terest in real estate purchased by decedent in his own name,
the wife of the surviving partner, having an interest in the
subject-matter, may not testify as to matters equally within
the knowledge of deceased. 3 Comp. Laws, § 10212. Abbott
v. Jones, 598.
See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (4); CRIMINAL LAW (4); MASTER
AND SERVANT (19).
Failure of respondent to take stand, see CRIMINAL LAW (11).
WORDS AND PHRASES.
A personal wrong is an invasion of a personal right; it pertains
to the person, the individual, as contradistinguished from an
injury to property. May v. Wilson, 26.
See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (9); Damages (13, 16); GIFTS (10);
LIMITATION OF ACTIONS (2).
WORK AND LABOR.
Testimony tending to show that defendant was secretary and
treasurer of a limited partnership association, that plaintiff's
testator was private secretary of defendant's father and
occupied the same offices with defendant, that he was some-
times employed by other persons as accountant, and kept
books of the association of which defendant was secretary,
that testator sent defendant a statement of account for his
services, and in reply defendant did not admit or deny the
account unqualifiedly but asked that it be corrected and re-
turned to him, requires the submission of the defendant's
liability to the jury. McCain v. Smith, 683.
See CONTRACTS (5); DRUGGISTS (2); ESTATES OF DECEDENTS
(2); JOINT STOCK COMPANIES; MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS
WRIT OF POSSESSION-See APPEAL AND ERROR (6).