, 58 N. Y, 605; Doe v. Clarke, 2 
H. Bl. 399; Whitelockz'. Headon, i Bos. & Pul.' 243; Lancashire i/. 
Lancashire, 5 T. R. 49; Barker v. Barker, 30 Pa. St. 173 ; Armistead 
V. Dangerfield, 3 Munt. 20; re Utz, 43 Cal. 201 ; re Sanders, 4 Paige, 
293; Murphy 2/. Harvey, 4 Edw. 131; Armstrong t'. Moran.i Bradf. 314; 
Bowers w. Bowers, 4 Heisk. 293; Stubbs v. Stubbs, ri Humph. 43; 
Dewitt?/. Dewitt, 11 Sim. 41 ; Echols t/. Jordan, 39 Ala. 24; Jones v. 
Jones, 13 N. J. (Eq.) 236 ; Melsheimerz/. Gross. 58 Pa. St. i,\^\ Akers 
V. Akers, 23 N. J. (Eq.) 26 ; re Sanders, 4 Paige, 293; Rogers 7a Rogers. 
3 Wend. 503; Sherman t'. Sherman, 3 Barb. 385 ; Merryman v. Mer- 
ryman, 5 Munf. 440; Parkman v. Rowdoin, i Sumn. 359; Prowett 
z/. Rodman, 37 N, Y. 42; Hamilton 7/. Lewis, 13 Mo. 185; Armis- 
tead V. Dangerfield, 3 Munf. 20 (5 Am. Dec. 501); Jackson v. 
Staats, 1 1 Johns. 337 (6 Am. Dec. 376) ; Wills v. Jenkins, 30 Ga. 
167 ; Reeves v. Brymer, 4 Ves. 696 ; Hayward v. Hassell, 2 S. C. 
510; Scott V. Nelson, 3 Port. 452; Gardner v. Heyer, 2 Paige, u; 
Shearman v. Angel, i Bailey (Ch.). 351 ; Barnes v. Geer.zebach, i 
Edw. 41 ; Walker v. Williamson, 25 Ga. 549; Lorillard v. Coster, S 
Paige, 172. 

forever. In will. Moran v. Delehay, 8 Bush, 434 ; Sherman v. 

Angel, I Bailey (Eq.), 351 (23 Am. Dec. 166). 

of my body. In will. Beacroft v. Straun, 67 111. 28. 

or their issue. In will Re Sibley, 5 Ch. Div. 495 : « Veale, j 

Ch. Div. 622; Melshimer v. Gross, 58 Pa. St. 412. 

then living. In will. Prowitt v. Rodman, 37 N. Y. 42. 

to be begotten. In will. Prowitt v. Rodman, 37 N. Y. 42. 

children's . In will. Harrington v. Holman, 5 Ch. Div. 183. 

&mily of minor . In statute. Rountree v. Dennard, 59 Ga. 629 

my -. In will. Weatherhead v. Baskerville, 11 How. 329. 

subjects. In treaty. Ex parte Ah Fook, 49 Cal. 402, 

In statute. Arthur v. Lapham, 6 Otto, 126. 

Magee 2/. Toland, 8 Port. 36; Pitts v. Curtis, 4 Ala. 350; Haskell v. 
Blair, 3 Cush. 354 ; Cillett v. Fairchild, 4 Denio, 80. 

in action. In statute. Bushnell v. Kennedy, 9 Wall. 387 ; De- 
vine V. Harvey, 7 Men. 443; Zoller v. Janvrin, 49 N. H. 115 (6 Am. 
Rep. 469) ; Noonan v. Orton, 34 Wis. 259. 

other in action. In statute. Hill v. Winne, i Biss. 275. 

In statute. State v. Hunt, 54 N. H. 431. 

religion. In constitution. Hale v. Everett, 53 N. H. 49. / 

In indictment. Montee v. Com., 3 J. J. Marsh. 133. 

Ayres v. Weed, 16 Conn. 291 ; Robertson v. Bullions, 9 Barb. 64 ; So- 
ciety v. Hatch, 48 N. H. 393; Stebbins 7'. Jenkins, 10 Pick. 193; 
Anderson v. Brock, 3 Me. 247 ; Silsby v. Birrow, 16 Gray, 330. 

ground. In town plat. City of Hannibal v. Draper, 1 5 Mo. 635. 

congregational . Anderson v. Brock, 3 Me. 247. 

In contract, Studdy v. Sanders, 5 B. & C. 628. 

In statute. Com. v. Smith, 102 Mass. 144- 

CntOUMSTAirCES. of terror. In statute. Gray v. Collins, 42 Cal. 158. 

OTFED. In statute. Studdy v. Sanders, 5 B. & C. 639. 

OmZEN. Judd V. Lawrence, i Cush. 535 ; Spragins v. Houghton, 3 111. 377 ; 

Quimby v. Duncan, 4 Harr. (Del.) 383 ; Ludlam v. Ludlam, 31 Barb. 



CITIZEN. 



64 



CIVIL. 



CmZEN — Continued. 

486; Davis V. Hall, i Nott & M. 292; Lasportas v. De La Motta 
10 Rich. (Eq.) 35 ; U. S. v. Darnaiid, 3 Wall. Jr. 171. 

In constitution. Re Henry, 40 N. Y. 560; Thomason %>. State, 15 Ind. 
449; Karrahoo v. Adams, i Dill. 344; Minori\ Happersett. 21 Wall. 
162 ; Smith v. Moody, 26 Ind. 299 ; U. S. v. Canter, 2 Bond, 389 ; Tatem 
V. Wright, 23 N. J. (L.) 429; People v. Imlay, 20 Barb. 68 ; Paul v, 
Virginia, 8 Wall. 168; Dred Scott v. Sandford, 19 How. 393; Cov- 
ington Drawbridge Co. v. Shepherd, 20 How. 234; Ohio &Miss. R. 
R. V. Wheeler, i Bl. 286 ; 10 Op. Atty.-Geii. 382 ; McKay v. CampbelJ, 
5 Am. L. T. Rep. 417 ; 7 Op. Atty.-Gen. 746 ; Western Union Tel. Co. 
V. Dickinson, 49 Ind. 444; Ins. Co. z/. New Orleans, i W>ods, 85; 
Catlett V. Keith, i Paine, 594 ; U. S. v. Rhodes ,1 Abb. (U. S.) 28 ; Ex 
parte v. Turner, Chase Dec. 157; U. S. v. Cruikshank, 2 Otto, 542; 
The Pizarro, 2 Wheat. 227. As to corporations : Bank v. Deveaux, 
5 Cranch, 61 ; Hope Ins. Co. v. Boardman, 5 Cranch, 57 ; Sullivan 
V. Fulton Steamboat Co., 6 Wheat. 450 ; Breiihaupt v. Bank, i Pet. 
238; Bank v. Earle, 13 Pet. 519; Commercial, etc.. Bank v. Slo- 
comb, 14 Pet. 60 ; Irvine v. Lowry, 14 Pet 293 ; Kirkpatrick v. 
White, 4 Wash. C. C. 595 ; Bank v. Willis, 3 Sumn. 472 ; Com. v. 
Milton, 12 B. Mon. 212; Louisville, etc., R. Co. v. Letson, 2 How. 
497; Rundle v. Delaware, etc., R. Co., 14 How. 80; Marshall v. Bal- 
timore, etc., R. Co., i6 How. 314; Lafayette Ins. Co. v. French, 18 
How. 404 ; Warren Man. Co. v. Etna Ins. Co., 2 Paine, 501 ; Paul v. 
Virginia, 8 Wall. 168 ; Ins. Co. v. City of New Orleans, i Woods, 85. 

In statute. McKenzie v. Murphy, 24 Ark. 155; State v. Trustees, 11 
Ohio, 24; Cobbs v. Coleman, 14 Tex. 594: Case v. Clarke, 5 Mason, 
70 ; Curd v. Letcher, 3 J. J. Marsh. 445 ; Field v. Adreon, 7 Md. 209 ; 
Risewick v. Davis, 19 Md. 82; McKenzie v. Murphy, 24 Ark. 155; 
re Welhitz, 16 Wis. 445. 

— of the State and of the United States. In constitution. Opin- 
ion of the Judges, 32 Conn. 563. 

of B. In agreement. Unici Hotel Co. v. Heisel, 79 N. Y. 454. 



OTFIZEITSHIP. 
CITY. 



dVIIi. 



U. S. V. Darnaud, 3 Wall. Jr. 171. 

Mayor of London z/. Long, i Camp. 20; Fitz v. City of Boston, 4 
Cush. 366 ; Villars 7'. Kennedy, 5 La. Ann. 724; Burke v. Monroe 
Co., 77 III. 610; Queen v. Inhabitants, 12 Q. B. i6i. 

In statute. Allen v. People, 84 III. 502 ; People v. Common Council, 
84 III. 157. 

engineer. In contract. Palmer v. Clark, 106 Mass. 388. 

officer. People v. Wright, 70 111. 388. 

of London. In contract. Mallan v. May, 13 M. & W. 511. 

In statute. Applegate v. Com., 7 B. Mon. 1 2. 

action. In statute. Kyle v. Kyle, 55 Ind. 387; People v. Hamil- 
ton, 39 N. Y. 107; U. S. V. 10,000 Cigars, i Woolw, 123; States. 
Messmore, 14 Wis. 125 ; James v. Lynn, 13 Q. B. 846 ; Chase v. In- 
galls, 97 Mass. 524; Bowers v. Bobb, 45 Cal. 495; ex parte Smith, 
53 Cal. 204: re Scott, 15 Cal. 220; Smith v. Richmond, 19 Cal. 481 ; 
Humiston v. Smith, 21 Cal. 129; Garner v. Gordon, 41 Ind. 92; 
Bond V. Fay, i Allen, 211; Coates v. Chillicothe Bk., 23 Ohio St. 415 ; 
Lucas V. Lucas, 3 Gray, 136 ; Gray v. Thrasher, 104 Mass. 373. 

actions. In statute. Rison w. Cribbs, i Dill. 181 ; Ten Thousand 

Cigars, i Woolw. 123; Livingston v. Story, 9 Pet. 632; Davenport 



* 1 ^^.■^- . r1- I, - rtTf,T^ 1..:.....^^ ■ ^u m iiM n w w i - lMaa iWTH 



CIVIL. 



le La Motta 

State, 1 5 Ind. 
•sett, 21 Wall. 

d, 389 ; Tatem 
. 68 ; Paul v, 
w. 393 ; c;ov- 
lio &Miss. R. 

V. Campbell, 
fnion Tel. Co- 
I W)ods, 85; 
(U. S.) 28 ; Ex 
, 2 Otto, 542 ; 
k V. Deveaux, 
I, 57 ; Sullivan 
'. Bank, 1 Pet. 

Bank v. Slo- 
Kirkpatrick v. 

472 ; Com. V. 
.etson, 2 How. 
[arshall v. Bal- 

V. French, 18 

e, 501 ; Paul v. 
s, I Woods, 85. 
V. Trustees, n 
arke, 5 Mason, 
jon, 7 Md. 209 ; 
jr, 24Ark. 155: 

Htution. Opin- 

79 N. Y. 454- 

ir of Boston, 4 
irke f. Monroe 

mmon Council, 

ass. 388. 

tW. 511. 

*eople V. Hamil- 
w. 123; State z/. 
46 ; Chase v. In- 
ex parte Smith, 
ond, 19 Cal. 481 ; 
ion, 41 Ind- 92; 
,23 Ohio St. 41 5; 
4 Mass. 373- 
; Ten Thousand 
632 ; Davenport 



CIVIL, 



^ 



CLAIMANT. 



CIVIL — Continued. 

V. Holland, 2 Cush. 13 ; Brooks v, Howard, 55 N. H. 69 ; Howard v. 
Proprietors, 12 Cush. 259. 

action or proceeding. In statute. Com. v. Intoxicating 

Liquors, 14 Gray, 375 ; Hosmer v. Warner 15 Gray, 46. 

oases. In constitution. Pebple v. Johnson, 30 Cal. 98; Lake 

Erie, etc., R. Co. t/. Heath, 9 Ind. 550; Norristown, etc., Turnpike 

Co. V. Burket, 26 Ind. 53. 
In statute. State v. Judge, ij La. 192; Crimball v. Ross, T. U. P. 

Charlt. 175 ; Osmond v. Flournoy, 34 Ga. 509. 
oases both in law and in equity. In statute. Ellis f. Hatfield, 

20 Ind. loi ; Herron v. Herron, 16 Ind. 126; Ewing v. Ewing, 24 

Ind. 468. 

cause. In constitution. Dow t/. Norris, 4 N. H. 16 ; City Council 

V. Com., 90 Pa. St. 498 ; Withers v. State, 36 Ala. 252. 

causes. In statute, Gilbert v. Thomas, 3 Ga. 575; Sweet v. 

Sherman, 21 Vt. 23; Maloney v. People, 38 III. 62; Mann v. People, 
35 III. 467 ; Allison v. People, 45 III. 37 ; Walker v. State, 6 Blackf. i. 

imposition. Harvard College v. Aldermen, 104 Mass. 470. 

law. In constitution, Jennison v, Warmack, 5 La. 493. 

office. In constitution. State v. Valle, 41 Mo. 29. 

proceeding. Wilbur v. Ciane, 13 Pick. 284; Hyde v, Chapin, 2 

Cush. 77; Cummings t/. Fjf' ion, 13 Mete. 246; Hawes 7/. Gustin, 
2 Allen, 402 ; Chapel v, Wliite, 3 Cush. 577 ; Young v. Makepeace, 
103 Mass. 50; Hills 7/. Wells, 6 Pick. 104. 

process. In statute. Queen v. Governor. 6 B. & S. 371. 

prosecution. Cancemi v. People, 18 N. Y. 128, U. S. v. Three 

Tons of Coal, 6 Biss. 379. 

suit Cancemi v. People, 18 N. Y. 128. 

war. Stcughton v, Taylor, 2 Paine, 665. 

CLAIM. Coster r/. Mayor of Albany, 43 N. Y. 399; People v. Frisbie, 31 Cal. 

146; Scott V. Pirley, 98 Mass. 514; Lawrence v. Miller, 2 N. Y. 245; 
Jackson v, Losee, 4 Sandf. Ch. 381 ; Kneedler v. Steinberg, 10 How. 
Pr. 72. 

In constitution. Fordyce v. Goodman, 13 Ohio St. i. 

In statute. Gray v. Palmer, 9 Cal. 616; Pette v. Shipley, 46 Cal. 160: 

Queen v. Guardians, L. R., 9 Q. B. 383 ; Fellows v. Clay, 4 Q. B. 

319; Camp V, Grant, 21 Conn. 54; McCausland's Estate, 52 Cal. 

568 ; Orvis v. Jennings, 6 Daly, 434 ; Kelley v. Madison, 43 Wis. 638 ; 

U. S. V. Wilcox, 4 Blatchf 385. 
adverse to the estate of the petitioner. In statute, Benoist 

V, Marvin, 47 Mo. 537. 

existing in ftvor of a defendant. In statute. Bates?/. Rose- 

krans, 37 N. Y. 409. 

or demand. In statute. Stringham z/. Supe-'visors, 24 Wis. 594. 

upon the United States. Dowell v. Card\/ell, 4 Sawy. 217. 

under whom they . In deed. Williamson v. Hall, 62 Mo. 405. 



CLAIM ATHT. Adams v. Watrill, 46 Ga. 295. 



In statute. Stewart v. Ball, 35 Mo. 209; Gray v. Palmer, 9 Cal. 616; 
U. S. V Benecke, 8 Otto, 447. 



CLAIMANT. 



66 



CLERK. 



CLAIMANT — Continued. 

of public land. In statute. Railroad v. Tevis, 41 Cal. 489. 

U. S. V. Beuclce, 8 Otto, 447. 

OltAIMINO. under a mortgage. In statute. Doe v. Massey, 17 Q- B. 376. 

all under him. In deed. Williamson v. Hall, 62 Mo. 405. 

any person property. /« statute. Abernathy v. Whitehead, 

69 Mo. 28. 
OIiAIMB. Indeed. Ludington v. Pulvcr, 6 Wend. 404; Folliard t^. Wallace, 2 

Johns. 395 ; Aberdeen v. Blackmar, 6 Hill, 324; Lloyd v. Dimniock, 
26 W. R. 458. 
In statute. State v. Draper, 48 Mo. 56; Dekalb v. Smith, 47 Ala. 
407; Olcott V. Wood, 14 N. Y. 32; Fallon v. Butler, 21 Cal. 24; 
Ellis V. Polhemus, 27 Cal. 350. 

and alleges. In affidavit. Amory 7/. Amory, 26 Wis. 1 52. 

and demands in law and equity. In deed. Fowle v. Welsh, i 

B. & C. 34. 

of the State. In constitution. Darby v. Wright, 3 Blatchf. 172. 

plaintiff . In plea. Douglas r/. Beasley, 40 Ala. 142. 

CLANDESTHIELY. provided. In statute. King w. Inhabitants, 10 B. & C. 12. 

CLASS. of persons. In statute. St. Mary Magdalen v. Atty.-Gen., 6 H. 

L. Cas. 189. 
OLEAB. Spencer v. Colt, 89 Pa. St. 314. 

In contract. Harper v. Pound, 10 Ind. 32. 
In will. Hodgworth v. Crawley, 2 Atk. 376. 

n.TiTiiiftl value. In statute. Marsh v. Hammond, 103 Mass. 149- 

deed. In contract. Rohr v. Kindt, 3 W. & S. 563. 

of all charges and assessments whatsoever. In deed. Peart 

Phipps, 4 Yeates, 386. 

of all incumbrances. In contract. Porter z/. Noyes, 2 Greenl. 

22 (II Am. Dec. 30). 

prooeedsof all flues. In constitution. State v. Casey, 5 Wis. 

322. 
title. In deed. Roberts v Bassett, 105 Mass. 409 ; Dresel v. Jor- 
dan, 104 Mass. 407. 

yearly value. Tyrconnel v, Ancaster. 2 Ves. 449. 

V in the . Indeed. Tucker t/. Howard, 122 Mass. 529. 

Ibur days. In statute. Hodgins v. Hancock, 14 M. & W. 121. 

ten days. In statute. King v. Justices, 3 B. & Aid. 581 ; Rex v. 

West Riding, 4 B. & Ad. 600. 

to . Harper v. Pound, lo Ind. 32 ; Winter v. Peterson, 24 N. J. 

(L.) 524. ' 
OLEABma. In contract. Pettit v. Mitchell, 4 M. & G. 838. 

CLBABLY. and explicitly state^. In statute. Taylor v. Nesfield, 3 El. & 

Bl. 728. 
appears by the will. In statute. Wilcutt v. Colman, 98 Mass. 76. 

CLERICAL. error. Speed v. Hann, i T. B. Mon. 16 (15 Am. Dec. 78). 

CLEBK Sickles v. Walker, 30 Wend. 72 (30 Am. Dec. 520) ; U. S. v. McCor- 

mick, I Cranch C. C. 600. 
In indictment. Rex v. Jenson, i Moody, 434- 




CLERK. 



CLERK. 



67 



COAL. 



1. 489. 

3. B. 376. 

.405- 
Whitehead, 

/. Wallace. 2 
\). Dimniock, 

»th, 47 Ala. 
, 21 Cal. 24; 

s. IS2- 

e V. Welsh, i 

Blatchf. 172- 

loB. &C. 12. 
ty.-Gen., 6 H. 



n < 



.& W. 121. 
Id. 581 ; Rex v. 

rson, 24 N. J. 



jsfield, 3 El. & 

an, 98 Mass. 76. 

)ec. 78). 

. S. V. McCor- 



OLERK — Cuntinued. 

In statute. Reg. ?'. Turner, 11 Cox, C. C. 552; Reg. 7'. Carr, Russ. & 

Ry. 198; Reg. v. Hall, 13 Cox, C. C. 49; Reg. v. Moylc. 11 Cox. C. 

C. 150; Reg. V. Tite, 8 Cox, C. C. 458; Reg. v. Bailey, 12 Cox, C. C. 

56; Reg. V. Bowers, L. R., i C. C. R. 41 ; Rop. f. Negus, L. R., 2 C. 

C. R. 34; ex parte Record, n Neb. 287; St;ilf t-. Whitehouse, 50 N. 

H. 251 ; People v. Tax Commrs., 73 N. V. 437; State v. Olin, 23 

Wis. 316; The Short Cut, 6 Fed. Rep. 630; Chambers v. Bridge 

Manufacturing Co., 16 Kas. 270. 
or servant. /;/ statute. Queen v. Bowers, L. R., i C. C. R. 44; 

Queen v. Tyree, L. R., i C. C. R. 177; Queen v. Negus, L. R., 2 C. 

C. R. 35. 
sleeps in the store. In insurance policy. Frisbie v. Fayette. 

etc., Ins. Co., 27 Pa. St. 325. 

Chief . In statute. Queen v. Greenland, L. R., i C. C. R. 68. 

competent , In resolution of Legislature. Tenney v. State, 27 

Wis. 387. 

court having a . In statute. State v. Webster, 7 Neb. 469. 

government . In deed. Grant v. Shaw, L. R., 7 Q. B. 700. 

insurance . In deed. Grant v. Shaw, L. R., 7 Q. B. 700. 

In statute. Croso v. Riggins, 50 Mo. 335 ; McCreary v. Hoopes, 25 



CLIENT. 
CLOSE. 



Miss. 428. 
Clarke v. Tinker, to Q. B, 604; Wright v. Bennett, 4 III. 258 ; Cox v. 

Glue, sC. B. 550. 
In plea. Porter v. Aldrich, 39 Vt. 326. 

a bargain. In power. Coleman v. Girrgues, 18 Eiarb. 60. 

gaol. In statute. Steere v. Field, 2 Mason, 326. 

this afiUr. In letter. Patton v. Ash, 7 S. & R. 1 16. 

on Sunday. In statute. Kurtz v. People, 33 Mich. 279. 

CLOSED. shall be . In statute. Kurtz v. People, 33 Mich. 279. 

account. Bass v. Bass, 8 Pick. 187. 

CLOSING. out. In contract. Kingsbury v. Kerwin, 43 N. Y. (S. C.) 451. 

CLOTHES. my linen and of all kinds. In will. Hunt v. Hort, 3 Brown 

Ch. 311. 

CLOUD. upon title. Ward v. Dewey, 16 N. Y. 519; Scott v. Onderdonk, 

14 N. Y. 9; Allen v. City of Buffalo, 39 N. Y. 390; Fonda v. Sage, 
48 N. Y. 173; Marsh v. City of Brooklyn, 59 N. Y. 280; Bissell v. 
Kellogg, 60 Barb. 617; Lyon v. Hunt. 11 Ala. 295; Anderson z/. 
Hooks, 9 Ala. 704 ; Huntington v. Allen, 44 Miss. 654; Hartford v. 
Chipman, 21 Conn. 488; Sanxay t/. Hunger, 42 Ind. 44: Moore z/. 
Cord, 14 Wis. 213; Gamble v. Loop, 14 Wis. 465; Dunklin Co. 7/. 
Clark, 51 Mo. 60; Lick v. Ray, 43 Cal. 83. 

COACH. hackney . In city ordinance. Snyder v. North Lawrence, 8 Kas. 

8a. 

stage . In statute. Queen v. Ruscoe, 8 Ad. & Ell. 387. 

COACHES. In statute. Cincinnati, etc., Tp. Co. v. Neil, 9 Ohio, 1 1. 

and chariots. In statute. Frost v. Williams, 7 Ad. & Ell. 773. 

COAL. In insurance policy. Howard v. Great Western Ins. Co., 109 Mass. 384. 
In statute. Bowes v. Lord Ravensworth, 1 5 C. B. 522. 
mines. In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 2 B. & Ad. 73. 



COALS. 



68 



COLLISION. 



COALS. 



COAST. 
OOASTINQ 



COASTWISE 
C. O. D. 



COEBCIOlf. 



In statute. Mayor v. Parkinson, lo C. B. 229. 

worked out. In lease. Cartwright v. Forman, 7 B. & S. 243. 

In statute. Bennett v. Morta, Holt, N. P., 360. 

trade. In statute. Steamboat Co. v. Livingston, 3 Cow. 713 ; U. 

S. V. The James Morrison, i Newb. 241 ; U. S. v. The William Pope, 

I Newb. 359. 

plying . In statute. San Francisco?'. Steam Nav. Co., 10 Cal. 504 

/;/ express receipt. Collender 7>. Dinsmore, 55 N. Y. 201 ; U. S. Ex. Co. 

V. Keifer, 59 Ind. 623; American, etc., Ex. Co. v. Schiet, 55 III. 140; 

American Ex. Co. v. Lesem, 39 111. 312; Gibson v. American, etc., 

Ex. Co., I Hun, 387. 

Boyse 7<. Bossburgh, 6 H. L. Cas. 2. 

in fbot. Peyser v. Mayor, 70 N. Y. 497. 

by law. Peyser v. Mayor, 70 N. Y. 497. 

COGNIZANCE. Burder v. Veley, 12 Ad. & Ell. 259. 

flill . In statute. Webster v. Com., 5 Cush. 386. 

COHABIT. Calef 7'. Calef, 54 Me. 365. 

together as husband and wife. In statute. Sullivan v. State, 

32 Ark. 190. 

COHABITATION. Pollock v. Pollock, 71 N. Y. 135 ; Dunn v. Dunn, 4 Paige, 435 , 
Yardley's Estate, 25 Smith (Pa.), 207 ; Ohio 7>. Conaway, Tappan, 90. 
COIN. In indictment. Com. z/. Gallagher, 16 Gray, 241. 

money. In constitution. Griswold v. Hepburn, 2 Duv. 20 ; 8 

Wall. 603 ; Thayer v. Hedges, 22 Ind. 282. 

otherwise than in current . In statute. Archer v. James, 2 B. 

& S. 76. 

— gold, silver and copper. In statute. Crocker v. Redfield, 4 
Blatchf. 378. 

— weather. In contract. Belden v. Woodmansee, 81 III. 25. 
proceeding. Moore v. Neil, 39 III. 256. 

promise. Elder v. Warfield, 7 H. & J. 391. 

security. Shoemaker v. Nat. Bk. 2 Abb. (U. S.) 416. 

In statute. Gilchrist v. Gottschalk, 39 Iowa, 311. 

Destrehan v. Destrehan, 16 Mart. 557. 

In statute. Fling 7/. Goodell, 40 N. H. 219; State v. Moeller, 48 Mo. 
33I- 

In will. Going v. Emery, 16 Pick. 107 (26 Am. Dec. 64.5). 
COLLECTED. Fitzpatrick v. Flagg, 6 Abb. Pr. 213. 
COLLECTIBLE. Inguaranty. McDoal v. Yeomans, 8 Watts, 361. 

if tadid note is Inguaranty. French v. Marsh, 29 Wis. 649. 

COLLECTION. Inguaranty. Dyer 7/. Gibson, 16 Wis. 559. 

In statute. Rawlins v. Pointdexter, 27 Miss. 64. 

for . In note. Sweeny v. Easter, i Wall. 166. 

COLLEGE. In statute. PiUapsco Female Inst. v. Rock Hill College, 51 Md. 470. 

COLLEGES. and academies. In statute. State v. Ross, 24 N. J. (L.) 479. 

COUJEBY. In deed. Carey v. Bright, 58 Pa. St. 70. 

COLLISION. Wright v. Brown, 4 Ind. 95 ; The City of Baltimore, 5 Ben. 474 ; The 
Moxey, Abb. Adm. 73. 



COINS. 

COLD. 
COLLATEBAL 



COLLATION. 
COLLECT. 



OLLISION. 



B. & S. 243- 

Cow. 713; U. 
William Pope, 

:o., 10 Cal. 504 

; U. S. Ex. Co. 

iei, 55 IH- '40; 
American, etc., 



illivan V. State, 

n, 4 Paige, 4*5 . 
vay, Tappan, 90. 

1, 2 Duv. 20 ; 8 

vc V. James, 2 B. 

r V. Redfield, 4 

, 81 111. 25. 

)4i6. 

Moeller, 48 Mo. 
645). 

29 Wis. 649. 



)llege, 51 Md. 470- 
N. J. (L.) 479- 

I, 5 Ben. 474; The 



COLL USION. 



69 



COMMENCEMEN T. 



COLLUSION. 



OOLOB. 



COLORED. 

COMBININO. 

COME. 



COMFOBT. 
COMFOBTABLE. 

ooMma. — 



/« plea. Batterbury v. Vyse, 2 H. & C. 44. 
tn statute. Gill v. Gas Co., L. R., 7 Ex. 336. 
of his office. In statute. Griffiths v. Hardenberg, 41 N. Y. 464; 

Cornell v. Dakin, 38 N. Y, 255; Wilson v. Unseitt, 12 Bush, 215. 
of title. Bernal v. Glim. 33 Cal. 668 ; Beverly v. Burke, 9 Ga. 

440; Field V. Boynton, 33 Ga. 239; St. Louis v. Gurmaii, 29 Me. 593 ; 

Hamilton v. Wright, 30 Iowa, 480; Brooks v. Bruyn. 35 111. 394; 

Hodges V. Eddy, 38 Vt. 327 : Edgerton v. Bird, 6 Wis. 527 ; Tate v. 

Southard, 3 Hawks. 119(14 Am. Dec. 578) ; Farley v. Smith. 39 Ala. 

38; Field V. Columbet, 4 Sawy. 523 ; Litchfield v. Johnson, 4 Dill. 

551 ; League!/. Atchison, 6 Wall. 112. 
/// statute. Mylar v. Hughes, 60 Mo. 105 ; Davila v. Mumford, 24 How. 

214, Wright V. Mattison, 18 How. 50; McClellan v. Kellogg. 17 III. 

498 ; Christy v. Alford, 17 How. 601 ; Osterman v. Baldwin, 6 Wall. 

116; Field V. Columbet, 4 Sawyer, 524. 

■ or pretense of process. In statute. King v. Crisp, i B. & Aid. 

287. 

*»y of any &lse token or writing. In statute. State v. Chumm, 

19 Mo. 233. 

on account of . Railroad Co. v. Brown, 17 Wall. 445. 

person of . In statute. State v. Watters, 3 Ired. 455; States. 

Melton, Bush. 49 ; State v. Dempsey, 9 Ired. (L.) 384 ; Heim v. 

Bridault, 37 Miss. 209; Johnson v. Norwich, 29 Conn. 407. 

men. Pauska v. Daus, 31 Tex. 67. 

any mode of . In patent law. Case ?/. Brown, 2 Wall. 320. 

to. In statute. Shippen v. Izard, i S. & R. 224. 

by descent. In statute. Gardner v. Collins, 2 Pet. 69. 

In statute. Eskridge v. Ditmars, 51 Ala. 254. 

good and support and maintenance. In ■will. Conant v. 



In statute. Mazozon v. Foot, 



COMMENCE. 
COMMENCED. 



Stratton, 107 Mass. 474. 

andresiding within this state. In statute. Burlington v. Calais, 

I Vt. 385 (18 Am. Dec. 691). 

or returning within the state. 

I Aikens, 282 (15 Am. Dec. 679). 

to settle. In statute. King v. Churchwardens, 6 B. <b C. 73 ; 

King V. Inhabitants, 3 B. & Ad. 545. 

or prosecute any action. In statute. Re Flint, i B. & C. 255, 

In plea. Mayor/. Rogers, 14 East. 539. 
In statute. Isaacs v. Price, 2 Dill. 347 ; State Bk. v. Bates, 10 Ark. 

120; Johnson v. Farwell, 7 Me. 370; Gosline v. Thompson, 61 Mo. 

471 ; Hail V. Spencer, i R. I. 17, Parker v. Concord, 2 N. H. 227; 

Pindell v. Maydell, 7 B. Mon. 314. 

and sued. In statute. Johnson v. Farwell, 7 Me. 370 (22 

Am. Dec. 203). 

COMMENdNO. from. In deed. Hopkins v. Helmore, 8 Ad. & Ell. 463. 

COMMENCEMENT. of the action. In statute. Adams v. Patterson. 35 Cal. 

122 ; Peck V. Randall, i Johns. 165 ; Taylor v. Taylor, i A. K. Marsh. 

18; Beekman v. Scatterlee, 5 Cow. 519; Robinson v. Burleigh, 5 

N. H. 225. 

of the prosecution. In statute. Ross v. State, 55 Ala. 177. 

Peoples. Clark, 33 Mich. 112. 



mamt 



COMMERCE. 



70 



COMMON. 



OOMMEBCIAL. 



COMMBBCB. I'cupic v. Urouks, 4 Den. 469; Smith v. Turnvr, 7 IIuw. 392 ; U. S. v. 
Ilolliday, 3 Wall. 417; I'adelford v. Mayor, 14 (ia. 438; People v, 
Kaymund, 34 Cal. 493; Western Union Tel. Co. 7/. Atlantic, etc., 
Tel. Co., 5 Nev. 103 ; Council BlufTs v. Kansas City R. Co., 44 Iowa, 
338; Commercial Bk. ta Kansas City, etc., R. Co., 45 Iowa, 338. 

regulate . In constitution. Gibbons v. Opdcn, 9 Wheat. 1 ; Wel- 

ton V. State, 91 U. S. 275 ; Scars v. Warren C"o„ 36 liid. 267 ; Steam- 
boat Co. 7/. Livingston, 3 Cow. 713; Groves v. Slaufi^hter, rj Pet. 
511 ; Hanigan v. Connecticut Lumber Co,, 139 Mass. 580; State v. 
Randolph, 1 Mo. (App.) 16. 

broken. In statute. Slack v. Tucker, 23 Wall. 321. 

oorporatioiu. Sweatt v. Martford, etc., R. Co., 3 Clifl. 339. 

paper. In statute. Re Clemens, 2 Dill. 533; re Nickodemus, 3 

Bank. Reg. 330; re Chandler, i Lowell, 478; 4 Lowell, 313; re 
Sykes, 5 Biss. 113. 

purpose. In statute. Morris v. Walker, 15 Q. B. 598. 

U. S. V. Reyburn, 6 Pet. 354 ; U. S. v. May, 3 Mason, 98. 

merohant. Perkins v. State, 50 Ala. 154. 

in . In statute. Greer v. U. S., 3 Ct. of CI. 182. 

special . In statute. Re Presentment, i Jebb. 98. 

COMMISSIONER. Dean v. Emerson, 102 Mass. 484. 

COMMIT. suicide. In insurance policy. Cooper 7/. Massachusetts Ins. Co., 



COMMISSION. 



COMMITMENT, 



COMMITTED. 



COMMITTINO. 



I03 Mass 337 ; Clift v. Schwabe, 3 C. B. 477. 

In statute. Ex parte Paris, 3 Woodb. & M. 227 ; Cummington v. 

Wareham, 9 Cush. 585. 

for trial to the assiies. In statute. Queen v. Johnson, 10 Ad. 

& Ell. 740. 

any person to jail. In statute. Thomas v. St. Louis, 61 Mo. 



COMMODIT7. 



COMMON. 



547- 
COMMODITIES. /;/ constitution. Com. v. Lancaster Bank, 133 Mass. 493. 

In statute. Best v. Bauder, 29 How. Pr. 489; Provident Inst. v. Massa- 
chusetts, 6 Wall. 611; Portland Bank v. Apthorp, 12 Mass. 252; 
Com. V. Peoples' Bank, 5 Allen, 431 ; Com. v. Hamilton Manufac- 
turing Co., 12 Allen, 300. 
In statute. State v. Henke. 19 Mo. 225 ; Barnet v. Powell, Litt. Sel. 
Cas. 409. 

McDuffee v. Railroad, 52 N. H. 430. 
In plat. White v. Smith, 37 Mich. 291. 

barrator. Com. v. Davis, 1 1 Pick. 438. 

drunkard. In statute. Com. v. McNamee, ii3 Mass. 285 ; Com. 

V. Boon, 2 Gray, 74; Com. v. Whitney, 5 Gray, 85. 

field. Glasgow V. Hortig, i Black, 595. 

gaming table. In statute. U. S. v. Smith, 4 Cranch C. C. 635, 659. 

gambler. People v, Sponsler, i Dakota, 293. 

labor. In statute. State v. Conger, 14 Ind. 396 ; Reynolds v. 

Stevenson, 9 Ind. 112; Voglesong v. State, 9 Ind. 1 12 ; Folz v. State, 

33 Ind. 215; Cincinnati v. Rice, 15 Ohio, 235 ; Horack v. Keebler, 5 

Neb. 355. 
law. In constitution. U. S. v. Wonson, i Gall. 20 ; Parsons v. 

Bedford, 3 Pet. 433; Fenn v. Holme, 21 How. 481. 



.v<!».»>f*fliwsrfCi! 



COMMON. 

r. 393; U. S. V. 
138 ; People v. 

Atlantic, etc., 
I. Co.. 44 Iowa. 

Iowa. 338. 
Vheat. I ; Wel- 
1(1. 267 ; Steam- 
uRhter. 15 I'et. 
s. 580; State V. 

1. 33»- 
jClifi. 339- 
Nickodemus, 3 
Lowell, 213; re 

.598. 
,98. 



18. 

:hu8etts Ins. Co.. 

; Cummington v. 

Johnson, 10 Ad. 

St. Louis, 61 Mo. 

ss. 493- 

■nt Inst. V. Massa- 
orp, 12 Mass. 252; 
amilton Manufac- 

. Powell, Litt. Sel. 



12 Mass. 285 ; Com. 
5- 

•anch C. C. 635, 659. 

i. 396; Reynolds I/. 
. 112; Folz V. State, 
lorack v. Keebler, 5 

Gall. 20; Parsons T/. 
Ji. 



COMMON. 



7« 



QOMPENSATJON. 



COMMON — Continued. 

Inw Jurisdiotion. In statute. Ex parte (iladhill, 8 Mctc. 168; 

Ex parte GreRg, 2 Curtis. 98; State v. VVhitteniore. 50 N. II. 345; 
re Connor. 39 Cai. 98 ; U. S. v. Power. 14 Blatchf. 323. 

or WMte lands. In sUUute. Grand Union Canal Co. v, Ashley. 6 

-Hurl. & N. 395. 

BOhooUl. In statute. Roach ?'. n<.)ard of Public Schools. 7 Mo. 

(App.)567; Jenkins?'. Andover, 103 Mass, 99; Merrick 7'. Inhabitants. 
12 Allen, 500; People 7'. Board of Education, 13 Harb. 400, 

teller. Com. v. Tubbs. i Cush. 2 ; State v, O'Connor. 49 Me. 

594. 

thief. In statute. World v. State. 50 Md. 49 ; Com. v. Hope. 22 

Pick. I ; Stevens v. Com., 4 Mete. 399 ; HagRCtt v. Com., 3 Mete. 457. 

tools. In statute. Lenoir v. Weeks. 20 (Ja. y^. 

suit of any person. In statute. Mellor v. Palfreyman. 4 B. & 

Ad. 140. 
COMMONS. In statute. Patterson 7'. Reynolds, 61 Mo, 205. 
COMMUNICANT. Queen v. Hall, 7 B. & S. 642. 

COMMUNICATED. In statute. Perley v. Eastern R. Co.. 98 Mass. 418 ; Hart v. 
Western R. Co.. 13 Mete. 99; Safford v. Boston, etc., R. Co.. 103 
Mass. 584. 
COMMUNICATIONS. Amherst Bk. i>. Conkey, 4 Mete. 462. 

COMMUNITY. Clark v. Norwood, 12 La. Ann. 598. 

oonfldenoe of the . In contract. Oilman v. Dwight. 13 Gray, 

3S9- 
COMMUTE, pardon such lunatio or the execution. In statute. Re Victor, 

31 Ohio St. 206. 
COMMUTED. In statute. Trimmer v. Walsh, 3 B. & S. 37. 

COMPACT. In constitution. Green v. Biddle. 8 Wheat, i ; Canal Co. v. R. Co., 4 

Gill & J. I ; Holmes v, Jennison, 14 Pet. 572. 
In statute. Re St. James' Club, 16 Jur. 1075. 
Ryder v, Wilcox, 103 Mass. 29; Palmer v. Peckham, 33 Me. 32. 
lu contract, Hallett v. Dowdell, 18 Q. B. 90. 
In statute. Queen v, Whitmarsh, 14 Q. B. 804. 

or association. In statute. Austin v. Searing, 16 N. Y. 1 12. 

any public . In statute. NichoUs v. Rosewame, 6 C. B. (N. S.) 

480. 

joint-stock . In statute. Att'y-Gen. v. Mercantile Ins. Co., 121 

Mass. 524 ; Abbot v. Rogers, ?6 C. B. 292. 
owned by said . In statute. Keyport Co. v. Farmers' Co., 3 C. 

E.Green, 13; 3 C. E. Green, 511. 
the . In contract. Squire v. Western Union R. Co., 98 Mass. 

232. 

COMFEIiIiED. In statute. Burbank v. Slinkard, 53 Ind. 493. 

COMPENSATION. Searcy v. Grow. 15 Cal. 117; Stewart v. Harper, 16 La. Ann. 
181 , Austm V. Wilson, 4 Cush. 274. 

In constitution. Board of Supervisors v. Hackett, 21 Wis. 613; Jubb 
V. Hull Dock Co., 9 y. B. 443 ; Searcy v. Grow. 15 Cal. 117 ; Kilgore 
V. People, 76 111. 548; Symonds V. Cincinnati, 14 Ohio, 175. 

In statute. New Jersey R. Co. v. Suydam, 17 N. J. (L.) 25; Van 



COMPANIES. 
COMPANY. 



COMPENSA TJON. 



12 



CONCEAL. 



COMPi'NaAriON — Continued. 

Schack 7A Delaware, etc., Canal Co., 20 N. J. (L.) 249; Betts v. 
City of Williamsburg, 15 Barb. 255. 

just . In constitution. Alabama, etc., R. Co.-ik Benkert, 42 Ala. 

83; Brown v. Beatty, 34 Miss. 227; Isone v. Mississippi Cent. R. 
Co., 36 Miss. 300 ; Virginia, etc., R. Co. v. Henry, 8 Nev. 165. 

just and reasonable . Tn contract. Cully v. Hardenburg. i 

Den. 508. 

or other . In statute. State 7/. Holladay, 67 Mo. 64. 

or relevancy. In statute. Fox v. Webs.er, 46 Mo. 181. 

In statute. Re Pacheo, 23 Cal. 476. 

authorities. In treaty. U. S. v. Clarke, 8 ''et. 436 ; Mitchell 

V. U. S. 9, Pet. 711. 

jiirisdiotion. In statute. Babbitt v. Brush, 4 Ind. 355. 

persons. In agrevment. Harv-ey v. Grabham, 5 Ad. & Ell. 75. 

to dispose by will. In statute. Atty.-Gen. v. Hallett. 2 Hurl. 



COMPTBNCY. 
COMPETENT. 



COMPILATION, 
CCMFI.AINT 

COMPLETE. 



& N. 368. 

Story V. Holcombe, 4 McLean, 306. 

In statute. Com. 7/. Haynes, 107 Mass. 166; Campbell 7'. Thompson, 
16 Me. 117; Com. i. Davis, 11 Pick. 436. 

such . In statute. Sweetman v. Guest, L. R., 3 Q. B. 263. 

In contract. Mallan v. Radloff, 17 C. B. (N. S.) 600. 

In statute. Bowman v. City of Boston, 5 Cush. 8. 

machinery to be furnished in the mill. In contract. Grove v. 



COMPLETED. 



Miles. 58 III. 338. 
Neweli V. People, 7 N. Y. 130; Hyannis' Bk. 7'. Moors, 120 Mass. 459; 

Fernald v. Boston, 12 Cush. 574. 
issued and negotiated. In plea. Gardner v. Walsh, 5 El. & 

Bl. 84. 
railway would be . In wag jr. Evans v. Fryer. 10 Ad. & 

Ell. 609. 

when the house is . In order. Russell v. Barry, 115 MaoS. 300. 

COMPLETINQ. In statute. DeGraffz'. St. Paul, etc., R. Co., 23 Minn. 114. 

COMPLETION. of the purchase. In contract. Mattock ?'. Kinglake, 10 Ad. 

& Ell. 56. 

COMPOSINQ-. persons then such company. In statute. Rosevelt v. Brown, 

II N. Y. 148. 
COMPOSITION. Haskins v. Newcomb, 2 Johns. 405. 

In statute. King v. Crisp, ' E. & Aid. 787 ; Tetley j. Texley, 1 El. & 
Bl. 540. 
COMPOUND. In statute, Pennell v. Rhodes, 9 Q. B. 128. 

interest. Camp 7/. Bater, 1 1 Conn. 487. * 

COMPRISED. in. In statute. Knox v. Gage, L. R., 5 H. L. 657. 

COMPROMISE. In con 'ract. Chilton v. Willford, 2 Wis. 6. 

In statute. Sharp v. Knox, 4 La. 456. . 

CONCEAL. Gerry v. Dunham, 57 Me. 339. 

In statute. McElhaney v. State, 24 Ala. 171; Cook v. State, 26 Ga. 
593 ; Dnskell v. Parish, 3 McLean, 631 ; Van Meter v. Mitchell, 3 
Wall. Jr. 317; U. S. -v. Farnsworth, i Mason, i. 



Kii.Ka.'-s ' 



6i.«i.;'-«-»i-?u*--w»a..t^rt'. w- 1-:**.*^)"--^"' -.:aSi»jijti'"-^''t 



CONCEAL. 



:,.) 249; Betts V. 

Benkert, 42 Ala. 
sissippi Cent. R. 
8 Nev. 165. 
/. Hardenburg, i 

3.64. 

ir, 46 Mo. 181. 

»et. 436; Mitchell 

Ind. 355- 

. 5 Ad. & Ell. 75- 

r. Hallett, 2 Hurl. 



bell V. Thompson, 
3 g. B. 263. 

contract. Grove v. 

3ors, 120 Mass. 459". 

• V. Walsh, 5 El. & 

r'. Fryer. 10 Ad. & 

Barry, 1 1 5 Mass. 300. 

Minn. 114. 

V. Kinglake, 10 Ad. 

Rosevelt v. Brown, 
jy J. Teiley, i El. & 

L. 657. 



:00k V. State. 36 Ga. 
I Meter v. Mitchell, a 



CONCEAL. 



73 



CONDITION, 



CONCEAL 



•Coitinu'jd. 

his property and efibots. In statute. Powell v. Matthews, 10 Mo. 50. 

CONCEALED. Harlow v. Tufts, 4 Cush. 448. 

In statute. People v. Miles, 55 Cal. 207 ; U. S. v. 350 Chests of Tea, 
12 Wheat. 489. 

weapons. In statute. Hutchinson v. State, 62 Ala. 3; Owen v. 

State, 31 Ala. 387; Jones 7/. State, 51 Ala. i6. 

oarriea about his person. In statute. Owen 7'. State, 31 Ala. 

387 ; Stockdale v. State, 32 Ga. 225. 

OOlTCEAIiZNa. himself. In statute. Harper v. Pope, 9 Mo. 402. 

CONCEALMEZiPF. Daniels v. Hudson River R. Co., 12 Cush. 416 ; O'Neil v. Grover, 
5 Gray, 159. 

CONCEALS. himself. In statute. North v. Macdonald, i Biss. 57 ; Boggs v. 

Burdskoff, 26 111. 66 ; Dunn v. Salter, i Duv. 342 ; Evans v. Saul, 8 
Mart. (N. S.) 247 ; Lynde v. Montgomery, 1 5 Wend. 461 ; Mayor of 
New York v. Genet, 4 Hun, 487. 

his property. In statute. Clement v. Dudley, 42 N. H. 367. 

the cause of action. In statute. Boyd v. Boyd, 27 Ind. 429 

the crime. In statute. Flee v. State, 13 Ind. 324. 

CONCENTRATED. molasses. In revenue law. Beicher v. Linn, 24 How. 

508. 

CONCERN. accounts as the trade of merchandise between merchant 

and merchant. In statute. Cottam v. Partridge, 4 Man. & G. 277. 

fi9rwhomitmay . In insurance policy. Wise v. St. Louis Ins. 

Co., 23 Mo. 80; Newsonw. Douglass, 7 H. & J. 417 (16 Am. Dec. 317). 

on account of whom it may . In insurance policy. Walsh v. 

Washington Ins. Co., 32 N. Y. 427. 
In statute. Hooper v. Robinson, 8 Otto, 529. 

him to prosecute. In statute. Reg. v. Blank, 15 Q. B. 1061. 

in the loss. In insurance policy. McRossie v. Provincial Ir.s. 

Co. + U. C. (Q. B.) 55- 

forwi m it . In insurance policy. Buck ^'. Chesapeake Ins. Co., 

I Pet. 151. 
CONCESSL Frost v. Raymond, 2 Caines, 188. 
CONCLUDE. In constitution. State v. Waters, i Mo. ( App.) 7. 
CONCLUSION. Ortwein v. Com., 76 Pa. St 414. 
CONCLUSIVE. In statute. . Burrough v. Mhtile, Pen. i9(. 

final and . In agreement. Mussina v. Hertzog, 5 Binney, 387 ; 

Galbreath v. Colt, 4 Yeates, 551. 
In statute. Clarke v. Patterson, 6 Binney, 128. 

CONCUBINAGE, open . In «tatute. Leader v. Tell, 16 C. B. (N. S.) 590. 

CONCURRENCE In constitution. Baulden v. Lockhart, 59 Teni. 262. 
CONOURSO. Schroeders v. Nicholson, 2 La. 350. 

CONDEMNATION. monoy. In bond. Doe v. Daniels, 6 Blackf. 8, 

CONDITION. Laberee v. Carleton, 53 Me. 211 ; Taylor 7/. Mason, 9 Wheat. 325. 

In contract. Meaner v. McKowan, 4 W. & S. 302 ; Hayne v. Cum- 
mins. 16 C. B. (N. S.) 421 
Indeed. Sohier ?/. Trinity Churcli, 109 Mass. i. 
In instruction. Buesching v. St. Louis Gas Co., 73 Mo. 220. 

In will. Attorney-General v. Master Wardens, L. R., 6 H. L. I. 
10 



CONCERNED. 



CONCERNS. 



,,jg,„B((*»ij,.. iWlWlWlW*' ' 



mtmmmmmmsm 



CONDITION. 



74 



CONGREGATION. 



Doe W.Hawkins, 2 



CONDiriON — Continued. 

for the benefit of the grantor. In statute. 

Q. B. 212. 
on that his contracts be complied with. Jn acceptance. U.S. 

V Bank of Memphis, 15 Pet. 377- 
game as when exported. In statute. Knight v. Schell, 24 How. 

upon express . In will. Wright z/. Wilkin. 2 B. & S. 253. 

•CONDITIONAL. liabiUty. In statute. Reitz r/. People, 72 I"- 435- 

limitation. Proprietors v. Grant, 3 Gray, 143 : Stearns v. God- 
frey, 16 Me. 158. 
CONDITIONS. In statute. Peek z^.^R. Co., 10 H. L. Cas. 473; re Coleman, .5 
Blatchf. 417- r ^ 

performed. In plea. Hammettt/. Bullett. i Call. (Va.) 567. 

CONDONATION. Armstrong z/. Armstrong, 32 Miss. 28°; Odom ^- Odom, 36 Ga. 

CONDUCT. cattle. In statute. Triggs 7/. Lester, L. R., i Q. B. 260. 

CONDUCTED, as has been heretofore —. /« ^..^. Harvey z.. Vandergnft, 89 
Pa. St. 346. 

CONDUCTING. actions or suits. In statute. Reg. t/. Priest, 16 Q. B. 44. 

CONEECTIONEBY. In indictment. Com. v. Chase, 125 Mass. 202. 

In statute. Arthur v. Sapham. 6 Otto. 126. 
CONFESSION. People?/. Strong, 30 Cal. 151. 

CONFIDED. female shaU have been In statute. State v. Arnold, 55 Mo. 89. 

CONFIDENCE. game. In statute. Pierce 7/. People. 81 111. 141. 

man. Fausett v. Clark. 48 Md. 494. 

ftiU In will. Coates- Appeal, -. Pa. St. 133: Pennock Estate. 

20 Pa. St. 268. 
CONFIDENTIAL. In letter. Insigi v. Brown. 17 How. 183. 
CONFINE. In statute. U. S. v. Sharp, Pet. C. C. 118. 

__ the master. In statute. 4 Mason, 105. U. S. v. Savage, 5 

Mason, 461 ,, , vt 
the person of any female. In statute. Blight v. Meeker, 7 N. 

J. (L.) 97- 
CONFINED. /" statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 14 Q- B. 328. 
CONFINEMBNT. ,^« statute. U. S .. Sharp. Pet. C. C. . .8 ; U^S .^ Thompson^ J 

Sumn. 168 ; t' "^v. Lawrence, i Cranch, C. C . 94 , U. &. t/. savage, 

5 Mason, 41^0. 
in , In statute. Ex parte Price, 53 Ala. 547- 

CONFIBM. :n statute. Queen v. Mayor, i El. & Bl. 589- 

CONFIRMATION, date of In statute. State .. North Bergen. 39 N J. (L.) 

4.56. 
CONFORMABLY. to the laws. In Constitution. Re Nichols, 8 R. L 55- 

CONFUSION. Palmer w. Burnside, i Woods, 170 

of goods. Hesseltiner/. StockweU,3->Me. 237 . Treat v. Barber. 

7 Conn. 274. 
CONv'^RBQATION. In statute. Lanca;*»r v. Swte. 33 Ala. 398. 

assembled. In statute. Com. v. Jennings. 3 G^att. 624. 




z S. 253. 

35- 

earns v. God- 

Coleman, 15 

(Va.) 567. 
Odom, 36 Ga. 
7 Wis. 252. 
'± 260. 
/^andergrift, 89 

6 Q. B. 44- 



old, 55 Mo. 89. 
ennock Estate, 

3. 7'. Savage, 5 
2>. Meeker, 7 N. 



V. Thompson, i 
U. S. T/. Savage, 



katt. 624. 



CONNECT. 



75 



CON SO LI DA TE. 



GomrECM. 



CONNECTED. 



with. In contract. Truax v. Philadelphia, etc., R. Co., 3 Houst 

553- 
Eakin v. St. Louis, etc., R. Co., 3 Cent. L. J. 656; Kw..uecott v. 
Supervisors, 16 Wall. 452. 

therewith. In statute. Ogbourne v. Ogbourne, 60 Ala. 616. 

— with. In statute. Scarborough v. Smith, 18 Kas. 399. 

With the dwelling-house. In statute. McAllister v. McAllister, 

37 Ala. 484. 

railroads together. In statute. Burtis v. B. & St. L. R. R., 24 

N. Y. 269. 
CONNECTION. In statute. Allison v. Smith, 16 Mich. 405. 

guilty In indictment. State v. George, 7 Ired. (L.) 321. 

CONNECTIONS. Storer v. Wheatley, i Pa. St. 506. 
CONNIVED. 



at the same. In statute. U. S.v. Distillery, 11 Blatchf. 255. 
— at the adiQtery. In statute. Gipps v. Gipps, n H. L. Cas. i. 




CONNIVING. - 

CONSCIENCE. In statute. People v. Stewart, 7 Cal. 144. 

CONSENT. Barnes v. Butcher, 9 C. «& P. 722. 

In constitution. Bouidin v. Lockhart, 59 Tenn. 262. 
In statute. Schmidt v. Mitchell, 84 111. 195; Phelps v. Town of Lew- 
iston, 15 Blatchf. 133. 

in writing of the author. In statute. Morton v. Copeland, 16 

C. B. 535. 

of the people expressed at the ballot-box. In constitution. 

State V. Little Rock, etc., R. Co., 3t Ark. 701. 

or agreement. In statute. Bewley !». Atkinson, 13 Ch. Piv. 

283. 

approve and . In will. Waldron v. Chasteney, 2 Blatchf. 62. 

without her . Com. v. Burke, 105 Mass. 380. 

CONSENTABIiE. line. Brown v. Caldwell, 10 S. & R. 114. 

CONSEQUENCE, in of the intoxication. In statute. Krach z/. Heilman, 53 

Ind. 517. 

CONSEQUENTIAIi. dajiage. Eaton v. R. Co., 51 N. H. 504. 

CONSIDEB. most advantageous. State v. Miller, i Mo. (App.) 50. 

CONSIDERA.TION. Thomas v. Thomas, 2 Q. B. 851 ; Currie v. Mira, L. R., 10 Ex. 162. 
In statute. Martin v. O'Bannan, 35 Ark. 62; Connor r/. Abbott, 35 
Ark. 365. 

in . Dally v. Poolly, 6 Q. B. 495. 

valuable paid. In statute. Doe v. H -swells, 2 B. & Ad. 744. 

CONSIDERED. — - as admitted. Queen v. Sandwich, 2 Q. B. 900. 
CONSIGN. Hardy 7/. Munroe, 127 Mass. 64. 

CONSIGNED. Rolker v. Great Western Ins. Co., 4 Abb. App, Dec. 76. 
In contract. Dittmar 7/. Norman, 118 Mass. 319. 
6 mo. In contract. George v. Joy, 19 N. H. 544. 



CONSIGNEE. 



Lyon V. Alvord, 18 Conn. 80. 

or indorsee for valuable oonsiileration. 



In statute. Meyer v. 



CONSISTING. 
OONSOLIDATB. 



Dresser, i6 C. B. (N. S.) 646. 

of. In will. Faust v. Cook, 6 Mo. (App.) 331. 

Independent Dist. v. Durland, 45 Iowa, 53. 



timktm 



CON SOLI DA TION. 



1^ 



CONTENTS. 



C!ONSOirANT. 
CONSFIBACY 



CONSTABLE. 

CONSTANT. 

CONSTANTLY 



CONSOLIDATION. Buford v. Keokuk N. L. Packet Co., 3 Mo. (App.) 159. 
Kinnersley v. Knott, 7 C. B. 985. 

State V. Younger, 1 Dev. (Law) 357 (17 Am. Dec. 571); Mclntyre 
V. Mancius, 16 Jolins. 592 ; U. S. v. Sacia, 2 Fed. Rep. 754 ; U. S. 
V. Nunnemacher, 7 Biss. in. 
In statute. De Boinville v. A mold, i C. B. (N. S.) 22. 

use. Bodfish v. Bodfish, 105 Mass. 319. 

worked. In insurance policy. Prieger v. Exchange, etc., Ins. 

Co., 6 Wis. 91. 
OONSTITUlfNTS. In deed. Vilas v. Reynolds, 6 Wis. 226. 

CONSTBUCT. to . In statute. Re Fowler, 53 N. Y. 60. 

OONSTBUCTED. Troy Co. v. Odiorne, 17 How. 72. 

In statute. North Eastern R. Co. v. Local Bd., L. R.. 5 Q. B. 157. 

hereafter . In statute. Attorney-General ■:j. Ware River R Co. 

1 1 5 Mass. 400. 
CONSTBUCnON. In statute. Queen v. Carruthers, 4 B. & S. 817. 

and repair of vessels. In statute. The Fer.^x, Sprague, 180 ; 

Donncll v. The Starlight, 103 Mass. 227. 

erection or repair of any building. In mecL-nic's Hen law. 

Rose V. Persse, etc.. Paper Works, 29 Conn. 256. 

of the railway. In statute. Brand t/. R. Co., 7 B. & S. 43. 

or repair of any btiilding. In statute. Knaube 7Mvirchner, 39 

Ind. 217. 

or repairs. In statute. Clinton v. Foster, 103 Mass. 1 ^3. 

CONSTBUCTIVB. total loss. Globe Ins. Co. v. Sherlock, 25 Ohio St. '/^, 

CONSUL. Re Anne, 3 Wheat. 435. ' 

CONSUMED. In indictment. Com. v. Tucker, 1 10 Mass. 403. 

CONSUMMATION, final . In statute. Re King, 3 Fed. Rep. 839. 

CONTAINED. in a frame bam. In policy of insurance. McCluer v. Girard 

F. & M. Ins. Co., 43 la. 349. 

in engine-house No. 2. In policy of insurance. Annapolis, etc., 

R. Co. V. Baltimore Fire, Ins. Co., 32 Md. 37 (3 Am. Rep. 112). 
CONTAININa. In contract. Beckh v. Page, 5 C. B. (N. S.) 7. 
In deed. Powell v. Lyles, i Murph. 348. 

by estimation. In deed. Tarbell v. Bowman, 103 Mass. 342. 

CONTEMPLATED. passage way. In deed. Tufts v. Charleston, 2 Gray, 273. 

CONTEMPLATION, in of bankruptcy. In statute. Re Johann, 2 Biss. 139: 

Morgan z/. Bundsett, 5 B. & Ad. 296; Buckingham v. McLean, 13 
How. 150; Rison v. Knapp, i Dill. 186 ; Martin v. Toof, i Dill. 203; 
Heroy v. Kerr, 8 Bosw. 194 ; Everett?'. Stone, 3 Story, 446 ; Arnold 
V. Maynard, 2 Story, 349; Atkinson r/. Farmers' Bank, Crabbe, 529; 
Ashby V. Steere, 2 Woodb. & M. 347 ; Jones v. Howland, 8 Mete. 
377 ; re Crafts, 6 Blatchf. 177. 

Ex parte Cohen, 5 Cal. 494; Lyon v. Lyon, 21 Conn 199. 

construotiTe . Androscoggin R. Co. v. Androscoggin, 49 Me. 

392- 

criminal . In statute. Robbiiis v. Gorham, 25 N. Y. 588; An- 
droscoggin, etc., R. Co. V. Androscoggin, 49 Me. 392. 

of any promissory note o^* other chose in action. In statute. 

Barney v. Globe Bank, 5 ^^latchf. 107. 



CONTEMPT. 



CONTENTS. 



■>,'mmxt>-- 




NTENTS. 
159. 

I ; Mclntyre 
J. 754 ; U. S. 



ge, etc., Ins. 



3. B. 157. 
River R Co. 



3prague, i8o; 
tic's Hen law. 

I. & s. 43. 

•J. k'irchner, 39 

iss. ^M- 

hio St. :". 

> 

luer V. Girard 

Lnnapolis, etc., 
Rep. 112). 



} Mass. 342. 
in, 2 Gray, 273. 

in, 2 Biss. 139; 
V. McLean, 13 
Dof, 1 Dill. 203; 
•y, 446; Arnold 
k, Crabbe, 529 ; 
•wland, 8 Mete. 

99- 

coggin, 49 Me. 

>I. Y. 588 ; An- 

on. In statute* 



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77 



CONTRACT. 



CONTENTS. 

CONTENTS— Continued. ~" 

unknown. In bill of lading. Clark v. Barnwell, 12 How. 272. 

-— were made known and explained, in statute. Bohan v. 
Casey, 5 Mo. (App.) 106. 

CONTESTED. election. In statute. Steele t/. Wear. 54 Mo. 53, 

CONTIGXTOUS. Chapman v. Cook, lo R. I. 304. 

In insurance policy. Arkell v. Commerce Ins. Co., 69 N. Y. 191. 

oroparty. In constitution. Guild w. Chicago, 82 III 472 

CONTINOBNCY /« statute. Boyd .. Robins. 4 C B. (N. S.), 750: Hopkins z.. 
Thomas, 7 C. B. (N. S.), 716. 

**^y . In statute. Adams z/. Bigelow, 1 28 Mass. 365. 

due absolutely and not on any . in statute. Ware z/. Gowin. 

65 Me. 534 ; Dwinel v. Stone, 30 Me. 384. 

liability to pay money upon a . in statute. Parker z/ I nee 

4 Hurl. & N. 54. ' 

CONTINOENT. claim. In statute. Scars r.. Willis, 7 Allen, 430. 

debts. In statute. Zimmer z/. Schleehauf, 115 Mass. 52. 

demand. In statute. Maguire v. Rippen, 44 Mo. 512: French 

V. Morse, 2 Gray, in. 

estate. Jennison v. Blowers, 5 Barb. 686 ; Sheridan v. House. 

4 Abb. App. Dec. 218. 

expenses, in will. Attorney-General z/. Union Soc, 1 16 Mass. 

167. 

liability. Boutel v. Owens, 2 Sandf. 655 ; re Loder, 4 Ben. 305, 

328. 

Belknap v. Belknap, 2 Johns. Ch. 463 (7 Am. Dec. 548). 

a stockholder, in contract. Bacon v. Pomeroy, 104 Mass. t;jT. 

in charge. In statute. Chaneyz/. Paine, i Q. B. 713. 

in office. In bond. Mutual Loan, etc., Co. v. Price, 16 Fla. 204. 

in said office. In statute. Mayor v. Oswald, 3 Ell. & Bl. 670. 

so incorporated. In statute. Reg. v. Register, 10 Q. B. 839. 

to occupy. In statute. Walters v. People, 18 III. 199; 21 111. 

178. 

to practice. In statute. Wilton v. Chambers, 7 Ad. & Ell. 524. 

charge. In statute. Lilford v. Attorney-General, L. R. 2 H. 

L. Cas. 63. •> • 

In statute. Lilford v. Attorney-General, L. R., 2 H. 



CONTINUE. 



CONTIN UING 



CONTINUOUS. 



— interest. 

L..Cas. 63. 

— ofibnse. 

— trustee. 



In statute. Marshall v. Smith, L. R., 8 C. P. 417. 
Re East, L. R., 8 Ch. App. 735. 



adverse use. Davidson v. Nicholson, 59 Ind. 411. 

use. Bodfish v. Fox, 105 Mass. 319. 

passage. 



In ticket. Cody v. Central Pacific R. Co, 4 Saw- 



CONTBAOT. 



oue- 

yer, 117. 

Holtzz/. Schmidt, 59 N. Y. 253; Willetts v. Sun Mut. Ins. Co., 45 N. 
Y. 45 : H.immond v. Shepard, 40 How. Pr. 452 ; Adams z'. Honess 
62 Barb. 326 ; L'Amoroux v. Gould, 7 N. Y. 349 ; Sanders v. Gil- 
lespie, 59 N. Y. 250 ; Cope v. Atkinson. 8 Ex . .85 ; Fletcher v. Peck 
6 Cranch,87 : Sturgis v. Crowninshield, 4 Wheat. 122 ; McNulty v. 



■mf'^ 



CONTRACT. 



78 



CONTRACTED 



QOTSP^BJiXIS — Continued. 

Prenticu, 25 Barb. 204; Pelham v. State, 30 Tex. 422; Atwater z/. 

Lockwood, 39 Conn. 45 ; Belfiist, etc., R. Co. v. Unity, 62 Me. 148; 

Quinby v. Vanderbilt, 17 N. Y. 306 ; Safford v. Wykoff, 4 Hill, 442 ; 

State V. Brown, 28 Miss. 810. 
In constitution. New Orleans, etc., R. Co. v. Harris, 27 Miss. 517; 

Micon V. Bridge Co., 47 Ala. 65: •, Alabama R. Co. v. Burkett, 46 

Ala. 569 ; Mobile Comm. v. Putnam, 44 Ala. 506. 
In statute. Gay v. State, 7 Kas. 394 ; De Barre %>. Livingston, 48 Barb. 

511 ; U. S. V. Learned, i Abb. U. S. 442; U. S. v. Smith, i Sawy. 

192 ; Burnes v. Simpson, 9 Kas. 658. 
oonoerning an interest in land. In statute. Toppin v. Loomis^ 

16 C. B. 140. 
for the benefit of her fkmily. In statute. National Bank v. 

Smith, 43 Conn. 330; Smith v. Williams, 43 Conn. 417. 
for the benefit of herself. In statute. Gore v. Carl, 47 Conn. 

291. 
for sale, sell and convey. In power of attorney. Peck v. Har- 
riott, 6 S. & R. 146 (9 Am. Dec. 415). 
for the payment of interest. In statute. Hubbard v. Callahan^ 

42 Conn. 525. 
for the payment of money only. In statute. Grant v. Dabney, 

19 Kas. 390; Johnson v. Martin, 54 Ala. 271 ; Morrow v. Wood, 57 

Ala. I ; Masterson v. Gibson, 56 Ala. S7 ; Johnson v. Maxey, 45 

Ala. 521. 
for the sale of goods. In statute. Allen v. Jarvis, 20 Conn. 

39; Gardner v. Joy, 9 Mete. 179 ; Garbutt v. Watson, 5 B. & Aid. 

613. 

for the sale of lands. In statute. Brackett %>. Evans, i Cush. 79. 

in respect to her property. In statute. Muzzey v. Reardon,. 

57 N. H. 378. 
in writing with a person. In statute. Pooley v. Dri\-ei, s Ch. 

Div. 458. 
made between the plaintiff and any other person. In tatute^ 

Dowbeggin v. Harrison, 9 B. & C. 668. 

marriage. In statute. Frost v. Vought, 37 Mich. 65. 

obligation or liability. In city charter. McGalhn v. City of 

Cohoes, 74 N. Y. 387 (30 Am. Rep. 387). 

of manufacture. Cain v. Weston, 20 Wis. 102. 

■ of sale. Cain v. Weston, 26 Wis. loa. 

or cause of action. In statute. Wright v. Gilbert, 51 Md. 147. 

promise or agreement. In statute. Kidson v. Turner, 3 Huri. 

& N. 583. 

to serve. In statute. Hardy %>. Rvle, 9 B. & C. 610. 

action arising on . In statute. McCoun z/. H. R. R. R., 50 N. 

Y. 176. 

action founded on . In sttemte. Pontifex v. R. Co , 3 Q. B> 

Div. 27 ; Tatton v. R. Co., 2 El. & El. 851. 

special . In statute. Peek v. R. Co., 10 H. L. Cas. ,4.73. 

CONTRACTED. In statute. Veltman v. Thompson, 3 N. Y. 439; Smith v. Oman. 17 

Wis. 397. 



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■■ lLa B J i !L!J W .;, ' -fLfJM ? iJ-. 



• ^ W W ! ~tJWi '' S tf ?n 



RACTED 



; Atwater v. 

, 62 Me. 148-, 

4 Hill, 442 ; 

7 Miss. 517? 
. Burkeit, 46 

ton, 48 Barb, 
nith, I Sawy. 

)in V. Loomis^ 

ional Bank v. 

1- 

:arl, 47 Conn. 

Peck V. Har- 

d V. Callahan, 

mt V. Dabney, 
,w V. Wood, 57 
1 V. Ma'xey, 43 

arvis, 20 Conn. 
)n, S B. & Aid. 

ans, I Cush. 79- 
sey V. Reardon, 

V. Drivei, S Ch. 

raon. In -tatute, 

;h. 65. 

Sifrin V. City of 



bert, 51 Md. i47- 
■. Turner, 3 Hurl. 

, 610. 
R. R. R., 50 N. 

R. Co . 3 Q- B. 

Cas. 473- 

smith V. Oman, 17 



CONTBACTOR. 



79 



CONVENIENT. 



CONTBABY. 



OOHTBIBUTE. 



COITTBACTOJEl. In statute. Peters v. St. L. I. M. R. R., 24 Mo. 586 ; Kent v. New 
York, etc., R. Co., 12 N. Y. 628; Warner z/. Hudson River R. Co., 
5 How. Pr. 454 ; Mundt v. Sheboygan, etc., R. Co., 31 Wis. 451. 

CONTBACTORS. laborers and workmen. In statute. Pennsylvania R. Co. z/. 

Leuffer, 24 Pitts. L. J. 177. 
CONTRACTS. In statute. Allison v. Hubbell, 17 Ind. 559; Jones v. Hawkins, 17 Ind. 
550; Barkshire v. State, 7 Ind. 389; Foulke v. R. Co., 51 Cal. 365 , 
State V. Weatherwax, 12 Kas 463 ; Niblack v. Goodman, 67 Ind. 
178. 

In constitution. Arkansas Co. v. Kearney, 31 Ark. 264; Washington 
Bridge Co. v. State, 18 Conn. 54. 

bargains, agreements, policies and other instruments. In 

insurance charter. Ins. Co. v. fcolt, 20 Wall. 560. 

in writing. la statute. Insurance Building Co. v. National 

Bank, 5 Mo. (App.) 333. 

debts, and other engagements. In statute. Campbell v. Per- 
kins, 8 N. Y. 430. 

intention. In statute. Coote v. Lowndes, L. R., 10 Eq. Cas. 376 ; 

Lewis 7/. Lewis, L. R., 13 Eq. Cas. 218. 

or other intention. In statute. Re Newmarch, 27 W. R. 104. 

to law. In statute. Bosseker v. Cramer, 18 Ind. 44. 

In indictment. Hudson .7/. State, i Blackf. 318. 

to said statutes. In indictment. Blydenburgh v. Miles, 39' 

Conn. 484. 

McMurray v. McHugh, 9 Cush. 166. 

In statute. Bush v. Murray, 66 Me. 472 ; Tuff v. Warman, 5 C. B. (N. 

S.) 585; Button z/. R. Co., 18 N. Y. 248 ; Johnson v. R. Co., 20 N. Y. 74. 

CONTBIBUTINO-. inhabitant . In statute. Reg. z'. Kershaw, 6 El. & Bl. 1006. 

CONTBXBUnON. Campbell z/. Moiser, 4 Johns. Ch. 334; Peck v. Ellis, 2 Johns. 
Ch. 131 ; Miller •,■. Fenton, 11 Paige, 18; Aspinwall v. Sacchi, 57 
N. Y. 331 ; Stearub v. Cooper, 1 Johns. Ch. 425 ; Taylor v. Porter, 
7 Mass. 355 ; Cheeseborough v. Millard, i Johns. Ch. 425 ; Hick- 
man v. McCurdy, 7 J. J. Marsh. 559 ; Veile v. Hoag, 24 Vt. 46 ; Way- 
land V. Tucker, 4 Gratt. 268; Couch v. Terry, 12 Ala- 225; White 
V. Banks, 21 Ala. 705; Russell z/. Failer, i Ohio St. 327; Bartle w. 
Nutt, 4 Pet. 184 ; Moore v. Appleton, 26 Ala. 633 ; Armstrong Co. 
z/. Clarion Co., 66 Pa. St. 218; Acheson v. Miller, 2 Ohio St. 203, 
CONTBIBnTCBY. In statute. Norris v. Cattle, 2 H. L. Cas. 647 ; Hutton v. UpfelU 

2 H. L. Cas. 674 ; re Angelsea Colliery Co., L. R., 2 Eq. Cas. 379. 
CONTBOVEB8TE8. Ir constitution. Sewing Machine Co.'s Case, 18 Wall. 553. 

of a civil nature. In statute. State v. State, 12 Pet. 657. 

which might be the subject of a personal action at law or 

of a suit in equity. In statute. Henderson v. Adams, 5 Cush. 
612. 
CONTBOVEBSY. In statute. Sands v. Harvey, 4 Abb. App. Dec. 147 ; Board of 
Comms. V. Kansas, etc., R. Co., 4 Dill. 277 ; Craigie v. McArthur, 
* 4 Dill. 474. 

litigation or .. In statute. Reg. v. Commrs., 15 Q. B. 563. 

OONVEinEirF. In charter. Davis v. Waddington, 7 Man. & G. 40. 

In contract. Newsam v. Finch, 25 Barb. 175. 

and necessary. In statute. Abson v. Fenton, i B. & C. 203. 



I P V^ I I <»ll l ll 



CONVENIENT. 



80 



CONVICTED. 



CONVilNIENT— Continued. 

place. St. Helen's Co. 7/. Tripping, <i H. L. Cas. 642. 

speed. In charter-party. Tanabochea v. Hicicie, I Hurl. & N. 

185. 

as may be most 

C. E. Green, 49; Easton 

49. 

payable as . In contract. Black z/. Batchelder, 120 Mass. 171. 

CONVEBSION. Bell v. Layman, i T. B. Mon. 39 (15 Am. Dec. 83); Hale v. Ames, 2 
T. B Mon. 143 (15 Am. Dec. 151) ; Burroughs 7/. Bayne, 5 Hurl. & 



/// statute. Attorney-General v. Railroad, 9 
V. New York, etc., R. Co., 24 N. J. (Eq.) 



COirVEBTED. 
CONVEY. 



N. 300 ; Keyworth v. Hill, 3 B. & Aid. 687 ; Bowlin v. Nye, loCush. 

416; Clark z/. Whitaker, i9Conn. 319, Murray z/. Burling, loJohns. 

172; Spencer?/. Blackman, 9 Wend. 167 ; Connah v. Hale, 23 Wend. 

462, Bristol V. Burt, 7 Johns. 254; Reynolds z/. Shuler, 5 Cow. 323; 

Fouldes V. Willoughby, 8 M. & W. 540. 

fraudulent . In statute. Com. v. Tenney, 97 Mass. 50. 

In plea. Lancashire Wagon Co. v. Fitzhugh, 6 Hurl. & N. 507. 
Spicer 7/. Norton, 13 Barb. 542; Dickinson v. Abrahams, 21 Barb. 

551- 
In contract. Abendroth v. Town of Greenwich, 29 Conn. 356 ; Law- 
rence V. Dale, II Vt. 549; Woodcock v. Bennett, i Cow. 711; 

Fuller 7/. Hubbard. 6 Cow. 13; re Hunter, i Edw. i. 

In deed. Patterson 7/. Conneal, 3 A. K. Marsh. 618 (13 Am. Dec. 

128). 

In statute. Pickett v. Buckner, 45 Miss. 226. 

and devise. In statute. White v. Wager, 25 N. Y. 3:' 3. 

COMVEyAIVCE. Odd Fellows Savings Bank v. Banton, 46 Cal. 603 ; Babcock v. 

Hoey, II Iowa, 375; Klein v. McNamara, 54 Miss. 104; Warner 7/. 

Rogers, 23 Minn. 34. 
In statute. Evans v. Wilder, 7 Mo. 359 ; Bank %>. Frank, 45 N. Y. 404 ; 

Call V. Hastings, 3 Cal. 184; Wilcoxson v. Miller, 49 Cal. 193; 

White?*. Fitzgerald, 19 Wis. 480 ; Jones v. Marks, 47 Cal. 342 ; The 

Golden Gate, i Newb. (Adm.) 308 ; Mott v. Ruckman, 3 Blatchf. C. 

C. 71 ; Palmer v. Bates, 22 Minn. 532 ; Livermore v. Bagley, 3 Mass. 

487 ; Foster v. Brijgs, 3 Mass, 313. 
of real estate. In statute. Mayor of N. Y. v. Mabie, 13 N. Y. 

151. 

of real property .r In statute. Savings Bank v. Banton, 46 Cal. 

604. 

provided for the cransportation of passengers. In accident 

insurance ticket. Brown v. R'y Pass. Ins. Co., 45 Mo. 223. 
deed of founded upon a grant. In statute. Love v. Love, 2 

Yerg. 288. 
traveling by public or private . In acudent insurance policy. 

Ripley v. Ins. Co., 16 Wall. 336. 
OONVEYAITOES. In statute. Smith v. Hutchings, 30 Mo. 380. 
CONVBYED. Mechanic's, etc., Banks' Appeal, 31 Conn. 69 ; Jones v. Davis, 22 Wis. 

424. , 

In deed. Edelman v. Yeakel, 27 Pa. St. 26. 

In statute. Ritter v. Democratic Press Co., 68 Ma 459 ; Blanfus v. 
People, 69 N. Y. 107; Faunce v. People, 51 III. 311; Burgess v. 
Boetefeur, 7 M. & G. 494. 



CONVICTED. 



ryiCTED. 



42. 
Hurl. & N. 

Railroad, 9 
4 N. J. (Eq.) 

Mass. 17'- 
le V. Ames, a 
le, 5 Hurl. & 
«Jye, loCush. 
ng, 10 Johns, 
ale, 23 Wend. 
, 5 Cow. 323; 

. 50. 

t N. 507. 
ms, 21 Barb. 

in. 356; Law- 
I Cow. 711; 

(13 Am. Dec. 



I. y.i. 

»3 ; Babcock v. 

04; Warner w. 

;,45N. Y.404: 
r, 49 Cal. 193; 
Cal. 342 : The 
n, 3 Blatchf. C. 
Bagley, 3 Mass. 

tfabie, 13 N. Y. 

Ban ton, 46 Cal. 

rs. In accident 

id. 223. 

Love V. Love, 2 

insurance policy. 



I. Davis, 22 Wis. 



459; Blanfusw. 
31 1 : Burgess v. 



CONVICTED. 



81 



CORPORATE- 



CONVIOTED — Continued. 

felon. In libel. Leyman v. Latimer, 3 Ex. Div. 353. 

every person of felony. In statute. Queen v. Vine, L. R., 10 

Q B. 200. 



ooinnoTiON 



CONVOY. 
OOOFEB. 
OOPFEB. 



OOPFEBED. 

COPIED. 

COPY. 



COPYHOLD. 
COPXBIGHT. 

COBD. 

COBDS. 
OOBN^ 



COBMEB. 

COBONEB. 

COBFOBAl.. 

COBPOBATE. 

II 



. Mason v. Staples, 48 Me. 123; Shepherd v. People, 24 How. Pr. 38; 
Com. T*. Lockwood, 109 M.iss. 323; State v. Alexander. 76 N. C. 
231. 

In offer of reward. Williams v. U. S., 1 2 Ct. of CI. .192. 

In constitution. U. S. v. Watkinds, 6 Fed. Rep. 152. 

In statute. Messner v. People, 45 N. Y. i ; Com. v. Gorham, 99 Mass. 

420; State 7/. Foreman, 3 Mo. 602; Com. v. Lockwood, 109 Mass. 

324; Canfield z/. Mitchell, 43 Conn. 172. 

after . In constitution. State v. Nichols, 26 Ark. 74 (7 Am. Rep. 

600) ; State v. Alexander, 76 N. C. 231 (22 Am. Rep. 675). 
In insurance policy. Christian v, Ditchell, Pcake Add. Cas. 143, note. 
U. S. V. Thompson, i Sumn. 169. 
cash. In statute. Crocker z*. Redfield, 4 Blatchf. 378. 

when old and fit only to be remanufaotured. In statute. 

Crocker v. Redfield, 4 Blatchf. 378. 

ship. In marine policy. Hazard v. N. E. Ins. Co, 8 Pet. 557 ; i 

Sumn. 218. 

for return. In survey. Wilson v. Stoner, 9 S. & R. 39 (1 1 Am. 

Dec. 664). 

Calling V. Treweek, 6 B. & C. 395 ; Millard v. Taylor, 4 Burr. 2396. 

In statute. Olcott v. Bynum, 17 Wall. 44; Stov/e v. Thames, 2 Wall. 
Jr. S47; Rogers v. Jewett, 12 Month. Law Rep. (N. S.) 369; West 
V. Francis, 5 B. & Aid. 743 ; Cook v. Vaughan, 4 M. & W. 69 ; Ros- 
siter V. Hall, 5 Blatchf. 363. 

any print.' In statute. Gambert v. Ball, 14 C. B. (N. S.) 320. 

of any print. In statute. West v. Francis, 5 B. & Aid. 739. 

a of its articles of association. In statute. West Winstead Sav- 
ing Association v. Ford, 27 Conn. 282. 

other . In will. Vick v. Sueter, 3 Ell. & Bl. 233. 

Baker v. Selden, 1 1 Otto, 99. 

In contract. Sims v. Marryatt, 17 Q. B. 289. 

Kennedy v. Oswego, etc., R. Co., 67 Barb. 169. 

of wood. In statute. Pray w. Burbank, 12 N. H. 267. 

In plea. Colton v. King, 2 Allen, 317. 

In insurance policy. Mason v. Fkurray, Park, on Ins. 245; Moody v. 

Surridge, Park, on Ins. 245 ; Scott v. Bourdillion, 2 Bos. & Pul. (N. 

R.>2i4. 

In statute. Suilins v. State, 53 Ala. 474; Com. v. Pine, 2 Pa. L. J. 

154. 
Sampson v. Shaw, loi Mass. 145. 

In statute. Re Cavan Presentment, i Jebb. 213. 

imbecility. In plea. Ferris w. Ferris, 8 Conn. 166. 

oath. Jackeon v. State, i Ind. 184. 

authorities. In constitution. Hessley v. Commrs., 53 III. 105. 

buildings. In statute. Reg. v. Connel, 8 Q. B. 928. 



I 



ji 



!smss^'^m^^:s^i!^^r>h!K ^m^ ' m^mim ' M<)ti!m»rh 



CORPORATE. 



8a 



CORRUPTLY- 



UOBFOBATE — (oiitinucd. 

ezistenoe. In statute. Hurt v. Salisbury, 55 Mo. 310. 

property. In statute. Wentham v. Norfolk, 114 Mass. 555. 

purposes. In constitution. F'uople v. Trustees of Schools, 78 

111. 137; Livingston Co. v. Weider, 64 111. 427; McCullie v. Mayor 
• of Chattanooga, 3 Head, 317; Chicago, etc., R. Co. 7a Smith, 62 

111. 268 ; Taylor v. Thompson, 42 III. 9. 
OORFOBATION. Trustees of Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 4 Wheat. 636 ; Provi- 
dence Bank z/. Billings, 4 Pet. 562; Paschall v. Whitsett, 11 Ala. 
472 ; Sutton's Hospital Case, 10 Coke, 32 ; Smith v. Myers, 15 Cal. 
33 ; Price v. Sacramento Co., 6 Cal. 254 ; Weary v. State University, 
42 la. 335 i Chisholm's Exr. v. Georgia, 2 Dallas, 419. 

In statute. Wallace v. Lawyer, 54 Ind. 501 ; Browser v. New England 
Ins. Co., 21 Wis. 560: Middough v. St. J. «fc D. R. R., 51 Mo. 520; 
Georgia v. Atkins, i Abb. U. S. 22; Farnsworth v. F". H. A. R. R., 
29 Mo. 75, Trustees, etc., v. Jordan, 33 Me. 528; States. Atkins, 
35 Ga. 315 Queen v. Whitmarsh, 14 Q. B. 804; Hixon v. George, 
18 Kas. 253; Hixon v George, 18 Kas. 255 , Memphis v. Laski, 9 
Heisk. 511 ; Linehan v. Cambridge, 109 Mass. 213. 

aggregate. Brunswick v. Dunning, 7 Mass. 447 , Weston v. 

Hunt, 2 Mass. 501 , Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 4 Wheat. 
518; Thomas v. Dakin, 22 Wend. 9, People v. Assessors, i Hill, 
6i6. 

of another state. In statute. Smith v. Pac. R. R., 61 Mo. 17. 

sole. Brunswick v. Dunning, 7 Mass. 447; Weston v. Hunt, 2 

Mass. 501 ; Bank of Havana v. Wickham, 7 Abb. Pr. 134; Gleaves 
V. Parfit, 7 C. B. (N. S.) 838. 

any person or . In statute. Wallace v. Lawyer, 54 Ind. 501. 

foreign . In statute. Oliver v. Liverpool, etc., Ins. Co., loo 

Mass. 531 ; 10 Wall. 566. 

moneyed . In statute. Mut. Ins. Co. v. Supervisors, 4 N. Y. 

442. 

moneyed business or commeroial . In statute. Winter v. 

Iowa R. R., 2 Dill. 487. 

private . Dartmouth College 7>. Woodward. 4 Wheat. 518; 

Rundle v. Delaware, etc., Canal, 1 Wall. Jr. 275 ; Logwood %>. Hunts- 
ville Bk., Minor, 23; Cleveland v. Stewart, 3Ga. 283. 

public . Tinsman v. Belvidere, etc., R. Co.. 26 N. J. (L.) 148 ; 

Ten Eyck v. Delaware, etc., R. Co., 18 N. J. (L.) 200. 

COBBECT. Adams v. Macfarlane, 65 Me. 143. 

In insurance policy. Fowkes v. Ins. Co., 3 B. & S. 925. 

description. In statute, Jordon v. South Fork Canal Co., i 

McAllister, 513. 

COBROBOBATED. by other evidence. In statute. Evans v. Evans, 41 Cal. 

108. 

COBBOB321ATINO. circumstances. State ?'. Guild, 5 Halst. 163 (18 Am. 

Dec. 404). 
CX)BBUFT. In statute. Henslow v. Fausett, 3 Ad. & Ell. 55. 

bargain. In statute. Re Kingston Election, 30 U. C. C. P. 388. 

COBBUPTING. In statute. Harding v. Stokes, 2 M. & W. 233. 
CORRUPTLY. In statute. Cooper v. Slade, 8 El. & Bl i i6o. 



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lass. SSS- 
r Schools, 78 
llie V. Mayor 
7>. Smith, 62 

i. 636 ; Provl- 
tsett. II Ala. 
flyers, 15 Cal. 
le University, 

New England 
I., 51 Mo. 520; 
J. H. A. R. R.. 
tate V. Atliins, 
con V. George, 
his V. Laslti. 9 

47 , Weston V. 
irard, 4 Wheat, 
isessors, i Hill, 

R., 61 Mo. 17. 
5ton V. Hunt. 2 
r. 134; Gleaves 

54 Ind. 501. 
, Ins. Co., 100 

rvisors, 4 N. Y. 

Hte. Winter v. 

4 Wheat. 5 '8; 
gwood V. Hunts- 

'3- 

, N. J. (L.) 148 ; 



5- 

ork Canal Co., 1 

V. Evans, 41 Cal. 

list. 163 (18 Am. 

30U.C.C.P.388. 



COST. 



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COUNTRIES. 



COST. 



COSTS. 



CX)TTAOE. 

COTTAGES. 

COTTON. 



Goodwin V, United States, 2 Wash. 493 ; Grey v. Harper, I Story, 
574. 

price. In contract. Bush v. Bush. 18 N. Y . 337 ; Herst v. Cor- 

neau, i Sweeney, 590. 

McDonald v. Page, Wright, 121 ; Wallace v. Coates, 1 Ashmead, no; 
Apperson v. Mut. Ben. Ins. Co., 38 N. J. (L.) 333; Tillman v. Wood, 
58 Ala. 578. 

hi judgment. Chase v. De Wolf. 69 III. 47. 

In order. Kingw. Moate, 3 B. & Adol. 238. 

Charges and expenses. Scott v. Taylor, 14 Barb. 202. 

in the cause. Pugh v. Kerr, 6 M. & W. 20. 

of suit. Kitchen v. Woodin, i Hugh. 340. 

of the cause. In order. Rigby v. Okell, 7 B. & C. 57. 

shall be paid by the State. In statute. State v. Brigham. 61 

Mo. 258. 

that have accrued. In contract. Tallahassee Co. v. Glenn, 50 

Ala. 489. 

ftill and expenses. In statute. Hyde v. Mayor of Manchester, 

12 C. B. 475. 

Rex V. Prattle, i Strange, 405. 

t"W^o • In will. Doez/. Hubbard, 15 Q. B. 247. 

State V. Borroum, 23 Miss. 478. 

and woolen waste. In insurance policy. Elliott v. Hamilton 

Ins. Co., 13 Gray, 139. 

braids. In statute. Arthur v. Stephani, 6 Otto, 125. 

laces. In statute. Steedman v. Maxwell, 3 Blatchf. 366. 

manufectures of. In statute. Arthur v. Herman, 6 Otto. 141; 

Arthurs, Rhems, 6 Otto. 143; Kohlsaat v. Murphy, 6 Otto, 153; 

Fish V. Arthur, 13 Otto, 431. 

the to be taken ftom the quay. In statute. Neill v. Whit- 
worth, 18 C. B. (N. S.) 443. 
COUNCIL. In statute. Queen v. Roberts, 7 Ad. & Ell. 433, 441. 
COUNCILLOHS. In statute. Queen v. Roberts, 7 Ad. & Ell. 433, 441. 

COUNSEL. aid, abet or procure. In statute. Howells v. Wynne, is C. B. 

(N. S.) II. 

COUNTER-CLAIM. White v. Reagan, 32 Ark. 281. 

In statute. Pellas v. Ins. Co., 5 C. P. Div. 35; Macdougall v. 
Maguire, 35 Cal. 274 ; Hay v. Short, 49 Mo. 139 ; Vassear v. Living- 
ston, 13 N. Y. 248; Silliman v. Eddy, 8 How. Pr. 122; Gage v. 
Angell, 8 How. Pr. 335; Davidsons. Livingston, 12 How. Pr. 10; 

Conner v. Winton, 7 Ind. 523 ; Dietrich v. Koch, 35 Wis. 618. 

COUNTERFEIT. coin. Queen v. Hermann, L. R., 4 Q. B. Div. 284. 

COUNTERPART. Doe v. Smith, 8 Ad. & Ell. 265. 

COUNTERSIGNED, bank bill by the cashier. In statute. Cain z/. Boy nton, 

10 Mass. 34. 

CO UNTIE S. Eagle v. Beard, 33 Ark. 497. 
COXJNTINO-HOUSE. Reg. v. Potter, 2 Den. C. C. 235. 

COUNTRIES. beyond the Cape of Good Hope. In statute. Campbell v. 

Barney, 5 Blatchf. 221. 



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COUNTBY. Tn statute. Stairs v. Peaslee, i8 IFow. 521; United Status v. The 

Recorder, i Biatchf. 218. 

store. Elliott v. Hamilton Ins, Co., 13 Gray, 139. 

COUNTY. Patterson v. Temple, 27 Ark. 207 ; Commr's v. Comm'rs, 50 Md. 24$. 

/// const it ut ion. State v. Finn, 4 Mo. (App.) 347 ; State v. Walton, 69 

Mo. 556. 
/// statute. Queen v. Peace, 5 Q. B. Di\'. 3S7 ; Reg. v. R. Co., 3 Q. B. 

333, County Court v. Griswold, 58 Mo. 175. 

authorities, fn statute. Glenn v. Comm'rs, 6 Rich. (S. C.) 412. 

board. In constitution. Broadwell v. People, 76 III. 554 ; Hughes 

V. People, 82 III. 78. 
bridge. In statute. Queen v. Chart, L. R., i C. C. R. 237 ; 

Taylor v. Davis Co., 40 Iowa, 295. 
court. In statute. Palmer 7/. Craddock, i Sneed, 215; County 

of St. Clair v. Irwin, 15 III. 54; Bowling Green R. Co. v. Warren 

Co. Ct., 10 Bush, 711. 
officers. In constitution. Sheboygan Co. v. Parker, 3 Wall. 93 ; 

State V. Glenn, 7 Heisk. 472. 
purposes. In statute. McCormick v. Fitch, 14 Minn. 352; 

Louisville, etc., R. Co. v. County Ct,, i Sneed, 637 ; State v. 

Seaman, 23 Ohio St. 389. 
any . In statute. O'Brien v. Vulcan Iron Works, 7 Mo. (App.) 

259. 
any city or town. In constitution. Jordan v. Cass Co., 3 Dill. 

184 ; Harshman v. Baker Co., 2 Otto, 569. 

court of the . Palmer 7/. Craddock, i Sneed. 214. 

COTTFIiED. with an interest. Hunt z/. Rousmanicr, 8 Wheat. 174. 

COUPON. Myers v. York, etc., R. Co., 43 Me. 232; McKenzie v. Montreal, etc., 

Ins. Co., 27 U. C. C. P. 224. 
COUBSE. = of entail. Sackville v. Holmesdale, L. R., 4 H. L. 543. 

COUBT. Hendrick v. Hendrick, 28 Ind. 291 ; Tutt v. People, 36 N. Y. 431 ; 

Johnson v. Lewis, i Rich. 390; Mealing^/. Pace, 14 Ga. 596; Hobart 

V. Hobart, 45 Iowa, 501 ; Gurnee v. Co. of Brunswick, 1 Hugh. 270. 
In constitution. People v. Van Allen, 55 N. Y. 31 ; Malone v. Murphy ; 

2 Kas. 450. 
In rule. Dyckmanz/. McDonald, 5 How. Pr. 121 ; Osborne v. Betts, 

8 How. Pr. 31. 

In statute. Michigan, etc., R. Co. v. R. Co., 3 Ind. 239; Gold v. Ver- 
mont, etc., R. Co., 19 Vt. 475. 

before whom the action is tried. In statute. Cooley v. East- 
man, 57 N. H. 503. 

having a seal. Ingoldaby v. Juan, 12 Cal. 564. 

of chancery. In bond. Morgan v. Morgan, 4 Gill & J. 395. 

In statute. Stoc'r i R. Co. v. Brown, 9 H. L. Cas. 246. 

of civil judicature. In statute. Shrewsbury Peerage, 7 H. L. 

Cas. I. 

of record. Searcy z/. Hogan, Hempst. 20; Planters, etc., Bank 

V. Chipley, Ga. Dec. 50; Smith v. Morrison, 22 Pick. 430 ; Wheaton 
V. Fellows, 23 Wend. 375; Silver Lake Bank v. Harding, 5 Ohio, 
545 ; Adams v, Rogers, Wright, 428 ; Hooker v. State, 7 Blackf. 



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Proctor. 7. D. Chip. (Vt.) 113; Wahrenberger v. 
S7 ; ex parte Thistleton, 52 Cal. 220; Hahn v. Kcely, 



COURT. 

COUBT — Continued. 

272 ; Stone 

Horan, 18 T 

34 Cal. j. 
ofrecoid. In statute. Bennegan ?'. Murphy. 13 Mete. 251 : ex 

parte Gledhill, 8 Mete. 168 ; State v. Whittemore. 50 N- H. 251. 
of record having ' * com jaon-law jurisdiction In statute. 

United States v. Power, 14 Blatchf. 223. 
orjuc^ge. In statute. Wilson t^. Hood, 3 H. «& C. 148. Oaks z/. 

Rodgers. 48 Cal. 197. 

inferior . In constitution. Nugent ?'. State, 18 Ala. 521. 

superior . Simons v. DeBare, 4 Bosw. 547. 

In statute. Hewitt v. Cory, L. R., 5 Q- B. 4«8: ex parte Fernandez, 

10 C. B. (N. S.) 4- 
superior oi common law. In statute. Jarrard v. Tuck. 8 C. 

B. 268. 

the . In statute. Greenwood t/. Bradford, 128 Mass. 296. 

COURT-HOUSE. In statute. Kane v. McCown, 55 Mo. 181 ; Hainbright v. Brock- 
man, 59 Mo. 52. 

at the north door of the . In notice of sale. Alden v. Goldie, 

82 111. 581 ; Wallace v. Arnold, 71 111. 35°. 
COURTS. In constitution. Dickson v. State, i Wis. 124. 

In statute. Tarrant v. Baker, 14 C. B. 199. 

of the United States. In constitution. Noerr v. Brewer, i 

McArthur, 507 ; Beatty v. Ross, i Fla. 198; United States v. Has- 
kins, 3 Sawy. 262 ; Jecker v. Montgomery, 13 How. 498 : re Oster- 
haus, 6 Am. L. J. 519; Clinton v. Englebrecht, 13 Wall. 434. 

second In will. Sanderson v. Bailey, 2 Mylne & Or. 56 ; re 

Parker, 14 Ch. Div. 529; 28 W. R. 823; Mayott v. Mayott, 2 Bro. 

C. C. 125 : Charje v. Goodyer, 3 Russ. 140 ; Corporation of Bridge- 
worth V. Collins, 15 Sim. 541. 

Magee v. Fisher, 8 Ala. 320; Greenleaf 7'. Allen, 127 Mass. 248. 
In contract. Hayne v. Cummins, 16 C. B. (N. S.) 421. 
In deed. Hatch v. White, 22 Pick. 521. 

real. Davis v. Lyman, 6 Conn. 249. 

COVENANTS, defendant . Bailey v. White, 3 Ala. 330. 

ftill of seizure and warranty. In contract for deed. Gregg v. 

Von Phul, I Wall. 274. 

independent . Bailey v. White, 3 Ala. 330. 

mutual . Bailey v. White, 3 Ala. 330. 

COVERED. by insurance. Johnson z/. Campbell, 120 Mass. 449. 

COVIN. Mix V. Muzzy, 28 Conn. 166. 

COW. Pomeroy v. Trimper, 8 Allen, 398. 

In indictment. Parker v. State, 39 Ala. 365 ; Taylor v. State, 6 

Humph. 285. 
In statute. People v. Soto, 39 Cal. 68 ; Rex v. Cook, i Leach C. C. 
123; Carruth w. Grassie, 11 Gray, 211 ; Freeman v. Carpenter, 10 
Vt. 433 (33 Am. Dec. 210). 
COW-KEEPER. In statute. Bell v. Young, i S C. B. 530. 

CRAFT. In statute. Blandford v. Morrison, 15 Q. B. 730; Reed v. Ingham, 3 

El. & Bl. 890. 



COUSINS. 



COVENANT. 



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CRAFT. 



86 



CREDITORS. 



CRAFT — Continued. 

bay or river 



In statute. The Wenonah v. Brag- 



CBEATE. 



CREATED. 

CREATURES. 
CREDIBLE. 



CREDIT. 



CREDITOR. 



CREDITORS 



.- or othe r boat, 
don. 21 Gratt. 685. 

other amall of Ught character propeUed by steam. In statute. 

United States v. The MoUie. 2 Woods, 318. 
Moore 7^ City of Reading. 21 Pa. St. 188. 
In constitution. People v. Marshall, i Gilm. 672 : Syracuse Citv Bk. 

V. Davis, 16 Barb. 188. 
In statute. Edwards v. Bibb, 54 Ala. 475- 

by fraud. In statute. Palmer v. Preston, 45 Vt. 154 (12 Am. 

Rep. 191). 
In statute. Whitlock v. West, 26 Conn. 406. ^ 

disinterested. In statute. Freleigh v. State, 8 Mo. 607. 

witness. Ryan v. Devereux, 26 U. C. Q. B. 100. 

witnesses. In statute. Frink v. Pond, 46 N. H. 125; Sullivari 

V Sullivan. 106 Mass. 476; Stewart v. Harriman, 56 N. H. 25; 
Dibble V. Morris, 26 Conn. 417 : Hall v. Hall, 18 Ga. 40 : Hawes v. 
Humphrey, 9 Pick. 35° ipo Am. Dec. 48.): Bacon r.. Bacon, 17 
Pick 135; Sparhawk t/. Sparhawk, 10 Allen. 156; Garland v. Crow. 

2 Bailey. 24; Amory t/. Fellows. 5 Mass. 229: Sears v. Dillingham. 
12 Mass. 358: Haven v. Hilliard, 23 Pick. 10 ; White v. Barrack, 
I M. & W. 425- 

Owen V. Branch Bk.. 3 Ala. 258 : Dry Dock Bk. v. American Ins. Co.. 

3 N. Y. 344 ; Rindge v. Judson, 24 N. Y. 64: Hulme v. Muggleston, 
3 M. & W. 30. 

In contract. Lyman v. Babcock, 40 Wis. 503. 

In statute. Phoenix Ins. Co. v. Scholes, 20 Wis. 38. 

in cash. In order. Ellison v. Collingridge, 9 C. B. 571. 

on my account. In note. Lee v. ChiUicothe Bank, i Biss. 325- 

the drawer. In note. Steckel v. Steckel, 28 Pa. St. 233. 

if you give him In guaranty. Simpson v. Manley, Tyrwh. 76. 

mutual . Groom v. West, 8 Ad. & Ell. 773- 

In statute. New Jersey Ins. Co. v. Meeker, 8 Vroom. 282 ; Perry v 
Orr. 6 Vroom, 295 : Southard v. Benner, 72 N. Y. 424: '^e Poland. 
L R I Ch App. 356 ; Follansbee v. Bird, 8 Cush. 291 ; Waller v. 
Mardus,29Mo. 25: Noyes v. Blakeman, 6 N Y. 567 ; Underwood 
V Ogden, 6 B. Mon. 606 : New Haven Saw Mill Co. v. Fowler, 28 
Conn. 103: Phillips 7;. Poland. L. R., i C. P. 204: Marsden Steam 
Co V Guy. 40 Conn. 166; Wood v. De Mattos, L. R., i Ex 92 : 
Robertson v. Goss, L. R., 2 Ex. 396; GiflFord v. Whitcomb, 9 
Cush. 482 ; Gannard v. Esleva, 20 Ala. 7.^2; Meyer z/. Car Co., 12 
Otto, 9. 

of the estate. In statute. Chandler v. Stevenson, 68 Mo. 450. 

any . In statute. Belknap v. Ins. Co., 18 N. Y. (S. C.) 282: 

Bongard v. Block. 81 111. i86; Trecothick v. Austin. 4 Mason, 23. 
In deed. Dingwall v. Edwards, 4 B. & S. 758- 

In statute. Bongard v. Block, 81 111. 186 ; Thompson t/. Van Vechten 
5 Abb. Pr. 458; Davis- Appeal. 39 Conn. 395 : Pierce v. Turner, 5 
tranch, ^s.y, Martin v. Dryden, 6 III. ,87 : Walradt v^ Brown 6 
111. 397 ; Kimball v. Cook, 6 111. 423: SchajfferT/. Weed, 8 III. 5>' • 
Boies 7/. Henney,32 111. 130; Loughbridge t^. Bowland. 52 Miss. 546: 
U. S. V, McLellan, 3 Sumn. 350. 




>nah V. Brag- 
Q. /« statute. 

use Citv Bk. 
. 154 (i2 Am. 



). 607, 

125; Sullivan 
56 N. H. 25; 
40 ; Hawes v. 
V. Bacon, 17 
'.and V. Crow, 
/. Dillingham, 
te V. Barrack, 

rican Ins. Co., 
V. Muggleston, 



. 571. 

nk, 1 Biss. 325. 

St. 233. 
iley, Tyrwh. 76. 

282 ; Perry v. 
(.24 ; re Poland, 
291 ; Waller v. 
•7 ; Underwood 

0. V. Fowler, 28 
Marsden Steam 
L. R., I Ex. 92 : 
. Whitcomb, 9 
r V. Car Co., 12 

ion, 68 Mo. 450- 
Y. (S. C.) 282 : 

1, 4 Mason, 23. 

V. Van Vechten, 
rce V. Turner, 5 
dt V. Brown, 6 
^Teed, 8 111. 511 ; 
nd, 52 Miss. 546: 



CREDITORS. 



87 



CRIMINAL. 



CBEDITOBS 



OBEDITS. 



CREEK. 
CBEW. 



CBIM. GOE. 
CBIME. 



CBDIEN. 



CHIMES. 



CBIMINAIi. 



-Continued. _ ,: 

having seourity for their debts. In statute. Wymer v. 

Kemble, 6 B. & C. 484. 

his . In statute. Re Derby, 8 Ben. 118. 

judgment . In statute. Lloyd v. Harris, 8 C. B. 72. 

People 7/. Hibernia Ins. Co., 3 Cent. L. J. 260. 
In writ. Cun^.mins v. Garvin, 65 Me. 301 . 

and offsets. In statute. Preston v. Lodge, 39 Cal. 116. 

or efibots. In statutes. Shultz v. Christman, 6 Mo. (App.) 341. 

Schermerhorn v. Hudson River R. Co., 38 N. Y. 103. 

In statute. United States v. VVinn, 3 Sumn. 209; Millandon v. 

Martin, 6 Rob. (La.) 534. 

or ship's company. In statute. U. S. v. Libby. i W. & M. 230, 

any of the . In statute. U. S. v. Harriman, i Hughes, 527 

the . In contract. Frazer v. Hatton, 2 C. B. (N. S.) 525. 

In libel. Gibson v. Cincinnati Enquirer, 5 Cent. L. J. 380. 

McCord V. People, 46 N. Y. 470; People v. White, 34 Cal. 183; State 

V. Corporation, T. U. P. Charlt. 235 ; Van Meter v. People, 60 111. 

168. 
In constitution. Re Bergen, 31 Wis. 383. 
In statute. Walton v. Gavin, 16 Q. B. 81 ; State v. Linthicum, 68 

Mo. 66 ; Com. v. Dennison, 24 How. 66. 

against nature. Ausman v. Veal, 10 Ind. 331;. 

arising under the revenue laws. In statute. V. S. v. Husch, 

10 Otto, 33, 
involving moral turpitude. In statute. Filber v. Oauter- 

mann, 26 Wis. 521. 
or ofibnse against the laws of China. In statute. Attorney- 
General V. Kwok-a-Sing, L. R., 5 P. C. C. 179. 
other . In constitution. Re Clark, 9 Wend. 212; re Voorhees, 

32 N. J. (L.) 139; Kentucky v. Dennison, 24 How. 66 ; Morton v. 

Skinner, 48 Ind. 123. 
fiilsi. Johnson v. Riley, 13 Ga. 97; Harrison v. State, 55 Ala. 

239; Webb V. State, 29 Ohio St. 351; United States v. Block, 4 

Sawy. 211. 

In constitution. Randall v. Brigham, 7 Wall. 523. 

In statute. Van Meter t/. People, 60 III. 168. 

by bankrupts against bankruptcy laws. In statute. Ex parte 

Terrey, 4 Ex. Div. 63; re Counbaye, L. R., 8 Q. B. 410. 

all other not capital. In statute. Mann v. Owen, 9 B. & C. 599. 

In statute. Applegate v. Com., 7 B. Mon. 12. 

oases. In constitution. Grimball v. Ross, T. U. P. Charl. 175 ; 

Floyd V. Comm'rs, 14 Ga. 354. 
In statute. Wiggins v. City of Chicago, 68 111. 372 ; Woodward v. 

Squires, 39 Iowa, 435 ; Com. v. Intoxicating Liquors, 115 Mass. 

142 ; Mixer v. Supervisors, 26 Mich. 422. 

process. Ward v. Lewis, i Stew. 26. 

proceeding. In statute. Re Dean of York, 2 Q. B. i. 

prosecution. In constitution Withers v. State, 36 Ala. 253. 



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88 



CRUELTY. 




In statule. Com. v. Intoxicating Liquors, 122 



CBOFFEB. 
CROSS. 



CKIMINAL — Continued. 

. prosecutions. 

Mass. 8. 
Harrison v. Ricks, 71 N. C. 7 ; Fry v. Jones, 2 Rawle, 11. 
In statute. People v, N. Y. Cent. R. R., 13 N. Y. 78: Steele 7a 
Northampton Co., 45 Conn. 344. 

the lake. In statute. Sprague t. Birdsell, 2 Cow. 4'9 ; Cayuga 

Bridge Co. v. Stout, 7 Cow. 33. 

to lot above mentioned. Indeed. Comstock v.Var Deusen. s 

Pick. 163. 
CROSS-BILL. Cross v. DeValle, i Wall. 5; Ayers v. Carver, 17 How. 591 ; Kidder 
• V. Barr, 35 N. H. 235; McDougald v. Dougherty, 14 Ga. 674; 

Tison V. Tison, 14 Ga. 167. .^^ 

CROSS-COMPLAINT. White 7/. Reagan, 32 Ark. 281. 

CROSSING. the oar. In statute. Bremen v. Bristol, 66 Me. 354. 

CROSSINGS, road . In statute. Tracy v. T. & B. R. R., 38 N. Y. J33 : Brace 

V. N. Y. Cent. R. R., 27 N. Y. 269. 
CRUDE. In statute. Recknagel v. Murphy, 12 Otto, 197. 

CRUEL. In statute. Com. v. McClellan, loi Mass. 34. 

and unusual punishment. In constitution. United States v. 

Collins, 2 Curtis C. C; 194; Wilkerson v. Utah, 99 U. S. 130; 
Whitten v. State, 47 Ga. 497 : Com. v. Wyatt, 6 Rand. 694 ; State 
V. Kearney, i lawks. 54: Barker v. People 3 Cow, 683 (15 Am. 
Dec. 322) ; P- ear v. Com., 5 Wall. 475 ; State v. Pettie, 80 N. C. 
367 (30 Am. Rep. 88) ; State v. Miller, 75 N. C. 73 : State v. Drover, 
78 N. C. 423- 

and inhuman. In statute. Freeman 7>. Freeman, 31 Wis. 235. 

and inhuman treatment. In statute. Mason t/. Mason, i Edw. 

Ch. 2^8 ; Kennedy v. Kennedy, 73 N- Y. 369 : Gholston v. Gholston, 
31 Ga. 625 ; Beyer v. Beyer. 50 Wis. 254 : Skinner 7/. Skinner, 5 Wis. 

449; Johnson 7/. Johnson, 4 Wis. 137. 

barbarous and inhuman treatment. In statute. Small t/. Small, 

57 Ind. 568 ; Finley v. Finley, 9 Dana, 52 ; Thornberry v. Thorn- 
berry, 2 J. J. Marsh. 322 ; Moyler v. Moyler, 11 Ala. 620. 

CRUELLY. beat. In indictment. Com. v. Mc Clelkn, loi Mass. 34. 

CRUELTY. Evans v. Evans, i Hagg. Con. 35 : Close v. Close, 6 C. E. Greene, 
338; Odom 7/. Odom, 36 Ga. 286; Dysart v. Dysart, n Jur. 490: 
Perry v. Perry, 2 Paige, "joi ; Durant v. Durant, i Hagg. Ecc. 768 
(note) ; Lockeridge v. Lockeridge, 3 Dana, 28; Hughes v. Hughes, 
19 Ala. 307: HulmeT/. Hulme, i Add. Ecc. 29; Judge 7/. State, 58 
Ala. 402 ; Rhame v. Rhame, i McCord'sCh. 197 (16 Am. Dec. 597). 
IH Statute. Turner v. Turner, 44 Ala. 437 : Goodrich v. Goodrich, 44 
Ala. 670 ; Childs 7/. Childs, 49 Mo. 509. 

and maltreatment. Paterson 7/. Paterson, 3 H. L. Cas. 308. 

of treatment. In statute. Coles v. Coles. 2 Md. (Ch.) 341; 

Darger v. Darger. 2 Md. (Ch.) 335 : Tayman v. Tayman. 2 Md. (Ch.) 
393 ; Bowie v. Bowie, 3Md. (Ch.) 51 ; Hoshall v. Hoshall, 51 Md. 72. 

to animals. United States v. Jackson,' 4 Cranch C. C. 483; 

Jquires v. Whisken, 3 Camp. 140 : Morris' Case, 6 N. Y. City Hall 
Rec. 62; Stage Horse Cases. 15 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 51 : State v. 
Avery. 44 N. H 302 : Com. 7>. Lupkin. 7 Allen, 579 : State v. Bnggs. 
I Aiken (Vt.), 226; Budge v. Parsons, 3 B. & S. 382. 



ZRUELTY. 




Liquors, 122 

I. 
78 ; Steele v. 

,419; Cayuga 

/ar Deusen. 5 

r. 591 ; Kiddei 
, 14 Ga. 674; 



54- 

Y. Asz\ Brace 



iited States v. 
99 U. S. 130; 
,nd. 694 ; State 
V, 683 (15 Am. 
'ettie, 80 N. C. 
tatev. Drover, 

[1, 31 Wis. 235. 
Mason, i Edw. 
on V. Gholston, 
Sliinner, 5 Wis. 

Small V. Small, 
terry v. Thorn- 

620. 
ass. 34. 

C. E. Greene, 
rt, 1 1 Jur. 490 ; 
Hagg. Ecc. 768 
hes V. Hughes, 
idge V. State, 58 
5 Am. Dec. 597). 
V. Goodrich, 44 

L. Cas. 308. 

Md. (Ch.) 341 ; 
lan. 2 Md. (Ch.) 
shall, 51 Md. 72. 
nch C. C. 483; 

N. Y. City Hall 
;.) 51 ; State v. 

State V. Briggs, 

S2. 



CRUELTY. 



89 



CURRENT. 



CRUELTY 



CBXJISE. 
CULPABLE. 



CULTIVATED, 



CULTIVATION" 



CUMULATIVE. 



CURATE. 

CURE. 

CURRENCY. 



CURRENT. 



la 



Continued. 

extreme . In statute. Warren 7'. Warren, j Mass. 321; English 

V. English, 12 C. E. Green, 579; Briggs v. Briggs, 20 Mich. 34; 
Eidcnmullcr v. Eidenmuiler, 37 Cal. 364 ; Fcro v. Fero, 98 Mass. 
157; Bailey 7A Bailey, 97 Mass. 378; Waskam v. Waskam, 31 Miss. 
155; Haskell v. Haskell, 54 Cal. 262; Harratt z^. Harratt, 7 N. H. 
196 (26 Am. Dec. 730). 

extreme and repeated . In statute. Henderson v. Henderson, 

88111. 248; Harman v. Harman, 16 III. 85. 

intolerable . In statute. Shaw ta Shaw, 17 Conn. 189. 

The Brutus, 2 Gall. 526. 

neglect. Waltham Bk. z/. Wright, 8 Allen, 121. 

In statute. Sykes v. Meacham, 103 Mass. 286, 

negligenoe. Woodman v. Nottingham, 49 N. H. 387. 

field. In statute. State z/. Allen, 13 Ired. (L.)36; State z/. Mc> 

Minn, 3i N. C. 585. 

state of . In statute. Johnson z/. Perley, 2 N. II. 56(9 Am. 

Dec. 35). 

Ycaton z/. Chapman, 65 Me. 126; DeWitt z/. San Francisco, 2 Cal. 

339- 

evideuoe. Glidden v. Dunlap, 28 Me. 379; People v. New 

York Superior Court, 10 Wend. 286 ; Brisbane v. Adams, 1 Sandf. 
195; Fleming v. Hollenback, 7 Barb. 271 ; Parshall v. Klinck, 43 
Barb. 203 ; Parker v. Hardy, 24 Pick. 246 ; Waller v. Graves, 20 
Conn. 305 ; Grubb v. Kalb, 37 Ga. 459 ; Able v. Frazer, 43 Iowa, 175. 

Mason v. Lambert, 12 Q. B. 796. 

having the of souls. In statute. State v. Bray, 13 Ired. 289. 

Lackey v. Miller, Phill. (L.) 26 ; Marine Ins. Co. v. Tincher, 30 III. 
399 ; Marine Bk. v. Rushmore, 28 III. 46. ; Webster v. Pierce, 35 
111. 158; Willett V. Paine, 43 III. 432; Osgood v. McConnell, 32 
III. 75- 

In contract. Dugan v. Campbell, i Ohio, 115 ; Campbell v. Hampson, 
id. 119; Coffin V. Hill, t Heisk. 385; Cockrill v. Kirkpatrick, 9 
Mo. 697 ; Huse v. Hamblin, 29 Iowa, 501 (4 Am. Dec. 244) ; Palmer 
V. State Bk., 16 Iowa, 321 ; Farrell v. Fay, 7 Mo. 575 ; Chambers 0. 
George, S Litt. 335 ; Louden v. Kenney, i Bibb, 330 ; McChord z/. 
Lord, 3 Mon. 167 ; Bennett v. Com., 4 Mon. 108 ; Fleming v. Camp- 
bell, I J. J. Marsh. 499 ; Griswold v. Hepburn, 2 Duv. 33 ; Jones v. 
Overstreet, 4 Mon. 547. 

of the State. Lampton v. Haggard, 3 Mon. 149. 

Illinois . Hulbert v. Carver, 37 Barb. 62 ; Chicago re Ins. Co. z'. 

Kerron, 27 III. 501. 

Kentucky . Lampton v. Haggard, 3 Mon. 149; Phelps z/. Taylor, 

4 Mon. 170. 

New York State . Ehle v. Chittenango Bk., 24 N. Y. 548. 

bank notes. Pierscn v. Wallace, 7 Ark. 282 ; Fleming v. Nail, 

I Tex. 246. 

fUnds. Galena Ins. Co. v. Kupfer, 28 111. 335 ; Springfield Ins. 

Co. V. Tucker, 30 III. 399 ; Mars v. Kupfer, 34 III. 286 ; Connell v. 
Pumpbey, 9 Ind. 135 ; American Ins. Co. v. Clark, 47 la. 671 ; Piatt 
V. 8a ic Co. Bk., 17 Wis. 226 ; Moore v. Morris, 20 III. 255 ; Osgood 
V, McConnell, 32 III. 74. 



-mmgmm 



MB)MBfiagt ii|j w 



J 



CURRENT. 
CUREENT 



90 



DAMAGE. 



CURVED. 
CUSTODY. 



-Continued. ^ a t 

money. Wharton f. Morris, i Dall. 124; McCord v. Ford 3 T. 

B Mon. 166 : Coco v. Cnllahan. 21 La. Ann. 624 : Jones v. Over- 
street. 4 Mon. 547 ; Bainbridge v. Owen. 2 J. J. Marsh. 464. 

value. In statule. U. S. v. Sixteen Packages. 2 Mason. 53) 

T.ippan V U. S., i Mason, 399- ^ ^ „ 

year. . In lease. Doe v. Morphett. 7 Q- B. 578 ; Doc v. Dobell, i 

( >. B. 806. 
CURTESY. Orr... Hollidays, 9 B. Mon. 59: Ferguson v. Freedy, 56 liarb. .68. 
CURTILAOE. Con. .. Barney. ,0 Cush. 480; State ..Shaw. 3. Me. 5" : People . 
^ Taylor. 2 Mich. 250 ; Edwards v. Dickerson. 28 N^ J. (L.) 30 . Cod 

dington V. Beebe. 3. N. J. (L.) 477 : People v. Gedney. .7 ^^ Y. (S. 
C.) . 5. ; Com. V. Barney, .0 Cush. 480 ; Reg v. G.lbert, . C. &. K. 
84 ; Fisher v. State. 43 Ala. 7- 
In statute. Iney v. State, 61 Ala. 59: Mason v. R. Co.. L. R., 6 bq. 
Cas. 101 ; State v. Shaw, 31 Me. 523- 

Une. In statute. Mayors/. Comm'rs, 113 Mass. 161. 

Cutler z/. Howe, 122 Mass. 54' 

In senteiue. Smith v. Com.. 59 Pa- St. 32°- 

In statute. Rolland 7/. Com., 82 Pa. St. 306. „ „ „ 

procuring his disohargu from the In statute. Foxall v. Bar- 

nett. 2 El. & Bl. 928. 

sent for in In warrant. Howard v. Gosset. 10 Q. B. 400. 

Hall V. Nottingham. L. R.. i Ex. Div. . ; Broussard v. Bernard 7 La. 
2.1 ; Bodfish V. Fox, 23 Me. 90; Barnard . ^^''^f^'. '^ >!^^. ^f^ • 
Wilcox V. Wood. 9 Wend. 346: Mayor of Lmn Reg.s v. Taylor, 3 
Lev. 1 60, 
British In contract. Stewart 7;. West India Co., L. R., 8 Q. B. 

363. , , 

in conformity with the of this pXaoe. In marriage contract. 

Wilkinson v. Am. Iron Mut. Co., 20 Mo. 122. 
CUSTOMARY, —despatch. In cuarter party. Smitl-. .. 60.000 ft. Yellow Lum- 
ber, 2 Fed. Rep. 396. 
McLean v. Dunn, 39 U. C. (Q. B.) 55>- 

State V Patza, 3 La. Ann. 512 : Atkinson's Case, i Russ. &. Ry. 104 ; 
Rex TTMcDemott. Russ. & Ry. 336; Rex v. Hay ward, Russ. & 
TSv 78 
down or otherwise destroy. In statute. Rex v. Taylor, .Russ. 

& Ry. 373- „ 

glass. In statute. Binns v. Lawrence, .2 How. 9. 

off. Tillotson V. H. R. R. R.. 9 N. Y. 575 : Rex v. Hams, 7 C. & 

P 446 ; State v. Mairs, Coxe (N. J.), 453. 

tobacco. In statute. Venable v. Richards, . Hughes, 327. 

lU In note. Hulburt v. Carver, 37 Barb. 62. 



CUSTOM. 



CUSTOMER. 
CUT. 



OY. 

DAILY. 
DAM. 

DAMAGE. 



newspaper. 7« statute. Richardson v. Tobin, 45 Cal. 30. 

In statute. People v. Gaige, 23 Mich. 93- « r x, s aoo 

fishing miU . In statute. Garnett v. Backhouse, 8 B. & S. 490. 

Fay V. Parker, 53 N. H. 342. ^ ^ r. r r c.fi 

In bill of lading. Taylor v. Liverpool Steam Co., L. R.. 9 Q- B. 546. 



DAMAGE. 

1 V. Ford, 3 T. 
ones *'. Over- 
ih. 464. 

2 Mason, 53; 

ue 7>. Dobell, i 

6 Uarb. 168. 
522 ; People v. 
. (L.) 39 ; Cod- 
;y. 17 N. Y. (S. 
)ert, I C. &. K. 

.. L. R.. 6 Eq. 

. 161. 



Foxall V. Bar- 

i Q. B. 400. 
'. Bernard, 7 La. 
g, 10 Wall. 383; 
;gis v'. Taylor, 3 

o.,L. R.,8Q. B. 

irriagc contract. 

ft. Yellow Lum- 

luss. &. Ry. 104 ; 
ayward, Russ. & 

V. Taylor, i Russ. 

r. 9. 
V. Harris, 7 C. & 

tlughes, 327. 

1, 45 Cal. 30. 

use, 8 B. & S. 490- 

,. R., 9 Q- B. 546. 



DAMAGE. 



91 



DANGERS. 



DAMAGE —Continued. 

Jn statute. Smith v. Brown, L. R., 6 Q, B. 729; The Franconia. 2 

Prob. Div. 163; Jubb v. Hull Dock Co., 9 Q. B. 443; Herring v. 

Board of Vv^orks. 19 C. B. (N. S.) 526. 

any frame. In statute. Rox v. Tracy, i Russ. & Ry. 453- 

to goods while in transit. In bill of lading. Menze) v. R. Co., 

I Dillon, 531. 

to the person. In s.'atute. Norton v. Sewall, 106 Mass. 144. 

with intent to render useless. In statute. Queen v. Fisiier, 

L. R.. I C. C. R. 9- 
any to any goods. In bill of lading. Taylor v. Liverpool, etc, 

R. Co.. L. R.. 9 Q- B. 546. 
breakage, leakage or . In bill of lading. Czech v General 

Steam Nav. Co.. L. R., 3 C. P. 3. 
DAMAGES. Hunt?/. Smith, 9 Kans. 137. 

In appeal bond. U. S. 7/. Addison, 6 Wall. 291. 

In injunction oond. Hannibal, etc., R. R. v. Shepley. i Mo. (App.) 
256 ; Hovey I/. Rubber Tip. Pencil Co., 50 N. Y. 335. 

In reference. Samson v. Young. 50 N. H. 62. 

In statute. Owen v. Brockschmidt, 54 Mo. 285; Martin 7'. Martin, 2 
Green, 125; Bartholomew v. Chapin, 10 Mete. 3; Hann. Bridge 
Co. V. Shaubacker, 56 Mo. 582 ; Guild v. Guild, 2 Mete. 231 ; Puc- 
quette v. Pickness, 19 Wis. 223; State v. Ryan, 2 Mo. (App.) 303; 
Griffin v. Mortimer, 8 Wend. 538 ; Chase v. Ingalls. 97 Mass. 524; 
Abraham's Case, i Rob. 676; Hays v. Briggs. 3 Pitts. 504; Catlett 
V. Brodie, 9 Wheat. 553 ; Goodyear Dental Vulcanite Co. v. Van 
Antwerp, 9 Off. Pat. Gaz. 497 ; Woodman v. Nottingham, 49 N. H. 
387; White 7/. Steele, 13 C. B. (N. S.) 231 ; Wendell v. Washington 
Bk., 5 Cow. i6». 

costs and expenses. In covenant. Low v. Archer, 1 2 N. Y. 277. 

accidents or of the seas of whatever nature or kind what- 
soever. In bill of lading. Lloyd v. General Iron Screw Co., 3 H. 
& C. 285. 

actual . In statute, Stephens v. Felt, 2 Blatchf 38. 

costs and . In bond. Corcoran v. Judson, 24 N. Y. 106. 

general Bristol Manuf. Co. v. Gridley, 28 Conn. 201. 

just for delay. In U. S. Supreme Court Rules. Jerome v. Mc- 

Carter, 21 Wall. 17. 

liquidated . In contract. Lampham 7/. Cochran, 16 N. Y. 275; 

Bagley v. Peddie, 16 N. Y, 469. 

special . Bristol Manuf. Co. v. Gridley, 28 Conn. 201. 

Rex V. Whittingham, 9 C. & P. 234; Rex v. Tracy. Russ. & Ry. 45= : 
Rex V. Norris, 9 C. &. P. 241. 

fatale. Thickston v. Howard, 8 Blackf. 335. 

In statute. Quaglieni v. Matthews, 6 B. & S. 482. 

unnecessary or peril. In policy of insurance. Ins. Co. v. 

Seaver, 19 Wall. 531. 

and accidents of the seas and navigation. In bill of lading. 

Laurie v. Douglass, 15 M. & W. 746. 

incident to the navigation of the river. In bill of lading. The 

Wathan, 13 Opin. Atty.-Gen. 119. 



DAMAGING. 

DAMNUM. 
DANCING. 
DANGEB. 

DANGEBS. 



■OfM 



DANGERS. 



92 



DATE. 



In bill of lading. Transportation Co. v. 



DANGERS — Continued. 

of lake navigation, 

Downer, 11 Wall. 129. 

of navigation. In hill of lading. Tiie Rookct. i Biss. 354; The 

Portsmouth, 9 Wall. 682 ; PlaistedTA Boston, etc., Nav. Co., 27 Me. 
ij2; Steamboat Co. v. Bason, Harp. 262: Cowley 7'. Davidson, 15 
Minn. 92 ; The New Jersey, Olcott, 44; Marsh v. Blythe, i McCord, 
360; Lloyd V. General Iron Screw Co., 3 H. & C. 284; The City of 
Norwich, 3 Ben. 575 ; Grill %>. General Iron Screw Co., L. K., i C. 
P. 600; L. R., 3 C. P. 476; Van Hein v. Taylor, 7 Rob. 201 ; White- 
sides z'. Thurlkill, 12 S. & M. 599i Williams v. Bronson, 1 Murph. 
(S. C.) 417 (4 Am. Dec. 562) ; Hand v. Riynes, 4 Whart. 404 (33 Am. 
Dec. 204). 

of the river. In bill of lading. Grey v. Mobile Trade Co., 55 

Ala. 388; Williams v. Bronson, i Murphcy, 417 (4 Am. Dec. 562); 
Steamboit Co. v. Basin, Harp. (S. C.) 262 ; Wliitesides v. Russell, 
8 W. &. S. 44 ; Gilmore v. Carman, i S. & M. 279 ; Garrison v. Mem- 
phis Ins. Co., 19 How. 312 ; Merrill 7/. Arey, 3 Ware, 215; Cox z/. 
Peterson, 30 Ala. 608; Union Mut. Ins. Co. v. Indianapolis, etc.. R. 
Co.. I Disney, 480 ; Jones %>. Pitcher, 3 St. & P. 1 35 : McClure v. Cox. 
32 Ala. 617 ; Hibler v. McCartney, 31 Ala. 501 ; Sampson v. Gaz- 
zam, 6Port. 123; Ezzell z/. Miller, 6 Port. 307; Ezzell v. English. 
6 Port. 31 1 ; Hatchett v. The Compromise, 12 La. Ann. 783 ; Broad- 
well t'. Butler. I Newb. 171; Mahon 7/. The Olive Branch, 18 La. 
Ann. 107; Cox v. Peterson, 30 Ala. 608. 

of the roads. In bill of lading. De Rothschild v. Royal Mail 

Steam Co.. 7 Ex. 734. 

of the seas. In bill of lading. Harvey v. Pike, N. C. Term 

Rep. 82 ; Pickering 7'. Barkley, I Style, 132 ; Baxter 7/. Leland, Abb. 

Adm. 348; Jones 7/. Pitcher, 3 St. & P. 135; Dibble 7/. Morgan, i 
Woods, 40G; Merrill 7/. Arey, 3 Ware. 215; The Star of Hope. 17 
Wall. 651 ; Phelps 7/. Williamson, 5 Sandf. 578; Aymer v. Astor, 
6 Cow. 266; The Antionetta C, 5 Ben. 564; The Patria, L. R., 3 
Adm. 436 ; Spence v. Godwich, lo Q. B. 517 ; The Reeside, 2 Sumn. 

567. 
In bond. U. S. v. Hall, 2 Wash. C. C. 366. 
In charter party. U. S. 7'. Hall. 6 Cranch, 171. 
or itooidents of navigation. In bill of lading. The Miletus, j 

Biatchf. 335- 
Fernandez v. Sacramento City R. Co., 52 Cal. 45. 

lunatio. In statute. Reg. v. Barnsley, 12 Q. B. 193. 

weapon. U. S. v. Small, 2 Curt. C. C. 241 ; Com. v. O'Brien, 

119 Mass. 342 ; Pinson v. State, 23 Tex. 579; U. S. v. Wilson, Bald. 

78 ; U. S. V. Wood, 3 Wash. C. C. 440. 
In contract. Baron v. Placide, 7 La. Ann. 229. 
Ingersoll v. Kirby, Walk. 27. 
In note. Sturdy v. Henderson, 4 B. & Aid. 593. 
In statute. Upston v. Marchant, 2 B. & C. 11. 

of issue. In statute. De Florez v. Reynolds. 17 Blatchf. MO. 

of the last work done or materials fUmished, In statute^ 

Bement v. Trenton Loco. Works, 32 N. J. (L.) 513. 

alter . In statute. Williams v. Jarnett, 5 B. & Adol. 32, 

after of appointment. In statute. U. S. v. Moore. 5 Otto. 760. 

ftrom such . In statute. U. S. v. Moore, 5 Ottf>, 760. 



DANGEBOnS. 



DANSEUSE. 
DATE. 



li.riiii' iriTiifrWrr 



DATE. 



rtation Co. v, 

[3iss. 354; The 
V. Co., 27 Mo. 
Davidson, 15 
he, I McCord, 
.; The City of 
;o„ L. K.. I t:. 
). 201 ; White- 
•on, I Murph. 
rt. 404 (33 Am. 

Trade Co., 55 
\x\\. Dec. 562); 
les V. Russell, 
■rison v. Mem- 
;, 215; Cox V. 
apolis, etc.. R. 
[cCluret/. Cox. 
npson V. Gaz- 
ell 7'. English, 
n. 783 ; Broad- 
Branch, 18 La. 

V. Royal Mail 

l<e, N. C. Term 
V. Leland, Abb. 
! V. Morgan, i 
ir of Hope, 17 
^mer v. Astor, 
Patria, L. R., 3 
reside, 2 Sum 11. 



The Miletus, 5 



'93. 

)m. V. O'Brien, 

'. Wilson, Bald. 



Blatchf. 450. 
ed. In statute, 

iol. 32. 

ore, 5 Otto, 760. 

760. 



DAUGJITKRS. 



93 



DEADL Y. 



DAUGHTEBS. 
DAY. 



DAYS. 



DAY-TIME 
DEAD. 

DEADLY. 



In will. Terpc.iing r*. Skinner, 29 N. Y. 505. 
Fulton V. Drake, 5 Hurl. & N. 6a8 ; Noxon v. Freeman, 5 Hurl. <fe N. 

653. 
In contract. Horton v. Locke, 5 Hill, 437. 
In statute. Kane %>. Com., 89 Pa. St, 522 ; Pulling -v. People, 8 Harb. 

384. 
appointed for argument. In rule of court. Parr v. Jewell, 16 

C. D. 685. 

of heariiig. In statute. Fletcher v. Baker, L. R., 9 y. B. 370. 

of trial. In statute. Green v. Charlotte R. Co., 6 Rich. (S. C.) 

342. 

first of July. In statute. Burch v. Newbury, 10 N. Y. 374. 

on a certain. In statute. Reg. v. Congers, 8 Q. B. 988. 

tenth . /// statute. Michie v. Michie, 17 Gratt. rog. 

Brown v. Buzan, 24 Ind. 194; Hampton v. Erenyeller, 2 Browne, 18: 

Blake v. Crowninshield, 9 N. H. 304; Chiles v. Smith, 9 N. H. 304; 

DeyoT/. Bleckley, 24 Barb. 9; Lester v. Garland, 15 Ves. 248; Wells 

V. Hull, 19 Conn. 376. 

In charter party. Cochran v. Rethberg, 3 Esp. 121 : Higgins 7'. U. S. 

Mail Steam Co., 3 Blatchf. 282. 
In statute. Taylor v. Palmer, 31 Cal. 240 ; Miles v. McDermott, 31 Cal. 

271 ; National Bk. v. Williams, 46 Mo. 17 ; Burton v. Chicago, 53 

III. 87. 
at least five befbre the day of election. State v. Gasconade 

Co., 33 Mo. 102. 
at least ten between the day of service and the first day of 

the next term. In statute. Fiotinson v. Foster, 12 Iowa, 186. 

four entire . In statute. Furnell 7'. Smith, 7 B. & C. 693. 

not less than five nor more than ten after the date of the 

warrant. In statute. Abraham's Cane, i Rob. (Va.) 676. 

plea in four . In order 0/ court. Dunn v. Hudson, i D. & L. 204. 

seven time for pleading. In order 0/ court. Pepperell v. Dur- 

rell, 2 Dow. Prac. Cas. 674. 

ten notice. In statute. Hahn v. Dierkes, 37 Mo. 574. 

thirty befbrosuit. In statute. Thomas 7/. Affleck, 16 Pa. St. 14. 

three . In statute. Bouligny v. White, 5 La. Ann. 31. 

two . In statute. State v. McLendon, i Stew. 195. 

within fbtir after the adjournment. In statute. Nea I 7/. C re w, 

1 2 Ga. 93. 

within six . In statute. 

within teu . In statute. 

Barb. 2' {4. 
within tlirty . Swift v. Tansey, 5 Ind. 

Ind. 48; Galltw. Finch, 24 How. Pr. 193. 
In bond. Trull v. Wilson, 9 Mass. 1 54. 

animtJs. In city ordinance. Underwood v. Green, 42 N. Y. 140. 

weight. In contract. Cunningham v. Dun, 3 C. P. Div. 443. 

weapon. Com. 7/. Branham. 8 Bush, 387; Flournoy 7/. State, 16 

Tex. 31 ; State v. Jarrott, i Ired. 76. 
In indictment. State v. Harper, 69 Mo. 425. 



Patchin v. Elonsack, 52 Mo. 431. 
People V. New York, etc., R. Co., 28 



196; Faure v. U. S., 23 



DEAL. 



94 



DEBT. 



DEAL. 



DEAI.ER. 



DEAIiEBS. 



DEAUNQ. 



DEALINaS. 

DEATH. 

DEBAUCH. 
DEBAUCHED 



In statute. Clifford v. State, 29 Wis. 329. 

in goods, wares and merohandiso. In charier. Bates v. State 

Bk.. 2 Ala. (N. S.) 751. 
or trade in. In charter. FIcckner v. Bank of the U. S., 8 Wheat. 

451. 

in the selbng. In statute. State v. Paddock. 24 Vt. 312. 

purohase or in land. In charter. Blunt?'. Walker. 1 1 Wis. 334. 

Vernon v. Manhattan Co.. 17 Wend. 524. 

In statute. Goodwin v. Clark. 65 Me. 126 ; Overall v. Bezeau. 37 Mich. 

506 ; Stiiddy v. Sanders. 5 B. & C. 639. 
in second hand books. In city ordinance. Kastnian v. Chicago, 

79 111. 178. 

in spirits. In statute. Wetherell v. Jones. 3 \\. k Adol. 225. 

in spirituous liquors. In statute State v. Dow, 21 Vt. 484. 

in tobaooo. In statute. Carter v. State, 44 Ala. 29, 

carries on the busine w of a wholesale liquor . In statute. U. 

S. V. Johnson, i Hughes, 531. 
wholesale liquor In statute. U. S. v. Fiegelstock, 14 Blatcht. 

321. 
In statute. State v. Yearby, 82 N. C. 561. 
in goods, wares and merchandise. In statute. Berks Co. v. 

Bertolet, 13 Pa- St. 525. 
in malt liquors. U. S. v. Wittigg, 3 Cent. L. J. 270. 

In statute. Brewin v. Short, 5 El. & Bl. 230. 

in commercial paper. In corporation charter. 

Briggs, 30 Mo. 452. 
or trading. In U. S. Bank charter. Bank of U. 

gener, 9 Peters, 378. 
and transactions with any bankrupt. In statute. 

Furber, 14 C. B. 13S I Tucker %>. Barrow. 3 C. & P. 85. 

at her In ■will. David v. Brossman, 2 Yerg. 557. 

in case of the In ivill. Galland v. Leonard, i Swanst. Ch 

Wood V. Matthews, 47 Iowa, 409; Koenig v. Nott. 2 Hilt. 323. 

habits. Wickwire's Appeal, 30 Conn. 86. 



Bulkley v. 
S. V. Wag- 
Graham V. 

161. 



DEBENTUBES. In will. Re Lane, 14 Ch. Div. 857. 



DEBT. 



U S 7/. Colt, I Pet. C. C. 145; Zinn ""• RHterman, 2 Abb. Pr. N. S. 
261 : Andrews v. Murray, 9 Abb. Pr. 8 ; Weston v. City of Syracuse, 
17 N. Y. no; Garrison v. Howe, 17 N. Y. 458; Elwood v. Derfen- 
dorf, 5 Barb. 398; People v. Arguello, 37 Cal. 524; Scott 7/. Daven- 
port, 34 Iowa, 308 ; Baltimore v. Gill, 31 Md. 375 ; City of Camden 
7/. Allen. 26 N.J. (L.) 398. 

In constitution. Morgan v. State, 47 Ala. 34; Caldwell v. State, 55 
Ala. 133: People v. Flagg, 46 N. Y. 40' ; Newell v. People, 7 N. Y. 
9; MusserT/. Stewart, 21 Ohio St. 353. 

In statute. Weston v. City of Syracuse, 17 N. Y. no; Innes v. East 
India Co., 17 C. B. 351 ; Esmond v. Bullard, 16 Hun. 65; Flanagan 
V. Watkins, 3 B.& Aid. 191 : Clingman v. Kemp, 57 Ala. 195 ; Dow- 
ling 7/ Stewart, 4 111. 193: Lowell 7/. Comm's. 106 Mass. 540; Cald- 
well V. State, 55 Ala. 135 : re Greenskill, L. R., 8 C. P. 24 : Camp v. 
Grant, 21 Conn. 54; State v. Gambs, (56 Mo. 289; Hodsall v. Bax- 
ter, I El. B. & El. 885 ; Dunlop v. Keith, i Leigh, 430 ; ex parte Reed, 
4 Cranch C. C. 582 ; Queen v. Guardians, L. R.. 9 Q- B. 383 ; re 



DEBT. 



DEBT. 



DEBTS. 



Bates V. State 
J. S.. 8 Wheat. 

Vt. 31a. 

er. 1 1 Wis. 334. 

zeau, 37 Mich, 
nan?'. Chicago, 

[ Adoi. 225. 
, 21 Vt. 484. 

19- 
In statute. U. 

>ck, 14 Blatchf. 

Berks Co. v, 
270. 

Bulkley v. 
U. S. V. Wag- 

ite. Graham v. 

S- 

7- 

swanst. Ch. 161. 

lilt. 323. 



Abb. Pr. N. S. 
:ity of Syracuse, 
wood V. Derfen- 
Seott V. Daven- 
City of Camden 

irell V. State, 55 
People, 7 N. Y. 

o; Innes v. East 
in. 65 ; Flanagan 
' Ala. 195 ; Dow- 
Mass. 540; Cald- 
. P. 24 ; Camp v. 

Hodsall V. Bax- 
) ; ex parte Reed, 

9 Q- B. 383 ; re 



DEBT — Continued. 

Derby's estate, 3 Ch, Div. 290; Parker v, Incc, 4 Hurl. & N. 54,; 

Dryden v. Kellogg, 2 Mo. (App.)88 ; ex parte Kaye, i B. & Ad. 652; 

Kclton V, Phillips. 3 Mctc. 62; Stokes v. Mason, 10 R. I. 261; 

Crouch V. Gridley, 6 Hill, 250; Kellogg v. Schuyler, 2 Dcnio, 73; 
-'- re Colton, 2 N. Y. Leg. Ohs, 370; Cook i>. Newman, 8 How. I'r. 

523; Warner 7'. Cammack, 37 Iowa, 642 ; Smith v. Owens. 17 Wis, 

397 ; Thompson v. Harding, 3 C. B. (N. S.) 264, 
aooount, claim or demand. In statute. Boyle v. Brandon, 13 

M. & W. 741. 

agaiuBt the estate. In statute. Prince 7/. Prince, 47 Ala. 284, 

arising out of or founded on a contract. /;/ constitution. 

Cotton V. Sharpstcin, 14 Wis. 226 ; re Mowry, 12 Wis. 53. 
contracted. In statute. Williams 7'. Harding, L. R., i H. L. Cns. 

9; Armstrong 7'. Cowles, 44 Conn. 44; Cox v. Gould, 4 Biiitchf. 

345- 
defbult or misoirriage. In statute. Birkmyr v. Darnell, 2 Ld. 

Ray. 10S5 ; Kirkham ?'. Master. 2 B. &Ald. 613; Castling 7/. Aubert. 

2 East, 3-. Turner %'. Hubbell, 2 Day. 457 ; Combs v, Harshaw, 63 

N. C, 198; il.iyes7'. Burkham, 51 Ind. 130; ConneratT^. Goldsmith, 

6 Ga. 14; Riiad T'. Nash, 1 Wils. 305; Winckwoith v. Mills, 2 Esp, 

484. 
a ,0 to the Unitdd States. In statute. IT. S. v. State Bk,, 6 

I'eters. 29. 
existing la the time of the adjudication of bankruptcy. In 

statute. ZiinmerT/. Schleehauf, 115 Mass. 52. 
or damagos. In statute. Doe v. Reynolds, 10 B. & C. 481; 

Chase v. Ingalls, 97 Mass. 524. 
or damages demanded* Jn statute. Clay v. Barlow, 123 Mass. 

or demand. In statute. Hibbard v, Clark, 56 N. H. 1 55 ; White 

V. Hunt, 6 N.J. (L.)4i5. 

upon record. Attorney-General v. Sewell, 4 M. & W. -jj . 

his present or any fVit\ire . In contract. Martin v. Wright, 6 

g. B. 919. 
surety for, or liable for any . In statute. Westcott?'. Hodges, 

5 B. & Aid. 15. 
Gifiord V. Whitcomb, 9 Cush. 483; Stanley v. Ogden, 2 Root, 259. 
In statute. Lanckton v. Wolcott, 6 Mete. 307 ; New Haven Saw Mill 

Co. V. Fowler, 28 Conn. 103; Smith v. Omans, 17 Wis. 397. 
DEBTOBS. In statute. Pratte v. Scott, 19 Mo. 625. 

DEBTS. Green v. Gruber, 26 La, Ann. 694. 

In constitution. State v. Beackiuo, S Blatchf. 246, 

In power. Berg 7/. RaricliiT, 6 Johns. Ch. 302. 

In statute. Pease v. Fclger, 14 Mass. 264 (7 Am. Dec. 213); Atlas Bk. 

V. Nahant Bk., 3 Mete. 582; Wright v. Fairchild. 2 B. & Ad. 730; 

Stanton v. Wilkerson, 8 Ben. 387 ; Askew v. Hale Co., 54 Ala. 639 ; 

Cable V. Gaty, 34 Mo. 573; Perry v. Washburn, 20 Cal. 318 ; Lane 
'Co. V. Oregon. 7 Wall. 71; Hepburn v. Griswold, 8 Wall. 603; 

Kimpston 7/. Bronson, 4; Barb. 618; Lewis 7-'. New York Cent. R. 

Co., 49 Barb. 330; McGorn v. Shirk, 54 III. 408 ; Wilson v. Morxan, 

4 Robt. 58; Babcock v. Lillis, 4 Bradf. 218 ; Sillis" case, 4 Abb. Pr. 



X>EBTS. 



96 



DECISION. 



DEBTS — Continued. 

272; Pine v. Rikert, 21 Barb. 469: Holman 7a Bennett. 44 Miss. 322 : 

People V. Halsey. 53 Barb. 547 : Longworth v. Mitchell, 26 Ohio St. 

334; Dutton V. Palaret, 52 Pa. St. 109; ex parte Tower, i N. Y. 

Leg. Obs. 8; ex parte King, i N. Y. Leg. Obs. 276; Spalding v. 

People. 7 Hill. 301 ; Brown 7/. Lamb, 6 Mete. 203. Hargroves v. 

Chambers, 30 Ga. 58; Mill Dam Foundry v. Hovey. 21 Piclc. 417. 

Haynes v. Brown, 36 N. H. 545 : Andrews v. Murray, 9 Abb. Pr. 8 ; 

Cable V. McCune. 26 Mo. 371; McHaig v. Eastman. 35 How. Pr 

205; Oviatt V. Hughes. 41 Barb. 541; Leggettt/. Bk. of Sing Sing. 

24 N. Y. 283; L^ewall v. Lancaster Bk.. 17 S. & R. 285 ; Rogers v. 

Huntington Bk., 12 S. & R. n. Howe v, Sheppard, 2 Sumn. 150; 

re Morse, 17 Blatchf. 74 : U. S. v. Pacific R. Co.. 4 Dill. 68. 
In will. MartioT/. Gage, 9N. Y. 398. 

' and liabilities. In plea. Stanton 7/. Wilkeson, 9 Ben. 357. 

and liabilities provable. In statute. Re Drapery Co., 5 Ch. 



DECEASE. 
DECEIT. 

DECIDE. 
DECIDED. 

DECISION. 



Carver v. Braintree Manuf. Co., 2 



Div. 248. 

contracted. In statute. 

Story C. C. 432- 

due from the deceased. In statute. U. S. v. Eggleston. 4 Saw- 
yer, 199. 

due to such bankrupt. In statute. Sullivan v. Bridge, i Mass. 

511. 
dues, demands or claims now due or to grow duo. In bond. 

Springsteen v. Samson, 32 N. Y. 703. 

of her husband. In statute. Kennedy v. Lange. 50 Md. 94. 

or demands. In statute. Hibbard v. Clark. 56 N. H. 155. 

payable by law out of his personal estate. In statute. Per- 

cival V. Queen, 3 H. & C. 217. 

all due and owing. In will. Essington v. Vashon, 3 Mer. 434. 

all owing or accruing. In statute. Mitchell ?/. Lee, 8 B. & S. 

99 ; Dresser v. Johns. 6 C. B. (N. S.) 434 ; Jones v. Thompson, i 

El. B. & El. 64. 
existing of the corporation. In statute. Cable v. iMcClure, 26 

Mo. 371. 
my just to be first paid. In will. Owen v. Ellis, 64 Mo. 77. 

whatever . In will. Carrw. Carr. 1 Mer. 541. 

from and after the . Tn will. Gibson v. Walker, 20 N. Y. 476. 

Farwell v. Metcalf, 61 111. 373- 

In statute. State v. Christianbury, Busb. (L.) 46. 

In will. Morrow v. Battison, i App. Cas. 428. 

or take part in the decision. In statute. Corning v. Slosson, 

16 N. Y. 294. 
Tallman v. Cook, 43 la. 330. 

/;; bill of exceptions. Cotton v. Bradley, 38 Ala. 506. 
In statute. Reg. v. Padwick, 8 El. & Bl. 707. 
Houston V. Williams, 13 Cal. 27. 
In statute. Wilson v. Vance, 55 Ind. 394; Hanna v. Comra's, 29 Ind. 

170. 
of the collector of customs. In statute. U. S. 7a Cousinery, 

7 Ben. 251. 



DECISION. 



nett, 44 Miss. 322; 
;chell,26()liio St. 
! Tower, i N. Y. 
276 ; Spalding v. 
3, Hargroves v. 
vey, 21 Pick. 417. 
rray, 9 Abb. Pr. 8 ; 
jan, 35 How. Pr 
. Bk. of Sing Sing, 
?. 285 ; Rogers v. 
lard, 2 Sunin. 150; 
\ Dill. 68. 

in. 9 Ben. 357. 
irapery Co., 5 Ch. 

ee Manuf. Co., 2 

Eggleston, 4 Saw- 

V. Bridge, i Mass. 

ow duo. In bond. 

nge, 50 Md. 94. 

56 N. H. 155. 

, In Stat tile. Per- 

/■ashon, 3 Mer. 434. 
1 V. Lee. 8 B. & S. 
es V. Thompson, i 

ible V. McClure, 26 
Ellis. 64 Mo. 77. 

Iker, 20 N. Y. 476. 



horning v. Slosson, 

V, Comra's, 29 Ind. 
U. S. V. Cousinery, 




i ;w i l umi iij u. i 'mf i 



DECISION. 



97 



DEED. 



DECISION — Continued. 

or order. In statute. Re Greaves, 13 Ch. Di v. 882. 

judgment or . In statute. Estey 7/. Scheckler. 36 Wis. ^ 34. 

on the or guards of any steamer. In statute. Union Lns. Co. 



DECKS. 

V. Shaw, 2 Dill. 14. 

DECLABATION. People t/. Strong. 30 Cal. 151. , 

In statute. U. S. v. Ambrose, 2 Fed. Rep. 556. 
DECLARATIONS. In insurance policy. Knecht v. Mutual Ins. Co., 90 Pa. St. 118 



DECLABE. 



DECLABED. 

DECLINES. 
DECREE. 



DECREED. 
DEDICATED. 



DEDICATION 



DEDTTCIBLE. 
DEDUCTION. 
DEED 



In insurance policy. Knecht 7'. Mutual Ins. Co., 90 Pa. St. 120. 

and a£B.rm. In affidavit. Basset v. Dean, 17 N. J. (L.) 432. 

his interest. In statute. Liquidators v, Coleman, L. R., 6 H. 

L. 189. 

such admixture. In statute. Pope v. Teall. L. R., 9 C. P. ;oo. 

In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 4 B. & Adol. 465. 

created or . In statute. McClellan v. McClellan, 65 Me. 500 

to appeal. In statute. Groner v. Hield, 22 Wis. 207. 

In statute. McLanahan v. Maxwell, 28 Cal. 75, 

or judgment. In contract. Russell v. Lathrop, 117 Mass. 425. 

or judgment establishing the validity of said patent. In 

contract. Russell v. Lathrop, 122 Mass. 300. 

subjecting to sale. In statute. Ware v. McDonald, 62 Ala. 82. 

In statute. Pratt v. Pratt, 5 Mo. (App.) 539. 

Com. V. Matthews, 122 Mass. 60; Methodist Episcopal Church v. 
Hoboken, 33 N. J. (L.) 13; Baton Rouge v. Bird, 21 La. Ann. 244; 
Minnesota v. Bachelder, i Wall. 109 ; Bartlett v. Crittenden, 5 Mc- 
Lean, 32 ; Pulte V. Derby, 5 McLean, 328. 

Minnesota t/, B-ichelder, i Wall. 109; Irwin v. Dixon, 9 How. 10; 
Barteau v. West, 23 Wis. 416; Hunter v. Trustees of Sandy Hill, 6 
Hill, 407; Mayor, etc., of Macon v. Franklin, 12 Ga. 239; Branch 
V. Collier, 56 Mo. 160 ; Grogan v. Town of Haywood, 4 Fed. Rep. 
161 ; Robertson v. Town of Wellsville, i Bond, 81. 

of record. In statute. Mattison t/. Walker, i Biss. 62. 

In statute. Stevenson v. Hare, 2 Sawyer, 585. 

Whitney w. Sweet, 22 N. H. 10; McCabe v. Hunter, 7 Mo. 355 ; Ham- 
mond V. Alexander, i Bibb, 333 ; Long v. Ramsey, 1 S. & R. 72 ; 
Taylor z/. Glazer, 2 S. & R. 502; Wing w. Chase, 35 Me. 260; Hol- 
land V. Rogers, 33 Ark. 252 ; Wood v. Owings, i Cranch, 239. 

In contract. Hellman v. Howard, 44 Cal. loi ; Parker v. McAlister, 
14 Ind. 12; Brown v. Gammon, 14 Me. 276; Ketchum v. Everston, 
13 Johns. 359 ; Pomeroy v. Drury, 14 Barb. 418. 

In mortgage. Eaton v. White, 18 Wis. 517. 

In statute. Queen v. Morton, L. R., 2 C. C. R. 22 ; Sturman v. Crav- 
ens, 29 Ark. 557 ; People v. Caton. 25 Mich. 388 ; Pfeaff w. Roche, 50 
Md. 273; Reg. V. Fauntleroy, i C. & P. 421 ; Rex v. Lyon, i Russ. 
& Ry. 25s ; Rex. v. Fauntleroy, 1 Moody, 52 ; American Ins. Co. v. 
Avery, 60 Ind. 566. 

not otherwise charged. In statute. Clayton v. Burtenshaw, 5 

B. & C. 45 ; Wilson v. Smith, 12 M. & W. 401. 

of conveyance. In statute. Lemay v. Poupenez, 43 Mo. 71. 



DEED. 







DEFAULT- 



In statute. Lass v. Steinberg, 50 Mo. 



DEED — Continued. 

. of trust or mortgage. 

124. 
or conveyance. In statute. Hobblewhite v. McMoriiiC, 6 M. 

& W. 200. 

good . In contract. Barrow v. Bispham, 1 1 N. J. (L.) 1 10. 

good and lawftil In contract. Withers v. Board. 7 Witts. 227. 

good and perfect In contract. Greenwood ?'. Ligon. 18 Miss. 

615; Teemster 7/. May. 21 Miss. 275: Wiggins v. McGimpsey, 21 
Miss. 532; Mobley v. Keys, 2i Miss. 677. 

good and sufficient In contract. Brown v. Covilland, 6 Cal. 

566 ; Brown v. Gammon, 14 Me. 276. 

good and sufficient of general warranty. In contract. Bost- 

wick V. Williams, 36 HI. 65. 

good and sufficient with covenant of warranty. In contract. 

Tindal v. Coroner, 20 N. J. (L.) 214. 

good and sufficient warranty In contract. Parker v. Par- 

nele, 20 Johns. 1 30 : Tinney v. Ashley, 1 5 Pick. 546 : Aiken z/. Sand- 
ford. 5 Mass. 494; Everson v. Kirsland, 4Paige, 628. 

good and warrantee In contract. Joslyn v. Taylor, 33 Vt. 

470. _ 

lawful of conveyance. In contract. Dearth 7/. Williamson, 2 S. 

& R. 498. 
DEEMED. In statute. New Brunswick, etc.. R. To. v. Muggeridge. 4 Hurl. & N. 

,6, ; De Benvoor v. Welsh, 7 B. & C. 278 ; Pratt v. Pratt, 5 Mo. 
(Ap'p.) 539 ; Blaufus V. People, 69 N. Y. 107 (25 Am. Rep. 148). 

by the law of this State a felony. In statute. U. S. v. Barnabo. 

HBlatchf. 74- 
shall be a citizen. In statute. Leonard v. Grant, 5 Fed. Rep. 1 1 . 

Hess' Appeal, i Watts. 257. 

indebted. Winchester v. Charter, 102 Mass. 275. 

contract. Farmers Bk. v. Lyon, 74 N. Y. 575- 

government. Chisholm v. Coleman, 43 Ala. 204 ; Thomas v. 

Taylor, 42 Miss. 651 ; Williams v. Bruffy. 6 Otto, 177: Keppel v. 
Petersburg R. Co., Chase's Dec. 167. 

officer. Penn v. Tallison, 26 Ark. 545 : State v. Carroll, 38 Conn. 

449- Hildreth v. Mclntire, i J. J. Marsh. 206(19 Am. Dec. 61) ; Peo- 
ple' 7/. Staton. 73 N. C. 546: People v. Albertson, 8 How. Pr 363; 
Plymouth V. Painter, 17 Conn. 585; Comm'rs v. McDaniel, 7 Jones 
(L) 107: Rice V. Com.. 3 Bush. 14; Brown v. Lunt, 37 Me. 423: 
Wilcox V. Smith, 5 Wend. 231 ; Gregg v. Jamison, 55 Pa. St. 468; 
ex parte Strong, 21 Ohio St. 610. 

public In statute. Bienvenu v. Her Husband, 14 La. Ann. 

386 ; Homes v. Carver, 16 La. Ann. 94. 
Page V. Sutton, 29 Ark. 304 ; Douglass v. Langdon, 29 Iowa, 245 : 

Wakefield v. Johnson, 26 Ark. 506. 
In statute. Sweeny v. Gillhooly, 103 Mass, 549. 

of another. In statute. Green v. Creswell, 10 Ad. & Ell. 453- 

in payment. In bond. Albert v. Grosvenor Co., 8 B. & S. 664. 

jbr of all such issue. In will Lees v. Ford, 2 El. & Bl. 971. 

judgment of . In statute. Borgwald v. Fleming, 69 Mo. 212. 

through the /« statute. Ex parte Cording, 4 B. & Adol. 207. 



DEFINITIVE. 
DEEPLY. 
DE FACTO. 



DEFAMATION. 
DEFAUIiT. 



nberg, 50 Mo. 
cMoritte, 6 M. 

(L.)iio. 
j. 7 Witts. 227. 
:.igon. 18 Miss, 
^IcGimpsey, 21 

3viI1and, 6 Cal. 

contract. Bf>st- 

by. In contract. 

Parker v. Par- 
Aiken v. Sand- 

Taylor, 33 Vt. 
Williamson, 2 S. 

ge, 4 Hurl, & N. 
V. Pratt, 5 Mo. 
1. Rep. 148). 
U. S. V. Barnabo. 

t, 5 Fed. Rep. II. 

204; Thomas v. 
, 177; Keppel V. 

Carroll. 38 Conn. 
n. Dec. 61); Peo- 
. 8 How. Pr. 363 ; 
IcDaniel, 7 Jones 
unt. 37 Me. 423; 
n, 55 Pa. St. 468; 

land, 14 La. Ann. 

on, 29 Iowa, 245 ; 



Ad. & EH. 453- 
Co.. 8 B. & S. 664, 
2 El. & Bl. 97>- 
ng, 69 Mo. 212. 
4 B. & Add. 207. 



DEFECTIVE, 



DEFENDANT, 



DEFENSE. 



DEFEASANCE,* Shaw v. Erskine, 43 Me. 371. 

DEFEATED, party. In statute. Wood v. Bailey, 21 Wall. 640. 

DEFECT. In statute. Burt v. Boston, 122 Mass. 223. 

in the highway. In statute. Munson v. Town of Derby, 37 

Conn. 310; Hixon v. Lowell, 13 Gray, 59. 

■ of parties. In statute. Palmer v. Davis, 28 N, Y. 242 ; Neil v. 

Ohio, etc.. College, 31 Ohio St. 13; Great Western Comp. Co t'. 
JEita. Ins. Co., 40 Wis. 373. 

or instiffloient description or speoifloation. In statute. Minn 

7'. Adams. 3 Wall, Jr, 20. 

road. In statute. Hewison v. City of New Haven, 34 Conn. 139. 

Allen V. Miller, 11 Ohio St. 374; Hull v. Garner, 31 Miss. 145. 
In judgment. Claggett t/. Blanchard, 8 Dana, 41 ; Neal v. Singleton, 

26 Ark, 241. 
//; statute. Schuyler 7'. Mercer Co., 9 III. 20 ; Com. v. Intoxicating 
Liquors, 122 Mass. 8 ; Leavitt v. Lyons, 1 18 Mass. 470; King v. Lane, 
7 Mo. 242 ; Morgan v. New York, etc., R. Co., 10 Paige, 290. 

in the action. In statute. Malley v. Altman, 14 Wis, 22 ; Almy 

7'. Piatt, 16 Wis. 169. 

upon the petition of the . In statute. Leavitt v. Lyons, 118 

Mass. 470. 
In statute. Poland 7' Johnson, 16 Abb. Pr. 235 ; Stewart v. Travis, 10 
How, Pr. 148 ; Houghton 7/. Townsend, 8 How, Pr. 441 ; New- 
man t^. Otto, 4 Sandf. 668; Miller v. Martin, 3 Halst, 201; Pellas 
V. Ins. Co., 5 C. P. Div. 35 , Palmer v. Low, 2 Sawyer, 249, 

the same . In statute. Barton v.' Rector, 7 Mo, 524. 

DEFICIENCY. in quantity. Tn bill of lading. Meyer v. Peck, 28 N, Y. 590. 

In statute. People 7/. Bradley, 36 Mich. 477. 
Iluxford V. Milligan, 50 Ind. 543. 

and certain share in stock. In statute. Re Alsager, 2 H. & 

C. 978, 

or final decree. In statute. Gesseu s Appeal, 84 Pa, St. 283. 

of her dower. In statute. Hopper 7/. Hopper, i Zab, 543. 

In statute. Simmons v. Carrier, 60 Mo. 581 ; Crow %>. Beardsley, 68 

Mo, 435- 
State 7', Bishop, 15 Me. 122, 
In statute. Crow v. Beardsley, 68 Mo. 435. 
Adams v. Powers, 48 Miss. 451. 
Bower v. State. 5 Mo. 364. 

and premeditated. In statute. Milton z/. State, 6 Neb, 136, 

DELIBERATION. State v Wei* ers, 66 Mo, 13. 

DELICATE. condition. In petition for divorce. Dwyer v. Dwyer, 2 Mo. 

App. 21. 
DELINEATED. In statute. Dowling v. R. Co.. L. R., 18 Eq, Cas. 714, 

DEUNQXTENTS. juvenile In statute. People v. Park, 41 N. Y. 21. 

DELIRIUM. Owing's case, i Bland Ch, 370 (17 Am. Dec. 311). 
DELIVER. Shrewsbury v. United States, 18 Wall, 664. 

up such lease or agreement. In statute. Slack v. Sharp, 8 

Ad. & Ell. 373- 



DEFINE. 
DEFINITE. 



DEFINITIVE. 

DEFORCED. 

DEFRAUD. 

DEGREE. 
DELAY. 
DELEGATION 
DELIBERATE 



DELIVER. 



100 



DEMISE. 



DELIVEB.Y. 



DEMAin>. 



DELIVBB-Continue_d. ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ shclton .. French. 33 Conn. 489. 

DELIVERANCE. In.tatutc. Wisher .^ P.erson. 3 VVend. 345- 

" TVERED asignedbiU. /« ./.r/«/.. Ph.lby i^. Hazle. 8 C B (N^b.) 47 

DELIVERED. ^ _^ g^^^^^.^^ ^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^ ^^y^^,, l. R.. 9 Ch. 

_!'to the payee or some person in his behalf. In .U.i. Hutch. 

8 Ind. 364 . Lambeth v. Wells. '2^°°- 5 • „. . ^^ ^ Rged. 31 

Mass 30; Morse?'. Sherman. 106 Mass. 433. »"'c»^eu z'. i^ 
Ark. .31 ; LitHe Rock R. Co. v. Page, 35 Ark. 304. 
In statute. Bell t'. Bament, 9 M. & W. 37- 
_ to market. In contract. Farrmgton z/. Meek. 30 Mo. 578. 
awaiting — Railroad Co. .. Manuf. Co.. .6 Wall. 3.8^ ^ 

before In contract. Pettitt t/. Mitchell, 4 Man. & 6.138. 

w" .Codwise.4Johns. 536; re ^^enny, . HiiK »o: Saddlesvene 
., Arms VI How. Pr. 280 ; Musson v. Lake, 4 How. 262. 

ford V. Barnard. 8 Allen, 3«5- 

of any debt. In statute. Mitchell v. Shelton, 35 Conn. 3-^ 

___ originally exceeding five pounds. In statute. Elsley..,K.rby, 

9 M. & VV. 539. ^ ^ , 

on In note. Aldous .. Cornwall. 9 B. & S. 6. 5. 

two years after .date on—. In note. State Bank .. Fox, 3 

Blatchf.43'. _ „ 

__ and claims. In sale 0/ property of corporation. Vilas v. Farwell, 

9 Wis. 462. 
m MuU. Slate Bank V. Tutt,",* «». 367 : Baker r. Runkle, 4. Mo. 

„U -. /.«»'-'. Vedde,.. Veaa., , De"-57; MaH.^ ,,, Mar- 
.•ir.tt I Id Rav. JU; Henry z'. Henry, 1 1 ina. 230 , iTj.iy 
York I. Lord:'7 VVend. 285 ; .8 id. .26 ; Bigbee ..Coon,bs. 64 Mo. 
g-'g ; Edwards v. Smith, 63 Mo. 128. 
Dennett .. Dennett, 44 N. H. 53« = Hall v. Unger. 2 Abb. (U. S.) 507. 
__ non curat lex. Marshall v. Peters. .2 How. Pr. 2.8 ; Woo sey 
1 .^^ . nuer «<;• Seneca Road Co. v. Auburn, 5 Hill, 170. 
Emctt :.c Roafco.l Buffalo, e.c, B. Co.. ,o Barb. 6«. 
In contract. Messent 7/. Reynolds, 3 C B. 200. 

w J foronrfplpt 26 Mo 112; Blair t/. Rankin, II Mo. 

64; Hart V. Windsor. 12 M. & W. 84. 



DEMAin)S. 



DEMENTIA. 
DEMINIIIIS. 

DEMISE. 



DEMISE. 



^89. 

C. B. (N. S.) 647. 
od. L. R.. 9 Ch. 

In lUed. Hutch- 

lam, 49 : Black v. 
rq. 14; O'Bannon 
Brown. 15 Johns. 
S; Mallet?/. Page, 
lan V. Parker, iia 
ickett V. Reed, 31 
4- 

, 30 Mo. 578. 
ill. 318. 
[an. & G. 138- 
220 : Saddlesvene 
low. 262. 

wrence v. Wilcox, 
; Queen v. Guard- 
52~'Cal. 568; Blck- 

™, 35 ^'o""- 3- 

te. Elsleyv. Kirby, 

615. 

e Bank v. Fox, 3 

«. Vilas V. Farwell, 

er V. Runkle, 41 Mo. 

257; Marks v. Mar- 
236 i Mayor of New 
56 V. Coombs, 64 Mo. 

5r, 2 Abb. (U. S.) 507- 
w. Pr. 218; Woolsey 
\uburn, 5 Hill, 17° : 
, 20 Barb. 644. 

\\xv. Rankin, 11 Mo. 
V. Williams, 8 Mass. 
,. Foule, 9 N. H. 219; 
herford, 92 U. S. 107 ; 
Benson, i McClelland, 



■mviiMtflMm^ 



DEMISE. 



lOI 



DEPOT. 



DEMISE —Continued. 
In deed. 



DEMISED. 
DEMOLISH. 
DEMONSTRATIVE. ■ 
DEMURRAGE. Cross 



Moneypenny v. Moncypcnny, 9 H. L. Cas. 114; Spratt ?'. 
Jefllrey, 10 B. & C 260; Hurde ?'. Gray, i Man. & G. 206; Foster 
V. Peyser, 9 Cush. 246. 
Jr. statute. Voorhees ?'. Presbyterian Church, 5 How. Pr. 58. 
- — lease and to farm let. In lease. Crouch v. Fowie, 9 N. H. 219 

(32 Am. Dec. 350). 
In plea. Hill v. Saunders. 4 B. & C. 533. 
Reg. V. Howell, 9 C. & P. 437 ; Reg. v. Harris, Car. & M. 661 . 
■ legacy. Armstrong's Appeal, 63 Pa. St. 312. 
Beard, 26 N. Y. 85 ; Donaldson v. McDowell, i Holmes, 



290. 



DEMURRER. 



DENY. 



DEPART. 



DEPARTURE. 



Ex parte Vermilyea, 6 Cow. 555. 

parol . Oppenheimer v. Grieves, 7 Hurl. & N. 537. 

In statute, Watson 71. Hawkins, 60 Mo. 553. 

the existence of Ood. In statute. Com . v. Kneeland, 20 Pick. 

206. 

ftrom. In statute. Blodgett v. Utley, 4 Neb. 25, 

Arom and reside out of. In statute. Venuci v. Cademartori, 

59 Mo. 353 ; Garth v. Robards, 20 Mo. 523. 

Arom the port. In statute. Young?/. The Orpheus, 119 Mass. 

179; The Active v. U. S., 7 Cranch, 109; i Paine, 247. 

the realm. In statute. Williams ?/. Nunn, i Camp. 154, 

this life without lawful issue. In will. Anderson v. Jackson. 

16 Johns. 382 (8 Am. Dec. 330). 

this life without leaving issue. In will. Besant v. Cox. 6 Ch. 

Div. 604. 
The John Farron, 14 Blatchf. 24; McAvoy v. Wright, 25 Ind. 22; 
Kimberlin v. Carter, 49 Ind. lu ; Allen v. Watson, 16 Johns. 205; 
White?'. Joy, 13 N. Y. 83, 
DEPENDENCY. In statute. Com. ?'. Estabrook, 10 Pick. 293 ; GofI v. Fowler, 3 
Pick. 300. 
suit shall be . In statute. Wilson v. Hood, 3 H. &. C. 148. 

Bliss ?'. Sherman, 47 Me. 248. 

Foster?'. Essex Bk., 17 Mass. 479; Williams v. Laudry, 18 La. Ann. 
208; Lilly V. Comm'rs, 69 N. C. 300 ; Ruffin v. Comm'rs, 69 N. C. 
498, Catlin ?'. S.ivings Bk., 7 Conn. 487 ; Bloodworth v. Jacobs. 2 
La. Ann. 25; Montgomery v. Evans, 8 Ga. 178. 

In statute. Toler v. White, Ware, 280. 

irregular . Durnford ?/. Segher, 9 Mart. (La.) 484 ; State v. Clark, 

4 Ind. 315. 

on . In statute. Ruf?in ?'. Comm's, 69 N. C. 498. 

the same in the post-office. In statute. Stanton v. Cline. 1 1 

N. Y. 196. 
Stimpson ?/. Books, 3 Blatchf. 456. 
Ill statute. Queen v. Fletcher, L. R., i C. C. R. 320 ; State v. Dayton, 

3 Zab. 49. 
Pittsburg, etc.. R. Co. v. Chicago, etc., R. Co., 24 Ohio St. 219. 
In Ml of lading. Maghee v. Camden, etc., R. Co., 45 N. Y. 514. 



DEPENDING. 

DEPONENT. 

DEPOSIT. 



DEPOSITING, 
DEPOSITION. 

DEPOT. 



DEPOT. 



102 



DESCRIPTION. 



DEPOT —Continued. 

grounds 



DEPOTS 



Blair V. Milwaukee, etc.. R. Co.. 20 Wis. 257 : Fowler 
V. Farmers* Loan Co.. 21 Wis. 78. «, o Co 17 
or station. In statute. State 7/. New Haven, etc.. R. Co., 37 

postT^'and stations. In contract. Caldwell's case. .9 Wall. 264. 



DEPRECIATED. currency. 

DEPRIVED. 



In statute. 



De Forest v. Redfield, 4 Blatchf. 483- 



DEPUTY. 



In constitution. Grant v. Courter, 24 B.^rb. 232. 

In statute. Braybrooke v. Atfy-Gen.. 9 H. L. Cas. 150. 

^1 of the provision made for her by wiU. or otherwxse in lieu 

of dower In statute. Thon.pson v. McGraw, . Mete. 73- 
/« ././«/.. Rogers V. Jones, 7 B. & C. 88; Hughes .. Jones, . B. & 

_^'clerk. In statute. Willamette Co. v. Gordon. 6 Oregon, ,75. 
_ sheriff. Allen .. Smith. .2 N. J. (L.) .62; Tillotson v. Cheet- 

J:: ^oC^ss.' r« Indian treaty. Chero.ee Nation .. State, , 

Peters I i_ 

The Island City. . Black, .2. : The George Nicholaus, i Newb. 4491 

The Charles.' Newb. 3^9 ; The Leathers. . Newb. 42.. 
In statute. Legge v. Boyd, i C. B. 93- ^^. „, 
and abandoned. Wyman v. Hurlburt, i Ohio. 81. 

title. Atfy-Gen. T'.Ruhton, 2 H.&C. 82a 

Infill. Fleming v. Fleming . H. & C. 244: Dove v. Torr, 128 

Mass. 38. , . J, 
to his children. In will. Leavitt ./. Logan. 3 Wall. Jr.. 184. 

DESCENDANTS. Jewel W. Jewell, 28 Cal.232_ „,. Bryan 7.. Walton. 20 

"ri^o7w:ikrrw:ikr2fG^ 

^•n 2 Mf 4?^ Armstrong .. Moran. . Bradf. 3H; Hamhn .. 

Osgood, I Redf. 409* 
Ricklev V. Bickley. L. R., 4 Eq. Cas. 216. . ^ , , , , 

!!_ g[ft or devise from the parent or other kindred. In statute. 

Gardner v. Collins. 2 Peters. 58. 
collateral Levy v. McArtee, 6 Pet. .02. 



DERKLICT. 



DERIVATIVE 
DESCEND. 



DESCENT. 



c. Do 



102. 



DESCRIBED. 



:'C. i02. 

Railroad Co w. 



Beal, 47 Cal. 



immediate Levy v. Mc-A.f. 

lineal Levy v. McArt.:c, 

mediate Levy v. McArt.ee, 

in and conveyed by. /« 

DESCRIPTION. Tcontract. Simond ,/. Braddon, 2 C. B^ (N. S.) S^S- 
DESCRIPTION. ^ ^ j^ ^ ^ Q B ^„^. ^ B. & s. 383. 

Umitthe— of his workmen. /« ././«/^. Skinner .. Ketch, 

I R 2 O B '^q5. 
tr^e--."'/«"i'«'- DeWitt ..Smith, 63 Mo. 263; Mechan.c, 

Planing Mill v. Nast, 7 Mo. (App.) U9. 



SCRIP TION. 



is. 357 : Fowler 

itc, R. Co., 37 

se. 19 Wall. 264. 
d, 4 Blatchf. 483- 

;o. 

lerwiso in lieu 

i^Ietc. 73- 

V. Jones, I B. & 

) Oregon, I75- 
lotson V. Cheet- 

ation V. State, 5 

lus, I Newb. 449; 
. 421 • 

0. 81. 

ove V. Torr, 128 

} Wall. Jr., 184. 

yan v. Walton, 20 
11 V. Field, 9 R. I- 

Oiv.989; Crosby V. 
; Barstow v. Good- 
Jf. 314; Hamlin v. 

indred. In statute. 



tr ii> ■ II I n frmf^mfmimff^ 



Co, V. Beal, 47 ^a'- 

.) 525. 

9 B. & S. 383. 

Skinner v. Ketch, 

lo. 263; Mechanics' 



DESERT. 



lit 



DESTRUCTIVE. 



DESERTER. 
DESERTION. 



DESIGN. 



DESIGNATE. 

DESIGNATED. 

DESIGNED. 



DESERT, willftilly . In statute. McCormack v. McCormack, 19 Wis. 172. 

DESERTED. utterly . In statute. Pidge v. Pidge, 3 Mete. 259. 

In slander. Hollingswoith v. Shaw. 19 Ohio St.-430 (2 Am. Rep. 411). 
Meldowney v. Meldowney, I3 C. E. Green, 328 ; Benkert v. Benkert, 
32 Cal. 467 ; Orr v. Orr, 8 Bush, 1 56 ; Kcstlur v. Kcstler, 4 Stew. 
Ch. 197; Thorpe v. Thorpe, 9 R. I. 57 ; Bailey v. Bailey, 21 Gratt, 
43; Steele w. Steele, I McArthur, 505; Bennett t/. Bennett, 43 Conn. 
315 ; Cloutman v. Tunison, Sumn. 373 ; Coffin v. Jenkins, 3 Story, 
108; Harrison u. South Scituate, II 5 Mass 336. 
In statute. Queen v. Guardians, 5 Q. B. Div. 3« : Edward v. Trevel- 
lick, 4 El. &. Bl. 68 ; Southwick v. Southwick. 9/ Mass. 328 ; Magrath 
V. Magrath, 103 Mass. 577 : Lea v. Lea, 8 Allen, 418; Stoddard v. 
Stoddard, II Chicago L. N. 162. 
McKee v. Holdsworth. L. R., i Q. B. 264. 
In indictment. Com. w. Morse, 2 Mass. 128. 

In statute. Clark v. Bonsfield, 10 Wall. 133: Binns v. Woodruff, 4 
Wash. C. C. 48. 

for the shape or configuration of an article of merchandise. 

In statute. Milligen v. Picken, i C, B. 800. 

in the assured. In insurance policy. Catlin t/. Springfield Ins. 

Co., I Sumn. 435. 

or neglect. In statute. Knowiton v. Prov. S. Co., 53 N. Y. 76. 

In statute. Re Election of Prothonotary, i Pa. L. J. Rep. 484. 
In statute. State v. Green, 3 Harr. 197. 

for exportation. In statute. Com. v. King, i Whart. 448. 

or intended for the prevention of conception. In statute. 

U. S. V. Bott, 1 1 Blatchf. 347. 

to distinguish such ballot. In statute. Wynan v. Lemon, 51 

Cal. 274. 
DESIGNEDLY. In indictment. State v. Bradley. 68 Mo. 140. 

and iinlawfUlly. In indictment. Com. v. Hulbert, 12 Met. 448. 

In -will. Cockrell v. Armstrong, 31 Ark. 589 ; Van Dyck v. Van 
Beuren, i Caines, 84. 

my being. In will. Stead v. Mellor, 5 Ch. Div. 225. 

all posMble— — .In contract. Lowber v. Bangs, 2 Wall. 728 ; Rowan 
V. Sharp's Rifle Manuf. Co., 33 Conn. 2; Moody v. Five Hundred 
Thousand Laths, 2 Fed. Rep. 607. 
DESPATCHED. In charter party. Sharp v. Gibbs, i Hurl. & N. 808. 

DESTINATION, place of . In statute. Sheridan w. Ireland, 66 Me. 65. 

port of . U. S. w. Barker, 5 Mass. 404. 

seamen^ In statute. Matthews w. Offey, i Sumner, 121. 

In indictment. Tully v. People, 67 N. Y. i J. 

In Jtatute. U. S. v. Johns. 4 Dall. 412 ; Com. v. Sullivan. 107 Mass. 
218; Rex V. MacKerell. 4 C. & P. 448; Rex v. Fidler, 4 C. & P. 
449; Rex V. Mead, 4 C. & P. 535- 

any vessel. In statute. U. S. v. Johns, i Wash. C. C. 363. 

out down or any trees. In statute. Rex v. Taylor, Russ. & 

Ry- 373- 
DESTROYED. In statute. Johnson v. Brailford. 2 N. & Mc. 272 (10 Am. Dec. 601). 
DESTRUCTIVE. matter. In statute. Rex v. Crawford, 2 C. & K. 129. 



DESIRE. 



DESPATCH. 



DESTITUTE. 
DESTROY. 



DETACHED. 



104 



DICTUM. 



DETERMINE. 
DEVIATION. 



DETACHED. In statute. Reg. f. Brecon, 15 Q- B. 816. ^ 

this check forfeited if In railway ticket. Hamilton v. N. Y. 

C. R. R.. 5> N. Y. 100. 

DETAINED. In statute. Sedgwick ta Knibloe. 16 Conn. 222. „ . , _ 

DETAINMENTS. — of princes. In ins. policy. Richardson .. Manne Ins. Co.. 
6 Mass. 102. 

DETAINS. In plea. Clements 7/. Flight, 16 M. & VV. 42. 

DETENTION. In insurance policy. Archibald v. Mercantile Ins. Co., 3 P«ck. 74- 
by ice. In charter party. Hudson 7/. Ede. 8 B. & ^. 631. 

DETERMINABLE. _ on a six month's notice. In lease. Jones 7.. N.xon, . H. 

DETERMINATION, —of the action. In statute. Burnaby 7.. Earle, L. R.. 9 Q. 

B. 490- r~ 

or direction of the judge in point of law. In statute. Tem- 

pieman v. Haydon, 12 C. B. 512. 

the action. In statute. Western Bk. 7.. Tallman, 1 5 Wis.'. 92. 

Riggin V. Patapsco Ins. Co., 7 H. & J. 279 06 Am DeC. 302); Clark 

f U. S., 7 Mass. 365 : Reade v. Com. Ins. Co 3 Johns. ^S^ (3 Am 

Dec 495); Patapsco Ins. Co. v. Coulter, 3 Peters, 222; Coffin ^. 

Newbtry Ins. Co., 9 Mass. 436; Warder .. La Belle Creole. . Pet. 

Adm. 31 ; Haven v. Holland, 2 Mason. 230. 
/„ insurance policy. Hammond .. Reid 4 B- & Ald^73 ; Solly 7;. 

Whitmore. 5 B. & Aid. 46; Hanover v. Hutchinson, 10 B. & b. 47i. 
In statute. Dos 7/. R. Co., 16 Q. B. 537- 
In statute. Williams 7.. Slarr, 5 Wis. 549: Henderson v. State, 59 Ala. 

9, ; Smith V. State. ,7 Tex. .9. : Moorman v. Hoge, 2 Sawyer, 86. 

of like kind. In statute. Chavannah v. State, 49 Ala. 396. 

any or substitute for cards or dice. In statute. Bryan v. 

State, 26 Ala. 65 ; Windham v. State, 26 Ala. 69. 
distinctive mark or heading. In statute. Re Stephens. 3 Ch. 

Div. 659. 
other In statute. U. S. v. Speeder., i Cranch C. C. 535- 

In statute. Freme v. Clement. 30 W. R. i : Swinton v. Bailey, 4 App. 

C^&s 70 
In 'Will. Ladd V. Harvey, 21 N. H. 5'4: McCorkle v. Sherrill. 6 Ired. 

(Eq.) 173 ; Dickerman v. Abrahams. 21 Barb. 551. 
In power of sale. Provost v. Provost, 12 C. E. Green, 296. 



DEVICE. 



DEVISE. 



DEVISED. 



DEVOLUTION. In statute. Atfy-Gen. 7.. Middleton. 3 Hurl. & N. 136. 



DEVOLVE. 

DICTA. 

DICTATE. 
DICTUM. 



In 'Will. Fazakerly v. Ford, . Ad. & Ell. 897 1 Parr v. Parr. . Mylne 

& K. 647- 
upon. IH patent. Cope 7/. Earl de la Warr. L. R., 8 Ch. App. 

982. 
Rohrback v. Germania Ins. Co., 62 N. Y. 47. 

obiter Rohrback v. Germania Ins. Co., 62 N. Y. 47. 

In statute. Hamilton v. Hamilton, 6 Mart. (N. S.) 143! Prendergast 

V. Prendergast. 16 La. Ann. 219. 
Clark V. Thomas, 4 Heisk. 4>9- 



lilton V. N, Y. 



[arine Ins. Co., 



5 Pick. 74. 

I S. 631. 

i V. Nixon, I H. 

arle, L. R., 9 Q- 
( statute. Teni- 

n, 15 Wi::. 92. 
DeC. 302); Clark 
hns. 252 (3 Am. 
i, 222 ; Coffin V. 
e Creole, i Pet. 

Vld. 73 ; Solly V. 
1. 10 B. & S. 47'. 

V. State, 59 Ala. 
e, 2 Sawyer, 86. 
49 Ala. 396. 
'atute. Bryan v. 

i Stephens, 3 Ch. 

C. C. 535- 

V. Bailey, 4 App. 

/. Sherrill, 6 Ired. 

n, 296. 

136. 

V. Parr, i Mylne 

,. R., 8 Ch. App. 



f. Y. 47. 

1 143 ; Prendergast 



DIE. 



DIED. 
DIES. 

DIFFERENCE 
DIOQING. 



DIUaENCE. 
DILIGENT 
DIOCESE. 
DIUECT. 



by hia own hand. In policy of insiirniue. Terry v. Ins. Co., i 

Dill. 403; Insurance.Co. -,'. Roclel. 5 Otto. 233 . Breasted i/. Farmers 
L. & T. Co.. 8 N. Y. 317 . Ins. Co. v. Terry, 15 Wall. 580; Cooper 7>. 
Mass. Ins. Co. 102 Mass. 239. liquitable Life Ins. Co. v. Paterson, 
41 Ga. 338 (5 Am. Rep. 535); Van Zandt 7/. Mutual Benefit Ins. Co., 
55 N. Y. 169 (14 Am. Rep. 215). Phillips v. Louisiana, etc., Ins. Co., 
26 La. Ann. 404 (21 Am. Rep. 549): Waller v. Connecticut Mut. Ins. 
Co., 2 Fed. Rep. 892 , Dormay v. Borradailc, 5 C. B. 393. 

by BUloide. In insurance policy. Cooper ?'. Mass. Ins. Co.. 102 

Mass. 227 ; Phadenhaur v. Germania Ins. Co., 7 Heisk. 567 {19 Am. 

Rep. 623). 
in the known violi tion of any law. In insurance policy, 

Bradley 7'. Mut. Life Ins. Co . 45 N. Y. 423. 
m violation of law. In insurance policy. Wolff v. Connecticut 

Ins. Co., 5 Mo. App. 239. 

leaving issue. In will. Phelps 7'. Robbins, 40 Conn. 251. 

without children. In will. Morgan v. Morgan, 5 Day, 517. 

without heirs. In deed. Wilson 7'. Cockrell, 8 Mo, 9, and case* 

cited. • 
— without issue. In will. Ricketts v. Carpenter, 7 H. L. Cas. 68 ; 

Evers v. Challis, 7 H L. Cas. 531 ; Eachus" Appeal. 91 Pa. St. 105; 

Gee V. Mayor, 17O, B.737, Doe 7>. Owens. 1 B.& Ad. 319; Chism v, 

Williams, 29 Mo. 288. Faust v. Birner. 30 Mo. 414; Lewis v. Clai- 
borne. 5 Yerg. 369 (26 Am. Dec. 270). 
without issue of their bodies. In will. Foster v. Hayes, 2 

El. & Bl. 30. 
without leaving issue. In will. Re Walker, 12 Ch. Div. 205 ; 

White V. Hight, 12 Ch. Div. 75'- 
should any of my children . In will. Livingston 7/. Greene, 52 

N. Y. 118. 

leaving issue. In will. Jordan v. Roach, 32 Miss. 482. 

non jundieus. State v. Ricketts, 74 N. C. 187. 

In statute. Shepherd 7/. Londonderry. 18 Q. B. 145- 

gold. In statute. Hoyt v. Smith, 27 Conn. 63. 

executing the . In contract. Sherman v. Mayor of New York, 

I N. Y. 316. 

due . Rhodes v. Seymour. 36 Conn. i. 

inquiry. Marsh v. Barr, Meigs. 70. 

In statute. Reg. v. Archbishop of Canterbury 6 El. & Bl. 561 
In charter party. The Onrust, 5 Blatchf. 533. 

and regulate. In statute. King v. Rawlinson. 6 B. & C. 23. 

interest. Lewis v. Post, i Aia. 65. 

payment of money. In statute. Hathaway v. Davis, 33 Cal. 

161. 

tax. In constitution. Clark v. Sickel. 14 Int. Rev. Rec. 6 ; 

Veazie Bk. v. Fenno, 8 Wall. 533 , Pacific Ins. Co. v. Soule.7 Wall. 
433, Scholey v. Rew. 23 Wall. 331 ; Springer v. U. S., 12 Otto, 595 ; 
Hylton V. U. S., 3 Dallas, 171. 

as the master may . In contract. Wood v. The Nimrod, Gilp. 85. 

shall proceed . in charter party. The Onrust, 6 Blatchf. 533. 



H 



DIRECTED. 



so6 



D I SCON TIN UANCE. 



DIRECTED. 
DIBEOTIOIT. 



DIBECTLY. 



DIRECTOR. 
DIRECTORS. 



DISABILITY 



duly- In statute. Birch 7/. Edwards. 5 C. B. 50. 

Summons v. Sisson. 26 N. Y. 264. n r n 
in writing. In statute. g«een v. Christian, L. R.. a C. L. K. 

acting under the of. In statute. Newton v. Ellis. 5 EI. & Bl. 

undir their In agreement. Berl^shire Woolen Co. v. Day. 12 

Tu(T"r\Vrman, 5 C. B. (N. S.) 585: ^"tton v. R. Co., iS N. Y. 248. 

Johnson V. R. Co., 20 N. Y. 74. 
In contract. Duncan v. Topham. 8 C. B 225. 

provisional Burndge v. Morris. 3 H. & C. 668. 

eight of which shaU be practical mechanics. /« .statute. 

Gray v. Directors, 2 Cranch C. C. 51. 
the In statute. Southampton Dock Co. 7a Richards, i Man. & 

the court Of In statute. Southampton Dock Co. t/. Richards. 

I Man. & G. 448. « 

Beaven v. Morningion. 8 H. L. Cas. 525; People v. Supervisors. 32 

Barb. 473 ; Meeks v. Vassault, 3 Sawyer. 266. 
In statute. Vaile v. Obenhause. 62 Mo. 81. 

death or In statute. Stale v. Newark. 27 N. J. (L.) I3S- 

legal In statute. 3auman v. Grubbs, 26 Ind. 419- 

legal to sue. In statute. Meeks v. Vassault. 3 S-iwyer. 212. 

In statute. TuUy v. People. 67 N. Y. 1 5 ; U. S. t-. Askins. 4 Cranch C. 

C. 98. , . 

whoUv to him ftom following his usual business. Intnsur- 

^^JeToluy. Hooper .. Accidental Death Ins. Co.. 5 Hurl. & N 548. 
In statute. State v. Briley. 8 Port. 472- 
DISBURSEMENTS. In plea. Tate v. Hutchins. 7 C. B. 875. 

In statute. Case v. Price. 9 Abb. Pr. . . ; Wright v. Wilkerson. 4. 

Ala. 267. ... u II 

DISCHARGE. In charter party. Certain Logs of Mahogany. 2 Sumn. 589: K.mba.l 
V The Anna Kimball. 2 Cliff. 4- 
In plea. Cort v, R. Co.. .7 Q. B. .42 : Kemp v. Watt. . 5 M. & W. 673. 
In statute. Ex parte Paris. 3 Woodb. & M. 227. 

for money. In statute. Com. v. Talbot. 2 Allen. 161. 

attempt to any kind of loaded arms at any person. In.tat- 

ute. Rex v. Mountford. 7 C. & P. 242. 
DISCHARGED. In statute. Loring v. AUene. 9 Cush. 68 ; State v. Garthwaite. 23 N. 

J. (L.) 143- 

rule In statute. Abbott v. Feary. 6 Hun. & N. 1 1 5- 

DISCLAIMER. Jackson v. Richards. 6 Cow. 6,6; Watson v. Watson. .3 Conn. 83 ; 

Doe V. Stanion. i M. & W. 703- 
DISCLOSE. In statute. Whiley f . Whiley. 4 C. B. (N. S.) 660. 

niaCONTINUANCE. Ex parte Drover. 51 Ala. 41 . Russell v. Rolfe. 50 Ala. 56; ex 
DISCONTDTOAJNC*. ^^ Hall. 47 Ala. 675 ; Davidson v. Weems. 58 Ala. .87 : German.a 
Fire Ins. Co. v. Francis. 52 Miss. 457. 
In statute. Thr-nian v. James. 48 Mo. 235 ; Reesede v. U. S.. 8 Wall. 38. 
of possession. In statute. Leigh v. Jack. 5 Ex. Div. 265. 



DISABLE. 



DISABLING. 



'fl«*BI«W»BKlMB«**«"'***''' 



'■<^<MMM 



HanMWM 



mm» 




)S. In sftUiite. 
lards, I Man. & 
["o. V. Richards. 
Supervisors, 32 



(L.) I3S- 

Sawyer, 212. 
ins. 4 Cranch C. 

AesB. In insur- 
5 Hurl. & N 548. 



V. Wiliterson, 41 
nn. 589; Kimball 
;, IS M. & W. 673. 

;n, 161. 

person. In s/a/- 

Garthwaite, 23 N. 

N. IIS- 

son, 13 Conn. 83 ; 



Ife, 50 Ala. 56 ; ex 
la. 187 ; Germania 

w. U.S.. 8 Wall. 38. 
ix. Div. 265. 



DISCONTINUED. 



XO7 



DISPOSING. 



DISCOUNT. 



DISCOVERY. 
DISCRETION 



DISEASE. 



DISFIGURING. 



DISCONTINUED. such poBsession or receipt. In UatuU. Davy ?'. Oxen- 
ham. 7 M. & W. 134; Owen r-. De Ikauvoir. 1^ M. & VV, 564. 
Saltmarsh v. Planters, etc.. Hl<,, 14 Ala. 668; Duncl<lc v. Rcniclt, 6 
Ohio St. 527, Hhiladclphui L<jan Co. v. Towner. 13 Conn. 248; 
Tr.icy I'. TailMKidKe. 18 B.irh. 456; Farmers, etc.. Bk. v. Baldwin. 23 
Minn. 198; Nungara Co. Bk. ?>. Baker, 15 Ohio St. 87 , FIcckncr 7/, 
Bank of U. S,. 8 Wheat. 338. 
In statute. State 7/. Boatman's Savings Inst., 48 Mo. 189; People v. 
Metropolitan Bk., 7 How. I'r. 144; Ferguson v. Hill. 3 Stew. 485 ; 
Bank v, Mandeville, 1 Cranch C. C. SS2. 
Johnson 7>. Mcintosh, 8 Wheat. S45. 

Rex 71, Wilkes. 4 Burr. 2539, Judnje-s v. People, 18 Wend. 79; Camp- 
bell V. Upton. 113 Mass. 67; Piatt v. Monroe. 34 Barb. 291 ; Sey- 
mours. Delancy, 3 Cow. 445 (14 Am. Dec. 270), Abbott v. L'Horii- 
medieu, 10 W. Va. 677; Rose v. Brown, 11 W. Va. 122. 
— of the liver. Cushman v. U. S. Life Ins. Co.. 70 N. Y. 72. 

ftee iVom any symptoms of . In life insurance application. 

Swick V. Home Ins. Co., 2 Dill. 160. 

In statute. State v. Smith. Cheves, 157; State v. Harris, il lo-va, 

414. 

DISGRACEFUL. conduct. In libel. Moore v. Terrill, 4 B. & Adol, 870. 

DISGUISE. person in . In statutes Dale Co. t/. Gunther. 46 Ala. 118. 

DISHONORED. Shelton v. Braithwaite, 7 M. & VV. 436. 
DISINTERESTED. Lovering v. Lamson. so Me. 334. 

In insurance policy. M\.v\:\. Ins. Co. v Stevens, 48 III. 31. 

DISMISSAL. of action. Lese ?>. Sherwood, 21 Cal. 151. 

DISMISSED. In bond. Bosley ?'. Bruner. 24 Miss. 4S7. 

In docket entry. Gove v. Lyford, 44 N. H. 525. 

agreed. In court entry. Haldeman v. U. S., I Otto, 584. 

without prejudice. In court entry. Ray v. Alden, 50 N. H. 83. 

DISOBEDIENCE. or resistance to any lawfUl writ. In statute. Steam Stone 

Cutter Co. v. Windsor Manufg. Co., 3 Fed. Rep. 300. 

or circumstances tending to shorten life. In insurance policy. 

Jones V. Ins. Co., 3 C. B. (N. S.) 84. 
In charter party. Sleeper 7A Ping, 17 Blatchf.40. 
In statute. Apothecaries Co. %>. Greenough, i Q. B. 798. 
In contract. Potter v. Smith, 103 Mass. 68. 
In contract. Sterling v. Mailland, s B. & S. 8so. 

at her . In ante-nuptial agreement. Agee v. Agee, 22 Mo. 367. 

of In constitution. U. S. v. Gratiot, 14 Peters, 526. 

In statute. Fling ?'. Goodall, 40 N. H. 219; Rogers v. Goodwin, 2 
Mass. 427; Beard v. Knox, s Cal. 2s6. 

of certificates. In statute. Boyd %>. State, 61 Ala. 197. 

of said premises. In lease. Elston v. Schilling, 42 N. Y. 79. 

In will. Stevenson v. Glover, i C. B. 460. 

of In order. Taylor v. Carr. 2 B. & S. 338. 

In statute. Bullene v. Smith. 73 Mo. 151. 

and putting away. In statute. Rex v. Cushlan, 1 Jebb. 20; 

Rex V. Palmer, i Russ. & Ry. 72, 



DISORDER. 

DISPATCH. 

DISPENSE. 

DISPLACE. 

DISPLACED. 

DISPOSAL. 

DISPOSE. 



DISPOSED. 



DISPOBINO. 



xo8 



DISTRICT. 



DISSEIZIN. 



mnJ'osj J JON. ^ 

;;;;^^ON. m.nuun: (rocker .^ VValnc. 5 B. & S. 7.$; Atty.-Gen. v. Middle- 

ton. 3 Hurl. & N. 136. ,„ , . ,. 

DISPROPORTIONATE. _ and unreasonable. In sta,uie, Dow .. Wakefield. 

103 Mass. 272. 
DISPUTE. In sMiiU: Cleinson v. Hubbanl. i Ex. Div. 179- 

DISQUALIFIED. In slatuU. Nicholson 7'. Fields. 7 H. & N . 811. 

othorwiso — to sit. /« statute. J>eytons Appeal. .2 Kas. 398. 
Sumner v. Stevens. 6 Mete. 3371 Clap v. Bromagham. 9 Cow 530; 
iLes V. Norcross. .4 Pick. «4 ; Slater v. Raulson, 6 Mete. 439 
Doe 7'. Thompson. 5 Cow. 371. 
In statute. McCartney v. Alderson.4S Mo. 35; Tilton v. Hunter. 24 

_!!*'by^oleotion. Varick 7^ Jackson. 2 Wend. 166 (ly Am. Doc 57 <). 

by relation. Varick v. Jackson. 2 Wend. 166 (19 Am. Dec. 57». 

in ttiot. Varick v. Jackson. 2 Wend. 166 (19 Am. Dec. 571). 

DISSOLUTION. Mayor 7. Seaber, 3 Burr. ,866; Conunercial Bk. .. LockwcK>d. ^ 
Harr. (Dcl.)8. 
In statute. State Savings Inst. 7/. KelloRg. 52 Mo. 589. 
Slee V Bloom, 19 Johns. 45^ (>o Am. Dec. 456); re Independent Ins 
o", Holmes! .04: Mayor v. Seaber. 3 Burr. .866; Commercal 
Bk. V. Lockwood, 3 Harr. (Del.) 8. . 

Lake V. Butler. 5 El. & Bl. 92; Jewell v. Stead. 6 El. & Bl. 359; Sm.th 
7'. Ingraham, 9C0W. 4'9. * . r^ , t u « 

within the of half a mile. In deed. Monflet v. Cole, L. R.. 8 

E.x. 32- 
U. S. V. Tenbrook, Pet. C. C. 180. 

spirits. In statute. U. S. v. Anthony. .4 Blatchf. r- > Boyd v. 

U. S.. 14 Blatchf. 317- „ . . X 

,n statute. U. S. v. Tenbrook. Pet. C. C. .80; U. S. v. Frenchs. .6 

Blatchf. 547- » . .• r. 1, 

In deed. Atlantic Dock Co. v. Leavit. 54 N. Y. 35; Atlantic Dock 

Co. 7'. Libby. 45N- Y.499- 

the In statute. U. S. 7/. Distillery, i . Blatchf. 255. 

In statute. Demar v. Swabey, 1 1 Ad. & Ell. 9< 3- 

and definitely specified. In statute. 

Mass. 494- 
DISTRAIN. Boyd v. Howden. 3 Daly. 455- 
DISTRIBUTE. In statute. Grider v. McClay. 1 1 S. & R. 232. 
DISTRIBUTED. In n'^It. Chighizola 7.. Le Baron. 2. Ala. 406. 
DISTRIBUTEE. In statute. Boyd .. Small. 4 Jones (Eq.). 39; Henry v. Henry. 9 Ired. 

(L.) 278. 
DISTRIBUTION, —of awards. In statute. Boyd 7. State^ 6. Ala. .97- 
mSTRIBUTIVE. —share. In statute. Page 7.. Rives. 2 Hughes. 305. 
ZtMCT ^«^/«^«/- McCaulav .. Fulton, 44 Cal. 356 ; Blackpool Local Bd 

DISTRICT. " 'g^^^^tt Hurl. & N. .28: Same v. Kenyon. 4 Hurl. & N. 133. 

Ticknor I McClelland. 84 III. 47-; KeHy - Sanders. 9 Otto 44. 
Dorling V. Board of Health. 5 El. & Bl. 472; Ayer v. Thacher. 3 

Mason, 153. 

. court. In mandate. Irvine v. Marshall. 3 Minn. 72. 

of Alaska. In statute. The Louisa Simpson. 2 Sawyer, 57. 



DISSOLVED. 
DISTANCE. 

DISTILLED. 

DISTILLER. 
DISTILLERY. 



DISTINCT. 
DISTINCTLY. 



Bird V. Daggett. 97 



3)r.-: 



.»;■ 



DISTRICT. 



sn, V, Middle 



V. Wakefield, 



, 12 Kas. 398. 

, 9 Cow. 530; 

6 Mete. 439 

V. Hunter. 24 

Am. Doc. 571). 
Am. Dec. 571). 
Dec. 571). 
, LockwfX)d, 2 

jependent Ins. 
6; Commercial 

BI.359; Smith 
7'. Cole, L. R.. 8 

hf. 92; Boyd V. 
V. Frerichs, 16 
Atlantic Dock 

255- 

1 V. Daggett, 97 




V. Henry, 9 Ired. 

Lla. 197. 

:s. 305- 

:kpool Local Bd. 

, Hurl. &N. 133; 

ders, 9 Otto, 441 . 

yrer V. Thacher, 3 

in. 72. 

2 Sawyer, 57. 



109 



nOCUMENTAR Y. 



DISTURBING. 

DITTO. 
DIVIDE. 

DIVIDED. 



DISTRICTEIh 

DISTRICTED. anew. In alaiutc. Bucon v. School District, 97 Mass. 421. 

DISTURB. the peaoo. In city onUnanct, City v. Mayor. 58 Mo. 86. 

molest or . In indictment. Stale f. Oskms, 28 Ind. 364; Mar- 
vin V. State. 19 Ind. 181. 
DISTURBANCE. of divers Oitisens. In indictment. Com. v. Smith, 6 Cush.81, 

of others. In Uatute. George v. George, 47 N. II. 27 , Smith v, 

Foster. 41 N. H. 221. 

religious worship.^ In statute. Brown v. State, 46 Ala. I7S; 

Slate V. Hinson. 31 Ark. 642; Wall v. Lee, 34 N. Y. 141 ; Harrison 
■7'. State, I Ala. Sel. Cas. 61; Cockerham v. Sl.ilc 7 Humph. 11; 
Owen V. Hcnmaii. 1 VV. & S. 548 , Lancaster t/ State, 53 Ala. 398. 

Pariente v. Luckett. 2 C. B. 180. 

any cause of action. In statute, Kimpton v. Willey, 9 C. B. 

728. 

the same equally. In -will. Lord v. Moore, 20 Conn. 126. 

equally. In will. Purnell v, Culbertson, 12 Bush, 369. 

or otherwise. In statute. Collector r. Hubbard, 12 Wall. i. 

parish. In statute. Roberts 7>. Aulton, 2 Hurl. & N. 439. 

to be equally between them. In will, Mackie v. Story, 3 

Otto, 589; Purnell ■'■, Culbertson. 12 Bush. 369. 

Hall V, Kellogg, i.* N, Y. 325, Williston v. Michigan, etc. R. Co., 13 
Allen. 400; Lockhart v. Van Alstyne, 31 Mich. 76; Tafft v. Hart- 
ford, etc., R. Co., 8 R. 1. 310; Osgood v. Laylin, 3 Abb. App. Dec. 
418. 

Hyatt V. Alien, 56 N. Y. 553, San Francisco, etc.. Society v. Cary, a 
Sawyer. 336. 

In statute, Chicago, etc.. R. Co. v. Page. 2 Biss. 463; re GrilTith, 12 
Cli. Div. 655; re Cox, 9 Ch. Div. 159; Cary v. Savings Union, 22 
Wall. 39. 

punishment. Thurston v, Whitney, 2 Cush. 60. 

service. Gass' Appeal, 73 Pa. St. 39. 

service, rite or office. In statute. Copp v. Barber, L. R., 7 C. 

P. 393- 

worship. Gass' Appeal. 73 Pa. St. 39. 

In contract. Nelson v. Benson. 69 111. 27. 

In statute. King v. Justices, i B. & Aid. 590. 

before the of the estate. In will, Collison v, Collison, 12 Ch. 

Div. 835. 

court. In statute. Fisher v. Asphalte Co., 1 C. P. Div. 259. 

abide and perform. In bond. Hewins v. Currier, 62 Me. 236. 

to as she sees proper before her death. In will. Brant v. 

Virginia Coal Co., 3 Otto. 333. 
Stevenson v. Weisser, i Bradf. 343 ; Harrison v. Southern Manfg. Co.. 

10 S. C. 278. 
Lipscomb v. Holmes, 2 Camp. 441. 

doctor's certificate. In statute. Corsi v. Maretzek,4 E. D. Smith, i. 
In rule 6/ court. Hazard v, Durant, 12 R, 1, 99. 

evidence. In statute. Sparrenberger v. State, 53 



DIVIDEND. 



DIVIDENDS. 



DIVINE. 



DIVISION. 

DIVISIONAL. 
DO. 

DOCKET. 
DOCTOR. 



DOCUMENTS. 

DOCUMENTARY, legal - 

Ala. 481. 



ii u p i i j ii mj ii m i lft T'Hr' 



DOG. 



no 



DONATION. 



DOG. 

DOGS. 

DOING. 

DOK;as. 

DOLIiAR. 
DOLLARS. 



DOMESTIC. 



DomciL. 



DONATE. 
DONATIO. 

DONATION. 



keep or use any i« statute. Haywaidz/. Homer. 5 B. & Aid. 319. 

Betting In statute. Briarley v. Athorpe. 5 B. & Aid. 320. 

Other to kUl hares. In statute. Grant v. Hulton, i B. & Aid. 

_!! business in the State. In statute. Erie R. R. v. Pennsylvania. 

21 Wall. 492- 
In statute. First Nat Bk. of Davenport v. Davies. 43 la- 424- 
/« indictment. Com. v. Stearns. 10 Mete. 259. 

parts of a U. S. v. Gardner, 10 Peters. 618. 

Bank V. Supervisors. 7 W.11. 26: Bronson v. Rodes. 7 Wall. 229: 
ThorinRtoVT^. Smith. 8 Wall. . : Confederate Note Case, .9 Wall. 
548- Hunt t/. Smith. 9 Kas. 137. Roane t/. Wilson, 34 Ark. 213; Ses- 
sions 7/. Play. 21 Ark. 100; Cooke v. Lillo. 13 Otto. 792- 
In indictment. Barton v. Steele, 29 Ark. 68. 

In note. Riddle v. Hill. 51 Ala. 225 ; Hightower v. Maull. 5° Ala. 495 : 
Lang V. Waters. 47 Ala. 625; Homes v. Austin. 35 1" 396; Law- 
rence V. Schmidt. 35 m- 440. M.ller v. Lacy. 33 Tex. 35' , Stough- 
ton V. Hill. 3 Woods. 404- 
In will. Halstead v. Meekei, 18 N. J. (Eq.) 136. 

in gold and silver. In note. Hart v. Fiynn. 8 Dana, 190. 

Spanish In indictment. Fight v. State, 7 Ohio. 180 (28 Am. 

Dec. 626). 
twenty-flve /« contract. Trecartm v. The Rochambeau, 2 

Chff. 465- 

animals. In statute. Osborn v. Lenox. 2 Allen, 209. 

mantiflUJtures. In statute. Com. v. Giltman, 64 Penn. St. 100. 

servants. Ex parte Meason, 5 Binney, 167 . Nickoll v. Graves 

17 C B (N S.) 29; Nowlen v. Abbott, 2 Cron.p. M. & R. 54. ^odd 

T/ Kenrick, 8 Ex. 151 ; Johnson v. Blenkensopp, 5 •>"'• 870. 
In statute. Morehouse v. Dodge, 6 La. Ann. 276. Richardson v. 

State. 43 Tex. 456- 
^ater for use. In statute. Busby v. Chesterfield Water Wks. 

I El. BI.&El. 178. 
Cockrell V. Cockrell. 25 L. J. (Ch.) 730. Whicker t,. Hume. 7 H. L. 
Cas .64; Lord v. Colvin, 4 Drew. 366. Rue v. H.ght 2 Doug. 
(Mich.) 523. Chaine v. Wilson. . Bosw. 673: ^hite.; Brown. . 
wl?l. Jr 2,;; re Thompson, . Wend. 43. re Wrigley. 8 Wend. .42. 
Guier V. Daniel, i Binney. 349: Putnam v. Johnson, 10 Mass. 488. 
Carey's Appeal, 75 Penn. St. 201 ; ex parte Barton; 39 Ala. 452 ; 
Hans'ton?Hans'ton. 27 Miss. 704; Mitchell.. U^S., 2. Wall 350; 
Woodworth 7/. Bank, 19 Johns. 392. Martin v Kessmger. 26 La. 
Ann. 338; The Venus, 8 Cranch. 253: re Capdevielle, 2 H^ & C. 
i^i" Atiy..Gen.z. Countess of Wahlstatt, 3 H. & C. 388 ; Savage 
V Scott. 45 Iowa. 130; Morgan v. Numes. 54 Miss. 308. 
In statute. Charlton Co. v. Moberly, 59 Mo. 238 , Warren v. Thomas- 
ton, 43 Me. 406. 

of succession. Smith v. Croom, 7 Fla. 3i. 

Goodhue v. Town of Beloit. 21 Wis. 637. 

causa mortis. Cutting v. Silliman, 41 N. H. i47; White v. 

Wager. 52 Barb. 250; Kiiby v. Godwin. 2 Del. Ch. 61. 
In statute. Indiana, etc., R. Co. v. Cijy of Attica, 56 Ind. 476. 



DONATION. 

;B.& Aid. 319. 

\ld. 320. 

n, I B. & Aid. 

, Pennsylvania, 

la. 424. 



i, 7 Wall. 229: 
Case, 19 Wall. 
^ Ark. 213; Ses- 
792. 

ull, 50 Ala. 495 : 

HI 396; Law- 

K. 351 , Stough- 



)ana, 190. 

io, 180 (28 Am. 

Rochambeau, 2 

209. 

X Penn. St. 100. 
ickoU V. Graves, 
. & R. 54. Todd 
Jul. 870. 
i Richardson v. 

ield Water Wks. 

'. Hume, 7 H. L. 
Hight, 2 Doug, 
hite V. Brown, i 
ley, 8 Wend. 142 ; 
on, 10 Mass. 488 , 
ton; 39 Ala. 452 ; 
. S., 21 Wall. 350; 
Kessinger, 26 La. 
irielle, 2 H. & C. 
\ C. 388; Savage 
;. 308. 
i^arren v. Thomas- 



DONATIONS. 



Ill 



DRUG. 



DONATIONS. 
DONE. 



DOOR. 

DORMANT. 

DOTAGE. 
DOWER. 



DOWRY. 



DRAFT. 



DRAIN. 

DRAM. 

DRAMATIC. 



^. 147; 

li. 61. 

Ind. 476. 



White V. 



DRAUGHT. 

DRAWBRIDGE 

DkAWN. 

DRAY. 

dredging, 
drine:. 

DRIVE. 

DRIVER. 

DROP. 

DROWNING. 
DRUG. 



receive . In statute. Hooker v. Wittenberg College, 2 Cin. 353. 

In statute. Jolliffe v. Wallesley. L. R., 9 C. P. 62,' 

any thing . In Uatute. Umphelby ?/. McLean, i B. & Aid. 43. 

thing duly . In statute. Queen v. Justies, i Q. B. Div. 221. 

at the court house . In deed of trust. Hambright v. Brock- 
man, 59 Mo. 52. 

partner. North v. Bloss, 30 N. Y. 374 , Mitchell v. Dall. 2 Hair. 

& G. 159 ; National Bk. v. Thomas, 47 N. Y. 15. 
Owing's case, i Bland Ch. 370 (17 Am. Dec. 311). 
State %>. Jay, 31 Ark. 577 ; Dow v. Dow, 36 Me. 211. 
In statute. Re Davis, 36 Iowa, 24; Bryant 7/. McCune, 49 Mo. 88. 
In will. Adamson v. Ayres, 5 N. J. (Eq.) 349 , Brackett %'. Lcighton, 7 

Me. 383. 

relinquishes her . In married woman's certificate in deed. De- 

lassus V. Poston, 19 Mo. 425 ; Perkins v. Carter, 20 Mo. 465. 

right, title and interest of in said estate. In deed. Mc Far- 
land V. Baze, 24 Mo. 156, 

In statute. Buard 71. DeRussy, 6 Rob. (La.) in; Gates v. Legendre, 10 

Rob. (La.) 74 ; DeYoung v. De Young, 6 La. Ann. 786. 
AVildes v. Savage, i Story C. C. 22 ; Cole v. Dalton, 6 Daly, 484. 
hi statute. Allen v. Savings Bk., 69 N. Y. 314; Oultard v. Savings 

Inst., 17 Wall. 109; Napier v. Barney, 5 Blatchf. 191. 
for the payment of money. In statute. Rex v. Pooley, 3 B. & 

P. 3". 
Goldthwait v Inhabitants, 5 Gray, 61. 
Lacy V. State 32 Tex. 227. 
composition. In statute. Martinelli v Maguire, i Abb. (N. S.) 

356 • Daly V, Palmer, 6 Blatchf.. 264 ; Martinelli v. Maguire, i Deady, 

216. 

composition designed or suited for public representation. 

In statute. Daly v. Palmer, 6 Blatchf. 263. 

entertainment. In statute. Day v. Simpson, 18 C. B. (N. S.) 

681. 

piece or entertainment. In statute. 

B. 217; Lee %i. Simpson, 3 C. B. 871. 
In statute. U. S. v. Bates, 2 Cranch C. C. i. 

In contract. 

in question. 

I Wall. 116. 

In city ordinance. Snyder v. North Lawrence, 8 Kas. 83. 
In contract. Boynton v. Lynn Gas-Light Co., 124 Mass. 202. 

by the . In statute. Sappington v. Carter, 67 III. 482. 

cattle. In statute. Triggs v. Lester, L. R., i Q. B. 260. 

In statute. Isaac v. Third Ave. R. R., 47 N. Y. 122. 

fbed sewing machines. In patent. Florence Sewing Mach. Co. 

V. Grover, etc., Co., 1 10 Mass. 70. 

In insurance policy, Moore v. Perpetual Ins. Co., 16 Mo. 98. 
Gault V. State, 34 Ga. 533. 



Russell V. Smith, 12 Q. 

Railroad Co. v. Smith, 2! Wall. 262. 

In statute. Bridge Proprietors v. Hoboken Co., 



"mmmmm 



W l " ' iWI'ii» '' |l|i| l VI'|l|HI|HHl| | ,li l lUH I ilMlHll|ii||» i 



DRUGGIST 



ZI2 



DUE. 



DBUaaiST 



DRUGS. 

DBUHMER. 
DRX7NKABD 



DRY-DOCK. 
DRY GOODS. 



DUE. 



Jn statute. State v. Holmes, 28 La. Ann. 765; Hamline v. Com. 13 
Bush, 350, Mills V. Perkins, 120 Mass. 41 ; Apothecaries Co. v. 
Greenough, i Q. B. 798. 

and modioines. In insurance policy. Collins v. Farmville Ins. 

Co., 79 N. C. 279. 

Singleton v. Fritsch, 4 Lea, 93. 

Com. </. Whitney, 5 Gray, 85 ; 11 Cush. 477. 

common . Com. v. McNamee, 112 Mass. 285. 

habitual . Magahay v. Magahay, 35 Mich. 210 ; Com. v. Whitney, 

5 Gray, 85. 

DRUNKENNESS. Com.?/. Coughlin, 123 Mass. 436. 

In statute. Emerson v. Bowers, 14 N. Y. 449, 

In statute. Pearson v. Commercial Ins Co., 15 C. B. (N, S.) 304. 

In insurance policy. Bassel v. American Ins. Co., 2 Hughes, 532. 

and grooerles. In insurance policy. Germania Ins. Co. v. 

Francis, 52 Miss. 458. 

Carr v. Thompson, 67 Mo. 472 ; Goddatd v. Town of Seymour, 30 Conn. 
395 • Allen V. Patterson, 7 N. Y. 476 , U. S. v. State Bk., 6 Peters, 
29; Scudder v. Scudder, 10 N. J. (L.) 2340, Legett v. Bank, 25 
Barb. 326. 

In contract. District Tp. v. District Tp., 47 Iowa, 183. 

In guaranty. Bainbridge z/. Warde, 16 Q. B. 101. 

In insurance policy Allen v. Hudson River Ins. Co., 19 Barb. 443. 

In mortgage. Fowler v. Hoffman, 31 Mich. 215. 

In statute. Re Iron Co., 2 Ch. Div, 100; re Pearcy, L. R., 13 Eq. Cas. 

309 . Bowen v. Slocum, 17 Wis. 181. 

and payable. In statute. Turk v. Stahl, 53 Mo 437. 

In ivill. Medham v. Williams, L. R., 2 Eq. Cas. 396, re Wllmott, L. 

R , 7 Eq. Cas. 534. 

and to become . In contract. Kellogg v. Barber, 14 Barb. 11. 

care. Jones v. Andover, 10 Allen, 18 Butteriield v. Western R. 

Co., 10 Allen, 532. 

cause. In statute. State %>. Common Council, 9 Wis. 260. 

course of law. Kansas Pacific R. Co. v. Dunmeyer, 19 Kas. 

539: Wilburn v. McCalley, 63 Ala. 436; Reagh v. Span n, 3 Stew. 

100; Thomas w. Woods, 4 Cow. 173; Backus z/. Shepherd, 11 Wend. 

629 , Simms v. Slocum, 3 Cranch, 300. 

diligence. Jones v. McGuirk, 51 III. 382; Keener?/. Finger, 70 

N. C. 35- 
notice. In notary's certificate. Seneca Co. Bk. v. Neass, 3 N. Y. 

442. 

In plea. Cullum v. Casey, 9 Port. 133 (33 Am. Dec. 304); Lawrence v. 
Bowman, t McAII. 421. 

In statute. Downing v. Stephens, 57 Tenn. 454. 

or to grow . In contract. Van Hook v. Walton, 28 Tex. 59. 

process of Kw. In constitution. Kennard v. Louisiana, 2 Otto, 

480 ; Walker v. Sauvinet, 2 Otto, 91 ; Pennoyer v. Neft, 5 Otto, 714 ; 

Murray v. Hoboken, 18 How. 272 ; Stuart v. Palmer, 74 N. Y. 183; 

Wetherbee v. Supervisors. 70 N. Y. 228; re Hatch, 43 N. Y. (S. C.) 

89; Bertholf v. O'Riley, 74 N. Y. 509; re Ryers, 72 N. Y. i ; Taylor 



DUE. 



ne V. Com. 13 
lecaries Co. v. 

Farmville Ins. 




DUE. 



XZ3 



DUPLICATE. 



om. V. Whitney, 



N. S.) 304. 
ughes, 532. 
lia Ins. Co. v. 

ymour, 30 Conn. 
:e Bk., 6 Peters, 
jett V. Bank, 25 



19 Barb. 442. 

L R., 13 Eq. Cas. 

o. 437. 

5 , re Wilmott, L. 



arber. 14 Barb. 11. 
ield V. Western R. 

9 Wis. 260. 
•unmeyer, 19 Kas. 
V. Spann, 3 Stew, 
lepherd, 11 Wend. 

eenerTA Finger, 70 

:. V. Neass, 3 N. Y. 

. 304); Lawrence V. 



Walton. 28 Tex. 59. 
. Louisiana. 2 Otto, 
r/. Nefl, sOtto, 714: 
ilmer, 74N. Y. 183; 
ch, 43 N. Y. (S. C.) 
72 N. Y. I ; Taylor 



DUli ~ Continued. 

V. Porter, 4 Hill, 140; Reaghz/. Spann, 3 Stew. 100; Clark 7/. Mitchell, 

64 Mo. 564; Munn v. People, 69 III. 80; Campbell v. Campbell, 63 

III. 462 ; Zeigler v. R. Co., 58 Ala. 594 ; Lowry v. Rainwater, 70 Mo. 

152; Spealman v. Missouri, etc., R. Co., 71 Mo. 434; Browne/. Levee 

Commrs., 50 Miss. 468 ; Bank of Columbia v. Oakley, 4 Wheat. 235 ; 

Sears V. Cottrell, 5 Mich. 251 ; Rockwell v, Nearing, 35 N. Y. 302! 

Cook r/. Gregg, 46 N. Y. 439; Campbell v. Evans, 45 N. Y. 356; 

Metropolitan Board of Health v. Heister, 37 N. Y. 660; Happy 

V. Mosher, 48 N. Y. 313; Embury v. Connor, 3 N. Y. 511 ; People 

V. Mayor of Brooklyn, 4 N. Y. 419; People v. Heuck, 21 N. Y. 595 ; 

Westervelt v. Gregg, 12 N. Y. 202 ; Burch v. Newbury, 10 N. Y. 374; 

Ex parte Ah Fook, 49 Cal. 402 ; Pryor v. Downey, 50 Cal. 389. 

— prooess of law. In constitution, McMillan z/. Anderson, 95 U. 

S. 37 ; Pearson v. Yewdall. 95 U. S. 294 ; Pennoyer v. NeflF, 95 U. 

S. 714; Davidson v. New Orleans, 96 U. S. 97; Atchison Ac, R. 

Co. V. Baty, 6 Neb. 37 ; South Platte Land Co. v. Comm'rs, 7 Neb. 

253; re Hatch, 43 N. Y. (S. C.) 89; Beyman v. Black, 47 Tex. 558. 

lights. In mortgage, Ryerson v. Boorman, 8 N. J. (Eq.) 701. 

security. Gray v. Fox, i N. J. (Eq.) 259. 

— taking. Ih statute. Queen v. Justices, 10 Q. B. 796. 
to B and A. In statement of debt. Amonett v. Montague, 63 

Mo. 201. 

upon oontraot. Bowen v. Slocum, 17 Wis. 183. 

west. In deed. Wells v. Company, 47 N. H. 235. 

claim justly . In statute. Sperry's Appeal, 47 Conn. 87. 

debts . In articles of association. Leggett v. Bank of Sing Sing, 

24 N. Y. 283. 

debts justly In statute. Baird v. Williams, 19 Pick. 381. 

moneys liim. In will. Swearingen v. Taylor, 14 Mo. 391. 

nothing . Mason v. Mason, 67 Me. 547. 

sum . In statute. Looney v. Hughes, 26 N. Y. 514. 



DVE^BILL. 
DnXL. 
DUG. 
DULY. 



DUMB. 
DUNKAOB. 

•DTTFUOATB. 



In statute. Gaines v. Craig, 24 Ark. 477. 

Herriott v. State, i McMull. 126 ; State v. Taylor, i Treadw. Const. 107. 

opened and made. Robbins v. Chicago, 4 Wall. 657. 

Rockwell V. Merwin, 45 N. Y. 166; Paynter v. Queen, 10 Q. B. 919; 
Queen v. Inhabitants, 8 Q. B. 877; Jones v. Davis, 22 Wis. 424; 
Reg. V. Gloucestershire, 7 El. & Bl. 812. 

In indictnunt. Queen v. Crossley, 10 Ad. & Ell. 133. 

In plea. Nightengale v. Wilcoxson, 10 B. & C. 202 ; Butcher v. Stew- 
art, 1 1 M. & W. 875, 

and legally appointed. In indictment. Com. v. Chase, 127 

Mass. 7. , 

qualified. Edwardsun v. Garnhart, 56 Mo. 81. 

served. In statute. Reg. v. Lightfoot, 6 El. & Bl. 824. 

animal. In statute. McDaniel v. State, 5 Tex. (App.) 475. 

Insurance Co. v. Thwing, 13 Wall. 674; Thwing v. Great Western Ins. 
Co., 103 Mass. 406. 

In draft. Benton v. Martin, 40 N. Y. 345. 

In statute. Birch v. Edwards 5 C. B. 50; Lewis v. Roberts, it C. B. 



VU PLICATE. 
DUPLICATE — 



1X4 



DUTY. 



DUBATION. 
DXTBESS. 



DUBIKG. 



DUST. 

DUTCH. 
DITTIES. 

DUTY. 



Continued. r. i. ^ ,, r- n 

25; Toms V. Cuming. 8 Scott. N. R. 9-7 : Lewis v. Roberts. 11 C. B. 

(N. S.) 25. 

of taxes. In statute. Com. i/. Beamish. 81 Pa. St. 389. 

original. Calling v. Trewelk, 6 B. & C. 395- 

thereof. In statute. Nelson v. Blakey, 54 Ind. 29. 

People V. Hill, 7 Cal. 102. 

Biffin V. Bignell. 7 Hurl. & N. 877 I Blair v. Coflfman. 2 Overton 176 ; 

Taylor z/ Jacques, .06 Mass. 29. : Meek 7,. Atkinson. . Ba.ley (Law). 

84 (.9 Am. Dec. 653): Fellows v. School Dist, 39 Me^ 599 •• Breck 

V. Blanchard. 22 N. H. 303 : Maisonaire v. Keatmg. 2 Gall. 325 : U. 

S. V. Haskell, 4 Wash. C. C. 402 ; Hatter v. Greenlee, i Port. 222 

(26 Am. Dec. 370). 
Park Bank v. Wood, 24 N. Y. 93- 
her widowhood. In will. Farmers' Bk. v. Hooflf, 4 Cranch C. 

C. 323. 
his natural life and no longer. In will. Clarke v. Smith. 49 

Md. 106. 

BUCh time. In statute. Queen v. Francis. 18 Q. B. 527. 

such triaL In statute. Maurer v. People. 43 N. Y. i. 

the continuance thereof In will. Rutland v. Wythe. 12 M. A 

W. 374. 
the lifetime of any former husband or wife. In statute. 

Cropsey v. Ogden, 11 N. Y. 228. 

the natural Uves. In will. Merrill v. Bickford. 65 Me. 118. 

the night. In insurance policy. Glendale Woolen Co. z/. Pro- 
tection Ins. Co., 21 Conn. 18. 

the pleasure of the governor. Kaufman v. Stone. 25 Ark. 336. 

the trial. In statute. State v. Buckner, 25 Mo. 167. 

the vacation. In statute. Halton v. Cove, i B. &. Ad. 558. 

the voyage. In charter party. Crow v. Falk, 8 Q. B. 467. 

their Uves. In will. Dow v. Doyle, 103 Mass. 491. 

which time. In statute. Queen z*. Tubbs, 9 Q. B. 663. 

working hours. In deed. Birney v. Phosnix Manuf. Co.. 128 

Mass. 496- 

Reg. V. Wood, 5 El. and Bl. 55. 

ashes and rubbish. In statute. Linden v. Stanbridge. 2 Hurl. 

& N. 52. 
terms. In insurance policy. Hendricks v. Ins. Co., L. R., 9C. 

P. 460. 
In statute. State v. Maynard, 41 Conn. 540. 
of his oiBce. In officers bond. Bank of Carlisle v. Hopkms, i 

T. B. Mon. 245 (15 Am. Dec. 113). 

of their office. In statute. State v. Maynard, 41 Conn. 540. 

Bank of Hartford v. Waterman, 26 Conn. 338: Fox^. HJHs. . Conn 

294; Fowler v. Frisbie, 3 Conn. 320; Harrison v. Bush, 5 El. & Bl. 

It^Lute. Com. of Kentucky v. Dennison, 24 How. 66; Pacific In.. 
Co. V. Soule, 7 Wall. 433- 



DUTY 



oberts, II C. B. 
. 389. 



! Overton. 176; 
, I Bailey (Law), 
Me. 599 : Breck 
2 Gall. 335; U. 
ilee. I Port. 222 



off, 4 Cranch C. 

rke V. Smith. 49 

». B. 527. 

I.Y.I. 

. Wythe, 12 M. 4 

grife. /« statute. 

d, 65 Me. 118. 
aolen Co. v. Pro- 
tone. 25 Ark. 336. 

167. 

&. Ad. 558. 
8 Q. B. 467. 

491. 

B.663. 
X Manuf. Co., 128 



tanbridge. 2 Hurl, 
ns. Co., L. R.. 9 C. 

lisle V. Hopkins, 1 

1, 41 Conn. 540- 

»x V. Hills. I Conn. 
[/. Bush, 5 El. & Bl. 

iw. 66; Pacific Ins. 



DWELL. 



"5 



EACH. 



jyWELL. In statute. Brown v. R. R. Co.. 4 B. & S. 326; Shiels v. Rait, 7 C. B. 

116. 

DWELUNO. /// statute. Kingt^. Inhabitants, i B. & C. 580; Dunston v, Paterson, 
5 C. B. (N. S.) 280. 
in a . In indictment. Moore v. State. 40 Ala. 49. 

DWELLING-HOUSE. Com. v. Reynolds. 122 Mass. 454 ; U. S. v. Johnson, 2 Cranch, 
C. C. 21; State V. Langford, i N. C. 253; State v. McGowan, 20 
Conn. 245; State 7/. Clark, 7 Jones (L.), 167; Hooker v. Com., 13 
Gtuit. 763; Pitcher 7j. People. 6 Mich, 142 , State v. Outlaw, 72 N. 
C. 598; State V. Mordecai, 68 N. C. 207. 

In contract. Pratt t/. Paine. 119 Mass. 439. 

In insurance policy. Chase v. Hamilton Ins. Co.. 20 N. Y. 52. 

In plea. Monks v. Dykes, 4 M. & W. 567. 

In statute. Mason v. People, 26 N. Y. 200; Fire Dept. v. Butler, 35 N. 
Y. 302; Shepherd v. People, 19 N. Y. 537 ; Phelps t/. Rooney, 9 Wis. 
84; State V. Troth, 7 Vroom, 422; State v. Stiles, i Green, 172; re 
Lambert, 14 Bank Reg. 460; Elsmore v. Inhabitants. 8 B. & C. 465 ; 
Devoe v. Com., 3 Mete. 327 ; LlandofT Co. v. Lyndon, 8 C. B. (N. S.) 
517. 
UWELLINO-PIiACE. Lisbon v. Lyman. 49 N. H. 553; Jefferson v. Washington, 19 
Me. 293. 

In statute. Fearon v. Mitchell; L. R., 7 Q. B. 690; Ashworth v. Hey- 
wortb, 4 Q- B. 317. 
r'J^LLS. In statute. Adams v. Great Western R. Co., 6 Hurl. & N. 404; Alex- 

ander V. Jones, L. R., i Ex. 134 ; Corbitt v. General Steam Nav. Co., 
4 Hurl. & N. 483 ; Keynsham Blue Line Co. v. Baker. 2 H. & C. 307. 

and has his home. In statute. Parsonfield v. Perkins, 2 Me. 

411 ; Turwer v. Buckfied, 3 Me. 229; Putnam v. Johnston, 10 Mass. 
488; Harston v. H«rston, 27 Miss. 704. 
DWELT. Cutts V. Haskins, 9 Mass. 547 ; Harvard College v. Gore. 5 Pick. 379. 

DYE. to seeds. In statute. Francis v. Maas, 26 W. R. 422. 

DYING. declarations. Starkey v. People, 17 111. 17; May v. State, 55 

Ala. 39 ; ex parte Nettles, 58 Ala. 268. 

without lawful issue. In deed. Vaughn v. Gay. 17 Mo. 429. 

without children. In will. Fairchild v. Crane. 13 N. J. (Eq.) 

. '°5- 

without heirs. In will. Kent v, Armstrong. 6 N. J. (Eq.) 637. 

without issue. In will. Gray v. Bridgeforth, 33 Miss. 313; 

Brushaer v. Macy, 3 J. J. Marsh, 91 ; McKay v. Merrifield. 14 B. 
Monr. 323; Armstrong? v. Armstrong, 14 B. Monr. 344; Moore v. 
Moore, 4 Mon. 203; Birney v. Richardson, 5 Dana, 432; Daniel 7/. 
Thcpipson, 14 B. Monr. 708 ; Pool v. Renniny, 9 B. Monr. 625 ; Den v. 
Allaire, Spencer, 63; Condict v. King, 2 Beasley, 375; Den v. Tay- 
lor, 2 South. 413; Den v. Howell, Spencer, 411; Denn 7/. Small, 
Spencer, 151; Moorehouse v. Cotheal, i Zab. 480; Armstrongs. 
Kent, 2 Halst. Ch. 637; Den v. Schenck, 2 Halst. 29; Trumbull v. 
Gibbons, 2 Zab. 117 ; Seddel v. Wells. Spencer. 223 ; Den v. Black- 
well, 3 Green, 386; Kennedys. Kennedy, 5 Dutch. 183. 
■AOB. In plea. Cundell v. Dawson, 4 C. B. 402 . 

load so delivered. In ttgreemenl. Withers v. Reynolds, s 

a & Ad. 884. 



t 



■MM 



I 



EACH. 



lit 



EFFECTS. 



EAB. 

EABNEST. 

EARNINQS. 

EABTH. 

EASEnUiNT. 



EACH— Continued. 

his one-half. In contract. Costigan v. Lunt, 104 Mass. 217. 

offonse. In statute. Suydam v. Smith, 52 N. Y. 383. 

tor us and of us. In pmver of attorney. Dalrymple v. Fraser, 

2 Q. B 700. 

in case. In insurance policy. Donnell v. Columbian Ins. Co.. 

2 Sumner, 366. 

In statute. State v. Girkin, i Ired. 121 ; State v. Green, 7 Irod. 39: 
State V. Abram, 10 Ala. 928. 

In statute. Howe v. Hayward, 108 Mass. 54; Blenkinshop v. Clayton. 
7 Taunt. 597 TArtcher 7/. Zeh, 5 hiii, 200. 

SomersT/. Keliher, 115 Mass. 165. 

In statute. Kendall v. Klngsley, 120 Mass. 94; Jenks v. Dyer, 103 
Mass. 215; Brown v. Hebard, 20 Wis. 33°: Lovell v. Newton. 4 
C. P. Div. 7; Union Pacific F. Co. v. U. S., 9 Otto, 402. 

In contract. Dickinson v. Poughkeepsie, 75 N. Y. 65. 

In statute. Hatch v. Hawkes, 126 Mass. I77- 

excavation of In contract to build road. Shepard v. St. Charles 

Co.. 28 Mo. 373. 

Hewlins v. Sheppard, 5 B. & C 229; Mounsey v. Ismay, 3 H. & C. 
486 ; Stevenson v. Wallace. 27 Gratt. 87 ; Ritger v. Parker, 8 Cush. 
147 ; Morrison v. Marquardt. 24 Iowa, 35; Big Mountain Improve- 
ment Co.'s Appeal. 54 Pa. St. 361 : Bowen v. Team. 6 Rich. 298 : 
Cave V. Crafts, 53 Cal. 13S : Morgan v. Smith. 11 III. 194; Garrison 
V. Rudd. 19 111. 564; Prices. Keator. 70 N. Y. 419: Boston Water 
Co. V. Boston, etc., R. Co., 16 Pick. 522. 

other In statute. Webb. v. Bird, 10 C. B. (N. S.) 268 ; 13 C. B. 

(N. S.) 841 ; Mounsey v. Ismay. 3 H. & C. 486: Partridges. Scott. 

3 M. & W. 220 ; Hide v. Thornborough. 2 C. & H. 250: Angus v. 
Dalton, 4 Q. B. Div. 162 ; Bliss v. Hall, 4 Bing. N. C. 183. 

actions respecting In statute. Crittenton v. Alger, 11 Mete. 

284. _ 
of the Cape of Gkiod Hope. In statute. Powers v. Comly, 1 1 

Otto. 789- 
Pratt V. Woodward, 32 Cal. 219. 
EATING-HOUSE. In statute. State v. Hall. 73 N. C. 252. 

EAVESDBOPPma. Com-t/. Lovett, 4 ClarkKPa.). 5 ; State v. Wi'.liams, 2 Tenn. 
108; State v. Pennington. 3 Head, 299. 
Mortmain v. Lefaux. 6 Mart. 654 (12 Am. Dec. 485); Pennoyer v. Neff. 

SOtto. 72>- 

or maintain. In statute. Ruohs v. Backer, 6 Heisk. 395. 

in England and in the Protestant religion. In will. Claver- 

ing V. Ellison, 7 H . L. Cas. 707- 

of the testimony. In statute. Hill v. Nichols. 50 Ala. 336. 

prosecute with . In bond. Perreau v. Sevan. 5 B. & C. 291. 

take Maize v. State, 4 Ind. 342. 

in contract. McCreery v. Green. 38 Mich. 172. 
In rule of court. The Alpena 7 Fed. Rep. 363. 
In statute. Keyes v. Milwaukee, etc., R. Co.. 25 Wis. 693; Bank of. 

Missouri v. Price, i Mo. 55 ; State v. Newell. 1 Mo. 178 ; Wrightv. 

Fairfield, 2 B. & Ad. 73° : Rex ^- Aslett. 1 Russ. & Ry. 67. 



EASEMENTS. 

EAST. 

EASTEBLY. 



EDITOR. 

EDUCATE. 
EDUCATED. 



EFFECT. 



EFFECTED* 
EFFECTS. 



>.««iw6MI«iMlHl 



«**r 



EFFECTS. 

^ass. 2I7- 

jle V. Eraser, 
lian Ins. Co., 

n, 7 Ir-d- 39 : 
jp T/. Clayton, 



i V. Dyer, 102 
r. Newton, 4 
403. 



I ?/. St. Charles 

nay, 3 H. & C. 
'arker, 8 Cush. 
itain Improve- 
I, 6 Rich. 298 ; 
.194; Garrison 
Boston Water 

.) 268 ; 13 C. B. 
•tridgew. Scott, 
250; Angus V. 
C. 183. 
\lger, II Mete. 

rs V. Comly, 1 1 



i!Uams, 2 Tenn. 

ennoyer v. Neff, 

eisk. 395. 

Tn will. Claver- 

50 Ala. 336. 
5 B. & C. 291. 



is. 693 ; Bank of* 
. 178 ; Wright ». 
Ry. 67. 



EFFECTS. 

IS¥FECIB— Continued 
In will. 



"7 



ELECTION. 



EFFECTUAIi. 
EITHEB. 



EJUSDEM. 

EJECTED. 
ELAPSED. 
ELDEBS. 
ELDEST. 



WuESJT, 



ELECTION. 



Re O'Loughlin, L. R., 2 P. & D. 102 ; Smyth v. Smyth, 8 Ch. 
Div. 567. 

In writ. Cummins v. Gnrvin, 65 Me. 301. 

both real and personal. In will. Hogan v. Jackson, 1 Cowp. 

299; Shell z/. Pattison, 16 East, 222. 

all my . In will. Ennis v. Smith, 14 How. 400. 

all my whatsoever. In will. Campbell v. Prescott, 17 C. R 

(N. S.) 503. 

claims and . In power. De Cordova 7/. Knowles, 37 Tex. 19. 

flimiture and other household . In will. Foxall v. McKen- 

ney, 3 Cranch C. C. 206. 

goods, chattels and . In pita. Pitt v. Shew, 4 B. & Aid. 206. 

goodS) merchandise and . In deed. Welsh v. Parish, i Hill. 

(S. C), 155. 
master's . In insurance policy. Duff v. McKenzie, 3 C. B. (N. 

S.) 27. 
property or money, or . In statute. Banning v. Sibley, 3 

Minn. 389. 
such as shall be upon my fbrm. In will. Doe v. HuneI^, 5 

B. & Aid. 21. 

attachment. In statute. Peabody v. Hamilton, 106 Mass. 222. 

Chidesterz/. Springfield, etc., R. Co., 59 111. 87. 

-: — party. In contract. Bird v. Thornbury, i B. Mon. 5. 

or of them. In will. Doe v. Doyle, 13 Q. B. 98. 

generis. Com. v. Rice, 9 Mete. 258; Ellery v. New England 

Ins. Co., 8 Pick. 14: Swift v. Union Ins. Co., 122 Mass. 57$. 
Perry v. Fitzhouse, 8 Q. B. 757. 

then . In plea. Johnson v. Gibson, i El. &B1. 416. 

In statute. People v. Peck, 1 1 Wend. 604 (27 Am. Dec. 604). 

male lineal descendant* In will. Thelluson v. Rendelsham, 7 

H. L. Cas. 629. 
son. In will. Meredith v. Trefey, 12 Ch. Div. 171 ; Bathusit v. 

Errington, 2 App. Cas. 698 ; CoUingwood v. Stanhope, L. R., 4 H. 

L. 43 ; Livesey v. Livesey 3 H. L. Cas. 419. 
In constitution. Speed v. Crawford, 3 Mete. 210; Comm'rs v. Louis- 
ville, 3 Bush, 602. 
In statute. King v. Adams, 2 Ad. & Ell. 413. 
In constitution. Speed v, Crawford, 3 Mete. 210; Comm'rs v, Louis- 

ville, 3 Bush, 602. 
In indictment. Com. v. Desmond, 122 Mass. 12. 
In statute. County Seat Case, 15 Kas. 500 ; Sturgis v. Spofford, 45 N. 

Y. 447 ; Wheeler v. Brady, 1 5 Kas. 26 , State v. Tucker, 54 Ala. 205. 
district. In constitution. Chase v. Miller, 41 Pa. St. 403 , Mc- 

Daniels' Case, 2 Pa. L. J. 82 . 
in this State. In statute. Quarles v. State, 5 Humph. 561; Given 

V. Rogers. 11 Ala. 543. 

officer. In statute. U. S. v. Clayton, 2 Dill. 219. 

agent for expenses. In statute. Grant v. Guinness, 17 C. & 

200. 



■MM 



ELECTION. 



1x8 



BLBCTION — Continued 

general 



EMPLO YED 



Kcnfield v. Irwin, 52 Cal. 164; State v. 



ELECJTOR 

ELECTORS. 

ELEMENTS 



ELIOIBLE. 

ELSE. 
ELSEWHERE. 



In statute 
King, 17 Mo. 511. 

Bpooial In statute. Kenfield v. Irwin, 52 Cal. 164. 

qualified . In statute. Sanford v. Prentice, 28 Wis. 358- 

In statute. Taylor v. Taylor. 10 Minn. 107. 
I'olack V. Pioche, 35 Cal. 4«6. 

or other cause. In statute. Hatch v. Stampfer, 42 Conn. 28. 

ELEEMOSYNARY. corporation. Dartmouth College .. Woodward. 4 Wheat. 

518- Society v. New Haven. 8 Wheat. 464- 
/., constitution. Searcy r,. Grow. 1 5 Cal. 1.7: State v. Clarke, 3 Nev. 

566. Carson v. McPhetndgc, 15 Ind. 327. 
In note. Ferris v. Bond. 4 B. & Aid. 679. 
In contract. Brown r>. Jones, 2 Gall. 277 ; Wood z/. The Nimrod. 
Gilp. 8$. 
In will. Chester v. Chester. 3 P. Wms. 56 : Guidot v. Guidot, 3 Atk. 

254. 
EMANCIPATION. Queen v. Inhb'ts, 7 Q- B. 575- 

In statute. The William King. 2 Wheat. 148; McBrlde v. Marine 

Ins. Co.. 5 Johns. 299. 
Com. V. Concannon. 5 Allen, 502; Fagan v. Knox. 40 N. Y. (o. C.) 

41 : Com. V. Hays. 14 Gray. 62 , People t. Belden, 37 Cal. 51. 
In indictment. Tillinghast v. Cook, 9 Mete. 140. 
In statute. State t/. ReiUy, 4 Mo. App. 396. 
abstract or wilftilly misapply. In statute. U. S. v. Taintor 

II Blatchf. 375- 
EMBEZZLED. In statute. Sawin v. Martin, 11 Allen, 439- 
EMBLEMENTS. Reiff v. Reiff, 64 Pa. St. I34- 
EMBRACERY. Grannis v. Brandon, 5 Day. 260; State v. Sales, 2 Nev. 268 



EMBAROO. 



EMINENT. 



EMIT. 

EMPLOY. 

EMPLOYE. 

EMPLOYED. 



- domain. West River Bridge v. Dix, 6 How. 507 : Wells v. 
Somerset, etc.. R. Co.. 47 Me. 345 : Beekman v. Saratoga, etc., R. 
Co 47 Me. 245 ; Jones -v. Walker, 2 Paine. 688 ; Charles River 
Bridge V. Warren Bridge. 1 1 Pet. 420 ; Memphis v. Overton. 4 Yerg. 
387; Symondsf. City of Cincinnati, 14 Ohio. 147. 
In constitution. Craig t/. State. 4 Pet. 4<o; Linn z^. State Bk., i Scam. 

87 (25 Am. Dec. 78, note), Briscoe v. Bank, 11 Pet. 257. 
In plea. Elderton v. Emmons. 6 C. B. i75- 

in his . In charter-party. Ripley v. Scaife, 5 B. & C. 167. 

In statute Stone v. U. S., 3 Ct. of CI. 260; Mallory v. U. S.. 3 Ct. of 
CI 257; Watson v. Watson Manufg Co.. 30 N. J. (Eq.) 588, Water 
Co. V. Ware, 16 Wall. 566; Moore v. Heaney. 14 Md. 559. 
Re Muldaur. 8 Ben. 65: U. S. v. Morris. 14 Pet. 464 ; U^ S. v. The 

Catherine, 2 Paine, 721 : U. S. v. Nourse, 4 Cranch C. C. 151. 
In statute. The Alexander. 3 Mason, I75 ; U. S. v. Forrest, 3 Cranch 
C C. 60 ; Beadon v. Parlett. L. R., 6 Q. B. 718 ; School Dist. v. Oil- 
man, 22 Ohio St. 194; Hardcastle v. Jones, 3 B. & S. 160 ; Reg. v. 
Freke, 5 El. & Bl. 947 ; Queen v. Jay. 8 El. & Bl. 470. 

by him. In statute. McCluskey v. Cromwell. 11 N. Y. 593- 

in or about the worka In statute. Hyman v. Wright, 2 C. P. 

Div. 397. 



MPLO YED 



164; State V. 



64. 
Vis. 358. 



r, 42 Conn. 28. 
Iward. 4 Wheat. 

'. Clarke, 3 Nev. 



V. The Nimrod, 
'). Guidot, 3 Atk. 

Bride v. Marine 

40 N. Y. (S. C.) 
37 Cal. Si. 

U. S. V. Talntor 



Nev. 268. 
V. 507 ; Wells V. 
Saratoga, etc., R. 
5 ; Charles River 
Overton, 4 Yerg. 

bate Bk., I Scam. 

t. 257. 

B. &C. 167. 

' V. U. S.. 3 Ct. of 

. (Eq.) 588, Water 

Md. 559. 

^64 ; U. S. V. The 

ichC. C. 151. 

Forrest, 3 Cranch 
ichool Dist. V. Dil- 

& S. 160; Reg. v. 
.470. 
1,11 N. Y. 593. 

V. Wright, 2 C. P. 






EMPLOYER. 



EMPI/}YMENT. 



EMPLOYED. 119 ENEMIES. 

EMPLOYED — Continued. 

actually . Tn statute. Ex parte Moses, L, R., 9 Q. B. 1. 

newspapers by the corporation. In chartir of ciiy. Kc 

Petition of Astor, 50 N. Y. 363. 

In statute. State v. Foster. 37 Iowa, 146 ; Ch.iwner v. Cnniniins, 8 n. 
B., 311. 

by virtue of such . In statute. Rrp. 1 Piinro, M. & M. 21 

Reg. V. Batty, 2 Moody, 257; Reg. 7'. Thorlcy, 1 Moody, 343; Reg. 
V. Arman. De.irs. C. C. 575; Reg. v. Mellish, Russ. iSt Ry. 80; Reg. v. 
May, 8 Cox C. C. 421 ; Reg. v. Harris, 6 Cox C C. 363, Reg. v. 
Hawtin, 7 C. & P. 281 ; Reg. v. Culloni, 12 Cox C. C. 469 ; Reg. v. 
Beechey, Russ. & Ry. 519; Reg v. Smith, Russ. & Ry. 15 ; Reg. v. 
Barker, i D. & R. 19; Reg. v. Nettleton, i Moody, 59 ; People v. 
Sherman, 10 Wend. 298, Peoples. Hennessey, 15 Wend. 147, Peo- 
ple V. Dalton, 15 Wend. 581 ; Com. v. Hayes, 14 Gray, 62 ; ex parte 
Hedley, 31 Cal. 108 ; State v. Johnson, 48 Iowa, 370 ; State v. 
Foster, 37 Iowa, 146. 

ftnniml . In statute. (Jueen v. Postmaster-General, i Q. B. 

Dlv. 658. 
Pennie v. Chesapeake Canal Co., 9 How. 189. 

EN AJBNACION. In conveyance. Mulford v. Le Franc. 26 Cal. 88. 

— and cultivated fields. In statute. Biggcrstaff v. St. L., K. C. & 

N. R. R., 60 Mo. 567. 
Porter v. Aldrich. 39 Vt. 326. 

In statute. Keith v. Bradford, 39 Vt. 34; Taylor v. Welbey, 36 Wis. 42. 
In statute. Easton v. Richmond Bd., L. R., 7 Q. B. 69. 

of the voyage. In agreement. Bradford v. Drew, 5 Mete. 191. 

her life. In statute. Thornberry v. Thornherry, 2 J. J. Marsh. 

322. 

the lifb of his wife. In statute. Beebe v. Beebe, 10 Iowa, 133: 

Cole v. Cole, 23 Iowa, 433; Caruthers t/.*Caruthers, 13 Iowa, 266; 
Knight V. Knight, 31 Iowa, 451. 

ENDANOERED. or his life be In statute. State v. Agee, 68 Mo. 264. 

ENDEAVORING. to make a revolt. In statute. U. S. v. Kelly. 11 Wheat. 

417. 

ENDEAVORS, use his best . In contract. Vickers v. Overend, 7 Hurl ft 

N. 92. 

EN DECLARATION. de simiQation. Erwin v. Bk. of Kentucky, 5 La. Ann. i ; 

Edwards v. Ballard, 20 La. Ann. 169. 

ENDED. and debt and costs paid. In docket entry. Phillips v. Israel, 

loS. & R. 391- 
ENDOWMENT. French v. Pratt, 27 Me. 381 ; Runkej v. Winnemiller. 4 Harr. & M. 
429. 
In statute. State Reformed Church v. Lyon, 3 Vroom, 360; State v. 
Kroolman, 9 Vroom, 323. 

or fund. In statute. State v. Lyon, 32 N. J. (L.) 360. 

ENEMIES. The Venice, 2 Wall. 258. 

In constitution, U. S. v. Greathouse, 2 Abb. U. S. 364; 4 Sawyer, 464. 

pirates and assailing thieves. In insurance policy. Monon- 

gahela Ins. Co. v. Chester, 43 Pa. St. 491. 



EMOLUMENT. 

EMPTY. 
EN AJEl 
ENCLOSED. 

ENCLOSURE. 

ENCROACH. 

END. 

ENDANGER. 



UMM 



■MUMMtewfE. 



ENEMIEU 



xao 



ENTER. 



EITFORCE. 



ENGAGE. 



ENEMIES — Continued. 

king's . In bill of lading. Russell v. Merrlam, 17 C. B. (N. S.) 

164. 

ENEMY. an . In statute, Stuart v. U. S., 18 Wall. 84. 

king's . Coggsv. Bernard, 2 Ld. Raym. 909; Morse v. Slue, i 

Ventris, 190. 

property of the . Taylor v. Perkins, 24 Ark. 338. 

public . Boon v. The Belfast, 40 Ala. 184; King v. Shepherd, 3 

Story, 349; Thomas v. Boston, etc., R. Co., 10 Mete. 472 ; Lewis v. 
Ludwick, 6 Coldw. 369. 

the oolleotion of f nes. In statute. People v. Christerson, 59 

III. 157. 
Rucw. Rue, 21 N. J. (L.) 369. 

in or carry on any business. In statute. Harris v. State, 50 

Ala. 127. 
ENGAGEMENT. In statute. People v. Utica Ins. Co., 15 Johns. 385. 

ENGAGES. in shooting. In statute. Smith v. State, 50 Ala. i ^ ,. 

ENGAGING. In guaranty. Norton v. Powell, 4 Man. & G. 42. 

in or carryin,;; on the business of keeping a theater. Tn 

statute. Gillman v. State, 55 Ala. 248. 
ENGINE. ** In statute. Blanchard v. Sprague, 3 Sumner, 280. 

calculated to destroy human life or inflict cpcievous bodily 

harm. In statute. Wotten v. Dawkins, 2 G. B. (N. S.) 413. 
or instrument of destruction. In statute. Allen v. Thomp- 
son, L. R.. 5 Q. a 336. 

fixed . In statute. Thomas v. Jones, $ B. & S. 916. 

ENGINEERING. work. In statute. Queen v. R. Co., 16 Q. B. 20; Wilson v. 

Eden, 18 Q. B. 488. 
In statute. Jones v. Festmog, R. Co., 9 B. & S. 843. 
Wood V. Abbott, 5 Blackf. 325. 
In will. Polden v. Bosland, L. R., i Q. B. 157. 

or taken the benefit of such exemption. In constitution. 

Baker z/. State, 17 Fla. 406. 

to be by her. In will. Chism v. Williams, 29 Mo. 288. 

thereof as of right. In statute. Tickle v. Brown, 4 Ad. & 

Ell. 369. 
In constitution. Re Smith, 38 Cal. 704. 
In statute. Att'y-Gen. v. Mayor, L. R., 6 H. L. 303. 
In statute. Sheffield v. Otis, 107 Mass. 282 ; Barker v. Chesterfield, 
102 Mass. 129; U. S. r/. Thompson, 2 Sprague, 103; Tylerv. Pome- 
roy, 8 Allen, 485. 

as a soldier. In statute. Walton v. Gavin, 16 Q, B. 81. 

ENLISTMENT. Hilliard v. Stewartstown, 48 N. H. 280; Tyler v. Pomeroy, 8 Allen» 
480. 

In statute. The Mohawk, 3 Wall. 566. 
Ibr the year. In statute. Chase v. State, Spencer, 218. 

Chotard v. Pope, 12 Wheat. 586. 

In statute. Kellogg v. Robinson, 32 Conn. 335 ; Moriarty v. Brown^ 
39 Iowa, 634; U. S. V. An Open' Boat, 5 Mason, 120. 



ENGINES. 

ENGRAVE. 

ENJOYED. 



ENJOYMENT. 

ENJOYING. 

ENLARGE. 

ENLISTED. 



ENROLMENT, 

ENSUING. 

BNTER. 



I 



ENTER. 



17 C. B. (N. S.) 



lorse V, Slue, i 

18. 

; V. Shepherd, 3 

c. 472 ; Lewis v. 

Christerson, 59 



irris V, State, 50 

S- 

a. ijv. 

; a theater. Th 



srievouB bodily 

S.) 413- 

\llen z/. TVomp- 

. 916. 

B. 20; Wilson V. 



In constitution. 

\ Mo. 288. 
Brown, 4 Ad. & 



er V. Chesterfield, 
3; Tyler v.Pome- 

> Q, B. 81. 
Pomeroy, 8 Allen» 



encer, 218. 

kloriarty v. Brown, 
120. 



ENTER. 



lai 



ENTRY. 



Rex V. Handy, 6 T. R. 286 ; Wigan v. 
L. R., I C. P. 176. 
In statute. Taylor v. Oram, i H. & 



BimtB — Continued. 

into contract. In statute. Weed v. Tucker, 18 N. Y. 43a. 

or be in any land. In statute. Reg. v. Pratt, 4 El. & HI. 863, 

ENTERED. on the reforenoe. In statute. Baker v. Stephens, L. R., 2 ^). 

B. 535, 8 B. & S. 445- 

ENTBRINO. Rex v. Smith, Russ. & Ry. 417 ; Rex v. Bird, 9 C. & P. 44 ; Rc^. v. 

Bailey, Russ. & Ry. 341 ; Reg. v. Jordan, 7 C. & P. 433 ; Reg. v. 

Winter, 8 C. &. P. 747 ; Reg. v. O'Brien, 4 Cox C. C. 398 ; Reg. v. 

Davis, Russ. & Ry. 533 ; Reg. v. Spriggs, 1 M. & R. 357 ; Pines v. 

State, 50 Ala. 153 ; State v. Whitby. 15 Kas. 402 ; Franco v. State, 

43 Tex. 276 : Pickering v. Rudd, 1 Stark. 48; Reg. v. Bricc, Russ. & 

Ry. 4$o; Stat'J v. Willis, 7 Jones (N. C), 190; Donohoo v. Stute, 

36 Ala. 281 ; Reg. v. Rust, i Moody C. C. 184; Rex v. Hughes, 2 

East P. C. 491 : State v. McDaniel, i Wins. N. C. 248 ; State -v. 

McCall, 4 Ala. 643. 
or attempting to enter, leaving or attempting to leave, a 

public conveyance. In insurance policy. Sawtellu v. Railway 

Pass Ass. Co. 15 Blatchf. 316. 

short. Blaine v. Browne, 11 R. I. 119. 

ElTFEBTAINMEirr. In statute. Hawes v. Bd., i Ex. Div. 385; Muir v. Keay, L. R., 

10 Q. B. 595. 
for man and horse. In statute. Scattergood v. Waterman, 2 

Miles, 323. 
of the stage. In statute. 

Strange, i Harr. & Ruth. 41; 
public refteshment and . 

C. 376. 

In statute. Nash v. Douglass, 12 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 187. 

Hawkins v. Filkins, 24 Ark. 324. 

benefit. In deed. Heathman v. Hall, 3 Ired. (Eq.) 414. 

day. In statute. Robertson 0. State, 43 Ala. 329. 

interest. McLeroy 0. Duckworth, 13 La. Ann. 410. 

unconditional and sole ownership. In insurance policy. 

Co. V. Haven, 5 Otto, 249. 

In statute. Taylor v. Taylor, L. R., 20 Eq. Cas. 297 ; Conoley v. Gale, 

54 Ala. 269. 
In will. Umhers v. Jaggard, L. R., 9 Eq. Cas. 200 ; re Clinton, L. R., 

13 Eq. Cas. 295. 
person to vote. In statute. Whiteley e. Chappell, L. R., 4 Q. 

B. 147. 
Alexanders. Greenup, i Munf. 134 (4 Am, Dec. 541.) 
In statute. Bissell v. Beckwith, 32 Conn. 509. 

Innerarity v. Morris, i Ala. 660. 

In indictment. Com. v. Glover, 1 1 1 Mass. 395. 

In statute. U. S. c. Baker, 5 Ben. 25 ; Hatchers. Gammell, 49 Ga. 576; 
U. S. V. Cargo of Sugar, 3 Sawyer, 48. 

of a foreclosure of a mortgage. In insurance policy. Mc- 

Intire v. Norwich Ins. Co., 102 Mass. 230. 

of appearance. Cooly v. Lawrence, 5 Duer, 605. 

alter such . in statute. Ullman v. Murphy, 11 Blatchf. 358. 

16 



leaamm 



ENTICE. 
ENTIBE. 



Ins. 



ENTITLED. 



ENTRIES. 



ENTRY. 






ENUMERATED. 



122 



ERECTION. 



BmrMBBATED. and defined. In statute. CuttinR 7/. CuttinR. 20 Hun. 365. 

EQUAL. portion. In will. CumminKS 7'. Bnimluill. uo Mass, 558. 

to. In lontriiit. Stewart v. Lehigli Valley R. Co., 38 N. J. (L.) 

505. 
IQUALLT. In will. McNcillcdRe v. Galbrailh, 8 S. & R. 43 ("< A"«- Dec. 572). 

and In common. In will. VVatkins v. Frederick. 11 H. L. Cas. 

358- 

oredlble. CollitJST/. Stepherts, 58 Ala. 545- 

divided. In statute. Howard t'. Howard, 19 Conn. 318. 

InvUl. ParnellT^ Culbertson, 12 Bush, 370; Walters v. Crutcher, 

15 B Mon. 10; Wells v. Newton. 4 Bush. 159; Brown v. Brown, 6 

Bush. 649; Henderson v. Womack, 6 Ired. (Eq.) 437: Jackson %. 

Luquere, 5 Cow. 221 ; Youngs* Appeal. 83 Pa. St. 59. 
to be divided. In will. Kean v. Hoffecker, 2 Harr. (Del.) 103 

(29 Am. Dec. 336). 
In statute. Atfy-Gen. v. Sillem. 3 H. & C. 623. 
. Appeal Tax. Ct. v. St. Peter's Academy, 50 Md. 321. 



EQUIP. 
EQUIPMENTS 



EQUIPPING, 
EQUITABLE 



EQUITABLY 
EQUITY. 



In statute. Gleim %>. The Belmont, 11 Mo. 113. 

assignment. Christmas w. Russell, 14 Wall. 69. 

estate. Avery v. Durfees, 9 Ohio, 145. 

mortgage. Hall v. Mobile, etc., R. Co. 58 Ala. 10. 

Womack v. Thomas, 48 Ala. 463. 

Savings Inst. t>. Makin, 23 Me. 360. 

/;/ statuU. Thornton v. Lane, 11 Ga. 459! But'e^ «• Weathers, 39 Ga. 

524. 
of redemption, Simonton v. Gray, 34 Me. 50; State %>. Laval, 4 

McCord, 340. 

seized in law or in . In statute. Mcllvaineu. Smith. 42 Mo. 45- 

y^^ife'B . Helms V. Franciscus, 2 Bland Ch. 544 (20 Am. Dec. 404). 

EQUIVALENT, Tyler r. Boston, 7 Wall. 327. 



ERASE. 
ERECT. 



In statute. U. S. v. Anderson, 3 Cranch C. C. 203. 
In contract. Johnson v. Female University, 35 111 



ERECTED. 



ERECTION. 



518; San ford v. 

Rawlings. 43 III. 92- 

;.- 'tatute. Smith v. Stokes. 4 B. & S. 87 : State v. Brown, 16 Conn. 
t;6 Whitbrook v. West, 26 Conn. 406: Wadleigh t>. Gilman, 12 
Mc. 403 (20 Am. Dec. 188). 

a building. In statute. Brown v. Hunn, 27 Conn. 332. 

and build. In statute. Douglass v. Com., 2 Rawle, 262; Tattle 

V. State, 4 Conn. 68 ; Hastings v. Aiken, i Gray, 163. 

or lease. In charter. DeWitt v. San Francisco, 2 Cal. 296. 

In contract. Johnston v. Female Univ., 35 HI- 5'8: Sanford r. Raw- 
lings, 43 I"- 92- 

In statute. King v. Inh'b'ts, 2 B. & Ad. 81 5. 

or built. In statute. King v. Inh'b'ts, 5 B. & Ad. 383. 

building . In statute. McGary v. People. 45 N. Y. 153. 

In statute. Trask v. Searle, 121 Mass. 229; Brown v. Hunn, 27 Conn. 
322 ; Douglass v. Com.. 2 Rawle, 262; Reg. v. Whittingham, 9 C.ft 
P. 234; St. George c. Sparrow, 16 C. B. (N. S.) 214. 



ERECTION. 

i{f, 30 Hun, 365. 

Mass. ssH. 
:;o., 38 N. J. (L.) 

Am. Dec. 573). 
ck, II H. L. Cas. 



ronn. 318. 
ters V. Crutcher, 
own V' Brown, 6 
I 437; Jackson «. 

59- 

I Harr. (Del.) 103 



ai. 

?• 

i. la 

Weathers, 39 Ga. 

; State %i. Laval, 4 

, Smith, 42 Mo. 45. 
;20 Am. Dec. 404). 

1. 518; Sanford v. 

. Brown, 16 Conn, 
eigh t. Gilman, 12 

;onn. 332. 

Rawle, 262; Tuttle 

,163- 

SCO, 2 Cal. 296. 

!; Sanford t>. Raw- 



& Ad. 383. 
N. Y. 153. 
D. Hunn, 27 Conn, 
hittingham, 9 C.4 
214. 






ERECTION. 



123 



ESTABLISH. 



BRBOTION - C'oiilinueil. 

oonstruotion or finishing. In statute. McDermott «>. Palmer, 

H N. Y. 383. 

alter or repair. In stutute. Trask »>. Scarlc. 121 Mastt. 229. 

—— oonstruotion or finishing of buildings. Tn .itatuti: McDcr- 
mott V. Palmer, 2 E. D. Smith, 675; Moran v. Chase, 52 N. V. 346. 

of a dwelUng'house. />i statut,: WnAh w. State, 4 Conn. 65. 

of any building. Indeed. Shaw ». ilitchcock. rig Mass. 254. 

or oonstruotion of a building. /// stiUute. Presbyterian 

Church 0. Allison, 10 Pa. St. 418 ; re Hewitt, 10 Pa St. 379 ; Perigo 
r. Vanhorn, 2 Miles, 359; Miller 7', Oliver, 8 Watt.s, 314; Harris ». 
VVoolston. 3 Phila. 376; Smith 7'./Nelson, 2 Fhila. 113; Hand ». 
Mann, 3 Phil.i. 429, Kirk v. Talifuirro, 8 S. & M. 754; Dreisbach ». 
Kecler, 2 F'a. St. 77 ; Armstrong v. Ware, 20 Pa. St. 519. 

used in oonduoting the business of any mine. In statute. 

Barwell 7'. Hundred, 14 Q. B. 704. 

and improvements. In deed. West 0. Biakeway, 2 Man. & G. 

752. 

or additions. In deed. Holbrook e. Chamberlin, 116 Mass. 155. 

and keeps a billiard table. In statute. Sears .;. West. 1 .Mur- 
phy, 291 (3 Am. Dec. 694). 

B.ildwin V. U. S. Tel. Co., 6 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 405. 

In statute. Rankin v. Pitkin, 50 Iowa, 313. 

in a judgment. In statute. Bickel t<. Erskine, 43 Iowa, 213. 

In bill of ladiui;. Sandford «. Housatonic R. Co., 11 Cush. 155. 

offEiot. In statute. Adsit t/. Wilson, 7 How. Pr. 64; Kasson 0. 



ERECTIONS. 

EHEOTS. 
ERROR. 

ERRORS. 
ESCAPE. 



ESCAPES. 

ESCHEAT. 
ESCROW. 



ESPECIAL. 

ESQUIRE. 
ESTABLISH. 



M'lls, 8 How. Pr. 377; Biglow r/. Sanders, 22 Barb. 147. 

Reg. «. Allen, C. & M. 295, State ?'. Murray, ij Me. 100; Reg. w 

Waters, 12 Cox C. C. 390; Reg. ». Bootie, 2 Burr. 864; Reg. r/. 

Stokes, 5 C. & P. 148 ; Com. v. Filburn, 119 Mass. 297 ; State v. 

Beebe, 13 Kas. 539; Steere v. Field, 2 Mason^ 326. 
In statute. Howard v. Blackford, Pen. 777, 

warrant. In statute. Anderson v. Hampton, i B. & Aid. 310. 

any instrument, arms or other things calculated to aid his . 

In statute. Hughes v. State, i Eng. 131. 
negligent . In statute. Adams v. Turrentine, 8 Ired. 147. 

from any oaiise whatever. In bill of lading. Oxley ». St. 

Louis, etc., R. Co., 65 Mo. 629. 

Com. V. Hite, 6 Leigh, 558 (29 Am. Dec. 227, note). 

Jordan v. Pollock, 14 Ga. 145; Jackson %i. Catlin, 2 Johns. 248 ; Clark 
c. Gifford, 10 Wend. 310; Bramam v. Bingham, 26 N. Y. 483; White 
'.'. Bailey, 14 Conn. 270; State Bk. v. Evans, 3 Green (L.) 155 (28 
Am. Dec. 400). 

privileges. In statute. City of Elk Point v. Vaughn, i Da- 
kota, 113. 

In insurance policy. Perkins ». Ins. Co., 2 El. & Bl. 322. 

Smith V. Forest, 49 N, H. 230. 

In statute. Kingv. Wade, i B. & Ad. 873; Con>. v Simonds, 11 Gray, 
306 



'•t j ft ffl w wnai i^ HMp i i i i< ii ^ >» t«m iaMMj^^ 



ESTABLISH. 



X24 



ESTATE. 



In statute. Davenport v. 



ESTABLISH — Continued. 

and regulate domeBtio relations. 

Caldwell. lo S. C. 317. 

and regulate markets. In city charter. Ketchuni v. City of 

Buffalo, 14 N. Y. 356 ; BeekmanT/. People, 27 Barb. 260; People v. 
Lowber, 28 Barb. 65 ; Waitman t>. Philadelphia, 33 Pa. St. 202. 
or set up a newspaper or printing press. In covenant. An- 
derson V. Faulconer, 30 Miss. US- 
ESTABLISHED. Gibson v. Kirk, i Q. B. 85 5. 

In statute. Com. v. Simonds, ii Gray, 306; Weigel v. Betz, 18 La. 
Ann. 49. 

by a jury. In statute. Fitch r. Tafft, 1 26 Mass. 504. 

. ' or usual place of business. In statute. Rhodes 2/. Salem, 

etc., Tp. Co., 98 Mass 95. 
ESTATE. Cutts v. Com., 2 Mass. 284 : Deering v. Tucker, 55 Me. 284 ; Jackson 

V. Parker, 9 Cow. 73; Hunter v. Husted, Busb. (Eq.) 141 : U. S. v. 
Crookshank, i Edw. 233 ; Jackson v. Robins, 16 Johns. 537 ; State 
V. Bishop, 15 Me. 122. 
In deed. Doe v. Evans, 9 Ad. & Ell. 719. 
In indictment. People v. Hall, 19 Cal. 425. 

In statute. Harrison v. Lamar. 33 Ark. 824: Friedman v. Macy, 17 
Cal 226; Smithdeal v. Smith. 64 N.C. 52; Filliter 7/. Phippard. 11 
Q. B. 348; Freedman T/. Goodwin, I McAllister. 148. 
In will. Sanderson v. Dobson, 7 C. B. 100 ; Allison v. Chancy. 63 
Mo. 283 ; Mabley v. Stainback, i Martin, 75 (' Am. Dec. S45): Tur- 
bett V. Turbett, 3 Yeates, 187 (2 Am. Dec. 369) ; Vanderzee v. Van- 
derzee, 36 N. Y. 231 ; Terry v. Wiggans, 47 N. Y. 513 ; Jackson v. 
Merrill. 6 Johns. 185; Archer v. Deneale, i Peters. 585 ; Doe v. 
Lean, i Q. B. 229; Hamilton v. Buckmaster, L. R., 3 Eq. Cas. 325; 
OToole V. Browne, 3 El. & Bl. 572 ; Kellogg v. Blair. 6 Mete. 322 ; 
Tracy v. Kilbourn, 3 Cush. 557; Hammond V. Hammond, 8 Gill & 
J. 436; Hart w. White. 26 Vt. 260; Arnold w. Lincoln, 8 R. L 384; 
Countess of Bridgewater v. Duke of Bolton, 6 Mod. 106; Jackson 
V. Delaney, 11 Johns. 365; Brewer v. Brightman, 4 McCord,6o; 
Andrews v. Bramfield, 32 Miss. 107 ; Crostwaight v. Hutchinson, 2 
Bibb. 407 ; Norris v. Clark, 10 N. J. (Eq.) 51 ; Den v. Snitcher. 14 
N J (Eq.) 53; Vick v. Sueter. 3 El. & Bl. 233 ; New Orleans v. 
Stewart, 28 La. Ann. 181 ; Jacks v. Bridewell, 51 Miss. 881 ; Roths- 
child v. Hatch, 54 Mi|p. 554- 

and efltects. In statute. Sayer v. Defaur, 1 1 Q. B. 335 ; Att'y 

Gen. V. Browning, 8 H L. Cas. 243. 
In will. Perceval v. Perceval, L. R., 9 Eq. Cas. 387. 

in settlement. Mechanics', etc., Bk's. Appeal, 31 Conn. 69. 

of inheritance or freehold. In statute. Inhabitants of Ips- 
wich V. Inhabitants of Topsfield, 5 Mete. 350. 

real and personal. In will. Austin v. Rutland, etc., R. Co., 45 

Vt. 215. 

all my . In will. Donovan w. Donovan, 4 Harr. (Del) 177; 

Godfreys. Humphrey, 18 Pick. 537. 

any in fee or for life. In statute. Olcott v. Wood, 14 N. Y. 33. 

ft^otory In will. Brainerd v. Cowdrey, 16 Conn. i. 

interested in the . In statute. Shields v. Ashley, 16 Mo. 471. 



tan 



ESTATE. 



'e. Davenport v. 

stchuni V. City of 
b. 260 ; People v. 
,3 Pa. St. 202. 
In cmenant, Ari- 



el V. Betz, 18 La. 

s. 504. 

Rhodes v. Salem, 

Me. 284; Jackson 
[Eq.) 141 : U. S. V. 
Johns. 537 ; State 



dman v. Macy, 17 
terz/. Phippard, 11 
48. 

son V. Chancy, 63 
m. Dec. S45) ; Tur- 
Vanderzee v. Van- 
{. 513; Jackson v. 
eters, 585 ; Doe 7>. 
R., 3 Eq. Cas. 325; 
Blair, 6 Mete. 322 ; 
ammond, 8 Gill & 
.incoln. 8 R. I. 384; 
Mod. 106; Jackson 
lan, 4 McCord, 60; 
It V. Hutchinson, 2 
Den V. Snitcher, 14 
\ ; New Orleans v. 
i Miss. 881 ; Roths- 

II Q. B. 335 ; Att'y- 



leal, 31 Conn. 69. 
Inhabitants of Ips- 

and, etc., R. Co., 45 

Harr. (Del.) 177; 



Wood, 14 N. Y 
Conn. I. 
shley, 16 Mo. 471 



ESTATE. 



125 



EVICTION. 



"EBITJlTE - 



ESTATES. 



ESTIMATE. 
ESTIMATED. 



ESTIMATION. 
ESTOPPEL. 



ESTBAY. 



ET AL. 



ETC. 



EVADINO. 
EVENT. 



EVERY. 




EVICTION. 



Continued. 

real . In will. Knight t. Selby, 3 Man. & G. 95. 

residue of my . In will. Den v. Drew, 14 N. J. (L.) 68. 

hereditaments and premises. Indeed. Dayrell z/. Hoare, 12 

Ad. & Ell. 369. 
other . In statute. Atwater v. Inhabitants of Woodbridge, 6 

Conn. 223 (16 Am. Dec. 46). 
In verdict. Roddy v. McGeti ick, 49 Ala. 1 59. 
In contract. Heald v. Cooper, 8 Me. 32. 
cash value. In insurance policy. Elliott v, Lycoming Ins. Co., 

66 Pa. St. 22 (5 Am. Rep. 323). 
containing by . In contract. Stebbins v. Eddy, 4 Mason, 414. 

Frost V. Saratoga Mut. Ins. Co., 5 Demo, 1 54; Leicester v. Rehobeth* 

4 Mass. 180; Owen v. Bartholomew, 9 Pick. 520; Van Rensselear 

V. Kearney, 1 1 How. 297 ; Water's Appeal, 35 Pa. St. 523 ; Sparrow 

V. Kingman, I N. Y. 242 ; Armfield v. Moore, Busb. (L.) 157; 

Dezell V. Odell, 3 Hill, 215. 
In statute. Thompson v. Corpstein, 52 Cal. 653 ; Shepherd v. Hawley, 

4 Oreg. 206 ; Roberts v. Barnes, 27 Wis. 422 ; Walters v. Glats, 29 

Iowa, 437 ; Lyman v. Gibson, 18 Pick. 426. 
Bacchus V. Moreau, 4 La. Ann. 313 ; Lebeau v. Trudeau, 10 La. Ann. 

164; Conery v. Webb, 12 La. Ann. 282. 
Queen v. Redpath, 10 Mod. 152 ; Railroad Co. v. Metcalfe, 4 Mete. 2ii ; 

Ham V. Tichenor, 3 Mon. 196. 
In bill of particulars. Hayes z/. Wilson, 105 Mass. 21. 
In bond. Com. v. Ross, 6 S. & R. 427- 
In indictment. Com. v. Lakeman, 4 Cush. 597. 
In plea. Bryan v. Bates, 15 111. 87. 
In statute. Dano v. R. Co., 27 Ark. 564. 
In will. Barnaby v. Tessell, L. R., 11 Eq. Cas. 363. 
In statute. Smith v. State, 43 Ala. 345. 

of the award. In order. Reeves v. McGregor, 9 Ad. & Ell. 577; 

In deed. Marsick v. Webber, 2 El. & Bl. 637. 

of the trial. In statute. Hardy v. Featherstonhaugh, 10 B. & 

S. 629;L. R., 4Q. B. 725. 

abide the . In statute. Jones v. Williams, L. R., 8 Q. B. 280; 

Stooke V. Taylor, 5 Q. B. Div. 569. 
follow the . In statute. Field v. R. Co., 3 Ex. Div. 26 ; Myers 

V. Defries. 5 Ex. Div. 15; Id. 180. 
Charter Ins. Co. v. Colt, 20 Wall. 560. 

declaration. In statute. Doe v. Roe, 2 Ad. & Ell. 1 1. 

of them. In bond. Besorc v. Potter, 12 S. & R. 158. 

person. In statute. Washington 7/. State, 17 Wis. 148. 

son. In will. Surtees v. Surtees, L. R., 12 £q. Cas. 400. 

such overseer. In statute. King v. Share, 3 Q. B. 37. 

way fitted for the voyage. In charter-party. Von Lingen v. 

Davidson, i Fed. Rep. 178. 

in case. In constitution. Steele v. Shields, 49 Md. 304. 

Upton v. Townsend, 17 C. B. 30; Royce v. Guggenheim, 106 Mass. 



s 



EVICTION. 



126 



EXCEED. 



EVIDENCE. 



EVICTION — Continued. 

20I ; Mitchell v. Warner, 5 Conn. 497; Succession of Coxe, 15 La. 
Ann. 514; Reasoner v. Edmondson, 5 Ind. 393; Pendleton v. 
Dyett, 4 Cow. 581. 

McWilliams v. Rodgers, 56 Ala. 93 ; Schloss v. Creditors, 31 Cal. 201; 
Nelson v. Johnson, 18 Ind. 329; Harvey v. Smith, 17 Ind. 272. 

In statute. Re Comstock, 8 Ben. 335. 

against himself. In constitution. State v. Ober, 52 N. H.459 

(13 Am. Dec. 88). 

in support thereof. In statute. State v. Halliday, 60 Mo. 596 

of a contract. In statute. Mullett v. Hutchinson, 7 B. <b C. 

640 ; Blackwell v. McNaughton, i Q. B. 128. 

of debt. In statute. Gaines v. Craig, 24 Ark. 477. 

oiroumstantial . People v. Kennedy, 32 N. Y. 141. 

prima fboio . Emmons z/. Westfield Bk., 97 Mass. 230. 

of debt. In statute. New York Life IriS. Co. v. Beebe, 7 N. Y 

364- 
EVIDENT. proof is . In constitution. Re Alexander, 59 Mo. 598; ex parte 



EVIDENCES. 



EVIDENTLY. 
EX. 



Acree, 63 Ala. 234; ex parte Foster, 5 Tex. (App.) 625 (32 Am. Rep. 
577.) 

— unsmtable. In statute. Thayer v. Horner, 1 1 Mete. 104. 

— parte. Lincoln w. Cook, 3 111. 61. 

parte matema. Banta v. Demarest, 24 N. J. (L.> 431. 

parte paterna. Banta v. Demarest, 24 N. J. (L.) 431 . 

post &cto. In constitution. Townsend v. Townsend, Peck, i 

(14 Am. Dec. 722); Bell v. Perkins, Peck, 261 (14 Am. Dec, 745); 
re Gabenz, 45 Cal. 430; People v. Mortimer, 46 Cal. 114; U. S. v. 
Hughes, 8 Ben. 29; Coles v. County of Madison, Breese, 154(12 
Am. Dec. i6i); Dickinson z/. Dickinson, 3 Murphy, 327 (9 Am. Dec. 
' 608); Dash V. Van Kleck, 7 Johns. 477(5 Am. Dec. 291); Turner 

V. State, 40 Ala. 21; Walston v. Com., 16 B. Mon. 37; Strong w. 
State, I Blackf. 193 ; Den. v. Van Riper, 16 N. J. (L.) 7 ; Boston v. 
Cummins, 16 Ga. 102 ; Cummings v. State, 4 Wall. 277 ; U. S. v. 
Hall, 2 Wash. C. C, 366; Woart v. Wir.nir'<, 3 N. H. 473; Fletcher 
V. Peck, 6 Cranch, 87 ; Shepherd v. People, 55 N. Y. 403. See 
note by Mr. Justice Johnson in 2 Peters, 681 ; Calder v. Bail, 3 
Dallas, 386 ; Gut v. State, 9 Wall. 35; Locke v. New Orleans, 4 
Wall. 172; Carpenter v. State, 17 How. 456; Municipality v. 
Wheeler, 10 La. Ann. 145; Perry's Case, 3 Gratt. 632; Fisher v. 
Cockerill, 5 Mon. 132; Railroad v. Dickerson, 17 B. Mon. 176; State 
V. Willis, 66 Mo. 131 ; O'Donohue v. Aiken, 2 Duv. 479; ex parte 
Bethurum, 66 Mo. 545; Evans 7/. Montgomery, 4 W. & S. 218; Ori- 
ental Bk. V. Freeze, 18 Me. 100; Mechanics' Bank's Appeal, 31 
Conn. 63 ; Lord v. Chadbourne, 42 Me. 429 ; Albee v. May, 2 Paine, 
74; B.iy v. Gage, 36 Barb. 477; Strong v. State, i Blackf. 193; 
Turner c. State, 40 Ala. 21; Ross' Case, 2 Pick, 165; Rand v. Com., 

9 Gratt, 738; Hartung v. People, 22 N. Y. 95. 

EXAMINATION. In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 11 Q. B. 63 ; 9 Ad. & Ell. 837 ; 

10 Ad. & Ell. 679. 

on oath. In statute. Laughran v. Kelly, 8 Cush. 199. 

XXCEED. did not . In statute. Re Earl of Harrington, 2 El. & Bl. 676. 



!"|i" ii mWJ H L il . ' W ' i ' . 



EXCEED. 



of Coxe, 1 5 La. 
; Pendleton v. 

tors, 31 Cal. 201; 
17 Ind. 272. 

,er, 52 N. H.459 

day, 60 Mo. 596. 
inson, 7 B. & C » 

Ml- 
141. 

ass. 230. 
V. Beebe, 7 N. Y 

o. 598 ; ex parte 
625 (32 Am. Rep. 

1 Mete. 104. 

L.) 43«- 
L.) 43' • 

twnsend, Peck, t 
\ Am. Dec. 745) ; 
:al. 114; U. S. V. 
n, Breese, 154(12 
U 327 (9 Am. Dec. 
Dec, 291); Turner 
>n. 37; Strong v. 
(L.) 7; Boston w. 
alt. 277; U. S. V. 
. H. 473 ; Fletcher 
; N. Y. 403- See 
Calder v. Ball, 3 
/. New Orleans, 4 
; Municipality v. 
lit. 632 ; Fisher v. 
3. Mon. 176; State 
Ouv. 479; ex parte 
W. & S. 2i8;Ori- 
Bank's Appeal, 31 
ee V. May, 2 Paine, 
ite, I Blackf. 193 ; 
165; Rand v. Com., 

1 ; 9 Ad. & Ell. 837 ; 

:ush. 199. ' 

, 2 El. & Bl. 676. 



EXCEPT. 



127 



EXECUTED 



EXCEPT. 



In grant. Greenleaf v. Barth, 61 



EXCEPTING. 

EXCEPTION. 
EXCESSES. 

EXCESSIVE. 



as hereinafter excepted. 

Peters, 302. 
the brick fiictory. In statute. Allen v. Scott, 21 Pick. 25 (32 

Am. Dec. 238). 
Barnes v. Burt, 38 Conn. 541. 
In deed. Stockwell v. Couillard, 129 Mass. 231, 
In statute. Quary v. Gambert, 32 Cal. 304. 
cruel treatment or outrages. In statute. Tourne v. Tourne, 

9 La. Ann. 452 ; Armant v. Her Husband, 4 La. Ann. 137. 
In plea. Starch v. Clarke, 4 B. & Ad. 1 1 5. 

bail. In constitution. Ex parte Duncan, 53 Cal. 410. 

fines. In constitution, Pervear v. Com., 5 Wall. 475 ; Blyden- 

burgh V. Mills, 39 Conn. 484. 

weight. In statute. Avelard v. Lucas, 5 C. P. Div. 211. 

Cass V. Thompson, i N. H. 65 (8 Am. Dec. 36); Com. v. Clark, 14 Gray, 

367 ; BufTum v. Murry, 3 Mason, 481. 

and convey. In power of attorney. Long 7/. Fuller, 21 Wis. 122. 

second of first unpaid. 22 How. 96. 

liquor. In statute. Queen v. Lancashire, 7 El. & Bl. 840. 

In constitution. Portland Bk. v. Apthorp. 12 Mass. 352; Oliver v.. 

Washington Mills, 1 1 Allen, 268 ; Scholey v. Rew, 23 Wall. 345 ; 

Pacific Ins. Co. v. Soule, 7 Wall. 433. 
In statute. Patrick v. Faulke, 45 Mo. 312. 
In insurance policy. Palmer v. Warren Ins. Co., i Story, 365. 
In statute. Washburn v. Gould, 3 Story C. C. 122, 

jurisdiction. Com. v. O'Connell, 8 Gray, 464. 

of abend. In verdict. Walker v. Gibbs, 2 Dall. 211 ; i Yeates, 

255- 

of costs. In statute. Gordon v. Ross, 2 Cal. 157. 

power. In statute. Park Soc. v. City of Hartford, 47 Conn. 89. 

right. In charter. Sloan v. State, 8 Blackf. 361. 

EXCIjUSrVELY. In statute. Reg. v. Manchester, 16 Q. B. 450. 



EXCHANGE. 



EXCISABI.E. 
EXCISE. 

EXCLUDED. 

EXCLUDING. 

EXCLUSIVE. 



EXCUSABLE. 

EXCUSE. 
EXECUTE. 

EXECUTED. 




neglect. In statute. Flanders v. Sherman, 18 Wis. 593; Stop- 

penfeldt v. Milwaukee, etc., R. Co., 29 Wis. 690; Johnson v. Eldred, 
13 Wis. 487 ; Stafford v. McMillan, 25 Wis. 566. 

lawful . In statute. Queen v. Harvey, L. R., i C. C. R. 285. 

In statui". Waleman v. Merrill, 4 Vroom, 378 ; Ker^ible v. Harris, 7 

Vroon , 526; Scott v. Dow, 2 Green, 350. 
Bagley v. McMickle, 9 Cal. 430; State v. Young, 23 Minn. 551. 
In declaration. Walbridge v. Arnold, 21 Conn. 425. 
In deed. Stuart v. Dutton, 39 111. 91. 
In statute. Den. v. Young, 7 Halst. 300 ; Calhoun v. Bufiington, 25, 

Mo. 443 ; Little v. Dodge, 32 Ark. 453, 

and delivered. In contract. Faunce v. Ins. Co., loi Mass. 279. 

execution . In statute. Smith v. Young, 12 N. J. (L.). 300. 

has unto. Bagley v. McMickle, 9 Cal. 340. 

to be indue Jbrm of law. In writ. Magnayv. Monger, 4 Q,. 

. B. 818. 



SXECUTINa* 



EXECUTION. 



EXECUTIVE. 



EXECUTOB. 
EXECUTORY 



Drewe v. Lamson, 1 1 Ad. & Ell. 529. 

any such deed. In statute. Ellis v. McCormack, lo B. & S. ^. 

Tiernan v. Fenimere, 17 Ohio, 545- 

In statute. Ins. Co. v. Halleck. 6 Wall. SS^- 

of the instrument. Freeman v. Ellison, 37 Mich. 459. 

or other legal prooess. In statute. Re Fanshaw, L. R., 11 Eq. 

Cas.615. 

in upon any judgment. In statute. Re Lilley, 14 Q- B. 404. 

on their . In deed. Dingwall v. Edwards, 4 B. & S. 758. 

proof of . Freeman v. Ellison, 37 Mich. 459- 

In statute. U. S. v. Barnabo, 14 Blatchf. 74- 

authority. Com. v. Hall, 9 Gray, 267. 

officer. Thome v. San Francisco. 4 Cal. 127. 

or ministerial officers. In statute. Cook v. College of Louis- 

villa, 9 Bush, 541 • 
Sheldon v. Smith, 97 Mass. 34 ; Firmey v. Barnes, 97 Mass. 401. 
In promissory note. Rittenhouse v. Ammerman, 64 Mo. 196. 
oontraot. Farrington v. Tennessee, 5 Otto, 683. 

EXECUTOBS . In will. Phillips v. Stewart, 59 Mo. 49'- 

. administrators and assigns. In insurance policy. 26 N. Y. 253. 

my , In ivill. Noel v. Harvey, 29 Miss. 72. 

EXECUTOBSmP. expenses. In will. Sharp v. Lush, 10 Ch. Div. 468. 

EXECUTOBY. devise. In statute. Edwards v. Bibb, 54 Ala. 475- 

trust. Egerton v. Brownlow, 4 H. L. Cas. 210. 

BXECUTBIX. In will. Owen v. Ellis. 64 Mo. 77- 

EXEMPLABY. —damages. Chiles z.. Drake, 2 Mete. 147 : Fay z.. Parker 53 N. 
■^^^ H. 342 ; Bixby v. Dunlap, 56 N. H. 456 : Fry v. Bennett, i Abb. P«. 

304; Roth V. Eppy, 80 111. 283. 

from taxation. In statute. S. H. Co. v. St. Louis, 62 Mo. 135- 

In statute. Atf y-Gen. v. Fitzjohn, 2 Hurl. & N. 473: State v. Forshner, 

43 N. H. 90. 
from taxation of every kind. In hospital charter. Sheehanv. 

Good Samaritan Hospital, 50 Mo. 155. 

.^holly In statute. East London Water Works v. Overseers, 

2 El. & El. 455- 
EXEMPTION. Glassinger v. State, 24 Ohio St. 206. 

In statute. Long v. Converse, i Otto, 1 13. 
EXEBCISE. Indeed. Winter v. Williams, 4 Ad. & El. 251. 
EXEBOITOB. The Phebe. Ware, 267. 

Reg. V. Webb. 2 C. & K. 938. 

the books. In statute. Broner v. Cotheal, 10 Barb. 216. 

In statute. Newell ». State, 2 Conn. 38; Hammett v. Starkweather, 
47 Conn. 440. 

legaUy In statute. Pfeiffer v. Suss, 73 Mo. 2. 

BXmBITINO. thebiU. In plea. Rees z'. Morgan, 5 B. & Ad. 1039. 

EXHIBITION. pubUo . In statute. Com. t/. Gee. 6 Cush. 179. 

EXHIBITS. Lake v. Skinner, i Jac. & W. 9 : Brown v. Redwyne. 16 Ga. 67. 



EXEMPT. 
EXEMPTED. 



EXHIBIT. 
EXHIBITED. 



ilJW,4U"Ulll.'Mll«'il<l 




k, lo B. & S. 90. 



:h. 459- 

iw. L. R., II Eq. 

, 14 Q. B. 404. 
b S. 758. 



EXISTENCE. 
EXISTENOE. 

ExrsTmo. 



X29 



EXPLOSION. 



:olIege of Louis- 


EXPECTED. 


Mass. 401 • 


EXPEDITION. 


MLo. 196. 


EXPELLED. 


83. 


EXPENSE. 




EXPENSES. 


/ify. 26 N. Y. 253. 




h, Div. 468. 




475- 




ly V. Parker, 53 N. 
ennett, i Abb. P(. 




Louis, 62 Mo. I3S- 


* 


State V. Forehner, 




arter. Sbeehan v. 




>rk8 V. Overseers, 


EXPENSIVE. 




EXPEBIMENT 



oorporate . In statute. Hurt v. Salisbury. 55 Mo. 310, 

In insurance policy. Gee v. Ciieshire Ins. Co., 5J N. H. 65. 

creditors. In statute. Fox v. Edwards. 38 Iowa, 21. 

estates. In statute State 7'. Di veil ng, 66 Mo. 375. 

laws. In statute. Laurie 1: State, 5 Ind. 625. 

railroad corporations. In statute. Indianapolis, etc., R. Co., 

V. Blacknian, 63 III. 117. 

in the suit. In statute. Blake v. Dove. 7 Hurl. 61 N. 472. 

EXPATRIATED. Ludlam v. Ludiam, 26 N. Y. 356. 
EXPECT. Johnson v. McCune, 27 Mo. 171. 

EXPECTANCY. In deed. Vallev. Clemens, 18 Mo. 486. 

EXPECTANT. estates. In statute. Lawrence z*. Bayard. 7 Paige, 70; Under- 
bill V. Saratoga, etc., R. Co., 20 Barb. 455. 

In contract. Bold v. Ray nor, i M. & W. 343. 

to arrive. In contract. Gorrisson v. Perrin, 2 C. B. (N. S.)68i. 

Leathers v. Greenacre, 53 Me. 573. 
Perry v. Fitzhowe, 8 Q. B. 757. 

half the . In contract. Snow t/. Johnson, i Minn. 48. 

In partnership agreement. Fishery. Goddard, i Black, 506; 8 Peters, 

355- 
In pica. Richardson v. Clasen, 10 Q. B. 756. 
In statute. Gurnee z/. Maloney, 38 Cal. 81;; Whitehousev. R. Co., L. R.. 

5 Ex. 12; Dashiell v. Mayor, 45 Md. 615. 
/// will. Re Haines, 4 Halst. Ch. 506. 

— in relation to highways. In statute. Queen v. Heath, 6 B. & 
S. 587. 

— inoiirred. In statute. Bayley v. Wilkinson, 16 C. B. (N. S.) 190. 

— necessarily incurred. In statute. Queen v. Mayor, 5 Q. B. 862. 

— of administration. In statute. Lester v. Mathews, 56 Ga. 6$$- 
actual that may appertain to the goods themselves. In con- 
tract. Fosters. Goddard, i Cliff. 158. 

costs and . In order. Ball v. Vason, 56 Ga. 264. 

proper and legal . In statute. Sullivan v. Mining Co., 39 Cal. 

467. 
In statute. Webster v. Peck, 31 Conn. 495. 

In patent. Hills v. London Gas-light Co., 5 Hurl. & N.^JH- 



EXPEBT. 



o Barb. 216. 

t v. Starkweather, 



f Ad. 1039. 

79. 

'n<?, 16 Ga. 67. 



Tavpf HE 

EXPLICIT. 

EXPLOSION. 



17 



Jones V. Tucker, 41 N. H. 547 ; Page v. Parker, 40 N. H. 47 ; State v. 
Phair, 48 Vt. 366 ; Heald v. Thing, 45 Me. 392 ; Mitchell v. State, 
58 Ala. 417 ; Young v. O'Neil, 57 Ala. 567 ; Dole v. Johnson, 50 N 
H. 452 ; Clark v. Rockland Water Co., 52 Me. 68 ; Sweetze v 
Lowell, 33 Me. 446. 

and terminate. In lease. Bowman v. Foot, 29 Conn. 331. 

Spencer v. Colt, 89 Pa. St. 314. 

In Jire insurance policy. 7 Wall. 44; Stanley v. Ins. Co., L. R., 3 Ex. 

71 ; United Ins. Co. v. Foote, 22 Ohio St. 340. 
loss occasioned by the of a steam-boiler. In insurance policy. 

St. John V. Am. Mut. F. & M. Ins. Co., 11 N. Y. 516. 



■ 






I 



i 



a^gy?T35*«T"^'«a«^'*^a**^^ 



EXPLOSIONS. 



ESXPLOSIONS. 



130 



EXTERNAL. 



In fire policy. Briggs v. N. A. & M. 
In statute. Bliss v. Lilley, 




policy. Washburn v. 



caused by lightning or . 

Ins. Co.. 53 N- Y. 446. 
EXPLOSIVE. preparations and compositions. 

3B. &S. 129. 
any other substance. In insurance 

Miami Valley Ins. Co.. 2 Fed. Rep. 633. 
EXPORTATION. Forman .'. Peaslee. n Month^L^R. (N^S.) 273^ 

In statute. Barrett 7/. Stockton R. Co., 2 Man. &G. 312. 

designed for . In statute. Com. x'. King. . Whan. 448. 

shipped for . StocktonR.Co.x/.Barrett..Cl.&F 590. 

from the port. In statute. MuUer v. Baldwin. L. R.. 9 9- «■ 

In Zstitution. Crandall.. State. 6 Wall. 35= Almy .^ State.^4 How. 

,69; State 7/. Turner. 5 Harr. 50. : ex parte Martin. 7 Nev. 140. 

re Wong Yung Quy. 2 Fed. Rep. 624. 

Reg. 2/. Webb, 2 C. & K. 938. , ^^ .^ ^c- 

1! to sale, in statute. Eberle .. Mehrback, 55 N. Y. 682; Adams 

Ex. Co. 7/. Schlessinger. 75 Pa- St. 246. f 
• to injury. In statute. Treat's Appeal. 40 Conn. 288. 
to the danger of fire. In statute. Safford v. Boston, etc.. k. 

Co.. 103 Mass. 584. j„„_o- 

willftilly and wantonly — himself to any ^"e^^f^^ 'l"^*^; 

OT peril. In insurance policy. Schneider ,,. Prov.dent Ins. Co.. 24 

-Tlo Necessary danger, hazard or perilous adventure^ In 

accent insurance policy. Sawtelle ..Railway Pass. Ass. Co.. .5 

Blatchf. 216. r-^ .0 V Y 

In insurance policy. Chaffee v. Cattaraugus Mut. Ins. Co.. .8 N. ^ . 

_5or implied. In city charter. McGaffin t/. City of Cohoes. 74 N. 
Y. 387 yp Am. Rep. 387). 

trust. Brown v. Cheney. 56 Barb. 635. 

understanding. Spence z/. Spence. 17 Wis. 448. 

EXPRESSED. In statute. Hartford v. R. Co.. 16 Q. B. 442. 

shall be in the title. In constitution. People t/. H.lls, 36 N. ^ . 

449; Durkce v. City of Janesville, 26 Wis. 697. 
EXPRESSLY. In statute. Reg. t^. Poor Law Commrs.. 9 Q- B. 292^ 
^^ , —named. /« ./a/«^^. Taylort.. Nicholls, 6M. & W. 95. 

* withheld. /«./«/«^^. Lightfootr. Bass.2Tenn.Ch.677. 

Clement v. Dickey, i Paine, 385- 

/«././«/.. Ralston.. Smith, n H. L. Cas. 223; South Boston R. 

Co. T/. Middlesex R. Co., 121 Mass. 485- 
In statute. Brooke. Clarke. . B. & Aid. 402. 
In re Wedgwood Coal & Iron Co.. 26 W. R. 442. 

alteration. In lease. Perry .. Davis, 3 C- B. (N. S.) 776- ^ 

parts of the premises. Indeed. Green .. Eales. 2 Q. n. 2.5. 

_ violence. 7« /«.«r««..MO'- Citizens' Ins. Co. ..Glasgow. 

J.^"olelt and accidental means. In accident insurance policy. 
Bavless.. Travelers' Ins. Co., 14 Blatchf. 144- 



EXPORTED. 
EXPORTS. 

EXPOSE. 



XPOSED. 



EX.'^^^^O. 
EXPOSURE. 

EXPOSXTRES. 
EXPRESS. 



EXTEiro. 

EXTENSION. 
EXTERNAL. 



"*1 



EXTERNAL. 

js V. N. A. & M. 

Bliss V. Lilley, 

Washburn v. 



3'2. 
lari. 448. 

t F. 590- 

in. L. R.. 9 Q- B- 

V. State. 24 How. 
rtin, 7 Nev. 140; 



I. Y. 682 ; Adams' 

% 
ui. 288. 
V. Boston, etc.. R. 

leoessary danger 
vident Ins. Co.. 24 

IS adventure. In 
Pass. Ass. Co.. 15 

Ins. Co.. 18 N. Y. 

ty of Cohoes, 74 N. 

448. 

pie T/. Hills, 36 N.Y. 

92- 
I.&W. 95. 

Tenn. Ch. 677- 

3 ; South Boston R. 



B. (N. S.) 776- 

V. Eales, 2 Q. ^. 225. 

Ins. Co. V. Glasgow. 

ient insurance policy. 



EXTING VISHMENT. 



131 



FACTORY. 



EXTINOUISHMBNT. Taylor r. Harrington, 4 McCord, 96 (24 Am. Dec. 710). 

of the State debt. In constitution. Auditor-General v. State 

Treasurer, 45 Mich. 161. 
EXTOBSIVELY. In indictment. Leeman v. State, 35 Ark. 439. 



EXTORT. 
EXTOBTION. 



EXTRA. 



FACE. 



Com. z/. O'Brien, 12 Cush. 90. , 

Com. V. Bagley, 7 Pick. 279; Collier ?'. State, 55 Ala. 125; People?'. 

Whaley, 6 Cow. 661 ; Com. z/. Mitchell, 3 Bush, 39; Williams v. 

State, 2 Sneed, 160. 

/// statute. U. S. v. Wartz, 3 Sawy. 474. 

work. In contract. Escott 7a White, 10 Bush, 174. 

EXTRAORDINARY. care. Toledo, etc., R. Co. v. Baddeley, 54 III. 19. 

charges. In statute. W.iddington v. London Union, i El., B. & 

El. 387. 

expenditures. In constitution. Walker v. State, 12 S. C. 200. 

expenses. In statute. Aveland 7/. Lucas, 5 C. P. Div. 211. 

expenses incurred in case of riot. In statute. King %>. 

Justices, 7 B. & C. 10. 
marine risk. In charter-party. Leary v. U. S., 14 Wall. 607. 

occasions. In constitution. Whiteman w. Wilmington, etc., R. 

Co., 2 Karr. (Del.) 514 (33 Am. Dec. 411). 

traffic. In statute. Aveland v. Lucas, 5 C. P. Div. 211. 

services. In statute, Holman ?/. Sims, 39 Ala. 709; Allen v. 

Martin, 36 Ala. 330. 

of the judgment. Osgood t/. Bringolf, 32 Iowa, 265. 

of the work. In contract. Martin v. Thrasher. 40 Vt. 460. 

meet the witnesses to . In constitution. State v. Mc- 

O'Blenis, 24 Mo. 403; Johnson v. State, 2 Yerg. 57 ; Miller i*. State, 

25 Wis. 387. 

on the . Woodcock v. Bennet, i Cow. 711 (13 Am. Dec. 569). 

In note. Springfield Bk. v. Merritt, 14 Mass. 322. 

In statute. South Eastern R. Co. v. Comm'rs. 5 Q. B. Div. 218. 

proper and convenience for the conveyance and accommo- 
dation of passengers. In statute. Eastern Union R. Co. v. R. 
Co., 2 El. & Bl. 542. 

Drake -v. Cockroft, 4 E. D. Smith, 34 ; Lawrence v. Wright, 2 Duer, 

673- 
Baring v. Corrie, 2 B. & Aid. 148; Graham v. Duckwall, 8 Bush,' 12 ; 

Higgins V. Moore, 34 N. Y. 418 : Ladd v. Arkell, 37 N. Y. (S. C.) 

35: Hopkirk 7'. Bell, 3 Cranch, 454; Winne v, Hammond, 37 III. 

99 ; Taylor v. Wells, 3 Watts, 65 ; Slack v. Tucker, 23 Wall. 321. 
In deed. Mahew v. Hardesty. 8 Md. 479. 
In insurance policy. Liebenstein v. Ins. Co., 45 111. 301. 
In statute. Kent v. Astley, 10 B. <fe S. 802 ; Redgrove v. Lee, L. R.. 

9 Q. B. 363; Blackford 7A State, 11 Ohio. 327 ; Atwood v. DeForest, 

19 Conn. 513; Palmer's Ship Co. 7/. Clayton, L. R., 4 Q. B. 209; 

Kent V. Astley, L. R.. 5 Q. B. 19; Whymper v. Harvey. 18 C. B. 

(N. S.) 248. 

prices. In note. Whipple v. Levitt, 2 Mason, 89. 

chair . In insurance policy. Liebenstein v. Ins. Co., 4; 111. 301. 

part of a used solely for the manuftusture of goods. In statute. 

Taylor 7/. Hicks. 12 C. B. (N. S.) 160. 



FACILITIES. 



FACT. 



FACTOR. 



FACTORY. 



FACTS. 



132 



FACSTS. 
FACULTY. 
FAIL. 
FAILED. 

FAILS. 
FAILUBE. 

FAIR. 



FALSEL Y. 
In statute. Clay Co.v. Simon- 



FAIBBANES 
FAIRLY. 



FAITH. 

FAITHFULLY 
FALDA (Sp.) 
FALL- 



FALSE. 



FALSELY 



constituting a cause of action. 

son, I Dakota, 403- ,,, - , f^, 

__ of physic. In statute. Regents v. WilHa.ns. y G.U & J. 365 

(31 Am. Dec. 721). 
/«./«/«/.. Com. ./. McDonald, S Cush. 368 

to act. In statute. Howard 7. McDa.rm.d. 26 Ark. .06. 

Maver v. Hermann, 10 Blatchf. 257. 

^Z'^',.s.a..U. SK.phe,d..St. t„u„, ..c, R. Co.., Mo. 

n Md 415; Dumond v. Stringham, 26 Barb. 104. 

I'^execute process. /« ./«/«/.. Andrews .. Keep. 3 Ala. 3. 5- 
Z-a^ri^ent Story.. Holcombe, 4 McLean. 306; ^olsom .. 

Marsh, 2 Story C C. 100. 

average crop. Wright t/. Morris. . 5 Ark, 444- 

__ creditors. /« ./«^«/^. Gorham .. Witherby, 7 Q- J- 49 • 
— legal trial. In bond. Simpkinsr. Oakley, . Black (537- 
Hpftent. on scales. Fairbanks .. Jacobus. .4 Blatchf. 338. 
Warnock v. Thomas, 48 Ala. 463- 
In affidavit. Lawrence v. Finch, 17 N. J. (Eq.) 234- 
— wrought. In deed Griffiths v. Rigby, . Hurl. & N. 238. 
riwlnrf In statute. Satcher v. Satcher. 41 Ala. 26. 

290- Green v. Van Buskirk. 7 Wall. I39- 
In statute. Caperton .. Ballard, 14. Wall. 238. 

perform. In boml Bk. r. Adams, .2 Pick. 303. 

Fossafs Case, 2 Wall. 673. 

State V. Haddocks, 2 Hawks, 461. 

through. Norrist/. Maitland,9Phila.7. 

(21 Am. Rep. 703)- „, .^ .,, 

tiiis In contract. Weltner z^. R.ggs. 3 W. Va. 445- 

Br^wn^ C. & K. 504 ; Smith .. f ^^^^ / "urnph .63 ^ ^ 
forged and counterfeited. Intndutment. u. a... 

Wall. 432- , ^ . t. p-.Prrei/ People, 81 III. 98. 

or bogus Checks. In statute. P^"^*^^°P j,^^,,^,. u. S. t/. 

or fraudulent practice or appearance. In statute. 

_^Srin'"Spea^-etell founded. In statute. Com. .. 

Smith. I Whart. Dig. 826. ^c & K. 905. 
— statement. In^atute. Reg_ .. Dew^tt ^ C^& ^ ^oS^^^ ^^ ^^ 
swearing. In insuratue pohcy. Maner v. n 

^- ^- '^3- --..*•„» r« .M/*//^ Stat. v. Saunders. 63 Mo. 482. 

token or writing. In statute. ^*^*'/- Den.C.C. 157- 

and fraudulently. In statute. Reg. r. Bent, i ue 



ALSEL Y. 
o.v. Slnion- 

il! & J. 365 



,,38 Ala. 315- 
• Folsom V. 



B. 497- 
cf. 537- 
chf. 338- 



N. 238. 
.1 Ala. 26. 
Lissell, 5 Wall. 



's Fire Ins. Co. 
Co.. 51 Cal. 103 

45- 
St. 187. 

;:. 905; Reg. V. 

S3. 

S. V. Howell, 1 1 

!, 8i III. 98. 
statute. \5.S.v. 

tatute. Com. v. 

V. 905- 

ernia Ins. Co., 67 

;rs, 63 Mo. 482. 
I Den. C. C. I57- 



FAMILIES. 



133 



FARMERS. 



FAMILIES. hi will. Burt v. llillycr, 14 Eq. Cas. 160. 

FAMILT. Nixon v. Nanney. i Q. B. 747: Kitchell v. Burgwin, 21 111. 40; Wilson 

V. Cochran. 31 Tux. 677 ; Spencer v. Spencer, 1 1 I*aigc, 1 59 ; Regan 
V. Zebb. 28 Ohio St. 483. 

In insurance policy. Poor v. Humboldt Ins. Co.. 125 Mass. 274 ; 2 Fed. 
Rep. 432. 

Jn statute. Ellington v. Moore, 17 Mo. 424; State v. SLiter, 22 Mo. 
464; Whaley?/. Whaley. 50 Mo. 577: Kain %>. Fisher. 6 N. Y. 597; 
Weed V. Dayton, 40 Conn. 293; Weber v. Short, 55 Ala. 311; 
Turner ?'. Whittier. 40 Ala. 530; Town of Cheshire ?'. Town of 
Burlington. 31 Conn. 326; Person ?'. DeHart. 3 N. J. (L.)48i ; Strawn 
V. Strawn, 53 III. 263; Bradley v. Rodelsberger. 3 S. C. 226; Cox 
V. Stafford. 14 How. I'r. 519; Howard v. Marshall, 48 Tex. 471; White- 
head V. Nichelson.48Tex. 517; Johnson v. Fletcher, 54 Miss. 628. 

In will. Mercier v. M. R. F. S. & G. R. R.. 54 Mo. 506 ; Hall v. 
Stephens. 65 Mo. 671 ; Bates 7'. Denson. 128 Mass. 334; Pigge 7/. 
Clarke, 3 Ch. Div. 672; re Hutchinson, 8 Ch. Div. 541 ; Lambe v. 
Eames, L. R., 6 Ch. App. 597 ; Snow v. Lead, L. R., 9 Eq. Cas. 622; 
re Jeffrey, L. R., 14 Eq. Cas. 136; Dominick v. Sayre, 3 Sandf. 555; 
Wallace v. McMicken, 2 Disney, 564; Bowditch v. Andrew, 8 Allen, 
339; Smith V. Wildman, 37 Conn. 384. 

library. In statute. Robinson's Case, 3 Abb. Pr. 466. 

physioian. In insurance policy. Reed v. Piedmont, etc., Ins. 

Co., 58 Mo. 421 ; Price v. Phoenix, etc.. Ins. Co., 17 Minn. 497 (10 
Am. Rep. i66). 

any neighborhood or . In statute. Noe 7'. People, 39 111. 96. 

having a for which he provides. In statute. Cantrell v. Con- 
nor, 6 Daly. 224. 

maintenance of my . In will. Andrews v. Andrews, 7 Heisk. 

234. 

marry and have a . In will. Spencer v. Spencer, 1 1 Paige, 1 59. 

member of the . In statute. Brown 7/. Witt, 19 Wend. 475 : 

Mayer v. Griffin, 7 Wis. 82. 

out of the . In will. Pierson v. DeHart, 3 N. J. (L.) 481. 

person of his . In statute. Wade v. Jones, 20 Mo. 75. 

person having a . In statute. Keiffer v. Barney, 31 Ala. 192. 

FABM. In deed. Doolittle v. Blakesley, 4 Day, 265 (4 Am. Dec. 218); Auburn 

Congregational Church 7/. Walker, 124 Mass. 71. 

In plea, Wilson v. Bramhall, i Younge & J. 2. 

In statute. Finlay t/. Langston, i3 Mo. 121. 

In will. Wheeler v. Randall, 6 Mete. 532 ; Aldrich v. Gaskell, 10 
Cush. 158. 

crossing. In statute. Wheeler v. Rochester, etc., R. Co., 12 

Barb. 227. 

on which A lives. In will. Kimball v. Schoflf, 40 N. H. 190. 

homestead . Taylor v. Mixter, 1 1 Pick. 347. 

produce of a . In statute. Mayor v. Davis, 6 W. & S. 279. 

FABMEB. In statute. Queen v. Cleworth, 4 B. & S. 927. 

FABMEB8. selling the produce of their fbrms. In statute. Trustees of 

Rochester v. Pettinger, 17 Wend. 265. 



FARMING. 



134 



FELONY. 



VABJ/SXSQi. 

FARTHER. 
FAST. 

FATHER. 
FAULT. 



FAULTS. 



FAVOR. 

FEAR. 
FEE. 



FEED. 



Huboken 



FEET. 
FEIGNED. 



FELLOW. 
FELON. 
FELONIOUS. - 
FELONIOUSLY 



FELONY. 



interests. In statute. Voorhccs v. Patterson, 20 Kas. 555. 

used exoluslvely tor purposes. In statute. Gillette %<. City of 

Hartford, 31 Conn. 351. 
Ilolwood 7'. Ilolwood, 7 H. L. Cas. 728. 

estate. In will. Lewis 7/. Smith, 9 N. Y. 50a. 

train. Indianapolis, etc., R. Co. v. Peyton, 76 111. 340. 

In statute. Cotheal v. Cothea). 40 N. Y. 405- 

School District v. Boston, etc.. R. Co.. 102 Mass. 555; Chicago. 

etc., R. Co. V. Ryan, 70 III. 211 ; Whitney v. Hoardman, 118 Mass. 

242. 
In contract. London, etc., R. Co. v. (irace, 2 C. B. (N. S.) S|j5. 
In contract. Pettitt v. Mitchell, 4 Man. & G. 838. 

all . In contract. Whitney v. Boardman, 118 Mass. 242. 

with all . In contract. Smith v. Richards. 13 Pet. 26; Wood v. 

Hobbs, 2 g. B. Div. 331 ; Shepherd v. Kain, 5 B. & Aid. 240. 
in of such validity. In statute. Bridge Prop. 

Co.. I Wall. 1 16. 
Ilollingsworth v. McDonald, 2 H. & J. 230 (3 Am. Dec. 545). 
Wendell v. Crandall, i N. Y. 491 Patterson v. Ellis, 11 Wend. 259. 
In deed. Jecks v. Taussig, 45 Mo- '67; Cool v. Higgins, 23 N. J. (Eq.) 

308. 
I u plea. Jordan v. Record, 70 Me. 529. 

In statute. Den v. Clark, i N. J. (L.) 340. 

form. De Peyster v. Michael, 6 N. Y. 467. 

fbrm rent. Dc Peyster v. Michael, 6 N. Y. 467. 

simple. HaynesTA Bowen,42 Vt. 686; Brackett 7/. Redlon, 54 

Me. 426 ; Stinson v. Rouse, 52 Me. 261 ; Jecko v. Taussig, 45 Mo. 

167. 
a reasonable attorney's In statute. Draper v. Draper, 29 

Mo. 13. 

oonveyance in In decree. Smith v. Armstrong. 25 Wis. 520. 

water and take proper care of. In statute. South, etc., Ala- 
bama, etc., R. Co. V. Henlein, 52 Ala. 606. 
Jefferson Co. v. Johnson, 64 III. 149: Tillman v. Wood. 58 Ala. 578. 
In statute. Camp v. Bates, 13 Conn, i ; McPhellis v. Morrill, 66 Me. 

123. 

one thousand In contract. Brown v. Brooks, 25 Pa. St. 210. 

In statute. Howarth v. Tollemache. 4 Man. & G. 43'- 

oase. HenkinsT/. Guerss, 12 East, 247, 2 Camp. 408 ; Fletcher?/. 

Peck, 6 Cranch, 87 ; Lord?/. Veazie, 8 How. 255 ; Smith v. Junction 

R. Co., 29 Ind. 546. 

laborer. Hall v. Johnson, 3 H. & C. 590. 

editor. In libel. Leyman v. Lati ner, 3 Ex. Div. 353. 

assaulter. In statute. Com. v. Sanborn, 14 Gray, 393. 

In indictment. State v. Weldon, 70 Mo. 574 ; Wemzorpfin v. State. 

7 Blackf. 186; Carder 7/. State, 17 Ind. 307; 

H. 510; U. S. V. Forrest, 3 Cranch C. C. 60. 
In statute. Com. v. Adams, 127 Mass. 15. 
U. S. V. Staats, 8 HoV. 45 : Brugnier v. U. S.. i Dakota, 5. 
In indictment. Baker v. State. 34 Ark. 480. 



State V. Card, 34 N- 



FELONY. 



FELONY. 



135 



FIDUCIARY 



«a8. 555. 
tt« %<■ City of 



40. 

55; Chicago, 
in, 118 Mass. 

•) SliS- 

. 242. 

2() ; Wood V. 
Id. 240. 

V. Hoboken 

;45)- 
Wend. 259. 

23 N. J. (Eq.) 



V. Redlon, 54 
ussig, 45 Mo. 

V. Draper, 29 

g, 25 Wis. 520. 
uth, etc., Ala- 

58 Ala. 578. 
dorrill, 66 Me. 

25 Pa. St. 210. 

)8; Fletchers, 
ith V. Junction 



353- 
. 393- 

orpfin V. State, 
z/. Card, 34 N- 



I. 5- 



FELONY. — 



FBMAIiB. 
FHNOB. 



FEirOED. 
FERMENTED 



FEBBIAGE. 
FEBBY. 



FERRYMAN. 
FEW. 

Fiorrnous. 

FIDEI. 
FIDnCIARY. 



Continued. 
In statute. Shay v. People, 22 N. Y. 317 ; Fassettt'. Smith. 23 N. Y. 
252 ; State v. Knapp. 6 Conn. 415 (16 Am. Dec. 68); People %>. Park. 
41 N. Y. 21 ; State v. Benton, 71 Mo. 288; Rex v. Powell, 2 B. & 
Ad. 75; Campbell v. Queen. 11 Q. B. 812; Wilson v. State, 1 
Wis. 185. 

■hall be guilty of . In statute. Williams v. gueen. 7 g. B. 252. 

heirs. In statute. Beall v, Harwood, 2 H. & J. 167 (3 Am. Dec. 

532). 
Allen V. Tobias, ^^ III. 169; Goodrich v, Jones, 3 Hill, 142; Murray 

V. Van Derlyn, 24 Wis. 67. 
In deed. Scofield v, Lockwood. 35 Conn. 425. 
In statute. Com. %: King. 13 Mete. 115; Estes v. Atlantic, etc.. R. Co., 

63 Me. 308; Munson v. Town of Derby. 37 Conn. 310. 

or hedge. In statute. Merivale v. Trustees, 9 B. & S. 73. 

pole. Baker v. Hope. 49 Cal. 598. 

running into the water. In statute. Lamb v. Hicks. 1 1 Mctc. 

496. 

water . In statute. Lamb r. Hicks. 11 Mete. 496. 

In statute. Ellis v, Amison. i B. A C. 71. 

drinks. In statute. State v. Lemp. 16 Mo. 389. 

or distilled liquor. In statute. Beach v. State, 8 Mo. 497. 

liquor. In statute. U. S. %>. Dooley. 21 Int. Rev. Rec. 115. 

ale, strong beer or beer. Nevin v. Ladue. 3 Denio. 437. 

People V. R. Co.. 35 Cal (.ydCt. 

Chapelle V. Wells, 4 Mart. (N. S.) 426: State v. Hudson Co., 3 Zabr. 

206; Stater. Wilson. 42 Me. 9; Att'y-Gen. v. Boston. 123 Mass. 

460; Hartford Bridge Co. v. Ferry Co., 29 Conn. 221 ; Aikin v. 

Western R. Co., 30 Barb. 305, 20 N. Y. 370 ; Att'y-Gen. v. Boston, 

123 Mass. 460; Alexandria, etc.. Ferry Co. v. Wisch, 73 Mo. 656. 
In statute. State v. Hudson, 23 N. J. (L.) 206 ; Parrot v. City of Law- 
rence, 2 Dillon, 332 ; Mayor v. New England Trans. Co., 14 Blatchf. 

165 ; Parrott v. City of Lawrence, 2 Dill. 332. 
In statute. Clarke v. State, 2 McCord, 47 (13 Am. Dec. 47). 
copies. In contract. Myers v. Gross, 59 III. 436. 

suit. Henkinsz/. Guerss. 12 East. 24;, .2 Camp. 408; Fletcher 

V Peck, 6 Cranch. 87 ; Lord v. Veazie, 8 How, 255 ; Smith v. 
Junction R. Co., 29 Ind. 546. 

oommissum. in constitution. Ducloslange v. Ross, 3 La. Ann. 

432 ; Gaines v. Chew, 2 How 6r9. 

capacity. In statute. Cjuv .ru,m v. Forsyth, 2 How. 202 ; Prouty 

V. Swift. 51 N. Y. 594; Roberts z/. Prosser, 53 N. Y. 260; Treadwell 
V. Holloway. 46 Cal. 547 ; Flagg v. Ely, i Edm. 206 ; Commercial 
Bk.t/. Buckner, 2 La. Ann. 1023; Stoll v. King. 8 How. Pr. 29b; 
Sutton V. De Camp, 4 Abb. Pr.(N. S.) 483; Republic of Mexico v. 
Anangoiz, 5 Duer, 634; Holbrook v. Horner, 6 How. Pr. 86; 
Shudders. Schiels, 17 How. Pr. 420; Turner 7/. Thompson, 2 Abb. 
Pr. 444; Ostell V. Burgh, 24rfIow. Pr. 274; Chaine v. Coffin. 17 
Abb. Pr. 441; Argus v. Dunscomb, 8 How. Pr. 14; Wolfe v, 
Brower, 5 Robt. 601 ; Noble v. Prescott. 4 E. D. Smith, 139 ; Buss- 
ing V. Thompson, 15 How. Pr. 97; McBurney t/. Martin, 6 Robt. 



iMiaiiii 



136 




FINAL. 



FIELD. 



FIELDS. 

FIGHT. 

FILE. 



PIX^ED* 



FILL. 
FILLED. 

FILTH. 
FINAL. 



■ ""To^' ; "ctrk .. Pickney. ,0 Barb. ,.6 ; Marris . InRram. ,3 Ch. Div 
339; Morse v. City of Lowell.) Mete. .52; Hayn.an v. Pond. 7 
Mete. 329. 

character. In statute. Jones v. Knox. 4^ Ala. 53 : VVoolscy v. 

C.rie c;i Ala 379; VVoodwarfl 7'. Towne, 127 Mass. 41 ; Amo8k.M« 
ManufK Co. /Barnes. 49 N. II. 3-2 ; Hardenbrook v. Collson. .4 
Hun 475: Lemcke v. B<K)tiM7 Mo. S?} (4 Am. Rep. 326); BanmnR 
'. Bleakley. ^l La. Ann. =57 (2. Auk Rep. 554); ""^^^ ;'±}^;, 
man ^ Lans. 155; re Seymour, 1 Ben.? re K.mball, 6 Blattl.l. 
;. ;• DesoSry ."iete. 3. La Ann. 809 (3 «ep. 332); Johns .. 

Russell. 44 Ga. 460; Curtis 7-. WarinR, 92 .... St. 104; Kaufman 7. 
Alexande"?. 53 T-. 562; Barbor .. Sterling 68 N. Y^273 : Grove- 
Clinton. 8 Bank. Rep. 3.2; Owsley 7-. Cohen .5 B..nk. Reg^ 489 . 
Keime v. Graff, .7 Bank. Reg. 3>9; Neal v. Clark 95 U. S. 704. re 
Smith. .8 Bank. Reg. 24 ; Joekirseh v. Tousey. 5. Tex. .29 ; Heffren 
7. Jayne.39 lnd.463(i3 Am. Rep. 28,); Flanagan -'--''>. ^^ 
Te.x. .(.9 Am. Rep. 40); Cronan v. Cotting. .04 Mass. ^45 (6 A "• 
Rep 232); Green v. Chilton. 57 Miss. 598 (34 Am. Rep. 483): "en- 
nequin ,'. Clews. 76 N.Y. 427 (33 Am. Rep. 64.); Harvey v. Devcrcux 
72 N. Y. 463. 

State 7'. McMinn. 81 N. C. 585. 

In statute. Com. v. Sampson. 97 Mass. 407 : Com. v. Josselyn, 97 
Mass. 411. 

in the In statute. Sargent 7'. Ludlow. 42 Vt. 726. 

and fenced lands. Indeed. Hearst Pujal. 44 Cal. 230. 

State V. Gladden, 73 N. C. 15°; 

In pleading. Hunter t/. Caldwell. 10 Q. L. 

In statute. Oats v Wells. 28 Ark. 245 : Erwin v. McGuire. 44 Ala. 505: 

Gorhani v. Summers. 25 Minn. 81. 
In statute. Jolmson .. Hodges. 65 Mo. 589 = Engelman 7. State 2 

Ind.91 ; Fulkersonr/. Houts. 55 Mo. 301: KmgT/. Wade, i B. & Ad 

873 Pfuman v. Henkel. . Bradw. .45; Reed - Acton 120 Ma . 

,30' Ware 7/. Johnson, 66 Mo. 661 ; Gorham 7/. Summers. 25 M.nn. .8. 

in open court. In indictment. McKenzie v. State, 24 Ark. 637. 

among the /« return to writ. Thompson v. Washoe Co., 7 

Lams7n '.'f.IIs. 6 Ind. 309 ; Finders v. Ye-ge^ 29 Iowa 368 ; Bishop 

„ Cpok. 13 Barb. 326 : Naylor 7/. Moody. 2 Blackf. 247. 
— or registration. In statute. Re Butlin. L. R., 8 Ch. App. 722. 

a prescription. Ray v. Jones, 61 Ga. 505 

frame house in with brick. In insurance policy. Fowler 7/. 

^tna Ins. Co.. 6 Cow. 673 (>6 Am. Dec. 460). 
Jn statute. Reg. v. Wood, 5 El. & Bl. 55. 
In statute. Reg. 7/. Hunt, 6 El. & Bl. 412. 

and conclusive. In statute. Re Mayor of New York. 49 N. 

Y 150- re Houghton. 42 Cal. 37 : State v. Shields. 49 Md. 304. 

and without exception or appeal. In agreement. Williams 

V. Danziger, 91 ^a. St. 232. 

disposition. In statute. Ex parte Russell. 13 Wall. 664; re 

Brightman, 14 Blatchf. 130. 
decree. In bond Jordan v. Agawam Woolen Co.. 106 Mass. 57 • • 



.>1«WMM«RWfi 



FINAL. 




am. 13 Ch. Div. 
lan V. Pond, 7 

53 ; Woolscy v. 
41 ; AmoskfiiK 
k V. Collson. 24 
). 326); Banning 
lilakcr v. C'liap- 
nball, 6 Blatchf. 
, 332); Johns V. 
04 ; Kaufman v. 
'. 273 ; Grover?'. 
Bank. Reg. 489 : 
95 U. s. 704; ^^ 

EX. 129; Heffren 
n 1'. Pearson, 4- 
Vlass. 245 (6 Am. 
Rep. 483); Hcn- 
vey V. Devcicux 



. V. Josselyn. 97 

726. 

44 Cal. 230. 



juire, 44 Ala. 505; 

ilman v. State, 2 
Wade, I B. & Ad. 
Acton, 120 Mass. 
imers,25Minn. 18. 
State, 24 Ark. 637. 
V. Washoe Co., 7 

Iowa, 368; Bishop 

f. 247. 

I., 8 Ch. App. 722. 

JioUcjf. Fowler v. 



New York. 49 N. 
Is, 49 Md. 304. 
reement. Williams 

13 Wall. 664: re 

I Co., 106 Mass. 57 «. 



J'/NAL 



YOSOlL 



137 



F/N. 



FINALLY. 
FIND. 
FENDER. 
FINE. 



Continued. 

In statute. Hatchett v. Milner. 44 Ala. 224; Carswell 7: Spencer, 44 
Ala. 2Q5 ; Butts V. Davis, r (".il. 134; Hallock -i: Jaudoii, 34 Cal 167; 
Strickler v. Tracy, 66 Mo. 465, VVood v. Corman, ^h Ala 283; Bon- 
durant v. Apperson, 4 Mete. (Ky.) 30 ; Kehot* ,-/. Blonthen, 10 Nov 
44S; Birry?'. Briggs. 22 Mich. 201; Kelly 7-. Stanberry, 13 Ohio, 421. 

judgment. //• sta/Ht,: Witlenhury v. U. S., 6 Wall. 819; 

Moses V. Mayor, 15 Wall. 387; Mfwre v. Robbins, 18 Wall. 
588; The Lucille, 19 Wall. 73; Thomson 7'. Dc.n., 7 Wall. 342; 
Railroad Co. v, Soutter. 2 Wall. 440; Humiston v. Stainthorp, 
2 Wall. 106. Amos t. Smith. 16 Peters. 303; Dc Krafft 7'. Barney, 

2 Black, 712; Holmes v. Tennison, 13 Peters, 540; Weston v. City 
Council, 3 Peters, 419; Houston v. Moore. 3 Wheat. 433; O'Dowd 
V. Russell, 14 Wall. 402 ; Wells v. McGregor. 13 Wall. 188; Rankin 
V. State. II Wall. 380; Mann?'. Lally. 17 Wall. 14; Ayrcs 7'. Carver. 
17 How. 591 ; Wheeler?'. Haines. 13 Wall. 51 ; Atherton ?', Fowler. 
I Otto. 145; Bronson v. La Crosse R. Co., i Wall. 405; Railroad 
Co. f. Swasey, 23 Wall. 405; St. Clair Co. v. Lovington, 18 Wall. 
628; Hall V. Vanier. 7 Neb. 397 ; Shegogg v. Perkins, 34 Ark. 117 ; 
Bradford v. Bradley, 37 Ala. 453 ; Tabor v. Lawrence. 53 Ala. 543 ; 
Wallace w. Middlebrook. 28 Conn. 464; Phelps 7/. Pease. 39 Cal. 
582; Collins?/. Wagoner. 20 Wis. 48; Barfield v. Impson. 2 Miss. 
326; Porter w. U. S., 2 F^aine, 315; Scott?'. Hore, i Hughes, 164. 

determination of the rights of the parties. In statute. 

Swarthont ?'. Curtis, 4 N. Y. 415. 

disposition of the cause. In statute. Re Brightman. 14 Blatchf. 

130. 

dividend. In statute. Jackson v, Magee, 3 Q. B. 47. 

. hearing. In statute. Osborn v, Osborn, 5 Fed. Rep. 389. 

hearing or triaL In statute. Akerly 7a Vilas. 2 Biss. 1 10 ; 24 

Wis. 165; I Dill. 463, 355. 357; Vannevar v. Bryant, 21 Wall. 41 ; 

Ins. Ca V. Dunn, 19 Wall. 214; Bryant v. Rich, 106 Mass. 193; 

Beeny?'. Irick, 22Gratt, 484; Minuett v. Milwaukee, etc., R. Co., 

3 Dill. 460. 

passage. In constitution. State v. Buckley, 54 Ala. 612. 

port of discharge. In contract. U. S. v. Barker. 5 Mason, 404. 

• process. In statute. Amis v. Smith, 16 Peters, 303. 

order. 7 Busl, 625; Railroad Co.?/. Punnett, 18 B. Mon. 48 ; 

Turner v. Browder, 18 B. Mon. 826 ; Applegate v. Applegate, 4 
Mete. 236 ; Helm v. Stout, 7 Bush, 625 ; Bondurant v. Apperson, 4 
Mete. 32. 

order affecting a substantial right. In statute. Ballston Spa 

Bk. V. Marine Bk., 18 Wis. 491 ; re Fleming's Petition, 16 Wis. 70: 
Collins V. Case, 25 Wis. 653. 

recovery. In statute. Jannes v. Pangborn, 6 Allen, 243 ; Fisk 

V. Gray, 100 Mass. 191. 

decision shall be . In constitution. McGee v. Mathis, 21 Ark. 41. 

recover. In statute. Fisk v. Gray, 100 Mass. 193. 

to help. In contract. Ladd v. Patten, 66 Me. 97. 

In offer of reward. Kincaid v. Eaton, 98 Mass. 139. 

McGregor v. Comstock, 17 N. Y. 162 ; De Peyster v. Michael, 6 N. 
Y. 467; Hanscomb v. Russel, 1 1 Gray, 373 ; Fein v. U. S., i Wyom- 
ing, 247. 



18 



FINE. 

FINE — Continued. 

In contract. 



138 




FINES. 

FINISHED. 

FINISHINQ. 

FIBE. 



, 6 Oregon, 469; 



Fed. 



Laubenheimer v. Mann, 19 Wis. 520. 

day. Andrew v. Whitlock, 52 N. Y. 40. 

penalty or forfeitviro. In statute. Ison, . 

Common Council w. Fairchild, I Ind. 315. 

In statute. U. S. v. Simms, i Cranch, 252. 

penalties or forfeitures. In statute. Re Brittingham. 5 

Rep. 19'- 
In contract. Hyannis Savings Bank v. Moors. 120 Mass. 459- 

when house is . In order. Robbins v. Blodgett, .2. Mass. 279. 

In statute. Hardcastle v. Jones, 3 B. & S. 160. 

works. In statute. Howarth v. Coles, 12 C. B. (N. S.) i39- 

In lull of lading. New Orleans, etc.. Ins Co. .. R. Co - Jj^- Ann 
302: Levy ^. Pontchartrain R. Co.. 23 La. Ann. 477 : ^ ^'^'^ ^o. v 
Central R. Co., 3 Wall. .07 ; Michigan, etc., R. Co. - H-ton 37 
Ind. 148 ; Grey v. Mobile Trade Co.. 55 A.a. 387 I Bank of Ken- 
Lcky t. Adams- Ex. Co., 93 U. S. .74; Erie R. Co. .. Lockwood. 
28 Ohio St. 358; Condlct V. Grand Trunk R. Co.. 54 N. Y. 500. 
Lamb .. Cam'den. etc.. R. Co., 46 N. Y. 27. ; S^dman .. Western 
Trans. Co.. 48 Barb. 97 ; The City of Norwich. 3 Ben. 575 I Swmdler 
V. Hilliard. 2 Rich. (S. C.) 216. 
In insurance policy. Everett v. London Assurance. '9 C. B. (N. b.) 
,27; Austin .. Drewe, 6 Taunt. 436" Holt's N P. .26; Busk .. Ass. 
Co 2 B & Aid. 80; Waters v. Merchants Ins. Co., 11 Pel. 213. 
Gordon .. Remmington, . Camp. .23; Brady v. North-western Ins. 
Co II Mich. 425: Kenniston v. Merimac Ins. Co., '4 N. ti. j4i . 
Bibcock .. Montgomery Co. Ins. Co.. 4 NY. 3^6 ; Scr.pture .. 
Lowell, etc.. Ins. Co.. 10 Cush. 356; Greenwald ^ Ins. Co., 3 Ph'la 
323 ; Hayward v. Liverpool, etc., Ins. Co., 2 Abb App. Dec^349 . 
City Fire Ins. Co. v. Codies, 21 Wend. 367 ; Marsden v. Ins. Co., i 

Harr.&Ruth. 53- . , j. r \ 
and all other unavoidable accidents. In bill of lading, coi- 

ton V. Cleveland, etc., R. Co.. 67 Pa. St. 21 1. „ „ ^ 
and ooUisions on the lakes and rivers and on the WeUand 

canal. In bill of lading. Barter v. Wheeler, 49 N. H. 9- 
by lightning. In insurance policy. Babcock v. Montgomery 

etc., Ins. Co., 6 Barb. 637 ; 4 N. Y. yif>. 
dangers of the river and In bill of lading. Grey ... Mob.le 

Trade Co., 55 Ala. 387. m v 

loss by . In bill of lading. Steinweg v. Erie R. R., 43 N. V . 1 23. 

In insurance policy. Ins. Co. v. Trans. Co.. 12 Wall. .94: Washburn 

V. Farmers' Ins. Co., 2 Fed. Rep. 304- 



FIBE- ABM. 

FIBE-PBOOP. 

FIBE-WOBKS. 



FIBINQ. 
FIBM. 
FIBMLY. 
FIBST. 



In statute. Atwood v. State, 53 Ala. 509: Evins v. State. 46 Ala. 88. 

cotton warehouse. In deed. Vaughan v. Matlock. 23 Ark. 10. 

In insurance policy. Jones v. Firemen's Fund Ins. Co., 51 N. Y. 318; 
Steinbach v. Lafayette Ins. Co.. 54 N. Y. 90- 
In statute. Bliss v. Lilley, 3 B. & S. 129. 
In indictment. Shepherd v. State. 54 I"d. 25. 
Ryder %>. Wilcox, 103 Mass. 29. 
believes. In statute. Thompson v. Whitee, 4 S. & R. 137- 

State V. Treasurer, 41 Mo. 17. 



r --: . - " v / J ia fetifflte-i'SWttA'H.. ' 




I Oregon, 469; 



igham, 5 Fed. 

s. 459- 
121 Mass. 279. 

(N. S.) 139- 
o., 20 La. Ann. 
1 ; York Co. V. 
. V. Heaton, 37 
Bank of Ken- 
. V. Lockwood, 
, 54N. Y. 500; 
nan v. Western 
, 575 ; Swindler 

9 C. B. (N. S.) 
[6; Busk V. Ass. 
o., II Pel. 213; 
:th-western Ins. 
, 14 N. H. 341 : 
!6; Scripture v. 
is. Co., 3 Phila. 
App. Dec. 349; 
jn V. Ins. Co., i 

of lading. Col- 
li the Welland 

N. H. 9- 
V. Montgomery 

Grey v. Mobile 

R., 43 N. Y. 123. 
194; Washburn 

:ate, 46 Ala. 88. 
tlock, 23 Ark. 10. 
Co., 51N. Y.318: 



S. & R. 137- 



FlUST. 



139 



FIXED. 



FISCAL. 



FISH. 



FISHERY. 



FisHnra. 



FIT. 



FITTmO. 
FIVE. 

FIX. 

FIXED. 



FmST— Continued. 

In statute. Att'y-Gen. v. Sefton, n H. L. Cas. 257; 3 M. & C. 1024. 
In will. Everett v. Carr, 59 Me. 325, 

boat. Johnson v. Chambers, 12 Ind. 112. 

cousins. Inwill. Re Parker, 14 Ch. Div. 529. 

day of the term. In statute. Re Burt, 5 R & C. 669. 

draw. In contract. Trimble z/. Lord, 5 Dana, 518. 

had and obtained. In statute. Com. t/. Camac, i S. & R. 89. 

inventor. Stead 7/. Williams. 7 Man. & G. 837. 

; . male heir. In will. Winter v. Perratt, 5 B. & C. 59 ; 6 M. & 

G. 379. 

privilege. Indeed. Happood 7/. Brown, 102 Mass. 451. 

son. Inwill. Parker w.Tootal, II H. L. Cas. 143. 

term. In statute. Higley v. Burrow, 49 Mo. 103 ; John v. State, 

I Head, 49. 

tried. In statute. Merchants' Bk. v. Wheeler, 13 Blatchf. 218; 

Warner v. Pennsylvania R. Co., 13 Blatchf. 231 ; Scott v. Clinton, 

etc., R. Co., 6 Biss. 529. 

In statute. Folger v. U. S., 13 Ct. of CI. 93. 

agent. In statute. State v. Dubuclet, 27 La. Ann. 29. 

In statute. Casvrell v. Johnson, 58 Me. 164. 

known as river fish. In statute. Woodhouse v. Etheredge, L. 

R., 6 C. P. 570. 

sea . In statute. Bridger v. Richardson, 8 B. & C. 568. 

Huntw. Hill, I Whart. 431; Tinicum Fishing Co. v. Carter, 61 Pa. 
St. 39; Cobb V. Davenport, 33 N. J. (L.) 223. 

In statute. Hodgson v. Little, 14 C. B. (N. S.) 120; 16 C. B. (N. S.) 
207. 

mill dam. In statute. Garnett v. Backhouse, L. R., 3 Q. B. 30. 

place. In statute. Bennett v. Boggs, Bald. C. C. 60; Hunt r/. 

Hunt, I Whart. 131. 

and proper regiOations. In statute. De Forest v, Redfield, 4 

Blatchf. 483. 

for distillation. In statute. U. S. v. Prussing, 2 Biss. 344. 

out. In statute. Att'y-Gen. v. Silleen, 2 H. & C. 623. 

any sum which they think . in statute. Baxendale v. Great 

Western R Co. 14 C. B. (N. S.) 24. 

on such conditions as may seem . In statute. Watson's Case, 

9 Ad. & El. 783. 

WP the premises. In contract. Pratt v. Paine, 1 19 Mass. 439. 

days before the return day. In statute. O'Connor v. 

Towns, I Texas, 107. 

■ the compensation. In constitution. Cricket v. State, 18 Ohio 



St. 9. 

and appointed. In statute. Hungerford Market i/. City Steam- 
boat, 3 El. & El. 373. 

engine. In statute. Gore v. Comm'rs, L. R., 6 Q. B. 561. 

— — Aimiture. In will. Buck v Dawsoni 2 Ad. & Ell. 40. 




■.l -J -S.'-i 



^»<l-»i ■< » ■■»■■ '■— -- 



FIXED. 



140 



FOR. 



Alvord Carriage Manf. Co. v. 



In note, Durnford v. Patter- 



FIXED — Continued. 

maohinery. In corweyance. 

Gleason, 36 Conn. 86. 

on the first day of May next - 
son, 7 Mart. 460 (12 Am. Dec. 514). 
PIXTURB. Sheen v. Ricltie, 5 M. & W. 175: Dudley v. Warde, Amb. 113; Elwes 

V. Mawe, 3 East, 38 ; Marshall v. Lloyd, 2 M. & VV. 450; Hallen v. 
Runder, i Cr. M. & R. 266 ; Elliott v. Bishop, ic Ex. 508; Winslow 
V. Merchants' Ins. Co., 4 Mete. 314; Ashman v. Williams, 8 Pick. 
402 ; McCrea v. Central Nat. B'Cee N. Y. 489 ; Potter 7/. Cromwell, 
40 N. Y. 287 ; Vorhees v. McGinnis, 48 N. Y. 278 ; Tiflft v. Horton, 
53 N. Y. 377 ; Walker v. Sherman, 20 Wend. 636 ; Farrar v, Chauf- 
fette, 5 Denio, 527 ; Providence Gas Co. v. Thurber, 2 R. I. 22 ; 
Teaff ?/. Hewitt, I Ohio St. 511; Prescott v. Wells, 3 Nev. 82; 
Pickerell r/. Carson, 8 Iowa, 544; State z/. Bonham, 18 Ind. 231; 
Cafen 7/. Peckham, 35 Conn. 88; Russell z/. Richards, 10 Me. 429; 
Miller v. Plumb, 6 Cow. 665 (16 Am. Dec. 457); Gray v. Holdship, 
17 S. & R. 413 (17 Am. Dec. 680); Merritt v. Judd, 14 Cal. 59; Win- 
slow 7'. Merchants' Ins. Co., 4 Mete. 306 • Brown v. Lillie, 6 
Nev. 244; Prescott v. Wells, 3 Nev. 82. 
FIXTUBES. In deed. Wiltshear v. Cottrell, i El. & Bl. 675. 

In statute. Baldwin v. Merrick, i Mo. (App.) 281. 

In will. Birch v. Dawson, 2 Ad. & Ell. 40. 

belonging to the flilling mill and the carding machine. 

In agreement. Martin v. Cape, 28 N. Y. 180. 

for manuflujturing purposes. In statute. Coddington v. 

Bebee, 5 Dutch. 550. 

or erections used for the purposes of trade. In statute. 

Flanders v. Wood, 24 Wis. 571. 

In statute. Stannard v. Hubbard, 34 Conn. 370. 

Doane 7/, Wilcutt, 5 Gray, 335; Jones v. Janney, 8 W. & S. 442. 

from justice. In statute. State v. Washburn, 48 Mo. 740. 

from j\i8tice. In statute. U. S. v. O'Brian, 3 Dill. 381 ; (J. S. 



PLAT. 
FLATS. 

FLEETNO. 

FLOATINO. 

FLOOB. 

FLOOBCLOTn. 
FLOTSAM. 

FLOWING. 

FLUID. 

FODDEB. 

FOLLOW. 

FOM.OWINO. 

FOOT. 



V. Smith, 4 Day, I2i. 

debt. In statute. People v. Wood, 71 N. Y. 371 ; Cooke v. 

Saratoga Springs, 23 Hun, 55. 
each . In insurance policy. New York Belting Co. ?/. Washing- 
ton Fire Ins. Co., 10 Biosw. 428. 
— canvas. In statute. Aithurr/. Cumming, i Otto, 362. 
/// statute. Palmer v. Rouse, 3 Hurl. & N. 507 ; Legge v. Boyd, i C. 

B.93. 
lands. 



FOB 



In statute. Call %>. Middlesex Comm'rs, 2 Gray, 235. 
Sickels V. Youngs, 3 Blatchf. 301. 

for cattle. In statute. 3 El. & El. 238. 

the event. v» :Utute. Parsons v. Tinkling, 2 C. P. Div. 1 19. 

In statute. State v. Warner, 34 Conn. 276. 

and end. Hunt v. Hunt, L. R., i P. & D. 209. 

of the mountain. In deed. Williston v. Morse, 10 Mete. 26. 

Stead V. Carey, i C. B. 510; Barlow v. Lee Congregational Soc, 8 
Allen, 463. 

In contract. Ready v. Sommer, 37 Wis. 265. 



' - ! ki>. ■ j a iiww araea 




Manf. Co 



ford V. Patter- 
lb. 113; Elwes 
450 ; Hallen v. 
. 508; Winslow 
illiams, 8 Pick. 
srv. Cromwell, 
ifft V. Horton, 
irrar v. Chauf- 
»er, 2 R. I. 22 ; 
Is, 3 Nev. 82 ; 
1, 18 Ind. 231 ; 
is, 10 Me. 429; 
ly V. Holdship, 
|Cal. 59; Win- 
'n V. Lillie, 6 



Ling machine. 

Coddington v. 

bde. In statute. 

. & S. 442. 
8 Mo. 240. 
Dill. 381 ; U. S. 

, 371 ; Cooke v. 

Co. V. Washing- 

)tto. 362. 

ge V. Boyd, i C. 

, 2 Gray. 235. 
C. P. Div. 1 19- 
le, 10 Mete. 26. 



regational See, 8 



/ro/i. 



141 



FOREIGN. 



FOB — Continued. 

at least thirty days. In statute. VVhitaker v. Beach, 1 2 Kas. 

492. 

aooountof. In receipt. McKinstry i'. Pearsall, 3 Johns. 319. 

oolleotion. Bradstreeti/. Everson, 72 Pa. St. 124; LowellWire 

Fence Co. v. Sargent, 8 Allen, 192. 
giving. In statute. Lord Huntingtower v. Gardiner, i B. & C. 

300. 

hire or gain. In statute. Queen v. Tibbie, 4 El. & Bl. 888. 

his master. In statute. Queen v. Cullen, L. R., 2 C. C. R. 29. 

the largest sum that we can reasonably obtain. Adams %>. 

Foster, 5 Cusfi. 1 56. 

the piirpose of sale. Com. v. Raymond, 97 Mass. 567. 

the time being. In statute. Groves v. Colby, 9 Ad. & Ell. 356. 

the use of. Stockbridge Iron Co. v. Hudson Iron Co., 107 Mass. 

324. 
FOBBEABANCE. In statute. Dry Dock Bk. w. Am. Life Ins. Co., 3 N. Y. 344; 

Henry v. Thompson, Minor, 209. 

FOBOE. by . In indictment. State v. Blake, 39 Me. 322. 

by of. In contract. Fisher v. Hope, etc., Ins. Co., 40 N. Y. (S. 

C.) 291. 
sale. Peterson v. Hornblower, 33 Cal. 226 ; Patterson v. Tay- 



FOBCED. 



FOBCIBIiE. 



lor, 15 Fla. 336; Lanahan v. Sears, 12 Otto, 319. 
entry. Jarvis v. Hamilton, 16 Wis. 577 ; Bradley v. Iron Works, 




38 Cal. 676 ; Evill v. Connell, 2 Blackf. 133 (18 Am. Dec. 138); State 
V. Bennett, Harp. (Law) 503 (18 Am. Dec. 663) ; Smith v. Laffery, 
27 Ark. 46 ; Burt v. State, 2 Tread. Consist. 489 ; Huflaker v. Bor- 
ing, 8 Ala. 87 ; Harrow v. Baker, 2 Greene, 201. 
FOBCIBLY. In plea. Wilcox v. Conway, 115 Mass. 561. 

In statute. U. S. v. Gordon, 5 Blatchf. 25. 

break and enter. In statute. Tucker v. State, 18 Ohio, 308. 

pass. In statute. Camden Co. v. Fowler, 4 Zab. 205. 

resist. In statute. U. S. v. Batchelder, 2 Gall. 15. 

FOBECLOSUBE. Jennings v. McKay. 19 Kas. 120; Goodman v. White, 26 Conn. 
322 ; Puffer v. Clark, 7 Allen, 85. 

proceedings. In policy of insurance. Colt f. Phoenix Fire Ins. 

Co., 54 N. Y. 595. 
FOBEia-lT. bills. In note. Jones v. Fales, 4 Mass. 245. 

bills of lading. In statute. Buckner v. Finley, 2 Peters, 586. 

bonds. In will. Hull v. Hull, 4 Ch. Div. 97. 

citizens. /« constitution. Karraho v. Adams, i Dill. 344. 

corporation. In statute. Conn. Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Albert. 39 

Mo. 181 ; Bk. of Louisville v. Young, 37 Mo. 398 ; Baley v. Ohio, 
etc., Ins. Co., 12 Ohio St. 139; Oliver v. Liverpool, etc., Ins. Co., 
100 Mass. 531. 

dominion. In statute. Ex parte Brown, 5 B. & S. 281. 

fishing. In statute. U. S. 7/. Burdett, 2 Sumn. 336. 

government. Caddett v. Earl, 5 Ch. Div. 7". 

paupers. Opinion of the Judges, i Mete. 572. 




FOREIGN. 

FOREIGN — Continued. 
- port. 



142 



FORM 



King V. Parks, 19 Johns. 375 : The Ehza. 2 Gall. 4: The 
Lulu. I Abb. U. S. 191 ; lo Wall 192; Negus z/. Simpson, 99 M»ss- 



■ \ 



FOREIQNEB 
FOBEVEB. 



FORFEIT. 



388: The Sarah J. Weed. 2 Low. 535 : The John Martin, 2 Abb. U 

S. 172. 

states. In constitution. Cherokee Nation v. State. 5 Peters, i. 

._ vesseL In statute. The Catherine v. U. S.. 7 branch 349: The 
Sally. I Gall. 58: Fox v. The Lodemia. Crabbe. 271 : The Mary 
Merritt. 2 Biss. 381. 

voyage. In statute. The Lark, i Gall. 55 : The Three Brothers. 

, Gall!T42: Taber v. U.S., . Story. . : The Ocean Sp.ay.4 Saw- 
yer. 109. 
In statute. Spratt v. Spratt, i Peters. 349- 
Sawyer v. Arnold, i La. Ann. 815. 

In deed. Dennis v. Wilson, .07 Mass. 591 : Clap v. Draper, 4 Mass. 266. 
In statute. Casey v. Hamed. 5 Iowa. i. 
In will. Vernon v. Wright, 7 H. L. Cas. 35. 

In contract. Betts v. Burch. 4 Hurl. & N. 519: Taylor ^Marcella . 
Woods. 302; Esmond v. Van Benschoten, 12 Barb. 366: Richards 
V. Edict, 17 Barb. 260; Salteis v. Rolph. 15 Abb. Pr. 273. 
* In statute. Dimes v. Canal Co., 9 Q- B. 49' : Day v. Frank. 127 Mass. 
497; Lynde z/.. Thompson, 2 Allen. 456. 

shaU In statute U. S. t/. Distillery, n Blatchf. 255. 

FORFEITED. In statute. Walter v. Smith. 5 B. & Aid. 440. 

absolutely In statute. Van Diemen's Land Co. v. Cockerell. 

I C. B. (N. S.) 744- 
FORFEITURE. U. S. v. Ulrici. 3 Dill. 532 : Wakefield v. Johnson. 26 Ark. 506. 
In contract. Stearns v. Barrett, i Pick. 443 (n Am. Dec. 223). 
In statute. Howe 7/. Taylor, 6 Oregon, 284. 
State V. McKenzie, 42 Me. 392. 

In indictment. U. S. v. Watkins. 3 Cranch C. C. 496. 
In statute. Queen v. Ritson, L. R.. i C. C. R. 203. 
Reg. V. Epps. 4 F. & F. 8. : Reg. v. Ritson. L. R. . C. C R. ^oo ; Reg. 
I. Closs. Dears. & B. 460 : Reg. v. Hodgson, Dears & B. 3 : Reg- 1'- 
Chadwick.4 M.& Rob. 545: Reg- v. Collins. 2 M. & Job. 545 • 
Com. V. Sankey, 22 Pa. St. 390: Hill v. State . Yerg^ 76 ; Reg- v 
Richards. Russ. & Ry. 193: Reg- v. Smith. 8 Cox C. C. 3^: Reg- ^. 
Moody, 9 Cox C. C. 166; Barnum v. State. 15 Ohio 717 : State 7. 
Kimbalf 50 Me. 4.. ; Com. v. Chandler. Thach. C. C. ,87; Van 
Horn ..State. 5 P'ke. 349 = re Windsor. 6 B. & S. 5« : People .. 
Ah Knoo, 28 Cal. 205 ; People v. Fitch, . Wend .98 (19 Am. Dec. 
477): Reinhartz'. State, 53 Ala. 467 ; Jones v. State. 50 A>«. j6' • 
Arnold 7.. Cost, 3 Gill. & J.2.9(" Am. Dec. 302) ; Com. .^ Bald- 
win, .. Gray. .97; Mann v. People. .5 Hun. .55 :btate- Young. 
46 N. H. 266 ; State v. Phelps. 1 1 Vt. 1 16 (34 Am. Dec. 672). 
In treaty. Re Windsor. 6 B. & S. 522. 
Moorman v. Hoge, 2 Sawyer. 86. 

of the pavement. In statute. Reg. v. Eastern R. Co.. 2 Q. B. 577- 

in the prescribed. In statute. Keniston v. Chesley, 52 N. H. 

564. 
matter of In statute. U. S. v. Tuska, 14 Blatchf. 5. 




FORGE. 



FORGERY. 



FORM. 



FORM. 



Gall. 4: The 
Dn, 99 Mass. 
n, 2 Abb. U. 

5 Peters, i. 

ich. 349; The 
I ; The Mary 

ree Brothers, 
spiay, 4 Saw- 



r, 4 Mass. 266. 

V. Marcella, i 
366; Richards 

273- 

ank, 127 Mass. 

D. V. Cockerell, 

Ark. 506. 
ec. 223). 



rORMAL. 



143 



FOURTEEN. 



Z. R. 206; Reg. 
& B. 3 ; Reg. v. 
[. & Rob. 545; 
rg. 76 : Reg. V. 
. C. 32 ; Reg. V. 
), 717: States. 
C. C. 187; Van 
522; People V. 
»8 (19 Am. Dec. 
e, 50 Aui. 161 , 
; Com. V. Bald- 
State V. Young, 
)ec. 672). 



Co.. 2 Q. B. 577- 
hesley, 52 N. H. 



FORSWORN. 
FORTHWITH. 



FORMAL. defect. In statutf. Sill v. yueen, i El. & Bl. 554. 

FORMALITIES, same . In statute. Remington v. Peckham, 10 R. I. 450. 

FORMALLY. In statute. Clarke v. Cochran, 3 Mart. (La.) 361. . 

FORMER. dealings. Lyon v. Johnson, 28 Conn. 2. 

FORMS. In statute. Koning v. Bayard, 2 Paine, 259. 

FORNICATION, Hood v. State, 56Ind. 263; Buchanan v. State, 55 Ala. 175; Terri- 
tory V. Whitcomb, i Montan.!, 359; Com. v. Call, 21 Pick. 509; 
State V. Lash, i Harris (N. J.), 380 (32 Am. Dec. 396). 
In slander. Tomlinson 7a Brattlebank, 4 B. & Ad. 632. 
Thomas v. Noakes, L. R., 6 Eq. Cas. 521 ; Moffett v. Dickson, 3 Col. 

3'3- 
In award. Boyes v. Bluck, 13 C. B. 652. 

In contract. Roberts z/. Brett, 11 H. L. Cas. 339; 20 C. B.(N. S.) 160; 
18 C. B. 574. 

In bond. Bamforth v. Raddin, 14 Allen, 66. 

In insurance policy. PhilMps v. Protection Ins. Co., 14 Mo. 167 ; Ed- 
wards V. Lycoming Ins. Co., 75 Pa. St. 378; Bennett v. Lycoming 
Ins. Co., 67 N. Y. 274. 

In statute. Burgess %<. Boetefleur, 7 M. h G. 494; ex parte Lamb, 30 
W. R. 126; Jones 7/. Hutchinson, 10 C. B. 522; Spenceley 7'. Robin- 
son, 3 B. & C. 659; re Sillence, 7 Ch. Div. 240 ; Queen 7>, Robinson, 
12 Ad. & Ell. 673 ; Tennant v. Bell, 9 Q. B. 685 ; Queen v. Herter, 
17 Q. B. 230; Grace v. Clinch, 4 Q. B. 606; Snooks v. Smith, 7 
Man. & G. 528 ; Reg. v. Isle of Ely, 5 El. & Bl. 490. 

as soon as may be. Adams v. Foster, 9 Cush. 1 56. 

St. Louis, K. C. & N. R. R. v. Piper, 13 Kas. 505. 

to . In bill of lading. Reed v. U. S. Express Co., 48 N. Y. 462 ; 

Kreuder v. Wolcott, i Hilt. 223; Illinois Cent. R. Co. v. Franken- 
burg, 54 III. 88 ; Wall v. Holt, 26 Wis. 703. 

FORWARDED, to be . In bill of lading. Blossom 7/. Griffin, 13 N. Y. 569. 

FORWARDER. Roberts v. Turner, 12 Johns. 232. 



I'ORWARD. 



FOUND. 



FOUNDED. 



FOUNDERSHIP 
FOURTEEN. - 



;hf. S. 



In statute. Carter v. Young, 42 N. Y. (S. C.) 169; McNab v. Burnett. 
66 111. 157. 

and being without a collar. In statute. Tower 7/. Tower, 18 

Pick. 262. 
committing. In statute. Downing v. Capel, L. R., 2 C. P. 460 ; 

Griffiths V. Taylor, 2 C. P. Div. 194; Simmons V. Millingen, 2 C. 

B. 530. 

employed. In city ordinance. State v. Canton, 43 Mo. 48. 

in the possession of. In statute. Reg. v. Drake, 22 Sol. Jour. 

417. 
intoxicated. In statute. State v. Brownley, 25 Conn. 6. 

in fbct. In instruction. State v. Morgan, 40 Conn. 44. 

on a bond/bill or note. In statute. Doan v. Holly, 26 Mo. 

186. 
on a contract. In statute. Wyman v. Fahens, 1 1 1 Mass. 80. 

Atty.-Gen. v. Master of School, 3 B. & Ad. 73. 

— days. In statute. Re Thompson & McLellan, 2 Biss. 166. 

— days at least. In statute. Zoust v. Empsey, 4 B. & Aid. 522 ; 
Reg. V. Shropshire, 8 Ad. & Ell. 173; Mitchell v. Foster, 12 Ad. & 
Ell. 472 ; State v. Gasconade, 33 Mo. 102. 



FRACTION. 



144 



FREE. 




FBACTION. 

FRACTIONAL. 
FRAME. 

FRANCHISE. 



of a day. Westbmok Man. Co. v. Grant, 60 Me. 88(11 Am. 



FRANCHISES. 



FRAUD. 



of a day. 

Rep. 181). 
In statute. Swayne v. Vance, 28 Ark. 2S6. 

house filled in with briok. In insurance policy. Fowler v. 

.fEtna Ins. Co., 7 Wend 270. 
Com. V. Arnison, 15 S. & R. 127 (16 Am. Dec. 531) ; Pierce v. Emery, 
32 N. H. 484 ; Bridgeport v. New York, etc., R. Co., 36 Conn. 255 ; 
Chicago R. Co. v. People, 73 HI. 541 ; State v. Weatherby. 45 Mo. 
17; People V. Utica, etc., Ins. Co., 15 Johns 387; Com. v. Frank- 
fort, 13 Bush, 185 ; State v. Maine, etc., R. Co., 66 Me. 488; Curtis 
V. Leavitt, 15 N. Y. 9; Bank of Augusta v. Erie, 13 Pet. 519 : Cali- 
fornia State Tel. Co. v. Atla. Tel. Co., 22 Cal. 398. 
In deed. Morgan v. Louisiana, 3 Otto, 217. 

property and . Railroad Co. v. County of Hamblin, 12 Otto. 276. 

Haycraft v. Creasy, 2 East, 92 ; Green v. Nixon, 23 Beav. 530 ; Leh- 
man v. Shackleford, 50 Ala. 437; Kirby ?/. Ingersoll, i Hair. (Mich.) 
172 ; Chesterfield v. Janssen, 2 Ves. Sr. 155 ; Morrill v. Blaokman, 
42 Conn. 324; Grider v. Clopton, 27 Ark. 245; Polhill v. Walter, 
3 B. &Ad. 123; Mock V. Pleasants, 34 Ark. 63; Van Arsdaie v. 
Howard, 5 Ala. 596 ; Gardner v. Heartt, 3 Denio, 332 ; Allen v. 
Addington, 7 Wend. 9: Hammatt r/. Emmerson, 27 Me. 308. 
In statute. Hathaway 7a Johnson, 55 N. Y. 93 ; Classen v. Schceman, 
80 111. 304; Shattuck V. Haworth, 91 Pa. St. 449; Hennequin v. 
Clews, 77 N. Y. 427 ; Broadnax v. Bradford, 50 Ala. 270 ; Smith 7'. 
Smith, 19 Wis. 104 ; Melvin v. Melvin, 72 N, C. 384; Neil v. Clark, 
5 Otto, 704 ; U. S. V. Rob Roy, i Woods, 43- 

attempt at In insurance policy. Geib z/. Ins. Co., i Dill. 443; 

Shaw V. Scottish Ins. Co., i Fed. "ep. 763. 

FRAUDULENT. and void as againj^ assignee. In statute. Billiter v. 

Young, 6 El. & Bl. 10. 

contract. In statute. Benton T/. Benton, I Day, III. 

conveyance. In statute. Ex parte Jordan, 9 Mete. 292. 

conveyancd, gift, delivery or transfer. In statute. Phelps 

V. Hornstedt, L . R., 8 Ex. 26. 

suppression. Blydenburgh v. Welsh, Baldw, 331. 

FRAUDULENTLY. In plea. Behn v. Kemble, 7 C. B. (N. S.) 265. 
In statute. Morgan v. State. 13 Fla. 671. 

'. stopped or snspended, and not resumed payment. In stat- 
ute. Re Thompson & McLellan, 2 Biss. 166. 
FREE. Pierce v. Milwaukee, etc., R. Co., 23 Wis. 391. 

firom average. In insurance policy. Bargett v. Orient Ins. Co , 

3 Bosw. 385. 

from average, unless general. In insurance policy. Aranza- 

niendi v. Louisiana Ins. Co., 2 Li\. 432 (22 Am. Dec. 136). 

land or tenement. In statute. Dawson v. Robbins, 2 C. P. 

Div. 38. 

negro. In statute. Ex parte George, i U. P. Charlt. 80. 

of legacies or mortgages. In will. Doe v. Lean, i Q. B. 229. 

ol particular average. In insurance policy. Hernandez v. Sun 

Mut Ins. Co., 6 Blatchf. 325. 

riding On railroad pass. Bissell v. N. Y. Cent. R. R., 2$ N. 

Y. 442. 



FREE. 



FREEHOLD. 



X4S 



FROM. 



88 (II Am. 



1'. Fowler v, 

rcc V. Emery, 
36 Conn. 255 ; 
lerby, 45 Mo. 
)m. V. Frank- 
s. 488; Curtis 
et. 519; Cali- 



, 12 Otto, 276. 

:av. 530 ; Leh- 
Hair. (Mich.) 
V. Blackman, 
lill V. Walter, 
an Arsdale v. 
332 ; Allen v. 
le. 308. 

1 V. Schcenian, 
Hennequin v. 
270 ; Smith v, 
Neil V. Clark, 

J., I Dill. 443; 

te. Bill iter v. 

III. 

tc. 292. 

atute. Phelps 



ment. In stat- 



^rient Ins. Co , 

SoUcy. Aranza- 

136). 

>bbins, 2 C. P. 

arit. 80. 

n, I Q. B. 220. 

irnandez v. Sun 

It. R. R., 25 N. 



FBBEHOLD. 



FBEEHOLDEB 



FBEELT. 



FREEMAN. 
FfiEEZINO. 

i:;BEiaHT. 



FBESH. 



FRESHET. 

FRIVOLOUS. 

FROM. 



19 



In will. Matthews v. Matthews, L. R., 4 Eq- Cas. 278. 

estate. In will. Doe r. Tucker, 3 B. & Ad. 476. 

houses. In will. Bowen v. Barlow, L. R.; 1 1 Eq. Cas. 454 ; L. 

R., 8 Ch. App. 171. 
, State V. Ragland, 75 N. C. 12. 
In statute. Aaron i/. State, 37 Ala. 106. 

of the county. Rex v, Johnson, 5 N. H. 520 (22 Am. Dec. 472). 

Dennis z/. Tarpenny, 20 Barb. 371 ; Merriam v. Harsen, 2 Barb. Ch. 232. 

In statute. Merriam 7'. liarsen, 2 Barb. Ch. 232. 

to be possessed and ei^oyed. In will. Burkart v. Bucher, 2 

Binney, 455 (4 Am. Dec. 456) ; Lloyd v. Jackson, L. R., i Q. B. 578; 

L. R., 2 g. B 269: 7 B. & S. 683. 
In constitution. Burnham v. Laning, i Pa. Leg. Gaz. 411:9 Phila. 

341. 
owner's risk . In bill 0/ lading. Read v. St. Louis, etc., R. Co., 

60 Mo. 199; Wolff. American Ex. Co., 43 Mo. 421. 
Palmer v. Gracie, 4 Wash. C. C. no; Griggs v. Austin, 3 Pick. 20; 

The Zephyr, 3 Mason, 344. 
In charter-party. Peisch v. Dickson, i Mason, 11 ; Gibbon 7>. Young, 

2 J. B. Moo. 224. 
In contract. Lidgett v. Perrin, 11 C. B. (N. S.) 362. 
In insurance policy. Dendon v. Ins. Co., L. R., 7 C. P. 341 ; Lord v. 

Neptune Ins. Co., 10 Gray, 109; Minturn v. Warren Ins. Co., 2 

Allen, 86. 
In statute. Allen v. Mackay, i Sprague, 219. 
as agreed. In charter-party. Kerford v. Mondel, 5 Hurl. & N. 

932- 
due or to grow due. In statute. Wilson v. Dickson, 2 B. & 

Aid. 14. 

money. Adams z/. O'Connor, 100 Mass. 517. 

onboard. In insurance policy. Robinson t/. Manufacturers' Ins. 

Co., I Mete. 146. 

on bill. In insurance policy. Field v. Citizens' Ins. Co., 1 1 Mo. 50. 

pursuit. In statute. People v. Pool, 27 Cal. 572. 

seed. In contract. Ferris v. Comstock, 33 Conn. 513. 

taxes. In deed. Watson v. Atkins, 3 B. & Aid. 647. 

Harris v. Social Manuf. Co., 9 R. I. 99. 

answer. Cottrell v. Cramer, 40 Wis. 555. 

Best v. Polk, 18 Wall. 112; Gardner v. Collins, 3 Mason, 398; 2 Pet. 

58 ; Case v. Wildridge, 4 Ind. 51 ; Bonney v. Morrill, 52 Me. 252 ; 

Deyo V. Bleakley, 24 Barb. 9 ; Simpson v. Luthwaite, 3 B. & Ad. 

231 ; Sands v. Lyon, 18 Conn. 27. 
In contract. Sheets v. Selden, 2 Wall. 177; Oatman v. Walker, 33 

Me. 67. 
In deed. Welles v. Iron Co., 48 N. H. 493. 
In insurance policy. Isaacs v. Ins. Co., L. R., 5 Ex. 296. 
In lease. Wilcox v. Wood, 9 Wend. 346; Atkins v. Sleeper, 7 Allen, 

487. 
In statute. Peebles v. Hannaford, 18 Me. 106; Smith v. Helmer, 7 

Barb. 416; North-eastern R.Co.w. Payne.S Rlch.(L.) 177; Tennes- 



. I 



'M 




FVLL. 
FROM. 

Sherrett. L. R.. 2 Ch. App. 644. ..nR7iio 

__ and out. /«.^./«/''. Blanford^. Morrison.. 5 QB. 730. 

a port. U. S. V. La Coste. 2 Mason. 1 29. 

a street. Pittsburg v. Clay, 74 P»- St. 259- 

__ place to place. Com. v. Cambridge. 7 Mass. .58. Com. v. 

J^X^^^^ ....... AsH.rtH.Bed.r..L.R... 

_!thelyandyearaforesaid. Instatute. Wilkinson .. Gaston, 
_lC;eLn. /. ...-- Stegar .. State, 39.Ga. 583 = Peopled. 

_"::e;^of MS al.de. /« sU... King . justices. 2 B. . 

J^'thHort. in statute. U. S. .. La Coste. . Mason^ .33^ 
. --tbeLforth. /«./a/«^'. Wilson .estate. 35 Ark. 428. 

___ time to time. In statute. Bryan .. Arthur, n Ad. & Ell. .09 , 

Whitehouse v. R. Co., L. R.. 5 Ex. 13- 
__ year to year. In lease. Doe .. Green, 9 Ad. & Ell. 658. 
__ wlTtever cause. In Mil of ladin,. Smith .. New York. etc.. 
R. Co.. 29 Barb. 1 32 ; 24 N. Y. 222. 

heard Fellows v. Fellows. 8 N. H. 160. 

_^„xi- oore w Hughes. 7 Mon. 521. 

(33 Am. Dec. 297). 
Indeed. Tracy t/. Chicago, 24 HI- S«>- 

of /« /^a5^ Des Moines v. Dow, 31 Iowa. 89. 

in of. /« lease, u ^ p pi^ 3.8 ; Wakefield Bd. 

In statute. Wakef.cM Co. r/. Meader, 5 C. P. U.v. 4 

z/. Lee, I Ex. Div. 3>'>- 
__industriales. Purner ^. Piercy, 40 Md. 2.2. 

^'^^^ ., „--a . T :„ck z/ Kelly, 25 Ind. 278. 

Edgar V. McCutcheon. 9 Mo. 768 . Linck z/. iv y, j 

Kingsbury's Case. 106 Mass. 227. ,^ 

__'from justice. Jones v. Leonard. 50 ^-^'"^ f ^^ ^ g. & 
__ and complete car,o. In ckarter-fa^^- Hunter j. Fry. ^^^^^^^ 
Aid. 426; Morris v. Lev=s'>n, . C P. D»v. »55. ^8 
33 hJw. .67 ; Cuthbert v. Camming. .0 Ex. 809. n Ex. 4 5 



FBONT. 
PRONTING. 

PRUCJTUS. 
PETJIT. 



PUCJK. 
FUGITIVE. 



FUUi. 



FVLL. 



Clay. 74 Pa. 
C. C. 599- 

;y, 6oi (2 Am. 

will. Bush 7'. 

B. 73°. 

1 58 ; Com. V. 
edford, L. R., 9 
nson V. Gaston, 

583 ; People v. 
lustices, 2 B. & 

n, 133. 
rk. 428. 
Ad. & Ell. 109 ; 

t Ell. 658. 

New York, etc., 

rrell v. State, 12 
Janssen, 19 Wall, 
iders, 8 Port. 497 



?9. 
48 : Wakefield Bd. 



on, 440. 

;nning, 5 B. &. C. 

25 Ind. 278. 

i(32 Am. Rep. 116). 

nter v. Fry, 2 B. & 
Ogden V. Parsons, 
; II Ex. 405. 



•*i«>^lM«rt'*'i&«*> 



/ ULL. 



147 



FURNITURE. 



FULL— roiitimicd. 

and sufficient release and discharge. /// assi^nminl. Agnew 

V. Dow, 5 Whart. 131 (34 Am. Dec. 539). 

, confldeuoe. In will. Re Hutchinson, 8 Ch. Div. 541. 

consent. In will. Martin v. Shepherd, 10 Ir. L. T. Rep. 141. 

costs. In slatulc. Irwinc v. Reddish, 5 H. k Aid. 797. 

legislative powers. /// constitution. School Coin'rs %>, Putnam, 

44 Ala. 506. 

supply. Kemp 7'. Knickerbocker Ins. Co., 69 N. Y. 42. 

toll. In statute. Benjamin v. Andrews, 5 (". B. (N. S.) 299. 

wages. Sims v. Jackson, i Wash. 414. 

executed in . In record as to service of summons. Blackburn 7/. 

, Jackson, 26 Mo. 308. 

in . In receipt. Muldon v. Whitlock, i Cow. 290(13 Am. Dec. 

533) ; Rcid V. Reid, 2 Dev. (Law) 247 (18 Am. Dec. 570). 
as as any individual. In statute. Scybert v. City of Roches- 
ter, I Wall. 272. 
In will. Stephens v. Milnor, 24 N. J. (Eq.) 358. 

debt. In statute. Ketchum v. City 6f Buffalo, 14 N. Y. 356. 

the . In will. Slingsby v. Granger, 7 H. L. Cas. 273. 

expenses. Donald v. McWhorter, 44 Miss. 124. 

In statute. Owens v. Bloomer, 14 Ilun, 296 ; 21 N. Y. (S. C.) 296. 

In will. Fairman's Appeal, 30 Conn. 205. 

In statute. State 7/. Freeman, 27 Vt. 520; Att'y-Gen. v. Silleen, 2 H. 

& C. 623. 
evidence against himself. In constitution. Emery's Case, 107 

Mass. 182. 
In contract. Groves v. Miles, 58 111. 338. 
Bell V. Golding, 27 Ind. 173 ; Rasure v. Hart, 18 Kas. 340. 
In deed. Fore v. Hubbard, 63 Ala. 412. 
In insurance policy. Brough v. Whitmore, 4 Term Rep. 206. 
In mortgage, Curtis v. Martz, 14 Mich. 506. 
In statute. Southampton Dock Co. v. Hill, 14 C. B. (N. S.) 243. 
In will. Hele v. Gilbert, 2 Ves. Sr. 430. 
and other household efibots. In will. Foxall v. McKenney, 

3 Cranch C. C. 206. 
used by him in housekeeping. In statute. Croswell v. Alli«. 

25 Conn. 301. 

articles of household necessary for upholding life. In statute. 

Crocker v. Spencer, 2 D. Chip. 68 ; Hart v. Hyde, 5 Vt. 328; Dun- 
lap V. Egerton, 30 Vt. 224 ; Tanner v. Billings, 18 Wis. 163. 

household goods and . In deed. Bunn v. Winthrop, i Johns. 

Ch. 329. 

In will. Carnegy v. Woodcock, 2 Munf. 234. 

household ■ In statute. Rasure v. Hart, f6 Kas. 340. 

In will. Finney v. Price, 10 Ch. Div. 13; Hooper's Estate, 6 Ph-*a. 
364; Richardson «/. Hall, 124 Mass. 228. 

rosewood . Ponsot v. Maxwell, 4 Blatchf. 44. 

signs and . In mortgage. Curtis v. Martz, 14 Mich. 506. 



FULLY. 
FUNDED. 

FUITDS. 
FUNEBAL. 

FUItNISH. 



FUBNISHED. 
FUBNITUBE. 



FURNITURE. 
PURNITUBE 



X48 



GAME. 



In will. Kendall 



inaBTHER. 



PXJTUEB. 



GAINS. 
GALLONS. 



GALLOWS. 

GAMBLE. 

GAMBLING. 



GAME. 



-Continued. 

stock, plantation utensUa and household 

V. Kendall. 5 Munf. 272. 
___ aUowanoe. In statute. Downing v. Marshall, 37 N. \ . 380. 
__ BBsessment. In statute. Meech 7.. City of Ruflalo. 29 N. Y. .98. 
__clvU and criminal juri«liotion. In constmiion. Landers t.. 

Staten Island R. R.. 53 N. Y. 45'- 
__ compensation. In agreement. Hatchings .. Van Brunt. 38 N- 

_1 uibiUty. In lease. O'Fallon v. Nicholson, 56 M-). 28^ 

__ or other valuable consideration. In statute. Re Bolton. L. 

R c Kx 82 
_Jprooeedings. In statute. Wetz 7.. Beard, ,2 Ohio St. 43'- 

sum. /« will. Lynes r/.Townsend. 33 N. Y. 558- 

to hear. In statute. Reg. v. Oxley, 6 Q. B. 262. 

without — notice. In statute. Mitchell v. City of M.lwaukee, .« 

Wis. 96. 
In statute. Sayor 7/. Defaur, n Q. B. 335- 
__ earnings. In statute. Somers .. Keleher. ..5 Mass. .65. 

• editiono. In will. Hone r/. Kent, 6 N. Y. 390. „ _ ,, 

extensions or branches. In contract. Morris., etc., R. Co. 7. 

Sussex R. Co.. 20 N. J. (Eq.) 542. 
payments. /« ./«/«/^. Day r/. Bardwell, 97 Mass. 255- 

___prollts and income. In statute. Gray r^. Darlington. .5 Wall. 63. 
__ of proof spirit. /«./«/«/^. U. S. 7.. Fox, . Lowell. 99- 
five— /« '«'*W.-'- State .. Lavake, 26 Minn. 5^6 (37 Am. 

S^gg . /„ //*../. Wachter v. Quenzer, 29 N. Y. 547- 

In indictment. Bennett 7/. State, 4 Yerg. 472- 

State .. Bishel. 39 Iowa, 42 ; Clark .. State. 49 M- 37- 

^-^n« In statute State 7/. Lemon, 46 Mo. 375 : State v. JacK 

377 , wuis ^ Hardin, i Kas. 474. U. 

rrsiTae^^c'™: hC. g 53S. S.a.. .. Hayden, 3. Mo. 35. 

Smith 7/. State. 17 Tex. igJ- 

game. In statute. State 7.. Hawkins, 15 Ark. 259. 

Woodcock .. McQueen, u Ind. 14; State .. Hendersor, 47 Jnd. U7 : 

Ellis 7/. Beale. .8 Me. 337 : State v. Nantes, 2 H.ll (S. C), 200. 

In deed. JeflTreyes v. Evans, 19 C. B. (N. S.) 262 

»¥ 1 £ R j(r ^ 961 • Miller 7/. State, 4° •f^'a- 
'^r?rt.rl°St:»rA*'3stVel"o,>e... . Mm., . La. 

Ann. 651 : Hizar v. State, 12 Ind. 330. , „ . ^ R u6- 
__ of chance. In statute. Tollett .. Thomas. L. R.. 6 Q.B 5.6. 
„ , „ e , Morr 169; State w.Gupton. 8 Ired. (L.)27i , 
Harless v U. S., > Morr 109^ state 7/. Bishop. 8 Ired. 266 ; 
Hush 7/. Molesbury, L. R.. 6 y. ». 130 - ^"•'*'- 
Glasscock 7/. State. 10 Mo. 508. VrV- ,., 
of haaard or skill. In statute. State 7.. Rone. 23 Ark. 7-7. 



I 



GAME. 



GAME. 



149 



GENERAL, 



\wiU. Ken<bll 

37 N. Y. 380- 
ilo, 29 N. Y. 198. 
on. Landers v. 

an BruMt, 38 N. 

Mo. 28. 

Re Bolton, L. 

hioSt. 43 •• 
;8. 

of Milwaukee, 18 



Mass. 165. 

I. 

s.. etc., R. Co. V. 

ifass. 255. 

ngton, 1 5 Wall. 63. 

owell, 99. 

[inn. 526 (37 Am. 

Y. 547- 

a. 37. 

}75 ; State v. Jack- 
rrimble v. State, 27 
I. Henyford, 19 Mo. 
State, I Mo. 733 and 
din, I Kas. 474; U. 
Hayden, 31 Mo. 35 ; 

k. 259. 

derson, 47 In<l- '-7 : 

ill (S. C), 200, 

Her V. State, 48 Ala. 
tans V. Miller, 7 La. 

L. R.. 6 Q. B. 5'6-. 
ton, 8 Ired. (L.) 271 ; 
/.Bishop, Sired. 266; 

>rie, 23 Ark. 727. 



OAMB — rontimii:(l. 

— with dioe< 



In statute. Wetinore 7>. State, 55 Ala. 198. 

r-ny except bowls, ohoBS. Jn statute. Nual's Case, 23 Gratt. 

917. 

banking . In statute. State 7>. Martin, 22 Ark. 423. 

confldenoe . Pierce ?'. People, 81 111. 98. 

laMrftil aport, pastime or exeroiae. In statute. Batty v. Mar< 

riott, 5 C. B. 818. 

clher or games. In statute, Shropshire i'. Glasscock, 4 Mo. 

536 (31 Am. Dec. 189) ; Boynton v. Curie, 4 Mo. 600. 

ether unlawflil . Vicaro v. Com,, 5 Dana, 504; Com. v, Tilton, 

3 Mete. 232. 

unlawful or sport. In statute. Com. v. Tilton, 8 Mete. 232. 

QAMINO. State v. Smith, Meigs, 99(33 Am. Dec. 132, note); Bell v. vStatc. 5 

Sneed, 507; Portis v. State, 27 Ark. 360; State v. Smith, 2 Yerg. 
381 ; Harrison v. State, 4 Coldw. 195; Eubanks v. State, 3 Heisk. 
490; BIcwctt V. State, 34 Miss. 606; Com. v. Taylor, 14 Gray, 26; 
Com. z/. Gourdier, 14 Gray, 390; McDaniel v. Com., 6 Bush, 326; 
Cameron v. State, 15 Ala. 383; Swallow v. State, 20 Ala. 30. 
In statute. State v. Smith, 2 Yerg. 271; Smith v. State, 5 Humph. 
163; State V. Pearson, 2 Md. 312 ; Wolz v. State, 33 Tex. 331 ; Bag- 
ley V. State, I Humph. 486; Bell 7>. State, 5 Sneed, 507 ; Garrisons. 
McGregor, 51 III. 473; Harrison v. Btate, 4 Coldw. 195; Shelton's 
Case, 8 Gratt. 502 ; State v. Jackson, 39 Mo. 420 ; Eubanks v. State, 
3 Heisk. 488 ; Norton v. Stite, 1 5 Ark. 71 ; Com. v. Garland, 5 Rand. 
652 ; Spaight v. State, 29 Ala. 32 ; Walker v. State, 2 Swan, 287 ; 
Reg. V. Ashton, i El. & Bl. 286 ; Parsons v. Alexander, 5 El. & Bl, 
263 ; Rourke v. Short, 5 El. & Bl. 910. 

apparatuc. In statute. Hayesv. State, 55 Ind. 99; Coolidge i/. 

Choate, 11 Mete. 81 ; State v. Hope, 15 Ind. 474. 

devioe. In statute. State v. Leevice, 1 2 Wis. 436- 

table. In statute. Toney v. State, 61 Ala. 3 ; State v. Lewis, 12 

Wis. 436; U. S. V. Ringgold, 5 Cranch C. C. 378 ; U. S. v. Milburn. 
5 Cranch C. C. 300 ; U. S. v. Cooley, 5 Cranch C. C. 707- 

any whatsoever. In statute. Patten 7/. Rhymer, 3 El. & El. 5. 

aABDEN. Simons v. Lovell, 7 Heisk. 510 ; Com. v. Josselyn, 97 Mass. 41 1. 

GAIUnSHMEirT. Rose v. Whaley, 14 La. Ann. 374; Strickland 7a Maddox, 4 Ga. 

393- 
QAS. In insurance policy. Stanley 7\ Ins. Co., L. R., 3 Ex. 71. 

1 fixtures. In contract. Downs w. Sprague, i Abb. App. Dec. 550. 

OATHEB. crop. In lease. Stoddard v. Waters, 30 Ark. 1 57. 

GATHBRED. or growing. In ivill. Carnagy v. Woodcock, 2 Munf. 234 (5 

Am. Dee. 470). 

QAVB. up. In plea, Haigh v. Brooks, 10 Ad. & Ell. 309. 

GELDING. State v. Ingram, 16 Kas. 14; Turley v. State, 3 Humph. 323. 

GENERAL. Re BonaflFe, 23 N. Y. 169. 

acceptance. In statute. Fayle v. Bird, 6 B. & C. 533. 

agent. Jaques v. Todd, 3 Wend. 83 ; Jeffrey v. Bigelow, 1 3 Wend. 

518 ; Wood V. McCain, 7 Ala. 800. 

and ordinary business of a corporation. In statute. Reed v, 

Jones, 6 Wis. 690. 



BiSy eB aa. ' saiv 



GliNERAL. 



150 



GIVE. 



QBNEBAL- 



. Continued. ». ah .« 
appraiser. In statute. Gibb v. Washington, i McAIl. 430. 

assignment. LonRmere v. Goode, 38 Ala. 577. 

averoge. Bevan v. Bank .)f U. S.. 4 Whart. 301 133 Am. Dec. 

"T^rC .r.nbian Ins. Co. -.. Ashley, .3 I'eters. 33. : Wilson v. Cross, 
al^bal. i Padclf..rcl .. Boardman, 4 M-*- 548 ; Potter v. Ocean 
Ins. Co., 3 Sumner. 39. 

credit. Hemis v. Kyle. S Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 232. 

demurrer, fn statute. McGuire v. Van Pelt. 55 Ala. 345- 

field. Mansfield v. Ilawkes, 14 Mass. 440. 

ftmd. PcoplcT'. Board of Supervisors. 27 Barb. 575. 

In will. Lyman 7'. Parsons, 26 Conn. 494- _ . 

V. Wright. 70 111. 388 : State v. Parsons, 40 N. J. (L.) 123. 

• opposition. Dodge v. Gardiner. 31 N. Y. 239. 

owner. Farmers' Nat. Bk. v. Logan, 74 N. Y. 568. 

■ power. Cutting v. Cutting. 20 Hun. 360. 

property. Stief v. Hart, i N. Y. 20. 

ship. Ward v. Green. 6 Cow. i73- 

tenancies. In statute. Brown t/. Bragg, 22 Ind. 122. 

— terms. In statute. Merrill 7^ Everett. 38 Conn. 48 ; Grace t^. 

Freeland, i N. Y. 228. 
injunction to suspend the — and ordinary busmess of a cor- 
poration. In statute. Doty t/. President. 14 Wis. 82. 
GENTMS. fn warranty. Bodurtha v. Phelon. 2 Allen. 348. ' 

Baldwin .. Van Densten, 37 N. Y. 487 ; Dow .. Spenny 29 Mo^390. 

and regularly issued. In guaranty of bonds. Smeltzer v. White. 

2 Otto, 391- 
County Comm'rs v. Meekins. 50 Md. 42- 



GENUINE. 



GERMANE. 



GETTING OUT. In statute. Madison Coal Co. .. Str. Colona. 36 Mo. 446 ; Gibbons 



GIFT. 



GIBL. 
GIVE. 




7/. Str. Fanny Barker. 40 Mo. 253 , 
Dewees Estate. 3 Brewst. 3>4 
In statute. Chapman r. M'" -lass. 269. 

enterprise busines orve v. Andre -s. .06 Mass. 422. 

In statute. Queen v. Prin i.. R- 2 C. C. R. • , >• 

Parkinson v. State, 14 Md. i6.\. 

In contract Norton 7,. Woodruff, . N. Y. .53: Field v. Pierce. .02 

Mass 258 ; Carter v. Alexander. 71 Mo. 585 ; Hooper v. Hooper. 9 

Cush. 129. _. 

In deed Allen t;. Sayward. 5 Greenl. 227 (.7 Am. Dec. 22.) ; P.erson 

.Armstrong. . Iowa. 282: Frost .. Raymond, 2 Caines. .88. 

Grannis v. Clarke. 8 Cow. 36- 



■ i ti n ii l'. ^ ' i Vim i " ' '''""-^ 



MMvalki 



GIVE. 



McAll. 430. 

,01 (33 Am. Dec. 
Wilson V. Cross, 
Potter V. Ocean 



55 Ala. 345- 

J. S75' 

79; Clark V. City 
ilwaukce, 21 Wis. 
^. C. 401 ; LerlinK 
70 111. 680 ; People 
L.) 123. 

568. 



nd. 122. 

>nn. 48 ; Gracie v. 

lusinesB of a oor- 

is. 82. 

Sanover, 3 Hurl. & 

rewood t. R. Co., 3 

London, etc.. Loan 

effe, 14 C. B. (N. S.) 

penny, 29 Mo. 39°- 
Smeltzer v. White, 



5 Mo. 446 ; Gibbons 

1 



s, 106 Mass. 422. 



; Field V. Pierce, 102 
Hooper v. Hooper, 9 

n. Dec. 221); Pierson 
ond, 2 Caines, 188 : 



GIVE. 

OrVB — Continued. 

In statute 



151 



GOD. 



GIVEN. 



GLASS. 



GO. 



GOD. 



Com. V. Davis, 12 Bush, 240. 

a bribe. State 7'. Marker. 4 Harr, 559. 

a deed. In covenant. Kctchum v. Evc'rtson, 13 Johns. 359(7 

Am. Dec. 384). 
and bequeath. In will. O'Toole r. Hrowne. 3 \'.\. h HI. 572; 

Eldridgo v. LIdridga, 9 Cusli. 519 ; Allen v. White, 97 Mass. 504. 

grant and convey, hi tteed. Vounj? v. UinK». 1 Mon. 31. 

information. In statiit,: Jones v. Sherwood, 17 Conn. 466. 

liquor. In statute. C(jm. 7-. Davis, 12 Bush, 240. 

notice to the party. In statute. BarraclouKh v. (Jreenounh. 7 

B. & S. 174. 
In statute. James v. Dubois, i Hiirr. 285 ; Wm^.- t- Justices, 7 U B- >,95- 
in parochial relief. In statute. Davies ?-. Harvey, L. H, 9 O. 

B. 433- 
credit In guaranty. Broom 7'. Batchelor, i Hurl. A N. 260. 

credit. In guaranty. Edwards 7'. Jevons. 8 C. B. 436. 

In statute. Bernstein v. Baxendale, 6 C. B. (N. S.) 251 ; Owen v. Bur- 
nett, I C. & M. 353- 

out . In statute. Binns 7'. Lawrence, 12 How. y; Treadwin v. 

R. Co., L. R., 3 C. P. 3'«. 



wa«-e in casks. 

German cylinder - 



Bend v. Georgia Ins. Co., Ang. on Ins. 25. 

-. /;/ contract. Mixer v. Coburn, 1 1 Mete. 559. 

manuiboturers of In statute. Arthur v. Sussfield, 6 Otto, 1 29. 

manufboturos, articles, vessels and wares of In statute. 

Roosevelt v. Maxwell, 3 Blatchf. 390. 

at large. In statute. Com. v. Dow, 10 Mete. 382. 

in evidence. In written stipulation. Protection Life Ins. Co. 

V. Palmer, 81 111. 88. 

offlarge. Ward v. The Fashion, i Newb. 8 ; Hall v. The Buffalo, 

I Newb. 115. 

shall . Jn statute. Broad v. Broad, 40 Cal. 493 . 

act of Nugent v. Smith, i C. P. Div. 19,423 : Klaubert^. Amer- 
ican Ex. Co., 21 Wis. 21 ; Friend v. Woods, 6 Gratt. 189; Forward 
7'. Pittard, i T. R. 27; Gillett v. Ellis, 11 III. 579: Read v. Spauld- 
ing, 5 Bfjsw. 395 ; Nashville, etc., R. Co. v. David, 6 Heisk. 261 : 
Polack V. Roche, 35 Cal. 416; Mynard v. Syracuse, etc., R. Co., 71 
N. Y. 180; Wallace v. Clay.'Dn, 42 Ga.443 : LoveringT/. Buck Moun- 
tain Coal Co., 54 Pa. St. 291 ; Lamont v. Nashville, etc., R. Co., 9 
Heisk. 58 ; Germania Ins. Co. v. The Lady Pike, 17 Am. L. Rep. 
614; Parsons 7/. Hardy, 14 Wend. 215; Harris w. Rand, 4 N. H. 259; 
Wallace v. V'igers, 4 Blackf. 230; West v. The Berlin, 3 Iowa, 532; 
The Maggie Hammond, 9 Wall. 435 : Worth v. Edmonds. 52 Barb- 
40; Ballentine v. North Missouri R. Co., 40 Mo. 49' : Neal v. Snun- 
derson, 2 S. &M. 572 ; Walpole v. Bridges. 5 Blackf. 222 ; Williams 7/. 
Grant, i Conn. 487; Crosby v. Fitch, 12 Conn. 410; McArthur v. 
Sears, 21 Wend. 190 ; Faulkner 7/. Wright, Ric;e, 107 ; Moses?'. Norn>. 
4 N. H. 304 ; Hall 7/. Cheney, 36 N. H. 26 ; Hackett v. Boston, etc., R. 
Co., 35 N. H. 390: EverleighT/. Sylvester, 2 Brev. 178 ; McClenaghan 
V. Brock. 5 Rich. 17; Harrington 7/. Lyles, 2 Nott. & M. 88 ; Steamboat 
Co. V. Bason, Harp. 262; Patton v. Magrath, Dudley,.i59; Smyrl v 



I (' 



i'i^ 



ti 



II 



% 



i! 



GOD. 



152 



GOOD. 



GOD — Continued. ^ o r. n 

Niolon. 2 Bailey, 42. : Hays ..Kennedy 4. I'a St 378; Pf"--'^ • 
Cullen 5 Harr. 238; Colt v. McMechen. 6 Johns. 160 (5 Am. 
Dec 20)): Ferguson v. Brent. 12 Md.9: Parsons v. Monteath .3 
Barb. 35 Central Line v. Lowe. 50 Ga. 509 ; Coggs j. Bernard. > 
Smithtld. Cas.3.5:Thorogood..Marsh.. Gow. N. P. C. .05 ; 
Hyde .. Trent Nav. Co.. 5 Term Rep. 389 : ^oore .^ M.ch.gan Cen . 
R Co X Mich. 23; Cox V. Peterson. 30 Ala. 608; Chevall.er 7 
Strah^m' 2 Tex. . \, ; Miller .. Steam Nav. Co.. .0 N. Y. .31 = Ha^l 
rCheney. 36 N. H. 26; McCall v. Brock. 5 Strobh. ..9; Nav^Co. 

V Dwver 29 Tex. 376 : Bulkley v. Naumkeag Cotton Co.. 24 How 
;86 The Edwin. . 'Iprague, 477 ; The Mohawk. 8 Wall. . 53 = B-us- 
seau V The Hudson u La. Ann. 427 : Plaisted v. Boston Steam 
n'^ Co '7 Me. vy. ; Mcrshon v. Ilobensack, 22 N. J. (lIw) 37^ ; 
Sew Brunswick Steam Nav. Co. .. Tiers, 24 N. J. (Law) 697 = Sprowl 

V Kellar. 4 Stew. & P. 382 : Ewart v. Street. 2 Bailey. .57 : King 
" Shephetd. 3 Story. 349 I Lyon .. Mells, 5 East. ..8 ; Reaves . 
Waterman, 2 Spears, ,97 ' Davis .. Garrett. 6 B.ng^7.6 : B.rketU 
Willan. 2 B. & Aid. 356 ; Hodenham v. Bennett 4 Pnce. 3 . Sm.tl 
V. Home. 2 Moore. ,8 ; Powell v. Layton. 2 Bos^ & P"'^?^\^;* 
365 ; Siordet v. Hall. 4 Bing. 607 ; Muddle v Stnde 9 C. & P. 380 • 
Lowe .. Booth. .3 Price, 329 ; Beckford v. Crutwell, 5 C & P- ^4 • 

■ • Cailiff V. Danvers. . Peake. .55 ; Hunter .. Potts. 4 Camp. 20, 

Oakley v. Steam Packet Co.. ,, Ex. 618 ; Laveron. 7/. Drury^ 8 Ex. 
?66; Hollingworth v. Brodrick. 7 Ad. & E. 40; Elliott v Rossell. 
o Johns. . ; Hart v. Allen, 2 Watts, n 5 : Williams ... Grant, , Conn. 
487 ; Cook V. Gourdin. 2 Nott & M. .9: Loomis v. Pearson. Harp. 
470; Bell v. Reed. 4 Binn. 127. 

act of In bill of lading. Merrctt v. Earle. 29 N. Y. ■ . 5 i Colt 

V. McMechen, 6 Johns. .60; Amies v. Stevens, i Str. 128. 
In contract. King v. Inhabitants, 6 B. & C. 733 : 3 B. & Ad. 547- 
Jn statute. Young v. Cook, 3 Ex. Div. loi. 

or its equivalent. Jn note. Holt v. Given, 43 Ala. 0.2. 

State./. Call. 48 N.H.I 32- 

m negotiable paper. Espy .. Bank of Cincinnati. •« f/""^^^ ^^:- 
chants' Bkf ./. State Bk.. .0 Wall. 604 ; Meads v. Merchants Bk.. 25 
NY 143; Irving Bk. v. Wetherald, J^ N. Y. 335. 
In guaranty of note. Cook v. Nathan, ,6 Barb. 342 ; Curtis v. Small- 
man i Wend. 231. 

^ d ooUeotible. In guaranty. Sanford v. Allen, i Cush. 474- 

andcoUeotibleafterdueoourseoflaw. Inguararty Moakeley 

V. Riggs, '.9 Johns. 69 (.o Am. Dec. 197)- 
and ooUeotible two years. In guaranty. Marsh v. Day. 18 

Pick "^21 

and convenient. In statute. Allgood v. Hill, 54 Miss. 666. 

and lawful men. In indictment. Bonds v. State. . Mart. & 

Yerg. 143 (.7 Am. Dec. 795); State v. Glascow. Conf. Rep. 38(2 

Am. Dec. 629). 
and lawftll fence. In statute. Atchison, etc.. R. Co. v. Jones, 

20 Kas. 527. r. u 4 o 
and lawful freoholdarB. In return to writ. Day v. Roberts. 8 

Vt 417 ; Aldis V. Burdick, 8 Vt. 21. 
and lawful reasons. In statute. Leonard v. Blair. 59 Ind. S'o- 



QOINa. 
GOLD. 

GOOD. 



mit 



GOOD. 



GOOD. 



153 



GOOD. 



r8; Pennewillf. 
IS. 160 (5 Am. 
V. Monteath, 13 
gs 7'. Bernard, i 
ir. N. P. C. 105 ; 
'.Michigan Cent. 
18; Chevallier v. 
N. Y. 431 : Hall 
li. 119; Nav. Co. 
or. Co., 24 How 
^Tall. 153; Brous- 
V. Boston Steam 
N. J. (Law) 372 ; 
.aw) 697; Sprowl 
lailey, 157; King 
t, J ?8 ; Reaves t. 
r. 716; BirkettT'. 
Price, 31 ; Smith 
. & Pull. (N. R.) 
\e, 9 C. & P. 380 ; 
;11, 5 C. & P. 242 ; 
ts, 4 Camp. 205 ; 
n\ V. Drury, 8 Ex. 
Elliott V. Rossell, 
I V. Grant, i Conn. 
7'. Pearson, Harp. 

J N. Y. 115; C""'^ 
5tr. 128. 

B. & Ad. 547- 



3 Ala. 612. 

8 Wall. 604; Mer- 
Merchants' Bk.. 25 

! ; Curtis V. Small- 

Vllen, I Cush. 474- 
•uararty. Moakeley 

Marsh v. Day, 18 

II, 54 Miss. 666. 

V. State, I Mart. & 

ir, Conf. Rep. 38 (2 

tc, R. Co. V. Jones, 

Day V. Roberts. 8 

V. Blair, 59 Ind. 510. 



GOOD — Continued. 



and responsible. Montpelier, etc., R. Co. v. Langdon, 45 Vt. 

137- 
and suffloient deed of conveyanoe. In agreement. Burwell 

V. Jackson, 9 N. Y. 535 ; Brown v. Corillard, 6 Cal. 573. 

cause. Virginia, etc., R. Co. v. Henry, 8 Nev. 165. 

In statute. Harnett v. Wise, 5 Ex. Div. 307. 

cause shown. In statute. Whitcher v. Benton, 50 N. H. 25; 

Bennett v. R. Co., 2 Green, 145- 
consideration. In statute. Hodgson v. Butts, 3 Cranch, 140 ; 

Kellough V. Steele, i St. & P. 262 ; Cunningham v. Dwyer, 23 Md. 

219. 

current money. In c'oTifnut. Moore v. Morris, 20 III. 255. 

custom cowhide boots. In contract. Waite v. Fairbanks, 



Brayt. 77. 
■ floith. In statute. 



McConnel v. Street, r 111. 253, Poland 



Mandel, 38 Cal. 30; Parker 7/. Paige, 38 Cal. 527 ; Winters v. Haines. 

84 III. 585 ; Gress v. Evans, i Dakota Terr. 387. 

for one seat. In railroad ticket. Dietrich v. R. Co., 71 Pa. St. 432. 

. for six months only. In railroad ticket. Lillis v. St. Louis, etc. 

R. Co., 64 Mo. 464. 
for this date only. In railroad ticket. Elmore w. Sands, 54 N. 

Y. 512; Chesney v. R. Co., 11 Mete. 12:; Boice v. R. Co., 61 

Barb, 61 1 ; Shedd v. R. Co., 40 Vt. 88. 
for this trip only. In railroad ticket. Pier v. P'inch, 24 Barb. 

5»4. 
for twenty days. In railroad ticket. Hamilton v. R. Co., 51 

N. Y. 100. 

health. In insurance policy. Galbreath v. Ins. Co., 1 2 Bush, 33 ; 

Peacock v. New York Ins. Co., 20 N. Y. 293. 

merchantable hay. In contract. Fitch v. Carpenter, 43 Barb. 40- 

note. lu indictment. Com. v. Stone, 4 Mdc. 48. 

order. In bill of lading. Ellis v. Willard, 9 N. Y. 529 ; Brad- 
street 7/. Heran, 2 Blatchf. 116; The California, 2 Sawy. 12; West 
V. The Berlin, 3 Iowa, 522 ; Keith v. Amende, i Bush, 453 ; Bond v. 
Frost, 6 La. Ann. 801 ; Austin v. Talk, 20 Tex. 164; The Olbers, 3 
Ben. 148 ; Vaughan v. 630 Casks, 7 Ben. 506. 

order and condition. In bill 0/ lading. Gowdy v. Lyon, 9 B. 

Mon. 112; Barrett v. Rogers, 7 Mass. 297; The Missouri v. Webb 
9 Mo. 193; Tierney v. New York, etc., R. Co., 10 Hun, 569; Carson 
V. Harris; 4 G. Greene, 516; Mitchell v. U. S. Ex. Co., 46 Iowa, 214: 
West V. The Berlin, 3 Iowa, 532 ; The Freedom, L. R., 3 P. C. 594. 

order and well conditioned. In bill of lading. Bradstreet v. 

Heran, 2 Blatchf. 1 16 ; Price v. Powell, 3 N. Y. 322. 

reason to apprehend an attack. In statute. Baker v. State 

49 Ala. 350. 

team. In contract. Sanson v. Madison, 15 Wis. 144. 

tenantable repair. Thorndike v. Burridge, in Mass. 531. 

title. In charter. Warner v. Middlesex, etc., R. Co., 21 Conn. 

445- 
In contract. 



Kyle V. Kavanaugh, 103 Mass. 358. 



20 



d&US{is'»tss 



GOOD. 



154 



GOODS. 



OOOD — Continued. 

warranty deed of conveyance. In contract. Parker v. 

Parmele, 20 Johns. 130 (11 Am. Dec. 253). 

watch. In insurance policy. Parker v. Bridgeport Ins. Co., 10 

Gray, 302. 

apparent order. In bill of lading. The California, 2 Sawy. 12; 

The Oriflamme, i Sawy. 176. 
OOODS. Ayres. v. French, 41 Conn. 142. 

In indictment. Pickett v. State, 60 Ala. 77. 

In insurance policy. Cowley v. Cohen, 3 B. & Ad. 488; Wilkinson 

V. Hyde, 3 C. B. (N. S.) 44- 
In statute. Clay v. Yates, i Hurl. & N. 74 ; Smith v. Reynolds, i 
Hurl. & N. 222; Zung ?/. R. Co., 10 B. & S. 604; Pumphrey v. 
The Parkersburg, 2 West. Law Month. 491. 
;. and chattels. Collins v. People, 39 111. 233 ; Lauton v. Hick- 
man, 9 Q. B. 563 ; Passive Man. Co. v. Hoffman, 3 Daly, 495- 
In bond. Hays v. Bouthalier, i Mc 347- 
In contract. Gibbs v. Usher, i Holmes, 348. 

In statute. Rex v. Crone, i Jebb. 47 ; Reg, v. Mead, 4 C. & P. 535 ". 

. Reg. V. Dean, 2 Leach, 693; Reg. w. Boulton, i Den. C. C. 508; 

Reg. V. Kilham, L. R., i C. C. R. 264; Com. 7/. Eastman, 2 Gray, 

76; State V. Calvin, 2 Zabr. 207 ; Com. v. Swinney, i Va. Cas. 146 ; 

U. S. V. Moulton, 5 Mason, 537; Hall v. State, 3 Ohio St. 575: 

Com. V. Bennett. 118 Mass. 452; State v. Brooks, 4 Conn. 446: 

• Strachan 7'. Thomes, 12 Ad. & Ell. 549; Batzell v. Hall, i Litt. 

99 : Thompson v. Chevean, 7 Mart. 331 ; Coombs v. Beaumont. 5 

B. & Ad. 76 ; Hornblower 7'. Proud, 2 B. & Aid. 334. 

and merchandise. American Ins. Co. v. Griswold, 14 Wend. 

399- 
In insurance policy. Allegre v. Maryland Ins. Co.. i Gill & J. 136 (20 

Am. Dec. 424); Duplanty t*. Commer. Ins. Co., Anth. N. P. 157- 
In statute. Chamberlain v. West. Transp. Co., 44 N. Y. 305. 

or movables. /««//•//. Jackson 7^. Robinson, 1 Yeates, loi. 

out of any church, ht statute. Rex ?'. Rourke, i Russ. & Ry. 



387- 
— sold and delivered. In pleading;-. 

141. 
specie and efibcts. In insurance policy 



Doug. 419. 
. usually kept in country stores. 



Galbreath ?'. Cole, 61 Ala. 

Gregory v. Christie, 3 

In insurance policy. Pinder 
7'. Kings County Ins. Co., 36 N. Y. 648, 

wares and merchandise. In statute. Lee 7>. Griffin, i B. & S. 

272; Pickering 7/. Appleby, i Comyns, 354; Colt v. Nettewill, 2 P. 
Wms. 304 ; Mussell v. Cooke, Finch's Prec. Ch. 533 ; CruU v. Dodson. 
Sel. Cas. Ch. 41; Duncuft v. Albrecht, 12 Sim. 189; Humble v. 
Mitchell, II Ad. & E. 205; Heseltine v. Siggers, i Exch. 856: 
Tempest v. Kilner, 3 C. B. 249 ; Bowlby v. Bell, 3 C. B. 284: Bradley 
-v. Holdsworth, 3 Mees. & W.4W ; Watson v. Spratley. 10 Exch. 222 ; 
Paule V. Gunn, 4 Bing. N. R. 445: Tisdale v. Harris, 20 Pick. 13; 
The Elizabeth, 2 Mason, 407: Eastern R. Co. 7/. Benedict, 10 Gray, 212 ; 
North V. Forest, 1 5 Conn. 400 ; Fay v. Wheeler, 44 Vt. 292 ; Colvin v. 
Williams, 3 Harr. & J. 38 ; Baldwin v. Williams, 3 Mete. (Mass.) 395 ; 



GOODS. 



GOODS. 



X55 



GOOSEHORN. 



act. Parker %>. 
port Ins. Co., lo 
irnia, 2 Sawy. 12; 

1.488; Wilkinson 

1 V. Reynolds, i 
>4; Pumphrey v. 

Lauton v. Hick- 
, Daly, 495- 



i.4 C. & P. 535; 

Den. C. C. 508; 
Eastman, 2 Gray, 
y, I Va. Cas. 146 ; 

3 Ohio St. 575: 
ks, 4 Conn. 446 ; 
1 V. Hall, I Litt. 
3s V. Beaumont, 5 

334. 

riswold, 14 WenH. 

I Gill & J. 136 (20 
nth. N. P. 157- 
• Y. 305. • 
1 Yeates, loi. 
rke, I Russ. & Ry. 

h 1'. Cole, 61 Ala. 

;gory v. Christie, 3 

nee policy. Pindar 

V. Griffin, i B. & S. 
V. Nettewill, 2 P. 
(3;Crullz'. Dodson. 
1. 189; Humble v. 
jers, I Exch. 856 ; 
iC. B. 284; Bradley 
itley, 10 Exch. 222 ; 
^arris, 20 Pick. 13; 
ledict, loGray, 212; 
. Vt. 292 ; Colvin v. 
3 Mete. (Mass.) 395 ; 




GOODS- Continued. 

Mills V. Gore, 20 Pick. 28; Clapp v. Shcphard, 23 Pick. 228 ; Riggs 
V. Magruder, 2 Cranch, 143, Peabody ?/.• Speyers, 56 N. Y. 230: 
Somerby v. Buntin, 118 Mass. 285; Beers v. Crowe 11, Dudley, 29; 
Walker v. Supple, 54 Ga. 178 ; Gadsden v. Lance. McMull (S. C), 
Eq. 87 ; Gooch v. Holmes. 41 Me. 523 ; Whittemore i: Gibbs, 24 N. 
H. 484; Vawter v. Griffin, 40 Ind. 593; Hudson v. Weir, 29 Ala. 
294; Pray v. Mitchell, 60 Me. 430; Smith v. Bouck, 33 Wis. 19: 
Fine 7/. Hornsby, 2 Mo. App. 61 ; Chanter v. Dickinson, 5 Man. & 
G. 253; Gould V. B.inks, 8 Wend. (N. Y.) 562; Sowers v. Osborne. 
I Stra. 506; Clayton :'. Andrews, 4 Burr. 2101 ; Groves v. Buck, 3 
Maule & S. 178; Downs v. Ross, 23 Wend. 270; Sewall v. Fitch. 8 
Cow. 215; Crookshank v. Bunell, 18 Johns. 58; Robertson v. 
Vaughan, 5 Sandf. i ; Bronson v. Wiman. 10 Barb. 406 ; Donovan 
V. Willson, 26 Barb. 1 38 ; Bennett ;/. Hull. 10 Johns. 364 ; Parsons v. 
Loucke, 48 N. Y. 17 ; Deal v. Maxwell, 51 N. Y. 652 ; Bates v. Cos- 
ter, I Hun, 400; Reutjh v. Long, 27 Md. 188; Waterman v. Meigs; 
4 Cash. (Mass.) 497; Jackson v. Covert, 5 Wend. (N. Y.) 139; 
Houghtaling v. B.'.il, 19 Mo. 84; Ellison v. Brigham. 38 Vt. 64. 
Mixer?/. Howarth, 21 Pick. (Mass.) 205; Mead v. Case, 33 Barb. (N. 
Y.) 202 ; Wilks v. Atkinson, 6 Taiint. 12 ; Watts v. Friend, 10 Barn. 
& C. 446 ; Bowman v. Conn, 8 Ind. 58 ; Pitkin 7'. Noyes. 48 N. H. 
294; Smith V. Surnian, 9 Barn. & C. 561 ; Northern v. State, i Ind. 
112; Seymour v. Davis, 2 S.indf. (N. Y.) 239; Ide v. Stanton. 15 Vt. 
685 ; Garbutt v. Watson, 5 Barn. & Aid. 613 ; Lamb v. Crafts, 12 Mete. 
356; AtwaterT/. Hough, 29Conn. 508; ONeilv.New York MiningCo.. 
3 Nev. 141 ; Edwards v. Grand Trunk R. Co., 54 Me. 105 ; Finney 7'. 
Apgar, 31 N. J. L. 266; Clark v. Nichols, 107 Mass. 517; Goddard v. 

Binney, 115 Mass. 450; Sewall v. Fitch, 8 Cow. 219; Smith v. N. Y. 

Cent. R. Co., 4 Keyes, 180; Killmore v. Howlett, 48 N. Y. 569; 

Gardner 7'. Joy, 9 Mete. 179; Spencer v. Cone, i Mete. (Mass.) 283; 

Mattison v. Wescott, 13 Vt. 258; Allen v. Jarvis, 20 Conn. 38; 
.Cummings v. Dennett, 26 Me. 401 ; Cason v. Cheely, 6 Ga. 554; 

Bird 7/. Muhlinbrink, i Rich. (S. C.) Law, 199; Buxton v. Bedall. 3 
■ East, 303 ; Hight v. Ripley, 19 Me. 139 ; Parker v. Schenck. 28 Barb. 

(N. Y.) 38; Abbott V. Gilchrist, 38 Me. 260; Winship v. Buzzard. 

9 Rich. (S. C.) Law, 103; Higgins v. Murray, 4 Hun (N. Y.), 565; 

Clay 7/. Yates, i Hurl. & N. 73 : Lee v. Griffin, i Best & S. 27? ; Scott 

7/. Eastern Counties R. Co., 12 Mees. & W. 33; Fine v. Horsley, 2 

Mo. (App.) 61; Smith v. Wilcox, 11^ N. Y. 353; Crookshank ?'. 

Bunnell, 18 Johns. 58(9 Am. Dec. 58); Fine v. Hornesby, 2 Mo. 

(App.) 61 ; Forbes v. Marsh, 1 5 Conn. 408 ; The Elizabeth & Jane, 

2 Mason, 407 ; U. S. v. Chain Cable, 2 Sumn. 362 ; U. S. v. Cordage, 

Gilp. 299 ; Sewall v. Allen, 6 Wend. 335. 
wares, merchandise, articles or objects. In statute. The Dis- 
tilled Spirits, II Wall. 356.. 

all my and chattels. In •will. Jepson v. Key. 2 H. & C. 878. 

GOOD-WILL. liell v. Ellis, 33 Cal. 620 ; Howe v. Searing, 6 Bosw. 354 : Eenn v. Bolles, 

7.Abb. Pr. 202 ; Glen, etc., Manfg. Co. v. Hall, 61 N. Y. 226; Bradford 

V. Peckham, 9 R. I. 250; Sherman v. Houghton, 5 Blatchf. 285. 
Jn contract. Smith v. Gibbs. 44 N. H. 343 : Llewellyn v. Rutherford. 

L. R., 10 C. P. 457 ; Brown v. Moss, 70 N. Y. 465 ; Mitchell v. Read, 

19 Hun, 418. 
GOOSEHOBN. Dyer?'. Morris, 4 Mo. 218. 



mnHlinWII«t»^«/«illH,H«>.»-,..r,.^^..— »«»,-....,.■ . f1| | H| | f |||.|| 



156 




GRACE. 

QBADINa. 

QBAIN. 



Hewit 



QBANABY. 

GBAMMAB. 

GRAND. 



GRAinTE. 
GRANT. 



GOVERNOR. ^^__^ 

GOVERNOR. In complaint. Bridg^rt Savings Bk. v. Randall. 15 Wis. 541. 
In statute. Whitsett v. Forehand. 79 N- C 230. 
Mechanics' Bk. V. Merchants' Bk.. 6 Mete. 22. 

Aldrich v. Providence, 12 R. I. 241. 
Daws V. Benn, i B. & C. 767- 
In lease. Smith v. Clayton, 29 N. J. (L.) 357- 
In statute. Holland v. State, 34 Ga. 455- 

in stacks and granary on Harm. In insurance policy. 

V. Watertown Ins. Co., 55 Iowa 100. 

other . In contract. Warren v. Peabody, 8 C. B. 800. 

In statute. State v. Wilson, 47 N. H. loi . 

schools. In constitution. Jenkins v. Andover, 103 Mass. 97- 

^i^a^u jury. Low's Case. 4 Greenl. 439 ('6 Am. Dec. 27). 

\^2^,:. Mason, 2 Sne.d. 6,8 ; Smart ... King, Me,g.. .49 (33 

Am. Dec. i37).- .,^ . , „ ,,„ 
building. In insurance policy. Medina v. Bu.lders Ins. Co., 120 

Mass. 225. , T^ . i" 1 

Seale v. Ford, 29 Cal. ,04 ; U. S. v. Clarke, 8 Pet. 436; Darby v. Cal- 

laghan, 16N. Y. 7'- 
In assignment of lease. Blair v. Rankin. 1 1 Mo. 440. 
In deed. Crowther v. Wentworth, 6 B. & C. 37. ; Moneypenny v. 

Moneypenny, 9 H. L. Cas. 114- ^, , o r- ,„ 

In lease Barker v. Harris, 9 Ad. & Ell. 532 ; Grannis v. Clarke, 8 Co« . 

5^2; Jackson v. Bemis. 1 McClelland. 64; Stott .. Rutherford, 2 

Otto. 108. », J 1 „ 

In statute. Rice .. Railroad Co.. . Black 358 ; Brewster . Madde^ 

, 5 Kas. 249 ; RossV. Adams. 4 Dutch. 161 ; i Vroom, 505 . Po"er 7 . 

Holland, 4 Blatchf. 206. 

demise. In lease. Barney t/. Keith, 4 Wend. 502. 

bargain and sell. In deed. MuUer v. Boggs, 25 Cal. I75 : "awk 

..Sllough.2. 111.220; King .^Gibson 3^ lU. 348 ; Taggert .. 
Rislev X Oregon. 235: Frost v. Raymond, 2 Caines. 188(2 Am. 
De U; rr'mst'rong.. Darby, 26 Mo. 5.7 ; Dickson .. De.re 23 
Mo. .5. Chambers v. Smith. 23 Mo. 174: Alexander v. Schre^er 
r. Mo 272 • S C 10 Mo. 460 ; Mosely v. Hunter, 1 5 Mo. 323 : Carter 
l^s'^^'l^rdV. M0.577; collier ..Gamble. .0 Mo^ 467 ; SteUon - 
Rease. .0 Mo. 474; Clove v. Graham, 64 Mo. 249 I B"^/" ^^a^of ei 
60 Mo. 138; Blossom 7'. Van Court, 34 Mo. 390; Pra" 7/. Eato" ^5 
Mo I 7 Winston v. Vaughan, 22 Ark. 73; Funk v. Vone.da, 11 S. 
& R. Ifo'cu Am De6. 6.7); Benton Co. .. Rutherford, 33 Ark. 640; 

Brodie 7/. Watkins, 31 Ark. 319- PK.rr e Ala 1:86 • 

In statute. Maguire v. Riggen, 44 Mo. 5.2 ; Gee v. Pharr, 5 Ala. 586. 

Claunchv. Allen, 12 Ala. 159- „ u„ t„^ 
bargain, sell and convey. Indeed. Bethell 7.. Bethell. 54 md. 

428. 
bargain, sell and enfeoff. Indeed. Perry 7/. Price, i Mo. 553. 

make over and 'ndeed. Jackson t/. Alexande, 3 Johns. 484. 

by . In statute. McV^y v. Green Bay R. Co.. 42 Wis 532. 



GRANT. 



GRANT. 



157 



GROUND. 



'is. 541. 



policy, Hewit 
800. 

03 Mass. 97. 

sey V. Berkeley, 
88; 3N. Y. 538: 
, Meigs, 149 (33 

;rs' Ins. Co., 120 

5 ; Darby v. Cal- 

Moneypenny v, 

V. Clarke, 8 Cow. 
V. Rutherford, 2 

(vster V. Madden, 
ni, 505 ; Potter v. 

02. 

5 Cal. 175 ; Hawk 
1. 348 ; Taggert v. 
lines, 188(2 Am. 
4Son V. Desire, 23 
ider V. Schreiber, 
5 Mo. 323 ; Carter 
0. 467 ; Stetton v. 
Bukler v. Rogers, 
Pratt V. Eaton, 65 
: V. Voneida, 1 1 S. 
rford, 33 Ark. 640; 

Pharr, 5 Ala. 586 ; 

V. Bethell, 54 Ind- 

. Price, I Mo. 553. 
idci 3 Johns. 484- 
, 42 Wis. 532. 



OBANT — Continued. 
new - 



or order of survey. In statute. Pollard v. Kibbe, 14 
Peters, 353. 
Patterson v. Winn, 1 1 Wheat. 380. 

demised and to flurm let. In lease. Stott v. Rutherfo.-d, 2 Otto. 

107. 
Potter V. Holland, 1 Fish. 327. 4 Blatchf. 206 ; Van Rensselaer v. Sheriff, 

I Cow. 501. 
In statute. Pratt v. Eaton, 65 Mo. 1 57 ; Darwin v. Lincoln. 5 B. & Aid. 

450. 
Tasker v. Bartlett, 5 Cush. 365. 
In decree. U. S. v. Hare, 4 Sawyer, 653. 

OBAmriATED. tobacco. In statute. Venable v. Richards, i Hugh. 326, 

OBAVEL. Brown v. Brown, 8 Mete. 573. 

In statute. Hatch v. Hawkins, 126 Mass. 177. 

mare. In indictment. State v. Hill 65 Mo. 84. 

part of them in interest. In statute. Henry v. Thomas, 1 19 



OBANTED. 

OBAITFEE. 

GBAirrOB. 

QBANTOBS. 
OBANTS. 



GBAY. 
GBEATEB. 



Mass. 583. 

OBEENBACE. Hickey v. State, 23 Ind. 21 ; Wesley v. State, 61 Ala. 282. 
In indictment. Wesley v. State, 61 Ala. 282. 

o\irrenoy. Innate. Barton z/. Brooks, 25 Ark. 215. 

GBEYHOUND. In statute. Brairley v. Athorpe, 5 B. & Aid. 320. 

GBIEVED. parties . In statute. Butcher v. Harrison, 4 B. & Ad. 130. 

QBEBVOUS. bodily harm. Reg v. McNeill, i Crauf. & Dix C. C. 80 ; Rex v. 

Hunt. I Moody, 93 ; Rex v. Phillips, i Crauf. & Dix, 164 ; Reg. v. 
Carruthers, 3 Crauf. & Dix, 391 ; Rex v. Cox, Russ. & Ry. 362. 
Patterson v. Dudley, 12 Gray, 375- 

income. In statute. Opinion of Judges, 5 Mete. 598. 

neglect of duty. In statute. Smith v. Smith, 22 Kas. 699; 



GBINDSTONE. 
GBOSS. 



Thorp V. Thorp, Wright, 763- 

negligence. Austin v. R. Co., 10 C. B. 474; Gill v. Middleton, 



OBOSSLY. 



OBOUin). 



105 Mass. 479; Neal v. Gillett, 23 Conn. 443: Hinton v. Dibbin, 2 

Q. .B. 648. 
In contract. Beal v. South Devon R. Co., 3 H. & C. 337. 
In insurance policy. Lycoming Ins. Co. v. Barringer, 73 111. 230; 

Campbell v. Monmouth, etc., Ins. Co., 59 Me. 430. 
In statute. Hansford v. Payne, 11 Bush, 382; Railroad v. Robinson, 

4 Bush, 509; Tudor v. Lewis. 3 Mete. 385: Lexington v. Lewis, 10 

Bush, 699; Board v. Seance, 2 Duv. 576; Railroad v. Murphy, 9 

Bush, 525. 
receipts from passengers. In statute. New Jersey Steam Co. 

V. Pleasanton, 8 Blatchf. 259. 
wantonly or cruelly to neglect. In statute. Hurlburt v. 

Hurlburt, 14 Vt. 561 ; Mandigo v. Mandigo, 15 Vt. 786; Jennings v. 

Jennings, 16 Vt. 607 ; Peabody v. Peabody, 104 Mass. 195 ; Holt v. 

Holt, 117 Mass. 202. 
Com. V. Roxbury, 9 Gray, 49' • 
In deed Scratton v. Brown, 4 B. & C. 503: Fere v. Sixth Ward 

School Dist.. 76 Pa. St. 376. 
chicory. Arthur v. Herold. 10 Otto, 77. 



MMtk 



♦-H. 



GROUND. 
GEOXTND- 



158 



HABIT. 



-Continued. 

- of action. 



._ ui »«»w". In slatutc. Nash v. Adams, 24 Conn. 33; Howland 

V. Couch. 43 Conn. 52 : Church v. Syracuse Coal Co.. 32 Conn. 372. 

OBOUND-RENT. In lease. Wesley v. Walker, 26 W. R. 368 



GROUNDS. 
GROW. 

GROWING 
GRUB. 



Dunning, 30 M. 



In statute. State . . lersey City, 1 Dutch. 525. 

money to due. In assignment. Brainerd 

Y.711. 

crops . In statute. Bradner v. Faulkner, 34 N. Y. 347. 

clear and pUe the bush. In contract. Holmes v. Samuel, 1 5 

111.412. 
GUANO Whiton v. Albany Ins. Co., 109 Mass. 24. 

GUARANTEE. In contract. Warren v. Palmer, 24 Mo. 78 ; Packer 7. Benton, 35 
GUABAJI 1 J«.. ^^^^ ^^^ _ ^^^^^^ ^ ^.j^^ ^^^ ^,^^^ ^j, . Boyd V. Moyle, 2 C. H. 

652. 
the payment. In note. Oxford Bk. v. Haynes, 8 Pick. 423 («9 

Am. Dec. 334) : Allen v. Rishtmire, 20 Johns. 365 (' ' Am. Dec. 288). 

I .,^iu . McNaughton v. Conkling, 9 Wis. 316. 

GUARANTEED. for cargo in all this jaonth. In charter-party. Barker v. 

McAndrew, 18 C. B. (N. S.) 760. 
dividend . In charter. Lockhartt/.Van Alstyne, 31 Mich. 76(18 

Am. Rep. 156). 

quantity . In contract. Bissell t/. Campbell, 54 N. Y. 353- 

Ayres v. Findley, i Pa. St. 501 ; Dale v. Young. 24 Pick 250; RedHeld 

V. Haight, 27 Conn. 3« : McMillan v. Bulls Head Bk., 32 Ind 1 . : 

Durham v. Manrow, 4 N. Y. 533 ; Parker v. Culverson, i Wall. Jr. 

Ini,romhsory note. Durham v. Manrow, 4 N. Y. 533: Allen v. Right- 
mire. 20 Johns. 365 (II Am. Dec. 288); Johnson v. Chapman. 3 P«. 
18; Parker z/. Culbertson, i Wall. Jr. i49- 

Bass V. Cook, 4 Port. 390. 

In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 13 Q- B. 642 : McCready v. Wilcx. 
33 Conn. 327. 

in gocage. Combs v. Jackson. 3 Wend. 153 (19 Am. Dec. 568). 

natural . In statute. Mauro v. Forrest, 3 Cranch C. C. 147. 



GUARANTY. 



GUARDIAN. 



GUARDIANS. 
GUEST. 



GUILTY. 



GULF. 
HABIT. 



In statute. Reg. v. St. Pancross, i El. B. & El. 598. 

Manningz/. Wells. 9 Humph. 746; McDonald v. E^Kerton. 5 Barb^56o : 
Shoecraft v. Bailey. 25 Iowa. 553; Smith v. Keyes, 2 N. Y. (S. t.) 
6<;o • InRolsbee v. Wood. 36 Barb. 452 : Norcross v. Norcross, 53 Me. 
163' Jalie v. Cardinal. 35 Wis. 118; Pinkerton 7/. Woodward. 33 
Cal 557 • Willard v. Rhinehardt, 2 E. D. Smith. 148 ; Mason v. 
Thompscin, 9 Pick. 280 (20 Am. Dec. 47O ; Willing v. Potter 35 
Conn. 185: Coykendall v. Eaton. 55 Barb. 188; Berkshire Woolen 
Co. V. Proctor. 7 Cush. 417; McDaniels v. Robinson. 26 Vt. 316; 
Grinnell v. Cook, 3 Hill, 485- 

In verdict of jury. State v. White, 25 Wis. 360. 

ofassaultwith attempt to dommit a rape. Inverdict. Prince 

V. State, 35 Ala. 367. 
of Finland. Uhde v. Walters. 3 Camp. 1 5. 



person in the of getting intoxicated. 

People, 76 111. 3". 



In statute. Mulliniz v. 



MWWM 



HABIT. 



n. 33 ; Howland 
\, 32 Conn. 372. 



)unning, 30 N. 

i('. 347- 

js V. Samuel, 1 5 



3r V. Benton, 35 
V. Moyle, 2 C. B. 

, 8 Pick. 423 (19 
1 Am. Dec. 288). 

arty. Barker -••. 

le, 31 Mich. 76(18. . 

. N. Y. 353. 
ck. 250; Redficld 
Bk., 32 Ind. 1 1 ; 
jrson, I Wall. Jr. 

, ; Allen V. Riglit- 
/. Chapman, 3 Pa. 

Cready 7'. Wilcox. 

9 Am. Dec. 568). 
[ich C. C. 147- 

srton, 5 Barb. 560 ; 
'es. 2 N. Y. (S. C.) 
/. Norcross, 53 Me.. 
i). Woodward. 33 
;h, 148 ; Mason v. 
illing V. Potter, 35 
Berkshire Woolen 
linson, 26 Vt. 316 ; 

In verdict. Pri nee 



tatute. Mullinix v. 



JTABITANCY. 



159 



HAZARD. 



HABIT ANCY. 
HABITATION 
HABITUAL. 



Lyman v. Fiskc, 17 Pick. 231 (28 Am. Dec. 293). 
In statute. Rex v. Cahill, i Jebb. 37. 

drunkard. Com, v. Whitney. 5 Gray, 85 ; Ludwig v. Com., 6 

Harris (Pa.), 172; State v. Pratt, 34 Vt. 323. 

HABITUALLT. use intoxicating drinks. In insurance application, Swick 

V. Home Ins. Co., 2 Dill. 160. 
HACKNEY-COACH. Masterson v. Short, 33 How. Pr. 481. 

HAIB. of animals. In statute. Von Slade v. Arthur, 13 Blatchf. 251. 

HALL. for purposes. In lease. Hanrahan ?'. O'Reilly, 102 Mass. 202. 

HAND. logs on . In contract. Crouch v. Parker, 56 N. Y. 597. 

HANDICBAPT. In statute. Beadon v. Parlett, L. R., 6 Q. B. 718. 

HANDICRAFTSMAN. or artificer. In statute. Lawrence v. Todd, 14 C. B. 

(N. S.) 554- 
HANDKERCHIEFS, six — 
HANDWRITING. Com. v. Webster, 5 Cush. 301. 



In indictment. Rex v. Nibbs, i Moody, 25. 



HAPPEN. 

HAPPINESS. 

HARBOR. 



HARBORAGE. 

HARBORING. 

HARD-PAN. 

HAS. 

HAT. 

HATS. 

HATH. 
HAVE. 



HAVEN. 
HAVING. 



'■ /MiflWtKM'^-^ ' 




HAWKER. 

HAYS. 

HAZARD. 



State V. Messmore, 14 Wis. 193. 

In constitution. Re Smith, 38 Cal. 704. 

Jones V. Van Zandt, 5 How. 215 , Queen v. Dock Co., 7 Q. B. i. 

In statute. Van Mehr v. Mitchell, 2 Wall. Jr. 31. 

of Boston. Martin 7'. IMlton, 9 Mete. 371. 

Hays V. Briggs, 74 Pa. St. 373. 

In statute. Van Metre v. Mitchell, 2 Wall. Jr. 311. 
In contract. Dickinson v. Water Comrns., 2 Hun, 615. 
In statute. Atty.-Gen. v. Middleton, 3 Hurl. & N. 136. 

braids. In statute. Arthur v. Stephani, 6 Otto, 125. 

of straw, chip or grass. In statute. U. S. v. Goodwin, 4 Mason,. 

128. 

been resident. In warrant. Kinning's Case, 10 Q. B. 730. 

In statute. Bodenham v. St. Andrews, i El. &.B1. 469. 

obtained. In statute. Benjamin v. Belcher, 11 Ad, & Ell. 367. 

or keep any house for publio entertainment. In statute. 

Queen v. Strungell, 7 B. & S. 127. 

subscribed. In statute. London R. Co. v. Graham, i Q. B. 271. 

any charge I niade. In will. Van Alstyne v. Van Alstyne, 

28 N. Y. 375. 
every man you in your employ. In contract. McDonald v. 

Berrick, 43 Mich. 438. 
I sold. In contract. Atwood v. Cobb, 16 Pick, 227 (r*^ Am. 

Dec. 657). 
U. S. V. Morel, 13 Am. Jur. 279. 

advanced' In guaranty. Balnbridge v. Wade, 16 Q, B. loi. 

agieed. In pleading. Tanner 7/. Bury, 9 Q. B. i. 

and holding lands. In statute. Ward v. Cost, 10 B. & C. 649. 

resigned. Steele v. Hot, ^4 Q. B. 431. 

without issue. In will. Cole v. Goble, 13 C. B. 454. 

Com. V. Ober, 12 Cush. 495. 

In statute. Brawley v. Athorpe, 5 B. & Aid. 320. 

extreme . Kmg v. Hartford Ins. Co., i Conn. 421. 



J 



HAZARDOUS. 



z6o 



HEIR. 



HAZABDOUS. In insurance policy. Pinder v. Continental Ins. Co., 38 N. Y. 364. 

extra . In insurance policy. Pinder v. Continental Ins. Co., 38 

N. Y. 364. 
more business. In statute. Mut. Fire Ins. Co. v. Coatsville 

Shoe Factory, 80 Pa. St. 407. 
not . In insurance policy, Pinder r/. Continental Ins. Co., 38 N. Y. 

364- 
other extra purposes. In insurance policy. Reynolds v. Com. 

Fire Ins. Co., 47 N. Y. 597. 
specially . In insurance policy. Pinder z/. Continental Ins. Co., 

38 N. Y. 364. 

HEAD. of a fiunily. In statute. Parsons?/. Livingston, 11 Iowa, 104; 

Wade 7>. Jones, 20 Mo. 75 ; Brown v. Brown, 68 Mo. 388 ; Whitehead 

tt Tapp,69 Mo. 415 ; Nash v. Norment, 5 Mo. (App.) 545 ; Barney v. 

Leeds, 51 N. H. 253; Lathrop v. Soldiers' Loan Soc, 45 Ga. 483; 

Marsh v. Lazenby, 41 Ga. 153 ; State v. Spencer, 64 Mo. 355 ; Garaty 

V. Du Bose, 5 S. C. 493; Sallee v. Waters, 17 Ala. 482 ; Ekichman v. 

Crawford, 3 Humph. 216; Ladiga v. Roland, 2 How. 581; Whalen 

V. Cadman, 11 Iowa, 266; Rountree v. Dennard, 59 Ga. 629 (27 Am. 

Rep. 629) ; Lynch v. Pace, 40 Ga. 173. 
In treaty. Turner v. Fish, 28 Miss. 306. 

of an Indian. In treaty. Morgan v. Fowler, 2 Yerg.450. 

of department. In city charter. Roosevelt v. Draper, 28 N. Y, 

318. 
other of the corporation. In statute. City of Sacramento v. 

Fowle, 21 Wall. 1 19. 

HEALTH. good. In insurance policy. Swick t/. Home Ins. Co., 2 Dill. 160; 

Peacock v. N. Y. Life Ins. Co., 20 N. Y. 293. 
HEALTHY. Bell v. Jeffries, 13 Ired. (L.) 356. 

and able-bodied person. In statute. Town of Marlborough 

V. Sisson, 26 Conn. 57 ; Starksboro v. Hinesburgh, 15 Vt. 200. 
HEAB. In statute. King ?/. Justices, 2 Ad. & Ell. 772. 

and determine. Cutler v. Wall, 9 R. I. 264. 

HEABD. not been of. Prudential Ass. Co. v. Edmunds, 2 App. Cas. 489. 

suit has been . In statute, Wilson v. Hood, 3 H. & C. 148. 

HEABING. In statute. Queen v. Exeter, 5 Q. B. 342 ; TunniclifTe v. Tedd, 5 C. B. 
554- 

of any motion. In statute. Morgan v. Alexander, L. R., 10 C. 

P. 185. 
of the application. In statute. Queen v. Stamper, i Q. B. 120. 

HEAT. of passion. State z/. Wieners, 66 Mo. 13. 

iiyuries in consequence of . In bill of lading. Cragin v. N. Y. 

Cent. R. R., 51 N. Y. 61. 
HEIFEB. In statute. Milligan v. Jefferson Co., 2 Mon. Terr. 543 ; Pomeroy v. 

Tumpcr, 8 Allen, 403. 
UELU. Sugg 7/. Tyson, 2 Hawks. 472 ; Henry v. Henry, 9 Ired. (L.) 278 ; Ward 

V. Stow, 2 Dev. Eq. 509; Castro v. Tennant, 41 Cal. 253 ; Brownell v. 
Brownell, 10 R. I. 509. 
In statute. Gillespie v. Nabors, 59 Ala. 491 ; State v. Engle, i Zab. 347. 
In will. Wurter v. Penatt, 6 Man. & G. 379. 



y tT>i^^*i>~~- v»* mmm 



»n8E^-*'>^*< 



HEIR. 



HEIR. 



i6i 



HEIRS. 



8 N. Y. 364- 
ital Ins. Co.. 38 

0. V. Coatsville 
[ns.Co..38N.Y. 
eynolds v. Com. 
inental Ins. Co.. 

n, II Iowa, 104; 

388 ; Whitehead 
)545; Barney T/. 
Soc, 45 Ga. 483; 

Mo. 355 : Garaty 
182 ; Bachman v. 
}w. 581 ; Whalen 
) Ga. 629 (27 Am. 



Yerg.450- 
Draper, 28 N. Y. 

of Sacramento v. 
8. Co., 2 Dill. 160; 



I of Marlborough 
>, 15 Vt. 200. 

s, 2 App. Cas. 489. 

} H. & C. 148. 

le V. Tedd, 5 C. B. 

ander, L. R., 10 C. 

imper, i Q. B. 120. 

'. Cragin v. N. Y. 

<■• 543 ; Pomeroy v. 

red. (L.) 278 ; Ward 
U. 253 ; Brownell v. 

V. Engle, I Zab. 347. 



HEIBLOOMS. 
HEIBS. 



*• ^^«(fe*»a*''---^* 




HEIB — Continued. 

at law. In will. Harrison v. Nixon, 9- Peters, 483 ; Aspdcn's 

Estate. 2 Wall. Jr. 368. 

at law of the testator. In statute Fortune v. Buci<. 23 Conn. 1 . 

eldest . In will Canedy v. Haskins, 13 Mete. 403. 

without an at death. In will. Robinson 7>. Bishop, 23 Ari<. 

379- 
In will. Byng v. Byng, 10 H. L. Cas. 171. 

Merrill v. Atkin, 59 111. 19; Richards 7>. Miller, 62 III. 417; Powell v. 
Brandon, 24 Miss. 343. 

In contract. Jacobs ^>. Jacobs, 42 Iowa, 600. 

In deed. Loring 7'. Elliott, 16 Gray, 568; Sedgwick v. Laflin, 10 
Allen, 431; Knowlton t. Leavitt, 121 Mass. 307; Whitaker 7/. 
Blair, 3 J. J. Marsh. 236; Knowlton v. Leavitt, 121 Mass. 307; 
Twelves v. Neevil, 39 Ala. 175; Hunter v. Wilson, 12 Cal. 376; 
Macumber v. Bradley, 28 Conn. 445 ; Sweet v. Dutton, 109 Mass. 
589 ; Cole V. Lake Co., 54 N. H. 242 ; Doc 71. Sneddle, 2 B. & Aid. 
129. 

In lease. Greenaway v. Hart, 14 C. B. 350. 

In note. Cox v. Beltzhover, 11 Mo. 143. 

In statute. Duke of Cumberland v. Graves, 7 N. Y. 305 ; Gold v. Jud- 
son, 21 Conn. 616. 

In will. Keah z/. Grenier, 56 N. Y. 220; Bundy r/. Bundy, 38 N. Y. 
404; Scott 7/. Guernsey, 48 N. Y. 106; Campbell v. Rawdon, 18 N. 
Y. 412; re Phillips, L. R., 7 Eq. Cas. 151 ; re Stevens, L. R., 15 Eq. 
Cas. no; Parsons ^'- Parsons, L. R., 8 Eq. Cas. 260; Richard- 
son V. Martin, 55 N. H. 45; Harris v. McLean, 30 Miss. 533; 
Den V. Barnes, 1 Car. Law Repos. 484 (6 Am. Dec. 547) ; Roome 
V. Counter, i Halst. no (10 Am. Dec. 390); Ulric's Appeal, 86 
Pa. St. 386 (27 Am. Rep. 707); Kown v. Cutler, 26 Conn. 6; 
Cook v. Catlin, 25 Conn. 387; Reinders v. Koppleman, 68 Mo. 482 ; 
Bond's Appeal, 31 Conn. 134; Aspden's Estate, 2 Wall. Jr. 368; 
Larabee v. Larabee, i Root, 555 ; Mace v. Cushman. 45 Me. 250 ; 
Swanson v. Swanson, 2 Swan, 446; Williamson n. Williamson, 
18 B. Mon. 329; Love v. Buchanan, 40 Miss. 788 ; Bailey 7'. Patter- 
son, 3 Rich. (Eq.) 156; Clarke v. Cordis, 4 Allen, 466; Seabrook %>. 
Seabrook, i McMillan Ch. 201 ; Henderson v. Henderson, i Jones 
(L."* ??' • Haley?/. Boston, 108 Mass. 576; Walkerv. Laxton, 1 Younge 

6 J. 569; Lorn g 7/. Thorndyke, 5 Allen, 257 ; Corbett 7/. Corbett, i 
Jones (Eq.) 114, Sweet t/. Dutton, 109 Mass. 559; Porter's Appeal, 45 
Pa. St. 201 ; Dove 7/. Torr, 128 Mass. 38; RussingT/. Russmg. 25 Ind. 
63; Drake 7/. Pell, 3 Edw. 251 ; Rand 7/. Sawyer, 1 1 5 Mass. 124; Ingram 
V. Smith, I Head, 411 ; Lee v. Lee, 7 B. Mon. 607; Williamson v, 
Williamson, 18 B. Mon. 367; Weir's Will, 9 Dana, 442; Allen v. 
Vanmeter, i Mete. 277 ; Clay v. Clay, 2 Duv, 296 ; Feltman 7/. Butts, 
8 Bush, 120; Scudder v. Van Arsdale, 2 Beasley, 109; Demarest 7>. 
Hopper, 2 Zab. 599; Kennedy ?/. Kennedy, 5 Dutch. 195; Den 7/. 
Lanquar, i South, 301 ; Ward v. Stow, 2 Dev. Eq. 509 (27 Am. Dec. 
238) ; Roach v. Martin, i Hart'. 548 (27 Am. Dec. 746). , 

and assigns. In will. Guernsey v. Guernsey, 36 N. Y. 267; 

re Newton, L. R., 4 Eq. Cas. 171 ; Brookman 7/. Smith, 6 Ex. 291 ; 

7 Ex. 271 ; Buxton 71. Inhabitants, 10 Mete. 36; Jamaica Pond 
21 



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HEIRS. 



X62 



HEREDITAMENT. 



\ 






HEIRS — Continued. 

Aqueduct Co. v. Chandler, 9 Allen, isy; (^itl'urd ?'. Choiitf, 100 
Mass. 34. 

at law. In will. Bundy v. Bundy, 38 N. Y. 404; Minot v. Tap- 
pan, 12a Mass. 535; Orr 7/. Hodgson, 4 Wheat. 453; McKinney?/. 
Stewart, .5 Kas. 384; Lombard v. Boyden, 5 Allen, 249; Abbott v, 
Bradstreet, 3 Allen, 587 ; Aspden's Estate, 3 Wall. Jr. 368. 

lawfVilly begotten. In will. Clarke v. Smith, 49 Md, 106 

male. In deed. Brunc v. Martyn, 8 B. & C. 51 1. 

In will. Hamilton v, Wentworth, 58 Me. loi. 

male of the body. In will. Toller v. Atwood, 1 5 Q. B. 929. 

male of his body. In will. Jordan v. Adams, 6 C. B. (N. S.) 

748 ; 9 Id. 490. 

of the body. In deed. Monroe v. Bridges, 5 N. Y. 447 ; Roberts 

V. Ogdbourne, 37 Ala. 174; Knight v. Knight, 3 Jones (Eq.), 167; 
Houghton V. Kendall, 7 Allen, 72. 

In will. Prescott v. Prescott, 10 B. Mon. 59; Johnson v. Johnson, 2 
Mete. 335 ; Jarvis v. Quigley, 10 B. Mon. 106; Churchill 7/. Churchill, 

2 Mete. 469; Rhodes t/. Ogbourne, 37 Ahi. 174; Williams v. Allen, 
17 Ga. 81 ; Doe v. Hawley, 4 B. C. 623; Right v. Crever, 5 B. & C. 
867. 

of the body lawfully begotten. In will. Raborg v. Ham- 
mond, 2 H. & G. 42. 

or legatees claiming as Buoh. In statute. Harrison ?'. Harri- 
son, 39 Ala. 489. 

or next of kin. In will. Re Thompson, 9 Ch. Div. 607. 

bodily . In devise. Righter v. Forrester, 1 Bush, 279. 

lawful . In will. Smith v. Butcher, to Ch. Div. 113; Crickett 

V. Robinson, 46 N. H. 454 ; Biddle's Appeal, 69 Pa. St. 190. 

lawful of their own. In will. Abbott?'. Essex Co., 18 How. 202. 

legal . In will. Re Dixon, 4 Prob. Div. 81 ; Brown 7'. Lawrence, 

3 Cush. 398. 

their forever. In will. Flournoy v. Flournoy, i Bush, 526. 

and firmly bound. Shattuck v. People, 5 III. 478. 

at the time of marriage. In statute. Witsell v. Charleston, 7 

S. C. 88. 

in trust. In insurance policy. I now v. Carr, 61 Ala. 363. 

carpeting. In statute. Baxter v. Maxwell, 4 Blatchf. 33. 

manufbctures of . In statute. Baxter %'. Maxwell, 4 Blatchf.. 33. 

Ely V. Holton, 1 5 N. Y. 595 ; re Folsom, 56 N. Y. 60. 
In statute. Moore v. Manscrt, 49 N. Y. 332 ; Com v. Inhabitants, 106 

Mass. 268; Com. v. Pegram, i Leigh, 569; Allen v. Com., 2 Leigh, 

727 ; State v, Daley, 29 Conn. 272 ; Com. v. Armstrong, 9 Phila. 429. 
constructed. In statute. Att'y.-Gen. v. Ware River Co., 115 

Mass. 402. 
HEBEDITAMEirF. Queen v. Winchester, 3 Coke, 2 b. 
In deed. King v. Barker, 6 Ad. & Ell. 390. 
In statute. Colebroke v. Tickell, 4 Ad. & EII. 917 ; King v. Trustees, 

3 B. & Ad. 220. 
In will. Vick v. Sueter, 3 El. & Bl. 233. 



HELD. 



HEMP. 



HEREAFTER. 



-rtjTT'Zfr^-^&aaetsiii.-i'j'i'' "»••" 



IITAMENT. 



V. Choiito, loo 

; Mi not V. Tap- 
}; McKinneyr/. 
249; Abbott V. 
X. 368. 
49 Md, 106 



1 5 g. B. 929- 

,. 6 C. B. (N. S.) 

Y. 447 ; Roberts 
Jones (Eq.). 167 ; 

in V. Johnson, 2 
:hill 7A Churchill, 
Williams v. Alien, 
3rever, 5 B. & C. 

Raborg v, Ham- 

arrison v. Harri- 

. Div. 607. 

sh, 279. 

Div. 113; Crickett 

1. St. 190. 

lCo., 18H0W. 202. 

•own 7'. Lawrence, 

y, I Bush, 526. 

478. 

1 V. Charleston, 7 

(I Ala. 363. 
Blatchf. 33. 
:wen. 4 Blatchf.. 33. 
60. 

V. Inhabitants, 106 

V. Com., 2 Leigh, 

itrong, 9 Phila. 429. 

are River Co., 115 



; King v. Trustees, 



HEREIN. 



HEREIN. 



X63 



HIGHWAY. 



— provided. In statute. Hartung %>. People, 28 N. Y. 400. 
HBREINBEFORB. Taylor v. Umatilla Co., 6 Oregon, 401. 

mentioned. In pUa. yuecn ta Inhabitants, 17 g. B. 563. 

In statute, Pye v. Mumford, 11 (J. B. 666. 
HEBETOFOBE. Allison v. Chancy, 63 Mo. 283; Andrews v, Thayer, 40 Conn. 157. 

In constitution. Wynehamer v. People, 13 N. Y. 378. 

In statute. Den v. Goldtrap, i N. J. (L.) 272; Savage v. Brook, 15 C. 
B. (N. S.) 289. 

rendered. In statute. Parsons f. Wayne Ct. Judge, 37 Mich. 

287. 

erected. In statute. State v. Troth, 5 Vroom, 377. 

mentioned. In will. Jepson v. Key, 2 II. & C. 878. 

HERNIA. In insurance policy. Fitton v, Ins. Co., 17 C. B. (N. S.) 134. 

HESITATE. I do not to guaranty. In contract. Gerhard 7>. Bates, 2 El. & 

Bl. 476. 

HIGH. crimes and misdemeanors. In statute. State v. Knapp, 6 Conn. 

415 (16 Am. Dec, 68). 

schooL Att'y.-Gen. v. Butler, 123 Mass. 304. 

seas. U. S. v. Hamilton, i Mason, 152; De Lovio v, Bort, 2 Gall. 

398; U. S. V, Grush, 5 Mason, 290; Johnson v. Twenty-one Bales, 
2 Paine, 601 ; U. S. v, Robinson, 4 Mason, 307 ; U. S. v, Seagrist, 4 
Blatchf. 420; Queen 7/. Anderson, L. R., i C. C. R. 169; U. S. 7/. 
Mose), 13 Am. Jur. 279. 

In statute. U. S. t'. Wilson, 3 Blatchf. 439; U. S.r/. Robinson, 4 Mason, 
307 ; U . S. w. Grush, 5 Mason, 290. 

water mark. Teschamker v, Thompson, 18 Cal. 1 1. 

bidder. Fairfax v. Hopkins, 2 Cranch C. C. 134. 

court of law. In statute. OIney v. Arnold, 3 Dallas, 308. 

Peck W.Smith, i Conn. 103; SutclilTe v. Greenwood, 8 Price, 535; 
Rex V. Cumberworth, 3 B. & Ad. 308 ; Makepeace v. Worden, i N. H. 
16; Stackpole v. Healey, 16 Mass. 33; Jackson v, Hathaway, 15 
Johns. 447; Rex v, Lloyd, i Camp. 260; Coffin v, Plymouth, 49 N. 
H. 173; Young 7/. Cuthbertson, i Macq. H. L.455 ; State v. Johnson. 
Phill. (L.) 140; Vantilburgh v. Shann, 24 N.J. (L.) 740; Jones v, 
Andover, 6 Pick. 59 ; Com. v. Hubbard, 24 Pick. 98 ; People v. 
Jackson, 7 Mich. 432 ; State v, Nudd, 23 N. H. 327 ; Morris v. Bowers, 
Wright, 749; Seneca Road Co, v. Auburn R. Co., 5 Hill, 170; Jones 
V. Andover, 6 Pick. 59 ; Blackstone v, Worcester, 108 Mass. 68. 

In deed. Munn v. Worrell, 53 N. Y. 44. 

In statute, Wallington v. White, 10 C. B. (N. S.) 134 ; Vantilburgh v, 

Shann, 4 Zabr. 740 ; Blackstone v. Comm'rs, 108 Mass. 69 ; Harding 

V. Inhabitants, 10 Mete. 406; Shepherdson v. Inhabitants, 13 Mete. 

59; Reg. 7*. Turnpike Road, 3 El. & Bl. 1002; Chase v. American 

Steamboat Co., 10 R. I. 79; Waterford v. Oxford Co., 59 Me. 450; 

Queen v. Chart, L. R., i C. C. R. 237 ; Loveridge v, Hodsoll. 2 B. 

& Ad. 618 ; Cleaves v. Jordan, 34 Me. 9 ; Pickard v. Howe, 12 Mete. 

198; Glass V. State, 30 Ala. 529. 
public . Imlay v. Union Branch R. Co., 26 Conn. 254 ; U. S. v. 

King, I Cranch C. C. 444; U. S. v, Schwartz, 4 Id. 160; U. S. v. 

Emery, Id. 270. 
In statute, Osmond v, Widdicombe, 2 B. & Aid. 50 ; Comer v. State, 



HIGHEST. 



HIGHWAY. 



JtlUHWAV. 



164 



HOME. 



HIGHWAY - 



HIOHWATS. 

HIM. 

HIM DEB. 

HIBB. 



HmiNO. 
HIS. 



HOABDma. 

HOCUSSED. 

HOG. 



HOLD. 



HOLDEB. 



HOLDma. 



HOIJDAY. 
HOME. 



Continued. 

62 Ala. 320 ; Meyer %/. R. Co., 35 Mo. 352 ; State v. Davis, 68 N. C. 

397 ; CraiK v. People, 47 111. 487 ; State v. Johnson. Phill. (L.) 140 ; 

Northumberland v, Atlantic, etc., R. Co., 35 N. H. 374 ; Walton v. 

R. Co., 67 Mo, 56. 
/// statute. Flint, etc., R. Co. v. Gordon, 41 Mich. 420. 

made by . In discharge. Lathrop v, Tilden, 8 Cush. 375. 

Ulanchard v. Blackstonc, 102 Mass. 347. 
In statute. Crow v. Beardsley, 68 Mo. 435, 

and reward. In plea, Harris v. Phillips, 10 C. B. 655. 

agreement for the of any laborer. In statute. Wilson 7/. Zu- 

lucti, 14 Q. B. 405. 
Kingr. Inhabitants, i B. & Ad. 727. 
In insurance policy. Meis v. Franklin Ins. Co., 68 Mo. 127; Foule v. 

Springfield Ins. Co., 122 Mass. 194. 
/// statute. Rex v. Smith, Russ. & Ry. 267 ; U. S. v. Mullany, i Cranch 

C. C. 517. 
In will. Doe v. Dodd, 5 B. & Ad. 689. 

oommeroial paper. In statute. Re Clemens, 2 Dill. 533. 

crop of flax. In contract. Goodrich w. Stevens, 5 Lans. 230. 

house. In insurance policy. Hough v. City Fire Ins. Co., 29 

Conn. ID. 
In statute. Com. v. Hadley,. 1 1 Mete. 72. 
Metropolitan Asso. v. Petch, 5 C. B. (N. S.) 508. 
In libel. Broome v. Gosden, 1 C. B. 729. 
In contract. Whitson v. Culbertson, 7 Ind. 195. 

In statute. Lavender v. State, 60 Ala. 60; Shubrick v. State, 2 S. C. 
21. 

In deed. Hurst v. Hurst, 7 W. Va. 289. 

In statute. Bank of Michigan v. Niles, i Doug. 401 ; Lasure v. Hillc- 
gas, 7 S. & R. 313; Chautaqua Co. Bk. v. Risley, 4 Denio, 480. 

occupy, possess or epjoy. In statute. Queen v. Water-works, 

18 Q. B. 703. 
to involuntary sen; .j. In statute. U. S. v. Ancarola, 17 

Blatchf. 435- 

Bowling V. Harrison, 6 How. 248. 

of shares. In statute. Wilkerson v. Anglo Cal. Co., 18 Q. B. 

728; Stewart v. Same, 18 Q. B. 737. 

of stock. In statute. Crease v. Babcock, 10 Mete. 525 ; Grew 

V. Bald, 10 Mete. 568. 
State V. Murray, 28 Wis. 99. 
In statute. Godfrey v. Godfrey, 17 Ind. 6. 

shares. In statute. Queen v. Government Stock Co., 3 Q. B. 

Div. 442. 

to bail. Vose v. Deane, 7 Mass. 283. 

persons office. In statute. Nicholson v. Ellis, i El. B. & EI. 278. 

Re Worthington, 14 Bank. Reg. 388 ; Rogers v. Brooks, 30 Ark. 613 ; 
Phillips V. Innes, 4 CI. h F. 234. 

In statute. Jefferson v. Washington, 19 Me. 293; Turner v. Buckfield, 
3 Me. 229; Exeter V. Brighton, 15 Me. 98. 



HOME. 



HOME. 



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HOSTILITIES. 



vis. 68 N. C. 
hill. (L.) 140 ; 
4; Walton V. 



b. 375- 



.655. 
Wilson V. Zu- 



127; Foule V, 
lany, i Cranch 



Dill. 533- 
5 Lans. 230. 
re Ins. Co., 29 



!/. State, 2 S. C. 



Lasure v. Hille- 

Denlo, 480. 

'J. Water-works, 

V. Ancarola, 17 



al. Co., 18 Q. B. 
Mete. 525 ; Grew 

tock Co., 3 Q. B. 



I El. B. & EI. 278. 
joks, 30 Ark. 613; 

irner v. Buckfield, 



HOME — roMtinued. 

and maintenanoe. In will. Parker }'. r;u'ker, 126 Mass. 433. 

port. St. lago do Cuba, The, 9 Wheat. 409 ; The Albiiny, 4 Dill. 

439- 

while they remain at . In will, ManninK v. Wolff, 2 Dcv. & 

B. 12. 

HOMESTEAD. Re Leeds, 51 N. II. 253; Austin v. Stanley, 46 N. II. 52; Gxc^v, '"• 

Kostwick, 33 Cal. 220; Cook v. McChristian, 4 Cal. 23 ; Tumlinson 

7'. Swinney, 22 Ark. 400; Boyle 7'. Shulman, 59 Ala. 566; Acklcy 7'. 

Chamberlain, 16 Cal. 181 ; Hoitt 7a Webb, 36 N. II. 158; Stanley v. 

Greenwood, 24 Tex. 224; Philleo 7^, Smalley, 23 Tex. 502; Iken v. 

Olenich, 42 Tex. 198. 
In statute. Upman 7'. Second Ward Bk., 15 Wis. 453; Bunker v. 

Locke, 15 Wis. 638 ; Fogg v. Fogg, 40 N, H. 287 ; Phelps 7'. Rooney, 

9 Wis. 84. 
In will. Fearing v. Swift, 97 Mass. 415; Backus v. Chapman, 111 

Mass. 386; Hopkins 7/. Grimes, t4 Iowa, 73. 
fbrm. In deed. Woodman v. Lane, 7 N. H. 241 ; Taylor v. Mix- 

ter, II Pick. 347; Aldrich v, Gaskill, 10 Cush. 158. 

McDonald v. Napier, 14 Ga. 89. 

when the bills are duly . In letter. Lucas7/. Groning, 7Taunt. 

164. 

no present of recovery. Queen v. Jenkins, L. R., i C. C. R. 187. 

I am iu . In contract. Smith v. Thome, 18 Q. B. 134. 

chains. In contract. Sweet v. Shumway, 102 Mass. 368. 



HOSrOBABIUM. 
HONOBED. 



HOPE. 
HOPES. 
HOBN. 
HOBSE. 



HOB8ES. 



HOSE. 
HOSPITAL. 

HOSPITALS. 
HOSTIUTIES. 



State V. Ingram, 16 Kas. 14. 

In statute. Robert v. Adams, 38 Cal. 384 ; Owens v. State, 38 Tex. 555 ; 

Finley v. State, 3 Humph. 323; Cobbs v. Coleman, 14 Tex. 594; 

Dearborn f. Phillips, 21 Tex. 449; Jordt v. State, 31 Tex. 571; 

Baldwin v. People, i Scam. 304; Reg. %>. Aldridge, 4 Cox C. C. 143; 

Pierson v. State, 3 Tex. (App.) 222 ; Allison v. Brookshire, 38 Tex. 199. 

stealer. In libel. Mountney %>. Walton, 2 B. & Ad. 679. 

gelding or mare. In statute. Rex v. Welland, i Russ. & Ry. 494. 

mule or yoke of oxen. In statute. Richardson v. Duncan, 2 

Heisk. 220. 

farm . Tipton v. Pickens, i Swan, 25. 

plow . Matthews v. Redwine, 25 Wis. 99. 

work . In statute. Noland v. V/ickham, 9 Ala. 169; Allman v. 

Gann, 29 Ala. 242. 
In statute. State v. Dunnavant, 3 Brevard, 9 (5 Am. Dec. 530) ; Lever- 
ing V. Stone, 2 B. & C. 518. 

and cattle. In statute. Toledo, etc., R. Co. v. Cole, 50 111. 184. 

mules or cattle. In statute. U. S. v. Mattock, 2 Sawy. 148. 

In contract. Washing Machine Co. v. Earle, 3 Wall. Jr. 321. 

In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 4 B. & Aid. 505. 

In will. Re Altchin, L. R., 14 Eq. Cas. 230. 

or asylums. In statute. Appeal Tax Court v. St. Peter's 

Academy, 50 Md. 331. 

— in the Black sea. In insurance policy. Avery v. Bowdens, 5 

El. & Bl. 714- 



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' ' >geB Uw»i c W4a-.!jMAi^ i u a MUfl i ya^ 



HOSTILITIES. 



I66 



HOUSE 



HOSTILrnES — Cuntinued. 

oonsequenoes of . In insurance policy. lonides v. Union Ins. 

Co., 14 C. B. (N. S.) 295. 

Thompson v. Carmichael, 4 N. Y. Leg. Obs. 134; 3 Sandf. Ch. 120; 
Walton V. Walton, 14 Vesey. 323. 

In statute, r.romwell v. Stephens, 3 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 26; 2 Daly, 15; 
Kelly f. Excise Commr's, 54 Ho'v. Pr. 330. 

keeper. In statute. King v. Simmonds, 1 H. L. Cas. 754. 

purposes. In deed. Allen v. Howe, 105 Mass. 24;. 

family . Musgrove v. Sherwood, 54 How. Pr. 338. 

within twenty-four after ihe adjudication. In statute. Queen 



HOTCHPOT. 



HOTEL. 



HOUim. 

V. Justices, 17 L. J. iii. 

HOUSE. State v. McGowan, 20 Conn. 245 ; Rex v. Donnavan \ Leach, 69 : 

Stevens v. Com., 4 Leigh, 683 ; Elsinore v. St. Breavells, 8 B. & C. 

461 ; Reg. V. England, i C. & K. 533; Surman v. Dailey, 14 M. & W. 

181 ; Sampson v. Com., 5 W. & S. 385; Rex v. Reader, 4 C. & P. 

24s ; Hiles v. Shrewsbury, 3 East, 457 ; Wallace v. Young, 5 T. B. 

Mon. 155 ; State v. Sandy, 3 Ired. 570; State v. Terry, 4 Dev. & B. 

185 ; State V. Stewart, 6 Conn. 47 ; Chapman v. Com., 5 Whart. 427 ; 

G 'a;e x/. Shelton, 3 RicVi. 342 ; Trinity Church, v. Boston, 118 Mass. 

16/; People V. Stickman, 34 Cal. 342 ; State v. Garity, 46 N. H. 61 ; 

State V. Pow?rs, 36 Conn. "JT. 
In constitut'jK. Re Executive Communication, 12 Fla. 653 ; South- 
worth V. J.ickson, etc., R. Co., 2 Mich. 287 ; Green v. Weller, 32 

Miss. 651 ; State v. McBride, 4 Mo. 303 (29 Am Dec. 636). 
In deed. Fox v. Clarke, L. R., 7 Q. B. 748 ; Doe v. Collins, 2 T. R. 

498 ; Schenck v. Campbell, 1 1 Abb. Pr. 292. 
Iti indictment. State v. Mann, 31 Conn. 372; Thompson v. People, 3 

Park. C. C. 208 ; Com. v. Posey, 4 Call. 109. 
In insurance policy. Workinan v. Ins. Co., 2 La. 507 (22 Am. Dec. 141) ; 

Elmaker v. Franklin Ins. Co., 5 Pa. St. 183. 
In statute. Cook v. Humber, 1 1 C. B. (N. S.) 46 ; Wilson v. Roberts, 

1 1 C. B (N. S.) 53 ; Henrette v. Booth, 1 5 C. 3. (N. S.) 500 ; Powell v. 

Price, 4C. B. 114; Danielw. Coulsting, 7M.&G. 122 ; Cock z/. Hunter, 

1 1 C. B. 47 ; Wilson v. Roberts, 1 1 C. B. 53 ; State v. Poweri, 36 Conn. 

77 ; Rawsonr/. State, 19 Conn. 292 ; Angellw. Paddington Vestry, 3 Q. 

B. 714: re Creek, 3 B. & S. 459: Callaghan v. State, 41 Tex. 43; Richards 

V. Swansea Imp. Co., 9 Ch. Div. 425 ; Nevills v. State, 7 Coldw. 82 ; 

People V. Stickman, 34 Cal. 242 ; Elsmore v. St. Bj-ianels, 8 B. & C. 

461 ; Reg. V. England, i C. & K. 533; Rex v. Donnovan, 2 W. Bl. 

683; Folkstone v. W^oodward, L. R., 15 Eq. 159; State v. Barr, 39 

Conn. 41 ; Queen v. Manning, L. R., i C. C. R. 340 ; Rex v. Winter, 

I Russ. & Ry. 296 ; Nunn v. Dickson, 7 Man. & G. 70 ; Daniel v. 

Coulsting, 7 Man. & G. 122. 
In will. Rogei v. Smith, 4 Pa. .St. 93 ; Common Council v. State, 5 

Ind. 334. 

and garden. In deed. Baxter v. Brand, 6 Dana, 297, 

oonneotions. In statute. Cordeman v. City of Cincinnati, 23 Ohio 

St. 499. 

of entertainment. In statute. Bonner v. Welburn, 7 Ga. 296. 

of ill-fbrne. In city by-law. McAllister v. Black, 33 Conn. 91. 




n i Leach, 69 : 
avells, 8 B. & C. 
iley, 14 M. & W. 
!ader, 4 C. & P. 
. Young, 5 T. B. 
rry, 4 Dev. & B. 
n., 5 Whart. 427 ; 
loston, 118 Mass. 
rity, 46 N, H. 61 ; 

Fla. 653; South- 
;en v. Weller, 32 
5C. 636). 
/. Collins, 2 T. R. 

pson V. People, 3 

22 Am. Dec. 14'); 

/ilson V. Roberts, 
S.) 500; Powell t'. 
! ; Cock V. Hunter, 
. Poweri, 36Conn. 
ngton Vestry. 3 Q. 
I Tex. 43; Richards 
state, 7 Coldw. 82 ; 
Brianels, 8 B. & C. 
onnovan, 2 W. Bl. 
; State V. Barr, 39 
140; Rex 7A Winter, 
Sc G. 70 ; Daniel v. 

Council V. State, 5 

lana, 297. 
Cincinnati, 23 Ohio 

iTelburn, 7 Ga. 296. 
lack, 33 Conn. 91. 



If O USE. 



167 



HOUSE. 



HOUSE — Continued. 

In statute. Cadwell v. State, 17 Conn. 472 ; Com. v. Wood, 97 Mass. 
228; State V. MuUen, 35 Iowa, 199; Dodge v. Lacey. 2 Ind. 212. 

or other place of public resort for the public performance 

of stage plays. In statute. Davys v. Douglas, 4Hurl.&N. 181. 

or place where liquors are retailed. In statute. Phillips v. 

State, 51 Ala. 20. 

store and shop. In complaint. Rawson v. State, 19 Conn. 293. 

within fifty feet of a railway. In statute. Walker v. R. Co., 




3 Q- B. 750. 
counting . In statute. Purcey v. McLean, L. R., 5 C. P. 252; 

re Creek, 3 B. & S. 459. 

disorderly . In statute. Queen v. Rice, L. R., 1 C. C. R. 21 ; 

Killman v. State, 2 Tex. (App.) 222 (28 Am. Rep. 432) ; State v. 
Powers, 36 Conn. 37 ; State v. Maxwell, 33 Conn. 259 ; City of Em- 
poria V. Volmer, ;2 Kas. 622. 

dwelling . Com. v. Pennock, 3 S. & R. 199 ; Daniel v. Coulsting, 

7 M. & G. 122 ; Surman v. Dailey, 14 M. & W. 181 ; Com. v. Posey, 

4 Call. 109; Powell V. Pncs, 4 C. B, 105; Rex v. Harris, 2 Leach, 
701 ; Rex V. Thompson, 2 Leach, 771 ; State v. Warren, 33 Me. 30; 
Com. V. Barney, 10 Cush. 478; Hooker v. Com., 13 Gratt. 763; 
State V. Clark, 7 Jones, 167; Rex v. Lyons, i Leach, 185; Rex v. 
Fuller, I Lei -h, 186; Rex v. Davies, 2 Leach, 876; Nutbrown's 
Case, 2 East P. C. 496 ; Reg. v. Martin, Russ. & Ry. 108 ; ex parte 
V^incent, 26 Ala. 145 ; Rex v. Turner, 6 C. & P. 407 ; Rex v. Brown, 
2 East P. C. 501 ; Rex v. Flannagan, Russ. & Ry. 187 ; Rex v. Gib- 
bons, Russ. & Ry. 442 ; State v. Meerehouse, 34 Mo. 344 ; Rex v. 
Smith, 2 East P. C. 497 ; Rex v. Jenkins, Russ. & Ry. 244; Rex v. 
Ball, I Moody, 30; State v. Clark, 42 Vt. 629; Markham v. State, 25 
Ga. 52; Hollister v. Com., 60 Pa, St. 103; People v. Stickman, 34 
Cal. 342 ; Reg. v. Baker, y Cox C. C. 581 ; Reg. ', Smith, i Moody 
& R. 256; State V. Jake, 1 Winst. 80, 

In statute. Com.?/. Barney, 10 Cush 498 ; Hooker w. Com., 13 Gratt. 763 ; 
McLane v. State, 4 Ga. 3?5 ; State 7/. Sutcliffe, 4 Strobh. 372 Weed- 
ford V. People, 62 N V 117; Com. v. Posey, 4 ' ai. 109; Com. 7'. 
Buzzell, 16 Pick 153; People?/. Cotterai, 18 Johns. 15; People v- 
Orcutt, I Park. C. C. 252 : Reg. v. Fletcher, 2 C. & K. 215; State 
w. Walfe'nbrger, 20 In;l. 242; Com. v. Eastabrc^^k, 10 Pick. 293; 
Queen v. r-eople, 71 N Y. 561 (27 Am. Rep. 87) ; State v. McGowjin* 
20 Conn. 246 ; re Lammer, 14 Bank Reg. 460 ; State v. Troth, 24 N. 
J. (L.) 377 ; Fire Department v. Butler, 33 How. Pr. 378 ; Cuthbert- 
son %i. Harris. L. R., 4 C. P. 525 ; Same v. Butterworth. L. R., 4 C. 
P. 523 ; Thompson v. Ward. I. R., 6 C. P. 327 ; Brice v. Cloutman, 
45 N. H. 37 ; Rex v. Stock, i R.iss. & Ry. 185; Rex v. Flannagan, i 
Russ. & Ry. 187; Rex 7/. Martin, i Russ. & Ry. 108; Rex 7/. Wilson. 
I Russ. & Ry. 115 ; Rex v. Hancock. : Russ. & Ry. 171. 

inhabited dwelling . In statute. People v. Cotterai. 18 Johns. 

115; Com. V. Posey, 4 Call. 109. 

part of the . Institute. Mason 7/. R. Co., L. R., 6 Eq. Cas. loi. 

public . tn statute. Skinner v. State, 30 Ala. 524. 

receiTing — — . 'w sl»tute. Syms v. Chaplin, 5 Ad. & Ei. 644. 



HOUSEHOLD. 



x68 



HOUSEHOLD. fUmiture. Tanner z/. Billings, i8 Wis. 164. 

In statute. Weed v. Dayton, 40 Conn. 293 ; Towns v. Pratt, 33 N. H. 

345- 
In will. Hooper's Appeal, 60 Pa. St. 220; Richardson v. Hall, 124 

Mass. 228 ; McMicken v. Directors, 2 Am. L. Reg. N. S. 489 ; Le 

Farrent v. Spencer, i Ves. Sr. 97 ; Bunii -u. Winthrop, i Johns. Ch. 

329 ; Gooch V. Gooch, 33 Me. 535. 

ftimiture necessary for supporting life. In statute. Hitch- 
cock V. Holmes, 43 Conn. 528 ; Crocker v. Spencer, 2 D. Chip. 68 (i 5 
Am. Dec. 650) ; Montague v. Richardson, 24 Conn. 338 ; Haswell v. 
Parkins, 1 5 Cal. 266. 

furniture necessary for the debtor and his fiuuily. In statute. 

Davlin v. Stone, 4 Cush. 359. 

goods. Com. V. Steinbeck, 3 Rawle, 341 (24 Am. Dec. 351) 

In will. Carnagy v. Woodcock, 2 Munf. 234; Stubbs v. Stubbs, i H. 
& C. 258 ; Dayton v. Tillon, i Robt. 21. 

goods and furniture. In will. Carnagy v. Woori k, 2 Munf. 

234 (5 Am. Dec. 470). 
HOUSEHOLDEB. Viele w. Koch, 27 111. 129; Woodward v. Murray, 18 Johns. 401; 

Griffin v. Sutherland, 14 Barb. 456; Brown v. Witt, 19 Wend. 475. 
In statute. Greenwood 7/. Maddox, 27 Ark. 660; Hutchinson v. Chnm- 

berlain, 11 N. Y, Leg. Obs. 248; Cantrell v. Connor, 51 Hi w. . j. 

45 ; Bowman v. Quackenboss, 3 Code R. 17 ; Aaron v. State, 37 Ala. 

106 ; Somerset Sav. Bk. v. Huyck, 33 How. Pr. 323 ; Kramer v. 

Clatsop Co., 6 Oregon, 238 ; King v. Hall, i B. & C. 136; King v. 

Poynder, i B. & C. t8o; Robles v. State, 5 Tex. (App.> 34-- 

HOUSEEEEFEB. Lewis v. Blinton, 7 C. B. 102. 

In statute. Gunn v. Gudehus, 15 B. Mon. 447 ; Beaton v. Marshall, 6 
Bush, 429; Viele v. Koch, 27 III. 129. 

HOUSES. In statute. Surman v. Dailey, 14 M. & W. 182. 

and buildings. In statute. Peto v. Overseers, 2 El. & El. 158. 

fronting such street. In statute. London School Bd. v. St. 

Mary, i Q. B. Div. 70. 

of religious worship. In statute. Proprietors of Meeting- 
house z/. City of Lowell, I Mete. 541 ; Lefevre v. Detroit, 2 Mich. 586 ; 
Trinity Church v. Boston, 118 Mass. 164. 

dwelling . In deed. Cornish v. ClaifFe, 3 H. & C. 450. 

molested or restrained in his person or estate. In constitu- 
tion. Thurston v. Whitney, 2 Cush. 1 10 ; Flockestein v. Mayor, 40 
via. 727. 

Reed v. Reed, 70 Me. 156; Hyde v. Hyde, L. R., i P. & D. 133. 

In statute. Peoples. Hovee, 5 Barb. 117. 

ship's . Gillespie v. Winberg, 4 Daly, 318. 

ram, wheel, or other process forcing water. In deed. Rich- 
ardson V. Clements, 89 Pa. St. 503 (33 Am. Rep. 784). 
HYPOTHECATION. Ex parte Willcocks, 7 Cow. 402 (17 Am. Dec. 525) ; Whitney v. 
Pray, 25 Ark. 22. 

\ — hereby engage. In ctmtract. Shipton 7>. Thornton, 9 Ad. & El. 

315- 

proarae to v^c. m note. Hall v. Smith, i B. & C. 408. 

wiii see you piwi. In contract. Oldiield v. Lame. 9 B. & C. 77. 



HURT. 



HUSBANi' 



HYMULULIC. 



— Kfrn«^m» •■ 





• 


/. 


ratt. 33 N. 


H. 


n 

N 

I 


V. Hall, 

s. 489 ; 

Johns. 


124 

Le 

Ch. 






tuU. Hitch- 
D. Chip. 68 (1 5 
fi ; Hasweli v. 

ly. In statute. 

)ec. 351) 

. Stubbs, I H. 

Jcock, 2 Munf. 

18 Johns. 401 ; 
) Wend. 475- 
nson V. Chnm- 
r, 51 Hi w. 1 r. 
. State, 37 Ala. 
13; Kramer v. 
,136; King V. 
».") 340. 

V. Marshall, 6 



El. &EI. 158. 
hool Bd. V, St. 

rs of Meeting- 
ait, 2 Mich. 586 ; 

;. 450- 

». /ft constilu- 

lin V. Mayor, 40 

& D. 133- 



In deed. Rich- 
25) ; Whitney w. 



iton, 9 Ad. & El. 

Sc C. 408. 

we. o B. & C. 77. 



ICE. 



169 



I MM ED I A TE. 



ICE. detention by . In charter-party. Hudson v. Ede, L. R., 2 Q. B. 

567; 3Q. B. 412. 

IDENTIFY. In statute. Mechanics' Planing Mill Co. -'. Nasi, 7 Mo. (App.) 149. 

IDIOCY. Owing's Case, i Bland Ch. 370 (17 Am. Dec. 311). 

IP. ' Long 7/. Swindell, 77 N. C. 176; Damon v. Damon, 8 Allen, 195. 

In deed. Owen v. Field, 102 Mass. 107 ; Long v. Swindell, 77 N. C. 176. 

In will. Colt T/. Hubbard, 33 Conn. 281. 

— — any. Sudding v. Eyles, 9 Q. B. 860. 

any remains at her decease. In will. McKenzie's Appeal; 41 

Conn. 607. 

any thing should remain. In will. Paine v. Barnes, 100 Mass. 

471- 

desired. In notice. Schmaire v. Maxwell, 3 Blatchf. 410. 

it is deemed best. In will. Chandlers. Rider, 102 Mass. 271. 

so. In will. Yearnshaw's Appeal, 25 Wis. 25. 

In statute. Brown v. Kingsley, 38 Iowa, 220. 



IGNOMINY. 
laNOBANCE 
IQNOBANT. 
ILL. 



Sunol V. Hepburn, i Cal. 250 ; Boylan v. Meeker, 28 N. J. (L.) 274. 

of the name. In statute. Rosencranz t/. Rogers, 40 Cal. 491. 

In statute. Queen v. Wellings, 3 Q. B. Div. 426. 

conduct. In statute. Doe v. Roe, 23 Hun, 19. 

fbme. Boyle v. State, 46 Ala. 206. 

so as not to be able to travel. In statute. Queen v. Farrell, 2 

C. C. R. 118. 
HJjEOAIi. Chadbourne v. Newcastle, 48 N. H. 196; Stixte t/.' Hay worth, 3 Sneed, 

64 ; People v. Kelly, i Abb. Pr. N. S. 432 ; Palmer v. Concord, 48 
N. H. 211. 

or improper conduct. In statute. Chadbourne v. Newcastle, 

48 N. H. 199; Palmer t/. City of Concord, 48 N. H. 211. 
ILLBOAIJTY. Ex parte Schwartz, 2 Tex. (App.) 74. 

HiLEGAIiLY. voting. In statute. State v. Heyworth, 3 Sneed, 64. 

IIiIiEarnMATE. in statute. Miller e/. Miller, 18 Hun, 507. 

' child. In statute. Curtis v. Hewins, 1 1 Mete. 294. 

ILLICIT. trade. In marine poiicy, Cucullu t/. Louisiana Ins. Co., s Mart, 

N. S. 464 (16 Am. Dec.]i99). 
ILLNESS. Kell/ v. Ancient Order of Hibernians, 10 Rep. 151. 

IMMATERIAL. allegation. Whitwell u. Thomas, 9 Cal. 499 ; Green v. Palmer, 

15 Cal. 411. 
Owing's Car.e, i Bland Ch. 37) (17 Am. Dec. 31 1). 
In statute. State v. Lean, 9 Wis. 295 ; Pybus v. Mitford, 2 Lev. 77. 

and individual behalf. In statute. C lumbine v. Penhall, 13 

Q. B. 132. 

benefit. In statute, Bi'.lier v. Patterson, 13 N. Y. 292. 

danger. In statute. Bailey t/. Com., 11 Bush, 688. 

delivery. In statm'r. Neldon 7/. Smith, 36 N. J. (L.) 148; Rich- 
ardson V. End, 43 Wis. 316; Helper v. State, 43 Wis. 479. 

issue. In statute. TUrley v. Turley, 1 1 Ohio St. 173. 

notice. In policy of insurance. Knickerbocker Ins. Co. w. Gould, 

80 111. 388. 

82 



IMBECILITY. 
IMMEDIATE. 



—' gw w (v*y.ia iiii 



MM ED I ATE. 



170 



IMPLEMENTS. 



IMMEDIATE — Continued. 

payment. In guaranty. Oldershaw v. King, 2 Hurl. & N. 403; 

2 Hurl. & N. 524. 

pursuit. In statute. People v. Pool, 27 Cal. 572. 

IMMEDIATELY. Burgess v. Boetefur, 7 M. & G. 481 ; McLure v. Colclough, 17 Ala. 

89; SardJs v, Howell, 31 N. J. (L.) 313; People v. Woodruff, 32 N. 

v. 377; Streeterw. Streeter, 43 III. 155. 
In contract. Streeter v. Streeter, 43 111. 155; Fitzhugh v. Jones, 6 

Munf. 83. 
• In indictment. State t/. Rickey, 1 Mo. (App.) 6. 

In insurance policy. Rokes v. Amazon Co., 51 Md. 512. 

In statute. Grace v. Clinch, 4 Q. B. 606 ; Queen v. Alderson, i Q. B. 

878 ; Arnold v. Dunsdale, 2 El. & Bl. 598 ; Queen v. Justices, 4 Q. 

B. 469; Thompson v. Gibson, 8 M. & W. 281 ; Queen v. Roberts, 7 

Ad. & Ell. 433, 441 ; re Blues, 5 El. & Bl. 291. 

after. In order. Hoggins v. Gorden, 3 Q. R 466. 

afterward. In statute. Forsdike v. Stone, L. R., 3 C. P. 607. 

apprehended. In statute. Griffith v. Taylor, 2 C. P. Div. 194. 

upon demand. In deed. Toms v. Wilson, 4 B. & S. 442. 

In statute. Long 7/. Converse, i Otto, 112, 

In constitution. Lapsley v. Brashears, 4 Litt. 53 ; Berry v. Ransdell. 4 



IMMUmTT. 
IMPAIRING. 



Mete. 294. 

the obligation of oontraots. In constitution. Slaughter 7^ Cul- 
pepper, 25 Ga. 26; Gunn v. Barry, 15 Wall. 610; Hawthorn v. 
Calef, 7 Wall. 10; Dreham v. Stifle, 8 Wall. 595 ; Bronson v. Kinzie, 

1 How. 311; Charles River Bridge v. Warren Bridge, 11 Peters, 
420; Crawford v. Bk. of Mobile, 7 How. 279; Phalen v. Virginia, 8 
How. 163; Planters' Bk. v. Sharp, 6 How. 301 ; West River Bridge 
Co. V. Dix, 6 How. 507; Woodruff 7/. Trapnall, 10 How. 190; Butler 
7/. Overfield, 10 How. 402; Ogden 7/. Saunders, 12 Wheat. 213; Maison 
V. Haile, 12 Wheat. 370; Providence Bk. v. Billings, 4 Peters, 514; 
Farm. & Mech. Bk. v. Smith, 6 Wheat. 131 ; Satterlee7/. Matthewson, 

2 Peters, 380; Curran v. State, 15 How. 304; State v. Wheeling 
Bridge Co., 13 How. 518 ; Watson v. Mercer, 8 Peters, 88; Sturges 
V. Crowninshield, 4 Wheat. 122; Trustees %>. Woodward, 4 Wheat. 
518; Walker 7/. Whitehead, 16 Wall. 314; Barlow 7/. Gregory, 31 
Conn. 261; Welch z/. Wadsworth, 30 Conn. 150; Bondingham v. 
Richmond, 6 Greeiil. 112 (19 Am. Dec. 197); Martindale v. Moore, 

3 Blackf. 275; Lewis v. Filackenridge, i Blackf 220 (12 Am. Dec. 
228) ; Penniman's Case, 13 Otto, 718 ; People 7/. Roper, 35 N. Y. 629 ; 
Hicks V. Hotchkiss, 7 Johns. Ch. 297 (11 Am. Dec. 472); Jones v. 
Crittenden, i Car. Law Repos. 385 (6 Am. Dec. 531). 

IMPANEL. Porter v. People, 7 How. Pr. 441. 

IMPARTIALLY. fkithfUlly, fbirly and . In statute. Perry v. Thompson, 16 

N. J. (L.) 72; Mayor v. Evans, 31 N. J. (L.) 342. 

IMPASSABLE. public highway. Armstrong v. St. Louis, 3 Mo. (App.) 151. 

IMPEACH. Bryant v. Gledden, 36 Me. 36 ; Bakor v. Robinson, 49 111. 299. 

IMPEDIMENT, legal . In statute. Donker v. People, 37 Mich. 4. 

IMPEDE. Keeler v. Green, : i N. J. (Eq.) 27. 

IMPERCEPTIBLE. King v. Ld. Yarborough, 3 B. & C. 107. 
IMPLEMENTS. T.nnner 7/. Bil'ings, 18 Wis. 164. 

of gaming. In statute. Coolidge v, Choate, 1 1 Mete. 79. 




LEMENTS. 



\\xx\. & N. 403 ; 



dough, 17 Ala. 
Voodruff. 32 N. 

igh V. Jones, 6 



derson, i Q. B. 
/. Justices, 4 Q' 
sn V. Roberts, 7 

)6. 

., 3 C. P. 607. 

C. p. Div. 194. 

& S. 442. 

ry V. Ransdell, 4 

ilaughter 7/. Cul- 
); Hawthorn v. 
onson V. Kinzie, 
idge, II Peters, 
en V. Virginia, 8 
est River Bridge 
iow. 190; Butler 
leat. 213; Maison 
5s, 4 Peters, 514; 
e7K Matthewson, 
;ate v. Wheeling 
ters, 88; Sturges 
dward, 4 Wheat. 
w V. Gregory, 31 
Bondinghani v. 
tindale v. Moore, 
220 (12 Am. Dec. 
per, 35 N. Y. 629 : 
sc. 472) ; Jones v. 

V. Thompson, 16 

iMo. (App.) 151. 
9 111. 299. 
ch. 4. 



I Mete. 79. 



JMJ'LEMENTS. 



IMPLEMENTS 



X71 



IMPROVED. 



Continued. 

of husbandry. In statute. Reg. v. Malty, 8 El. & Bi. 715. 

of the debtor's trade. In statute. Tomlinson v. Ousatonic 

Water Co., 44 Conn. 98; Seeley v. Gwillem, 40 Conn. 106; Atwood 
V. De Forrest, 19 Conn. 513; Wallace v. Collins, 5 Ark. 4' i Euscoe 
V. Dunn, 44 Conn. 93. 

proper tools or of a fitrmer. In statute. Meyer v. Meyer, 23 

Iowa, 359. 

tools and . In statute. Smith v. Gibbs, 6 Gray, 298. 

malice. Dany v. People, 10 N. Y. 120. 

In statute. The Forrester, Newb. Adm. 181. 
In statute. Perot v. U. S., Pet. C. C. 256. 

In statute. Budenbury v. Roberts, L. R., i C. P. 575 ; i Harr. & Ruth. 
836; Mayor t/. Waring, 41 Ala. 139; King v. McEvoy, 4 Allen, no. 
In constitution. Woodruff z/. Parham, 8 Wall. 123; Waring t/. Mayor, 
8 Wall, no; Low z/. Austin, 13 Wall. 29; The Passenger Cases, 7 
How. 477; Marriott v. Brune, 9 How. 619; Wynne t/. Wright, i 
Dev. & B. (L.) 19; Norris v. City of Boston, 4 Mete. 282. 
In constitution. Brown v. State, 12 Wheat. 419; Cooley v. Board of 
Wardens, 12 How. 299; Pacific Ins. Co. v. Soule, 7 Wall. 433 ; Worsley 
V. New Orleans, 9 Rob. (La.) 324 ; Scholey v. Rew, 23 Wall. 345. 
In plea. Kempfz/. Kempf, 34 Mo. iii. 
Goodsell V. Dunning, 34 Conn. 257. 
State V. Pike, 49 N. H. 399. 

device, color or thing. In statute. Wynan v. Lemon, 51 Cal. 

274. 

Coman v. Storm, 26 How. Pr. 84. 
In statute. Doyle v. Boyle, 19 Kas. 168. 

for debt. In constitution. Dean v. Smith, 23 Wis. 486. 

IMPRISONMENT. U. S. v. Benner, Baldw. 234 ; Lawson v. Bazines, 3 Harr. (Del.) 
416; Milwaukee Indust. School v. Supervisors, 40 Wis. 328. 
In statute. State v. Mayor, 39 N. J. (L.) 257. 

for debt. In constitution. Moore v. Green, 73 N. C. 394 (21 Am. 

i\ep. 470) ; Harris v. Bridges, 57 Ga. 407 (24 Am. Rep. 495). 

£Bdse . Allen v. London, etc., R. Co., L. R., 6 Q. B. 65 ; Harvey 

V. Maine, 6 Ir. C. L. 417; Hackett v. King, 6 Allen, 58 ; Floyd v. 
State, 12 Ark. 43 ; Crowell v. Gleason, 10 Me. 325 ; Colter v. Lowell. 
35 Ind. 285 ; Johnson v. Tompkins, Baldw. 371 ; Pike v. Hawson, 9 
N. H. 491 ; Smith v. Staie, 7 Humph. 43. 
Thompson v. Hopper, i El. B. & El. 1046. 

act. In statute. Rogers v. Brown, 61 Mo. 187. 

navigation. In deed. Good v. London Assn., L. R., 6 C. P. 563. 

removal. In statute. Foster v. Cronkhite, 35 N. Y. 139. 

person. In libel. Goldstein v. Foss, 2 Younge & J. 154- 

illegal or conduct. In statute. Allegheny Co. v, Gibson, 90 



IMPLIED. 
IMPOBT. 
IMPORTED. 
IMPORTER. 

IMPORTS. 



IMPOSTS. 



IMPOTENT. 

IMPOUNDED. 

IMPRESSION. 



IMPRISONED. 



IMPROPER. 



IMPROVE. 
IMPROVED. 



Pa. St. 415. 

real estate. Vandal v. Dock Co., 40 Cal. 83. 

Bond V. Fay, 8 Allen, 213. 

In statute. Wiggins v. Baptist Soc, 43 N. H. 261 ; Ross v. Smith, 

& Ad. 911. 



I 



I B. 



IMPROVED. 



172 



IN' 



IMPROVED — Continued. 

land. 

St. 396. 
modeof manufboturing gas. 



In statute. Clark v. Phelps, 4 Cow. 190; re Road, 68 Pa. 

In patent. Hills v. London Gas- 



light Co., 5 Hurl. & N. 314. 

method. Beard v. Egerton, 3 C. B. 126. 

rent. In statute. Lamb 7>. Hemans, 2 B. & Aid. 468. 

new and design. In statute. Wood v. Dolby, 7 Fed. Rep. 475. 

IMPROVEMENT. Johnson v. Gresham, 5 Dana, 547; Lambv. Lamb, 11 Pick. 376. 

In statute. Collins v. Mott, 45 Mo. 100 ; Wetmore's Appeal, 91 Pa. St. 
279 ; Frederick v. Shane, 32 Iowa, 254. 

In will. Fay v. Fay. i Cush. 93. 
IMPROVEMENTS. In constitution. Greenwood v. Maddox, 27 Ark. 660. 

In contract. Spencer v. Toby, 22 Barb. 260. 

In lease. French v. Mayor, 16 How. Pr. 220; Worthington v. War- 
rington, 8 C. B. 140; Burt V. Haslett, 18 C. B. 162 ; Haslett v. Burt, 
18 C. B. 893. 

In statute. Getchell v. Allen, 34 Iowa, 559; Schmidt v. Armstrong, 72 
Pa. St. 355 ; Schenely's Appeal, 70 Pa. St. 98. 

IMPROVIDENCE. In statute. McMahon v. Harrison, 6 N. Y. 443; Emerson v. 

Bowers, 14 N. Y. 449 ; Cooper v. Lowerre, i Barb. Ch. 45. 
IMPROVING. Greene Foundation Trustees v. Boston, 12 Cush. 57. 

In statute. King z/. Justices, 7 B. & C. 731. 
XMPUNITIVE. damages. In verdict. Dillon r*. Rogers, 36 Tex. 152. 



IN. 



Rex V. Beardmore, i Burr. 792. 

In statute. Daggett v. State, 4 Conn. 60. 

and about. In contract. McMahon v. R. Co., 75 N. Y. 231. 

and for. Reg. v. Aldborough, 13 Q. B. 193. 

In statute. Rex v. Inhabitants, 7 Q. B. 725; Same v. Same, 7 Q. B. 

534- 

case )f the decease. Briggs v. Shaw, 9 Allen, 517. 

oonaideration. In contract. Goward v. ^Vai'^rs, 98 Mass. 598. 

oo\irt. Madden v. Brown, 97 Mass. i so. 

esse. Hone v. Van Schaick, 3 Barb. Ch. 488. 

execution of this act. In statute. Thomas v. Stephenson, 2 EI. 

& Bl. 108. 

France. In will. Grou t-. Grinley, 35 Conn. iii. 

ftill. In receipt. Bard r. Wood, 3 Mete. 74. 

full oonfldeixua. In wdl. Le Marchant v. Le Marchant, L. R., 

18 Eq. Cas. 414. 
hand paid. In insurance policy. Pitt v. Berkshire Ins. Co., 100 



Mass. 500. 

— her own right. Merrill v. Bullock, 105 Mass. 486. 

— or about. In order. Reg. v. Inhabitants, 7 Q. B. 232. 

— p«rfeot order. Foster v. Peyser, 9 Cush. 242. 

— p«rsuance of this act. In statute. Thomas v. Stephenson, 2 
El. & Bl. 108. 

— solemn fbrm. Kirby v. Kirby, 40 Ala. 492. 

— store. In receipt. Goodyear v. Ogder, 4 Hill. 104. 



'i 



IN* 



IN. 



173 



INCOME. 



Road, 68 Pa. 
London Gas- 



>8. 

?ed. Rep. 475- 
1 1 Pick. 376. 
eal, 91 Pa. St. 



160. 

igton V. War- 
aslett V. Burt, 

Armstrong, 72 

, ; Emerson v. 
1.45- 



. 152. 

N. Y. 231. 

Same, T ^.^ 

7. 

98 Mass. 598. 

ephenson, 2 Eh 

[archant, L. R., 

re Ins. Co., 100 

6. 
J. 232. 

'. Stephenson, 2 

34- 



INABILITY. 



INACCUBATE. 



U. S. V. Forrest, 3 Cranch 
Butler V. Hopper, i 

Klaise v. State, 27 



INCAPABLE. 



INCEST. 



IN — Continued. 

Bubstanoe. In plea. Wright v. Clements, 3 B. & Aid. 507. 

the course of. Sharpe v. Bluck, 10 y. B. '289. 

the rear thereof. Read v. Clarke, 109 Mass. 82. 

this state. In statute. Sarah v. State. 28 Miss. 267. 

trust nevertheless and upon condition. In deed. Sohier 71. 

Trinity Church, 109 Mass. i. 
book-keeper office. In indictment. 

C. C. 60. 
Representative Congress. In statute. 

Wash. C. C. 500. 
In statute. Queen v. Drew, 1 5 Q. B. 476. 

absence, sickness or other . In statute. 

Wis. 462. 

description. In statute. Reg. v. Coward, 16 Q. B. 828 ; Rogers 

V. Lewis, 7 C. B. (N. S.) 30. 
INAFFBECIABLE. Embrey v. Owen, 6 Ex. 353; Sampson v. Hoddenott, i C. B. (N. 
S.) 604. 

of acting. In statute. Reg. v. White, L. R., 2 Q. B. 558; 8 B. & 

S. 595. 
to act. In deed. Re Bignold, L. R., 7 Ch. App. 223. 

In statute. Com. v. Goodhue, 2 Mete. 193; People v. Rowle, 2 Mich. 

N. P. 209; People V. Harnden, i Park. C. C. 344; Noble v. State, 

22 Ohio St. 541 ; State v. Thomas, 10 Cent. L. J. 327 ; State v. 

Schaunhurst, 34 Iowa, 347 ; Baker v. State, 30 Ala. 521 ; Delaney v. 

People, 10 Mich. 241 ; Cook v. State, 1 1 Ga. 53. 
toanymanufooturing process. In statute. Haydon z/. Taylor, 

4 B. & S. 525. 
to the sale or conveyance, hi statute. Doe v. Phillips. 1 1 Ad. 

& Ell. 797. 

Baltimore v. Railroad, 10 Wall. 543, 
expenses. In statute. Reclamation Dist. v, Hagar, 4 Fed. Rep. 

367. 

purposes. In statute. State v. Walfrom, 25 Wis. 468. 

other expenses. In statute. U. S. 7/. Smith, i Bond, 69. 

In deed. Campbell v. Gilbert, 57 Ala. 569. 

In statute. Taylor v. Welbey, 36 Wis. 42. 

In statute. State v. Cook, 3 Vroom, 347. 

In statute. The Little Ann, i Paine, 43. 

the president. In charter. Meyer v. Johnson, 53 Ala. 239. 

In notice. Monroe v. Ackworth, i N. H. 201. 

Booth V. Ammerman, 4 Bradf. 129 ; ex parte McComb, 4 Bradt 15' ; 
Reg. V. Comm'rs. 4 H. L. 450 ; Melcher v. City of Boston, 9 Mete. n. 

In statute. Gray v. Darlington, 1 5 Wall. 63 ; U. S. v. Frost. 9 Int. Rev. 
Dec. 41 ; New Orleans v. Hall. 14 La. Ann. 815 ; Wilcox v. Middle- 
sex Co., 103 Mass. 544; People?/. Supervisors, 4 Hill. 20; 7 Hill. 504. 

In will. Simpson v. Moore, 30 Barb. 637. 

and produce. Sohier v. Eldridge, 103 Mass. 350. 

of the estate. Andrews v. Boyd, 5 Me. 199. 



INCIDENT. 



INCIDENTAL. 



INCLOSING. 
INCLGSUIIE. 
INCLUDE. 
INCLUPINa. 

INCLUSIVE. 
INCOME. 



INCOME. 



174 



IN DEB TED NESS. 



INCOME — Continued. 

until shall be realized. /;; contract. Manicer'. Hudson River 

R. Co., 3 Duer, 426. 

ECTCiOMPATIBLE. another office. In statute. Regents v. Williams, 9 Gill & 

J. 365 (17 Am. Dec. 72). 
INCONVENIENCE. Blackman v. Bainton, 15 C. B. (N. S.) 432, 
INCONTINENT. In plea. Watts v. Greenlee, 2 Dev. (L.) 1 18. 

INCOBFOBATED. bank. In statute. Com. v. Tenney, 97 Mass. 50. 

company. In statute. Robinson v. Bk. of Attica, 21 N. Y. 406; 

Coats V. People, 22 N. Y. 245. 

INCORPOBEAL. chattel. Boreel v. Mayor, 2 Sandf. 552. 

INCOBBECT. or otherwise iinjust. In statute. Great Western R. Co. v. 

Barlie, 5 B. & S. 934. 

INCREASE. the risk. In insurance policy. Crane v. City Ins. Co., 3 Fed. 

Rep. 558. 

INCREASED. value. In statute. Boylan v. U. S., 10 Wall. 58. 

INCXniBRANCE. Newcome v. Fiedler, 24 Ohio St. 463 ; Klein v. McNamara, 54 
Miss. 104 : Warner v. Rogers, 23 Minn. 34. 
In deed. Kelsey v. Remer, 43 Conn. 135. 

In insurance policy. Lockwood v. Middlesex Ins. Co., 47 Conn. 554. 
In statute. Town qf Clinton v. Town of Westbrook, 38 Conn. 10; 

SchaefTeri'. Weed, 8 111. 511. 
In deed. Chapman v. Kimball, 7 Neb. 399; Anon., 2 Abb. N. C. 56; 
Musgrave v Sherwood, 54 How. Pr. 338. 

aflfeoting the estate. In statute. Packw.Tarpley, gAd.&Ell. 468. 

INCUMBRANCER. In deed. Grier v. Grier, L. R., 5 H. L. 688. 

In statute. Shaeffer v. Weed, 8 111. 511. 
INC CJMBR A NCES. In deed. Prescott v. Freeman, 4 Mass. 627 (3 Am. Dec. 246) ; Chap- 
man V. Kimball, 7 Neb. 399; Springs. Tongue, 9 Mass. 28 (6 Am. 
Dec. i); Walker?/. Denner, 5 Mo. (App.) 139; Funk v. Voneida, 11 
S. & R. 110 (14 Am. Dec. 617). 
In will. Doe v. Danes, 16 ^. B. 952. 
INCUB. CranJall v. Bryan, 15 How. Pr. 48. 

In bond. Scott v. Tyler, 14 Barb. 202. 

shall . In statute. U. S. v. Distillery, 1 1 Blatch. 255. 

INCUBBED. In contract. Agawam Bank v. Shever, 18 N. Y. 502. 

within. In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 14 Q. B. 345. 

damages . In statute. Deyo v. Stewart, 4 Denio; loi. 

expenses . In statute. Reg. v. Kingston-on-Huil, 2 Ell. & Bl. 184. 

INDEBTED. St. Louis Perp. Ins. Co. v. Goodfellow, 9 Mo. 150 ; Grant v. Mechanics' 
Bk., 15 S. & R. 140; Pittsburg, etc.. R. Co. v. Clarke, 29 Pa. St. 146; 
Sewall V. Lancaster Bk., 17 S. & R. 285. 
In statute. Re Iron Co., 2 Ch. Div. loi. 

in any form. In bank by-law. Kahn v. Bk. of St. Joseph, 70 Mo. 

263. 
INDEBTEDNESS. Mallingly v. Waulke, 2 Bradw. 169. 

In constitution. French v. City of Burlington, 42 la. 614. 

any other cause of whatever. In statute. Langstafi z/. Rock, 

13 Mo. 580. 



-rtrnmiBm 



TEDNESS. 

[udson River 
ams, 9 Gill & 



50. 

21 N. Y. 406; 



ern R. Co. v. 
IS. Co., 3 Fed. 

McNamara, 54 

^7 Conn. 554. 
38 Conn. 10; 

Abb. N. C. 56 ; 

9 Ad. & Ell. 468. 



)ec. 246) ; Chap- 
lass. 28 (6 Ani. 
k V. Voneida, 1 1 



255- 

>. B. 345. 
i, loi. 

2 Ell. & Bl. 184. 
int V. Mechanics' 
e, 29 Pa. St. 146 ; 



>t. Joseph, 70 Mo. 



614. 
ingstaff V. Rock, 



INDECENCY. 



17s 



INDORSE. 



INDEMNITY. 
INDENT. 

INDENTUBE. 



INDECENCY. Ardery v. St- te, 56 Ind. 328. 
INDECENTLY. Reg. v. Webb, 2 C. & K. 938. 
INDEMNIFY. Wellerx/. Eames, 15 Minn, 461. 

In award. Peck v. Wakely. 2 McCord, 279. 

In award. Peck v. Wakely, 2 McCord, 279, 

In statute. U. S. v. Irwin, 5 McLean, 183. 

Overseers v. Overseers, 6 N. J. (L.) 169. 

In plea. Phillips v. Clift, 4 Hurl. & N. 173; Magee v. Fisher, 8 Ala. 
320. 

apprentioe by . In statute. St. Pancreas v. Clapham, 2 El. & El. 

754- 

this . In deed. Walker z/. Keile, 8 Mo. 301. 

rubber. Goodyear v. Muller, 3 Fish. Pat. Cas. 420. 

U. S. V. Rogers, 4 How. 567 ; i Hempst. 450 ; U. S. v. Ragsdale, i 

Hempst. 497. 
In statute. Wall v. Williams, 1 1 Ala. 826 ; Lafontaine v. Avaline, 8 

Ind. 6. 

country. In statute. Waters r/. Campbell, 4 Sawyer, 124; re 

Carr, 3 Sawyer, 317 ; U. S.r/. Winslow, 3 Sawyer. 337 ; Bates v. Clark, 
5 Otto, 204; U. S. V. Seveloflf, 2 Sawy. 311. 

islands. In insurance policy. Robertson v. Clarke, i Bing. 445. 



INDIA. 
INDIAN, 



INDIANS. 

INDiCAVIT. 

INDICTABLE. 



Ex parte Reynolds, 5 Dill. 395. 
State V. Cummins, i Mill, 55 (12 Am. Dec. 596). 
offense. In constitution. State v. Berlin, 42 Mo. 572 ; State v. 



Cowan, 29 Mo. 330. 
INDICTMENT. Com. v. Gillon, 2 Allen, 93. 

In constitution. Mott v. State, 29 Ark. 147 ; Wolff v. State, 19 Ohio 

St. 248. 
In statute. Queen v. Ingham, 5 B. & S. 271. 
INDIFFEBENT. State v. Pike, 49 N. H. 399. 

persons. In statute. Fox v. Hills, i Conn. 294; Mitchell v. 

Kirtland, 7 Conn. 229. 
INDIGNITIES. In statute. Richards v. Richards, i Wright (Pa.), 225 ; Kempf v. 
Kempf, 34 Mo. 211 ; Dwyer v. Dwyer, 2 Mo. (App.) 17. 

to the other. In statute. Hooper v. Hooper, 19 Mo. 355. 

to the person. In statute. May v. May, 62 Pa. St. 206 ; Rose v. 

Rose, 9 Ark. 507 ; Coble v. Coble, 2 Jones (Eq.), 392 ; Erwin z/. Erwin, 
4 Jones (Eq.), 82 ; Miller v. Miller, 78 N. C. 105 ; Cheatham v. Cheat- 
ham, 10 Mo. 296. 

INDIRECTLY, directly or . In deed. Rawlinson v. Clarke, 14 M. ^ W. 189. 

INDISPENSABLE. Griswold v. Hepburn, 2 Duv. 26. 
INDIVIDUAL. In statute. Otis Co. v. Inhabitants, 8 Gray, 509. 

INDOOB. movables. In will. Penniman r/. French, 17^ Pick. 404 (28 Am. 

Dec. 309). 

INDORSE. Hartwell v. Hemmenway, 7 Pick. 117; Brooks v. Edson, 7 Vt. 351 ; 

Clark V. Sigourney, \^ Conn. 511 ; Haines v. Dubois, 30 N. J (L.) 
2S9; Montague v. Smith, 13 Mass. 403 ; Hartwell v. Hemmenway, 7 
Pick. 117 ; Com, v. Spelman, 124 Mass. 327. 



INDORSE. 



176 



INHABIT 



mDOBHE 



INDORSED. 

INDOBSSE. - 
INDORSEMENT 



INDUBITABLE. 

INELIGIBLE. 

INEVITABLE. 



Continued. 

/// note. Tatuni v. Bonner, 27 Miss. 760, 

In statute. Baker v. Coghbn, 7 C. B. 131. 

Com. V. Butterick, too Mass. 12; Higgins v. Bullock, 66 III. 37. 

on the instrument. In statute. Brown v. Foster, 1 Mete. 1 52. 

in due oourae. In statute. Sackett v. Johnson, 54 Cal. 107. 

Clark V. Sigourney, 17 Conn. 511 ; Bradley v. Traumel, Hempst. 

164; Keller v. Williams, 49 Ind. 504; Rex v, Aiscott, 6 C. & P. 408; 

Rex V. Bigg, I Stra. 18. 

Spencer v, Colt, 89 Pa. St. 314. 
State V. Murray, 28 Wis. 99. 
Gibson v, Muskett, 3 Man. & G. 167. 
aooident. Brosseau v. Hudson, 11 La. Ann. 427; Lucas v. The 

Swan, 6 McLean, 282 ; The Grace Girdler, 7 Wall. 196; McArthur v. 

Sears, 21 Wend. 190; Neal v. Saunderson, 3 Miss. 572; Trent Nav. 

Co. V. Wood, 4 Doug. 287 ; Central Line v. Lowe, 50 Ga. 509 ; Brown 

V. Kendall, 6 Cush. 292; Sampson v. U. S., 12 Ct. of CI. 480; The 

Brazos, 14 Blatchf. 448. 
In lease. Sauer v. Bilton, 26 W. R. 394; 7 Ch. Div. 815. 
accidents. In bill of lading. Fowler v. Davenport, 21 Te . 626 ; 

Marsh v, BIythe, i McCord, 360; Marsh v. BIythe, i N. & M. 170. 
casualty. In lease. Hodgson v. Dexter, i Cranch C. C. 109; i 



INFAMOUS. 



Cranch, 350. 
— crime. In constitution. 



INFEBIOB. 



INFEBBED. 
INFLICTED. 
INFOBMALITY. 
INFOBMATION 



Com. V. Shaver. 3 W. & S. 338 ; U. S. v. 

Maxwell, 3 Dill. 275 ; State ?/. Randolph, 24 Conn. 365 ; U. S. v. Block, 

4 Sawyer, 211 ; U. S. v, Baugh, i Fed. Rep. 784; People v. Sponsler, 

I Dakota, 296. 
In statute. Rex v. Hickman, i Moody, 34. 
court. In statute. Ex parte Rountree, 51 Ala. 43; Perkins v. 

Corbin, 45 Ala. 103. 

courts. Ruckman v. Cornell, i N. Y. 505 ; Grignon v. Astor, 2 

How. 319; ex parte Watkins, 3 Pet. 193; Livingston v. Van Ingen, 
t Paine, 44. 

In constitution. Saunders v. State, 55 Ala. 44. 

tribunals. In constitution. State v. Daniels, 66 Mo. 200 ; Davey 

V. Burlington, etc., R. Co., 31 Iowa, 553. 

Morford v. Peck, 46 Conn. 384. 

iojury . In statute. Com. v. McLoon, loi Mass. i. 

In order. King 7/. Inhabitants, 2 Ad. & Ell. 255. 
Goddard v. State, 12 Conn. 448. 



TNFOBMED. 
INFOBMEB. 
*NHABIT. 



In constitution. State v. Vail, 53 Mo. 97. 

In statute. Hopkins v. Crowe, 4 Ad. & El. 778. 

give . In offer of reward. Smith v. Moore, i C. B. 438. 

Tn statute. Re Kelly, 39 Conn. 162. 

giving . In statute. U. S, v. Whittier, 5 Dill. 35. 

and believes. In affidavit. Turnage v. Fish, 22 Ark. 287. 

In statute. Rex v. Teasdale, 3 Esp. 68 ; Bradley v. U. S., 1 2 Ct. of Cl. 578 
In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants. 7 O. B. 534; Reg. v. Coldicate, 17 
Q. B. 54; Doune v. Martyr, 8 B. & C. 69; King v. Inhabitants, 3 B. 
& Ad. 418; 3 B. & Ad. 423. 



^■■^0KmBiJimmm 



mmsmmim 'i K i immm 




III. 37- 
2 Mete 
Cal. 107. 
mel, Hampst. 
) C. & P. 408 ; 



Lucas V. The 
; McArthur v. 
2 ; Trent Nav. 
■a. 509; Brown 

CI. 480; The 



rt, 21 Te .626; 
N. & M. 170. 
:h C. C. 109; I 

S. 338 ; U. S. V. 
i U.S.z/. Block, 
)le V. Sponsler, 



43; Perkins v. 

non V. Astor, 2 
1 V. Van Ingen, 



Mo. 200 ; Davey 



, I. 



B. 438. 



! Ark. 287. 
, izCtof Cl. 578 
. V. Coldicate, 17 
Inhabitants, 3 B. 



INHABIT. 



ITJ 



INJURIOUSLY 



JNUABTr — Continued. 

oease to . In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 2 Q. B. 448. 

INHABITANT. Chilton v. London, 7 Ch. Div. 735; Thayer v. City of Boston, 124 
Mass. 132; Sears v. City of Boston, i Mete. 251 ; Picquct v. Swan, 

5 Mason, 35 ; Barnet's Case, i Dallas, 1 53. 

In constitution. Opinion of the Justices, 122 Mass. 594; 5 Mete. ^87; 
7 Mass. 523. 

In statute. King z/. Hall, i B. «fc C. 1 36 ; King t/. Poynder, 1 B. & C. 180 ; 
Durante. Carter, L. R., 9 C. P. 261 ; Queen v, Inhabitants, i Q. B. 
41 1 ; King v. Inhabitants, 4 B. <b C. 960 ; School Dist. v. Pollard. 55 N. 
H. 503 ; Bishop v. Vose, 27 Conn. 9; Lyie v. Foreman, i Dallas, 480; 
Spragins v. Houghton, 3 III. 377; Board v. Davenport, 40 III. 197; 
Isham V. Gibbons, t Bradf. 69; State v. Ross. 23 N. J. (L.) 5r7; U. 
S. V. Penelope, 2 Pet. Adm. 61 ; Bell v. Pierce, 48 Barb. 51 ; Chero- 
kee Ins. Co. V. Justices, 28 Ga. 121 ; Walnut v. Ware, 13 Otto, 683. 

INHABITANTS, fn statute. Holmes v. Oregon, etc., R. Co., 5 Fed. Rep. 523 ; Bald- 
win V. Town of North Bradford, 32 Conn. 47 ; Lee v. Boston, 2 Gray, 
484; Inhabitants v. Trustees Ministerial Fund, 37 Me. 369: Ontario 
Bk. T/. Bunnell, 10 Wend. r86; Hartford Fire Ins. Co. z*. Hartford, 
3 Conn. 15 ; Long v. Brown, 4 Ala. 622 ; State v. Springfield Tp., 

6 Ind. 83 ; Newmarket v. Smart, 45 N. H. 87; Lyman v. Fiske, 17 
Pick. 231 (28 Am. Dee. 293). 

and oooupiers. In statute. Queen z/. Wilson, 12 Ad. & Ell. 94. 

of the city. In statute. Brown v. Fletcher, 25 Ark. 289. 

not householders. In statute. King v. Mashiter, 6 Ad. & Ell. 

153; King V. Dane, 6 Ad. & Ell. 386. 

all the . In statute. Marlborough v. Hebron, 2 Conn. 20, 

free . In constitution. D red Scott v. Sandford, 19 How. 419; 

Elmendorff T/. Carmiehael, 3 Littell, 472 (14 Am. Dec. 86). 
reparable by the at large. In statute. Gibson v. Mayor, L. R. 

5 Q- B. 218. 

deterioration. In bill of lading. The America, 8 Ben. 491. 

In will. Watkins v. Frederick, 1 1 H. L. Cas. 358. 

and transmitting inheritance. In statute. Bent v. St. Vraim, 

30 Mo. 268. 

kill or . In statute. Oviatt v. State, 19 Ohio St. 573. 

with intent to kill or . In statute. People v. Carmiehael, 5 

Mich. 10; Peoples. Edwards, 5 Mich. 22. 

Plank Road Co. v. Chamberlain, 32 N. Y. 659. 

party. People v. Howard, 17 Cal. 63. 

person . In statute. Gale v. Libson, 52 N. H. 174. 

those . In statute. Morrison v. Bucksport, 67 Me. 353. 



INHEBENT. 

INHERIT. 

INHEBlTlNa. 

INJUHE. 



INJUBED. 



INJUBES. 
INJXTBIES. 



:,jf,>iaiB6aai«sB«» 




In statute. Com. v, Sullivan, 107 Mass. 218. 

done to person or property. In statute. Blass v. Str. Robt. 

Campbell, 16 Mo. 266. 

to property. Cleveland v. Barrows, 59 Barb. 364. 

to the person. In statute. Garrison v. Burdin, 40 Ala. 513. 

INJTTBIOUSLY. affected. In statute. Riekett v. R. Co., L. R., 2 H. L. 175; 

Charman v. McCarthy, L. R., 7 H. L. 243; Queen v. R. Co., 14 Q. B. 

25. 

23 



INJURIOUSLY. 



178 



INNKEEPER. 



INJURIOUSLY Continued. 

and wrongfully. In indictment. State v. Vermont, etc., R. Co.. 

27 Vt. 103. 

IN J UBT. McGune v. Palmer, 5 Robt. 607. 

caused by aooident. In insurance policy. Trew 7/. Railway Pass. 

Ins. Co., 5 Hurl. <k N. 212; 6 Hurl, & N. 839. 

to the property of another. In statute. Webb v. Bowler, 5 

Jones (L.). 362. 

aooidental . In insurance policy. Fitton v. Ins. Co., 17 C. B. (N. 

S.) 134. 
bodily eflfeoted through external, violent and aooidental 

means. In insurance policy. Bayless v. Travelers' Ins. Co., 14 

Blatchf. 143. 

serious personal . In insurance policy. Ins. Co. v. Wilkinson, 

13 Wall. 222. 

or undue delay to creditors. In statute. Re Charlton, 6 Ch. 

Div. 45- 

bill. In statute. Mahoney v. Ashlin, 2 B. & Ad. 483. 

navigation. In statute. Moore v. Am. Trans. Co., 24 How. i. 

waters of the United States. In statute. The Cotton Plant, 

10 Wall. 577. 

In statute. Mason v. Bibby, 2 H. & C. 881. 

of the county infirmary. In contract. Joberson v. Santa Clara 

Co., 28 Cal. 545. 

Holder v. Soulby, 8 C. B. (N. S.) 255 ; Kisten v. Hildebrand, 9 B. Mon. 
73 ; Willard v. Reinhardt, 2 E. D. Smith, 148 ; Carpenter v. Taylor, 

1 Hilt. (N. Y.) 193 ; Dickerson v. Rogers, 4 Humph. 182 ; Thompson 
V. Lacy, 3 B. & Aid. 286 ; Wintermute v. Clarke, 5 Sandf. 247 ; Pink- 
erton v. Woodward, 33 Cal. 557 ; Chamberlain v. Masterson, 26 Ala, 
371 ; Holder v. Souly, 8 J, Scott (N. S,), 254; Overseers v. Warner, 

3 Hill, 150; Walling v. Porter, 35 Conn, 183; People v. Jones, 54 
Barb. 311 ; Thompson v. Lacey, 3 B. & Aid. 283; Taylor v. Monnet, 

4 Duer, 116 ; Krohn v. Sweeney, 2 Daly, 200; Cromwell v. Stephens, 

2 Daly, 15 ; Beall v. Beck, 3 Cranch C. C. 66€. 
Ik insurance policy. Pitt v. Laming, 4 Camp. ^^. 

In statute. Bonner z'. Welborn, 7 Ga. 296 ; Kelly z/. Excise Comm'rs, 

54 How. Pr. 327. 
or tavern. In statute. Carscadden's Case, 2 City Hall Rec. 53. 

nnrZEEPEB. Wintermute v. Clarke, 5 Sandf. 242; Lyon v. Smith, Morris (la.) 184; 
Cromwell v. Stephens, 2 Daly, 15; Parker v. Flint, \% Mod. 254; 
Dickerson v. Rogers, 4 Humph. 179; Dixon v. Birch, 8 Ex. 135 ; 
Com. V. Wetherbee, loi Mass. 214 ; Thompson v. Lacy, 3 B. & Ad, 
r>J'7 • Overseers v. Warner, 3 Hill, 150 ; Southwood v. Myers, 3 Bush, 
6C Norcross v. Norcross, 53 Me. 163; Lyon v. Smith, i Morris, 
184; State V. Matthews, 2 Dev. & B. (L.) 424 ; Kister v. Hildebrand, 
9 B. Mon. 72 ; Howth v. Franklin, 20 Tex. 798 ; Clark v. Burns, 11& 
Mass. 275. 
In insurance policy. Pitt v. Laming, 4 Camp. 77. 
In statute. Brittain v. Bethany, 31 Miss. 331 ; Kelly v. Excise 
Comm'rs, 54 How. Pr. 327. 



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179 INSTRUCTIONS. 

P '*y. In statute. Kimball 7/. Kimball, 44 N. H. 123. 

M -.baser. Livingston v. Cochran, 33 Ark. 294; Gerson v. 

Po^l, 31 Arlt. 90. 

Rex V. Home, 2 Cowp. 672; Whitsett v. Womach. 8 Ala. 466; Co- 
burn V. Harwood, Minor, 93; Mix v. Woodward, 12 Conn. 262- 
Sheehy v. Briggs, 2 Har. & J. 363 ; Beardsley v. Tappan, i Blatchf. 

588. 

Haines?/. Davis, 6 How. Pr. 118. , 

Jackson v. King. 4 Cow. 207 (15 Am. Dec. 354). 

In statute. Burnham z/. Mitchell, 34 Wis. 1 17. 

State V. Wilner. 40 Wis. 304; re Forman, 54 Barb. 274; Boswell v. 

State, 63 Ala. 308; Lee v. Lee, 4 McCord. 183 (17 Am. Dec. 722); 

Waters v. Connecticut Mut. Ins. Co., 2 Fed. Rep. 892 ; Frazer v. 

Frazer, 2 Del. Ch. 260. 

In insurance policy. Newton v. Mut. Ins. Co.. 76 N. Y. 426. 
Thompson v. Thompson, 4 Cush, 127 ; Herrick v. Borst. 4 Hill, 650- 
Webbt/. Sachs, 15 Bank. Reg. 168; Driggs v. Moore, 1 Abb. U. S- 
440; Walkenshaw ?/. Perzel, 4 Robt. 426; Lee v. Kilborn. 3 Gray. 
594: Herald v. Scott, 2 Ind. 55; Terry v. Bank of Central New 
York, 15 How. Pr. 445 ; Hazleton v. Allen, 3 Allen, 114 ; Morrill v. 
Blackman, 42 Conn. 324, 

In statute. Thelluson v. Smith, 2 Wheat. 396 ; Bartlett v. Prince 9 
Mass. 43« ; U. S. v. King, Wall. C. C. .2 ; Mayer v. Hillman, i Otto. 
496; 10 Blatchf. 257; Piper 7/. Poppenhausen, 43 N. Y. 68; Toofv. 
Martin, 13 Wall. 40; Buchanan v. Smith, 16 Wall. 277 ; re Bininger! 
7 Blatchf. 262; Rison v. Knapp, i Dillon, 114; Case z/. Citizens' 
Bk., 2 Woods, 22; McArthur v. Chase. 13 Gratt. 683; Warren f. 
Tenth Nat. Bk., 10 Blatchf. 493. 

Inslee v. Laue, 57 N. H. 454. 

In statute. Biddlescombe v. Bond, 4 Ad. & EU. 333 ; Shears v. Roeers 
3 B. & Ad. 371, * ' 

In will. Montefiore v. Enthoven, L. R., 5 Eq. Cas. 35. 

oiroumstanoes. In statute. Teale v. Younge, i Mc. & Younge. 

498. 

law. Adams v. Story, i Paine, 80; Vanuxen v. Hazlehurst. i 

South. 192 (7 Am. Dec. 582). 

or in oontemplation of insolvency. In statute. Rison v. 

Knapp. I Dill. 186; Martin v. Toof. i Dill. 203 ; Newton v. Mutual 
Benefit Life Ins. Co.. 2 Dill. 154; Holbrook v. Bassett, 5 Bosw. 147. 

trader. Bell v. Ellis. 33 Cal. 620. 

In statute. Bennett v. Griffiths, 3 El. & El. 471 ; Irvinj? v. Grav x 
Hurl. & N. 85. " ^' ^ 

In indictment. Lester v. State. 6 Mo. 658 ; Queen v. Brownlow 1 1 Ad 
& Ell. 127. 

did die. In indictment. Lester v. State, 9 Mo. 666. 

did die. In indictment. State v. Lakey, 6j Mo. 217; State v. 

Steeley, 65 Mo. 218. 

INSTITUTIONS. In constitution. Gerke v. Purcell, 25 Ohio St. 229. 

charitable . In statute. Humphrie i/. Little Sisters of the Poor 

29 Ohio St. 201, 

INSTRUCnONS. Simmons v. Sisson, 26 N. Y. 264. 



INSOLVENT. 



INSPECTION. 
INSTANTLY. 



- tKK: /-(K ■ r'r3sa!«!*^'wjs8Si:e8!»3^:j^g|5^^ 



^^*m^m!rm^ ^iif mi >'-i^^ 3^x.'--r»-i^:^.immsmMiam& - 



fU 



INTENTIONALL Y. 



INSTRUMENT. ^^___^ 

~^„^Le.. or paper. ,n.,.<.». P„gh,..McCornuck,,4Wan. 

_i'for the payment of money only. /» .«»,. Coe .. Strau,, 

J: r:,iting. /» *,.. smith .. AdUi„. L. R. .4 % Cas, *.=• 
__ofg«.ing. /..«»"• Tollet, ..Thomas, L.R..6QRS.6. 

ofeeiJin. /««»«.•■ Trustees r. Commrs, 3 H. 4^. 87i. 

of writing. /»*««■ BowhaB..Hax,ssMo^446. 

HolZinofor m«ldng money. /« <«»"■ R" - M""". ■ 

Moody, 122. ^ , o \t^ A,e 

_ or writing. /».««-• Sl»le .. Fenly. .8 Mo. 445. 
— payable in money. Bk. o( Mobile .. Brown, 42 Ala. .08. 

---'^_'::^2e.r;o„^';^rn;S\vis.M. ^^^ 

'nport! etc.. Ins. Co.. 3. Iowa. 464 (7 Am. Rep. .60). 

mSOBANOE. /»//.<>. .''°-'%-'';';;;%°.^,^:*'citTze„.' Benefit Assn., 6 Mo. 
business. In statute, state v. v^n'* 

J^S^nlxl^y. /,*«.. com... Wetherbee, ,05 Mass_.*.. 
general— . Vandenhenvel.. united lns.C„^ Johns. Gas. .«. 

life Dalby.. India,etc.. Ass. Co., iSC. B. 30S- 

t^cial _. Vandenheuvel .. United Ins. Co.. . Johns. Gas. ,.7. 

Sanford.. Mechanics' Ins. Co.. II Cush.S41. 

^^t!L. InUfcr. peek ..North Staffordshire, etc., R. Go... El. 

J—'- tw««././^.. Harlhnrt.. Pacific Ins. Co., . Sumner, 

479- 
/„ Mut,. Hebden .. West. 3 B. & S. S9"- 
SraUMEOnOK. /„/./,■././.-««.. Loehner..Hom.Mu...ns.Go.,,7 

247. 

/„,/„/„/.. Allegheny Co. ..Gibson, 90 Pa^St. 4.!. 
nnaattEBAHOil. haWtnal— . /»./»«'• Burns.. Burns, .3 Fla. 369, Ba 

7'. Barber, 14 Law Rep. 375- ., ,., 

INTEMPERATE, —habits. In statute. Tatum .. State. 63 Ala. .47- 



nrsuBED. 



INSUREIIS. 



for sale. State v. Learned. 47 Me. 426. 

_ to be recorded. Indeed. Penn .. Preston, 2 Rawlc. .4. 

Wood 7/. Melius, 8 Allen, 434- 

In statute. Whedbee v. Stewart. 40 Md. 4.4. 

to injure or defraud. In statute. U. S. v. Taintor. 

aye 

with an . Com. V. Raymond. 97 Mass. 567- 

Evans v. Gwyn, 5 Q. B. 857. „„ /i \ >.tA. 

^th— . /«/«^W;«.«/. State x/. Tom. 2 Jones (L.). 414. 

nn-EimONAL. m statute. ';°7^7-2;;;'''37,tnT-I-in<'-".37Mlch^ 
nfTENTIONALLY. neglect. In statute. Breitung 



INTENDED. 

INTENDS 
INTENT. 



INTENTION. 



i1g!rwH!>S«W^x i ii i , i i . ;f . , .M - 



■if> » i M » r » ii iiiii j IjM iij lfm H I r ii | [ | Lj i nn i.. 



^l A m .i fl- , 



TIONALL Y. 



, 6 Mete. 223. 
rmack. uWall. 

Coe 7/. Straus, 

^ Eq. Cas. 402- 
;.. 6 Q. B. 5»6. 
[. &C. 871. 

I. 446. 

?ex V. Moore, i 

445- 

2 Ala. 108. 



, 13 (20 Am. Dec. 
Warren v. Dav- 

)• 

efit Assn., 6 Mo. 

15 Mass. 160. 
Johns. Cas. 127. 

1 Johns. Cas. 127. 
etc.. R. Co., I El. 
Ins. Co., 2 Sumner, 

It. Ins. Co., 17 Mo. 

5- 

13 Fla. 369; Barber 

Ma. 147. 

2 Rawle, 14- 

Taintor, n Blatchf. 

s (L.). 414- 

ndauer, 37 Mich. ai7« 



INTERCOURSE. 



z8i 



INTEECOURSE. sexual _. Deane .. Avel7ng. , Rob. Ecd Cas. 298. 



INTEREST. 



INTEBEST. 




Davis V. Roder, 53 III. 4,6 ; Dry Dock Bk. v. American Ins. Co., 3 N 
Y. 344; Gaar v. Louisville Bk., i. Bush, 180; Glendon Co. t.. Town- 
send, 120 Mass. 346. 

In contract. Granger z/. Pierce. 112 Mass. 244. 

In insurance policy. Merrill v. Ins. Co.. 73 N. Y. 452. 

In statute. Reg. v Commrs, L. R.. 4 H. L. 450 ; Zeibe v. Reigart, 42 

Iowa, 229: F.tch .. R-,tes, u Barb. 47. ; Com. .. Keenan, 97 M^ss. 

589 ; Cary v. Savings Union. 22 Wail. 39. 
In will. Kingston v. Bouverie, 7 H. L. Cas. 557. 

^;?,**^°^«'P"flt«a»d proceeds. In will. Hooper r.. Rossiter, 

I McClelland. 525. ' 

inland. In statute. Entwistle 7/. Davis. L. R.. 4 En Cas -7- 

Lewis r.. Lewis. L. R., .3 Eq. Cas. 2.8; Tyler .,. Bennett, 5 Ad. & 
Ell. 377; Mechelin v. Wallace, 7 Ad. & Ell. 57. 

in lands. In statute. Kingsley v. Holbrook. 45 N. H. 313 

— in or concerning lands. In statute. Donellan t.. Read , B & 
Aa. 904. -^ 

in the event. In statute. Booth 7/. Hart, 43 Conn. 485. 

for good-wiU. In statute. Ex parte Farlow. 2 B. & Ad. 347. 

of the insTxred. In statute. Haiford v. Kymer, 10 B. & C. 729. 

rents and profits. In deed. Ladd v. Ladd, 8 How. 10 

— thenceforth to accrue due. in deed Atkinson v. Jones, 2 Ad. 

*°^ 7;^ ^ <»• eonoernmg them. In statute. Evans v. Roberts. 5 
?ranrh m' ^^ \ ^.^"'""han'. 3 Sumn. 435 ; Hughes v. Moore. 7 
Cranch (N. S.). 176; Simms7/. Killian. 12 Ired. (N. C.) 252- Sonmn 
r'. Lomas. 16 C. B. 145 ; Richards v. Richards, 9 Gray (Mass ) ,n • 
Whiting V. Butler, 29 Mich. ,22; Grover v. Buck. 34 Mich c.g-' 
Daniels v. Bailey. 43 Wis. 566; Hosford v. Carter. 10 Abb (NY) 
Pr. 452; Scott 7-. McFarland. 13 Mass. 309; Marble v. Marble s N 

m ^y\tfZ "• ^*'"^t'7' '^ ^*''°' ^°^ = ^^^'^ "■ G'g"°"^- » Rob.' 
7 Ren fie? • J^^^^P'V "'""'' ^^'^''•='55: VVilliamsz,. Williams. 
N wp^f • ^ I'"- ^""t--^^^' 68 N. Y. 499; Clark v. Condit. ,8 
NN J. (EqO 358 ; Van Keuren v. McLaughlin. ,9 N. J. (Eq.) ,87 ; re 
Betts.7Rep. 522; Cowles v. Marble, 37 Mich. ,58; Pomeroy v 
Winship. 12 Mass. 513; Hoggz/. Wilkins. i Grant (Pa.). 167- Griffin 

wSf?H^'^r^^^'= ^'""«y^'P'""«y.'Wils.34: White z,. 
Wh te. I Harr. (N. C.) 252; Keeler v. Tatnell. 3 Zab. (N J) ,62- 
Hall .. Hall, 2 McCord (S. C). Ch. 269: Shotwel \. Sedam." 3 Ohio; 
5; Gordon v. Gordon, 56 N. H. 170; Madigan v. Walsh. 22 Wis 
sot ; Wright V. De Groff, ,4 Mich. 164; Martin v. Wharton, 38 Ala" 
637 : Leupers v. Henke, 73 III. 405 : Copper Hill Min. Co. z.. Spen " 
cer, 25 Cal. 18 ; Anonymous, i Vent. 36. ; Poultney v. Holmes i 
Stra. 405 ; Edge v. Strafford. , Cro.n. & J. 39, , ~ c. . Tyrw. 93 • 
Delano J. Montague. 4 Cush. (Mass.) 42 ; Stackberger v. Mostaeler' 
4 Ind. 461 ; Young... Drake, 5 N. Y. 463: Wright v. Stavert, 2 EL 
& E. 721 ; Viehe v. Osgood. 8 Barb. (N. Y.) 130; Barnard v. Whip- 
ple. 29 Vt 401 ; Buttemere v. Hayes. 5 Mees. & W. 456; Smith v 
Tombs 3 Jur. 72; Smart v. Harding. ,5 C. B 652; Howard v. Eas- 
ton. 7 Johns. 205 ; Lower v. Winters. 7 Cow. 263 ; Storms v. Sny- 
der. 10 Johns. 109 ; Onderdonk v. Lord, Hill & D. (N. Y ) 129 • Rice 
V. Roberts. 24 Wis. 461 ; Norton v. Webb. 35 Me. 218 ; Coleman v 



i 



'»awa8 



I 



X82 



INTERESTED. 



INTEREST. 

INTEBBST-Conthiued. rsih^rt ^ Buckley. 5 Conn. 262 ; Kerr 7/. 

Packard. -^ Mas. 39 ; /;' '^"^^..f.^S^. « 5 C B. 652 ; Whit- 
Shaw. .3 John. (N. Y.)^36. Sn _^^^ ^ silverthorn. Grant 
temore v. G.bbs. 24 N »• 4 4^ ^^ Falmouth t^. Thomas. 
(Pa.), 4«o : Sutton 7/. Sears, 10 Ind. 2_3 • „ .^ . ^oby v. Roe- 
^.CrU.&M^89:Vaughan.Han^^^^^^^^ 

buck. 2 Marsh. 433 ; S. C 7 T unt . 57 . ^^.^^^^ ^ ^ 

,09; Angell .. Duke. L. ^' l^^-^^-''^' ^J, prear .. Harden- 
6 Ex.70; Beach ^- A»en. 7 Hun (N_ Y .) 44 • Mitchell t.. 

bergh. 5 Johns. .7^ ; ^'^'^'%Z^T' cl^^t, Howard .. Eas- 

s"^:^r-.7^^s:^^ H^^^ 

2 1 yler, 356 ; Green v. Vardiman. 2 Blackf. 324. 

estate and In tatuu. ^^^^^,^^ 3. & c. 464. 

Astata or . . In statute. K.ing v. ii'i"» .' o /- d ,-/; 

estate or . .„ ,.^.„/^ Powell 7'. Jessopp. 18 C. B. 336- 

estate or — m land. ^^ ''''""^' ... ^^. powler 7-. Smith. 2 
judicial Miner7/.Bank, I Mart.(La.)2o. i-o 

.ee:Lrdownt.e_ In statute. Regina .. Hutchinson. 4 El. * 
Jl~ Miner..Bank..Mart.(La.)20-.Fowler7.Smith,2Cal. 
les^ rate of—. i>.^^-- Cameron ..M.*M. Bank, 37 Mich. 

^^'' ^ «nr«.l Reg 7/. Bedfordshire, 4 El. &B1. 540. 

public and general —. Reg- ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^ ,^3 

right, title and— '" ''''^2i.^>^^ Sav. Bank .. B.urett. .22 
In discharge of mortgage. Barnstable sav. 

Mass. 172. M.r«h 7 Wall 515; Dimes 7/. Proprietors, 3 H. 

INTBBBSTED. ^'-'^^;;f^5^f ^p^r/pe^^^^^^^ ^'"^^ ''• ''^^^''''''' 

_!!£let^e. /«...«- Browning ..Bancroft. 5 Mete. 88. 

- ^ *" ^t^ iT^ :*;iirM;ir7,. State. 48 Ala. .23. 

or concerned in. in siaimr. ^-.^^ „ Uaihprt i-* 

,«ne»oiaUy — i= th. recovery. /- «.'«"■ G"- " "»'•>«"■ " 

^- ^" ^^" , „. .„v, ha is . In statute. Ellis v. 

cause or proceeding in which he is 

Smith. 42 Ala. 353- u t ,,c • Thar- 

parties—. In statute. Rickett 7.. R. Co.. L. R.. 2 H. L. .75 . Char 

man7..McCarty.L.R..7H.L.243. „fi. Xancas- 

r. In statute Dodd t^. Northrup. 37 Conn. 216 ; Lancas 

person . In stature, li , ^ Qrgen 7/. Borland. 4 

ter. etc., R. Co. v. Heaton. 8 El. & «'• 905 

..r^inuerem. /»./-«- SheUon.Town orDe,W..7 Cnn. 

414. 



■r ifx r.1 



RESTED. 



S2; Kerr v. 
I. 652 ; Whit- 
orn, I Grant 
h V. Thomas, 
Hoby V. Roe- 
lyburn, Gore, 
Griffith, L. R.. 
r V. Harden- 
1 ; Mitchell V. 
)ward V. Eas- 
;ogg'in V. Sla- 
afosse V. Hu- 
s V. Hamilton, 



), 40 Mo. 184. 

\o. 129. 
& C. 464- 
. 18 C. B. ash- 
ler V. Smith, 2 

ihinson.. 4 El. & 

V. Smith, 2 Cal. 

Bank, 37 Mich. 

. & Bl. 540. 

I Mo. 108. 

V. B.irrett, 122 

Proprietors, 3 H. 
71. Montgomery, 

;, 5 Mete. 88. 

^8 Ala. 123. 

les V. Halbert, 12 

statute. Ellis v. 

! H. L. 175 ; Char- 

onn. 216; Lancas- 
een v. Borland, 4 

of Derby. 27 Cnnn. 



JNTERFERE. 



INTOXICATING. 



INTEBFBKE. with or prejudicially affect. In statute. Queen v. Metropol- 
itan Works, 3 B. & S. 719. 

with the term of office. In constituUon. Board r/. Mattox, 30 

Ark. 567. 
INTERFERENCE. In statute. Gold, etc.. Separating Co. v. U. S. Ore Co., 6 Blatchf. 
307. 

INTERIOR. more district. In statute. U. S. v. Bearse, 4 Mason, 194. 

INTERUNEATION. Didier v. Warner, i Code R. 42. 
INTERLOCUTORY. Mora v. Sun Mut. Ins. Co., 13 Abb. Pr. 304. 

judgment. Cambridge Bank v. Lynch, 76 N. Y. 514. 

order. Talem v. Gilpin, i Del. Ch. 13. 

INTERMEDDLE. McQueen v. Babcock, 41 Barb. 337. 

INTERMEDIATE. toll. Hollingworth v. State, 29 Ohio St. 552. 

INTERNAL. alteration. In lease. Perry v. Davis, 3 C. B. (N. S.) 776. 

improvements. In statute. U. P. R. R. v. Colfiix Co., 4 Neb. 

450 ; South Platte Land Co. v. Buffalo Co., 7 Neb. 260 ; Mayor 
V. Wharf Co., 63 Ala. 629; Township of Burlington v. Beasley, 94 
U. S. 310; County Comm'rs 7/. Chandler, 6 Otto, 205. 

improvement and local concern. In constitution. Mat e v. 

Mathis, 21 Ark. 41. 
INTERPLEADER. Gibson z/. Goldthwaite, 7 Ala. 281. 

INTERPOSE. the defense of usury. In statute. Rosa v. Butterfield, 35 N. 

Y. 665. 
INTERPRET. In order. Atkins v. Palmer, 4 B. & Aid. 377. 
INTERRUPT. In statute. Brown v. State, 46 Ala. 175. 
INTERRUPTION. In statute. Carr v. Foster, 3 Q. B. 581. 

without .. In statute. Webb v. Bird, 10 C. B. (N. S.) 268 ; 13 C. 

B. (N. S.) 841 ; Arkwright v. Gell, 5 M. & W. 203. 
INTERSECT. "Re Springfield Road, 73 Pa. St. 127. 

In statute. State v. Northampton Co., 45 Conn. 344. 
INTIMIDATION. In indictment. O'Connell v. Queen, 11 CI. & F. 155. 

INTO. and out of the port. In statute. The Maria, L. R., i Adm. & 

Ecc. 358. 

the township. In statute. Pomptonz/. Cooper Union, 11 Otto, 

196. 

through or under. In statute. Roderick v. Local Bd., 5 Ch. 

Div. 328. 

State V. Kelley, 47 Vt. 294. 
In information. State v. Kelley, 47 Vt. 294. 
Com. V. Herrick, 6 Cush. 468. 

liquor. People v. Zeiger, 6 Park. C. C. 355. 

In indictment. Eagan v. State, 53 Ind. 162. 

In statute. Jewett v. Washburn, 43 Ala. 574 ; State v. Biddle, 54 N. H. 
379; Miilett V. Stevenson, 26 Conn. 429; Com. v. Grey, 2 Gray, 
501 ; Com. V. Livermore, 4 Gray, 18 ; Com. v. Herrick, 6 Cush. 465 ; 
People V. Hawley, 3 Mich. 330; Markle v. Akron, 14 Ohio, 368; 
Peo le V. Wheelock, 3 Park. C. C. 9; Clifford v. State, 29 Wis. 329; 
Com. V. Smith, 102 Mass. 144; Cora. v. Crawford, i" Cush. 272 ; 
Bntchelder v. Com., 109 Mass. 362. 



INTOXICATED. In statute. 

found . 

INTOXICATING. In statute 



wr'*« N i "" ^' " i i| >^i^ 



IN TOXICA TION. 



•WWr 



INVOLUNTARY' 



In statute. Blaney v. 



INVASION. 

INVEIGLED. 
INVENTED. 



INTOXICATION, gross and confirmed habits of 

Blaney. 126 Mass. 205. 
INTRODUCED. Gibson v. Kirk, i Q. B. 85. 
INTRUDE. Inonfer. Reg. v. WiUuts, 7 9- B. 518. 

INTRUDER. Russell T^. Chambers, 43 Ga. 478. 
INTRUSTED. In statute. Sargent v. Usher, 55 N. H. 287. 

INTBUBX ^ ^^ deposited. /« 5M/«/.. Staniels v. Raymond, 4 Cush. 3«6. 

— with and in possession of. In statute. Fuentes ./. Monies, L. 

_!' with any'note. In statute. Rex .. Bakewell. . Russ. & Ry. 35- 
agent — with the possession. In statute. Cole v. Bank. L. R. 

.lins^:;ii:n"r"eivil conunotion. or of any^Utar. o 
usurped power. In fire policy. Insurance Co. v. Boon, 5 Otto, 

In 'Zute. U. S. .. Ancarola. . Fed. Rep. 683 ; .7 Blatchf. ,2,. 

INVJfiWTJa... Indeed. Bowman 7. Taylor, 2 Ad. & Ell. 293. 

in V J!.« X Wormer, 20 Wall. 354 : 

Thompson./. Goodman .0 WaU. ..7. j^^cormack t.. Sey- 

v. Two Rivers Manuf. Co., 3 f^a. Kep. i, 
mour, 1 Blatchf. 2.0; Union Paper, etc., Bag Co^ ./. Pultz etc 
Co. is Blatchf. .60; Horton v. Maborn, .2 C. B. (N. S.) 450. 
Roberts w. Ryer, i Otto, 151. 
such In statute. McClung z/. Kingsland, . How. 202 

„ r „ ,r. R * r "7 • Millijren w. Picken, i C. 
In statute. Lewis v. Marlmg. 10 B. & C. -7 . ™""b 

B. 800. 
/« constitution. Trade-Mark Cases, 100 U S. 92- 

In contract. Freeman v. Baker, 5 B. & A del. 807. 
In statute. Stratt t. Robinson, 3 B. & Adol. 395- 
People V. Utica Ins. Co.. .5 Johns. 358; Shoemaker v. Sm.th, 37 

Conn. 134. 
INVESTIGATION. Wright i/. Chicago, 48 HI- 285. p,„„,^„ 

S^ESTMENT. /«..«/«^^. Douglass..TownofChatham,4.Conn.2.c; People.. 
Uticalns. Co., isJohns. 385- 
Rolker ... Great Western Ins. Co.. 4 Abb. App. Dec. 76. 
In statute U. S. z/. Twenty-eight Packages, Gilpm. 323. 
1! or Intered value. /« ./a/«/.. Arthur .. Goddard. 6 Otto. .46. 

price. LeRoy v. United Ins. Co.. 7 Johns. 343- 

In contract. Plank .. Gavila. 3 C B. (N. S.) 806. 

°^°"^^r;:^rt^:s;ir aark. case. . eiack. .. ^ 

Am. Dec. 213). 



INVENTOR. 

INVENTORS. 
INVENTORY. 

INVEST. 



INVESTED. 



INVOICE. 




^%»MubUwiw*<> 



INVOLVE. 



185 



ISSUE. 



INVOLVE. 

INWABDS. 
IRON. ' 



themerita. In statute. Ernst v. The Brooklyn, 24 Wis. 616; 

Oatmen v. Bond, 15 Wis. 23. 
and outwards. In contract. Cross v. Payham, L. R,, 6 Ex. 9. 

received. In guaranty. Colbourn z/. Dawson, 10 C B. 772. 

bar or bolt . In statute. U. S. v. Sarchet, Gilpin, 27 \. 

IBREGULAB. or improper conduct. In statute. Harris v. Town of Wood- 
stock, 27 Conn. 567 ; Shelton v. Town of Dcrby^ 27 Conn. 414. / 
process. Cooper z/. Harter, 2 Ind. 252. 

IBBEGULARITY. Salter v. Hilgen, 40 Wis. 363 ; ex parte Schwartz, 2 Tex. 
(App.) 74; Woodcock z'. Bennet, i Cow. 735. , 

IRRELEVANCY. People v. McCumber, 18 N. Y. 315. 

IRRELEVANT. Seward v. Miller, 6 How. Pr. 312; Fabbricotti v. Miller, 6 How. 
Pr. 312; Carpenters. West, 5 How. Pr. 53. 

IRREPARABLE. injury. Wable v Reinbach. 76 111. 322 ; Johnson v. Kier, 3 

Pittsb. 204. 
In statute. Todd r-. Andrews, 3 Mart. (La.) N. S. 25. 

IRRESISTIBLE. superhuman cause. In statute. Clay County v. Simonsen, 

1 Dakota Terr. 404. 

violence. Walker ?/. Guarantee Asso., 18 Q. B. 278. 

IS. In pleading. Fisher 7/. Ford, 12 Ad. & Ell. 654. 

In statute. Lewis?'. Comm'rs, 12 Kas. 206. 

ISOLATED. parts of counties. In statute. Reg. ?/. Brecon, 15 Q. B. 816. 

ISSUABLE. plea. Colquitt v. Mercer, 44 Ga. 432. 

ISSUE. Holland v. Adams, 3 Gray, 188; Graves v. Stokes, I Taunt. 415; 

Harkness v. Corning, 24 Ohio St. 416; Adams v. Law, 47 How. 
417 ; Maxwell v. Call, 2 Brock. 119; Henderson v. Womack, 6 Ired. 
Eq. 487 ; Powell v. Brandon, 24 Miss. 343. 

In deed. Price v. Sisson, 2 Beas. 1 68 ; Den v. Smith, Penn. 9 ; Grier 
V. Grier, L. R., 5 H. L. 688. 

In statute. Rodman v. Smith, 2 N.J. (L.) 7; Curtis v. Leavitt, 17 
Barb. 309; Bigelow v. Moring, 103 Mass. 287; Drain v. Violet, 2 
Bush, 157. 

In will. King 7/. Savage, 121 Mass. 303; Edwards v. Bibb, 43 Ala. 
666; LylesT/. Digges, 6 H. & J. 364 (14 Am. Dec. 281); Bradley v. 
Cartwright, L. R., 2 C. P. 511 ; Roddy v. Fitzgerald, 6 H. L. Cas, 
823 ; Heasman v. Pearce, L. R., 1 1 Eq. Cas. 522 ; Cooper v. Mac- 
donald. L. R., 16 Eq. Cas. 258; re Hopkins, 9 Ch. Div. 131 ; Martin 
V. Holgate. L. R., i H. L. Cas. 175 ; Moore v. Moore, 12 B. Mon. 
655; Black 7/. Cartwell, 10 B. Mon. 193; Barnes v. Greenzcbach, 
I Edw. 41 ; McPherson v. Snowden, 19 Md. 197 ; Taylor v. Taylor, 
63 Pa. St. 481 ; Kleppner v. Laverty, 70 Pa. St. 70; Robins v. 
Quinlivan, 79 Pa. St. 333; Gibson v. Gibson, 4 Jones (L.), 425; 
Cushney v. Henry. 4 Paige. 345; Kingsland ?/. Rapelye, 3 Edw. i; 
Timanus v. Dugan, 46 Md. 402; Thomas v. Higgins, 47 Md. 439: 
Ralphs. Carrick, n Ch. Div. 877; Jordan s. Roach, 32 Miss. 482: 
Walkers. Petchell, i C. B. 652; jellicoe v. Gardiner, 18 C. B. (N. 
S.) 860; Gardiner v. Jellicose, 20 C. B. (N. S.) 198; Cannon v. 
Rucastle, 8 C. B. 885. 

joined. Pointers. Rust, 7 Humph. 532. 

male. In will. Lambert s. Peyton, 8 H. L. Cas. i. 

24 



ISSUE. 



i86 



JEWELS. 



I38UE — Contin 



State V. Brown, 70 N. C. 27 ; Keener v. 



TS, 



ITA. 
ITEM. 

JAILS. 
JEOFABDY. 



JETSAM. 
JETTISON. 

JEWELRY. 
JEWELS. 



ucd. 

of fact. In slaliiti-. 

Fingar, 70 N. C. 35. 

of her body. In will. Young v. Turner, i B. & S. 5^4- 

of my body. In ivill. Allgood v. Blake, L. R., 7 Ex. 339. 

at . Manufacturers, etc., Ins. Co. v. Atwood, 42 U. C. Q. B. 307 ; 

Cerriby v. Wells, 7 U. C. P. R. 330- 

flrtt In ivill. Doe v. Taylor, 10 Q. B. 7'4. 

for want of such i« «"//. Burrin v. Charlton, i Man. & G. 

in dofbult of . In will. Foster v. Hays, 4 El. & Bl. 732 : Vallcr 

7A Carter, 4 El. & Bl. I73- 

lawful . In will. Baniforu v. Lord, 14 C. B. ^^o. 

other the . In will. Allgood v. Blake, L. R., 8 Ex. 160. 

the . In order. Humblestone t/. Welhaln, 5 C. B. 195. 

without In will. Doe v. Gallini, 5 B. & Adol. 643- 

appearing to us. In order. Queen v. Jones. 1 2 Ad. & Ell. 686. 

shaU and may be lawful. In statute. Verplanck v. Mercantile 

Ins. Co., I Edw. Ch. 84. 

shall be lawful. In statute. Julius v. Bishop, 5 App. Cas. 214 ; 

Williamson v. Williamson, i Johns. Ch. 49' • 

shall not be lawftil. In statute. Queen v. Nott, 4 Q- B. 768. 

was proposed. In contract. Meigh 7/. Clinton. 11 Ad. & Ell. 429. 

quod. Feltham v. Cudworth, 2 Ld. Ray. 760. 

In will. Doe v. Westley, 4 B. & C. 668 ; Hopewell v. Ackland, i 
Salk . 239. 

state In statute. U. S. v. Schroeder, 14 Blatchf. 345- 

Kearney v. State, 48 Md. 16; State v. Gill. 33 Ark. 129 ; U. S. v. Wil- 
son, Bald. 78. 

in In constitution. State v. Ray. Rice (L.), i (33 Am. Dec. 90) ; 

Wilson V. Com.. 3 Bush, 105 ; Com.r/. Farrell. 105 Mass. 189; Wright 
V State 5 Ind. 290; McCorkle 7/. State, i4lnd. 39; Morgan 7/. State. 
13 Ind. 215; O'Brien v. Com., 9 Bush, 333- U. S. v. Riley. 5 Blatchf. 
2r4 ; State v. Abram. 4 Ala. 272 : Dunn v. State, 2 Ark. 229; Peo- 
ple 7/ McNealy, 17 Cal. 332; Mount v. Com., 2 Duv. 93: State v. 
Stebbins, 29 Conn. 463: State v. Nelson, 26 Ind. 366: ex parte 
Lange. 18 Wall. 165 ; Finley v. State. 61 Ala. 201 ; Mixon v. State. 
55 Ala. 129; White?/. State, 49 Ala. 344 i Grogan v. State, 44 Ala. 
9; Johnson 7/. State. 29 Ark. 46; Steck v. State, 29 Ark. 115: Lee 
7/ State. 26 Ark. 260 (7 Am. Rep. 61 1) ; McKenzie v. State, 26 Ark. 
335; State V. Cheek, 25 Ark. 206; State v. McKee, 1 Bailey (Law). 
651 (21 Am. Dec. 499. note) . People v. Cage. 48 Call. 324; People 
V. Hunckeler, 48 Cal. 33' : People v. Webb. 38 Cal. 467 : ex parte 
McLaughlin, 41 Cal. 211. 
In statute. Legge v. Boyd, i C. B. 93. 

In insurance policy. Lawrence v. Aberdein, 5 B. & Aid. 10; Butler 7/. 
Wildman, 3 B. & Aid. 404 ; Phillips v. Barber, 5 B. & Aid. 16.. 

In statute. Com. v. Stephens, 14 Pick. 370. 
Civendish v. Cavendish, Brown Ch. 467- 

or ornaments. In statute. Ramaley v. Leland. 43 N. Y. 539; 

Bernstein v. Sweeney, 33 N. Y. (S. C.) 271. 



IWELS. 



keener v. 



339- 
3. B. 307; 



dan. & G. 
\2 ; Valler 

)0. 



6 Ell. 686. 
Mercantile 

). Cas. 214; 

}. B. 768. 
I. & Ell. 429- 

\ckland, i 

5- 

. S. V. Wil- 
li. Dec. 90) ; 
89; Wright 
^an V. State, 
y. 5 Blatchf. 
. 229; Peo- 
13 ; State v. 
5 ; ex parte 
;on V. State, 
ate, 44 Ala. 
k. 115; Lee 
ate, 26 Ark. 
lailey (Law), 
324; People 

7 ; ex parte 



o; Butler z/. 
Jd. 16;. 



N. Y. 539; 



I 



JOB. 



187 



JUDGMENT. 



JOB. when the is finished. In contract. Stickney v. (tassel, 6 III. 

418. 

JOCKEYS. regular or paid riders. In conditions of race. Walnisley v, 

Matthews, 3 Man. kG. 133 ; 3 Scott (N. S.), 584. 

JOINT. and several. Carter v. Carter, 2 Day. 442 ; Jenkins v. DcGroot, 

I Gaines' Cas. 122 ; Smith r-. Martin, 4 Dessau. 148. 

stock company. In statute. Att'y-Gen. v. Mercantile Marine 

Ins. Co., 121 Mass. 524. 

at the expense. In statute. Laphani 7'. Rice, 55 N. Y. 472. 

JOnTTLT. In contract. Lindcrs ?'. Melrose, 3 Hurl. ^ N. 180. 

and severally. In bond. Mitchell 7'. Darricritt, 3 Brev. 145; 

Rice 7'. Gove, 22 Pick. 158. 
In note. Healey 7'. Story, 3 Ex.3; Bradlce 7'. Boston Glass Manu- 
factory, 16 Pick. 347. 

indebted. In statute. Riclitor 7'. Poppenhausen, 42 N. Y. 373. 

execute the olttoe. In statute. (Jucen v. Wake, 8 El. & Bl. 384. 

JOINT-TENANCY, estate in . In statute. Ketchuin v. Walsworth, 5 Wis, too. 



JOINTUBE. 



JOS. 
.^•>URNEY. 



JB. 
JUDQZ. 



JXTDOES. 



JUDGMENT. 




Perry 7'. Penyman, 19 Mo. 469; McCartce v. Teller, 2 Paipc, 511; 

Grogan v. Garrison, 27 Ohio St. 50. 
In statute. Tevis v. McCreary, 3 Mete. (^Ivy.) 151; Vance v. Vance, 

21 Me. 364. 
In note. U.S. v. Keen, i McLean, 429. 
In statute. Gholson v. State, 53 Ala. 521 ; Baker 7/. State, 49 Ala. 350 ; 

Eslava v. State, 49 Ala. 355; Lockett v. State, 47 Ala. 42; Smith v. 

State, 3 Heisk. 511. , 

upon a . In statute. Carr v. State, 34 Ark. 448. 

San Francisco v. Randall, 54 Cal. 408. 

Cunningham v. Bucklin, 8 Cow. 178 (18 Am. Dec. 432). , 

In constitution. Betts v. New Hartford, 25 Conn. 180. 

In statute. Hamilton 7/. Territory, i Wyoming Terr. 136. 

of a county court. In statute. Fowler v. Merrill, 1 1 How. 375. 

of any court. In constitution. People %>. Willson, 15 III. 388. 

In statute. Carrington v. Andrews, 12 Ahb. Pr. 348. 

any of t. court of record. In statute. People 7/. Goodwin, 50 

Barb. 562. 
In constitution. Sims' Case, 7 Cush. 288 ; State v. French, i Chand. 

130. 
of fne court of appeals. In constitution. Settle 7/. Van Evrea, 

49 N Y. 280. 
In statute. Curtis v. Gill, 34 Conn. 49; Frazer v. Gibson, 7 Mo. 272 ; 

MottT/. Union Bk., 38 N. Y. 18; Ganet v. Wheeler, 4 Wis. 308; 

ex parte Overseers. L. R., 6 C. P. 245 ; Bamberg v. Sterne, 76 N. 

Y 555 ; County of Dallas v. Timberlake, 54 Ala. 404 ; Pierce v. 

C ty of Boston. 3 Mete. 560; Com. v. Gloucester, no Mass. 491 ; 

Cummings v. Heard, 2 Minn. 34 ; Pearson 7>. Lovejoy, 53 Barb. 

4C7; Union Bk. v. Martin, 3 La. Ann. 34; Cloud v. State, 2 Harr. 

(Del.) 361 ; Com.*'. Lockwood, 109 Mass. 325 ; Russell v. Lathrop, 

117 Mass. 424. 
— by aerreement. Reed v. Sutton, 2 Cush. 123. 
decree or final order. In statute. Prewett v. Crump, 23 Miss. 

575- 



I 



JUDGMENT. 



I88 



JUNIOR. 



JUDGMENT 



In docket. Titus v. Whitney, i Harr. (N. J.) 



- Continued. 

for the plaintiff. 

85 (31 Am. Dec. 85). 

in rem. Lord v. Chadbourne, 42 Me. 429- 

or order. In statute, guecn v. Overseers. 3 g. B. Div. 457- 

reversed and cause remanded. In order of court. Ryan v. 

Tomlinson, 39 Cal. 639. 

roll. Packard v. Bird, 40 Cal. 378. 

which may be rendered against him in his official capacity. 

In statute. Dallas Co. v. Timberlake. 54 Ala. 403- 

amount of . Re Boyd, 4 Sawyer. 267. 

creditor who has Obtained In statute. Re Frankland. L. R.. 

8(). B. 18. 
JUDGMENTS. In statute. Teague t/. Perry, 64 N. C. 39. 

of courts of record. In statute. Baker v. Stonebraker, 34 Mo. 

' act. Jordan v. Hanson. 49 N. H. 199 ; P'-'<>pl« "• ^''^'^' fSt 
States/. Doyle, 40 Wis. 175: Abbott 7'. Matthews, 26 Mich. 



JUDICIAL. 



JTTNIOB. 



;76; Mills 7.. Brooklyn, 32 N. Y. 489: U. S. v. D.st.llery. i Hughes, 
533. 
business. In statute. State 7/. Cilifornia Mining Co., 13 Nev. 

203. 

decision. In contract. Wad^worth v. Green, i Sand-- 78. 

decisions. In constitution. Little v. Gould, 2 Blatchf. 165; 2 

Blatchf. 362. 

discretion. Tripp v. Cook, 26 Wend. 143 : Clason v. Shotwell. 

12 Johns. 30; Rooke's Case, 5 Coke, 99; Rex v. Wilkes, 4 Burr. 
2539; Judges V. People, 18 Wend. 94: PI-'" v. Munroe, 34 Barb. 
292 ; Jenkins v. Brown, 21 Wend. 454. 

officer. Jewison v. Dyson, 9 M. & W. 541. 

officers. In constitution. Golding's Petition, 57 N. H. 146; 

Att'y-Gen. v. Squires, 14 Cal. 12. 
power. In constitution. Sanders v. Cabemoss, 43 Ala. 173 : Mer- 
rill V. Sherburne, i N. H. 199 (8 Am. Dec. 52); King z^. Derham Bk.. 
15 Mass. 447 (8 Am. Dec. 112); Crane v. Maginnis, i Gill & J. 463 
(19 Am. Dec. 237) ; Parks v. Boston, 8 Pick. 218 (19 Am. Dec. 322). 

power as to matters of law and equity. In constitution. Cal- 

lanan v. Judd, 23 Wis. 349- 
proceeding. Queen v. Tomlinson, L. R.. i C. C. R. 49! Robert- 
son V. Barbour, 6 Monr. (Ky.) 523. 

proceedings. In constitution. Haile v. Hill, 1 3 Mo. 61 3 ; Bright 

V. White, 8 Mo. 422 ; Hendry v. Clure, 29 Ark. 414- 
In statute. Chappel v. Smith. 17 Ga.68: U. S. 7/. Myers, i Hughes. 

533. 
sale. Williamson v. Berry. 8 How. 495 : Sturdevant v. Norris. 

30 Iowa, 65. 
In statute. Mannly v. PembertoiT, 75 N. C. 219; Wright v. Vickers, 

81 Pa. St. 122 

tribunal. State v. l<!eyf Haven, etc.. R. Co., 43 Conn. 351. 

Brainard v. Sheplin. 6 Vt. 9 (27 Am. Dec. 533): Padgett v. Lawrence. 

10 Paige Ch. 170 ; Coit v. Starkweather, 8 Conn. 293. 



'■iAi>»«>i[>M>lfclJ'Wi™'*' 



NIOR. 



. (N. J.) 



■ 457- 
Ryan v. 



apaoity. 



nd, L. Rtt 



jr, 34 Mo. 

1, 40 Cul. 

26 Mich. 

[ Hughes, 

„ 13 Nev. 

78. 
hf. 165; 2 

Shotwell, 
58, 4 Burr, 
, 34 Barb. 



J. H. 146; 

173; Mer- 
erham Bk., 
11 & J. 463 
I. Dec. 322), 

ution. Cal- 
^9; Robert- 
Si 3; Bright 

I Hughes, 
t V. N orris, 

V. Vickers, 

n. 351. 

'). Lawrence, 



JUNK-SHOP. 



189 



JUr.TICE. 



JUNK-SHOP. In city oniinnnce. City Council r. Goldsmith, 12 Rich. 470. 
JUBISDICnON. Lange v. Benedict, 73 N. Y. 12; Railroad Co. v. Placer Co., 43 Cal. 

365 ; Grignon v. Astor, 2 How. 319; U. S. v. Arredondo, 6 Pet. 709 ; 

Frammel v. Russclvillc, 34 Ark. 105 ; Rhode Island v. Massachu- 

setts, 12 Pet. 657; Hickman v. O'Neil, 10 Cal. 292 : Brownsville v. 

Bass, 43 Tex. 440; ex parte Bennett, 44 Cal. 84; Hopkins v. Com., 

3 Mete. 460. 
In statute. Queen v. O'Connor, 5 y. B. 15 ; re Vogt, 18 Int. Rev. Rec. 

18; re Stu^p. II Blatchf. 155. 

pertaining to probate courts. In constitution. Monastes v, 

Catlin, 6 Oregon, 1 19. 

oonotirrent . In statute. U. S. v, Davis, 5 Mason, 357. 

■JUBY. State v. McLear, 1 1 Nev. 39; State v. Burket, 2 Mill. 155 (12 Am. Dec. 

662) ; Gillespie v. Benson, 18 Cal. 409. 
In constitution. Cruger f. II. R. R. R., 12 N. Y. 190; Hood v. Finch, 

8 Wis. 387; Lumsden 7/. City of Milwaukee, 8 Wis. 486 ; Clark v. 

City of Utica, 18 Barb. 451; State ?'. Everett, 14 Minn. 439; Knight 

V. Cimpbcll, 62 Barb, 16; Lamb v. Lane, 14 Ohio St. 167 ; Bibel v. 

Peoi)le, 67 III. 172; Fitchburg, etc., R. Co. v. Boston, etc., R. Co., 3 

Cush. 58; Queen v. Ingham, 5 B. & S. 271 ; The Franconia, 2 Prob. 

Div. '63; Carpenter 7/. State, 4 How. (Miss.) 163(34 Am. Dec. n6). 
of twrl/e men. In constitution. Whitehead v. Arkansas, etc., 

R K Co., 28 Ark. 463. 

trial by . In constitution. State v. McClear, 1 1 Nev. 39 ; People 

V. Kennedy, 2 Park. C. C. 312 ; May v. Milwaukee, etc., R. Co., 3 
Wis. 219. 
JUS. Cooper v/. Phipps, T- R., 2 H. L. 149. 

JUST. In statute, Robinson t/. Burtou, 5 Kas. 293. 

and equitable. In statute. Princes v. Bos, L. R., 5 H. L. 176. 

and reasonable. In statute. Peek v. R. Co., 10 H. L. Cas. 473; 

Simons v. R Co., 18 C. B. 805; London, etc, R. Co, v. Dunham, 18 
' C. B. 826. 

and reasonable oampensation for the services rendered. In 

contract. Culley v. Hardenburgh, i Denio, 508. 

and reasonable terms. In statute. Empire Fire Ins. Co. t/. Real 

Estate Trust Co., i Bradw. 391. 

and true aocount« In statute. Sprague v. Branch, 3 Cush. 577. 

cause. In statute. Osgood v. Nelson, L. R., 5 H. L. 636. 

claim. In statute. Ludlow w. Ramsey, 11 Wall. 581. 

claim of the assured. In insurant, policy. Insurance Co. v. 

Rodell, 5 Otto, 232. 

— — compensation. In constitution. Putnam v. Douglass Co., 6 
Oregon, 328 ; Bigelow v. West Wisconsin R. Co. 27 Wis. 478 ; Ala- 
bama R. Co. V. Burkett, 42 Ala. 83 ; Bloodgood v. Mohawk, etc., R. 
Co., 18 Wend. 93 (31 Am. Dec. 313) ; Whiteman v. Wilmington, 
etc., R. Co., 2 Harr. (Del.) 514 (33 Am. Dec. 411). 

debts. In will. Collamore v. Wilder, 19 Kas. 67 ; Peck v. Bots- 

ford, 7 Conn. 172 (18 Am. Dec. 92) ; Maxwell v. Maxwell, L. R.,4 H. 
L. 506; Smith V. Porter, i Binney, 209; Burke 7a Jones, 2 Vesey& 
B. 275 ; Smith v. Mayo, 9 Mass. 60. 

«TUSTICE. of the peace. Irf constitution. Bettsi/. New Hartford, 25 Conn. 

180. 



i 



»M I !W I| M-MUIM.fc8j;)i)iritJ.MJilU;.yM»^<i»a'JIWKsMW ^ - 



JUSTICE. 



190 



KILL. 



JUSTICE — Continued. „, p.. ,0 

" ""^^"'^ ^Q ^jo /;, ^iii Cole z/. Hawes, 4 Ch. Div. 2^8. 

J-oSTICES. 7« statute. Queen .. Justices^ 6 B. & S. 805. 

any two . In statute. Re Peerless, 1 Q. B. I43- 

JUSTIFIABLE, —cause. In statute. U. S. .. Coffin, . Sumn. 394 
JUSTLY. 



KEEP. 



KEEPER. 



due. In statute. Rogers v. Abbott. 128 Mass. .02; Ames v. 

Ames. 1 28 Mass. 277. 

^ vi^iVnll loK Mass 467; State v. Hanchett, 3& 

In statute. Com. v. Kimball, '°5 ^%^- "^^^ ' „„ . ^. ._ ^ peo„ie 5 
• Conn. 38; Mitchell v. Commr's, 18 Kas. 188; Stolz v. People. 5 

111. 168. „ „ 

__and bear arms. In constitution. Nunn v. State, 'Kelly 243; 

Stockdale V. State. 32 Ga. 225 ; State v. Jumel. .3 La. Ann 399. 
__i^ repair. Inlease. Luxmore .. Robson. . B. & Aid. 585 ; T.ldea 

TATilden. 13 Gray, 103, 
In statute. Blood t/. Bangor, 66 Me. 1 54- 

__open. /./ ./«/«/<■• Com. v. Harrison, n Gray, 308; Lynch v. 
People. 16 Mich. 472. 

open any room. In "atute. State ,.. Cady. 47 Conn. 44. 

__ proper books of account. /« statute. Re Winsor. .6 Bank. 

havener — gunpowder. In statute. Biggs z.. Mitchell. 2 B. & S. 

Cutkr V Howe. 122 Mass. 541 ; Stevens v. People. 67 HI. 587. 
^"f adog. In statute. Comm'rs .. Riley. 52 N. H. 368; Barrett 



KEEPERS. 



KEEPING-. 



V. Melden, etc.. R. Co.. 3 Allen. loi. 

thereof. In statute. McCoy v. Zane. 65 Mo. 12. 

atlarge Without a— In statute. Jennings z.. Wayne. 63 Me^468. 
of a ferry. /« ./«^«/- Covmgton Ferry Co. 7.. Moore, 8 Dana, 

ofbocels. In statute. Re Jones, 3 Ch. Div. 458. 

U S. V. Smith, 4 Cranch C. C. 635. 

a Bhop. In statute. Smith v. Hursell, 10 B. & C 543. 

a faro bank or gaining table. In statute. U. S. .. Smith. 4 

Cranch C. C. 635. . , ., 

open a dram shop. In statute. Blahut v. State. 34 Ark. 447- 

safely and securely — aU moneys deposited. In cashier's bond. 
Huntsville Bank v. Hill, i Stew. 20, (.8 Am. Dec. 39). 

open store. In statute. Snider v. State. 59 Ala. 67. 

he her. In slander. Downing v. Wilson. 36 Ala. 717. 

in operation. Jepherson v. Hunt. 2 Allen. 417- 

watchman on the premises. In insurance policy. Crocker z.. 

People's Mut. Ins. Co., 8 Cush. 79- 
In insurance policy. Hall v. Ins. Co., 58 N. Y. 292. 
inveiKleor . In statute. Hadden7/.People.25N.\.373. 

Whaley. 2 Harring. 538: Com. v. Blodgett, .2 Mete. 56. 
TTTTT Indeed. French z/. Carhart. i N. Y. 96- 

™^' __ any dog. In statute. Cummings v. Perham. . Mete. 556. 



KEEPS. 
KEPT. 

KEROSENE. 
KIDNAP 



KILL. 



KILL. 



191 



KNOWN. 



; Ames v^ 

inchett, 3& 
People, 5 

Kelly, 243 ; 
in. 399. 
585 ; Tilden 



; Lynch v. 

n. 44- 

>r, 16 Bank. 

1, 2 B. & S. 

587. 

368; Barrett 



!, 63 Me. 468,, 
•ore, 8 Dana^ 



43- 

S. V. Smith, 4 

14 Ark. 447- 
ashier's bond^ 

7- 
ri7. 

y. Crocker v. 



"i . 373- 

\. 550; Moody 
133; State V. 
56. 

etc. 556. 



KIND. 



EINDBED. 



EHiIi — Continued. 

any seal. In statute. The Ocean Spray, 4 Sawyer, 109. 

or take. In statute. Loome v. Baily, 3 El, & El. 448. 

to all dogs. In city ordinance. Neiswanger v. City of Kansas, 

71 Mo. 44. 

with Intent to . In statute. Sarah v. State, 28 Miss. 267. 

KIN. near of In statute. Hibbard w. Odell, 16 Wis. (535. 

next of . In statute. McCool 7/. Smith, i Black, 459; Pinkham 

z/. Blair, 57 N. H. 226 ; Dickens 7/. N. Y. C. R. R., 23 N. Y. 1 58 ; Drake 

V. Gilmore, 52 N. Y. 389; Lathrop v. Smith, 24 N. Y. 417. 

another . In statute. Francis v. Mass, 3 Q. B. Div. 342. 

any of property. In statute. Tait v. Local Board, 2 EI. & Bl. 

492. 
In statute. Hughes v. Decker, 38 Me. 153 ; Farrw. Flood, 11 Cush. 24. 
of the half-blood. In statute. Larrabee t/. Tucker, 116 Mass. 

563- 
KINDS. of property. In statute. Guardians w. Board of Health, i B. & 

S. 176. 

KNOCKED. down. Sherwood v. Reade, 7 Hill, 439. 

KNOWING. In statute. Sullivan Co. v. Grafton Co., 55 N. H. 339 ; Merrimack v. 

Sullivan, 45 N. H. 181. 
himself not to be a qualified elector. In statute. Com. v, 

Bradford, 9 Mete. 268. 
KNOWINGLY. Com. v. Hulbert, 12 Mete. 4'',8 ; Com. t/. Boynton, 12 Cush. 499; 

Cliquot's Champagne, 3 Wall. 114; Gregory v. U. S., 17 Blatchf. 

327. 
In statute. Casks of Sherry, 2 Ben. 250 ; U. S. v. Barney, 3 Am. L. J. 

128 ; Byrne v. State, 12 Wis. 519 ; U. S. w. Highleyman, 22 Int. Rev. 

Rec. 138. 
and fraudulently vote at any election. In statute. State v. 

Hart, 6 Jones, 389. 

and willfully. In statute. U. S. v. Mekim, 3 Pittsb. 155 ; Fel- 

ton V. U. S., 6 Otto, 699. 

permits. In statute. State v. Stafford, 67 Me. 125. 

sells. In statute. Verona, etc.. Cheese Factory v. Murtaugh, 4 

Lans. 17. 

vote. In statute. McGuire v. State, 7 Humph. 54. 

wittingly, willingly and . In statute. Mierelles v. Banning, 2 

B. & Ad. 909. 
KNOWLEDGE. In statute. People v. Carroll, 11 Heisk. 417; Crowell v. Brown, 9 

Gray^ 274. 

guilty . In statute. Casks of Sherry, 2 Ben. 250 

to his or belief. In statute. Reeves v. Lambert, 4 B. & C. 217. 

to my . In insurance policy. Ins. Co. 7). Gridley, 10 Otto, 616. 

KNOWN. In statute. Reg. v. Briggs, Dears. & B. 98 ; Story v. Buffum, 8 

Allen, 38. 

by. Com. v. Griffin, 105 Mass. 175. 

creditors. In statute. Davis' Appeal, 39 Conn. 395. 

intemperate habits. In statute. Smith v. State, 55 Ala. 3. 

to. Com. V. Griffin, 105 Mass. 175. 



KNO IV N. 



192 



LAND. 



KNOWN— Continued. 
if . 



LABEL. 
LABOB. 



LABOBEB. 



LABOBEBS. 



In statute. Story v. Buflfum, 8 Allen, 35. 
. or used before the application. In statute. 



Rennock v. 



LACE. 

LADEN. 

LADY-DAY. 

LAQEB. 

LAID. 



LAMB. 
LAND. 



not 

Dialogue, 2 Peters. 

personally In certificate. Wyliis v. Haun, 47 Iowa, 614. 

In statute. Kelly 7/. Calhoun, 5 Otto, 713. 

Coffeen v. Brunton, 4 McLean, 516. 

In statute. Balch v. R. Co., 46 N. Y. 521 ; Stewart v. Davis, 31 Ark. 
520; Striker?/. Cassidy, 76 N. Y. 50; 17 N. Y. (S. C.) 18; Hoyt v. 
White. 46 N. H. 45; Weymouth v. Sanborn, 43 N. H. 171; Rob- 
inson v. Aiken, 39 N. H. 21 1. 

and work. In statute. Fennell v. Ridler. 5 B. & C. 409- 

business or work. In statute. Pattee v. Greely, 13 Mete. 286. 

performed. In statute. Young v. The Orphans, 1 19 Mass. 179 : 

Parham v. McMurray, 32 Ark. 268. 

upon any land. In statute. Bailey v. Hull. 1 1 Wis. 289. 

claim for . In statute. Weymouth v. Sanborn, 43 N. H. I73- 

personal In statute. Crofton v. Poole, i B. & Ad. 568. 

In statute. Balch v. N. Y.. etc.. R. R., 46 N. Y. 521 ; Kent v. N. Y. 
Cent. R. R., 12 N. Y. 628; McClusky v. Cromwell, n N. 
Y. 593; Warner v. Hudson River R. Co., 5 How. Pr. 454: Sulli- 
van's Appeal, 82 Pa. St. 107; Wentroth's Appeal, 82 Pa. St. 469; 
Wilson V. Zulneta, 14 Q- B. 405 : Busie v. Griffiths, 34 Cal. 302 ; 
Taylor v. Hathaway, 29 Ark. 600; Dano v. R. Co., 27 Ark. 567 ; 
Price V. Kirk, 90 Pa. St. 48; Bramnell v. Pennock, 7 B. & C. 541 ; 
Lehigh Coal, etc., Co. v. Central R. Co.. i N. J. L. J. 103 ; Queen 
V. Cle worth, 4 B. & S. 927. 

or operative. In statute. Ericsson v. Brown, 38 Barb. 390. 

In statute. Missouri, etc., R. Co. v. Baker. 14 Kas. 563. 

and servants. In statute. Aiken v. Wasson, 24 N. Y. 482 ; 

Dean v. De Wolf, 16 Hun, 186. 

and workmen. In statute. Pennsylvania R. Co. v. Leuffer, 84 

Pa. St. 168; Tietjen v. Penniman, i La. 267. 

will carry emigrant not over forty. In contract. Richards v. 

Hayward, 2 Man. & G. 574. 

buyer. Price v. Monat, 1 1 C. B. (N. S.) 509. 

Searight v. Stokes, 3 How. 151. 

In lease. Doe v. Benson, 4 B. & Aid. 588. 

beer. Watson v. State, 55 Ala. 160. 

out. In statute. Fuller v. Mayor of Springfield, 123 Mass. 289. 

out and opened. In statute. State v. Huck, 29 Wis. 207. 

up. In insurance policy. Hunter v. Wight, 10 B. & C. 71 S- 

In indictment. Rex v. Puckering, i Moody, 242. 
Nostrand v. Durland, 21 Barb. 478. 
In contract. Streeter v. Streeter, 43 111. 155. 

Indeed. Baker v. Johnson, 2 Hill, 342; Canfield v. Ford, 28 Barb. 
336; Green V.Armstrong, i Dcnio, 550; Mott v. Palmer, i N, Y. 
564 ; Van Gorden v. Jackson, 5 Johns. 440. 
In statute. Leavitt v. Cambridge, 120 Mass. 157; Johnson v. Rich- 



LAND. 

Rennock v. 
,, 614. 



vis, 31 Ark. 
18; Hoyt V. 
. 171 ; Rob- 

409. 

( Mete. 286. 
9 Mass. 179; 

. 289. 
^r. H. 173. 
. 568. 

ent V. N. Y. 
iwell, 1 1 N. 
r. 454; Sulli- 
Pa. St. 469; 
34 Cal. 302; 
7 Ark. 567; 
B. & C. 541 ; 
103 ; Queen 

larb. 390. 

^ N. Y. 482 : 

V. Leuffer, 84 

Richards v. 



3 Mass. 289. 
^is. 207. 

&C. 715- 



'ord, 28 Barb, 
ilmer, i N, Y. 

nson V. Rich- 



LAND. 



193 



LANDS. 



ItAND — Continued. 

ardson, ^ Miss. 464: AngeK v. Paddington Vestry. 1 O B i\x- 
gueen v Water-works. ,8 Q. B. 703 : Chelsea Water-works v. Bow- 
^y. 17 Q. B 360; Queen v. R. Co.. 4 El. k Bl. 958; Croskey v. 
North-western Manufg Co.. 48 III. 481 ; People v. Board of Asses- 
sors, 39 N. Y. 81 ; Alexander v. Miller, 7 Heisk. 65 ; Peto v Over- 
seers, 2 El. & El. 158; Leavenworth, etc.. R. Co. 7/. U S J Otto 
734- 

In will. Herrington V. Budd, s Denio, 32r. 

and mansion house. In will. Mitchell 7a Walker. 17 B. Mon. 73. 

and real estate. In statute. State v. Tichenor. 41 N. J. (L.) 345 

belonging to a 'highway. /« statute. Burrows v. Gallup. 32 



IiANDED. 



LANDING. 



LANDLADY. 
LANDLORD. 



LANDS. 



as 



Conn. 493. 
buUt upon or used for building purposes. 



In statute. Car- 



rington v. R. Co.. L. R., 3 Ch. App. 377. 

— covered with water. In statute. Reg. 7'. Birmingham Water- 
works, I B. & S. 92 ; Newport Dock Co. v. Local Board. 2 B & S 
708 ; East London Water-works v. Sewer Co.. L. R., 6 Q. B. 669. 

— in a town. In statute. Carrington v. R. Co.. L. R., 3 Ch. App 
377. 

— on which it stands. 



229. 



In conveyance. Gear v. Barnum. 37 Conn. 



In statute. Torrance v. 
Greene v. McGhee, 37 



purchased ftova. the United States. 

Carbry. 27 Miss. 697. 

route usually traveled. In statute. 

Ala. 164. 

-used as a railway. In statute. South-western R. Co. v. Board 

of Health, 4 El. & Bl. 191 ; North-eastern R. Co. v. Local Board L 
R., SQ. B. 157. • • 

In statute. Kingston Dock Co. v. La ....rche. 8 B. & C. sr Harvev 
V. Mayor. L. R.. 4 Ex. 260. ' ' 

— estate. In statute. Police Jury of St. Mary v. Harris, 10 La 
Ann. 676. 

In will Bradstreet v. Clarke. 12 Wend. 601. 
Hay V. Briggs, 74 Pa. St. 373. 

— place or basin. In conveyance. Quintard v. Bishop. 29 Conn. 

306. 

Griffin V. Gilbert, 7 C. B. loi ; Gardner v. Green, 3 Dowl. P. C. 343. 
Williams v. Brunton. 8 111. 621. 

In statute. H.sford v. Ballard. 39 N. Y. 147 ; Cringer v. McLaury, 41 
N. Y. 219; Doleyz/. lies. 11 Ad. & Ell. 338. 

In statute. People v. Cassity, 46 N. Y. 46; Doe v. Tucker, 3 B & 
Adol.476; Railroad Co. z/. Tremont Co.. 9 Wall. 89; Comm'rs of 
Chase Qo.v. Shipman, 14 Kas. 532; Grand Junction Canal Co v 
Overseers, L. R.. 6 Q. B. 173 : Higgins v. Harding. L. R.. 8 Q B 7*- 
Queen v. R. Co.. L. R., 10 Q. B. 389 ; Alloway 7/. WagstaflF. 4 Hurl' 
&N. 308; 4 Hurl. & N. 689: Eaton v. Whitaker. 18 Conn. 225- 
Allason v. Stark, 9 Ad. & Ell. 225; King v. Manchester Water- 
works, I B. & C. 632 ; Kingsley v. Holbrook, 45 N. H. 313. 

In will Prescott v. Barker. L R.. 9 Ch. App. 174; Pond v. Bergh, 
10 Paige, 140 ; Hunter v. Hunter. 17 Barb. 25. 



'Liuii iuM i . nm»i'j ' -i ' j...„ ' .- ^ 



LANDS. 



194 



LA UNCHED. 



LANES. 
LAPSE. 
LABCENT. 



__ onhe united 8«t». /».«.-- ^- ^ '^«^;' ^, ,*,^,,. 
or grounds whereon said bridge is 10 ne u 

,. Marshall. .oJur.(N. so 92«. Evans ^.. Roberts. 

__ tenementB and ^^e'e^jf 7«^*«- ^^ ' 5^06%. BotteriU. 5 B. 
5 B. & C. 829; Mayor v. Mabie. 13 N. Y. i5> . ^^ 

J^':7La,.„. A.»a.er...«..abi.a.UotWoodbr,dge,6Con„. 

223 (16 Am. Dec. 46). 
Com. V. Lowell Gas-light Co.. .2 Allen. 77- 

/« ,.///. Van Pretres v. Cole. 73 Mo. 39- ^ 

State .. Hawkins. 8 Port. 46. (33 Am^ De • 4)^R g- ^ ^^^ J^^ 

C. & K. 945; P-P'|Je^rA;k''237tjohnron .. State. 36 Tex. 
Ala. 29 ; Mason ^- St^\^' ^'^ j^^ . ^^^ople t.. Maxwell. 24 Cal. 14 ; 
375; Robertson .. Lea .Ste-U^.P^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ,„., 

People V. Juarez, f ^^^; ;"° J"^ Wood. 46 Iowa, .16; Hart v. 
Hickey V. State. 23 Ind^^i , State ^. wo 4 .^^ ^ ^ 

State. 57 Ind. .02; Fields^. St^'^^'^^^^'V-.^pt' le t^. Nichols. 3 
53 N. Y. ni ; Com. v. Adams. 7 Gray « Peop ^^^^.^^ ^ 

Park. C. C. 759; Weston ..US \^'^,^.) 28; State v. New- 
^""' Ver-4f k^r^Ha^kins 8 Po^. 45! ; Marcus . State. 
r;ir;i^^ir.. People. «9 - ^ (S. C) .27= -_ 
T^ 1 f.-, Vi \ X22- Crocheron s Case, i *-iiy 

/»rr SU.e ;. Ra-.^b„rg. 30 Mo. ^, S...e .. Sn,..h. ,6 Mo. 

_i*te.lMUee. /«.'«'«"■ State...Ston..68Mo..o.. 
,i^ple hslalol'- Pitcher ^.People. ,6 Mch.H3. 

carriage md behavior. /. siMle. Fowter .,. Slate s Day, 83_ 
ZJZZ>i Pl«e Of abode. In *M.. Ti.de„ .. Johnson. 6 

_!"L»le.tron. /».<»««. Phelp, .. Town of LewMon, .i 

Blatchf. 133- i r n Xr Aid voS 

__ examination. Instatute. ^pence ^. Jones. 5 B. & AJd^ .08. 

__ mentioned. /«//-• Braucker v. Molyneux, . Man. & G. 7.0. 

_pa.t. B— -"-;-;°;;,\Th^^^^^^^^ - iohns. 50. (n 
-7m"°^c"^7) sjt :: Syk^r: Stew. (Ala.) 364 (- Am. Dec. 40). 
_^:^:idi:rof. 'mpeuL Beckett .. Selover. 7 Cal ^.5. 

the W.C. In indictment. Pleasant z/. State. .7 Ala. .90. 

ambigliity. Webster v. Paul. 10 Ohio St. 534- 

motion. Brooks v. Jenkins. 3 McLean, 432- t ^ .rr 

n p^ of the month. In contract. Bailey v. Ricketts. 4 Ind. 488. 
In statute. Homer v. Lady of the Ocean, 70 Me. 35°. 



I.ASCIVIOUS. 



LAST. 



LATE. 



LATENT. 
LATEBAL. 
LATTEB. 
LAUNCHED 



INCHED. 



ULW. 



i, HO. 

5 Dill. 40S' 

. In statute. 

e river. /» 

dond. King 

IS V. Roberts, 
Botterill, 5 B. 

ridge, 6 Conn. 



V. Hollaway, 2 
im V. State, 45 

State. 36 Tex. 
irell, 24 Cal. 14 ; 
22 Conn. 153: 
1, 116; Hart V. 
nith V. People, 
; V. Nichols. 3 
1^93 ; Mullins v. 
; State V. New- 
klarcus V. State, 

127 ; Loomis v. 

Hall Rec. 177: 
Brewst. 570- 
'J. Smith, 16 Mo. 

, lOI. 

1. 143- 
574. 

, State, 5 Day, 83. 
len V. Johnson, 6 

1 of Lewiston, 15 

B. & Aid. >o8. 
I Man. & G. 710. 

20 Johns. 502 (II 
4 (20 Am. Dec. 40)- 
er, 7Cal. 215. 
17 Ala. 190- 

54- 

Ricketts, 4 Ind- 488. 
50. 



31A.WPUI.. 



Tn constitution. Railroad Co. v. McClure, 10 Wall. 511; People f. 
Wallace, 70 III. 680; People v. Wright, 70 III. 388; Reynolds v. 
Blue, 47 Ala. 711 ; Mobile Comm'rs v. Putnam, 44 Ala. 506; Pacific 
R. Co. V. Maguire, 20 Wall. 36; State v. Weston, 4 Neb. 216. 

charges. Morse v. Williamson, 3 Mart. (La.) 282. 

day. Kortrightz/. Cady, 21 N. Y. 343. 

of nature. Wightman v. Wightman, 4 Johns. Ch. 343. 

of the land. In constitution. Randall v. Brigham, 7 Wall. 523; 

Greene 7/. Briggs, i Curtis C. C. 311 ; Davidson v. New Orleans, 
95 U. S. 97 ; Barker 7/. Jackson, i Paine, 470; Bank of Columbia v. 
Okeley, 4 Wheat. 235; State v. Knight, 43 Me. u ; Saco v. Went- 
worth, 37 Me. 165; State v. Doherty, 60 Me. 504; Vanzant v. Wad- 
dell, 2 Yerg. 210; Wallyt/. Kennedy, 2 Yerg. 554; State Bank v. 
Cooper. 2 Yerg. 605 (24 Am. Dec. 537) ; Bud v. State, 3 Humph. 
492 ; Pope V. Phifer, 3 Heisk. 701 ; Jones v. Perry, 10 Yerg. 78 ; 
Mayor of Alexandria v. Dearmon, 2 Sneed. 121 ; Mayor of Nash- 
ville V. Althorp. sy^old. 560; Reynolds v. Baker. 6 Cold. 228: 
Brown v. Haywood, 4 Heisk. 363 ; State v. Burnett, 6 Heisk. 186; 
Trustees w. Foy, i Murphy. 58 (3 Am. Dec. 672) ; James t/. Reynolds, 
2 Tex. 251 ; Byrne?/. Stewart, 3 Dessau. 478; Hoke v. Henderson. 4 
Dev. is; Dorman v. State, 34 Ala. 216; Mayo v. Wilson, i N. H. 
S3 ; Brown v. Hummel, 6 Pa. St. 87 ; Webb v. Reinhard, 73 Pa. St. 
370; Ervine's Appeal, 16 Pa. St. 2s6; Taylor w. Porter, 4 Hill. 146; 
Sears 7/. Cottrell, 5 Mich. 2Si ; Parsons v. Russell, 11 Mich. 129. 

as the directs. In will. Fielden v. Ashworth, L. R., 20 Eq. 

Cas. 411. 

established by . In constitution. People v. Edmonds, i s Barb. 

529- 
entitled by . In statute. Queen v. Darlington Board, 6 B. & 

S. S69. 

Ctod's . In statute. Brook v. Brook, 9 H. L. Cas. 193. 

not authorized by . In statute. Com. v. Dana, 2 Mete. 334. 

required by . In bond. Van Epps v. Walsh, i Woods. 599. 

age. McKim v. Handy, 4 Md. Ch. 228. 

authorities. In treaty. U. S. v. Clarke, 8 Pet. 436 ; Mitchel v. 

U. S., 9 Pet. 711. 

cause. In statute. Jenkins v. Cook, i Prob. Div. 81. 

charges. In statute. Posey v. Persley, 60 Ala. 243. 

claim. In statute. Broder v. Water Co., 1 1 Otto, 276. 

debt. In statute. Holdsworth v. Mayor, 1 1 Ad. & Ell. 490. 

deed. In covenant. Dearth v. Williamson, 2 S. & R. 498. 

goods. In insurance policy. Seton v. Low, i Johns. Cas. 1 ; 

Skidmore v. Desdoity, 2 Johns. Cas. 77 ; Juhel v. Rhinelander, 2 

Johns. Cas. 120. 

heirs. In will. Smith v. Butcher, 27 W. R. 281 ; Loring v. 

Thorndike, s Allen, 257. 

issue. In deed. Hancock v. Butler, 21 Tex. 804. 

In will. Moore 7/. Moore, 12 B. Mon. 6s5; Black v. Cartwell, 10 B. 

Mon. 193 ; Palmer v. Horn, 20 Hun, 70 ; Kingsland v. Rapelye, 3 

Edw. I. 

— — merchandise. In charter-party. Boyd v. Moses, 7 Wall. 316. 



mmn 



WilMl 



'Mlliimiririiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Hiim V " 



LEAKAGE. 




LA IVFUL. 

LAWFUL — Continued. 

money 



In 



JjA.WFULL^- 



w' 



LAYING. 



LEAD. 



LAWS. 



LAWSUITS. 
LAY. 



TREADING. 
liBAKAQE. 



InmduOnenL Garner .^ State. 5 Yerg. i6o. 

-::r Jrsr./rou. - competent iurisaicuo. 
./«/«/.. Aldrich .. Aldrich 8 Mete. .02^ ^^^^ 

Dec. 330); Davison .. Dav.son ^ JJ,/^Ll Co. .. Parn.aby. 
Mercantile Ins. Co. i Edw. »4. 245 ; Queen v. 

„ Ad. & Ell. 223: Queen T'. B'^^^P; ^ ^- g. & C 240; Queen 7.. 

r ?6 O B 20 W -n :. Eden, .8 Q. B. 488. - 
,.s^'andj;be-. /— Re Newport Bndge. . El. . 

.Lfnot..-. /«.«.«.. canal CO.. Railroad CO... CK. 

Green. 321 ; 3 C E. Green. 54t>- Merchan t/. Walsh. 6 Mo. 

/« ,/a.«/.. Wade .. McM He.. 29 Mo^ i . Mercha" ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ 
346; McCartney v. Alderson 45 Mo. 35. 
B 6.2; ExParteMcKee.i8Mo. 599- 

begotten. Shaw t/. Gould. L. R.. 3 "• ^- -5- 

__ demanded. /«./«/« ■ Earl of Shrewsbury .. Wdson. 2 M. ^ 

J-^oharged. /« — . Mason .. Haile. .2 Wheat 370; A.n.i- 
don 7/. Smith. I Wheat. 447- 

,8 • McNeil I'. Holbrook. lo Peters. 84. 
/„ „„,^«<. Pactard ... Hill. 7 Cow. 434- 

srm. ra ifiirr J -^s. ^-^ -- --■ 

24 Hun. 378. . fL ■) 94 
_ out the road. Sr^^ : '-^ «^^ ^_ Middlesex. 7 Mete. 
out. In statute. Chr.rit '- «'f:' ,^ ^. gcston, 12 Cush. 

84; Bowman v. Boston, -. ^s.i. - . 

574; FullerT/. Mayor. 123 Mass. 289. 

Brunton . Hall, . Q'^J^' ^ ^e Roy. 30 N. Y. 549- 

soft Baglish — . rn ..«/ra./_ ^^ conviction of 

T R 2 O. B. 301. 

_ or to»k«e. /» '■■''■'/"ff,,,^''^rPe.=S' ^n. 30'; T^- 
p'.:.SV;;rrrHtt.? - - H.„-l.e. a..T.«yCa,.. 



EAKAGE. 



)0. 

idiotion. In 

t. 39^' (33 Am. 
Verplanck v. 
). V. Parmaby, 
V5 ; Qieen V. 
540; Queen v. 
; Queen v. R. 

kidge. 2 El. & 

,ad Co.. I C. E. 

. Walsh, 6 Mo. 
/. R. Co.. 16 Q. 

Wilson. 2 M. & 
sat 370; Ammi- 

ler. 2 Wall. 501. 

145- 



LEAKAGE. 



197 



LEAVE. 



yson, 



16 Peters, 



Mo, 105- 



5; Conet/. City oi 
oston, 5 Cusii. 8 : 
re Public Works, 



riddlesex, 7 Mete. 
Bcston, 12 Cush. 



■, 30 N. Y. 549- 
ind conviction of 
ker. 6 B. & S. 873 •• 



1 Mass. 140. 
;iark,2C,B.(N.S.) 

ire. 8 Ben. 301 ; The 
•d and Thirty Casks, 



LEAKAGE— Continued. 

14 Biatch. 517. The Delhi, 4 Ben. 345; Reno 71. Hogan, 12 B. Mon. 
63; The Invincible, i Lowell, 255; Dedekam ta Vose, 3 Blatchf, 
44 ; Hunnewell v. Taber, 2 Sprague, i ; The Oriflamme, i Sawy. 176 ; 
The Olbers, 3 Ben. 148; Vaughan?/. Six HundredandThirtyCasks, 
7 Ben. 506; Carey v. Atkins. 6 Ben. 562 ; Nelson 7>. National Steam 
Co., 7 Ben. 340; Thrift v, Youle. L. R., 2 C. P. Div. 432 ; Missouri, 
etc., R. Co. V. Caldwell, 8 Kas. 244; Ohrloff v. Briscall, L. R., i P. 
C. 231; The Helene, B. & L. 429; Brauer v. The Almoner, 18 
La. Ann. 266; Thomas ta The Morning Glory. 13 La. Ann. 269; 
' Arend v. Liverpool, etc.. Steam Co., 6 Lans. 459; 64 Barb. 118. 

or stowage. In bill of hiding. Hunnewell v. Taber, 2 Sprague. i . 

Shepard v. Pratt, 16 Kas. 211. 

Godly . In statute. Baker 7/. Lee, 8 H. L, Cas. 495. 

Sawyer v. Harison, 24 Me. 542 ; Voorhees v. Presbyterian Church, 5 
How. Pr. 58; Doolittle v. Eddy, 7 Barb. 74; Jackson v. Harsen, 7 
Cow. 323; Den v. Johnson, 15 N. J. (L.) 116; Moore v. Miller, 8 
Pa. St. 272 ; Jamaica Pond Aqueduct v. Chandler. 9 Allen, 159. 

In contract. Peters v. Boston, etc., R. Co., 114 Mass. 127; Griswold 
V. Cook, 46 Conn. 198 ; CumminiE>fs v. Hackett, 98 Mass. 54. 

In deed. Demarest v. Willard, 8 Cow. 206 ; Hamilton v. Wright, 28 
Mo. 199 ; Malue v. Ashmead, 20 Pa. St. 482, 

and fiirm let. In lease. Taylor z/. Bradley, 39 N. Y. 129. 

and rent. In deed. Black v. Gilmore, 9 Leigh, 253 (33 Am. Dec. 

253). 

demise and let. In lease. O'Connor v. Dailey, 109 Mass. 235. 

for years. United States v. Gratiot, 14 Pet. 526 ; i McLean, 454, 



I.EABNED. 

LEABNING. 

LEASE. 



I^EiASED. 



LEASEHOLD. 

LEASES. 
LEAST. 



LEAVE. 



Zurk V. Grant, 25 Ohio St. 352. 

lot. In statute. McMahon v. Vickery, 4 Mo. (App.) 229. 

term. In lease. Earl of St. Germans v. Willan, 2 B. & C. 220. 

interest. In statute. Sheffield Wagon Co. v. Stratton, 27 W. R. 

120. 

In lease. Hamilton v. Wright, 28 Mo. 199. 

at . Polk V. Lane, 4 Yerg. 35. 

In statute. Norton v. Town Clerk, 4 C. B. 37. 

at sixteen days before. In statute. Queen 7/. Abedare Co., 14 

Q. B. 854. 
fourteen days at In statute. Queen v. Justices, 8 Ad. & Ell. 

173; Mitchell V. Foster, 12 Ad. & Ell. 472. 

one whole year at . In statute. Reg. v. St. Mary, i El. & Bl. 

827. 

In contract. Van Dyke v. Jackson, 1 E. D. Smith, 419. 

In plea. Weedon v, Woodridge, 13 Q. B. 462. 

In will. King 7/. Savage, 121 Mass. 303. 

or remove from the State. In statute. Florance v. Camp, 5 

La. 280. 

the company. In contract. Price v. Minot, 107 Mass. 60. 

children, my brother may . In will Du Bois v. Ray, 35 N. 

Y. 162. 

if she should no child. Inwill. Wright v. Baury, 7 Gush. lol 



LEA VI NO. 
LEAVIWO. 



193 



LEGAL. 



LEFT. 

LEQAOIES. 
LEGACrf. 



II 



ItEQAL. 



488: 



a meeting-house. French v. Old South Soc. 106 Mass. 

Crocker v. S;ime, 106 Mass. 497- 

igaue. In will. Re Smith. 7 Ch. Div. 667. 

no issue living. In will. Wallington v. Taylor. Sax HJ ; 
—^Z^rv, Blauvdt. 8 C. E. Green 483 ; Treharne .. Layton. L. 

R .0 Q. B. 459 ; re Brown, L. R.. 16 Eq. Cas. 239. 

_!th: meeting-house. In ''-"/--!; ^ ^^ 
Mass. 480 : Crocker v. Old South Soc .06 Mas 4 9- 

without — any child. In will. White v. H.U, L. R.. 4 Eq. Cas. 
265 ; Bryden v. Willett. L. R.. 7 Eq. Cas. 473- , . „ „ 

disposedof — or sold within the State, In statute. Jackson r. 

Bullock, 12 Conn. 38. i„ a n R 

notice thereof In statute. Wilson v. Nightengale. 8 Q. B. 

/;,S. White V. Lake. L. R.. 6 Eq. Cas. .88. ^ 

_— to be paid with interest in three months. In w,ll Dawes. 

T'. Swan. 4 Mass. 208. 
Orton .. Orton. 3 Abb. App. Dec. 4.. ; Gnswold v. Heard. 2 Gray. 

InZtute. Page 7.. Rives, i Hughes. 305. 

/« W//. Holmes .. Mitchell, 2 Murphy. 228 (5 Am. Dec. 527) . W.l 
Hams V. McComb, 3 Ired. (Eq.) 450- 

demonstrative Gilmer v. Gilmer. 42 Ala. 9. 

geTe^— . Gilmer .. Gilmer. 42 Ala. 9; Chase .. Lockerman. n 
Gill & J. 277 (35 Am. Dec 277). ^^^^^^^^ ,, 

specific .Gilmer v. Gilmer. 42 Aia. 9, '-""-c 

Gill &J 277 (35 Am Dec. 277)- 

cause. In constitution. Gil W. Stare, 6. Ala. .70. 

__ charge of her person. In statute. State .. Ruhl, 8 Iowa, 477- 

cruelty. In statute. Odom t/. Odom. 36 Ga. 286. 

debt. Rogers v. Daniell, 8 Allen. 343- 

estate. Avery v. Durfrees. 9 Ohio. 147- 

__ expenses. In statute. Cooper .. Slade. 8 El. & Bl. . .60. 

__ heirs. In insurance policy. Gauch v. St. Lou.s Ins. Co.. 88 111. 

251 (30 Am. Rep. 554)- ^,. ., /-...u 

/J/// Rand.. Sanger. ,,5 Mass. .24; Perry v. Chne. .2 Cush. 

,23 ; Clarke 7/. Cordis. 4 Allen. 466. ^ 

-interest. In plea. Tounslee 7.. Durkee. 12 Wis. 481, 

irregularity. In statute. Hays' Case. .4 Abb. P r. 53- 

— measures. Instatute. «««• ''^ So^th^-^P'^": ' «• f ^ .'5- 
__ representaUve. In statute. Wamsley v. Cook. 3 Neb. 350. 

ONeale v. Caldwell. 3 Cranch C. C. 3«3. „ . Cox v 

__ representatives. Saltmarsh .. C^ndea 5. N. R 7.. Cox.. 

Curwen. u8 Mass. .98: Johnson v. Ames, n P.ck .73. 
/« rf..rf. Miller .. Evans. 35 Mo. 45; Briggs.. Upton. L. R.. 7 Ch. 

//.ifHogan .. Page. 2 Wall. 605; Galloway .. Filley. .2 Pet. 

,«t-.«.. Gurney .. Burlington Tp 4 DHJ 372 ; D^lanna, .^Bu. 
net, 9 III. 454: Moorehouse.. Phelps. .8 111. 472 , t-eop 
78 III. .47 ; Warnecke v. Lembea, 71 l'>- 9i- 



LEGAL. 
5 Mass. 488 ; 

ir, Sax. I4« > 
V. Layton, L. 

lUth Soc, 106 

R., 4 Eq. Cas. 

e. Jackson :-. 

gale, 8 Q. B. 

I will Dawes 
Heard, 2 Gray, 

Dec. 527) : Wil- 

, Lockerman, 1 1 
Lockerman, n 

ill, 8 Iowa, 477- 



c Bl. 1 160. 
Ins. Co., 88 111. 

Cline, 12 Cush. 

1. 481. 

Pr. 53- 

I B. & S. 25. 
>ok, 3 Neb. 350: 

I. H. 71 : Cox V. 

k. 173- 

)ton, L. R., 7 Ch. 

V, Filley, 12 Pet. 

Delannay v. Bur- 
People V. Phelps, 



L.'GAL. 



199 



LEVY. 



LEQAL — Continued. 
In will. 



LEGALIZE. 
LEGALLY. 



LEGATEE. 



LEGATEES. 
LEITD. 



LESSEES. 

LESSOB. 

LET. 



LETTEB. 



LEVEL. 
LEVEB. 
LEVIED. 



LEVY. 



Johnson v. Johnson, 12 Rich. 359. 

subdivision. In statute. Robinson v. Forrest, 29 Cal. 317. 

tender notes. Cuviac v. Abido, 25 Cal. 302 ; Carpenter v, 

Atherton. 25 Cal. 564. 
In statute. Barker v. Chesterfield, 102 Mass. 129. 
Com. V. Chase, 127 Mass. 7. 
bound to maintain her. In statute. King v. Hinton, i B. 

& Ad. 227. 

placed. King 7/. Ir'iabitants. i B. & Ad. 217. 

Den V. Crawford, 8 N. J. (L.) 90; Tucker v. Tucker, 5 Ired. (Eq.) 84 ; 

Chandler's Appeal, 34 Wis. 505. 

In will. Hunter v. Cheshire. L. R., 8 Ch. App. 751 ; Lallerstedt v. 

Jennings, 23 Ga. 571. 

residuary . In will. Laing?'. Barbour, 119 Mass. S23< 

In will. Russell v. Russell, 36 N. Y. 581. 
In statute. Coleman v. State, 32 Ala. 581. 
In will. Hinson v. Pickett, i Hill (S. C), 37 ; Booth v. Terrell, 16 Ga. 

20. 

his aoceptanoe. Reynolds v. Doyle, i Man. & G. 753. 

In statute. Burchfield v. Northern Central R. R., 57 Barb. 589. 

Devol V. Halsted, 16 Ind. 287. 

Eppes V. Mississippi, etc., R. Co., 35 Ala. 33. 

In charter-party. The Volunteer, i Sumn. 551. 

In contract. Messent v. Reynolds, 3 C. B. 200. 

In order. Grant v. Dabney, 19 Kas. 390. 

In lease. Jackson v. Benson, i McCleland, 64 ; Foster v. Peyster, 9 

Cush. 246; Hemphill v. Eckfeldt, 5 Whart. 278. 

and lease. In lease, Lovering v. Lovering, 13 N. H. 513. 

In statute. Chouteau v. Str. Anthony, 1 1 Mo. 227 ; United States v. 

Bromley, 12 How. 88; Dewees' Case, Chase's Dec. 531; United 

States V. Cottingham, 2 Blatchf. 470. 
of credit. Union Bank v. Coster, 1 Sandf. 563 ; 3 N. Y. 203 ; 

Mechanics' Bank v. New York, etc., R. Co., 4 Duer, 480, 13 N. Y. 

599; Birckhead z/. Brown, 5 Hill, '642. 

orciroular. In statute. United States «/. Noelk<- Blatchf. 558. 

or power of attorney. In statute. Walker v. ^mmett, 2 C. B. 

850. 
In deed. Clayton v. Gregson, 5 Ad. & Ell. 303. 
Williams v. Wilcox, 8 Ad. & Ell. 335. 

on. In insurance policy. Smith v. Ins. Co., 89 Pa. St. 289. 

taxes during the term. In lease. Valle v. Fargo, i Mo. (App.) 

347. 

then ■ the same thereout. Drewe v. Lamson, 1 1 Ad. & Ell. 529. 

Crocker v. Musgrove, 9 Q. B. 223; Lloyd v. Wycoff, 11 N. J. (L.) 218 ; 

Princeton Bk. v. Crozer, 22 N. J. (L.) 383; Camp v. Chamberlin, 

5 Denio, 198. 

In statute. Moore v, Foote, 32 Miss. 469. 

and collect. In statute. Mclnery v. Reed, 23 Iowa, 410. 



LEVY. 



200 



LIBERTY. 



LEVYINO. 



LEWD. 
LEWDLY. 

LEWDNESS. 
LIABILITIES. 



LEVY — Continued. ^ , r.u • i r- 

of an execution. In insurance policy. Colt v, PhcEtiix Ins. Lo., 

54 N. Y. 595. 
gale and forfeiture. In treaty. The Kansas Indians, S Wall. 

737- 
Reg. V. Whipp. 4 Q. B. 145 ; Blood v. Light, 38 Cal. 649. 
war. In constitution. U. S. v, Greathouse, 2 Abb. (U. S.) 364; 4 

Sawy. 457; ex parte Bollman, 4 Cranch, 75; U. S. v. Mitchell. 3 

Dall. 348; U. S. V. Vigol. 2 Dall. 346; 2 Burr's Trial, 401 ; U. S. v. 

Hoxie. I Paine. 269 ; U. S. v. Hanway, 2 Wall. Jr. 199. 
Snow V. Witcher, 9 Ired (L.) 346. 
and lasciviously associate and cohabit together. In statute. 

State V. Marvin, 12 Iowa, 409; Com. v. Calef, 10 Mass. 153; State 

V. Moore, i Swan. (Tenn.) 136. 
In statute. Com. v. Lambert, 12 Allen, 177. 
Queen v. Capel, 12 Ad. & Ell. 4«4- 
In statute. Stant >n v. Wilkeson, 8 Ben. 357. 

contracted uefore. In statute. Re Hook, 2 Dill. 93. 

aU the outstanding of the said newspaper. In contract. 

Perret v. King, 30 La. Ann. 1368 (31 Am. Rep. 240). 
contingent contracted by the bankrupt. In statute. Zimmer 

V. Schleehauf, 1 1 5 Mass. 52. 
debts or contracted before. In statute. Re Hook, 2 Dill. <)-• 

U. S. V. Ulrici, 3 Dill. 532- 

to pay money upon a contingency. In statute. Maples v. 

Pepper, 18 C. B. 178. 
In statute. State v. Davis, 12 R. I. 492. 

to forfeiture. In statute. The Mary Celeste, 2 Lowell, 354- 

with him Ibr the same debt. In statute. Fisse v. Einstein, 5 

Mo. (App.) 78. 
to be in the second instance. In promissory note. Bartlett v. 

Saunders, 35 Ga. 142. 
Com. V. Clapp, 4 Mass. 163 : Johnson v. Stebbins. 5 Ind. 364: Armen- 

trout V. Moraida, 8 Blackf. 426 ; Whitney v. Janesville Gazette. 5 

Biss.33o: Gathercole7/.Nicoll,i5M.&W.3i8: O'Brien z/. Clement. 

15 M & W. 435; Clark v. Binney, 2 Pick. 113 , Dexter v. Spear. 4 

Mason. 115: White v. Nichols, 3 How. 266; Root v. King, 7 Cow. 

613; Ryckman v. Delevan, 25 Wend. 186: State v. Farley. 4 

McCord, 317; Cochrane. Butterfield, 18 R. I. 115. 
In instruction. Spring Co. v. Edgar, 9 Otto, 645. 

reward. In offer of reward. Shuey v. U. S., 2 Otto, 10. 

et legales homines. State v. Glasgow. Cam. & N. 38. 

Com. V. Alger, 7 Cush. 70; Trustees v. Foy. i Murphy, 58 (3 Am. 

Dec. 672). 
Com. V. Alger, 7 Cush. 70; Trustees v. Foy. i Murphy, 58 (3 Am. 
Dec. 672). 

of the press. In constitution. Com. v. Blanding, 3 Pick. 304 

(15 Am. Dec. 214); Sweeney v. Baker. 13 W. Va. 158 (31 Am. Rep. 

757). 

to make. Curtiss v Hoyt, 19 Conn. 155. 

at to. In order. Miller v. Shuttleworth. 7 C. B. 105. 



LIABILITY. 



LIABLE. 



LIBEL. 



LEBEBAL. 

LTBEBOS. 
LEBEBTIES. 

UBEBTY. 



.MSMiiiim 



IBERTY. 

nix Ins. Co., 
ms, 5 Wall. 



J. S.)364: 4 
-. Mitchell. 3 
401 ; U. S. V. 



. In statute. 
IS. 153; State 



LICENSE. 



201 



LIGHT, 



33- 
/« contract' 

'ute. Zimnier 

ok. 2 Dill. 92. 

e. Maples v. 



jwell, 354- 
V. Einstein, 5 

^. Bartlett v. 

364; Armen- 

Ue Gazette, 5 

en V. Clement, 

ter V. Spear, 4 

King, 7 Cow. 

V. Farley, 4 



tto, 10. 

"J. 38. 

hy, 58 (3 Am. 

hy, 58 (3 Am. 

ig, 3 Pick. 304 
(31 Am. Rep. 



105. 



UOENSE. 



LIBIT. 
UFE. 



UQHT. 



Bridges t. Pursell, i Dev. k B. 496; lUery t. Jones, 81 III. 403; 
Thomas 7'. Surreil, \';iUKhii, 350; Rathhone 7', McConnell, 20 Bari). 
31 1 ; Taylor v. Watn . 7 T.iiint, 374 ; Cook v. Stearns, 1 1 Mass. 523 ; 
Mumford v, Whitney, 15 Wend. 380; Thompson v. McElanacy, 
82 Pa. St. 174; Anderson v. Simpson, 21 lowu, 399; Greeley 7'. 
Stetson, 37Mirh, 153; Knowles v. Peck, 42 Conn. 387; Sun Asso- 
ciation V. Tribune Association, 44 N. Y.(S. C.) 136; Wolfe?'. Frost. 
4 Sandf. Ch. 72 ; Jamieson t. Millemann, 3 Duer, 255 ; Mumfoid, 
■j>. Whitney, 15 Wend. 380(30 Am. Dec. 60); Douiittic v, Eddy, 7 
Barb. 78. 

In contract. Oliver v. Morgan, 10 llcisk. 322. 

In statute. Gibbons v. Ogden. 9 Wheat, i ; Sinnot 7'. Davenport, 22 
How. 227; U. S. 7/. Cutting, 3 Wall. 441 ; People v. Acton. 48 Barb. 
524; Ash V. People, 11 Mich. 347; State v. Watson. 5 Blackf. 155; 
People V. Mayor of New York, 7 How. Pr. 81 ; Curtis v. Smith, 42 
Iowa, 665. 

and empower. In deed. Washburne v. Gould. 3 Story, 157. 

and regulate. In constitution. San Jose v. R. Co., 53 Cal. 476. 

appointment or authority. In statute. Com. v. Kennedy, 108 

Mass. 293 ; Com. v. Carpenter, 100 Mass. 206 ; Com. v. Wilson, 1 1 
Cush. 413; Com. V. Lafontaine, 3 Gray, 481 ; Com. v. McSherry, 3 
Gray, 481, note; Com, v. Conant, 6 Gray, 484; Com. v. Clapp, 5 
Gray, 99; Com. v. Clark, 14 Gray, 374. 

regulate and restrain theatrical amusements. In statute. 

Hodges V. Mayor, 2 Humph. 61. 
tax. In city ordinance. Home Ins. Co. v. City Council, 3 Otto, 



16 ; Home Ins. Co. v. City Council, 50 Ga. 530. 
In statute. City of Leavenworth v. Booth, 1 5 Kas. 627. 

any or authority. In statute. State v. Grant, 74 Mo. 36. 

pilot. In statute. Brown v. Elwell, 60 N. Y. 249. 

premises. In statute. Lester v. Tonens, 2 Q. B. Div. 403. 

Ex parte Foster, 2 Story, 133; Jordan v. Bank, 74 N. Y. 467; Green 

V. Johnson, 2 Hawks. 309; McFarland v. Wheeler, 26 Wend. 467 ; 

Trust V. Pirsson, i Hilt. 292 ; Walter v. Smith, 2 B. & Aid. 439. 
In contract. Griswold v. Cook, 46 Conn. 198. 
In letter. Stone v. Browning, 49 Barb. 244. 
In statute. Storm %>. Waddell, 2 Sandf. Ch. 494; Downer v. Brackett, 

21 Vt 509; Wright?/. Vickers, 81 Pa. St. 122; Jones ?/. Groover, 46 

Ga. 568; ex parte Foster, 2 Story, 131 ; Porter v. Brooks, 35 Cal. 

199; Davenport v. Tilton, 10 Mete. 320; Holmes v. Tutton, 5 El. & 

Bl. 78 ; re Trim, 2 Hughejj, 356. 

or pledge. Gloucester Bk. 7/. Worcester, 10 Pick. 528. 

under final process. In statute. Howe v. Ins. Co., 42 Cal. 531. 

upon a judgment. Brundson v. Allard, 2 El. & EI. 27. 

give any thereon. In statute. McMurray v. St. Louis Oil 

Manuf. Co., 33 Mo. 377. 

in . In statute. State v. Farmer, 21 Mo. 160. 

beyond the of the ofibnder. In statute. Wallack v. Van Ris- 

wick, 2 Otto, 202. 

during the thereof. In deed. Benham v. Minor, 38 Conn. 253. 

inflammable fluid used as a . In insvrcmce policy. Williams z/. 

Firemans' Fund Ins. Co., 54 N. Y. 569. 



LIGHTER. 



302 



LIQUIDATED. 



UOHTBR. 



UKB. 



-j;^^;^^;^;^^ V. Morriwn, 

1 5 n. B. 730. , 

UOHTEEAOE. Wcu.,, Tn,n.po,U.io„ Co. .. H..l.y. ■ D»ly. 3»7. 

UOHTNINO. In imunvue poluy. bpensicy v. *- 

fl^e'by — /« '•«— ' M'-V. Babcock .. Mont. Ins. Co.. 4 N. Y. 
Jlde-orlptionandquallty. mUatuU. Great Western R. Co. .. 

J: lure'' ZaiuU. Re Empire A„. Co.. L. R.. 4 Eq. Cas. 34. ; 
Parker^.. R.Co.,6El.&Bl. .02. ^ ^ ^ ^^, 

offbnse. fnstaMr. Com. t/. Fontaln, .27 Mass 45^. 

_ proceeding.. /«./«/«/- Queen .. Justices of Surrey. L. R.. 

___ .um. In statute. Toledo, etc.. R. Co. v. People. 8, 111^41 • 
authoX of the — nature. In statute. Le Veux .. Berkley. 5 

in^_^mLer. /«..«..W..«. Ex parte Aldridge. 2 E & C ^^ 
Lrument of — Wnd or de«n:iptlon. In statute. Sears .. State. 

Uableta'-^penalty. In statute. Thomas .. Stephenson. 2 El. * 

tol — e«.ct. in statute. Reg. .. Harwick. . E..& Bl.6.8; Reg. 

V. Cemetery Co.. 6 El. & Bl. 419. 
/„«,///. rtate Bank .. Ewing. .7 Ind. 68; Farnsh .. Cook. 6 Mo. 

JlTJf Walton Commrs. .. WaUord^L. R.. .0 Q B. .^^ 
__ and appoint. In deed. Shove v. Pincke. 5 Term. Rep. .24. 

iuriadiotion. Den v. Hammel, 18 N. J. (L.) 73- 
IIoT^l /«.-^-/. American Button Hole CO. ..Gurnee. 

«n«r''' of buildings. In statute. Bd. of Wks^.. Hall. L. R 

general or duuouib 6 C. P. 87 ; St. George v. Spar- 

4 C P. 85 ; Simpson v. Smith, L. k., o v.. i . / . 

„Lni uU the -Of «.. -nl. /. «-- Card .. C».eb, 

„,1!!-^d.l.a«ofrtlWnd.. /«»/« H«n...Hort.3B-o.- 

C^tJl — tale, qui.. /«.»^»«. Wiele,..Schni.zi..7C.B. 

UftUIDATB. Fl^Lr .. Bank of United States. 8 Wheat. 378. 

UQUIDATBD. Harero.es -. C«.k, .5 Ga. 3j». _^^ 

damages. Pierce w. Fuller, 8 Mass. ^i is .-R„-h 

/, „„,™r Lon,.. Towle, 4= Mo. s« : Hahn .. HorstMan, .. Bush, 

349 



UEEWIBE. 

UMIT. 

LIMITED. 
UNE. 



UNEN. 
UNSEED. 




452. 

Surrey, L. R.. 

sh. I4<- 
8i III. 141. 
X V. Berkley, 5 

2 B. & C. 600. 
. Sears v. State. 

phenson, 2 El. & 

& BI.618; Reg. 

V. Cook, 6 Mo. 

I. B. 180. 
rm. Rep. 124. 

lie Co. V. Gurnee, 

ks. V. Hall, L. R.. 
;t. George v. Spar- 

freebody, 4 C. B. 

Card V. Caleb, 

t V. Hort. 3 Brown 

. Schilizzi, 17 C. B. 



m. Dec. 102). 
tlorstman, 12 Bush, 



LIQU/DAT/'J). 



203 



LIVING, 



LIQinOATBD 



- Continued. 
demand 



Foote V. Sprague, 1 3 Kns. 1 55. 
In statute. Ilodsoll v. Baxt-'i, I El. B. 4 El. 885. 



UQUIDATmO. 



aooountfl. In statute. Cooper v. Cuates, 31 Wall. 105. 



LIQUOB. 



LIQUORS. 



LIST. 



LITERABT. 



LTFEBATXJBE. 



LiriGATED. 

unoious. 

LITTLE. 
LIVE. 



LIVED. 

LIVELIHOOD. 
LIVES. 



LIVTNO, 



In statute. State 7'. Martin, 34 Ark. 340. 

fermented or distilled . In statute. Harris v. Jens. 9 C. B. 

(N. S.) 152. 

Bpirituoiu . In statute. Ciiflford v. State, 29 Wis. 329. 

In statute. People ?'. Crilley, 20 Barb. 246; State v, Townley, 18 N. 

J. (L.) 311 ; Kizer v. Randicman, 5 Jones (N. C), 428. 

malt . In statute. State v. Stais, 67 Me. 242. 

sale of spirituous . In deed. Fielden v. Slater, L. R., 7 Eq. Cas. 

523. 
strong or spirituous . In statute. Commrs. of Tompkins Co. 

V. Taylor, 21 N. Y. 173. 
^^ of voters. In statute. Noseworthy t^. Overseers, L. R., 9 C. P. 

233. 
In statute. Reg. v. Jones, 8 Q. B. 725 ; Queen v. Pocock, 8 Q. B. 729. 
property. Woolsey v. Judd, 4 Duer, 379; Keene i^. Wheatley, 

4 Am. L. Keg. 44. 

purposes. In statute. Kendrick v. Farquhar, 8 Ohio, 189; 

Common Council v. Indianapolis, 8 Ind. 328. 

In statute. Baker v. Lee, 8 H. L. Cas. 495 ; Reg. v. Jones, 8 Q. B. 
725 ; Queen v. Pocock, 8 Q. B. 729. 

soienoe and the fine arts. In statute. Reg. v. Manchester, 16 

Q. B. 450. 
Eastman v. Symonds, 108 Mass. 568. 
right. In statute. Cucullu 7/. Hernandez, 13 Otto, 116. 

32. 

In will. Porter v. Tourney, 3 Vesey, 31 1. 

- stock. In statute. The Matilda A. Lewis, 5 



Ross V. Ross, 103 



State V. Call, 48 N. H. 
and dead stock. 

horses, mules and — 

Blatchf. 520. 

together as husband and wife. In statute. 

Mass. 575; Hanson v. Hanson, in Mass. 158. 
In will. Darley v. Darley, 3 Atk. Ch. 399. 

the form on which he . In will. Kendall v. Miller, 47 How. 

Pr. 446. 

joint . In decree in equity. Highley v. Allen, 3 Mo. (App.) 521. 

In deed. Randle v. Long, 6 Ad. & Ell. 225. 

In statute. Hanson v. Hanson, in Mass. 158. 

in adultery. In statute. People v. Gates, 46 Cal. 53 ; Richard- 
son w. Sta**?, 37 Tex. 364 ; State V. Crowner, 56 Mo. 147; Hall w. 
State, 53 Ala. 463 ; State v. Way, 5 Neb. 283 ; Parks v. State, 4 Tex. 
(App.) 134; State V. Gastrell, 14 Ind. 346; McLelland v. State, 25 
Ga. 477 ; Collins z/. State, 14 Ala. 608; Smith v. State, 39 Ala. 554; 
Hall V. State, 53 Ala. 463 ; Quartemus v. State, 48 Ala. 271. 

apart. In statute. Re Emma, 17 C. B. 176. 

apart from his wife. In statute. Ex parte Gilmore, 3 C. B. 967, 

at my decease. In will. Hall v. Hancock, 15 Pick. 255 (26 

Am. Dec. 598). 



W. R. 554; Picot V. Arniistead, 2 Ired. (Eq.) 226. 
gtill— . In statute. Hanson t/. Hanson, 1 11 Mass. 158. 



LOAD. 



LOADED. 



LOAN. 



LOANED. 

LOBBY. 
LOCAL. 



LOADING. 



Thwing V. Great. Western Ins. Co., 103 Mass. 406. 

of two tons. Huntley v. Woodward. 9 Gray. 86. 

_ or unload at hie own risk. In bill 0/ lading. In^ianapohs 
etc.. R. Co. V. Allen, 31 md. 394; Penn ^^ Buffalo, etc R. --. 49 
N. Y. 204 ; Stlnson v. New York, etc.. R. Co.. 32 N. Y. 333- 

In contract. Aschroft 7A Colliery Co., L. R.. 9 Q- B. 54°. ^^ 

arms. In statute. Rex v. Mountford. i Moody. 441; Re^ ^'^ 

Harris, 5 C. & P. i59- , ,, . 
or discharged. In statute. Kingston Dock Co. v. La ..larche, , 

Q 13 Ct (^ (-'5 

pistol, 'in verdict. Rex v. Kitchen, i Russ. & Ry. 95: Rex v. 

Carr. I Russ. & Ry. 378. r^ o ,„. 

-in turn. In charter-party. Robertson 7/. Jackson 2 C.B. 413 . 
Schultz V. Liedcman, .4 C. B. 38; Hudson v. Clementson. 18 C. B. 

_!' off shore. In insurance policy. Johnson v. North-western, etc.. 
Ins. Co.. 39 Wis. 87. - 

__ tuiloading.<5onveyance or otherwise, whether Mxsing from 
neX«^ or otherwise. In bill of lading. Hawk:..s ... Grea 
Wes?rn ^.'Co.. .7 Mich. 57; Sisson .. Cleveland, etc.. R. Co.. .4 

Mich. 489. T o ^ o R 

from the In insurance policy. Jones v. Ins. Co., L. K.. 7 M- »• 

to bl suspended while . In insurance policy. Reed v. Ins. Co., 

TyLTRecham,3H.&J. 109. Kent 7;. Mining Co.. 78 N. Y^i 58 

In statute. Conklin v. Nat. Bk. of Oswego, 45 N. Y. 655: Bank ... 
Lanier, 1 1 Wall. 369 

of money. In statute. Kendig ... Linn. 47 Iowa, 62. 

or discount on pledge of its own stock. Vansands v. Middle- 
sex County Bk., 26 Conn. 157. 

its credit- In constitution. Jarrott v. City of Moberly. 5 Dili. 

256. 
In will. Wright's Appeal, 89 Pa. St. 67. o, * 1,' .,, 

given or — to. In constitution. Darby v. Wright, 3 Blatch.. .72. 

services. Trist v. Child. 21 Wall. 44i- 

— action. Mason v. Warner. 31 Mo. 508; Henwood v. Cheesman, 

1 S. & R. 500- ,r L 

. n i« „. Hill«! ^c N Y. 449 ; Huber v. 
bill. In constitution. People -. rills, 35 J>^ «• W 

Peonle 40 N Y 132; People 7/. Supervisors, 43 N. Y. 10. People z/. 

people, 49 w. I. lii, ' H Dx.^r.1.. 9A N Y 4os ; Connor v. 

O'Brien. 38 N. Y. 193 : >Villiams v. People, 24 N. if .405 . 

Mayor s N. Y.285: Healey v. Dudley. 5 L*""" " ^ .Fall Brook 

S Ca. Lynch.'47 How' Pr. 5- ; People ..Stephens 2 Abb 

Pr. (N. S.) 348; People v. McCourdle, 35 N. Y. 449. ^ ^rce v. 

Kimball, 9 Greenl. 54(23 Am. Dec. 537)- r> 1 «e 

diseaae. In insurance policy. Scholes v. Ins. Co.. 42 Cal. 525- 

__ law. In constitution. Earle v. Board of Education, 55 Cal. 489 ; 



■smmmmmem- 



LOCAL. 



LOCAL. 



205 



LOSSES. 



■J. Bostwick, 23 
58. 



Indianapolis, 
etc., R. "-.49 
V. 333- 

r, 441 ; Rex V. 

. V. La Marche, 

Ry. 95 ; Rex v. 

)n, 2 C. B. 413; 
sntson, 18 C. B. 

th-western, etc., 

r arising from 
awki.is V. Great 
, etc., R. Co., 14 

o., L. R., 7 Q. B. 

Reed v. Ins. Co., 

, 78N. y. 158. 

Y. 655 ; Bank v, 

a, 62. 

nsandsz/. Middle- 

■ Moberly. 5 DilU 

t, 3 Blatchi. 172. 
ood V. Cheesman, 

Y. 449 ; Huber v. 
. Y. 10; People 7/. 
Y. 405 ; Connor v. 
. 115; Fall Brook 

Stephens, 2 Abb. 
Y. 449; P'erce v. 

Co., 42 Cal. 525- 
;ation, 55 Cal. 489 \ 



LOCATE. 



LOCAL — Continued. 

State 71. Walton, 69 Mo. 556; Montgomery v. Com., 91 Pa. St. 125; 
River Rendering Co. v. Bt-hr, 7 Mo. (App.) 346; State v. Shields, 4 
Mo. (App.) 260 ; Lastro v. State, 3 Tex. (App.) 363. 
— offloe. In statute. State v. Supervisors, 21 Wis. 445. 

option law. Boyd v. Bryant, 35 Ark. 73. 

pTirposes. In constitution. People z/. Comm'rs of Highways, 54 

N. Y. 276, People v. Allen, 42 N. Y. 378; People v. Densmore, r 
Thomp. & C. 280. 

In statute. South Boston R. Co. v. Middlesex R. Co., 121 Mass. 485 ; 
Moule V. Macedon, etc., R. Co., 6 How. Pr. 37. 

In contract. Waldron v. Marcier, 82 111. 550 ; Railroad Co. v. Jones, 2 
Coldw. 574. 

anew. In statute. Hyde Park v. Comm'rs, 117 Mass. 416. 

Middlesex R. Co. v. Wakefield, 103 Mass. 263. 

now , Chambers 7'. Clews, 21 Wall. 317. 

Rector 7/. U. S., 2 Otto. 698. 

HoUingsworth v. Barbour, 4 Pet. 466. 

North Noonday Mining Co. v. Orient Mining Co.. i Fed. Rep. 522 ; 

Bullion Mining Co. v. Croesus Co., 2 Nev. 168 ; Foote v. National 

Mining Co., 2 Mont. 402 ; Philpots v. Blaesdel, 8 Nev. 61 ; Eureka 

Co. V. Richmond Co., 4 Sawy. 302. 
quartz . Bullion Mining Co. v. Croesus Co., 2 Nev. 168; Foote 

V. National Mining Co., 2 Mont. 402 ; Philpots 7/. Blaesdel, 8 Nev. 

61 ; Eureka Co. v. Richmond Co., 4 Sawy. 302. 
King V. Inhabitants, i B. & C. 580. 
In statute. Phillips v. Hewson, 3 C. P. Div. 26 ; Lalorde v. McGlow, 

3 Can. Leg. News, 94 ; Rex v. Bew. \ Russ. & Ry. 480. 

Marshall 7a Baltimore, etc., R. Co., 16 How. 314. 



LOCATED. 

LOCATION. 

LOCATOR. 

LODE. 



LODQEB. 



LOGkBOLLINQ. 



LOOS. 
LONO. 



LOOMS. 

LOSE. 

LOSING. 

LOOSE. 
LOSS. 



LOSSES. 



In statute. Haynes v. Hayward, 40 Me. 145. 

price. Moore v. Desarts, i N. Y. 359. 

weight. In contract. Giles v. Jones, 1 1 Ex. 393. 

as as she lives. In will. Modlin v. Kennedy, 53 Ind. 267. 

In deed. Cort v. Sagar, 3 Hurl. & N. 372. 

Lawrence v. State, i Humph. 228 (34 Am. Dec. 644), 

party. In statute. Bangor, etc., R. Co. v. Chamberlain, 60 Me. 

285. 

turn any cattle. In statute. Sherborn v. Wells, 3 B. & S. 784. 

Fay V. Parker, 53 N. H. 342. 

In bill of lading. Baltimore, etc., R. Co. v. McWhinney, 36 Ind. 436 ; 
Covington v. Willan, Gow. 115; Porter 7'. Southern Ex. Co., 4 S. C. 

135- 
In statute. Tlie Franconia, 3 Prob. Div. 163. 

arising from illicit trade. In insurance policy. Suydam v. 

Marine Ins. Co., i Johns. 181 (3 Am. Dec. 307). 

by theft. In insurance policy. Leiber 7/. Ins. Co., 6 Bush, 641. 

In statute. Whitehouse v. R. Co., L. R., 5 Ex. 13. 

all other and misfortunes. In insurance policy. Butler v. 

Wildman, 3 B. & Aid. 404 ; Phillips v. Barber, 5 B. & Aid. 161. 



LOST. 



206 



LUGGAGE. 



LOST. 



LOT. 



LOTS. 
LOTTEBY. 



LOW. 

LUCID. 
LUCRATIVE. 

LUOQAOE. 



In statute. Ex parte Cording, 4 B. & Adol. 207. 

boundary. Perry «/. Pratt, 31 Conn. 442. 

deed. Thompson v. Thompson, 9 Ind. 323. 

note. McGregory v. McGregory, 107 Mass. 543. 

or damaged. In notice. Garnett v. Willan, $ B. & Aid. 57. 

or defeated by abandonment. In statute. Curtiss v. Smith, 

35 Conn. 156. 

or not lost. In insurance policy. Insurance Co. v. Lyman, 15 

Wall. 664; Insurance Co. v. Folsom. 18 Wall. 237; Arkansas Insur- 
ance Co. V. Bostwick, 25 Ark. 539. 

In statute. Hooper v. Robinson, 8 Otto, 529. 

time. In contract. Barlow 71. Lambert, 28 Ala. 704. 

Edwards v. Dickerson, 28 N. J. (L.) 39; Trotter v. St. Louis Public 
Schools, 9 Mo. 70; Kissell v. Same, 18 How. 19 ; Glasgow v. Horitz. 
I Black, 595. 

of ground. In statute. Gardner v. Eberhart, 82 111. 316. 

of land. In statute. Fitzgerald v. Thomas, 61 Mo. 499. 

or curtilage. In statute. Coddington 7/. Dry Dock Co., 2 

Vroom, 477. 

In deed. Ludlow v. Pack, 4 Ohio, 5. 

In statute. Collins v. New Albany, 59 Ind. 396. 

In statute. U. S. v. Olney, i Deady, 461 ; Dunn 7'. People, 40 III. 465 ; 
State V. Clarke, 33 N. H. 329 ; Com. v. Thacher, 97 Mass. 583 ; Hall; 
V. Ruggles, 56 N. Y. 424; State v. Shorts, 3 Vroom, 398; Worden 
V. Shotwell, 3 Zab. 465 ; Bell v. State, 5 Sneed, 507 ; Com. v. Chubb, 
5 Rand. (Va.) 71$; Eubanks 7>. State, 3 Heisk. 488; Randlu v. 
State, 42 Tex. 580 ; State v. Bryant, 74 N. C. 207 ; People v. Art 
Union, 7 N. Y. 240; Morris 7>. Blackman, 2 Hurl. & Colt. 912; 
Com. V. Manderiield, 8 Phila. 457; Charles v. People, i N. Y. 180; 
Eslava v. State, 44 Ala. 406; Thomas v. People, 59 III. 160; Cha- 
vannah v. State, 49 Ala. 396 ; Wilkinson v. Gill, 74 N. Y. 63 (30 Am. 
Rep. 264); Skiff T'. Johnson, 57 N. H. 475; Buckalew f. State, 62 
Ala. 334; Fleming v. Bills, 3 Oregon, 286; State v. Pinchback, 2 
Mill, 128; U. S. V. Hornibrook, 2 Dill. 229; People v. Payne, 3 
Denio, 88; Schneider 7/. Charles, 4 S. & R. 151 (8 Am. Dec. 682) ; 
Negley v. Devlin, 12 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 160; Allport v. Nutt, i C. B. 
980; Morris v. Blackman, 2 H. & C. 914; State v. Mumford, 73 Mo. 
647 ; Com. V. Manderfield, i Pa. Leg. Gaz. 37. 

ticket. In statute. Kitchen v. Greenbaum, 61 Mo. no. 

In indictment. Com. v. Thacher, 97 Mass. 583. 

materials for a . In statute. Com. v. Dana, 2 Mete. 334. 

promote a . In statute. Miller?'. Com., 13 Bush, 731. 

water mark. Slover v. Jack, 60 Pa. St. 339 ; Gerrish v. Pro- 
prietors, 26 Me. 384. 
interval. Frazer?/. Frazer, 2 Del. Ch. 260 

ofEloes. In constitution. State v. Kirk, 44 Ind. 401 ; Dailey v. 

State, 8 Blackf. 329. 

Cahill V. London, etc., R. Co., 10 C. B. (N. S.) 154. 

ordinary . In statute. Phillips v. R. Co., 19 C. B. (N. S.) 324. 

personal . In statute. Hudston v. Midland R. Co., 10 B. & S. 514. 



ommt 



mm 



.UGGAGE. 



LUNACY. 



207 



MAILED. 



: Aid. 57- 
tiss V. Smith, 

V. Lyman, 15 
-kansas Insur- 



Louis Public 
gow V. Horitz. 

111. 3'6. 

o. 499- 
Dock Co., 2 



ople, 40 !"• 465 : 
Vlass. 583; Hall; 
n, 398 ; Worden 
Com. V. Chubb, 
488; Randle v. 
; People V. Art 
1. & Colt. 912; 
>le. I N. Y. 180; 
i9 111. 160; Cha- 
N. V. 63 (30 Am. 
alew V. State, 62 
7/. Pinchback, 2 
jple V. Payne, 3 
\ Am. Dec. 682) ; 
t V. Nutt, I C. B. 
Mumford, 73 Mo. 

Mo. 1 10. 

Mete. 334. 

sh, 731- 

; Gerrish v. Pro- 



ud. 401 ; Dailey v. 



). B. (N. S.) 324. 
;o., 10 B. & S. 5>4. 



LUNACY. Owing's Case, i Bland Ch. 370 (17 Am. Dec. 31 1) ; Beverley's Case, 4 

, Coke, 124^/ re Vanauken, 10 N. J. (Eq.) 186, re Barker, 2 Johns. 

Ch. 232. 

LYING. about. In statute. Morriss ;-. Jeffries. L. R., i Q. B. 263 ; Law- 

rence v. King, L. R., 3 Q. B. 345. 

at anchor. Welsh v. N. Y. Floating Dock, ^^ N. Y 453 ; Read 

V. Ins. Co., 19 Hun, 284. 

at the wharf. Dewees v. Adger, 2 McCord, 105. 

X days. In charter-party. Commercial Steam Co. v. Boulton, 

L. R., JO Q. B. 346. 

on. In deed. Roe v. Doe, 4 Houst. 328. 

up. In insurance policy. Dows v. Howard Ins. Co., 5 Robt. 473. 



M one per centum. In note. U. S. ta Hardyman, 13 Peters, 176. 

MACHINE. In statute. Burrz/. Duryee, i Wall. 531 ; CorningT/. Burden, 15 How. 
267; New England Car Co. v. R. Co., n Md. 81 ; Piper v. Brown, 
4 Fish. Pat. Cas. 175 ; Union Sugar Refinery v. Mathiesson, 2 Fish. 
Pat. Cas. 600; ^Blanch ard v. Sprague, 3 Summer, 280. 

shop. In insurance policy. Goddard v. Monitor, etc., Ins. Co., 

108 Mass. 56. 
mCACHINEBY. In contract. Lowber v. Le Roy, 2 Sandf. 202 ; Dudley v. Jamaica 
Pond Aqueduct, 100 Mass. 183. 
In insurance policy. Seavey v. Central Ins. Co., iii Mass. 540. 
In statute. Graves v. Pierce, 53 Mo. 423 ; Com. v. Lowell Gas-light Co., 
12 Allen, 75. 

MADE< In plea. Robinson v. Grundy, 50 Vt. 122. 

an assault. In pleading. Polkinghorn v. Wright, 8 Q. B. 197. 

and levied. In statute. Wray v. Earl, 4 B. & Adol. 125. 

a note. In plea. Peets v. Bratt, 6 Barb. 662 ; Sawyer v. Warner, 

15 Barb. 282 ; Chappell v. Bissell, 10 How. Pr. 274 ; Snyder v. State 
Bk., I 111. 122. 
' or payable in this State. In statute. Orcutt v. Hough, 54 N . 



H. 472. 

to* appear. In statute. Stanley v. Fieldan, 5 B. & Aid. 437. 

useftll. In warranty. Davis v. Ball, 6 Cush. 505. 

void. In statute. Kemp v. Kennedy, Pet. C. C. 40. 

money actually In statute. Fiedeldey ?/. Diserens, 26 Ohio St. 

312. 
time the assessment is . In statute. Mygatt v. Washburn, 1 5 N. 

Y. 316. 

MAOISTBATE. Stockwell v. Silloway, 100 Mass. 287; Carter 7/. Clohecy, 100 Mass. 
299. 

In statute. Martin v. State, 32 Ark. 124 ; Gordon v. Hobart, 2 Suinn. 
461 ; Scanlan v. Wright, 13 Pick. 523. 
MAIL. In statute. Wynen v. Schappert, 5 Daly, 558 ; U. S. 71. Marselis, 2 

Blatchf. 108. 

carrier. In statute. U. S. v. Parsons, 2 Blatchf. 104. 

MATTiATtLK. matter. In statute. U. S. v. Bromley, 12 How. 88. 

MAILED. Pier v. Heinrischofen, 67 Mo. 163 ; Bank v. DeGroot, 43 N. Y. (S. C.) 

34«. 



■*fc^i'i- ■!" ri' Vn'i" »i»r«i»l*i 



•mrr^jmfmm 



MAIM. 



208 



MAKE. 



MAIM. Foster v. People. 50 N. Y. 598 ; Reg- v. Bullock, n Cox C. C. 125 : 

State V. Harris, 11 Iowa, 414- 
In statute. Rex v. Owens, i Moody. 205 ; Turman v. State. 4 Tex. 

(App.) 586. 
MAIN sea. Baker v. Hoag. 7 N. Y. 555 : 3 Barb. 203 . 7 Barb. 113. 

MAINTAIN In statute. Moorehead v. Little Miami R. Co, .7 Ohi«, 340 : Com. v. 
MAINTAIN. ^/«^« ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ _ ^^.^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ,_, Conn. 406 ; State v. 

Hanchett, 38 Conn. 38; Usher z/. Hiatt. 21 Kas. 54- 

action. In statute. Philpott v. Jones, 2 Ad. & Ell. 44- 

and provide. In statute. State v. Larger, 45 Mo. 510. 

and work. In statute. R. Co. z/. R. Co.. 1 1 Ch. Div. 873- 

ghaU In statute. Bacon v. Com., 7 Gratt. 602. 

MAINTAINED. In statute. Smith z/. Lyon, 44 Conn. i75- 

fences shall be In statute. Rhodes 7/. Mummery, 48 Incl. 216. 

MAINTAINING. In statute. City of New Haven v. Whitney, 36 Conn. 373- 

a minister and pubUo worship. In will. Atty-Gen. v. Union 

Soc, 116 Mass. 167. 

the navigation of the oanal. Indeed. Llewellyn 7/. Swansea 



Canal, i Hurl. & N. 346 : 2 Hurl & N. 509- 

MAINTENANCE. Arden v. Patterson, 5 Johns. Ch. 44: Wheeler v. Pounds. 24 Ala. 

^^ 472 : Quigley V. Thompson, 53 Ind. 3>7 ; Lathrop v. Amherst Bk., 

9 Met?. 489 ; Thallheimer v. Brinckerhoflf, 3 Cow. 623 (.5 Am. Dec 
308); Sedgwick V. Stanton, 14N. Y. 289; Findon ... Parker 1.M.& 
W. 675 : Flight V. Leeman, 4 Q- B. 883 ; New York Institute v. 
How 10 N. Y. 84 : Bayard v. McLane, 3 Harr. (Del.) 208 ; McCall v. 
Capehart, 20 Ala. 52. ; Wickham v. Conklin, 8 Johns. 220 ; Dorw.n 
7. Smith 35 Vt. 69 ; Andrews v. Thayer. 30 Wis. 228 ; Blackerly v. 
Holton/s Dana. 520; Perine v. Dunn, 3 Johns. Ch. 508; Com. 
V. Dupuy. Bright, 44 : Walcot v. Knight, 6 Mass. 4.8 ; Everendcn 
V. Beaumont, 7 Mass. 76 : Sweet v. Poor, 1 1 Mass. 549 : Br.nley v. 
Whiting, 5 Pick. 359: Thompson 7/. Marshall, 36 Ala. 504; Gowen 

V Norvell, i Me. 265: McMicken v. Perin. .8 How. 507: Meeks 7.. 
Denberry, 57 Ga. 263; Richardson v. Rowland, 40 Conn. 565; 
Parker w. Parker, 126 Mass. 433. 
In statute. Guardians, etc.. v. Clark, etc.. 9 B. & S. 682. 

and support. In will. Austin 7/. Austin, 4 Ch. Div. 233. 

of the child. In statute. Judson v. Blanchard, 4 Conn. 557. 

MAJOBTTYc Gosling v. Veley, 7 Q- B. 406. 

In statute. Re Gilday, 1 1 Bank. Reg. 108. 

of the body. In statute. Taylor v. Griswold, 14 N. J. (L.) 222. 

of the electors. In constitution. Everett 7/. Smith, 22 Minn. 53. 

ofthe legal voters. In statute. State z/. Winkelmeier. 35 Mo. 

103; St. Joseph Tp. 7/. Rogers, 16 Wall. 644. 

of the members elected thereto. In constitution. Osburn t/. 

Staley, 5 W. Va. 85 (13 Am. Rep. 640). 
TMTAiniS. In deed. Winter v. Williams, 4 Ad. & Ell. 251. 

a case. /// statute. Smith v. Harris, 43 Mo. 557. 

a deed. In covenant. Washington v. Ogden, i Black, 450- 

defeult. In deed. Doe v. Marchetti. i B. & Ad. 720. 

over and grant. In deed Jackson v. Alexander, 3 Johns. 484 

(3 Am. Dec. 517)- 



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W I W WW* 



»f^t^ 



MAKE. 



ao9 



MALICIOUSLY 



MAKE — Continued. 

such negro or mulatto a slave. In statute. U. S. v. Battistc, 

2 Sumn. 245. 

use of. Galev. Burnell, 7 Q. B. 861. 

void. In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 9 B. & C. 837. 

to a patent. Indeed. Willis T'. Bucher, 3 Wash. C. C. 569. 

will . In lease. McGrath r/. Boston, 103 Mass. 371. 

MASEB. or manufiEU)turer. In statute. Rex v. Tregoning, 2 Younge & 

J. 132- 

MAIiADlONISTBATION. of the estate. In statute. Forrester t/. Forrester, 

37 Ala. 398. 

MAIiE. heirs. In will. Angell v. Angell, 9 Q. B. 355. 

certain child. In indictment. Queen v. Kelly, t Jebb, 299. 

MALFEASANCE. Coite v. Lynes, 33 Conn. 109. 



MALICE. 



MALIdOnS. 



MALIdOUSLT. 




Mitchell V. Wall. 1 1 1 Mass. 492 ; Halley v. State, 63 Ala. 88 ; Lemay 
V. Williams, 32 Ark. 166; Dunn v. Hall, i Ind. 344; Dexter v. 
Spear, 4 Mason, 115; U. S. v. Harriman, i Hughes, 525; Buckley 
V. Knapp, 48 Mo. 152; Barbee v Hereford, 48 Mo. 323; State %>. 
Schoenwald, 31 Mo. 147; Com. v. Bonner, 9 Mete. 410; Com. v. 
York, 9 Mete. 93; Com. v. Snelling, 15 Pick. 337; Viele v. Gray, 
10 Abb. Pr. I ; True v. Plumley, 36 Me. 466; Elchberry v. Lerelle, 
2 Hilt. 40; State v. Turner, Wright, 20; State v. Gardiner, Wright, 
392; Gott V. Pulsifer, 122 Mass. 235; Dozier v. State, 26 Ga. 156; 
ex parte Wray, 30 Miss. 673; Pennsylvania v. Bell, Add. 156; 
Warren v. State, 4 Coldw. 130; State v. Decklotts, 19 Iowa, 447, 
Revel V. State, 26 Ga. 275; Nye v. People, 35 Mich. 16; Harris v. 
State, 8 Tex. (App.) 90; McKinney v. State, 8 Tex. (App.) 626, 

In statute. State v. Weiners, 66 Mo. 13; U. S. t'. Taylor, 2 Sumn. 
584; U. S. V. Cutler, i Curt. 501. 

aforethought. State v. Pike. 49 N. H. 399 : Com. v. Drum, 58 

Pa. St. 9; U. S. V. Cornell, 2 Mason, 91 ; Jones v. State, 29 Ga. 
594; Green v. State. 13 Mo. 382 ; Com. v. Webster, 5 Cush. 306. 

in &ct. Pullen v. Gledden, 66 Me. 202. 

In statute. Hotchkiss v. Porter, 30 Conn. 414; Moore v. Stevenson, 
27 Conn. 14. 

express . Parke v. Blackiston, 3 Harr. (Del.) 373 ; Anthony v. 

State, 21 Miss. 263; State v. Neal, 37 Me. 468; Com. v. Green, i 
Ashm. 289. 

implied . Parke v. Blackiston, 3 H.irr. (Del.) 373 ; Anthony v. 

State, 21 Miss. 263; State v. Neal. 37 Me. 468; Com. v. Green, i 
Ashm. 289. 

midChief. Thomas v. State, 30 Ark. 433; State v. Robinson, 3 

Dev. & B. (L.) 130 (32 Am. Dec. 661). 

prosecution. Harf ham v. Whitney, 77 111. 32. 

willful and desertion. In statute, Stewart 7a Stewart, 2 Swan, 

(Tenn.), 591 ; Rutledge v. Rutledge, 5 Sneed, 554; Majors?/. Majors, 
I Tenn. Ch. 264; McClury's Appeal, 16 Smith (Pa.), 366. 
King V. Root, 4 Wend. 113 (2i( Am. Dec. 102); Com. v. Boynton, 
116 Mass. 343; Bridge v. O'Key, 2 La. Ann. 968; Patterson v. 
D'Autrive, 9 La. Ann. 35. 

In plea. Tuttle v. Bishop, 30 Conn. 80. 



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MALICIOVSLY. 



210 



MANNER. 



MAUCIOUSIiY — Continued. „ o^ ,, r^m „ MrT iiiph- 

7« ././«/.. Curtis V. The Hundred, 3 B. & C. 252 : Com. v McLaugh 
lin. .05 Mass. 463 : State v. Pierce. 7 Ala. 728 ; U S z.. G.deon i 
Minn. 292 ; State v. Wilcox. 3 Yerg. 278 ; Com. v. Walden, 3 Cush 
558- Com.... Adams.. 27 Mass.. 5: U. S. ... Ruggles. 5 Mason, .92 . 
U. S. V. Coffin. . Sumn. 394: Com. v. Brooks. 9 Gray, 303- 

threatens to accuse another of crime. In statute. Com. v. 

Goodwin, 122 Mass. .9. 
MALPRACTICE. In libel. Rodgers 7/. Kline. 56 Miss. 808 (3. Am. Rep. 389). 
MALT King v. Wheeler, 2 B. & Aid. 350. 

■ _- Uquor. Adler v. State, 55 Ala. 23 ; Watson v. State, 55 Ala. .60 ; 

State V. Starr. 67 Me. 242. 
MALTREATMENT. Com. 7^ Hackett. 2 Allen. .42. 
MAN In statute. Kenyon v. People, 26 N. Y. 203 ; Sm.th v. Allen. 31 Ark. 

268; Silver v. Ladd. 7 Wall. 2.9. 
MANAGED. — or superintended by her husband. In statute. Youngworth 
V. Jewell. .5 Nev. 45- ^ , „ 

> carelessly the locomotive. In plea. Smith 7. Old Colony R. 

Co.. .0 R. 1. 22. 

wAWAaiPMENT of the estate. In will. Watson 7a Cleavland. 2. Conn. 542. 

MANAGEMENT.^^^^ hf^g the — of the road. In statute. Queen v. W.lson. 

.8 Q. B. 348. 
7« 5/^/«/^. Gibson 7A Boston, etc., R. Co.. L. R., 10 Q. B. 329. 

general business . Swazey v. Union Manfg Co.. 42 Conn. 557- 

In charter. New York Inst, for the Blind v. Howe's Exrs.. .0 N. Y. 84. 

agent. In statute. Carr t/. Commercial Bank. .9 Wis. 272 : Up- 

per Miss. Trans. Co. v. Whittaker. .6 Wis. 220 ; Redd.ngton 7, Land 
Co .9 Hun. 405 ; Emerson v. Auburn, etc.. R. Co., 20 N. Y. (b. L .) 
.50'; Reddington v. Mariposa Land, etc.. Co., 19 Hun, 405. 
State V. Commrs.. i Mill. 55 («2 Am. Dec. 596). 

Waterman 7.. Gibson, 5 La. Ann. 672: re Fowler. 7 La. Ann. 207; 
Richardson v. Futtrell. 42 Miss. 525. 
MANDATORY. injunction. Isenberg v. East India Co.. 33 L. J. Ch. 392 



MANAGER. 

MANAGERS. 
MANAGING. 



MANDAMUS. 
MANDATE. 



MANHOOD. Hinton v. Hinton. . Dev. & B. (Eq.) 585- 
jIANIA. Hall V. Unger. 2 Abb. (U. S.) 507- 

MANIFEST. In statute. PMle v. Anna. . Dall. .97- 

errors. In statute. Re Hermance, 71 N. Y. 481. 

other impediments. In statute. Re Davison. 4 Fed. Rep. 507. 

MANIFESTED, created and—. In statute. McClellan .. McClellan.65 Me. 500. 
MANNER. In statute. Harris v. Doherty. ..9 Mass. .42 : Wells v. Ba.n, 75 Pa- 

provided by law. In statute. Morris v. Howell. 35 Mo. 467. 

in aforesaid. In deed. Beer v. Sauter. 10 C. B. (N. S.) 440. 

In will. Woodall v. Woodall. 3 C. B. 35°- 

in and form. In statute. Acraman v. Heineman, 16 Q. B. 998. 

in like . In statute. Badger v. Daniel, 79 N. C. 372 ; re Thirty- 
fourth street. 8. Pa. St. 27. 

in Buoh . In statute. State v. Ryan, 2 Mo. (App.) 309. 

in such as shall by l*w be prescribed. In constitution. Brown 

V. O'Connell. 36 Conn 432. 




, McLaugh- 
'. Gideon, i 
sn, 3 Cush. 
Mason, 192; 

03- 

te. Com. V. 



,89). 

55 Ala. 160; 

len. 31 Ark. 

Youngworth 

i Colony R. 

!i Conn. 542. 
en V. Wilson, 

.329- 

XI Conn. 557. 

i., 10 N. Y. 84. 

Vis. 272 ; Up- 
igton V. Land 
) N. Y. (S. C.) 
405. 

a. Ann. 207 ; 

:h. 392. 



Fed. Rep. 507. 
llan,65Me. 500. 
!/. Bain, 75 Pa. 

, 35 Mo. 467- 
(N. S.) 440. 

1, 16 Q. B. 998. 
372; re Thirty- 

309- 
\titution. Brown 



MANNER. 



2IZ 



MANUSCRIPT. 



MANNER 



Continued. 
in the same 



In statute. Phillips v. Comm'rs. 122 Mass. 285; 



State V. Perkins, 4 Zab. 409; State v. Eureka Mining Co., 8 Nev. 15. 

]£ANSION-HOUSE. In indictment. Com. v. Pennock. 3 S. & R. 199 ; State v. Sut- 
cliflFe, 4 Strobh. 372 ; Daniel v. Coulsting, 7 M . & G. 122, 

MANU. fbrti. State v. Ray, 10 Ired. (L.) 39. 

MANUAL. occupation. Shaw v. Poy .ter, 2 Ad. & Ell. 323. 

MANUFACTORY. In statute. Furness v. R. Co., L. R., 6 Eq. Cas. 473; Queen v. 

R. Co., 3 Q. B. 166; Richards z/. Swansea Imp. Co., 9 Ch. Div. 425. 

starch . In insurance policy. Peoria, etc., Ins. Co. v, Lewis, 18 

III. 553. 
MANUFACTURE. King r/. Wheeler, 2 B. & Aid. 350. 

In statute. Walton v. Potter, 3 Man. & G. 437. 

of bone. In statute. Schriefer v. Wood, 5 Blatchf. 21 5. 

or process incident to the manufacture of cotton. In statute. 

Whymperz/. Harvey, 18 C. B. (N. S.) 248. 

new . In statute. Crane v. Price, 4 Man. & G. 580. 

right to . In grant of patent right. May z/. Chaffee, 2 Dill. 385. 

stage, process or progress of . In statute. Rex v. Woodhead, i 

Moody & R. 549. 
MANUFACTURED. In statute. Briggs v. Tillotson, 8 Johns. 304. 

articles. In statute. Lawrence v. Allen, 7 How. 793. 

copper. In statute. U. S. v. Potts, 5 Cranch, 284. 

goods. In statute. Parker v. R. Co., 6 El. & Bl. 102 ; U. S. v. 

A Quantity of Tobacco, 5 Ben. 112. 

ooral out or . In statute. Bailey v. Scheli, 5 Blatchf. 195. 

MANUFACTURER. In statute. Re Capital Publishing Co., 18 Bank. Reg. 319; 

Seeley v. Gwillem, 40 Conn. 106 ; Webley v. VVebley, L. R., 7 Q. B. 

61 ; Meriden Britannia Co. v. Parker, 39 Conn. 451 ; re Kenyon, i 

Utah Ter. 47 ; re Chandler, i Low. 478 ; Com. v. Bradley, 3 Gray, 

456. 

of firiotion matches. In statute. U. S. v. Wedon, 3 Fed. Rep. 

623. 

MANUFACTURES. of bone. In statute. Schrieffer v. Wood, 5 Blatchf. 215. 

of iron. In statute. U. S. v. Sarchet, Gilp. 275. 

of metals. In statute. Meyer v. Arthur, i Otto, 570 ; Murphy w. 

Anson, 6 Otto, 131. 

of wool. In statute. U. S. w. Clarke, 5 Mason, 51. 

MANUFACTXTRINa-. company. In statute. Dudley v. Jamaica Pond Aqueduct 

Co., 100 Mass. 183. 

corporations. In statute. Byers v. Franklin Coal Co., 106 

Mass. 135. 

process. In statute. Palmer's Ship Co. v. Clayton, L. R., 4 Q. 

B. 209: Kent v. Astley, L. R., 5 Q. B. 19: 10 B. & S. 802. 

any forge or flimace fbr the of iron. In deed. Rogers v. 

Danforth, 9 N. J. (Eq.) 289. 

iron company. In statute. Peoplev. Holdridge, 4 Lans. 511. 

MANURE. Proctor v. Gilson, 49 N. H. 65. 

MANUEUNQ. fbr land. In statute. Reg. v. Freke, 5 El. & Bl . 947. 

MANUSCRIPT. In statute. Parton v. Prang, 3 Cliff. 537. 






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AfARE. 



212 



MARRIAGE' 



MARE. 

MABQIN. 

liARQlNS. 

MABINE. 



MABINEB. 



1CABINEBS. 
MABITIME. 



JHHSX.. 



SIABEET. 



MABBIAGUB. 



'';~;:^;;;Zu. Rex.. Chalkey. . Rus. & Ry • ^59 ; Rex .. Welland. . 

Russ. & Ry. 494- 
In contract. Markham v. Jaudon, 49 Barb. 462. 
in statute. Ind. Cent. Canal Co. ..State. 53 ind. 575. 
— risk Seybold t.. U. S.. . 5 Wall. 202 ; Morgan v. U. S.. .4 Wall. 

53, ; Goodman v. U. S., 17 Wall. 5«5. 
extraordinary — risk. /« ./i.r/.r./«./y. Leary .-. U. S.. .4 Wall. 

607. 
Brush7'. Bogardus. SJohns. 157. , ^ . . wni , Tuck 

Bradf i?4; Goods of Lay, 2 Curtcis, 339. »*"" ^,, i d , p 

L "33 : ^ubbard V. Hubbard. 8 N. Y. .99 : re McMurdo. L. R.. . P. 

_*L''8eamen of the United States. In statute. Matthews.. 

man. 22 How. 129. Wara v. ino p „ Andrews 

Edwald/.. Elliott. 2. Wall. 533 ; The Walsh. 5 Ben. 72. 
prize. Messrs. Alexander's cotton. 3 Wall. 404. 

Moorman v. Hoge. 2 Sawyer. 86. ,, N J (L ) 
andlayoutthe bounds. /« ./«/«/e. Allen ..Smith, i2N.J.(b.) 

_l'the boundary line. /«./«/«/^. Keller .. Young. 78 Pa. St. 166 

HiUiard Flume Co. .. Woods, i Wyom. Terr. 397- 

Hilliara t-ium». „, ,0 r r .qo. Wilkinson .. King. 2 Camp. 

overt. Lee .. Hayes .8 C B 599^ J > ^^.^ester's case. 

335; Anonymous. .2 Mod ^52 . L Eve^^u ^ ^^^^^^j_ 

Moore. 360: Taylor.. Chambers, ^ro. Jac. o , 

lor, Moore. 624 : Lyons .. De Pass. . i Ad. & El. 32^ ^ " ' 

4 Taunt. 520 ; Crane .. London Dock Co.. 5 Best & i. 3'3 . »• • J^ 

J:- gar^dene"'" /« ././«- Ex parte Hammond. . De Gex. B. C 93- 
__ place. In ^''''«'- Attorney-General J. M^^^^^^^ 
303 ; Smith .. City of Newbern, 70 N. C. 14 . Mayor o 

Wilson, 49 Ga. 476. „r u r- r >ioi 

__ price. In statute. Goodwin .. U. S.. 2 Wash. C C. 493- 
__vle. Atchison, etc.. R. Co. .. Stanford, .2 Kans.354; Mur- 

ray .. Stanton 99 Mass. 345- 
In statute. Harding .. Whitney. 4 Cliff. C^ C. 96. 
eoming to . In statute. Boteler .. Corporation. 2 Cranch 

„ ^l^' u ^.1 R , P & D. 133 ; re Beverson. 47 Cal. 62. ; Port .. 
Hvde .. Hyde. L. K., i f. « l». '^ < , ^ y)cc. 

V. * .,^111 ^Sa- Newburv.. Brunswick, 2 Vt* 1 5> ^9 '*"' 



KRIAGI.' 
Welland, i 

S.. 14 Wall. 
S.. 14 Wall. 



IKW, I Tuck, 
uta, 1 4 Q- B. 

rhompson, 4 ^ 
[arding, 2 R. 

0, L. R., I P. 

Matthews v. 

s Ferry Co. v. 

oach V. Chap- 

Morewood v. 

1. I ; Andrews 
26 Wis. 496: 

2. 



Ii, 12 N. J. (L.) 
, 78 Pa. St. 166 

King, 2 Camp. 
>rcester's case, 
on V. Chancel- 
Hill V. Smith, 
3. 3i3;S. C, 33 

Gex's B. C. 93. 
L. R., 6 H. L. 
of Savannah v. 

C. 493- 

ans. 354 ; Mur- 

, 2 Cranch C. C. 

Cal. 621 ; Port v. 
;i (19 Am. Dec. 
of Milford v. In- 
Brown, 49 Miss. 
•Id, 15N. Y. 345; 



MARRIAGE. 



213 



MATERIALS. 



MARRIAQE —Continued. 



M.1BBIED. 



MARBT. 

MABTIAL. 

MA8TEB. 



UATEBIAL. 




MATEBIALS. 



Starr v. Peck, i Hill, 270; Brook v. Brook, 9 H. L, Cas. 193 ; Cau- 
jolle V. Ferrie, 26 Barb. 177 ; 23 N. Y. 90 ; 4 Bmdf. 28 ; Jackson v. 
Winne, 7 Wend. 47 ; Clayton v. VVardell, 4 N. Y. 230; Fornshill v. 
Murray, 1 Bland, 479; Graham v. Bennett, 2 Cal. 503; Townsher. 
v. Griffin, 4 Harr. (bel.)44o; Cabell 7'. Cabell, 1 Mete. (Ky.)3i9; 
Starr v. Hamilton, i Deady, 268; Jenkins v, Jenkins, 2 Dana, 102; 
Duntze v. Levett, Ferg. 68 ; Ditson v. Ditson, 4 R. I. 87. 
— oontraot. In statute. Johnson v, Johnson, 23 Mo. 561 ; Dcvelin 



V. Rigsbec, 4 Ind. 464. 

actual . State v. Winckley, 14 N. H. 480. 

agreement made in consideration of . In statute. Harrison 

V. Cage, I Ld. Raym. 386 ; Cork v. Baker, Strange, 34 ; Jordan v. 
., Money, 5 H. L. Cas. 207; Philpot ?/. Wolcot. Skinner, 24; Brennur 
7/. Brenner, 48 Ind. 462; Short v. Stotts, 58 Ind. 29; Rainbolt i\ 
East, 56 Ind. 538 ; Clark v. Pendleton, 20 Conn. 495 ; Riley r. Riley, 
25 Conn. 154; Dunn ?/. Tharp. 4 Ired. (Eq.) 7 ; Wilbur v. Johnson, 
58 Mo. 600; Child V. Pearl, 43 Vt. 224; Henry v. Henry, 27 Ohio 
St. 121 ; re Willoughby, 1 1 Paige Ch. 257 ; Brown v. Conger, 8 Hun, 
625 ; Dygert v. Remerschnider, 32 N. Y. 629 ; Withers v. Richarc':> 
son, 5 T. B. Mon, 94 (17 Am. Dec. 44.) 

fiict of Steadman v. Powell, i Add. Ecc. 58; State v. Winkley. 

14 N. II. 480. 

in right of the . In statute. Cason v. Cason, 28 Mo. 47. 

man. Vandolfz/. Otis, i Oregon, 153. 

shall be . In statute. Kelly v. Owen, 7 Wall. 496. 

without ever having been . In deed. Emmons v. Bradford, 1 3 

Ch. Div. 495. 

without having been . In will. Re Ball, 11 Ch. Div. 270. 

shall another person. In statute. Queen v. Allen, L. R., i C. 

C. R. 371. 
law. Luther v. Borden, 7 How. i ; Johnson v. Jones, 44 111. 

142; Griffin v. Wilcox, 21 Ind. 370; re Egan, 5 Blatchf. 319. 
In statute. Weed v. State, 55 Ala. 14. 
or clerk. In statute. Lancaster t/. Woodboat Hardin, 28 Mo. 

35'- 
or mariners. In contract. Spinette 7/. Atlas Steam Co., 14 Hun, 

100. 

or other person entitled to the service of any slave. In 

statute. Scott v. State, 31 Miss. 475. 

Edmonson v. Phillips, 73 Mo. 62 ; Pendleton v. Franklin, 7 N. Y. 508 ; 
Adams v. Way, 32 Conn. 161 ; U. S. v. Tenbrook, Pet. C. C. 180; 
State V. Brown, 79 N. C. 642. 

allegation. In plea. Miller v. Brumbaugh, 7 Kas. 343 ; Wooden 

V. Waffle, 6 How. Pr. 146. 

defendant. Waddell v. Lanier, 54 Ala. 440. 

fbcts. Digby v. American Central Ins. Co., 3 Mo. (App.) 603. 

issue. Wooden v. Wafflle, 6 How. Pr, 145; Newman v. Otto, 4 

Sandf. 668. 

used. In statute. Young w. The Orphans, 119 Mass. 179. 

In contract. Camac 7/. Warriner, i C. B. 364. 



il 



■;i 



' WKmmm m mi»* 



MA TERIALS. 



MATEBIALS 




MATTES. 



MATTEBS 



-Continued, 

In ,nor,fra,re. Farmers' Loan etc., Co. J'- Com. Bk '5 
Kurincrs'. etc.. Trust Co. v. Commercial Bk.. ii Wis. 211. 
/. statute. Hazard Powder Co. .. Byrnes. .2 Abb ^'^ 469 ; jjuimby 
V. Sloan. 2 E. D. Smith, 594; Dixon v. La Purge, . E. D. Sm th. 32 
Cutts V. Ward. 8 B. & S. 287 ; U. S. t/. Ten Brock. 2 Wheat. 248. 
Pet. C. C, 180. 

for a lottery. In statute. Com. v. Dana. 2 Mete. 329, 

for building. In city ordinance. lIundhausenT'. Bond. 36 Wis. 29. 

person performing labor or ftirnishing of any kind. In 

statute. McCormar ; v. Water Co.. 40 Cal. 186. 

arising upon the trial. In statute. U. S. v. Green. 6 Peters. 28. 

in avoidance. In statute. Cooper v. Tappan. 9 Wis. 368. 

in demand. In statute. Blakeslee v. Murphy. 44 Conn. 188; 

Hunt V. Rockwell. 41 Conn. 5« : Sullivan v. Vail, 42 Conn. 90^ 

in dispute. In statute. Dumphy .'. Jaudon, 13 Cal. 30; U. b. 

.. Mose 3 Cranch. ,59; Lee .. Watson. . Wall, 337 : W. -" - 
Daniel. Dall, 404 ; Mason ., Oglesby 2 La. Ann. 793= ^ reU-n ., 
Cofley. 2 La. Ann. 9. > : Owen v. Boyd. 7 La. Ann. ^^ Cornell v. 
Geddes. 10 La. Ann, 170 : Klein v. Wild, 12 La, Ann. 87. 

of form. In statute. U, S. v. Noelke. 17 Blatchf. 558. 

. of law. In constitution. Lovinier v. Pearce. 70 N, C, 167. 

. and proceedings in bankruptcy. In statute. Kidder v. Hor- 



MATUBED. 
MATUBITY. 



robin. 72 N. Y. 159. 

in controversy. Bremer v. Biiir 1, Co Ala. 1 53- 

in difference. Webster v. Lee. 5 Mass, 336, 

of mere account. In statute. Birmingham Gas Co. v. Ratcliflf, 

L. P..0 Ex. 224, 
of subsistence for man, Sledd v. Com,, 19 Gratt. 81 3. 

In statute. Hays v. Boyer, 59 Ind, 341. 

Lowry v. Mountjoy, 6 Call, 55. 

at , Leigh v. Knickerbocker Ins. Co., 26 La. Aan. 436. 

In charter. U. S, 7/, Union Pacific R, Co,, i Otto, 72, 

In will. Condict V. King. .3 N, J. (Eq.) 3751 Carpenter v. Bouldin, 

48 Md, 122, 

width. In statute. Reg. v. Rigby. 14 Q- B, 697, 

Cooke V. Spears. 2 Cal. 412 : Hill v. Duncan, i .0 Mass, 328 ; Quinn v 

WaUace. 6 Whart, 45^ I Ball v. Fogg. 67 Mo, 48. ; re Ballantjne, 45 

Cat 696 ; Leavenworth & Des Moines R. R, v. Platte Co.. ^^ Mo. 7. , 

State V. Holt Co., 39 Mo. 521. 
In statute. Schaeffer v. Lohman, 34 Mo, 68 ; Crake v. Powell. 2 El, & 

,Man<Iatory^. Supervisors., U. S.. 4 Wan.425; ^^'^^'^\-^^^'^,' ''''^ ^ '''''' 
Am, Dec, 464) ; Spaulding v. Lees. 4 Mo, (App,) 35i- 
indeed. Long Island R. Co, 7/, Conklin. 29 N, Y. 57=^ 

instatute. ^^^P^^^^^y^ ^"^^ ^Z^^^^:^^:^. 
8 Kas. 623 ; State v. Newark, 4 Dutch, 49' • "^^ " w-,, 

Pet, C, C 2; Reid v. Bainbridge, . South. 35« : Carha. .^M.Uer 
2 South. 573 : Mitchell v. Pike. .7 Hun, .42 ; Hagadon v Roux 72 
N Y. 583: State v. Gould, ii'Metc, 224: Com, v. Sm.th, in Masa. 



MAXIMUM, 
MAY. 




MAV 



; Wis. 434 



39; (Juimby 

Smith, 322 ; 

Wheat. 248; 



3,36 Wis. 29. 
f kind. /» 

6 Peters. 28. 

368. 

^ Conn. 188; 
?onn. 90. 

al. 30; U. S. 
7 ; Wilson 7/. 
, ; Frellsen v. 
9; Cornell v. 

17- 
58. 

C. 167. 
idder v, Hor- 



:o. V. RatcliflF, 
,813. 

36. 

.er V. Bouldin, 

328 ; QuJnn v. 
; Ballantine, 45 
Co., 42 Mo. 71 ; 

Powell. 2 El. & 

5 Cow. 188(15 



;o. V. Reynolds, 
h V. Woodhull> 
irhart v. Miller, 
Ion V. Roux, 72 
lith, III Mas3. 



MAY. 



215 



MEADOll S. 



HAY (Mandatory) — Continued. 

407; Lyon %>. Kice, 41 Conn. 245; Gillinwater 7/. R. Co., 13 III. 3; 
Kane v. Foot h, 70 III. 587; Minor v. Mechanics' Bk., 1 IVt. 46; 
Supervisors v. U. S., 4 VVall. 435 ; re Ballentine, 45 Cal. 696 ; Thomp- 
son V. Curoli, 22 How. 422; Kelly 7>. Morse, 3 Neh. 222; Steines 
V. Franklin Co., 48 Mo. 167; State 7/. Saline Co., 48 Mo. 390; Low 
V. Dunham, 61 Mc. 566; Nave 7/. Nave, 7 Ind. 122; I'helps 7. Haw- 
ley, 3 Lans. 160; Blake 7', Portsmouth, etc.. K. Co., 39 N. II. 435; 
Bauscmer7/. Mace, 18 Ind. 27; People 7'. Supervisors, 51 N. Y. 401; 
People 7/. Com., 4 Neb. 150; Com. 7'. Haynes, 107 Mass. 194; St. 
Louis, etc., R. Co. 7/. Teters, 68 III. 144; Walley's Kstate, 11 Nev. 
260; People 7/. Brooks, 1 Denio, 457; Appleton 7>. Warner, 51 Barb. 
270; State 7'. Board of Canvassers, 36 Wis. 498 ; Adriance7'. Super- 
visors, 12 How. Pr. 224; Darby v. Condit, i Ducr. 599; Fowler 7/. 
I'erkins, 77 III. 271 ; Sieple v. Borough of Elizabeth. 27 N. J, (L.) 
407; Buffalo, etc., Plankroad Co. 7A Com., 10 I low. Pr. 237; New- 
burffh, etc., Tp. Co. 7'. Miller, 5 Johns. Ch. lot ; Cutler 7>. Howard, 
9 Wis. 309 ; ex parte Banks, 28 Ala. 28 ; ex parte Simonten, 9 Port. 
390 ; Supervisors v. U. S , 4 Wall. 435 ; Galena v. Amy, 5 Wall. 705 ; 
Randolph Co. v. Ralls, 18 III. 29; Ritchie v. Franklin Co., 22 Wall. 
77; Phillips7'. Fadden, i25Mas3. 2oo;StatC7'. Laughiin, 73M0. 443; 
Chetwood v. State Bk., 2 Halst. 32; Whittington, ex parte, 34 Ark. 
394; Coopers i>. Mayor, 55 Cal. 599; Bell 7/. Crane, L. R.. 8 O. B. 
481 ; Cutler T*. Howard, 9 Wis. 310; Rice v. Cutler, 17 Wis. 357. 
{Permissive). In statute. Cooke v. State Nat. Bk. of Boston, 52 N. Y. 96 ; De 
Bewoorl v. Welsh, 7 B. & C. 278 ; Com. v. H.iynes, 107 Mass. 196 ; 
State V. Holt County Court, 39 Mo. 521 ; Minor v. Mechanics' Bk.. 
I Pet. 46 ; Fowler v. Perkins. 77 111. 271 ; State v. Sweetser, 53 Me. 
438 ; Devine's Case, 1 1 Abb. Pr. 90 ; Medberry v. Swan. 46 N. Y. 
200 ; vVilliams 7>. People, 24 N. Y. 405. 

be. In statute. Lewis 7/. Bourbon Co., 12 Kas. 206; County of 

Callaway v. Foster, 3 Otto. 573. 

be designated. In statute. Durfee v. Plaisted, 38 Cal. 80. 

be instituted. In statute. South Carolina v. Gaillard, 1 1 Otto. 



MAYHEM. 



HAYOB. 

ME. 

HEADOWS. 



433. 
have. In will. Wilkinson 71. Adam, i Ves. & B. 422 ; Heeney 

7/. Brooklyn Ben. Soc, 33 Barb. 360. 

in anywise. Gregory v. Kanouse, it N. J. (L.) 62. 

pay. In contract. Fame Ins. Co. Appeal, 83 Pa. St. 306. 

receive. In contract. Greene v. Robinson, 41 Conn. 470. 

saw. In contract. Wemple v. Stewart, 22 Barb. 154. 

all claims and demands that arise. In contract. Moran 

V. Prather, 23 Wall. 492. 

Godfrey v. People, 5 Hun, 369 ; Chick v. State, 7 Humph. 161 ; Adams 
V. Barrett, 5 Ga. 404; Com. v. Newell, 7 Mass. 244; State v. Dan- 
forth, 3 Conn. 112; Eskridge v. State, 25 Ala. 30 ; Scott v. Com., 6 S. 
& R. 224 ; Riflemaker v. State, 25 Ohio St. 395 ; Com. v Hawkins, 
1 1 Bush, 603 ; State 7/. Vowels, 4 Oreg. 324 ; State 7>. Brown, 60 Mo. 
T41 ; Foster v. People, 50 N. Y. 598 ; Godfrey v. People. 63 N. Y. 
207; Tully V. People, 67 N. Y. 15 ; State v. Briley, 8 Port. 472. 

of the city. In will. Dunbar 7/. Soule, 129 Mass. 285. 

sworn before . In Jurat. Queen v. Silkstone, 2 Q. B. 520. 

Church V. Meeker. 34 Conn. 421. 






J 



1 



MEANS. In lease. Spencer v. M;irri.ill. i H. iSc ( . 459. 

' of •atiBftwtioD. Kingston v. Curry, 62 Ala. 408. 

of Bupport. In statute. V.,lan8 v. Owe... 74 N. Y. 526; Meldd 

V Anthis 71 III. =41 ; VViKlUman v. Deverc. 33 Wis. 57°; bchneidcr 
:: Hosl^:: '.; Ohio'si.99: MuUord.. riewcll. ..Ohio St. .9. : Wod- 
heather v. Risley. 38 Iowa. .89; Hackett v. Smelsey. 77 HI- '09. 
na5'es V. Phelan, 4 Hun. 738. 

by of. In statute. U. S. v. Cargo of Sugar, 3 Sawyer. 48. 

by of a felso pretense. In statute. Com. t/. Walker. 108 Mass. 

by any other . In statute. McDade v. People, 29 Mich. 50. 

l,y whose . In statute. Fitchburg v. Cheshire Co.. 1 10 Mass. 210. 

to take proper . In bond. Hoard 7'. Garner. 10 N. Y. 261. 

other . In constitution. Crosby 7/. Lyon. 37 Cal. 242. 

In statute. Ouccn v. Aulton. 3 El. & El. 568. ^ 

tak.0 for the formation of a company. In contract. Cooke v. 

H.irr. 39 Conn. 304. „ . , vt ^ 

In indictment. State v. Morey. 2 Wis. 494; State v. Patrick. 79 N. C 

/«.A./«/.. Duncan v. Bateman. 23 Ark. 3^7 1 Whitcomb y. Re^. 3. 
Wis. 567 ; Gullcdge v. Preddy. 32 Ark. 433: Berks Co. v. Bertolet. 

or other person. In statute. Raedcr v. Bensbcrg. 6 Mo. (App.) 

446. , 

BkiU Perfection Window Cleaner Co. 7/. Bosley, 2 Fed. Rep. 576; 

Hotchkiss 7.. Greenwood, n How. 248; Stimpsor, ^'Woodman. .0 
Wall. . .7 ; Ransom v. New York. . Fish. 252 ; Larrabee ^'^ Cortlan 
Taney. .So; Haselden v. Ogden. 3 Fish. 378; Ph.U.ps v. Page. 24 
How. 164; Dunbar 7/. Myers. 94 U- S. 187. 

In will. Bridgman 7/. Dove. 3 Atk. Ch. 202. 

In statute. Berry v. Henderson. L. R., 5 Q. B. 296. 

Mills V. Perkins. 120 Mass. 41- 

attendance. In statute. State v. Winneshiek Co.. 52 Iowa, 579- 

feoulty. In statute. Regents v. Williams. 9 Gill & J. 365 (3« 

Am. Dec. 72). ^ ,. 

...-or mechanical treatment for disease. In insurance policy. 

Bayliss v. Travelers' Ins. Co., 14 Blatchf. i43- 

services. In statute. Bibber v. Simpson. 59 Me. i8i. 

preparations or compositions. In statute. Dallet v. Smythe. 

6 Blatchf. 42 •• 
In statute. Loveioy v. Dolan, 10 Cush. 499- 

or assemble. In statute. Marshall v. Fox, L. R., 6 Q . B. 370. 

In indictment. Com. v. Desmond, 122 Mass. 12. 

. end on. In statute. The Nichols. 7 Wall. 656. 

for raising money for building or repairing a school-house. 

In statute. Davis v. School Dist., 43 N. H. 381 

of the legislature. In statute. McAfee v. Russell. 29 Miss. 84. 

MEMBER. In statute. Norris v. Cooper. 3 H. L. Cas. .6, ; Sinden v. Banks. 3 El. 

&BI.631. 



MEASUBES. 

MEAT. 
MECHANIC. 

MECHANICAL. 



MEDALS. 
MEDICINE. 
MEDICINES. 
MEDICAL. 



MEDICINAL 

MEET. 

MEETING. 




526 ; Meidel 

i; Schneider 

;. 191 ; Wool- 

77 ni. io9i 

er. 48. 

ur, loS Mass. 

Mich. 50. 
10 Mass. 210. 
Y. 261. 
2. 

ct. Cooke 7'. 

rick, 79 N. C, 

nb V. Reid, 31 
o. V. Bertolet, 

, 6 Mo. (App.) 

Fed. Rep. 576; 
Wnodman, 10 
Dee V. Cortlan, 
ps V, Page, 24 



., 52 Iowa, 579- 
1 & J. 36s (3> 

surattce policy. 

181. 
illet V. Smythe, 



,,6Q.B. 370. 



, Bohool-honse. 

iell, 29 Miss. 84. 
n V. Banks, 3 El. 



MEMBER. 



217 



MEMORANDUM. 



MBMBBB— Continued. 



of the (bmily. In statute Chicago, etc, R. (;^o. ?'. Chisholm, 79 

III. 584. ♦ 

individual , In statute. Linden v. Banks, 3 El. & Bl. 631. 

MEMBER8. //; statute. People v. Ins. Co., 78 N. Y 114. 

of the household or ftunily. In statute. May 7. Smith, 48 .Ala. 

487. 
all the In statute. Curtis v. Harlow, 12 Mete. 3. 

MEMORANDA. In statute. Craft's Appeal, 42 Conn. 153; Bissell v. Beckwith, 32 
Conn. 509. 

MEMORANDUM. In will. Dickinson 7a Stidolph, 1 1 C. B. 356. 

oheok. In statute. U. S. v. Isiiam, 17 Wall. 496 ; Turnlnill 7'. 

Osborne, 12 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 200. 

letter or other writing. In statute. Rein v. Lane, 8 B. 1% S. 83. 

note or in writing, In statute. Sanderson 7'. Jackson, 2 Bos. it 

P. 238; Schneider 7'. Norris, 8 Man. & S. 286; Pitts 7'. Beckett, 13 
M & W. 743; Reuss 7/. Picksley, L. R,, i Ex. 342: Stewart t*. 
Eddowes, L. R,, 9 C. P. 311 ; Sanborn 7/. Flagler, 9 Allen (Mass.), 474; 
Himrod Furnace Co. 7'. Cleveland, etc, R. Co., 20 Ohio St. 451 ; 
Argus Co. 7'. Mayor, etc., of Albany, 55 N. Y. 495; (uilliii ". Kein- 
bert, 2 S. C. 410; Bird v. Blasse, 2 Ventris, 361 ; Brettul v. WH.j.ims, 
4 Exch. 623; Waul V. Kirkman, 27 Miss. 823; Lanz t*. McL:' ' !in. 
14 Minn. 72; Lowber i'. Connit, 36 Wis. 176; Thayer v. I . 22 
Ohio SI. 62 ; Justice v, Lang, 42 N. Y. 493 ; Western Un. Tel v. 

Chicago, etc., R. Co., 86 111. 246; Barickman v. Kuykendall. 6 
Blackf. (Ind.) 21; Ellis 7a Deadman, 4 Bibb (Ky.), 466; Evans 7'. 
Prothero, i De G., M. & G. 572; Williams v. Morris, 95 U. S, 444; 
Batturs 7'. Sellers, 5 Harr. & J. (Md.) 117; Saunderson v. Jackson, 2 
Bos. & P. 238; Hawkins t. Chace, 19 Pick. (Mass.) 552; Berry 7'. 
Coombe, i Pet. (U. S.)64o; Bourland 7/. County of Peoria, 16 111. 
538; Hanson 7/. Barnes, 3 Gill & J. (Md.) 359 ; Barney 7A Patterson, 
6 Harr. & J. (Md.) 182; Elfe v. Gadsden, 2 Rich. (S. C.) Law, 373; 
Nichol 7/. Ridley, 5 Yerg. (Tenn.)63; Tufts 7/. Plymouth Gold Min. 
Co., 14 Allen (Mass.), 407 ; Johnson t^. Trinity Ch. Soc, 11 Allen 
(Mass.), 123 Chase v. City of Lowell, 7 Gray (Mass.), 33 ; Rhoades v. 
Castner, 12 Allen (Mass.), 130; Grimes v. Hamilton County, 37 
Iowa, 290; Jackson 7a Lowe, i Bing. 9; Dobeel v. Hutchinson, 3 Ad. 
& E. 371 ; Laythrop v. Bryant, 2 Bing. N. R. 735 ; Scarlett v. Stein, 
4oMd. 512; SawneyT/. Crowther, 3Bro. C. C. 318; De Beiliv. Thomp- 
son, 3 Beav, 469 ; Coles v. Trecothick, 9 Ves. 234 ; Peirce v. Corf, L. 
R., 9 Q. B. i'lo; Washington Ice Co. v. Webster, 62 Me. 341 ; Mayer 
V. Adrian, 77 N. C. 83; Williams 7/. Morri.s, 95 U.S. 444; Williams v. 
Jordan, 6 Ch. Div. 517; Buxton v. Rust, L. R., 7 Exch. 279; Rush- 
ton V. Whatmore, 8 Ch, Div. 467 ; Wood v. Midgley, 5 De G., M. «S 
G. 41 ; Ridgway v. Wharton, 6 H. L. C. 238 ; Briggs v. Munchon, 56 
Mo. 467 ; Wilkinson v. Evans, L. R., i C. P. 407 ; Lerned v. Wanne- 
macher, 9 Allen (Mass.), 412 ; Allen v. Bennet, 3 Taunt. 169; Ide v. 
Stanton, 15 Vt. 685; Thayer v. Luce, 22 Ohio St. 62; Peobody 7f. 
Speyers, 56 N Y. 230; Work 7/. Cowick, 81 111. 317; Beckwith v. 
Talbot, 95 U, S. 289; Boydell v. Drummond, 11 East, 142; Johnson 
V. Dodgson, 2 Mees. & W. 623; Kennett v, Milbank, i Moo. & L. 
102; Lechmere v. Fletcher, i Cromp. & M. 623; Jacob v. Kirk, 2 
Moo. & R. 224; Salmon Falls Man, Co. v. Goddard, 14 How. 446; 
28 




I 



ti 



MEMORANDUM. 



2l8 



MERCHANT 






MEMOBANDUM — Continued. 

Grafton v. Cummings, 7 Reporter, 545 ; Gill v. Bicknell, 2 Cush. 
(Mass.) 355 ; First Bap C^. of Ithaca v. Bigelow, 16 Wend. (N. Y.) 
28 ; Howes v. Forster, i Moo. c. R. 368 ; Rucker v. Cammeyer. i Esp, 
105; Hicks V. Hankin, 4 Esp. 114; Chapman v. Partridge, 5 Esp. 
256; Dickerson v. Lileval, i Stark. 128; Soames v. Spencer, i 
Dowl. & R. 32 : Short v. Sparkman, 2 Barn. & Ad. 962 ; Grant v, 
Fletcher, 5 Barn. & C. 436; Goom v. Aflalo, 6 Barn. & C. 117; True- 
man V. Loder, 11 Ad. & E. 389; Lievewright z/. Archibald, 17 Q. D. 
103 ; Leary v. Physic, 5 Barn. & C. 234 ; Merritt v. Clason, 12 Johns. 
(N. Y.) 102; Clason v. Bailey, 14 Johns. (N. Y.) 484; Schneider 7/. 
Norris, 2 Maule & S. 286 ; Pitts v. Becket, 13 Mees & W. 743 ; Vielic 
V. Osgood, 8 Barb. (N. Y.) 130; McDowel v. Chambers, i Strobh. (S, 
C.) Eq. 347; Draper v. Pattina. 2 Speers (S. C), 292; Hazard v. Day, 
14 Allen (Mass.), 487 ; Palmer v. Marquette & Pac. Rolling Mill Co. 
32 Mich. 274; Godwin v. Francis, L. R., 5 C. P. 295; Williams 7/. 
Bacon, 3 Gray (Mass.), 387 ; Hewes v. Taylor, 70 Pa. St. 387 ; Fricker 
V. Thomlinson, i Man. & G. 772 ; Thornton v. Kempster, 3 Taunt. 
786; Gibson r/. Holland, L. R., i C. P. i ; Nelson v. Dubois, 13 
Johns. (N. Y.) 17s ; Hudson v. King, 2 Tenn. 560; Bill v. Bament, 9 
Mees. & W. 36 ; Bailey v. Sweeting, 9 C. B. (N. S.) 843 ; Rose v. 
Cunynghame, 11 Ves. 550; Ivory v. Murphy, 36 Mo. 534; Barclay 
V. Bates, 2 Mo. (App.) 139; Battars v. Sellers, 5 H. & J. 117 (9 Am. 
Dec 192) ; Sherburne v. Shaw, : N. H. 157 (8 Am. Dec. 47); Nelson 
V. Sanborne, 2 N. H. 413 (9 Am. Dec. 108) ; Scarrett v. St. John's 
Church, 7 Mo. (App.) 174. 

of the ooTintry. Rex t/. Johnson, 5 N. H. 520 (22 Am. Dec. 472) 

Nicoll V. Graves, 17 C. B. (N. S.) 29 ; Nowlen v. Abbott, 



MEN. 
MENIAIi. 



servant. 



2 Cromp. M. & R. 54 ; Todd v. Kerrlch, 8 Ex. 151 ; Johnson v. Blen- 
kensopp, 5 Jur. 870. 
MEBCHANDISE. In indictment. Pickett v. State, (yo Ala. 77. 

In insurance policy. Duplantz v. Com. Ins. Co., Anth. 114; Home 
Ins. Co. V. Baltimore Warehouse Co., 3 Otto, 527. 
* In plea. Weston z/. McDowell, 20 Mich. 353. 

In statute. Gay's Gold, 13 Wall. 358; The Maine City, 6 Fed. Rep. 
413; U.S. 7/. One Sorrel Horse. 22 Vt. 655 ; Pray 7/. Mitchell, 60 
Me. 430; Fine7/. Hornsby, 2 Mo. (App.) 61 ; Citizens' Bk. 7/. Nan- 
tucket Steamboat Co., 2 Story, 17. 
, In treaty. U. S. 7/. Amistead, 15 Pet. 518. 

in trust or on commission. In insurance policy. Tvis. Co. v- 

Moffatt, L. R., 7 C. P. 25. 
such as is usually kept in country stores. In insurance pol- 
icy. Franklin, etc., Ins. Co. v. Updegraff, 42 Pa. St. 350. 

grain and other . In statute. Kent t/. Liverpool, etc., Ins. Co. 

26 Ind. 294. 

other legal . In statute. Cockburn ta Alexander, 6 C. B. 79' • 

trade of . In statute. Spring v. Gay, 6 Peters, 151. 

transportation of . In statute. Citizens' Bk. v. Nantucket 

Steamboat Co., 2 Story, 16. 
MERCHAin)ISES. In statute. Fisher v. Lee, 12 Ad. & Ell. 623. 
MEBCHANT. Hammond v. Jethro, 2 Brownl. & C. 99, note ; Mayor of London v. 
Welks, 2 Salk. 445. 




^ 




1, 2 Cush. 
id. (N. Y.) 
y^er. i Esp, 
Ige, S Esp. 
Spencer, i 
; Grant v. 
ii7;True- 

1. 17 Q- rj. 

, 12 Johns, 
hneider v. 
'43; Vielic 
strobh. (S, 
ird V. Day, 
ig Mill Co. 
Villiams v. 
7 ; Fricker 
■, 3 Taunt. 
)ubois, 13 
Bament, 9 
i ; Rose v. 
. ; Barclay 
117 (9 Am. 
7) ; Nelson 
St. John's 

. Dec. 472) 

V. Abbott, 
>n V. Blen- 



14; Home 



Fed. Rep. 
[itcheli, 60 
;k. V. Nan- 



T<is. Co. V 
mrance pol- 
:., Ins. Co. 
:. B. 79'- 
Nantucket 

London v. 



MERCHANT. 



219 



MEXICANS. 



MERCHANTS. 



MERCHANT — Continued. 

In bond. Josselyn v. Parson, L. R., 7 Ex. 127. 

In statute. State v. Wells, 28 Mo. 565; State v. Martin, 5 Mo. 562; 
State V. West, 34 Mo. 424 ; State v. Whittaker, 33 Mo. 457 ; re 
Meriett, 7 Fed. Rep. 853 ; Anderson v. Com., 9 Bush, 569 ; Thom- 
son V. Hopper, i W. & S. 467 ; Campbell v. Finck, 2 Duv. 107 ; 
Com. V. McGeorge, 9 B. Monr. 3 ; Colez/. Com., 8 Dana, 31. 

appraiser. Belcher t/. Linn, 24 How. 508. 

exporter. In license. Camelo v. Britten, 4 B. & Aid. 184. 

or trader. In statute. Re Duff, 4 Fed. Rep. 519. 

or tradesman. In statute. Re Woodward, 8 Ben. 563. 

MERCHANTABLE. In contract. Wood v. U. S., 1 1 Ct. of CI. 680 ; Hamilton v. Gan- 
yard, 34 Barb. 204 ; Crane v. Roberts, 5 Me. 419. 

quality. In contract. Sprague 7'. Blake, 20 Wend. 61. 

fair sassaflras wood. In contract. Tye v. Fynmore, 3 Camp. 462. 

accounts. In statute. Spring ?'. Gray, 6 Peters, 151; Fox v. Fisk, 

7 Miss. 328 ; Ramchander v. Hammond, 2 Johns. 200 ; Mandeville 
V. Wilson, 5 Cranch, 15 : Murray v. Coster, 20 Johns. 576; Coster 
V. Murray, 5 Johns. Ch. 522; Atwater z/. Fowler, i Edw. Ch. 417; 
Hussey v. Burgwyn, 6 Jones (L.), 385 ; Chew v. Baker, 4 Cranch 
C. C. 696. 

Foshay v. Town of Glen Haven, 25 Wis. 291. 

by reason of having made an entry. In statute. Randall v. 

Stevens, 2 El. & Bl. 641. 

Palmer v. Burnside, i Woods, 182. 

In statute. Cobb v. Harrison, 20 Wis. 628 ; Bowman v. De Peyster, 2 
Daly, 203 ; Tracy v. Steam Faucet Co., i E. D. Smith, 349 ; St. John 
V. West, 4 How. Pr. 329 ; Megrath v. Van Wyck, 3 Sandf. 750. 

of the action. In statute. Franke v. Nunnenmacher, 23 Wis. 299. 

defense on the . In agreement. Hart v. Withers, i Pen. & 

Watts, 285 (21 Am. Dec. 382). 

material to the of the case. In statute. Harvey v. Johnston, 

6 C. B. 305. 

not on the . In order. Reg. v. St. Anne's, 9 Q. B. 882. 

In statute. Thomas v. Evens, i El., B. & El. 171. 



MERELY. 

MERQER. 
MERITS. 



MESH. 

MESNE. 

MESS. 
MESSUAGE. 



MESSUAGES. 



In statute. Mainwaring v. Milner, 9 B. & S. 1007. 
In statute. Thompson v. Borner, 60 Barb. 463 ; Pac- 
quette v. Pickness, 19 Wis. 223 ; Leland v. Tousey, 6 Hill, 328. 
— pork. In receipt. Hale v. Milwaukee Dock Co., 29 Wis. 488. 



' process, 
profits. 



Fenn v, Grafton, 2 Bing. N. C. 617. 

In statute. Water- works Co. v. Mile End, 17 Q. B. 520. 

mansion-house and of her deceased husband. 



In statute. 



METALS. 



MEXICANS. 



Grimes v. Wilson, 4 Blackf. 331. 
In deed. Bennett v. Herring, 3 C. B. (N. S.) 374. 

or plantation. In statute. Orrick v. Robbins, 34 Mo. 226. 

In statute. Meyer v. Arthur, 91 U. S. 570. 

manufbctures of . In statute. Meyer w. Arthur, 91 U.S. 

May V. Simmons, 4 Fed. Rep. 502, 
In treaty. Tobin v. Walkinshaw, i McAllister, 195. 



570: 



MICHAELMAS. 



220 



MINISTER. 



MICHAEIiSiAS 

MILi:. 
MUJBS. 

MLLITABY. 



MTTiTi. 



MILLS. 



MINE. 



MUTEBAL. 



MUTEBALS. 



MINES. 



MINISTER. 



In deed. Finley v. Wood, i Esp. 178; Doe %>. Benson. 4 B. & Aid. 

588 ; Doe 7/. Lea, 11 East. 312. 

distance of half a . Indeed Leigh ?'. Hand. 9 B. & C. 774- 

dwells more than twenty from the defendant. In statute. 

Lake v. Butler, 5 El. & Bl. 96 ; Stokes v. Russell, 14 C. B. 678. 

law. Johnson v. Jones. 44 HI. >42. 

or naval service. In insurance policy. Welts v. Conn. Mut. 

Life Ins. Co.. 48 N. Y. 36. 
or usurped power. In insurance policy. Boon v. ^Etna Ins. 

Co.. 40 Conn. 574- 
in the service of the United States. In statute. Stuart v. U. 

S.. 18 Wall. 84. 

soldiers in actual service. In statute. Abrahams v. Bartlett, 

18 Iowa, 513. 
In deed. Farrar v. Stackpole, 6 Greenl. 1 54 (19 Am. Dec. 201). 
In statute. State v. Livermore, 44 N. H. 386. 
In will. Whitney v. Olney. 3 Mason, 280. 

dam. Armond v. Green Bay. etc.. Canal Co.. 35 Wis. 41 • 

iron. /;/ contract. Carondelet Iron Works v. Moore, 78 lU. 65 

privilege. In deed. Moore v. Fletcher. 16 Me. 63. 

property. • In deed. Van Horn v. Richardson. 24 Wis. 248. 

Bite. In deed. Stackpole v. Curtis, 32 Me. 383. 

Bite lawftilly in use. In statute. Elting Woolen Co. v. Wil- 



Bigler v. New York, etc.. 



liams. 36 Conn. 310. 

steam saw . In insurance policy. 

Ins. Co., 20 Barb. 635. 
In deed. Auburn Congregational Soc. v. Walker. 124 Mass. 71. 
In statute. Sprague v. Town of Lisbon. 30 Conn. 18. 

or manulkkotories of any kind. In insurance policy. Franklin 

Fire Ins. Co. v. Brock. 57 Pa. St. 74. 
Westmoreland's Coal Co.'s Appeal, 85 Pa. St. 344- 

produce of a . In statute. Bowes v. Ld. Ravensworth. 15 C. 

B. 522. 
In statute. Henry v. Lowe, 73 Mo. 99. 

land. In statute. Stroud v. Missouri, etc., R. Co.. 4 Dill. 396- 

products. In statute. Thompson v. Noble. 3 Pittsb. 201. 

all or magnesia of any kind. In will. Gibson v. Tyson, 5 

Watts, 34- 
In deed Bell v. Wilson, L. R., i Ch. App. 303. 

mines and . In deed. Hartwell v. Cumman. 10 N. J. (Eq.) 128. 

mines and within and under the land. In statute. Mid- 
land R. Co. V. Checkley. L. R., 4 Eq. Cas. 19- 

and mining claims. In statute. Go^d Hill v. Caledonia Mining 

Co.. 5 Sawyer. 575 ; Mount Diablo Mill Co. v. Callison, 5 Sawyer, 

439- 
of day. In statute. King v. Brettell. 3 B. & Adol. 424- 

or mining claims. In statute. Forbes v. Gracey, 4 Otto, 762. 

In constitution. Schumackcr v. Reel, 61 Mo. 592. 

In statute. Gridley v. Clark, 2 Pick. 403 : Baldwin v. MoClinch, i Me. 



MINISTER. 



221 



MISNOMER. 



! 



MTNISTEB— Continued. 

102; Washburn v. F"ourth Pan^.i, i Mass. 32; Kendall v. Kingston, 
5 Mass. 524; Barnes v. First Parish. 6 Mass. 401 ;• Turner v. Second 
Precinct, 7 Mass. 60; Lowell z*. Inhabitants. 7 Mass. 230. 

for the time being. In statute. Pendert^ Barr, 4 El. & Bl. 1.4- 

of any church or chapel. In statute Queen v. Mayor, 8 Ad. & 

El. 182. 

of religion. In statute. Ex parte Cain, 39 Ala. 440. 

ordained and stated . Legonia v. Buxton, 2 Greenl. 102 (11 

Am. Dec. 46). 
regular of a dissenting congregation. In statute. Queen z/' 

Oldham, L. R.. 4 Q- B- 29'- 

regular of the gospel. In statute. State v. Bray, 13 Ired. 290. 

stated and ordained • of the gospel. In statute. Com. v. 

Spooner, i Pick. 235. 
MINISTEBIAL. act. State v. Doyle, 40 Wis. 175; Pennington v, Theight, 54 

Ind. 376. 
officer. Tracy v. Swartout, 10 Peters, 80; Diggs v. State, 49 Ala. 



limiSTBY. 

MUTOB. 
MINUTE. 



3'7. 

settled in the work of the . In statute. Goshen v. Stonington, 

4 Conn. 209. 

child. In statute.. Richardson v. Fredentze, 35 Mo. 266. 

or memorandum of an agreement. In statute. Blackwell v. 

McNaughton, i Q. B. 128; Lucas v. Beach, i Man. & G. 417. 
MISAPPLICATION. In statute. Reg. v. Priest. 16 O. B. 44. 
MISAPPLY. In statute. Carpenter v. Mason, 12 Ad. & El. 630. 
MISBEHAVIOB. In statute. Queen v. Owen, 1 5 Q. B. 476. 

gross . In statute. Doherty v. Education Board, 4 New Zealand 

Jur. (N. S.) 78. 

gross and wickedness. In statute, Stevens v. Stevens, 8 R. I. 

556. 
MISCABBIAQE. In indictment. Smith v. State, 33 Me. 48. 

debt, de&ult or . In statute. Kirkham v. Marten, 2 B. & Aid. 

617. 
MISCONDUCT. In statute. Stage v. Stevens, i Denio, 267. 

and misbehavior. In statute. Turnbull v. Martin,'"37 How. Pr. 

20. 

in office. In statute. State v. Leach, 60 Mo, 58. 

MISDEMEANED. himsel' in his office. In statute. V.'ildes v. Russel. L. R., i 

C. P. 723. 
MISDEMEANOB. King v. Powell, 2 B. & Ad. 78; Pillsbury v. Brown, 47 Cal. 477- 
In statute. State v. Mann, 21 Wis. 685 ; Rex v. Powell, 2 B. & Ad. 75 ; 
Campbell v. Queen, u Q. B. 812. 

in his professional capacity. In statute. Re Bowman, 7 Mo. 

(App.) 568; 8 Cent. L. J. 250. 
MISFEASANCE. Coite v. Lynes, 33 Conn. 109 ; Wright v. Spencer, i Stew. 576 ; 
Tracy v. Warren, 104 Mass. 376. 

Twrar.THA-n designed to the voter. In statute. Turner v. Drake, 7' Mo. 287. 

MISNOMBB. In statute. Queen v. Plenty, 9 B. &S. 391 ; Meredith v. Hinsdale, 2 
Caines, 362. * 



m i l I I M II D I— l«ll«W H, ll»lill »,fciJ,timM I U»W S 



id! 



MISPLEADING. 



222 



MONE V 



MISFLEADINa. Lovett v. Pell, 22 Wend. 369. 

MISFBISIOIf. In statute. Reg. v. Conyers, 8 y. B. 98S. 

miSBEFBESENTATION'. Tidmarsh v. Washington Fire, etc., Ins. Co., 4 Mason, 
439; Livingston z/. Maryland Ins. Co., 7 Cranch, 506; Hubbard z*. 
Coolidge, 2 Gall. 353 ; Blydenburgh v. Welsh, Baldw. 331 ; Hodg- 
son V. Marine Ins. Co., 5 Cranch, 100 ; Wise v. Fuller, 29 N. J. (Eq.) 
257 ; Daniels v. Hudson River R. Co., 12 Cush. 425. 

laSBEPBESENTATTONS. In statute. White t'. Ins. Co., 4 Dill. 184. 



MISSPESTD. 
MISTAKE. 



% 



MITIQATING. 

MiTTmns. 

MIXED. 



MOB. 
MOBS. 

MOCEma. 

MOD. 

MODE. 



MODES. 



MOIETY. 
MOLEST. 



MONEY. 



what they earn. In statute. State v. Ransall, 41 Conn. 433. 

In statute. Sleeper v. Ins. Co., 56 N. H. 401 ; Chamberlain v. Ins. Co., 

S5 N. H. 249. 

aooident or misfortune. In statute. Grout ?'. Cole, 57 N. H. 547. 

or aooident. In statute. U. S. ik Eighty-five Hogsheads, 2 

Paine, 54. 

or inadvertenoe. In statute. Doe ?/. Phillips, i Q. B. 94. 

In statute. Jungbluth v. Redfield, 4 Blatchf. 220. 

or aggravating ciroumstanoes. In statute. Porter v. Hannibal, 

etc., R. Co., 71 Mo. 66 ; Rains v. St. Louis, etc., R. Co., 71 Mo. 169. 
Connolly 2>. Anderson, 112 Mass. 62. 

aotion. Hall v. Decker, 48 Me. 255. 

materials. In statute. Solomon 7/. Arthur, 12 Otto, 211, 

property. In will. Minot v. Thompson, 106 Mass. 583. 

war. People v. McLeod, 1 Hill, 377. 

In statute. Allegheny Co. v. Gibson, 90 Pa. St. 415. 

loss by fire occasioned by or riots. In statute. Harris v. York^ 

etc., Ins. Co., 50 Pa. St. 341. 
In statute. State v. Warner, 34 Conn. 276. 
In will. Goblet v. Beechey, 3 Sim. 24 ; 2 Russ. & M. 624. 

of proceeding. In statute. Atty.-Gen. v. Sillem, 10 H. L. Cas. 704. 

agreeably to the usual of process against ofilsnders in such 

State. In statute. U. S. v. Horton, 2 Dill. 97 ; U. S. v. Rundlett, 

2 Curt. C. C. 4?. 
of process. In statute. Wayman v. Southard, 10 Wheat, r ; 

Beers v. Houghton, 9 Pet. 329. 

forms and of proceeding. In statute. Schwabacker v, Rielly, 

2 Dill. 127 ; U. S. V. Knight, 14 Pet. 301 ; Amis v. Smith, 16 Pet- 
303 ; Duncan v. Darst, i How. 301 ; Koning v. Bayard, 2 Paine, 259. 

my of the house. In will. Atkinson v. Fawcett, 3 C. EL 275. 

or disturb the plaintiff. In deed. Thomas v. Everard, 6 Hurl. 

& N. 540. 

or interfere with. In deed. Gibbons v. Vanillon, 8 C. B. 484. 

Noble V. State, 59 Ala. 74; Paulf. Baul, 31 Tex. 10; Kennedy v. Briere, 
45 Tex. 305; Hobson v. Fountain, 5 Humph. 140; Andersons. 
Ewing, 3 Litt. 245 ; Pryor v. Com., 2 Dana, 298 ; Griswold v. Hep- 
burn, 2 Duv. 83; Morris r/. Edwards, i Ohio, 189; Edwards z'. Mor- 
ris, I Ohio, 524 ; Bradley v. Hunt, S Gill & J. 54 ; Morrill v. Brown, 
15 Pick. 173; Corbit v. Bank, 2 Harr. 235 ; McChord v. Ford, 3 T. 
B. Men. i66 ; Scott v. Conover, 6 N. J. (L.) 222 ; Lange v. Kohne, i 
McCord, 115; Towson v. Havre de Grace Bank, 6 Harr. & J. 47. 

In indict'nent. Reg. v. Major, 2 East P. C. 118 ; Reg. 7/. Hill, Russ. <fe 



ONE V. 



\ Mason. 

jbbard v. 

; Hodg- 

f. J. (Eq.) 



n. 4:?3- 
Ins. Co., 

N. H. 547. 
sheads, 2 

.94. 

Hannibal, 
I Mo. 169. 



HI. 

(3- 



is V. Yorlc^ 



L. Cas. 704. 
■B in such 
. Rundlett, 

Wheat. I ; 

r 7'. Rielly, 
ith, 16 Pet. 
Paine, 259. 

:. a 275- 
ird, 6 Hurl. 

8 C. B. 484- 
ly V. Briere, 
Vnderson v. 
jld V. Hep- 
irds V. Mor- 
11 V. Brown, 
'. Ford, 3 T. 
V. Kohne, i 
. & J. 47. 
[ill, Russ. & 



MONEY. 



223 



MONEYS. 



MONEY — Continued . 

Ry. 190; Reg. v. West, 7 Cox C. C. 183 ; Reg. v. Godfrey, Dears. & 
B. 426; Colson V. State, 7 Blackf. 590; William's v. State, 12 S. & 
M. 59 ; State v. Jim, 3 Murpli. 3 ; Hale v. State, 8 Tex. 171 ; Com. v. 
, Swenney, i Va. Cas. 146; Johnson z/. State, 11 Ohio St. 324; M.- 

Aulay V. State, 7 Yerg. 526 ; U. S. v. Wells, 2 Cranch C. C. 43 ; 
Block z/. State, 44 Tex. 62 ; Walton z/. State, 14 Tex. 381. 

In plea. Towson v. Havre de Grace Bank, 6 Harr. & J. 47 ; Foquet :-. 

Hoadley, 3 Conn. 534 ; Waterman v. Waterman, 34 Mich. 490, 
In statute. Cumberland v. Kelly, 3 B. & Adol. 602 ; Frost v. Frost, 3 

B. & Adol. 612 ; Deford v. Hewlett, 49 Md. 52 ; Lindsey v. Rolaken, 

32 Ark. 626; Beach v. Smith, 30 N. Y. 116. 
In will. Re Miller, 43 Cal. 170; Petty z/. Wilson, L. R., 4 Ch. App. 

574 ; Jones v. Overstreet, 4 Mon. 549 ; Smith v. Davis, i Grant Cas. 

158; Blood z/. Fairbanks, 48 Cal. 171. 

and seourities. In will. Graydon v. Graydon,' 23 N. J. (Eq.) 229. 

and seourities for . In will. Ogle v. Knipe, L. R, 8 Eq. 

Cas. 434. 

bills. Opinions of Justices, 126 Mass. 549. 

. demand on contract. In statute. Brock v. Parker, 5 Ind. 538 ; 

Roberts v. Nodwith, 8 Ind. 339. 

due at my decease. In will. Bede v. Harrison, L.'R., 17 Eq. 76. 

due to the defendant. Skinner' z/. Moore, i Dev. & B. (L.) 13* 

(30 Am. Dec. 155). 
goods, wares or merchandise. In statute. Rex z/. Hill, i Russ. 



& Ry, 190. 
— I may dio possessed of. 



In will. Byrom v. Brandreth, L. R.. 



16 Eq. Cas. 475. 
— in the hands of a sherifi or other officer. 



MONEirED. 



MOnXYS. 



In statute. Pruitt 
V. Armstrong, 56 Ala. 308. 

jewelry, and other valuables. Welford z/. Wisley, i Indian- 
apolis, 119. 

jewels or ornaments. In statute. Hyatt v. Taylor, 42 N. Y. 

258; Ramaley v. Leland, 43 N. Y. 539. 

of the United States. In indictment. U. S. v. Watkins, 3 Cranch 

C. C. 441. 

answer the purposes of . In statute. Durr w. State, 59 Ala. 29. 

game played for . In statute. Stone v. State, 3 Tex. (App.) 675. 

lawful . Carpenter v. Atherton, 25 Cal. 564, 

lawfiil current of Pennsylvania. In bond. Wharton v. Mor- 
ris, I Dall. 124. 

lawAil of the United States. Cocke v. Kendall, Hempst. 236. 

business or commercial corporation. In statute. Re Califor- 
nia Pacific R. Co., 3 Sawy. 246. 

corporation. In statute. Robinson v. Bank of Attica, 21 N. Y. 

406; Hill V. Reed, 16 Barb. 280; Bank Commrs. v. Bank of Buffalo, 
6 Paige, 497. 

demand. In statute. Mills v. Long, 58 Ala. 459. 

Mann v. Mann, 14 Johns, i; i Johns. Ch. 231. 

In will. Williams v. Williams, 8 Ch. Div. 7935 Beck v. McGillis, 9 



% 



MONEYS. 

MONEYS— Continued 
Barb 



224 



MORALITY. 



MONITION. 
MONOFOUBS 

MONOPOLY. 

MONTH 



MONTHS. 



„... 35; Fulkeronz/. Chitty. 4 Jones (Eq.), 244; Williams 7/. Wil- 
Hams 27 W. R. 100; Mann v. Mann. 14 Johns, i (7 Am. Dec. 416)- 

in the house and out of it. In will. Collins v. Collins, L. R.. 

12 Eq. Cas. 455- 
B.irtlett V. Kenwood, 2 El. & 31. 788. 

perpetuities and . In constitution. City of Memphis r. Mem- 

phis Water Co., 5 Heisk. 495- 
Enfield Toll-Bridge Co. v. Hartford etc.. R. ^o-. «7 Con„^ 42; Attor- 

ney-General v. Rumford Chemical Works, 9 Off. Gaz. Pat. 1062. 
Gross V. Fov.-ler, 21 Cal. 392 : Society v. Thompson, 32 Cal. 347- 
In contract. Hunt v. Holden, 2 Mass. .70 : Avery v. ^'^^^^y'^JT^- 
460 ; Leffingwell v. White, . Johns. Cas. 99 ; Thomas .,. Shoemaker. 
6 W A S. .79: Stackhouse v. Hasley, 3 Johns. Ch. 74; Sheets v. 
Selden. 2 Wall. .77: Loring.. Hailing. .5 Johns. '•9; Jackson - 
• Van Valkenburgh, 8 Cow. 260: Parsons v. Chamberl.n 4 Wend. 
5,2 ; People v. Mayor, 10 Wend. 393 : Simpson v. Margiston, 11 g. 
B. 32. 
In indictment. Ryalls v. Queen. 11 Q. B. 781. 

In statute. Ellis' Case, 3 Halst. 232 : Brudenell J. Jaux, 2 Dal . 302: 
Brewer v. Harris. 5 Gratt. 285; Hunt r,. Holden, =» Majf- '70. 
Avery v. Pixley, 4 Mass. 460 : Alston v. Alston, Treadw. (Const. 
606 : Williamson v. Farrow, i Bailey, 6m ; Strong v. B.rchard. 5 
Conn. 35. : Sprague v. Mowray. 31 Cal. .73 : Com. v. Chambre, 4 
dT 4 ; P>^e V. Maulding. 7 J- J- Marsh. 202 ; State v. Jacobs, 2 
Ha r (De .) 548 ; Mitchel v. Woodson, 37 Mich. 567 ; Corner.. Short 
bridge. 3 J J Marsh. 63&: Parsons v. Chamberla.n, 4 Wend. 2 
Zli^v. Lamson, 2 Vt. .38; Loring .. Hailing .5 John- ".9 
Churchill V. Merchants' Bk., .9 Pick. 532 : Baitol J' Calvert i 
Ala. 42; Heaston v. Cincinnati, «»-;; ^ ^o '6 Ind^ 275 .People 
V. Ulrich, 2 Abb. Pr. 28; Tillson v. Bowley. 8 Me. 163, Kelley v. 
Oilman, 29 N. H. 385. 

one In statute. State v. Upchurch, 72 N. C. 146. 

the first half of the In contract. Grosvenor v. Magill, 37 I". 



239- 
In bond. 

539- 

In lease. 

In plea. 



Hardin v. Major, 4 Bibb, 104; Shapley v. Garey. 6 S. & R. 



MONUMENT. 
MOOBINGS. 
MORAL. 
MORALITY. 



Regain v. Chanton, i Q. B. 249. 
Johnstone v. Huddleston, 4 B. & C. 933- 
In statute. Gross v. Fowler, 2. Cal. 392 ; State v. Jacobs, 2 Harr. 548 : 

Glenn v. Smith. 17 Md, 260. 
credit of six In order. Williamson t.. Farrow^ . BadeyCM, 

6n (2, Am. Dec. 493: ' Am. Dec. 99- note; 7 Am. Dec. 250. note), 
six In statute. Bank of Georgetown v. Forrest, 3 Cranch C. 

C. 218. 

three In plea. Marsh v. Higgins. 9 C. B. 554- 

twelve In contract. Satterwhite 7/. Burwell, 6 Jones (L.). 92. 

Cox V. Friedley, 33 Pa. St. 124. , * „ .^ «« 

changing her . In statute. Mcintosh t^. Slade, 6 B. & C. 657. 

certainty. Com. v. Costley, 118 Mass. i. 

religion— and knowledge. In constitution. Board of Education 

t/. Minor. 23 Ohio St. 211. 



RALJTY. 



ams V. Wil- 
1. Dec. 4>6)- 
illins, L. Rm 



ihis V. Mem- 

. 42; Attor- 
>at. 1062. 

al. 347. 
ley, 4 Mass. 
, Shoemaker, 
4; Sheets v. 
; Jackson v. 
lin, 4 Wend, 
giston, 1 1 Q. 



, 3 Dall. 302 ; 
2 Mass. 170; 
adw. (Const.) 
•>. Birchard, 5 
. Chambre, 4 
• V. Jacobs, 2 
*om. V. Short- 

4 Wend. 512; 

5 Johns. 119; 
/. Calvert, 21 
I. 275 ; People 
63; Kelley v. 



Magill, 37 111. 
rey, 6 S. & R. 

js, 2 Harr. 548 ; 

r. I Bailey (L.), 
)ec. 250, note), 
t, 3 Cranch C. 

fones (L.), <it, 
; B. & C. 657. 
rd of Education 



MORE. 



KOBE. 



225 



MORTGAGE. 



or 1688. In deed. Bayard v. Eddings, 2 Strobh. 374; Peden v. 

Owens, Rice (Eq.). 55 ; Smith v. Fly, 24 Tex. 345 ; Duvals v. Ross, 
2 Munf. 290 ; Pendleton v. Stewart, 5 Call. 1 ; Lobenstein v. U. S., 
I Otto. 324; Geneusr. Hunt, 10 Nev. 139: McConnell v. Brayner, 
63 Mo. 461 ; Williamson v. Hall, 62 Mo. 405 ; Allison v. Allison, i 
Yerg. i6; Petit v. Shepherd, 32 N. Y. 97; Sullivan v. Ferguson, 
40 Mo. 79; U.S. V. D'Aguirre, i Wall. 311 ; Tarbell v. Bowman, 
103 Mass. 342 : Dale v. Smith, i Del. Ch. i (12 Am. Dec. 64) ; Mc- 
Coun V. Delaney, 3 Bibb, 46 (6 Am. Dec. 635); Williams v. Lane, i 
Car. Law Repos. 366 (6 Am. Dec. 561); Thomas v. Perry, Pet. C. C. 
49; Harrell v. Hill, 19 Ark. 102; Pollock v. Wilson, 3 Dana, 25; 
Williford v. Bentley, 5 J. J. Marsh. 181 ; Fannin ta Bellomy, 5 Bush, 
663; Gentry v. Hamilton, 3 Ired. (Eq.) 376; Shipp v. Swan, 2 Bibb, 
82; Poague V. Allen, 3 J. J. Marsh. 421 ; Smallwood v. Hatton, 4 
Md. Ch. 95 ; Hoffman v. Johnson, 2 Bland, 103 ; Tyson w. Hardesty, 
29 Md. 305 ; Blaney v. Rice, 20 Pick. 62 ; Phipps v. Tarbley, 24 
Miss. 597; Couse t/. Boyles, 4 N. J. (Eq.) 212; Morris Canal Co. v. 
Emmett, 9 Paige, 168 ; Brady v. Hennion, 8 Bosw. 528. 

In simple contract. Murdock w. Gilchrist, 52 N. Y. 242; King v. 
Brown, 54 Ind . 368 ; Belknap v. Sealey, 14 N. Y. 143 ; Fame v. 
Martin, 7 N. Y. 210; Thurber v. Ryan, 12 Kas. 453; Noble 7/. 
Googins, 99 Mass. 231 ; Cross v. Eglin, 2 B. & Ad. 106; Tilden v. 
Rosenthal, 41 111. 386; Young v. Craig, 2 Bibb. 271 ; McCoun v. 
Delaney, 3 Bibb, 46 ; Caldwell v. Moore, 3 Dana, 340 ; Pingree v. 
Comm'rs, 102 Mass. 78 ; Blaney v. Rice, 20 Pick. 62 (32 Am. Dec. 
204); Ashcom V. Smith, 2 Penr. & Watts, 211 (21 Am. Dec. 437 ; 12 
Am. Dec. 64, note) ; Thomas v. Perry, Pet. C. C. 49 ; Brawley v. U. 
S., 6 Otto, 170; Brawley v. U. S., 11 Ct. of CI. 522 ; Hardy v. U. S., 
9 Ct. of CI. 244 ; Cabot v. Winsor, 1 Allen, 546 ; Jollife v. Hite, i 
Call. 301 ; Hill v. Buckley, 17 Vesey, 394; Hunt v. Stull, 3 Md. Ch. 
24 ; Stebbins v. Eddy, 4 Mason, 414. 

In will. Bishop v. Meargan, 82 III. 351. 

than one Bufcgeot. In constitution. Mills v. Charleton, 29 Wis. 

400. 

a little or less. In deed. U. S. v. Fossatt, 20 How. 413. 

not than. In contract. Klein v. Whedon, 3 Mo. (App.) 579. 

Dermott v. Wallach, i Wall. 65. 

free from . In insurance policy. Lawrence v. Aberdein,' 5 B. & 

Aid. no. 
MOBTGAOE. Goddard v. Coe, 55 Me. 385 ; Gibson v. Warden, 14 Wall. 244 ; Hall v. 
Byrne, 2 III. 140; Ellington v. Charleston, 51 Ala. 166 ; Lord Canning 
V. Roper, i El. & Bl. 165; Harrold v. Whittaker, 11 Q. B. 159; 
Friedly v. Hamilton, 17 S. & R. 70 (17 Am. Dec. 638) ; Walton v. Cody, 
I Wis. 420; Mervine v. White, 50 Ala. 388; Turner v. Kerr, 44 Mo. 
429; Nugent f. Riley, i Mete. 117 (35 Am. Dec. 355). 

In contract, Capron v. Attleborough Bank, 1 1 Gray, 492. 

In deed. Mervine v. White, 50 Ala. 388. 

In power of attorney. Wilson v. Troup, 2 Cow. 195 (14 Am. Dec. 458). 

In statute. Payne v. Bensley, 8 Cal. 260 ; Edwards v. Sanders, 6 S. C. 
316; Lanahan v. Sears, 12 Otto, 319; Copland t/. Bartlett, 6 C. B. 26. 

debt or sum of money. In statute. Mortimore w. Com'rs, 2 H. 



MOKEOVEB. 
MOBTALITY 



& C. 839. 
assign and transfer. 



In deed. Gambril v. Doe, 8 Blackf. 140. 



29 



m mmm mi mmaf^jmi i Ki. ' ia m mu 



MORTGAGE. 



226 



MUNICIPAL. 



MOBTOAQE 



Continued. 

chattel . Carpenter v. Snelling, 97 Mass. 452 ; Scott v, Henry, 

13 Ark. 112; Kauch v. Oil Co., 8 VV. Va. 36 ; Evans 7a Darlington, 5 

Biackf. 320 ; Wright v. Ross, 36 Cal. 414 ; Jordan v. Turner, 3 Blackf. 

309- 
lien in the nature of a . In contract. McLanahan v. Reeside, 

9 Watts. 508 (36 Am. Dec. 136). 
shall not the same. In statute. McMurray v. St. Lou's Oil 

Manfg Co., 33 Mo. 377. 
JSOWSOtAlQiED. /n deed. Barrochelet v. B:itelle, 7 Cal. 452; De Leon v. Higura, 15 

Cal. 406. 

in good fUth. In statute. Bronner v. Loomis, 17 Hun, 439. 

or securities for money. In will. Rippenz/. Priest, 13 C. B. 

CN. S.) 309. 
chattel . In statute. Parshall v. Eggert, 54 N. Y. 18 ; Hoyle v. 

R. Co.. 54 N. Y. 314. 
In statute. Ayrton v. Abbott, ,14 Q. B. i. 
public places. In statute. Sanehering v. Iron Ridge, etc., R. 

Co., 25 Wis. 448. 
People V. Ah Sam, 41 Cal. 645 ; re Jetter, 78 N, Y. 601 ; Jenkins v. 

Frank, 27 Cal. 399. 
for a new triaL In statute. Springfield v. Worcester, 2 Cush. 

60. 
In deed. Waterpark v. Fennell, 7 H. L. Cas. 650. 
In plea. Lord Kildare v. Fisher, i Strange, 71 ; Cottingham v. King, 

I Burr. 629. 
goods and chattels. In will Sparke v. Denne, i Wm. Jones, 



MOBTQAQEB. 
MOBTGAOBB. 



MOBTUABY 
MOST. 

MOTION. 



MOUNTAIN. 



MOVABLE. 



MOVABLES 
MB. 

MBS. 

MUCH 

MULATTO. 



225. 
property. In will Strong ?/. White, 19 Conn. 238; Enohin v. 

Wylie, 10 H. L. Cas. i ; Wood v. George, 6 Dana, 343 ; Whitehurst 

V. Harker, 2 Ired. (Eq.) 292. 

every . In will. « Jackson v. Vanderspreigle, 2 Dall. 142. 

in-door . In will. Penniman v. French, 17 Pick. 404. 

In indictment. Rex v. Coppard, 3 C. & P. 59; i M. & M. 118. 

In plea. Gatty v. Field, 9 Q. B. 43 ). 

Rex V. Coppard, 3 C. & P. 59 ; i M. & M. 1 18. 

Corporation of Washington v. Pratt, 8 Wheat. 681. 

State V. Scott, i Bailey, 270 ; State v. Hayes, i Bailey, 275 ; State v. 

Davis, 2 Bailey, 558;Thurman v. State, 18 Ala. 276 ; Inhabitants of 

Medway v. Inhabitants of Natick, 7 Mass. 88 ; Johnson v. Boon, i 

Speers, 268 ; Dean v. Com., 4 Gratt. 541 ; Daniel v. Guy, 19 Ark. 121 ; 

Pike V. Witt, 104 Mass. 597. 
MULTIFABIOUSNESS. Gaines v. Chew, 2 How. 619 ; McGlothlin v. Hemery, 44 Mo. 

350- 
Pike V. Witt, 104 Mass. 595. ' 
Horton v. Mobile School Com'rs, 43 Ala. 598. 
claims. In statute. Philadelphia v. Scott, 72 Pa. St. 92 ; City 

V. Vanderveer, i Leg. Gaz. 397. 
corporation. Holland z/. San Francisco, 7 Cal. 361; Payne v. 

Treadwell, 16 Cal. 220 ; Williaiiisport v. Com., 84 Pa. St. 487. 



MULTITUDE. 
MUNICIPAL. 



nmtmmmmmtummmmmmmmtm' 



TNICIPAL. 

cott V. Henry. 
Darlington, 5 
rner. 3 Blackf. 

m V. Ree8ide, 

St. Lou'8 CMl 

1 V. Higura, 15 

7 Hun, 439- 
Priest, 13 C. B. 

'.18; Hoylev. 

\ Ridge, etc., R. 
601 ; Jenkins v. 
)rcester, 2 Cush. 

lingham v. King, 

ne, 1 Wm. Jones, 

I. 238 ; Enohin v. 
343; Whitehurst 

Dall. 142. 
ck. 404- 
&M. 118. 



iley. 275 ; State v. 
76 ; Inhabitants of 
ohnson v. Boon, i 
'. Guy, 19 Ark. 121; 

I V. Hemery, 44 Mo. 



72 Pa. St. 92; City 

Cal. 361 ; Payne v. 
84 Pa. St. 487- 



MUNICIPAL. 



2rj 



MY. 



MUNITIOITB. 
HUBDER. 



MUBDEBBD. 

MUSICAL. 

MUSTEB. 

MUSTEBED. 

MUTUAL. 



MUinOIPAL— Continued. 

/;/ constitution, ^:x parte Railroad Cn., 45 Ala. 696. ^ 

courts. Uridias v. Morrill. 22 Cal. 473. 

In constitution. State v. McArthur, 13 Wis. 386. 

purposes. /// constitution. St. Louis v. Shields. 62 Mo. 276 ; 

State V. Leffingwcll. 54 Mo. 458. 
Jn statute. Horton %>. Com'rs, 43 Ala. 598. 
of war. In statute. U. S. v. Sheldon, 2 Wheat. 1 19. 

Perry v. SUte, 43 Ala. 21; Temftle v. State. 40 Ala. 350; State v. 
Phelps. 24 La. Ann. 493 ; McAdams v. State, 25 Ark. 405 ; Bradley v. 
State. 31 Ind. 492 ; Alford v. State, 33 Ga. 303 ; Patmore v. State. 29 
Ark. 248 ; Smith v. State, 49 Ga. 482 ; State v. Morphy. 33 Iowa. 270; 
ex parte Taylor, s Cow. 39 ; People 7'. Enoch, 13 Wend. 159; State 
V. Jones. 64 Mo. 391 : People v. Kirby, 2 Park. C. C. 28 ; Com. v. 
Maclocn. 101 Mass. i ; Weller v. People, 30 Mich. 16. 
In instructions. McPherson v. State, 29 Ark. 226 , Patmore v. State, 29 
Ark. 249. 

In statute. U. S. v. Magill, i Wash. C. C. 463. 

In indictment. Cordell v. State. 22 Ind. i. 

oomposition. In statute. Russell v. Smith, 12 Q. B. 217. 

Tyler v. Pomeroy. 28 Allen, 480. 

in. Tyler v. Pomeroy, 8 Allen. 480. 

Nichols V. Drayton, 34 Conn. 66. 

accounts. In statute. Theobald v. Stinson. 38 Me. 149; Buntin 

V. Lagow. I Blackt. 373; Adams t/. Patterson. 35 Cal. 122; Fraylor 
V. Sonora. etc., Co., 17 Cal. 594, Weatherwax v. Consumers' Co.. 17 Cal. 
344; Dyerw. Walker, 51 Me. 104 ; McNeil v. Garland, 27 Ark. 343; 
Peck f . Steam Co.. 5 Bosw. 226; Knipc v. Knipe, 2 Blackf. 340 ; 
Prenattv. Runyon, 12 Ind. 174. 

agreement. In statute. State v. Heiser, 60 Mo. 540. 

combat. Tate v. State, 46 Ga. 148. 

consent. In statute. People v. Kearney. 43 Cal. 383. 

credit. In statute. Osgood v. DeGroot, 36 N. Y. 348 ; ex paue 

Deeze. i Atk. 228; Atkinson v. Elliott, 7 T. R. 378 ; Bailey v. John- 
son, L. R.. 6 Ex. 279; Rose v. Sims, i B. & Ad. 523 ; Easum v. Cato. 
5B. & Aid. 861. 

credits. In statute. Gray v. Rollo, 18 Wall. 629 ; Pardo v. Os- 
good, 5 Robt. 348 ; King v. King, 9 N. J. (Eq.) 44- 

debt. In statute. Fusting v. Sullivan. 51 Md. 495. 

debts. In statute. Gray v. Rollo, i8 Wall. 629; Town of Wall- 

ingford v. Hall. 45 Conn. 353: Pate v. Gray, i Hempst. I5S- 

demands. In statute. Gray v. Bennett. 3 Mete. 522. 

insurance company. Mygatt v. N. Y. Prot. Ins. Co., 21 N. Y. 

52 ; Union Ins. Co. v. Hoge. 21 How. 64. 

mistake. Botsford v. McLean, 45 Barb. 478. 

Spear t/. Orendorf, 26 Md. 37. 

arrival. In contract. Simonds v. Hodgson, 3 B. & Add. 30. 

brother's son. In witt. Doe v. Westlake, 4 B. & Aid. 59. 

chambers for which I gave 600 guineas. In will. Doe v. 

Parrott, 3 B. & Adol. 472. 



MUTUALITY. 
MY. 



*«aMa.«aMialllilHliaiMM 



A/y. 



228 



NAVIGABLE. 



(I > 



I 1 



MT — Continued. 

estate. In will. Cook v. CunlifTe, 17 Q. B. 345; Mumfurd's 

Estate, Myrick Prob. 133. 
flBhing place. In will. Hart 7'. Hill, 1 VVhart. 124. 

——house. In insurance policy. ^Ktna Ins. Co. ?'. Tyler, 16 Wend. 
385 (30 Am. Dec. 90). 

nephew. /;/ will. Grant v. Grant, L. R., 2 P. & D. 8. 

plantation. In will. Peyton v. Smith, 4 McCord, 476 (17 Am. 

Dec. 758). 

property. In will. Wildbore v. Gregory, L. R., 12 Eq. Cas. 

483 ; Jackson v. Howel, 17 Johns. 281. 

ITAKED. girls. In indictment. Com. 7/. Dejardin, 126 Mass. 46. 

NAME. Wilkcrson v. State, 13 Mo. 91 ; Gordon v. Holiiday, 1 Wash. C. C. 

285 ; re Snook, 2 Hilt. 506. 

In statute. Town of Hamden v. Town of Bethany, 43 Conn. 213. 

of the cause. In statute. Sargent 7/. Gannon, 7 C. B. 750. 

of the owner carved or engraved thereon. In statute. Morcy 

V. Brown, 42 N. H. 373. 

corporate . State v. Anderson. 7 Blackf 322. 

in the of. In statute. Covell v. Hill, 6 N. Y. 374. 

in the of his master. In statute. Queen z/. Cullen, L. R., 2 C. 

C. R. 29. 

of my and blood. In will. Leigh v. Leigh, 15 Ves. 93. 

signed with the of. In statute. Queen v. Avery, 18 Q. B. 577. 

true . In statute. King v. Inhabitants, i B. & Ad. 196. 

without any subscribed thereto or signed with a fictitious 

name. In statute. Rex %>. Heming, 3 East P. C. 11 16. 

ITAJIED. not or provided for. In statute. Guitarr/. Gordon, 17 Mo. 408; 

Bnidley v. Bradley, 24 Mo. 311 ; Beck v. Metz, 25 Mo. 70; Hock- 
smith V. Slusher, 26 Mo. 237 ; Block v. Kelly, 3 Mo. 594. 

In statute. State v. Gates, 43 Conn. 533. 

currency of the United States. In indictment. Dull v. Com., 

25 Gratt. 965. 

heir. In statute. Barns v. Allen, 9 Am. L. Reg. 747. 

heirs. In will. Ludlum v. Otis, 15 Hun, 410; Miller v. 

Churchill, 78 N. C. 372. 

ITATUBAIiIZED. might herself be lawfully . In statute. Leonard v. Grant, 

5 Fed. Rep. 11. 
and cause of the accusation. In constitution, Norris v. State, 

33 Miss. 376. 
. and material structure of the buildings. In insurance policy. 

Baxendalc! v. Harvey, 4 Hurl. & N. 448. 

of the instrument. In statute. Crowther v. Wentworth, 6 B. 

&C. 371. 

of the Interest. In statute. Healey v. R. Co., 5 B. & S. 780. 

oases arising in the land or forces. /» statute. Re Bogert, 

2 Sawyer, 407. 
Gates 7'. Wudlington, i McCord, 580 (10 Am. Dec. 699); Att'y-Gen. 

V. Woods, 108 Mass. 439; Com. v. Vincent, 108 Mass, 447. 



NAMES. 
NATIONAIi. 

NATUBAL. 



NATXJBR 



NAVAIi. 
NAVIGABLE. 



I i 



.■iia-j«Mit^a..— ^«^pfmm i n i i- , n ,i ; (i-ir r-i- I 



4 VIGABLE. 



\l\ Muinford's 

24. 
^ler, 16 Wend. 

D.8. 

rd. 476 («7 Am. 

R.. 12 Eq. Cas. 

iS. 46- 

Wash. C. C. 

y, 43 Conn. 213. 

C. B. 750- 
statute. Morey 



illen. L. R.. 3 C. 

; Ves. 92. 

ery. 18 Q. B. 577- 

^d. 196. 

grith a flotitious 

1 1 16. 

)rdon, 17 Mo. 408; 

!5 Mo. 70; Hock- 

;o. 594. 

nt. Dull V. Coin.. 

eg. 747. 

n, 410; Miller v. 

Leonard v. Grant, 
«. Norris v. State, 
In insurance policy. 

V. Wentworth, 6 B. 

o.. 5 B. & S. 780. 
statute. Re Bogert, 

jc. 699); Atfy-Gen. 
Mass. 447- 



NA VIGABLE. 



aap 



NEAR. 



NAVIOABLB — Continu<v). 

river. Com. v. Chapin, 5 Pick. 199 (16 Am. Dec. 386) ; ex parte 

Jennings, 6 Cow. 518 (16 Am. Dec. 447); Mookei' v. Cummings, 20 
Johns. 90 (I I Am. Dec. 249) ; Spooncr v. McConncil. 1 McLean, 
337; Atiicrican River Water Co. v. Amsden, 6 Cal. 443; Wethers- 
field V. Humphrey, 20 Conn. 217 ; People v. Tibbetts, 19 N. Y. 523; 
Cobb V. Davenport, 32 N. J. (L.) 369; Veazic v. Dwinal. 50 Me., 
479; Wilson V. Forbes, 2 Dev. (L.) 30 ; Ingram v. Threadgill, 3 Dcv. 
(L.) 59; People T'. Canal Appraisers, 33 N. Y. 461 ; Carson v. Blazer, 
2 Binney, 475. 

— stream. Moore v. Sanborn, 2 Mich. 519; Brown 7'. Scofield, 8 
B.»rb. 239; Springs. Russell, 7 Me. 273; Munson v. Mungerford, 6 
Biirb. 265; Wilson v. Forbes, 2 Dev. (L.) 30; Stuart v. Clark, 2 
Swan, 9; Neaderhouser v. State, 28 Ind. 257; Depew v. Board of 
Trustees, 5 Ind. 8 ; Rowe v. Granite Bridge Corp., 21 Pick. 344. 

— waters. The Montello, 20 Wall. 430; S. C, 11 Wall. 4" I The 
Daniel Bell, 10 Wall. 557; Att'y-Gen. v. Woods, 108 Mass. 439; 
Com. V. Vincent, 108 Mass. 447; Woodman v. Kilborn Manfg. Co., 
I Biss. 546; Hickok v. Hine, 23 Ohio St. 523; Flanagan v. Phila- 
delphia, 42 Pa, St. 219; Charleston v. Middlesex, 3 Mete. 202; Gro- 
ver V. Powell, 10 N. J. (Eq.) 211 ; Mayor v. Eslava, 9 Port. 577 (33 
Am. Dec. 325). 

In statute. Scott v. The Young America, i Newb. loi ; Tyler v. Peo- 
ple, 8 Mich. 320. 

not . In statute. Wood v. Hustis, 17 Wis. 416; Murdock v. Stick- 

ney, 8 Cush. iic. 

In statute. Reg. v. Edmonds, 4 El. & Bl. looi. 

— from. In statute. Brittain v. Cromford Co., 3 B. & Aid. 140. 
Wcthersfield v. Humphrey. 20 Conn. 226. 

In constitution. Harrington v. Connecticut Lumber Co., 129 Mass. 580. 
In deed. King v. Aire Nav. Co., 9 B. & C. 829. 
In statute. Arkle v. Henzell, 8 El. & Bl. 829. 
In treaty. Brashear v. Mason, 6 How. 92. 

yard. Ex parte Tatem, i Hughes, 588. 

exeat. Rhodes v. Cousins, 6 Rand. 715 (18 Am. Dec. 188). 

yarietur. Fleckner v. Bank of the U. S., 8 Wheat. 338; Brab- 

ston V. Gibson, 9 How. 263. 
Barrett v. County Court, 44 Mo. 197 ; Boston, etc., R. Co. v. Mid- 



NAVIGATE. 

NAVIGATED. 

NAVIGATION. 



NAVr. 



NE. 



NEAB. 



land R. Co.. i Giay, 367; Kellogg v. Northampton, 4 Gray, 65. 
any dwelling-house. In statute. Lillis v. St. L. K. C. & N. 

R. R., 64M0. 47'- 

any election gp* •■ J'T. In statute. Morris v. State, 3 Heisk. 315. 

St. Louis. In deed. Menkins v. Blumenthal, 27 Mo. 198. 

the river. In statute. Tyne Keelman v. Davison, id C, B. (N. 

S.)6i6. 

the sea-shore. In patent. Keyser v. Coe, 9 Blatchf. 32. 

as as may be. In statute. Emma Silver Mining Co. v. Park, 14 

Blatchf. 414 ; Beardsley v. Littell, 14 Blatchf. 104. 
at or ; In statute. Fall River Iron Works v. Old Colony R. Co., 

5 Allen, 221. 



NEAREST. 



250 



NECESSAK Y. 



NEABBST. 



NEARLY. 
NEAT. 



policy. Oatc.s v. Madison Ins. Co., S N. 

Co., 105 Mass. 



; ' ) 






building. /« insuratue 

V. 469; S. C, 2 N. Y. 43. 
^)„.ee towns. In statute. Reed 7'. llunover R. 

303 , Meacham v. Fitchburg R. Co., 4 Cush. 291 . 

In deed. Johnson v. Fannel. 2 Wheat. 206. 

cattle. In statute. Ilubotter v. State. 32 Tex. 479. 

. gtook or beeves. In indictment. Castcllo v. State. 36 Tex. 324. 

WECES8ARIES. Harris v. Leo. i W Wms. 82; Hall.'. Weir, i Allen. »6i; Parke v. 
NEOBSSAKU!.». u ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^ ^.^^^_^^^ ^ Andrews. 28 Vt. 241 : Mayhew v. 

Theyer.'s Gray. 172 ; Cunningham v. on, 98 Mass. 538 ; Carley 

V. Green. 12 Allen. 104 ; Monson v. \ a.ns, 6 Gray. 416 ; Wood v. 
O'Kelly 8 Cush. 406; Porter 7'. Briggs, 38 low.i. 166; Bradshaw 7'. 
Beard, .'2 C. B. (N. S.) 344; Hunt v. De Blauquiere. 5 Bi"g^5io; 
McAfee v. Robertson. 4" Tex. 355; Helps 7-. Clayton. \^ C. B. (N. 
S ) 553 • Wilson V. Ford. L. R.. j Ex. 66 ; Warner v. Ryan, 28 W.s. 
577 ; Cothran v. Lee. 24 Ala. 380 ; Suiter v. Mustin. 50 Ga. 24^ ; St. 
Johns Parish v. Bronson, 40 Conn. 75 : Montague v. Benedict, 3 »• 
& C 631 ■ Grindcll v. Godm.md. 5 A. & E, 755 : Stone 7'. McNair, 7 
Taunt 4^2 : Knox v. Bushell. 3 C. B.JtN. S.) 334 ; Zeigler 7'. David, 
23 Ala 127 ; Carter v. Howard, 39 Vt. 106 ; Hill v. Goodrich. 46 N. 
H 41 ; Smith V. Davis, 45 N. H. 566; Ray v. Adden, 50 N. H. 82 ; 
Johnson V. Williams. 3 Iowa. 97 ; Wray v. Wray, 33 Ala. 187 ; Mor- 
ris V P.ilmer. 39 N. H. 123 ; Cornelia v. Ellis, i i 111. 584 ; Harris v. 
Dale 5 Bush. 61 ; Davis v. Caldwell, 12 Cush. 5'2 : Breed v. Judd. i 
Gray' 455 : Ford v. Teal. 7 Bush. 156; Jordan v, CoffiiUl, 70 N. C. 
no Bergen v. Forsythe, 17 B. M. -556; Marshall 7/. Miller. 3 
Mete «4;Pell7/.Cole,2Metc.253 ,son 7/. Waihband, 31 Conn. 

30s ; Assignee 7. Connolly, 3 McO ^Am Dec 6.3):Burnard 

V Haggis. 14 C. B. (N. S.) 45 : Wharton v. Mackenzie, 5 Q- B- 606 ; 
Barker v. 'iibbard. $4 N. H. 539 : Strong v. Foote, 42 Co"". 205 ; 
WarnerT/ Hefder.28Wis.519: Ra'nwi»ter7'.Durham,2N.&McC. 524 

(10 Am Dec. 637) ; Davis 7/. Caldwell. 12 Cush. 5«3; Bell v. Tuttle. i 
Allen. 219; Drake v. Bailey. 5 Allen. 210; Plympton v. Roberts. 12 
Allen. 366. 
Jn bill of sale of vessel. Burchard 7;. Tapscott, 3 Duer, 363 ; The Ply- 
mouth Rock. 7 Ben. 448. 
In statute. State z/. Weatherwax. 12 Kans. 463: re L^^low, i N. Y. 
Lee Obs. 322 ; re Comstock. i N. Y. Leg. Obs. 326 ; re Hay. 2 Low. 
,80; re Welch, 5 Ben. 230; The Riga. L. R., 3 Adm. &Ecc. 516; 
Lee 7/. Campbell. 61 Ala. 12. 

fUrnishedahim \ox his family. In statute. McAuley v. Tracy, 

61 Me. 523. 

HECESSABILY. expended. People v. Supervisors of N. Y., 32 N. Y. 473- 

expenses incurred. In statute. Reg. v. Council. 8 Q. B. 928. 

property used in operating any [railroad. In statute. Mil- 
waukee & C. R. Co. V. Supervisors, 29 Wis. 122. 
McCullock V. State, 4 Wheat. 3«6 ; Smart v. Morton, 5 El. & Bl. 3°; 
PettengiU v. Porter. 8 Allen, i ; SipperlyT/. Warner. 9 How. Pr. 332. 
In constitution. McCullogh v. Maryland, 4 Wheat. 318; Thayer v. 

Hedges. 23 Ind. 141 i Stuyvesant v. Mayor, 7 Cow. 588. 
In statute. Com. 7/. Morrison. 2 Marsh. 80; Griswold v. Hepburn. 
2 Duv 26; State 7/. Jersey City, 7 Vroom. 166; ^tate v. Han- 
cock, 6 Vroom. 537 ; State v. Woodmff, 7 Vroom, 94 : State t^. Love. 



NECESSABY. 



•C£SSA/i Y. 
ns. Co., s N. 

:o., 105 Mass. 



!, 36 Tex. 324. 
86 1 ; Parke ?'. 
[I ; Mayhew v. 
IS. 538 ; Carley 

416; Wood 7'. 
; Bradshaw 7'. 
!. 5 Bing. 550; 
n. 17 C. B. (N. 
Ryan, 28 Wis. 
[o Ga. 242 ; St. 
Benedict, 3 B. 
16 7'. McNair, 7 
;igler v. David, 
Goodrich, 46 N. 
, 50N. H. 82; 
Ala. 187 ; Mor- 

584 ; Harris 7>. 
Ireed v. Judd, i 
Dffiold, 70 N. C. 
lall V. Miller, 3 
iband, 31 Conn. 
:. 613); Burnard 
ie, 5 Q. B. 606 ; 
, 42 Conn. 205 ; 
2N.&MCC. 524 
Bell V. Tuttle. i 
J V. Roberts, 12 

r, 363 ; The Ply- 

:.udlow, 1 N. Y. 
; re Hay, 2 Low. 
dm. & Ecc. 516; 

lAuley V. Tracy, 

32 N. Y. 473- 
cil, 8 Q. B. 928. 
Tn statute. Mil- 

5 El. & Bl. 30; 
r, 9 How. Pr. 332. 
. 318; Thayer v. 
588. 

>ld V. Hepburn, 
; gtate v. Han- 
94; State 7*. Love. 



NECESSAR Y. 



23X 



NECESSARY. 



In constitution , 



NBOBSSABY — Continued. 

8 Vr.)om, 60; Fenwick v. R. Co., L. U., 20 Kq. Cm. 544; Pearcc v. 
Watts, L. R., 20 Kq. Cm. 492. 

alterations, fn bumt. Western Btiildlug Asso. 7'. Pitzmaiirlce, 

7 Mo. (App.) 293- 
and proper. In constitution. Hubbard i: Brainard, 35 Conn. 

563. 
and proper tor carrying into execution. 

Hepburn v. Griswold, 8 Wall. 603. 
and useful tor public or private purposes. In statute. Hays 

V. Briggs, 3 Pitts. 504. 

apparatus. In contract. Patterson 7'. Ganct, 7 J- J- Marsh. 1 13. 

charges. In statute. Stetson 7'. Kempton, 13 Mass, 272(7 Am. 

Dec. 145); Minoti'. West Roxbury, 112 Mass. i ; Bussey^'. Gilmore, 

3 Me. 191. 
disbursements. Dc Witt v. Swift, 3 \\<jv. Pr. 280 ; Wolf 7/. Mc- 

Gavock, 24 Wis. 54; Carter 7'. Montgomerv, 3 Tenn. (Ch.) 455. 

food. In statute. Hall v. Penny, i : Wend. 44 \ Farrell v. 

Higley, Hill & Denio, 87. 

food for all the stock. In statute. Cowan v. Muir, 24 Wis, 

569; King 7/. Moore, 10 Mich. 538. 

for the accommodation of the ofBcers and crew. In charter- 
party. Almgren v. Dutilh, 5 N. Y. 28. 

for the construction or operation thereof. In railroad mart' 

gage. Burch v. Seymour, 46 Conn. 156. 

for the.drainage of the lands. In statute. Updike v. Wright, 8 1 

111. 49- 

for upholding life. In statute. Leavitt v. Metcalf, 2 Vt. 342 

(19 Am. Dec. 718); Garrett v. P.itchen, 29 Vt. 248; Montague v. 
Richardson, 24 Conn. 338; Dunlop v. Edgerton, 30 Vt. 224; Croker 
V. Spencer, 2 D. Chip. 68 ; Hart v. Hyde, 5 Vt. 328. 

help. In statute. State v. Hobart, 13 Nev. 419. 

household ftirnit\ire. In statute. Hitchcock v. Holmes, 43 

Conn. 528. 

implication. Wilkinson v. Adam, i Ves. & B. 466. 

improvements. In orde . Reed v. Jones, 8 Wis. 421. 

injury. In statute. Porter 7/. Hannibal, etc., R. Co., 7 « Mo- 66; 

Rains v. St. Louis, etc., R. Co., 71 Mo. 169. 

or convenient. In statute. Abson v. Fenton, i B. & C. 203. 

or usual. In deed. Morris v. Rhydydeped Colliery Co., 3 Hurl. 

& N. 888. 

outgoings. In statute. Re Cowley, L. R., i Ex. 289 ; re Elwes, 

3 Hurl. & N. 725. 

provisions. In statute. Mulligan v. Newton, 16 Gray, 211. 

repairs. Webster v. Seekamp, 4 B. & Aid. 353. 

team. In statute. Wheeler v. Cropsey, 5 How. Pr. 288; East- 
man V. Croswell, 8 How. Pr. 75. 

tools of a tradesman. In statute. McDowell v. Shotwell, 2 

Whart. 26. 

to the use and enjoyment thereof. In statute. People v. King- 
man, 24 N. Y. 559. 



NECESSAR Y. 



232 



NEGLECT. 



NECESSARY - 



lli 



NECESSITY. 



NECKLACES. 



NEED. 



NEEDFUL. 

NEEDLESS. 

NEEDLESSLY 

NEGATIVE. 
NEGLECT. 



-Continued. 

validity. Jones v. Walker, 2 Paine, 688. 

vegetables actually provided for f^~<<ly use. In statute. 

Carpenter v. Herrington, 25 Wend. 370 {\ .1. Dec. 239). 

acts for the prosperity of the society. /« corporation articles. 

Tracy v. Guthrie County, etc., See, 47 la. 27. 

hands for the prosecution of the improvements. In statute. 

Jerome w. Ross, 7 Johns. Ch. 315. 
household flimiture for supporting life. In statute. Monta- 
gue V. Richardson, 24 Conn . 339. 

household furniture for the debtor and his fbmily. In 

statute. DavUn v. Stone, 4 Cush. 359. 

if . In order. Pretty v. Nauscaven, L. R., 9 Ex, 43. 

oaths in the performance of their duties. In statute. Wheat 

V. Ragsdale, 27 Ind. 191. 

property for schools, religious and charitable purposes. 

In constitution. N. W. Univ. v. People, 80 111. 333. 

Buoh books as may be . In statute. Brown v. Hoffmeister, 71 

Mo, 413. 
The Herald, 8 Ben. 409. 

In statute. Todd w. Flannoy, 56 Ala. 99; Gladwin v. Lewis, 6 Conn. 
49 (16 Am. Dec. i) ; Thompson v. Tillotson, 56 Miss. 36. 

or mercy. In statute. Phillips v. Innes, 4 CI. & Fin. 234. 

other great . Spring Valley Water Works v. City, 52 Cal. 1 11. 

works of . In statute. Morris w. State, 31 Ind. '89,Flaggz'. 

Millbury, 4 Cush. 243; Augusta v. R. Co., 55 Ga. 126; State z/. 
Stone, 15 Mo. 514. 

works of and charity. In statute. Smith z/. Wilcox, 24 N. Y. 

353; McGrath 7/. Merwin, 112 Mass. 467 (17 Am. Rep. 119); Johnson 
V. Irasburgh, 47 Vt. 29 (19 Am. Rep. 11 1) ; Queen v. Cleworth, 4 B. 
& S. 927. 

of every description. In will. Atty.-Gen. v. Harley, 5 Russ. 

256. 
In will. Conant %i. Stratton, 107 Mass. 474. 

be delivered. In statute. Fromant v. Ashley, i El. & Bl. 724. 

most in . In will. Bull ■?• Bull, 8 Conn, 47 (20 Am. Dec. 86). 

do the . Dawson v. Lawley, 4 Esp. 65. 



In statute. State v. Bogardus, 4 Mo. (App.) 217. 
kill any living creature. In statute. State v. Bogardus, 4 

Mo. (App.) 217. 

easement. Trustees v. Lynch, 70 N. Y. 447. 

Kimball v. Rowland, 6 Gray, 224 ; Catchpole v. R. Co., i El.<b Bl. in. 

In bill of lading. Guillaume v. Packet Co., 42 N. Y. 140. 

In indictment. Queen v. Ryland, L. R., i C. C. R. 102. 

In statute. Inhabitants of New Marlborough v. County Com'rs, 9 Mete. 

432; Kingf. Burrell, 12 Ad. & Ell. 400; Wells v. Kane, 2 Grant's 

Cas. 6d. 
lefiiult or misfeasance. In statute. Coite v. Lynes, 33 Conn. 

lOCl. 



VEGLECT. 

In statute, 
%tion articles- 
\. In statute, 
tute. Monta- 
fbmily. In 

.tute. Wheat 
[e purposes. 
sfTmeister, 71 



2wis, 6 Conn. 

j6. 

"in. 234. 

52Cal. III. 

'89, Flaggt/. 

126; State V. 

:ox, 24 N. Y. 
119); Johnson 
'leworth, 4 B. 

irley, 5 Russ. 



El. & Bl. 724. 
I. Dec. 86). 



7. Bogardus, 4 



El.<bBl. III. 



'om'rs, 9Metc. 
me, 2 Grant's 

irnes, 33 Conn. 



NEGLECT. 



233 



NEMO. 



ITEaLECT— Continued. 

or refuse. Merrifield v. Cobleigh, 4 Cush. 178; Kimball v. Row- 
land, 6 Gray, 224. 

to act. In statute. VVilloughby v. Willoughby, 9 Q. B. 923. 

to deposit. In statute, Rosenplaenter v. Roessle, 54 N. Y. 262 ; 

Bendetson v. French, 46 N. Y. 266. 

to make complaint. In statute. Watson v. Hall, 46 Conn. 205. 

willful . In statute. Washburn %>. Washburn, 9 Cal. 475. 

IfEQLIGENCE. Union Pacific R. Co. v. Young, 19 Kans. 488; Jameson v, R. Co., 
55 Cal. 593; Edelman t/. St. Louis Trans. Co., 3 Mo. (App.) 507; 
Floui;noy v. Jeffersonville, 17 Ind. 169; Shehan v. Cornwall. 29 
Iowa, 99; Lexington v. Lewis, lo Bush, 677; Bizzell v. Booker, 16 
Ark. 308 ; The Nitro-glycerine Case, 15 Wall. 524; O'Brien v. R. Co., 
3 Phila. 76 ; McGrath v. Hudson River R. Co., 32 Barb. 144 ; Grant 
V, Moseley, 29 Ala. 302 ; Sherman v. Western Trans. Co., 62 Barb. 
. 1 50 ; Union Pacific R. Co. v. Collins, 5 Kans. 167 ; Gove t/. Farmers', 

etc., Ins. Co., 4! N. H. 41. 

In insurance policy. Sawtelle v. Railway Pass. Ass. Co., 15 Blatchf. 
216. 

or otherwise. In railroad ticket. Wells t/. N. Y. Cent. R. R., 

24 N. Y, 180; Perkins v, N. Y. Cent. R. R., 24 N. Y. 196. 

gross . Phillips v, Clark, 5 C. B. (N. S.) 882. 

In insurance policy. Lycoming Ins. Co. v, Barringer, 73 III. 230. 

slight . Griffin v. Willow, 43 Wis. 509. 

ITEGOnABLE. Walker v. Ocean Bank, 19 Ind. 247. 

In note. Belding v. Thompson, 3 Cranch C. C. 698, 

In statute. Austin v. Blue, 6 Mo. 265 ; Beatty v. Anderson, 5 Mo. 448; 
Odell V. Funk, 15 Mo. 338. 

paper. Vermyle v. Adams Express Co., 21 Wall. 138; Bank of 

Mobile V. Brown, 42 Ala. 108. 

at the bank. In note. Muir z/. Jenkins, 2 Cranch C. C. 18. 

at the Bank of Washington. In note. Belding v. Thornton, 3 

Cranch C. C. 698. 

instrument. In statute. Taylor v, Kymer, 3 B. & Adol. 320. 

ITEOOTIATE. Yerkes v. Bank, 69 N. Y. 382; Griffin v. Weatherby, 9 B. & S. 726; 
Palmer z/. Ferry, 6 Gray, 420; Blakiston v. Dudley, 5 Duer, 373. 

for. In lease. Smith v. Coe, 55 N. Y. 678. 

NEGOTIATING. In statute. First Nat. Bank v. Pierson, 24 Minn. 140(31 Am. Rep. 

340- 
NEGOTIATION. Walker v. Ocean Bank, 19 Ind. 247. 

NEGK)TIATIONS. In contract. Havemeyer v. Havemeyer, 45 N. Y. (3. C.) 464. 

enter into . In statute. Mahoney v. Supervisors, 53 Cal. 384. 

NEGBO. State v. Chavers, 5 Jones, 11 ; Felix v. State. 18 Ala. 720; McPherson 

V, Com., 28 Gratt. 939. 

ftee mulatto or free person of color. In statute. State v. 

Dempsey, 9 I red. (L.) 384. 
NEIGHBOBHOOD. Esterly v. Cole, 3 N. Y. 502. 

In statute. Woods v. Cochrane, 38 Iowa, 484. 

NEMO. allegans suam turpitudinem est audiendus. ° Walton v. 

Shelly, I T. R. 296; Winton v. Saidler, 3 Johns. Cas. 185; Baker w. 
Arnold, i Caines, 258 ; Gould v. Gould, 3 Story, 516. 



80 



mmm 



NEPHEW. 



234 



NEWSPAPER. 



NEPHEW. 



NEPHEWS. 

NERVING. 
NET. 



m 



In'wiU. Grant v. Grant, L. R, 5 C. P. 380 : Cromer.. Pi^*^"«V,3 
Barb. (Ch.) 466 ; Greens Appeal. 4^ Pa. St. 25 : Brower-- B owers. 
I Abb Add. Dec. 214; Sherratt v. Mouniford, L, R., 15 Eq. Cas. 308, 
LT 8 S. App. U; Wells .. Wells. L. R.. .8 Eq. Cas. 504; re 

Blower. 6Ch. App. 35'- „, „ ^.. 

In will. Sherratt z/. Mouniford. L R.. 1 5 Eq. Cas. 305 . Wells z.. Wells, 

L. R.. 18 Eq. Cas. 504 : Green's Appeal. 42 Pa. St. 25. 
Best V. Osborne, Ry. & M. 290. 
In statute. St. John 7/. Erie Co.. 22 Wall. 137 

balance. Evans v. Wain, 7' Pa St. 69. 

eamingB. In contract. St. John v. Erie R. Co.. ,0 Blatchf. 27. ; 

22 Wall. 146 „ -c o 

In statute. Jones Manf g Co. v. Com.. 69 Pa. St. .37 ; Un.on Pacific R. 

Co. V. U. S., 9 Otto. 402. 
inoome. In statute. Opinion of Judges. 5 Mete. 598 • J°"««'f ^•' 

Ma^?g Co. V. Com.. 69 Pa. St. .37 ; Andrews v. Boyd. 5 Me^ .99- 
_. profits. Stewart v. Stebbins. 30 Miss. 66; Wallace v. Beebe. .2 

In^lgZment. Fuller .. Miller, .05 Mass. ..5; Tutt .^ Land. 50 Ga. 

In statute. Repton v. Hodgson. 7 Q- B. 84. „. ,. ^^ , _ 

proceeds. In contract. Danlap .. O'Dena. i Rich. (Eq.) 272. 

rent. In order. King v. Tomlinson. 9 B. & C. 166. 

value. In corporation charter. Babcock .. Middlesex Savings 

Bank, 28 Conn. 302. 
In plea. Stockbridge v. Sussama. 3 Q. B. 239. 
In statute. Glue Co. v. Upton. 7 Otto. 3. 

^_ and original design. In statute. Harrison r. Taylor, 3 Hurl. & 
N. 300; 4 Hurl. & N. 820. 

assets. In statute. Robinson v. Hodge. 117 Mass. 223. 

_ building. In statute. Hobbs .. Dana L. R.. 9 C- P- 3°: Shiel 
V. Mayor. 6 Hurl. & N. 804: Brice's Appeal, 89 Pa. St. 85- 

ease. Moore v. Alvis. 54 Ala. 356. 

manufecture. In statute. Ralston v. Smith. 19 C. B. (N. S.) 

819 -,11 H. L. Cas. ::23. 

manufeotures. In statute. Heath v. Smith, 3 El. & Bl. 256. 

parish. In siutute. Crenshaw v. Wigan Bd.. L. R.. 8 Q. B. 217. 

parties. In rules of court. Ladner v. Ogden. M Miss. 332- 

pound. In statute. Bosworth v. Trowbridge. 45 Conn. 16.. 

__ street. In statute. Atfy-Gen. v. Bd. of Works. 6 Ch . Div. 539- 
__ trial. Zaleski v. Clark. 45 Conn. 400: Springfield v. Worcester. 

2 Cush. 61. 
official In insurance policy. Fowler v. Ins. Co.. 18 C. B. (N. 

NBW8PAPEB. ^I'n lid of trust. Graham .. King. 50 Mo. 22; Stevenson.. Jannary. 

49 Mo. 465. ,. 

r . . .. u^rr« Hitt 7<; 111. 51 : Beccher v. Stevens, 25 Minn. 146 . 
'''Cn ndef : Dr"akr8/lll.S4. Benkendorf - Vincen. 52 Mo 

44, ; Kellogg V. Carrico. 47 Mo. .57 : Card v. Lackland. 49 Mo. 451. 



NEVEB. 
NEW. 



NEWS. 



r:?»Mi»a K ii lithW'«lM)riia WI»l *> ^P*'^-^^-^ 



VSPAPER. 

V. Pickney, 3 
s V. Browers, 
Eq. Cas. 308 ; 
, Cas. 504; re 

^ells V. Wells, 



)Blatchf. 271; 

lion Pacific R. 

j8 ; Jones, etc., 
, 5 Me. 199- 
;e V. Beebe, 12 

\i. Land, 50 Ga. 



ch. (Eq.) 272. 

5. 

ilesex Savings 



aylor, 3 Hurl. & 

IS. 223. 

C. P. 30; Shiel 
St. 85. 

,9 C. B. (N. S.) 

El. & Bl. 256. 
, R., 8 Q. B. 217. 
Miss. 332. 
5 Conn. 161. 
;, 6 Ch . Div. 539- 
;ld V. Worcester, 

Co., 18 C. B. (N. 

enson v. Jannary, 

ns, 25 Minn. 146 J 
Vincenz, 52 Mo. 
:land, 49 Mo. 451. 



NEWSPAPER. 



235 



NIGHT. 



STEWSFAFER — Continued. 

printed in the county. In statute. Walton v. Harris, 73. 

Mo. 491. 

reports. In statute. State 7'. Brown, 71 Mo. 458. 

. Cambridge . In statute. Tibbits v. Yorke, 5 B. & Ad. 605. 



NEXT. 



NICKNAME. 
NIBGB. 

NIBOES. 

NIQHT. 




Humphries v. Cullingwood, 2 B. & Aid. 642 ; Whitney v. Crosby, 3 

Caines, 89. 

before. In statute. Clayton %>. Corby, 2 Q. B. 814. 

before some suit or action. In statute. Parker v. Mitchell, 1 1 

A. & E. 788 ; Lowe v. Carpenter, 6 Ex. 825 ; Glover 7/. Coleman, 

L. R., 10 C. P. 108. 
oourt. In statute. Green v. McLaren, 7 Ga. 107; Durell v. 

Merrell, i Mass. 411. 



. devisee. In statute. 

■ election. In statute. 

■ of kin. In statute. 



Den V. Robinson, 2 South. 689. 
People V. Mott, 3 Cal. 506. 
Hillhouse v. Chester, 3 Day. 166 (3 Am. 
Dec. 265) ; R. Co. v. Shannon, 43 HI. 338 ; White v. Springett, L. R., 

4 Ch. App. 302; McCool V. Smith, i Black, 459; Rogers v. Welle., 

5 Biss. 166; Green v. Hudson River R. Co., 32 Barb. 25; Mer- 
chants' Ins. Co. V. Hinman, 34 Barb. 410; Peterson v. Webb, 4 
Ired. (Eq.) 56. 

In will. Keteltas v. Keteltas, 72 N. Y. 312 (28 Am. Rep. 1 55) ; Murdock 
V. Ward, 67 N. Y. 387 ; Luce v. Dunham, 69 N. Y. 36 ; Halton v. 
Foster, L. R., 3Ch. App. 505; Harden 7/. Larrabee, 113 Mass. 430; 
Snow T/.Teed, L. R., 9 Eq. Cas. 622 ; Re Jeffrey, L. R., 14 Eq, Cas. 
136; re Standley, L. R., 5 Eq.Cas. 303; Simmons 7/. Gooding, 5 Ired. 
(Eq.) 38? ; Redmond v. Burroughs, 63 N. C. 242 ; Sweezey v. Willes, 
I Bradf. 495; Clayton z/. Drake, 17 Ohio St. 367; Slosson v. Lynch, 
28 How. Pr. 417; 43 Barb. 147; Hamlin v. Osgood, 5 N. Y. 
Y. (Surr.) 409 ; Steel v. Kurtz, 28 Ohio, 192 ; Edwards v. Bucks- 
dale, 2 Hill (Ch.), 416; Murdock v. Ward, 67 N. Y. 387; Luce v. 
Dunham, 69 N. Y. 36. 

personal representative. In will. Stockdale v. Nicholson, L. 

R., 4 Eq. Cas. 359. 

p- regular session. In constitution. People v. Lippincott, 64 

111. 256. 

sessions. In statute. King v. Heath, 5 Ad. & Ell. 347. 

surviving son. In will. Eastwood v. 1 . ickwood, L. R. , 3 Eq. 

Cas. 487. 

term. In statute. Wood v. Messerly, 46 Mo. 255 ; Wilkie v. 

Jones, I Morris (la.), 97 ; Moodier/. Vandyke, 4 Yeates, 512 ; French 
V. Barnard, 9 Cush. 403; Smith v. Cutler, 10 Wend. 589 (25 Am. 
Dec. 580) ; Durell v. Merrill, i Mass. 41 1 . 

first day of August . In statute. Couch v. Ulster, etc., Tp. Co. , 

4 Johns. Ch. 26. 

President v. Norwood, Busb. (Eq.) 65. 

In will. Re Blower, L. R., 6 Ch. App. 351 ; Sherratt v. Mountford, L. 
R., 8 Ch. App. 929. 

/« will. Sherratt v. Mountford, L. R., i S Eq. Cas, 305 ; Wells v. Wells. 
L. R., 18 Eq. Cas. 504. 

States. Morris. 47 Conn. 179; Tutton v. Drake, $ Hurl. & N. 648; 
Nixon V, Freeman, 5 Hurl. & N. 653. 



NIGHT. 



236 



NOT. 



inOHT — Continued. 

time. Rex v. Tandy, i C. & P. 297 ; Com. v. Chevalier. 7 Dane 

Abr. 134; People 7/. Griffin, 19 Cal. 578 ; Thomas t/. State, 5 How. 

(Miss.) 20; State v. Bancroft, 10 N. H. 107 ; Trull v. Wilson, 9 Mass. 

1 54 ; Rex V. Kemp, i Leach, 222 ; Rex v. Polly, i C. & P. 77 I 

Com. V. Williams, 2 Cush. 582 ; Lewis v. State, 16 Conn. 32. 

by . In statute. Curetonz/. Queen, i B. & S. 218. 

ITIGHTS. In insurance policy. Glendale Woolen Co. v. Protection Ins. Co., 

21 Conn. 18. 
NIGHT-WAliKER. In statute. Thomas v. State, 55 Ala. 260. 
ITO. considerable provocation appearing. In indictment. Butler 

V. State, 34 Ark. 480. 

— order. In writ, Meredith v. Gittens, 18 Q. B. 257. 

other. In statute. Pope 7/. Tearle, L. R., 9 C. P. 500. 

tenant. In statute. Com. v. Watson, 97 Mass. 565. 

or offensive business. In deed. Hickman v. Isaacs, i B. & S. 

976. 
pros. Com. v. Casey, 12 Allen, 218. 

— damages. Beaumont v. Greathead, 2 D. & L. 635. 

— party. Wing v. Andrews, 59 Me. 505. 
In statute. Edward v. Buchanan, 3 B. & Adol. 792. 

— compos mentis. Re Carmichael, 36 Ala. 514 ; re Baker, 2 Johns. 
Ch. 232 ; Jackson v. King, 4 Cow. 207. 

In constitution. Beaumont's case, i Whart. 52 (29 Am. Dec. 31). 

est inventus. In writ. Magnay v. Monger, 4 Q. B. 818. 

pros. Com. 7/. Casey, 12 Allen, 218. 

dies juridious. State 7/. Ricketts, 74 N. C. 187. 

NON-ABBIVAL. In charter-party. Soames v. Lonergan, 2 B. & C. 565. 
NOIT-ASSESSABIiE. In stock certificate. Upton v. Treblecock, i Otto, 45. 
NON-PORFEITINO. In insurance policy. Chase v. Phrenix Life Ins. Co., 67 Me. 85. 
NONPABEIL. type. Insurance Co. v. Slaughter, 12 Wall. 404. 

NON-BESIDEirT. In statute. Clark 7/. Ward, 12 Gratt. 440; Mayor v. Genet, 4 
Hun, 487 ; Curd v. Letcher, 3 J. J. Marsh. 445 ; Ballinger v. Lantier, 
15 Kas. 608 ; Slavens v. R. Co., 51 Mo. 308. 

lands. In statute. People v. Barker, 48 N. Y. 70. 

of the State. In statute. Wolf v, McGavock, 23 Wis. 517. 



NOISOME. 

NOL. 
NOMINAI.. 

NOMINATED 
NON. 



I V 



NON-SANE. 

NOBTHWABD 

NORTHERLY. 



Den V. Vancleve, 5 N. J. (L.) 589. 
In deed. Jackson v. Reeves, 3 Caines, 298. 
In deed. Irwin v. Towne, 42 Cal. 329; Garvin 7/. Dean, 115 Mass. 



577 : Howard v. College of the Holy Cross, 116 Mass. 117 ; Brandt 
7'. Ogden, I Johns. 1 56. 
NORTHLY. Indeed. Brandt 7/. Ogden, i Johns. 156. 
NORTHWARDLY. In deed. Seaman v. Hogeboom, 21 Barb. 398 ; Craig v. Hawkins, 

I Bibb, 53. 
NORTH-WESTERLY. Indeed. Irwin t/. Towne, 42 Cal. 329. 

NOT. able to work. In statute. Re Morten, 5 Q. B. 591. 

before. In statute. Leverin 7/. Leicester, 12 Q. B. 949. 

exceeding. In statute. Dearborn v. Inhabitants, 97 Mass. 469. 




NOT. 



er, 


7 Dane 


ite, 


5 How. 


on, 


9 Mass. 


. & 


P. 77: 


32- 




n I 


ns. Co., 


nt. 


Butler 



s, I B. & S. 



er, 2 Johns. 

jc. 31). 
818. 



5- 

., 67 Me. 85. 



V. Genet, 4 
■V. Lantier, 



IS. 517 



1, 115 Mass. 
117; Brandt 



v. Hawkins, 



M9- 

7 Mass. 469. 



NOT 



237 



NOTICE. 



NOT — Continued. 

exeoeding eighty acres. 

Ala. 51. 

insured. In bill of lading 

R.Cc. 10 H. L. Cas. 473. 
known or used before his applioation 



NOTABY. 
NOTE. 



NOTED. 
NOTES. 



NOTHINO. 
NOTICE. 



anyi 




In constitution. David v. David, 56 

Peeit V. North Staflfordshire, etc., 

Pennock v, Dialo^^ue, 
2 Pet. I (I Robb. Pat. Cas. 542). 

more than. In statute, Britton v. Com., i Cush. 305. 

public. Kirksey v. Bates, 7 Port. 529 (31 Am. Dec. 722). 

/// statute. Gaines v. Craig, 34 Ark. 477 ; Force v. Elizabeth, 12 C. E. 
Green, 408. 

or memorandum. In statute. Dailey v. Sweeting, 9 C. B. 

(N. S.) 858 ; Bailey v. Ogden, 3 Johns. 399 (3 Am. Dec. 509). 
fUnds for the payment of the . In promissory note. Keystone 

Bridge Co. v. Britton, 17 Blatchf. 409. 

its contents. Wildes ta Fessenden, 4 Mete. 12, 

In indictment. Dubois v. State, £o Ala. 139. 
In statute. Hamersley v. Franey, 39 Conn. 177. 

and references. In statute. Little t/. Gould, 2 Blatchf. 165. 

for the purpose of paying claims. In charter. Wood v. 

Wellington. 30 N. Y. 218. 

in writing. In statute. Caples v. Branham, 20 Mo. 244 ; Mul- 

drow V. Caldwell, 7 Mo. 563. 

of hand. In will. Hopkins 7/. Holt, 9 Wis. 232; Perry v. Max- 
well, 2 Dev. (Eq.) 488. 

or references made by the State reporter. In statute. Little 

V. Gould, 2 BlatcSif. 265 ; 2 Blatchf. 362. 
all accommodation . in contract. Da Costa v. Guieu, 7 S. & 

R. 462. 

bank current in the city of Sew York. In contract. Judah 

V. Harris, 19 Johns. 146. 

bonds and promissory for money or property. In statute. 

Draherv. Schreiber, 15 Mo. 603. 

in this act. In statute. Wright v. Norwich R. Co., 8 Blatchf. 32. 

Lawrence v. Bowman, i McAU. 419; Pringle v. Phillips, 5 Sandf. 
157. 

In statute. Will w. Town of Southbury, 43 Conn. 53; Van Metre v. 
Mitchell, 2 Wall. Jr. 317; Pearson v. Lovejoy, 53 Barb. 407 ; Ruthen 
V Acker, 18 Barb. 393; Bolton v. Lundy, 6 Mo. 46 ; Lee v. Bow- 
man, 55 Mo. 400 ; St. Louis v. Goebel, 32 Mo. 295 ; Fry v. Bennett, 
7 Abb. Pr. 352 ; Vicksburg, etc., R. Co. v. McCutcheon, 52 Miss. 645. 

of action. In statute. Lewis v. Smith, Holt N. P. 27. 

of any prior act of bankruptcy. In statute. Bird v. Bass, 6 

Man. & G. 146; Edwards v. Gabriel, 7 Hurl, & N. 520. 

of sale. In statute. Knowlesv. City of Boston, 129 Mass. 551. 

to quit. In statute. Oakes v. Moore, 8 Cush. 287. 

actual . Jordan v. Pollock, 14 Ga. 145 ; Curtis i/. Mundy, 3 Mete. 

407. 

In statute. Beatie v. Butler, 21 Mo. 313; Masterton v. West End R. 
Co., 5 Mo. (App.) 71. 






NOTIFIED. 



238 



OATS. 



Converse v. Hartley, 31 Conn. 380. 

In notice of dishonor. Armstrong v. Christiana. 5 C. B. 692. 
Leary v. Walton, 5 Mon. 370. 
Leary v. Walton, 5 Mon. 370. • 

In indictment. Grisham v. State. 2 Yerg. 588. 
WOURISHINO. stout. Raggett v. Findlater, L. R.. 17 Eq. Cas. 29. 



NOTIFIED. 
NOTING. 
NOTORIETY. 
NOTORIOUS. 



NOVATION. 

NOVELTY 
NOW. 



NOXIOUS. 



Hobson V. Davidson's Syndic. 8 Mart. 422 (13 Am. Dec. 2<^.note); 
Adams v. Power. 48 Miss. 45'- 

McCormick v. Seymour, 3 Blatchf. 209. 

In statute. Clark v. Lord. 20 Kans. 39° ) Savings Bank v. New Lon- 
don. 20 Conn. 1 16. 

In will. Quinn v. Hardinbrook, 54 N. Y. 83. 

happened. In treaty. Hylton v. Brown, i Wash. C. C. 353. 

in the port of Amsterdam. In charter-party. Behn v. Bur- 
gess, i B. & S. 880 ; 3 B. & S. 752- 

occupied by me. In will. Hutchinson v. Barrow. 6 Hurl. & 

N.583. 
— possess. In will. Wagstaff v. Wagstaff, L. R.. 8 Eq. Cas. 229. 
or dangerous trade or business. In deed. Atlantic Dock 

Co. V. Leavitt, 54 N. Y. 35. 
or offensive business, trade or manufacture. In statute. 

Bd. of Health v. Hill. 13 C. B. (N. S.) 48>- 
other substance or liquid. In statute. People v. Van Deleer. 

53 Cal. 147- 
Grady v. Wolsner. 46 Ala. 38' ' Ferguson v. Selma,' 43 Ala. 398 ; 

Parker v. Union WooV -. 42 Conn. 399 : Mayor v. Radecke, 49 

Md. 217 : Miller v. Bu-jn 32 Tex. 208 ; State v. Mayor. 5 Port. 279 1 

Hinchman v. Patterson, etc.. R. Co.. 17 N. J. (Eq.) 7S ; Whitney v. 

Bartholomew, 21 Conn. 213. 
In deed. Harrison v. Good, L. R., 1 1 Eq. Cas. 338. 
In statute. Great Western R. Co. v. Bishop, L. R., 7 Q. B. 551 ; 

Brown v. Bussell. L. R., 3 Q- B- 25'- 

material Queen v. Russell, 3 El. & Bl. 942. 

In statute. Brown v. Bussell, 9 B. & S. 2. 

and void. In statute. Pearse v. Morrice, 2 Ad. & El. 95- 

and denomination. In indictment. Duvall v. State. 63 Ala. 17. 

pro tunc. Ludlow v. Johnson, 3 Ohio, 553 ('7 Am. Dec. 609). 

NUNCUPATIVE. wiU. Re Hebden, 20 N. J. (Eq.) 473 : Sykes v. Sykes. 2 

Stew (Ala.) 364 (20 Am. Dec. 44. note). 
Reg. V. Clarke, 7 El. & Bl. 192 



NUISANCE. 



NUISANCES. 
NULL. 
NUMBER. 
NUNC. 



NURTURE. 
OATH. 



OATS. 



Omichund V. Barker, t Atk. 42; Arnold v. Town of Middleton, 41 
Conn. 206; King v. White, i Leach C. C. 482; Brock v. Milhgan. 
10 Ohio. 123; Blocker 7/. Burness. 2 Ala. 354: Clinton w. State, 33 
Ohio St. 27 ; Oaks v. Rodgers, 48 Cal. 197. 

or other competent proof. In statute. Noble v. Holliday, i 

N. Y. 330. 

o«rporal . In indictment. Jackson v. State, i Ind. 184. 

solvmn In indictment. Jackson v. State, i Ind. 184. 

er other lawftil merchandise. In contract. Southampton Co. 

V. Clarke, L. R., 4 Ex. 73 ; L- R-. 5 Ex. 53- 




OA TS. 



OBEY. 



339 



OCCUPANCY. 



296, note) ; 

New Lon- 

C.353- 
ihn V. Bur- 

6 Hurl. & 

Cas. 229. 
.ntic Dock 

In statute. 

Van Deleer, 

J Ala. 398; 

Radecke, 49 

5 Port. 279 ; 

Whitney v. 

Q. B. 551 ; 



:i. 95. 

5, 63 Ala. 17. 
, Dec. 609). 
I V. Sykes, 2 



Middleton, 41 
: V. Milligan, 
iv. State, 33 

'. Holliday, i 



OBJECTION. 
OBJECTS. 

OBLATIONS. 



In statute. Wells 



OBEY. and perform the orders of the court. In contract. Claflin i/. 

Ball, 43 N. Y. 481. 

OBJECT. of the action. In statute. Scarborough v. Smith. 18 Kans. 399. 

or refuse. In devise. Doe v. Crisp, 8 Ad. & Ell. 779- 

In statute. Elf rank v. Seller. 54 Mo. 135. 

articles or charged with an internal tax. 

V. Shook, 8 Blatchf. 257. 
In statute. Ayrton v. Abbott, 14 Q- B. i. 
OBLIQATION. Crandall v. Bryan. 15 How. Pr. 48. 

In statute. Fogg v. State, 9 Yerg. 392 ; Strong v. Wheaton, 38 Barb. 

616. 
for the payment of money only. In statute. Flanagan v, 

Watkins, i B. & C. 318. 

or written contract. In statute. Gale v. Myers. 4 Houst. 546. 

OBLIGATIONS, bonds or other . In statute. Smith v. Ellington. 14 Ga. 379; 

Rippon V. Townsend, i Bay. 445; Hargroves v. Cooke, 15 Ga. 321. 

notes and . In statute. Basehore v. Rhodes, 85 Pa. St. 44- 

OBLIQATOBY. writing . In plea. Clark v. Phillips, Hempst. 294. 

OBLIGEE. In statute. Hall v. Byrne. 2 III. 140. 

writing. In statute. U. S. v. Williams. 3 Fed. Rep. 484. 



OBSCENE. 

OBSOLETE. 

OBSTBUCT. 




In will. Lewis v. Lewis, 2 W. & S. 455. 

any engine. In statute. Queen v. Hadfield, L. R., i C. C. R. 

253 ; Queen v. Hardy. L. R.. i C. C. R. 278. 

- new lights. Tapling v. Jones. 11 H. L. Cas. 290. 
or retard the passage of the mail. In statute. U. S. v. Kirby, 

7 Wall. 482 : U. S. V. De Mott, 3 Fed. Rep. 483. 
01U3TBUCTI0N. Nashville, etc., R. Co. v. Carroll, 6 Heisk. 347 ; Mosher v. Vincent. 

39 Iowa, 607 . 
In statute. Hodgson v. Little, 14 C. B. (N. S.) 120; 16 C. B. (N. S.) 

207 ; Snyder v. Philadelphia, 78 Pa. St. 23. 
OBSTRUCTIONS. In statute. Patterson v. Vail. 43 Iowa, 142 ; Ray v. Manchester. 

46 N. H. 59. 
In statute. Spilsberry v. Clough, 2 Q. B. 466 ; Queen v. Kilham, L. R., 

I C. C. R. 261. 
In agreement. Russell v. Ledsam, 14 M. & W. 587. 
and recovering payment. In statute. Reg. v. Com'rs, L. R., 

4 H. L. 450- 
f^om another. In statute. Sandy v. State, 60 Ala. 60. 

OBVENTIONS. In statute. Ayrton v. Abbott, 14 Q. B. i. 

OCCASION. as shall require. In power. Attwood v. Munnings, 7 B. & C. 

284. 
OCCASIONED. In statute. Meysenburg v. Schlieper. 48 Mo. 426. 

by oamphene. In insurance policy. Harper v. New York City 

Ins. Co., 22 N. Y. 441. 
by payment or pledge of the property of the husband. In 

statute. Vogt v. Ticknor, 48 N. H. 249. 
OCCUPANCY. Dallas City v. Missionary Soc, 6 Fed. Rep. 356 ; Redfield v. Utica, 

etc., R. Co., 25 Barb. 54. 



OBTAIN. 
OBTAINING. 

OBTAINS. 



e- iff Vf, •^•'.T •fcij.i-, •*". - i"i w ^j-'-v^ H *^_x^j^ y^ -» ^ r^ -cv J X-^. i 



..jm 



ff- 



ft 

II 



OCCUPANCY. 



240 



OCCUP Y. 



OCCUPANT. 



OCCUPATION. 



OCCUPIED. 



OCCUPANC3Y — Continued. . ,. „ .. o 

In statute. Walters v. People. 2! III. 178 : Brinkerhoff v. Everett. 38 
III. 263 ; Com. V. Weatherhead, 1 10 Mass. 175. 

actual . In statute Hunt 7'. Smith, 9 Kans. i37- 

in the actual of any person. /« statute. Smith v. Sanger. 4 

N. Y. 577- 
ready for . In building contract. Cunningham t/. Washburn, 1 19 

Mass. 224. 

In city ordinance. Bixler v. Hagan, 42 Mo. 367. 

In statute. Shelby v. Houston, 38 Cal. 410; Hammel v. Zobelein 51 
Cal 532 • O'Neale v. Cleveland. 3 Nev. 485 : Hussey v. Smith, i 
Utah Terr. 129; Ford v. Kennedy. 1 Oregon, 136. Carpenter r/. 
Vail, 36 Mich. 226; Lechier v. Chapin, 12 Nev. 65. 
Johnson v. State, 44 Ala. 415- 

In statute. Re Haynes, 49 L. J. (N. S.) Bank. 62 ; Mourelyan z.. Labal- 
mondiere, . El. I El. 533 ; Luckett .. Bright, 2 C. B^ >95; People - 
Ambrecht. 1 1 Abb. Pr. 97 : Lawrence v. Fulton. 19 Cal. 683 . Stock- 
well r. Brewer. 59 Me. 7^7 ; Mersey Docks 7a Cameron. 1 1 H. L. Cas. 

444. 

then in his . In will. Newton v. Taylor. 7 B. & C. 385- 

OCCUPATIONS, professione, trades and In statute. Commrsz/. Reynolds, 

7 W. & S. 329. 
In insurance policy. Lockwood v. Middlesex Ins. Co., 47 Conn. 554; 

Townsendz/. North-western Ins. Co.. 18 N. Y. 168. 
In statute. McConnaughey r.. Baxter, 55 Ala. 380; f ^'"f ";• »"««^ 
L R 6 Ex. i; Trinity Church v. Boston. 118 Mass. 164; New 
England Hospital t.. City of Boston, 1.3 Mass. 518; Weisbrod v 
Daenicke, 36 Wis. 73) King v. Inhabitants. 5 B. & Adol. 227: 9 
B. & C. 183. 

as a private dweUing. In policy of insurance. O'Neil v. Bul- 

falo Fire Ins. Co., 3 N. Y. 122. 

aa a residence. In statute. Potts v. Davenport, 79 !"• 455- 

asastore->ouse. In policy of insurance. Wall v. East River 

Mut. Ins. Co., 7 N. Y. 370. 

or used for unlawflil purposes. In policy of insurance. Kelly 

V. Ins. Co., 97 Mass. 284. 

owned or . In statute. Hershell v. Bushnell, 37 Conn. 38. 

premises by him. In writ. Jones v. Fletcher, 41 Me. 254. 

In statute. Jones v. Mersey Docks, 20 C. B. (N. S.) ,30 ; King . 
Inhabitants, 4 B. & C. 960 ; Sheppard v. Bradford, »6 ^ «. (N. SO 
378: Cook V. Montagu, L. R., 7 Q- B. 418; Kmg v. Sutton. 3 Ad. 
& El. 611. 

of tithes. Chanter v. Glubb, 9 B. & C. 483- 

of land. In statute. King v. Burton Gas Co., 5 B. & C. 466. 

now In contract. Magee v. Lovell. L. R.. 9 C P. 107. 

In contract. Morrow v. Brady, 12 R. I. 130. 

In statute. Kingz/. Inhabitants, i B. & Aid. 476 : Gough x/. Evererd. 2 

H & C. .0; Locke .. Rowell, 47 N. H. 46; Abbott .. Upham .3 

Mete. .72 ; Walters. People. .8 111. '99; S. C 2. 111. .78; Wdfs- 

kill V. Malgawich. 39 Cal. 276 ; Queen v. West R.d.ng. 2 Q. B. 507. 

any stand. In city ordinance. Com. v. Rice. 9 Mete. 253. 



OCCUPIEIl. 



OCCUPIBBS. 

OCCUPIES. 

OCCUPY. 




OCCUP K. 

K Everett, 38 

1 V. Sanger, 4 
Washburn, 1 19 



'. Zobelein, 51 

y V, Smith, I 

Carpenter v. 



ilyan v. Labal- 
195 ; People v. 
\. 683 ; Stock- 
1, 1 1 H. L. Cas. 

•-. 385. 

rsv. Reynolds, 

47 Conn. 554; 

insonT/. Briggs, 
ass. 164; New 
J; Weisbrod v. 
& Adol. 227 ; 9 

O'Neil V. Buf- 

. 79 111- 455- 
1 V. East River 

surance. Kelly 

Conn. 38. 

41 Me. 254. 
;.) 130; Kingw. 

16 C. B. (N. S.) 
V. Sutton, 3 Ad . 



B. & C. 466. 
. P. 107. 

jgh V. Evererd, 3 
ott V. Upham, 13 
I 111. 178: Wolfs- 
ing, 2 Q. B. 507. 
I Mete. 253. 



OCCUP V. 



241 



OFFICE. 



OCCUPY— Continued. 

the mill 



OCCUB. 



OCEAN. 
O'CLOCK. 

or. 



OPP. 
OPPENDEB. 

OPFENDINO. 

OPPENSE. 



OFPENSIVE. 



OPPEB. 



In statute. Abbott v. Upham, 13 Mete. 173. 

the shore. In deed. Lacy v. Green, 84 Pa. St. 514. 

Jn insurance policy. Johnson v. Humboldt Ins. Co., 91 III. 92 



Hay 



OPPEBINGra. 

OPPEBS. 

OPPICE. 

{Employment) 

31 



V. Star Fire Ins. Co., 77 N. Y. 235 ; Mayor v, Hamilton Fire Ins. Co.. 
39 N. Y. 46. 

claim shall . Chandler v. St. Paul, ete.. Ins. Co., 21 Minn. 85. 

western . In patent. Keyser »/. Coe, 9 Blatchf. 32. 

ten . Taylor v. Wilkinson, 22 Wis. 40. 

U. S. V. Hatch, 1 Paine, 336. 

In contract. Powell v. Horton, 2 Bing. N. C. 668. 

Indeed. Hannum v. Kingsley, 107 Mass. 355 ; Pine v. Riekert, 21 

Barb. 469. 
In plea. Porter v. Miller, 3 Wend. 329. 

In statute. Williams v. Burgess, 12 Ad. & Ell. 635 , Darwin v. Lin- 
coln, s B. & Aid. 450. 
and conoeming. In plea. May v. Brown. 3 B. & C. 139 ; King 

V. Marsden, 4 M. & S. 169. 
the parish of M. In order. Queen v. Toke, 8 Ad. & Ell. 

233; Queen v. Floekton, 2 Q. B. 536. 

heard . In statute. Fellows v. Fellows, 8 N. H. 160. 

heirs the body. In deed. Den v. Gillat, 2 Term Rep. 43>- 

In affidavit. Randle v. Long. 6 Ad. & Ell. 225. 

member Congress. In statute. Butter v. Hopper, i Wash. 

C. C. 500. 

its lines. In railway ticket. Kent v. R. Co., L. R., 10 Q. B. i. 

In statute. People v. Park, 41 N. Y. 21 ; Lee v. Simpson, 3 C. B. 880; 

Eggington's Case, i El. & Bl. 734. 
person so .In statute. U. S. v. 141 2 Gallons of Spirits, 10 

Bfatchf. 430. 
In constitution. Randall v. Brigham, 7 Wall. 523. 
In statute. State v. Jager, 19 Wis. 235 ; Canfield v. Mitchell, 43 Conn. 

172; Frost's Case, 127 Mass. 550; Sellwood v. Mount, i Q. B. 726; 

Queen v. Sutcliffe, 13 Q. B. 833. 
of the same character. In statute. Crockett w. State, 38 Ala. 

387. „ ^ 
arms or weapons. In statute. Cosan's Case, i Russ. Cr. 1 19 ; 

Rex V. Palmer, i Moody & R. 70 ; Rex v. Fry, 2 Moody & R. 42 ; 

Rex V. Johnson, Russ. & Ry. 492 ; Rex v. Noakes, 5 C. & P. 326 ; 

Rex V. Grice, 7 C. & P. 803. 
trade or business to the neighboring inhabitants. In deed. 

Barrow W.Richard, 8 Paige Ch. 351 (35 Am. Dec. 713). 

In statute. Simpson v. Yard, L. R., 4 Q- B. 626. 

to seU. In statute. Williams v. Tappan, 3 Fost. (N. H.) 385. 

In statute. Ayrton v. Abbott, 14 Q. B. i. 

to vote. In statute. Case w. Miller, $ Wright (Pa.), 403. 

In constitution. People v. Nostrand, 46 N. Y.37S ; State -v Mlson, 

29 Ohio St. 347. 
In statute. State v. Weeks, 67 Mo. 60 ; Shelby v. Acorn, 36 Miss. 289 , 

Oueen v. Manning, L. R., i C. C. R. 34°; Faulkner v. Upper Bod- 



OFFICE. 



24a 



OFFICER. 



\\ 



OPPICB — Coiitimu-'i. .,,,,00 ti..., 

„ Rinks 5 C B (N. S.) 40: Oueen 7'. Local Hci.. L. R.. 9 U- "• '48. 

ro Ship ci . Blunt, l' ^C, C. P. 484; U. S. .. Hartwell.6 Wall. 

85 • Da ley v. State. 8 Blackf. 329 : Leach v. Cass.dy. 23 "d. 449. 

Waldo V. Wallace. .2 Ind. 569; «^eoplc ... Stratton. 2 ^-L 382: re 

H ihway 7. N. Y. 238 . Smith v. Mayor. 37 N. Y. 5-8 ; R.chardson 

lr3'n'.etc.. R. Co.. 22 How. Pr. 368 : People v. PincWey 3, 

N. Y. 377 : People v. Conover, .7 N. Y. 64 ; yueen v. Mayor, i . Ad. 

k Ell. 13; Loundes v. Stamford, 18 y. B. 426. 

of honor. In constitution. Dickson v. People. 17 HI- >9«- 

of profit. //I r^;»//V«/'V'«. People 7.. Whitman. 10 Cal. 38: Doty 

V. State. 6 Black f. 529- 
In statute. King v. Mayor, 6 Ad. & Ell. 347- 
of profit and trust. Ellis v. State, 19 Ind. 351. 

of trust. Re Corliss, 1 1 R. I. 638- 

of trust or profit. In constitution. Doty v. State, 6 Blackf. 529. 

or place of profit. In statute: Delane 7/. Hillcoat,9B.&C.3io. 

or pubUo trust. In constitution. Re Oaths, 20 Johns. 493 : 

People 7.. Nichols. 52 N. Y. 478: Leigh's Case, . Munf. 483. re 
Dorsey. 7 Port. 293 : re Wood, . Hopk. 6 ; Waters v. W.ttemore. 22 
Barb. 595 ; Seymour v. Ellison, 2 Cow. 29. 
place or employment. In statute. Queen v. Chanettie, 13 Q. 

B. 447- ^ o 

any or capacity. In statute. U. S. 7.. Morse, 3 Story. 87. 

civil . /«r.«.///«//V.«. State7AValle, 4« Mo.29:State7/.W.l. 

mmgton City Council. 3 Harr. 294 : Crawford v. Dunbar, 52 Cal. 36. 

judicial Waldo 7/. Wallace. 12 Ind. 569. 

lucrative . In constitution. Kerr 7/. Jones, 19 Ind. 351 : People 

V. Whitman, 10 Cal. 38 ; Crawford v. Dunbar, 52 C al. 36. 

ministerial . Waldo v. Wallace, 12 Ind. 569. 

poUtical . Waldo 7/. Wallace. 12 Ind. 569. 

pubUc . In statute. People 7.. Common Council, 77 NY. 503 ; 

People V. Hayes. 7 How. Pr. 248; People v. Bedell. 2 H.ll. 196. 

pubUc annual . In statute. King 7/. Inhabitants, 5 B.& Ad. 573- 

Jn statute. Com. v. White. 6 Cush. .8. ; Shaw v. Morley. L. R.. 3 Ex. 
137 ; State v. Scripture, 42 N. H. 489. 

' of business. In statute. Blandy v. De Burgh. 6 C. B. 624. 
for the weighing of any merchandise. In constitution. Tmk- 

ham V. Tapscott, 17 N. Y. 141. 
at an or banking-house. In statute. Merchants Bank 7/. State 

Bank, 10 Wall. 604. c u ,1 .« m v 

principal . In statute. Western Trans. Co. v. Sche.d. .8 N. Y. 

Kilg .. Dr. Burnell, Carth. 478 : U 8^7,. Maurice, ^/rock .03 j^ Shelby 
Acorn. 36 Miss. 289 : People v. Pmckney, 32 N Y. 377 ' ^^^^^jf 
V. Draper, 23 N. Y. 3'8 ; Olmstead -v. Mayor. 42 N. Y. (S. C.) 481 . 
('ordiell7/. Frizell, i Nev. i30- 

In constitution. Bunn v. People, 45 !"• 397 ; Brown v. Turner. 70 N. 
C. 93 ; re Stuart, 53 Cal. 745- 



(Place.) 



OFFICER. 



timutn irwi- ■ 



OFFICER. 



68 ; Heartley 
. 9 y. R. 148; 
rtwell. 6 Wall. 

23 Ind. 449; 
\ Cal. 382 ; re 
j ; Richardson 
I. Pinckey. 32 
Mayor, ti Ad. 

111. 19I- 

, Cal. 38; Doty 




"!«■••■>«•»■ 



, 6 Blaclcf. 529. 
it,9B.&C.3io. 

20 Johns. 493 ! 
Munf. 483; re 
Wittemore, 22 

:hanettle, 13 Q. 

Story, 87. 

9 ; State V. Wil- 

nbar, 52 Cal. 36. 

id. 351; People 
.36. 



:il, 77N. Y. 503; 
2 Hill, 196. 
5, 5 B.& Ad. 573- 
rley, L. R., 3 Ex- 

S C. B. 624. 
stitution. Tink- 

its' Bank v. State 

Scheid. 18 N. Y. 

rock. 103; Shelby 
Y. 377 ; Roosevelt 

N. Y. (S. C.) 481 ; 

V. Turner, 70 N. 



OFFICER. 



243 



OFFICERS. 



OFFIOEB — Continued. 

In statute. State v. Brooks, 42 Tex. 62 ; Com. v. Wynian, 8 Mete. 247; 
I'edley v. Davis. 10 C. B. (N. S.) 512 ; Pierce v. Inhabitants of Cam- 
bridge, 2 Cush. 613; KavanauRh v. State, 41 Ala. 399; Myers 7'. 
Veitch, L. R.. 4 (J. B. 649 ; U. S. r. Bonner, Baldw. 234; Twenty per 
cent Cases, 20 Wall. 179; U.S. v. Saunders, 20 Wall. 492; Talbot 
V, U. S., 10 Ct. of CI. 426; Vauffhn v. English, 8 Cal. 39; 
Conrey v. Copeland, 4 La. Ann. 307 ; I'eople v, Middleton. 28 Cal. 
603 ; State v. Piatt, 4 Ilarr. 1 54 ; State v. I'utnam, 35 Iowa. 561 ; State 
V. Montgomery, 25 La. Ann. 138; Ilummel's Case, 9 Watts, 416; 
Com. V. Tucker. 10 Gray, 173; Second Manhattan Building Asso. v. 
Hayes. 2 Keyes, 192; Com. v. Christian, 9 Phila. 556; Union Co. v. 
James, 21 Pa. St. 525 ; Com. v. Neely, 3 Pittsb. 527; Woodworth v. 
State, 26 Ohio St. 196; re Hunt, 3 Dill. 44. note; Queen v. Gu.irdians. 
1 Q. B. 130; (Jueen v. Justices, 2 g. B. 433 1 Bank v. P.itton, 4 J. J. 
Marsh. 192. 

of oourt. In statute. Bailey v. Williams, 6 Oregon, 71 ; White 

V. State. 44 Ala. 409; Caldwell v. Gwinn, 54 Ala. 66. 

of election. In statute. U. S. v. Clayton. 2 Dill. 219; U. S. v. 

Fisher. 8 Fed. Rep. 414. 

of the revenue. In statute. Campbell t/. Jones, 3 Fed. Rep. 513. 

who made the sale. In statute. Livingston ?/. Arnoux, 56 N. 

Y. 507. 

civil . In statute. Queen v. Earl Waldegrave, 2 Q. B. 341. 

managing . In statute. McAllister v. Penn. Ins. Co.. 28 Mo. 214. 

ministerial . In statute. Diggs 7/. State, 49 Ala. 311. 

other . In statute. Com. 7/. Wyman, 8 Mete. 247; re Whiting, 

Edm. Sel. Cas. 498 ; State v. Moore, 39 Conn. 244. 

publio . In constitution. Board of Supervisors v. Hackett, 21 

Wis. 613. 

In statute. Mitchell v. Nelson, 49 Ala. 88 ; Morril v. Haynes, 2 N. H. 
246 ; Porter v. Pillsbury. 1 1 How. Pr. 240 ; Butler v. Board of Re- 
gents, 32 Wis. 124.; Morse v. City of Lowell, 7 Mete. 152 ; People v. 
Supervisors, 50 How. Pr. 353; State v. Walton. 62 Me. 106; State v. 
Boody. 53 N. H. 610. 

State . State v. McKee, 69 Mo. 508. 



OFFIOEBS. 



In statute. Queen 7/. Poor Law Com'rs, 9 Ad. & Ell. 911; Queen r/. 

Hunt, 12 Ad. & Ell. 133 ; ex parte McCabe, 33 Ark. 397. 
judicial and executive. In statute. Wise v. Withers, 3 Cranch, 

331. 
of cities. In statute. Kinnie v. City of Waverly, 42 Iowa, 487, 

of such body corporate. In statute. Madrid Bank v. Bay ley, 

8 B. & S. 29. 

of the State. In constitution. People v. Ashburner, 55 Cal. 517. 

of the United States. In statute. U. S. v. Tinkelpaugh. 3 

Blatchf. 425; U. S. V. Germaine, 9 Otto, 509; U. S. v. Hartwell, 6 
Wall. 385; ex parte Randolph, 2 Brock, 481 ; Piatt v. Beach, 2 Ben. 
303 ; ArmstrongfT/. U. S., Gilp. 339 ; Lindsey v. Attorney-General. 33 
Miss. 508 ; State v. Bell, Phill. (L.) 76 ; Brown v. U. S., i Curt. C. C. 

IS- 

civil . In constitution. U. S. v. Hatch, Burnett, 22. 

city . In constitution. Poople v. Batchelor, 22 N. Y. 128. 



\. 



BMHtP^'^ 



OFFICERS. 




OFFICERS — 



OFFSPRINO 

OHIO. 

OIL. 

OIL-CLOTH. 

OLD. 

OLDEST. 

OMISSIONS. 

OMIT. 

OMNIBUS. 
OMNIS. 

ON. 



Continued. 

county . In constitution. Sheboygan Co. v. Parker. 3 Wall. 93- 

State . hi conUitution. Ex parte Wiley. 54 Ala. 227. 

town . In constitution. People v. McKinney. 52 N. Y. 374- 

Powell V. Brandon, 24 Miss. 343. 

In deed. Madison v. Hildreth. 2 Ind. 274- 

essential . In statute. Murphy v. Arnson. 6 Otto. 131. 

foundations. In statute. Arthur v. Gumming. 1 Otto. 362. 

roads. In statute. People v. Griswold. 67 N. Y. 59. ^ . 

gon. In will. Gardner v. Guild. 106 Mass. 25. ^ 

In contract. Shaver v. Murdock. 36 Cal. 293. 

. to oommunioate. In insurance policy. Pim v. Reid. 6 Man. 

&G. 25. 
In city ordinance. Snyder 7/. North Lawrence. 8 Kas. 83. _ . 

ratihabitio retrotrahitur et mandato aequiparatur. Bird 

V. Brown. 4 Ex. 786 ; Wilson v. Tumman. 6 M. & G. 236. 
Caldwell's case. 19 Wall. 264. 
In statute. Masters v. McHolland. 12 Kas. i7. 

a passage. In insurance policy. Washington Ins. Co. v. White, 

103 Mass. 239 (4 Am. Rep. 543)- 

all or either. In insurance policy. Com. v. Hide, 112 Mass. 136 

(17 Am. Rep. 72). 

August ist or as soon as the vendee shall pay $2,000. In 

contract. Felter v. Weybright. 8 Ohio, 167. 

bohalf of. In contract. Lewis v. Nicholson. 18 Q. B. 503. 

board. In insurance policy. Robinson z/. Manufacturers' Ins. 

Co., I Mete. 146. 

. call. Bowman v. McChesney. 22 Gratt. 609. 

complaint. In statute. Campbell v. Thompson. i6 Me. 117. 

condition. In contract. Meanor v. McKowan. 4 W. & S. 302- 

demand. Blackwel! v. Fosters, i Mete. 88. 

duty. In insurance policy. Gibson v. Farmers' Ins. Co., i Cin. 

410. 

each entry. In statute. Ullman v. Murphy. 1 1 Blatchf. 358. 

freight In contract. Cutwater v. Nelson, 20 Barb. 29 : Dawson 

V. Kettle. 4 Hill, 107. 

goods. McKenzie 7/. Whltwnrth, ' W R. 287. 

lakes or rivers. A hW r lading. St. Louis, etc., R. Co. v. 

Smuck, 49 Ind. 302. 

memorandiun. 

notice being give 

960. 

. or about his premises. 

177. 
^ or before. In contract. Wall v. Sampson. 6 J. Marsh. 155 
(22 Am. Dec. 72): People v. Walker. 2. Barb. 630; Matt.son v. 
Marks. 31 Mich. 421 (18 Am. Rep. i97)- 

payment of costs. Sands v. McClelan, 6 Cow. 582 : Dana v. 

Gill, 5 J. J. Marsh. 243- 



,Kin V. Breed, ' Mass. 18. 
In statufe. Queen v. Arkwright, 12 Q. B. 



ill 



.'tatute. Powell v. State. 63 Ala. 




Reid, 6 Man 



)aratur. Bird 

236. 



18. Co. V. White, 
e, 112 Mass. 136 
lay $2,000. /« 

}. B. 503. 
lufacturers" Ins. 



1, i6 Me. 117. 
4 W. & S. 302. 

' Ins. Co., I Cin. 

Blatchf. 358. 
arb. 29 ; Dawson 



is, etc.. R. Co. V. 

18. 

Jcwright, 12 Q. B. 

V. State, 63 Ala. 

J. . Marsh. 155 
630; Mattison v. 

ow. 582 ; Dana v. 



ON. 

ON — Continued. 



345 



ONE. 



In contract. Paynter v. James, 



ONOE. 



oina 



right delivery of the cargo. 

L. R.. 2 C. P. 352- 
shore. In statute. King v. Brarly. 1 Bos. * Pul. 188. 

the bank. In deed. Thomas v. Hatch. 3 Sumner, 179. 

the land. Reg. v. Inhabitants, 5 y. B. 489- 

the line of. Burnam v. Banks, 45 Mo. 349- 

the line thereof U. S. v. B. & M. R. R.. 3 Cent. L. J. 337. 

the preeentation of this document. In contract. Bartlett v. 

Holmes, 13 C. B. 630. 
the road. Smith v. Slocomb, 9 Gray, 37 ; Ncwhall v. Ireson, 

3 Gush. 595. _ . 
the sea or flats. In deed. Saltonstall v. Proprietors. 7 Cush. 



Munkers v. K. C, St. J. & C. B. R. R., 60 Mo. 



195. 
the section line. 

334- 
the stocks. In insurance policy. Hood v. Manhattan, etc.. Ins. 

Co.. u N. Y. 532. 
the train. In bill of lading. Poucher v. New York Cent. R. Co., 

49 N. Y. 263. 

trial. In statute. Com. v. McLellan, 121 Mass. 31. 

the trial. In statute. Yoke v. Robertson. 2 Whart. 1 59 ; Frank- 

lin Ins. Co. V. Findlay. 6 Whart. 483 (37 Am. Dec. 430) 
your paying interest. In contract. Dodd v. Ponsford. 6 C. B. 

(N. S.) 332. 

employed water. In contract. Madre v. Saunders, 3 Jones (L.) i . 

heirs the body. In deed. Den v. Giliot, 2 Term. Rep. 43>. 

in distress the shore. In statute. The Mac. 46 L. T. (N. S.) 907. 

money hand or in bank. In will. Copia's Estate, 5 Phila. 214. 

a week. In statute. Ronkendorflf v. Taylor. 4 Pet. 361. 

a week during three successive weeks. In statute. Francis v. 

Norris. 2 Miles, 150. 
in each week for at least twelve successive weeks. In 

statute. Early v. Doe. 16 How. 610. 

in every six months. In statute. Virginia Steam Co. v. U. S., 

I Taney Dec. 418. 
calendar month's notice. In statute. Young v. Higgon. 6 M. 

& W. 49. o O Q 

. cause of action. In statute. Kempton w. Willey. 9 C. B. 728. 

day after date. In note. Taylor v. Jacoby, 2 Pa. St. 496- 

day previous. In constitution. Hyde v. White, 24 Tex. 137. 

foot high. In contract. Barton v. McKelway, 22 N. J. (L.) 165. 

pair of boots. In indictment. State v. Harris. 3 Harr. (Del.) 

559- 
pint. In indictment. 

Rep. 415)- ^ * , 

town or city lot. In statute. Wassell v. Turmah. 25 Ark. 101. 

month. In contract. Spartali v. Benecke, 10 C. B. 212. 

month or more. In statute. Blunt v. Heslop, 8 Ad. & Ell. 581. 



State V. Lavake, 26 Minn. 526 (37 Am. 



ONE. 



24*5 



OPPOSITE. 




ONE — Continued. 

mortal bruise. In imHctment. State v. Crank, 2 Bailey, 66 (23 

Am. Dec. 117). 

thousand feet. In contract. Brown 7/. Broolis, 25 Pa. St. 210. 

whole year. In statute. Paris ?'. Hiram, 12 Masb. 262. 

year. In insurance policy. Manly 7^. United Marine Insurance 

Co., 9 Mass. 85 (6 Am. Dec. 40). 
ONE-FOURTH. Indeed. McCaul z/. Kilpatrick, 46 Mo. 434- 

part of my estate. In will. Allison z/. Chaney, 63 Mo. 283. 

ONLY. In constitution. Shortridge v. Mason, i Abb. U. S. 58. 

Indeed Schroder 7/. King, 38 Conn. 78 ; Hatch 7/. Wnite, 22 Pick. 521. 

In statute. Penine v. Cheeseman, 6 Halst. 174 («9 Am. Dec. 388). 

proper use. In deed. Caldwell v. Pickens, 39 Ala. 514. 

by words Li statute. Turney v. Dodwell, 3 El. & Bl. 137. 

for one voyage . In insurance policy. Everett v. Tunno, i B. 

& Aid. 145- 

in the following cases In statute. People v. Fair, 43 Cal, 137. 

ONUS. probandi. Davis v. Rogers, i Houst. 44. 

OPiOT. account. In statute. Sheppard7/. Wilkens, i Ala. 62 ; Goodwin 

7/. Harrison, 6 Ala. 438 ; Bradford 7/. Barclay, 39 Ala. 33;Nisbet7/. 
Lawson, ! Ga. 406; DalhondeT/. Lausans, 21 La. Ann. 406; Dixon 
■ V. Lyons, 13 La. Ann. 160 ; Whittelsey v. Spoffard, 47 Tex. 13. 

and extend. In city charter. Sugar Refining Co. v. Mayor, 26 

N. J. (Eq.) 247- 

. and gross lewdness and lascivious behavior. In statute. 

Com. V. Warden, 128 Mass. 52 ; Com. v. Catlin, i Mass. 8 ; State v. 
' Millaird, 18 Vt. 574. 

. and keep in repair. In city charter. Smith v. Corporation of 



In statute. Hardesty v. Ken- 
Thompson V. Kenyon, 100 



OPENED. 



OPERATE. 
OPERATING. 



OPERATIVE. 
OPINION. 

OPrOSINO. 
OPPOSITE. 



Washington, 20 How. 135. 
and notorious insolvency. 

worthy, 8 Blackf. 304. 
and i>eaceable entry. In statute. 

Mass. 108. 
cotirt. Ex parte Branch, 63 Ala. 385 ; Hobart v. Hobart, 45 Ala. 

and dedicated to the public use. In statute. Oliver v. 

Worcester, 102 Mass. 489 ; Hemphill 7/. City of Boston, 8 Cush. 197. 

and worked. In statute. Beckwith v. Whalen. 70 N. Y. 430. 

In contract. Eaton v. Smith, 20 Pick. 150. 

expenses, in statute. Smith 7/. Eastern R. Co., 124 Mass. 154; 

Eastern R. Co. v. Rogers, 124 Mass. 527. 
corporation a railway. In statute. McKnight v. \. & Minn. 

R. R., 43 Iowa, 406. 
Thayer v. Mann, 2 Cush. 371. 
Houston V. Williams, 13 Cal. 27 ; State v. Allen, 46 Conn. 532. 

fixed . In statute. Bales v. State, 63 Ala. 30. 

interest. In statute. Re Jackson, 14 Bank. Reg. 449. 

party. In statute. Eslava v. Mazange, i Woods, 623 ; Trabue 

V. Turner, 10 Heisk. 447. 




OPPOSITE. 



Bailey. 66 (23 

5 Pa. St. 210. 

is. 262. 

rine Insurance 



63 Ivlo. 283. 

te, 22 Pick. 521. 
. Dec. 388). 
la. 514. 

6 Bl. 137. 

V. Tunno, i B. 

Fair, 43 Cal. 137. 

la. 62 ; Goodwin 
la. 33 ; Nisbetv. 
in. 406 ; Dixon 

7 Tex. 13. 

Co. V. Mayor, 26 

>r. In statute. 
lass. 8 ; State v. 

Corporation of 
irdesty v. Ken- 

V. Kenyon, 100 

. Hobart, 45 Ala. 

tute. Oliver v. 
ton, 8 Cush. 197. 
I, 70 N. Y. 430. 

0., 124 Mass. 154; 
tit V. I. & Minn. 

onn. 532. 

'eg. 449- 

ods, 623 ; Trabue 



OPPOSITE. 

> — 



247 



OR. 



OPPOSITE — Continued. 

politics. In statute. People 7. Supervisors of Sullivan Co., 56 

N. Y. 249. 
OPnOBT. In lease. Walker 7/. Eagler, 30 Mo. 130. 

In statute. Tenney v. Foote, 4 Bradwell, 594. 

of my executors. In will. Harper v. Bobb. 47 Ala. 547. 

at the of. In contract. Posey v. Scales, 55 Ind. 282. 

buyers . In order. Pickering v. Demeritt. 100 Mass. 416. 



OB. 




Robbins v. Butler, 24 111. 428 ; Kindig v. Smith, 39 HI- .'^oi ; People v. 

Applegate, 5 Cal. 295 ; Reed %>. Kilbourn Soc, L. R., 10 Q. B. 

264 ; Roome v. Phillips, 24 N. Y. 463 ; Hall v. Sweet, 40 N. Y. 97 ; 

Simpson v. Halliday, L. R., i H. L. 315. 

In bond. DumontT/. U. S.. 8 Otto. 143 : Robinson v. Brinson, 20 Tex. 

438 ; Parker v. Carson, 64 N. C. 563. 
In contract. Douglass v. Eyre, Gilp. I47- 
In deed. Elliott v. Turner, 2 C. B. 446. 
In indictme'it. People v. Gilkinson, 4 Park. C. C. 26; Morgan v. 

Com., 7 Gratt. 592. 
In statute. Towns ■ Mead, 16 C. B. 138 ; Croww. Beardsley, 68 Mo. 435; 
Com. V. Hadcraft. 6 Bush, 92 ; Robb v. Belt, 12 B. Monr. 647 : Clifford 
V. State, 29 Wis. 327 ; State v. Brandt, 41 Iowa, 593 ; Sparrow v. 
Davidson College, 77 N. C. 35 ; Hannum v. Day, 105 Mass. 34 ; U. 
S. V. Ten Cases of Shawls, 2 Paine, 162 ; Hughes v. Smith, 64 N. C. 
493; Com. V. Griffin, 105 Mass. 185 ; Green v. Wood, 7 Q. B. 178; 
Reg. V. Watford, 9 Q. B. 635 ; King v. Comm'rs, i B. & Ad. 240 ; 
Reg. V. Irving. 12 Q. B, 430; Queen v. Shiles, i Q. B. 917 ; U. S. v. 
Haines, 5 Mason, 273. 
In will. Easton v. Pratt, 2 H. & C. 680 ; Jackson v. Blanshaw, 6 Johns. 
54; Soulle V. Gerrard, Moore, 422; Cro. Eliz. 525; Price v. Hunt, 
36 Car. II; Pol, 645; Woodward v. Glasbrook, 2 Vern. 388 ; Barker 
V. Surtees, 2 Str. 1 175 ; Walsh v. PeterEon, 3 Atk. 193 ; Framingham 
V. Biand, i Wils. 140; Wright v. Kemp, 3 T. R. 470; Hunt v. Hunt, 
II Mete. 88; Winter z/. Perratt, 5 B.&C. 59; Johnson w. Simcock, 6 
Hurl. & N. 14; re Merrick, L. R., i Eq. Cas. 551 ; re Kirkbridge's 
Trusts, L. R., 2 Eq. Cas. 400; Reid v. Braithwaite. L. R., 11 Eq. Cas. 
515; Douglass V. Eyre, Gilp. i47 ; Raborg v. Hammond, 2 H. & G. 
42; Armstrong v. Moran, i Bradf. 314; Holcomb v. Lake, 24 N. 
J. (L.) 686 ; Sawyer v. Baldwin, 20 Pick. 373: Cornish v. Wilson, 6 
Gill, 299; Carpenter v. Bouldin, 48 Md. 122; Holcomb v. Lake, i 
Dutch. 605 ; Nevisonr/. Taylor. 3 Halst. 43; Den?/. Taylor, 2 South 
413; Den 7/. English. 2 Harr. 280; Den w. Allaire, Spen. 6 ; Ely w. 
Ely, 5 C. E. Green, 44 ; Den v. Mugway, 3 Green, 330. 

: any other. Sloan v. Whitman, 5 Cush. 333. 

liearer. In note. Mechanics' Bk. v. Straiton, 3 Abb. App. 

Dec. 269. 

either of them. In statute. Belcher v. State. 8 B. & C. 209. 

order. In cote. Mechanic's Bk. v. Straiton, 3 Abb. App. 

Dec. 269. 

othor thing. Com. t/. Dejardin, 126 IJass. 47. 

otherwise. Com. v. Rice, 9 Mete. 258, and see 2 Wheat. 119. 

agent surveyor. In appointment. Lycoming Ina. Co. v. Wood- 
worth, 83 Pa. St. 223. 



■ L.JM I n» «ii . i> m i« »' ^ " 



OR. 



248 



ORDER. 



OB — Continued. 



OBCHABD. 
OBDAINED. 



OBDEB. 




lireak enter. In statute. RoUand v. Com., 82 Pa. St. 306. 

flow of water lessened navigation impeded. In statute. 

State V. Pool, 74 N. C. 402. 
unlawful forcible entry. In statute. Winterfield v. Stauss. 

24 Wis. 394. 

In writ. Wright w. Wheatley, Cro. Eliz. 854. 

minister. In statute. Kibbie v. Antram, 4 Conn. 154. 

minister of the Gospel. In statute. Londonderry v. Chester. 

2 N. H. 268 (9 Am. Dec.) 61. 

Lormg V. lUsley. i Cal. 27 ; Belt v. Davis, i Cal. 136: Oilman v. 
Contra Costa. 8 Cal. 57; Mills v. Martin, 19 Johns. 7. 

In contract. Treat v. Stanton. 14 Conn. 445- 

In statute. Dakin v. Graves, 48 N. H. 47 : P^^P'^^/" ^°: ^6 N. Y. 
294: Shaw V. Neale. 6 H. L. Cas. 581 : Reg- v. Wilhams, 2 C. & K. 
{i; Reg. V. Carte. 1 C. & K. 74« - Reg. v. Lockett, i Leach. . 10 ; Reg. 
V Curry 2 Moody. 218; Reg. v. CuUen. 5 C. & P. "6; Reg.^/. 
Richards. Russ. ^Ry. .93; People v. Way. .0 CaK 336; McGu- 
z.. State. 37 Ala. .61 ; Com. v. Fisher. .7 Mass. 46 : ^om. J- Butte - 
ick 100 Mass. 12: State v. Cooper. 5 Day. 250; Jones 7/. State 50 
Ab.?. ; McGuire v. State. 37 Ala. 36. ; Hoskins v. State. .. Ga 
92; People z.. Shaw. 5 Johns. 236: People v. Farnng^on. uJohns^ 
348; Queen v. Herler. .7 Q- B. 230; Hinnemann v. Rosenback, 39 
N Y. 98 ; Dakin v. Graves. 48 N. H. 45- 

affboting a substantial right. In statute. Martin r;. Windsor 

Hotel Co.. 70 N. Y. loi. 

for money. In indictment. Com. f . McKean. 98 Mass. 9. 

for the deUvery of goods. In statute. Reg. v. Illedge. 2 C. & 

K. 871 ; Horton v. Stete, 53 Ala. 489- 
for the payment of money. In statute. Re Edmundson. 17 Q. 

B 68- Morant v. Taylor, i Ex. Div. 189; Com. v. Kepper, 114 

Mass 278; Evans r.. State. 8 Ohio St. .96; Rex v. Ravenscroft, 

I Russ. & Ry. 161 : Rex v. Richards, i Russ. & Ry. «94. 
involving the oonstitutionaUty of a law of this State. In 

statute. People v. Schoonmaker. 50 N. Y. 499- 
involving the merits of an action. In statute. Fairchild v. 

Dean. 13 Wis. 331: Rahn v. Gunnison. 12 Wis. 529; Johnson v. 

Eldred. 13 Wis. 483- . ^ . , 
made upon a summary appUcation after Judgment. /« 

statute. Fairchild v. Dean. 13 Wis. 331 : Johnson v. Eldred. 13 Wis 

483; Rahn v. Gunnison. 12 Wis. 529. 

or assigns. In bill of lading. Henderson v. Comptoir D Es- 

compte. L. R.. 5 P- C. C. 253. 
certificate or aUowance. In statute. State v. Grant. 74 Mo. 

36. 

in . In statute. Atfy-Gen. v. Sillem. 2 H. & C. 623. 

intermediate aflfecting the judgment. In statute. Hackett 

V. Belden. 47 N. Y. 624. . 

special made after final judgment. In statute. Wells v. An- 

thony, 35 Cal. 696. 

to the of the indorser's name. Innate. U. S. v. wmte, a 

Hill. 59 (37 Am. Dec. 374)- 



ORDER. 

It. 306. 
In statute. 

d V. Stauss, 



54. 

y V. Chester, 

; Gilman v. 



Co.. 76 N. Y. 
IS. 2 C. &K. 
;h. no; Reg. 
116; Reg. V. 
36; McGuire 
m. V. Butter- 
s V. State, 50 
State, II Ga. 
on, 14 Johns. 
(osenback, 39 

n V. Windsor 

ilass. 9. 
Hedge, 2 C. & 

undson, 17 Q. 
Kepper, 114 
Ravenscrofl, 

14. 

lis State. In 

. Fairchild v. 
9; Johnson v. 

idgment. In 
Sldred, 13 Wis- 

Dmptoir D'Es- 

Grant, 74 Mo. 



itute. Hackett 
, Wells V. An- 
S. V. White, a 



ORDERED. 



249 



ORIGIN ALL Y. 



OBDEBED. 
OBDEBS. 



any public improvement now . In statute. 

Burlington, 39 Iowa. 224. 
McDonough v. Nicholson, 46 Mo. 35. 
intermediate afltboting the merits. In statute 



Christ Church v. 



Selden v. Del. 



OBDINANCE 
OBDmABY. 



& Hud. Canal Co., 29 N. Y. 634. 

previous . '■» statute. Bull v. Pyle, 4« Md. 419- 

In statute. Strassman v. Jermon. 56 Mo. 104 ; Com. v. Turner, i Gush. 
493. 

business. Taylor v. Town of Monroe, 43 Conn. 36 : Tomlinson 

V. Town of Derby, 43 Conn. 562. 
In corporation by-law. Hoyt v. Thompson, 19 N. Y. 207. 

core R. Co. v. Sn.ith. ^^ III. 132: Neal v. Gilbert. 23 Conn. 

443; Meredith v. Reed. 26 Ind. 334: Philadelphia etc., R- Co. 7/^ 
Kerr. 25 Md. 521 ; Cr.yzer v. Taylor, .0 Gray. 274 ; Fallon .. C.ty of 
Boston. 3 Allen. 38 : Fletcher v. Boston, etc.. R. Co.. i Allen .; 
Cunningham v. Hall, 4 Allen. 268 ; Toledo, etc., R. Co. v Goddard, 
25 Ind. T85 ; Johnson v. Hudson River R. Co.. 6 Duer. 633 : Penn- 
sylvania R. Co. V. Ogier, 35 Pa. St. 60 ; Brown v. Kendall, 6 Cush. 
292; Moore v. Central R. Co., 24 N. J. (L.) 268. 

diligence. Erie Bk. v. Smith, 3 Brewst. 9. 

domestic business of family concerns. In statute. Center 

Turn. Co. v. Smith, 12 Vt. 212 ; Turnpike v. Taylor, 6 N. H. 499- 

fences. In statute. Hine v. Wooding. 37 Conn. 123. 

language. In statute. Bell t/. Yeates. 33 Barb. 627. 

negUgence. Wells v. New York Central R. Co.. 24 N. Y. i8i ; 

Moore v. Cass, 10 Kans. 288 ; Scott v. De Peyster, i Edw. 513. 

partnership. In statute. Ward v. Brandt. 11 Mart. 3*1 ('3 

Am. Dec. 352). 

process of law. In statute. Neenan v. Smith. 50 Mo. 525- 

stock. Usher v. Hiatt. 21 Kas. 548. 

trains. In statute. Turner v. R. Co., L. R., i7 Eq. Cas. 561. 

.,^y of his trade. In statute. Re Hodgson, i Ch. Div. 151. 

business or work of the callings. In statute. Amis v. Kyle, 

2 Yerg. 31- „ ^ ^. 

OBOANIZATION. perfect the . In statute. New Haven, etc.. R. Co. t;. Chap 

man, 38 Conn. 56. 
Osborne v. Farmers' Loan Co.. i6 Wis. 39: Read v. McCormick, 4 

Cal. 342. 
contractor. In statute. Hearne t/. C. & R. R. Co.. 53 Mo. 324. 

inventor. Pitts v. Hall, 2 Blatchf. 229. 

jurisdiction. Cohens v. Virginia, 6 Wheat, 396- 

owner. Simons v. Vulcan Oil Co., 61 Pa. St. 202. 

parties. In statute. Lewis v. Weisenbaum, i Mo. (App.) 22. 

process. In statute. Hotchkiss' Appeal, 32 Conn. 353- 

the . In notice. Cocks v. Chandler, L. R., 1 1 Eq. Cas. 446- 

OBIOINALLY. granted. In statute. Dalton v. Nelson, 3 Dill. 469. 

account — exceeding /;s. In statute. Pope z/. Banyard, 3 M. & 

term created. In statute. Charlton v. Sterltord. L. R., 7 C. P. 

201. 
32 



O.UaiNAL. 



mmm 



mmk 




ORPHANS. 
OBFHANS. 



OTHEB. 



250 



OTHER. 




In will. Heiss v. Murphy. 40 Wis. 276 ; Soohan v. City of Philadelphia. 

33 Pa. St. 9. 

business. In constitution. Hall v. Wells, 54 Miss. 289. 

In will. Allgood V. Blake, L. R., 7 Ex. 339; Alexander v. Greenup, i 

Munf. 134(4 Am. Dec. 541)- 

acts. In will. Cusack's Estate, 3 Brewst. 325- 

actions. In statute. Valentine v. City of Boston, 20 Pick. 201. 

and different. In plea. Brancker v. Molyneux, i Man. & G. 



710. 



In insurance policy. 



articles perishable in tjtieir own nature. 

Baker v. Ludlow, 2 Johns. Cas. 289. 

bailee. In statute. State v. Broderick, 7 Mo. (App.) 21. 

banking game. In statute. Randolph v. State, 9 Tex. 521. 

business. People Mut. Ins. Co. v. Westcott. 14 Gray, 440- 

oases. In statute. Wilson v. Sandford, 10 How. 99; Darwin v. 

Jones, 82 111. 107. 

cause. In statute. State v. McGarry, 21 Wis. 497- 

claimant. In trust deed. Schulenburg v. Magwire, 42 Mo. 381. 

crime. In constitution. Brown's Case, 112 Mass. 409 (I7 Am. 

Rep. 114)- 

devise. In statute. U. S. v. Speeden i Cranch C. C. 535. 

dues. In statute. Ayrton v. Abbott, 14 Q. B. i. 

effects. In will. Hodgson v. Jex, 2 Ch. Div. 122, 

felony. In statute. State v. Shock, 68 Mo. 552 ; State v. Brown, 

60 Mo. 141- 

fo\ir-wheel spring carriage. In statute. Housatonic. etc., 

Tp. Co. V. Frink, 15 Pick. 4435 Same v. Neil, 9 Ohio, n. 

hereditary disease. In insurance policy. Gridleyi/. North-west- 
ern Ins. Co., 14 Blatchf. 108. 

impediments. In statute. Prim v. State, 36 Ala. 246. 

instruments of writing which are required to be recorded. 

In statute. Hooker v. Hammell, 7 Nev. 233. 

insurance. In insurance policy. Allison r/. Phoenix Ins. Co., 3 

DiU. 480; Brown v. Cattaraugus Ins. Co., 18 N. Y. 385 : Mussey v. 
Atlas Mut. Ins. Co.. 14 N. Y. 79; Carpenter v. Providence Ins. Co., 
16 Peters. 495; Dahlberg v. St. Louis Mut. Ins. Co., 6 Mo. (App.) 121 ; 
^tna Ins. Co. v. Tyler, 16 Wend. 385 (30 Am. Dec. 90); Lockwood 
V. Middlesex Ins. Co.. 47 Conn. 554; Van Alstyne v. .Etna Ins. Co., 
14 Hun. 360. 

metals. In statute. Casher v. Holmes. 2 B. & Ad. 593. 

mill or mills. In contract. Phoenix Cotton Manfg Co. v. 



Hazen. 118 Mass. 350. 
moneys. In statute. 



State V. Moeller. 48 Mo. 331. 
noxious or destructive substance or liquid. In statute. 



Peo- 



ple V. Van Deleer. 53 Cal. 147. 

object. In charter. Seibert v. Cavender. 3 Mo. (App.) 423- 

office and capacity. In statute. Converse v. U. S., 21 Wall. 

463. 
_. — offices. In statute. Rex v. Hall, i B. & C. 238. 

party. In statute. State v. Farmer, 54 Mo. 439- 




Greenup, i 



Pick. 20I. 
Man. & G. 

'ance policy. 

21. 

3X. 521. 

iT, 440- 

; Darwin v. 



42 Mo. 381. 
409 (17 Am. 

"• 535- 



ite V. Brown, 

■atonic, etc., 

North-west- 

146. 

)e recorded. 

X Ins. Co., 3 
B5 ; Mussey v. 
jnce Ins. Co., 
o. (App.) 121; 
3) ; Lockwood 
Etna Ins. Co., 

593- 
lanf'g Co. V. 

t statute. Peo- 

^pp.) 423- 

J. S., 21 Wall. 



OTHER. 



i^t 



OTHERWISE^ 



OTHER — Continued. 

perils. 

322. 



In insurance policy. Gartside v. O. B. Ins. Co., 62 Mo. 



OTHEBS. 



person. In statute. State ?'. Arnold, 55 Mo. 89; State 7/. Porter.. 

26 Mo. 201 ; Lamb v. Helen, 26 Mo. 420; Wood v. Mytton, 10 Q. B. 

809; State V. Stoller, 38 Iowa, 321. 
person or persons. In statute. Sandiman v. Beach, 7 B. & C. 

100. 

proceedings. In statute. Solomon 7'. Graham, 5 El. & Bl. 324. 

proper officer. In statute. King v. Justices, 5 B. & C. 243. 

property. In statute. Bradley v, Southborough, 6 Cush. 142 ; 

Livermorew. Freeholders, 5 Dutch. 245; States/. Marshall, 13 Tex. 

purposes. In statute. St. Louis 7). Stifel, 42 Mo. 578. 

similar officers. Weld v. May, 9 Cush. 191. 

structures. In statute. Collii;s v. Drew, 67 N. Y. 149. 

surviving. In will. Re Arnold, L. R., 10 Eq. Cas. 252. 

terms. In statute. Ganet v. Wheeler, 4 Wis. 308. 

valuable thing. In statute. State v. Church, 43 Conn. 471; 

Pickett V. State, 60 Ala. 77. 
valuable things. In will. Cavendish v. Cavendish, i Cox Ch. 

77; I Brown Ch. 467. 
any game. In statute. Ellis z/. Beale, 18 Me. 337 (36 Am. Dec. 

726). 
clerical or defects. In statute. Town of Duanesburgh v. Jen- 
kins, 40 Barb. 574. 
drunkenness, profligacy or any cause. In statute. Edson v. 

Hayden, 20 Wis. 682. 
dwelling-house or building. In statute. La Crosse, etc., R. 

Co. 7A Vanderpool, 11 Wis. 120. 
incompetency, improper conduct or cause. In statute. State 

V. McGarry, 21 Wis. 406. 
locomotives and all personal property. In mortgage. Pet • 

nock V. Coe, 23 How. 117. 
mechanic, miner or person. In statute. Bevitt v. Crandall, 19 

Wis. 581. 
money, goods, efEbcts or estate. In statute. Harlow v. Tufts, 

4 Cush. 448.1 
no than such agents. In statute. Nurton v. Dickson, 5 Hurl. 

& N. 640. 
wherry, lighter or- 



craft. In statute. Reg. v. Reed, 23 L. T. 



Rep. 156 ; 28 Eng. L. & Eq. 133. 

In statute. Welch v. Seymour, 28 Conn. 387 ; Comm'rs v. Green- 
wood, I Dessau. 452 ; State v. Passiac, 7 Vroom, 382 ; Gosling v. 
Veley, 12Q.B. 328. 

not known or used by . In statute. Bartholomew v. Sawyer, 

4 Blatchf. 350. 

OTHERWISE. Robinson v. Jones, 8 Mass. 536 (5 Am. Dec. 1 14). 

In statute. Fellows v. Clay, 4 Q- B. 319 ; Haight v. McVeagh, 69 111. 
674 ; State v. Carr, 3 Mo. (App.) 9 ; Com. v. Rice, 9 Mete. 253 ; Aston 



m-"'- 



OTHERWISE. 



252 



OUT'HOUSES. 



OTHBEWISB-Contmu^ , B. & Aid. 3,8; Black .. R. Co.. 7 C. E. Gr«„, ,30; , 

C. E. Green, 455- 
In will. Lewis v. Smith, 9 N. Y. 502. 
acquired. In statute. Roberts i/. Jackson, 4 Yerg. 309 ; Hoover 

V Gregory. 10 Yerg. 45' : Gulon v. Burton, Meigs (note) 572 ; 

Towls V. Rains, 2 Heisk. 358: Penniman v. Francisco, i Heisk. 

y\. 

destroying. In will. Cheese v. Lovejoy, 2 Prob. Div. 253. 

disposed of. In statute. Ham w. State, 18 How. 126. 

used and practised. In constitution. Backus v. Lebanon, 1 1 

N, H. 19 (35 Am. Dec. 466). 

punish. In statute. Reg. v. Willmott, i B. 4 S. 40. 

direct purchase or . In statute. Downing v. Marshall, 23 N. 

Y i66 
not — — ." In deed. Thayer v. Wendell, i Gall. 37- 

or . In statute. U. S. v. Bettelun, i Woods, 655. 

not herein provided lor. In statute. Movius t/. Arthur, 5 

Otto, 147- 
Life Assn. of American. St. Louis Co., 49 Mo. 512. 

child. In will. Beck v. Metz, 25 Mo. 70. 

Warfield v. Lindell. 38 Mo. 581 ; Burch v. Houston, 75 I»- 347 : Ball v. 

Palmer, 81 111. 370; Ewingw. Burnet, 11 Pet.4i- 
In statute. Sherwood v. Waller, 20 Conn. 263. 
and . In deed Philadelphia, etc., R. Co. v. Lehigh Nav. Co., 



OUGHT. 

OUR. 

OUSTER. 



OUl'. 

36 Pa. St. 204. 

. of. In contract. Cochrane v. Green, 9 C. B. (N. S.) 465- 

of the country. In statute. Marsell v. Israel, 3 Bibb, 510. 

ofthejtirisdiction. In statute. Meyer v. Roth, 51 Cal. 582. 

of the proceeds of the first cotton ginned. In contract. 

White V. Claffin, 32 Ark. 59. 

of the State. In statute. Whitton v. Wass, 109 Mass. 43 : Sleght 

V. Kane, i Johns. Cas. 76. 

by . in statute. Allen v. Sparkhali i B. & Aid., 102. 

In insurance policy. Macy v. Wheeling Ins. Co., 9 Mete. 364 : Hancox 
V. Fishing Ins. Co.. 3 Sumner, 134; Paddock v. Franklin Ins. Co., 
II Pick. 227 ; Rogers v. Mechanics Ins. Co., i Story, 603. 

surveyor. In statute. Highway Bd. z/. Hardcasto, 19 C B. (N. 

S.) 180. 
In deed Crosse v. Raw. L. R.. 9 Ex. 209 ; Midgley v. Coppock, 4 Ex. 

Div. 309. 
In statute. Queen v. Shaw, 12 Q. B. 421- 
OUT-HOUSB. Instatute. Rex t/. Ellison, i Moody, 336 : Rex *'• Stallion. . Moody 4«>; 
OUT ttouo ^^^^^^^ ^ Inhabitants. 8 B. & C. 465 : Rex v. Winter. . Russ. & Ry. 

296 ; Rex V. Parrott, 6 C. & P. 402 ; Rex v. Jones, i C. & K. 303 : 2 
Moody, 308 ; Rex v. Taylor, i Leach, 49 : Reg- ^- Munson. 2 Cox C. 
C. 186 : Rex V. Haughton. 5 C. & P. 555 : State v. O Bnen. 2 Root. 
516 ; State v. Brooks. 4 Conn. 446. 

where people resort. Instatute. Wheelock 7/. State. 15 Tex. 

260 ; State v. Norton. 19 Tex. 102. 
OUT-HOUSES. In statute. Willoughby v. Shipman. 28 Mo. 50. 



OUTOBY. 
OUTFITS. 

OUTGOmO. 
OUTQOmOS 




OUSES. 
5n, 130; 9 

; Hoover 
lote), 572; 
I Heisk. 

'• 253- 
ebanon, i r 

lall. 23 N. 
Arthur, J 

347 : Ball V. 

fh Nav. Co., 

bb, 510. 
Cal. 582. 
In contract. 

i. 43 ; Sleght 



164 ; Hancox 
lin Ins. Co., 
03- 
19 C. B. (N. 

pock, 4 Ex. 



Moody, 400 ; 
t Russ. & Ry. 
& K. 303 ; 3 
>n, 2 Cox C. 
ien, 2 Root, 

ate, 15 Tex. 



mtiiMVrtVii 



I M^iiitr 



OUTLAW. 



253 



OWNER. 



OX7TLAW. 

OUTLAWED. 
OUTLET. 

OUTLOT, 

OUTRAQE. 
OUTWABD. 

OVER. 



OVERDRAW. 
OVERDUE. 



OVERSEER. 



OVERT. 

OVERTAEnrG. 

OWES. 

OWING. 

OWE". 



OWNED. 



OWNER. 



Ex parte Frarjks, 7 Bing. 767 ; Drew v. Drew, 37 Me. 389. 
In statute. Dale Co. v, Gunter, 46 Ala. 118. 
Drew V. Drew, 37 Me. 389. 

belonging to any house or building, fn statute. Rex v. 

Richards, Russ. & Ry. 28. 

Hammond v. St. Louis Public Schools, 8 Mo. 65 ; St. Louis v. Toney, 

21 Mo. 343; Trotter?/. St. Louis Public Schools, 9 Mo. 70. 
and indignity. McKinley v. Chicago, etc., R. Co., 44 Iowa, 314. 

mark or show of business. In deed. Evans v. Davis, 27 W. R. 

285. 

In statute. Gear v. Chicago etc., R. Co., 43 Iowa, 83 ; Newberry Turn- 
pike Co. V. Eastern R. Co., 23 Pick. 326; Boston, etc., R. Co. v. Mayor, 
2 Allen, 107 ; State v. Davenport R. Co., 47 Iowa, 507. 

sea. In statute. Gustin v. Brattle, Kirby, 299. 

that sum. In constitution. Re Burris, 66 Mo. 442. 

State V. Stimson, 24 N. J. (L.) 478. 

Hubbersty v. Manchester, etc., R. Co., 8 B. & S. 424. 

and dishonored. In statute. Seymour v. Continental Ins. Co., 

44 Conn. 306. 

In statute. Points v. Attwood, 6 C. B. 49 ; Reg. v. St. Pancros, i El. 
B. & El. S98 ; Burgess v. Boetefeur, 7 M. & G. 481. 

of apublioroad. In statute. Louisville, etc.. Turnpike Co. v. 

State, 3 Heisk. 129. 

act. In statute. Jones v. Van Zandt, 5 How. 215. 

— ship. The Pickforton Castle, 3 Prob. Div. 11. 

and is indebted. Shattuck v. People, 5 111. 478. 

debt . In statute. Hall v. Pritchett, 3 Q. B. Div. 215. 

or occupy the mill. In statute. Fitch v. Stevens, 4 Mete. 426. 

premises. In statute. State v. Wyl, 55 Mo. 67. 

use. In will. Evans v. Knorr, 4 Rawle, 68. 

at his establishment. In licente. Rubber Co. v. Goodyear, 9 

Wall. 788. 
in her right. In deed. Merrill v. Bullock, 105 Mass. 486. 

on their land. In statute. Parker v. Cutler Milldam Co., 20 

Me. 353 (37 Am. Dec. 56). 

In statute. State v. Haynes, 66 Mo. 307 ; Bartholomew v. West, 2 Dill. 

290 ; Radcliflf 7/. Wood, 25 Barb. 52. 
by them. In contract. Champion v. White, 5 Cow. 509. 

or occupied In statute. Herskell v. Bushnell, 3', Jonn. 36 (19 

Am. Rep. 299). 

In deed. Grier v. Grier, L. R., 5 H. L. 688. 

In insurance policy. Columbian Ins. Co. v. Laurence, 2 Peters, 25. 

In statute. Danfortht/. Suydam, 4 N. Y.66; Muldoon v. Pitt, 54 N. Y. 269; 
Mullins V. People, 24 N. Y. 399; Platto v. Cady, 12 Wis. 466 ; Proctor v. 
H. & St. J. R. R., 64 M ..1 13; Lyon v. Hunt, 45 Ala. 657 ; Kuhleman v. 
Schuler, 35 Mo. 142; Watson w. N. Y. C. R. R..47 N. Y. 1 57; Low v. Aus - 
tin, 20 N. Y. 181 ; Loonie v. Hogan, 9 N. Y. 435 ; Sargent v. Machias, 65 
Me. 591 ; Corbett v. Natt, 10 Wall. 464 ; Angell v. Pardington 
Vestry, 3 Q. B. 714 ; Gurdians v. Warton, 3 B. & S. 359; Blue v. 
Blue, 38 III. 9 ; Ins. Co. v. Schueller, 60 111. 465 ; Wright v. Bennet, 4 



i* 



"«»i«wM'««»K8!j«8ts*sM;jS«i}iaE3S-/ii 



It \ 

11 
li ! 



OWNER — Continued. 

Ill 258 : Ins. Co. V. Manfg Co.. 6 111. 236 ; Janot v. \ aughn. 7 I", 
s 132 ; Oueen v. Lee. 4 Q- B. Div. 75 : Queen v. Swindon. 4 Q- B. D.v. 

305 • King V. Sutton. 3 Ad. & Ell. 61 1 ; Bowditch v. Bd.. L. R.. 6 g. 
B 567 ; Wheeler v. Gray. 4 C. B. (N. S.) 595 : Eddleston v. Francs. 
7 C B (N S.) 568; Evelyn v. Whickford. 1 El. B. & El. 131 ; Ripple 
Nav. Co. V. Hargraves. 17 C. B. 385 ; Peek v. Waterlo Bd.. 2 H. & 
C 717 ; Hunt v. Harris. 19 C. B. (N. S.) 40 : U. S. v. Villalong u. 23 
Wall. 40: Hampton 7/. Rouse. 22 Wall. 263: Park t/. Willis. 2 Cranch 

C C 83 ; Davenport v. Farrar. 2 111. 3U; Smith v. Race. 7^ HI. 49° : 
Benson v. Monson. etc.. Manfg Co.. 9 Mete. 562 : Parker v. Baxter, 
2 Gray. 185; Rugglss v. Inhabitants, 11 Cush. 433; Wilder v. 
Haughey, 21 Minn. loi ; Harmon v. Munch, 21 Minn. 107 ; State v. 
Easton. etc., R. Co.. 36 N. J. (L.) 181 ; Schoff v. Improvement Co., 
57 N H. no; Smith v. Ferris. 13 N. Y. (S. C.) 553 : McDermott v. 
Palmer 11 Barb. 9; McMahon v. Tenth Ward School Officers. 12 
Abb Pr. 129: Ermul v. Kulloh. 3 Kas.499 : Chouteau t'. Thompson. 
2 Ohio St. 114; Tompkins v. Horton. 25 N. J. (Eq.) 284; North 
Pennsylvania R. Co. v. Davis. 26 Pa. St. 238 ; Davis v. Dodds. 20 
Ohio St. 473; Cook V. Montagu, L. R.. 7 Q- B. 4«8- 
• and occupier. /« ^/ea. Russell v. Shenton. 3 Q. B. 449- 

ofanymanufecturing establishment. In statute. Benson v. 

Manson Manfg Co., 9 Mete. 562. 

of land. In city charter. Whiting v. City of New Haven, 45 

Conn. 303. 

of the land. In statute. Howard r-. Robinson, 5 Cush. 122. 

of the vehicle. In statute. Camp v. Rogers. 44 Conn. 291. 



owhebs. 



or occupant. 

or occupier. 

or occupiers. 

Ex.8. 

or owners. 

any abutting 



In city ordinance. Bixler v. Hogan. 42 Mo. 367. 

In statute. Queen v. Turmine. 27 W. R. 151. 

In statute. Dawson v. Midland R. Co.. L. R., 8 



OWinSRSHIF 

OXALIC. 
OYSTER. 



In statute. Wilson v. Dickson, 2 B. & Aid. 14. 
In statute. Gilligen v. Providence. 11 R. I. 258- 

beneficial . In statute. Hirschfelder v. Mitchell. 54 Ala. 4«9- 

In statute. London School Bd. v. St. Mary, i Q. B. Div. 70. 

of land. In statute. Plumstead Bd. v. Land Co.. L. R.. 10 Q. B. 

203. 
of land in which there is a creek or inlet. In statute. Gulf 

Pond Oyster Co. v. Baldwin. 42 Conn. 255. 
of stock. /« statute. Savings Bank v. New London, 20 Conn. 

116. 
or occupants. In city charter. People v. Common Council of 

Rochester, 54 N. Y. 507. 

or proprietors. In statute. Lester v. Lobley, 7 Ad. & Ell. 129. 

part . In statute. Breck z/. Blair, 129 Mass. 127. 

entire unconditional and sole . In insurance policy. Insurance 

Co. V. Haven, 5 Otto, 242. 

acid. In contract. Josling v. Kingsford, 13 C. B. (N. S.) 447- 

layings. In deed. Scratton v. Brown, 4 B. & C. 503. 

pond. In statute. Gulf Pond Oyster Co. v. Baldwin. 42 Conn. 255. 

gpat. In plea. Mayorw. Woolvet, 12 Ad. & Ell. 13. 



SiA-iVJ*awwiE?**^»»^'' 




YSTER. 

lughn, 7 111. 
\ y. B. Div. 
L. R.. 6 Q. 
V, Francis, 
131 ; Ripple 
Bd.. 2 H. & 
illalong-i, 23 
lis, 2 Cranch 

!. 76 111.490; 
sr 7/. Baxter, 
; Wilder v. 
07 ; State v. 
vement Co., 
cDermott v. 

1 Officers, 13 
. Thompson, 
i 284; North 
V, Dodds, 20 

J.449. 

t. Benson v. 

w Haven, 45 

:ush. 123. 

'onn. 291. 
42 Mo. 367. 
\ R. 151- 
Co.. L. R., 8 

& Aid. 14. 
, II R. I. 258. 
, 54 Ala. 4>9- 
.70. 
L. R.. 10 Q. B. 

I statute. Gulf 

don, 20 Conn. 

non Council of 

d. & Ell. 129. 

icy. Insurance 

(N. S.) 447- 

;o3. 

n, 42 Conn. 255. 

>3- 



PACKAGE. 
PACKAGE. 



I'ARCEL. 



PAOKAQES. 
PACKET. 
PACKETS. 
PAID. 



PAnrrmGs. 

PAINTS. 
FALMESTRY 
PAMPHLET. 
PANEL. 



In contract. Southern Ex. Co. v. Crook, 44 Ala. 468 ; Wyld v. Pick- 
ford, 8 M. & W., 443; Lamb v. Cuindcn, etc., R. Co., 2 Daly, 454. 
box, or thing. In contract. Boskowitz v. Adatns Ex. Co., 93 

111. 523- 

single . In contract. Read v. Spauiding, 5 Bosw. 395. 

parcels or . In statute. U. S. v. Goldbach, i Hughes, 529. 

In statute. Chouteau v. Str. Anthony, 1 1 Mo. 227. 

letters and . 4 Opinions Atty.-Gcn., 276. 

and payable. Instatut: Ford v. Smedley, 12 C. B. 328. 

delivered, retained, satisfied or discharged. In statute. 

Atty.-Gen. v. Loscombe, 5 Hurl. & N. 582. 

in. In statute. Bailey v. Pittsburgh, etc.. Gas Co., 69 Pa. St. 334. 

or collected. In statute. Floyd v. State, 32 Ark. 201. 

bona fide . In statute. Queen v. Overseers, 3 B. & S. 66^. 

except the taxes shall actually have been In statute. 

Lindseyt/. Fay, 28 Wis. 177. 

he shall have . In statute. Queen v. Mayor, 10 Ad. & Ell. 68. 

moneys . In statute. St. Pancras v. St. Marylebone, 16 Q. B. 972. 

not to be within one year. In statute. Dryden i'. Kellogg, 2 

Mo. (App.) 95. 
In statute. Arthur v. Jacoby, 13 Otto, 678; Woodward?/. R. Co., 3 

Ex. Div. 121 
Smith V. Reynolds, 10 Blatchf. 100. 

, or otherwise. In statute. Monck v. Hilton, 2 Ex. Div. 268. 

In statute. U. S. v. Williams, 3 Fed. Rep. 484. 



People V. Coyodcj, 40 Cal. 586. 
PANTOMIME. In statute. Daly v. Palmer, 6 Blatchf. 264. 

PANTS. a pair of . In indictment. State v. Johnson, 30 La. Ann. 904. 

PAPER. In statute. Atty.-Gen. v. Barry, 4 Hurl. & N. 476 ; Coles 7/. Dick- 

inson, 16 C. B. (N. S.) 610. 

hangings. In statute. Heywood v. Potter, i El. & Bl. 440. 

mill. In insurance policy. Wood v. Hartford, etc., Ins. Co., 

13 Conn. 533 (35 Am. Dec. 92). 
writing. In indictment. State v. Jones, 2 McMullan (L.) 236 



PAPERS. 



PAR. 



PARALLEL. 



In will. Perkins w. 



(36 Am. Dec. 257). 
all my books and of every description. 

Mathies, 49 N. H. 107. 

value. Delafield v. State, 2 Hill, 158 ; 8 Paige, 527. 

at . In statute. Hogg's Appeal, 22 Pa. St. 479- 

currency that is at . In note. Crim v. Sellars, 37 Ga. 524, 

In patent. Clark v. Artie, 2 App. Cas. 423. 

In .'.ai:tte. St. Louis R. Co. v. North-western St. Louis R. Co., 69 Mo. 

65. 
lines. Fralt v. Woodward, 32 Cal. 219. 

PARAPHERNALIA. Vass v. Southall, 4 Ired. (L.) 301 ; Mangey v. Hungerford, 2 

Eq. Cas. Abr. 1 56. 

PARCEL. of oats. In indictment. State v. Brown, l Dev. (Law) 137 (i7 

Am. Dec. 562). 

or package. In statute. U. S. v. Goldbeck, 1 Hughes, 529. 

In statute. Whaite v. R. Co., L. R.. 9 Ex. 67. 



''lit 



\'-i\ 



mt^m^im 



PARCEL. 



256 



PARTIAL. 



PARCELS. 
PABDON. 



PABENT. 



PABI8H. 



PARCEL — Continued, 

each . In twtice of sale. Miller ta Burke, 6 Daly, 171. 

lot or . In statute, Martin ?'. Cole, 38 Iowa, 141. 

Tn statute. Rex ?'. Douglass, 1 Camp. 212. 

small . In statute. Parker v. R. Co., 6 El. & Bl. loa. 

U. S. V. Wilson, 7 Peters. 150; ex parte Wells. 18 How. 30? ; People 
V. Bowen, 43 Ciil. 440; Sterling v. Drake, 29 Ohio St. 457 ; State v. 
Nichols, 26 Ark. 93 ; Cope v. Cain, 28 Pa. St. 297 : People v. Potter, 
I Edm. 235; I Park. C. C. 47 : State v. Blalock. PhiU. (L.) 242 ; Knote 
V. U. S.. 95 U. S. 153; re DePay, 3 Ben. 308. 
In statute. Beadon v. Parlett, L. R., 6 Q. B. 718. 
In will. Ralph v. Carrick, 5 Ch. Div. ^^'). 

or guardian. In statute. .McNeil ?'. CoUenson, 130 Mass. 167. 

Ayres v. Weed, 16 Conn. 291 ; Inhabitants of Milford v. Godfrey, i 

Pick. 91 ; Queen v. Inhabitants, 12 Q. B. 161. 
In statute Reg. ■?'. Bassett, 17 Q. B. 348 : Smith v. Redding, L. R.. l 
Q. B. 489; Preston v. Buckley. L. R., 5 Q- »• 39i : Queen v. Over- 
seers, 2 B. & S. 569. 
In will. Dolan v. Macdermott, L. R., 5 Eq. Cas. 60. 

or place. In statute. Washington v. Scott, 6 B. & S. 617. 

In statute. Ex parte Knowling. 6 B. & S. 197. 
PARISHIONER. Etherington v. Wilson, i Ch. Div. 160, 

In statute. Ethering v. Wilson, L. R., 20 Eq. Cas. 606. 
Perrin v. N. Y. Cent. R. R., 36 N. Y. 1 20. 
On map. Price v. Plainfield, 40 N. J. (L.) 608. 
In statute. Lewis v. Hammond, 2 B. & Aid. 210. 

taxes. In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 1 B. & Ad. 250. 

In statute. Pinder v. Barr, 4 El. & Bl. 114- 

and vicar. In statute. King v. Lacy. 5 B. & C. 708. 

Holly V. State, 54 Ala. 238 ; Vrooman v. Weed, 2 Barb. 330, 
In deed. Bullen v. Runnels. 2 N. H. 255 (9 Am. Dec. 55). 
In will. Fulford v. Hancock, i Busb. Eq. 55. 

of a lot. In assessment. Lessee v. Long, 2 Ohio, 287. 

of an outstanding crop. In statute. Holly v. State, 54 Ala. 238; 

of a street. In charter. State v. City of Portage, 12 Wis. 565. 

of the goods so sold. In statute. Talver v. West, Holt, 178; 

Huide V. Whitehouse, 7 East. 588 ; Klurtz v. Suny, 5 Esp. 267 ; 
Gardner v. Grout, 2 C. B. (N. S.) 340; Garfield v. Paris, 96 U. S. 
557 ; Carver v. Lane, 4 E. D. Smith, 168 ; Smith t/. Milliken, 7 Lans. 
336. 
of the United Kingdom. In statute. King v. Brownell, i Ad. 

& El. 598. 

child's . Davis v. Duke, Cam. & N. 361. 

in payment thereof In statute. Artcher v. Zeh, 5 Hill, 205 ; 

Walker v. Nussey, 16 M. & W. 302. 

with. In will. Stevenson v. Glover, i C. B. 460. 

loss. In insurance policy. Singleton v. Boone Ins. Co., 45 Mo. 

251 ; Insurance Co. v. Fogarty. 19 Wall. 640; Padelford v. Board- 

man, 4 Mass. 548; Wadsworth v. Pacific Ins. Co., 4 Wend. 33; 



PARISHES. 



PARK. 
PAROCHIAL. 
PARSON. 
PART. 



PARTED. 
PARTIAL. 



PARTIAL. 



I. 



307 ; People 
457 ; State v. 
)ple V. Potter, 
,.) 342 ; Knote 



30 Mass. 167. 
V, Godfrey, i 

ding, L. R., l 
ueen v. Over- 



& S. 617. 



PA R TIAL. 



m 



PARTY, 



d. 250. 

>8. 

530. 

5). 

287. 

ate, 54 Ala. 238; 

i, 12 Wis. 565. 

est, Holt, 178 ; 
y, 5 Esp. 267; 
Paris. 96 U. S. 
illiken, 7 Lans. 

Brownell, i Ad. 



;h, 5 Hill, 205 1 



ns. Co., 45 Mo. 
ilford V. Board- 
I., 4 Wend. 33; 



50; American Ins. Co. v. 



itiut. 



PARTIAL - Continued. 

Globe Ins. Co. %>. Sherlock, 25 Ohio St. 
Griswold, 14 Wend. 399. 

verdiot. U. S. v. Watk ins, 3 Crunch C. C. 496. 

PARTIC3IPATB. /// ■will. Robertson v. Fraser, L. R., 6 Ch. App. 696. 

PABTICUIiAIt aooount. In insurance policy. Bunistead v. Dividend 

Ins. Co., 12N. Y. 81. 

aooount of suoh loss or damage. In insurance policy. Catlin 

V. Springfield, etc.. Ins. Co., i Sumner, 435. 

average. In contract. Kidston v. Ins. Co. L. R., i C. P. 535. 

/// insurance Micy. Kidston v. Empire Ins. Co., L. R., i C P. 535 ; 
Great Indian R. Co. v. Saunders. 1 B. & S. 50 ; 2 B. & S. 274: 
Bargett v. Orient Mut. Ins. Co., 3 Bosw. 385 ; Pierce v. Columbian 
Ins. Co., 14 Allen, 320. 

ohargeB. In agreement. Kidston v. Ins. Co., L. R., i C. P. S3S' 

lien. Brooks ly. Bryce, 21 Wend. 14. 

gervioes. In constitution. Buckman v. State, 59 Ind. i ; Dills v. 

^ State, 59 Ind. 15. 

furnished for a purpose. Harlem Car Co. v. Mayor of New 

York. 33 N. Y. 309. 

PABTIOXJLABLY. set forth. In statute. Perkins w. Dibble, 10 Ohio, 433 (36 

Am. Dec. 97). 

FABTIOULABS. of estate and interest. In statute. Healey ?/. R. Co., 5 B. 

& S. 780. 
Robbins v. Chicago, 4 Wall. 657 ; Parker v. Parker, 103 Mass. 172. 
In statute. Blood v. Fairbanks, 50 Cal. \20. 

conoemed. In statute. King v. Justices, i B. & Aid. 638. 

to suoh proceeding. In statute. Austin v. Olson, 9 B. & S. 47- 

to the contract. In statute. H. & St. L. R. R. v. St. Louis 

Public Schools, 34 Mo. 177. 
Weiser v. Weiser. 5 Watts, 279. 

or wholly completed. In statute. McCandless' Appeal, 70 

Pa. St 210. 
McGee v. Dowdle, 33 Ark. 311. 

dormant . Jones v. Fegely, 4 Phi la. i. 

PABTNEBSHIP. Simpson v. Feltz, i McCord Ch. 213 (16 Am. Dec. 602) ; Houze v. 
Patterson, 53 Ala. 205 ; Randle v. State, 49 Ala. 14; Dawson v. Gin- 
ley, 22 Ark. 381 ; Sloo v. Law, 3 Blatchf. 459; Cox v. Hickman, 8 
H. L. 268 ; Gray v. Palmer, 9 Cal. 616; Beecham v. Dodd, 4 Houst 
338 ; Pickerell v. Fisk, 1 1 La. Ann. 277 ; Boeklin v. Hardenberg, 
60 N. Y. 8; Porter v. McClure, 15 Wend. 187 ; Leggett 7a Hyde, 
58 N. Y. 272 ; Loomis v. Marshall, 12 Conn. 7°: Howell v. Harvey, 
5 Ark. 270. 

general Eldredge v. Troost, 3 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 20 ; Bigelow v. 

Elliott, I Cliff. 28. 

limited Bigelow v. Elliott, i Cliff. 28. 

special . Bigelow v. Elliott, i Cliff. 28. 

of a dollar. In statute. U. S. v. Gardner. 10 Pet. 618. 

Hunt V. Haven, 52 N. H. 162; Robinson v. Frost. 14 Barb. 536; Rich 



PABTIES. 



PABTinON. 
FABTLY. 

PABTNEB. 



PABTS. 
PABTY. 



V. Husson, 4 Sandf. 115 ; Austin v. Fuller, 12 Barb. 360; Parsons w. 



83 



I 



PARTY. 



258 



PASS. 



PARTY — Continued. 

People, 21 Mich. 509; DouK'assT'. Gardner. 63 Me. 462 ; Merchants' 
Bk. V. Cook, 4 Pick. 405; Walker v. Hill, 21 Me. 481 ; Robbins v. 
City of ChicaRo. 4 Wall. 657 ; Burr v. Bigler, 16 Abb. Pr. 177 ; Taber 
V. Gardner, 6 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 147. 

In lonstitittion. Cooke v. Cooke, 4' Md. 362. 

Imhrd. Ciitfordz^. Hoare, L. R., 9C. P. 363- 

In statute. Western Bk. 7a Talinian. 15 Wis 92; Livermore z/. Bain- 
bridge, 49 N. Y. 12s ; PeckTA Mayor of N. Y., 3 N. Y. 489; Mollis 
V. Davis, 56 N. H. 74; Fenwitk v. Laycock, ? Q. B. 108; Salt- 
marsh V. Candia, 51 N. H. 71 ; Marrion v. Lambert, 10 Bush, 295; 
Green v. Hudson River R. Co., 31 Barb. 260 ; 32 B.irb. 25 ; Merchants* 
Bk. V. Cook, 4 Pick. 405; Farrar v. Parker. 3 Allen, 556; New 
Brunswick Steam Co. v. Baldwin, 14 N. J. (L.) 44° ". Lovett r*. Steam 
Saw-mill Assn., 6 Paige, 54 ; Archer v. Heiman, 21 Ind. 29 ; Sheldon 
V. Quinlen, 5 Hill, 441 ; People v. Croton Aqueduct Board, 5 Abb. 
Pr. 316; Snyder v. Neefus, 53 Barb. 63; Rupp v. Swineford, 40 
Wis. 28; re Comstock, 3 Sawyer, 518. 

aggiieved. In statute. Verdin v. Wray, 2 Q. B. Div. 609; ex 

parte Hutchins, 4 Q. B. Div. 90; ex parte Davidson. 18 C. B. 310; 
Martin v. Kanouse, 2 Abb. Pr. 390; Farrar v. Parker, 3 Alkn, 556; 

benefloially interested. In statute. Hyatt v. Allen, 54 Cal. 

353. 
decided against. In statute. Abbott v. Feary, 6 Hurl. & N. 1 1 5. 

demanding an appeal. In statute. Van Campen w. Ribble, 

17 N. J. (L.) 433 ; Jackson v. People's Bk., 9 N. J. (Eq.) 20,. 

grieved. In statute. HoUis v. Marshall, 2 Hurl. & N. 760. 

in interest. In statute. Baucum v. George, 65 Ala. 266. 

interested. In statute. Re Leadbitter, 27 W. R. 267. 

prevailing. In statute. Hawkins v. Nowland, 53 Mo. 328. 

really interested. In statute. Yerby 7/. Sexton, 48 Ala. 311. 

suing forth the writ. In statute. King v. Justices, 3 R & 

Adol. 887. ,- ill 
to the action. /« statute. Owens v. Gotzian, 4 Dill. 436; 

Montgomery Count, Jk. v. Marsh, 7 N. Y. 483 ; Seeley v. Clark. 

78 N. Y. 220; Penn 7/. Watson, 20 Mo. 13; Stein ?'. Weidman, 20 

Mo. 17 ; Woods v. De Figaniere, i Robt. 607. 
to the proceedings. In statute. Robinson v. Vanderberg Co., 

37 Ind. 333. 

any . In statute. People v. Judge, 36 Mich. 331. 

each . In statute. Snodgrass v. Hunt, 15 Ind. 274; Hundhau- 

sen w. Atkins, 36 Wis. 518; Strob 7A Hinckman. 37 Mich. 490. 

either In statute. Sheldon 7/. Quinlen, 5 Hill, 44'- 

real in interest. In statute. Webb v. Morgan, 14 Mo. 429; 

Williams v. Whit'.ock, 14 Mo. 553 ; Spratleyr/. Hartford Ins. Co., i 
% Dill. 392 ; Van Rensselear v. Barringer, 39 N. Y. 9. 

PASS. In contract. North Missouri R. Co. v. Winkler, 29 Mo. 318. 

In statute. U. S, v. Mitchell, Baldw. 366; Perdue v. State, 2 Humph. 

494; Lovejoyw. Dolan, 10 Cush. 499; Grant v. Henly, 64 Mo. 162; 

U. S. V. Nelson, i Ab^). (U. S.) 135 ; Com. v. Starr, 4 Allen, 301 ; 

, Gentry v. State, 3 Yerg. 451 ; State v. Beeler, i Brev. 482 ; Com. v. 

Searle, 2 Binney, 332, 



tro:jij» ! '»f-Jt.)t i jai"i.ji! 



.Uiai i aai':. i aw iii :;i !it iil^l.<aiiW'Wi'' ' JJ" 



i .»jmiu.na. ' i.» J-i^wtMui .1 



y.«i.,-iMi-im..-li-.. 



- ' ■;lb^J^^.-^v ' Awt,^^■^^**'ftW^^* 



PASS. 



2 ; Merchants' 

; Robbins ?/, 

Pr. 177; Taber 



more v. Bain- 
y. 489; Hullis 
B. 108; SalU 
10 Bush, 295; 
5 ; Merchants' 
!r,, 556; New 
,«vett T*. Steam 
]. 29; Sheldon 
Board, 5 Abb. 
Swinetbrd, 40 

i. Div. 609; ex 

1. 18 C. B. 310; 

3 Allk.1i, 556; 

Allen, 54 Cal. 

Hurl.&N. 115. 
)en V. Ribble, 
Eq.) 20j. 
& N. 760. 
kla. 266. 
267. 

3 Mo. 328. 
48 Ala. 311. 
stices, 3 E & 

I, 4 Dill. 436: 
eley v. Clark, 
/. Weidman, 20 

anderberg Co., 



274; Hundhau- 
^ich. 490. 

HI. 

n, 14 Mo. 429; 

brd Ins. Co., i 

>. 3'8- 

tate, 2 Humph, 
ly, 64 Mo. 162 ; 
r, 4 Allen, 301 ; 
'. 482 ; Com. V. 



PASSAGE. 



259 



PAVE. 



FASSAOE. Winter v. Carter, 3 Y.»uii«c \- J. 31 j ; Wortman?-. Philadelphia, 33 Pa. 

St. 202, 
of this act. Initattitt'. Eliot 7'. Cranston, 10 R, I. 88 ; Johnson 

V. Fay, 16 (J ray. I44- 

room. Burdover v. Sindercomhe, 2 Ld. Ray. 1470. 

forty days from its . In statute. Lo^aii ?'. State, 3 Hcisk. 44a. 

from and after tho of the act. In statitt,'. U. S. v. Williams, 

I Paine, 361. 
on her . In insurance policy. Uowcn 7'. Hope Ins. Co., 20 Pick. 

275 (32 Am. Dec. 214). 

prior to its . In statute. Charless v. Lamberson, 1 Iowa, 435. 

publio or place built upon. In statute. Arnell v. Regents' 

Canal Co.. 14 C. B. 566. 
FASSENOEB. Tn statute. Connor v. C, R. I. & P. R. R.. 59 Mo. 285; Schultz w. 
Pacific R. R., 36 Mo. 13 ; Higgins v. H. & St. Joe R. R., 36 Mo. 418 ; 
Com. V. Boston, etc., R. Co.. 129 Mass. 500 (37 Am. Rep. 382) ; Penn- 
sylvania R. Co. V. Price, 23 Alb. L. J. 69; U. S. ?'. Libby, i Woodb. 
& M. 221 ; Sherman v, Hannibal, etc.. R. (!o., 72 Mo. 65. 
FASSENQERS. In statute. U. S. v. The Louisa Barbour. Gilp. 333 ; Ellis v. Pearce, i 
El. B. & Ei. 457 ; Portsmouth Bridge Co. v. Nance, 6 Man. & G. 
233. 

barge carrying . In statute. Transportation Co. v. Cooper, 9 

Otto, 79. 

FASSES. on condition that the canal through the town. In contract. 

Stute V. Collins. 6 Ohio. 142. 
FASSINa. U. S.v. Mitchell, Baldw. 366. 

of the act. In statute. Re Dalzell, 2 Ch. Div. 9. 

the decree. In Supreme Court rules. Silsby v. Foote, 20 How. 



293- 
after the 



FAST. 



FATEWT. 



FATTBRNS. 



FAUFEB. 



B. Div. 230. 
— members. 



FAUFERS. 
FAVE. 



of the act. In statute. Tomlinson v. Bullock, 4 Q. 

In statute. Webb v. Whiffin, L. R., 5 H. L. 711, 
Helbert v. Barmer, L. R., S H. L. 28. 

now . In indictment. Com. v. Griffin, 3 Cush. 523. 

Cheavin v. Walker, 5 Ch. Div. 850; Patterson v. Tatum, 3 Sawyer, 
172. 

fuel. In insurance policy. Howard v. Great Western Ins. Co., 

109 Mass. 384. 

In insurance policy. Lowell v. Westchester Ins. Co., 124 Mass. 418; 
Wallingford v. Southampton, 16 Conn. 435 ; McCarthy y. Hin- 
man, 35 Conn. 542. 

In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 13 Q. B. 873 ; New Milford v. Sher- 
man, 21 Conn. 116, Lee Co. 7/. Lackie, 30 Ark. 768; La Salle Co. v. 
Reynolds, 49 III. 186; Walbridge v. Walbridge, 46 Vt. 617; Whit- 
ing's Case, 3 Pitts. 129; Opinion of the Justices, 11 Pick. 538; 124 
Mass. 596 ; Hutchings v. Thompson, 10 Cush. 238. 

of your town. In notice. Town of Beacon Falls v. Town of 

Seymour, 46 Conn. 281. 

In statute. Re Phillips, 60 N. Y. 16 ; Hooe v. Mayor, i Cranch C. C. 
98; Warren v. Henly, 31 Iowa, 31 ; Smith v. Corporation, 20 How. 

>35. 




;1— 



,. -mi*1j«W> " u jj* ij> a ig » ' . '^ . i .- '' . *' ! ''* 'l 




i 



li i 



FA VEMENT. 

PAVEMENT. 
PAY. 



260 



PEACEABLE. 



PAYABLE. 



PAYEE. 

PAYING. 
PAYMENT. 



PAYMENTS. 



PEACE. 
PEACEABLE 



In statute. Re Grube, 20 Hu 1, 303. 

Tolman 7/. Manufacturers' Ins. Co.. i Cush. 75; Beals z/. Home Ins. 

Co., 36 N. Y. 522; Lent v. Hodgman, 15 Barb. 274. 
In statute. Pennell v. Rhodes. 9 Q. B. 128. 

and disbiirse. In assignment. Nichols v. McEwan, 17 N. Y. 22. 

or put off. In statute. Rex v. Woolridge, i Leach. 367 ; i East 

P. C. 179- 

ovor. In will. Going v. Emery. 16 Pick. 107 (26 Am. Dec. 645). 

the loss. In insurance policy. Talman v. Manufacturers' Ins. 

Co., I Cush. 73. 
to account of. In promissory note. Lee v. Chillicothe Bk., i 

Biss. 325. 
In deed. Day v. Radcliffe. 3 Ch. Div. 654 ; i^Ifssy v. Lloyd, 10 H. L. 

Cas. 248 
In will. Ralph v. Carrick. 5 Ch. Div. 989 : Haydon v. Rose. L. R., 10 

Eq. Cas. 224. 

as convenient. In contract. Black v. Bachelder, 120 Mass. 171. 

in cash or work. In note. Schlusser v. Watson. 37 Ala. 98. 

in trade. In contract. Dudley v. Vose, 1 14 Mass. 34. 

monthly. In pleading. Webster v. Cook, 38 Cal. 423- 

In statute. Hall v. Byrne. 2 111. 140- 

in good ftiith and for valuable consideration. In statute. 

Re Meldrum, L. R., 9 Ch. App. 595 : « Crawford. L. R.,9 Ch. App. 

752- 
for the said goods. In charter-party. Smith v. Sieveking, 4 

El. & Bl. 952. 

thereout. In will. Seal v. Tichener. 2 Dick. Ch. 444. 

Wise V. Falkner. 4', Ala. 471 : City of Hartford v. Francy, 47 Conn. 76 ; 

Blancharrt v. Blanchard. 122 Mass. 558 ; First Nat. Bk. 7/. Whitman. 

94 U S. 343 ; Bloodworth v. Jacobs, 2 La. Ann. 24 ; Rhodes v. 

Chesson, Busb. (L.) 336; Bailey v. Pittsburg, etc., R. Co.. 69 Pa. St. 

334; Manice v. Hudson River R. Co., 3 Duer, 4-^6 ; Brady v. Was- 

son! 6 Heisk. 131 ; Atchison v. Lee, 75 Ind. 132. 
In plea. Maillard v. Duke of Argyle, 6 Man. & G. 40. 
In statute. Blount z/. Windley. 5 Otto, 173; Hooper w. Stephens, 4 

Ad & El 71 ; Archer v. James, 2 B. & S. 76; Bean v. Brockmire, i 

Dill. 24; Hopkins 7/. Forrester. 39 Conn. 354; Turney v. Dodwell, 

3 El. & Bl. 137- 
^-— of his debts in ftdl. In statute. Hardwick v. Brown, L. R., 8 

C. P. 406. 

in In statute. U. S. v. Venable, i C ranch C. C. 416. 

in of the above account. In note. Glenn v. Smith, 2 Gill & 

J. 493 20 Am. Dec. 453). 

bona flde made. In statute. Willis v. Bk., 4 Ad. & El. 21. 

to the original contractor. In statute. Gridley^'. Sumner. 43 

Conn. 14. 
previous made thereon. In insurance policy. McKee 7/. Phoe- 
nix Ins. Co., 28 Mo. 383. 

ten days after is made. Chapman v. Wacaser, 64 N. C. 532. 

possession. L-t statute. Spencer v. McDonald, 22 Ark. 467. 



•!,»m,!«HIJl-!l,l'M»«~ 



tmm 




PEACEABLE. 



Is V. Home Ins. 



;wan, 17 N. Y. 22. 
each, 367 ; i East 

26 Am. Dec. 645). 
inufacturers' Ins. 

:hillicothe Bk., i 

V. Lloyd, 10 H. L. 

V, Rose, L. R., 10 

ier, 120 Mass. 171. 
on, 37 Ala. 98. 
lass. 34. 
Cal. 423. 

tion. In statute, 
, L. R.,9Ch.App. 

ith V. Sieveking, 4 

Ch. 444. 

ancy, 47 Conn. 76 ; 
It. Bk.t/. Whitman, 
inn. 24 ; Rhodes v. 
., R. Co.. 69 Pa. St. 
?.6 ; Brady v. Was- 

^o. 

perw. Stephens, 4 
n V. Brockmire, i 
urney v. Dodwell, 

V. Brown, L. R., 8 

:. c. 416. 

1 V. Smith. 2 Gill & 

4 Ad. & El. 21. 
ridley^'. Sumner, 43 

V. McKee v. Phoe- 

.ser, 64N. C. 532. 
aid, 22 Ark. 467. 



PEARLS. 
PEBBLES. 
PECULIAB. 
PECUNIARY 



PEDDLER. 

PEDIGREE, 

PEDLAR. 

PEDLERS. 
PENAIi. 

PENALTIES. 
PENALTY. 



PENCIL. 
PENDING 



/« wili. Attorney-General v. Harley, 5 Russ. 256. 

for spectacles. In statute. Arthurs. Sussfield, 6 Otto, 129. 

name. In statute. F^lkenberg v. Lucy, 35 Cal. 52. 

consideration. In statute. Cumberland v. Kell}', 3 B. &Adol. 

602 ; Frost v. Frost, 3 B. & Adol. 612 ; Phelps v. Thomas, 6 Gray, 

327- 
— consideration or money's worth. In statute. Evatt v. Hutt, 

2 El. & Bl. 378. 
injuries. In statute. Bierbauer v. R. Co., 1 5 Hun, 559 ; Chicago, 

etc., R. Co. V. Bayfield, 37 Mich. 203, 
interest. Stoddard v. Martin, i R. I. i (19 Am. Dec. 642); 

Burdine v. Grand Lodge, 37 Ala. 478. 

provision. In statute. Davis v. Davis, 61 Me. 395. 

Higgins V. Rinker, 47 Tex. 402 ; State v. Wilson, 2 Lea, 28. 
Apierican Life Ins. Co. v. Rosenagle, 77 Pa. St. 507. 

In statute. King z/. Turner, 4 B. & Aid. 515; Dean v. King, 4 B. & 
Aid. 518; Gregg v. Smith, L. R., 8 Q. B. 302 ; Howard v. Lupton L. 
R., 10 Q. B. 598. 

In statute. People v. MulhoUand, 19 Hun, 548 ; City of Chicago v. 
Bartee, 100 111. 61. 

judgments. In statute. Moody?/. Stephenson, i Minn. 401. 

laws. Jn constitution. Common Council v. Fairchild, i Ind. 

315 ; People v. Bay City, 36 Mich. ;86. 

sum. In contract. White v. Arlett, i Bond, 326. 

In statute. Sexton v. C, R. I. & P. R. R., 55 Mo. 416 ; Hudson v 

St, L., K. C. & N. R. R., S3 Mo. 525 ; Graham v. Robinson, L. R., 2 

Q. B. 390; U. S. V. McGinness, i Abb. (U. S.) 145. • 

Henry r/. Thompson, Minor, 209; U. S.v. Chouteau, 12 Otto, 611 ; 

Kinney v. Hosea, 3 Harr. (Del.) 77 ; Merchar s' Bk. v. Bliss, 13 Abb. 

Pr. 225 ; U. S. V. Ulrici, 3 Dill 532 ; ex parte McNeil, 13 Wall. 236 ; 

Danforth v. Charles, i Dakota Terr. 286. 
In statute. Howe v. Taylor, 6 Oregon, 284 ; Davies v. Pentoi., C L>. & 

C. 225. 
or forfeiv ire, pecuniary or otherwise. In statute. Raymond 

V. U. S.. 14 Blatchf. 51 

WJ 'ing. Gear., v. Physic. 7 D. & R. 653 (j B. & C. 234. 



Wentworth v. Farmington, 48 N. H. 207 ; Ulshaferw. Stewart, 71 Pa. 

St. 170. 
In constitution. Weyman v. Childs, 41 N. Y. 159. 
In statute. Littleficld v. Deiuware Canal '"o., 3 Cliff. 371 ; Laurence v. 
Belger, 31 Ohio St. 175. 

a settlement. In statute. Bacon w. Thorp, 27 Conn. 251. 

action is . In statute. Holland v. Fox, 3 El. & Bl. 985. 

proceeding . In statute. Graham v. Robinson, L. R., 2 Q. B. 390. 

.Bdit . In statute. Ex parte Mumsford, $6 Mo. 603. 

PEHTTENTIARY. Millar v. State, 2 Kas. 174. 

PEOPLE. U. S. V. Quincy. 6 Pet. 445. 

of the county /« statute. St. Louis w. Griswold, 58 Mo. 175. 

PER. Presdridge 71. Invin, 46 Ala. 653. 



FEB — Continued. 

In insurance policy. McClurew.Mississippi Valleylns.Co., 4Mo.(App.) 

148. 
: agreement. In bill. Robinson v. Weil, 45 N. Y. 810. 

capita. In will. Gibson v. Fisher, L. R., 5 Eq. Cas. 57. 

month. In contract. Taylor v. Laird, i Hurl.& N. 272. 

procuration. In bill of lading. Grant i/. Norway, 10 C. B. 666. 

sample. In contract. Parker r/. Palmer, 4 B. & Aid. 389. 

stirpes. Gibson v. Fisher, L. R., 5 Eq. Cas. 57. 

In will. Ward v. Stow, 2 Dev. (Eq.) 509. 

ton mile. In statute. Pryce v. R. Co., 4 Apr. Cas. 197. 

year. In contract. Curtiss v. Howell, 39 N. Y- 211. 

Mosier v. Caldwell, 7 Nev. 363. 

In indictment. Gibson v. Com., 2 Va. Cas. in. 

In contract. Mallan v. Radloff. 17 C. B. (^N ? -00. 

equity. In statute. Shaw v. Lin. iscy. 60 Ala. 344. 

title In charter. Warner z/. Middlesex, etc., R. Co., 21 Conn. 

445- 



PEBCOLATE. 

PEBCITSSIT. 

PERFECT. 



PEBFECTING. 
VESCEOBXrED. 



PEBFOBMING 
PEBILS. 



■ a road. In statute. Whitenach w. Tunison, t F r. 77. 



hi'! 



In statute. Boydell v. Drummond, 11 East, 142 ; Sharp v. Rheil, 55 

Mo. 97. 
acted or represented. In statute. Daly v. Palmer, 6 Blatchf. 

264. 

the duties. In statute. Queen v. Ets e. s y. B. 936. 

of navigation. In hill of lading. The Mohawk, 8 Wall. 153. 

of rivers. In insurance policy. Citizens' Ins. Co. z/. Glasgow, 9 

Mo. 411. 

cf the lakes. In marine policy. Matthews v. Howard, 11 N, Y. 9. 

of the river. In bill of lading. Collier v. Valentine, 1 1 Mo. 299; 

Garrison v. Ins. Co., 19 How. 312 ; Jones v. Pitcher, 3 Stew. & P. 

I3S- 
of the sea. In bill of lading. Van Syckel v. The Ewing, Crabbe, 

495: Laurence T/. Minturn, 17 How. 100; The Portsmouth, 2 Biss. 

56 : The Milwaukee Belle, 2 Biss. 197 ; Nemours v. Vance, 19 How. 

162; Crosby 7/. Fitch, 12 Conn. 410; The Costa Rica, 3 Sawy. 538 ; 

Speyer v. The Mary Belle Roberts, 2 Sawy. i ; The Miletus. 5 

Blatchf. 335 ; The Mohawk, 8 Wall. 153; The Edwin, i Spiague, 

477 ; Bulkleyw. Naumkeak Cotton Co.. i CHfF. 222; 24 How. 386; 

The' Compta. 4 Sawy. 375: The Northern Belle, i Biss. 529; 

Dupontde Nemours v. Vance. 19 How. 162 ; The Reeside, 2 Sumn. 

567 ; Patrick v. Hallett, i Johns. 241 ; The Gold Hunter. Blatchf. 

300 ; Ge^ v. Terrell, 9 Allen, 307, 
In bond. U. S. v. Dixy, 3 Wash. C. C. i5- 

of these*. In insurance policy. Fletcher^-. Inglis, 2 B. & Aid. 

316; Slater T'. Hayward Rubber Co.. 26 Conn. 143; Union Ins. Co. 
V. Groom. 4 Bush. 293 . Potter v. Suffolk Ins. Co., 2 Sumner. 197 ; 
Nelson v. Suffolk Ins. Co.. 8 Cush. 477 ; Hazard v. Ins. Co., i Sum- 
ner, 3-i8 , 8 Peters, 557 : Bellingham v. Clark, i B. & S. 336 lonides 
V. I nivfirssii Ins. Co,, 14 C. B. (N. S.i 295 ; Lawrence v. Aiaerdein, 
5 B. & Aid. 1 10 ; Koster v. Reed. 6 B. 4C C. 12 : Tysen v. W -ore, 56 
Barb. 442; Coles v. Marine Ins. Co.. . Wash, 159; FUtning v. 



PERILS. 



Co., 4M0. (App.) 

Y. 810, 

. Cas. 57. 

& N. 272. 

ray, 10 C, B. 666. 

& Aid. 389. 



Apr. Cas. 197- 
. 211. 



344- 
R. Co., 21 Conn. 

T V r. 77. 
Sharp V. Rheil, 55 

Palmer, 6 Blatchf. 

y. B. 936. 
rlc,8 Wall. 153. 
, Co. V. Glasgow, 9 

Hloward, 11 N. Y. 9. 
lentine, 11 Mo. 299; 
her, 3 Stew. & P. 

rhe Ewing, Crabbe, 

Portsmouth, 2 Biss. 

s V. Vance, 19 How. 

Rica, 3 Sawy. 538 ; 

I ; The Miletus, 5 

Edwin, I Spiague, 

". 232; 24 How. 386 ; 

Belle, I Biss. 5.19; 

le Reeside, 2 Sumn. 

)ld Hunter. Blatchf. 



. Inglis, 2 B. & Aid. 
43; Union Ins. Co. 
Co., 2 Sumner, 197 ; 
d V. Ins. Co., I Sum- 

B. & S. 336 lonides 
wrence v. Aiaerdein, 

Tysen v. M ;ore, 56 
5h. 159; FUniing ?', 



FxuHOD. 
PERIODICAL. 



FEBJUBY. 



PEBUiS— Continued. 

Marine Ins. Co., 4 Whart. 59; Washington Mut. Ins. Co. v. Reed, 
20 Ohio St. 199; Peters v. Warren Ins. Co., 14 Peters, 99: Plaisted 
V. Boston, etc., Nav. Co.. 27 Me. 132; Dent v. Smith, 10 B. & S. 
• 251 ; Gabay v. Lloyd, 3 B. & C. 793 ; Sherwood v. General Mut. Ins. 

Co., 1 Blatchf. 251 ; Anthony v. .^tna Ins. Co., 1 Abb. (U. S.) 343 
In statute. State v. Strauss, 49 Md. 294. 

payments. In statute. Re Cox, 9 Ch. Div. 159; re Griffith. 12 

Ch. Div. 655. 
PERISHABLE. In statute. Webster z/. Peck, 31 Conn. 495. 

goods. In insurance policy Robinson v. Commonwealth Ins. 

Co., 3 Sumner, 223. 
In statute. Henister v. Friedman, 5 Pa. L. J. 147 ; Fisk v. Spring, 14 
Cent. L. J. 121. 

property. In contract. Illinois, etc., R. Co. v. McClellan, 54 

111. 58. 
In will. Dugans v. Livingston, 15 Mo. 231. 

I^ioies in their own nature. In insurance policy. Astor v. 

Union Ins. Co., 7 Cow. 202. 
Queen v. Tomlinson; L. R., i C. C. R. 49 : U. S. v. Elliott, 3 Mason, 1 56 ; 
State V. Kirkpatrick, 32 Ark. 117; Nelson v. State, 32 Ark. 193; 
Hood V. State, 44 Ala. 81 ; Com. 7^. Powell, 2 Mete. (Ky.) 10; Coth- 
ran v. State. 39 Miss. 541 ; Hamm v. Wickline, 26 Ohio St. 81 ; 
Com. V. Smith, 11 Allen, 243; U. S. v. Babcock, 4 McLean, 113; 
State V. Whittemore, 50 N. H. 245; U. S. v. Moore. 2 Lowell. 232; 
Henry v. Hamilton. 7 Blackf 506; State v. Wakefield, 73 Mo. 554; 
Carpenter v. State, 4 How. (Miss.) 163 (34 Am. Dec. 116). 
Haskell v. Madison University, 8 Barb. 174. 

abode. In statute. Turner v. Irwin, 78 111. 170. 

agent. In statute. Armstrong v. U. S., Gilpin, 420. 

policy. Baptist Church v. Brooklyn Fire Ins. Co., rfi N. Y. 153. 

sickness. In statute. Duke v. Cranshay, L. R., i C. P. 700. 

sidewalks. In statute. City of Lowell v. French, 6 Cush. 223. 

solicitor. In contract. Elderton v. Emmens, 4 C. B. 480. 

PERMANENTLY. In contract. Perry r/. Wheeler, 12 Bush. 541. 

In statute. Newton v. Mahoney Co., 26 Ohio St. 316. 

established. // statute. Newton v. Commrs.. 10 Otto. 549. 

located. In dad. Mead v. Ballard. 7 Wall. 290. 

not to be disturbed without the . In deed. McClanahan v. 

Schucker, 45 Mo. 28c, 
Loosey 7'. Orser, 4 Bosw. 391. 
In contract. Bennett v. Kennedy, 7 Wend. 163. 

him to escape. In statute. Warberton v. Woods, 6 Mo. 8. 

swine to go upon any sidewalk. /;/ statute. Com. v. Curtis, 

9 Allen, 266. 

the same. In deed. Plumb v. Jubbs, 41 N. Y. 443- 

as ftir as the ice wiU In contract. Vanderslice v. Newton, 4 

N. Y. 130. 
In statute. Huxham v. Wheeler, 3 H. & C. 80. 
drunkenness. In statute. Warden v. Tye, 2 C. P. Div. 74. 



PERMANENT. 



PERMISSION. 
PERMIT. 



PERMITS. 




t' '' 



PERMITTED. 



Ztif 



PERSON 



PEBPBTUITY. 

PERSIST. 

PERSISTED. 

PERSON. 



PERMITTED. or suffered. In deed. Hobson v. Middleton, 6 B. & C. 295. 

PERPETRATION, in the ■ of burglary. In statute.- Bissot v. State, 53 Ind. 

408. 
PERPETRATOR. In statute. Philo v. Illinois, etc., R. Co., 33 Iowa, <?.?■ 

PERPETUAL. sucoession. In charter. Fairchild v. Masonic Hall Assn., 71 

Mo. 526 ; Scanlan v. Cranshaw. 5 Mo. (App.) 337. 
Ould V. Washington Hospital, 5 Otto, 312. 

in his claim. In statute. Godfrey 7/. Eamos, i Wall. 317. 

in his endeavors. Instatute. Huidekopert/. Douglasa, i Wash. 

C. C. 259. 
In statute. Douglas v. Mail Co., 4 Cal. 304 ; Sanders v. Olhausen, 51 
Mo. 163; State V. Jackson, 51 Mo. 198; Proctor v. H. & St. Joe R. 
R., 64 Mo. 1 13 ; Connor v. C, R. I. & P. R. R., 59 Mo. 285 ; Schultz 
V. Pacific R. R., 36 Mo. 13; Rohback v. Pacific R. R. 43 Mo. 187; 
State V. Field, 49 Mo. 270; State v. Larrimore, 19 Mo. 391 ; Russe v. 
Clarenback, 61 Mo. 310; Cedar Co. 7a Johnson, 50 Mo. 225 ; Russell 
V. Taylor, 4 Mo. 550; 5 Mo. 244 ; People v. Rector ofTrinity Church, 
22 N. Y. 44; Denny v. Smith, 18 N. Y. 567 ; Olcott v. loga R. R., 
20 N. Y. 210; re Fox, 52 N. Y. 530; Harrison v. Harrison, 36 N. 
Y, 543; Ruckmaii v. Pitcher, 20 N. Y. 9; Meech v. Stoner, 19 N. 
Y. 26; Rains v. City of Oshkosh, 14 Wis. 374; Savings Bk. w. 
Nashua, 46 N. H. 389; Knox v. Protection Ins. Co., 9 Conn. 430 (25 
Am, Dec. i) ; Lindsey v. Rollaken, 32 Ark. 626 ; Shultz v. Sutter, 3 
Mo. (App.) 140; Tute V. James, 46 Vt. 60; People v. Croton Aque- 
duct Co., 5 Abb. Pr. 316; Martin v. State, 24 Tex. 61 ; Wallace v. 
Lawyer, 54 Ind. 501 ; Bartee v. Houston, etc., R. Co., 36 Tex. 648 ; 
U. S. V. Shawmux, 2 Sawyer, 364; Delamater v. Russell, 4 How. Pr. 
234; Leavitt f. Cambridge, 120 Mass.; U. S. v. Amedy, 11 Wheat. 
392; Beaston v. Farmers' Bk., 12 Peters, 102; U. S. v. Fox, 94 U. 
S. 315: State V. Herald, 9 Kans. 194; Bank v. Mandeville, i Cranch 
C. C. 552; Betts V. Menard, i 111. 395; R. Co. v. Keep, 22 111. 9; 
Com. v. Phoenix Bk., 11 Mete. 129; Frostbury Mutual Co. v. Low- 
dermilk, 50 Md. 175; Com. v. Tewksbury, 11' Mete. 55; People v. 
Utica Ins. Co., 15 Johns. 353 (8 Am. Dec. 243); Fisher v. Horicon 
Ins. Co., 10 Wis. 354; Peter v. Cowie, 2 Q. B. Div. 134; Pharma- 
ceutical Soc. V. London Co., 4 Q- B- Div. 315; 5 Q- B. Div. 31°: 
5 App. Cas. 857 ; Wheeler v. Gray, 4 C. B. (N. S.) 595 ; Eddieston 
V. Francis, 7 C. B. (N. S.) 568 ; King v. Fitzmaurice, i Jebh. 28 ; 
Douglass V. Queen, 13 Q. B. 84; U. S. v. Shaw Mux, 2 Sawyer, 
365; Madden w. Springfield, 131 Mass. 44i : Dickie z/. Boston, etc., 
R. Co., 131 Mass. 516. 

aggrieved. In statute. Morrow v. Wood, 57 Ala. i ; Masterson 

V.Gibson, 56 Ala. 57; Porter ta U. S., 2 Paine, 3:5; Graves* Cases, 
L. R., 4 Q. B. 715 ; ex parte Learoyd, 27 W. R. 277 ; re Woods, 11 
Ch. Div. 55 ; re Tucker, 12 Ch. Div. 308; re White, 14 Ch. Div. 71 ; 
King V. Justices, 3 B. & Adol. 938. 
by whose aot or de&ult. In statute. Brown t/.Russell, L. R., 



In statute. State v. Bael. 46 



3 QB. 251. 
desiring to prosecute the same. 

Mo. 528. 

discover.ng. In statute. Rex %>. Teasdalc, 3 Esp. 68. 

enliptdd for the navy. In statute. Wilkes v. Dingsman, 7 

Hov.. 89. 



PERSOS 



C. 295. 
tate, 53 Ind. 



ill Assn., 71 



•■,3i7- 

last;, I Wash. 

31hausen, 51 
& St. Joe R. 
285 ; Schultz 

43 Mo. 187; 
91 ; Russe v. 
225 ; Russell 
nity Church, 
. loga R. R., 
•p.son, 36 N. 
>toner, 19 N. 
ivings Bk. v. 
Conn. 430 (25 
,z V. Sutter, 3 
Proton Aque- 
I ; Wallace v. 
, 36 Tex. 648 ; 
1, 4 How. Pr. 
ly, II Wheat. 
. Fox, 94 U. 
He, I Cranch 
!ep, 22 111.9; 
I Co. V. Low- 
is ; People v. 
T V. Horicon 
34; Pharma- 
B. Div. 310; 
)5 ; Eddieston 
;, I Jebh. 28; 
ux, 2 Sawyer, 

Boston, etc., 

I ; Masterson 
rraves* Cases, 
re Woods, 11 
^Ch. Div. 71 ; 

lussell, L. R., 

ate V. Bael. 46 

68. 
Dingsman, 7 



PERSON, 



265 



PERSONAL. 






PERSON — Continued. 

firm, company. In statute. Jones v. Page, 44 Ala. 659. 

for whose immediate benefit it is prosecuted. In statute. 

Laumier v. Francis, 23 Mo. 181 ; Gildersleeve v. Martine, 19 N. Y. 

321 ; Montgomery County Bk. v. Marsh, 7 N. Y. 481 ; Butler 7>. 

Patterson, 13 N. Y. 292 ; Howland v. Willets, 9 N. Y. 170. 

^in the naval forces of the United States. In statute. Re 

Bogert, 2 Sawyer, 407 ; 3 Ben. 257. 

interested in the estate. In statute. Smith v. Phillips, 54 Ala. 

8 ; Phillips v. Smith, 62 Ala. 575. 

— interested in the matter. In statute. Hull t'. McFarland, 2 C. 
B. (N. S.) 807 ; 3 Ben. 257. 

living. In statute. La Farge z/. Exchange Fire Ins. Co., 22 N. 

Y. 352. 
of color. In statute. U. S. v. La Coste, 2 Mason, 133 ; State v. 

Watters, 3 Ired. (L.) 455. 

ofkintohim. In statute. State 7/. Walton, 74 Mo. 285. 

or persons. In statute. Ingate 7/. Lloyd Austriaco, 4 C. B. (F. 

S.) 706 ; South Carolina R. Co. %i. McDonald, 5 Ga. 531 ; Libb^y v. 
Hodgdon, 9 N. H. 394 ; Bushell v. Ins. Co., 15 S. & R. 173; Martin 
V. Branch Bk., 14 La. 415 ; United States Bk. v. Merchants' Bk., i 
Rob. (Va.) 573 ; Planters, etc., Bk. v. Andrews, 8 Port. (Ala.) 404 ; 
McQueen v. Middletown Manfg. Co., 16 Johns. 5 ; Union Bk. v. U. 
S. Bk., 4 Humph. 369; Guardians v. Franklin, 3 C. P. Div. 377. 

or persons damnified. In statute. Duke of Somerset 7/. In- 
habitants, 4 B. & C. 171. 

or property. McCarthy t/. Guild, 12 Mete. 291. 

residing within the United Kingdom. In statvte. Attorney- 
General V. Alexander, L. R., 10 Ex. 20. 

who has escaped the assessor. In statute. Lehman v. Robin- 
son, 59 Ala. 220. 

• who has paid money lost upon any game or wager. In 

statute. Harris v. Brooks, 56 Ala. 389. 
any . \In statute. Consociated Presb. Soc. 7/. Staples, 23 Conn. 

559 ; Smith v. Congregational Soc, 23 Conn. 637 ; Sanborn v. Murphy, 
50 N. H. 65. 

having upon or about his . In statute. StaLe v. Wilforth, 74 

Mo. 528. 

PEBSONAL. Kirtland v. Tart, 39 Conn. 107. 

action. In statute. Dewey v. Fifield, 2 Wis. 80. 

baggage. Connolly 7/. Warren, 106 Mass. 146 (8 Am. Rep. 300). 

chattels. In statute. Brenton v. Griffiths, 2 C. P. Div. 213. 

credit. In statute. Way v. Peck, 47 Conn. 23. 

estate. In contract. Bk. v. Hulburt, 22 Hun, 310. 

In statute. Farmers' Loan, etc., Co. v. Mayor, 7 Hill, 261 ; Curtiss v. 

Hoytt, 19 Conn. 155, 
In will. Beatty v. Judy, i Dana, 102. 

estate and efibots. Buckland v. Papellon, L. R., i Eq. Cas. 477. 

- — estate, property, chattels and efibots. In will. Jones v. 
Robinson, 3 C. P. Div. 345. 

expenses. In contract, Moore v. Rfimington, 34 Barb. 427. 

84 



n 



i 






rERSONAL. 

FEB80NAL — Continued. 
goods. 



':iil6' 



PERSONS 



n 



In bill of lading. The Elvira Harbeck. 2 Blatchf. 336- 
In statute. U. S. v. Murray, i Cranch C. C. 141 ; U. S. z. Moulton, 
5 Mason. 537 I U. S. v. Davis. 5 Mason. 356: U- S. v. Maxon. S 
Blatchf. 361. 

luggage. In statute. U. S. v. The Anna, 2 Am. L. Reg. 421. 

omamentB. In will. Willis v. Curtois. i Beav. (Rolls.) 1S9. 

property. Stirman v. Cravens. 33 Ark. 376 ; Southern Life Ins. 

Cov. Cole, 4 Fla. 359 ; Brownell v. Dixon. 37 "l- '97 : Leonard v 
Laurence. 32 N. J. (L.) 355 : Stief 7/. Hart, i N. Y. 20. 
In constitution. Williamson v. Harris. 57 Ala. 41- 
Instatute. Cummings v. Cummings. 5. Mo ^^i I Town of Parisj 
Farmers' Bk.. 30 Mo. 575: Fling z/. Coodall. 40 N. H 219. Turner 
•V. State, I Ohio St. 422 ; Sherwood v. Sherwood, 32 Conn, i : Ch. - 
cote V. Conley. 36 Ohio St. 545 : Butler v. Baber, 54 Cal. 178 ; Gal- 
latin Co. v. Beattie. 3 Montana, i73- 
In will. Johnson v. Goss, 128 Mass. 433. 

property consisting of money and clothes. In will. Dean v. 

Gibson, L. R.. 3 Eq. Cas. 71 3- 
property, estate and effects. In will. Belaney z/. Belaney. L. 

R., 2 Ch. App. 139- _ 
property not capable of manual deUvery. In statute, Ra- 

ventas v. Green, 57 Cal. 254. 
property of every kind. In deed. Kendall v. Almy, 2 Sumner, 

278. 
representative. Hagen v. Kean. 3 DHL 124: Jones v. Tamter. 

15 Minn. 512 ; Anderson v. Austin, 34 Barb. 319. 
In will. Gryll's Trusts. L. R.. 6 Eq. Cas. 589 : re Best, L. R., 18 Eq. 

Cas. 687. 

securities. Gee v. Alabama, etc.. Ins. Co.. 13 Ala. (N. S.) 581. 

service. In statute. Moyer v. Cook, 12 Wis. 336. 

transaction. In statvte. Re Paje. c Alb. L. J. 126 ; Howell v. 



In deed. Harrison v. Black- 



Taylor, 18 N. Y. (S. C.) 214. 

" all other, the estate whatsoever. 

burn, 17 C. B. (N. S.) 690. 

great injury. Green v. State, 29 Miss. 688. 

FEB80NALLY. Campbell v. Uptoiu 1 1 3 Mass. 67. 

aoquamted with. -In notaries certificate. Kelly v. Calhoun. 50 

Otto. 7'0. 
serve. Instatute. Westfall r/. Farrell. 13 Wis. 512; Adams v. 

Wright. 14 Wis. 409- 

served. In statute. Dunklc v. Elston. 71 Ind. 585. 

know In certificate of notary. Kelly z/. Calhoun. 5 Otto. 710. 

hi statute. Queen v. Hague, 4 B. & S. 720. 

any person entitled to vote. In statute. Whiting v. Chappell, 

9 B. & S T019. 
Inconstitur^m. Ins. Co. v. City of N.w Orleans, 1 Woods, 85. 
In statute. City of St. Louis v. Rogers. 7 Mo. 20 ; Cook v. Leonard, 6 
B. & C. 358; re Glover, L. R.. 17 Eq. Cas. 121 ; Doane v. Clinton, 2 
Utah, 4<7- 



PERSONATE. 



PBBSOirS. 



PERSONS 



Blatchf. 336. 
I. V. Moulton, 
. V. Maxon, 5 

.. Reg. 421. 
Rolls.) 1S9. 
thern Life Ins. 
7 ; Leonard v- 



)wn of Paris v. 

\. 219; Turner 

I Conn, I ; Chil- 

Cal. 178 ; Gal- 



<t -will. Dean v. 

f V. Belaney, L. 

In statute, Ra- 

Mrny, 2 Sumner, 

Dnes V. Tainter, 

5St, L. R., 18 Eq. 

la. (N. S.) 581. 

,6. 

. 126 ; Howell v. 

arrison v. Black- 
ly V. Calhoun, 50 
i. 512 ; Adams v. 

585. 
loun, 5 Otto, 710. 

liting V. Chappell, 

iToods, 85. 

ook V. Leonard, 6 

jane v. Clinton, 2 



FEESOAS. 



FEBSONS 



267 



PIRACY. 



In statute. Parker Mills f. Comm'rs of Taxes, 



In statute. Pen- 



In statute. 



■Continued. 

and associations. 

23 N. Y. 242. 

claiming through or under the bankrupt. 

nell 7/. Walker, 18 C. B. 652. 

drawing firewood for their own ftunily use. 

Wooster v. Van Vechten, 10 Johns. 467. 

having the care of the premises. In statute. Duke of Somer- 
set V. Inhabitants, 4 B. & C. 171. 

in tho naval service of the United States. In statute. Ex 

parte Reed, 10 Otto, 21. 

of color. In statute. Johnson v. Town of Norwich, 29 Conn. 



407. 



FEBSUADINa. 
PEBTENENCIA 
PERVERSE. - 
PETITION. 
PETROLEUM. 



Respublica v. Robert, i Dall. 39. 



— others to enlist. In statute. 
U. S.v. Castellero, 2 Black, 17. 

verdict. Harrison v. Fane, i Man. & G. 554. 

In statute. Bergen v. Jones, 4 Mete. 376. 
In statute. Jones v. Cook, L. R., 6 Q. B. 505. 

loss arising from . In insurance policy. Ins. Co. v. Express Co., 

5 Otto, 227. 

PHARMACEUTICAL. chemist. In statute. Reg. w. Society, 5 El. & Bl. 158. 

PHILOSOPHICAL. or philanthropic purposes. Inwill. Rotch v. Emerson, 

105 Mass. 431. 

PHOTOGRAPH, original . In statute. Ex parte Walker, lo B. & S. 691. 

PHYSICIAN. in attendance. In insurance policy. Gibson v. Am. Mut. Life 

Ins. Co., 37 N. Y. 580. 

pretend to be a . In statute. Pedgrift v. Chevalier. 8 C. B. (N. 

S.) 240 ; 8 C. B. (N. S.) 247. 

her pocket. r« information. State v. V^iison, 30 Conn. 500. 

In statute. U. S. v. Williams, 3 Fed. Rep. 484. 

of land. In will. Josh v. Josh, 5 C. B. (N. S.) 465- 



PICEINO. 
PICTURE. 
PIECE. 
PIER. 



In statute. Reg. z/. Leith, i El. & Bl. 137 ; Stevens z/. Rhinelander, 5 

Robt. 285. « 

PIGEON-DROPPER. In statute. State v. Newton, 59 Ind. 173. 
PIG-IRON. In contract. Mackenzie v. Dunlop, 8 Macq. H. L. Cas. 26. 
PIGh-STY. necessary ornuisance. In statute. Norris z/. Smith, 10 Ad. & 

El. 188. 
PILFER. Becket v. Sterrett, 4 Blackf. 499. 

PILLORY. Rex v. Beardmore, 2 Burrow, 792. 

PILOT. In statute. Peake v. Screech, 7 Q. B. 610. 

master or mariners. In contract. Zung v. Howland, 5 Daly, 

136; Guillaume v. Hamburg, etc.. Packet Co., 42 N. Y. 2t2. 
PINTS. In statute. Bensusan w. Murphy, 14 Blatchf. 536. 

PIPE. In contract. Washing Machine Co. v. Earle, 3 Wall. Jr. 321. 

PIRACY. U. S. V. Smith, 5 Wheat. 153; Davison v. Sealskins. 2 Paine, 324; U. 

S. V. Hutchings, 2 Wheeler C. C. 543 : Dole v. New England Ins. 

Co., 2 CliflF. 394: U. S. V. Jones, 3 Wash. 209 ; U. S. v. Tully, i Gall. 

247 ; U. S. V. Palmer, 3 Wheat. 610 ; U. S. v. Klintock, 5 Wheat. 144 ; 

U. S. V. Pirates, 5 Wheat. .84. 
In statute. Re Tivnan, 5 B. & S. 645; U. S. v. Baker. 5 Blatchf 6. 



lis 
I 

I 



PTHA TE. 



FIBATE. 
PIRATES. 



FISCABIA. 
PISTOL. 

PITCH-PINE. 
PLACE. 



K 



i 



Davison .. Sealskins^Vpaine. 3^4 ; U. S. v. Tully. i Gall. .47- 
In statute. U. S. v. Howard, 3 Wash. C. C. 34o. „ , „^ 

l^llltlling thieves. /«,«.«..«../''/-... Dole .. New England, 
etc., Ins. Co.. 2 Cliff. 395- * .„ . IT S « 

riBATIOAL. _«gre»lon.. /..«'«''• U. S. .. Smith, s Wheat. , S3 .«• S. .. 

piBAiH/iUj. T,. "« ,ek Adhel. 2 How. 210. ^ , 

PIHATICALLY -^a^d feloniously run away with any shipor vessel, .n 

PIBATICALLY. ^^^^^^^ y. S. .. Tully. i Gall. 247. 

Moulton V. Libby, 37 Me. 472- ^ *, , . 

i:-f c*o*P 11 Ark *« ; Hutchinson 7/. State, 62 Ala. 3. 

'" A';;rd TstrteTAu. t;; *&» - «'-■ ^ ^'»- ''■■ "^ - 

Duzan,6BUckf. 31- rhrVe 2 

_ timber of average quality. /» "«"■«"• J°°«' " '=""'*°' 

council, L. R .o Q.. B. ,0= . «--«'«;„";• "„; l^J^, i. R, 4 
Dock Co. 7.. Priestly. 4 «■ * Ad. 192 i «,., champagne, 

Q.ai66: e»««»''-^'''"""'''°"\5,^ , 'i SallCo v Wilkinson, 
"wall. ..4; U. S .-. Be,ans 3 Wheat 336. ^^."^1;^^^^ f^^M, 

I Blatchf. 30: C.»PP -^''X"- £> 434 S.a« - Halght, 3. 
46 Vt. m ; state t,. Ha". 3' N. J. (W 434 . ^ 

N. J. (L.) 3991 State ^ ^.^^;,^ Zc^^ i>^ Sn,l.^ v. Redding, 

"T"; a a ^,f Pr^I™ rBuckley, L. R., S Q- B. 39- 1 Sha. .. 

^t"I:^l^'^- /«•'«'""■ Co,ai„.Hal.,L.R.,6 
A^^ter. ln.,a.u,.. Hlpkins.. Birmingham Gas CO., 5 Hurl. 

_!^a^'arra.:«e^«l^-^- ~- 2— 
_!tr^a-patm».er. .«.«-.. FredeHcks .. Payne, 
■ J. Of t^'.' /» *'«''■ Melbourne ..Green«e.d, 7 C. a (N.S., 
Z ofr:=:.rr ; "."" Wame, . Brighton Muarium. U 

_^„i;^L Bank 01 Columh... La»„nce . Pet. „«: - 
phenso„..Primrose 8PortM55 33A". >^^ ^ ^^ 

fZ,:. KetheT.u M:st3». Barre Bk. .. Hingham Man*. 

Co., .27 "»»*•/'• Lewis .. Davis, 8 Daly, .8s. 

7,::L'rtyers .. Western Co., .4 Blatch.. 9; Southern E,. Co. .. 

Crook, 44 Ala. 468. g^,,, „ 
of ctramatio entertamment. Insmuie. 

O B. J17 ; I-ee ". Simpson, 3 C, B. 880. „ , » „ ..o- 

^of^««,re».J/«--^,-,--,^,»"/4„l':-r^ 

Sewell V. Taylor, 7 C. B. (N. &.; io« 1 ^ 

c. 584- 




62 Ala. 3 ; 
; State V. 

. Clarke, 2 

h V. Town 

378; Hull 
ge, L. R., 4 
Ihampagne, 
Wilkinson, 
V. Fairfield, 

Haight, 31 
La Coste, 2 
V. Redding, 
)i ; Shaw V. 

lall, L. R., 6 

Co., 5 Hurl. 

ie. Queen v. 

sks V. Payne, 

C. B. (N. S.) 

Aquarium, L. 

>et,578; Ste- 
Little V. Cam- 
98 Mass. 95; 
gham Manfg. 

8 Daly, 185. 
3. B. Div. 134. 
lern Ex. Co. v. 

;11 V. Smith, 12 

url. & N. 149; 
Payne, i H. & 



PLACE. 



FIiAOE— Continued. 



269 



PLEAS. 



"PliACED. 



PLACES. 



PLAIN. 



of publication. In statute. Ricketts v. Hyde Park, 85 111. 1 10. 

out. In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 1 1 Ad. & Ell. 657 ; King 

V. Inhabitants, 8 B. & C. 95. 
where suoh business is carried on. In statute. U. S. v. 

Boecker, 21 Wall. 652. 
other . In statute. Daggett v. Catterns, 17 C. B. (N. S.) 670; 19 

C. B. (N. S.) 766 ; Bows v. Fenwick, L. R., 9 C. P. 339. 

usual of business. In statute. Palmer v. Kelleher, 1 1 1 Mass. 32 1 

elected or chosen. In statute. Queen v. Humphrey, 10 Ad. & 



PLAINTIPP. 



PliANTS. 



Ell. 361. 
In statute. Queen v. Backhouse, 7 B. & S. 921 ; Rex v. Hall, i B. & 

C. 238 ; U. S. V. Tierney, i Bond, 572. 
adequate and complete remedy at law. In statute. Bean v. 

Smith, 2 Mason, 270. 

English type. In statute. Porter v. Gilk<iy, 57 Mo. 235. 

statement. In statute. Mann v. Morewood, 5 Sandf. 557 ; 

Comm'rs v. Pender, 79 N. C. 524. 
Brents v. Barnett, 4 Bibb, 251 ; Bank of Salina v. Henry, i Hill, 555; 

5 Hill, 523. 
In statute. King v. Lane, 7 Mo. 242 ; Wescott v. Booth, 49 Ala. 182. 
and vegetable productions. In statute. Rex v. Hodges, i M. 



6 M. 344- 

PT.ATJ PTATTQW. Attorney-General v. Judges, 38 Cal. 291 ; Stowe v. Davis, 10 Ired. 

(L.) 431 ; Cone v. Roxbury, 9 Gray, 485. 
In statute. State v. Blythe, 3 McCord, 363; Sanderlin v. State, 2 

Humph. 315. 
supplies. In statute. Herman v. Perkins, 52 Miss. 813 ; Cook v. 

Lyon, 54 Miss. 368 ; Wright v. Walton, 56 Miss. i. 
my . In will. Bradshaw v. Ellis, 2 Dev. & B. (Eq.) 686 (32 Am. 

Dec. 686). 
for the purpose of . In statute. East Haven v. Hemingway, 

7 Conn. 186. 
Wilhite V. Barr. 67 Mo. 284, 
In commitment. Re, Davis, 2 Hurl. & N. 149. 
peep abo. In letter. State v. Avery, 7 Conn. 266 (18 Am. Dec. 

105). 
at any game. In statute. Ansley v. State, 36 Ark. 68. 



PLANTINO. 

PLAT. 

PLATFORM. 

PLAYED. 

PLAY. 

PLAYS. 

PLEA. 

PLEAD. 

PLEADED. 

PLEADnra. 



PLEADINGS. 
PLEAS. 



In statute. Ex parte Attorney-General, 53 CaL 246. 

Neave v. Avery, 16 C. B. 335 ; State v. Ryan, 2 Mo. (App.) 303. 

In rule of court, Cutts v. Lunedge, 9 Q. B. 1022. 

issuably. Barker z/. Gleadon, 5 Dowl. 136. 

In statute. Campbell v. Perkins, 8 N. Y. 430. 

State V. Ryan, 2 Mo. (App.) 303. 

In rule of court. Edden v. Ward, 12 Ad. A; Ell. 429. 

In statute. Johnson v. Laughlin, 7 Kas. 359 ; Com. v. Lockwood, 109 

Mass. 331. 
Desnoyer t. Hereux, i Minn. 17. 
all of personal actions. In statute. Stuart v. Jones, i El. & Bl. 32. 




PLEASURE. 



270 



POOR. 



FLEASURB. 



FIiEDQE. 



I 

IB ' 






n 



PLOW. 

PLUNDER. 

PLY. 



PLYINO. 



POCKET. 
POINT. 

POINTED. 
POISON. 

POISONING. 

POKER. 

POLICE. 



POLIOY. 



POOL. 
POOR. 



carriage. Moss v. Moore. 18 Johns. 128. 19 Johns. tAi', 

Middlesex Tp. Co. v. Wentworth. 9 Cynn. 37 • ; Talcott Mountain 

Tp. Co. V. Marshall. 11 Conn. 185. 

for and during their . In deed. Cole v. Lake Co., 54 N. H. 242. 

Doak V. Bank of the State. 6 Ired. (L.) 309: Thompson v. Andrews 8 

Jones (N. C). 453 ; Brown .. .Bement. 8 Johns. 98 ; ^-^ ^.f;^; 

lev 8 Vt. 435; First Nat. Bk. v. Nelson. 38 Ga. 39i ; Foltier v. 

Schroder .9 La. Ann. .7 I Walcott v. Keith. 22 N. H. .96 ; Bousey 

' Amte?8 Pick., 236 ; Payne .. Bensley. 8 Cal. ^^^ Brewster .. 

Hartley. 37 Cal. 15. „ w r t 

Bhovel . In indiament. State v. Sansom. 3 Brev. N. t.. 5- 

Carters v. Andrews, .6 Pick. . : U. S. v. Pitman, . Sprague. .96. 

for hire. In statute. Blackpool Local Bd.r. Bennett. 4 HurL 

. & N. 128 ; Blackpool Local Bd. v. Kenyon, 4 Hurl. & N. 133- 
worker navigate. In statute. Queen v. Tibbie, 4 El. & Bl. 

888. 
In statute. Walker v. Evans. 2 El. & El. 359- „ ^ ^ „ ,0. . 
for hire. In statute. Allen v. Tunbridge, L. «••« C. P. 481. 

Clarke v. Stanford. L. R., 6 Q. B. 357 : Case v. Storey. L. R., 4 Ex. 

the — of. In indictment. Com. v. Sherman. 105 Mass. 170. 
In statute. Daniels v. R. Co.. 3 Wall. 230. 

such . In contract. Black v. U. S.. i Otto. 267. 

out. In statute. Deenehey r. Woodson. loo Mass. 19S. 

In statute. Berry, v. Henderson, L. R.. 5 Q- B. 296 ; People v. Van- 

Deleer, 53 Cal. i47- 
ahorse. In libel. Glines 7;. Smith, 48 N. H. 259. 

Laythain v. Agnew, 70 Mo. 48. 

Board v. Western Trans. Co.. 6 Greg. 222. 

ofELoer. Com. 7/. Smith, 11 1 Mass. 407- 

.__ power. Town of Lake View .. Rose HIH Cemetery. 7o "^ i9^ ; 

Com. V. Alger, 7 Cush. 84 ; Thorpe v. Rutland, etc., R. Co., a; vt. 

149 ; City of New York v. Miln, 1 1 Pet. 102. 

. purposes. Sessions v. Crunkelton, 20 Ohio St. 349- 

of insurance. Manny z/. Dunlap, i Woolw. 372. 

ofthelaw. in statute. Tioga Co. v. South Creek Tp., 75 ?»• 

any_^^; In statute. Hudson t.. Ins. Co., 7 El. & Bl. 40. 

playing . Wilkenson v. Gill. 74 N. Y. 63 (30 Am. Rep. 264). 

Kilbourne v. Thompson, 23 Alb. L. J. 227. 

Potter V. Chicago, etc.. R. Co.. 22 Wis. 616. 

In statute. State v. Osawkee Tp.. 14 Kas. 418. 

In will. Attorney-General v. Northumberland, 7 Ch. D.v. 74$. 

children. In will. Dashiell t/. Attorney-General. 5 H. & J. 39« 

(9 Am. Dec. 572)- . ^, , ..vK rh 

__ inhabitants. In will. Attorney-General r/. Clarke. Amb. Ch. 

-i'ldnsmen and kinswomen. In will. Attomey-General v. 

Price, 17 Ves. 37J- -^u 9 c * p 4,^11 

relations. In will. McNeiUedge v. aalbraith. 8 S. 4 R. 43 (" 

Am. Dec. 572* ; Brown v. Higgs. 4 Vesey. 708. 



■ 



,iA v-.:^ <»£4.uaebi£ii^«i 



POOR. 

hns. 443 ; 
Mountain 

N. H. 242. 
Andrews, 8 
3d V. Dud- 

Foltier v. 
)6 ; Bousey 
Jrewster v. 

C. 5. 

B, 196. 

!«, 4 Hurl. 

N. 133- 

4 El. & Bl. 



C. P. 481 ; 
^. R., 4 Ex. 

, 170. 



195. 

pie V. Van- 



, 70 111. 191 ; 
Co., 37 Vt. 



i. Tp., 75 P»' 



lep. 264). 



iv. 74$. 
5 H. & J. 39» 

ke, Amb. Ch. 
ey-General v. 

S. 4 R. 43 (" 



»«r 



POOREST, 



271 



POSSESSION. 



FOOBEST. 
FOBCELAm. 

FOBT. 



FORTABLE. 
POBTION. 

FOBTS. 

FOSSESS. 

FOSSESSED. 

FOSSESSIO. 

FOSBESSION. 



In will. Atty.-Gen. v. Northumberland, 7 Ch. Diy. 745. 

China, and parian ware. In statute. Arthur v. Jacoby, 13 

Otto, 678. 
Queen v. Dock Co.. 7 (J. B. i ; U. S. v. Morel. 13 Am. Jur. 279 ; Gray 

V. Gardner, 17 Mass. 188. 
In insurance policy. Cockey v. Atkinson, 2 B. & Aid. 460. 
In statute. Kites v. Case, i B. &C. 106 ; De Longuemere v. New York 

Ins. Co., 10 Johns. 120; De Longuemere v. Firemen's Ins. Co., 10 

Johns. 126; Patrick 7/. Commercial Ins. Co., 11 Johns. 9; Simpson 

V. Pacific Mut. Ins. Co. 1 Ilolnvjs. 136; Farrand 7'. Cooper. 12 C. 

B. (N. S.) 330 ; Dock Co. v. Browne. 2 B. & Ad. 43 ; Ayer v. 

Thacher. 3 Mason, 123; Hull Dock Co, v. Priestley. 4 B. & Adol. 

192. 
of Boston. In statute. Martin v. Hilton, 9 Mete. 371 ; Young v. 

The Orpheus, 119 Mass. 185. 

of delivery. The Two Catherines, 2 Mason. 319. 

of destination. In insurance policy. Washington Ins. Co. v. 

White, 103 Mass. 239; Gookin v. New England, etc., Ins. Co., 12 

Gray, 501. 
of discharge. In insurance policy. Bramhall v. Sun Mut. Ins. 

Co., 104 Mass. 510 (6 Am. Rep. 261). 
In bill of lading. Knell v. U. S. Steam Co., 33 N. Y. (S. C.) 423. 

of Falmouth. Smith v. Swift, 8 Mete. 329. 

of lading. In insurance policy. Brown 7/. Tayleur, 4 Ad. & Ell. 

241. 
Ofliisbon. In charter-party. Goddard v. Bulow, i N. & Mc. 

45- 
of loading. In insurance policy. Equitable Ins. Co. 7/. Hearne, 

20 Wall. 494; Hanover v. Hutchinson, L. R., 4 Q. B. 523; L. R., 5 

Q. B. 584. 
of New Orleans. In insurance policy. Mobile Marine Ins. Co. 

V. McMillan, 27 Ala. 77. 
risk. In insurance policy. Nelson v. Sun Mut. Ins. Co., 71 N. Y. 

453- 
home White's Bk. v. Smith, 7 Wall. 646. 

In deed. Goflv. Pope, 83 N. C. 123. 

Holly V. State, 54 Ala. 238. 

In indictment. Holly v. State, 54 Ala. 238. 

and havens. Paine w. Woods, 108 Mass. 169. 

all the property I . In will. Jones v. Sasser, i Dev. & B. 452- 

of. In wilt. Hemingway v. Hemingway, 22 Conn. 462. 

pedis. Porter v. Kennedy, i McMull. 357. 

Tredwell v. Reddick, i Ired. (L.) 56; Williams 7/. Buchanan, i Ired. (L.) 
535 ; Redfield 7/.Utica, etc., R. Co.. 25 Barb. 54; BaconT/. Sheppard, 
II N. J. (L.) 197 ; SanfordT/. Pierce, 126 Mass. 146. 

In contract. Tilly v. Thomas, L. R., 3 Ch. (App.) 61. 

In statute. Rex v. Rowley, i Russ. & Ry. no; Queen v. St. Giles, * 
Q. B. 447; Sepulveda v. St. Giles, 39 Cal. 13 ; Kimbro v. Hamilton^ 
28 Tex. 560; Lofton 7/. Cobb, i Jones (L.), 406; Stephens 7/. Leach^ 
19 Pa. St. 262 Robinson 7/. Douglass, 2 Aiken, 364; Reed z/. Field, 



J 



POSSESS/OA. 



272 



POWER 



POSSESSION 



-Continued. 

15 Vt. 672; State V. Washburn, n Iowa, 245; Pegram v. Carton, 

10 Bosw. 505. 
of any person. In statute. Six hundred and fifty-one Chests o( 

Tea V. U. S., I Paine, 499. 

of the premiaeB. In statute. Sanford v. Pierce, 126 Mass. 146. 

order or dispoBition. In statute. Storer v. Hunter, 3 B. & C. 

J77; Grcenway v. Clarl<, 4 B. & C. 318. 
roverBion or remainder. In statute. May v. Slaughter, 3 

Maisli. 508. 
actual . Bynum v. Carter, 4 Ired. (L.) 310; Wolf 7'. Ament, i 

Grant's Cas. 1 50. 
actual In statute. Davis v. Spring Valley Waterworks, 57 Cal. 



543- 



of goods. In statute. Heyman v. 



•poasnaunY. 

POSSIBLE. 



agent intrusted with the 

Flewker, 13 C. B. (N. S.) 520. 
apparent /// statute. Barrow v. Bell, 5 El. & Bl. 540 ; Cough 

V. Evered, 2 H. & C. 10. 

change of . Sims v. Sims, 8 Port. 449 (33 Am. Dec. 293). 

delivery of . Sims v. Sims, 8 Port. 449 (33 Am. Dec. 293). 

found in his In statute. Hoshaw v. Gullett, 53 Mo. 208. 

having in . In statute. State v. Potter, 42 Vt. 495. 

immediate right of . In statute. Campau v. Campau, 19 Mich. 

116. 

in . In uiill. Martelli v. Holloway, L. R. 5 H. L. 533. 

uninterrupted . Reed v. Earnhart, 10 Ired. (L.) 516. 

of profit. In statute. Schondler t/. Wace, i Camp. 487. 

as fax as without expense. In contract. Herand v. Leaf, S 



C. B. 160. 



as soon as 



POSTEBITY. 
POST-NOTES. 
POST-OBIT. 
POST-OPPICE. 



. In insurance policy. Mann t/. Western Ass. Co., 19 
U. C. Q. B. 314; Cammell v. Beaver, etc., Ins. Co., 39 U. C. Q. B. i. 
In will. Breckenridge v. Denny, 8 Bush. 523. 
Hogg's Appeal, 22 Pa. St. 479. 

bond. Chesterfield v. Jameson, 2 Ves. 157. 

In statute. U. S. v. Marselis, 2 Blatchf. 108 ; U. S. v. Nott, i Mc- 
Lean, 506. 

POST-OPPICES. and post-roads. In statute. Ex parte Jackson, 6 Otto, 727. 

POSTPONE. Hager v. Danforth, 8 How. Pr. 448 ; Shufelt v. Power, 13 How. Pr. 89. 

In statute. Bispham v. Tucker, Penn. (N. J.) 253. 
POST-ROAD. In statute. Railway Mail Service Cases, 13 Ct. of CI. 199. 
POST-BOUTE. In statute. Railway Mail Service Cases, 13 Ct. of CI. 199. 

POSTS. depots and stations. In contract. Caldwell's Case, 19 Wall. 264. 

POUND. to^vTi . In deed. Wooley v. Groton, 2 Cush. 305. 

POUNDS. — ' *erling. In certificate. Schermerhorn v. Talmand, 14 N. Y. 93. 

POWDEB. 'gazine. Harley v. Herl, 2 Cal. 282. 

POWEB. In plea. Hallewell v. Morrell, i Man. & G. 367. 

and authority. In statute. County Coram 'rs v. D-'z-kett, 20 Md. 

468. 

coupled with interest. Hunt v, Rousimaniere, 2 Mason, 249; 8 

Whe;it. 20^ ; Wilson %>. Troup, 2 Cow. 196. 



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of revocation. 



In statute. Doe v. Hawkins, 2 Q. B. :.\2. 

. In statute. Barton v. Merriam, 27 Mo. 235 ; 



Wooters v. Interna- 



State V. Supervisors, 



not within the — 

Pope V. Mooney, .,3 Ao. 104. 
FBACnCABLE. In statute. U. S. v. Wise, 7 Fed. Rep. 190. 

as near the court-house as . In contract. 

tional R. Co., 54 Tex. 294. 

as nearly uniform as . In constitution. 

25 Wis. 339. 

as soon afterward as . In insurance policy. Parsons v. Queen 

Ins. Co., 43 U. C. Q. B. 271. 

as speedily as . In statute. State v. School Directors, 74 Mo. 23. 

Pi..ACnCABLY. Streeter v. Streeter, 43 "1- 'SS- 

FRACnCAIi. location. Hubbell v. McCuUoch, 47 Barb. 287. 

FBACnCAIJiY. In statute. Gardner v. Cowles, 3 Ch. Div. 305. 
PRACTICE. Allen v. Smillie, i Abb. Pr. 354 ; Raymond v. Danbury, etc., R. Co., 
14 Blatchf. 133. 
In statute. Attorney-Gen. v. Siileen, 10 H. L. Cas. 704. 

as an apothecary. In statute. Apothecaries Co. v. Greenwood, 

2 B. & Ad. 708. 

medicine. In statute. Anthe v. State, 6 Tex. (App.) 202. 

physio. College of Physicians v. Rose, 6 Mod. 44. 

pleadings and forms and modes of proceeding. In statute. 

Nuddz/. Barrows, i Otto, 426; Beardsley w. Littell, 14 Blatchf. 104; 
Indianapolis R. R. v. Horst, 3 Otto, 291; Sage v. Tauszky, 6 Cent. 
L. J. 7. 
In statute. Ex parte Delaney, 43 Cal. 480 ; Barber v. Gamson, 4 B. & 
Aid. 287. 

law. In constitution State v. Marks, 30 La. Ann. 97. 

other fi.'audulent, swindling or deceitftil . In statute. State 

V. Sumner, 10 Vt. 587 (33 Am. Dec. 219). 
In statute. Ex parte Read, i B. & Ad. 957. 

medicine or healing the sick. In statute. Macon v. State, 4 

Humph. 421. 

land. In statute. Tracks v. St. L. & I. M. R. R., 58 Mo. 15. 

or timber land. In statute. Brunell v. Hopkins, 42 Iowa, 429. 

of Christ's holy gospel. In will. Shore v. Wilson, 9 CI. & 

Fin. 35S ; Attorney-Gen. v. Drummond, i Dr. & War. 353 ; 2 H. L. 
Cas. 837. 

Shields v. Shields, 60 Barb. 56. 
Simpson v. Robert, 35 Ga. 181. 
In statute. Garcia v. State, 5 Tex. (App.) 340 ; Tuttle v. State, 6 Tex. 

(App.) 556- 
Adams v. Vose, i Gray, 51; Webster v. Com., 5 Cush. 403. 
Brooks V. Norris, 124 Mass. 172. 
Spencer v. Colt, 89 Pa. St. 314. 



PRACTICES. 

PRACTISED. 
PRACTISES. 

PRACTisnra. 



PRAIRIE. 



PREACHERS. 



PRECARIOUS 

PRBCEDnra. 



PRECEPT. 

PRECINCT. 

PRECISE. 



PREDECESSOR. 



PREFERRED. 

36 




. In statute. Attorney-General v. Baker, 4 Hurl. & N. 20 ; Charlton 
V. Merrick, 4 App. Cas. 427 ; Braybrooke v. Attorney-General, 9 H. 
L. Cas. 1 50 ; Attorney-General v. Floyer, 7 Hurl. & N. 260. 

In indictment. Reg. v. Albert, 5 Q. B. 41. 



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PHEFERRED. 



274 



PREMISES. 



FBEFEBREO 



PBEGNANT. 



FBEJUOICE. 



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■Continued. 

dividends. In certificate. St. John 7'. Erie Co., lo Blatchf. 271. 

stock. Lockart v. Van Aistync, 31 Mich. 76. 

In statute. Burt v. Rattle, 31 Oiiio St. 116. 

indiotment is . In statute. Reg. v. Inhabitants, 3 Q. B. 900. 

PREFEBENCE. In statute. Clarion Bk. z/. Jones, 3i Wall. 325; Wager v. Hall, 16 
Wall. 584. 

Com. V. Brown, 14 Gray, 419. 

In indictment. Com. v. Parker, 9 Mete. 600. 

withaohUd. In will. Blakiston r/. Haslewood.io C. B. 545. 

withohUd. In statute. State v. Howard, 32 Vt. 380. 

woman. In statute. Eckhardt v. People, 22 Hun, 525. 

In statute. Com. v. Webster, 5 Cush. 296. 

of the judge. In statute. Western Bk. w. Tallman, 15 Wis. 92, 

to the of the purchaser. In statute. Sandys v. Hall, 3 Q. B. 

Div. 449 ; Hoyle v. Hitchman, 4 Q. B. Div. 233. 

without . English v. English, 12 C. E. Green, 579; Cochran ■". 

Confer, 3 Del. Ch. 27 ; Wanzer v. Self, 30 Ohio St. 378 ; Burlen v. 
Shannon, 3 Gray, 387 ; Crews v. Cleghorn, 13 Ind. 438 ; Brown v. 
Brown, 37 N. H. 536 ; Lang^'. Waring, 25 Ala. 628;Fiskz'. Parker, 
14 La. Ann. 491 ; Paddock v. Forrester, 3 Man. & G. 904 ; McKee 
V. Rogers. 30 Ark. 273 ; Denant v. Essex Co., 7 Wall. 107 ; Creigh- 
ton V. Kerr, 20 Wall. 8 ; Maginac v. Thomson, 1 5 How. 281. 

without to charter-party. In bill of lading. 406 Hogsheads 

of Tobacco, 4 Blatchf. 320. 

FBEMEDITATED. In statute. Bower v. State, 5 Mo. 364 ; Sullivan v. People, i 
Park. C. C. 347 ; State v. Ellis, 74 Mo. 221 ; State v. Lewis, 74 Mo. 
222 ; State v. Kotovsky, 74 Mo. 247 ; Lanergan v. People, 6 Park, 
C. C. 210; State V. Lopez, 15 Nev. 407. 

design. In statute. People v. Clark, 7 N.Y. 385 ; Hogan v. State. 

36 Wis. 226 ; McDaniel v. State, 8 S. & M. 401. 
PBEMISES. Trull v. Eastman, 3 Mete. 121 ; Reg. v. Inhabitants, 5 Q. B. 489. 

In deed. Perry v. Davis, 3 C. B. (N. S.) 776; New Jersey Zinc Co, v. 

FrankliniteCo., IS N. J. (Eq.)4'8; Berry 7/. Billings, 44 Me. 4«6; 

Buddz/. Brooke, 3 Gill, 198; Farquharson v. Eichelberger, 15 Md. 

63; Holbrook v. Chamberlain, 116 Mass. 155; Fuller v. Davis, 4 

Duer, 187 ; Holbrook v. Debs, 99 111. 372. 
In insurance policy. Reidv. Ins. Co., 19 Hun, 284 ; Herriman 7/. Ins. 

Co., 45 N. Y. (S. C.) 394 ; Haughton v. Eubank, 4 Camp. 89 ; Prieger 

V. Exchange, etc., Ins. Co., 6 Wis. 91. 
In statute. State v. Jaeger, 63 Mo. 407 ; State v. Wyle, 55 Mo. 67 ; 

New Jersey Zinc Co. v. Franklinite Co.. 13 N. J. (Eq.) 322 ; Swan v. 

State, II Ala. 594 ; Sandy v. State. 60 Ala. 18 ; Pearce v. State, 40 

Ala. 720 ; Reg. v. Leith, i El. & Bl. 1 37 ; Bowers r/. Pomeroy, 21 Ohio 

St. 184 ; Salt Co. v. Wilkenson, 8 Blatchf. 30 ; State 7/. Black. 9 Ired. 

378; Downman v. State, 14 Ala. 242 ; Amos v. Fond du Lac, 46 

Wis. 695. 
Inwill. Hemming f.Willetts, 7 C. B. 715. 
drunk or consumed on the . In statute. Cross v. Watts, 13 c. 

B. (N. S.) 240 ; Deal v. Schofield. L. R.. 3 Q- B. 9; 8 B. & S. 762. 



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FBEFONDERANOE. 

S8i. 



ofevidenoo. In instruction. Shinn r. Tucker, 37 Ark. 



FBESCRIBED. 



of proof. In instruction. Haskins w. Haskins, 9 Gray, 391. 
— by law. Sloan v. Gibson, 4 Mo. 32 ; Exline v. Smith, $ Cal. 



"3- 

limits. In statute. 

when not found as- 

Colby, 54 Cal. 37. 

PBESCBIFTION. State v. Kansas, etc., R. Co., 45 Iowa, 139. 
In statute. Chenot v. Lefevre, 8 111. 637. 



Caswell V. Cook, 1 1 C. B. (N. S.) 649. 

- in the code. In constitution. People v. 



In 



made and sig^ned by a regular praotising physician, 

statute, Carrington v. Com., 78 Ky. 83. 

or recommendation of a graduated physician. In statute. 

Thompson v. State, 37 Ark. 411. 

PRESENCE. Hochreiter v. People, 1 Keyes, 66; Reg. v. Webb, 2 C. & K. 938. 

of any female. In statute. Brady v. State, 48 Ga. 31 1. 

in her . In statute. Henderson v. State, 63 Ala. 193. 

in the of the testator. In statute. Boldry v. Parris, 2 Cush. 

433; Watson V. Pipes, 32 Miss. 462 ; Gaylor's Appeal, 43 Conn. 82 j 
Howard's Will, 5 T. B. Mon. 199 (17 Am. Dec. 6o> ; Mandeville v. 
Parker, 31 N. J. (Eq.) 244; Graham v. Graham, 10 Ired. 219; Shires 
V. Glasscock, 2 Salk. 688 ; Dary v. Smith, 3 Salk. 395 ; 12 Mod. 37 ; 
Longford v. Eyal, i P. Wmc. 740 ; Newton v. Clarke, 2 Curteis, 320 ; 
Todd V. Winchelsea, M. & M. 1 2 ; 2 C. & P. 488 ; 3 Russ. 441 ; Percy's 
case, I Rob. 278 ; Casson v. Dade, i Bro. C. C. 90 : Dick. 586 ; Trim- 
nell'scase, u Jur, (N. S.) 248; Edleston v. Speake, Holt. 222; 3 
Mod. 259 ; Machall v. Temple, 2 Show. 288 ; Broderick v. Broderick, 
I P. Wms. 239; Clark v. Ward, i Brj. P. C. 137; Tribe v. Tribe, 13 
Jur. 793; I Robt. 775; Wright v. Manifold, i M. & S. 294; Ellis' 
case, 2 Curteis, 395 ; Col man's case, 3 Curteis, 118; Norton ». Bazett, 
Dea. & Sw. 259; Kiltick's case, 3 Sw. & Tr. 578 ; Violette v. Ther- 
riau, I Pug. & Bus. (N. B.) 389; Wright f. Lewis, 5 Rich. 212; Ray 
V. Hill, 3 Strobh. 297; Tucker v. Oxner, 12 Rich. 141 ; Bynum v. 
Bynum, 1 1 Ired. 632 ; Cornelius v, Cornelius, 7 Jones, 593 ; Pope v. 
Picket, 51 Ala. 584; Moore v. Moore, 8 Gratt. 307 ; Sturdivant v. 
Birchett, 10 Gratt. 67 ; Nock v. Nock. 10 Gratt. 106 ; McElfresh v. 
Guard, 32 Ind. 408; Turner v. Cook, 36 Ind. 129; Bundy v. Mc- 
Knight, 48 Ind. 502; Mason v. Harrison, 5 H. & J. 480; Butler v. 
Benson, i Barb. 526; Ambre v. Weishear, 74 111. 109; Meurers's 
case, 44 Wis. 392 ; Robinson v. King, 6 Ga. 539 ; Brooks v. Duffell, 
23 Ga. 441 ; Reed v. Roberts, 26 Ga. 294 ; Lamb v. Girtman, 33 Ga. 
289 ; Reynolds v. Reynolds, i Spears. 253 ; Jones v. Tuck, 3 Jones. 
202 ; Orndorf w Hummer, 12 B. Mon. 619; Neil v. Neil, i Leigh, 6; 
Edelen v. Hardy, 7 H. & J. 61 ; Right v. Price, Doug. 241 ; Hudson 
V. Parker, i Rob. 24 ; McGuire v. Kerr, 2 Bradf. 244 ; Jackson v. 
Moore, 14 La. Ann. 213 ; Hall v. Hall, 18 Ga. 40 ; Aun»'-'1 v. Wilt, 9 
Pa. St. 54. 

out of the of her husband. In statute. Deery v. Cray, 5 Wall. 

795- 

PBBSBNT. In statute. Queen v. Rector, 8 Ad. & El. 357 ; Griffin v. V/eatherby, 
9 B. & S. 726 ; Com. v. Keefe, 9 Gray, 291. 
attending physician. In will. Everett v. Carr, 59 Me. 325. 



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PBESBNT — Continued. 

proprietor. In statute. Walker v. Smith, 21 How. 579 ; Central 

Bridge Corp. v. Abbott, 4 Cush. 473. 
FBESENTATION. on the of the document. In contract. Bartlett v. Holmes, 

20 Eng. & Eq. 277. 
PRESENTED. State v. Williams, 2 Hill (S. C), 382. 

to the governor. In constitution. Harpcnding v, Haight, 30 

Cal. 199. 
FBESEITTMEirT. Collins v. State, 13 Fla. 651 ; Com. v. Keefe, 9 Gray, 291 ; Carmi- 

chael V, Bank, 4 How. (Miss.) 567 (35 Am. Dec. 408). 
FBESEB V INO. Piper v. Moor, 10 Blatchf. 266. 



FBESIDE. 

FBESIDINa, 
PBE8XTME. 



Tripp 7/. Bristol Commrs., 2 Allen, 558. 

In constitution. Smith v. People, 47 N. Y. 33. 

officer. In statute. Stroud v. Watts, 2 C. B. 930. 



Morford v. Peck, 46 Conn. 384. 

to be a retailer or seller. Com. v. Dean, 21 Pick. 334 ; Browne 

V. Hilton, 23 Pick. 319. 

FBESUMED. In instruction to jury. State v. Estel, 6 Mo. (App.) 6. 

FBESUMFTIOM'. Hilton z/. Bender, 69 In. Y. 75; Cronan v. New Orleans, 16 La. 
Ann. 374; Jackson v. Warford, 7 Wend. 62. 
great. In bill 0/ rights. Re Alexander, 59 Mo. 598. 

FBHTTENSE. false . In statute. Corr /. Whitcomb, 107 Mass. 486; Ranneyw. 

People, 22 N.Y. 41 3; State.- Phifer,65 N. C. 321; Reg. t/. Henderson, 
C. & M. 328 ; People v. Conger, i Wheel. Crim. Cas. 449 ; People v. 
Haynes, 11 Wend. 565; People v. Kendall, 25 Wend. 399; Clifford 
V. State, 56 Ind. 245 ; State v. Simmons, s? Ind. 98 ; State v. Newell, 
I Mo. 177; People v. Herrick, 13 Wend. 87; Reg. v. Bull, 13 Cox 
C. C. 608; Reg. V. Burnsides, Bell C. C. 282; Com. w. Drew, 19 
Pick. 179; State v. Tomlin, 5 Dutch. 13; State v. Kube, 20 Wis. 
217; Tyler v. State, 2 Humph. 37; Reg. v. Giles, L. & C. 508; 10 
Cox C. C. 44; Reg. 7>. Bunce, I'F. & F. 523 ; Reg. v. Coleman, 2 East 
P. C. 672; Reg. V. Airey, 2 East 30; Reg. v. Barnes, T. & M. 
387; 2 Den. C. C. 59; Reg. v. Thompson, L. & C. 233; 9 Cox C. C. 
222; Bonnell v. State, 64 Ind. 498; Reg. v. Bulmer, L. &C. 476; 9 
Cox C. C. 492; Reg. V. Davis, 11 Cox C. C. 181 ; Com. v. Hulbert, 
12 Mete. 446; People w. Johnson, 12 Johns. 292; People z/. Miller, 14 
Johns. 371; McCorkle v. State, i Cold. (Tenn.) 333; Chapman w. 
State, 2 Head 36 ; Reg. v. Butcher, 8 Cox C. C. 77 ; Reg. v. Bloom- 
field, C. & M. 537; Reg. v. Archer, Dears. C. C. 449; 6 Cox C. C. 
515; 33 Eng. L. & Eq. 528; Jones v. State, 50 Ind. 473; Reg. r/. 
Crab, II CoxC. C. 85; C. C. R.; Reg. v. Asterley, 7 C. & P. 191 ; 
Reg. V. Story, R. & R. 81 ; Reg. v. Barnard, 7 C. & P. 784; 
Reg. V. Hamilton, 9 Ad. & El. 276; Com. v. Drew, 19 Pick. 
179; Com. V. Daniels, 2 Parsons, 332; Reg. v. Copeland, 
C. & M. 517; Reg. V. Jennison, 9 Cox C. C. 158; L. & C. 157; Reg. 
V. Johnston, 2 Mood. C. C. 254; Reg. v. Simmonds, 4 Cox C. C. 
277; Reg. V. Cook, L. R., i C. C. 295; 12 Cox C. C. 11 ; Reg. v. 
Leonard, 3 Cox C. C. 284; Reg. v. Bull, 13 Cox C. C. 608 ; Com. v, 
Henry, 22 Penn. St. 253; Thomas v. People, 34 N. Y. 351; 
Bowler v. State, 41 Miss. 570; Reg. v. Hamilton, 9 Ad. & El. 
(N. S.) 271; Reg. V. Jennison, 9 CoxC. C. 158; L. & C. C. C. 157; 
Beattie v. Lord Ebury, L. R., 7 Ch. App. 777 I State v. Estes, 46 Me. 
150; State z/. Webb, 26 Iowa, 262; People v. Crissie, 4 Denio, 525; 



PRETENSE. 



FBETENSE^ 



277 



PRINCIPAL. 



FBEVAILINa. 



PBEVENT. 

PREVENTED. 

FBEVTOUS. 



Continued. 

Reg. V. Ridgway, 3 F. & F. 838; People v. Jacobs, 35 Mich. 36; Reg. 
V. Keighley, Dears.& B. 145; State t/.Mills, 17 Me.211; Greenougii, 
in re, 31 Vt. 279; Cowles v. State, 50 Ala. 454; Reg. v. Abbott, 2 C. 
& K. 630; I Den. C. C. 273; Reg, v. Keighley, D. & B. 145 : Statev. 
Stanley, 64 Me. 157; People z/. Crissie, 4 Denio, 525; Reg. v. Cod- 
rington, i C. & P. 661; State v. Chunn, 19 Mo. 233; Reg. v. Ken- 
rick, 5 Q. B. 49; State v. Dorr, 33 Me. 498; State v. Stanley, 64 Me. 
157; State V. Jones, 70 N. C. 75; State v. Munday, 78 N. C. 460J 
State V. Newell, i Mo. 248; Reg. v. Freeth, R. & R. 127; Reg. v. 
Jackson, 3 Camp. 370; 2 East P. C. 940; Reg. v. Parker, 2 Mood. 
C. C. I ; 8 C. & P. 825; Smith v. People, 47 N. Y. 303; Com. v. Col- 
lins, 8 Phila. 609; Malay v. State, 31 Ind, 192; Reg. v. Hazelton, L. 
R., 2 C.C. 134; 13 CoxC. C. i; State v. Vandermark, 35 Ark. 396; 
State V. Pauley, 26 Conn. 587; Colley v. State. 55 Ala. 85 ; Watson 
V. People, 87 N. Y. 562. 

- party. In statute. New Haven, etc., R. Co. v. Northampton, 
102 Mass. i2o; Weston v. Cushing, 45 Vt. 531 ; Henry v. Miller, 61 
Me. 105 ; Bangor, etc., R. Co. v. Chamberlain, 60 Me. 285 ; Hawkins 
V. Nowland, 53 Mo. 328; Rogers v. City of St. Charles, 54 Mo. 229. 
In plea. Cort v. R. Co.. 17 Q. B. 142. 

In statute. Huidekoper v. Douglas, i Wash. 259, 

insurance. In insurance policy. .£tna Ins. Co. v. Tyler. 16 

Wend. 385 (30 Am. Dec. 90). 

intention. Com. v. Ober, 1 2 Cush. 496. 

PJ^EVIOUSLY. sum offered. In statute. Metropolitan R. Co. v. Turnham, 14 

C. B. (N. S.) 223. 

PBICE. In statute. Hudson Iron Co. v. Alger, 54 N. Y. 173 ; Hoadley v. Mc- 

Laine, 10 Bing. 482. 

dear of all expenses. In contract, Stratford v. Bosworth, % 

Ves. & B. 341. 
PBIOE-CUBBENT. Cases of Champagne, i Ben. 249. 
PBIMA FACIE. State Bk. v. Hastings, 15 Wis. 85. 

evidence. Emmons v. Westfield Bk., 97 Mass. 230; Lilienthal's 

Tobacco V. U. S., 7 Otto, 268; Kelly v. Jackson, 6 Pet. 622 ; U. S. v. 
Wiggins, 14 Pet. 334. 

barley. In contract. Whetmore v. Coates, 14 Mo. 10. 

cost. In statute. U. S. w. Sixteen Packages, 2 Mason, 53 ; Tap- 
pan V. U. S., 2 Mason, 399. 

logs. In contract. Spring v. Cockburn, 19 U. C. C. P. 63. 

quality winter oil. In warranty, Hastings v. Lovering, 2 

Pick. 214 (13 Am. Dec. 420). 

singed bacon. In contract. Yates v. Pym, 6 Taunt. 445. 

Walsh V, State, 3 Tex. (App.) 420. 

In statute, Williams v. Fitzhugh, 37 N. Y. 444. 

debtor. In statute. Re Duff, 4 Fed. Rep. 519 ; re Loder, 4 Ben. 

328. 
money. In will, Prichard v. Prichard, L. R., 1 1 Eq. Cas. 232. 

officer of such corporation. In statute. Farmers' Loa:., etc., 

Co. V, Warring, 20 Wis. 290. 



PBIME. 



PBINOIPAL. 



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PRINCIPAL. 



378 



PRIVATE. 



FBINCTPAL 

FBINCIFLE. 
PRINT. 

PRINTED. 
PRINTER. 
PRINTING-. 



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PRIOR. 
PRISON. 



PRISONER. 
PRIVATE. 



Middletown Ferry Co. v. Town 



-Continued. 
plaoe of business. In statute 

of Middletown, 40 Conn. 65. 

all his oteditors. In contract. Re Decker, 8 Ben. 83. 

Le Roy 7/. Tatham, 22 How. 132; Tatham v. Le Roy, 2 Blatchf. 474; 

Smith V. Pearce, 2 McLean, 176; Roberts v. Ward, 4 McLean, 565; 

Parker?/. Stiles, 5 McLean, 44; Latta?/. Shawk, i Bond, 265. 

In statute. Wood v. Abbott, 5 Blatchf. 325; U. S. v. Williams, 3 Fed. 

Rep. 484; Yuengling 7/. Schiele, 12 Fed. Rep. 103. 

or engraving. In statute. Wood ?'. Abbott, 5 Blatchf. 325. 

— - work. In statute. Hardcastle v. Jones, 3 B. & S. 160. 

matter. In statute. Arthur v. Moller, 7 Otto, 365. 

sheets. In indictment. Com. v. Merrifield, 4 Mete. 368. 

In statute. Pennoyer z/. Neff, 5 Otto, 714; 3 Sawyer, 282; Quincey w. 

Porter, 37 Cal. 448 ; Reynolds v. Schmidt, 20 Wis. 380. 
In statute. Rossiter v. Hall, 5 Blatchf. 363. 
establishment where the chief prooc< as of is carried on. In 

statute. Hoylew. Oram, 12 C. B. (N. S.) 135. 

incidental process. In statute. Hardcastle v. Jones, 3 B. & 8. 

160 ; Hoyle v. Oram, 12 C. B. (N. S) 135. 

in date. In insurance policy. Brown v. Hartford Ins. Co., 3 

Day, 66. 

In statute. Sheppard v. Bradford, 16 C. B. (N. S.) 378. 

breach. State z/. Beebe, 13 Kans. 589; Reg. v. Haswell, Russ. 

& Ry. 458; Reg. v. Waters, 12 Cox C. C. 390; Reg. v. Bootie, 2 
Burr. 864; Reg. 7/. Stokes, 5 C. & P. 148; Com. v. Filburn, 119 
Mass. 297 ; State v. Beebe, 13 Kans. 539 ; Reg. v. Kelly, i Or. &Dix. 
202; Shattuck 7/. State, 51 Miss. 525. 

charges. In statute. How v. Codman, 4 Mc. 82. 

in for debt. In statute. Ex parte Stoffel, L. R., 3 Ch. App. 240. 

lain in . In statute. Sumpton v. Monzani, 4 Ad. & Ell. loio. 

Coman v. Storm, i Robt. 75. 

In plat. Smith v. Heath, 102 111. 130. 

charity. In will. Ommaney v. Butcher, Turn. & R. 272. 

conversations. In statute. Jacobs v. Hessler, 113 Mass. 157. 

corporation. Dartmouth College z/. Woodward, 4 Wheat. 518; 

Edwards v. Jagers, 19 Ind. 407. 
dwelling. In deed. Garnett v. Albree, 103 Mass. 374. 

dwelling-house only. In deed. Wickenden %>. Webster, 6 El. 

& Bl. 387. 

expenses. In deed. Stoughton v. Lynch, i Johns. Ch. 467. 

Mends. In statute. Corbet v. Haigh, 5 C. P. Div. 52. 

house. In statute. Com. v. Cuncannon, 3 Brewst. 344. 

person. In statute. Coats v. People, 22 N. Y. 245 ; King v. In- 
habitants, 3 B. & Ad. 150. 

property. In constitution. Alabama R. Co. v. Kenney, 39 Ala. 

307 ; Enfield Toll Bridge Co. v. Hartfield, etc., R. Co., 17 Conn. 42 ; 
Comm'rs v. Withers, 29 Miss. 21. 

rights. In constitution. Ruth v. Ottenheimer, 6 Oregon, 231. 




rVATE. 



V. Town 



tchf. 474; 
,ean, 565; 
65. 
ns, 3 Fed. 

325. 



J. 
}uincey v. 

)d on. In 
3 B. & S. 
ns. Co., 3 



rell, Russ. 
, Bootie, 2 
ilburn, 119 
1 Cr.&Dix. 



I. App. 240. 

, lOIO. 



. 272. 
ilass. 157. 
Wheat. 518; 

374. 
ebster, 6 El. 

Ch. 467. 

12- 

344- 
King V. In- 

nney, 39 Ala. 
17 Conn. 42; 

•egon, 231. 



PRIVATE. 



279 



PRIVILEGES 



PillVATE — Continued. 

seourities. In statute. Buchanan v. Talbot-Co., 47 Md, 286. 

use. Edwards v. Stonington Cemetery Association, 20 Conn. 

468. 
way. Presby?/. Old Colony, etc., R. Co., 103 Mass. i;Oen'iam 

V. Bristol Comm'rs, 108 Mass. 202. 
steal. In statute. Rex v. Cartwright, 2 East P. C. 641 ; Rex v. 

Jones, 3 East P. C. 641 ; Rex v. Matthews, 2 East P. C. 642. 
In indictment. Ardery v. State, 56 Ind. 328. 
Satterlee v. Bliss, 36 Cal. 489. 

Basscrman v. Society of Trinity Church, 39 Conn. 137-, French v. 
Baker, 4 Sneed, 193; Campbell v. Spottswood, 3 B. & S. 780; 
Columbia v. Guest, 3 Head, 413; Jamaica Pond Aqueduct Co. v. 

v Chandler, 9 Allen, 159; Anderson 7/ Anderson,! Pinn. (Wis.) \.\,. 

In contract. Birch v. De Peyster, i Stark. N. P. 210. 

of additional insuranoe. In insurance policy. Benedict v. 

Ocean Ins. Co., 31 N. Y. 389. 

of breeding back. In contract. Price v. Pepper, 13 Bush, 43. 

of deepening the ditch. In deed. Collins v. Driscoll, 34 Conn. 



PRIVATELY. 

FBTVATES. 

FBIVIES. 

FBIVlLBaE. 



PBIVHiEQEO. 



43- 

— of one-half of a saw-mill. In deed. Moore v. Fletcher, 16 Me. 
63 (33 Am. Dec. 633). 

— of the shores. Tngrant. Ripley r. Knight, 123 Mass. 515. 
. communication. Somerville v. Hawkins, 10 C. B. 383 ; White v. 



PBIVIIiEOES. 



NichoUs, 3 How. 266 ; Cooke v. Wildes, 5 El. & Bl. 329 ; Andrews v, 
Simms. 33 Ark. 771 ; White v. Nichols, 3 How. 266; Thorn v, 
Clanchard, 5 Johns. 508. 

In constitution. Wiltse v. State, 8 Heisk. 544 ; Cate v. State, 3 Sneed, 
120. 

In deed. New Ipswich Factory v. Batchelder, 3 N. H. 190 (14 Am. 
Dec. 346). 

In statute. Humphreys v. Pegues, 16 Wall. 245. 

and appurtenances. In deed. Blakeman v. Blakeman, 39 Conn. 

320 ; Smith v. Moodus Water Power Co., 35 Conn. 392 ; Grant v. 

Chase, 17 Mass. 443 (9 Am. Dec. 161); Gayetty v. Bethune, 14 Mass. 

49 (7 Am. Dec. 188). 

and benefits. In statute. Humphries v. Harrison, 30 Ark. 85. 

and immunities. In constitution. Walker v. Sauvinet, 2 Otto, 

91 ; Bartmeyer v. Iowa, 1 8 Wall. 129 ; Coger v. North-western Packet 

Co., 37 Iowa, 145 ; re Taylor, 48 Md. 30; Vanbalkenberg v. Brown, 

43 Cal. 45 ; Ward v. Flood, 48 Cal. 36 ; Paul v. Virginia, 8 Wall. 

168; Connor 7/. Elliott, 18 How. 591; Donnham v. Alexandria 

Council, 10 Wall. 173; Keyser v. Rice, 47 Md. 203 ; Live Stock Asso. 
V. Crescent City Co., i Abb. U. S. 388 ; Frasher v. State, 3 Tex. 

(App.) 263. 

belone;in{; thereto. In lease. Ombor. v. Jones, 19 N. Y. 234. 

of the shores. In statute. Ripley z/. Knight, 123 Mass. 515. 

public emoluments or . In constitution. Williams v. Cammack, 

27 Miss. 209. 
rights, powers and . In statute. Louisville, etc., R. Co. v, 

Gaines, 3 Fed. Rep. 267. 




Mill"' 



PRIVITY. 



280 



PROCEEDS. 



PBIVITT. or knowledge. In statute. Knowlton v. Prov. S. S. Co., 53 N. 

Y. 79; Lord V. Goodall,4 Sawyer, 294. 
PEIVT. In deed. Clifford v. Hoare, L. R., 9 C. P. 363. 

verdict. Barrett v. State, i Wis. 180. 

PBI2SB. goods. The Adeline, 9 Cranch, 244. 

lawful Butaject of and capture. In statute. U. S. v. Athens 

Armo-v, I Abb. (U. S.) 129. 
PBO. In note. Long v. Colborn, 1 1 Mass. 97. 

PBOBABLE. cause. Munn v. Dupont, 3 Wash.C. C. 31 ; Wasner ta Wyckoff, 

16 N. Y. (S. C.) 178 ; Cooper w. Utterback, 37 Md. 282 ; Harphamr/. 
Whitney, ^^ 111. 32 ; Lacy v. Mitchell, 23 Ind. 67 ; Driggs v. Burton, 
44 Vt. 124; Wheeler v. Nesbitt, 24 How. 544; The Thompson, 3 
Wall. ISS ; Mitchell v. Wall, 11 1 Mass. 492 ; Broad v. Ham, 5 Bing. 
(N. C.) 722; Bacon v. Towne, 4 Cush. 217; Boyd v. Cross, 35 Md. 
197 ; Stansberry v. Fogle, 37 Mo. 469 ; Foshay ?'. Ferguson, 2 Denio, 
617 ; McGurn v. Brackett, 33 Me. 331 ; Ames v. Snider, 69 111. 376; 
Laudaz/. Obert, 45Tex. 539; Hall v. Suydam, 6 Barb. 83; Ulmerv. 
Leland, i Me. 135; Braveboy v. Cockfield, i McM. 270; Carl v. 
Ayres, 53 N. Y. 14 ; Burlingame v. Burlingame, 8 Cow. 141. 
In constitution. Re Coleman, 15 Blatchf. 417. 

In statute. Locke v. (J. S., 7 Cranch, 339 ; Wood v. U. S., 16 Peters, 
342 ; Clifton v. U. S., 4 How. 243 ; Buckley v. U. S., 4 How 251 ; U. 
S. V. Bollman, i Cranch C. C. 373. 
PBOBATE. — and testamentary matters. Bank of Hamilton v. Dudley's 
Lessee, 2 Peters, 492. 

PBOBATIONABY. drawings. In contract. Moffatt v. Dickson, 13 C. B. 543. 

FBOCEED. In agreement. Planters' Bk. v. Houser, 57 Ga. 140. 

to sea. In statute. Behucke v. King, 9 S. & R. 154. 

— without delay. In charter-party. Antole v. Gill, 5 Fed. Rep* 
128. 
PBOOBEDZNO. People v. Clark, 9 N. Y. 349. 

In statute. Wilson v. Macklin, 7 Neb. 50 ; Dailey v. Burke, 28 Ala. 
328 ; re Lead MfneCo., 7 Ch. Div. 371 ; Flather v. Stubbs, 2 Q. B. 
614. 
PBOCEEDINaS. In statuU. Morewood v. HoUister, 6 N. Y. 309 ; Wilson v. Allen, 
3 How. Pr. 369 ; Hine v. Belden, 27 Conn. 384 ; Williamson v. 
Champlin, Clarke, 9 ; Rich v. Husson, i Duer, 617 ; Bonesteel v. 
Orvis, 31 Wis. 117 ; Cooper v. Garesche, 21 Mo. 151 ; Hogan v. Hoyt, 
37. N. Y. 300; Queen v. R. Co., L. R., 3 Q. B. 170; re O'Farrell, 3 
Ben. 192. 

in court. Dwight v. Phillips, 48 Barb. 1 16. 

in the cause. Ward v. Cohen, 3 S. C. 338. 

thereupon. In statute. U. S. v. Knight, 3 Sumner, 3714 

judicial, legislative or other public official . In statute. San- 
ford V. Bennett, 24 N. Y. 20. 
PBOOEBDS. Belmont v. Pouvert, 35 N. Y. (S. C.) 208 ; Mitchell v. Danforth, I3 
Bush. 331. 
In insurance policy. Haven v. Gray, 12 Mass. 71 ; Dow v. Hope Ins. 
Co., I Hall, 166 ; Dow v. Whotton, 8 Wend. 160 ; Hancox v. Fishing 
Ins. Co., 3 Sumner, 134 ; Whitney w. American Ins. Co., 3 Cow. 210. 
In will. Thomson's Appeal, 89 Pa. St. 36. 



ICEEDS. 
3o., S3 N. 



V, Athens 



/. Wyckoff, 
larpham v. 
V. Burton, 
lompson, 3 
im, 5 Ring. 
iss, 35 Mtl. 
n, 2 Denio, 
69 111. 376 : 
; Ulmer v. 
JO ; Carl v. 
141. 

„ 16 Peters, 
ow 251 ; U. 

V. Dudley's 

C. B. 543- 



; Fed. Rep- 



ke, 28 Ala. 
lbs, 2 Q. B. 

m V. Allen, 
illiamson v. 
Bonesteel v. 
igan V. Hoyt, 
O'Farrell, 3 



.37'' ' 
statute. San- 

Danforth, 12 

;. Hope Ins. 
)X V. Fishing 
., 3 Cow. 210. 



PROCEEDS. 



28X 



PROFESSION, 



FBOOEEDS — Continued. 

of a mortgage. In will. American Bible Soc. v. Van Norman, 

2 N. W. Rep. 244. 

or avails. Cushman v. Richards, 100 Mass. 233, 

of BUOh sale. /// statute. Stock v. Holland, L. R., 9 Ex. 147. 

surplus . In statute, Hannibal, etc., R. Co. v. Bartlett, 123 Mass. 

15- 
PBOCESS. Webster v. Com., 5 Cush. 403 ; Piper z/. Brown, 4 Fish. Pat. Cas. 175 ; 

Bailey v. Williams, 6 Oregon, 71. 
In constitution. Sprague v. Birchard, i Wis. 469 ; Porter v. Vander- 

cook, II Wis. 70; Gilmerv. Bird, 15 Fla. 410; Hanna v. Russell, 13 

Minn. 80, Lowry v. Harris, 12 Minn. 225 ; Blair v. Reading, 99 IIU 

600. 
In statute. McBratney v. Usher, i Dill. 367 ; Hyatt ta Allen, 56 N. Y. 

553 ; Bailey w. Williams, 6 Oregon, 71 ; Forsyth v. Pierson, 9 Fed. 

Rep. 801 ; Corning v. Burden, 15 How. 267 ; U. S. v. Noah, i Payne, 

375 ; People v. Nevens, 1 Hill, 154 ; Utica City Bk. v. Buel, 9 Abb. 

Pr. 385; Fitzpatrick 7/. New Orleans, 27 La Ann. 457; Reddick v. 

Cloud, 7 111. 670 ; Curry v. Hinman, 1 1 111. 420 ; Scarritt v. Chapman, 

II 111. 443 ; Taylor v. Henry, 2 Pick. 397; Nichols 7>. Mitchell, 70 

III. 258 ; Guerin v. Rose, 33 Cal. 292 ; Tully v. Baubien, 10 Iowa, 187 ; 

Coxe V. Martin, 44 Pa. St. 322 ; Drexel v. Miller, 49 Pa. St. 246; 

Solomon v. Graham, 5 El. & Bl. 324 ; Long v. Wordsworth, 4 B. & 

Adol. 367 ; Attorney-General v. Sillem, 2 H. & C. 623 ; 10 H. L. Cas. 

704; Hannibal, etc., R. Co. v. Crane, 102 III. 249, 

all . In statute. Fluester v. McClelland, 8 C. B. (N. S.) 360. 

legal . In statute. Sauer v. Steinhaur, 14 Wis. 77. 

FBOOLAMATIOir. Lapeyre v. U. S.. 17 Wall. 191. 

PBOOUBE. Re Smith, 3 Hurl. & N. 234 ; re Black, 2 Ben. 196 ; Henslow v. Fawcett» 

3 Ad. & E|l. ss ; Gibson 7a Birch, Cam & M. 458. 

advise and assist. In indictment. U. S. v. Wills, 7 Peters, 138, 

or suffer. In statute. Wilson v. City Bk., 17 Wall. 473; Bu- 
chanan V. Smith, 16 Wall. 277. 
FBOCUBES. — ^any female to hav? illicit carnal connection with any man. 

In statute. People v. Foderigas, 49 Cal. 11. 
FBODUCE. In will. Newland v. Shepherd, 2 P. Wms. 194; Craft v. Snook, 13 N. 
J. (Eq.) 121. 

an income. /» statute. Johnson v. Perley, 2 N. H. 56 (9 Am. 

Dec. 35). 

broker. In statute. U. S. v. Simons, i Abb. U. S. 470. 

of a &rm. . '« statute. Mayor v. Davis, 6 W. & S. 269. 

or commodity. State v. Borroum, 23 Miss. 478. 

yearly . In deed. Ladd v. Abel, 18 Conn. 515. 

In contract. Stewart v. Smith, 29 III. 397. 

of distillation. In statute. One Vaporizer, 2 Ben. 439. 



PRODUCT. 
PRODUCTION'. 

PRODUCTIVE. 
PROFESSION. 

86 



In statute. Taylor v. Hathaway, 29 Ark. 600 ; Dano v. R. Co., 27 Ark. 
567. 
real estate. In will. Holcomb v, Holcomb, 11 N. J. (Eq.) 476. 

Thompson v. Bertrand, 23 Ark. 733. 

trade and occupation. In statute. Comm'rs v. Reynolds, 7 W. 

& S. 330. 




(MM 



PROFESSION. 



282 



PROMISSOR Y. 



PBOFESSION — Continued. 

trade or employment. Wilcox v. Mifkllesex Comm'rs, 103 

Mass. 545. 

occupation or employment. In statute, Scliuchardt v. People, 

99 III. 504. 

PROFESSIONAL. employment. In statute. Pcnnock 7/. Fuller, 41 Mich. 153. 

gambler. In statute. State v. Newton, 59 Ind, 173. 

PROFIT. guecn v. Capel, 12 Ad. & Ell. 414. 

a prendre. Pierce v. Keator, 70 N. Y. 419. 

on cargo. In insurance policy, Halhead v. Young, 6 El. & BI. 324. 

on on palm oil. In insurance policy. Chope v. Reynolds, 5 C. B. 

(N. S.)64i. 

purpose of . In statute. Morris v. Walker, 15 Q. B. 598; Bear v. 

Bromley, 16 Jur. 45 ; 1 1 Eng. L. & Eq. 414. 
In statute, Reg. v. Inhabitants, 3 Q. B. 250. 

Matthews?/. Crosby, 56 N.H. 21; Connely 7/. Davidson, 15 Minn. 519; 

Wallace v. Beebe, 12 Allen, 35,^; Fuller v. Miller, 105 Mass. 103; 

Mers 7/. Conover, 11 Off, Pat. Gaz. 11 11. 
In deed. Lord Rokeby v, Elliot, 27 W. R. 58 ; L. R., 5 Ch. 103. 
In promissory note, Matthews v. Crosby, 56 N. H. 21. 

/v statute. Queen v. Mayor, 9 Ad. & Ell. 435 ; Eyster v. Centennial 
H )ard of Finance, 4 Otto, 500. 

Ill baneflts. In will. Collier v, Grimsey, 36 Ohio St. 17. 

and commodities. In lease. Queen v. R. Co., 14 Q. B. 25. 

in hand. In agreement. Re Trading Co., L. R., 4 Ch. App. 475. 

used in construction. In statute. Grant v. Hartford, etc., R. Co., 

3 Otto, 225 ; Hartford, e*c., R. Co. v. Grant, 9 Blatchf. 542. 

rents and . Mansfield v. Atwood, 84 111. 497. 



PROFITABLE 
PROFITS. 



PROHIBITED. 



from. In insurance policy. Odiorne v, Ins. Co., loi Mass. 551. 

Washburn v, Phillips, 2 Mete. 296; Mayo v. James, 12 Gratt. 17; 



PROHIBmON'. 

Quimbo Appo v. People, 20 N. Y. 531; U. S. v, Hoffman. 4 Wall. 158. 
In statute, Casby v. Thompson, 42 Mo. 133. 

writ of . In constitution. Cannon v, Kenireld, 57 Cal. 550. 

PROJEOTIOITS. In statute. Cushing v. Bo-ton, 128 Mass. 330. 

PROLIXITY, without unnecessary . In statute. Merrillr/. Everett, 38 Conn. 48. 

PROMISE. Avery 71. Inhabitants of Tyringham, 3 Mass. 160 (3 Am. Dec. 105). 

In statute. Saunders v. Wakefield, 4 B. & Aid. 604; Simpson 7/. Yead. 
L. R., 4 Q. B. 626; State v, Harker, 4 Harr. (Del.) 559. 

of marriage. In statute. People v. Alger, i Park. C. C. 333 ; 

Kenyon ?'. People, 26 N. Y. 203. 

acknowledgment or . In statute. Palmer v. Andrews, i McAII, 

495- 

collateral . Nelson v, Boynton, 3 Mete. 396 (37 Am. Dec. 148) ; 

Stone V. Walker, 13 Gray, 615 ; Clay v. Walton, 9 Cal. 334, 

original . Nelson v, Boynton, 3 Mete. 396 (37 Am. Dec. 148) ; 

Stone 7/. Walker, 13 Gray, 615; Clayz/. Walton, 9 Cal 334. 

PROMISED. to pay. In plea. Metcalf 7/. Robinson, 2 McLean, 363. 

PROMISSOBY. note. Bolton v. Dugdale, 4 B. & Adol. 620 ; Hall v. Farmer, 5 

Denio, 484; Corbitt 7'. Stonemetz, 15 Wis. 170; Harding 7'. State, !»4 



sson y. 

nm'rs, 103 
V. People, 
Mich. 153. 



, & Bl. 3U- 
Ids, s C. B. 

)8 ; Bear v. 



Minn. 519; 
Mass. 103 ; 

103. 

Centennial 

5t. 17. 
B. 2$. 

n. App. 475. 
etc., R, Co., 

Mass. SJi. 
2 Gratt. 17; 
4 Wall. 1 58. 

il. 550. 

38 Conn. 48. 
:c. 105). 
son 7', Yead, 

. c. c. 333; 

ws, I McAll, 

I. Dec. 148) ; 

334. 

. Dec. 148); 

334. 

363- 

7'. Farmer, 5 

K v. State, S4 



PROMISSOR 1'. 



Its 



PROPERTY. 



FBOMIBBOBY 



PROMOTE. 



FBOMOTEB. 

FBOMOTEBS. 

FBOOF. 



FBOFEB. 



FBOFEBTY. 



- ('(jntinued. 
Ind. 359; Poorman v. Mills, 35 Cal. 118; Conn v. Thornton, 46 Ahi. 
587 ; Corbett v. State, 24 Ga. 287. 

In statute. Harding v. State. 54 Ind. 359; l^ S. v. Hardyman. 13 J^ct. 
176; People V. Bradley, 4 Park., C, C. 245 ; Com. Ins. Co. 7>. Whit- 
ney, I Mete. 22; Blanchenhagen v. Blundell, 2 B.& Aid. 420; Dame- 
wood t^. Stitc. I How. (Miss.) 264; Spanglcrv, Com.. 3 Binney, 353: 
Com. V. McLaughlin, 4 Rawle. 464; Stewart v. Com. 4 S. & R. 194; 
Com. V. Richards, i Mass. 337 ; Com. v. Brettand, 100 Mass. 206; 
Phelps V. People, 72 N. Y. 334 ; Rex v. Ranaon, i Russ. & Ry. 235; 
Rex V. Box, I Russ. & Ry. 301; Sibley v. Phelps, 6 Cush. 172. 

In plea. Webster v. Bainbridge, 20 N. Y. (S. C.) 180. 

note not negotiable. In statute. Currier v. Lockwood, 40 Conn. 

350. 
note signed in the presence of an attesting witness. In 

statute. Daggett v. Daggett, 124 Mass. 149- 
notes. In indictment. Com. v. Gallagher, 126 Mass. 54: Com. v. 

Griffiths, I2ri Mass. 252; Com. v Ashton, 125 Mass. 384; Com. v. 

Butts, 124 Mass. 140. 
notes for the payment of money. In statute. Culp v. State, i 

Port. 33 (26 Am, Dec. 357). 
a lottery' In st. tute. Mi'lor v. Com., 13 Bush, 73J. 



the pru^resa of sciet3'}e and the useful arts, in constitution. 

Martenetti v. Magu! - i Abb. (U. S.) 360. 
Emma Silver Mining Co. v. Lewis, 4 C. P. Div. 396. 
In statute. Wheeler v. Board, L. R., 4 Ex. 303. 
SchlossT'. Creditors, 31 Cal. 201. 
In statute. Hill v. Hunt, 20 N. J . (L.) 476 ; Stanley v. Horner, 24 N. 

J. (L.) 511; Brown v. Hinchman, 9 Johns. 75. 
is evident. In constitution. Webb v. State, 4 Tex. (App.) 167 ; 

ex parte Cook, 2 Tex. (App.) 388 ; ex parte Moore, 5 Tex. (App.) 

109; McCoy 7/. State, 25 Tex. 38^ ex parte Foster, 5 Tex. (App.) 

626. 

of service. In statute. Neff v. Pennoyer, 3 Sawy. 283. 

satisfiMtory . In statute. Van Steenbergh v. Kortz, no Johns. 

167 ; Hill V. Watson, 10 S. C. 268. 
In deed. Morris v. Rhydydefed Colliery Co., 3 Hurl. & N. 888. 
and needflil structures. In decree. Lonsdale Co. v. Mores, i 

Cliff. 547. 

books of account. In statute. Re Bellis, 3 Ben. 54. 

executive authority. In treaty. The British Prisoners, i 



Woodb. & M. 75. 
Rogers v. Kenney, 9 Q. B. 593 ; re Parrot, i Fed. Rep. 481 ; Stahl v. 

Webster, 11 111. 511; U. S. v. Rogers, 9 How. 127; Dlassus v. U. S.. 

9 Pet. 117 ; Smith v. U. S., 10 Pet. 3.^9; Soulard v. U. S., 4 Pet. S"- 
In constitution. People v. Eddy, 43 Cal. 331; Savings Soc. v. Austin, 

46 Cal. 415 : O'Hara v. Stock, 90 Pa. St. 477 ; Munn v. People. 69 

111.80; City of New Orleans v. Mechanics', etc., Ins. Co., 30 La. 

Ann. 876 (31 Am. Rep. 232); People v. Hibernia Sav. So., 5: Cal. 

243 (21 Am. Rep. 704); re Wong Yung Quy, 2 Fed. Rep. 624; Old 

Colony, etc., R. Co., v. Plymouth, 14 Gray, 155; Sherman v. Elder, 



!fi 






iflpjiwiim *iiiitiiini'iwgbU'wJii>wg>{ait;<wEi^'" 



»»!;MI'".'.'H!!.J,S_ . 



PROPERTY. 



284 



PROPERTY. 



1 

t! 



PROPERTY — Continued. 

24 N. Y. 381 ; Primm v. City of Belleville, 59 111. 142; People v. 

Worthington, 21 111. 171 ; State v. Philadelphia, etc., R. Co., 45 Md. 

361; Smith V. Metropolitan Gas Co., 12 How. Pr. 187; Straub v. 

Gordon, 27 Ark. 625; Home Ins. Co. 7/. City Council, 50 Ga. 530; 

ex parte Cooper, 3 Tex. (App.) 489; Rigney v. City of Chici go, 102 

111. 65 ; People v. Badlam, 57 Cal. 594 ; ex parte Cooper, 3 Tex. 

(App.) 489 ; Stevens v. State, 2 Ark. 291 (35 Am. Dec. 72). 
In contract. Re Hutchins, 4 Q. B. Div. 483; Chamberlain v. Western 

Trans. Co., 45 Barb. 218. 
In insurance policy. Wheton v. Old Colony Ins. Co., 2 Mete, i; Hol- 

brook V. Brown, 2 Mass. 280 ; Wiggin v. Mercantile Ins. Co., 7 Pick. 

271; Locke V. North American Ins. Co., 13 Mass. 6i; Tylers/, .^tna 

Ins. Co., 12 Wend. 507 ; 16 Wend. 385 ; Springfield Ins. Co. v. Allen, 

43N.Y. 398. 

In statute. Belcher v. Sikes, 6 B. & C. 236 ; Doe v. R. Co., 2 Q. B, 
363; Warren v. Howe, 2 B. & C. 282; Queensbury Soc. v. Pickles, 
L. R., I Ex. i; re Cigala, 7Ch. Div. 351; Queensbury Soc. v. Pickles, 
3 H. & C. 860; Queen v. Overseers, L. R., 6 Q. B. 717 ; Webb v. 
Whiffin, L. R., 5 H. L. 711; Helbert v. Banner, 5 H. L. 28; 
Keys V. Milwaukee, etc., R. Co., 25 Wis. 693; Wilson 7/. 
Boyce, 2 Otto, 320; Barclay v. Plant, 50 Ala. 509; Mitchell v. 
Mitchell, 35 Miss. 108; People r/. Williams, 24 Mich. 156; Cross v. 
Haldeman, 15 Ark. 200; Adams v. Hackett, 7 Cal. 203 ; Tracy v. 
Leland, 2 Sandf. 729 ; Owen v. Smith, 31 Barb. 646 ; De Witt v. San 
Francisco, 2 Cal. 289; People v. Mayor, 9 Barb. 533; Bancroft v. 
Curtiss, 108 Mass. 47; Fling v. Goodall, 40 N. H. 208; Crone v. 
Braun, 23 Minn. 239; Hopkins v. Folger, 60 Me. 266 ; Miflingtown 
V. Jacobs, 69 Pa. St. 151 ; Coe v. Columbus, etc., R. Co., 10 Ohio 
St. 372; White River Ip. Co. v. Vermont Cent. R. Co., 21 Vt. 590; 
Wilmington R. Co. v. Reid, 13 Wall. 264; Stanley v. Stanley, 26 Me. 
191; Union Ins. Co. v. U. S. 6 Wall. 759; Wilson v. Boyce, 2 Otto, 
320; West Side Bk. v. Pugsley, 47 N. Y. 368; Children v. Cutler, 
16 Mo. 24; Eypert v. Bolemus, 2 Abb. N. C. 193 ; Sansbury v. State, 
3 Tex. (App.) loi. 

In will. Spencer v, Higgins, 22 Conn. 529; Wheeler v. Dunlop, 12 B- 
Monr. 293 ; Monroe v. Jones, 8 R. I. 526 ; Foxall v. McKenney, 3 
Cranch C. C. 206; Funchess v. Seibe, 27 Miss. 27; Den v. Payne, 

5 Hay, . 104 ; Morris v. Henderson, 37 Miss. 492 ; Rosetter v. Sim- 
mons, 6 S. & R. 452 ; Pell v. Ball, Spears Ch. 48 ; Adams v. Jones, 

6 Jones (Eq.), 221; Phippin v. Ellison, 12 Ired. (L.) 61 ; McLenmore 
V. Goode, I Harp. (Eq.) 272 ; Foxall v. McKenney, 3 Cranch C. C. 
206 ; Brown v. Brown, 41 N. Y. 507 ; Laing v. Barbour, 1 19 Mass. 523. 

and eSbots. In deed. Reynolds v. Bullock, 26 W. R. 678. 

In statute. Cross v. Haldeman, 15 Ark. 20a; Crane v. Braun, 23 

Minn. 239 ; Fling v. Goodall, 40 N. H. 208. 
In will. Morgan v. Morgan, 6 B. & C. 518. 
and estate. In deed. Railroad Co. v. Trimble, 10 Wall. 367 ; 

Allen V. White, 97 Mass. 507. 
deemed desirable in the transaction of its business. In 

' statute. Iowa Lumber Co. v. Foster, 49 Iowa, 25 (31 Am. Rep. 
140). 
of another. In statute. Com. v. Stearn-s 2 Mete. 343. 



. 'iflsUCMiliM t 



OPERTY. 



; People v. 
. Co., 45 Md. 
' ; Straub v. 

50 Ga. 530 ; 
Chicago, 102 
>per, 3 Tex. 
72). 

1 V. Western 

[etc. i; Hoi- 

Co., 7 Pick. 

i^ler V. .^tna 

Co. V. Allen, 

Co., 2 Q. B. 
;. V. Pickles, 
:. V. Pickles, 
7 ; Webb v. 
H. L. 28; 

Wilson V. 

Mitchell V. 
,6; Cross v. 
3 ; Tracy v. 

Witt V. San 

Bancroft v. 
5; Crone v. 
Miflingtown 
'o., 10 Ohio 
, 21 Vt. 590: 
inley, 26 Me. 
)yce, 2 Otto, 
en 7/. Cutler, 
)ury V. State, 

unlop, 12 B> 
iIcKenney, 3 
en V. Payne, 
etter v. Sim- 
ms V. Jones, 
McLenmore 
branch C. C. 
19^358.523. 
'. R. 678. 
V. Braun, 23 



I Wall. 367 ; 

tsiness. In 
I Am. Rep. 

♦3. 



PROPERTY. 



a85 



PROSECUTE. 



PBOFEBTY — Continued. 

of whatsoever kind, tenure or nature. In statute. Wilson z/. 

Hood. 3 H. & C. 148. 
on board. In insurance policy, Whiton v. Old Colony Ins. Co., 

2 Mete. I. 
other than land. In statute. Regina v. Water Co., 6 El. & Bl. 

loio. 

personal and real. In will. Pell v. Bell, i Speer (Eq.) 56. 

recovered or preserved. In statute. Pinketton v. Eastin, L. 

R., 16 Eq. Cas. 490. 
rights or interest of another. In statute. James v. Christy, 

18 Mo. 162. 
shall be restored. In statute. Scattergood v. Sylvester, 15 Q. 



B. 507. 

subject to taxation. Wilcox v. Middlesex Comm'rs, 103 Mass. 

545- 

all merchandise and . In statute. Keeler v. Mich. South. R. R. 

I Biss. 35. 

American . In statute. Bayard v. Ins. Co,, 4 Mason, 265. 

original and idtimate . In constitution. People v. Rector, etc., 

of Trinity Church, 22 N. Y. 44. 

life, liberty or . In constitution. Donahoe w. County of Will, 

100 111. 106. 

other . In statute. Earle v. Sawyer, 6 Cush. 142. 

personal , In statute. Stief v. Hart, i N. Y. 23. 

the said . In will. Peppercorn v. Peacock, 3 Man. & G. 195. 

PEOPOBTION. In statute. State v. Comm'rs, 34 Wis. 162 ; Tyler w. City of St. Louis, 
56 Mo. 60. 

FBOPOBTIONAL. share. Bancroft v. Boston, 115 Mass. 379. 

PBOPORTIONS. just and equal . Cheever v. Clark, 7 S. & R. 514. 

— to buy, sell or procure lottery tickets. In statute. State v. 



PBOPOSALS. - 

Sykes, 28 Conn. 226. 

FBOPBIETOB. In statute. Heine v. Appleton, 4 Blatchf. 125; Tibbits v. Yorke, 5 
B. & Ad. 605 ; Milligen v. Picken, 1 C. B. 800 ; Bronson v. Yancy, 

I Dev. (Eq.) 77 ; Quivey v. Porter, 37 Cal. 458. 

or proprietors. In statute. Boston v. Worcester, etc., R. Co., 

II Cush. 512. 

legal . In statute. Little v. Hall, 18 How. 165. 

PBOPBIETOB8. In contract. Rossiter v. Miller, 3 App. Cas. 1124 ; Rossiter v. 
Miller, 5 Ch. Div. 648. 
In statute. Hall v. Brown, 54 N. H. 472. 
of every railroad. In statute. Pierce z/. Concord R. R., 51 N. 

H.591. 
owners or . In statute. Lister v. Lobley, 6 Nev. & M. 340. 



PBOPBIETY. 
PBO BATA. 

PBOSEOUTE. 



Com. V. Alger, 7 Cush. 70. 

In contract. Penniman v. Stanley, 122 Mass. 310 ; Taylor v. Stevens, 
7 How. Pr. 415. 

with efibct. In bond. Morris v. Matthews, 2 Q. B. 297. 

faSl to . In statute. Martin v. Fales, 18 Me. 23(36 Am. Dec. 693). 



ItMf 



PROSECUTED. 




286 



PROVISION. 









i 
i 



!, 



FBOSECUTED. within one year. In insurance party. Merchants, etc., Ins. 

Co. V. Lacroix, 35 Tex. 249. 
FROSEOUnON. In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 8 Ad. & Ell. 496 ; Com. v. Haas, 

57 Pa. St. 443 ; Dalloway v. Turrell, 26 Wend. 383; State v. Harden- 

burg, 2 N. J. (L.) 355. 
maintenance and punishment of offenders. In statute. Reg. 

V. Birmingham, 10 Q. B. 127. 

of the action. In statute. Hume v. Druyflf, L. R., 8 Ex. 214. 

FBOSEOXmONS. criminal . In constitution. State w. Wolcott, 21 Conn. 279. 

FHOSECUTOR. In statute. Phillips w. Bevans, 23 N. J. (L.) 373- 

FROSTITXJTE. State v,. Stoyell, 54 Me. 24. 

FROSTTPUTION. purpose of . In [statute. State v. Stoyell, 54 Me. 24; Os- 

born V. State, 52 Ind. 526; State v. Ruhl, 8 Iowa, 447 ; Com.!/. 

Cook, 12 Mete. 93; Carpenter I/. People, 8 Barb. 603. 

FROTECT. In constitution. Peters v. Grubb, 21 Pa. St. 455. 

FROTECnON. In statute. Re Glaser, 2 Ben. 180. 

purposes. In insurance policy. Arkansas Ins. Co. f. Bostick, 

27 Ark. 539. 
PROTEST. Coddington v. Davis, i N. Y. 186; Breusler v. Arnold, i Wis. 264; 
Ayerault v. Pacific Bk., 47 N. Y. 570; Townsend v. Lorain Bk., 2 
Ohio St. 345. 
in writing. In statute. Knowles v. City of Boston, 129 Mass. 

SSI. 

waive . In contract. Coddington?/. Davis, i N.Y. 186; 3 Denio, 

16. 

FROTESTABIiE. security. In statute. Dunn v. Adams, i Ala. 527 (35 Am. 

Dec. 42). . 

FROTESTANT. dissenters. Drummond v. Atty.-General, 2 H. L. Cas. 387. 

religion. In constitution. Hale v. Everett, 53 N. H. 9 (16 Am. 



Rep. 82). 
FROTESTED. Breusler v. Arnold, i Wis. 764; Brannon v. Hursell, 112 Mass. 63 
FROTRACTED. Knight v. Wilder, 2 Cush. 210. 
FROVABLE. debt. In statute. Re Schwartz, 14 Blatchf. 196; Sigsby v. 

Willis, 3 Ben. 374. 

under bankruptcy. Crew v. Terry, 2 C. P. Div. 403' 

FROVE. his debt. In statute. Re Bigelow, 2 Ben. 483. 

which he could . In charter-party. (Jether v. Capper, 15 C. B. 

39;iSC. B. 697. 
PROVED. not . In statute. Queen v. Robinson, 12 Ad. & Ell. 673. ■ 

PROVIDE. or prepare the means for. Charge to Grand Jury, $ McLean, 

306. 
PROVIDED. Stanley v. Colt, 5 Wall. 119; Carroll?/. State, 58 Ala. 396. 

In statute. Burgwyn v. Whitfield, 81 N. C. 263; Chapin z*. Harris, 8 

Allen, 596. 
In will. Colt V. Hubbard, 33 Conn. 281. 
-. — always. Heaston v. Commrs., 20 Ind. 398. 
In will. Martelli v. Holloway, L. R., 5 H. L. 533. 

she has no lawful issue. In will. Wright v, Denn, 10 Wheat. 

204. 
PROVISION. Quincy v. Rogers, 9 Cush. 291. 



TT' 



VISION. 
etc., Ins. 

1. V, Haas, 
•). Harden- 

ute. Reg. 

)x. 214. 
Conn. 279. 



2. 24 ; Os- 
7 ; Com. V. 



V. Bostick, 

Wis. 264 ; 
rain Bk., 2 

129 Mass. 

; 3 Denio, 

7 (35 Am. 

Cas. 387. 
:. 9(16 Am. 

ass. 63 
Sigsby V, 

er, 15 C. B. 

'3- 

S McLean, 

V. Harris, 8 



P HO VISION. 



287 



PUBLIC. 



PBOVISION — Continued. 

or article of food. In statute. Boteler v. Corporation, 2 

Cranch C C. 676. 

any by will. In statute. 

FBOVISIONAL. remedy. In statute. 



U. S. V. Duncan, 4 McLean, 100. 
Noonen v. Orton, 28 Wis. 386; Nosser 



FBOVISIOIVS. 



PBOVISO. 
FBOVOKE. 

fboximate. 
fbuiIential 

FUBLIO. 



10 Wheat. 



V. Corwin, 3O How. Pr. 540; McCarthy v. McCarthy, 54 How. Pr. 

97. 
/;/ statute. Hamilton v. O'Neil, 9 Mo. 1 1 ; Crooke v. Slack, 20 Wend. 

117; Plummer v. Currier, 52 N. H. 288; McLester v. Somerville, 

54 Ala. 670. 
as may be found on hand for fiunily use. In statute. State 

7'. Connor, 73 Mo. 572. 

for flamily use. In statute. Atkinson v. Catcher, 23 Ark. loi. 

or munitions of war. In statute. U. S. v. Barber, 9 Cranch, 

243; U. S. V. Sheldon, 2 Wheat 119. 
00m, fbdder, meat and other on hand. In will, Mooney v. 

Evans, 6 Ired. (Eq.) 363. 
Carroll v. State, 58 Ala. 396; Wayman v. Southard, 10 Wheat. 30; 

Voorhees v. U. S., 10 Pet. 449. 

stir up or contention and strife. In statute. State v. Warner, 

34 Conn. 276. 

Insurance Co. v. Boon, 95 U. S. 117. 

cause. States. Railroad, 52 N. H. 528. 

concerns. In statute. Willard v. Newburyport, 12 Pick. 227. 

In statute. Town of Hamden v. Rice, 24 Conn. 351. 

act. Lassly v. Fontaine, 4 Hen. & M. 146 (4 Am. Dec. 510) ; 

Unity V. Burrage, 13 Otto, 454; Portsmouth Livery Co. v. Watson, 
lo Mass. 91 ; Burnham v. Webster, 5 Mass. 266; U. S. v. Porter, i 
Cranch C. C. 369 ; Bank of Utica v. Smedes, 2 Cow. 662 ; Pierce v. 
Kimball, 9 Me. 54; Morgan v. Cree, 46 Vt. 773; Village of Wi- 
nooski V. Gookey, 49 Vt. 282. 

w-Timiftl office or charge. In statute. Ki __ v. Inhabitants, i 

B. & Ad. 795. ' 

assembly. In statute. Summerlin v. State. 3 Tex. (App.) 441. 

benefit. Tyler v. Beecher, 44 Vt. 648 (8 Am Rep. 398). 

blockade. The Circassian, 2 Wall. 135. 

buildings. In statute. Queen v. Carruthers, 4 B. & S. 817; 

Babcock v. Goodrich, 47 Cal. 488 ; State v. Troth, 34 N. J. (L.) 377. 

corporation. Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 4 Wheat. 518; 

Sayre v. North-western Tp, Co., 10 Leigh, 454; Dean z/. Davis, 51 
Cal. 406; Turnpike Co. v. Wallace, 8 Watts, 316 ; Dearborn v. Bos- 
ton, etc., R. Co., 4 F^st. (N. H.) 179; Ten Eyck v. Delaware, etc.. 
Canal Co., 3 Harr. (N.J.) 200 (37 Am. Dec. 233). 

debt. Morgan v. Cree, 46 Vt. 773. 

— — document. In statute. Grindell v. Brendon, 6 C. B. (N. S.) 698 ; 
Flemings. Newton, i H. L. Cas. 363; Blunt z/. Patten, 2 Paine, 393; 
McCall V. U. S., I Dakota Terr. 328. 

dues. Anderson v. Thompson, 10 Bush, 132. 

duties. In statute. Reg. v. Guardians, 17 Q. B. 156 ; Mayor v. 

Overseers, 17 Q B. 859. 



I ii 



HOR 




i^aa 



PUBLIC, 



288 



PUBLIC. 



PUBUC — Continued. 

employment. Brown v. Shevell, 2 Ad. & Ell. i43- 

enemy. State v. Moore, 74 Mo. 413. 

exhibition of feats of horsemanship. U. S. v. Buffalo Park, 

16 Blatchf. 189. 
gambling house. In statute. Lockhart v. State, 10 Tex. 275 ; 

Rice V. State, 10 Tex. 545 ; Buck v. State, i Ohio St. 61. 
grotind. In deed. Town of Lebanon v. Comm'rs, 9 Ohio, 80(34 

Am. Dec. 422). 
highways. Toledo, etc., R. Co. v. Pence, 68 111. 524; Coe v. 

New Jersey R. Co., 28 N. J.(Eq.) 100; Koelle v. Knecht, 99 111. 403. 
house. In deed. Com. v. Cuncannon, 3 Brewst. 344 \ Pease v. 

Coats, L. R., 2 Eq. Cas. 688. 
* In statute. Smith v. State, 37 Ala. 472 ; Bass v. State, 37 Ala. 469 ; 

Brown v. State, 27 Ala. 47; Huffman v. State, 29 Ala. 40; Moore v. 

State, 30 Ala. 550; Burnett v. State, 30 Ala. 19; Wilson v. State, 31 

Ala. 37 1 ; Bently v. State, 32 Ala. 596 ; Shilhagan v. State, 9 Tex. 430, 
improvement. In statute. City of New Haven v. Whitney, 36 

Conn. 373. 
indecency. In statute. McJunkins v. State, 10 Ind. 140 ; Jen- 
nings V. State, 16 Ind. 335 ; State v. Huey, 16 Ind. 338. 
lamp-posts. In contract. Davenport, etc., Co. v. Davenport, 



13 Iowa, 229. 
lands. In statute. Newhall r/. Sanger, 2 Otto, 761; Haydenfeldt 

V. Davey, etc.. Mining Co., 10 Nev. 290. 

law. See Public Act. 

library. In statute. Providence Athenseum v. Tripp, 9 R. I. 

560; 8 R. I. 39. 
local law. In constitution. County Comm'rs v. Comm'rs, 51 

Md, 457 ; County Comm'rs v. Meekins, 50 Md. 28. 

lots. In tcwn plot. Rutherford v. Taylor, 38 Mo. 315. 

minister. U. S. i/. Benner, Baldw: 234. 

money. In statute. Branch v. U. S., 12 Ct. of CI. 281. 

office. Re Hathaway, 71 N. Y. 238 ; People v. Common Council, 

77 N. Y. 503. 
■ officer. Armitage v. Hamer, 3 B. & Adol. 795. 



In statute. Morse v. City of Lowell, 7 Mete. 152 ; Hayman v. Pond. 7 
Mete. 329 ; Mitchell v. Nelson, 49 Ala. 88 ; State v. Bradley, 48 
Conn. 546. 

or objectionable purpose. In lease. Gannett v. Albree, 103 

Mass. 374. 

peace and order. In statute. Neuendorff v. Duryea, 6 Daly, 276. 

parochial fkmds. In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 3 B. & Adol. 

725. 

place. In deed. Carter v. Abshire, 48 Mo. 301. 

In statute. Williams v. State, 64 Ind. 553 (31 Am. Rep. 135) ; State v. 
Weekly, 29 Ind. 206 ; Eastwood v. Miller, L. R., 9 Q- B. 440 ; Bows 
V. Fenwick, L. R., 9C. P. 337 ; Henderson v. State, 59 Ala. 89; Reg. 
V. Cruesden. 2 Camp. 89; Reg. v. Webb, i Den. C. C. 338; Farmer 
V Com., 8 Leigh, 741; Coleman v. State. 13 Ala. 602 ; Flake v. 



(«awt-j^)> ■-■>«-'»■" 



■ itwsr)t«i'*a >-vosit^»»" ■*v**' wi^! 



;i..ifT«*^aJ^ -vffre**i*si*:'«i*rt>**«w**>''*^.'« 




■M 



'UBLIC. 

falo Park, 

Tex. 27S ; 

ihio, 80(34 

\\ Coe V. 
99 111. 403- 
; Pease v, 

' Ala. 469 ; 
Moore v. 
V. State, 31 
9 Tex. 430. 
rhitney, 36 

140; Jen- 
Davenport, 
^aydenfeldt 

5p, 9 R. I. 
omm'rs, 51 

!i. 

}n Council, 



1 V. Pond, 7 
Bradley, 48 

Albree, 103 

6 Daly, 276. 
; B. & Adol. 



;); State v, 
440; Bows 
ila. 89 ; Reg. 
$38 ; Farmer 
2 ; Flake v. 



PUBLIC. 



289 



PUBLIC. 



PUBLIO— Continued. 

State, 19 Ala. 551; Campbell v. State, 17 Ala. 369; Smith v. State," 
52 Ala. 384; Walker v. Com., 2 Va. Cas. 515 ; Arnold v. State, 29 
Ala. 46; Burnett v. State, 30 Ala. 19; Huffman v. State, 30 Ala. 
532; Wilson V. State, 31 Ala. 371; Moore v. State, 30 Ala. 550; Bent- 
ley V. State, 32 Ala. 596; McDonald v. State, 35 Ala. 390 ; Smith v. 
State, 23 Ala. 39 ; Bythword v. State, 20 Ala. 47 ; Coleman v. State, 
20 Ala. SI ; Clarke v. State, 12 Ala. 492; Burdine v. State, 25 Ala. 
60; Sherwood v. State, 25 Ala. 78 ; Roquemore v. State. 19 Ala. 528 ; 
Com. V. Vandlne, 6 Gratt. 689; Purcell v. Com., 14 Gratt. 679; Com. 
V. Feazle, 8 Gratt. 585; Windsor v. Com., 4 Leigh, 680; Shihagan v. 
Steele, 9 Tex. 430 ; Mofft v. State, 43 Tex. 346 ; Cainile v. State, 35 
Ala. 392 ; Scammon v. Scammon, 28 N. H. 428 ; Tidd v. Smith, 3 N. 
H. 181; Taylor v. State, 22 Ala. 15 ; Reg. v. Holmes, 3 C. & K. 360; 
Reg. V. Orchard, 3 Cox C. C. 248 ; Queen v. Harris,. L. R., i C. C. 

. 282 ; Reg. V. Thallman, i Leigh & C. 326 ; Rex v. Watson, 2 Cox C. 
C. 376: Russell V. Dyer, 40 N. H. 73 ; 43 N. H. 396; Cahoon v. Coe, 
n N. H. 556; re Birch, 15 C. B.744; re Freestone, i Hurl. & N.94; 
Hill V. Balls, 2 Hurl. & N. 300 ; Henderson v. State, 59 Ala. 91 ; 
Phillips V. State, 51 Ala. 20; Napier v. State, 50 Ala. 169; Ray w. 
State, 50 Ala. 172. 

printixig. Ellis v. State, 4 Ind. i. 

purpose. In statute. Mitchell v. Burlington, 4 Wall. 270 ; Rog- 
ers V. Burlington, 3 Wall. 654; Reg. v. Guardian, 17 Q. B. 156; 
Mayor v. Overseers, i^ Q. B. 859. 

— — purposes. In will. Dolan v. Macdermott, L. R., 5 Eq. Cas. 60. 

revenue. Morgan v. Cree, 46 Vt. 773. 

road. King v. Wright, 3 B. & Ad. 681; King v. Mellor, i B. A 

Ad. 38. 

roads. In statute. Buncombe Tp. Co. v. Baxter, 10 Ired. (L.) 222. 

sale. In statute, Robbins v. Bellas, 4 Watts, 258. 

schools. Merrick v. Amherst, 12 Allen, 508 ; Jenkins v. Andover. 

103 Mass. 97. 

seal. Kirksey v. Bates, 7 Port. 529 (31 Am. Dec. 722). 

— — secujrities. Morgan v. Cree, 46 Vt. 773. 

security. In statute. U. S. v. Irwin, 5 McLean, 183. 

square. In statute. Westfall v. Hunt, 8 Ind. 174 ; City of Lo- 

gansport v. Dunn, 8 Ind. 378. 
statutes. See Public Act. 

stocks. In statute. Wells v. Porter, 2 Bing. N. C. 722 ; Hewitt 

V. Price, 4 Man. & G. 356. 

stocks and securities. Hall v. Middlesex Comm'rs, 10 Allen, 

100. 

— street, highway and sidewalk. In indictment. State v. 
Moriarty, 74 Ind. 103. 

street or road. In statute. Case v. Storey, L. R., 4 Ex. 319. 

taxes. In statute. Morgan v. Cree, 46 Vt. 773. 

taxes, rates and assessments. In statute. Buffalo City Cen. 

Co. V. BuflFalo, 46 N. Y. 506. 

trade. Gibson v. Ireson, 3 Q. B. 44. 

trade or business. In deed. Wickenden v, Webster, 6 El. ft 

Bl. 387. 
37 




i 1>i!l 



I ! ill 

1 18; 



jMiMif 



I' UBLIC. 



290 



PULSE. 



•SMBIAO — Continued. 

trust. In constitution. Re Oaths, 20 Johns. 462 j Seymour v. 

Ellison, 2 Cov/. 29, note, 
vise. Orr v, Quimby, 54 N. H. 590; Hildreth v. Adamson, 8 C. 

B. (N. S.) 594. 
In constitution, Walther %>, Warner, 25 Mo. 277 : Board of Education 

V. Hackman, 48 Mo. 243 ; Buffalo & N. Y. K. R. v. Brannan, 9 N. 

Y. 100; Bradley v. New York, etc., R. Co., 21 Coin. 294; Fisher v, 

Horicon Iron, etc., Co., 10 Wis. 354; New Orleans, etc., R. Co. v, 

R. Co., 53 Ala. 211 ; Cum. v. Horrigan, 2 Allen, 159; Chambers v, 

Satterlee, 40 Cal. 497 ; Railroad Co. v. City of Stockton, 41 Cal. 149 ; 

Channel Co. r/. R. Co., 51 Cal. 269; Gilmer v. Lime Point, 18 Cal. 

229; Com. V. Tewksbury, 11 Mete. 5;; Manufacturing Co. v. Head, 

56 N. H. 386 ; Olmstead v. Camp, 33 Conn. 532 ; Beekman v, Sara- 
* toga, etc., R. Co., 3 Paige Ch. 45 (22 Am. Dec. 679) note ; Memphis 

Freight Co. v, Memphis, 4 Coldw. 419; Enfield Toll Bridge Co. v. 

Hartford, etc., R. Co., 17 Conn. 42. 
In statute, Jennings v. Pierce, 15 Blatchf. 42. 

use and sale. Ryan v, Goodwin, 3 Sumn. 514. 

welflure. Shaver v, Starrett, 4 Ohio St..494 ; Sessions v. Crim- 

keton, 20 Ohio St. 349. 
work erected or in progress of erection. In statute. City 

Sewerage Utilization Co. v. Board of Health, i Leg. Gaz. 402. 
works. In statute, Seibert v. Cave der, 3 Mo. (App.) 423 ; re 

Public Works, 13 Fla. 699. 

worship. Att'y-Gen. v, Merrimack Manfg. Co., 14 Gray, 586. 

in assembly. In statute. Smith v. State, 63 Ala. 57. 

PXTBLIOATION. Re Newall, 4C. B. (N. S.) 269; Wenman v. Ash, 13 C. B. 840 ; 

Swindles. State, 2 Yerg. 581 (24 Am. Rep. 515); Hodges z'. State, 5 

Humph. 112. 
In statute. Boucicault v. Wood, 2 Biss. 34 ; Crowe v, Aiken, 3 BIss. 

208. 
In statute. Myers v. Callaghan, 5 Fed. Rep. 73c. 

other . In statute. U. S. v. Williams, 3 Fed. Rep, 484. 

place of . In statute, Leroy v, Jamison, 3 Sawy. 377. 

PUBLISH. In plea. Watts f. Greenlee, 2 Dev. (L.) 118. 

make and ready to be delivered. In order, 

ell, 6 M. A W. 473 (8 Dowl. 392). 
Doe V. Burdett, 4 Ad. & Ell. 17. 
In contract. Stoops v. Smith, 100 Maiss. 63 ; W 

387. 
In statute. Boucicault v. Chatterton, 5 Ch. P i8» ; Musselbrook 

V, Dunkin, 9 Bing, 605 ; Macarthur v. Can-. i, 5 B, & Ad. 5 '.8. 

one regularly . In statute. Walton v. Harris, 73 Mo. 491. 

printed and . In plea, Sproul v. Pillsbury, 72 Me. 20. 

signed and . Indeed, Vincent r/. Bishop of Soder, 8 C. B. 905 ; 

Johns V. Dickinson, 8 C. B. 934. 
In will. Curteis v, Kenrick, 3 M. & W. 461. 
Sproul V. Pillsbury, 72 Me. 20. 

Indian. U. S. v. Joseph, 4 Otto, 614 ; 4 Sawy. 599 {note). 

stock of . In statute. Rex v. Woodward, i Moody, 323. 



PUBLISHED. 



Brooke v. Mitch- 



.;uTk, 106 Mass. 



FUBLtSHEB. 

PUEBLO. 

PULSE. 



I 



^. M ie T< itmM h! »*^ n Mil * * m ll» n — «l ftT | ll M 



Mite 




PULSE. 

Jeymour v, 

(nson, 8 C. 

Education 
niian, 9 N. 
; Fisher v. 
.. R. Co. V. 
iiambers v. 
[I Cal. 149; 
int, 18 Cal, 
■o, V, Head, 
lan V. Sara- 
,■ Memphis 
idge Co. V. 



ns V. Crim- 

atute. City 

;. 402. 

pp.) 423; re 

tray, 586. 

C. B. 840; 
:s V. State, 5 

ken, 2 Biss. 



484. 

r. 

Ice V. Mltch- 

rk, 106 Mass. 

Musselbrook 

St Ad. S',8. 

[o. 491- 

20. 

8 C. B. 905 ; 



{note). 
. 3*3- 



PUNCTUATION. 



291 



PURPORT. 



PXTBOHASE. 



PUNCTUATION. Ewing 7/. Burnet, 11 Peters, 41. 

PUNISHABLE. In statute. Com. v. Pemberton, 118 Mass. 36 ; McLaughlin's Case. 
107 Mass. 225. 

PUNISHMENT. State v. Lawrence, 45 Mo. 492 ; U. S. :'. Ulrici, 3 Dill. 532. 

PUNITIVE. damages. Chiles v. Drake, 2 Mete. (Ky.) 147. 

In instructions of court. Roth v. Eppy, 80 111. 283. 

Durando v. Durando, 23 N. Y. 331 ; Kohl v. U. S., i Otto, 367 ; Green 
V. Blanchar, 40 Cal. 194 ; Clay v. Wyatt, 6 J. J. Marsh. 584. 

In statute. McCartee v. Orphan Asylum, 9 C( " 437 (18 Am. Dec. 
516); Clay 7/. Wyatt. 6 J. J. Marsh. 584; Durando v. Durando, 23 
N. Y. 331 ; Burt v. Merchants' Ins. Co., 106 Mass. 360 ; Farring- 
ton V. Wilson, 29 Wis. 383 ; King v. Townrow, i B. & Ad. 479 ; Blake 
V. Attersoll, 2 B. & C. 879 ; Kingz/. Inhabitants, 4 B. & Adol. 152 ; 
Commercial Bk. v. Nolan, 8 Miss. 508 ; Jackson v. Brown, 5 Wend. 
S90 ; Gordon v. Preston, i Watts, 385 ; Pierson v. Laurence. 2 
Blatchf. 495. 

— money. In statute. Austin v. Uni'erwood, 37 111. 438 ; Hoyt v. 

Van Alstyne, 15 Barb. 568; Eyster v. Halheway, 50 111. 521; 

Henisler v. Nickum, 38 Md. 270 ; Davis v. Peabody, 10 Barb. 91 ; 

Allen V. Hawley, 66 111. 164 ; Smith v. Lackor, 23 Minn. 454. 

actual . In statute. Pierson v. Laurence, 2 Blatchf. 495. 

by . In statute. Farrington v. Wilson, 29 Wis. 384. 

Smith V. Spies, 2 Hall, 477 ; Curtis v. Burdick, 48 Vt. 166. 
In will. Askew v. Booth L. R., 1 7 Eq. Cas. 426. 
PUBOHASEB. In statute. Draper v. Bryson, 26 Mo. 108 ; Steele v. Spencer, i Pet. 

552 ; Halbert v. McCullock, 3 Mete. (Ky.) 456 ; Lancaster v. Dolan, 

I Rawle, 231 ; Dillingham v. Bolt, 37 N. Y. 198 ; Schmidt v. Hcyt. 

I Edw. 652; Meyer z/. Car Co., 12 Otto, 9; Bank v. Frank, 45 N. Y. 

(S.C.)404;re Hopper, 2 Halst. Ch. 325; Gilpin v. Davis, 2 Bibb, 416 

(5 Am. Dec. 622 ); Lancaster z/. Dolan, i Rawle, 231 (18 Am. Dec. 

62s). 
or inoumbranoer. In statute. Wood 7'. Chapin. 13 N. Y. 509. 

bona fide . In statute. Cloud z/. Dupree, 28 Ga. 170; Sanderson 

V. McAffee, 42 Ga. 250. 

subsequent . In statute. Van Rensselaer w. Clark, 17 Wend. 25. 

PUBOHASEBS. In statute. Fowler v. McCartney, 27 Miss. 509. 

for a valuable oonsideration without notice. In statute. 

Wailes v. Cooper, 24 Miss. 208. 

of incumbrances. In statute. Turner v. Pabb, 60 Mo. 342. 

subsequent . In statute. McNitt v. Turner, 16 Wall. 352; 

Henderson v. Downing. 24 Miss. 106. 
PUBGHASma. building or . In will. Chapman v. Brown, 6 Vesey, 404. 



PUBCHASED. 



PUBEIiY. 

PUBIX>IN. 
PUBPOBT. 



public charity. In constitution. Burd Orphan Asylum v. Upper 

Darby School District, 90 Pa. St. 21; Cleveland Library Association 
V. Pelton, 36 Ohio St. 253. 

andembesBle. In statute. Carpenter v. Mason, 12 Ad. & Ell. 

630. 
Com. V. Wright, i Cush. 46 ; State v. Bonney, 34 Me. 383 ; State v. 

Witham.47 Me. 195 ; State v. Wimberly, 3 McCord, 190 ; State v. 

Molier, i Dev. 263; State v. Carter, Conf. N. C. 210; State v. 

Crawley, 13 La. Ann. 300 ; Chamberiain v. State, 5 Blackf. 573; 

Com. V. Parmenter, 5 Pick. 279. 



iHMii 



mt^tm 



PURPORT. 



292 



QUANTITY, 



FUBSUAirOE 
FUBSXJAirF. 

FUBSXTTF. 
FUT. 



PUBFOET — Continued. 

In indictment. Com. v. Wright, i Cush. 65 ; State v, Atkins, 5 Blackf. 
458 ; Flowers v. Bitting, 45 Ala. 448. 

FXTBFOBTED. In indictment. Com. v. Twitchell, 4 Cush. 76. 
PUBFOBTHTG. In statute. Snow v. State, 14 Wis. 482. 

that any money will be paid. In statute. State v. Page, 19 

Mo. 213. 
FUBFOBE. In statute. Rex v. Hcflfcrnan, i Jehb, 4. 

of obtaining. In statute. King t/. Ridgway, 5 B. & Aid. 530. 

of profit. In statute. Bear v. Bromley, 18 Q. B. 271. 

of prostitution or oonoubinage. In statute. State v. Feasel, 

74 Mo. 524. 
FUBFOSELT. In statute. Carter v. State, 17 Ind. 307 ; Fahnestock v. State, 23 Ind. 
231. 
artfully and framed. In plea. Kerr v. Force, 3 Cranch C. C. 8. 

FUBFBESTUBE. Atty.-Gen. v. Evart Booming Co., 34 Mich. 402; Moore v. Jack- 
son, 2 Abb. N. C. 211. 

in of the aot. In statute. Smith v. Shaw, 10 B. & C. 284. 

to the aot. In indictment. U. S. v. Latorre, 8 Blatchf. 135. 

to law. In statute. Woodruff v. Barney, i Bond, 531. 

In statute. King v. Hart, 6 B. & S. 253. 

in foroe. In statute. North-Eastern R. Co. v. Mayor, 9 B. & S. 

630. 

in her posseasion. In will. Breckenridge v. Duncan, 2 A. K. 

Marsh. 50 (12 Am. Dec. 359). 

into writing. In statute. Queen v. Registers, 7 Q- B. 156. 

— out. Perry v. Fitzhouse, 8 Q. B. 757. 
FUTS. Ex parte Young, 6 Biss. 53 ; re Chandler, 9 Bankr. Reg, 514 ; Plxley v. 

Boynton, 79 111. 351. 
FUrmrO. out. /« statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, » i Ad. & Ell. 657. 

QUAIJFIOATIOir. State v. Seay, 64 Mo. 89. 

In statute. U. S. v. Williams, i Dill. 485. 
QTTALIFIOATIONS. In constitution. Hall v. Hostetter, 17 B. Monr. 785 ; Com. v. 
Jones, ID Bush, 744. 

of an elector. In statute. Byrne v. State, 12 Wis. 519. 

QUALIFIED. In constitution. Hall v. Hostetter, 17 B. Monr. 785; Com., v. Jones, 
10 Bush, 744. 
In statute. People v. Supervisor, 100 111. 332. 

elector. Sanford v. Prentice, 28 Wis. 358. 

successor. In statute. Beebe v. Robinson, 64 Ala. 171. ' 

QUANTITY. Com. v. O'Connell, 12 Allen, 453. 

In statute. Scattergood v. Tutton, 2 Fed. Rep. 28. 

and quality. In deed, Adams v. Fotheringham, 3 Mass. 252 

(3 Am. Dec. 151). 

and quality unknown. In bill of lading. Tully v. Terry, L. R., 

8 C. P. 679. 

guaranteed. In bill of lading. Bissell v. Campbell, 54 N. Y. 

353- 



.- ^ A i <IT I ff « eg l finiMMl [<i afl% M IMl1 W BnW B»W»)f^^ 




NTITY. 
, 5 Blackf. 

/. Page, 19 

Jd. 530. 

7/. Feasel, 

ite, 23 Ind. 

ichC.C.8. 
re V. Jack- 

\ 284. 
if. 135. 

r, 9 B. & S. 
in, 2 A. K. 
B. 156. 
4 ; Pixley V. 

.657. 

S5 ; Com. V. 

519. 

m. , V. Jones, 

171. * 

3 Mass. 252 
Terry, L. R., 
,ell. 54 N. Y. 



QUANTITY. 



293 



RACE 



QUANTITY — Continued. 

defloienoy in . In bill of lading. Meyer v. Peck, 28 N. Y. 590. 

whole . In statute. Scattergood v. Tutton, 2 Fed. Rep. 28. 

right to do all such . In lease. McKee v. Brooks, 20 Mo. 526. 

larger qxiantity than one . In statute. Sappington v. Carter, 

67 III. 482. 
Tn lease. Guardians v. Guardians, 6 B. & S. 918. 
— account. In guarantee. Melville v. Hayden, 3 B. & Aid. 595. 

of com. In statute. Master of St. Cross v. Ld. Howard, 6 

Term Rep. 338. 
In statute. Bensusan v. Murphy, i^ P.atchf. 536. 

corporation. Riddle v. Merrimac River Locks, 7 Mass. 169; 

Inhabitants v. Wood, 13 Mass. 193; Levy Court v. Conner, 2 Wall. 
501. 

derelict. Sturtevant v. The George Nicholaus, i Newb. 449. 



QUABBYINa. 
QUABT. 

QUABTEBLY. 
QUARTERS. 

QUARTS. 
QUASI. 



QUAY. 
QUESTION. 



QUESTIONED. 
QUI. 



QUICK. 



Mayor v, U. S., lo Pet. 662. 

ottaat. Loviner v. Pearce, 70 N. C. 167. 

of title of real estate. In statute. Murray v. Van Derlyn, 24 

Wis. 67. 
— of title to real property. In statute. Spencer v. Winselman, 

42 Cal. 481. 
touching the said imprisonment or punishment. In statute. 

U. S. V. Daniel, 6 Wheat. 542. 

shall be in . In statute. Latham v. Spedding, 17 Q. B. 440. 

, has not been . In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 12 Ad. & Ell. 

182. 

haeret in litera, haeret in oortioe. Tracy v. Troy, etc., R. Co., 

38 N. Y. 433 ; Booth v. Williams, 2 Ga. 252. 

s'exouse, s'aoouse. Stephens v. People, 19 N. Y. 569. 

tarn. O'Kelly v. Athens Manfg. Co., 36 Ga. 51. 

with child. Reg. w Wycherley, 8 C. & P. 262 ; Goldsmith's Case, 



QUIET. 

QXTIETLY. 

QUIT. 
QUORUM. 

QUOTA. 
RACE. 



3 Camp. 76; State v. Cooper, 2 Zabr. 52 ; Rex v. Russell, i Moody, 
356 ; State v. Smith, 32 Me. 369 ; Com. v. Reid, i Leg. Gaz. 182. 

In indictment. Com. v. Parker, 9 Mete. 600 ; and see Hall v. Hancock, 
15 Pick. 255 (26 Am. Dec. 599). 

with (diild. Reg. v. Wycherley, 8 C. & P. 262. 

and peaceable possession. In deed. Akerly v. Vilas, 23 Wi- 

207. 

enjoy. In deed. Whitbeck v. Cook, 15 Johns. 483 (8 Am. Dec. 

272). 

In deed. Gordon v. Haywood, 2 N. H. 402. 

Grindley v. Barker, i Bos. & Pul. 229 ; Withnell v. Gartham, 6 T. R. 
388. 

In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 4 B. & S. 256; State v. Wilkes- 

ville, 20 Ohio St. 288. 
of any city or town. In statute. Inhabitants v. Inhabitants, 

97 Mass. 383. 



field. 

public — 



In statute. Com. v. Wilson, 9 Leigh, 648. 
, In statute. Ash v. Lynn, 7 B. & S. 255. 



II 



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mmm 



mm 



wm 



wMaiMiMtMtM 



H ACE WAY 



294 



RA^'E. 



RACEWAY. 

BAFFLE. 

BAQS. 

RAILINO. 

BAILBOAD. 



BAILBOADS. 
BAILWAY. 



BAINY. 
BAISE. 






RAISED. 



RAisnra. 

RANK. 

RANSOM. 

RAPE. 



In deed. Wilder v. DeCou. 26 Minn. 10. 
State V. Pinchback, 2 Mill (S. C.) 130. 

In insurance policy, Elliott v. Hamilton Ins. Co., 13 Gray, 139. 
In statute. Munson v. Town of Derby, 37 Conn. 310. 
St. Louis, etc., R. Co. v. North-western, etc., R.Co., a Mo. (App.) 69 ; 

Munkins v. Kansas, etc., R. Co., 60 Mo. 334. 
In statute. Lake Superior, etc., R. Co. v, U. S., 3 Otto, 442; John- 
son V. Louisville, etc., R. Co., 10 Bush, 231 , Louisville, etc., R. 

Co. V. Louisville, 2 Duv. 175 ; Black v. Philadelphia, etc., R. Co., 

58 Pa. St. 249; State v. Johnson, Phill. (L.) 140; Com. v. Haverhill, 

7 Allen, 524. 
oompanies. In statute. County of Randolph v. Post, 3 Otto, 

509 ; Moneypenny v. Sixth Avenue R. Co., 4 Abb Pr. (N. S.) 357. 

company. In statute. Tucker v. Ferguson, 22 Wall. 527. 

oorporatioxM. In statute. City of Dubuque v. Chicago, etc., 

R. Co., 47 Iowa, 196 ; First Nat. Bk. v. Davies, 43 Iowa, 424. 

track. In statute. Chicago, etc., R. Co. v. People, 98 111. 354. 

In statute. St. Louis Bolt & Iron Co. v. Donahoe, 3 Mo. (App.) 559 ; 

Chicago V. Evans, 24 111 . 52. 
Phipps V. Daubney, 16 Q. B. 524 ; Imlay v. Union Branch R. Co., 26 

Conn. 254 ; St. Louis R. Co. v. North-western St. Louis R. Co., 2 

Mo. (App.) 69. 
corporatioii. In statute. Union Trust Co. v. Kendall, 20 Kas. 

5>5. 
the . In statute. Garton v. Bristol R. Co., 4 Hurl. & N. 48 ; 

4 Hurl. & N. 832 ; 6 Hurl. & N. 930 ; Directors v. Garton, 8 H. L. 

Cas. 477- 

days. In charter-party. Balfour v. Wilkins, 20 Alb. L. J. 161. 

In will. Bateman v. Bateman, i Atk. Ch. 421. 

and school all the testator's children. In will. Shoemaker v. 

Stobaugh, 59 Ind. 598. 
and support armies. In constitution. U. S. v. Fairchild, i Abb. 

(U. S.) 74. 
provided $6,000 shall be . In subscription paper. New London 

Inst. V. Prescott, 40 N. H. 330. 
to be out of my estate. In will. Bray v. Lamb, 2 Dev. (Eq.)' 

372 (25 Am. Dec. 718). 

Reg. V. Whipp, 4 Q. B. 145. 

Bryant v. Foot, 7 B. & S. 725- 

Maisonnaire v. Keating, 2 Gall. 325. 

Reg. V. Lloyd, 7 C. & P. 318 ; Reg. v. Stanton, 1 C. & K. 41S ; Reg- 
V. Case, I Den. C. C. 580 ; Reg. v. Wright, 4 F. & F. 967 ; S. v. A., 
39 L. T. (N. S.) 128 ; Lord Audley's Case, 12 Mod. 340; i How. St. 
Trials, 387 ; Reg. v. Russen, r East P. C. 438 ; Reg. v. Allen, 9 C. 
& P. 31 ; Reg. V. Jordan, 9 C. & P. 118; Reg. v. Gammon, $ C.& 
P. 321 ; Reg. V. Hughes, 9 C. & P. 752 \ Reg. v. McRue, 8 C. & P. 
641 ; Reg. w. Lines, i C. & K. 393; Reg. v. Fletcher, 8 Cox C. C. 
131 , Reg. V. Lock, L. R., 2 C. C. R. 10; Reg. v. Hallett, 9 C. &. 
P. 748; Reg. V. Jones, L. R., 2 C. C. R. 10 ; Reg. v. Woodhurst, 12 
Cox C.C. 443 ; Reg. v. Martin, 9 C. & P. 213; Reg. v. Johnson. 10 
Cox C.C. 114; Reg. V. Read, i Den. C. C. 377; Com. v. Merrill, 



t^^soKmxiKm 



wtSttM 



mm 



mtm 




RAPE. 



295 



RAPE. 



BAPB — Continued. ^ 

14 Gray, 415 ; Smith v. State, 12 Ohio St. 466; State v. Hagerman, 
41 Iowa, 151 ; State v, Erickson, 45 Wis. 86 ; Hiill v. State, 22 Wis. 
580 ; Com. V. Fogerty, 8 Gray, 489 ; Williams v. State, 14 Ohio, 222 ; 
Blackburn v. State, 22 Ohio St. 102 ; Penn v. Sullivan, Add. 143 ; 
Stout 7/. Com., II S. & R. 177 ; State v. Knapp, 45 N. H. 148; Com. 
V. Burke, 105 Mass. 376; People %>. Dohring, 59 N. Y. 374 ; People 
V. Morrison, i Park. C. C. 626; Anderson v. State. 41 Wis. 430 ; 
State V. Ruth, 21 Kas. 138 ; Turners. People, 33 Mich. 363 ; Hays 
V. People, I Hill, 351 ; O'Meara?/. State, 17 Ohio St. 515 ; Moore v. 
State, 17 Ohio St. 521 ; State v. Cross, 12 Iowa, 66; People v. Mc- 
Donald, 9 Mich. 1 50 ; State v. Tarr, 28 Iowa, 397 ; Don Moran 
V. People, 25 Mich. 356 ; Walter v. People, 50 Barb. 144 ; 
St.le V. Crow, 10 West. L. J. 501: Croswell v. People, 13 Mich. 426; 
People V. Metcalf, i Wheel. C. C. 378 ; State v. Shepherd, 7 Conn. 
54 ; state v. Stoyall, 54 Me. 24 ; Com. v. McDonald, no Mass. 455 ; 
Reg. V. Sweenie, 8 Cox C. C. 223 ; Reg. v. Barrow, L. R., i C. C. 
156 ; Reg. V. Young, 14 Cox C. C. 114; Reg. v. Camplin, i C. & K. 
746; Reg. V, Page, 2 Cox C. C. 133 ; Higgins v. People, i Hun, 
307; Reg. T'. Flattery, 13 Cox C. C. 388; Reg. v. Myers, 12 Cox 
C. C. 311 ; Reg. v. Pressy, 10 Cox C. C. 635 ; Reg. v. Barrett, L. R., 
2 C. C. 81 ; Reg. v. Saunders, 8 C. & P. 265 ; Reg. v. Williams, 8 C. 
& P. 286; Reg. V. Clark, Dears. C. C. 397 ; Taylor v. State, 50 Ga. 
79; McNairv. State, 53 Ala. 453; Dawson v. State, 29 Ark. 116; 
Bradley v. State, 32 Ark. 704 ; State v. Johnson, .69 N. C. 55 ; State 
V. Hargrave, 65 N. C. 466; Com. v. Thomas, i Va. Cas. 307 ; State v. 
Leblanc, 3 Brev. 339: Waller r/. State, 40 Ala. 325; Davisr/. State, 
43 Tex. 189 ; Thompson v. State, 43 Tex. 583; Stephen v. State, 11 
Ga. 525 ; State v. Burgdorf, 53 Mo. 65 ; State v. Murphy, 6 Ala. 765 ; 
Charles v. State, 6 Eng. (Ark.) 389 ; Auschicks v. State, 6 Tex. 
(App.) 524; Pleasant v. State, 3 Ark. 360; Wyatt v. State, 2 Swan, 
394; Lewis V. State, 30 Ala. 54; Walters. State, 40 Ala. 325; 
Crockett f. State, 49 Ga. 185 ; Jenkins v. State, i Tex. (App.) 346; 
State V. Handy, 4 Harr. 566 ; Davenport v. Com., 1 Leigh, 588 ; 
Laurence v. Com., 3 Gratt. 845 ; State v. Tilman, 30 La. Ann. 245 ; 
Com. V. Fields, 4 Leigh. 648 ; Carter v. State, 35 Ga. 263 ; State v. 
Brooks, 76 N. C. I ; State v. Green, 2 Wh. St. Med. Jur. 267 ; Com. 
V. Berle, 2 Wh. St. Med. Jur. 245; People v. Quinn, 50 Barb. 128 ; 
People V. Royal, 53 Cal. 62 ; Wesley v. State, 65 Ga. 732. 

assaiilt with intent to commit . People v. McDonald, 9 Mich. 

1 50; Reg. w. Stanton, I C. & K. 415; Reg. v. Case, i Den"". C. C. 
580; Reg. V. Lloyd, 7 C. & P. 318 ; Reg. v. Dungey, 4 F. & F. 99 ; 
Reg. V. Lock, L. R., 2 C. C. R. 10 ; Reg. v. Connelly, 26 U. C. Q. 

B. 323 ; Reg. v. Day, 9 C. & P. 722 ; Reg. v. McCararan, 6 Cox C. 

C. 64 : Reg. V. Fich, 16 U. C. C. P. 379 ; Hays v. People, i Hill, 
351 ; Com. V, Thompson, 116 Mass. 346 ; State v. Vadnais, 21 Minn. 
382 ; Com. V. Merrill, 14 Gray, 415 ; Smith v. State, 12 Ohio St. 446 ; 
Hull V. State, 22 Wis. ; Garrison v. People, 6 Neb. 274 ; Preisher v. 
People, 47 111. 382; HayesT/. People, i Hill, 351 ; Carter v. State. 
35 Ga. 263 ; State v. Neely. 64 N. C. 4^5 : Com. v. Stratton, 1 14 Mass. 

' 303 ; People v. Carmichael, 5 Mich. 10; State v. Johnston, 76 N. C. 
209; State w. Pickett, 11 Nev. 255 ; State v. Brooks, 76 N. C. i ; 
Walters. People. 50 Barb. 144 ; Clark v. State, 30 Tex. 448; Reg. 
V. Bennett, 4 F. & F. 1105 ; People v. Bninsby, 32 N. Y. 525; Reg. 
V. Flattery, 13 Cox C. C. 388; Com. v. Fields, 4 Leigh, 648; Pleaa- 



RAPE. 



396 



REAL. 



RASCAL. 
BATABLB. 



BATB. 



BAPB — Continued. 

ant V. State, 3 Ark. 360; Slate v. Cross, 12 Iowa, 66; Reg. 7/. Hallett, 

9 C. A P. 748; UcK. V. VVrighf, 4 F. & F. 967 ; Joicev. State, 53 Ga. 

80; State V. Montgomery. 63 Mo. 296 ; Lewis v. State, 35 Ala. 380 ; 

State %>. Elich, 7 Jones (N. C.).68. 
Brown v. Minis, 2 Mill (S. C.) 235. 

polls. Opinion of the Justices, 7 Mass. 523. 

property. In statute. Queen v. Overseers. 10 B. A S. 337. 

value. In statute, Darrow v. Langdon, 20 Conn. 294. 

In marine policy. Insurance Co. v. Wright, 1 Wall. 456. 

In statute. Burlington, etc.. R. Co. v. Lancaster Co., 4 Neb. 293 ; People 

V. Dolan. 36 N. Y. 59 ; King v. Inhabitants, i B. & Ad. 350 ; State v. 

Utter, s Vroom, 489. 

made and levied. In statute. Queen v. Eyton. 3 El. ti Bl. 391. 

of fltre. In statute. Chase v. N. Y. Cent. R. R., 26 N. Y. 533, 

In statute. Reg. v. Rose, 6 Q. B. 1 56 ; Goodhew v. Williams, 3 C. P. 

Div. 382. 
taxes and duties. In lease. Curtis v. Pierce, 115 Mass. 186; 

Blake v. Baker, 115 Mass. 188. , 

Barker v. Berry, 8 Mo. (App.) 449. 

conflnned and made valid. In statute. Barker v. Chester- 
field, 102 Mass. 129. 
Smith V. Kelly. 13 Mete. 309; Clough v. Clough, 73 Me. 488. 
confirm, and make valid. Barker v. Chesterfield, 103 Mass. 

128. 
In marine policy. Insurance Co. v. Wright, i Wall. 456. 
Harperz/. Deep, 3lnd. 225. 
In indictment. People v. Quinn. 50 Barb. 128 ; Davis v. State, 42 Tex. 

226. 
In statute. State v. McComas, 11 Mo. 117. 
Com. V. Fogerty, 8 Gray, 490. 

aoow. In plea. Harper v. Delp, 3 Ind. 230. 

hides and skins. In statute. Coggill v. Lawrence, i Blatchf. 



BATED. 



BATES. 



BATIFIED. 



BATIFT. 



BATING. 
BAVISH. 



LAVISHED. 

BAVISHINQ. 

BAW. 



604. 
BEAD. In constitution. Weill f. Renfield. 54 Cal. in. 

BEADY. and willing. In plea. Cort v. R. Co., 17 Q. B. 142. 

for sea. In insurance policy. Pettigrew v. Pringle, 3 B. 4 Adol. 

530; Graham v. Barias. 5 B. &. Adol. 1019. 

to pay. Mitchell v. Gregory, i Bibb. 449 (4 Am. Dec. 655). . 

BEADY-MADE. clothing. In contract. Vance v. Bloomer. 20 Wend. 196. 



BEAL. 



action. In statute. Blood z/. Kemp. 4 Pick. 172; Plympton v. 

Baker, 10 Pick. 473 ; Dummer v. Foster. 7 Mass. 476 ; Crocker v. 
Block, 16 Mass. 448. 

coat. In statute. U. S. v. Sixteen packages, 2 Mason. S3 ; Tap- 
pan V. U. S.. 2 Mason, 399. 

estate. Hine v. City of New Haven, 40 Conn. 484 ; Bowman v. 

People, 82 III. 246. 

In assignment. Chautauque Bk. v. White, 6 N. Y. 236. 

In statute. Bowman v. People, 82 111. 247 ; Portland, etc., R. Co. v. 
Saco, 60 Me. 196 ; People v. Assessors, 39 N. Y. 81 ; Jenkins v. 



■AummmK 



ttte 



wmmammmm. 



REAL. 



297 



REASONABLE, 



BXAL- 



RBAUZB. 



HHjAT.TMT 



BBAB. 



■ Continued. 

Fahey, 73 N. Y. 355 ; Nutter v. Russell, 3 Mctc. 164; People v. Ncwr 
York Tax Comm'rs, 83 Y. N. 459. 
In will. Williams v. Evans. El. & Bl. 738 ; Moare v. White. 3 Ch. 
Div. 763, 
— estate held by an »xeoutor or admlniatrator. /m $iatui<: 
Ex parte Blair, 13 Mete. 127. 
estate of her huBband. In statute. Willet ta Brown. 65 M<>. 138. 

t 

estates. In will. Wilson v. Eden. 18 {^. B. 47$. 

party in interest. In statute. Hutchins v. Wcenis. 35 Mo. 

285; Chew V. Brumagen. 13 Wall. 497. 

property. Wall v. Fairly, 77 N. C. 105. 

seouritie6. In deed. Re Boyd, 14 Ch. Div. 676. 

/ft contract, lorillard v. Silver. 36 N. Y. 578 (35 Barb. 132). 

oolleotor . In contract. Hall 7-. Henderson, 84 111. 61 1. 

RMAUZED. first money and government script . In contract. Stanford v. 

Greene. 18 Iowa, 3 18, 

depart the . In statute. Williams v. Nunn. i Taunt. 370 ; 

Wyndham v. Patterson. 4 Camp. 388. 

Keening v. Ayling, 136 Mass. 40^;. 

in the thereof. In wi'.l. Read v. Clarke, 109 Mass. 83. 

BE-ABBANQB. In statute. Visant v, Knox, 37 Ark. 373. 

RBASOIT. good to apprehend an attack. In statute. Hardin v. State. 63 

Ala. 38. 

BBASOITABLE. Marquis of Salisbury v, Gladstone, 7 Hurl. & N. 1049. 

amount of property. In constitution. Phelps v. Rooney, 9 

Wis. 701. 

amoimt of salvage. In statute. Beardnell 7/. Belson, 9 B. & S. 

324- 
attorney's fbe. In statute. Missouri, etc., R. Co. v. Shirley, 

20 Kans. 660. 

care. . Neal v. Gillet. 33 Conn. 443. 

care and skill. Cunningham v. Hall, 4 Allen, 368. 

cause. In statute. Toof f. Martin, 13 Wall. 40 ; Osgood v. Nel- 
son, L. R., 5 H. L. 636 ; Swift v. Jewsbury, L. R., 9 Q. B. 560 ; re 
Franklin Telegraph Co., 119 Mass. 447 ; Butler v. Butler, 4 Pa. L. 
J. Rep. 384. 

cause of seisure. In statute. Stacey v. Emery. 7 Otto, 645. 

compensation. In assignment. Campbell v. Woodworth, 24 

N. Y. 304. 

diligence. Windham Bk. v. Converse, 22 Conn. 215. 

doubt. Jarrell v. State, 58 Ind. 293 ; U. S. v. McKee, 3 Cent. L. 

J. 95; U. S. V. Babcock, 3 Cent. L. J. 143; Com. v. Costley. 118 
Mass. I ; Donnelly v. State. 26 N. J. L. 615; Arnold v. State. 33 
Ind. 170; Miller v. P<;ople. 39 III. 458; U. S. 7/. Butler, i Hughes, 
457; Mickey r/. Com.. 9 Bush, 593 ; People v. Cline, 44 Mich. 290; 
State I'. Reed, 62 Me. 129; Coleman v. State, 59 Ala. 53; U. S. 7/. 
Knowles, 4 Sawyer, 520; State v. Moan, 55 Iowa, 220 ; State v. 
Hennessey, 55 Iowa, 300; State v. Kearley, 26 Kas. 77. 

efEbrts to efibct personal service. In statute. Flower v. Allen, 

2 H, & C. 688. 
38 



REASONABLE. 



298 



RECEIVED. 



BEASONABLE— Continued. 

notice. In statute. Corpenny v. Sedalia, 56 Mo. 88 ; Jameson 

V. Bancroft, 20 Kans. 169. 
rate. In statute. Chicago, etc., R. Co. v. People, 67 111. 11; 



Campbell v. Marietta, 23 Ohio St. 168. 
— regtOations. In statute, McAndrew v. Electric Tel. Co., 17 C. 



BEABONS. 
BEBUILD. 
BEBXTHiDIlTG- 

KBBUlTiNG. 
BECBEFF. 



BECEEPTB. 

BECEIVABI^. 
BECETVE. 



BEJEIVED. 



B.3. 

reward. In contract. Muirw. Canal Co., 8 Dana, 161. 

time. Bell v. St. Louis, etc., R. Co., 6 Mo. (App.) 363 ; Loring 

V. City of Boston, 7 Mete. 409 ; Seymour v. O'Keefe, 44 Conn. 130; 
Woodruff V. Plant, 41 Co.in. 344 ; Nunez v. Dantel, 19 Wall. 560 ; 
Wiggins V. Binkham, 10 Wall. 129; Wood v. Milwaukee, etc., R. 
Co., 27 Wis. 541 ; Boothby v. Scales, 27 Wis. 626 ; Broadwell v. But- 
ler, 6 McLean, 296; ImhofI v. Chicago, etc., R. Co., 20 Wis. 344; 
Cameron v. Wells, 30 Vt. 633. 

In plea. Taylor v. Clay, 9 Q. B. 713. 

In statute. Bishop v. O'Connell, 56 Mo. 158. 

on request. In contract. Illinois Land Co. v. Beem, 2 Brad- 
well, 390. 

for Buoh appeal. In statute. Nelson v. Cloughland, 1 5 Wis. 393. 

In deed. Burkelow v. Maurer, 3 Rawle, 482. 

effeotually and repairing. In lease. Doe v. Withers, 2 R. 

& Ad. 904. 

Yeaton v. Chapman, 65 Me. 126. 

Reg. V. Ov jrton. Dears. C. C. 308; Rex v. Harvey, Russ & Ry. 237; 
Scholey v. Welsby, Peake, 24; Krutz v. Craig, 53 Ind. 561 ; Staple- 
ton V. King, 33 Iowa, 28; Pauley v. Weisart, 59 Ind. 241 ; Knob- 
lauch V. Kronchnabel, 18 Minn. 306; Western Trans, '"o.v. Bar- 
ker, 56 N. Y. 544 ; Kegg v. State, 10 Ohio, 75. 

In indictment. Reg. v. Martin, i Moody C. C. 483 ; Rex v. Tesich, 2 
East P. C. 925 ; Reg. v. Rogers, 9 C. & P. 41 ; Reg. v. Boardman, 2 
Moody & R. 147; Reg. v. Goldstein, Russ. & Ry. 423 ; Reg. v. Har- 
vey, Russ. & Ry. 227 ; Reg. z/. West, 2 C. & K. 496; Reg. v. Hun- 
ter, 2 Leach C. C. 624 ; Reg. v. Pries, 6 Cox C. C. 165 ; Com. v» 
Lawles, loi Mass, 32 ; Clark v. State, 8 Ohio St. 630 ; State v. Hum- 
phreys, 10 Humph. 442 ; Reg. v. French, L. R., i C. C. R. 217 ; 
Clark V. Newsam, i Ex. 131 ; Reg. v. West, i Den. C. C. 258; State 
V. Bibb, 68 Mo. 286. 

In statute. Horton v. State, 53 Ala. 429 ; Com. v. Talbot, 2 Allen, 161. 

or aoquittanoe. In statute. Rex v. Harvey, i Russ. & Ry. 227. 

upon the thereof. In deed. Smith v. Nesbett, 2 C. B. 386. 

In statute. Wright v. Wilkerson, 41 Ala. 267. 

warehouse . In statute. Tenni v. McNamee, 45 N. Y. 614. 

In will. Minors v. Battison, i App. Cas. 428. 

Harlow v. Tufts, 4 Cush. 448. 

In statute. Bailey v. Ogden, 3 Johns. 399 (3 Am. Dec. 509). 

subsoriptions. In statute. Boyd v. State, 61 Aid. 197. 

In statute. Selden v. Equitable Trust Co., 4 Otto, 422. 

In will Minors v. Battison, i App. Cas. 428 ; West v. Miller, L. R,, 
6 Eq. Cas. 59. 

value . In note. Clayton v. Gosling, 5 B. & C. 362. 



M*/a 



Mwmn 



MMPHMW 



REIVED. 

; Jameson 
67 111. 11; 
Co., 17 C. 



53 ; Loring 
Conn. 130; 
Wall. 560 ; 
ee, etc., R. 
veil V. But- 
o Wis. 344 ; 



m, 2 Brad- 
1 5 Wis. 393. 
ithers, 2 B. 



RECEIVES. 



299 



RECOVERED, 



BECEIVES. 



In statute. Henderson v. Eason, 



BECJiiivnrG. 



BECITE. 
BECITINa. 



Proprietors of White 



Wilhite V. Wilhite. 53 



& Ry, 227; 




;6i ; Staple- 




241 ; Knob- 




'^0. V. Bar- 




V. Tesich, 2 




3oardman, 2 




Reg. V. Har- 




eg. V. Hun- 




65 ; Com. v» 




,ate V. Hum- 




. C. R. 217; 




;. 258; state 




2 Allen, 161. 




I. & Ry. 227. 




B. 286. 




Y. 614. 




). 




97. 




[iller, L. R^ 







moce than his just share. 

17 Q. B. 712. 
In statute. Atty.-Gen. v. King, 5 Price, 195. 

, holding and managing. In charter. 

School-House v. Post, 31 Conn. 242. 
In statute. Ogden v. Walters, 12 Kans. 283. 

the names of the parties. In statute. 

Mo. 71. 
BEOOONIZANCE. State v. Weatherwax. 12 Kans. 463; State v. Houston, 74 N. 
C. 549; Banta v. People, 53 111. 434. 

BECOGiriZEO. British ship. In statute. The Andalusian, 3 Prob. Div. 183. 

BECOLLECT. In plea. Talbott v. Sebree, i Dana, 56. 
BECOMMEND. Malim v. Keighley, 2 Ves. Jr. 333. 

In verdict, Lewis w. State, 51 Ala. i. 
BECOXtrSTBUCnOir. /« statute. Keferstein v. Linkton, 52 Mo. 233. 
BECOBD. Barnes v. Lee, i Cranch C. C. 430 ; Ordway v. Ordway, 4 Wis. 45. 

In statute. Dunn v. Gaines, i McLean, 321. 

of the action. In statute. People t/. Trim, 37 Cal. 274. 

of the French or Spanish governments. In statute. Charlotte 

V. Chouteau, 21 Mo. 590. 

of will. In statute. Hill v. Crockford, 24 N. Y. 128. 

registry and . In indictment. Ream v. Com. 3 S. & R. 207. 

BECOBDED. In statute. Fairbanks v. Davis, 50 Vt. 251. 

by the clerk. In statute. Re Coleman, 15 Blatchf. 417. 

it shall be considered as when received. In statute. Jones 

V. Parker, 73 Me. 251. 

BECOBDS. and judicial proceedings of every other State. In constitution. 

Aldrich v. Kinney, 4 Conn. 380 (10 Am. Dec. 151). 
BECOXTP. Ives v. Van Epps, 22 Wend. 155. 

BECOnVMENT. Davenport v. Hubbard, 46 Vt. 201. 

BECOUBSE. without . Epler v. Funk, 8 Pa. St. 468 ; Watson v. Cheshire, 18 

Iowa, 202 ; Richardson v. Lincoln, 5 Mete. 201 ; Rice v. Stearns, 3 
Mass. 225 ; Upham v. Prince, 2 Mass. 14 ; Johnson v. Nunnerly, 30 
Ark. 153 ; Dumont v. Williamson, 18 Ohio St. 515. 
BECOVEB. In statute. Sawyer v. Inhabitants of Northfield, 7 Cush. 495 ; Brooks 
V. Rigby, 2 Ad, & Ell. 21 ; Philpott v. Jones, 2 Ad. & Ell. 42 ; Davey 
V. Reuton, 2 B. & C. 712 ; Keene v. Deble, 3 B. & C. 493 ; Stevens v. 
Chapman, L. R., 6 Ex. 213; Parr t/. Lillicrap, i H. & C. 616; Ash- 
, croft V. Foi'.lkes, 18 C. B. 270; Touge v. Chadwick, 5 El. & Bl. 950 ; 

Gowens v. Moore, 3 Hurl. & N. 540. 
BECOVEBED. In contract. Ogden v. Des Arts, 4 Duer, 275 

In statute. Reg. v. Mainwaring, i El.. B. & El. 480; Hewitt v. Cory, 
L. R., 5 Q. B. 418. 
, — in pursuance of information given. In statute. Lapham v. 
Olney, 13 Allen, 301. 

or preserved. In statute. The Phillipine, L. R., i Adm. & Ecc. 

309- 
or preserved through his instrumentality. In statute. Cat- 
low V. Catlow, 2 C. P. Div. 367. 
property -. In statute. Birchall v. Pugen, L. R.,Mo C. P. 397. 



RECOVERS. 



BECOVEBS. 



300 



REGULAR. 



In statute. Beard v. Perry, 2 B. & S. 493 ; Boulding v. Tyler, 3 B. & S. 
473- 
BEOOVEBY. Douglass v. Reynolds, 7 Pet. 113; Jones v. Walker, 2 Paine, 688. 

In statute. Hewitt v. Wilcox, i Mete. 1 54 ; Wenham v. Essex, 103 
Mass. 117. . 

action for the of land« In statute. Gledhill v. Hunter, 14 Ch. 

Div. 493. I 

on of the property and conyiction of the offender. In offer of 

reward. Fletcher 7'. England, 3 C. B. 255.. 

BECBUITINQ. — - expenses. In statute. Fowler v. Selectmen, 8 Allen, 80, 
BECTIFIEB. In statute. Re Distilled Spirits, 3 Ben. 70. 
BEDEEMABLE. /;; contract. Swasey v. R. Co., i Hughes, 17. 

BEDELIVEB. or restore the property in the same condition or plight. 

Levy V. Dyers, 3 Cent. L. J. 221. 
BEDEMPnON. Mayer v. Farmers' Bank, 44 Iowa, 212. 

In contract. Swasey v. R. Co., i Hughes, 17. 
BE-ENUSTED. In statute. Barker v. Chesterfield, 102 Mass. 129. 
BEFINE. U. S. V. Pennington, i Pet. C. C. 113. 

BEFINED. coal or earth oils. In insurance policy. Bennett v. North 

British Ins. Co., 81 N. Y. 273 (37 Am. Rep. 501). 

BEFBESHMEirT. In statute. Howes v. Board, i Ex. Div. 385. 

saloon. State v. Hogan, 30 N. H. 268. 

public and entertainment. In statute. Taylor v. Oram, i H. 

& C. 370. 
BEFUSAli. In statute. Inhabitants of fTew Marlborough v. County Comm'rs, 9 Mete. 
432. 

of the premises. In lease. Tracy v. Albany Exchange Co., 7 

N. Y. 472. 

such . In statute. Matthews 7^ Offey, 3 Sumn. 121. 

BEFUSE. of a trade, business or manu&ctory. In statute. Highman v. 

Wright, 2 C. P. Div. 391. 

the payment of In mortgage. Parish v. Wheeler, 22 N. Y. 494. 

to be carried. In statute. Simpson v. Reuton, 5 B. & Adol. 39. 

BEFUBED. if regularly protested and when due. In note. Mitchell v. 

Baring, 10 B. & C. 10. 

shall be given or . In statute. Harringer v. Grcb, 43 Mo. 44. 

with to all the circiimstances of the case. In statute. Queen 

V. Lords, etc., 10 Ad. & Ell. 179. . 

In statute. The Mohawk, 3 Wall. 566. • • 

in bankruptcy. In statute. Re Comstock, 8 Ben. 235. 

BEOISTEBED. companies. In statute. Bowes v. Directors, 11 H. L. Cas. 389. 

BEGISTBATIOIT. In statute. Re Supeivisors of Election, i Fed. Rep. i. 

for the purpose of admission to . In statute, Robertson v. 

Sullivan, 2 Yerg. 91. 
BEGISTBY. U. S. V. Castillero, 2 Black, 17. 
BEQUIiAB. People v. Wilson, 72 N. C. 155 ; Myers v. Rasbeck, 4 How. Pr. 83. 

coiirse of business. Roberts v. Hall, 37 Conn. 205 (19 Am. 

Rep. 308). 
election. In statute. State v. Conrades, 45 Mo. 17. 



BEQABD. 



BEOISTEB. 



V 



-■'-tfiMliUIHNtl 



g wa w w— I 



MM 



REGULAR. 



301 



REGULATION. 



Queen v. Oldham, ip B. & S. 196. 
Bethel v. Comm'rs, 60 Me. 535 ; Watervillo 



ItEOin:.ABLT. 



BXaULATE. 



BEaUIiAB— Continued. 

minister. In statute. 

— sessions. In statute. 

V. Kennebec, 59 Me. 80. 

station. R. Co. v. Flagg, 43 III. 364. 

survey. In marine policy. Dorr v. Pacific Ins. Co., 7 Wheat. 

582; Janney v. Columbian Ins. Co., lo Wheat. 411 ; \iaSv. Marine 

Ins. Co., 8 Johns. 163, 

turn. In contract. Lawson 7>. Burness, i H. & C. 396. 

turns of loading. In charter-party. Leidermann v. Schultz, 

14 C. B. 39. 

- employed. In statute. Wilson v. Gray, 127 Mass. 98. 
given in for taxes. In statute. Macon, etc., R. Co. v. Little, 45 

Ga. 370. 
licensed. In statute. Bone v. State, 63 Ala. 185. 

In statute. U. S. v. Harris, i Sumn. 37. 

and control. In statute. McConvill v. Mayor, 39 N. J. (L.) 38. 

oommeroe. In constitution. Steamship Co. v. Portwardens, 6 

Wall. 31 ; City of New York v. Miln, 11 Peters, 102 ; Dounham v. 
Alexandria, 10 Wall. 173 ; Gibbons v. Odgen, 9 Wheat, i ; State v. 
Wheeling Bridge Co., 18 How. 421 ; Conway v. Taylor, i Black, 603; 
Smith V. Turner, 7 How. 283 ; Nathan v. Louisiana, 3 How. 73 ; 
Henderson v. Mayor of New York, 2 Otto, 259 ; Chy Lung v. Free- 
man, 2 Otto, 27 s; South Carolina v. Georgia, 3 Otto, 9; U. S. v. 
i.v^iliday, 3 Wall. 407 ; Paul v. Virginia, 8 Wall. 168; Freight Tax, 
etc.. Cases, 15 Wall. 232 ; Brown v. State, 12 Wheat. 419. 

oommeroe with the Indian tribes. In constitution. U. S. v. 

Bailey, 1 McLean, 236 ; U. S. v. Cisna, 1 McLean, 256. 

forries. In statute. Minturn v. Larue, 23 How. 435 ; Duckwall 

V. New Albany, 25 Ind. 283. 

or prohibit. In statute. City of Keokuk v. Dressell, 47 Iowa, 

598. 

or suppress bawdy houses. In statute. State v. DeBar, 58 

Mo, 395 ; State v. Clark, 54 Mo. 1. 

sales of auctioneers and transient n^.i>hants. In statute. 

Oskaloosa v. Tullis, 25 Iowa, 44- 

streets. In city charter. Goszler v. Georgia, 6 Wheat. S93. 

the police. In city charUr. City of St. Louis v. Bentz, 11 Mo. 

62. 

^the sale of liquor. In statute. Williams v. State, 48 Ind. 306. 

erect, repair and public wharves. In statute. City of Han- 
nibal V. Winchell, 54 Mo. 172- 

license, tax, and hackney carriages, etc In city charter. Lo- 
gan V. Pyne, 43 Iowa, 524. 

BBaXTLATINa. the rate of interest on money. In constitution. McChesney 

V. People, 99 111. 216 ; Holmes v. Smythe, 100 111. 420. 

BSaXTIiATION. In statute. Reg. v. Robinson, 17 Q- B. 470. 

of the business of the association, and the conduct of ita 

officers. In statute. Bullard v. Bank, 18 Wall. 589. 
police . U. S. V. Dewitt, 9 Wall. 4»- 



III i\ I '1 ' MiiliiitiMivt ■"* -"''"^-^ " '"-' '^"''■^^" 



REGULATIONS. 



302 



REM. 



KEOUIiATIONS. In statute. 



Harvey v. U. S., 3 Ct. of CI. 38. 
relating to health. In statute. Com. v. Fahey, 5 Cush. 409. 



BEHEABTNG. 

BEIMBUIISE. 

REINSTATE. 

REINSTATED 

REJECTED. 

RELATE. 

RELATED. 



RELATINQ. 



RELATION. 



RELATIONS. 



RELATIVE. 
RELATIVES. 



RELEASE. 



RELEVANCY. 
RELIEF. 

RELiaiON. 
REXJQIOnS. 



Emerson v. Davies, i Woodb. & M. 21. 

In contract. Philadelphia, etc., Ins. Co. v. Audenreid, 83 Pa. St. 257. 
In statute. O'Neale v. Caldwell, 3 Cranch C. C. 313. 
In statute. Trustees of Newcastle v. R. Co., 5 Hurl. & N. 178. 

claim . In statute. Rex v. Mayor, i Q. B. 460. 

In statute. Thacher z/. U. S., 15 Blatchf. 18. 

to either party. In statute. Gill v. State, 61 Ala. 170. 

to the parties. In statute. Newman t/. State, 49 Ala. 13. 

to her majesty's revenue. In statute. Queen v, Bakewell, 7 

El. & Bl. 849. 
In statute. Re Pfuelb, 48 Cal. 643 ; Esty v. Clark, loi Mass. 36 (3 

Am. Rep. 320) ; Cleaver v. Cleaver, 39 Wis. 96 (20 Am. Rep. 30) ; 

Kimball v. Storj', 108 Mass. 382. 

of the testator. In statute. Kimball?/. Story, 108 Mass. 383. 

having to her sole and separate property. In statute. Rowe 

V. Smith, 45 N. Y. 230 ; Baum v. Mullen, 47 N. Y. 577. 
In will. HibbertT/. Hibbert, L. R, 15 Eq.Cas. 373; Eagle w. Breton, 

L. R., 15 Eq. Cas. 149; Crosby v. Clare, i Amb. 397; Varrell v. 

Wendell, 20 N. H. 431. 

of the H. flEunlly. In -will. Huling v. Fenner, 9 R. I. 410. 

proportions. In statute. Com. v. Newburyport, 103 Mass. 134. 

In statute. Monroe Co. v. Teller, 51 Iowa, 670. 

In will. Hagardine v. Pults, 27 Mo. 423 ; Drew v. Wakefield, 54 Me. 

291 ; Hfbbert v. Hibbert, L. R., 15 Eq. Cas. 373; Eagles v. Le Breton, 

L. R., 15 Eq.Cas. 149. 

nearest . In will. Ennis v. Pentz, 3 Bradf. 382. 

Ladrick v. Briggs, 105 Mass. 510; Mitchell v. Pratt, Taney, 448; Pal- 
mer V. Bates, 22 Minn. 532. 

In deed. Altringer v. Capehart, 68 Mo. 441 ; Jackson v. Fish, 10 Johns. 
456 ; Lynch v. Livingston, 6 N. Y. 422 ; Lord Wellesley v. Withers, 
4 El. & Bl. 757- 
Adams v. Floyd, 3 Hurl. & N. 360. 

In statute. Litton v. Litton, 3 Ch. Div. 793. 

Of the poor. In will. Wilkinson v. Malm, 3 Cromp . & J. 637. 

, morality and knowledge. In constitution. Board of Educa> 

tion V. Minor, 23 Ohio St. 211. 

In statute. Reg. v. Jones, 8 Q. B. 725 ; Queen v. Pocock, 8 Q. B. 729. 

books or reading. In will. Simpson v. Welcome, 72 Me. 496. 

profession and worship. In constitution. Ex parte Andrews, 



18 Cal. 678. 
sentiments or persuasions. 



In constitution. Flolickstein ». 
Mayor, 40 Ala. 727. 

society. Silsby v. Barlow, 16 Gray, 330; Weld v. May, 9 Cush. 

188. 
RELINQniBH. In plea. Home v. Booth, 3 Man. & G. 740. 
RELOCATE. Hyde Park v. Commrs., 117 Mass. 416. 
RXM. proceedings in . Bartero v. Real Estate Bk.. 10 Mo. (App.) 76. 



■M 




REMAIN. 



303 



RENT 



"BSSXSJJlS. inviolate. In constitution. Gaston v. Babcock, 6 Wis. 504. 

upon any sidewalk to the annoyance of a;ny person. In city 

ordinance. State v. Goulding, 44 N. H. 285. 
BEMAIl!n>EB. In devise. Wright v. Denn, 10 Wiieat. 204; Fowler v. Depau, 26 
Barb. 224; France's Estate, 75 Pa. St. 220; Juil v. Jacobs, 3 Ch. 
Div. 703 ; Dewey v. Morgan, 18 Piclc. 39$. 

contingent .City of Peoria v. Darst. loi 111. 610. • 

vested Poor v. Considene, 6 Wall. 455; Cuyler v. FerrilU 

I Abb. (U. S.) 169. 

cause ^untried. In statute. Preston v. Englert, 5 Binney, 390. 

what then . In will. Foote v. Landers, 72 Mo. 616. 



REMAINING 

BEMAINS. 

BEMEDY. 



Re letter, 78 N. Y. 601 ; re Cooper, 22 N. Y. 67. 

right of a common law . In statute. The Belfast, 7 Wall. 624. 

BEMElffBBANCE. as a . In will. Bubb v. Yelverton, L. R., 13 Eq. Gas. 131. 

BEMI8E. release and quitclaim. In deed. Lynch v. Livingston. 6 N. 

Y. 422. 
BEMIT. In statute. Jungbluth v. Redfield, 4 Blatchf. 220. 

BEMTTTANCES. In deed. Maclen v. Sunderland, 3 El. & Bl. 44- 
BEMTFTEB. Daniell v. Woodroflfe, 10 M. & W. 608. 
BEMOVABIiE. In statute. Reg. v. St. Ebbes, 12 Q. B. 140, 
BEMOVAIt; 



Fute V. James, 4& 



In statute. Barre v. Inhabitants, i Pick. 129. 

of such person firom the state. In statute. 

Vt.6o. 

brealcage during . In insurance policy. Marsden v. Ass. Co., L. 

R„ I C. P. 233. 

BEMOVE. fh>m. In statute. Bates v. State, 31 Ind. 72. 

BEHOVED. Perry V. Fitzhouse, 8 Q. B. 757. 

Ibr consumption. i« statute. U. S. v. A Quantity of Tobacco, 

6 Ben. 162. 

from office. Bowerbank v. Morris, Wall. C. C. 19. 

BEMOVINQ. actually out of the county. In statute. Johnson v. Lowry, 

47 Ga. 560 (15 Am. Rep. 655). 
BENDEBED. In statute. Thomas v. Clark, 65 Me. 296 ; Blatchford v. Newberry, 
100 111. 491. 

services . In contract. Gabb v. King, 38 Cal. 143. 

BENEW. In statute. Daggett v. Daggett, 124 Mass. i49- 

BBNEWAL. Greene v. Lowry, 46 Ga. 55. 

In contract. Pitts v. Hall, 3 Blatchf. 203; Goodyear v. Gary, 4 

Blatchf. 271 ; Wilson v. Rossenu. i Blatchf. 53. 
In deed. Insurance Building Assn. v. National Bk., 71 Mo. 60; Ran- 
let V. Cook, 44 N. H. 512. 
BENEWED. In bill of exchange. Russell v. Phillips, 14 Q- B. 892. 

fbr three months. Innate. Central Bk. v. Willard, 17 Pick. 

150 (28 Am. Dec. 285). 

BENEWINO. and reviving. Bank of Washington v. Nock, 9 Wall. 373. 

BENT. Taylor v. Evane, i Hurl. & N. 104; Hancock v. Austen, 14 G. B. (N. 

S.)634. 
In statute. Re Hill, 6 Ch. Div. 63 ; Sheffield Water Works Go. v. 
Bennett, L. R.. 8 Ex. 196; Lord Zouche v, Dalbrac, L. R., 10 Ex. 




'gWIMMtDWIM i U ' il i M i W i' m ri > i « w «»<i Hi i i i * ii i ii n iiiii» > «* B« 




RENT. 



304 



REPORT' 



BMNT — Continued . 

172; Sheffield Water Works w. Bennett, L. R., 7 Ex. 409; Angell v. 

Angell, 9 Q. B. 355 ; Sparker v. Cook, i6 N. Y. 567. 
or service. In constitution. Parsell v. Stryker, 41 N. Y. 480 : 

Stephens v. Reynolds, 6 N. Y. 454. 
payable. In statute. Brown v. Cockney, 9 B. & S. 508; L. R., 

3 Q- B 672. 

to beoome due. Martin v. Campbell, 120 Mass. 126. 

to . Halbut V. Forest City, 34 Ark. 246. 

In statute. Smith v. Eastern R, Co., 124 Mass. 154 ; Eastern R. Co. v. 

Rogers, 124 Mass. 527. 
Zurk V. Grant, 25 Ohio St. 352. 
In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 5 B. & Adol. 545. 
In bond. Wilson v. Unselt, 12 Bush, 216. 
and profits. Re Rector, L. R., 11 Eq. Cas. 15 ; Hall v. Carter, 2 



BENTALS. 

RENTED. 

BENTING. 

BENTS. 



BEFAIBED. 

HBPATRTNQ. 

BEFAIBS. 



Atk. 358 ; Duke of Leeds v. Powell, i Ves. Sr. 171. 
In will. Re Voss, 13 Ch. Div. 504; Schermerhorne v. Schermer- 
horne, 6 Johns. Ch. 70 ; Allen v. Backkouse, 2 Ves. & B. 67. 

issues and profits. Heartly v. Beaum, 2 Pa. St. 16;. 

or profits. In statute. Evelyn v. Whichand, i El., B. &EI. 131. 

BEPAnL Levy v. Dyess, 3 Cent. L. J. 221 ; Todd v. Rowley, 8 Allen, 58. 

In deed. Beach v. Crain, 2 N. Y. 86; Mcintosh v. Sonn, 49 Barb. 550. 
In statute. Blood v. Bangor, 66 Me. 154. 

and renew. In contract. Dwight v. Ludlow Manf'g Co., 128 

Mass. 280, 

good, tenantable . In lease. Thorndike v. Burridge, 1 1 1 Mass. 

531- 

out of . Campbell v. City Council, 53 Ala. 530. 

any building built or . King v. Davenport, 98 111. 306. 

lease. In will. Easton v, Pratt, 2 H. & C. 680. 

In contract. Darby t/. Farrow, i McCord, 517. 
In statute. Reg. v. Consistory Ct., 12 C. B. (N. S.) 240; Queen v. 
Consistorial Ct., 2 B. & S. 360; Stockwell v. Inhabitants, no Mass. 
305 ; People V. City of Brooklyn, 21 Barb. 484; re Fulton Street, 29 
How. Pr. 429; Stephens v. Miller, 24 N. J. (Eq.) 358; Hartford, etc.. 
R. Co. V. Grant, 9 Blatchf. 543. 

necessary . In deed. Beach v. Crain, 4 N. Y. 86. 

BEPARATION. In will Attorney-General v. Master Wardens, L. R.. 6 H. L. i. 

BEPASSINQ. privilege of passing and . Miles v. Douglass, 34 Conn. 394. 

BEPAVINGK In statute. Re Phillips, 60 N. Y. 16; re Brady, 85 N. Y. 271. 
BEFEAL. In statute. Robertson v. Demoss, 23 Miss. 301. 

BEFEATED. extreme and cruelty. In statute. Embree v. Embree, 53 111. 

394- 
Galloway v. Bird, 4 Bing. 299; Mennie v. Blake, 6 El. & Bl. 351*; re 
Wilson, I Sch. & Lef. 320; Meany v. Head, i Mason, 319. ' 

the fltots and their doing^. In statute. Post v. Williams, 33 

Conn. 147. 
to the court. In statute. Attorney-General v. Charleston, 103 

Mass. 277. 



BEPLEVIN. 



BEPOBT. 




ngell V. 



Y.480: 



REPORTED. 



30s 



RES. 



REPORTED. 



Edwards v. 



shall be to the company. In insurance policy. 

Mississippi Valley Ins. Co., i Mo. (App.) 192. 
REFRESEirr. Cooper v. Landon, 102 Mass. 60. 

REPRESENTATIOir. Kimball v. ^Stna Ins. Co., 9 Allen, 540 ; Dewees v. Manhattan 

Ins. Co., 34 N. J. (L.) 244. 
REPRESEMTATTVE. In statute. Davis v. Davis, 26 Cal. 23 ; McCray v. McCray, 12 

Abb. Pr. I ; Lee v. Dill, 39 Barb. 516; 16 Abb. Pr. 92; Guery i/. 

Kinsler, 3 S. C. 423; Buckingham v. Andrews, 34 Barb. 434; 

Schenck v. Warner, 37 Barb. 258; Traphagen v. Traphagen, 40 

Barb. 537. 

RBPRESBirrATIVES. In insurance policy. Loos v. John Hancock Ins. Co., 41 Mo. 
538 ; Wason v. Colborn, 99 Mass. 342. 

legal . In deed. Bryan v. Wear, 4 Mo. 106 ; Cox v. Curren, 118 

Mass. 198. 

* In contrail. Hammond v. Mason & Hamlin Organ Co., 2 Otto, 724; 

Hamilton v. Kingsbury, 15 Blatchf. 67. 
In policy of insurance. People v. Phelps, 78 111. 147. 
In will, Gourden v. Shrewsbury, 1 1 S. C. 2. 

peraonal . In statute. Hagen v. Kearn, 3 Dill. 124 ; Atkinson v. 

Duffy, 16 Minn. 45; Dennick v. R. Co., 13 Otto, 19. 

REPRIEVE. Sterling v. Drake, 29 Ohio St. 457. 

REPRIEVES. and pardons. In constif-tion. Ex parte Wells, 18 How. 307. 

REPRINTINa. In statute. Rossiter v. Hall 5 Blatchf. 363. 

REPRISES. In statute. Queen v. Shaw, 12 Q. B. 421. 

REPUTATION. Knode v, Williamson, 17 Wall. 586; Marts v. State, 26 Ohio St. 162; 
Cooper V. Greeley, i Denio, 347. 

Prentice v. Whitney, 15 N. Y. (S. C.) 300. 

In statute. Reg. v. Thomas, 8 C. & P. 292 ; Reg. v. Willoughby, 2 East 

P. C. 944; Reg. V. Taylor, i C. & K. 213; Reg. v. Mitchell, 2 F. & 

F. 44- 
In will. Eddy v. Hartstone, 34 N. J. (Eq.) 419. 

to pay. In statute. Queen v. Kay, L. R., i C. C. R. 260. 

I you will give credit. In letter. Bradbury v. Morgan, i H. & 



REQUEST. 



REQXTESTED. 



REQUIRE. 



REQUIRED. 



REQUISITION. 



. In bond. Jones v. Cooper, 3 Aikens, 54 (16 Am. 

In insurance policy. Lothrop v. Greenfield Ins. Co., 2 



89 



C. 249. 
when thereto 

Dec. 678). 
by mail. 

Allen, 82. 

Prentice v. Whitney, 15 N. Y. (S. C.) 300. 

in writing. In statute. Routon v. Lacy, 17 Mo. 399, 

the person having such right of action forthwith to ooidp 

menoe suit. In statute. Lockridge v. Upton, 24 Mo. 184. 
In contract. Whitehouse v. Liverpool Gas Co., 5 C. B. 803. 

In statute. King v. Inhabitants, 8 B. & C. 35; Directors v. May, L. 
R., 7 H. L. 283. 

to testily. In statute. State v. McCord, 8 Kans. 232. 

of a physician. In statute. Bain v. State, 61 Ala. 78. 

adjudioata. Atchison, etc., R. Co. v. Commrs., 12 Kans. 127. 

gestsB. Riddle v. State, 49 Ala. 389; Smith v. State, 53 Ala. 487 ; 

Carter v. Buchanan, 3 Ga. 513; Jewell v. Jewell, i How. 219; Wil- 
liams V. State, 4 Tex. (App.) 9 ; Booth v. State, 4 Tex. (App.) 203. 



^*' 



RESCIND. 
RESOHn). 



306 



RESIDENCE, 



BESEBVE. 



BEBEBVED. 



In contract. Weil v. Jones, 53 Cal. 46. 

In plea. Hochster v. De La Tour, 2 El. & Bl. 686. 

BESEMBLE. or pass tor. In statute. Reg. v. Bradford, 2 Cr. & Dix, 41. 

BESEBVATION. Miller v. Lapham, 44 Vt. 416. 

or limitation. In statute. Miller v. Basconi, 28 Mo. 352 j Bailee 

V. Swift, 53 Mo. 85. 

In statute. U. S. v. Hare, 4 Sawyer, 653. 

without . In notice of sale. Warlow v. Harrison, i El. ii EI. 295. 

In deed. Hickox v. Pa- miee, 21 Conn. 86. 

, due or made payable. In statute. Dibble v. Bowater, 2 El. 4 

Bl. 569. 

public square. In town plat. Daniels v. Wilson, 27 Wis. 492. 

taken or received. In statute. Brickett v. Minot, 7 Mete. 294. 

the use of said tract of land. In will. Logan v. Caldwell, 23 

Mo. 372. 

BESEBVINa. In deed. Sloan v. Lawrence Furnace Co., 29 Ohio St. 568 ; Stockwell 
V. Couillard, 129 Mass. 231 ; Barnes z/. Burt, 38 Conn. 541; Stock- 
bridge Iron Co. V. Hudson Iron Co., 107 Mass. 290 ; Brown v. This- 
sell, 6 Cush. 258. 

to himself. In deed. Owen v. Field, 102 Mass. 107. 

In contract. Haldeman v. Simonton, 55 Iowa, 144. 




BESEBVES. 



BE-SETTLE. 



BESIDE. 



BESIDED. 



BE-SHIFPINa. privilege of . In bill of lading. Carr v. Str. Michigan, 27 Mo. 

196; Sturgess v. Str. Columbus, 23 Mo. 230; Broadwell v. Butler, 6 
McLean, 296; Little v. Semple, 8 Mo. 100; McGregors. Kilgore, 6 
Ohio, 358 ; Whitesides v. Russell, 8 W. & S. 44 ; Dunsett v. Wade, 3 
III. 285 ; Hatchell v. The Compromise, 12 La. Ann. 783. 
In statute. Gadsbury v. Warburton, 7 M. & G. 10; Town of Salem v. 
Town of Lyme, 29 Conn. 74; Henry 7/. Ball, i Wheat, i ; Dearing 
V. Thomas, 25 Ga. 223; Tibbits v. Townsend, 15 Abb. Pr. 231; 
Clark V. Likens, 26 N. J. (L.) 207. 

on, use or occupy. In lease. Jackson v. Brownell, i Johns. 267 

(3 Am. Dec. 326). 

or be. In statute. Attorney-General v. McLean, i H. & C. 750. 

out of this State. In statute. Johnson v. Smith, 43 Mo. 499. 

cease to . in statute. State v. City Council. 39 N. J. (L.) 57, 

In constitution. Opinion of Judges, 5 Mete. 587; Fry's Election Case, 
71 Pa. St. 302 (10 Am. Rep. 698). 

In insurance policy. Mobile Life Ins. Co. v. Walker, 58 Ala. 290. 

In statute. Town of Waterbury v. Bethany, 18 Conn. 424; Hall v. 
Hall, 25 Wis. 608 ; Powell v. Guest, 18 C. B. (N. S.) 79. 

Way V. Way, 64 III. 406 ; Board v. Davenport, 40 III. 197 ; City of La 
Crosse v. Town of Melrose, 22 Wis. 462 ; Reeder v. Holcomb, 105 
Mass. 93; Walker v. Walker, i Mo. (App.) 404 ; re Wrigley, 8 
Wend. 134; Boardman v. House, 18 Wend. 512; Holmes v. Cary, 32 
Barb. 404; Crawford v. Wilson, 4 Barb. 504; Burrill v. Je#ett, 2 
Robt. 701 ; Savage v. Scott, 45 Iowa, 130; Morgaii v. Nunes, 54 
Miss. 308. 

In constitution. Chase v. Miller, 41 Pa. St. 403. 
In insurance policy. Mobile Ins. Co. v. Walker, 58 Ala. 290. 
In statute. Hewer v. Cox, 3 El. & El. 436 ; Blaekwell v. England, 8 El. 
& Bl. 545 ; Attenborough v. Thompson, 2 Hurl. 4 N. 559 ; Naef v. 



BESIDEirOE. 



RESIDENCE. 



307 



RESISTING. 



BBSIDEirF. 



BBSIDBNOB — Continued. 

Mutter, la C. B. (N. S.) 824 ; Gadsby v, Warburton. 7 M. & G. lO; 
Queen v. Hammond, 16 Q. B. 773 ; Ablett v. Bashaw, 5 El. & BI. 
1020 ; Flower v Allen, a H. & C. 688 ; Colchester v. East Lynne, 18 
.Conn. 481 , Houghton v. Ault, 16 How. Pr. 77 ; Warren v. Thomas- 
ton, 43 Me. 406 ; Langdon v. Doud, 6 Allen, 423 ; Bartlett v. New 
York, 5 Sandf. 44 ; Chaine v, Wilson, i Bosw. 673 ; Cunningham v. 
Maund, 2 Ga. 171 ; Benedicts. Bunnell, 7 Cal. 245 ; Rex v. McHenry, 
7 Cal. 89; Wharton v. Bunting, 73 III. 16 ; Foot v. Harris, 2 Abb. 
Pr. 454; Kellogg V. Supervisors, 42 Wis. 97; Jenkins v, California 
Stage Co., 22 Cal. 537. 

Reeder v, Holcomb, 105 Mass. 95. 

In statute. Queen v. University, L. R., 7 Q. B. 471 ; Roosevelt v. 
Kellogg, 20 Johns. 208 ; Frost v. Brisbin, 19 Wend. 1 1 ; Charlton Co. 
V. Moberly, 59 Mo. 238 ; Green v. Beckwith, 38 Mo. 384; Thomas v. 
Black, 22 Mo. 330; Bui.ows v. Miller, 4 How. Pr. 349; Herdenbac 
V. Schaud, 10 How. Pr. 477 ; Houghton v. Ault, 16 How. Pr. 77; 
Rex V. McHenry, 7 Cal. 89 ; Roberti v. Methodist Book Concern, i 
Daly, 3 ; Brundred v. Del Hoyo, 20 N. J. (L.) 238 ; Sears v. City of 
Boston, I Mete. 251; Hinds v. Hinds, i Iowa, 36; Fry's Case, 71 
Pa. St. 312; Crowley v, Panama R. Co., 30 Barb. 99; Peoples. 
Schoonmaker, 63 Barb. 44 ; Frost v. Brisbin, 19 Wend. 1 1 (32 Am. 
Dec. 422) ; Collinson v. Teal, 4 Sawyer, 243 ; Caldwell v. State, 2 
Tex. (App.) 53. 

aliens. In statute. Luhrs v. Eimer, 80 N. Y. 171. 

fireeholder. In statute. Damp v. Town of Dane, 29 Wis. 419. 

of this State. In statute. Palmer v. Phoenix Ins. Co., 84 N. Y. 67. 

merchant, mechanio or manulhotorer. In statute. Speer v. 

Com., 23 Gratt. 935. 

In statute. Bell v. Pierce, 51 N. Y. 12; Charter Oak Bank v. Reed, 45 
Conn. 391. 

In statute. Rothrey v. Munnings, i B. & Ad. 18 ; New Milford v. Sher- 
man, 21 Conn. 116. 

in any parish with his relatives. In statute. Reg. v. Combs, 

5 El. & Bl. 900. 

therein. In statute. Trumbull v. Moss, 28 Conn. 253. 

usually with. In statute. King v. Mainwaring, 10 B. & C. 69. 

executor. In will. Berry v. Usher, 1 1 Ves. 87. 

legatee. In will. Laing v. Barbour, 119 Mass. 523; Barwell v. 



BESIDES. 
BESIDINa. 



BESIDUABY. 



U. 



Mandeville, x How. 560 ; Hughes v. Pritchard, 6 Ch. Div. 24. 
BESIDUE. In plea. .Hills v. Mensard, 10 Q. B. 266. 

In will. Carr v. Dings, $8 Mo. 400 ; Alsop v. Russell, 38 Conn. 102 ; 
Mayor v. Att'y-Gen., 5 H. L. Cas. i ; Phelps v. Robbins, 40 Conn. 
250; Graves v. Howard, 3 Jones (Eq.), 302; Atkins v. Krow, 2 Ired. 
(Eq.) 58 ; Seekright v. Karrington, i Wash. (Va.) 45 ; Smith v. 
Smith, 17 Gratt. 268. 

and remainder. In will. Norcum v. D'CEnch, 17 Mo. 99. 

of my estate. In will. Birdsall v. Applegate, Spencer, 244; 

Brearley v. Brearley, i Stockt. 21. 
BESIST. State v. Welch, 37 Wis. 196. 

BBSISTINO. an oi&oer. U. S. v. Lukins, 3 Wash. C. C. 335 ; Woodworth v. 

State, 26 Ohio St. 196. * y 



HES/STING. 



308 



BBSISTINa 



BESOBT. 
BBSOBTEO 




In statute. Jones v. State, 60 



Continued. 

an offloer in Mrrlng prooew 

Ala. 99. 

to any house. In statute. State v. Ah Sam, 1 5 Nev. a?. 

to. In statute. Com. v. Stahl, 7 Allen, 305 ; Com. v. Lambert. 

12 Allen, 177. 

BBSPECT. in to. In statute. People v. Dowling, 84 N. Y. 487. 

BBSPBOTABLB. In statute. Freleigh v. State, 8 Mo. 607. 

BESPEOnVE. terma. People v. Potter, 47 N. Y. 375- 

BESPEOnVELY. In statute. Belcher v. Sikes, 8 B. & C. 209. 

In will. Doe v. Royle, 13 Q. B. 98 ; A' sop z/. Russell, 38 Conn. loa. 
BEBPITB. Mishler v. Com., 62 Pa. St. 55. 

BESPONDENTIA. Maitland v. The Atlantic, Newb. 514. 
BESPONSIBLE. In contract. Bickel v. Auner, 9 Phila. 499. 

bidder. In statute. Peoples. Dorsheimer, 55 How. Pr. 118. 

fbr the whole note without notice or protest. In note. Hal- 
ley V. Jackson, 48 Md. 254. 

lowest bidder. In statute. Com. v. Mitchell, 82 Pa. St. 343 J 

Findley v. Pittsburgh, 82 Pa. St. 351 ; People v. Dorsheimer, 55 
How. Pr. 118. 

of my land. In will. Springett v. Jennings, L. R., 6 Ch. 

App. 333- 

residue and remainder. In statute. Hoyt v. Hoyt, 85 N. Y. 

150. 
all the . In will. Altree v. Altree, L. R., 1 1 Eq. Cas. 280. 

all the of my estate. In will. Dobson v. Bowness, L. R., 5 

Eq. Cas. 405< 
In statute. State v. Northampton Co.,*45 Conn. 344 ; Esson v, Tarbell, 

9Cush. 41s. 
In statute. Queen v. R. Co., 2 Q. B. 47. 
In city ordinance. City of Emporia v. Valmar, 12 Kas. 622. 

and suppress. In statute. ' City of Burlington v. Lawrence, 43 

Iowa, 681 . 

suppress and . In statute. Smith v. City of Madison, 7 Ind. 86. 

Edmonson v. Harris, 2 Tenn. Ch. 427. 

and detentions of princes. In insurance policy. Richardson 

V. Marine Ins. Co., 6 Mass. 102 (4 Am. Dec. 102). 
of princes. In insurance policy. Schmidt z;. Union Ins. Co., I 



BEST. 



BESTOBE. 

BESTOBED. 
BESTBAIN. 



BESTBAIRT. 
BESTBAINTS. 



BESULT. 

BESULTmO-. 

RETAIL. 



Johns. 249 (3 Am. Dec. 319). 

of prince!* and rulers. In contract.* Ford v. Coatesworth, 10 

B. & S. 991 ; Finlay v. Liverpool Steam Co., 23 L. T. (N. S.) 251. 

arrests and detainments of king, princes or people. In stat- 
ute. Vigers v. Ocean Ins. Co., 12 La. 362 (32 Am. Dec. 118). 

the . In statute. Balmforth v. Pledge, 7 B. & S. 431. 

trust. Guphill V. Isbell, i Bailey (Law), 230 (19 Am. Dec. 675). 

In statute. State v. Cassety, i Rich. 90; State v. Mooty, 3 Hill (S. C), 
187; Gossuth V. Butteiiield, 2 Wis. 237; Harris v. Livingston, 28 
Ala. 577 ; Moore v. State, 16 Ala. 411 ; Com. v. Kimball, 7 Mete. 304. 

dealer. In statute. Lillenstein v. State, 46 Ala. 498 ; Luling v. 

Labrache, 35 La. Ann. 972. 




ite, 60 



mbert. 



1. loa. 



RETAIL. 



309 



RE VENUE. 



BBTAHT. 



BBTAINBD, 
BBTAINEB 
RETIRE. 



RETAIL— Continued. 

liquor bills. In statute. Gossuth v. Butterfield, 2 Wis. 343. 

liquor dealer. In statute. U. S. v. Jackson, 1 Hughes, 531 ; 

U. S. V. Micitle, I Crunch C. C. 268. 
Glaholm v. Rountree, 6 Ad. & El. 717. 
In plea. Elderton v. Emmons, 6 C. B. 17$. 

and employ. In pleading. Emmons v, Elderton, 4 H, L. Cas. 

624. 

In plea. Elsee v. Gatward, 5 Term Rep. 143. 

Taylor v. Deblois, 4 Mason, 131 ; Miller v. Irby, 63 Ala. 483. 

our bill. In contract. Elsoni v. Denny, 15 C. B. 88 ; 25 Eng. L. 

& Eq. 433. 
RBTROSFBOTIVE. In constitution. Livingston v. Hannibal, etc., R. Co., 60 Mo. 
516 ; Soukong v. Wolf, 35 Mo. 174 ; ex parte Bethurum, 66 Mo. 545. 

law. In constitution. Bradford v. Brooks, 2 Aikens, 284 (16 Am. 

Dec. 715) ; Bleakney v. Farmers', etc.. Bank, 17 S. & R. 64 (17 Am. 
Dec. 635); Merrill v. Sherburne, i N. H. 199 (8 Am. Dec. 52) ; King 
V. Dedham Bank, 15 Mass. 447 (8 Am. Dec. 112) ; Jones v. Jones, 3 
Overt. 2 (5 Am. Dec. 645) ; Dow v. Norris, 4 N, H. 16 ; Simpson v. 
Savings Bank, 56 N. H. 466; Townsend i/. Townsend, Peck, i (14 
Am. Dec. 722); Bell v. Perkins, Peck, 361 (14 Am. Dec. 745): 
Woart V. Winnick, 3 N. H. 473 (14 Am. Dec. 473) ; Society v. 
Wheeler, 2 Gall. 105 ;^ State v. Squires, 26 Iowa, 340 ; Clarke v, Mc- 
Creary, 20 Miss. 347. 

does not wish^to . In deed. Stuart v. Dutton, 39 111. 91. 

In constitution. Harpending v. Haight, 39 Cal. 199. 

In statute. Taggertv. Indiana, 15 Mo. 210; King v. Lane, 7 Mo. 242, 

(37 Am. Dec. 187) ; Ingraham v. Reed, 33 Miss. 20 ; Hyman v, Bayne, 

83 ill. 356 ; Luce v. Mayhew, 13 Gray, 85. 

In will. McMurtrie v. McMurtrie, 3 Green, 376 ; Den v. Crawford, 3 

Halst. 90. 

of the writ. In statute. Hunter v. Simpson, 3 & & C. no. 

to his duty. In statute. The Cadmus v. Matthews, 9 Paine, 

239. 

In plea. Hunter v. Caldwell, 10 Q. B. 69. 

from beyond the seas. In statute. Lafond v. Ruddock, 13 C. 

E 815. 

RETURinNO. In statute. Jackson v. Jackson, 38 Miss. 680. 

to his work. In statute. Lakeman v. Stephenson, 9 R & S. 57. 

Re Began, 13 R. I. 309. 

In constitution. Fletcher v. Oliver, sj' Ark. 389. 
4^« statute. Babcock v. Goodrich, 47 Cal. 488. 

laws. In statute. Warner v. Fowler, 4 Blatchf. 311 ; The Abi- 
gail, 3 Mason, 331 ; The Nashville, 4 Biss. 188; Peyton v. Bliss, i 
Woolw. 170. 

laws of a state. In statute. Davenport v. Dowes, 15 Wall. 390. 

laws of the United States. In ttatute. U. S. v. Norton, i Otto, 

567; Stevens z/. Mack, 5 Blatchf. 514; Parsons v. Hunter, 3 Sum- 
ner, 435; U. S. V. Wright, 3 Pittsb. 193. 
tax. Welch V. Hotchkiss, 39 Conn. 143. - 



RETRACT. 
RETURir. 



RETURNED. 



REVEL. 
REVENUE. 




REVENUE. 



310 



RIGHT. 



BBVBNUB 



BBVBBSBD. 



BBVBBSIOir. 



BBVBBT. 



In itatutt. Wfbster v. People, 98 
Laithe v. McDonald, 7 



BBVI8B. 

BirVlBBD. 

REVIVED. 

BEVIVLNO. 

BEVOOATION. 

BEVOKHD. 

REVOLT. 



Continued. 
all ouM relating to th« . 

III. 343. 
Judgment • In opinion of court. 

Kas. 354. 
Vaughan v. Stuzaker, 16 Ind. 388; Todd v. Jackson, 36 N, J. (L.) 535. 
In statute. Ward v. Cost, 10 B. & C. 649. 
In will. Stackhouse v. Barnston, 10 Ves. 453. 
In statute. Bailey v. Johnson, L. R., 6 Ex. 379. 

to. In will. Jiggetts v. Devis, 1 Leigh, 405. 

In statute. Visant v. Knox, 37 Ark. 373. 
In statute Cox v. Stevens, 14 Me. 305. 
In statute. Lindsey v. Lyman, 37 Iowa, 306. 
son* In will. Pond v. Bergh, 10 Paige, 140. 



i , 



■ r 



Gains v. Gains, 3 A. K. y rsh. 190 (13 Am. Dec. 375). 
In plea. Frets v. Frets, i Cow. 335 ; Allen v. Watson, 16 Johns. 305. 
In statute. The Mentor, 4 Mason, 105 ; U. S. v. Savage, 5 Mason, 461. 
U. S. V. Gc'^ner, 5 Mason, 403 ; U. S. v. Barker, 5 Mason, 404 ; U. S. 
V.Sharp, Pet. C. C. 118; U. S.i/. Kelly, 4Wash.C. C. 538; 11 Wheat. 
417; U. S. V. Nye, 3 Curt. 335; U. S. v. Peterson, i Woodb. &. M. 
305 ; U. S. V. Smith, i Mason, 147. 
RIBBONS. In statute. Chapon v. Smythe, 11 Blatchf. i3o; Lane 1/. Russell, 4 

Cliif. 133. 

BIOS. In statute. Williams v. Barney, $ Blatchf. 330. 

fblr, average, nioransi . In contract, Simond v. Braddon, 2 C. 

B. (N. S.) 335. 

RIDQLINO. Brisco v. State, 4 Tex. (App.) 33i. 

RIDnrO. Queen v. Ely, 15 Q. B. 838. 

or division. In statute. Queen v. Pearce, 5 Q. B. Div. 387. 

the orlrls. In slander. Walton v. Singleton, 7 S. & R. 451 (10 

Am. i>ec. 483). 

RIOHT. Thompson v. Waterloo, L. R., 6 Eq. Cas. 40 ; Stanley v. Earl, 5 Lit- 

tell, 381 (15 Am. Dec. 66); Atchison, etc., R. Co. v. Baty, 6 Neb. 37. 
In statute. Ashworth v. Hcyworth, 10 B. h S. 314 j Imperial Soap 

Co. V. Cooper, 8 B. (N. S.) 814. 

acquired. In lonstitution. Tully v. Traun, 53 Cal. 274. 

andolair£( 'Mchardson ?/. Cambridge, 2 Allen, 131. 

and title. Hoxie v. Finney, 16 Gray, 382. 

debt or duty. In statute. Fairbanks v. Benjamin, 50 Vt. 99. 

heirs. In will. Comfort v. Brown, 10 Ch. Div. 146 ; Hawes v. 

Hawes, 14 Ch. Div. 614; Vernon v. Wright; 7 H. L. Cas. 35 ; Gor- 

dan V. Small, 53 Md. 550. ♦ 

hereby secured. In statute. Coleman?/. Allen, 5 Mo. (App.) 135. 

of property. In statute. Bacon v. Com., 7 Gratt. 602 ; Nash v. 

Nash, 12 Allen, 348. 
of trial by jury. In constitution. State v. McClear, 3 Cent. L. 

J 240 ; State v. Worden, 46 Conn. 364 ; Cairo, etc., R. Co. v. Trout, 

32 Ark. 18. 

of way. Williams v. Western Union R. Co., 50 Wis. ^\ ; Challis 



fie, 98 

lid. 7 

1) S35- 



JilGHT. 



31X 



RIOTOUS. 






B*OHT — Continued. 

V. Atchison, etc.. P. Co., 3 Cent. L. J. 371 ; Chicago, etc., R. Co. v. 
Paddock, 75 III. 616 ; Green v. Morris, etc., R. Co., 24 N. J. (L.) 486. 
— - of way %M looated. In statute. Akers v. New Jersey, etc., R. 
Co., 43 N. J. (L.) 1 10. 

— option and reAual to purohase. In contract. Bostwick v, 
Hess. 80 III. 138. 

— over land. In statutt. Clark v. School Bd., L. R., 9 Ch. 
(App.) 120. 

— — power or priTilege. In statute, Fearon v, Mitchell. L. R., 7 

Q. B. 690. 
——privilege or immunity. In statute. Banks v. Mayor. 7 

Wall. 16. 
title and interest. In deed. Lertensdorfer v. Hempstead. 18 

Mo. 209 ; Lewis v. Chapman, 59 Mo. 371 ; Watson v. Priest, 9 Mo. 

(App.) 263. 
title and interest in and to the lots of land. In statute. 

Dunlap V. Stetson. 4 Mason. 364. 

— title, claim, interest and demand. In deed. Faner v. Patton, 
20 Mo. 81. 

title or interest. In statute. Christman v. Charleville, 36 

Mo. 610. 
to be heard by ootmsel. In constitution. State v. Hoyt, 47 

Conn. 518. 
to be heard by himself and his counsel. In constitution. 

State V. Paige, 21 Mo. 257. 
to bear arms. In constitution. Bliss v. Com., 2 Litt. 90 (13 

Am. Dec. 251). 
'— to keep and bear arms. In constitution. Wilson v. State, 33 

Ark. 557. 

to redeem White v, Whitney, 3 Mete. 81. 

all and title. In statute. Hartman v. Schultz, loi III. 437. 

as of . In statute. Bright v. Walker, i CM. & R. 211; Mo.-v 

mouthshire Canal Co. v. Harford, i C. M. & R. 614; Tickle v. 

Brown, 4 A. & E. 369 ; Kinloch v. Nevile, 6 M. & W. 795 ; Clay v. 

Thackrah, 9 G. & P. 47 ; Eaton v. Swansea Co., 17 Q. B. 267 ; Mason 

V. R. Co.. L. R.. 6 Q. B. 578. 

in his ovm. . In statute. Gill v. Gas Co., L. R.. 7 Ex. '336. 

In statute,. Graham v, Robinson, L. R., 2 Q. B. 390 ; St. Joe F. & M. 

Ins. Co. V, Hauck, 63 Mo. 118. 
already accrued. In statute. Link v, Benner. 3 Gaines, 325 ; 

Brotherton v, Brotherton, 41 Iowa, 112. 
natural, eat\ential and inherent — — . In constitution, Aldrich v, 

Wright, 53 N. H. 398. 
Com. V. Rumells, 10 Mass. 518 (6 Am, Dec. 149); U. S. v. McFarland, 

I Granch C. C. 140; Ripart v. State, 42 Ind. 273 ; State v. Cole, 2 

McCord, 117; State v. Brooks, i Hill (S. 0.), 361 ; State v, Dil- 

lard, 5 Blackf. 365 (35 Am. Dec. 128). 
Williams v. State, 9 Mo. 270. * 
and tumultuous manner. In statute. State v, Kutter, 59 

Ind. 572. 



BIOHTS. 



BIOT. 



BIOTEB. 

BioToxre. 



t 
1 



RIOTS. 



312 



ROBBERY. 



I 



• 



\\ 



mors. 

BIFABIAir. 
BISK 



BISKS. 
BIVEB. 



BIVEBS. 
BOAD. 



BOADS. 

BOADSTEAD. 
JtlOB. 

BOBBEBS. 
BOBBEBY. 



!' 



or oommotions. In insurauce policy. lonides v. Univ. Ins. 

Co.. 14 C. B. (N. S.) 295. 

proprietor. Bardwell v. Ames, 22 Pick. 355 ; Com. v. Roxbury, 

9 Gray, 521, note. 

« 

In insurance policy, Bradford v. Symondson, 30 W. R. 27. 
In statute. Bayard v. Ins. Co., 4 Mason, 265. 

of collision. In statute. The D. S. Gregory, 2 Ben. 226. 

of navigation. In agreement. Pitcher v, Hennessy, 48 t<. 

Y.415. 
of the master and owners. In contract. Wells v. Steam Nav. 

Co., 8 N. Y. 375. 

owner's . In contract, French v. Buffalo, etc., R. Co., 4 Keyes, 

108 (2 Abb. App. Dec. 196) ; Alexander v. Green, 7 Hill, 533; Moore 
V, Evans, 14 Barb. 524 ; Wells v. Steam Nav. Co., 8 N. Y. 375 ; Wal- 
lace V, Sanders^42 Ga. 486; Nashville, etc., R. Co. v, Jackson, 6 
Heisk. 271 ; D'Arc v, London, etc., R. Co., L. R., 9 C. P. 325 ; Lewis 
V. Great Western R. Co., 26 W. R. 14. 

passengers . In contract, Stewart v, London, etc., R. Co., 3 H. 

& C. 135 ; Cohen v. South Eastern R. Co., 2 Ex. Div. 253. 

In statute. Bartlett v, Chouteau Ins. Co., 18 Kas. 369. 

In statute. State v, Gilmanton, 14 N. H. 467 ; Schermerhorn v. Hud- 
son River R. R., 38 N. Y. 103 ; Queen v. Grey, 7 B. & S. 443. 

feeder. In contract. Phelps v. Sheldon, 13 Pick. 50. 

great , In statute. Rolle v, Whyte, 8 B. & S. 143. 

The J. W. Eyerman, 2 Hughes, 17. 

In deed. Munn v, Worrall, 53 N. Y. 44; Morgan v. Palmer, 48 N. H. 
337. 

In statute. Tanner v. R. Co., 5 El. & Bl. 618 ; Loveridge v. Hodsoll, 2 
B. & Ad. 618 ; Follmer v. Commrs., 9 Neb. 204; Jaquith v. Richard- 
son, 8 Mete. 216; Com. v. Sammons, 23 Pick. 201 ; Chollar Potosi 
Mining Co. v. Kennedy, 3 Nev. 361 ; Green v. Morris, etc., R. Co., 
24 N. J. (L.) 486 ; Bussey v. Storey, 4 B. & Ad. 1 10. 

as constructed. In statute. Akers v. New Jersey, etc., R. Co., 

43 N. J. (L.) no. 

crossing. In statute. Brooks w.^New York, etc., R. Co., 13 Barb. 

594 ; Brace v. New York, etc., R. Co., 27 N. Y. 269 . 

with its appendages. In statute. State Treasurer v. Somer- 

ville, etc., R. Co., 28 N. J. (L.) 21. 
traveled public or street. In statute, Bauer v. Kansas Pacific 

R. Co., 69 Mo. 219 ; Hodges v. St. Louis R. Co., 70 Mo. 50. 

wagon or cart . In statute. Bidder v, R. Co., 4 Q. B. Div. 412. 

In statute. Tracy v. T. & B. R. R., 38 N. Y. 433. 

and streets. In indictment, Horner v. State, 49 Md. 278. 

The J. W. Eyerman, 2 Hughes, 17 ; U. S. w. Morel, 13 Am. Jur. 279. 

U. S. V. Wilson, Baldw. 78. 

In slander, Tomlinson v, Brittlebank, 4 B. & Ad. 632. 

In bill 0/ lading. De Rothschild v. Royal Mail, etc., Co., 7 Ex. 734. 

Brown v. State, 28 Ark. 126 ; State v, Gorham, 55 N. H. 152 ; U. S. w. 
Jones, 3 Wash. C. C. 209; State v, Sowls, Phill. (L.) 151 ; McDaniel 
V, State, 16 Miss. 401 ; Clary v. State, 33 Ark.562; Seymour v. State, 



BBERY, 
Jniv. Ins. 
Roxbury, 



226. 

5sy, 48 I<. 

team Nav. 

, 4 Keyes, 

33 ; Moore 

375 : Wal- 

Jackson, 6 

125 ; Lewis 

. Co., 3 H. 



rn V. Hud> 
443. 



■. 48 N. H. 

Hodsoll, 3 
'. Richard- 
liar Potosi 
tc., R. Co., 

;c., R. Co., 

>., 13 Barb. 

V. Somer- 

as Pacific 

Div. 413. 

878. 
ir. 379. 



X.734- 

; U. S.». 

Mc Daniel 

V. State, 



ROBBERY. 



3x3 



RUNNING. 



BOCOA. 

BoanE. 
BOLLma. 

BOOM. 



BOBBEBY — Continued. 

15 Ind. 288; Slegar v. State, 39 Ga. 583; Cre*rs w. State, 3 Coldw. 
350; People V, McGinty, 24 Hun, 62 ; State v. Howeaton, 58 Mo. 581 ; 
State V. Broderick, 59 Mo. 318 ; James v. State, 53 Ala. 380; People 
V. Hall 6 Park. C. C. 642. 

In statute. U. S. v. Palmer, 3 Wheat. 610 ; U. S. v, Jones, 3 Wash. C. 

C. 209 ; U. S. V. Baker, $ Blatchf. 6 ; U. S. v, Durkee, i McAllister,. 

201 ; Wilson v. State, 3 Tex. (App.) 64. 
Schneider?/. Laurence, 3 Blatchf. 115. 
and vagabond. In statute. Bailie's Case, i Leach, 696 ; Rex v. 

McClusky, I Jebb, 163; Monck v. Hilton, 2 Ex. Div. 268. 

mill. Pyle V. Pennock, 2 W. & S. 390 (37 Am. Dec. 517). 

In insurance policy. Daniels v. Hudson River Ins. Co., 12 Cush. 416. 
In statute. State v. Gregory, 47 Conn. 277 ; People v. St. Clair, 38 Cal. 

137. 
In •will. Ogle v. Tayloe, 49 Md. 170. 

ball . In statute. Owens v. State, 3 Tex. (App.) 406. 

In insurance policy. Coit v. Com. Ins. Co., 7 Johns. 385 (5 Am. Dec. 

38s) ; Baker v. Ludlow, 2 Johns. Cas. 289. 
manufbotiirer. In insurance policy. Wall v. Howard Ins. Co., 

14 Barb. 383. 
In deed. Davis v. Handy, 37 N. H. 65. 
In deed. Jackson v. Reeves, 3 Caines, 298. 

or location. In statute. Attorney-General v. R.Co., 36 Wis. 466. 

along its . In statute. Grand Trunk R. R. v. Richardson, i Otto, 

454- 
upon its . In statute. Safford v. Boston, etc., R. Co., 103 Mass. 

584. 
and bounds. In statute. People v. Comm'rs of Highways, 37 

N. Y. 360. 

all . In deed. Parmell v. Mill, 3 C. B. 637. 

In statute. Reg. v. Wood, 5 El. h. Bl. 55. 

In statute. Shaw v. Neall, 6 H. L. Cas. 581. 

of taxation shall be unilbrm. in ronstitution. Van Slyke v. 

State, 23 Wis. 655. 
and regulations. In statute. Hamilton v. Dillon, 31 Wall. 73: 

U. S. V. Schackleford. 18 How. 588. 
of decision. In statute. Boyce v. Tabb, 18 Wall. 547 ; Vance v. 

Campbell, i Black, 427 ; Haussknecht v. Claypool, i Black, 431 ; 



BOOTS. 



BOFE. 



BOFE-WALK. 

BOXTIVD. 

BOUTE. 



BOITTES. 

BOYALTEES. 

BUBBISH. 

RULE. 



BUIiBS. 



BTTLEN'aS. 



BUMOB. 



BUB'. 



BXTNNnra. 



LeflSngwell v. Warren, 2 Black, 599 ; Dibble v. Furness, 4 Blatchf. 

263, 

— - of the court in the progress of the trial. Cooper v. Omohun- 

dro, 19 Wall. 65. 
flJse . In statute. Com. v. Smith (Oyer and Terminer, Phila.), i 

Whart. Dig. 826. 

to market. In note. Lamon v. French, 25 Wis. 41. 

— — uiMn the land of any other person. In statute. Ayer v. 

Starkey, 30 Conn. 304 ; Grannis v. Cummings, 25 Conn. 1165. 
aooount. Pickett v. Bank, 33 Ark. 346 ; McNeil v. Nash, 37 Ark. 

343- 



40 



m 



w rwi{tia ii tv,';aifeij! ! j|.)is^ : 



RUNNING. 



314 



SALE. 



\ 



J 



I 



If 



BXJNinira — continued. 

— - aooounts. In statute. Brackenridge v. Baltzell, i Ind. 333. 

and bounding. In deed. Hammond v. Ridg^ely, 5 H. & J. (Md.) 

245 (9 Am. Dec. 522} . 

at large. In city ordinance. Spect v. Arnold, 52 Cal. 455. 

In statute. Hammond v. Chicago, etc., R. Co., 43 Iowa, 168 ; Thompson 
V. Corpstein, 52 Cal. 653 ; Wright v. Clark, 6 Reporter (Vt), 409 ; 
Welsh V. Chicago, etc., R. Co., 53 iowa, 632 ; Goener v. Woll, 26 
Minn. 154. 

• away and leaving her children. In statute. Cambridge 

Union v. Parr, 10 C. B. (N. S.) 102. 

dayB. In charter-party. Prlngle v. Mollett.6 M. & W. 80; Ben- 
son V. Blunt, I Q. B. 868 ; Crowell v. Barreda, 16 Gray, 471. 

•^hile on the Hudson river. In insurance policy. St. Nicholas, 

etc., Ins. Co. v. Merchants, etc., Ins. Co., 18 N. Y. (S. C.) 108. 

SABBATH. State v. Drake, 64 N. C. 589. 

. night. In statute. Kroer v. People, 78 111. 294. 

SABBATH-BBEAKnra. In statute. State v. Popp, 45 Md. 432. 



SAFE. 



8AFELT. 
SAID. 



SAIL. 



SALABY. 



SALE. 



custody. In statute. Queen v. Newman, 8 Q, B. Div. 706. 

port. lu charter-party. Ogden v. Graham, i B. & S. 774 ; The 

Alhambra, 5 Prob. Div. 256. 

rate of speed. Cleveland, etc., R. Co. v. Newell, 75 Ind. 542. 

and securely. In plea. Ross z/. Hill, 2 C. B. 877. 

Simpson v. Lewthwaite, 3 B. & Ad. 231 ; Wilkinson v. State, 10 Ind. 
372 ; Ellis V. Horine, i A. K. Marsh. 417. 

In plea. Jones v. Clarke, 3 Q. B. 194; Chapman v. Beckington, 3 Q. 

B. 703. 
In will. Hall v. Warren, 9 H. L. Cas. 420. 

appeaL In order. Queen v. Eyre, 7 El. & Bl. 619. 

county. In deed. King v. Inhabitants, 2 B. & Ad. 491. 

moirtgage deed, the real estate thereby conveyed. Merritt 

V, Harris, 102 Mass. 327. 

parties. Lord v. Taylor, 14 Pick. 165. 

In insurance policy. Lang v. Anderson, 3 B. & C. 502 ; PeJigrew v. 

Pragle, 3 B. & Ad. 520; Graham v. Barras, 5 B. & Ad. 1019 ; 

Bowen v. Hope Ins. Co., 20 Pick. 275. 

her himself. In contract. Sheriffs v, Pugh, 22 Wis. 273. 

Cowden v. Huff", 10 Ind. 83. 

In constitution. Dane v. Smith, 54 Ala. 47. 

In statute. Castle v. Lawlor, 47 Conn. 343. 

Williamson v. Perry, 3 How. 544 ; Newcomb v. Cabell, 10 Bush, 460 ; 
Huthmacker v. Harris, 38 Pa. St. 460; Doughty v. Hope, i N.. Y. 
79; Robinson v. Hirschfelder, 59 Ala. 503; Leigh v. Mobile R. Co., 
58 Ala. 165; Valentine v. Piper, 22 Pick. 92; Howard v. Harris, 8 
Allen, 299; Buffum v. Merry, 3 Mason, 481 ; Gardner v. Lane, 12 
Allen, 39 ; Schermerhorn v. Tallman, 14 N. Y. 93; Ratilly v. Wilson, 
3 Dill. 420; Stanton v. Henderson, i Ind. 69. 

In constitution. Smith v. Mariner, 5 Wis. 582. 

In contract. Rice v. Mayo, 107 Mass. 550; Moor v. Roberts, 3C. B. 
(N. S.) 830. 



SALE. 



Merritt 



SALE. 



315 



SALT. 



SALE — Continued. 

In insuy-ance policy. Wolf v. Security Fire <.is. Co., 39 N. Y. 49. 

In statute. Madison Avenue Baptist Church v. Baptist Church, 46 N. 

Y. 131 ; Gunier w. Leclcy, 30 Ala. 591 ; Howard v. Harris, 8 Allen, 

297; Walbrunv. Babbitt, 16 Wall. 577; Henniker v. Henniker, i El. 

& Bl. 59 ; Sapp V. Broom Co., 20 Kans. 243 ; Com. v. Smith, 102 

Mass. 144; Martin v. State, 59 Ala. 36. 
by auction. In statute. Jones v. Nanney, i McClelland, 3; ; 

Rex V. Taylor, i McClelland, 362 ; Crandall v. State, 28 Ohio St. 479. 

by private oontraot. Barlow v. Osborne, 6 H. L. Cas. 556. 

mortgage or other dispoBition of real estate. In •will. Atty.- 

Gen. V. Wynham, i H. & C. 575. 
of land. In statute. Evans v. Green, 23 Miss. 294; Denn v. 

Diamond, 4 B. & C. 245. 

or disposition. In statute. Taylor v. Keymer, 3 B. & Ad. 320. 

or transftr. In statute. Padbury v. Garlick, 36 Conn. 384. 

alienated by or otherwise. In insurance policy. Jackson v. 

Massachusetts, etc.. Ins. Co., 23 Pick. 418 (34 Am. Dec. 69). 
oontraot for the of goods, wares and merchandise. In statute. 

Simon v. Metivier, i W. Bl. 599; Hinde v. Whitehouse, 7 East, 558; 

Roudeau v. Wyatt, 2 H. Bl. 63 ; Alexander v. Comber, i H. Bl. 20; 

Towers v. Osborne, i Strange, 506 ; Clayton v. Andrews, 4 Burr, 

2101 ; Cooper z/. Elston, 7 T. R. 14; Allen v. Bennet, 3 Taunt. 169: 

Williams v. Burgess, 10 A. & E. 499 ; Garbutt v. Watson, 5 B. & Aid. 

613 ; Mixer v. Howarth, 21 Pick. 207; Lamb v. Craft, 12 Mete. 356: 

Gardners. Joy, 9 Met. 179 ; Cason v. Cheely, 6Ga. 554 ; Cobbald v. 

Caston, 8 Moore, 460 ; Acker v. Campbell, 23 Wend. 372 ; Bennett v. 

Hull, 10 Johns. 364 ; Newman v. Morris, 4 Harr. & McH. 421 ; Ide v. 

Stanton, 1 5 Vt. 690 ; Sawyer v. Ware, 36 Ala. 675 ; Woodward v. 

Patterson, 32 Barb. 630; Gleason v. Drew. 9 Greenl. 79; Alexander 

V. Ghiselin, 5 Gill. 180; Phelps v. Hendrick, 105 Mass. 106; Buck- 

ner v. Reis, 34 Mo. 357 ; Brown v. Slauson, 23 Wis. 244 ; Davis v. 

Robertson, i Mill, 71 (12 Am. Dec. 611). 
sherifTs . Batchelder v. Carter, 2 Vt. 168. 

underwoods. In statute. Fitzhardinge v. Pritchett, L. R., 2 Q. 

B. 136. 

by commercial brokers. In statute. Collectors. Doswell, 16 



BAT.IgA-RT.Te . 



SALES. 

Wall. 156. 

, transfers and conveyances. In statute. Corbett v. Nutt, 10 

Wall. 464. 

SAIiESMAK'. Emmerton v. Mathews, 7 Hurl. & N. 590 ; Hagan v. Domestic Sewing 
Machine Co., 9 Hun, 73. 

SALOON. In indictment. State v. Mansker, 36 Tex. 364 ; Brockway v. State, 36 

Ark. 636. 
In statute. Kitson v. Mayor, 26 Mich. 325 ; State v. Barr, 39 Conn. 41* 

SALOONEEEPEB. Cahill v. Campbell, 105 Mass. 40. 

SALT. In insurance policy. Journu v. Bourdieu, Park on Ins. 245. 

lick. In statute. State v. Miller, 3 McLean, 151. 

spring. In statute. State v. Miller, 3 M(:Lean, 151. 

water. Niles v. Patch, 13 Gray, 257. 



^^^'''>»'«^m^£S:mmi i.i^^ . . ^ -■MMUWftWWa.kJato^aife^a^^^^ 



■w****!-*"' : ja-*!*tasaB2a,' • 



SALtrS. 



316 



SATISFACTORY. 



SALUS. populi est suprema lex. Mayor v. Lord, 17 Wend. 285 ; Ameri- 

can Printworks v. Laurence, 23 N. J. (L.) 590; Donahoe v. Rich- 
ards, 38 Me. 379. 

SALVAGE. The H. B. Foster, Abb. Adm. 222 ; Weeics v. The Catherine Maria, 2 
Pet. Adm. 424; Leaz'. The Alexander, 2 Paine, 466 ; Spencer v. The 
Charles Avery, i Bond, 117 ; The Clarita and Clara, 23 Wall, i ; The 
M. B. Stetson, i Lowell, 121. 

SALVOB. The Ida L. Howard, i Lowell, 23; The Wave v. Hyer, 2 Paine, 131 j 

The Charles, i Newb. Adm. 329. 

SAME. allotments. In statute. Ellis v. Amison, 5 B. & Aid. 53. 

. cause. In statute. Mesper v. Brown, i C. P. Div. 99. 

demand. In statute. Marble v. Hinds, 67 Me. 204. 

ground. In contract. Mumford v. Gething, 7 C. B. (N. S.) 305. 

offense. In constitution. U. S. v. Cahill, i Hughes, 522. 

place. Westfall w. Farwell, 13 Wis. 509. 

property. In deed. Parks v. Watson, 29 Mo. io8 ; Brockway v. 

Rowley, 66 111. 99. 

regnilations. In statute. Patton v. Hanna, 46 Mo. 316. 

stock. In contract. Allan v. Lake^ 18 Q. B. 562. 

voyage. In charter-party. Gether v. Capper, 18 C. E 868. 

gaming table of the or like kind. In statute. Com. v. 

Wyatt, 6 Rand. 694. 

made at the time. In statute. 

on the voyage. In statute. 

Blatchf. 22. 
table or bank of the or like kind. 

7 Rich. 8. 

the . In contract. Hasrward v. Parke, 16 C. B. 325. 

In will. Hancock v, Hancock, 14 Pick. 70. 

In statute. Re Kimball, 2 Ben. 42. 

only eqiial to . In contract. Nichols v. Godt, 10 Ex. 191. 



Wood V. Norton, 9 B. & C. 887. 
Wright V. Norwich R. Co., 8 



In statute. State v. Red, 



samfi.es. 

8Ain>-PA0KINa. 

sane. — 



SATIBFAOnOH. 



In indictment. Daniel v. State, 61 Ala. 5. 

— or insane. In insurance policy. Bigelow z/. Berkshire Ins. Co.,. 

3 Otto, 284 ; Adkins v. Columbia Life Ins. Co., 70 Mo. 27. 
In contract. Eagleton v. East India Co. , 3 Bos. & P. 55 ; Moore 

V. Fleming, 34 Ala. 491. 

entire . In contract. Sloan v. Hayden, iioMass. 141. 

proved to the of the selectmen. In statute. Town of Wilton 

V. Town of Weston, 48 Conn. 333. 

8ATIBFA0T0BY. affidavit. In statute. Whiley v. Whiley, 4 C. B. (N. S.) 660. 

cause. Smith z/. Bean, 130 Mass. 298. 

notes. In contract. Hanna v. Mills, 21 Wend. 90 (34 Am. Dec. 

216). 

proof. In statute. Van Steenbergh v. Kortz, 10 Johns. 167. 

to the selectmen. In contract. Bucksport v. Brewer, 67 Me. 

295. 
if the machine is or does what ia claimed fax it. In contract, 

Clark V. Rice, 46 Mich. 308. 
proof . In insurance policy. Braunstein v. Ins. Co., i B. & S. 784* 



mmmmm^ 




"FACTORY, 

285 ; Ameri- 
hoe V. Rich- 

ine Maria, 2 
Jncer v. The 
Wall. I ; The 

Paine, 131 ; 
i.S3. 



(N. S.) 30s. 
522. 

trackway v. 
16. 

2.868. 
Com. V. 

J. & C. 887. 
R. Co., 8 

»te V. Red. 



191. 

e Ins. Co., 
IS : Moore 



of Wilton 

N.S.)66o. 

Am. Dec. 

J. 167. 
. 67 Me. 

^contract, 

&S. 784. 



-Satisfied. 



3x7 



SEA. 



SAVED. 

SAW-MILL. 

SAY. 



SCANDAL. 

SCHEDULE. 

SCHISM. 

SCHXTAFFS. 
SCHOOL. 



SATISFIED. In indorsement of mortgage. Sims v. Campbell, i McCord Ch. 53 (16 
Am. Dec. 595). 

ftilly . State v. Sears, Phill. (L.) 146. 

well . In contract. Folliard v. Wallace, 2 Johns. 395. 

Caigs V. Chiller, 2 Prob. Div. 151. 

In deed. Farrarv. Stackpole, 6 Me. 154 (19 Am, Dec. 201). 

about 1,100 tons. In contract. Morris v. Levison, i C. P. Div. 

>5S- 
not less than 100. In contract. Leeming v. Cnaith, 16 Q. B. 

275. 

that is to . In plea. Bradley 7/. Pilot, 2 El. & Bl. 428. 

Skinner z/. Judson, 8 Conn. 528(21 Am, Dec, 691). 
In statute. Stratt v. Robinson, 3 B. & Ad, 395. 
In contract. Nelson v. Benson, 69 111. 27. 
In statute. McKinney v. Griggs, 5 Bush, 401. 

soheidam . Burke v. Cassin, 45 Cal. 467. 

In statute. State v. Gager, 28 Conn. 232. 

house. In statute. Chegaray v. Mayor of N. Y., 13 N. Y. 220 ; 

Chegaray v. Jenkins, 5 N. Y. 377. 
— ^ distriots. In constitution. People v. McAdams, 82 111. 356. 
ftind of the county. In statute. Hanlon v. Comm'rs of Lloyd 

County, 53 Ind. 123. 

high . Attorney-General v. Butler, 1 23 Mass. 304. 

flree . In deed. Le Couteulx v. City of Buffalo, 33 N. Y. 333. 

In will. Birchard v. Scott, 39 Conn, 69. 
common . In statute. Le Couteulx v. City of Buffalo, 33 N. Y. 

333- 

public . In statute. Jenkins v. Andover, 103 Mass, 99. 

town . In statute. Cushingv. Inhabitants of Newburyport, 10 

Mete. 512. 
— — purposes exclusively. In statute. St. Marylebone v. Zoologi- 
cal Soc., 3 El. & Bl. 807 ; Purchas v. Holy Sepulchre, 4 El. & Bl. 

170. 

8CIBE FACIAS. Bentley v. Sevier, i Hemp. 249 ; Chestnut v. Chestnut, 17 111. 346 ; 
Walker v. Wells, 17 Ga. 547 ; Stearns v. Barrett, i Mason, 153. 
common . Rex v. Foxby, 6 Mod. 14 ; Com. v. Hutchinson, 5 

Clark (Pa.), 321 ; James v. Com., 12 S. & R. 220 ; Com. v. Mohiin, 

52 Px St. 243; U. S. V. Royall, 3 Cranch C. C. 618; State v. 

Schlottmann, 52 Mo. 164; Com. v. Davis, 11 Pick. 432; Com. v. 

Pray, 13 Pick. 359; Com. v. Foley, 99 Mass. 497. 
by way of seal. In statute. Grimsley v. Riley, 5 Mo. 280 (32 

Am. Dec. 319). 
In statute. Lewis v. Overby, 28 Gratt. 627. 
In slander. Mills v. Van Horn, 17 Ind. 245. 
Waring i>. Clarke, 5 How. 441 ; Doane v. Wilcutt, 5 Gray, 336 ; Niles 

V. Patch, 1*3 Gray, 257. 
In deed. Scratton v. Brown, 4 B. & C. 503. 

In statute. Baker v. Hoag, 7 N, Y, 555 ; Hubbard v. Hubbard, 8 N. 
Y. 196. 



SCHOOUNG. 
SCHOOLS. 



SCIENTIFIC. 



SCOLD. 



SCRAWL. 

SCROLL. 

SCREWED. 

SEA. 






KJiaKd-ii;;': 




SJSA. 



318 



S£A WORTHY. 



i ! 



! 



SEA— Continued. 

letter. Sleght v. Rhinebnder. i Johns. 192 ; Sleght v. Harts- 

horne, 2 Johns. 531. 

shore. Church v. Meeker. 3., Conn. 421; Cutts w. Hussey, 15 

Me. 237 ; Storer v. Freeman, 6 Mass. 435 ; Doane v. Wilcutt, 5 Gray, 
336. 

stores. In statute. U. S. v. Twenty-three coils of cordage, 

Gilp. 303 ; U. S. V. Twenty-four coils of cordage, Baldw, 502. 

at . In insurance policy. Bowen v. Hope Ins. Co., 20 Pick. 275 

(32 Am. Dec. 214). 

In ^iiiute. The Harriet, i Story, 251. 

main . People v. Supervisors, 73 N. Y. 393. 

proceed to . In statute. The City of Cambridge, L. R., 4 Adm. 

& Ecc. 161. 

SEAIi. Warren v. Lynch, 5 Johns. 239 ; Giles v. Maudlin, 7 Rich. (S. C.) 1 1 ; 

Carter v. Barley, 9 N. H. 558 ; Douglass v. Oldham, 6 N. H. 150; 

Pearsall v. Dwight, 2 Mass. 84; Com. v, GrifRth, 2 Pick. 11 ; Coit 

V. Millikin, i Denio, 376 ; Allen v. Sullivan, etc., R. Co., 32 N. H. 

446 ; Trasher v. Everhart, 3 Gill & J. 234 ; Jones v. Longwood, i 

Wash. (Va.) 42 ; Force v. Craig, 2 Halst. (N. J.) 172 ; Alexander v. 

Jameson, 5 Binn. 238 ; Ralph v. Gist, 4 McCord (S. C). 267; Van- 

blarcum v. \eo, 2 Blackf. 322 ; Harden v. Webster, 29 Ga. 427 ; 

Pease r/. Lawson, 33 Mo. 35; Underwood v. Dallas, 47 Mo, 259; 

r'illciv V. Roberts, 13 How. 472 ; Maples v. Park, 17 Conn. 340 ; 

bi-adiey v. Northern Bk., 60 Ala. 253 ; Overseers v. Overseers, 6 

N. J. (L.) 169; Perrine v. Cheeseman, 12 N. J. (L.) 174; Corrigan 

?/. Trenton, etc.. Falls Co., 5 N. J. (Eq.) 52; Curtis v. Leavitt, 17 

Barb, 309 ; Rose v. Bedell, 5 Duer, 462 ; Pillow v. Roberts, 13 How. 

472 ; Hempst. 624 ; Follett v. Rose, 3 McLean, 332 ; Farmers' Bk. 

V. Haight, 3 Hill, 493 ; Bates v. Boston, etc., R. Co., 10 Allen, 251 ; 

U. S. V. Stephenson, i McLean, 462. 
In deed. Glasscock v. Glasscock, 8 Mo. 577. 
In statute. Perrine v. Cheeseman, 6 Halst. 174(19 Am. Dec. 388); 

Geary v. Kansas, 61 Mo. 378 ; Eaton v. North, 20 Wis. 449. 
corporate . In statute. Woodman v. York, etc., R. Co., 50 Me. 

S49. 
official of such notary. In statute. Goodyear v. Hullhen, a 

Hughes, 497. 

under his proper hand and . Hurley v. Ramsay, 49 Mo. 309. 

SEAItED. In deed. Davis v. Judd, 6 Wis. 86. 

In note. Mitchell z/. Davis, Harp. (S. C.) i. 

instrument. Blackwell v. Hamilton, 47 Ala. 470. 

up. In statute. Morgan v. Jones, 44 Conn. 225. 

SEAMAN. fn statute. U. S. v. Savage, 5 Mason, 461 ; U. S. v. Thompson, i Sum- 

ner, 169 ; U. S. V. McArdle, 2 Sawyer, 367 ; The North America, 5 
Ben. 486. 
SEABOH. In statute. Kenyon v. Hart, 6 B. & S. 253. 

BEAWOBTHY. In insurance policy. Phillips v. Nairne, 4 C. B. 343; Small v. Gibson, 
16 Q. B. 128; Lord v. Goodall, etc.. Steam Co., 4 Sawy. 292 ; Burges 
V. Wickham, 3 B. ^ S. 669 ; HoUingworth v. Brodrick, 7 Ad. & Ell. 
46; Draper 7/. Commercial Ins. Co., 4 Duer, 234 ; Dupont de Nemours 
V. Vance, 19 How. 162 ; Copeland v. New England Ins. Co., 2 Mete. 



VORTHY. 



It V. Harts* 

Hussey, 15 
cutt, 5 Gray, 

of cordage, 
fi, 503. 

10 Pick. 275 



.. R, 4 Adni. 

. (S. C.) II ; 

N. H. 150; 

k. II ; Coit 

>., 3* N. H. 

.ongwood, I 

Alexander v. 

, 267; Van- 

29 Ga. 427; 

47 Mo. 259; 

Conn. 340 ; 

Overseers, 6 

4; Corrigan 

. Leavitt, 17 

rts, 13 How. 

i'armers* Bk. 

• Allen, 251; 



J.Dec. 388); 

M9- 

Co., so Me. 

Hullhen, 3 

} Mo. 309. 



ion, I Sum- 
America, 5 



V. Gibson, 

92 ; Burges 

Ad. A Ell. 

e Nemours 

o., 2 Mete. 



"T 



SEA WORTHY. 



3x9 



SECURITY. 



SBAWOBTHT 



SEAS. 

SEASON. 

SECOND. 



SECBET. 



SECBETABY. 



SECBETED. 
SEOBETLY. 

SECTF. 



SE(7FION. 
8EOUI1AB. 

SECUBE. 



BECUBED. 



BEOUBELY. 
SEOUBINO. 
SEOnBTFIES. 

COEOUBITY. 



— Continued. 

432 ; Hathaway v. Sun Mut. Ins. Co., 8 Bosw. 33 ; Presoott v. Union 

Ins. Go., I Whart. 399 (30 Am. Dec. 207) ; Capen v. Washington Ins. 

Co., 12 Cush. 517. 
In patent, Keyser v. Coe, 9 Blatchf. 32. 
In contract. Myers v. Walker, 24 111. 133. 
mortgage bonds. In statute. Douglas v. Town of Chatham, 

41 Conn. 210. 
safis port. In charter-party. Atkins v. Fibre Disintegrating 

Co., 2 Ben. 381. 
dispositioii of the dead body. In statute. Queen v. Brown. 

L. R., I C. C. R. 244. 
partnership. U. S. Bank v. Binncy, 5 Mason, 177; Deeringv. 

Flanders, 49 N. H. 225. 
In note. Bottomley v. Fisher, i 'H. & C. 296. 
In statute. People v. Manufacturing Co., 99 III. 361. 

for the time being. In note. Storm v. Sterling, 3 El. & Bl. 833. 

In slander. Kelly v. Partington, 5 B. & Ad, 650. 

on or about their person. In statute. Sutton t/. State, 12 Fla. 

'35. 
or denomination of Ghristians. In constitution. Laurence v. 

Fletcher, 8 Mete. 162. 
religious , order or denomination. In constitution. Boyce v. 

Christian, 69 Mo. 494. 
another or different persuasion, or denomination. In consti- 
tution. Muzzy V. Wilkins, Smith's Decisions, i. 
In statute. Spring v. City of Olney, 78 111. loi ; Ellis v. Whitlock, 10 

Mo. 781. 
business. In statute. Gladwin v. Lewis, 6 Conn. 49 (16 Am. 

Dec. I). 
In statute. Finn v. Donohue, 35 Conn. 216. 

calling. In statute. Smith v. Foster, 41 N. H. 221. 

In constitution. Wheaton v. Peters, 8 Pet. 660. 

In contract. Raikes v. Todd, 8 Ad. & El. 846 ; Foot v. Webb, 59 Barb. 

38. 
In statute. Pennell v. Rhodes, 9 Q. B. 128. 
imiwund or otherwise =. In statute. Thomas v. Harris, i Man. 

& G. 703. 
or invested in her name. In statute. Jennings v. Davis, 31 

Conn. 134. 
to be paid. In statute. U. S. v. Three hundred and fifty chests 

of Tea, 12 Wheat. 487 ; Six hundred and fifty-one chests of Tea v. 

y. S., I Paine, 518. 

fenced. In statute. Pitts., C. & St. L. R. R. v. Eby, 55 Ind. 567. 

In constitution. Wheaton v. Peters, 8 Pet. 591. 

for money. In will. Hopkins v. Abbott, L. R., 19 Eq. Cas. 222 ; 

Galliers v. Moss, 9 B. & C. 280. 
Storm V. Waddell, 2 Sandf. Ch. 494. 
In contract. Brown v. White, 3 Blackf. 431. 
./» note. Fulton v. Matthews, 15 Johns. 433 (8 Am. Dec. 361). 



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SECURITY. 



3ao 



SEIZED. 



.BEGfUBITY — 



'I 



V: 



rSEDATE. 

■SEDOE. 

SEDUCE. 



SEDUCED. 
SEDUCTION, 



.SEEDS. 

'.SEEKING. 
SEISED. 
SEISIN. 

:43EIZE. 
^SEIZED. 



Continued. 
In statute, Lowe v. Blakemore, L. R., lo Q. B. 485 ; Armstrong v. 

Cowles, 44 Conn. 44; Clark v. Barrett, 19 Mo. 39. 

tor his debt. In statute. Holmes v. Tutton, 5 El. & Bl. 78- 

— — for the payment of money. In statute. Stoessinger v. R. Co., 

3 El. & Bl. 550. 
collateral . Shoemaker v. Nat. Mechanics Bank, 2 Abb. (U. S.) 

416. 

oreditOA- Laving for his debt. In statute. Murray v. Arnold, 

3 B. & S 288; Hopkins v. Clarke, 4 B. & S. 836; 5 B. & S. 753- 
person bound as for another. In statute, Ross v. Jones, 33 

Wall. 577. 
■uoh shall be oompelled. In statute. Vaughn v. Haden, 37 

Mo. 1 78. 

deliberate mind. Primus v. State, 3 Tex. (App.) 369. 

flat. Church V. Meeker, 34 Conn. 421. 

In information. State v, Bierce, 27 Conn. 319. 
In statute. State v, Bierce, 27 Conn. 319. 

and debauch. In statute. People z/. Millspaugb, 11 Mich. 278. 

Com. V, Dorus, 108 Mass. 488. 

Hagan v. Cregan, 6 Robt. (N. Y.) 138; Clark v. Fitch. 2 Wend. 459: 

Bell V, Barker, 29 Ind. 267 ; Broughton v. Smart, 59 111. 440 ; Del- 

vee V. Boardman, 20 Iowa, 446 ; Leucker v. Sterlew, 89 111. 545 , 

Crogan v. State, 22 Wis. 445 ; People v. Millspaugh, 1 1 Mich. 278, 

People V, Clark, 33 Mich. 118. 
into port any ships. In insurance policy, Jarrett v. Ward, i 

Camp. 270. 

you out. Brewster v. Countryman, 12 Wend. 446. 

you paid. Watkins v. Perkins, i Ld. Ray. 224 ; Jones v. Cooper, 

Cowp. 227. 

barley. In contract. Carter v. Crick, 4 Hurl. & N. 412. 

Dans V. Benn, i B. & C. 767. 

garden . In statute, Boving v, Lawrence, i Blatchf. 616. 

a livelihood within the city. In statute. Smith v, Hurrell, 

10 B. & C. 543. 
In statute. Cook v. Hammond, 4 Mason, 488. 

ofa fireeholdestate. Windham v. Portland, 4 Mass. 384. ^') 

Fitzhugh V, Crogran, 2 J. J. Marsh. 430; McMillan v. Hutchison, 4 

Bush, 613; Hart v. Dean, 2 McArthur, 60; Ford v. Garner, 49 

Ala. 601. 
Pelham v. Rose, 9 Wall. 103. 
In statute. Reg. v. Longhorn, 17 Q. B. 80. 
Burton v. Smith, 13 Pet. 46*. . 
In statute. Englishbe v, Helmuth, 3 N. Y. 294. 
In will. Leach v. Jay, 6 Ch. Div. 496 ; 9 Ch. Div. 43' 
of an estate or inheritance. In statute. Kirby v» Vantreece, 

26 Ark. 368. 

die . In will. Leach v. Jay, 27 W. R. 99. 

In statute. McNutt v. Turner, 16 Wall. 353. 



1 
j 



SEIZIN. 



32X 



SENIOR. 



8ELB0TED. 
SELEOnON. 



SELL. 



BSHZIN. Rose v. Rose, 5 Heisk. $33- 

8BIZXTBB. The Silver Spring, i Spragv., 551 ; The Josefa Segunda, 10 Wheat. 

312; Greene v. Pacific Ins. Co., 9 Allen, 219. 
In insurance policy. Pipon v. Cape, i Camp. 434; Appleton w. Crown- 

inshield, 3 Mass. 443 ; Green v. Pacific, etc., Ins. Co., 9 Allen, 217 ; 

Barney v. Maryland Ins. Co., 5 H. & J. 139. 
for illioit trade. In insurance policy Church v. Hubbart, 2 

Cranch, 187 ; Carrington v. Merchants' Ins. Co., 8 Pet. 495- 

0O8t of . In statute. Fifteen Empty Barrels, 1 Ben. 125. 

In statute. Perry v. State, 9 Wis. 20. 

by the owner. In constitution. Norris v. Kidd, 28 Ark. 490, 

to be . In statute. Re Henkel, 2 Sawyer, 309. 

In statute. Clark v. Bond, 4 Baxt. 288. 
SELF-DEFENSE. Levells v. State, 32 Ark. 585 ; Blake v. State, 3 Tex. (App.) 531 : 

Plummerv. State, 4Tex. (App.) 310; May v. State, 6 Tex. (App.) 191. 
Butts V. Newton, 29 Wis. 632 ; Lumpkin v. Wilson, s Heisk. 555. 
In contract. Smith v. Haynes, 9 Me. 128; Bry&on z/. Rayner, 25 Md. 

424. 
In power of attorney. Vanada v. Hopkim, i J. J. Marsh. 285 (19 

Am. Dec. 92) ; Durham v. Oddie, i Mart. (N. S.) 444 («4 Am. Dec. 

190)- 
In statute. De Ruyter v. St. Peter's Church, 3 N. Y. 238 ; Brown v. 

Van Duzec, 44 Vt. 529; Margo v. Goodman, 2 Miss. 552 ; People v» 

Cox, 45 Cal. 342 : Macy v. Raymond. 9 Pick. 285 ; Savage v. Walshe 

26 Ala. 619; Sawin v. Guild, i Gall. 485. 

and convey. In statute. Coope v. Curtis, 30 Me. 488. 

and dispose o£ In statute. Gordon v. Preston, i Watts, 385 (26 

Am. Dec. 75). 

and ezdiange. In power. Phelps v. Harris, 11 Otto, 370. 

any office. In statute. Sailing v. McKinney, i Leigh, 42 (19 

Am. Dec. 722). 
as unadulterated. In statute. Fitzpatrick v. Kelly, L. R., 8 Q. 

B. 337. 
dispose of, oontraot and bargain for. In power of attorney. 

Clarke's Lessee v. Courtney. 5 Peters. 319. 
exchange and deliver. In indictment. State v. Watson. 65 

Mo. 115. 
my fitrm for me. In instructions to agent. Stewart v. Wood, 

63 Mo. 252. 

or give away liquors. In statute. Young v. State, 58 Ala. 359. 

the same at public sale. In power. Bast v. Bank, 1 1 Otto. 95. 

Lambert v, People, 76 N. Y. 220. 

of learning. In statute. Chegaray v. Mayor of N. Y., 13 N. Y. 

220 ; Chegaray v. Jenkins, 5 N. Y. 377. 

public . In will. Curting v. Curting, 8 Dana, 38 (33 Am. Dec. 

475)- 
any letter. In statute. Rex v. Wagstaff, i Russ. & Ry. 399- 

In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 18 Q. B. 390. 

in service. Opinion of the Justices, 126 Mass. 603. 

41 



8BMI00L0N. 
SBMINABY. 



SEND. 

SENDDra. 

8BNIOB. 



i-^^-mi 



riMMM 



SENT. 



322 



SERVANT. 



8SNT. 



by poit. Tn statute. Bishop v. Helps, a C. B. 56. 

oauaed the goods to be . In statute. Hearne v, Garten, 

3 El. & El. 7$. 
SBNTIINOB. In statute. State v. Salomons, 5 Yerg. 360 (37 Am. Dec. 469) ; Com. 

V. Lockwood, 109 Mass. 325. 

a of impriBonment in the peniteotiary. In statute. Presbury 

V. Hall, 34 Mo. 30. 

SEPABATB. In will. Massy v. Brown, L. R., 4 H. L. 388. 

and distinct dwelling-houses. In statute. Kin;; v. Inhabit- 
ants, 5 Ad. & Ell. 365 ; Same v. Same, 9 Q. B. 330 ; Queen v. 
Elswick, 3 El. & El. 440. 

business. In statute. Lowell v. Newton, 4 C. P. Div. 7. 

estate. In statute. Smith v. Smith, 30 Ala. 643 ; Glenn v. Glenn, 

41 Ala. 571 ; re Lowe, 11 Bankr. Rej;. 331. 

posts. In statute. Parker v. U. S., i Peters, 393. 

property. Alston v. Rowles, 13 Fla. 117. 

8BPABATBLY. and in oonseoutive order. In statute. Gage v. Barley, 103 

111. 13. 

3KKIBfl. of voyages. In charter-party. Poland v. Maryland Coal Co., 

14 Blatchf. 519. 

BEBIOXJS. bodily harm. In statute. Lawler v. People, 74 III. 338. 

illness, looal disease, afDBOtion or personal ii^ury. In in- 

surance policy. Southern Life Ins. Co. v, Wilkinson, 53 Ala. 536. 
-^ personal il^jury. In insurance policy, Ins. Co. v, Wilkinson, 
13 Wall. 333. 

SEBVAirr. Towson v. Havre De Grace Bk., 6 H. & J. 47 (14 Am. Dec. 354) ; 
Heygood v. State, 59 Ala. 51 ; Queen v. Lynn, 8 Ad. & Ell. 379 ; 
King V. Inhabitants, 4 Ad. & Ell. 494 ; Clark v. Fitch, 3 Wend. 459 
(30 Am. Dec. 639). 
In indictment. Gravatt v. State, 35 Ohio St. 163. 
In statute. Com. v. Foster, 107 Mass. 331 ; Rex v. Spencer, Russ. & 
Ry. 399; Rex v. Smith, Russ. & Ry. 516; Rex v, Carr, Russ. & Ry. 
193 ; Rex V. Hoggins. Russ. & Ry. 145 ; Rex v. Tongue. Bell C. C. 
289 ; Reg.t/. Hughes, i Moody C. C. 370; Reg. v. Negus, L. R., 3 C. 
C. R. 34; Reg. V. Mayle, 11 Cox C. C. 150; Reg. v. Tyree, L. R., i 
C. C, R. 177; Reg. V, Freeman, 5 C. & P. 534; People v, Dalton, 15 
Wend. 581 ; Williams v, Stoll, i Cr. & M. 675 ; Reg. v. Dixon, 1 1 
Cox C. C. 178 ; Reg. v, Thomas, 6 Cox C. C. 403 ; Reg. v, Foulkes, 
13 Cox C. C. 63 ; Reg. v. Williams, 7 C. & P. 338 ; Reg. v. Winnall, 5 
Cox C. C. 336; Reg. V. McDonald, L. & C. 85; Reg. v. Turner, 11 
Cox C. C. 553 ; Reg. v. Tite, L. & C. 39 ; Reg. v. Gale, L. R., 3 Q. B. 
Div. 141 ; Reg. v. Guilder, Bell C. C. 384 ; Reg. v. Carpenter, L. R., i 
C. C. R. 39 ; Rex v. Tyers, Russ. & Ry. 402 ; Reg. v. Beacall, i Mood. 
C. C. 16; Reg. V. Gibson, 8 Cox C. C. 436 ; Reg. v. Adey, 1 Den. C. 
C. 571 ; Reg. v. Truman, 2 Cox C. C. 306; Reg. v. Murphy, 4 Cox C. 
C. loi ; Gravatt v. State, 25 Ohio St. 162 ; Reg. v. Atkinson, 3 f loody, 
278 ; Rex V. Hartley, Russ. & Ry. 139 ; Rex v. Squire, 3 Stark. e, 349 ; 
Reg. V. Atkinson, Oar. & M. 525; Rex v. Beacall, i Oar. & P. 
310; Rex V. Prince. 2 Car. A P. 517 ; Rex v. Snowley, 4 Car. & P. 390; 
Rex V, Pearson, 4 Car. & P. 572 ; Rex v. Salisbury, 5 Car. & P. 155 ; 
Reg. V. Townsend, Car. A M. 178; Reg. v. Hunt, 8 Car. & P. 643; 
Reg. V. White, 8 Car. & P. 742 ; Reg. v. Wilson, 9 Car. & P. 27; Reg. 



u_ 



^ 



RVANT. 

V. Garton, 

69) ; Com. 

Presbury 



V. Inhabit- 
Queen v. 

r. 7. 

m V, Glenn, 



Barley, loa 

d Coal Co., 

328, 

y. In itt' 
Ala. 536. 
Wilkinson, 

Dec. 254) ; 
& Ell. 379 ; 
\ Wend. 459 



cer, Russ. & 
Russ. & Ry. 
!, Bell C. C. 
s, L. R.,2C. 
ree, L. R., i 
V. Dalton, i s 
V. Dixon, II 

V. Foulkes, 
V. Winnall, 5 
/, Turner, 11 
.. R., 2 Q. B. 
nter, L. R., i 
call, I Mood, 
sy, I Den. C . 
»hy,4CoxC. 
on, 2 I'ioody, 
Stark, e, 349 ; 

I Oar. & P. 
3ar.&P.39o; 
an &P. 155; 
ar. & P. 642 : 
kP. 27;Reg. 



SERVANT. 



333 



SERVANT. 



8VEVANT — Continued. 

V. Welch, 2 Car. 4 R. 296 ; Reg. v. Townsend, 2 Car. 4 R. 168 ; Rex 
V. Rees, 6 Car. 4 P. 606 ; Reg. v. Masters, i Den. 0. C. 332 ; 2 Car. & 
K. 930; Temp. 4 M. i ; 18 L. J. (N. S.),M. 0. a ; Reg. w. Miller, 2 
Moody. 249; Rex v. Mellish, Russ. 4 Ry. 80; Rex v. Burton, i 
Moody, 237 ; Budd v. State, 3 Humph. 483 ; Com. v, Wyman, 8 Mctc. 
247 ; Reg. V. Watts, i Eng. L. 4 Eq. 558 ; a Den. 0. C. 14 ; State v. 
Chandler, 2 Stol. 266 ; Reg. v. Jones, Car. 4 M. 61 1 ; Reg. v. Musters, 
3 New. Ses. Cas. 326; la Jur. 942; Reg. v, Sheppard, 9 Car. 4 P. 121 ; 
Walker v. Com., 8 Leigh, 743; Rex v. Jackson, 1 Moody, 119; Com. 
V. Stearns, 2 Mete. 343; Reg. v. Lovell, 2 Moody 4 R. 236; Kine v. 
Evershcd, 10 Q. B. 143; Com. v. Libbey, 11 Mete. 64; People v. 
Sherman. 10 Wend. 298 (25 Am. Dec. 363) ; People v. Dalton, 1 5 
Wend. 521 ; Lewis v. Kendall, 6 How. Pr. 62; Goote v. Colton, 5 La. 

in husbandry. In statute. Davies v. Lord Berwick, 3 El. 4 El. 

554- 
or employee. In statute. Wells v. South Minnesota R. Co., i 

Fed. Rep. 270* i McCrary, 18. 
or servanta. In statute. Duke of Somerset v. Inhabitants, 4 B. 

4C. 171. 
amy or clerk. In statute. Rex v. Smith, i Russ. 4 Ry. 267 ; 

Rex V. Spencer, i Russ. 4 Ry. 299; Rex v. Squire, i Russ. 4 Ry. 

350- 
domeatio . In statute. Wakefield v. State 41 Tex. 558. 

fallow . Waller v. South-eastern R. Co., 2 H. 4 C. 102 ; Hutchin- 
son V, York, etc., 5 >Zx. 343 ; Bartonshill Coal Co. v. Reed, 3 Macq. 
295 ; Wymore v. Judy. 5 Ex. 354 ; Feltham v. England, L. R.. 2 Q. B. 
33 ; Tumley v. Midland R. Co.. i C. P. 291 ; Gallagher v. Piper, 16 C. 
B. (N. S.) 669 : Morgan v. Vale of Neath R. Co.. L. R., i Q. B. 149; 
McAndrews v. Burns, 39 N. J. (L.) 119; Foster v. Minnesota, etc.. 
R. Co.. 14 Minn. 360 ; Wonder v. Baltimore, etc., R. Co.. 32 Md. 41 1 ; 
Ryan v. Chicago, etc., R. Co., 60 III. 171 ; Marshall v. Schnicker. 63 
Mo. 308 ; Daubert v. Pickel. 4 Mo. (App.) 590 ; Cumberland Coal 
and Iron Co. v. Scally, 27 Md. 489; O'Connellv. Baltimore, etc., R. Co., 
ao Md. 212 ; McGowan v. St. Louis, etc.. R. Co., 61 Mo. 528 ; Shanck 
V. Northern, etc., R. Co.. 25 Md. 462 ; Columbus, etc., R. Co. v. Ar- 
nold, 31 Ind. 174: Thayer v. St. Louis, etc., R. Co., 22 Ind. 26; 
O'Connor v. Roberts, 120 Mass. 227 ; Summersell v. Fish, 1 17 Mass. 
312; Zeigler v. Day. 123 Mass. 152; Albro v. Agawam Canal Co;, 6 
Cush. 7S ; McLean v. Blue Point Mining Co., 51 Cal. 255 ; Faulkner 
V. Erie R. Co.. 49 Barb. 324 ; Malone v. Hathaway, 64 N. Y. 5 ; 
Brown v. Maxwell. 6 Hill. 592 ; Sherman v. Rochester. etc., R. Co.. 17 
N. Y. 1 53 : 1 5 Barb. 574 ; Hof nagle v. New York, etc.. R. Co., 55 N. Y. 
608; Shansey v. Andros' - , r^gin Mills, 66 Me. 420; Baird v. Pettit, 70 
Pa. St. 477 ; Louisville, cic, R. Co. v. Robinson, 4 Bush, 507 ; Pitts- 
burgh, etc., R. Co. V. Dervinney. 17 Ohio St. 197 ; Seaver v. Boston, 
etc., R. Co., 14 Gray. 466; Moran v. New York, etc., R. Co., 3 M Y. 
(S. C.) 770 ; Manville v. Cleveland, etc., R. Co.. 11 Ohio St. 417 ; St. 
Louis, etc., R. Co. v. Britz. 72 111. 256 ; Hayes v. Western R. Co., 3 
Cush. 270 ; Dow v. Kansas Padific R. Co., 8 Kans. 642 ; Chicago, etc.. 
R. Co. V. Murphy. 55 III. 336; Voltz v. Ohio. etc.. R. Co.. 85 111. 500; 
Illinois, etc., R. Co. v. Cox, 21 111. 20; Ryan v. Cumberland Valley 
R. Co.. 23 Pa. St. 384; Chicago, etc., R. Co. v. Keefe, 47 III. 108; 



SERVANT. 



334 



SETTLE. 



BBBVANT —Continued. 

Ragsdale v. Memphis, etc., R. Co., 59 Tcnn. 426 ; Wegcr t'. Pennsyl- 
vania R. Co., 55 Pa. St. 460; Coon v. Syracuse, etc.. R. Co., 5 N. Y. 
49a; Sherman v. Rochester, etc., R. Ci.., 17 N. Y. 153; Whalen v. 
Mad River, etc., R. Co., 8 Ohio St. 349; Baldt v. New York, etc., R. 
Co., 18 N. Y. 433; Booth V. Boston, etc., R. Co., 73 N. Y. 38; Flike 
V. Boston, etc., R. Co., 53 N. Y. 550; Smith r. New York, etc., R. 
Co., 19 N. Y. 133; Svenson v. Pacific Mail Steam. Co.. 57 N. Y. 108; 
I Jones & Sp. 277; Johnson v. Boston, 118 Mass. 114; Slater v, 
Jewett, 85 N. Y. 61; Peterson v. Whitebreast Co., 50 Iowa, 673. 

In statute. Doolan v. R. Co., 2 App. Cas, 793 ; Be '"•re v. Scott, 3 S. 

A R. ass- 
all my . IH will. Foxall v. McKenney, 3 Cranch C. C. 206. 

laborers, and apprentioM. In statute. Coffin v. Reynolds, 37 

N. Y. 640. 

a private table. In contract. Porter t. Merrill, 134 Mass. 534. 

every day they may as such. In statute. State v. Thompson, 

37 Mo, 176. 
In writ. Marshall v. Loring, 6 S. & R. 281. 
and executed. In statute. Wray v. Earl, 4 B. & Ad. 125. 



SEBVARTS. 



SJUtVB. 



8BBVJBD. 
SSRyiCB 



I 



SEBVIOBS. 



SSBVIUI. 
EUKUVITUDB 



SESSION. 
SET. 



SET-OFF. 

SETTmO. 
SETTLE. 



In statute. Directors v. Gidlow, L. R., 7 H. L. 517 ; ex parte Paris, 3 

Woodb. & M. 227 ; Howes v. Middleboro, 108 Mass. 123. 

of the ship. Ringold v. Crocker, Abb. Adm. 344. 

of the simmions. In statute. Bogart v. Sweezey, 26 Hun, 463. 

having had personal . In sheriff's return. State v. St. Louis, i 

Mo, (App.) 507. 

in my . In will. Darlow v. Edwards, i H. 50. 

when in actual in time of war. In constuu. .. Re Bogert, 2 

Sawy. 407. 
Manly v. Field, 7 C. B. (N. S.) 96. 
In statute Leeds v. Bowen, 2 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 43 ; Russell v. Miner, 61 

Barb. 534; Russell v. Miner, 25 Hun, 114. 

personal or earnings. In statute. Hoyt v. White, 46 N. H. 45. 

labor. In statute. Gladwin v. Lewis, 6 Conn, 49 ('6 Am. Dec. i). 

Taylor v. Hampton, 4McCord, 96 (24 Am. Dec. 710). 

involuntary . In constitution. Slaughter House Oases, 16 Wall. 

36. 
Queen v. Belton, 1 1 Q. R 379. 

in . In constitution. People v. Fancher, 50 N. Y. 288. 

aside. In statute. State v. Primm, 61 Mo. 166. 

fire to. In indictment. Howel v. Com., 5 Gratt. 664. 

off. Sutton V. Cole, 8 Mass. 96. 

on fbot. Charge to Grand Jury, 5 McLean, 306. 

cameos not . In statute. Bailey v. Schell, 5 Blatchfl 195. 

Avery v. Brown. 31 Conn. 398. 

In statute. Pellas v. Ins. Co., 5 C. P. Dlv. 35. 

up a olatm thereto. In statute. Moxon v. Ayers, 28 Wis. 614. 

Baxter v. State, 9 Wis. 40; Brody v. Dougherty, 30 Miss. 40. 

In contract. Moore v. Hyman, 13 Ired. (Eq.) 272 ; Pickerton v. Bailey, 

8 Wend. 600; Stilwell v. Ooope, 4 Denio, 225; Fort v. Gooding, 9 

Barb. 371. 



MM 



"MM 



m mm 1 ^ 



SETTLE. 

icxv. Pennsyl- 
R. Co., 5 N. Y. 
53 ; Whalen v. 

York, «tc., R. 
I. Y. 38 ; Flike 

York, etc., R. 
.. 57N. Y. 108; 
. 114; Slater V. 
Iowa, 673. 
■e V, Scott, 3 S. 

0. C. 206. 

!/. Reynolds, 37 

134 Mass. S34. 
s V. Thompson, 



Ad. 13$. 
L parte Paris, 3 
123. 

ly, 26 Hun, 463. 
,e V. St. Louis, 1 



50. 



Re Bogert, 2 



jsell V. Miner, 61 

lite. 46 N. H. 45. 
(16 Am. Dec. 1). 

e Oases, 16 Wall. 



. 288. 
.664- 

itchf. 195. 



'ers, 28 Wis. 614. 
)Iiss. 40. 

ckerton v. Bailey, 
ort V. Gooding, 9 



SETTLE. 



aas 



SHALL. 



8BTTLB— Continuc-d. 
In deed. 






SBTTLBD. 



tBTTLEMBNT, 



BBTTLQB. 

SBTTLEETO. 
BBVBITFH. 

BBVEBAIi. 



SBVBBAIiLT. 



SBVEBB. 



8EWEB. 



SBXUAL. 
SHAU.. 

{Directory.) 



Grier v. Grler, L. R., 5 H. L. 688. 
In statute, ^ueen i>, Inhubitniits, 7 Q, B. $34 ; re Dent, 8 Q. B. 60. 
Micklethwait v. Same, 4 C. B, (N. S.) "< J. 
/// indictment. Rex 7/. Hart, i Moody, 486. 
Inteceipt. Rex v, Martin, 7 0. & P. 549; Dursey v. Kollook, i N. J. 

(L.) 35. ' 
llmitB of the United States. In insurance policy. Gassier v. 

Conn. Mut. Life Ins. Co., 22 N. Y. 427. 
minister. Kibbe v. Antram, 4 Conn. 134. 

In statute. Fitzpatrick v. Dubois, 2 Sawyer, 437 ; City of La 

CrDSse V. Town of Melrose, 22 Wis. 463 ; Cummington v, Wareham, 

9 Cush. 588. 

actual . In statute. Balfour v. Meade, i Wash. 2$. 

In of the aooount. In receipt. McMurray v. Taylor, 30 Mo. 363. 

Rector V. U. S., 3 Cent. L. J. 612. 

actual . In statute, Stroud v. Missouri, etc., R. Co., 4 Dill. 396. 

Clark V. U. S.. 6 Wall. 546. 

or youngest child. In will. West v. Lord Primate, 3 Brown 

Ch. 148; 2 Cox Ch. 149. 
Halford z/. Bailey, 8 Q. B. 1000 ; 13 Q. B. 427; Einstein v. Marshall, 

58 Ala. 153 (29 Am. Rep. 729). 

deaths. In will. Colton v. Fox, 67 N. Y. 348. 

hudred dollars' worth. In guaranty. Einstein ?/. Marshall, 

58 Ala. 153 (29 Am. Rep. 729). 

jurisdiotions. In statute. Queen v. Justices, 7 B. & S. 395. 

In statute. Mcintosh v. Ensign, 28 N. Y. 169 ; Pruyn v. Black, 21 N. 
Y. 300. 

and successively. In will. Parker v. Tootal, 11 H. L. Gas. 143. 

sickness or disease. In statute. Holloman v. Life Ins. Co., 

I Woods, 675. 

In statute. Queen v. Bd. of Health, 5 B. & S. 886 ; 5 B. & S. 936 ; 
Poplar Bd. v. Knight, i El. B. & El. 438 « Reg. v. Godmanchester, 
L. R.. I Q. B. 328. 

common . In city charter. Bennett v. New Bedford, no 

Mass. 433. 

on acco int of . in constitution. Re Maquire, 57 Cal. 604. 

intercourse. In statute. Noble v. State, 22 Ohio St. 543. 

People V. San Luis, 3 Cent. L. J. 192 ; Railroad Qo.v. Hecht, 5 Otto, 168 ; 
Morris Canal v. Van Voorst, i Zabr. 100 ; Ludlow v, Ludlow, i South. 
387 ; Serfle v. Elizabeth. 3 Dutch. 407 ; Sovy v. State, 9 Vroom, 
324; Paulison V. Taylor, 6 Vroom, 184; Morrell v. Buckley, Spen- 
cer, 667; Morrell v. Fearing, Spencer, 670; Edwards v. Hall, 30 
Ark. 31; Nealv. Burrows, 34 Ark. 491 ; Queen v. Inhabitants, 13 
Q. B. 150; State z/. Merton, 14 Mo. 74; McGeez/. Porter, 14 Mo. 612; 
West w. Ross, 53 Mo. 350; Warner v. Hart, 6 Wis. 465; Cason v. 
Gason, 31 Miss. 578; Queen v. Fletcher, L. R., i C. C. R. 320; 
Wheelerv. Chicago, 24 111. 105 ; Beal v. Finch, 1 1 N. Y. 128 ; Burkheim 
V. Ins. Co., 38 Cal. 505 ; City of Little Rock v. Willis, 27 Ark. 573 ; 
Jones w. Varney, 8 Cush. 137; Cameron v. Cameron, 15 Wis. 8 ; 
Dosseth V. Harding, i 0. B. (N. S.) 530 ; Porvis v. Harding, id. 533 ; 



^i»smmfw^-1t^ 



msSB&^ 



""^mrnrn m i m t gi 




il 



SHALL. 



326 



SHAREHOLDERS. 



IH 



s 



SHALL— Continued. 

Donovan's Appeal, 40 Conn. 154; Jackson v. Young, 5 Cow. 269 

(15 Am. Dec. 473); State v. Stumpf, 21 Wis. 580; Railroad Co. v. 

Hecht, 5 Otto, 170 ; County Commrs. v. Meekins, 50 Md. 42 ; Whit- 

tington, ex parte, 34 Ark. 394; Tobin v. People, loi '" 3. 
{Mandatory^) Re Petition of Douglass, 46 N. Y. 42 ; Krebs v. Doa^^, 9 Wis. 10; 

Cooke V. Spears, 2 Cat. 412 , State v. Merriman, 6 Wis. 14; State v. 

Dousman, 28 Wis. 541 ; State v. Hilmantel, 21 Wis. 567; Weaver ?/. 

Lapsley, 43 Ala. 224 ; The Belfast v. Boon, 41 Ala. 50 ; State v. 

Mead, 71 Mo. 266; ex parte Jordan^ 94 U. S. 248; Montague v. 

Smith, 17 Q. B. 690; Phelps v. Fadden, 125 Mass. 200; U. S. 

V. Hodson, 10 Wall. 395; French v. Edwards, 13 Wall. 506; 
* People V. Board of Assessors, 39 N. Y. 81 ; The China, 7 Wall. 53 ; 

Buck V. Dangenbecker, 8 Vroom, 359; Howard v. Blackford, Penn. 

777; Davison v. Davison, 2Harr. 169; Profis v. Jones, 7 Vroom, 

206; Smith V. Noe, 30 Ind. 117; Brooks v. Cock, 3 Ad. & El. 141 ; 

State V. Johnson, 26 Ark. 281 ; Morris v. People, 3 Denio, 381 ; 

Butler V. Craig, 27 Miss. 628. 

and will release. In deed. Thomas v. Gourtnay, i B. & Aid. 8. 

be. In statute. Doe v. Page, 5 Q. B. 767. 

be appraised. Eaton v. Stone, 7 Mass. 315. 

be completed. In statute. York, etc., R. Co. v. Queen, i El. 

& Bl. 863. 

become. Com. v. Dracut, 8 Gray, 457. 

be given. In statute. Rutherford v. Greene, 2 Wheat. 196. 

have. In statute. Jackson v. Chapman, 3 Cow. 390. 

have delivered. In statute. Brooks v, Bockett, 9 Q. B. 855. 

have levied. In statute. Whedon v. Gorham, 38' Conn. 411 ; 

Norris v. Sullivan, 47 Conn. 475. 
not. Parker z/. U. S., 2 Wash. C. C. 361. 

SHAM. answer. People v. McCumber, 18 N. Y. 315 ; Keifer v. Thomas, 

6 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 42. 

SHAPE. or configuration. In statute. Rogers v. Driver, 16 Q. B. 103. 

8HABB. In statute. McMurphy v. Coolbaugh, 49 111. 110. 

In will. Taylor v. Taylor, 23 Conn. 584 ; Parsons v. Lyman, 4 Bradf. 

268 ; Nottebeck v. Astor, 13 N. Y. 98 ; Genet v. Beekman, 27 Barb. 

371 ; Wood V. Denny, i Biss. 75. 
and share alike. In will. Orper/. Frost, i B. & C. 646 ; Prov- 

enchere's Estate, i Leg. Gaz. Rep. 68 ; Gilpin v. Hollingsworth. 

3 Md. 190. 

in the distribution of assets. In statute. Re Bigelow, 2 Ben. 

487. 
SHABBHOLDEB. Barley?/. Provident Life Association, i C. B. (N. S.) 557 : Wolver- 

ton Water Works v. Hawkesford, 6 C. B. (N. S.) 337 ; Williams v. 

Anglo-California Co., 18 Q. R 728 ; Stewart v. Anglo-California 

Co., 18 Q. B. 737 ; Revere v. Boston, 123 Mass. 375 ; Davis v. 

Stevens, 17 Blatchf. 260 ; Deposit Ins. Co. v. Ayscough, 6 El. & Bl. 

763 ; Burke v. Lechmerer, 6 Q. B. 297 ; Portal v. Emmens, i C. P. 

Div. 201 ; Burke v. Lechmerer, L. R., 6 Q. B. 297. 
SHABBHOLDEBS. In statute. Farmer v. Giles, 5 Hurl. & N. 760 ; Laing v. Hurley. 

loi 111. 591. 
any . In statute. Nixon v. Brownlow, 3 Hurl. & N. 687. 



■-'t-iMP*"**"-^ 



Biiiliiiai ?=^ 



HOLDERS. 



%. 5 Cow. 269 

ilroad Co. v. 

Id. 42 ; Whit- 
i- 

, 9 Wis. 10; 
s. 14 ; State v. 
67; Weaver V. 
50 ; State v. 

Montague v. 
200; U. S. 
3 Wall. S06; 
la, 7 Wall. 53 ; 
ickford, Penn. 
nes, 7 Vroom, 
Ad. & El. 141 ; 
3 Denio, 381 ; 

, I B. & Aid. 8. 



'. Queen, i El. 



i^heat. 196. 
90. 

9 Q. B. 8ss. 
i8' Conn. 411 ; 



ifer V. Thomas, 
16 Q. B. 103. 

yman, 4 Bradf. 
cman, 27 Barb. 

C. 646 ; Prov- 
lollingsworth. 

igelow, 2 Ben. 

5S7 : Wolver- 
; Williams v. 

iglo-Caiifornia 

\^^ ; Davis v. 

3:h, 6E1. &B1. 

nnens, i C. P. 

ling V. Burley, 
\. 687. 



SHARES. 



8HABES. 



327 



SHIPS. 



SHABINO. 

8HABX. 

8HABP. 

SHAVE. 

sHAvnro. 

SHED* 






SHEEPSKINS. 
SHERIFF. 



People V. Comm'rs of Taxes, 35 N. Y. 423. 
In contract. Tempest v. Kilner, 3 C- B. 249. 
In indictment. Rex v. Mott, ^ C. & P. 521. 

In statute. Van Syke v. State, 23 Wis. 655 ; Harrison v. Vines, 46 
Tex. 15. ^ 

in a railway. In will. Morrice v. Aylmer, L. R., 7 H. L. 717. 

of profits. Kilshaw v. Jukes, 3 B. & S. 861. 

land . Sensenderfer v. Neale, 66 Mo. 669. 

dangerous weapon. In statute. People v. Cavanagh, 62 How. 

Pr. 188. 

In libel. Stone v. Cooper, 2 Denio, 293. 

In libel. Stone v. Cooper, 2 Denio, 293. 

In indictment. Reg. v. Amos, 2 Denison C. C. 65 ; 5 Cox C. C. 222; 
Reg. V. Coolpy, 2 M. & R. 475. 

In indictment. McCuUy's case, 2 Lewin C. C. 272 ; Reg. v. Barran, 
I Jebb, 245 ; Rex v. Loom, i Moody, 160. 

In statute. Wright v. Pearson, 10 B. & S. 726. 
In statute. Da Forest z/. Lawrence, 13 How. 274. 

Skinner v. White, 9 N. H. 204. 

In statute. Worsley v. R. Co., 16 Q« B. 540; Hume v. Norris, 5 
Oregon, 478 ; DeWit v. Decker, 9 N. J. (L.) 148. 

of St Louis county. In note. Powell v. Morrison, 58 Mo. 244. 

is interested. In statute. Hardwick v. Jones, 65 Mo. 54. 

SHEW. In statute. Clark v. Denton, i B. & Ad. loa. 

SULN PL ASTEB. Madison Ins. Co. v. Forsythe, 2 Ind. 483. 

SHIP. In insurance policy. Hood v. Manhattan Fire Ins. Co., 11 N. Y. 533. 

In statute. Ex parte Ferguson, L. R., 6 Q. B. 280; Blanford v. Morri- 
son, 15 Q. B, 730; Pendleton v. Franklin, 7 N. "V. 508; Swift v. 
Brownell, i Holmes, 467 ; The Ontario, 2 Lowell, 40 ; The Floating 
Elevator, 8 Ben. 556 ;' U. S. v. McArdle, 2 Sawyer, 367; The Mac, 4^ 
L. T. (N. S.) 907. 

" and her appurtenances. In statute. Gale v. Laurie, 5 B. & C. 

163. 

of the United States. In indictment. U. S. v. Howard, 3 Sum- 
ner, 18. 

of war. The Wilson, i Brock. 423. 

or vessel. In statute. The Nithsdale, 1 5 U. C. L. J. (N. S.) 268. 

American or vesseL In statute. U. S. v. Rogers, 3 Sumner, ' 

343- 
said . In contract. Heard v; Holman, 16 C. B. (N. S.) 2. 

SHIP-OHANDLEBY. In statute. Weaver v. The Owens, i Wall. Jr. 359. 

SHIPMENT. Bowles v. Shand, 2 App. Cas. 455. 

SHIPPED. In contract. Middleton v. Ballingall, i Cal. 417 ; Bowles v. Shand, 2 

App. Cas. 455- 
SHIPPER. In statute. Ribble Nav. Co. v. Hargreaves, 17 C. B. 385 ; New York 

Cent. R. Co. v. Fraloff, 100 U. S. 24. 
SHIPPINO. documents. In contract. Tamoaca v. Lucas, i B. & S. 185 ; 3 

B. & S. 89. 
SHIPS. or veMels. In statute. Jones v. Coal Barges, 3 Wall. Jr. S3 : 



SHIPS. 



328 



SHORT. 



8HIFS — Continued. 

U. S, V. An open Boat, 5 Mason, 120 ; U. S. v. An open Boat, 5 
; Mason, 232 ; Birbeck v. Hoboken Ferry Boats, 17 Johns. 54; Man)' 

V. Noyes, 5 Hill, 34 ; Hicks v. Williams, 17 Barb. 523 ; Farmers De- 
, light V. Lawrence, 5 Wend. 564. 

one of her Majesty's . In statute. The Cyhele, 2 Prob. Div. 

224. 

SHIP-TABD. In insurance policy. Webb v. National Fire Ins. Co., 2 Sandf. 497. 

S H l ltRED . or corrugated goods. In contract. Goodyearw. Cary, ^Blatcaf- 

271. 

of wheat. DenbowT/. State, 18 Ohio, 11. 
at. In statute. State v. Vaughn, 26 Mo. 30. 



SHOCK. 
SHOOT. 
SHOOrXNG. 



SHOP. 



8HOBB. 



SHOBB8. 



BHOKT. 



exolusive right of fishing and sporting over said farm. 

Jeffreyes v. Evans, 19 C. B. (N. S.) 262. 
In bond. Dunham v. Gannett, 124 Mass. iji ; 126 Mass. 151. 
In indictment. Sparrenberger v. State, 53 Ala. 481 ; Com. v. Riggs. 

14 Gray, 376 ; Ashworth v. Heyworth, 10 B. S. 314 ; Fearon v. 

Mitchell, L. R., 7 Q. B. 690. 

In statute. Wiltshire v. Willett, 11 C. B. 243 ; Ashworth v. Heyworth, 
L. R., 4 Q. B. 317; Sparrenberger v. State, 53 Ala. 481 ; re Greek. 3 
B. & S. 4f 9 ; Queen v. Manning, L. R., i 0. C. R. 340 ; Barth v. 
State, 18 Conn. 432 ; Pope v. Whalley, 6 B. & S. 312 ; Com. v. 
Annis, 15 Gray, 169; State?/. Carver, 5 Day, 131 ; State v. Bailey, 
10 Conn. 144 ; Dunham v. Gannett, 126 Mass. 151 ; State v. Carrier, 
SDay, 151. 

- — attached to and being part of any dwelling-house. In 
statute. Wiltshire v. Baker, 1 1 C. B. (N. S.) 237 ; Wiltshire v. Wil- 
lett, II 0. B. (N. S.)24o. 

or store. In statute. State v. Caney, 19 N. H. 135. 

store, or warehouse. In statute. Wilson v. State, 24 Conn. 57; 

Hathaway v. Wilson, 123 Mass. 359 ; Storer v. Freeman, 6 Mass. 435 

(4 Am. Dec. 1 55) ; Bell v. Gough, 23 N. J. (L.) 624. 
In deed. Mather v. Chapman, 40 Conn. 382 ; Storer v. Freeman, 6 

Mass. 435 ; State v. Hudson Tunnel R. Co., 38 N. J. (L.) 548. 
of the river. In deed. McCulIough v. Wainwright, 14 Pa. St. 171 ; 

Child V. Starr, 4 Hill, 369 ; Yates v. Van De Bogert, 56 N. Y. 526 ; 

Bradford v. Cressy, 45 Me. 9. 

■«» Storer v. Freeman, 6 Mass. 439 ; Martin v. O'Brien, 34 

Miss. 21 ; Cutts v. Hussey, 15 Me. 237; Teschemacker v. Thomp- 
son, 18 Cal. 21 ; City of Galveston v. Menard, 23 Tex. 349 ; Sale v. 
Pratt, 19 Pick. 191 ; Com. v. Alger, 7 Cush. 66 ; Doane v. Broad St. 
Association, 6 Mass. 382 ; Trustees of Brookhaven v. Strong, 60 N. 
Y. 56; Lovingston v. County of St. Clair, 64 111. 56; Palmer v. 
Wicks, 6 Johns. 133 ; Hodge v. Boothby,48 Me. 71. 

In deed. Ni!<;s v. Patch, 13 Gray, 254 ; Hodge v. Boothby, 48 Me. 
71; Hampton v. Kirk, 6 Hun, 257 ; Dana v. Jackson St. Wharf, 31 
Cal. 120; Littlefield z/. Maxwell, 31 Me. 134; Storer v. Freeman, 6 
Mass. 439. 

In deed. Scratton v. Brown, 4 B. & C. 503. 

privilege of the . In grant. Ripley v. Knight, 123 Mass. J'S- 

In contract. Appleman v. Fisher, 34 Md. 540. 
entry. Blaine v. Bourne, 11 R. I. 1 19. / 






SHORT. 



pen Boat, 5 
i. 54; Man)' 
armers De- 

Prob. Div. 

indf. 497. 
\ ^ Filatcaf • 



aid farm. 

51. 

V. Riggs, 
; Fearonv. 

Heyworth, 
re Greek, j 
; Barth v. 
! ; Com. V. 
V. Bailey, 
V. Carrier, 

oiue. In 
lire V. Wil- 



4 Conn. 57; 
Mass. 435 

•"reeman, 6 
548. 

»a. St. 171 ; 
N. Y. 526 : 

>'Brlen, 34 
f. Thomp- 
t9; Sale v. 
Broad St. 
ong, 60 N. 
Palmer v. 

by, 48 Me. 

Wharf, 31 

'reeman, 6 



ass. $15. 



SHOT-GUN. 

SHOT-GUN. 
SHOniJ). 



SHOW. 



SHOWING. 
SHYSTEB. 

SICKETE8S. 



SIDE. 
SIDES. 



SIDEWAIiE. 
SIDEWALKS. 
SIGHT. 
SIONATUBE. 



SIGN. 



SIGNED. 



329 



SIGNED. 



42 



In indictment. Edwards v. State. 27 Ark . 493. 

In statute. King v. Mayor, i B. & Ad. 316. 

In will. Hennessey v. Patterson, 85 N. Y. 100. 

be secured. Toner v. Taggart, 5 Binney, 496. 

U. S. V. Buffalo Park, 16 Blatchf. 189. 

forth in evidence. In statute. State v. Britt, 3 Dev. 122. 

public . In statute. Com. 7/, Gee, 6 Gush. 179. 

Spalding v. Spalding, 3 How. Pr. 297. 

pettifogging . In libel. Bailey v. Kalamazoo Publishing Go.,. 

40 Mich. 251. 

Kelly •". Ancient Order of Hibernians, 10 Reporter, 151. 

In contract. Burton v. Eyden, L. R., 8 Q. B. 295. 

In insurance policy. Newton v. Mut. Ins. Co., 76 N. Y. 426. 

In statute. Queen v. Inhabitants, 3 El. & Bl. 587 ; Queen v. Inhabit- 
ants, 7 El. & Bl. 796. 

no or disease. In insurance application. Ins. Co. v. Francisco,. 

17 Wall. 672. 

time of the last . In statute. Harrington v. Stees, 82 111. 50. 

on the of the road. Jenny v. Brook, 6 Q. B. 330. 

of any carriage-way. In statute. Easton v. Richmond Bd., L. 

R.,7Q. B.69. 

of the road. In statute. Marshall v. St. Louis * I. M* R. R., 51 

Mo. 138. 

of such road. In statute. Beckett v. Upton, 5 El. & Bl. 630. 

Porter v. Waring, 69 N. Y, 250. 

In deed. Porter v. Waring, 2 Abb. N. 0. 230. 

In note. Sturdy v. Henderson, 4 B. & Aid. 593. 

Troller v. Walker, 13 C. B. (N. S.) 35 ; Zacharie v. Franklin, la Pet. 
151 ; Chapman v. Limerick, 56 Me. 390; Stevens v. Ever, 2 Mete. 74. 

In statute. Holden v. Jenkins, 125 Mass. 447; People v. Chapman, 4. 
Park 0. C. 56. 

James v. Patten, 6 N. Y. 9 ; Miller v, Pelletier, 4 Edw. 102. 

In statute. Roberts v. Phillips, 4 El. & Bl. 450. 

did not - — . In plea. Holman v. Carhart, 25 Ga. 608. 

In deed. Stuart v. Dutton, 39 III. 91. 

In plea. Ricketts v. Harvey, 78 Ind. 152. 

In statute. St. Louis Hospital Asso. v. Williams, 19 r..'o. 600; North* 
cutt V. Northcutt, 20 Mo. 266 ; Catlett v. Catlett, 5. 'lo. 330 ; Viner* 
V. Clingfoot, 21 Ark. 312 ; Glason v. Bailey, 14 Johns. 484; People v. 
Murray, 5 Hill, 468 : Gurnee v. Chicago, 40 111. 165 ; Brumfitt v. 
Bremner, 9 C. B. (N. S.) 18 ; Baker v. Dening, 8 Ad. 4 El. 96. 

by the parties. In statute. Reeves v. Pye, i Cranch G. C. 219 ;: 

Atgenbright v. Campbell, 3 Hen. & M. (Va.) 144 ; Henry v. Root, 33 
N. Y. 526; Campbell v. Thomas, 42 Wis. 437 ; Oagger v. Lansing, 57 
Barb. (N. Y.) 42! ; 43 N. Y. 550 ; Bandes v. Amhurst, Firch Prec. in 
Oh. 402 ; Hawkins v. Holmes, i P. Wms. ^^o ; Selby v. Selby, 3 
Meriv. 2; Hubert v. Moreau, 12 Mor. 216; Hubert w. Turner, 4. 
Scott N. R. 486 : Bailees v. Ogden, 3 Johns. (N. Y.) 399 ; Anderson v. 
Harrold, 10 Ohio. 399; Barry v. Law, i Cranch 0. 0. 77; Wade v. 
City of Newbern, 77 N. 0. 460; Wheeler v. Newton, Prec. in Ch. 16; 



SIGNED. 



330 



SIT. 



w 

I 



SIGNED— Continued. 

S. 0., 2 Eq. Cas. 44, c. 5 ; Worrall v. Munn, 5 N. Y. 229 ; Farris v. 

Martin, 10 Humph. (Tenn.) 495 ; Lemayne v. Stanley, 3 Lev, i ; 

Warneford v. Warne"ford, Stra. 764 ; Gryle v. Gryle. 2 Atk. 177 ; 

Grayson v. Atkinson, 2 Ves. Sr. 454; Smith v. Evans i Wils. 313; 

Wright V, Wakeford, 17 Ves. 459 ; Morrison v. Tumour, 18 Ves. 175; 

Schneider z/. Norris, 2 Maule & S. 286; Wilson v. Beddard, 12 Sim. 

28 ; Taylor v. Denning, 3 Nev. & P. 228 ; Jackson v. Van Dusen, 5 

Johns. (N. Y.) 144; In re Field, 3 Curt. (Eccl.) 752: Saundersonv. 

Jackson, 3 Esp. 180; Com. v. Ray, 3 Gray (Mass.). 447; Lerned v. 

Wannemacher, 9 Allen (Mass.), 417 ; Vielie v. Osgood, 8 Barb. iy>; 

Davis V. Shields, 26 Wend. 351 ; Pitts v. Beckett, 13 Mees. & W. 

743- 

and sealed. In deed. Tubbs v. Gatewood, 26 Ark. 128. 

by the testator. In statute. Watson v. Pipes, 32 Miss. 462. 

aealed and delivered. In insurance policy. Xenos v, Wickham, 

L. R., 2 H. L. 296. 
WLOiSJSQt. tcova. the time of the judgment In statute. Galbraith v. Side- 

ner, 28 Ind. 142. 
SELE. In statute. Swan v. Arthur, 13 Otto, 597. 

glcves. In statute. Arthur v. Unkert, 6 Otto, 1 19. 

veils. In statute. Aitthur v, Morrison, 6 Otto, 109. 

. ' manuibotnres of . In statute. Abrams v. Bancroft, 3 Sumn. 384. 

soft or organslne . In deed. Elliott v. Turner, 2 0. B. 446. 

8II1EB. in a manuftMitured or unmanuflurtured state. In statute. 

Bernstein v. Bazendale, 6 G. B. (N. S.) 252 ; Davey v. Mason, t Car. 

& M. 46. 

wrought up with other materials. In statute. Brant v. Mid- 
land R. Co., 2 H. & G. 890. 

SILVEB. plate. In statute. Atwater z/. Inhabitants of Woodbridge, 6 Conn. 

223 (16 Am. Dec. 46). 

SnCIIiAB. importations. In statute. Ullman v. Murphy, 1 1 Blatchf. 358. 

jurisdiotion. In statute. Ghahoon v. State, 21 Gratt. 822. 

nature, package, value and quality. In statute. Southamp- 
ton Dock Go. V. Hill, 14 C. B. (N. S.) 243. 

ofibnse. In statute. Com. v. Fountain, 127 Mass. 452. 

— — pieces of gold or silver oounterfbit ooin. lu statute. Brown 
V. Com., 8 Mass. 59. 

goods of description. In statute. Greenleaf v. Goodrich, 11 

Otto, 283. 
8IMIIJ.TUDE. In statute. State v. McKenzie, 42 Me. 392. 
SIMULTAinBOTTSLY. King v. Werner, 12 Blatchf. 270. 



SINCE. 

smauB. 



BISTBB. 

SISTBBS. 

SIT. 



October 6th. In notice. Monroe v. Ackworth, 41 N. H. 201. 

and unmarried. In order. Queen v. Inhabitants, 2 Q. B, S4o> 

dwelling-house. In deed. Gillis v. Bailey, 21 N. H. 149. 

man. In statute. Silver v. Ladd, 7 Wall. 219. 

woman. In statute. Queen v. Pilkington, 2 El. & Bl. 54/. 

/» statute. Wheeler v. Clutterbuck, 52 N. Y. 67. 
In will. Wood v. Mitchell, 61 How. Pr. 48. ^ 
in any case. In constitution. Cock v. State, 8 Tex. (App.) 660. 



SIT. 



Iirns V. 

-ev, I ; 
177; 
|ls. 313; 

Bs. 175; 
[2 Sim. 
lusen, 5 
prson V, 
rned v. 
rb. 730; 
&W. 



SITES. 



331 



SOLDIER. 



SITES. 

sirrmos. 

SITUATE. 

srruATioii'. 

SIXTH. 

sEnrs. 
sKUTcunro. 

SLEEFINO. 

SUPS. 

SLIT. 

SLOUOH. 
SKITGOIiE. 
SNUFF. 
SO. 

soDomr 



son.. 
sojouHNura. 

SOLD. 



80LDIEB. 



In statute. State v. Jersey City, 7 Vroom, 166. 

Gird V. State, i Oregon, 308. 

Orr V. Baker, 4 Ind. 86. 

In insurance policy. Heath v, Franklin Ins. Go:, i Cush. 257. 

Buesching v. St. Louis Gaslight Co., 73 Mo. 219. 

day of the term. In statute. Wash v. Randolph, 9 Mo. 142. 

In insurance policy. Astor v. Union Ins. Co., 7 Cow. 203. 

In statute. Hardcastle v. Jones, 3 B. & S. 160. 

Pollard V. Lyon, 91 U. S. 225 ; Cochran v. Butterfield, 18 R. I. 115. 

rent. Jones v. Shears, 2 Harr. & W. 43. 

In statute. Thompson v. Mayor, 11 N. Y. 115. 

the nose. In statute. Rex v. Carroll, i Leach, 55 ; i East P. 0. 

394. 
Dunleith Bridge Co. v. County of Dubuque, 55 Iowa, 565. 
U. S. V. Claflin, 13 Blatchf. 178; U. S. v. Thomas. 2 Abb. (U. S.) 114. 
In statute. Venable v. Richards, i Hughes, 327. 
7» will. Giles v. Melson, L. R., 6 H. L. 24 ; Hall v. Warren, 9 H. L. 

Gas. 420. 
Rex V, Duffin, i East P. C. 437 ; Rex v. Reekspear, i Moody G. C. 342 ; 

Rex V. Cousins, 6 G. & P. 351 ; Rex v. Mulreaty, i Russ., C. & M. 

938 ; Rex V. Jacobs, Russ. & Ry. 331 ; Rex v. Jellyman, 8 G. & P. 

604 ; Rex V. Allen, i Den. G. C. 364 ; Com. v. Thomas, i Va. Cas. 

307 : Ausman v. Veal, 10 Ind. 356. 

Pretty v. Solly, 26 Beav. 606 ; Reg. v. Wood, 5 El. & Bl. 55. . 

In statute. Butter z/. Hopper, i Wash. 500; Henry r/. Ball, i Wheat, i. 
In affidavit. Hargreaves v. Hayes, 5 El. & Bl. 272. 
In contract. Russell v. Nicoll, 3 Wend. 122 (20 Am. Dec. 670) ; Phila- 

delphia v. Collector, 5 Wall. 720. 
Inplea. Staunton v. Henderson, i Smith, 54. 
and conveyed. In plea. Burpee v. Sparhawk, 97 Mass. 342 ; 

McDonald v. Campbell, 2 S. &. R. 473. 
but not removed. In insurance policy. Waring v. Indemnity 

Fire Ins. Co., 45 N. Y. 606 (6 Am. Rep. 146). 

— — or conveyed. In insurance policy. Oakus v. Manufacturers 

Ins. Co.. 131 Mass. 164; Dailey z/. Westchester Ins. Co.. 131 Mass. 

>73- 
or otherwise diapoaed of. In statute. Piatt v. Union Pacific 

R. Co., 9 Otto, 49; U. S. V. Watkin. 7 Otto. 219. 
or removed for aale. In statute. Lilienthal's Tobacco v, U. S.. 

7 Otto, 237. 

gooda ao . In statute. Atherton v. Newhall, 123 Mass. 141 

I have . In deed. Reaves v. Ore Knob Copper Co., 74 N. G. 593. 

shall be and conveyed. In insurance policy. Hoffman v. Ohio 

Ins. Co., 32 N. Y. 405. 

to be . Taylor v. Galloway, i Ohio, 232 (13 Am. Dec. 605). 

In statute.. Horton v. Leeds, $ El. & Bl. 595 ; Barker v. Cheslefield, 

102 Mass. 129. 
in actual military aervioe. In statute. Drummond v. Parish, 

3 Curties, 351 ; Leathers v. Greenacre, 53 Me, 561 ; Smith's Will. 6 



(f 



SOLDIER. 



332 



SOUTH. 



SOIiDIEB— Continued. 
Phila 



SOLE. 



£DI>EMN. 
SOLEMNIZE. 
SOLIOITOBS. 
SOLVENT. 



SOME. 



SON. 



SONS. 



SOON. 



SOONSB. 

SOBT. 

SOUND. 



BOUBOE. 



SOUTH. 



104 ; Gould V. Safford, 39 Vt. 498 ; Botsford v. Krake, i Abb. 

Pr. (N. S.) 112. 
In statute. Logan v. Bell, i C. B. 886. 
In will. Re Bailey, L. R., i P. & D. 628. 

and exolusive. Halford v. Bailey, 8 Q. B. 1000; 13 Q. B. 437. 

use. In will. Lewis v. Mathews, L. R., 2 Eq. Cas. 177 ; Smith 

V. Wells, 7 Mete. 243; Evans v. Knorr, 4 Rawle, 69. 

use and disposaL In will. Bland v. Dawes, 17 Ch. Div. 794. 

for her and separate use. In statute. Duechaud v. Berrey, 48 

Ala. 591. 

occasions. In constitution. 37 Mo. 135. 

Pearson v. Howey, 11 N. J, (L.) 12. 

In statute. Ex parte Liebenbauer, 14 Nev. 365. 

Herrick v. Borst, 4 Hill, 650. 
oredits. In statute. Alabama Gold Life Ins. Co. v. Lott, 54 Ala. 

499- 

means. Elfelt v. Snow, 2 Sawyer, 100. 

other good cause. In statute. Re Jackson, 7 Biss. 280. 

suit or action. In statute. Cooper v. Hubbock, 12 C. B. (N. S.) 

456. 

writing. In statute. McClellan v. McClellan, 65 Me. 500. 

In will. Le Haute v. Hobson, 5 B. & C. 903 ; Burrin v, Ch<irlton, r 

Man & G. 439; East v. Twyford, 4 H. L. Cas. 517. 

the ofB. In will. Sampson V. Randell. 72 Me 109. 

and daughters. In will. Jamison v. Hay, 46 Mo. 546; Smith's 

Case, 2 Desau. 123. 
In contract. Sanford v. Shepard, 14 Ka-i». iu, Waddell v. Reddick, % 

Ired. (L.) 424 ; Ubsdell v. Pierson, 22 Mo. 124. 

as as may be. In statute. Bently v. Ward, 1 16 Mass. 333. 

as as possible. In contract. Atwood v. Emery, i C. B. (N. S.) 

Ill ; Palmer v. Ins. Co., 6 Rep. 413 ; Hydraulic Co. v. McHaffie,4 Q*^ 

B. Div. 670, 
In insurance policy. Columbia Ins. Co. v. Laurence, 10 Pet. 507. 

if not . In will. Peters v. Carr, 16 Mo. 54. 

In statute. State v. Howard, 72 Me. 459. 

Bell V. Jeffries, 13 Ired. (L.) 356; Best v. Osborne, Ry. & M. 290. 

In contract. Hawkins v. Pemberton, 35 How. Pr. 376; Kiddell v. 

Burnard, 9 M. & W. 670 ; Margetson v, Wright, i Moore & -S. 622. 
and disposing mind and memory. Den v. Johnson, 2 South. 

455 (8 Am Dec. 610) ; Harrison v. Rowan, 3 Wash. 'C. C. 580 ; 

Stevens v Van Cleve, 4 Wash. C. C. 762 ; Lowe v. Williamson, 2 

N. J. (Eq.) 82 ; Hall v. Unger, 2 Abb. U. S. 507. 
— — discretion. Mayor v. Radecke, 49 Md. 217. 

mind. Lowdert/. Lowder, 58 Ind. 538. 

mind and memory. Yoe v. McCord, 74 111. 33. 

of the most southern branch of the Oconee river. In treaty^ 

Patterson v. Tcnks, 2 Pet. 216. 
(Jronin v. Richardton, 8 Allen,^424. 






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427. 
Smith 

794. 
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SOUTH. 



333 



SPECIAL. 



SOUTH — Continued. 

half. In deed. Prentiss v. Brewer, 17 Wis. 635. 

sea. In patent. Keyser v. Coe, 9 Blatchf. 3a. 

//{ statute. Rowe v. Smith, 48 Conn. 450. 
Chisholm v. Gergia, 2 Dallas, 419. 

of horses. In statute. Ames v. Martin, 6 Wis. 363. 

all I have to . In contract. Parker v. Pettit, 43 N. J. (L.) 512. 

In statute. Mayor v. Woolvet, 12 Ad. & EH. 13. 

act. In statute. Queen v. D'Oyly. I3 Ad. & Ell. 139: Cox v. 

State, 8 Tex. (App.) 254. 
and extraordixiary oiroumstanoes. /« statute. 



SOUTHEBLY. 

SOVEBEIQIV. 

SFAir. 

SPABB. 

8FAW1T. 

8PB0IA& 



Dockery v. 
McDowell, 40 Ala. 476. 

hail. Jack v. People, 19 111. 57. 

ease. In statute. Re Levy, i Ben. 508. 

oaseo. In cmstitutior . Ward v. Flood, 48 Oal. 36 ; Parson v. 

Tuolumne Co. Water Co., 55 Cal. 43 ; People v. Kern Co., 45 Cal. 

679 , Spencer Creek Water Co. v. Vallego, 48 Cal. 70 ; Benson v. 

Cromwell, 6 Abb. Pr. 83; Beecher v. Allen, 5 Barb. 169; Hall v. 

Nelson, 23 Barb. 88 ; Griswold v. Sheldon, 4 N. Y. 581 ; Frees v. 

Ford, 6 N. Y. 176 ; Kundorf v. Thalheimer, 12 N. Y. 593 ; Doubleday 

V. Heath, 16 N. Y. 80; People v. Main, 20 N. Y, 434 ; Arnold v. Rees, 

18 N. Y. 57. 
oiroumstanoes. In statute. Re Robinson, L. R., 3 Ex. 4 ; Wat- 
son V. Rodwell, 27 W. R. 265; Grant v. Bk., aO. P. Div. 431; 

Lowery v. Perry, 85 N. C. 135. 
oontraot. In statute. Bramston v. Mayor. 6 El. & Bl. 252; 

Peek V. North StaflTordshire, etc., R. Co., i El. B. & El. 960. 
damage. Shafer v. Ahalt, 48 Md. 171 ; Roberts v. Graham, 6 

Wall. 578. 
In statute. Griffin v. Sanborton, 44 N. H. 247. 
~ — deposit. Wright v. Paine, 62 Ala. 341. 
deposits. In statute. National Bk. v, Graham, 10 Otto, 699. 

law. In constitution. Hymes v. Aydelott, 26 Ind. 431 ; Streeter 

V. People, 69 III. 595 ; Hingle v. State, 24 Ind. 28 ; Toledo, etc., R. 

Co. V. Nordyke, 27 Ind. 95; ex parte Westerfield, 55 Cal. 550; 

Smith V. Judge, 17 Cal. 547 ; Montgomery v. Com., 91 Pa. St. 125 ; 

River Rendering Co.v. Bebr, 7 Mo. (App.) 346 ; State v. Watson. 71 

Mo. 470} State v. Tolle, 71 Mo. 646 ; State v. tihields, 4 Mo. (App.) 260 ; 

State t/. County Comrs., 29 Md. 516; County Comrs. v. Comrs.. 

51 Md. 457; County Comrs. z/. Meekins, 50 Md. 280; Statez/. Squires, 

26 Iowa, 340; Porter v. Thompson, 22 Iowa, 391 ; McGregor v. 

Baylies, 19 Iowa 43; People v. Wallace, 70 III. 680; People v. 

Wright, 70 111. 388 ; State v. St. Louis, etc., R. Co., 9 Mo. (App.) 

532- 
In statute. Cordova v. State, 6 Tex. (App) 207 ; Graves v. State, 6 

Tex. (App.) 228; Benjamin v. State, 6 Tex. (App.) 265 ; Handlinev. 

State, 6 Tex. (App.) 347 ; Lastro v. State, 3 Tex. (App.) 363 ; Bohl »• 

State, 3 Tex. (App.) 683. 

meeting. Cutbill v. Kingdom, i Ex. 494. 

or looal law. In constitution. Clarke v. Jack, 60 Ala. 271. 

power. In statute. Harris v. Harbeson, 9 Bush, 404. 



SPECIAL. 



334 



SPREAD. 



8PE0IE. 



SPECIES. 
SFECIFIO. 



SPECIAL — Continued. 

privilege. In statute. Ex parte Douglass, i Utah, io8. 

proceeding to enforce a penalty or fbrfbiture. In statute. 

People V. Cohocton Stone Road, 25 Hun, 14. 

proceedings. In statute. Hyatt v. Seeley, 11 N. Y. 52 ; Allen 

V. Partlow, 3 S. C. 417; Ernst v. The Brooklyn, 24 Wis. 616; re 
Dodd, 27 N. Y. 629. 

purpose. In statute. Queen v. Powell, L. R., 8 Q. B. 403. 

sessions. In statute. King v Justices, 2 B. & Aid. 223. 

term. In statute. Gracie v Freeland, i N. Y. 228. 

writ. In statute Ball v. Swan, i B. & Aid. 395. 

SPECIAUiY. authorised. In statute. Com. v. Ducey, 126 Mass. 269. 

SPEdAIiTIES. In statute. Frazer v. Tunis, i Burney, 254. 

SPECIALTY. Kimball v. Whitney, 1$ Ind. 280- Bank of U. S. v. Donnelly, 8 Pet. 

361 ; Seymour v. Street, 5 Neb 85 ; Randolf v. King, 2 Bond, 104. 
In statute. David v. Porter 51 Iowa, 254. 
Henry V Bank of Sal ina, 5 Hill 523* Trebilcock v. Wilson, 12 Wall. 

687. 

In note. Webb v. Moore, 4 T. B. Mon. 483. 

bull. In statute. Oil v Rowley, 69 111. 469. 

cause. In statute. Ryhope Coal Co. v. Foyer, 9 Q. B. Div. 485. 

denial. Gas Co. v. San Francisco, 9 Cal. 453. 

leg^acy. Dryden v. Owings, 49 Md. 357 ; Parker v. Moore, 25 

N. J. (Eq.) 228 ; Landon v. Astor, 3 Duer, 477. 

SPECIFICALLY. In will. Giles v. Melsom, L. R., 6 H. L. 24. 

devised. In will. Horner v. Shelton, 2 Mete. 208. 

disposed of. In will Roberts z/; Cooke, 16 Ves. 451. 

SPECIFICATIOIT. Lampton v. Preston, i J. J. Marsh. 454 (19 Am. Dec. 104). 

In statute. Wilson v. Coon, 6 Fed. Rep. 611. 
SPECIFIED. In statute. Page v. Ordway, 40 N. H. 257. 
SPENDTHBIFT. Morey's Appeal, 57 N. H. 54. 

SPHUTOUS. In indictment. Com. v. Burke, 15 Gray, 408 ; Com. w. Herrlck, 6 Cush. 

468. 
In indictment. State v. Clark, 3 Ind. 451. 
In statute. Com. v. Herrick, 6 Cush. 468 ; Com. v. Crawford, 12 Cush. 

272 ; Com. V. Gray, 2 Gray, 502 ; Com. v. Livermore, 4 Gray, 20. 
liquor. In indictment. Com. : . White, 10 Mete. 14 ; State v. 

Adams, 51 N. H. 568. 

In statute. Fritz v. State, 57 Tenn. 15 ; Com v. Herrick, 6 Cush. 465; 

Walker T/. Prescott, 44 N. H. 511 ; States/. Moore, 5 Blackf. 118; 

Caswell w. State, 2 Humph. 402; Smith v. State, 19 Conn. 493; 

State V. Bennett, 3 Harr. (Del.) 565 ; State v. Simmey, Winston, 108. 
liquors not otherwise enumerated. In statute. Dallet v. 

Smyth, 6 Blatchf. 421. 

of blood. In insurance application. Singleton v, St. Louis Mut. 

Ins. Co., 66 Mo. 63. 

SPOILED. lumber. In contract. Harris v. Rathbun, 2 Keyes, 312. 

SPOBTnrO. In statute. Nagle v. Brown, 37 Ohio St. 9. 

SPBEAD. any awning. In city ordinance. State z/. Cleveland, 3 R. I. 117. 



spmiruAL. 
spntirnous. 



SPITTINO. 



"SAD. 



vatutt, 

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SPMJNG. 



335 



STATE. 



Wall. 



SFBnra. 
SFUBions. 

SQUABB. 



SQUABES. 
STAB. 



STASIA 
STACK. 



STAGE. 



STAKED. 

STALE. 

STALL. 

STALLAGE. 

STALLION. 

STAND. 



STANDING. 



STATE. 




next term. In writ. Anderson v. Pearce, 36 Ark. 395. 

Kirby v. State, i Ohio St. 185. 

Methodist Church v. Mayor, 33 N. J. (L.) 13. ' 

In statute. Caldwell v. Rupert, 10 Bush, 179. 

yard. In contract. Louisville v. Hyatt, 2 B. Mon. 177. 

streets or places. In statute. Paul v. James, 1 Q. B. 833. 

In indictment. Ruby v. State, 7 Mo. 306 ; State v. Patza, 3 La. Ann. 
513 ; Wardv. State, 56 Ga. 408. 

or out. In statute. Rex v. McDermott, 1 Russ. <fe Ry. 356, 

stick or thrust. In indictment. Gibson v. Com. 3 Va. Cas. in. 

In writ. Lady Dacre's Case, i Lev. 58. 

Reg. V. Munson, 2 Cox C. C. 186. 

of straw. In indictment. Queen 7/. Satchwell, L. R., 3 C. C. 

R. 21. 

In statute. Rex v. Turner, i Moody, 339 ; Rex v. Newell, i Moody, 460. 

of wheat. Denbow v. State, 18 Ohio, 11. 

driver. In statute. Littlefield v. Leland, 8 Me. 185. 

play. In statute. Day v. Simpson, 18 C. B. (N. S.) 681. 

— — wagon. In statute. Queen v. Roscoe, 8 Ad. & Ell. 386 ; East- 
well V. Richmond, 18 C. B. (N. S.) 376 ; Comley v. Carpenter, 18 C. 
B. (N. S.) 378 ; Pearsall v. Tazewell, 19 C. B. (N. S.) 390. 

out. In order. Boston v. Richardson, 105 Mass. 371. 

claim. The G. C. Morris, 3 Abb. (U. S.) 164. 



Mayor of Yarmouth v. Groom, i H. & C. 103. 

Mayor of Yarmouth v. Groom, i H. & C. 103. 

Aylesworth v. Chicago, etc., R. Co., 30 Iowa,. 459. 

In city ordinance. Com. t/. Matthews, 123 Mass. 60; Com. v. Elliott, 

121 Mass. 367. 
committed. Young v. Makepeace, 103 Mass. 57. 

by. State v. Holloway, 8 Blackf. 45 ; Gatling v. Rodman, 6 Ind. 

389. 
tiding or being upon the platform of moving railway 

coaches. In accident insurance policy. Sawtelle v. Railway Pass. 

Ass. Co., 15 Blatchf. 316. 
loss of in society. In instructions. Barnes v. Martin, 15 Wis. 

346. 
twelve years . In statute. Digges v. Eleason, 4 Cranch C. C. 

619. 
In constitution. Hepburn v. Ellzey 3 Cranch, 445 ; Texas v. White, 

7 Wall. 700; U. S. V. Reese, 2 Otto, 215 ; Seton v. Hanham, R. M. 

Charlt. 374. 
In statute. Scott v. Jones, 5 How. 343 ; Re Bryant, i Deady, 118. 
constable. Com. v. Connolly, 97 Mass. 591 ; Com. v. Intoxicat- 
ing Liquors, 97 Mass. 63. 

institutions. In constitution;. Chalfant v. State, 37 Ohio St. 60. 

jail or penitentiary. In statute. U. S. v. Schroeder, 14 Blatcb*" 

344- 
of cultivation. In statute. Johnson v. Perley, 2 N. H. 56 (9 

Am. Dec. 35). 



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336 



STEAMSHIP. 



BTATE — Continued. 

officer. In constitution. Donohoe v. County of Will, 100 111. 106. 

offloera. In constitution. Re Janitor, 35 Wis. ^\o. 

priion. In statute. Martin v. Martin, 47 N. H. 53. Sedberry 

V. Carver, 77 N. C. 319. 
In verdict. Moore v. State, 7 Tex. (App.) 24 ! McCoy v. State, 7 Tex. 

(App.) 379 ; Harris v. State, 8 Tex. (App.) 90. 
the evidence and charge the law. In constitution. Connor v. 

State, 4 Yerg. 127 (26 Am. Dec. 217). 
taxes. In constitution. Youngblood v. Sexton, 32 Mich. 406 

(20 Am. Rep. 654). 

the testimony. In statute. Durant v. Burt, 98 Mass. 168. 

convicted within this . In statute, U. S. v. Barnabo, 14 Blatchf. 

74. 
out of the jurisdiction of any particular . In statute. U.S. 

V. Pirates, 5 Wheat. 184. . 

return into the . In statute. Smith v. Bond, 8 Ala. 386. 

attendants upon divine worship. People v. Tuthill, 31 N. Y. 

SSo. 
In statute. People v. Lee, 14 Cal. 510 ; People v. Strong, 30 Cal. 151. 

of fhcts. In statute. Essex Co. Bk. v. Russell, 29 N. Y. 673. 

Spalding v. Spalding, 3 How. Pr. 297. 

In statute. State v. New Haven, etc., R. Co., 41 Conn, 134; U. S. v. 

Phisterer, 94 U. S. 219; Andrew v. U. S., 15 Ct. of CI. 264. 
In statute. Comrs. v. Koons, i Col. Terr. 160 ; Comrs. Court v. 

Goldthwait, 35 Ala. 704. 

books of sister states* In statute. Bright v. White, 8 Mo. 422. 

against the form of the . In indictment. Rex v. Pirn, i Russ. & 

Ry. 427- 
In statute. Queen v. Bakewell, 7 El. & Bl, 849. 

of limitation. Battle v. Shivers. 39 Ga. 405. 

by virtue of the for the distribution of estates of persons 

dying intestate. In will. Sturge v. Great Western R. Co., 19 

Ch. Div. 444. 
In constitution. Pettyjohn v. Bloxom. i Houst. 594. 
and trade. In insurance policy. Company of Merchants z/. Ins. 

Co., L. R., 8Ex. 159. 
Bunnell v. Fiskfe, II Mete. 551. 
h indictment. State v. Mann, 25 Ohio St. 668; Green v. Com., in 

'Mass. 418. 
In statute. Alexander v. State. 12 Tex. 540. 
or take firom the mail any letter. In statute. U. S. v. Pearce, 

2 McLean, 16. 

plunder or . In statute. Pitman v. U. S., i Spragfue, 196. 

In statute. Queen v. Martin, 8 Ad. A El. 487. 

olatise. In insurance policy. Western, Ins. Co. v. Cropper, 32 

Pa. St. 351. 

debts. In contract. Moran v. Prather, 23 Wall. 492. 

In contract. Fraser v. Telegraph Co., L. R., 7 Q- B. 566. 



BTATBD. 
STATEMENT. 

8TATINO. 
STATION. 

STATIONEBY. 

STATUTE. 



43TATUTES. 



«TAY. 



STEAIi. 



STEALING-. 
STEAMBOAT. 



J3TEAMSHIF. 



tlmn I. 



STEER. 



337 



STONES. 



8TBEB8. 
STBBLIira 

STIOKB. 






BTBBB. In indictment. State v. Abbott, 3o Vt. 537.' 

beef . In indictment. Robertson v. State, i Tex. (App.) 31 J. 

In statute. Weasels v. Territory, McCahon, i.oo. 

In note. Sprowie v. Legg, 1 B. & C. 17 ; Picado v. Machado, 4 B. ft C- 

886 ; Taylor v. Booth, i C. & P. 286. 
Cincinnati, etc., R. Co. v. Dickey, 30 Ohio St. 16. 

BTIFnitATED. and conditioned. In agreement. Hennikerv. Watt, 8 B. & C. 31 $• 

STIPULATION. Hill v. Fox, 4 Hurl. & N. 363. 

in writing waiving a jury. In statute. Supervisors v. Kenni- 

cott, 13 Otto, 554. 
STOCK. Trask v. Maguire, 18 Wall. 391. 

In insurance policy. Spratley v. Hartford Ins. Co., i Dill. 392; Har- 
per V. Albany Ins. Co., 17 N. Y. 194. 
In statute. Ulverstone R. Co. v. Comm'rs, 2 H*. & C. 855 ; People v. 
Comm'rs of Taxes, 23 N.