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investigation, and that the charges were | LIBERTY.
As Limitation on Exercise of Right to
Privacy, see PRIVACY, 2.
557 Authority of Municipality as to see
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS, 1.
Necessity of Ophthalmologist Procur-
ing, see PHYSICIANS.
67 ment is an estate in real property, and its
3. A license, revocable by the licensor,
mission to use a stairway on the outside
of a building to reach the second story of
an adjoining building, in consideration that
erect a porch at the back end of his build-
ing, on a strip of vacant land owned by
NOTES AND BRIEFS.
1. Words which are harmless in them. License; upon private property; defi-
has policies of insurance with the LIFE TENANTS.
1. The life estates created by statute,
common-law life estates, although they are
and the life tenant is therefore impeach-
able for waste. Swayne v. Lone Acre Oil
2. One entitled to an undivided life es-
102 | absolutely any part of the production of
oil wells subsequently opened upon the fore, and will be stayed after, the time
Id. make it inequitable to allow the prosecu-
tion of a suit after a briefer, or to forbid
its maintenance after a longer, period than
determine the extraordinary case in ac-
4. Withdrawal from certain incidental promissory note which has been and is the
as against life tenants, where the defense is barred, and until the equitable
the note, before invoking the aid of a court
of equity to enjoin the prosecution of the
latter action until his equitable defense is
3. The defense of reduction or recoup-
ment, which arises out of the same trans-
action as a promissory note or claim, sur-
cause of action upon
statute of limitations,
4. A note given for interest on another
note which is secured by mortgage is itself
so secured, and the mortgage may be fore-
closed to satisfy it, although the prior note
76 When statute runs.
note at its maturity and taxes due at that
time, which default continues until all the
Horse Block from Lack of, see statute of limitations in favor of the
whole debt. Snyder v. Miller (Kan.) 250
Removal of bar.
6. Giving a note for interest upon a
of limitations, which does not mention or
in any way refer to the earlier note, does
not revive it under a statute providing that
causes of action founded on contract are
is unpaid, or by a like new promise to pay | MAIL.
NOTES AND BRIEFS.
Mandamus; to compel court to proceed
To compel courts and judges to approve
of act by officer who pleads authority of un-
To restore to membership one expelled
250 branch to co-ordinate branch; not issued
when not effectual or beneficial; to control
discretion of lawmaking branch of govern-
See VENDOR AND PURCHASER.
Law Governing, see CONFLICT OF LAWS,
As Consideration for Contract, see CON-
Liability for Maliciously Procuring
Breach of Contract of Employment,
ployment, see DAMAGES, 5.
Negligence of Brakeman, see TRIAL,
Master's duty as to appliances.
Proximate Cause of Injury to Servant
by Fall of Derrick, see PROXIMATE
See also TRIAL, 20.
1. There is no distinction between the
construction of the appliances furnished for
the use of a servant and their maintenance,
so far as the right of the master is concerned
Rincicotti v. John J. O'Brien Contracting
inen making the coupling to move it again,
505 is negligence rendering the company liable
for injury to a brakeman in consequence
thereof. Schus Powers-Simpson Co.
506 3. An employer without the necessary
technical knowledge to enable him to deter- | mand relative to the handling of the cars.
11. After a master has exercised due care
792 is one which is voluntarily assumed by a.
at a mill, to push a car put in motion by
although he has never done that particular
6. The failure to box or otherwise pro regular trip at a time of heavy rains, when
Kinze! v. Atlanta, K. & N. R. Co. (C. (..
ductor, see NEGLIGENCE, 8.
low Servant’s Negligence, see RE-
Sufliciency of Title of Statute as to, see
LAW, 5, 6.
163 injuries caused by negligence of a foreman in
directing work where the master has other-
15. An employer is not liable to an em-
freight train, so as to render the railroad | same dangers and risks as are employees of
23. A statute making void a contract by
a corporation for the release or relief from
24. An agreement by a railroad employee
that the acceptance of benefits from a relief
fund shall operate as a release of all claims
der the employer's liability act of 1893, al-
163 Liability to third persons for sery-
To guest at Hotel, see INNKEEPERS,
25. The relation of master and servant
torts of the servant, unless connected with
NOTES AND BRIEFS.
See also IX. KEEPERS.
71 Master and servant; liability for induc-
Assumption by brakeman of risk of coup-
Duty to furnish safe appliances; measure
of care; furnishing appliance in ordinary
Defective appliances; when servant may
recover for injury caused by; duty of in-
spection; negligent construction of scaffold;