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Page 180 - ... no civil suit shall be brought before either of said courts against any person, by any original process or proceeding, in any other district than that whereof he is an inhabitant...
Page 179 - States, he may make and file a petition in such suit in such state court at the time, or any time before the defendant is required by the laws of the State or the rule of the state court in which such suit is brought, to answer or plead to the declaration or complaint of the plaintiff...
Page 530 - ... a judgment or decree to be final, within the meaning of that term as used in the acts of Congress giving this court jurisdiction on appeals and writs of error, must terminate the litigation between the parties on the merits of the case, so that if there should be an affirmance here, the court below would have nothing to do but to execute the judgment or decree it had already rendered.
Page 494 - The decision in Henning v. Miller, 66 Hun, 538, [21 NY Supp. 831], a case at law, really rests upon the doctrine that parol evidence is not admissible to vary the terms of a written instrument.
Page 231 - It is as true of the present law as it was of that of 1867 that the filing of the petition is a caveat to all the world, and in effect an attachment and injunction (Bank v.
Page 105 - The provisions of section one shall not apply to actions to recover damages for personal injuries sustained by domestic servants and farm laborers.
Page 76 - No alterations shall be made in the work except upon written order of the Architect; the amount to be paid by the Owner or allowed 'by the Contractor by virtue of such alterations to be stated in said order.
Page 382 - es80 81 scntial that there shall be some rational connection between the fact proved and the ultimate fact presumed, and that the inference of one fact from proof of another shall not be so unreasonable as to be a purely arbitrary mandate.
Page 36 - The assur-ed upon the occurrence of an accident shall give immediate written notice thereof with the fullest information obtainable at the time, to the home office of the company at New York, or to its duly authorized agent.
Page 8 - Said board may cause examinations of such waters to be made to ascertain their purity and fitness for domestic use or their liability to impair the interests of the public or of persons lawfully using them or to imperil the public health. It may make rules and regulations to prevent the pollution and to secure the sanitary protection, of all such waters as are used as sources of water supply.