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Om 176(1) (U.S.C.C.A.Mo.) Obligations of dore, by Merchant Marine Act; "seaman.”—
seller and buyer held concurrent conditions, and Cassil v. U. S. Emergency Fleet Corporation,
subject to waiver.-Rand v. Morse, 339,

774.
Buyer held estopped to object to photographic Sans 29(3) (U.S.C.C.A.N.Y.) Fellow servant
copies of documents, accompanying bill of lad- rule applicable to admiralty law.–Panama R.
ing.-Id.

Co. v. Johnson, 964.
Ono 176(!) (U.S.C.C.A.Ohio) Seller, failing to 29 (4) (U.S.C.C.A.N.Y.) Seamen's Indem-
make shipments as required, and to object to nity Act did not abolish assumption of risk as
notice that maximum quantity would be re- defense.-Panama R. Co. v. Johnson, 964.
quired, waived objections that it was not sea- Obeäience to order requiring use of defective
sonable.-Crystal Paper Co. v. Robertson Co., appliance not assumption of risk, defeating re-
15.

covery.-Id.
Om 179(1) (U.S.C.C.A.Mo.) Buyer held bound, Shipowner liable for injuries caused by de-
when draft and accompanying documents pre- fective appliances, and assumption of risk no
sented morning following its offer to take up defense.- Id.
draft.-Rand v. Morse, 339.

w30 (U.S.C.C.A.N.Y.) Master has broad au-
181(11) (U.S.C.C.A.Mo.) Facts held to thority to punish breaches of discipline.-Pan-
show buyer's general manager knew only pho-ama R. Co. v. Johnson, 964.
tographic copies of certain documents accom-
panied bill of lading.--Rand v. Morse, 339.

SEARCHES AND SEIZURES.
Om 182(1) (U.S.C.C.A.Me.) Evidence of waiv-
er of defects held for jury.-Windsor Print

3 (U.S.C.C.A.Mo.) Probable cause to be
Works v. C. F. Hathaway Co., 1.

liere defendants were committing crime held
Cm 182(3) (U.S.C.C.A.Mo.) Question whether to justify arrest and search without warrant.-
buyer. waived objection, because only photo- Green y. U. S., 236.
graphic copies of documents attached to bill Om 3 (U.S.C.C.A.Ohio) Legality of search war-
of lading. properly submitted to jury.-Rand v.

rant.--Rothlisberger v. U. S., 72.

m3 3
Morse, 339.

(U.S.D.C.Conn.) Determining probable

cause judicial function.-U. S. v. Harnich, 256.
VII. REMEDIES OF SELLER.

Search warrant held invalid, as based on in.

sufficient affidavit.-Id.
(D) Resale.

Om3 (U.S.D.C.W.Va.) Affidavit on information
334 (U.S.C.C.A.Va.) Seller may resell at and belief not basis for issuance of search war-
any time while default continues.-Gilbert Gro- rant.-U. S. v. Dziadus, 837.
cery Co. y. Howell, 474.

Execution of search warrant by stranger

thereto held unlawful.-Id.
(E) Actions for Price, or Value.

On 5 (U.S.D.C.Conn.) Owner of property seiz-

ed on illegal warrant entitled to its return.-U.
364 (7) (U.S.C.C.A.Me.) Instruction in ac- S. v. Harnich, 256.
tion for price held proper.-Windsor Paint Cm 5 (U.S.D.C.N.J.) Owner entitled to return
Works v. 0. F. Hathaway Co., 1.

of property seized under illegal search warrant.

-- New Jersey Wholesale Drug Co. v. Brown,
(F) Actions for Damages.

108.
384(6) (U.S.C.C.A.Ohio) Breach of con-

SHIPPING.
tract of sale by buyer.-Templar Motors Co. v. See Salvage.
Bay State Pump Co., 24.

II. TITLE.
Sm384(7) (U.S.C.C.A.Va.) Seller held to have
right to resell.-Gilbert Grocery Co. v. How-On 27 (U.S.D.C.Md.) Retaking of property by
ell, 474.

seller and retention of payments received held,

under the contract, liquidation of damages for
IX. CONDITIONAL SALES.

breach.-In re Atlantic, G. & P. S. S. Co., 145.
em 479(11) (U.S.D.C.Md.) Conditional seller,
by retaking property, surrenders all claim to V. LIABILITIES OF VESSELS AND OWN-
unpaid purchase price.-In re Atlantic, G. & P.

ERS IN GENERAL.
S. S. Co., 145.

84(3) (U.S.C.C.A.Or.) Owner not liable
SALVAGE.

for stevedore's injuries, unless vessel was un-
II. AMOUNT AND APPORTIONMENT.

seaworthy.-Cassil v. Ú. S. Emergency Fleet

Corporation, 774.
34 (U.S.D.C.. Mass.) $175 awarded for tow-
ing disabled fishing vessel to port.-The Quoddy,

VII. CARRIAGE OF GOODS.
132.
SEAMEN.

Em 149 (U.S.D.C.Md.) Seller, on retaking ves-

sel from agreed purchaser, held entitled to
Cw4 (U.S.C.C.A.N.Y.) Congress has power to pending freight on cargo not delivered, as
alter or increase owner's liability for injuries against assignee of purchaser.-In re Atlantic,
to seaman.-Panama R. Co. v. Johnson, 964. G. & P. S. S. Co., 145.

Act making federal Employers' Liability Act Freights may be assigned independently of
applicable to injuries of seaman constitution- | the ship.-Id.
al.-Id.

Assignee of freights from contract purchaser
em 29(2) (U.S.C.C.A.Or.) Fellow servant rule held entitled to freights earned before ships were
not abrogated, as respects liability to steve- I retaken by seller.-Id.

w

8 5f, s

79

$ 60

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.

(D) Retroactive Operation,
1. NATURE AND GROUNDS OF REMEDY 265 (U.S.C.C.A.III.) Statute presumed to
IN GENERAL.

operate prospectively only, especially where
8. (U.S.D.C.Tex.) Decree rests in sound otherwise it would impair contracts or interfere
judicial discretion of court.-Empire Gas & with vested rights.-Hoyt Metal Co. v. Atwood,

453.
Fuel Co. v. Lone Star Gas Co., 826.

Statutes changing remedy cannot be given
Fm 10(1) (D.C.) Vendor who has conveyed
patent to another, reserving royalties, can be retroactive effect to impair vested rights.-Id.
required to transfer interest in royalties.-No-
Leak-O Piston Ring Co. v. Chandlee, 526.

STATUTES CONSTRUED,
II. CONTRACTS ENFORCEABLE.

UNITED STATES.
Omw32(3) (D.C.) Contract is mutual, though

CONSTITUTION.
vendor would have remedy at law.-No-Leak-0 Amend. 7

858
Piston Ring Co. v. Chandlee, 526.

Amerds. 11, 14.

813
en 55 (U.S.D.C.Tex.) Illegal contract not en- Art. 1, $ 8.

557
forceable.-Empire Gas & Fuel Co. v. Lone Art. 3, § 2.

964
Star Gas Co., 826.

Art. 4, § 3.

177
Contract in violation of express statutory re-

BANKRUPTCY ACT.
striction will not be enforced.--Id.

71 (D.C.) Contract for conveyance of pat- Act 1898, July 1, ch. 541, 30 Stat. 544.
ent is enforceable.-No-Leak-0 Piston Ring $ 3,

900
Co. v. Chandlee, 526.
Sale of patent enforced, if remedy at law is

13

732
inadequate.-Id.

$ 14

479
14b(2)

481
III. GOOD FAITH AND DILIGENCE.

14b(4)

90%
87 (U.S.D.C.Tex.) Party seeking enforce- 8 14c

732
ment must be able to perform.--Empire Gas & 8 24b

71, 960
Fuel Co. v. Lone Star Gas Co., 826.

§ 25a

71, 479
Om92(1) (D.C.) Failure to tender at time not

29b

370
fatal, unless time is of the essence.-No-Leak-O

57n

229
Piston Ring Co. v. Chandlee, 526.

900
60a

468
STATUTE OF FRAUDS.
64

145
64a

524
See Frauds, Statute of.

CRIMINAL CODE.
STATUTES.

See Penal Code.
For statutes relating to particular subjects, see
the various specific topics.

JUDICIAL CODE.
1. ENACTMENT, REQUISITES, AND VALID- Act 1911, March 3, ch. 231, 36 Stat. 1087.
ITY IN GENERAL.
$ 20

253
Om51 (U.S.C.C.A.N.Y.) Congress may incor-24

.316, 320, 513, 964
porate other statutes in act by reference.-Pan- 51

513
ama R. Co. v. Johnson, 964.

18 53

376

269. Amended 1919, Feb. 26, ch. 48, 40
III. SUBJECTS AND TITLES OF ACTS.

Stat. 1181.

188, 312, 325
121(!) (U.S.C.C.A.Alaska) Statute taxing 274a

858
fur purchases held to express subject in title. - $ 274b

.812, 838
Northern Commercial Co. of Alaska v. Terri-

PENAL CODE.
tory of Alaska, 786.

Act 1909, March 4, ch. 321, 35 Stat. 1088.
VI. CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION.

$ 19

177
(A) General Rules of Construction.
$ 65

329
Soms 194 (D.C.) Specific provision controls gen-

151

562
eral one that otherwise would include subject-

370
matter.- Swiss Nat. Ins. Co. v. Miller, 571.
Omw216 (D.C.) Statement in committee of in-

STATUTES AT LARGE.
tention cannot be read into act.--Banco Mexi- 1848, May 17, ch. 42,9 13, 9 Stat. 229... 557
cano de Commercio e Industria v. Deutsche 1870, April 6, ch. 47, 16 Stat. 82.

557
Bank, 924.

1872, June 1, ch. 254, 17 Stat. 196.

513
219 (U.S.C.C.A.Hawaii) Practical con- 1880, May 14, ch. 89, § 2, 21 Stat. 141.
struction of tax statute by tax assessors is re-

Amended 1892, July 26, ch. 251, 27
sorted to only in case of ambiguity.-Ewa Plan-

Stat. 270..

245
tation Co. v. Wilder, 664.

1882, July 12, ch. 290, 22 Stat. 162. 513
219 (U.S.D.C.Cal.) Administrative con-|18S7, Jan. 26, chu 49, 24 Stat. 368. 557
struction held entitled to weight.-In re Grant, 1890, July 2, ch. 647, 26 Stat. 209.. 985
814.

1891, March 3, ch. 561, $ 15, 26 Stat. 1101 671

332

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1892, July 26, ch. 251, 27 Stat. 270..... 245 | 1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, $ 12, 40 Stat. 423..
1898, July 1, ch. 541, 30 Stat. 544. See

446, 571
Bankruptcy Act.

1918, March 21, ch. 25, 40 Stat. 451. 943
1900, June 5, ch.717. & 1, 31 Stat. 270., 908 1918, May 9, ch. 69, 40 Stat. 542. 814
1905, Feb. 20, ch. 592, § 5, 33 Stat. 725. 1918, May 23, ch. 82, 40 Stat. 560. 628
Amended 1913, Jan. 8, ch. 7, 37 1918, July 1, ch. 114, 40 Stat. 705.

282
Stat. 649.

616 1918, Sept. 26, ch. 177, 40 Stat. 967. 63
1905, Feb. 20, ch. 592, § 6, 33 Stat. 1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, 8 600a, 40 Stat.
726

.616, 618
1105

29
1905, Feb. 20, ch. 592, § 7, 33 Stat. 726.. 616 1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, § 1006, 40 Stat.
1905, March 3, ch. 1479, 33 Stat. 1048.. 395

1130

791
1906, March 9, ch. 631, 34 Stat. 56.. 916 1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, § 1107, 40 Stat.
1906, June 11, ch. 3073, 34 Stat. 232. 577

1135

1010
1906, June 30, ch. 3915, § 7, 34 Stat. 769 157 1919, Feb. 26, ch. 48, 40 Stat. 1181..188,
1905, June 30, ch. 3915, § 8, 34 Stat. 770 181

312, 325
1906, June 30, ch. 3915, g 10, 34 Stat. 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, 41 Stat. 305.
771
..157, 181

29, 256, 312, 477, 493, 649
1907, March 2, ch. 2534, § 2, 34 Stat. 1919, Oct. 28. ch. 85, tit. 2, § 1, subsec.
1228

.388, 814
7. 41 Stat. 308.

108
1908, April 22, ch. 149, 35 Stat. 65. .577, 964 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 3, 41 Stat.
1908, April 22, ch. 149, § 4, 35 Stat. 66... 577

308

..123, 649
1908, May 27, ch. 199, 89, 35 Stat. 312.. 511 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 9, 41 Stat.
1909, March 4. ch. 321, 35 Stat. 1088.

311

108
See Penal Code.

1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 21, 41 Stat.
1910, June 23, ch, 373, 36 Stat. 604.

314

.161, 249, 780
495, 803, 805 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, & 25, 41 Stat.
1910, June 23, ch. 373, § 3, 36 Stat. 605.. 802

315

256, 477, 837
1910, June 25. ch. 423, 36 Stat. 851.

1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 26, 41 Stat.
Amended 1918, July 1, ch. 114, 40

315

...125, 127
Stat. 705...

282 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 29, 41 Stat.
1911, March 3, ch. 231, 36 Stat. 1087.

316

649
See Judicial Code.

1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 33, 41 Stat.
1913, Jan. 8. ch. 7, 37 Stat. 649.

616
317

249, 278
1913, March 3. ch. 108, 37 Stat. 727. 935 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 37, 41 Stat.
1913, Oct. 3, ch. 16, 38 Stat. 114.

20
318

29
1913, Dec. 23, ch. 6, 38 Stat. 251.. 513 1920, Feb. 28, ch. 91, 41 Stat. 456.. 943
1914, Sept. 26, ch. 311, 38 Stat. 717... 985 1920, Feb. 28, ch. 91, 8 206, 41 Stat. 461 69
1914, Sept. 26. ch. 311, § 5, 38 Stat. 719 985 1920, Feb. 28, ch. 91, $ 206(a), 41 Stat.
1914, Dec. 17, ch. 1, 38 Stat. 785. Amend-

461

943
ed 1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, 40 Stat. 1920, June 5, ch. 241, 41 Stat. 977...388, 924
1130

791 1920, June 5, ch. 241, § 9b, subsecs. 1, 6.
1915, March 4, ch. 153, § 20, 38 Stat.

41 Stat. 978, 979..

571
1185. Amended 1920. June 5, ch. 1920, June 5, ch. 250, 41 Stat. 988. 805

250, $ 33, 41 Stat. 1007.
1916. Sept. 8. ch. 463, g 10, 39 Stat. 765 20 1920, June 5. ch. 250, § 30P, 41 Stat.

1005

803, 1012
1916, Sept. 8, ch. 463, 12, 39 Stat. 770 354 1920, June 5, ch. 250, $ 300, 41 Stat.
1916, Sept. 8. ch. 463, & 16, 39 Stat. 773 9

1005

..1012
1917, Feb, 5, ch. 29, $$ 3, 17, 39 Stat. 875,

1920, June 5, ch. 250, § 30R, 41 Stat.
887

761
1005

...802, 803
1917, Feb. 5. ch. 29, $$ 19, 20, 39 Stat. 1920, June 5. ch. 250, $ 30S, T, 41 Stat.
889, 890..

60
1005, 1006..

803
1917, June 15. ch. 29, $ 1. 40 Stat. 182.. 217 1920, June ' 5, ch. 250, $ 33, 41 Stat.
1917, June 15, ch. 30, tit. 11, 40 Stat. 228 477

1007

.774, 964
1917, June 15, ch. 30, tit. 11, § 6, 40 Stat.

1921, Nov. 23, ch. 134, 42 Stat. 222. 649
229

837 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 134,'$ 5, 42 Stat. 223.. 649
1917, Oct. 3, ch. 63, 40 Stat. 300.

9 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 134. Š 6, 42 Stat. 223.. 477
1917, Oct. 3. ch. 63, § 4, 40 Stat. 302. 20 1922, Sept. 14, ch: 305, 42 Stat. 837.. 73
1917, Oct. 3, ch. 63, 207, 40 Stat. 306.: 458 1922, Sept. 21. ch. 356, 88 603, 608, 42
1917, Oct. 3, ch. 63, $ 209, 40 Stat. 307..

Stat. 984, 985...

493
458, 498
1917, Oct. 6. ch. 106, 40 Stat. 411..446, 924

JOINT RESOLUTIONS.
1917, Oct. 6. ch. 106, 40 Stat. 411.
Amended 1920, June 5, ch. 241,

1892, Feb. 26, No. 4, 27 Stat. 394.. 557
$ 9b, subsecs. 1, 6, 41 Stat. 978,

1908, Feb. 26, No. 9, 35 Stat. 567.. 916
979

571 1910, Feb. 25, No. 13, 36 Stat. 875. 916
1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, 88 2, 7c, 40 Stat.

1910, Dec. 23, No. 2, 36 Stat. 1453.

916
411, 416..
571 1914, March 14, No. 7, 38 Stat. 768.

916
1917, Oct. 6. ch. 106, § 9, 40 Stat. 411.

1916, April 17, ch. 80, 39 Stat. 52.... 916
Amended 1920, June 5, ch. 241, 41
Stat. 977..

388

REVISED STATUTES.
1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, § 9(a) (e), 40 Stat. $ 563(8)

774
419. Amended 1920, June 5, cb. Š 953. Amended 1900, June 5, ch. 717, § 1,
241, 41 Stat. 977..

908
253 $ 1246

924
31 Stat. 270....

29

8 1025

536 $$ 428914jj, 428944k.
§ 1033
552 4352

814
Š8 2766, 2806–2809, 2872, 3082.

649 5899
$ 3176. Amended 1916, Sept. 8, ch. 463, Š 6287g, et seq.

791
8 16, 39 Stat. 773..
988 6336j, 6330jj.

20
3268
29 6336%ga et seq..

9
3450
.120, 256 6336h

458
3466
145 6336353

.458, 498
3468
229 1049644 et seq..

477
3477
.675, 901 1049644f

837
4612

774

COMPILED STATUTES ANNOTATED
COMPILED STATUTES 1916 OR 1918.

SUPPLEMENT 1919.
987

.188, 312, 325
991

217
.316, 320, 513, 964 $31151/10d
991 [3]
774 $8 31154a-311542

924
1033
513 311512a et seq.:

446
1035
376 $S 311512aa, 311542d, 311542ff.

571
1047
133 $$ 3115442-3115%4p

943
1251a
858 $8,42897b, 428974.

761
1251b

.812, 858
°428944jj, 428974k..

60
1587

416
4352

$14
1590

908
5899

9
1691

536

5986e
1699

552
6287g et seq..

791
3959
.388, 814 8 6318p

.1010
4537
245 $ 6336383

498
5096a

671
9465

282
5462, 5503-5506, 5563, 5785.

649
$ 1049644 et seq.

477
6006
29 $ 1049614f

837
63361

354
6352

120, 256

ALASKA.
6372

145
6374

LAWS.

229
6383

786
.675, 901

1921, p. 132.
$$_7783, 7784.

495, 803, 805
8 7785
.495, 802, 803, 805

ARKANSAS.
$$7786, 7787.

495, 803, 805 CRAWFORD AND MOSES' DIGEST.
8392

774
8603

37
8657-8665

.577, 964
8723

157

DELAWARE.
8724

181

REVISED CODE 1915.
8726

698
8820 et seq..

985
8836a et seq..

985
9490

616

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
9491

.616, 618

CODE OF LAWS 1901.
9492
616 $ 105

901
9587
900 $8 124, 276–288.

547
9589
79 8 809

604
9597

732 Š 851b. Added 1913, March 3, ch. 108, 37
9598
.479, 481, 732, 900
Stat. 727.

935
9608
.71, 960 $ 1067

552
9609
71, 479$ 1219

631
9613
370 $ 1625

916
9641

229
9613

900

GEORGIA.
9644

468
9648

145, 524

CONSTITUTION.
10183
177 Art. 4, § 2, par. 1....

878
10233

329
10321

562

HAWAII.
$ 10506

370

REVISED LAWS 1915.
COMPILED STATUTES 1918.
$$ 1306, 1307.....

664
$ 31151/160

217
$$ 3115428-3115142

924

ILLINOIS.
$ 31151/2a et seq..

446
$$ 311572aa, 3115420, 311572 ff.

571

HURD'S REVISED STATUTES 1921.
$$ 311534a-311584p
943 Ch. 7, § 1..

453
428914b, 428944ii.
761 ICh. 48, 88 126-152i.

453

523 $ 1985

157, 181 $ 1928

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LAWS.

OREGON. 1911, p. 330, $ 15.

453

LAWS. 1911, p. 330, $ 15. Amended by Laws 1913, p. 188..

774 1921. p. 444.

453 1921, p. 444..

453

SOUTH CAROLINA.
KANSAS.

CIVIL CODE 1912.
GENERAL STATUTES 1915.
$$ 3222, 3230.

945 § 4996

401

SOUTH DAKOTA.
LOUISIANA.

REVISED CODE 1919.
REVISED CIVIL CODE.
$8 8775, 8779........

693 Arts. 1764, 1893, 1894, 1900, 2439, 2440, 2442

366

TEXAS.
MAINE.

VERNON'S SAYLES' ANNOTATED CIVIL

STATUTES 1914.
REVISED STATUTES 1916.
Ch. 51, § 53.......

489
Art. 3971. Amended by Laws 1915, ch.
114, § 1...

140 Arts. 7796, 7797, 7807.

826 MARYLAND.

VERNON'S ANNOTATED CIVIL CODE OF PUBLIC GENERAL LAWS.

STATUTES SUPPLEMENT 1918.
Volume 4 (1918.)
Art. 3971

140 Art. 23, & 100A....

316

LAWS.
LAWS.
1915, ch. 114, § 1......

140 1908, ch. 248....

598

Der er

MASSACHUSETTS.

VIRGINIA.
GENERAL LAWS.

CODE 1919.
Ch. 60, $ 98.....

8 1830

65 Ch. 62, § 59. Ch. 106, 8 53, subsec. 3.

24

WASHINGTON,
NEBRASKA.

CONSTITUTION.
Art. 12, 8 6..

405 COMPILED STATUTES 1922. § 5594

703

REMINGTON & BALLINGER'S CODE. $ 1129

405 NEW YORK.

REMINGTON'S COMPILED STATUTES. CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE. 8241

513 88 841b, 1209.....

767 CONSOLIDATED LAWS.

WEST VIRGINIA. Ch. 60, $ 209....

1013

CODE 1913.
Ch. 60, $ 211, subsec. 9. Added by Laws
1920, ch. 640, $ 3. Amended by

239
Ch. 74, $ 3 (sec. 3831)..
Laws 1922, ch. 507, 8 1.. .....1013
Ch. 141, § 2 (sec. 5124).

239 LAWS.

WISCONSIN. 1920, ch. 640, 83....

.1013 1922, ch. 507, 8 1..

.1013

STATUTES 1921. $ 72.01

843 NORTH CAROLINA. CONSTITUTION.

SUBROGATION. Art. 5, 8 3.

301

Omw33(1) (U.S.C.C.A.N.Y.) Priorities of sure

ties on bonds to United States.-In re J. Menist OHIO.

Co., 229.
GENERAL CODE.

TARIFF. § 8444, subsec. 3....

24 ) See Customs Duties.

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