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Of insured, see INSURANCE.
Duty to guard against danger to trespa88ing
children by electric wires. 17-833 (cases pp. 795, 803, 807, 813, 823, 829).
Complaint against master and servant
for latter's negligence as misjoinder
Questions of law and fact.
of fraud. 17-239.
canned beans was caused by them.
17-649. Responsibility of innkeeper for acts of
police officers taken by him to the
room of a guest. 17-134. Question whether insured aiding peace
officer in pursuit of criminals in
curred needless risk. 17-188. Voluntariness of confession where evi.
dence conflicting. 17-1276.
- negligence generally,
ful death. 17–795.
automobile and pedestrian. 17-68. Negligence in failing to attempt to notify
the sender of a telegram of inability
to deliver it. 17–103. Negligence in stringing insufficiently in
sulated electric wires. 17–795. Question whether a latticed pillar in a
highway is so attractive to children as to suggest possibility of accident to one placing a defectively insulated
wire near the top thereof. 17-829. Proper care by bank of Liberty bonds
received for safe-keeping. 17-1205.
Discretion as to conduct of, see APPEAL
Elections between counts.
manufacturer for injuries, to elect
contributory negligence. Directing verdict, see infra. General rule as to, in action for wrongful
death. 17–795. Of pedestrian struck by automobile.
Reception of evidence.
from jury on conflicting evidence as
based on, see APPEAL AND ERROR.
- order of proof.
Statements and argument of counsel.
Argument of counsel as to recommenda- Power and duty of court to direct or adtion of mercy in criminal case.
vise acquittal in criminal case for in17-1120 (cases p. 1108).
sufficiency of evidence. 17-910
(case p. 902).
Direction of verdict proper, only where
reasonable minds could draw one inStatement by court as to failure to see ference from evidence. 17–1263.
materiality of question asked, as com- Where facts are admitted and all reasonment. 17-1098.
able minds agree. 17–795. Inferences by jury. Right of jury to infer wilfulness from Demurrer to evidence.
proof that a man abandons his wife In action to forfeit automobile alleged to without providing adequate support have been used in transporting infor her. 17-986.
toxicating liquors. 17-557. Italic type indicates points with annotation; roman type, points without.
- on what matters necessary or proper.
Right to protection against simulation of Duty of court to instruct as to right of
physical appearance of truck. jury to make recommendation to
17-786. mercy. 17-1123, 1144, 1158 (case p. 1098).
TRUSTS. Limiting to issues or proof. 17–134.
As to suspension of alienation, see. PERcomment of judge.
PETUITIES. Statement by court as to failure to see
materiality of question asked, as com- Validity and effect of provisions in will ment. 17-1098.
to control voting power of corporate
stock. 17-238 (case p. 218). correctness of instructions general
Duty of life tenant or life beneficiary to ly.
pay taxes. 17-1384 (case p. 1377). Necessity for exception, see APPEAL AND
Right of holder of majority stock in cor
poration to provide by his will for the PEAL AND ERROR.
election, through a trust of, certain Prejudicial error in instructions, see APPEAL AND ERROR.
persons as directors for a period of
time. 17-218. Right of party to complain of an instruc- Uncertainty and indefiniteness of trust. tion in his favor. 17-68.
17–218. New trial because of conflicting instruc
tions. 17-986. correctness of instructions in crimi. nal cases.
UNCERTAINTY AND INDEFINITEForm and sufficiency of instructions to
NESS. jury as to power to recommend to mercy. 17-1125, 1145 (cases pp. Of contract generally, see CONTRACTS. 1090, 1108).
Uncertainty as affecting validity of byInstruction lacking scientific form, but
law of mutual benefit association fully covering matter. 17–1098.
preventing recovery upon presumpInstruction that it is duty of jury to de- tion of death from seven years' abtermine whether or not they shall
Of trust. 17–218.
Payment of or offer to pay principal and Right of vendee who enters under parol
legal interest as condition of relief in contract, to recover for improvements equity against usurious contract. where vendor refuses to
convey. 17-123 (case p. 119).
17-949 (case p. 945). Italic type indicates points with annotation; roman type, points without.