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practical use, is a book within the meaning of the first section of the
tion of the statute. Drury v. Ewing, 540.
a previous copyright had been obtained, the true inquiry is, whether
alleged piratical work may be in some respects an improvement, it
is still an infringment of the exclusive right of the author. Ib.
copyrighted by the complainant being established by the evidence,
the costs of this proceeding. Ib.
will not, at a subsequent term, revise or correct it as to the costs;
judgment. Crabtree v. Ex'rs of Wm. Neff, 554.
discriminated between the costs of the plaintiff and those of the de-
crimination, has always prevailed in this court; and, until otherwise
is, prescriptively at least, the law of this court. 16.
Where the evidence proves, to the satisfaction of a jury, in a suit on
the bond of a disbursing officer, that money, reasonable in amount,
States v. Corwin, 149.
CREDITORS. See FRAUD; EQUITY.
RECOGNIZANCE; MAIL; NEUTRALITY; EXAMINING COURT; JURIS-
law, there must be a division of the damages; and such is the decree
in this case. Schenck v. Steamboat Fremont, 57.
New Orleans; as the result of the collision, the flour was submerged
Seaman & Gillespie v. Steamboat Crescent City, 105.
livery of property, is the difference between the price at which it
must be divided between the boats; but if the fault was wholly on
boat Defender, 397.
See CONTRACT; PENALTY; VERDICT; COLLISION.
justly owes, and to secure an indorser against liability, if done in
Walker v. Adair, 158.
tion, the original decree can not be impeached, except for fraud, or
be not only an intention to dedicate, but an act manifesting such in-
tention. Robertson v. Town of Wellsville, 81.
of property for public use, and requires no particular formality to
give them validity. Ib.
by a written instrument, and, under some circumstances, it may be
to the title asserted by him. Ib.
divestiture of the fee of the owner. 1b.
of the landing, or beach of the river, to the municipal authorities of
a legal dedication to the public. Ib.
ership over the property, by the person claiming title, may be con-
clusive to rebut a presumption of a dedication to the public. Ib.
it, for his own and the public use, does not make out a valid dedica-
to have been executed many years before the commencement of the
of Wellsville, 81.
for an injunction, may properly take into consideration the existence
of an actual conflict imminent danger of a violent collision be
edy at law; the remedy must be complete, prompt, and efficient.
Crane v. McCoy, 422.
strenuous, and expensive litigation, and those rights can be more
PLEADING AND PRACTICE.
'staleness of the claim of title set up to land, when it appears by the
long time after their rights accrued they were minors, residing in
on proof of their allegations in that regard. Ib.
judged to be in the complainant, and that he is entitled to a patent,
to obtain two distinct objects by the same decree. Ib.
original bill can be introduced in an amended bill, and a party can
only avail himself of such fact by filing a supplemental bill. Ib.
cause of demurrer. Ib.
minute facts of his case; the general statement of a precise fact is
scribed stock for the express purpose of constructing a branch rail-
amount subscribed and due by each one. Ib.
ants, to reduce into his possession the property or assets of the
TRUSTS AND TRUSTEES.
fiduciary can not be a purchaser of the trust property, even in the
ley v. Taylor, 142.
bad obtained an order from the probate court for the sale of the de-
the facts of this case, the creditors of the insolvent decedent, and
not the heirs, would be the proper persons to impeach the sale. Ib.
court. United States v. Coons, 1.
determine the character of acts ambiguous or unintelligible. United
States v. Lumsden, 5.
in violation of section 6 of the act of April 20, 1818, is admissible