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CASES IN 7 L. R. A.
7 L. R. A. 33, O'CONNOR v. O'CONNOR, 88 Tenn. 76, 12 S. W'. 447. Vendor's lien.
Cited in Zwingle v. Wilkinson, 94 Tenn. 250, 28 S. W. 1096, holding vendor's equitable lien for unpaid purchase price of land not affected because note for balance of purchase money was executed to third person.
Cited in footnotes to Frame v. Sliter, 34 L. R. A. 690, which denies implied equitable lien to grantor of land for unpaid purchase money; Doty v. Deposit Bldg. & L. Asso. 43 L. R. A. 551, which holds vendor's lien enforceable against land for entire amount unpaid on sale of real and personal property. Fraudulent conveyance.
Cited in Blackmore v. Parkes, 26 C. C. A. 671, 54 U. S. App. 123, 81 Fed. 900, holding conveyance by insolvent in consideration that grantee pay debts of the insolvent not fraudulent. Action by mortgagee.
Cited in note (6 L. R. A. 612) on personal action by mortgagee.
7 L. R. A. 44, WHITE v. CINCINNATI, N. 0. & T. P. R. CO. 89 Ky. 478, 12
S. W. 936.
Cited in Union P. R. Co. v. Evans, 52 Neb. 55, 71 N. W. 1062, to point that one knowing approach to railway station unsafe may recover for injury sustained while exercising ordinary care.
Cited in note (44 L. R. A. 294) as to effect of contributory negligence on duty of carrier of live stock to furnish pens at stations.
7 L. R. A. 46, PITTSBURGH CARBON CO. v. MCMILLIN, 119 N. Y. 46, 28
N. Y. S. R. 807, 23 N. E. 530. Rights and powers of receivers.
Cited in Gray v. De Castro & D. Sugar Ref. Co. 32 N. Y. S. R. 1020, 10 N. Y. Supp. 632, sustaining injunction restraining corporation belonging to illegal trust and for which receiver has been appointed from parting with assets received under trust deed; Re Vietor, 20 Misc. 15, 44 N. Y. Supp. 603, to point that receiver while authorized to prosecute and defend actions is but the creature of the court as trustee or custodian of fund; Hamor v. Taylor-Rice Engineering
Co. 84 Fed. 399, holding receiver as representative of creditors may assert de fense on their behalf which corporation could not maintain; Peabody v. New England Water-Works Co. 184 Ill. 628, 75 Am. St. Rep. 195, 56 N. E. 957, holding receiver represents both corporation and creditors and may in behalf of latter assert claim he could not maintain as representative of former; Harrington v. Connor, 51 Neb. 219, 70 N. W. 911, holding defense not good against creditors of bank and involving fraud against them not available in suit by receiver of bank; Washington Mill Co. v. Sprague Lumber ('o. 19 Wash. 171, 52 Pac. 1067, holding receiver of insolvent corporation may disaffirm its acts and maintain suit to set aside its fraudulent conveyances; Re Wendler Mach. Co. 2 App. Div. 19, 37 N. Y. Supp. 444, holding receiver has power to contest validity of mortgage given to secure bonds of insolvent corporation.
Distinguished in Gray v. Oxnard Bros. Co. 31 N. Y. S. R. 972, 13 N. Y. Supp. 86, holding receiver of individual corporation in illegal partnership cannot maintain action for accounting or dissolution. Monopolies.
Cited in United States v. Addyston Pipe & Steel Co. 46 L. R. A. 136, 29 C. C. A. 160, 54 U. S. App. 723, 85 Fed. 291, holding contract to sell property, businoss, or good will, or to create partnership or corporation, invalid if part of plan to establish monopoly; National Harrow Co. v. Hench, 76 Fed. 669, holding combination of patent owners to prevent competition and maintain price illegal; National Harrow Co. v. Hench, 39 L. R. A. 300, 27 C. C. A. 351, 55 U. S. App. 53, 83 Fed. 38, holding while patentees may compose their differences they cannot make the occasion an excuse for creating monopolies; Lovejoy v. Michels, 88 Mich. 28, 13 L. R. A. 775, 49 N. W. 901, by Champlin, Ch. J., to point that combination to control prices is odious as illegal exercise of franchises of a monopoly; John D. Park & Sons Co. v. National Wholesale Druggists' Asso. 175 N. Y. 36, 62 L. R. A. 647, 96 Am. St. Rep. 578, 67 N. E. 136 (dissenting opinion) majority upnolding agreement between manufacturers of medicines and wholesalers made for purpose of maintaining uniform jobbing and retail prices.
Cited in footnote to Scott v. Wiswall, 42 L. R. A. 85, which holds contracts with tugs severally for towage not invalidated by illegal combination between owners to restain trade.
Cited in note (12 L. R. A. 754) on restraining monopoly as public nuisance.
7 L. R. A. 48, GRIGGS v. STONE, 51 N. J. L. 549, 18 Atl. 1094. Extent of implied warranty.
Approved in Troy Laundry Co. v. Henry, 23 Or. 236, 31 Pac. 484, holding implied warranty of pulley on line shaft does not extend to machine to which it communicates power.
7 L. R. A. 50, STATE v. TUTTY, 41 Fed. 753. Validity of foreign marriage.
Cited in Jackson v. Jackson, 82 Md. 30, 34 L. R. A. 775, 33 Atl. 317, holding Pennsylvania marriage based on general reputation good in absence of statute declaring such marriages void.
Cited in footnotes to Re Stull, 39 L. R. A. 539, which holds invalid, marriage between man and paramour in other state to avoid laws of domicil; Norman v.