Massachusetts Reports, Volume 176

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H.O. Houghton and Company, 1901 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 132 - Provided. That nothing in this act shall be construed to prohibit the manufacture or sale of oleomargarine in a separate and distinct form, and in such manner as will advise the consumer of its real character, free from coloration or ingredient that causes it to look like butter.
Page 131 - ... has the right to the use of the same; that no other person, firm, association, union or corporation has the right to such use, either in the identical form or in any such near resemblance thereto as may be calculated to deceive, and that the fac-simile or counterparts filed therewith are true and correct.
Page 490 - ... this policy shall be valid without such assent for five days thereafter, — or if, without such assent, the situation or circumstances affecting the risk shall, by or with the knowledge, advice, agency, or consent of the insured, be so altered as to cause an increase of such risks...
Page 192 - ... to, or for, charitable, educational or religious societies or institutions, the property of which is exempt by law from taxation...
Page 112 - By section 9 it is declared that "every renewal or continuance of such partnership beyond the time originally fixed for its duration shall be certified, acknowledged, and recorded, and an affidavit of a general partner be made and filed, and notice be given in the manner herein required for its original formation; and every such partnership which shall be otherwise renewed or continued shall be deemed a general partnership.
Page 263 - It is true, as claimed, that it was the duty of the defendant to use reasonable care to provide a safe place in which the plaintiff was required to work, and that this duty, like the duty to furnish safe machinery and proper appliances for doing the work, was an absolute one, which the defendant could not delegate, so as to be relieved from liability in case the duty was neglected.
Page 163 - The lien which an attorney is said to have on a judgment [which Mr. Jones (Jones, Liens, 155) says perhaps is an incorrect expression] is merely a claim to the equitable interference of the court to have that judgment held as a security for his debt.
Page 472 - ... or other process and shall not be seized, taken, appropriated or applied by any legal or equitable process, or by operation of law, to pay any debt or liability of a certificate holder or of any beneficiary named in a certificate, or of any person who may have any right thereunder.
Page 571 - Trial in the Superior Court, before Barker, J., who, after a verdict for the plaintiffs, reported the case for the determination of this court, in substance as follows. The plaintiffs purchased the land on which the barn mentioned in the declaration stood on July 19, 1887.
Page 190 - The first of these is whether the legacy tax paid to the United States under St. June 13, 1898, c. 448, 29, 30, is to be deducted before paying the State succession tax under St.

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