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and 121 New York State Reporter RENT.

The sending of a letter to an incarcerated

criminal held to constitute an attempt to commit See "Landlord and Tenant," § 5.

the offense described in Pen. Code, $ 87, though Bill of particulars in action for, see “Plead- it was merely preliminary to the commission of ing," $ 5.

such offense. -People v. Buckley (Sup.) 191.

REPAIRS.

RESIDENCE. of premises demised, see "Landlord and Ten- Affecting liability for support of pauper, see ant," $ 4.

"Paupers," 8 1. REPEAL.

RES JUDICATA.
Of statute, see “Statutes," $ 1.

See “Judgment," 88 4, 5.
REPLEVIN.

RESTAURANTS. $ 1. Pleading and evidence.

See "Innkeepers." In an action to recover possession of goods, damages for the depreciation in the value of the goods are not recoverable, unless pleaded.-Jer

RESTRAINT OF TRADE. myn v. Hunter (Sup.) 546.

Trusts and other combinations, see "Monop2. Liabilities on bonds and undertak- olies," 1.

ings. That plaintiff in replevin always was the

RETURN. owner and entitled to possession of the property replevied held, in an action on the replevin bond To habeas corpus, see “Habeas Corpus," & 1. for breach of condition to return if the replevin action be dismissed, a partial defense only, under Code Civ. Proc. $ 508.-Freeman v. United

REVENUE. States Fidelity & Guaranty Co. (Sup.) 493.

See "Taxation." That defendant in replevin denied he had possession of the chattels or had refused to deliver

REVERSIONS. them, and that he did not, by answer, or notice under Code Civ. Proc. & 1725, demand return of lessor, see “Landlord and Tenant," $ 2. thereof, held a defense to action on the replevin bond ;

the replevin action having been dismissed. Freeman v. United States Fidelity &

REVIEW.
Guaranty Co. (Sup.) 493.

See "Appeal"; "Criminal Law," $ 6.
REQUESTS.

REVISION.
For instructions in criminal prosecutions, see
"Criminal Law," $ 4.

Of statutes, see "Statutes,” g 1.
For instructions to jury in civil actions, see
"Trial," $ 6.

REVOCATION.
RESCISSION.

Of liquor license, see "Intoxicating Liquors," Of contract for purchase of city bonds, see “Mu- of probate of will, see "Wills," $ 3.

$ 2.
nicipal Corporations," $ 8.
Of contract for sale of land, see “Vendor and
Purchaser," 8 2.

RIGHT OF WAY.
Of contract in general, see “Contracts," $ 4.
Of sale of corporate stock, see "Corporations," See "Easements.”
$ 1.
RESCUE.

RISKS. The sending of a letter to a person incarcer- Assumed by employé, see “Master and Serrated for a felony held merely to constitute an at

ant," $ 6. tempt to commit the offense described by Pen. Within insurance policy, see “Insurance," $ & Code, $ 87.-People v. Buckley (Sup.) 191. The sending of a letter to a prisoner held to

ROADS. constitute a sufficient overt act to justify a conviction for an attempt to commit the crime de- See “Highways." scribed by Pen. Code, $ 87.-People v. Buckley Streets in cities, see "Municipal Corporations," (Sup.) 191.

$ 6.

ROYALTIES.

dence in each case.-

New York Hydraulic Press

Brick Co. v. Cunn (Sup.) 168.
For use or sale of patents, see "Patents," $ 1. Whether there was a breach of warranty in a

sale by sample is, under conflicting evidence, a
RULES OF COURT.

question for the jury.-New York Hydraulic

Press Brick Co. v. Cunn (Sup.) 168.
Orders, see “Motions."

8 5. Remedies of buyer.

In an action for breach of contract to manu-
SALARIES.

facture and deliver wrenches of a certain kind

and quality, evidence held sufficient to justify a
Of municipal officer or employé, see “Municipal Garvin Mach 06. (Sup.) 41.

verdict finding the breach.-Ideal Wrench Co. v.
Corporations," § 1.

On failure to manufacture and deliver articles

according to contract, the vendee may recover
SALES.

back a sum advanced by him, to be applied on

the articles which were to be last delivered.-
Fixtures as between seller and buyer, see "Fix Ideal Wrench Co. v. Garvin Mach. Co. (Sup.) 41.

tures."
Of corporate bonds, see "Corporations," $ 3. Vendee may recover difference between market
Of corporate stock, see "Corporations," s 1. value of articles not manufactured according to
Of decedent's estate, see "Executors and Ad- agreement, and contract price, or, if they have
ministrators," § 4.

no market value, then the difference between
Of intoxicating liquors, see "Intoxicating Liq. their value to him and the contract price.--Ideal
uors.

Wrench Co. v. Garvin Mach. Co. (Sup.) 41.
Of land for nonpayment of municipal taxes,

For breach of contract to manufacture ac.
see “Municipal Corporations," $ 8.

cording to model, vendee cannot recover dam-
Of property of decedent under order, of court, ages for inferior quality of articles accepted by
see "Executors and Administrators," $ 7.

him, but may recover for articles returned as
Of realty, see “Vendor and Purchaser."

inferior.-Ideal Wrench Co. v. Garvin Mach. Co.
On foreclosure of mortgage, see “Mortgages,” (Sup.) 41.
§ 4.

Where tools were not made in compliance
8 1. Construction of contract.

with agreement, and were not accepted, plaintiff
Contract to make and deliver wrenches ac- was entitled to recover amount paid therefor.-
cording to model held a contract to manufacture Ideal Wrench Co. v. Garvin Mach. Co. (Sup.) 41.
and deliver, and not one of sale.--Ideal Wrench
Co. v. Garvin Mach. Co. (Sup.) 41.

Evidence held to present a question for the

jury as to whether tools manufactured by de-
Question whether seller in contract of sale fendant were made in compliance with the con-
had performed his contract held a question of tract.-Ideal Wrench Co. 9. Garvin Mach. Co.
law for the court.-Manda v. Etienne (Sup.) 588. (Sup.) 41.

Seller of goods in contract of sale held not to Rule for measure of damage in case of sale of
have committed any breach of a contract.-brick by sample stated, where defective bricks
Manda v. Etienne (Sup.) 588.

were delivered and used. New York Hydraulic
§ 2. Performance of contraot.

Press Brick Co. v. Cunn (Sup.) 168.
In an action by a purchaser of goods against Evidence held not to sustain verdict for plain-
seller for breach of contract, held, that the de- tiff for breach of contract to deliver lumber.
fendant was entitled to recover on the theory New York House Wrecking Co. v. Jarvis (Sup.)
of an acceptance of the goods under the con- 464.
tract.—Manda v. Etienne (Sup.) 588.

SAMPLE.
Any breach of a contract of sale on the part
of the seller hed to have been waived.-Man-
da v. Etienne (Sup.) 588.

Sales by sample, see “Sales," 88 3, 5.
Tender of goods ordered held insufficient under
the terms of sale.- International Money Box Co.

SATISFACTION.
v. Southern Trust & Deposit Co. (Sup.) 881.
§ 3. Warranties.

See "Accord and Satisfaction"; "Payment";
Buyer, purchasing goods by sample, held en- “Release."
titled to recover price paid on goods failing to
correspond thereto.-Bernstein v. E. P. Loomis
& Co. (Sup.) 134.

SAVINGS BANKS.
There can be no recovery for breach of war-See “Banks and Banking," $ 8.
ranty, where buyer, knowing inferior quality,
nevertheless accepts the goods at a less price.
Hogue v. Simonson (Sup.) 1065.

SCAFFOLDS.
† 4. Remedies of seller.

Whether a sale is a sale by sample is a ques- Injuries to employés from defects in, see "Mas-
tion of fact, for the jury to find from the evi. ter and Servant," § 9.

and 121 New York State Reporter SEALS.

SOCIETIES.

See “Clubs."
Limitation of actions on sealed instruments,
see "Limitation of Actions," $ 1.

SPECIFIC LEGACIES.
SEDUCTION.

See “Wills," $ 5.
Abatement of cause of action on death of party,

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE. see "Abatement and Revival," $ 1.

§ 1. Good faith and diligence. SERVICES.

Contract for sale of realty held to have time

for its essence, so that specific performance See "Master and Servant,” g 2; “Work and could pot be enforced after time limited had Labor."

expired.-Blanchard v. Archer (Sup.) 665. SERVITUDES.

SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS. See "Easements."

See "Intoxicating Liquors."

SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM.

SPLITTING CAUSES.
Bill of particulars, see "Pleading," § 5. See "Judgment," $ 4.
81. Subject-matter.
In actions for conversion of moneys collected

STARE DECISIS.
by agent, commissions earned and due to the
agent held a proper subject of counterclaim.- See "Courts," $ 2.
Benton v. Moore (Co. Ct.) 717.

STATE,
SETTLEMENT.

Courts, see "Courts."
See “Accord and Satisfaction"; "Payment”;
"Release."

STATEMENT. By executor or administrator, see “Executors and Administrators," 8 9.

Of plaintiff's claim, see "Pleading," { 1.

SEWERS.

STATUTES. Condemnation of railroad property by city for Laws impairing obligation of contracts, see

purpose of laying sewer under tracks, see "Constitutional Law," $ 1. "Eminent Domain," $ 1.

Provisions relating to particular subjects.

See “Coroners”; “Descent and Distribution"; SHERIFFS AND CONSTABLES.

"Discovery," § 1; "Execution," § 1; "High

ways," $ 1; "Insurance,” '1; "Intoxicat$ 1. Compensation.

ing Liquors"; "Limitation of Actions"; "We Under Laws 1890, p. 936, c. 523, as amended chanics' Liens"; "Municipal Corporations." by Laws 1892, p. 868, c. 418, $ 17, subd. 2, pro- $$_2, 4, 6, 8; "Newspapers"; "Paupers," $ 1; viding for sheriff's poundage, and Code Civ. "Pawnbrokers"; "Taxation," $$ 1, 2, 4. Proc. 8 709, and section 3343, subd. 12, sheriff Covenants against erection of tenement houses. held entitled to recover poundage from plaintiff

see “Corenants," $ 1. in attachment, who procured vacation and annulment of same.-O'Brien v. National Conduit | Designation of parties, see "Parties," $ 2.

Defect of parties, see “Parties," $ 3. & Cable Co. (Sup.) 131.

Foreign corporations, see "Corporations," $ 7. § 2. Powers, duties, and liabilities. Statute of frauds, see "Frauds, Statute of."

A certain execution held no protection to the Town bonds, see "Towns," $ 1. officer. Consolidation Act, Laws 1882, pp. 339, 356, c. 410, $8 1297, 1399.-Goldberg'. Mark: 8 1. Repeal, suspension, expiration, and

revival. owitz (Sup.) 1045.

Laws, special or local in their application, are

not deemed repealed by general legislation, esSHIPPING.

cept upon the clearest manifestation of an intent

by the Legislature to effect such repeal.- People See “Wharves."

v. Weils (Sup.) 1107.

A revision of a statute by re-enactment of 9 SLANDER.

previous statute operates as a continuance of

the former, instead of as a repeal and new EDSee "Libel and Slander."

actment.--People v. Wells (Sup.) 1107.

STATUTES CONSTRUED.

NEW YORK.
§ 2435

519 | Greater New York. Laws
1 8 2481

.581, 833 1897, p. 541, ch. 378, 8
CONSTITUTION 1816. $ 2568

23 1543

.1122
1846, art. 10, § 1. Amend- 82582

793 Greater New York. Laws
ed by Const. 1894, art.

88 2660-2662

16 1897, p. 547, ch. 378, 88
10, § 1....
..1122 $ 2670

793 1570, 1571

.1122
$ 2118

252, 938 Greater New York. Laws
CONSTITUTION 1894.
$ 2719

128 1897, p. 555, ch. 378, §
$ 2721
826 1608

.1122
Art. 1, $ 6
121 Š 2743

246 Greater New York. Laws
Art. 6, § 4.
114 $ 2813

833 1901, p. 109, ch. 466, 8
Art. 8. $$ 10, 11, 14 276 $$ 3084, 3085.

719 255

144
Art 10, § 1...
.1122 $$ 3232, 3233.

402 Greater New York. Laws
$ 3240

1014 1901, p. 129, ch. 466, $
CODE OF CIVIL PROCE- $ 3246

801 302

.1017
DURE.
$ 3264

521 Greater New York. Laws
88 3265, 3266.

522
Ch. 19, tit. 10..

1901, p. 346, ch. 466, 8
719
$ 3343, subd. 12.
131 817 ,

1094
$ 194
793

Greater New York. Laws
&$ 280, 284

786
8 291

1901, p. 355, ch. 466, 8
962
CODE OF CRIMINAL

825. Amended by Laws
§ 365

563
PROCEDURE.

1902, p. 1777, ch. 609...1094
$369

.1011
88 323, 331..

897 Greater New York. Laws
88 370, 372, 375.

563
8 399

359 1901, p. 372, ch. 466, 8
§ 380

.842, 951
$ 527

121
862

886
$ 382
842, 931

Greater New York. Laws
8 383

951
$ 401

1901, p. 126, ch. 466, §
. 1011
PENAL CODE.

1001

123
$ 410
873 / $ 29

773 Greater New York. Laws
8 414
812 $ 87

191
8 415

1901, p. 637, ch. 466, §
503 $ 171

897
1513

.856, 857
$ 418
181 $ 295

625

Greater New York. Laws
88 488, 498, 499.
878 88 323, 327.

776

1901, p. 642, ch. 466, 8
8 501, subd. 1.
717 $ 3Ha

1022
1554

831
$ 508
494 | $ 351

773

Greater New York. Laws
§ 522
768 | $$ 468a, 468b.

968

1901, p. 655, ch. 466, 8
599
407 1 $ 550

358
1615

856
636

695
$ 709
131 REVISED STATUTES.

LAWS.
779
.402, 519, 891

1848, p. H7, ch. 319..276, 277
780

316
First Edition.

1860, p. 592, ch. 315. 845
798
832

1867, p. 2273, ch. 908, 8 17 75
820

180
Volume 1.

1868, p. 1869, ch. 818, tit.
$ 822
.37, 38 Page 388, ch. 13, pt. 1, tit. 5, 88 1-14.

798
$ 829

432. 631 1, $ 4. Amended by 1868, pp. 1879-1882, ch.
$ 834

981 Laws 1883, p. 571, ch. 818, tit, 5, 88 23, 24.. 799
977

37, 38
397

...1107 1873, p. 507, ch. 335, 8 88 101
$ 999
168

1875, p. 188, ch. 213, 88 3,
8 1015

817
CITY CHARTER.

4

534
$ 1200
402

1878, p. 488, ch, 410.
$ 1214

28 Brooklyn. Laws 1888, p. Amended by Laws 1880,
$ 1268

499, 1112 1042, ch, 583, tit. 15, 8 2 856 p. 456, ch. 318; Laws
$ 1294

23 Greater New York. Laws 1881, p. 447, ch. 326.... 803
$ 1310
1078 1897, p. 30, ch. 378, 8 1880, p. 456, ch. 318.

803
$ 1.525
712

.1122 1881, p. 447, ch. 326. 803
$ 1632

747 Greater New York. Laws 1882, pp. 339, 356, ch. 410,
$ 1674
742 1897, p. 35, ch. 378, 8

$8 1297, 1399..

.1045
8 1725

493
118

.1122 | 1882, p. 429, ch. 410, $
$ 1762
137 Greater New York. Laws

1766

.1122
88 1769, 1771-1773. 519 1897, p. 160, ch. 378, $ 1883, pp. 508, 509, ch. 339,
$ 1780
516 458

856 $ 10

. 1068
88 1835, 1836

674 | Greater New York. Laws 1883, p. 571, ch. 397. .1107
8 1902

67, 625 1897, p. 485, ch. 378, 8 1888, p. 958, ch. 583, tit. 2,
$& 1902-1904
906 1364, subd. 1.

704
$ 12

789
$ 2140

72 Greater New York. Laws 1888, p. 1042, ch. 583, tit.
$ 2205

316 1897, p. 537, ch. 378, 8 15, $ 2. Brooklyn City
$ 2254
471 1536
856 Charter

856

96

ter

and 121 New York State Reporter 1890, p. 936, ch. 523. 1896, p. 797, ch. 908, $ 3.. 1898, p. 1497, ch. 643, $ Amended by Laws 1892, 614, 745, 826, 1107 59a

334 p. 868, ch. 418, § 17, 1896, p. 797, ch, 908, 8 4..1107 1899, p. 351, ch. 192. subd. 2

131| 1896, p. 800, ch. 9088 6.. 745 | 1899, p. 1589, ch. 712. .1104 1890, p. 1082, ch. 563, § 2 334 1896, p. 800, ch. 908, & 8 826 1900, p. 372, ch. 166. 276 1890, p. 1114, ch. 565, 8 1896, p. 801, ch. 908, 784 1900, p. 916, ch. 382. 842 104

185 1896, p. 864, ch. 908, § 196 341 1900, p. 933, ch. 400, $ 19 407 1890, pp. 1195, 1205, ch. 1896, p. 867, ch. 908, $ 202. 1901, p. 109, ch. 466, § 255. 568, 88 92, 93, 152. .1014 Amended by Laws 1901,

Greater New York Char1890, p. 1233, ch. 569, $ p. 316, ch. 132, § 189.. 628

144 162. Amended by Laws 1896, p. 868, ch. 908, 88 1901, p. 129, ch. 466,8 1897, p. 619, ch. 481.... 196 220, 221

255 302. Greater New York 1892, p. 56, ch. 36, 82. 534 1896, p. 871, ch. 908, § 225. Charter

.1017 1892, p. 317, ch. 545, § 59 334 Amended by Laws 1900, 1901, p. 316, ch. 132, 8 1892, pp. 814, 816, 822, ch.

p. 916, ch. 382.
842 189

628 399, SS 1, 6, 22.

842 1897, p. 3, ch. 378, § 4.. 803 1901, p. 346, ch. 466, 1892, p. 868, ch, 418, § 17, 1897, p. 5, ch. 378, $ 9... 804 817. Greater New York subd. 2 131 1897, p. 30, ch. 378, § 96.

Charter

. 1094 1892, p. 1490, ch. 677, § 26 114 Greater New York Char- 1901, p. 355, ch. 466, § 825. 1892, p. 1491, ch. 677, 8 31 783 ter

. 1122 Greater New York Char1892, p. 1750, ch. 686, 88 1897, p. 35, ch. 378, § 118.

ter. Amended by Laws 21, 22

407 Greater New York Char- 1902, p. 1777.... .... 1094 1892, p. 1761, ch. 686, § 69 24 ter

.112? | 1901, p. 372, ch. 466, § 1892, p. 1761, ch. 686, 8 1897, p. 152, ch. 284. 842 862. Greater New York 69. Amended by Laws 1897, p. 160, ch. 378, 8 Charter

886 1894, p. 320, ch. 163; 458. Greater New York 1901, p. 426, Ch. 466, $ Laws_1895, p. 530, ch. Charter

856 1001. Greater New York 742; Laws 1896, p. 107, 1897, p. 234, ch. 312, § 31 660

Charter

123 ch. 178

783 1897, p. 401, ch. 414, 8 103 614 1901, p. 637, ch. 466, $ 1892, P. 1805, ch. 687. 1897, p. 402, ch. 414 8 105 615 1543. Greater New York Amended by Laws 1901, 1897, p. 404, ch. 414, § 110 614 Charter

.856, 857 p. 1326, ch, 538.

869 1897, p. 467, ch. 415, § 18 1901, p. 642, ch. 466, $ 1892, p. 1833, ch. 688, 8 31 678

261, 1006 1554. Greater New York 1892, pp. 1825, 1838, ch. 1897, p. 468, ch. 415, $ 20. Charter

831 688, 88 2, 48.

. 1089 Amended by Laws 1899, 1901, p. 655, ch. 466, $ 1892, p. 2018, ch. 690, art. p._351, ch. 192.

478 1615. Greater New York 7. $8 233, 238. 725 | 1897, p. 477, ch. 415, $ 70 911 Charter

856 1893, p. 84, ch. 54, 8 8...1107 | 1897, p. 480, ch. 415, 8 81 1901, p. 1319, ch, 535. 628 1893, p. 873, ch. 416, tit. 9,

911, 998 1901, p. 1326, ch, 538. 869 § 1

672 1897, p. 485, ch. 378, 8 1901, pp. 1560, 1583, ch. 1894, pp. 296, 306, ch. 152, 1364, subd. 1. Greater 580, $8_239, 326.......

482 $$ 1, 9.

100 New York Charter..... 704 1902, p. 1748, ch. 600.....1031 1894, p. 320, ch. 163. 783 1897, p. 517, ch. 418, 8 7 465 1902, p. 461, ch. 172. 628 1894, p. 910, ch. 447, 8 27 951 1897, p. 537, ch. 378, § 1902, p. 1490, ch. 589, $ 3 484 1895, p. 313, ch. 531. 428 1536. Greater New York 1902, p. 1519. ch. 580, $ 90 538 1895, p. 530, ch. 742.. 783 Charter

856 1902. p. 1535, ch. 580, $ 1895, p. 974, ch. 1042. 536 1897, p. 511, ch. 378, S

145

707 1896, p. 57, ch. 112, $ 16.. 618 1543. Greater New York 1902, p. 1557, ch. 580, $ 1896, p. 69, ch. 112, $ 28,

Charter

1122
231

708 subd. 2. Amended by 1897, p. 547, ch. 378, 88 1902, pp. 1562, 1563, ch. Laws 1903, p. 1125, ch. 1570, 1571. Greater New 580, 88 253–257.

471 486 817 York Charter

1122 1902, p. 1578, ch. 580, § 311

497 1896, p. 107, ch. 178. 783 1897, p. 555, ch. 378, 8 1896, p. 571, ch. 547, $ 3.. 148 1608. Greater New York

1902, p. 1748, ch. 600.

921, 1006 1896, p. 589, ch. 547, $ 197 653 Charter

.1122

1902, p. 1749, ch. 600, 8 2 921 1896, p. 592, ch. 547, § 207 551 1897, p. 619. ch. 481.

196 1902, p. 1777, ch. 609...1094 1896, p. 796, ch. 908, 82, 1897, p. 732, ch. 612, § 95 511 1903, p. 165, 'ch. 41, § 221 273 subd. 3. Amended by 1897, p. 732, ch. 612, § 97 475 1903, p. 466, ch. 193....

612 Laws 1899, p. 1589, ch. 1897, p. 907, ch. 665.. 308 | 1903, p. 1084. ch. 469. $ 1 783 712 . 1104 | 1898, p. 770, ch. 237. 276 | 1903, p. 1123, ch. 186... 817

1903, p. 1396, ch. 610.... 24

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