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STATE JUDICIAL DIRECTORY
JOAN W. CHAMPLIN (CHIEF JUSTICE), GRAND RAPIDS.
[TERM EXPIRES DECEMBER 31, 1891.)
CHARLES C. HOPKINS, CLERK,
* For composition of Court during period covered by Vol. 74, see Vol. 68, page iii.
† Appointed to fill vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Justice CAMPBELL ++ Appointed to all Vacancy caused by the resignation of S. V. R. Trowbridge.
4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
VICTOR H. LANE,
RECORDER'S COURT OF DETROIT, GEORGE S. SWIFT.
. . F. H. CHAMBERS. (Jan. 1, Mar. 5, May 7, July 2, Sep. 3, Nov.5, 1890.) SUPERIOR COURT GRAND RAPIDS, EDWIN A. BURLINGAME.
(Mar. 10, May 12, Sep. 8, Deo. 8, 1890.)
TABLE OF CASES REPORTED
IN VOLUME 74,
WITH DIGEST OF POINTS DECIDED.
PAGE ADDISON, BURT V.,
730 AKELEY, TOWNSHIP OF LAKETON V.,
695 ALCONA CIRCUIT JUDGE, PACK V.,
28 ALFORD V. METCALF BROTHERS & Co.,
369 Negligence-Verdict held properly directed for defendant,
no negligence being shown on its part. ALPENA NATIONAL BANK V. GREENBAUM,
157 Bills and notes-Money collected by a bank president on
securities held in trust by him for payment of notes held by the bank, belongs to the bank, which is bound to collect and apply it pursuant to the trust, and cannot sue
indorsers on such notes. ALPENA TOWNSHIP, TURNBULL V.,
621 AMES, HAMILTON V.,
298 ANDREWS V. JUDGE OF PROBATE OF OTSEGO COUNTY,
278 Elections-Act No. 293, Laws of 1887, providing for recount
of ballots on petitivn of candidate who intends to contest election, held too defective to be carried into execu
tion, unless by common consent. APPLEMAN V. MYRE,
359 Log-lien suit-Lien cannot be found upon logs not described
in writ or declaration-Lien for labor on mass of logs
Appleman v. Myre-Continued.
belonging to different owners, cannot be enforced in
Evidence-After admission without objection of a certain
class of testimony, the remainder resting on the same
ARMS SHINGLE & LUMBER Co., RICHARDS V.,
ATTORNEY GENERAL V. JAMES,
733 Detroit poor commission-Act No. 273, Laws of 1887,
revoked the authority of its members to act as superin-
be rendered against him on his plea, etc.
536 Taxes—Loss upon sale of State tax lands on "five-year list,"
is not a proper charge against the county-Interest,
and dumb—And upon annual balances due the State. AUDITORS OF WAYNE Co., ROULO V.,
AVERILL V. PERROTT,
296 Constitutional law-Act No. 435, Local Acts of 1887, in so
far as it attempts to deprive justices of the peace of Bay
utes, is unconstitutional, AYRES V. TOULMIN,
44 Libel and slander-Question of pleading, discussed.