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ed to use the waters for 29 years, the failure for
such time of a junior appropriator to sue for a
judicial decree of abandonment was not laches,
barring such a suit, which need not be brought
In an action by a junior appropriator of ir-
rigating waters against senior appropriators to
decree an abandonment of their rights under a
former decree whereby they were entitled to
16.70 customary inches, an amount in excess of
the 16.70 cubic feet per second, which the ref-
eree concluded was all they had not abandoned,
it was unnecessary for him to determine the ex-
act amount in cubic feet of the original decree.
In an action by a junior appropriator of irri-
gating waters against senior appropriators to
decree an abandonment, evidence that the wa-
ter was at times run in sections did not over-
come the evidence of intent to abandon in the
fact of nonuser by the seniors for many years
of water in excess of the carrying capacity of
the ditch, less than their adjudged rights.-Id.
w 152 (Utah) In suit to quiet title to the use
of water, which plaintiff claimed he had de-
veloped, while defendants claimed that it was
m24; Chattel Mortgages, w 136; Con judgment for defendants was not too sweeping
42: Estoppel; 1 in that it denied plaintiff the right to use any
lino co v Midwav Trn
VII. CONVEYANCES AND CON.
Om 156 (Colo.) Where defendant knew of the
that the license was revocable, he took the land
Corlett, 154 P. 730.
ditch held irrevocable, it having been maintain-
ed with the consent of the owner of the land and
his predecessors for over 16 years.-Graybill v.
Om 179 (Nev.) That persons not parties to the
action contributed to the damage done to plain-
tiff's lands, held not to render erroneous for
want of necessary parties, a decree enjoining
defendant from permitting waste water to flow
from his land upon that of plaintiff.-Ramelli
v. Sorgi, 154 P. 73.
IX. PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY.
lem231 (Or.) A complaint seeking to restrain
ed.-Cannon v. Hood River Irr. Dist., 154 P.
Though an irrigation district, at the time
that its boundaries were fixed, included land
sence of any charge to the contrary.-Id.
set it apart from the district, before equity will since it affects no vested rights.-Barber V.
254 (Wash.) Where an irrigation company's em 25 (Okl.) A Chickasaw freedman's will
a reasonable time. con- l authority by Act Cong. approved April 26. 1906.
V. PROBATE, ESTABLISHMENT,
ture is a fac simile of an admittedly genuine
(1) Hearing or Trial.
318 (Okl.) The verdict of the jury to which
the superior court submits issues involved on
Parker v. Hamilton, 154 P. 65.
(A) General Rules.
laws existing at testator's death, rather than
VII. RIGHTS AND LIABILITIES OF
DEVISEES AND LEGATEES.
contest precluding opponents from taking un-
tion, and Lapse.
In an action by one shot while out hunting, his daughters, which were not evidenced by
-In re Vanderhurst's Estate, 154 P. 5.
Advancements made before a will was execut-
ed cannot be considered in distributing the es-
tate, unless specified in the will.-Id.
Om761 (Cal.) Under a will held testator's books
his daughters to whom he gave credits, prac-
tically balancing their accounts, were not ad-
missible to charge the daughters with amount
of advances without credits.-In re Vander-
hurst's Estate, 154 P. 5.
Om781 (Cal.) A will may be drawn so as to put
* benefits given her by the testator and claiming
her right of family allowance.--In re Whitney's
782 (Cal.) To put the widow to an election
between her legal estate and that granted by a
will, it must clearly and unequivocally appear
that the provision made by the will was in-
tended to be in lieu of such rights as are given
WORDS AND PHRASES.
ney and Client, cm 88; Criminal Law, em Mining Co. (Idaho) 154 P. 968.
154 P. 824.
“Actionable negligence.”—Chicago, R. I. & P.
“Adverse party."-Johnson v. Paulson (Or.) 154
“Adverse possession."--O'Donnell V. McCool
(Wash.) 154 P. 1090.
“Agency."-Brutinel v. Nygren (Ariz.) 154 P.
App.) 154 P. 483.
"Beverage."-Chas. L. Joy & Co. v. Carlson
“Certificate of stock.”-Bank of Bakersfield v.
"Chief officer.”-Insurance Co. of North Ameri-
“Chiropractic"_Board of Medical Examiners of
State of Utah v. Freenor (Utah) 154 P. 941.
Pole Co. (Colo.) 154 P. 95.
“Civil action."-State v. Flannelly (Kan.) 154
"Claim and delivery.”-Reed v. Mills (Or.) 154
"Compensatory rate."-Emporia Telephone Co.
1 v. "Public Utilities Commission of Kansas
(Kan.) 154 P. 262.
“Conditional sale."-Keane v. Kibble (Idaho)
154 P. 972.
154 P. 5.
"Conversion."-J. I. Case Threshing Mach. Co.
Cline, Id. 1174.
"Corporation."-In re Dexter-Greenfield Drain-
age Dist. (N. M.) 154 P. 382.
"Counterclaim."-Drovers' State Bank v. El-
liott (Kan.) 154 P. 255.
154 P. 62.
"Criminal case.”—Daugherty v. Nagel (Idaho)
154 P. 375.
“Criminal conspiracy:"--Grayson v. State (Okl.
"Cross-demand."-Drovers' State Bank 1. El-
L liott (Kan.) 154 P. 255.
"De facto officer."-City of Ardmore v. Sayre
(Okl.) 154 P. 356.
“Delivery.”_Wiley B. Allen Co. v. Edwards
(Cal. App.) 154 P. 1066; Hall v. Kansas
City Terra Cotta Co. (Kan.) 154 P. 210.
"Departure."-Thayer v. Denver & R. G. R.
Co. (N. M.) 154 P. 691.
"Due process of law."-White . Powers
nviction was had.-Parker v. Hamilton. 154 | “Etc."-Stansbery v. First Methodist Episcopal
“Exemption."-In re Gross Production Tax of, "Manslaughter."-Ivey v. State (Wyo.) 154 P.
154 P. 295.
App.) 154 P. 483; Clark v Clark (Okl.) 154 Elsom (Cal.) 154 P. 12.
"May."-Arizona Corp. Commission v. Heralds
(Or.) 154 P. 748.
Dist. No. 87 of Anderson County (Kan.) 151 154 P. 165.
"Mean low tide.”-State v. Scott (Wash.) 154
“Merchandise.”-Sabin v. Chrisman (Or.) 154
“Misfeasance.” –Wells v. Hansen (Kan.) 154
"Mortgage."-Keane v. Kibble (Idaho) 154 P.
885; Union Machinery & Supply Co. v. Dar-
“Municipal corporation."-State v. Port of As-
"Murder in second degree.”—Ivey v. State
of Seattle v. Parish (Wash.) 154 P. 785. “Nation."-State v. Towessnute (Wash.) 154
“Negative testimony."-Gaston V. Avansino
Spokane wash) 154 P. "Negligence."-Tbayer y. Denver & R. G. R.
Co. (N. M.) 154 P. 691 ; Chicago, R. I. &
P. Ry. Co. v. Nagle (Okl.) 154 P. 667; Chi-
cago, R. I. & P. Ry. Co. v. Palmer (Okl.)
154 P. 1163
“Nominal damages."-Lund v. Lachman (Cal.
... App.) 154 P. 295.
"Nontaxable as a homestead in perpetuity."--
Rogers v. Herndon (Okl.) 154 P. 1185.
"Notice.”-McDonald v. Cobb (Okl.) 154 P. 345.
| “Novation.”-First Nat. Bank of Missoula v.
Cottonwood Land Co. (Mont.) 154 P. 582.
land Cement Co. (Wash.) 154 P. 450.
"Oath."--State v. Jones (Idaho) 154 P. 378.
"Obiter dictum."-Lausten v. Lausten (Okl.) 154
"Officer of the law.”—Reclamation Dist. No.
1500 v. Superior Court in and for Sutter
County (Cal.) 154 P. 845.
(Okl.) 154 P. 651.
Shipping Ass'n v. Missouri Pac. Ry. Co.
Estate (Cal.) 154 P. 839.
"Original contractor.".-Hihn-Hammond Lum-
ber Co. v. Elsom (Cal.) 154 P. 12.
“Partnership.”—Grantham v. Conner (Kan.) 154
"Penalty.”-National Life Ins. Co. v. Hale
(Okl.) 154 P. 536.
“Persons interested."-Peterson v. Lewis (Or.)
“Plea of contributory negligence.”—Thayer V.
Denver & R. G. R. Co. (N. M.) 154 P. 691.
"Power of taxation."-In re Dexter-Greenfield
Drainage Dist. (N. M.) 154 P. 382.
aminers of State of Utah v. Freenor (Utah)
154 P. 941.
“Preponderance of evidence.”—People v. Miller
L (Cal.) 154 P. 468.
154 P. 500.
(Idaho) 154 P. 977.
Lodge No. 12, A. F. & A. M. (Wyo.) 154 P.
"Proceeding."- Arizona Corp. Commission V.
Promissory "warranty."-North British & Mer-
Board of Medical Examiners (Okl.) 154 P., "Proper proceeding."-Arizona Corp. Commis-
sion v. Heralds of Liberty (Ariz.) 154 P. 202.
“Property tax."-In re Gross Production Tax of, "Tideland.”-State v. Scott (Wash.) 154 P. 165.
1 "Timely notice."-Stockgrowers' Bank of Wheat-
sas Telephone Co. (Kan.) 154 P. 242; Chi- "Transacting business.”-Hollister V. National
“Trespasser ab initio."-Murry v. Belmore (N.
“Unclaimed property."-State v. Security Sav.
_Tax of Wolverine Oil Co. (Okl.) 154 P. 362. "Unmarried female."-State v. Wallace (Or.)
"Waiver."-State V. District Court of Second
ty (Mont.) 154 P. 200.
P. 491; St. Louis Cordage Mills v. Western
“Williul injury.”—Thayer v. Denver & R. G.
ties.”—Daugherty V. Nagel (Idaho) 154 P. "Workshop.”—Remsnider y. Union Savings &
Trust Co. (Wash.) 154 P. 135.
P. Ry. Co. (Mont.) 154 P. 912.
Foltz (Okl.) 154 P. 519.
WORK AND LABOR.
See Mechanics' Liens.
22 (Ariz.) Where a complaint stated a good
and quantum valebant for supplies furnished, a
Franklin, 154 P. 1036.
See Constitutional Law, Cm 80, 313, 328; In-
junction, 28; Master and Servant,
1642, 8742, 25034; States, w1681% ; Stat.
Carlson (Idaho) 154 P. 640.
beas Corpus; Injunction; Mandamus; Pro-
cess; Prohibition; Replevin.
Of error, see Appeal and Error.
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