Burns' Annotated Indiana Statutes: Showing the General Statutes in Force January 1, 1914. Embracing the Revision of 1881 as Amended, and All Permanent, General and Public Acts of the General Assembly Passed Since the Adoption of that Revision; Containing Also the United States and Indiana Constitutions, All Completely Annotated, Part 1

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Page 138 - ... and shall pay for all Insurance thereon during the time it is so carried over. It is also understood and agreed that the within described lumber, lath, and shingles are to be manufactured in a good and workmanlike manner, as directed from time to time by second party. It is also agreed that...
Page 138 - Gilbert, if said party of the second part shall prefer; and that such estimate shall be so made on the first day of each month thereafter, of the lumber, lath, and shingles manufactured during each preceding month. The said parties of the second part agree to give to said first party their promissory note, dated June 1, 1892, due In ninety days after date, without interest, for the full amount of the purchase price of the lumber, lath, and shingles then manufactured and estimated as aforesaid; and...
Page 138 - Was it agreed that Barker & Co. should have the right to sell said lumber?"— upon the ground that there was no evidence to support the finding. The plaintiffs moved the court for a judgment for the plaintiffs upon the verdict rendered in said cause, on the ground that the general verdict was Inconsistent with the special findings of the jury, "and under said special findings, and according to the rules of law, the judgment should be entered for the plaintiffs.
Page 138 - ... said notes discounted. It is further agreed that the final settlement for said lumber, lath, and shingles shall be made on the inspection and measurement thereof made on the dock at Escanaba, Michigan. And it is agreed that the parties of the second part shall take all risk of damage by fire of such part of said lumber, lath, and shingles as may be carried over and not shipped during the season of...
Page 138 - Held no error. 7. PRACTICE — FOLLOWING STATE STATUTES — SPECIAL FINDINGS. The provisions of a state statute requiring the submission of special questions to the jury upon request of counsel, and providing that the findings thereon shall control the general verdict, are not binding upon the courts of the United States. In those courts the effect of inconsistent findings is to be determined by the common law, and not by such statute. In Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern...
Page 138 - June. 14'C. shall be estimated by two inspectors, one to be chosen by each of the parties hereto, or said estimate shall be made by Mr. George Gilbert, if said party of the second part shall prefer; and that such estimate shall be so made on the first day of each month thereafter, of the lumber, lath, and shingles manufactured during each preceding month. The said parties of the second part agree to give to said first party their promissory note, dated June...
Page 138 - ... aforesaid. And it is also agreed that, if said parties of the second part do not desire said lumber, lath, and shingles shipped as fast as estimated as aforesaid, said first party will extend the time on. or renew the notes given for the purchase price of, said lumber, lath, and shingles, so long as the same remains in the possession of said first party, not to exceed ninety days, but upon the express condition that said second...

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