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rules of the common law. Hough- | 16. The plaintiff shows a sufficient
:326 title to the note to maintain an ac-
tion on it, although he bought it by
fore the second trial of the action,
took up his own note by assigning
a judgment recovered in the action
itself on a former trial of it, (which
judgment was reversed and a new
trial ordered,) and notwithstanding
his vendors of the note and his as-
signees of such judgment are the
persons to whom the note was ori-
the purpose of increasing its availa-
ble means, took up a subscription
their notes for premiums in advance
the subscription not to be binding
no fraud being practised on the de-
$500 each for the amount of his sub-
scription, and he effected actual in-
surance to an amount for which the
L. & A., of the one part, and the was charged to him against his
thereto, took an open policy upon
which the premium considerably
exceeded the remaining $100, but
421 a note that the maker had with
others subscribed in advance of pre- sequently given his notes for the
substituting other notes, or other
.593 the face of the written subscription,
the defendant could give such evi-
produces several of the original sub- alleged no such facts, but only that
HUSBAND AND WIFE.
rance Company, under which the
1. Of Chattels.
id period of delay. Dibble et al. v.
were by other Insurance Companies
2. Of Land.
id given and intended as a mortgage
is recorded as a deed, (the writing
tion being in writing, whereby the strument and not recorded,) a bona
May limit their common law liability
as carriers of passengers by express
Special contract, by accepting and
using a free pass or ticket with
Vide MONEYED CORPORATION, 9.
3. Where a valid contract is made
Vide PRACTICE, title REFERENCE.
1. In an action to recover the pre-
5. Where, in such a case, an advance
security, assigns his account to a
6. Evidence of other cotemporaneous
3. A settlement "in full of an ac-
Vide PURCHASER OF CHATTELS.
VENDOR AND VENDEE.
MONEYED CORPORATION, 13.
1. In an action for taking goods by
veyance terminates lease.) ....619
STATUTES, CONSTRUCTION OF
1 Revised Statutes, 590, $ 6. Ef-
fect of transfer of stock pledged
2. Where a party who claims a bal-
Bosw.-Vol. V. 96
1 Revised Statutes, 591, 8 7.
Transfer to moneyed corpora-
1 Revised Statutes, 591, § 9.
Transfers by moneyed corpora-
1 Revised Statutes, 756, § 3.
Deed absolute in form, intend-
Vide CODE, CONSTRUCTION OF.
STATUTE OF FRAUDS.
Vide FRAUDS, STATUTE OF.
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS.
Vide LIMITATIONS, STATUTE OF.
2. One who receives such a certificate
Vide PLEDGE OF STOCK.
Purchase of spurious stock,.506
City of New York liable for damages
for changing the grade of a street
1. Of a bill of exchange transferred