Notes on the United States Reports; A Brief Chronological Digest of All Points Determined in the Decisions of the Supreme Court, with Notes Showing the Influence, Following and Present Authority of Each Case, as Disclosed by the Volume 4

Notes on the United States Reports; A Brief Chronological Digest of All Points Determined in the Decisions of the Supreme Court, with Notes Showing the Influence, Following and Present Authority of Each Case, as Disclosed by the Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...holding prior penal statute repealed by subsequent, only so far as repugnant; Lefevre v. Lefevre, 59 N. Y. 44(i, dissenting opinion, arguing act restricting capacity of benevolent societies to take, repealed by act relating to wills; Hankins T. Mayor, 64 N. Y. 25, arguing act requiring mayor, etc., to designate paper for publication of proceedings of county boards, repeals prior act providing for publication of proceedings of election boards: Matter of N. Y. Institution, 121 N. Y. 241, 24 N. E. 380, holding statute pending for improving certain portions of the city repealed by consolidation act; Little v. Cogswell, 20 Or. 347, 25 Pac. 728, revisory act repeals prior act by implication; Strickland v. Gelde, 31 Or. 377( 49 Pac. 983, act relating to trespass by cattle supersedes and repeals, by implication, prior act on same subject; Durham v. State, 89 Tenn. 754,18 S. W. 81, it is equally well settled where one system Is superseded by another the former Is repealed, although the latter omits provisions of the former which are not inconsistent with any provisions of the latter; Bryan v. Sundberg, 5 Tex. 423, holding similarly; Rogers v. Watrous. 8 Tex. 65. 58 Am. Dec. 101, applying rule to statutes relating to change of venue; Stirman v. State, 21 Tex. 736, to statute relating to land certificates: Holdcn v. State, 1 Tex. App. 242, to statutes relating to organization of Judicial districts; Fox v. Commonwealth, 16 Gratt. 11, holding act taxing collateral inheritances repealed by later act imposing taxes to support the government; State v. Cain, 8 W. Va. 733, and Cortesy v. Territory, 7 N. Mex. 99, 32 Pac. 507, both applying rule to statutes relating to sale of intoxicating liquors, collecting authorities. Statute.--When statutes are affirmative, ..show more

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