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MOTION. Under section 3515 of the Revision, which provides that
Western Stage Co., 241.
is not perfected until service of notice thereof. Merely filing a
notice of appeal served, at least upon the clerk. Id.
least upon the clerk, he should not recall the execution, if one has
been issued, nor issue an order to stay proceedings thereunder. Id.
under sections 3514, 3515 of the Revision, an appellee may, in
the party has also been served with such notice. Id.
be held to have been taken in time, although the transcript shows
to be excessive, will not be reviewed on appeal to the Supreme
tion 2, chapter 49, Laws of 1866, as provides that it shall not be
diseased condition of sheep represented to be sound, is a demand
allowance of the amount in value of property to be attached, as
2. DAMAGES FOR WRONGFUL SUING OUT: PLEADING. In an action for
damages for the wrongful suing out of an attachment, the plead.
for the attachment. ld.
the discharge of attached property under section 3239 of the
should be made clear and satisfactory. McLaren v. Hall et al., 297.
proceeding cannot, in the main action, put in issue, as a defense,
ATTORNEY AND CLIENT.
for interest on money collected by him for his client by depositing
See PARTIES, 2.
takes a change of venue to another county, and gives bail for his
BILLS AND NOTES.
claiming an exemption from liability on a bill of exchange upon
Branch of the State Bank v. McLeran et al., 306.
made by the owner of the paper, either personally or by his daly
3. DRAWEES MAY ACT AS AGENTS. The drawees in a bill of exchange
may act as the agents of the holder, in procuring a proper present-
third parties to the paper. Id.
ners, of a bill drawn upon the firm, is sufficient. Id.
(Rev. S 1800) is chargeable without notice of non-payment, if the
ment from the want of notice. Id.
in a different State, having funds of the drawer on deposit, in favor
Austin, Corbin & Co. et al., 315.
The holder of such a check may maintain an action thereon, before
one person makes a promise to another for the benefit of a third, the lat-
ter may maintain an action upon it.
bank receiving deposits to pay out the same upon the checks of the
ing from the non-repair of a county bridge, to a person while travel-
See HIGHWAY, 7, 8.
CASES IN IOWA REPORTS, CITED, FOLLOWED, ETC.
Vendor and Vendee. Van Driel v. 14 Iowa, 214. Constitutional law. The
State v. Squires, 343.
3. Patent. Heirs of Klein v. Argen- ment lien. Chapman v. Coats, 292.
Balcom v. Dubuque & Sioux City R. R.
Heirs of Klein v. Argenbright, 495. Burlington & Missouri River R. R. Co.,
Parties. Turner v. The First National
tutional law. The State v. Squires, 357. Bell v. Evans, 10 Iowa, 353. Alimony.
Bell v. Foutch, 21 Iowa, 119. Bridges.
v. Dubuque & Sioux City R. R. Soper v. Henry County, 269.
Blake v. Graves, 18 Iowa, 812. Evidence.
Boardman v. Beckwith, 18 Iowa, 292.
Pacífic R. R. CO., 4 Greene, 1. Rail-
Dubuqce Female College v. Dist. Town-
Dubuque Female College v. Dist. Town-
Fixtures. Sowden & Co. v. Craig, 166. tract. Sackett v. Osborn, 146.
stitutional law. The State v. Squires, ment lien. Chapman v. Coats, 991.
Er parte Pritz, 9 Iowa, 30. Constitutional
Finnagan v. Manchesier, 12 Iowa, 591.
Bridges. Soper v. Henry County, 269. and Harshberger, 505.
Foley v. Howard, 8 Iowa, 56. Deed.
Foteau v. Lepage, 6 lowa, 123. Evidence.
Judgment lien. Chapman v. Coats, Fountain v. West, 23 Iowa, 14. Practice.
Preston v. Walker, 208.
possession. McNamee v. Moreland, Joint ownership of chattels. Conocer
v. Earl, 169.
bonde. McClure v. Oncen, 252,
sale. King v. Tharp, 27.
dall v. Sterens & Alrerem, 101,
Practice. Phillips v. Starr & Co., 352. tice. Preston v. Walker, 28.
Husband and wife. McLaren v. Had
ny. Harshberger v. Harshberger and Haight v. City of Keokuk, 4 Iowa, 27.
Adverse possession. McNanut v. Vore-
band and wife. Richmond v. Tibbles Hamilton v. The State Bank, N Iowa,
306. Instructions, Hunt v. The Chi.
road bonds. McClure v. Onoen, 251. Hays v. Turner, 23 Iowa, 214, Nonsait.
Harshberger v. Harshberger and Harsh- Helphrey v. Ross, 19 lowa, 41. Tax
sale. Miller v. Gregg, 75.
sale. Cunningham v. Felker, 119. Punitive damages. Garland v. Whole
Holliday v. Holliday, 10 Iowa, 200. Frand-
mony. Harshberger v. Harshberger and Harrow, 465.
Hubbard 'v. Curtis, 8 Iowa, 1. Partner-
Iowa, 276. Insurance. Viele v. The lin, 426.
Hughes v. Feeter, 23 Iowa, 547. Judicial
Schmidt, 15 Iowa, 213. Highway. The Hurst v. Sheets, 21 Iowa, 501. Judg.
ment lien. Chapman v. Coats, 292.
Judgment lien. Chapman v. Coats,
Insurance. Viele v. The Husband and wife. McLaren v. Hau,
Constitutional law. The State v. Elcen v. McEwen, 376.
Jones v. Berkshire, 15 Iowa, 318. Stat.
sale. Cunningham y. Felker, 119. Jones v. Berkshire, 15 Iowa, 248. Con-
tutional law. The State v. Squires, 347.
Jones v. Crosthwaite, 17 Iowa, 402.
structions. Hunt v. The Chicago & N. Oles and Husband, 479.
Jones v. Crosthwaite, 17 Iowa, 893.
Iowa, 126. Insurance. Viele y. The Shawhan v. Long, 491.
Pierson v. David, 4 Iowa, 410. Judge
rer. Turner v. First National Bank of Stevens & Alverson, 401.
Phares v. Walters, 6 Iowa, 106. Consti.
Judgment by default. Hunt & Kendall rer. Hull & Co. v. Alexander, 570.
Rees v. Leech et al., 10 Iowa, 439. Prac-
Reynolds v. Kingsbury, 15 Iowa, 238.
possession. McNamee v. Moreland, Squires, 347.
Robey et al. v. Knowlton, 23 Iowa, 544.
and wife. Richmond v. Tibbles and bonds. McClure v. Owen, 250.
Rodemyer v. Rodman, 5 Iowa, 429. Hus-
and Husband, 479.
ing. Shawhan v. Long, 491.
Murray v. Cone, 279.
409. Highway. Soper v. Henry County, trial. Riley v. Monohan, 509.
Rush v. Davenport, 6 Iowa, 443. Cor-
stitutional law. The State v. Squires, County, 268.
Russ v. Steamboat War Eagle, 14 Iowa,
Russel v. Hawley, 20 Iowa, 219. Rail-
306, 391. Statute. Bennett v. Fisher, River R. R. Co., 552.
Ryerson v. Hendrie, 22 Iowa, 481. Par-
Railroad bonds. McClure v. Owen, 252. Sather v. Rogers, 10 Iowa, 231. Notarial
road bonds. McClure v. Owen, 250. School District v. Pratt, 17 Iowa, 16.
Constitutional law. The State v. Bank of Keokuk, 566.
Scudder v. Delashmutt, 7 Iowa, 39. Part-
tional law. The State v. Squires, 316. Conklin, 426.
possession. JcNamee v. Mordland, 102. Judgment lien. Chapman v. Coats, 291.
Railroad bonds. McClure v. Owen, tions. Hunt v. The Chicago & N. W.
R. R. Co., 366.
of limitations. Howells v. Patton, 513. trial. Riley . Monohan, 509.
land, 22 Iowa, 595. School contracts.
stitutional law. The State v. Squires, Creek, 282.
Shepherd v. Brenton, 15 Iowa, 84, 90.
Simms v. Hervey, 19 Iowa, 272. Husband
ment lien. Chapman v. Coats, 291. Smith, Twogood & Co. y. Cooper &
Smith, Twogood & Co. v. Clarke & Hen-
well & Co. v. Howard & Co., 385.
Railroad bonds. McClure v. Owen, 250.
ment lien. Chapman v. Coats, 291. plevin. Delancey v. Holcomb, 96.
band and wife. "Richmond v. Tibbles sale. Cunningham v. Felker, 119.