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to him. Mt. Adams & E. P. Ind. Ry.
dedication thereof to public use. Ib.
1. J. D. Y., for good con.
During their minority L. Y.,
only entitled to two peremptory
to the land conveyed that might be
Yoder v. Ford.
3. The title conveyed by J. C.
A court of equity is not a
Real property purchased with
The provisions of sec. 2253, R.
gestae, is not competent evidence for
1. On trial of one charged
5. From identity of names,
11. In considering the tenure
Executors and Administrators-Gambling.
is admissible in evidence and to be
1. A widow has the first right
2. The fact that she agreed
5: Marriage of a feme sole
7. Sections 6053-6059, R. S.,
merits, the same has been unequiv.
9. A formal indorsement of
Two persons being engaged
The provisions of sec. 5205, R.
Stills in a glycerine factory
Creditors charged with notice
Under sec. 4276, R. S., which
Gas Company-Incline Plane Railway.
The comsumer of gas becom-
A foreign guardian, in-
5. The due appointment, by
evidence of incom-
8. The use by a guardian of
any request by or agreement with the
12. Where a guardian re-
so re eived is
Under the legislation of
An incline plane railway
9. Care support, and nursing
INCLINE PLANE RY-Continued.
9. Sales, by the directors, of
stock in a railroad which had been
purchased with the funds of the road
be enjoined, where the sales are to
be at public auction and to the high-
'o. Where a certain prohibi-
tory ordinance has been passed by a
village, a persor keeping a saloon in
such village, before enjoining the of-
ficials from enforcing it, should have
under thc provisions of such ordi-
nance before he had anything done.
II. The plaintiff, a telephone
telephone system in a city at vast ex-
pense, using the earth as a return
circuit for an electric current, is en-
titled to an injunction against the
continuance of an electric railway
constructed ten year later under a
single trolley system, also using the
earth as a return circuit, and thus hy
induction destroying the use of the
telephone to plaintiff's customers
along the same street. Telegraph
Assn. v. Inclined Plane Ry. Co. 713
1. Insanity, when properly
made out is full and complete de-
fense to all criminal charges. Shar-
2. The burden of establishing
insanity of the accused affirmatively
to the satisfaction of the jury, rests
3. Where the defense is in-
sanity, it is not sufficient if it shows
merely, that such a state of mind was
possible; nor merely that it was prob-
4. The proof must be such as
to overrule the legal presumption of
sanity, and satisfy the jury that the
5. It is sufficient if the jury is
reasonably satisfied by the weight of
preponderance of testimony that the
accused was insane at the time of the
commission of the act.
6. The cocaine habit, produc-
ing hallucinations, which do not ap-
pear to be of a kind which influ-
enced the disposition of property,
may yet involve a
degree of un-
soundness of mind and impairment
of general faculties as to be fatal to
testamentary capacity. Underhill In
1. Where a lessor procures
Ib. procures insurance on his own fix-