Ohio State Reports Volume 21

Ohio State Reports Volume 21

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 edition. Excerpt: ... law as it stood before 1853, the wife took only dower in her husband's real estate. By the act of 1853, it seems to us to have been the intention of thejlcgislature simply to advance her to a full life estate, and it was not until the passage of the act of 1857 that she was first given the estate in fee, to the exclusion of the brothers and sisters of the Directors of Infirmary of Marion Co. v. Trustees of Westfield Tp. Morrow C0. intestate. Such we believe to have been the opinion aequicsccd in by the legal profession and the community to such an extent as entitles it to be regarded, to some extent, as a rule of property. This opinion doubtless rests in part upon dicta found in the cases referred to, (Ba'rne_r/ v. lVz'ls0n, 11 Ohio St. 426; Brewer v. Hunt, 18 id. 337); but it rests mainly, as we apprehend, in the fact that such is the prima fucie purport of the statute, the impression which its first reading naturally and almost invariably inspires. Judgment for plaintiffs, for injunction and account. Tm: Boam) or Dmncrons or THE INFIRMARY or MARION Conxrr v. Tm: Tausrruzs or WESTFIELD Townsmr, Under the statutes in relation to the relief of the poor, as they existed prior to their revision in 1!, -165, the trustees of a township in one county, who have atforded temporary relief to a non-resident pauper, have no right of action against the board of directors of the infirmary of another county, where the pauper had a legal settlement, for the support so furnished; but, under the statute, they may maintain such action against the trustees of the township where the pauper has such settlement. Eaaon to the court of common pleas of Morrow county. Reserved in the district court. ' On the 20th of March, 1865, the trustees of Westfield township, ...show more

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