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LAWS CITED AND CONSTRUED.

PAGE 532

PAGE Art. viii, $ 20...

282 $ 21. .237, 271, 272, 282 § 22

271 $ 28

.236-238 Art. ix, & 12.

41 Art. x, $ 5.

622, 625 Schedule, $ 1.

283

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74

88 7740

8940
9289
9363, 9364.
9469-9471
9511
9740, 9744.
9753
10213
10237
10243
10243-10246
10246
10412, 10413.
10484
10553
11176

PAGE 102 404 405 650 301 180 525 216 207 591

75 .69, 73, 74

75 500 684 503 216

UNITED STATES STATUTES. 30 U. S. Stat. 541.....

CONSTITUTION OF MICHIGAN.

PAGE Art. iii, $ 1..

263 Art. v, $ 21..

260 $ 30.. ..40, 43, 262-264 (1850) Art. vi, 8 14..... 281 Art. vii, $ 1...

278 $ 17

.278-280 $ 20. .278, 279, 281, 282

COMPILED LAWS 1871.

88 5027-5035

COMPILED LAWS 1897.

88 414

618 et seq.. 782-789 1092 1136 1139 2156 2252 2552 2572 2795, 2833. 3832 3842 4487 et seq.. 4774 4978 5029 6295

PAGE .69, 73

274
62, 63

280
28

28
79, 84

82 43 458 687

513 .138, 513 .170, 171 ..259, 261 .80, 86

80 377

HOWELL'S STATUTES (1st Ed.). Vol. 1, § 6503 et seq....

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74

HOWELL'S STATUTES (2D ED.).

PAGE Vol. 1, § 1217.........

458 8 1777

513 § 1787 .138, 513, 514 8 1955 et seq..

622 $ 1979 et seq..

133 Vol. 2, § 2463.

425 8 2495

235 $ 3323

80 $ 3330

.80, 86 $ 3345

78 § 3458

42 § 3478 et seq..

.170, 171 $ 3939 et seq.. $ 3953

171 § 3973

477 $ 4009

432 $ 4019

296 $ 4110

432 Vol. 3, § 6293.

268 § 6534

245 $ 6649

377 $ 8313

409 8 8317

410 Vol. 4, 8 9022.

102 $ 10014

.259, 261

Vol. 4, § 10932.....

$ 11002
$$ 11074, 11075.
$ $ 11180-11182
8 11395
&$ 11837-11840

$ 11926 Vol. 5, $$ 12235-12242.

$ 12554 $ 12737 § 12557 § 12583 $ 12857 $ 12943 $ 13126 $ 13696 $ 14099 § 14147 § 14151 $ 14161 $ 14388 § 14454 § 15462 $ 15512

PAGE 404 405 650 301 180 73 73 62 28 684

28 280 207 591 500 216 684 525 535 216 503

43 .79, 84

82

88

SESSION LAWS.

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Act 282.....

PAGE 1869, Act 67.

73 Act 92.

74 Act 169.

636 § 23 subdiv, 3... 634 Act 233, & 25.

259 1871, Act 82..

74 1875, Act 49, 81...

274 $$ 5, 6, 13, 15... 275 1881, Act 164...

252 chap. 2, $ 17....

..253-255, 258-261 chap. 13, 8 10... ..253-255, 260, 261 8 11

253 1891, Act 94.

183 Act 350 (Local), $ 25.

.259, 263 1895, Act 367 (Local), § 9.. 457 1897, Act 183....

73 1899, Act 167.

78, 81 Act 237

.536, 543

540 $ 7

.538, 540 88

540

PAGE 1899, Act 237, $ 9......538, 540 1903, Act 235..

139 Act 418 (Local), chap. 21, 88 4, 6..

685 1905, Act 12.

..80, 83

.622, 623, 625 Act 310.

684 Act 326.

650 Act 593 (Local), tit. 2, $ 10..

276

tit. 14..... 277 1907 (Extra Session), Act 6

42 Act 101.

473 Act 144.

560 Act 187, § 2...

409 Act 749 (Local)...... 276 1909, Act 49...

.622, 625 $$ 4, 5......623, 626 Act 83....

253 Act 104.

.432, 434, 612, 613, 615 $ 1

435 87

433

$ 3

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PAGE 1912 (Extra Session), Act 10, pt. ii, g 10........241, 242

8 11... 242 pt. iii, $ 5.. 477

§ 11... 477

8 12.. 451 1913, Act 3..

. 267, 269 Act 4..

269 Act 115.

40 Act 146......257, 258, 262 $ 17

.254, 256 Act 251

255

81

PAGE 1909, Act 236, $ 6.

409 Act 283.

425 Act 285.. . 432, 433, 479 $ 11

296 Act 290..

268 Act 300, $ 10a... 245 8 26c

247 Act 318, $ 9..235, 238, 239 $ 10

123 1911, Act 91..... .133, 138-140 Act 96...

268 Act 220.

479 $ 10

492 1912 (Extra Session), Act 10

.....88, 171 pt. 11, 89.. 241

262 § 4

.262-265 Act 368......538, 540, 543

CIRCUIT COURT RULES.

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No. 26, Subds. c, d.

..521, 522

CHANCERY RULE.

No. 100

PAGE 442

OCTOBER

TERM, 1914.*

WELLS V. ANN ARBOR RAILROAD CO.

1. CARRIERS-NEGLIGENCE-STATIONS-PASSENGERS.

Where defendant provided no approach to its station ex

cept along the track, and no lights or means of signaling its motor cars, and plaintiff, who understood the conditions existing, on an evening about 8:30, after dark, came to a small station to take the car home, signaling to it as it approached, and was struck when about half the length of the car had passed her, where, on cross-examination, she admitted that she was about two feet from the track and the car was shown to have extended 24 to 30 inches over the rail, her recovery was barred by contributory negligence, under a declaration which failed to count upon any theory of discovered negligence. Kuhn

and MOORE, JJ., dissenting. 2. SAME-TRIAL-OPENING STATEMENT.

Since it is, as a rule, improper to argue the facts or the

legal questions in a case in making the opening statement to the jury, the attorney for plaintiff erred in stating as a part of his opening, that the defendant owed to the public the responsibilities and duty of maintaining as an approach to its station the portion of its track and roadway that the public habitually passed over to reach the station, and that the defendant owed to her the same degree of care which it owed to a passenger, and should have exercised the highest degree of care of which human foresight is capable, with other argument along similar

lines. 3. SAME-ARGUMENT—MISCONDUCT OF COUNSEL.

It was also improper and prejudicial to argue to the jury,

in closing his case, which one of them would suffer plain* Continued from Vol. 183.

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