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THE

AMERICAN REPORTS

CONTAINING

ALL DECISIONS OF GENERAL INTEREST

DECIDED IN

THE COURTS OF LAST RESORT

OF THE

SEVERAL STATES

WITH

NOTES AND REFERENCES

BY

IRVING BROWNE.

Vol. XXXV.

CONTAINING ALL CASES OF GENERAL AUTHORITY IN THE FOLLOWING

REPORTS:

63 ALABAMA; 8 BAXTER; 54 CALIFORNIA; 17 FLORIDA; 62 GEOR
GIA; 35 ILLINOIS; 69 INDIANA; 52 IOWA; 70 MAINE; 128 MASSACHU-
SETTS; 70 MISSOURI; 3 MONTANA; 10 NEBRASKA; 79 NEW YORK;
83 NORTH CAROLINA; 35 OHIO ST. ; 90 PENN. ST.; 9 TEXAS

(T. APPEALS; 14 WEST VIRGINIA; 49 WISCONSIN.

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SCHEDULE

OF STATE REPORTS FROM WHICH CASES HAVE BEEN SELECTED

FOR THE AMERICAN REPORTS.

The volumes of State Reports are in parenthesis, and the volumes of American Reports in heavy letter.. Alabama (44) 4; (45) 6; (46) 7; (47) 11; (48) 17; (49, 50) 20; (51, 52) 23;

(53, 54) 25; (55, 56) 28; (58) 29; (59, 60) 31; (61) 32; (62) 34; (63) 35. Arkansas (25) 4; (26) 7; (27) 11; (28) 18; (29, 30) 21; (31) 25; (32) 29 ;

(33) 34. Baxter (Tenn.) (1) 25; (2) no cases; (3, 4) 27; (5) 30; (6, 7) 32; (8) 35. Bush (Ky.) (7) 3; (8) 8; (9) 15; (10) 19; (11) 21; (12) 23 ; (13) 26; (14) 29. California (39) 2; (40) 6; (41, 42) 10; (43, 44, 45, 46) 13; (47, 48) 17; (49,

50) 19; (51) 21; (52) 28; (53) 31; (54) 35. Colorado (1) 9; (2, 3) 25; (4) 34. Connecticut (36) 4; (37, 38) 9; (39) 12; (40) 16; (41, 42) 19; (43) 21;

(44) 26; (45) 29; (46) 33. Florida (13) 7; (14) 14; (15) 21; (16) 26; (17) 35. Georgia (40) 2; (41, 42) 5; (43, 44) 9; (45, 46) 12; (47, 48, 49, 50) 15; (51,

52, 53, 54, 55, 56) 21; (57, 58) 24; (59, 60) 27; (61) 34; (62) 35. Grattan (Va.) (20) 3; (21) 8; (22) 12; (23) 14; (24, 25) 18; (26, 27) 21 ;

(28, 29) 26; (31) 31; (30) 32; (32) 34. Heiskell (Tenn.) (1) 2; (2) 5; (3) 8; (4, 5) 13; (6, 7) 19; (8, 9) 24; (10,

11, 12) 27. Houston (Del.) (3) 11; (4) 15. Illinois (51) 2; (52) 4; (53, 54) 5; (55, 56) 8; (57, 58) 11; (59, 60, 61, 62,

63) 14; (64, 65, 66, 67) 16; (68, 69) 18; (75, 76, 77, 78) 20; (70, 71, 72, 79, 80) 22; (73, 74)* 24; (81, 82, 83, 84) 25; (85) 28; (86, 87) 29,

(88) 30; (89) 31 ; (90) 32; (91) 33; (92, 93, 94) 34; (95) 35. Indiana (32) 2; (33) 5; (34) 7; (35) 9; (36, 37, 38) 10; (39, 40, 41, 42, 43)

13; (44, 45, 46) 16; (47, 48) 17; (49, 50, 51) 19; (52, 53) 21; (54, 55) 23; (56, 57, 58, 59) 26 ; (60, 61) 28; (62, 63) 30; (64) 31; (65,

66) 32; (67) 33 ; (68) 34; (69) 35. Iowa (27) 1; (28, 29) 4; (30) 6; (31, 32) 7; (33, 34) 11; (35, 36) 14; (37,

38, 39) 18; (40, 41, 42) 20; (43) 22; (44, 45) 24; (46) 26; (47) 29;

(48) 30; (49) 31; (50) 32; (51) 33; (52) 35. Kansas (5, 6) 7; (7, 8, 9) 12; (10, 11, 12) 15; (13, 14) 19; (15, 16, 17) 22;

(18) 26; (19, 20) 27; (21) 30; (22) 31; (23) 83. Lea (Tenn.) (1) 27; (2, 3) 31. Louisiana (22) 2; (23) 8; (24, 25) 13; (26, 27) 21; (28) 26; (29) 29; (30) 31;

(31) 33. McArthur (District of Columbia) (1, 2) 29. Maine (57) 2; (58) 4; (59) 8; (60) 11; (61) 14; (62) 16; (63, 64) 18; (65)

20; (66) 22; (67) 24; (68) 28; (69) 31; (70) 35.

• The hiatus in the Tllinois Reports arises from the fact that the volumes between the 69th and the 75th were published after the 75th and three succeeding volumes.

Maryland (31) 1; (32, 33) 3; (34, 35) 6; (36, 37) 11; (38, 39, 40) 17, (11,

42, 43) 20; (44) 22; (45, 46) 24 ; (47) 28; (48) 30; (49, 50) 33; (51) 34. Massachusetts (100) 1; (101, 102) 3; (103) 4; (104) 6; (105) 7; (106) 8;

(107) 9; (108) 11; (109) 12; (110) 14; (111, 115) 15; (112, 116) (17; (113) 18; (114, 117, 118) 19; (119) 20; (120) 21; (121, 122) 23;

(123) 25; (124) 26; (125) 28; (126) 30; (127) 34; (128) 35. Michigan (19) 2; (20, 21) 4; (22) 7; (23, 24) 9; (25, 26) 12; (27, 28) 15;

(29, 30, 31) 18; (32, 33) 20; (34) 22; (35, 36) 24; (37) 26; (40) 29;

(38) 31; (41) 32; (39) 33. Minnesota (15) 2; (16, 17, 18) 10; (19, 20, 21) 18; (22) 21; (23) 23; (24) 31;

(25) 33. Mississippi (42) 2; (43) 5; (44, 45) 7; (46, 47, 48) 12; (49, 50) 19; (51, 52,

53) 24; (54) 28; (55) 30; (56) 31; (57) 34. Missouri (46) 2; (47) 4; (48, 49) 8; (50, 51) 11; (52, 53, 54) 14; (55, 56,

57, 58) 17; (59, 60, 61, 62, 63) 21; (64, 65, 66) 27; (67) 29; (68) 30;

(69) 33; (70) 35. Montana (1, 2) 25; (3) 35. Nebraska (3, 4) 19; (5) 25; (6, 7) 29; (8) 30; (9) 31; (10) 35. Nevada (6) 3; (7) 8; (9) 16; (10, 11) 21; (12) 28; (13) 29; (14) 33. New Hampshire (48) 2; (49) 6; (50) 9; (51) 12; (52) 13; (53) 16; (54,

55) 20; (56) 22; (57) 24. New Jersey (34) 3; (35) 10; (36) 13; (37) 18; (38) 20; (39) 23 ; (40) 29;

(41) 32. New York (41, 42) 1; (43) 3; (44) 4; (45) 6; (46, 47) 7; (48) 8; (49, 50,

51) 10; (52) 11; (53, 54) 13; (55) 14; (56, 57) 15; (58, 59) 17; (60, 61) 19 ; (62, 63) 20; (64) 21; (65) 22; (66, 67, 68) 23; (69) 25; (70) 26; (71) 27; (72) 28; (73) 29; (74) 30; (75) 31; (76) 32; (77) 33;

(78) 34; (79) 35. North Carolina (65) 6; (66) 8; (67, 68, 69) 12; (70) 16; (71) 17; (72, 73.

74) 21; (75, 76) 22; (77, 78) 24; (79) 28; (80) 30; (81) 31; (82) 33;

(83) 35. Ohio (19) 2; (20) 5; (21) 8; (22) 10; (23) 13; (24) 15; (25) 18; (26) 20;

(27, 28) 22 ; (29) 23; (30, 31) 27; (32) 30; (33) 31 ; (34) 32; (35) 35. Oregon (3) 8; (4) 18; (5) 20; (6) 25; (7) 33 ; (8) 34. Pennsylvania (62) 1; (63, 64, 65) 3; (66, 67) 5; (68, 69) 8: (70, 71) 10:

(72, 73) 13; (74, 75) 15; (76, 77) 18; (78, 79, 80) 21; (81, 82) 22;

(83, 84) 24; (85, 86) 27; (87) 30; (88) 32; (89) 33; (90) 35. Rhode Island (8) 5; (9) 11; (10) 14; (11) 23 ; (12) 34. South Carolina (1 N. S.) 7; (2, 3, 4) 16; (5) 22 ; (6, 7) 24; (8) 28; (9, 10) 30;

(11, 12) 32. Texas (32) 5; (33, 34) 7; (35, 36, 37) 14; (38, 39, 40, 41, 42) 19; (43, 44,

45) 23; (46, 47, 48) 26; (49) 30; (50, 51) 32. Texas Ct. App. (1, 2) 28; (3, 4) 30; (5, 6, 7) 32; (8) 34; (9) 35. Vermont (42) 1; (43) 5; (44) 8; (45) 12; (46) 14; (47) 19; (48) 21; (49) 24;

(50) 28; (51) 31. Washington (1) 34. West Virginia (4) 6: (j) 13; (6) 20; (7, 8) 23; (9, 10, 11) 27; (12) 29:

(13) 31; (!4) 35. Wisconsin (24) 1; (25) 3; (26) 7; (27, 28, 29) 9; (30, 31) 11; (32, 33) 14;

(34, 35, 36) 17; (37) 19; (38, 39) 20; (40, 41) 22 ; (42) 24; (43, 44) 25, (45) 30; (46, 47) 32; (48) 33; (49) 35.

LIST OF JUDGES

DURING THE PERIOD COVERED BY THIS VOLUME.

ALABAMA.
ROBERT C. BRICKELL, Chief JUSTICE

AMOS R. MANNING,
GEORGE W. STONE.

CALIFORNIA.
B. F. MORRISON, CHIEF JUSTICE.

E. W. McKINSTRY,
J. D. THORNTON,
S. B. MCKEE,
M. H. MYRICK,
E. M. ROSS,
J. R. SHARPSTEIN.

FLORIDA.
EDWIN M. RANDALL, CHIEF JUSTICE.

JAMES D. WESTCOTT, JR.,
R. B. VAN VALKENBURGH.

GEORGIA.
HIRAM WARNER, CHIEF JUSTICE.

LOGAN E. BLECKLEY,
JAMES JACKSON.

ILLINOIS.
PINKNEY H. WALKER, CAIEF JUSTIOL

T. LYLE DICKEY,
JOHN M. SCOTT,
BENJAMIN R. SHELDON,
ALFRED M. CRAIG,
JOHN SCHOLFIELD,
JOHN H. MULKEY.

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