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III. JOINDER, SPLITTING, CONSOLI-
DATION, AND SEVERANCE.
on contract held to arise out of same "trans-
v. Berwind-White Coal Mining Co., 127 N. E.
Causes of action based on misrepresenta-
See Executors and Administrators.
tion Law unconstitutional, as a regulation of
Maritime law governs rights of servant in-
jured in maritime work.-Id.
On 12 (N.Y.Sup.) Notice to nonconsenting par-
ex rel. Lentino v. Feser, 407.
I. NATURE AND REQUISITES.
(A) Acquisition of Rights by Prescription
Coll (N.Y.) Possession by mistake or inad-
vertence may ripen into title.—Belotti v. Bick-
13 (N.Y.) Elements stated.-Belotti
Bickhardt, 127 N. E. 239, 228 N. Y. 296.
(B) Actual Possession.
session.-Belotti v. Bickhardt, 127 N. E. 239, For review of rulings in particular actions or 228 N. Y. 296.
proceedings, see also the various specific top(E) Duration and Continuity of Possession.
1. NATURE AND FORM OF REMEDY. Caw 43(3) (N.Y.) May continue during posses-2 (N.Y.) Legislature may limit right of sion of different persons if chain of privity unbroken.-Belotti v. Bickhardt, 127 N. E. 239, People ex rel. Crane v. Hahlo, 127 N. E. 402,
appeal or review, even in pending litigation.228 N. Y. 296.
208 N. Y. 309. 43 (4) (N.Y.) Conveyance of lot held intended to transfer possession of building encroaching on adjoining lot.---Belotti v. Bick
V. PRESENTATION AND RESERVA.
TION IN LOWER COURT OF hardt, 127 N. E. 239, 228 N. Y. 296.
GROUNDS OF REVIEW. (F) Hostile Character of Possession. (A) Issues and Questions in Lower Court. ww68 (N.Y.) Deed or instrument not required On 173(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Defensive contention, when possession actual, and adverse claim oth- not raised on trial, not available.-Simpson F. erwise evident.-Belotti v. Bickhardt, 127 N. Atlantic Coast Shipping Co., 331. E. 239, 228 N. Y. 296.
Cow 173(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Matters pleaded in
lower court not available.-Seidman v. McAGENCY.
Cahill, 800. See Principal and Agent.
(B) Objections and Motions, and Rulings
Cro197(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Claim cannot be made
first on appeal that evidence was inadmissible
under pleadings.--Biggs v. Steinway & Sons, Cw68 (N.Y.Sup.) Certificates from Department 101. of Justice do not entitle enemies to naturaliza- Cam 205 (N.Y.) Court must be adequately intion.-In re Schuster, 357.
formed of purpose of evidence offered.-BonEnemies must obtain certificate before apply- sall v. Shiverick, 127 N. E. 475. ing for naturalization.-Id.
On 231 (3) (N.Y.Sup.) General objection to evidence sufficient, where evidence in any event
incompetent.-United Steel & Metal CorporaALTERATION OF INSTRUMENTS. tion v. Cateyenis, $79. ww30 (N.Y.Sup.) Whether indorsement was
E 232(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Objection to testimony on check when received held for jury.-Hoerst on untenable ground effective, if evidence not v. Forest Box & Lumber Co., 903.
competent.-Treadwell v. City of Yonkers, 675.
(C) Exceptions. ANIMALS.
Ow251 (N.Y.) Question of law not reviewable 2012 [New, vol. 20 Key-No. Series]
without exception.-McKellar American (N.Y.Sup.) Registry rule of association Synthetic Dyes, 127 N. E. 895, 229 N. Y. 106. held not to warrant cancellation of record for Oww263(1), (N.Y.) Defendant, who did not exfraud.--Cabana v. Holstein-Friesian Ass'n of cept to charge, cannot complain.-Greenberg America, 658.
v. Schlanger, 127 N. E. 896, 229 N. Y. 120. Registery rule of association held to author. Em 280 (N.Y.) Exception and request to ize rejection of records based on dishonest charge not necessary to present error in subtests.-Id.
mitting two grounds of liability, one unsupRegistry subject to cancellation on notice.-Id. ported. Greenberg v. Schlanger, 127 N. E. Registry not subject to cancellation on vote 896, 229 N. Y. 120. of objectionable officials.-Id.
Registry not subject to cancellation with- XIII. DISMISSAL, WITHDRAWAL, OR out cross-examination of witness.-Id.
ABANDONMENT. Registry subject to cancellation without Ca 805 (N.Y.Sup.) Abandoned appeal dismissregard to common-law rules of evidence.-Id. ed.-In re Atkinson's Adm'r, 780.
Registry subject to cancellation on ex parte statements and hearsay evidence.--Id.
XVI. REVIEW. Cmw 69 (N.Y.Sup.) Injury by wild animal kept in zoological garden under legislative author
(A) Scope and Extent in General. ity not actionable on theory of nuisance.-Guzzi Cam 864 (N.Y.Sup.) On appeal from judgment v. New York Zoological Soc., 257.
alone, appellant may claim that verdict was
against weight of evidence.-Neubauer y. NasANTI-TRUST LAW.
sau Electric R. Co., 20. See Monopolies, Cw13.
(D) Amendments, Additional Proofs, and
Trial of Cause Anew.
C888(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Testimony for injured
pedestrian, not within pleading, could not be See Courts, Cm 237; Criminal Law, 1066, made competent by amendment on appeal.1184.
Treadwell v. City of Yonkers, 675.
For cases in Dec.Dig. & Am.Dig. Key-No.Series & Indexes see same topic and KEY-NUMBER
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. Associated
vision is by divided court.-Woodruff v. R. H.
Howes Const. Co., 127 N. E. 270, 228 N. Y.
Om 1094(2) (N.Y.) Findings unsupported by
York Cent. R. Co., 127 N. E. 493, 229 N. Y. 33.
(K) Subsequent Appeals.
clusive on second appeal on same evidence.
Gutman v. Weisbarth, 688.
XVII. DETERMINATION AND DIS-
POSITION OF CAUSE.
it cannot be determined whether based on
ground of liability properly or improperly sub-
229 N. Y. 120.
trespasser, after reversal of judgment in his
appealed.-In re Schaefer's Estate, 732.
Cara I 182 (N.Y.) Appellate Division, reversing
finding of trial court or making new findings,
must set out such finding in its order.-Green-
taner et al. v. Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of
See Taxation, 376–422.
(A) Property, Estates, and Rights Assign-
C 19 (N.Y.) Contractual rights involving per-
sonal credit or confidence cannot be trans-
ferred.-Paige v. Faure, 127 N. E. 898, 229
N. Y. 114.
m46 (N.Y.Sup.) Assignment of wages to pay
ASSUMPSIT, ACTION OF.
181 (N.Y.Sur.) Lien cannot extend to two
separate actions.-In re Eno's Estate, 571. See Work and Labor.
A general or retaining lien may extend to any
number of actions.-Id.
Owl (N.Y.) Depends on possession and duty On 223 (N.Y.) Sheriff can sue to enforce chose to act, and not on contract.-Foulke v. New in action belonging to attachment debtor.- | York Consol. R. Co., 127 N. E. 237, 228 N. Y. Castriotis v. Guaranty Trust Co. of New York, 269. 127 N. E. 900, 229 N. Y. 74.
I (N.Y.Sup.) Purchaser of towel from em. Complaint held to show property was chose ployé in station held not entitled to recover for in action which could not be taken into pos- | loss of coat handed to such employé.-Fischsession.-Id.
man v. Sanitary Toilet Co., 809. Exemption of goods for which negotiable Cm14(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Judgment against bailee warehouse receipt was given is for benefit of for nondelivery of goods destroyed improper, warehouseman.-Id.
where plaintiff's counsel conceded destruction
without defendant's negligence.-Hale v. PlatATTORNEY AND CLIENT.
Om 14(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Counterclaim for damage See Trial, Cm109.
to automobile repaired by plaintiff held improp
erly dismissed.-Kendrick v. Rolle, 775. I. THE OFFICE OF ATTORNEY. em 14(4) (N.Y.Sup.) Turkish_bathing estab(C) Suspension and Disbarment.
lishment bailee of clothes in locker of which m41 (N.Y.Sup.) Preparation of bogus decree
bather had key.-Fischer v. Roman Baths Co.,
S90. ground for disharment.-In re Bunt, 434. 42 (N.Y.Sup.) Attorney for wife, who had 32 (N.Y Sup.) Measure of damages for imagreement for half of alimony, which he did not proper repair of coat difference in value before disclose, suspended.-In re Dangler, 471.
and after.-Prince v. Finkelstein, 160. em 44(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Attorney converting
On32 (N.Y.Sup.) Owner not required to acfunds of client disbarred.-In re Boughton, 440. cept part of goods from bailee in reduction of Omw 53(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Evidence held to estab: damage after trial.-Hale v. Platek, 750. lish attorney's preparation of bogus decree.In re Bunt, 434.
BANKS AND BANKING. m58 (N.Y.Sup.) Attorney for wife, who had agreement for half of alimony, wbich he did not III. FUNCTIONS AND DEALINGS. disclose, suspended.--In re Dangler, 471. Cart 58. (N.Y.Sup.) Attorney censured for speech (B) Representation of Bank by Officers reflecting on decision of federal District Judge. -In re Markewich, 653.
Om 116(2) (N.Y.Sup.) By reason of relations
with depositor, bank held to have constructive II. RETAINER AND AUTHORITY.
notice of defects in title of notes negotiated.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co. v. Pam, 824. Om 86 (N.Y.Sup.) Stipulations binding on clients.-Szunyog v. Kiss, 898.
Om 138 (N.Y.Sup.). Not liable for payment to III. DUTIES AND LIABILITIES OF AT-person intended, though he used fictitious name. TORNEY TO CLIENT.
-Strang v. Westchester County Nat. Bank, 41. Cow 128 (N.Y.Sup.) Complaint to recover mon forged indorsement, unless protected by estop
Om 148(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Liable for payment on ey covered by lien held demurrable.-Young y. Bijur, 803.
pel.---Strang Westchester County Nat.
Bank, 41. IV. COMPENSATION AND LIEN OF
Representing payee as actual person estops ATTORNEY.
depositor.-Id. (A) Fees and Other Remuneration. (F) Exchange, Money, Securities, and In
vestments. www 166 (3) (N.Y.Sup.) Burden of proving that attorney, procured contract for retainer by Cw188/2. (N.Y.Sup.) Bank's telegram that it fraud held on clients.-Hayden v, Purcell, 293. is remitting money does not raise contract.
Carpenter v. Sparta Savings Bank, 172. (B) Lien. 174 (N.Y.Sur.) As to attorney's liens, Sur
V. SAVINGS BANKS. rogate's Court in same position as other tribu-C301 (1) (N.Y.) Unwillingness or inability to nals.-In re Eno's Estate, 571.
protect itself by interpleader does not relieve Com 175 (N.Y.Sur.) Attorney who conducted a savings bank from liability to rightful claimant successful contest against probate of will has of deposit.-Scheffer v. Erie County Sav. Bank, no lien.-In re Eno's Estate, 571.
127 N. E. 474, 229 N. Y. 50. Cow 177 (N.Y.Sup.) Layman has no lien on Cm301 (5) (N.Y.) Donee of deposit can reproperty recovered by attorney furnished.-- f'over it from savings bank.-Scheffer v. Erie Sadden v. Sebring, 1.
County Sav. Bank, 127 N. E. 474, 229 N. Y. 50.