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ried as his ordinary baggage, and there
i the railroad company, having to in
* responsible for the loss of the
ir contents.
come courts bold that where animal
ay receives for transportation propean

not bound by its contract with the
ransport as personal baggage, orto
ice, it must be considered to asie, 60
nce to such property, the liabilidade
rier of mercbapdise (Railroad care
ru; Sloman v. Railway Co. cup;
ers say that if it received the proper
b circumstances, as baggage, it wil ten
e therefor as a common carriers
pped from denying that it was in
Troad Co. v. Capps. 16 Am. & Eng.
: Minter v. Railroad Co., 41 Mo. ;.
Kailroad Co., 63 Wis. 100, 31.1.2
Troad Co. v. Conklin, 32 Kap. 33, :
i Butler v. Railroad Co., 3 E. D.
lroad Co. v. Berry, 60 Ark. 433,

It seems to us the latter viens
be better reason and weight of anime
hat as it may, the liability of the camera
and damage in transportation in eita

le same.

1 the case under consideration, the
Lahey, purchased for himself and bat:
isting of a wife and three saal
e tickets, which entitled him to Iri:

for himself and family and
gage over the railway of the deletedi.
I company, from Sulligent

, in less Dama, to Mammoth Springs

, in tbis de
vered to the company bis bagrase.
ained in two trunks and threr bir
shed over 50) pounds, and paid the s
the weight in excess of his barris
, and received checks for iba
's, which contained property of the
ription and value:
1 feather beds, 40 lbs. each, attam
pillows, 4 lbs. each, at 10 cta
5-five quilts, at $5.
e pair of blankets, at $.
e bed licks, at $2
double woven counterpants: 11
teen bed sheets at 30 cts.
ty pillow slips at 15 ct...
It dresses (ladies') $2.
tr dresses (children)
nir-tive shirts and under-
nty articles underwear. Festinato
ve pair of socks
aty-five yards cloth.
ir hone..
ting yarn.
e suits of clothing
pair of pants

cotton sbírts
pair drawers (gents)

Two pair shoes (ladies')

2 50 therefrom, in short, the peculiar circumstances Five tablecloths

3 00 surrounding each case," except as hereafter Eight hand towels.

2 00 stated, must be considered. Mote v. Railroad Co., One lot of pictures (photographs)

10 00 27 Iowa, 22. One lot of carpenter tools

6 00 In many places, especially in cities, transportaSeven books.

2 70 tion for baggage can be procured immediately Set knives and forks.

1 00 upon its arrival by railroad trains and steamboats. One clock

1 25 If such places be its destination, it is the duty of Six buckets and two flat irons.

2 00 the passenger to present his check, and receive it

on its arrrival by train or steamboat, or as soon Total amount..

$509 15 tbereafter as the checks can reasonably, under The trunks were of the aggregate value of five the circumstances, be presented, and the baggage dollars. From this description of the trunks and delivered. If he refuses or neglects to do so, the boxes and their contents, it is evident that the liability of the carrier is changed from that of an trunks and boxes must have been of a size very insurer to the responsibility of a warehouseman. much larger than was necessary to hold the ordi- Rotb v. Railroad Co., 31 N. Y. 548; Ouimit v. nary luggage of the number of persons entitled to Henshaw, 35 Vt. 605. transportation on three tickets would amount to. The passenger, however, cannot extend the It is bigbly improbable that the plaintiff would strict and rigid liability of common carriers as incarts with him such large trunks and boxes for surers by postponing the time of taking possesthe purpose of carrying such personal effects of sion of his baggage for his own convenience on himself and family as he was entitled to have car- account of its arrival at a late hour in the night, ried as baggage on three tickets. The effects or his own peculiar circumstances. In Railroad contained in the boxes was thereby packed in Co. v. Boyce, 73 Ill. 510, it was held that the fact such a manner as to indicate that they were not that a passenger on a railway is taken sick, and carried as necessary personal baggage to be used is given a lay-oyer ticket, so that he does not on the journey, but as merchandise would be reach bis destination as soon as his baggage, will when it reaches its place of destination. From not have the effect of extending the liability of all these circumstances, we think that the judge,

tbe carrier as insurer beyond what it would othersitting as a jury, as he did in this case, was au- wise be. thorized to infer that the company was put upon

In the case before us the plaintiff and his bagnotice, and given to understand, that the trunks gage arrived at Mammoth Springs, their place of and boxes contained more than the ordinary

destination, at 11:08 o'clock at night. There baggage, and that it accepted and treated the con

were no conveyances at the depot, or running at tents without regard to what they might be, as

that hour. They were in the city, “a mile's disbaggage, and transported them accordingly.

tance from the defendant's depot." The plaintiff, Railroad companies are responsible as common

although he saw bis baggage on the platform, carriers for the baggage of their passengers.

made no demand for it during the night of its arSuch responsibility continues until the baggage rival, but left it in the possession of the defendant is ready to be delivered to the owner at the place

who stored the same in its warehouse, which was of his destination, and until he has had a reasonable time and opportunity to come and take it

destroyed with the baggage by fire about 1

o'clock that night.
away. If it be not called for in a reasonable time
the company may store it in a secure warehouse,

According to the evidence, it appears that when it becomes a mere warehouseman, and is

plaintiff had a reasonable time in which he might, thenceforward bound to exercise the same care,

with the use of diligence, have received and reand no more, than ordinarily prudent men do in

moved his baggage before the fire occurred. keeping their own goods of similar kind and

There is no excuse given for his failure to do so, value. Mote v. Railroad Co., 27 Iowa, 22; Rail

except the lateness of the hour, and the fact that

no vebicles were at the depot, or “running” that What constitutes a reasonable time and oppor

night, by which it could have been removed. tunity for a passenger to remove his baggage is,

This merely shows that it was inconvenient for

him to remove it during the night. This, in the a mixed question of fact and law. When the facts are in dispute, the jury sbould

absence of a better showing, was not sufficient to

extend the reasonable time, within which the the law; otherwise, it is a question of law, and

plaintiff should call for it, to the next morning, the court should decide it. Railroad Co. v. Boyce,

so that, it not being called for, the defendant became liable for its custody as a carrier. “If it

was not the usual course of business for the deNo absolute rule on this subject can be stated.

fendant to deliver baggage immediately on the arrival of the train at that late hour of the night, or, if the railroad company detained the plaintiff's baggage for their own convenience upon the arrival of the train, such facts should have been shown by the plaintiff, and, if shown, might


road Co. v. Boyce, 73 Ill. 510.

decide under the instructions of the court as to


73 III

. 510; Railroad Co. v. Mahan, 8 Bush, 184; Roth v. Railroad Co., 34 N. Y. 548.

In determining whether a passenger has had a
reasonable time in which to receive and remove
his baggage, "the customs of the railway and of
the station, the manner of transporting baggage


luggage room, to which

virtue of.,
des that of warebouse tees, to ale

claim of leb
En damages for at beglect
7N 25, Ft. 8. & M. R.CO. F. lected by the w

cliedi, od
80 recovered
only bona ide


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vary the defendant's liability for the custody of rifled, is no greater than that of a bailee for hire, il the property. But we cannot presume such facts the owner of the truuk, who was a passenger, failed to exist." Quimit v. Henshaw, 35 Vt. 616.

to call for it within a reasonable time after its arrival The defendant company not being liable, as

at its destination. Coben v. St. Louis, I. M. & S. Ry. common carriers, for the loss of the baggage of

Co., 59 Mo. App. 66. Where a passenger's baggage is plaintiff, before he could recover on account

placed in the baggage room after it has reached its

destination, the burden is on plaintiff to show want of thereof, it was necessary for him to show that

ordinary care by defendant. Kahn v. Atlantic & N. the fire was the result of such negligence of the C. R. Co. (N. C.), 20 S. E. Rep. 169, 115 N. C. 638. railroad company as would make it liable as a Where a passenger demands his baggage on the arwarehouseman for him, which he failed to do. rival of the train, and is told he cannot get it until Reversed, and remanded for a new trial.

the following morning, the carrier is liable if it is de.

stroyed by fire during the night. Georgia Railroad Note.- Recent Important Cases on the Subject of & Banking Co. v. Phillips, 20 S. E. Rep. 646, 93 Ga. Liability for Baggage.-A railroad company is not

801. Where a carrier (received baggage for transporbound, as a part of its contract to transport a passen. tation, mistakenly 'supposing that the owners thereof ger, who is employed as a traveling salesman, to carry bad purchased tickets over its road, when in fact as his personal baggage a case of sample merchandise they had purchased tickets over another road, belonging to his employers; and where it receives it owed to the owners the duty only of ab. and checks such case without knowledge of its own. staining from anything amounting to willful or ership or contents, a part of which it afterwards wanton injury to their property while in its stolen from its baggage room without negligence on possession, and were hence not liable for its destrucits part, it is not liable to the owners. South tion, in common with their own property, caused

Kan. Ry. Co. v. Clark, 34 Pac. Rep. 1054, by attempting to run the train in which it was placed 52 Kan. 398. Sayles' Civ. St. art. 42586, pro- upon an unguarded bridge, which was, and long had viding for an allowance of baggage to each rali- been, so defective that it could not sustain such a road passenger, does not permit the passenger to take burden. Beers v. Boston & A. R. Co. (Conp.), 34 Atl. the baggage of another. Andrews v. Ft. Worth & D. Rep. 541. A common carrier is not liable for a loss of C. Ry. Co. (Tex. Civ. App.), 25 S. W. Rep. 1041. baggage occasioned by an unforseen and unprece. When a passenger brings baggage to the depot, to go dented flood, though the flood would not have been by a train earlier than that which he intends to travel encountered but for the carrier's delay. Wald v. by, and, on learning that it cannot go by the former, Pittsburg, C. C. & St. L. R. Co., 60 DI. App. 460. A leaves it for the latter, the railroad company is only railroad company's liability as common carrier, for s liable to him as a warehouseman if it is burned in the passenger's baggage, continues until a reasonable interval. Goodbar v. Wabash Ry. Co., 53 Mo. App. time has been allowed, after its delivery at its desti434. The liability of a carrier with respect to the per- nation, for the owner to get it, though it be delivered sonal baggage of a passenger, after it has reached its by the company to a warehouseman. Pennsylvania destination, is that of a bailee for bire. Nealand v. Co. v. Liveright (Ind. App.), 41 N. E. Rep. 350. The Boston & M. R. R. (Mass.), 36 N. E. Rep. 592. Where carrying of a traveler's baggage by a railroad cona railroad company safely transports the trunk of a pany constitutes a mere incident to its contract to passenger to his destination, and delivers the trunk to carry the traveler, and a recovery for the loss thereof the passenger, who takes out some of its contents, the will not be governed by rules applicable to carriers of company's duty as carrier ceases, and the fact that its goods. Talcott v. Wabash R. Co., 35 N. Y. S. 574,89 station agent consents to the retention of the trunk at Hun, 492. A railroad company is liable to a passen the station for the convenience of the passenger at.

ger for his personal baggage, but not for merchandise taches to it only the liability of a warehouseman. contained in his trunk, delivered to it by him, and acGalveston, H. & S. A. Ry. Co. v. Smith (Tex. Civ.

cepted by it simply as passenger's baggage, and withApp.), 24 S. W. Rep. 668. A railroad company which out notice to the company by the passenger that the receives as a passenger's baggage the trunk of a trunk contained merchandise. Simpson v. New York, drummer, with notice that it contained his samples,

N. H. & H. R. Co. (Sup.), 38 N. Y. S. 341, 16 Misc

. cannot escape liability for injury to the contents by

Rep. 613. Where the baggage agent of a railroad showing that they were not in fact passenger's bay.

company, at the time he receives the baggage and gage. Ft. Worth & R. G. Ry. Co. v. I. B. Rosenthal

checks it, bas knowledge that the same contains valMillinery Co. (Tex. Civ. App.), 29 S. W. Rep. 196. A

uable merchandise belonging to the firm for which person who, by the exercise of ordinary care, could have known that the checking of jewelry sample cases

the passenger is traveling agent, and receives it with. by station agents was prohibited by a rule of the com

out objection, as personal baggage, the company will pany, cannot recover the value of such case if lost.

be liable therefor as for ordinary baggage. Bowler&

Burdict Co. v. Toledo & 0). C. Ry. Co., 10 Oblo Cir. Weber Co. v. Chicago, St. P., M. &0. Ry. Co. (Iowa), 60 N. W. Rep. 637. A railway company receiving as

Ct. Rep. 272. In order to absolve a carrier from lisbaggage without knowledge as

bility to a passenger whose baggage was placed in the

to its character, a trunk containing a stock of jewelry, part of which was

baggage room on his failure to call for it on his arrival afterwards lost by the wrecking of a train, is liable

at his destination, and from that place stolen, it is pot only for safekeeping and delivery to the owner, on

necessary that the company show that the baggage proper identification, of the articles saved. Wunsch

room was absolutely burglar-proof, but only that it v. Northern Pac. R. Co. (C. C.), 62 Fed. Rep. 878. A

was such a place as a man of ordinary prudence would common carrier is liable as such if it receives, with

use for the storage of his own goods. Kansas City

, notice, more money as baggage than is usually carried

Ft. S. & M. R. Co. v. Patten (Kan. App.), 45 Pac. Rep. under similar circumstances. St. Louis S. W. Ry. Co.

108. When a person takes passage upon a railroad, v. Berry, 30 S. W. Rep. 764, 60 Ark. 433. The liability

purchases his ticket, and checks bis baggage to the of a railroad company, where its baggage room is

place of his destination, and such baggage arrives at broken open, and a trunk removed therefrom and

tapet to the Profession at Large.

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a due in one day is AD 28.

editors who were such at

the mortgage.--TRIGG V.

Interplader.-In an at

retion of the court to
nermine the ownership of a
128.-ECKLES 1. SNYSER, complainants bie

its destination, and is not, from any cause, delivered to such passenger, it is the duty of the company to

Abwices.-40 9 an action for the recoy.

maal, recovers the same, w of the Code, and by

withdrawal, hence were not free sbareholder that the availal) relief asked was


d, is no greater than that of a baleta na owner of the truuk, who W88 a parte Il for it within a reasonable time ulterior

destination. Cohen v. St. Louis, IL 59 Mo. App. 66. Where a passengers ed in the baggage room after it has seni ination, the burden is op plaintiff te shente nary care by defendant. Kaha v. Atas

Co. (N. C.), 20 8. E. Rep. 169, 133 re a passenger demands his bagage

of the train, and is told he cannet ette Ollowing morning, the carrier is liabk 186 ed by fire during the night

. Georgia Le oking Co. v. Phillips, 20 S. E. Rep

. ! Where a carrier (received baggage for eas , mistakenly 'supposing that the oven te purchased tickets over its road, when

had purebased tickets over sether wed to the owners the duty only ing from anything amounting to it on injury to their property all ssion, and were hence not liable for iki

in common with their own property, tempting to run the train in which it med an unguarded bridge, which was tal de

80 defective that it could not sestatus en. Beers v. Boston & A. R. Co. (Cook, 5:41. A common carrier is not liable for ge occasioned by an unforseen and

d flood, though the flood would not be ntered but for the carrier's delar, urg, C. C. & St. L. R. Co.,60 III. A ad company's liability as common caric. nger's baggage, continues until a ne has been allowed, after its delivery et de , for the owner to get it, though it be dil e company to a warehouseman. Peale

Liveright (Ind. App.), 41 N. E. Rep. die ng of a traveler's baggage by antral constitutes a mere incident to its per the traveler, and a recovery for the keer pt be governed by rules applicable to see Talcott v. Wabash R. Co.

, 35 L. 1.& 192. A railroad company is liable to

his personal baggage, but not for sa ned in his trunk, delivered to it by his

by it simply as passenger's baguest, an tice to the company by the passenger te contained merchandise. Simpson s. Ker & H. R. Co. (Sup.), 38 N. Y. 8. SL 13. Wbere the baggage agent of all uy, at the time he receives the bed!

it, has knowledge that the same cute merchandise belonging to the firekte

senger is traveling agent, and receitas ection, as personal baggage, the starten le therefor as for ordinary bagrage. t Co. v. Toledo & 0. C. Ry. C, 16 6. 272. In order to absolve a carrier du

a passenger whose baggage was plaels e room on his failure to call for it and estination, and from that place stalen de ry that the company show that the as absolutely burglar-prool

, but were

ba place as a man of ordinary predelo the storage of his own goods lineal

M. R. Co.v. Patten (Kan. App.) hen a person takes passage par ses his ticket, and checks bis head

than 0 years me the person in possestion,

coort of the corporate purpose, which being made by less than &

10 ind entering 69 ODOC INDEPENDENT LOAN & SAVINGS A88x., Md., 36 Atl. Rep. unanimous vote, is invalid ag inst dissenting stock.

tbe municipi

te of tbe person who bad 439. holders, though the right to amend its cbarter is re.

sed control toereol, and

public square 11. CARRIERS-Goods.-In an action for goods lost in served by the legislature, and subsequent to its Incor

must be (0)

32he possess on, I* 304 10transit, where the freight has beeu paid, the measure poration, and prior to the lease, a general act is passed

Ibe ose of the

J!SMI, 64, 38. E. Bep * of damages is the market value at destination, with authorizing any railroad corporation to lease its road


* -Order for gods.-A0 interest.-GALVESTON, H. & 8. A. RY, Co. v. EFRON, by vote of two-thirds of its stockholders; the grant of

9. DKKD Tex., 88 S. W. Rep. 639.

rent with laring falsely. leasing power not having been upanimously accepted

house cannot

inte a writing requesting 12. CARRIERS Passengers - Expulsion.-A currier

by the stockholders.-Dow V. NORTHERN RAILROAD,

* Landise to anotber, to be grautor, AD may expel a passenger who is drunk, and demeans N. H., 36 Atl. Rep. 510.

Bete to therety write an ondy on cord himself so as to interfere with the comfort of the other

21. COVENANTS IN LEASE - Insurance Money.-Lessees

penis one for the goods, I* a good "public eil 1 passengers.--EDGERLY V. UNION Sr. R. Co., N. H., 36

who have covenanted to keep the buildings insured

ZT-LIIT. SIATE, A1L, 2 boulb. OP PHILLIT Atl. Rep. 558. for two-thirds their value, the insurance money to be

ITER, S.N. 13. CARRIERS Passenger Negligence.-A person used in rebuilding, executed a trust deed of the prem

- Sell defense. - One Y. DEEDE who goes to a flag station on a railroad at which there ises containing a like covenant, the trustee having

el botter kan for the tion of is no ticket office, for the purpose of boarding a train,

notice of the lease. The buildings were insured for

i vurge wito toe wile of of a deed, ar is, upon properly signifying an intention to get upon their full value, the lessor having no opportunity to

*' a deadly weap(d, sith grantor that a passenger train which has actually stopped, entitled

select or approve the companies, and no part of the
insurance being made payable to him. Of a subse-

toe biosband il detected, to the rights of a passenger.- WESTERN & A. R. Co. v.

come by 101

T3, and who does so ude that it was lieta Voils, Ga., 26 S. E. Rep. 483. quent loss, only about five-sixths was collected: Held

also inconsiste 14. CARRIERS-Railroads Negligence.-There being

its of murder in the tbat, as it was the intention of all parties that the in

-, dla, 11 Soutu, Rep. 211 WRIGHT . WKI a spowstorm in the mountains over which a passenger

surance money should be used in rebuilding, the train was about to pass, it was not negligent for the lessor was entitled to the whole amount collected.

solen Goods. - Where

Rep. 75. company, in order that schedule time might be kept, NORTHERN TRUST CO. V. SNYDER, U. 8. C. C. of App.,

****:On of stolen gouds,

40. DISTRIBUT to make up the train with a snowplow ahead, and a Seventh Circuit, 77 Fed. Rep. 818.

le came by the same, i

bas been in tlanger behind the leading locomotive and between

22. COVENANT OF WARRANTY. - In an action of cove.

esis of the expladation was

presumed to said locomotive and the two locomotives which were nant for breach of warranty, if it appears that a portion

SAI, Tes , S. #. Rep. 613.

the fiuie of the real motive power of the train proper.- DENVER & of the land conveyed with covenants of general war:

mense. -The fact that there

Atl. Rep. 43. R. G. R. CO. V. PILGRIM, Colo., 47 Pac. Rep. 657. ranty was in the adverse possession of a stranger at

test between defendant's co

41. EASEX 15. CARRIERS OF GOODS-Contract of Shipment-Parol the date of the conveyance, and held by a paramount

2. deceased, in web de

tract of uning! Evidence.-A carrier cannot be held liable under a

title, the grantee in such deed will be beld to be

Me and made tbreats

the sea, con parol contract for the shipment of goods made by a

evicted on the day of the execution of said deed, and

- 1? This to the difficulty in wbieb

tbe tart itu connecting line, in the absence of anything to show the statute of limitations will commence to run against

Bot prevent is right to

and bounds, that the agent who made the contract was also agent the action from tbat date, and will be barred in 10

, itse of his brother tro te

the free use 45 of the defendant.--St. LOUIS S. W. Ry. Co. v. CATES,

years thereafter.-ILSLEY V. Wilson, W. Va., 26 8, E.

1 bis brotoer brougat on

front il at Tex., 38 S. W. Rep. 648.

Rep. 551. 16. CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS — Street Railroad-Neg.

23. CRIMINAL EVIDENCE-Conspiracy-Accomplice.

***ILITF. COMMONWEALTH, Wis., thereon, erret!

charge, uudist ligence.-It is the duty of the carrier to convey the A conspirator is an accomplice, whose testimony must

deed G gave to passenger safely to his destination. Any want of oure

be corroborated. – SESSIONS v. STATE, Tex., 38 S. W. on the part of the street car conductor, resulting in Rep. 623.

the gea: Huil,

Justification. - The injury to the passenger, will make his principal re


houses and u 24. CRIMINAL LAW sponsible; but to call a boy passenger to the platform

her parties to the agree

at any time, w mere use of opprobrious, insulting, or abusive lanof the car, about to reach his destination, the signal to

hufe & Sting to do wito

will not justify the pointing or

both by the he stop the car given, and the boy called at the right aiming of a gun by the person to whom such lauguage

couveyance. time, will not be deemed negligence of the conductor,

491. is addressed at the person using the same. Provoca charging the carrier with responsibility for injuries to tion of this kind does not stand upon a like footing of

42. ELECTION the boy by falling from the platform or car steps, the reason and justice with self-defense, or defense of

vides that, w! fall being due to bis own imprudence.-CRONAN V.

- SKINNER V. STATE, habitation, person, or property.

shall count the CRESCENT City R. CO., La., 21 South. Rep. 163. Ga., 26 8. E. Rep. 475.

correct the Terdict, and 17. CONTRACT

thereupon the Application of Payment.-A receipt

An indictment for 25. CRIMINAL LAW - Burglary.

0124 the panlabwent at im

mutilated, or signed by the vendor of lands, acknowledging the pay. breaking into the warehouse of an ice company is sop.

and that if the ment of money by the vendee "to be placed to his land ported by evidence that defendant broke into an

counted, conet credit, and balance to account," is a contract for the

apartment in the warehouse which was leased from

401-glars - Indictment,

have any do upplication of the payment, which cannot be varied the ice company by a brewing company. - COMWON

tuata person breaking

with the returi by parol.-JOHNSON V. JO.NSON, Miss., 21 South. Rep. WEALTI V. BALLARD, Ky., 38 8. W. Rep. 678.

to whether the 147.

26. CRIMINAL LAW – Burglary 18. CONTRACT-Rescission-Illegal Consideration.-A

30%, Duft toereol," or,

to render the failure of a person charged with a burglary which had

* Wale nouse, or other court of equity will not lend its aid to one seeking the

contest or otu been committed to satisfactorily account for personal

VED are kept, witb intent, quired by suct

and returned w reseission of an executed contract, when it affirma. tively appears, from the evidence introduced by the property recently thereafter found in his possession is

Bld, that an indictment plaintiff in making out his case, that one of the purnot a circumstance from wbich bis gailt of this offense

a ant did break and enter a poses which he and the defendant both had in view in

can be inferred, unless it appears that the goods in

Har al goods, etc., were kept, equity may be making the contract necessarily involved the violation

question had actually been taken from the house
which bad been broken and entered.-KING V. STATE,

at whether the building of a criminal statute, and a mutual intention on their

Ga., 26 8. E. Rep. 480. part to defraud and deprive a city of the revenue to

ter bed; and also under which it was entitled as a license fee for conducting a

27. CRIMINAL LAW - Carrying Concealed Weaponsretail liquor business, the sale of which constituted in Within Code, $ 1027, which authorizes, as a defense for

-24-fraudulent Representa part the consideration of the contract in question.

carrying a concealed weapon, that defendant "*** GARRISON V. BURNS, Ga., 26 S. E. Rep. 471. threatened, and had good and gufficient reason to sp

olland for notes secured 19. CONTRACTS IN RESTRAINT OF TRADE-Validity.-A

prehend a serious attack from an enemy, and that he covenant by a seller of a manufacturing business not did su apprehend," etc., defendant must show that he

1995 of the maker of the to engage in a similar business within 1,000 miles of the

actually apprehended an attack and an attempt to do

0322 agreement by the par

and on wbien they were place in which it was located, was upreasonable where

him great bodily harm.-STROTHER V. STATE, Miss., 21 the business sold did not extend more than 100 miles, South. Rep. 147. and there was nothing to show that such limit was

28. CRIMINAL LAW – Forcible Entry.- In order to con

on bich the potes were necessary to protect it.--ALTHEN V. VREELAND, N. J., stitute the offense of forcible entry, which section 339

at certain part of it, or 36 Atl. Rep. 479. of the Penal Code de tines as the violently taking pos

of the land bought of him. 20. CORPORATIONS - Change of Corporate Purpose.

session of lands and tenements with menaces, force, Where a corporation is chartered to construct and

and arms, and without authority of law," the entry

AUT. DARE - Acceptance.- A plainant. - SM operate a railroad, a lease of its road is a cbange of its must be accompanied by some act of actual violence

13-12-higdpal.-One of several

1 careement to steal berita Fredag a principal in the

7 1 3 5. W, Rep. 3.

- Correction.-Where the la strder, assesses the punish.

years instead of for lite, - Case of conviction it is


Sithin the curtilage of a

Possession. - The

W. Rep. 680. 43. EQUITY

takoder the first clause of the

Pantal or is not embraced in it.

2. Bep.ibh.

Petua be bad for fraudulent rep.

written by co her, where the fendant froin from complait Penn., 36 ALI I

44. EQCITY-I a transfer of co plainant, and that the stock one N, trustee, been induced transfer it to or not H's Cla that I was not bis interest in! assert it, would

* the notes did not pay a

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the grantee in such deed will be will
ed on the day of the execation of nes
tatute of limitations will comments to telp
iction from that date, and will be bere

thereafter.-ILSLEY V. Wilson, W.
spirator is an accomplice, whose testino
prroborated, - SESSIONS F. STATE, TEL.

CRIMINAL LAW - Assault - Justified.-

use of opprobrious, insulting, or ile
, without more, will not justify the pare
g of a gun by the person to whom such
dressed at the person using the match
of this kind does not stand upon a like ka
p and justice with self-defense, ar date
ation, person, or property. - SEIXSEE TE
68. E. Rep. 475.
CRIMINAL LAW - Burglary. - An indien
ing into the warehouse of an jee come!
t by evidence that defendant bruke
ment in the warebouse which was last
be company by a brewing company. -
ru V. BALLARD, Ky., 38 S. W. Bep. A
RIMINAL LAW – Burglary – Possessist.-

of a person charged with a burglars The
committed to satisfactorily account is
rty recently thereafter found in his
circumstance from which his gailt of 1
e inferred, unless it appears that the
on had actually been taken fros
had been broken and entered.IN
S. E. Rep. 480.

porate purpose, which being made byla nimous vote, is invalid agibst dieser

or terror directed towards the person in possession; ters, though the right to amend la cereris

Rod, consequently, breaking and entering an unocred by the legislature, and subsequest on

cupied house in the absence of the person wbo had ation, and prior to the lease, a generul este

previously been in possession and control thereof, and

who still claimed the right to the possession, is not in. porizing any railroad corporation to bez dictable.-LEWIS V. STATE, GA., 26 S. E. Rep. 496. fote of two-thirds of its stockholders tap Ing power not having been malmente

2. CRIMINAL LAW - Forgery --Order for Goods.-An

Indictment charging a defendant with having falsely, be stockholders.-Dow V. Norta la

and with intent to defraud, made a writing requesting 1., 36 Atl. Rep. 510.

one person to deliver merchandise to another, to be COVENANTS IN LEASE - Insurance Votes

charged to a third, with Intent to thereby write an have covenanted to keep the balling order from such third person for the goods, is a good wo-thirds their value, the insurance but indictment for forgery.-AGEE V. STATE, Ala., 21 South.

in re building, executed a trust deed die Rep. 207. containing a like covenant, the truth

3). CerMINAL LAW - Homicide -- Self-defense. - One ce of the lease The buildings were inart

who, when going to the bouse of another man for the fall value, the lessor having to opperne

purpose of having licit intercourse with the wife of et or approve the companies, and so ped

each man, arms himself with a deadly weapon, with rance being made payable to bim. Ut

the intent to take the life of the busbaud if detected, It loss, only about five-sixths was collected i

and if necessary to save his own, and who does so use as it was the intention of all parties team

it, and kills the husband, is guilty of murder in the nce money should be used in rebuilt

first degree.-DABNEY V. STATE, Ala., 21 South. Rep. 211. or was entitled to the whole amount este

31. CRIMINAL LAW-Receiving Stolen Goods.- Where THERN TRUST CO. V. SNYDER, U. 8.CO

defendant, when found in possession of stolen goods, oth Circult, 77 Fed. Rep. 818.

gave no explanation as to how he came by the same, a COVENANT OF WARRANTY.-In an setia ty

charge on the truth or falsity of the explanation was lor breach of warranty, if it appears tidig

erroneous.-GRANDE V. STATE, Tex., 38 8. W. Rep. 613. e laod conveyed with covenants dans

32. CRIMINAL LAW-Self-defense.-The fact that there was in the adverse possession dl 150

had been several difficulties between defendant's coate of the conveyance, and beld by a gun

defeodant, his brother, and deceased, in which de. censed used abusive language and made threats against his brother previous to the difficulty in which the homicide occurred, does not prevent his right to take deceased's life in defense of his brother from be ing conditioned on whether his brother brought on the last difficulty.-CROCKETT V. COMMOMWEALTH, Ky., 388. W. Rep. 674,

33. CRIMINAL LAW-Theft-Principal.-One of several persons who enter into an agreement to steal horses generally, cannot be convicted as a principal in the theft of a horse taken by other parties to the agree ment, he having refused to have anything to do with 11.-SESSIONS V. STATE, Tex., 38 S. W. Rep. 605.

34. CRIMINAL LAW-Verdict - Correction. Where the Jurs, on conviction for murder, assesses the punishment at imprisonment for 99 years instead of for life, as instructed by the court, in case of conviction it is proper to send out the jury to correct the verdict, and to accept another verdict fixing the punishment at im. prisonment for life. - CROCKETT V. COMMONWEALTH, Ky., 38 S. W. Rep. 676.

35. CRIMINAL PRACTICE - Burglary – Indictment. Rev. st. 1889, $ 3526, provides that a person breaking

und entering "any building within the curtilage of a dwelling house, but not forming a part thereof;" or, "ally shop, store, booth, tent, warehouse, or otber building," in which goods, etc., are kept, with intent, etc., is guilty of burglary: Held, that an indictment which charged that defendunt did break and enter a barn, being a building in which goods, etc., were kept, with intent, etc., was bad under the first clause of the statate, because it did not show whether the building was of the character there described; and also under the second, because a "barn" is not embraced in it.

STATE V. SOUTH, Mo., 38 S. W. Rep. 716. RIMINAL LAW - Carrying Concealed

Rescission Code, $ 1027, which authorizes, as

tions. - Rescission of a gale of land for notes secured

Fraudulent Representa. og & concealed weapon, that deled

on certain other land may be had for fraudulent rep.

Tesentations as to the solvency of the maker of the ened, and had good and sufficient nee Ad & serious attack from an entor,

notes, and the value of the land on which they were secured, notwithstanding an agreement by the pur

ebaser that, if the maker of the notes did not pay a ly apprehended an attack and an reat bodily harm.-STROTHER FORD

prilor mortgage on the land on which the potes were secured, be hiansell would pay a certain part of it, or

reconvey to the vendor part of the land bought of him. RIMINAL LAW-Forcible Entry --Landet

-INGRAM V. ABBOTT, Tex., 38 8. W. Rep. 626. the offense of forcible entrs, where Penal Code detines as "the violestrale

31. DEDICATION OF PUBLIC SQUARE – Acceptance.-A of lands and tenements with brand

publle square in a town or village, which for more ms, and without authority dla pe accompanied by some act of wat

apprehend," etc., defendant must have

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