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and 140 New York State Reporter in fulfillment and rejected. — Tomkins v. J. & R. / and Laws 1900, p. 1607, C 751, $ 4, amending Lamb (Sup.) 6.

Charter 1897, Laws 1897, p. 394, c. 378, § 1091, *Where plaintiffs installed a power plant for a teacher of girls' graduating class in a public defendant under express warranty as to fuel school held entitled to salary of $1.440 nor aneconomy in its use, etc., defendant could keep num. Moore v. Board of Education of City of and use the plant with knowledge of its defects New York (Sup.) 983. and rely upon the warranty for protection. *School teacher after retirement upon pension, Ames v. Norwich Light Co. (Sup.) 952.

who was never removed or reduced in rank, held *In an action for the purchase price of a not compelled to resort to mandamus for rein. power plant, damages for a breach of warranty statement before enforcing her right to back as to fuel economy in its use, etc., were prop salary and pension to which she is entitled.erly pleaded as a counterclaim.-Ames v. Nor- Moore v. Board of Education of City of New wich Light Co. (Sup.) 952.

York (Sup.) 983. *A warranty as to stationary engines held not a warranty of the fuel economy of the engines when carrying any less load than required to

SECRETARY OF STATE. develop their rated horse power.-Ames v. Norwich Light Co. (Sup.) 952.

Authority to file articles of incorporation, see

"Corporations," § 1. *Certain allowance of damages to the buyer of a power plant on a breach of warranty by the seller held improper.-Ames V. Norwich

SENTENCE. Light Co. (Sup.) 952. *The measure of the purchaser's damages on

In criminal prosecutions, see “Criminal Law," a breach of warranty by the seller of a power

86. plant stated.-Ames v. Norwich Light Co. (Sup.) 952.

SERVICE. § 5. Conditional sales.

Of notice of the justification of sureties on an In a suit by a seller, on condition that title undertaking to discharge a mechanic's lien, should remain in him until the price was paid, see "Mechanics' Liens," 8 2. for the chattels for nonpayment of the price, a finding that he waived à formal tender of the price defeating a recovery held warranted.

SERVICES. Kindelberger v. Kunow (Sup.) 597.

See “Master and Servant," § 1; “Work and

Labor."
SATISFACTION.

SERVITUDES.
See “Compromise and Settlement" ;
ment."

See “Easements.” Of execution, see "Execution,” $_2. Of judgment, see "Judgment," 87. Of mechanic's lien, see “Mechanics' Liens," $ 2. SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM. Of mortgage, see "Chattel Mortgages," § 4.

In action for breach of warranty, see “Sales,"

4. SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS. Op deposit by tenant against claim for rent,

see “Landlord and Tenant," § 4. Ballots for election of school commissioners, Pleading matter of set-off or counterclaim, see see "Elections," $ 2.

“Pleading," $ 3. § 1. Public schools. *Greater New York Charter, Laws 1897, p.

SETTLEMENT. 404, c. 378, § 1117, operated to permanently protect teachers appointed either before or after See “Compromise and Settlement" ; “Parthe passage of the act in the tenure of their

ment." positions unless removed or reassigned for cause and in the manner provided by law.-Moore v. By executor or administrator, see "Executors Board of Education of City of New York (Sup.) and Administrators," $ 6. 983.

The mere acceptance and receipting for a SHERIFFS AND CONSTABLES. salary and pension by a retired teacher at a lower rate than she was entitled to by statute

§ 1. Compensation. held not a waiver of her right to compensation at the higher rate.—Moore v: Board of Educa- ular on its face held entitled to poundage, though

Sheriff acting under execution valid and reg. tion of City of New York (Sup.) 983.

the judgment and execution were subsequently Under Greater New York Charter, Laws 1897, vacated.-Bradley v. Blue Ridge Hosiery Mill pp. 392, 394, 404, c. 378, 88 1086, 1091, 1117, | (City Ct.) 1107.

*Point annotated. See syllabus.

Pay

SHIPPING.

STATES.
Recovery of money paid by mistake on master's Attorney general, see “Attorney General.”
draft, see “Money Received."

Courts, see “Courts."

Exercise of police power to control liquor traf-
§ 1. Master.

fic, see "Intoxicating Liquors," $ 1.
*The master of a German vessel consigned to Grant of franchises for use of streets, see “Mu-
New Orleans for cargo had authority to incur nicipal Corporations," $ 6.
necessary outfitting expenses and port charges Sale of liquor within certain distance of state
of the vessel under both the German and New

hospital, see "Intoxicating Liquors," $ 2.
York law.-Commercial Nat. Bank v. Sloman
(Sup.) 508.

§ 1. Property, contracts, and liabilities,
*The master of a vessel may delegate his and operate a dam as to wash out and destroy

*The state held to have no right to so raise
authority to the ship's brokers to contract for claimant's wall, built upon the shore of the
the outfitting of the vessel.-Commercial Nat. lake.-Fitzgerald v. State (Sup.) 620.
Bank v. Sloman (Sup.) 508.
§ 2. Liabilities of vessels and owners

STATUTES.
in general.
*Brokers to whom a ship was consigned for Laws denying due process of law, see “Constitu-
cargo held impliedly authorized by the owners tional Law," $ 3.
to purchase necessary supplies to prepare the Laws impairing obligation of contracts, see
vessel for sailing.-Commercial Nat. Bank v. "Constitutional Law," $ 2.
Sloman (Sup.) 508.

Provisions relating to particular subjects.
SIGNATURES.

See “Adulteration"; "Appeal," 88 2, 3, 5, 9;

"Assignments for Benefit of Creditors," $ 1;
To pleading, see "Pleading," $ 6.

"Attorney and Client,” $81, 3; “Bail," $ 1;
"Bankruptcy"; "Bastards," $ 2; "Bills and

Notes," $ 1; "Bribery"; "Bridges," 8 1; "Car-
SLANDER.

riers," $8,1, 3; Certiorari;". $.1 Chatte!

Mortgages," $ 3; "Contempt," $ 1; "Coroners";
See “Libel and Slander."

"Corporations"; "Costs”.; Counties,” $$ 1, 2;

"Courts," 88 2, 3; "Criminal Law," $81, 3,
SMOKE.

7–7; “Death," 8 1; “Depositions"; "Descent

and Distribution"; Discovery,” $ 1;, "Dis:
Municipal ordinances relating to, see "Municipal missal and Nonsuit," $ 1; "Divorce," § 1;
Corporations," $ 5.

"Elections," $8 1-3, 5; “Eminent Domain";

"Execution," $ 2; "Executors and Administra-
SPECIFIC LEGACIES.

tors," $8 1-6; "Factors”; “False Pretenses";

"Food"; "Gas”;. "Highways," 88. 1, 2; "In-
See "Wills," $ 6.

dians"; "Injunction,” $4; "Intoxicating Liq-
uors"; "Judgment," $86, 7; "Jury”; “Jus-

tices of the Peace," $ 1; "Landlord and Ten-
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.

ant," $8 3, 4; "Larceny," $ 2; "Mandamus,"

$ 1; "Marriage"; "Master and Servant,” &$ 2,
Bill of particulars, see “Pleading," $ 7.

5, 8, 10, 11; "Mechanics' Liens"; "Monopo-
§ 1. Good faith and diligence.

lies, [ 1; "Mortgages," $ 3; "Municipal Cor-
*Equity will specifically enforce a contract

porations," $81, 3-8; “Negligence," 8 1; "Of-
for the sale of real estate where the title of the

ficers," g'1; "Parties," $81, 2; "Partition,
vendor is good at the time of trial.-Hugel v.

$_1; "Paupers," $ 1; "Pleading," 88 6,_8;
Habel (Sup.) 581.

"Powers," $$ 1, 2; "Railroads,” $$ 1-4; Re-

ceivers," $ 1; "Schools and School Districts,"
*A purchaser in a contract for the sale of

$_1; "Street Railroads," $ 1; "Taxation";
real estate held not entitled to defeat specific

"Telegraphs and Telephones," $$ 1, 2;
performance.--Hugel v. Habel (Sup.) 581.

"Towns, $ 1; "Trade-Marks and Trade-
Plaintiff in a suit for specific performance or Names," $ 3; "Trial,” $81, 6; “Vendor and
return of payments held not entitled to relief, Purchaser," § 3; "Warehousemen"; "Wills,"
because of his delay and improvements by de- 88 1, 4, 6; "Woods and Forests."
fendant.-Woodenbury v. Spier (Sup.) 817. Statute of frauds, see "Frauds, Statute of.”
SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS.

§ 1. Enactment, requisites, and validity

in general.

*The unconstitutional provision of Laws 1880,
See "Intoxicating Liquors."

p. 872, c. 582, allowing a substitute for the

.consent of local authorities to the construc-
STATEMENT.

tion of an underground street railway required

by Const. art. 3, § 18, held capable of being
Of case or facts for purpose of review, see "Ap- stricken from the act without affecting the re-
peal,” $ 6.

mainder.-New York & L, I, R. Co. v. O'Brien
oi plaintiff's claim, see "Pleading,” g 2.

(Sup.) 909.
*Point annotated. See syllabus.

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and 140 New York State Reporter *Where a part of a statute is unconstitution-| preme Court by the Governor, held re-enacted al, it does not render the remainder void unless by its amendment in 1895 (Laws 1895, p. sis, all the provisions are so connected that it can- c. 946, § 234).—People v. Neff (Sup.) 747. not be presumed that the Legislature would have passed the one without the other.-New York 8 3. Construction and operation. & L. I. R. Co. v. O'Brien (Sup.) 909.

*A penal statute must be strictly construed.

-People v. Sturgis (Sup.) 61. § 2. Repeal, suspension, expiration, and revival.

*A decision under Laws 1870, p. 674, c. 291, Laws 1899, p. 1514, c. 690, prohibiting mo

is applicable to a state of facts arising under nopolies, held not to have repealed Stock Cor- Laws 1897, p. 366, c. 414.–Taylor v. Village poration Law, Laws 1892, p. 1834, c. 688, 8 of Matteawan (Sup.) 841. 40, re-enacted by Laws 1902, p. 1751, c. 601.In' re Consolidated Gas Co. of New York (Sup.) power of the state restricting and regulating

*Statutes passed in the exercise of the police 407.

property rights or the pursuits of lawful oc Code Civ. Proc. $ 234, authorizing the ap- cupations and callings should be construed pointment of extraordinary terms of the Su-1 strictly.—People v. Sommer (Gen. Sess.) 190.

STATUTES CONSTRUED.

NEW YORK.
$8 1240, 1241

6061 $$ 191, 207, 220.
$ 1268

773 $ 308 CONSTITUTION 1846. § 1323

990 $$ 351, 353, 430. Art. 5, § 6......

624
$ 1335

587 $ 465 (7).
§ 1349

996 Š 490a CONSTITUTION 1895.

$ 1351
587 88 756, 763

.1110 $ 1357

275 $ 773. Amended by Laws Art. 3, § 18. 909 $ 1369

273 Art. 5, § 9.

1887, p. 400, ch. 321...1046 450 $ 1629

970 $8 781, 783...

.1046 Art. 6, § 2. 747 $8 1660, 1662 606 $S 839, 857.

149 Art. 6, § 14. 138 $ 1743

22 Art. 7, $ 7. 267 $ 1757, subd. 1.

843

PENAL CODE. $ 177+

. 1064 | $ 72 CODE OF CIVIL PROCE- $ 1779

.1046 649 | $ 117b

149 DURE. $ 1800

407 § 168, subds, 5, 6. ....... 341 $ 67 .847, 943 / $ 1822

361 $8232, 234. Amended by $ 1901

463

REVISED STATUTES. Laws 1895, p. 808, ch.

$ 2125

968 946, 88 232, 234. 747 $ 2135

1079

First Edition. $ 324 .1032 $ 2244

718

Volume 2. $ 448 243 $ 2253

861 $ 452 839 SS 2268, 2269.

417 Pt. 2, ch. 7, tit. 2, $ 5... 893 $ 453 606 / $ 2273

532 525 303 88 2476, 2478.

929

CITY CHARTERS. $ 546 707, 780 $ 2481, subd. 6.

677 Greater New York. LAWS $ 601 939 § 2617

359

1897, p. 224, ch, 378, $ 88 603, 604. 217 / $ 2620 474 647

421 $ 635 1107 / $ 2053a

34 Greater New York. Laws $ 713 639 / $ 2660

74

1897, p. 392, ch. 378, $ $ 723 839 $ 2672

.1073

1086 $$ 791, 793 200 $$_2722, 2726

354 Greater New York. Laws $$ 796, 797 766 $ 2750

937

1897, p. 394, ch. 378, $ 802 532 $82878, 2879, 2881.

247

1091. Amended by Laws 322 98, 333 $ 2892

141

1900, p. 1607, ch. 751, $ $ 870 940 $$ 3053, 3063

188
4

983 $ 872 308, 910 $ 3160

.1107 Greater New York. Laws 873 .535, 940 $ 3228

.98, 769

1897, p. 404, ch. 378, 874 532 $$ 3229, 3230

98

1117 $ 876 53.5$ 3247

700 Greater New York. Laws $ 887 .171, 1009 $ 3251

188

1897, p. 481, ch. 378. $ $8 888–892 .1009 88 3358, 3372

704 1351 895 903 / $ 3401

970 Greater New York. Laws $ 968 606

1901, p. 50. ch. 466, § $ 1022

CODE OF CRIMINAL PRO137

149

CEDURE. $8 1042, 1043, 1058, 1059., 747

Greater New York. Laws $ 1211

616 $ 11a. Amended by Laws 1901, p. 114, ch. 166, $8 1236, 1237, 1238, 1239.. 219) 1905, p. 1666, ch, 655.. 925 261

*Point annotated. See syllabus.

Greater New York. Laws 1891, p. 706, ch. 362... 336 | 1896, p. 856, ch. 908, § 181,

1901, p. 179, ch. 466, $ 1892, p. 566, ch. 275, 8 28 421 Amended by Laws 1901,
107

421 1892, pp. 1383, 1395, ch. p. 1364, ch. 558, § 181.. 649
Greater New York. Laws 676, $$ 2, 59...

968 1896, p. 868, ch. 908,
1901, p. 186, ch. 466, 8 1892, p. 1450, ch. 702. 903 220. ^ Amended by Laws
419

175 1892, pp. 1574, 1575, 1596, 1897, p. 150, ch. 284, 8 2 844
Greater New York. Laws

ch. 679, 8$ 2, 5, 7, 90... 64 1896, p. 882, ch. 908, 8
1901, p. 405, ch. 466,
1892, p. 1734, ch. 685, 8

250

305
subch. 17, tit. 4.. 889 5

834 1896, p. 882, ch. 908, §
Greater New York. Laws
1892, p. 1802, ch. 687, 8

251

832
1901, p. 411, ch. 466, 8

434 1896, p. 922, ch. 909, $ 56.. 430
980

889

1892, p. 1805, ch. 687, § 1896, p. 922, ch. 909, $ 56.
Greater New York. Laws

15. Amended by Laws Amended by Laws 1901,
1901, p. 575, ch. 466, 8
1904, p. 1250, ch. 490... 649 p. 1669, ch. 654.

425
1351

273

1892, p. 1824, ch. 688. 938 | 1896, p. 927, ch. 909, $ 59.. 430
LAWS.

1892, p. 1834, ch. 688, 8 1896, pp. 928, 930, ch. 909,
40
407 $$ 61, 61, 81..

425
1830, p. 203, ch. 179, $3.. 741 1892, p. 1945, ch. 690, $ 1896, p. 930, ch. 909, 8 65.. 312
1833, p. 402, ch, 279, $ 1.. 693 30

..1041 1896, p. 931, ch. 909, $
1837, p. 529, ch. 460, $ 24..1073 | 1892, p. 2042, ch. 691, $

66

. 425, 430
1850, p. 211, ch. 140.

2

434 1896, p. 933, ch. 909,
Amended by Laws 1867,
1893, p. 317, ch. 189. 130

S1

205, 425
p. 1903, ch. 775.

909
1893, pp. 660, 661, 666, ch.

1896, pp. 955, 961, 963, ch.
1854, p. 369, ch. 175, 8

793
338, 88 20, 22, 37.

909, 88 105, 110, 111. ... 205
64

486
1860, p. 16, ch. 10.

1896, p. 996, ch. 932, 8 58.
1893, p. 939, ch. 432.

909
1860, p. 607, ch. 360..851, 1036 1894, p. 1903, ch. 758.

Amended by Laws 1900,

407

p. 1151, ch. 476..
1867, p. 1903, ch. 775.

Amended by Laws 1895,

909
1870, p. 390, ch. 137, & 99.

p. 1916, ch. 921.

1896, pp. 996, 997, ch. 933,
104
88 1, 2..

190

747
Amended by Laws 1871,

1895, p. 204, ch. 173.
p. 1242, ch. 574, $ 6, 1895, p. 222, ch. 382, 8 36.. 801 1897, p. 150, ch. 284, 8

220, subd. 5..

844
subd. 10..

909 1895. p. 808, ch. 948, 88
1870, p. 674, ch. 291.

1897, p. 220, ch. 312...24, 167
841 232, 234

747

1897, p. 224, ch. 378, 8 617.
1870, p. 703, ch. 291, § 27 841 1895, p. 1599, ch. 751, 8

Greater New York Char-
1871, p. 1242, ch. 574, 8 6,

137

247

ter
909 1895, p. 1946, ch. 921.... 104 1897, p. 272, ch. 369.

421
subd. 10.

968
1873, p. 620, ch. 395. 139 | 1896, p. 33, ch, 85... 94

1897, p. 310, ch. 383. 407
1875, p. 618, ch. 545. 133 | 1896, p. 60. ch. 112, $ 17.

841
1877, p. 512, ch. 445.

1897, p. 366, ch. 414.
130 Amended by Laws 1897,
1SSO, P.
872,
582.
p. 220, ch. 312......24, 167 1897, p. 369, ch. 414, 88

6, 7, 8.

275
Amended by Laws 1892, 1896, p. 60, ch. 112, § 17,
p. 1450, ch. 702.
909

1897, p. 392, ch. 378, §
subd. 8

39

1086. Greater New York
1882, p. 134, ch. 410, $ 492.

1896, p.
66, ch. 112, $
Charter

983
Amended by Laws 1892,

24

.483, 921
p. 566, ch. 275, 8 28. 421 1896, pp. 144, 155, 158. ch.

1897, p. 394, ch. 378, $
1883, p. 104, ch. 114, 8 5.. 836

1091. Greater New York

225, $$ 22, 56, 62, 65... 149
1883, p. 666, ch. 490.

Charter. Amended by
130 | 1896, p. 583, ch. 547, $
1885, p. 482, ch. 283. 624

Laws 1900, p. 1607, ch.
151
77

983
1885, p. 758, ch. 448.

751, $ 4..
821 1896, p. 592, ch. 547, $
1886, p. 801, ch. 572. 286

207

1897, p. 404, ch. 378, 8

129
1886, p. 919, ch. 612. 909

1117. Greater New York
1896, p. 596, ch. 547, 8
1887, p. 400, ch. 321.. 1046

Charter

983
1890, p. 1089, ch. 565, § 16 909 1896, p. 602, ch. 547, §

219

366 1897, p. 404, ch. 414,
1890, p. 1104, ch. 565, $$

109

832
224
72, 73. Amended by

129 1897, p. 414, ch. 414, $S
Laws 1891, p. 706, ch.
1896, p. 619, ch. 547, $

141-143

841
362

336
285
713 1897, p. 461, ch. 415.

708
1890, pp. 1108, 1109, ch.

1896, p. 631, ch. 550. 149 1897, p. 477, ch. 415, $ 70
565, 88 91-93.

909 1896, p.

795, ch.
908.

443, 787
1890. p. 1152, ch. 566, 88

Amended by Laws 1901,

1897, p. 494, ch. 415, 88
100, 101

3
p. 380, ch. 173.

682
162, 163

787
1890, p. 1152, ch. 566, § 1896, p. 796, ch. 908, $$ 2, 1897, p. 481, ch. 378, $
102

.3, 130
3

277 1351. Greater New York
1890, p. 1152, ch. 566, $
1896, pp. 800, 802, ch. 908,

Charter

273
103
.3, 53 $$ 6, 12.

336 1897, p. 518, ch. 418, $
1890. p. 1153, ch. 566, 88
1896, p. 838, ch. 908, 88

9

372, 978
104, 105.
3 127, 131

963 1897, p. 519, ch. 418, $ 11.. 766
18990, p. 1189, ch. 568,

1896, p. 841, ch. 908, $ 1897, p. 522, ch. 418, 8
139 132
...821, 963 16

390
1890, p. 1236, ch. 669, 8 1896, p. 355, ch. 908, § 180. 1897, p. 522, ch. 418. & 17.. 58

174. Amended by Laws Amended by Laws 1897, 1897, p. 523, ch. 418, 8
1896, p. 33, ch. 85....

94
p. 272, ch. 369...

.... 9681
18

390, 766

ch.

65

1898, p.

and 140 New York State Reporter
1897, p. 523, ch. 418, $ 19.. 390 | 1901, p. 179, ch. 466, 8 407. 1902. pp. 1584, 1590, ch.
1897, p. 524, ch. 418, § 20 58 Greater New York Char- 580, $$ 330, 347.

561
1897, p. 525, ch. 418, $ 23.. 970 ter

421 | 1902, p. 1748, ch. 600.
1897, p. 663, ch. 569, $ 162. 1901, p. 186, ch. 466, 8 419.

736, 837, 975
Amended by Laws 1906,

Greater New York Char- 1902, p. 1748, ch. 600. & 1.. 333
p. 1393, ch. 505..

94
ter

175 1902, p. 1749, ch. 600, $ 2.. 575
1897, pp. 794, 796, ch. 754,

1901, p. 314, ch. 130, $ 33.. 434 1902, p. 1750, ch. 600, $
$$ 60, 62..

655

1901, p. 380, ch. 173... 682 3
1898, p. 318, ch. 169.

1901, p.
58

392, ch. 173. 1902, p. 1751, ch. 601. 407
356, ch. 179,

Amended by Laws 1905, 1902, p. 1776, ch. 608,
$ 12

.1097
p. 827, ch. 368; Laws

2

741
1899, p. 795, ch. 370, 88 8,

1906, p. 1893, ch. 699.. 716 1903, p. 1191, ch. 524, $$
12

450
1901, p. 405, ch. 466, subch.

164, 165

17, tit. 4. Greater New
1899, pp. 802, 805, ch. 370,

1904, p. 1055, ch. 432, $ 5.. 189
York Charter
889

619
$$ 13, 15.

1904, p. 1250, ch. 490.
158 1901, p. 411, ch. 466, 8
1899, p. 807, ch. 370, $ 19.. 459

1904, p. 1311, ch. 538.

980. Greater New York
1899, pp. 808, 809, ch. 370,

1904, p. 1314, ch. 538,
Charter

889

3
$$ 20, 21..
956 1901, p. 575, ch. 466, S

314
1899, p. 809, ch. 370.

1351. Greater New York

1904, pp. 1316, 1319, ch.
Amended by Laws 1902,

538, 88 4, 6...... .314, 900

273

Charter
p. 805, ch. 270.
110 1901, p. 889, ch. 334. 817

1905, p.

241.
474, ch.

Amended by Laws 1906,
1899, p. 993, ch. 473, 8 1901, p. 908, ch. 334, § 82.. 790

p. 1008, ch. 414.

878
10

.425, 430 1901, p. 1364, ch. 558, 8
1899, p. 1514, ch. 690.

1905, p. 543, ch. 285.
407
181
649

716
1900, pp. 616, 618, ch. 277,

425 1905, p. 827, ch. 368.

1901, p. 1669, ch. 654.
$$ 6, 7
747 1902, p. 805, ch. 270....: 110 1905, p. 829, ch. 368,

221
1902, p. 896, ch. 334, $
1900, p. 857, ch. 367, 8 17,

1905, p. 1666, ch. 655. 9:23

422. Amended by Laws
subd. 11
24

277
1900, p. 1151, ch. 476.. 407

1905, p. 543, ch. 285... 267 1905, p. 2059, ch. 729.

1906, p. 1008, ch. 414.... 878
1900, p. 1607, ch. 751, 8 4.. 983 1902, p. 1488, ch. 580, $ 1,

subd. 18

. 1041 1906, p. 1374, ch. 495.... 205
1901, p. 50, ch. 466, 8 149.

211
1902, pp. 1553, 1557, 1559, 1906, p. 1385, ch. 502.
Greater New York Char-

ch. 580, &$ 216, 231, 238.. 561 1906, p. 1388, ch. 502, $
ter
175 1902, p. 1563, ch. 580, $ 213

211
1901, p. 114, ch. 466, $ 261.

254

1101 | 1906, p. 1393, ch. 505.
Greater New York Char- 1902, p. 1565, ch. 580, 8 1906, p. 1448, ch. 532. 277
ter
286' 263

273 1906, p. 1893, ch, 699... 716

STAY.

Presumptions as to continuance of use of track.

see "Evidence," $ 2.
Pending appeal, see "Appeal," $ 5.

Restraining construction of street railroad, see

"Injunction," $ 2.

Taxation of property of, see "Taxation," $ 2.
STOCK.

§ 1. Establishment, construction, and
Corporate stock, see "Corporations,” 3.

maintenance.

Words of a general nature following those
STOCKHOLDERS.

of a particular character in an exception to the

limitation of the term of a franchise held not
Of corporations, see "Corporations,” 88 4, 6, 7. to enlarge the exception beyond the fair scope

of the particular words.-Manton . South

Shore Traction Co. (Sup.) 82.
STOPPAGE IN TRANSITU.

Where a street railway company accepted a
See "Carriers," $ 2.

franchise, but failed to give the bond required.
and permitted the franchise to expire by failure

to comply with the conditions, an attempt of the
STORAGE.

highway commissioners after the expiration of

the franchise to waive the time for filing the
See "Warehousemen."

bond held to have no effect in extending the

franchise.- Manton v. South Shore Traction
STREET RAILROADS.

Co. (Sup.) 82.

Where a street railway company accepted a
See "Railroads."

franchise but took no action until after its er.
Carriage of passengers, see "Carriers."

piration, held that, in case the company desired
Grant of rights to use street, see "Municipal to build the road contemplated, che steps for
Corporations," $ 6.

obtaining an original franchise would have to be
*Point annotated. See syllabus.

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