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of her husband." The defendants were not alleged IGNORANCE OF RIGHTS, 121-122.
IGNORED INDICTMENT, 123.
INFORMATION, CRIMINAL, 67-68,
INJUNCTION, 113, 136-139, 291.
breme Lodge Knights and Ladies of Honor, 31.
134. There is no rule or law that prevents a ben-
as to the excessive use of spiritous liquors, and as
sician, and all these facts are contradicted by wit-
nesses who knew the decedent, and were in a posi-
tion to know the facts as to his use of liquors, and
as to his health, the case must be submitted to
jury.-Bednar's Admr. . Prudential Insurance Co.,
INSURANCE COMPANY, LIQUIDATION
INJUNCTION, 102, 113.
the markings used by a rival brewer for many years
SATISFYING BY COURT.
before the imitator came into the field, will be en- are proper for the consideration of a jury.-Berger
144. A copy of a letter was incompetent as evi-
OPENING OR VACATING, 237-239.
ment satisfied, applies only to a clear case of a paid
146. A plaintiff who accepts in full settlement
of a judgment cash and and a note aggregating less
than his claim, is estopped from afterward claim-
ing the balance.- 1b.
147. Respondent and decedent's administratrix
agreed upon a private sale to the former of dece-
dent's real estate; but, upon exceptions filed, the
Court refused to confirm the sale and ordered a
public sale, at which petitioner bought the property.
The sale was duly confirmed and deed executed and
delivered; but respondent, having entered into pos-
session before the public sale, refused to vacate,
whereupon, a petition was fled under the Act of
his title through an order and decree of the Orphans
, and from all the facts, he has a present right
JUNK DEALERS, 33-34.
OF JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, 149-151, 153.
OF REGISTER OF WILLS, 272.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, 40-41.
a judgment note
fense alleging that the title of the land will come LAND, CHARGE ON, 310.
154. Plaintiff occupied a suite under a monthly
kitchenette, occupied by another party, and brought
forth in the statement, being the alleged negligence
of the defendart landlord, the trial judge, holding
155. As regards the liability of landlords to
third persons, the tenant and not the landlord is lia-
ble to third persons for accidents and injury occa-
A lessee cannot recover damages from the
essor in an action of trespass for unlawfully enter-
ng upon the demised premises and depriving him
new grade established by a city ordinance when the
tractor.--Hern v. Macder, 61.
157. A lessor is not liable in damages for incon-
was caused by the work of a contractor, who em-
building to comply with a new grade of a city
the building to comply with the grade.--Ib.
a claim was made since the partition, and a verdict
for plaintiff will not be disturbed.-Sulmeyer et al.
v. Thornlon, 82.
160. The owner of real estate is not estopped of May 9, 1913, P. L. 192. The defendant mov-
the law. Held, that the writ must be quashed.-
Messiah Orphanage v, Monaghan Twp. School
165. Plaintiff is not pecuniarily interested in the
enforcement of the School Board's alleged public
duty, as the cost of such tuition would be payable
by the several school districts in which the respec-
ive children have their legal resider.ces.--Ib.
166. Nor has it such a beneficiary intere:t, or is
it such legal representative of the personal interests
of these children, as will entitle it to sue out a writ
of mandamus in its own name.- 1b.
167. The Act of May 9, 1913, P. L. 192, pro-
vides that when an alternative writ of mandamus is
sued out "to procure the enforcement of a public
duty," the proceedings shall be prosecuted in the
name of the Commonwealth on the relat on of the
Attorney General or of the District Attorney of the
proper county, as the case may require.- 1b.
MANUFACTURER'S LIEN ON GOODS
FOR WORK, 161-162.
168. Plaintiff sued to recover damages for the
ample oppo: tunity for defendant to accertain the
damages. On a motion for new trial, on the ground
that there was no evidence to support the verdict
for punitive damages, Held, that the motion must
be refused.--Tyson v. Tuson, 193.
169. There was admitted in evidence the note
eceipt for the payment of the same and statements
of the party from whom she bought the mules.
Held, not to be grounds for a new trial.-Ib.
170. These papers and çtatements were not of-
fered as complete and conclusive evidence of own-
ership, but as corroborative of plaintiff's direct tes-
timony on the subject.- Ib.
171. In order to decide with accuracy upon the
determine that question before a large expenditure
nance providing for the improvement.- 1b.
178. The Act of June 27, 1913, P. L. 582, is
not unconstituional, as a whole, on the ground that it
violates the provision against a bill containing more
than one subject.--1b.
179. The Act of June 4, 1901, P. L. 364, as
amended by the Act of March 19, 1903, P. L. 42,
equires, where the contractor performing the work
is to be paid by assessment bills, the lien is to be
to the owner of the property to be affected. Im-
provement bords were issued, containing a clause
was asked to find as a fact that the lien was void
and enter judgment for the defendant, but refused.
Held, not to be error.- 1b.
180. As between the bondholder and the city,
the city's liability would not end if its officers were
| negligent or careless in their collection, and its re-
ponsibility would not cease if there should be a
diminution in the amount of those collections, occa-
dence and then rested. Appellant (defendant be-
, and had kept the street in repair ever since.
183. Defendant offered to prove by the testi-
expense, and what
in changing an ordinary dirt street to a permanent