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8 4024 .....:::::..
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Š 4041, subsec. 16...

$8 4800, 4807

629 1913, ch.
$$ 4290, 4300b, 4300c.. $8 4819, 4821..

995 1913, ch. 124, § 4

207 1913, ch. 212
CITY CHARTERS. Š 4955 ..

1913, ch. 241, § 1.
Los Angeles, & 10. Laws
§ 5999, subsec. 5......

1913 ch. 295..

245
1913, p. 1487.
§ 6055

1915, ch. 14............1030
Los Angeles, 8 14. Laws 8 7445-7457, 7459.:::
1913, p. 1488. .........

$7600, 7630, 7655......
Los Angeles, $ 21. Laws 8 7886..

MONTANA.
1913, p. 1490......839, 871

LAWS.

CONSTITUTION.
LAWS.

1909, p. 26. .......... 972 | Art. 13, $ 6............. 710
1903, p. 376.

1909, p. 334, § 1. ......
1903, pp. 380, 383, 384, ss 1911, ch. 159, § 129b....

REVISED CODES.
4,18; 26-29.............aunty

1911, ch. 228, 8
1903, p.

§ 3259, subsec. 64........
Amended by Laws® 1913,
399...........

$8 3690-3737
1909, p. 87.............

ch. 97, $ 22..

1913, ch. 97, § 22:::::
1909, P. 87, § 15. Amend-

| 8° 3850. Amended by Laws
1913, ch. 115, 88 3, 17...

1909, ch. 140, § 1.....
ed by Laws 1913, p. 145,

714
$ 16..

1913, ch. 159.......... 1$ 4820, subsec. 4......
1909, p. 115, § 136.:::::

889 $$ 4944, 4948.
1817, p. 484::..........

185, § 13......

188 4958,
1915,

4959, 5866,
1911, p. 1313.......

6494
1911' (Ex. Sess.) p. 42,

621
47. Amended by Laws

ch. 27, 88 12

§ 6526
6218

§ 6534
1913, p. 684...

ch. 28.

ŠS 6534, subsec. 2...
1911 (Ex, Sess.) p. 52. §

$ 6535, 6538........

8 6539 ..............
1911 (Ex. Sess.) p. 55, s

KANSAS.

$ 6560
67 ................831, 864

CONSTITUTION. $$ 6821, 6836, 6837.::
1911 (Ex. Sess.) p. 58, 8

8 6837. Amended by Laws
Bill of Rights, 88 2, 19...1030 | 1913, ch. 107.........
1913, p. 130.....

Art. 1, § 15....

. 1030 $8 6838, 6839.........
1913, p. 145, $ 16........ Art. 2, § 3, 6....... 1030 § 6839. ́ Amended by Law
1913, p. 283, § 12a, subsec. Art. 2, Š 16........ .265, 1030 1913, ch. 107.......
3. Amended by Laws Art. 2, °88 17, 20

265 8 6840
1915, P. 1081....

Art. 3, 13...
1913, p. 649, 22.....

rt. 6, $$ 3-8....
1913, p. 684..

rt. 11, $$ 3, 5-8.......

1030

& S028, subsec. 2..
1913, p. 1487, § 10.:

$$ 9147, 9415.... ... 198
1913, p. 1488, Š 14..

CODE OF CIVIL PROCE-
1913, p. 1490, $ 21....83

DURE.

LAWS.
1915, pp. 157, 161, 88 60, $ 102

1909, ch. 140, $ 1........
1916, p. 108i....:

265

1913, ch. 107. :
° 307

259

1915, ch. 14.............
§ 661
COLORADO.
$ 699 ..

NEVADA.
CODE OF CIVIL PROCE CODE OF CRIMINAL PRO-

REVISED LAWS.
DURE.

CEDURE.
88 53, 55...
$ 72.

$ 5419

........
$$ 146, 150...

257 5501
§ 186 ......

6428.
GENERAL STATUTES 1909. 6634.
REVISED STATUTES 1908.

Š 7160. Amended by Laws
$ 745 ............1124, 1127
88 568–585, 1591.......

°1915, ch. 157......
$ 994 ..................
88 3162-3164 ......

Š 1024

230

1887196, 7216, 7218, 7221,
8 3685 ...........

1235. Amended by Laws

s 1251 ................. 933
$ 5408 .

1913, ch. 84, § 2..... 1014
LAWS.

LAWS.
1502

262
1897, p. 125, § 6....
$ 5202

1915, ch. 157............ 78
1903, p. 257..........

ŠS 5251, 5338 ......
85695
$$ 5845, 5859..

NEW MEXICO.
IDAHO.
$5901

CONSTITUTION.
$ 6256
CONSTITUTION.
§ 6295

Art. 2, $ 20..
Art. 1, § 8......
$ 6343 ..

Art. 3, § 1.
Art.
$ 6487 ..

Art. 4, § 16.............
Art. 4, § 18.......

Art. 5, § 5.............. 385
Art. 5, § 1. .::.
ŠS 6722, 6726.

Art. 11, $ 6.........
Art. 7, §§ 7, iz::::

$8_7174, 7178, 7181, 7214,
7223

CODE 1915.
REVISED CODES. 8 9701 ..

246 $1877–1958 ........... 382
§ 1510 ...::::
88 1908 1909. ''

LAWS.

LAWS.
1983

378 1911, ch. 165, § 1. ...... 261 1912, ch. 84............. 382
Š 2732

1019 / 1912, ch, 84, $$ 35, 82....
§ 2792 ..

ch. 238, $ 21....235, 262
$ 3392 ...............

1911, ch. 238, § 39. ......

262
15

OKLAHOMA.
8 4054. subsec. 1.....
§ 4329. Amended by Law
1909, p. 26. ........

CONSTITUTION.
8 4439 ........:'.

1913, ch. 61, 1, item Art. 2, § 6.............. 676

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CONSTITUTION.
Art. 7, § 21......

LAWS.

Art. 6, § 23............. 948
Art. 9, 19..
Art. 9. & 39..

:1170 1895, ch. 43, art. 3498 BARI COMPILED LAWS 1907.
Art. 1o, §8 5, 8, 12, 13, 19,
22
1895, ch. 43, art. 3, 82

$ 1212. Amended by Laws
Art. 12, 8g 2, 3..........
'Amended by Laws 1897,

1909, ch. 109..........

952
ch. 32, art. 4, 81...513,

911
STATUTES 1893.

2561. Amended by Laws
$ 3931 ..::::

1897, ch. 32, art. 9, $ 2562.
:

Amended by Laws
88 4442, 4444, 4445...

.........513.

545 1915, ch. 111..........
8 5643. Amended by Laws 1909, ch. 10, art. 1.... 1157 2588. Amended by Laws

1895, ch. 43, art. 3, i 1909, ch. 14, art. 7...... 65 1909, ch. 63........... 773
8 2 ...............513, 545 | 1911, ch. 70,' $ 13........ 557 $ 2593. Amended by Laws

1913, ch. 121............1166 1915, ch. 111.......... 773
WILSON'S REVISED AND

107, art. 2a, § 1

$ 2826 .................
1916,
ANNOTATED STAT-

174..
8 3707

959
UTES 1903.

88 4730, 4732.:"""""

948
§ 1 ............ccccrr

OREGON.

LAWS.
COMPILED LAWS 1909. CONSTITUTION.

1907, ch. 88..

948

1909, ch. 63.
& 168 .......
. 345 Art. 10..........106, 897

1909, ch. 109
$ 1195 ..
542

106 1911, ch. 93..
ŠS 1312–1332 ..... .1170

101 1915, ch. 111

773
8° 3800 ...
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399
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646

106
8 6094 ..
542

101 WASHINGTON.
Š 6094, subsec. 3....... 542

106
Š 6095
542 Art. 9, § 7.......

106 CONSTITUTION.
Art. 11, § 2.....

Art. 1, § 3.............
REVISED LAWS 1910.
LORD'S OREGON LAWS.

Art. 1, § 21....

433
$ 153

Art. 7, § 2..

785
8 942

. 1157
$ 53 ......

749
Art. 11, § 6............

163
1005

1188
$ 159

753
š 1170

334
ŠS 186-192 ..

685

REMINGTON & BALLIN-
Š 1695

.1190
8 283 et seq.............

GER'S CODE.
$$ 1798,
65 $ 425 ..
685

603
$ 2232

334
| Š 548

165
§ 2260

.1193
$ 551

685
$ 172, 173...

S01
2865

346
1$$ 670, 671.

428
$$ 181, 182.....

1106
391

..1107
2344.

226, subsec. 12.

820
56
§ 804 .........

820
8 3346 ....
665

..1107
3482
$ 939, subsec. 1..

subsec. 3.

465
&3384, 3393, 3401: 521 | Š 1020. Amended by Laws

824
4032
654 1911, p. 127...........

subsec. 3..... 814
8 4102 ..
1194 $ 1704 ....

824
$$ 4469, 4471..... 545

$84569,"457i:
759307 :::

190
§ 4642

56 | 8° 4586. Amended by Laws
8 4695

. 1143
1°1911, p. 244..........

796
ŠS 4701, 4702 ..
..1166 $8 6114-6125

Š 967

.1107
8 4703
514 Š° 6121. Amended by Laws

$$ 1105-1107, 1157.... 820
§ 4738
.1167 1915, p. 62.........

$1161

444
8 4759
356 / 8 6186 ..

$8 118i, • *1188; 1190,
8 4779
355 8 6679, 6684, 6784-6815.: 903

"1190a .....

457
§ 4787
:1182

§ 1716, subsec. 1...

811
CITY CHARTERS.
$8 4838, 4839.

$ 1739

...1107
Portland. Sp. Laws 1903,

· 190
$8 5099, 5iis::
334

182
85 5235-5278 ...
676

2601, subsecs. 4, 5...... 182
8° 5240
512 Springfield, $ 50, art. 1. 2962

..1084
5242
512, 1000 Sp. Laws 1893, p. 253.. 3715

.1098
§ 5243
574

5292
§ 5244
512 SPECIAL LAWS.

5917
§ 5267
542

5918

824
$ 5267, subsec. 3...

1893, p. 253, $ 50.......
29

5929
$ 5267, subsec. 7. ........1129

1903, p. 3.............. Š 6158
§ 5268

542
LAWS.
$ 6268 ...

.1084
§ 5281
660

$$ 6806, 6807...

165
§ 5294
...1156 1911, p. 127.......

$ 7808 .........

156
$ 5473
341 | 1911, p. 244...........

$ 8386 et seq......

1114
$ 5654
..1190 1913, p. 188...........

$S 8395, 8400. ......

1114
Š 5694 ..
1913, pp. 527-530.

§ 8730 ............

1082
Š 5873
.1197 1913, pp. 527-530. Re-

$ 8766 ...........

190
8 5884 ..
500 pealed by Laws 1915, pp. $ 8988 ....

163
Š8 5913, 5926..
1005 286-292

Š 9098. Amended by Laws
86003.
.1004 | 1913, p. 663............

1913, p. 351....
645 1913, p. 663. Amended by

88 9245, 9257....
$$ 6503, 6505, 6513 508 | Laws 1915, p. 537.
$ 6771-6775
513 1913, p. 664, 8 6.

Volume 3 (1913).
§ 6905 ....
56 1915, p. 62. .

399
660 1915, pp. 286-292... 905 8 66041 et seq.........

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LAWS.
1911, p. 130, § 1, subsec.

WYOMING.
1889–90, p. 470........
1895, p. 128. Amended by

1911, p. 449, § 15....... 193 COMPILED STATUTES 1910.
Laws 1905, pp. 108, 232; 1911, p. 469, 88 42, 43.... 193
Laws 1909, p. 816...... 463
1911, p. 543 ........

$ 1292 .....

328
1897, p. 230............ 1913, p. 351.

7858 2322.

323
1905, pp. 108, 232
63 1913, p. 461, § 13.

163 8 5122 ...
1909, p. 816........... 463 | 1915, p. 363......

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STEALING.

SUNDAY.
See Larceny.

See Time, 10.
STIPULATIONS.

SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
See Damages, On 76–86, 150.

See Banks and Banking, Em 49.
STOCKHOLDERS.

SUPERINTENDENTS.
See Banks and Banking, Omw47–49.

See Schools and School Districts, w63.
STOLEN GOODS.

SUPPLEMENTAL ACTION.
See Receiving Stolen Goods.

See Removal of Causes, Ow5.
STREET RAILROADS.

SUPPORT.
See Trial, em 397.

See Divorce, Cm308, 323.
II. REGULATION AND OPERATION.

SURETYSHIP.
102 (Cal.) In view of Civ. Code, $ 1714, no
recovery can be had on the last clear chance See Principal and Surety.
doctrine because of the wanton negligence of
the servants of a street car company where de-

SURFACE WATERS.
ceased's own contributory negligence was the
proximate cause of the accident.-Tucker v. See Waters and Water Courses, Em119–126.
United Railroads of San Francisco, 154 P. 835.
Om 103 (Cal.) The last clear chance doctrine

SURGEONS.
as to injuries on street car tracks applies in
California.–Tucker v. United Railroads of San See Physicians and Surgeons.
Francisco, 154 P. 835.
Om 114 (Wash.) Evidence held to warrant find-

SURVIVAL.
ing that the motorman in charge of a street

See Abatement and Revival, 53, 57.
car could have avoided collision with the auto-
mobile truck which plaintiff was driving had
he used ordinary care when plaintiff was com-

SWINDLING.
pelled to stop his truck to avoid collision with | See False Pretenses.
another vehicle.-Anderson v. Puget Sound
Traction, Light & Power Co., 154 P. 135.

TAXATION.
STREETS.

See Appeal and Error, em 154, 171; Consti-

tutional Law, 229, 284; Intoxicating
See Highways; Municipal Corporations, em

Liquors, Omw 49; Municipal Corporations,
706.

422-582, 958; Schools and School Districts,
SUBCONTRACTORS.

Cm100; Statutes, w 64, 95; Towns,
See Mechanics' Liens, Emm229.

54; Waters and Water Courses, Omn 231.

I. NATURE AND EXTENT OF POWER
SUBROGATION.

IN GENERAL.
See Bankruptcy, w 207; Insurance, Om 606. l 4 (Okl.) Under Const. art. 10. § 13. the
Cm 25 (Okl.) Where the local agent of both M. Legislature may select the subjects of taxation.
and A., loan companies and mortgage creditors -In re Gross Production Tax of Wolverine Oil
of the same debtor, received a payment made by Co., 154 P. 362.
the debtor for M. and paid same on A.'s mort-On 5 (Or.) Where a homestead entry has been
gage which was canceled. A. having knowledge made, final proof submitted, and final certifi-
of the facts, held, that M., its mortgage having cate issued, the land immediately becomes li-
been canceled by judicial decision, was entitled | able to taxation.-Cannon V. Hood River Irr.
to be subrogated in A.'s mortgage in the amount

Dist., 154 P. 397.
due it and to have such mortgage restored for
that amount.-Midland Savings & Loan Co. v. III. CONSTITUTIONAL REQUIRE.
Sutton, 154 P. 1133.

MENTS AND RESTRICTIONS.
SUBSCRIPTIONS.

38 (Okl.) Act March 11, 1915 (Laws 1915,

c. 107, art. 2, subd. A) § 1, imposing a gross
See Banks and Banking, ww39; Corporations, production tax, held not repugnant of Const.
90.

art. 10, $ 19, requiring that every tax shall
SUICIDE.

specify distinctly the purpose for which tue

tax was levied.--In re Gross Production Tax of
See Insurance, Cwm788.

Wolverine Oil Co., 154 P. 362.
SUIT.

Cum 40 (Okl.) Act March 11, 1915 (Laws 1915,

c. 107, art. 2, subd. A) § 1, imposing a gross
See Action.

production tax on ores bearing lead, zinc, etc.,

and on the production of petroleum or other
SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS. mineral oil or natural gas, held not violative

of Const, art. 10, § 5, requiring uniformity of

ation on coal.-In re Gross Production Tax of all apportionments have been made and taxes
Wolverine Oil Co., 154 P. 362.

levied. Id.
42 (Okl.) Under Const. art. 10, $ 22, the Writ of certiorari. to review. state board of
legislative power to classify objects of taxation equalization's apportionment of railroad prop-
has a wide range of discretion, and, while erty held to be denied when applied for after
classification must be reasonable, and not ar apportionments by county commissioners to
bitrary, there can be no precise application of

lesser taxing units.-Id.
the rule of reasonableness.-In re Gross Pro-

VIII. COLLECTION AND ENFORCE.
duction Tax of Wolverine Oil Co., 154 P. 362.
The courts will not interfere with the legis-

MENT AGAINST PERSONS OR
lative classification of objects of taxation un-

PERSONAL PROPERTY.
less the classification adopted clearly makes an (C) Remedies for Wrongful Enforcement.
invidious and unreasonable distinction.-Id.

608 (Okl.) The sole remedy of a taxpayer
Act March 11, 1915 (Laws 1915, c. 107,

| aggrieved at the action of the state board of
art. 2, subd. A) § 1, held not violative of Const.

equalization in changing the aggregate valuation
art. 10, $ 5, requiring that taxation be uniform from that certified to the county board, is by
on the same class of subjects, though it pro- appeal under Rev. Laws 1910, $8 7368–7370, ex-
vides that property of those engaged in mining cept where he has no taxable property within
through a federal agency shall be taxed on an the tax district, and hence injunction against
ad valorem basis, and not subject to the gross collection of the tax will not lie. McClellan v.
production basis provided for by the act.-Id. Ficklen 154 p 360

49 (Okl.) Act March 11, 1915 (Laws 1915, 610 (Or.) Equity will not relieve from the
c. 107. art. 2. subd. A) 8 1, does not impose payment of an invalid tax or the collection of
an ad valorem tax, and therefore is not repug-

an excessive levy, until the complainant first
nant to Const. art. 10, § 8, requiring that prop- pays or tenders for payment the amount legal-
erty taxable ad valorem shall be assessed at its ly levied.-Cannon v. Hood River Irr. Dist.,
fair cash value.-In re Gross Production Tax 154 P. 397.
of Wolverine Oil Co., 154 P. 362.

X. REDEMPTION FROM TAX SALE.
III. LIABILITY OF PERSONS AND

Cm708 (Wash.) Under Rem. & Bal. Code, 88
PROPERTY.

9245, 9257, the inclusion in the summons and
(C) Public Property and Institutions. foreclosure of a delinquency certificate on ac-
Om 181 (Okl.) After land allotted to a freed

count of taxes for 1908 only of the name of the

coun
inan citizen and designated as a homestead un-

owner shown by the assessment rolls for 1908
der the Seminole Agreement of December 16., and not of the owner shown for 1909, was suffi-
1897. has been conveyed by the allottee to third / cient where the certificate, covering taxes both
persons, it becomes taxable.-Rogers v. Herndon,

for 1908 and 1909, was originally issued for
154 P. 1185.

1908 and merely had the additional amount for

1909 added, which was paid by the holder. -
(D) Exemptions.

Rockwood v. Turner, 154 P. 465.
Em 200 (Okl.) That portion of Act March 11, Under Rem. & Bal. Code, $ 237, subd. 3, pro-
1915 (Laws 1915. c. 107, art. 2, subd. A) S 1, viding by whose affidavit proof of service of
imposing a tax on the business of producing summons by publication shall be made, proof in
petroleum, etc., which provides that the tax a tax delinquency certificate foreclosure suit by
shall be "in lieu of any other taxes" etc., held

other taxes" etc.. held | the cashier of the newspaper was insufficient.
not an "exemption" from taxation in violation

-Id,
of Const, art. 5, 88 46, 46, 50, but a substi-

In suit to quiet title against foreclosure of a
tution of one form of taxation for another.

tax delinquency certificate, where the record in
In re Gross Production Tax of Wolverine Oil the foreclosure proceedings affirmatively showed
Co., 154 P. 362.

that service of summons upon the owner was
Em 210 (Okl.) Where an exemption from taxa-

not proved as required by statute, there was no
tion is based on the use to which lands are put,

presumption that the jurisdictional fact of serv-
the exemption ceases on termination of the use.

ice was duly made to appear to the court.-Id.
-Rogers v. Herndon, 154 P. 1185.

XI. TAX TITLES.
Em 241 (Wyo.) Under Comp. St, 1910, § 2322,
exempting from taxation property of lodges not

(C) Actions to Confirm or Try Title.
used for private profit, property of lodge rented Om796 (Wash.) In an action to quiet title
only occasionally for the evening for social against à tax foreclosure, where defendant, aft-
gatherings held exempt.-Hardin v. Rock er objecting to plaintiff's offer of the deed rec-
Springs Lodge No. 12, À. F. & A. M., 154 P. ord on the ground that it included other prop-
323.

erty than that involved. reserved the right to

cross-examine plaintiff with plaintiff's abstract,
V. LEVY AND ASSESSMENT.

which examination defendant thereafter waived,
(A) Levy and Apportionment. he also waived strict documentary evidence of
299 (Utah) Under Comp. Laws 1907. 88 plaintiff's title as shown by the deed record.
2561, 2588, as amended by Laws 1909, c. 63,

Rockwood v. Turner, 154 P. 465.
and section 2562, and section 2593, as amended

(D) Rights and Remedies of Purchaser of
by Laws 1915, c. 111, state board of equalization

Invalid Title.
held authorized to correct apportionment before
second Monday in August.-Rich County v.

831 (Cal. App.) A tax purchaser is a mere
Bailey, 154 P. 773.

volunteer as to the amount paid on competitive
State board of equalization, in apportioning

bidding in addition to the taxes due, and, the
railroad property to S. county for taxation

tax title being invalid, he cannot recover such
claimed to be located in R. county, held not to

amount from the owner.-O'Reilly v. All Per-
have exceeded jurisdiction or power so as to

sops, 154 P. 474.
make its acts subject to writ of certiorari.---Id.
The state board of equalization's determina-

XIV. DISPOSITION OF TAXES COL-
tion, in apportioning railroad property, as to the

LECTED, AND FAILURE OF LOCAL

AUTHORITIES TO COLLECT.
location of the boundary between adjoining
counties, is not conclusive with regard to anym 90634 (Idaho) Sess. Laws 1915, c. 27, $$ 12,
succeeding fiscal or taxing year.-Id.

14, 15, providing for diverting from the state
State board of equalization's determination, in treasury tax money due to the state from
apportioning railroad property, as to location of counties and for paying it out by the counties to
boundary line, held to become conclusive when I persons engaged in emergency employment, held

TESTAMENT.

Larceny.

violative of Const, art. 7, § 7, relative to dis-cotenants, may purchase their own titles at a
position of taxes.-Epperson v. Howell, 154 P. judicial sale.- Plant v. Plant, 154 P. 1058.
621.
908 (Okl.) Sess. Laws 1895, c. 43, art. 3,

TENDER.
Š 2, amending St. 1893, $ 5643, and Sess. Laws See Execution, 297 ; Mortgages,
1897, c. 32, art. 9, § 3, providing that interest,

605;

Vendor and Purchaser, em 273.
penalties, and forfeitures on delinquent taxes
shall be paid into the county sinking fund, were
not repealed by Act March 12. 1897. amending
Sess. Laws 1895, c. 43, art. 3, § 2.-Board of See Wills.
Com’rs of Custer County v. City of Clinton, 154
P. 513,

TESTAMENTARY CAPACITY.
Rev. Laws 1910, SS 6771-6775, imposing pen-
alties on delinquent taxes and providing for dis- See Wills, Omn 23, 25.
position thereof, held constitutional.-Id.

908 (Okl.) Laws 1895, c. 43, art. 3, § 2, TESTAMENTARY POWERS.
amending St. 1893, § 5643, and Laws 1897, c.la

See Wills, Om6.
32, art. 9, § 3, providing that all interest, pen-
alties, and forfeitures on delinquent taxes shall

THEFT.
be paid into the county sinking fund, were not
repealed by Laws 1897, c. 32, art. 4, § 1, amend-
ing Laws 1895, c. 43, art. 3, § 2.-Hunter v.

TIDE LANDS.
State, 154 P. 545.

See Municipal Corporations, m422, 493;
Cm914 (Okl.) Under Sess. Laws 1895, c. 43, | Public Lands, 185.
art. 3, & 2, amending St. 1893, § 5643, and un-
der Sess. Laws 1897, c. 32, art. 9, $ 3, all inter-

TIMBER
est, penalties, and forfeitures on delinquent tax-
es should be paid into the county sinking fund. See Logs and Logging.
-Board of Com'rs of Custer County v. City of
Clinton, 154 P. 513.

TIME.
914 (Okl.) Under Laws 1895, c. 43, art. 3,
$ 2, amending St. 1893, $ 5643, and under Laws

See Appeal and Error, 353, 564, 797, 1243;
1897, c. 32, art. 9, § 3, interest, penalties, and

Brokers, 50; Divorce, 170; Excep-

tions, Bill of, 41, 42; Execution,' 295;
forfeitures on delinquent taxes should be paid

Judgment, w211; Mechanics' Liens, en
into the county sinking fund.-Hunter v. State,

132; Mortgages, em 599; New Trial, no
154 P. 545.

117; Sales, m 334; Vendor and Purchaser,

en 76.
TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES.

Om 10 (Kan.) In view of Gen. St. 1909, $8 5251,
See Injunction, em85; Licenses, em 7. 5338, 6343, under a life insurance policy giv-

ing one month-not less than 30 days-grace in
I. ESTABLISHMENT, CONSTRUCTION, the payment of premiums, where the last day of
AND MAINTENANCE.

grace falls on Sunday, the insured has the fol-
mm 15 (Kan.) Where a team of horses were kill-

| lowing day in which to make payment.-Light-

ner v. Prudential Ins. Co. of America, 154 P.
ed by lightning while standing at the roadside

227.
under a telephone wire which sagged within 4 4
feet of the ground, the lightning having first

TITLE.
struck a pole 150 feet distant, held, that the

See Abstracts of Title; Adverse Possession ;
negligence, if any, in maintaining the wire so

Escheat; Quieting Title; Religious Societies,
close to the ground, was not the proximate

18; Taxation, en 796–831; Vendor and
cause of the injury.-Simon v. Missouri & Kan-

Purchaser, ww54, 214.
sas Telephone Co., 154 P. 242.
II. REGULATION AND OPERATION.

TORTS.
33 (Kan.) If a noncompensatory rate may See Action, Cw48; Collision; Corporations,
be enforced as to a specific service by reason of

| w491; Death; Fraud; Husband and Wife,
some controlling consideration of public policy,

m102; Libel and Slander; Municipal Cor-
the furnishing of a party line telephone is not

porations, Om74512-821; Negligence; Nuis-
of such a peculiar character as to place it in

ance; Principal and Agent, 147-16042 ;
the exceptional list.–Emporia Telephone Co. v.

Replevin ; Trover and Conversion; Weapons,
Public Utilities Commission of Kansas, 154 P. Omw18.
262.

TOWNS.
A court without power to fix a rate to be
charged by a telephone company in the future

See Municipal Corporations.
cannot accomplish that result indirectly by en-

IV. FISCAL MANAGEMENT, PUBLIC
joining interference with a rate found to have
been unassailable in the past.-Id.

DEBT, SECURITIES, AND

TAXATION.
Where a court having jurisdiction determines
that a telephone rate fixed by Laws 1911, c. 238, 54 (Okl.) Under Rev. Laws 1910, 88 7376,
$ 39, and approved by the Utilities Commission 7380, the total township levy for current ex-
is confiscatory, the telephone company may op- penses cannot exceed 3 mills in one year and
erate under such rate as it may establish until the 10 per cent. which the excise board may
a new one has been fixed by the Commission. Tadd for delinquent taxes. must not. when added
-Id.

to the sum necessary for current expenses, in-
TELEPHONES.

crease the levy beyond the three mill limit.-

Missouri, K. & T. Ry. Co. v. Walker, 154 P.
See Telegraphs and Telephones.

343.
TENANCY IN COMMON. TRADE-MARKS AND TRADE-NAMES.
See Husband and Wife, 14.

III. REGISTRATION, REGULATION,

AND OFFENSES.
II. MUTUAL RIGHTS, DUTIES, AND 47 (Idaho) Where it is alleged and proven

IABILITIES OF COTENANTS. that a policy does not truly state the contract
om 19 (Cal.) A cotenant, who may not pur- made or the facts on which it was based, a
chase and assert an outstanding title against his I court of general jurisdiction may in one action

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