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CIVIL
PROCEDURE REPORTS

CONTAINING CASES UNDER THE

CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

AND

THE GENERAL CIVIL PRACTICE

OF THE

STATE OF NEW YORK.

REPORTED WITH NOTES
BY

HENRY H. BROWNE

OF THE NEW YORK BAR.



WITH A REFERENCE TO THE SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF CIVIL PRO-
CEDURE CONSTRUED OR CITED IN THE OPINIONS CONTAINED IN THE
FOLLOWING REPORTS, ISSUED DURING THE PERIOD COVERED BY
THIS VOLUME : NEW YORK REPORTS, VOL. 102 ; HUN'S
REPORTS, VOL. 40 ; N. Y. SUPERIOR COURT REPORTS,
VOLS. 52 AND 53 ; DEMAREST'S REPORTS, VOL. 4 ;
AND N. Y. CIVIL PROCEDURE REPORTS, VOL. 9.



VOLUME X.

NEW YORK:

S. S. PELOUBET,

LAW PUBLISHER AND BOOKSELLER,

80 NASSAU STREET.

1887.




COPYRIGHT,

8 8. PELOUBET.

1887.



CONTENTS.



Sections of the I
Code of Civil Procedure, f Page

14 GILLMAN v. BYRNES 46

Contempt; effect on order adjudging party in
contempt of modification on appeal of order, the
disobedience of which constituted the contempt.

55 WEBB v. MILNE 27

Attorney; when employment of, ends; appeal by
new attorney without substitution.

73, 77 HOAQ v. WESTON 92

Purchase of claim by justice of the peace, for
the purpose of bringing suit thereon; when no
defense.

Ill N. Y. CENTRAL, & HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD Co. v.

SHEPHERD 153

Discharge from imprisonment; person impris-
oned under an order of arrest issued before judg-
ment cannot be discharged under section 111, of
the Code of Civil Procedure; construction of
that section.

Ill PEOPLE ex rel. LUST v. GRANT 158

PEOPLE ex rel. SOLOMON v. GRANT 158

Same subject; section 111, applies whether per-
son imprisoned is held under au execution or an
order of arrest, or any other mandate against the
person; discharge to be made without formal
application; section 111, is constitutional and
should be liberally construed ; order of arrest is a
mandate. .

Ill WARSHAUER v. WEBB 169

Same subject; person imprisoned under an order
of arrest issued before judgment cannot be
discharged under section 111 of the Code of Civil
Procedure.

111 People ex rel. MacDonald v. Grant 171, note.

People ex rel. Monett v. Grant 171, note.

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iv CONTENTS.

Sections of the )

Code of Civil Procedure. f Page

People ex rel. Chatillon v. Grant 171, note.

Same subject; section 111 is constitutional
111 People ex rel. Kiernan v. Grant 172, note.

Same subject; discharge of person imprisoned
uuder execution.
Ill In re Berry 173, note.

Same subject; person imprisoned for contempt,

when not discharged
111 People ex rel. Sodding v. Grant 174, note.

Same subject; person imprisoned under order of

arrest not entitled to discharge.

Ill NOTE ON SECTION 111 OP THE CODE OF ClVIL PRO-
CEDURE 171

149 et seq. PEOPLE ex rel. LUST v. GRANT 158

PEOPLE ex rel. SOLOMON v. GRANT 158

Jail liberties ; mode of being admitted to.

417 WELDE v. HENDERSON 214

Summons; when not invalidated by containing
matter not required to be stated therein.

446, 447 TURNER v. CONANT. s 192

Complaint; when, in equitable action states suffi-
cient facts; proper parties to such action.

449 BAYER v. PHILLIPS 227

General guardian of infants; when action may be
brought by in his own name.

449 H ARNETT v. MORRIS 223

Same subject.

452 TURNER v. CONANT 192

Proper parties to equitable action.

468 et seq. BAYER v. PHILLIPS 227

When general guardian of infant may bring
action in his own name.

468 et seq. HARNETT v. MORRIS 223

Same subject.

484 WEEKS v. KETELTAS 43

Joinder of causes of action; when action on con-
tract cannot be joined with one for tort.

495 subd. 4 GRANGE t>. GILBERT 98

Demurrer; grounds of, to counter-claim

500, 501 PENDERGAST v. GREENFIELD 231

Counter-claim; when individual demand may be
set up as a, by person sued as trustee.

501 ST. MICHAELS P. E. CHURCH v. BEHRENS 181

Counter-claim; in action against several defend-



CONTENTS.



Sections of the (

M



Code of Civil Procedure. ) Page

ants ou a joint demand, a claim in favor of one of
them cannot be set up as a.

501 LUSH 0. ADAMS 60

Counter-claim; judgment on joint liability can-
not be set off against individual demands.
When failure to reply cannot be taken advan-
tage of.

501 GRANGE . GILBERT 98

Counter-claim; instance of, held to be connected
with the subject-matter of the action ; when
assumed to state sufficient facts.

501 subd. 2 MOODY v. STEELE 67

Counter-claim ; when not necessary that cause
of action set up as, belonged to defendant at
commencement of action.

502 PENDERGAST v. GREENFIELD 231

Counter-claim ; allowance of, in action brought
against trustee.

502 subd. 1, 3 WILLOVER v. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP OLEAN. .-. 80
Counter-claim ; when claim against plaintiff's
assignor, cannot be set up as ; when assignor
not held to be person beneficially interested.

531 HoAGfl. WESTON 92

Bill of particulars; when objection to want of
verification waived ; when variance between it
and evidence immaterial.

542 DAWSON t>. BOGART 56

Pleading ; when may be amended of course.
When time to so amend not extended

544 STAUNTON v. SWAN 12

Supplemental complaint ; when facts arising
after the commencement of action cannot be set
up by.

544 MILLER v. JOHNSON , 205

Supplemental complaint ; when leave to serve
not granted ; claim barred by statute of limita-
tions cannot be set up in.

561 N. Y. CENTRAL & HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD Co. v.

SHEPHERD 153

Order of arrest ; when in proper form ; is a
mandate.

603 WHITE, STOKES AND ALLEN . CAXTON BOOK-BIND-
ING Co.. . 146



vi CONTENTS.

Sections of the }

Code of Civil Procedure, f Page

CAXTON BOOK-BINDING Co. v. WHITE, STOKES AND

ALLEN ' 146

Injunction restraining prosecution of action in
another State ; when not granted; when plaintiff
in two actions for same case, one in this State,
and one in another State, required to elect
between them.

872 et seq. Estate of CATHERINE M. McCROSKET 176

Examination of witnesses before trial in surro-
gate's court.

987 BERGMAN v. NOBLE 190

Change of place of trial for convenience of
witnesses; when motion for, denied because all of
the defendants did not join in it.

1013 BATES 0. EAGLETON MANUFACTURING COMPANY 218

Reference; what must appear on nwtion for, on *
the ground that the examination of a long account
is required.

1013 McCAi,L . MOSCHCOWITZ 107

Review of order of reference on appeal from final
judgment.

1186 WALSH e. BOWERY SAVINGS BANK 32

Special verdict; when not sufficient ; what must
be determined by ; costs.

1214,1215 SAYERS . MILLER 69

Judgment by default; proof required' on taking
in action of ejectment.

1292 MARKET NATIONAL BANK u. PACIFIC NATIONAL

BANK 19

Restitution ; by what courtordered when judgment
set aside; laches; effect of pendency of action to
recover money, the restitution of which is sought.

1300 WEBB . MILNE 27

When employment of attorney ends; appeal by
new attorney without substitution.

1315 HASSLER . TURNBULL 240

Case on appeal; what should contain.

1316, 1349 MCCALL v. MOSCHCOWITZ 107

Interlocutory judgment ; review of intermediate
order on appeal from. Review of order of refer-
ence on appeal from final judgment. Waiver of
objection to order of reference. Order of deter-
mining issues and distributing assets in action to



CONTENTS. vii



Sections of the 1

e. 1



Code of Civil Procedure, f Page

dissolve copartnership. Various rules as to the
admission of exceptions to evidence in equitable
action. Determination of referee, how reviewed.
When good will of copartnership business not
partnership asset.

1323 MARKET NATIONAL BANK . PACIFIC NATIONAL

BANK 19

Restitution; when, and by what court ordered,
when judgment set aside.

1349 McCALL v. MOSCHCOWITZ 107

Review of interlocutory order on appeal from
final judgment.

1353. HASSLER v. TURNBTJLL 240

Case on appeal ; what, should contain ; power of
referee in settling.

1626 FEARING . CORNISH , 77

Referee's fees and disbursements; when referee
to sell mortgaged premises, cannot apply deposit
in his hands on account of.

1673,1674 NIEBUHR v. SCHRKYER 72

Lis pendens ; when, may be filed by defendant;
power of court to cancel.

1775 HAFNEU & SCHOEN FURNITURE Co. v. GRUMME 176

Corporation; allegations in complaint in actions
by or against, as to whether foreign or domestic.

1835, 1836 KRILL v. BUOWNELL 8

Reference of claim against executor; right of suc-
cessful party to disbursements.

1904 BIRKETT 0. KNICKERBOCKER ICE COMPANY 52

Death ; measure of damages in action for caus-
ing; contributory negligence; when negligence
of parent defeats recovery in action, for causing
death of child.

2463, 2464 DECAMP v. DEMPSEY " 210

Supplementary proceedings; when trust fund
cannot be reached in ; application for receiver
denied.

2538-2540 ESTATE OF CATHERINE M. MCCROSKEY 178

Examination of witnesses before trial in surro-
gate's court, when ordered.

2749 ESTATE OF JULIA KING 175

Funeral expenses; sale of decedent's real prop-
erty to pay.



viii CONTENTS.

Sections of th
Vode of Civil Proced^j**. ) Page

2750, 276 ESTATE OF CATHERINE ROSENFIELD .............. 201

Sale of decedent's real property for the payment
of debts. When judgment rendered after trial
upon the merits. Accounting. When debts
charged upon real property by will.

3980 DKYER v. SEXSMITH ......................... 29

Commission; when motion for properly denied in
action in justice's court. Objection to insufficiency
of pleadings or evidence first taken on appeal is
too late.

B137 HOAO v. WESTON ............................... 92

Purchase of claim by justice of the peace, for the
purpose of bringing suit thereon : when not a
defense.

3232 Note on the Award of Costs on Determining Demurrer

where there is also an Issue of Fact .............. 88

3232 WILLOVER . FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OLEAN ____ 80
Costs of demurrer to answer.

3246 KRILL v. BROWNELL ............................ 8

Disbursements; right of party succeeding, in ref-
erence to claim against executor to disbursements.
3251, sub'd 3 CARROLL v. WATTERS ........................... 6

Term fees, when not taxable.
3251, 2356 EVANS . FERGUSON ............................ 57

Costs; when motion to dismiss complaint not a
trial; term fees when allowed; when trial does
not occupy more than two days; witness fees.

3297 3307 ) RACE Q ............................. a

sub'd 9



Referee's fees; amount of, for selling real prop-
erty pursuant to decree in action for partition,
and distributing the proceeds.



Page
Adams, Lush v 60

B.

Bates v. Eagleton M'f'g Co. . . 218

Bayer v. Phillips 227

Behrens, St. Michael's Church

v 181

Bergman v. Noble 190

' Berry, In re note, 173

Birkctt v. Knickerbocker Ice

Co ., 52



Page

De Camp v. Dempsey 210

Dempsey, De Camp v 210

Dryer v. Sexsmith 29

E.

Eagleton MTg Co., Bates v. . 218

Evans v. Ferguson 57

P.

Fearing v. Cornish 77

Ferguson, Evans v 57



G.



Bogart, Dawson v 56 First Nat. Bank of Olean,

Borst, People ex rel. v. Grant. Willover v 80

note, 173
Bowery Savings Bank, Walsh

v 32

Brownell, Krill 8 Gilbert, Grange v 98

Byrnes, Gilman v 46 Gilbert, Race v 1

Gilman v. Byrnes 46

C.



Carroll v. Walters 6

Caxton Book- binding Co.,

White, Stokes & Allen v. 146
Caxton Book-binding Co. v.

White, Stokes & Allen .. 146
Chattillon, People ex rel. v.

Grant note, 171

Conant, Turner 192

Cornish, Fearing v 77

D.

Dawson v. Bogart 56



Grange v. Gilbert 98

Grant, People ex rel. Borst v.

note, 173
Grant, People ex rel. Chatillon

v note, 171

Grant, People ex rel. Kiernan v.

note, 172

Grant, People ex rel. Lust v. . 158
Grant, People ex rel. MacDon-

ald v note, 171

Grant, People ex rel. Monett v.

note, 171
Grant, People ex rel. Sodding v.

note, 174
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TABLE OF CASES EEPOETED.



Page
Grant, People ex rel. Solomon

v 158

Greenfield, Pendergast v 231

Grumme, Hafner & Schoen

Furniture Co. v . . . 176



H.

Hafner & Schoen Furniture

Co. 13. Grumme 176

Harnett v. Morris 223

Hassler v. Turnbull 240

Henderson, Welde v 214

Hoag v. Weston 92



J.



Johnson, Miller 205



Keteltas, Week v 43

Kiernan, People ex rel. v.

Grant note, 172

King, Estate of Julia 175

Knickerbocker Ice Co., Birk-

ettfl 52

Krill v. Brownell. .



Lust, People, ex rel, v. Grant. 158
Lush 0. Adams 60

M.

Mac Donald, People ex rel. v.

Grant note, 171

Market Nat. Bank c. Pacific

Nat. Bank 19

McCall v. Moschcowitz 107

McCroskey, Estate of 178

Miller v. Johnson 205

Miller, Sayres v 69

Milne, Webb v 27



Page
Monett, People, ex rel. v.

Grant note, 171

Moody v. Steele 67

Morris, Harnet t> 223

Moschcowitz, McCall 107



N.

^iebuhr v. Schreyer 72

J'Toble, Bergman 190

N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Co. c.

Shepherd 153

P.

Pacific Nat. Bank, Market

Nat. Bank v 19

j'eudergast . Greenfield 231

People, ex rel. Borst v. Grant

note, 173.
People ex rel. Chatillon v.

Grant note, 171

People, ex rel. Keirnan v. Grant

note, 172
People, ex rel. Lust v. Grant. . 158
People ex rel. Mac Donald v.

Grant note, 171

People ex rel. Monett v. Grant

note, 171
Peoyle ex rel. Rodding v. Grant

note, 174
People ex rel. Solomon v.

Grant 158

Phillips, Bayer v . 227

R.

Race c. Gilbert 1

Rodding, People ex rel. v. Grant

note, 174
Rosenfield, Estate of 201



Sayres v. Miller 69



TABLE OF CASES REPORTED.



xi



Schreyer <o. Niebuhr v

Sexsmith, Dryer v>

Shepherd, N. Y. C. & H. R.

R. R. Co. v

Solomon, People ex rel. v. Grant.

Staunton v. Swarm

Steele, Moody v

St. Michael's Church v. Beh-

rens

Swarm, Staunton v.



T.



Page

72
29

153

158

12

67

181
12



Turnbull, Hassler v.
Turner 9. Conant. . .



W.

Page
Walsh v. Bowery Savings

Bauk . . 32

Warshauer v. Webb 169

Waiters, Carroll v 6

Webb v. Milue 27

Webb, Warshauer v 169

Week v. Keteltas 43

Welde v. Henderson 214

Weston, Hoag v 92

White, Stokes & Allen v. Cax-

ton Book-binding Co. ... 146
White Stokes and Allen,

Caxton Book-binding Co.



146



240 Willover v. First Nat. Bank
192 of Olean . .



80



TABLE OF GASES CITED

IN THE OPINIONS.



a affirmed; ap- approved; d distinguished; e explained; f fol-
lowed; nf not followed; o overruled;
q questioned ; r reversed.

A.

Cases. Where Reported. Page Cited
Argallc. Pitt 78 N. Y. 239 71

B.

Bank of Genesee c. Patchin Bank. 13 K Y. 309 177

Barton. Hirarod 8 N. Y. 483 42

Belknap v. Mclntyre 2 Abb. Pr. 366. . 88

Berry v, Brett 6 Bosw. 672 238

Birkhead t. Brown 5 Hill, 641 41

Bradley v. DeGourcouria 67 How. Pr. 76 189

Brick v. Tanner 36 Hun, 52 156

Brown e. People 75 N. Y. 437 164

Butler v. Kidder 87 N. Y. 98 189

C.

Gameron v. Freeman 18 How. Pr. 310 123

Camp v. Ingersoll 86 N. Y. 433 123

Carpenter . Manhattan Life In-
surance Co 93 N. Y. 552 (aff'g 22 Hun, 49)

f. 105, 235, note

Carr v. Carr 52 K Y. 251 41, d. 42

Casey 0. Dwyre 15 Hun, 153 41, f. 42

Church. Kidd 3 Hun, 254 128

Claflin v. Farmers' and Citizens'

Bank 25 N. Y. 298 f. 124

Claflin 0. Hamlin 62 How. Pr. 284 150

Coates v. First Nat'l Bank 91 N. Y. 20 89, note

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XIV



TABLE OF CASES CITED.



Ca8eg Where Reported, Page Cited

Cocbran's Executor v. Ingersoll. .66 N. Y. G52 f. 1

Conroe . Conroe 47 Penn. 198 209

Conroe v. Nat'l Protective Ins.

Co 10 How. Pr. 403 187

Corbin.Knapp. ' 5 Hun, 197 d. 209

D.

Daggett t>. Mead H Abb. N. C. 116 nf. 9

Dehon . Foster 4 Allen (Pa.) 545 1

Dinsmore t>. Neresheimer 32 Hun, 204 150

Duncan v. Ray 19 Wend. 530

Dennis e. Jones 1 Dem. 80 2

Durham t>. Lee 87 N. Y. 599 M9

E.
Erwinc. Oregon &c. Co 28 Hun, 269 f- 18

F.



Fowler v. Mutual Tns. Co 28 Hun, 195

Frick . Barber 68 Pa. St. 120.

Fuller t>. Van Gleesen 4 Hill, 171

Fullerton v. McCurdy 4 Lans. 132



G.

Gatewood . Bolton 48 Mo. 78 133

Gatfield . Hanson 57 How. Pr. 333

Glen & Hall M'fg Co. . Hall. . . .61 N. Y. 226 f. H

Globe Ins. Co., In re 2 Edw. Ch. 622 238

Goodell t>. People 5 Park. Crim. 206

Graham . Golding 7 How. Pr. 260 1

H.

Hall 9. Edmunds ...67 How. Pr. 202 ap. 19

Hanenstein . Kull 59 How. Pr. 24 22G

Hatfield*. Roper 21 Wend. 615 ...d. 51

Highland t>. Sherman 2 E. D. Smith, 234 1

Hill t>. Covell 1 N. Y. 522 41

Hubbard v. Nat'l Protective Ins.

Co 11 How. Pr. 149 187

Hubbell . Schreyer 4 Daly, 362 128



TABLE OF CASES CITED. xv



I.

Cases. Where Reported. Page Cited

Irving Nat'l Bank v. Corbett 10 Abb. N. C. 85 177

Ives v. Miller. 19 Barb. 196 nf. 238

K.
Keep t>. Kaufman 56 N. Y. 332 45

L.

Langley v. Warren 3 K Y. 827 41

Li ndsley v. Ferguson 99 N. Y. 626 18

Long Island Bank v. Townsend. .Hill & Den. Supp. 204 64

Lupton v. Lupton 2 Johns. Cli. 614 205

M.

Mancleville v. Marvin 30 Hun, 282 132

Manning v. Monaghan 23 N. Y. 539 41, 42

Martin v. Kunzmuller 37 N. Y. 296 85

Masters v. Bernard 6 How. Pr. 113 88

' McGarry v. Loomis 63 N. Y. 104 '. 54

McNamara v. Canada Steamship

Co 11 Daly, 297 d. 123

MclSTaughton v. Cameron 44 Barb. 406 64

McMahon v. Allen .12 How. Pr. 39 18

Millers. Miller 32 Hun, 481; S. C., 67 How. Pr.

135 ..nf. 9, nf. 11

Miller v. Receivers of Franklin

Bank 1 Paige, 444 238

Milliners. Lucas.... 3 Hun, 496 128

Mills v. Bliss 55 N. Y. 139 70

' Mitchell's Case. 12 Abb. Pr. 249 f. 130

Mora v. Sun Mut. Ins. Co 13 Abb. Pr. 308; S. C., 22 How.

Pr. 60 88

Mowry v. Peet 13 N. Y. Week. Dig. 16; S. C.,

88 N. Y. 453 , 11

Muloch v. Muloch 1 Edw. Ch. 14 128

Murphy v. Orr 96 N. Y. 14 53

Myer v. Davis 22 N. Y. 489 85

Myer's Case 2 Abb. Pr. 476 213

N.

Nat'l Fire Ins. Co. v. Celluloid

Shoe Protector Co 17 N. Y. Week. Dig. 262. ..39, note



xvi TABLE OF CASES CITED.

Cases. Where Reported. Page Cited

Neudecker . Kolberg 3 Daly, 407 141

N. Y. Central & Hudson R. R.

Co. 9. Shepherd. 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 153. nf. 166, f. 171

O.

Osgood 9. De Groot 36 N. Y. 348 238

Osgood 9. Ogden 4 Keyes, 70 236, note, d. 237

P.

Parker v. Laney. . . . .58 N. Y. 539 . . 41

People exrel Lust 9. Grant 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 158 nf. 171

People ex rel. Rodding v. Grant. .10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 174, note . . .153

People 9. Booth 32 N. Y. 397 85

People 9. Cassity . 46 N. Y. 51 187

People 9. Williamsburgh Turn-
pike & Bridge Co 47 N. Y. 586 42

Peters 9. Henry 6 Johns. 278 164

Phoenix Bank 9. Donnell 40 N. Y. 410... 177

Plumb 9. Plumb 4 Y. & C. (Eng. Chy.) 345. . .f. 2QO



Q.

Quimby v. Claflin 27 Hun, 611 f. 207, 209

Quincey v. Young 5 Daly, 327 f. 140

R.

Race 9. Gilbert 32 Hun, 360 r. 1

Read v. Lozan 31 Hun, 286 d. 123

Receiver Middle District Bank,

In re 1 Paige, 585 f. 23*8

Reynolds 9. Reynolds 16 N Y. 257. . . , 205

Robertson 9, Fillings 8 Daly, 153 132

Runyan 9. Merserau 11 Johns. 534 89, note

S.

Schubart v. Hnrteau 34 Barb. 447 65

Segelkin 9. Meyer 14 Hun, 593 226

Seward . Jackson 8 Cow. 406 41

Street r. Rothchild 1 . . .12 Abb. N. C. 383 123

Srudwell 9. Baxter 33 Hun, 331 59

Button 9. Newton 7 K Y. Civ. Pro. 333. ap. 9, ap. 11



TABLE OF CASES CITED. xvii



T.

Cases. Where Reported. Page Cited

Taylor v. Mayor 82 N. Y. 10 85

Third Nat'l Bank c. McKinstry. .2 Hun, 443 59

Thomas v. Bennett 56 Barb. 197 226

Tiffany v. Bowerman 2 Hun, 643 f. 18

U.
Ubsdcll c. Root .1 Hilt. 173 f. 124

V.

Vail v. Knapp 49 Barb. 299 150

Van Dyke v. Jackson 1 E. D. Smith, 419 f. 141

Vann v. Rouse 94 N. Y. 401 188

W.

Waddell v. Darling 51 N. Y. 327 f. 230

Ward c. Sands 10 Abb. N. C. 60 f. 28

Webb v. Overman 6 Abb. Pr. 92 213

Westcott v. Hull 17 Johns. 284 39 note

West t>. Skip 1 Ves. (Eng. Chy.) 242 141

Weston v. Worden 19 Wend. 648 207, 209

Wheeler . Raymond 5 Cow. 231 87

White v. Kane 7 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 267 205

Williams t>. Cooper 1 Hill, 637 207, 209

Willink v. Renwick 22 Wend. 608... 207, 209

Wells v. Henshaw 3 Bosw. 625 65

Y.

Young v. Cuddy 23 Hun, 249 tt 11

VOL. X. B



STATUTES, ETC., CITED.



SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
CITED.

Section Page Section Page
Ch. XVIII, 5 2021215 71


55


28


1233


36


70 ...


.... 886, 179


1292


... . . 26


83-87


95


1300


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Ill .154, 160,
149


162, 164, 165, 166
164


1316


122


1347 .


121


150


164


1349 . . .


122


446


198


1351


. . 122


447 . ...


198


1563


4


452


198


1568 .. ..


... 4


469


227


1570


4


483


44


1673


75


495, eubd. 4. .


99


1676


78


500


23(i


1775


177


501


99, 101


2538 . .


179


501


230


2539


180


501


189


2540


180


501


239


2559


205


501, subd. 2.


69


2749


175


502, subd. 1.


84


2750


204


502 subd. 3. .


87


2756 ,


204


502


236


2759, subd. 5 . .


204


502, subd. 3..


239


2759, subd. 5. .


205


531


94


3137 .. .


94


572


157, 166


3241


... 11


872


179


3243


11


1013


123


3246


11


1013
1086


222

41


3297
380T snhrl 2


a

170






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xx STATUTES, ETC., CITED.



SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF PROCEDURE CITED.

Section Page

311-322 10

317 9, 11



SECTIONS OF THE PENAL CODE CITED.

136-139 . . .95



SESSION LAWS CITED.

Laws of 1848, chap. 379 9

" 1851 " 479 9

" 1860 " 355 188

" 1877 " 416 236

" 1877 " 417 9

" 1877 " 417 1, subd. 3 [8] 10

" 1877 " 417 1, subd. 23, 2 9

" 1880 " 245 10

" 1880 " 245 1, subds. 4, 55, 2, 3, subd. 8 10

" 1886 " 672 160, 161

" 1886 " 672 5 170

" 1886 " 672 7 162



NEW YORK REVISED STATUTES CITED.

FIRST EDITION.

2 R. S. pp. 88, 89 36, 37 11

2 R. S. p. 267 235 94

2 R. S. p. 854 18 '. 237

2 R. S. p. 354 18, subd. 8 85



STATUTES, ETC.. CITED. xxi

SIXTH EDITION.
2 R. S. p. 427 94

TEXT BOOKS, ETC. CITED.

2 Bliss' Code 252 39, note

Story on Agency 140 39, note

12 U. S. Digest (1st. series) 192 248 65

Whurton on Agency 178, 073 39, note



xxii STATUTES, ETC., CITED.



SECTIONS OF CODE OF PROCEDURE.

CONSTRUED OB ClTED IN THE OPINIONS CONTAINED IN
THE FOLLOWING REPOKTS, ISSUED DURING THE PERIOD COV-

ERED BY THIS VOLUME ; New York Eeports, Vol. 1
Hun's Reports, Vol. 40; N. Y. Superior Court Reports
Vols. 52, 53 ; Demarest's Surrogate Reports, Vol. 4 ; Civil
Procedure Reports, Vol. 10.



66 Loaner's Bank t>. Nostrand ........... 53 N. Y. Super. 52 >.

66 Smith v. Central Trust Co ............ 4 Dem. 75.

Hall v. Dusenbury ................... 4 Dem. 181.

Close v. Shute ............... ........ 4 Dem - 546 '

73 HoU* Western ..................... 10 K Y. Civ. Pro. 92.

73 Fowler *.Callan ..................... 102 N. Y. 395.

II Fowler . Callan ..................... 102 N. Y. 395.

77 Hoag.Weston ..................... 10 N. Y Civ. Pro. 92.

90 Moore t>. Taylor ...................... 40 Hun > 56 '

111 N Y Central, etc. E. E. Co. v. Shepherd ION. Y. Civ. Pro. 153.
People ex rel, Lust *. Grant .......... ION. Y. Civ. Pro. 158.

War'hauer .. Webb ............... SJJSb&lff

141 rtseq. People ex rel. Lust . Grant... ION. Y. Civ. Pro. 159.
263 Popflnger v. Yutte .................. 102 N. Y. 38

Riibd 7 Fisher v. Charter Oak Life lus.

' CQ 9l ................... 52 N. Y. Super. 179.

266 Fisher v. Charter Oak*Life Ins. Co.... 52 N. Y. Super. 179.

Popfinger,. Yutte ................... 102 N. Y. 38.

379 KiPp'Hirsh ............ f^YST

381 Dwinelle^. Edy ..................... In J olf

399 Davison t>. Budlong .................. 40 Hun, 245.

400 Davison, .Budlong .................. f 2 TY 400

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STATUTES, ETC., CITED. xxiii

439 Hyatt v. Swivel 52 N. Y. Super. 1.

446 Turner v. Conant 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 192.

447 Turner v. Conant 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 192.

449 Harnett v. Morris 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 223.

Bayer v. Phillips 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 227.

452 Turner v. Conant. 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 192.

468, et seq. Harnett v. Morris 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 223

et seq. Bayer v. Phillips ION. Y. Civ. Pro. 227

484 Week T. Keteltas 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 43.

Taylor v. Metropolitan El. E. E. Co. . . 52 N. Y. Super. 299.

Baynor v. Brennan 40 Hun, 60.

495, subd. 4 Grange v. Gilbert 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 98.

500 Pendergast v. Greenfield 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 231.

501 Lush v. Adams , 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 60.

Grange t>. Gilbert 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 98.

St. Michael's Church v. Behrens 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 181.

Pendergast v. Greenfield 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 231.

subd. 2 Moody v. Steele 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 67.

502, subd. 1, 3 Willover v. First Nat. Bank

of Clean 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 80.

Pendergast v. Greenfield 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 231,

531 Hoag v. Weston 10 N. Y. Civ. Pro. 92!



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