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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-six, by

THE LAWYERS CO-OPERATIVE PUBLISHING CO.,
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, Washington, D. C.

Ree. May 17, 1894

E R. ANDREWS, Printer, Rochester, N. Y.

The members of the editorial department who have especially assisted in the preparation of cases reported in this volume are:

JOSEPH WHITMAN SPAULDING, Official Reporter of the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine;

WILLIAM S. LADD, Official Reporter of the Supreme Court of New Hampshire;

EDWIN F. PALMER, Official Reporter of the Supreme Court of Vermont;

ROBERT DESTY, STEPHEN K. WILLIAMS, CHARLES A. Ray, and PETER KEMPER, JR., of the Company's home office.

The Index has been made by ALBERT B. GUILBERT, of the Pennsylvania Bar, at the Company's home office.

J. E. B.

NEW ENGLAND

REPORTER.

VOLUME III.

Composition of the Courts reported, during the period covered by this volumu.

MAINE-SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT.

CHIEF JUSTICE,
HON. JOHN A. PETERS.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES,
HON. CHARLES W. WALTON,

HON. ARTEMAS LIBBEY,
Hon. CHARLES DANFORTH,

Hon. LUCILIUS A. EMERY,
Hon. WILLIAM WIRT VIRGIN,

Hon. Enoch FOSTER,
Hon. THOMAS H. HASKELL.

NEW HAMPSHIRE-SUPREME COURT.

CHIEF JUSTICE,
Hon. CHARLES DOE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES,
Hon. WILLIAM H. H. ALLEN,

Hon. Lewis W. CLARK,
Hon. Isaac W. SMITH,

Hon. ISAAC N. BLODGETT,
HON. ALONZO P. CARPENTER,

Hon. GEORGE A. BINGHAM,

VERMONT-SUPREME COURT.

CHIEF JUSTICE,
HON. HOMER E. ROYCE.

ASSISTANT JUDGES,
Hon. JONATHAN Ross,

Hon. H. HENRY POWERS,
Hon. WHEELOCK G. VEAZEY,

Hon. RUSSELL S. TAFT,
Hon. JOIN W. ROWELL,

Hon. WILLIAM H. WALKER.

MASSACHUSETTS-SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT

CHIEF JUSTICE,
HON. MARCUS MORTON.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES,
Hon. WALBRIDGE A. FIELD,

Hon. CHARLES ALLEN,
Hon. CHARLES DEVENS,

Hon. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, JR.,
Hon. WILLIAM ALLEN,

Hon. WILLLAM S. GARDNER.

RHODE ISLAND-SUPREME COURT.

CHIEF JUSTICE,
Hon. THOMAS DURFEE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES,
Hon. CHARLES MATTESON,

Hon. PARDON E. TILLINGAAST,
Hox. JOHN H. STINESS,

Hon. GEORGE A. WILBUR.

CONNECTICUT-SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS.

CHIEF JUSTICE,
HON. JOHN DUANE PARK.

JUDGES,
Hon. ELISHA CARPENTER,

Hon. DWIGHT Loomis,
Hon. Dwight WHITEFIELD PARDEE, Hon. Miles TOBEY GRANGER,

Hon. SIDNEY BURR BEARDSLEY.

*

* Resigned March 1, 1887.

+ Elected by Legislature March 2, 1887.

ERRATA.

NEW ENGLAND REPORTER, VOLUME 3.

99

Page 133, left column, linos 28 and 94, strike out “with Mr. William P. Sheffield,

Jr.," and transfer following brief to page 137, left column, after Mr.

Charles Acton Ives, for defendant." 268, left column, line 12 from bottom, for “1 New Eng. Rep.” read “ 2 New Eng.

Rep. 450."
335, left column, line 11 of head notes, and right column, line 11 from bottom,

strike out “them and.”
370, right column, line 13 from bottom, for “Miller" read “ W. Allen.”
371, right column, line 4 from bottom, for “ Grove” read “Gove."
374, left column, line 6 of head note 2, transpose “to” and “by.”
459, left column, substitute for head note 3 the following:

3. A judgment rendered against the

engineer of the present plaintiff in a
former action brought by the present
defendant for damages for injury to
his heifer, having been held on demurrer
not to operate as an estoppel of plain-
tiff in this action brought against de-
fendant for a malicious prosecution,
was not admissible in evidence on the
subsequent trialof this case as tending to
show that defendant had a cause of
action against the engineer of the
plaintiff in the suit in which it was

rendered.
508, left column, line 2, and 511, right column, line 20 from bottom, for dis-

allowed" read allowed.615, left column, line 1, for “debtor" read “creditor." 657, left column, between lines 8 and 9 insert “Messrs. Lucas & Jennings for

plaintiff, appellee: ” 725, left column, line 30, for “10” read “104.” 770, right column, 3d head note, irst line, insert "if" between “father” and “the;"

and, in second line below that, for “and is herself then” read “it is because

she then is." 772, left column, line 34, for “the mother is " read “if the mother is then," and in

next line for "and is herself” read “it is because she is." (Judge's change

since filing opinion.) 784, right column, line 6 from bottom, for “mortgagee” read “ mortgagor.” 820, left column, line 12 from bottom, for “ interpretation ” read “interpolation.” 846, left column, line 29, for "as” read “or." 867, left column, line 16, strike out“ 2." 918, right column, line 6 of head note 1, and page 920, right column, line 10, for

defendant” read “ plaintiff.”

If the reader will immediately make the above corrections with pen and ink he will

confer a favor.

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