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objection will be made. The author has, however, felt it better to err on that side than on the side of too much condensation. Some of the discussions of the cases are perhaps more lengthy than is usual in a text book. It is permissible, however, to introduce more detailed discussions in a work treating of the law of one state, in which the cases will assume a relatively greater individual importance.
An attempt has been made at an exhaustive citation of all cases from the beginning in the Supreme Court Reports. The Jower court reports have not been so carefully examined. These cases, however, on the subject in hand, are of little value. They are generally very poorly reported, and it is difficult to determine their exact weight. For many of the duplicate citations the author is indebted to Pepper & Lewis's Digest of Decisions.
An appendix has been added, which brings the citations down to 224 Pa. 416, and 39 Super. Ct. 368.
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