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SEALS.

SETTING ASIDE.

Parol or extrinsic evidence of sealed instrument, Decree for distribution of property of decedent's
see Evidence, § 431.
estate, see Executors and Administrators, §
315.

SECONDARY EVIDENCE.

In civil actions, see Evidence, §§ 177, 179.

SECURITY.

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Setting up counterclaim as a defense to action
on note of corporation as affecting necessity
of filing copy of order directing trial of issues
and right to judgment by default, see Corpora-
tions, § 513.

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Direction of verdict, see Trial, § 178.
Judgment in municipal court, see Courts, § 189.

SETTLEMENT.

See Easements.

SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM.

Determination of amount and items of costs on
recovery on counterclaim, see Costs, § 146.
Set-off or counterclaim in answer, see Pleading, See Statutes, § 97.

§ 167.

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See Associations.

SMOKE.

As nuisance, see Nuisance, § 35.

SNOW.

On streets and sidewalks, liability of abutting
owner for injuries, see Municipal Corpora-
tions, §§ 808, 814.

SOCIETIES.

SPECIAL LAWS.

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.

II. CONTRACTS ENFORCEABLE.

§ 68. Matter to be shown before equity will
enforce specific performance of a contract to
sell chattels stated.-Harle v. Haggin (Sup.) 51.

IV. PROCEEDINGS AND RELIEF.

114. Where a complaint, praying for equi-
table relief only, was demurrable, defendant
was entitled to have his demurrer sustained,
though a cause of action for money damages
could be spelled out.-Dingwall v. Chapman
(Sup.) 520.

$114. A complaint against brokers to compel
a delivery of stock purchased for complainant
held not to state a cause of action for equitable
relief.-Dingwall v. Chapman (Sup.) 520.

§ 114. A complaint by a client against his
brokers to compel performance of their engage-
ment to purchase for and deliver to him certain
shares of corporate stock held not to state a
cause of action for specific performance.-Morri-
son v. Chapman (Sup.) 522.

SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS.

III. OPERATION AND EFFECT.

§ 59. Where plaintiff's claim was admitted,
a judgment for the full amount of defendant's
counterclaim held error.-Darlington v. Hamil-
ton Bank of New York City (Sup.) 678.

See Intoxicating Liquors.

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8 500

$ 500, subd. 1.
§ 501
$ 514
1071
172 $519
...1071

530
$531

§ 549

§ 550

$ 558

839 § 723

532 § 724

904 § 758
615 § 791

.613, 1042 § 791, subd. 10.

.1101 $ 793

906 § 834

852 $ 870
228 § 871

653 $ 872

II. GENERAL AND SPECIAL OR LO-
CAL LAWS.

§ 97. Village Law, § 170, added to Lav
1897, p. 366, c. 414, by Laws 1907, p. 126,
93, relating to the lighting of streets 14 feet
wide or less, held not in violation of Const. art.
3, § 18, relating to the passage of private laws.
-Smith v. Smythe (Sup.) 1071.

VI. CONSTRUCTION AND OPERA-

193 § 872, subd. 4.
569 $ 873
.11158 880

TION.

(A) GENERAL RULES OF CONSTRUC-
TION.

§ 183. The thing which is within the letter
of the statute is not within the statute, unless
it is within the intention of the Legislature.-
People v. Lane (Sup.) 990.

STATUTES CONSTRUED.

456, 663, 947 |

578
.1115

1180. Amended by Laws
1877, p. 463, ch. 416, §
3347, subd. 7..
597 $$ 1204, 1205..
760 $1209

§ 192. In construing statutes, words are to
be used in their technical meaning, if they have
acquired one, and, if not, their popular mean-
ing.-People v. Lane (Sup.) 990.

(B) PARTICULAR CLASSES OF STAT-
UTES.

§ 241. A penal statute should be construed
more strictly than a contract.-People v. Fried-
man (Sup.) 538.

(D) RETROACTIVE OPERATION.
Law relating to summary proceedings for dispos-
session of tenant, see Landlord and Tenant,
§ 295.

VII. PLEADING AND EVIDENCE.

§ 280. Under a city charter, a complaint
failing to refer to it, as required by Code Civ.
Proc. § 530, is subject to demurrer.-Kosters
v. National Bank of Auburn (Sup.) 647.

821

110

859

647 $ 1317, 1318, 1344, 1347 172
720 88 1356, 1361..

353

10281391. Amended by Laws

.1114 1908, p. 433, ch. 148 61, 851
.1028 § 1628

592
389

.568, 583 §§ 1638, 1639, 1645.
.151, 581 §§ 1670-1672.

3178 1772, 1773..
574 § 1778

725 $ 1781, 1782.
725 $ 1784
998 § 1811

.318, 465, 570 § 1822
829 $ 1865
.570, 829 § 1915
318 & 1923
.318, 570 $ 2038
588 § 2231

113

839

§ 439

440

447

474

483

§§ 498, 499.

771

166

906

166

428

304

2.59

781
62
691

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2722

$ 2728

2732, subds. 5, 10, 12...
2732, subd. 12. Amend-
ed by Laws 1905, p.
1208, ch. 539.

2747
3064

3228

3229
3238

3239
3240
3251

3251, subd. 4.
3253

3268, subd. 4.

3296

3311
3370

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$$ 3371, 3375, 3377.
§ 3401

3412

$ 279

$ 293

$$ 376, 383, 384.
$ 399

$$ 663, 666.

7
924
495

592
619
CODE OF CRIMINAL PRO-

CEDURE.

718

742

§ 125

$$ 287, 287a, 288.

351

.1118

CITY CHARTERS.

667

Greater New York. Laws

691 1897, p. 22, ch. 378, § 51 645

613

613

Greater New York. Laws
1897, p. 139, ch. 378, §
383

66

906

906

587
794

Greater New York. Laws
1897, pp. 519-524, ch.
378, $8 1472-1487.
Amended by Laws 1901,
p. 657, ch. 466, § 1620,
subd. 3.

.1040

915

960

642

947

Greater New York. Laws
1901, p. 222, ch. 466, §
496
Greater New York. Laws
1901, p. 395, ch. 466, §
934
Greater New York. Laws
1901, pp. 522, 523, ch.
466, §§ 1237, 1240, 1241
Greater New York. Laws
1901, p. 641, ch. 466, §
1553
New Rochelle. Laws 1899,
p. 242, ch. 128, § 222.. 822

66

248

528, par. 2.

545

556

§§ 687a, 699.

798
424
826
.172, 784
784
172
..172, 915
.640, 915

PENAL CODE.

915
.172, 585

.640, 642

10
.723, 827

428

286
901

796

...

REVISED STATUTES.

First Edition.
Volume 1.

Pt. 1, ch. 16, tit. 1, § 64.. 261
Pt. 2. ch. 1. tit. 2, § 55,
subd. 3.
389
Pt. 2, ch. 1, tit. 2, §§ 60,
66, 94.
HEYDECKER'S GENERAL

389

LAWS.

Pages 250, 279, ch. 5, §§ 2,
7, 102.....

116 N.Y.S.-78

LAWS.
1786, p. 334, ch. 67. 1000
1848, p. 448, ch. 319, § 6.
Amended by Laws 1903,
p. 1412, ch. 623, § 1.. 424
1866,
610, ch. 273.
Amended by Laws 1898,
p. 1280, ch. 539.. .1107
1877, p. 463, ch. 416, §
3347, subd. 7.
1879, p. 397, ch. 310.

821
.1107

1884, p. 253, ch. 198, § 2 466
530 1887, p. 937, ch. 721.
138
893 1890, p. 965, ch. 545.. 138
911 1890, p. 1063, ch. 563, §
870 16

906

193 1890, p. 1082, ch. 565 (§
.1121 42a, added by Laws 1906,
718
p. 1682, ch. 657, § 1)..
343, 746
1890, p. 1084, ch. 565, §
4, subd. 5....
.1074
1890, p. 1112, ch. 565, §
98. Amended by Laws
870 1892, p. 1404, ch. 676... 939
870 1890, p. 1148, ch. 566, §
705 65
530

193
893
718

683

1890, p. 1168, ch. 567, §
2, subd. 1....
1890, p. 1192, ch. 568, §
80. Amended by Laws
1897, p. 86, ch. 204, § 1;
Laws 1904, p. 985, ch.
387, § 1.

1890, p. 1193, ch. 568, §
82

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1895, pp. 2041, 2051, ch.
1006, §§ 5, 14..
1896, p. 67, ch. 112, § 25.
Amended by Laws 1897,
p. 225, ch. 312, § 17...1098
1896, pp. 589, 592, ch. 547,
$$ 197, 207.
1896, pp. 618, 619, ch. 547,
$$ 280, 281.
1896, p. 795, ch. 908.
1896, p. 795, ch. 908 (88
42, 45, added by Laws
1899, p. 1590, ch. 712,
§ 2)..
1896. p. 795, ch. 908 (§
187a added by Laws
1901, p. 316, ch. 132, §
1). Amended by Laws
1901, p. 1320, ch. 535..1078
1896, p. 795, ch. 908 (§
259a added by Laws
1905, p. 624, ch. 348, § 1) 947
1896, p. 796, ch. 908, § 2,
subd. 3. Amended by
Laws 1899, p. 1589, ch.
712, § 1.

209

209
1896, p. 801, ch. 908, § 9.. 261
1896, p. 803, ch. 908, § 21 209
1896, p. 856, ch. 908, § 182.

Amended by Laws 1906,

788

p. 1196, ch. 474, § 2....1078
1896, p. 868, ch. 908, §
220
...816, 1030
1897, p. 22, ch. 378, § 51.. 645
1897, p. 86, ch. 204, § 1.. 929
1897, p. 139, ch. 378, § 383 939
1897, p. 225, ch. 312, § 17..1098
1897, p. 366, ch. 414 (§ 170
added by Laws 1907, p.
126, ch. 93, § 1).
1071
1897, p. 391, ch. 414, § 88,
subd. 7.
1897, p. 395, ch. 414, § 89,
subd. 16.
788
1897, p. 462, ch. 415, § 2.. 628
1897, p. 467, ch. 415, § 18
11, 326
1897, p. 510, ch. 417, § 21 42
1897, pp. 519-524, ch. 378,
§§ 1472-1487. Amended
by Laws 1901, p. 657,
ch. 466, § 1620, subd. 3.. 353
1897, p. 539, ch. 418, §§
110-118

98

310

1030
728

1897, p. 541, ch. 418, §
116. Amended by Laws
1900, p. 1624, ch. 762.. 98
1897, p. 742, ch. 612, § 180 665
1898, p. 1280, ch. 539... .1107
1899, p. 242, ch. 128, § 222 822
1899, p. 798, ch. 370, § 8.

290, 908
1899, p. 802, ch. 370, § 12 994
1899, p. 809, ch. 370, § 21.
Amended by Laws 1904,
p. 1691, ch. 697....
994
1899, p. 1589, ch. 712, § 2 209
1900, p. 420, ch. 195, § 21 371
1900, p. 1624, ch. 762.
98
1901, p. 222, ch. 466, § 496 642
1901, p. 316, ch. 132, 1..1078
1901, p. 395, ch. 466, § 934 947
1901, pp. 522, 523, ch. 466,

66

§§ 1237, 1240, 1241.....
1901, p. 641, ch. 466, §
1553

1901, p. 657, ch. 466, §
1620, subd. 3.

1901, p. 751, ch. 291.
1901, p. 889, ch. 334.

248

353

424

2

4

1901, p. 900, ch. 334, § 40.
Amended by Laws 1903,
p. 406, ch. 179, § 25.... 538
1901, p. 961, ch. 354.. 772
1901, p. 1320, ch. 535. .1078
1902, p. 1486, ch. 580..
1902, p. 1500, ch. 580, § 32 309
1902, p. 1501, ch. 580, § 34 13
1902, p. 1516, ch. 580, § 79 710
1902, p. 1517, ch. 580, § 85
602, 615
1902, p. 1518, ch. 580, § 86 615
1902, pp. 1529, 1530, ch.
580, 88 120 123..
1902, p. 1562, ch. 580,
253

661

1902, p. 1563, ch. 580,

254

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STAY.

Of proceedings as affecting right to reargument,
see Appeal and Error, § 832.

Of proceedings on appeal from municipal court,
see Courts, § 190.

STENOGRAPHERS.

Court stenographers, see Courts, § 57.

309

672

172
1902, p. 1748, ch. 600..504, 609
1902, p. 1748, ch. 600, § 1 878

STIPULATIONS.

86. General Rules of Practice, rule 11,
making oral stipulations and agreements of par-
ties unenforceable, held not to be construed to
preclude written stipulations.-Schweinburg v.
Altman (Sup.) 318.

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$ 11.
A stipulation made by one of the par-
ties through a mistake as to the facts held not
binding upon him.-Condon v. New Rochelle
Water Co. (Sup.) 142.

STOCK.

Corporate stock, see Corporations, § 121.
Taxation of corporate stock, see Taxation,

119.

550

STORAGE.

Health regulations as to storage in tenement
houses, see Health, § 32.

STREET RAILROADS.

566

550

1902, p. 1749, ch. 600, § 2
359. 856
1903, p. 406, ch. 179, § 25 538
1903, p. 1142, ch. 490, §
270a

32
1903, p. 1412, ch. 623, § 1 424
1904, p. 985, ch. 387. § 1.. 929
1904, p. 1694, ch. 697. 994
1905, p. 624, ch. 348. § 1.. 917
1905, p. 1208, ch. 539..... 798
1905, p. 2027, ch. 724..439, 642
1905, p. 2027, ch. 724.

Amended by Laws 1906,
p. 736, ch. 314.
1905, pp. 2034, 2039, ch.
724, 88 12, 19..........
1905, p. 2051, ch. 725.
1906, p. 303, ch. 178, § 94.
Amended by Laws 1908,
p. 1217, ch. 426....628, 667
1906, p. 736, ch. 314. 640
1906, p 794, ch. 326, § 32..1056
1906, p. 1196, ch. 474, § 2..1078
1906, p. 1682, ch. 657, § 1
343, 746
1907, p. 126, ch. 93. § 1...1071
1908, p. 433, ch. 148...61, 851
1908, p. 1217, ch. 426..628, 667

640

439
642

I. ESTABLISHMENT, CONSTRUCTION,
AND MAINTENANCE.

§ 28. A proposed connection with tracks
of a street railroad held to be outside the limits
of a franchise.-Village of Waverly v. Waver-
ly, S. & A. Traction Co. (Sup.) 1074.

§ 28. Laws 1890, p. 1084, c. 565, § 4, subd.
5, held to authorize connection of railroads
which do not in fact intersect, but come so
near as to be desirable, as where two inter-
urban street railroads are within about 300
feet of each other.-Village of Waverly v.

Waverly, S. & A. Traction Co. (Sup.) 1074.

§ 28. Where connection is proposed to be
made in a street between interurban lines for
exchanging cars, held, that village trustees
had the right to participate in determining the
Village of Waverly v. Waverly, S. & A. Trac-
place and manner of making the intersection.-
tion Co. (Sup.) 1074.

§ 37. A street railway company required by
its franchise and by Railroad Law (Laws 1890,
p. 1112, c. 565) § 98, as amended by Laws 1892,
p. 1404, c. 676, to keep in permanent repair
all portions of the street between its tracks and
two feet outside, held to have no constitutional
8 right to be heard on the question whether the
requirement to lay a new and improved pave-
ment is reasonable.-City of New York v. New
York City Ry. Co. (Sup.) 939.

§ 37. Under Railroad Law (Laws 1890, n.
1112, c. 565) § 98, as amended by Laws 1892,
p. 1404, c. 676, a street railway company held
required to repave its part of the street when
the pavement of the street as a whole has be-
come so out of repair that a new pavement is
necessary, and the proper local authorities have

See Railroads.

Carriage of passengers, see Carriers.

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determined that the public interests require a
new pavement.-City of New York v. New
York City Ry. Co. (Sup.) 939.

§ 38. Street railroad company, notified by a
city to repave between its tracks within 30
days, as provided by statute, which failed to
comply with notice, held liable for the cost of
the work subsequently done by the city.-City
of New York v. New York City Ry. Co. (Sup.)

765.

II. REGULATION AND OPERATION.
Liability of street railroad company for injuries
to servant, applicability of Railroad Law, see
Master and Servant, § 2502.
Res gestæ, see Evidence, § 123.

§ 114. In an action for death of plaintiff's
intestate through being struck by a street car
while attempting to cross the track, evidence
held to show contributory_negligence.-Pietra-
roia v. New Jersey & H. R. Ry. & Ferry Co.
(Sup.) 249.

§ 117. Testimony of one injured in a colli-
sion with a street car held not to authorize a
finding as a matter of law that he was free
from contributory negligence and that the mo-
torman was negligent.-Jaffa v. Nassau Electric
R. Co. (Sup.) 324.

§ 118. It is error to refuse to charge that a
street railway company has a paramount right
to its track in the middle of a block.-Jaffa v.
Nassau Electric R. Co. (Sup.) 324.

$ 98. Failure of a person crossing a street to See Action.
look for an approaching car held contributory
negligence.-Daly v. New York City Ry. Co.
(Sup.) 698.

STREETS.

See Highways; Municipal Corporations, §§ 657,
705, 777-818.

STRIKES.

As excuse for delay of contractor, see Contracts,
$$ 300, 349.

Liability of trade unions and their members for
illegal acts, see Trade Unions, § 8.
Restraining unlawful acts, see Injunction, §

101.

Rights of strikers, see Torts, § 10.

SUBLETTING.

See Landlord and Tenant, §§ 79, 802.

tion of the question were before the court.-
Doyle v. John E. Olson Realty Co. (Sup.) 834.

17. The rights of persons not parties to
a submission of a controversy cannot be deter-
mined.-Silver Lake Assembly v. Hard (Sup.)
1061.

SUBSCRIPTIONS.

Evidence of contract for subscription to periodi-
cal publication, see Contracts, § 28.

SUFFERANCE.

Tenancy at sufferance, see Landlord and Tenant,
§ 118.

SUIT.

SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS.

Recovery of possession by landlord, see Landlord
and Tenant, §§ 295–305, 329.

SUMMONS.

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SUBMISSION OF CONTROVERSY.

§ 3. Courts will not decide questions sub- See Partnership, § 258.
mitted in which parties not before the court are
interested, the effect of which would be to fore-
close their rights without a hearing, even though
it might lead to the settlement of a particular
controversy.-Doyle v. John E. Olson Realty
Co. (Sup.) 834.

SURVIVING PARTNERS.

SUSPENSION.

Of attorney, see Attorney and Client, $$ 39, 53.
Of foreclosure sale, see Mortgages, § 511.

SWITCHES.

83. A question submitted on an agreed state-
ment of facts held not to be answered, where
neither all the facts and circumstances nor all
the parties necessary for a proper determina-

Construction of by street railroads, see Street
Railroads, § 28.

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