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National Reporter System.—State Series.
CONTAINING ALL THE CLIRRENT DECISIONS OF THE
SUPREME COURTS OF MASSACHUSETTS, OHIO, ILLINOIS, INDIANA,
APRIL 29–JULY 22, 1898.
With TABLE of NortheasterN Cases IN which ReheariNgs HAve beeN DENIED.
A TABLE OF STATUTES CONSTRUED IS GIVEN
o WEST PUBLISHING CO.
LEONARD J. HACKNEY. CHIEF JUSTICE.
WILLIAM J. HENLEY, CHIEF JUDGE.
JAMES B. BLACK. ULRIC Z. WILEY.
MASSACHUSETTS-Supreme Judicial Court.
WALBRIDGE A. FIELD, CHIEF JUSTICE.
CHARLES ALLEN. JAMES M. MORTON.
NEW YORK–Court of Appeals.
CHARLES ANDREWS, CHIEF JUDGE. 8
JOHN C. GRAY. ALBERT HAIGHT.
JACOB F. BURKET, CHIEF JUSTICE 10
JUDGES. JOSEPH P. BRADBURY. THAIDDEU.S. A. MINSHALL. JOHN A. SHAUCK. MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS. JACOB F. BURKET, 12 came Chief Justice June 7, 1898. a judge from holding office “longer than until and in| Succeeded David J. Baker June 1, 1897. cluding the last day of December next after he shall Appointed June 7, 1898. be seventy years of age.” :#ected December 16, 1895. * Elected November 2, 1897; term commenced Jan: Re-elected. uary 1, 1898. : Honning May 23, 1898. 10 Ceased to be Chief Justice February 9, 1898. eginning May 23, 1838. 11 Became Chief Justice February 9, 1898. o expired December 31, 1897, by force of pro- ** Began his second term on the bench February 9,
ion of state constitution (article 6, § 12) prohibiting 1898. (iii)*