Pennsylvania Superior Court Reports Volume 30

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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. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...Shea and C'. Shea, for appellants.--The language of the charge was improper and erroneous: Wenger v. Barnhart, 55 Pa. 300; Young v. Merkel, 35 W. N. C. 303; Dosch v. Diem, 38 W. N. C. 533; Pennsylvania Canal Co. v. Harris, 101 Pa. 80; Heydrick v. Hutchinson, 165 Pa. 208; Herrington v. Guernsey, 177 Pa. 175; Cook v. Murphy, 150 Pa. 41; Smith v. Levick, 1_53 Pa. 522; Lumber Co. v. Gill, 187 Pa. 24. James R. Scouton, for appellees.--The judge had a right to express his opinion on the evidence: Emmons v. Stahlnecker, 11 Pa. 366; Repsher v. Wattson, 17 Pa. 365; Oyster v. Longnecker, 16 Pa. 269; Didier v. Penna. Co., 146 Pa. 582; Fredericks-v. R. R. Co., 157 Pa. 103; Dimmick v. Sexton, 125 Pa. 334; Follmer v. McGinley, 146 Pa. 517; McCloskey v. Bells Gap R. R. Co., 156 Pa. 254; Price v. Hamscher, 174 Pa. 73; Johnston v. Com., 85 Pa. 54; Nice v. Walker, 153 Pa. 123; Shovlin et al. v. Commonwealth, 106 Pa. 369; Commonwealth v. Orr, 138 Pa. 276; Commonwealth v. Van Horn, 188 Pa. 143. Ormron BY BEAVER, J., March 12, 1906: Every experienced trial lawyer knows the stress and strain under which one labors when, after repeated rejections of oflers of evidence, the very life of his case seems to depend upon the framing of an offer which will compel admission, or if rejected will lay the ground for a successful appeal. When this case was last here (Lee v. Williams, 26 Pa. Superior Ct. 405), its disposition turned upon the interpretation of just such an offer, and was sent back for a new trial solely on the ground that the offer imported verity. In then considering the offer which had been made in the court below and which had been rejected, we said: " The question for consideration practically comes to this: Is a materialman, a subcontractor, more

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