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Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-four,
BY THE ALBANY LAW JOURNAL COMPANY
APR 20 1966
TABLE OF CASES
REPORTED, NOTED, ABSTRACTED AND DIGESTED.
Page. Ainsworth v. U. S. 31 Keith v. State..
231 Alpaugh v. Wilson, 290 Kelly v. Williams
295 American Accident Co. v. Reigart,
226 Averill v. Sawyer... 199 Kilgus v. Trustees
24 Knott v. Tidyman
56 Baker v. Baker et al. 376 Kohn v. Colliston
119 Baumann v. Moseley.
132 Kraut v. Frankford & Southwark Phila. City Pas. Ry. Bell v. State. 278 Co...
425 Benson v. Daly
119 Berthold v. Seevers Map. Co.. 31 Lane y. Holmes...
199 Birmingham Loan & Auction Co. v. First Nat. Bank of Lang v. Houston, W. S. & P. F. R. Co.
376 Anniston 135 Lawton et al. v. Steele.
• 301 Blair v. Adams. 376 Lee v. State
278 Brown v. U. S. 156 | Lewy y. Crawford.
8 Brown v, U. S. 119 Little v. Banks..
332 Buyck v. Schwing.. 295 Louisville & R. Co. v. Stewart
199 Lovee v. Abper..
119 Cameron v. Mount. 182 Lowe v. Woods....
327 Clements v. McGinn..
150 Clow v. Pittsburgh Traction Co.. 135 Malsky v. Schumacker.
295 Collins v. United States..
52 Mansfield Insurance Com. v. Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Commonwealth v. Douglass. 321 Co
356 Commonwealth v. Gilbert 119 Matter of Badger
242 Consolidated Ice-Machine Co. v. Trenton Hygeian Ice Matter of Cancellation from Registry List.
146 Co 119 Matter of Clarissa E. Curtis
286 Cote v. Murphy. 128 Matter of Holt's Will..
231 Craft Refrigerator Co. v. Quinnipial Brewing Co.. 355 Matter of Howell Thomas
271 Crandall v. Allen.. 199 Matter of Lum Sin Yung.
410 Cunningham v. Eutrekill. 288 Matter of Looram..
135 Matter of Racy
252 Dakin v. Dakin 15 Matter of Tax of Ella S. Hoffman, deceased
319 Dammert v. Osborne. 182 McDaniel v. State.
135 De Ham v. Mexican N. R. Co.. 166 McHugh v. Schlosser
327 Driessen v. State. 182 McLane v. Elder.
119 Monahan v. State..
15 Eldridge v. Heaton 135 Morgan v. Daniels
363 Exchange Nat. B’k of Spokane v. Bank of Little Rock. 126 Murray v. Gast Lith, and Eng. Co..
287 Murray v. Peterson
199 Farmer v. State... 410 Murray v. Peterson
150 Farrell v. School Dist., etc.
167 First Nat. B'k of Cobleskill v. Emmet. 263 Netherland-American Steam Co. v. Hollander.
327 New York & New England R, Co. v. Town of Bristol... 171 N. N. & M. V. Co. v. Eifort..
289 Gabert v. Olcott.. 135 Nortbwestern Trav. Men's Asso. v. Schauss.
231 Geraghty v. New
355 German Sav. B’k of Baltimore v. Renshaw
295 Gibson v. Minneapolis, St. P. & S. S. Ry. Co. 31 Odone v. New England Mortgage Security Co..
182 Grant v. City of Fitcbburg 13 Osborne & Co. v. Francis.
231 Grant v. Grant 355 Osburn y. Throckmorton.
135 Greenfield y. Getman 268 Oyster & Fish Co. v. Bank
440 Greenwood et al. v. Town of Westport.
855 Gump v. Sibley.. 263 Palmer v. Banfield..
182 Palmer v. State.
376 Hague v. Wheeler.. 31 Parker v. State
327 Hallack v. Loft 166 Payne v. Payne.
410 Halle's Curator v. Texas & P. Ry. Co. 376 People v. Attridge..
193 Hammond, Geo, H., Co. v. Johnson
199 People, ex rel. Edison Gen. Electric Co., v. Barker, et al. 163 Hannig v. Hannig..
327 People, ex rel. Second Ave. R. R. Co., v. Barker et al. 162 Harper v. State.. 327 People v. Berlin..
327 Hayward v. Lopes. 182 People v. Crews.
410 Hayward Homestead Tract Ass'n v. Miller..
135 | People, ex rel. Keene, v. Board of Supervisors of Hill v. Rich Hill Coal Min. Co... 231 Queens County
351 Holmes v. First Nat. Bank of Lincoln. 182 People v. Curtis.
13 People v. De Foor.
166 Irving v. Britton.. 323 People v. Ewer
305 People v. Gardineer.
15 Jaeger v. Bowery Bank of New York... 375 | People v. Gordon.
150 Johnson v. Chesapeake & O. Ry. Co.... 231 People v. Gardner
135 Johnson v. Johnson.. 135 | People v. Hill..
135 Johpson v. Watson.... 182 People v. Morphy
166 Johoson St. Steel Rail Co. v. Wm. Wharton, Jr., et al., 223 | People v. Petrea.
People v. Pierce....
Sandford v. Peck
Page. 52 Taylor v. McGrath...
376 150 Territory v. Cook.
150 135 Thompson v. Stanley
166 5 Threlkel v. Scott,
135 317 Tillinghast v. Boston & Pt. Royal Lumber Co.
231 376 Tillinghast v. B. & P. R. Lumber Co...
150 Towle v. Wadsworth.....
166 31 295 United States v. Swan
31 11 United States v. James et al.
401 167 United States, ex rel. International Contracting Co., v. 132 Lamont
256 Upper Potomac Steamboat Co. v. Blake et al..
263 354 Utzman v. State
199 410 30 Vanderpoel v. Gorman.
158 336 Van Winkle v. Satterfield.
376 10 Voss v. King
278 405 335 Watson v. Watson..
293 327 Webb v. Hawkins Lumber Co.
376 410 Weitzner v. Thingstad ...
119 119 Wendt v. Chicago, St. P., M. & 0. Ry. Co..
263 148 Western Union Telegraph Co. v. Hutchinson
278 119 Western Union Telegraph Co. v. Smith.
15 376 Wiedenfield v. Gallagher..
199 26 Williams v. State ,
166 295 Wilson v. King.
410 55 Wise et al. v. Grant.
284 119 Wolert v. Arledge.
77 55 Wolf v, Buttner
182 270 Wupsch v. Weber
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a consideration of the work of the Constitutional ALBANY, JANUARY 6, 1894.
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generously for the social side of the meeting.
Governer Flower has invited the members of Tis announced that Senator Dolph will address the association to attend his annual reception
the Bar Association on the 16th inst. upon the to the members of the Legislature, to be held on subject of law reform. The Senator is better the evening of the 16th. known as a lawyer at the West perhaps than in The association will entertain its members this State, but aside from his well-earned repu- and guests at the Fort Orange Club at luncheon tation as a senator, he is well known to the pro- on the 17th, at the recess between the morning fession in the State of New York as a lawyer. and afternoon meetings, and in the evening a What he has to say upon this interesting sub- reception will be tendered by the association ject will be well worth hearing and considering to the judges of the Court of Appeals and
The address of President J. Newton Fiero justices of the Supreme Court of the State. will be upon a kindred topic, “ Law Reform in | These social functions will enable the memthe State of New York.” Mr. Fiero has devoted bers of the bar to meet each other and make much time and attention to the study and dis new acquaintances and renew old ones as well cussion of this subject, and has been active in as to meet the chief executive and members of the association before and since becoming its the judiciary of the State. president, in promoting law reform in the State in its different phases. He touched upon the The presence of Vice-President Adlai E. subject in his address last year, but the subject Stevenson as one of the speakers at the meetis doubly interesting at this time, in view of the ing of the association on the evening of the coming Constitutional Convention. His criti- | 16th at the Assembly Chamber, will give added cism of the Code of Procedure as it now exists, interest to this gathering. Aside from his reas made at that time, created much interest and lation to the Federal government, the vicewas well received by the bar.
president has, before as well as since he has Among others who will read papers or deliver held his present position, obtained a well deaddresses relative to the Judiciary Article of the served reputation for ability and capacity as a Constitution with reference to the coming con- presiding officer, not only, but as a man of varied vention are Walter S. Logan, of New York city; accomplishments, great versatility and possessHon. William H. Robertson, of Westchester; ing the power of concisely and clearly expressHon. Augustus Schoonmaker, of the third dis-ing his views upon all subjects. trict; Louis Marshall, John B. Stanchfield, Martin W. Cooke and Norris Morey, representing The question whether an attorney or solicitor the other districts of the State.
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