Excerpt from The Insurance Law Journal, 1899, Vol. 28: Reports of Decisions Rendered in Insurance Cases in the Federal Courts, and in the State Supreme Courts
It is of the errors assigned and argued that the third paragraph of the charge to the jury was improper, in that it submitted to that body the query of whether Drewlow, during life and good health, paid the first premium to Chapman, the company's agent. This question was directly of the issues presented, and on which the evi dence was conﬂicting, and was for the consideration and determina tion of the jury; hence it was not error to give the portion of the charge, the subject of this objection.
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