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8 Wkly. Cin. L. Bull. i (1882)

handle is hein.barjournals/ohlwb0008 and id is 1 raw text is: THE WEEKLY CINCINNATI LAW BULLETIN,
A Weekly Law Magazine designed to meet the requirements of the
Legal Profession of Ohio and the adjoininq States.
Vol. VlII.        CINCINNATI, JULY 10, 1882.               No. i.

NOTICE.
WE intended to publish the Indexes
of vol. 7, and Table of cases to supple-
ment with this number, but prefer not
to delay the publication of this nual-
ber on that account, and we shall send
out the Indexes, Table of cases to vol.
7 in the course of this week, or with
No. 2. vol. 8.
WE have not been able to publish of
late as many decisions of the District
Court of Hamilton County as usual and
as we desired. But as most of the
time of the court for the last three
months was occupied with the assign-
ment case of Archbishop Pwcell there
only a few other cases disposed of.
CONTENTS-No. i:
MAMILTO V C0 N UTY        0., COMMON
PLEAS COURT.
KENDALL VS. KENDALL-
Action to quiet title-Action to establish Heir-
ship.-Page s
CORWIN VS. COOK ET AL.
Married wo..en -Surety - Promissory note-
-Page 4.
t UCHsNAN ET AL VS. MITCHELL-
Attachment-Answer of garnishee-Page 8.
GEORGE MASON VS. PETER EtcHELS AND WIF-
Fraudulent conveya ce-Execution-Remedy-
Page 7-
SARGENT, l'XECUTOR, VS. SInLEY-
Under an authority t will to executor to invest.
manage and control, the estate as in judgment will
be best calculated to cnmbine safety with prodnc-
tiveness, the executor may make contracts for the
sale of unproductive property-What petition in a
suit to enforce such a contract must allege--Page 6.
SUPERIOR COURT OF CINCINNATI.
Amzi HcGILL vs. THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS-
Powers of County Commissioners to build new
roads, and use funds for that purpose.-Page 9
M. F. GOODRICH vs. T. J. HAMMER ST AL.-
Sher ff's return of summons, what must state to
make service good.-Page it

UNITED    STATES    CIRCUIT COURT
DISTRICT OF INDIANA.
SA UI UHL B RAX'E- AND OTHRS vs 'HE HART-
FORD INSURANCE COO PANY-
Ins ran e-. t-res- of Eleva-or Ownersin Grain
D posited in Elevator by others-Page 12.
KENTrUCKY COURT OF APPEALS.
H. B. WEDDINGTON, &C.. VS. COMMONWEVALTH-
Page 13
NOTES ON RECENT DECISIONS.
Authority of agent-Ratificaiion - Evidence-
P age 14.
Sale of business bearing special name-lnjnnc-
ti n. -Page 14.
Bill in equity  to  restrain  corporation  or its
board of director-Necessory requisite to sustain
-Page 14.
Printed signature-Sufficiency of, in su mons-
Page 14
NEAKLY READY.
BATES NEW      DIGEST
OF
OHIO STATE REPORTS,
Vols. 25 to 37, both inclusive, also the io
vols. of the American Law Record, and
the 7 vols. of the Weekly Cin,innqti LaN
Bulletin, heing
Vol. 3
By CLEMENT BATES, Esq.
In the preparation of this volume the
arrangement and general plan of WalKer
& Bates' Digest has been followed, and as
to the merits of that work we need not
speak-it has a nati,inal reputation for ex-
cellence of plan, convenient and logical
arrangement. and thorough and accurate
references ; and ha been used as a model in
the preparation of Digests in other States.
M r. Bates has been at work on this volume
for several years, having digested each
volume of the Reports as published. fie
has exercised the same care and thorough
research in its preparation, which is a
characteristic of all his work.
The manuscript is now ready for the
printer, with the exeption of a small por-
tion which is to embrace the cases of
Volume 37 Ohio State Reports not yet
printed; and this volume of the Digest
will be given to the profession almost sim.
ultaneously with the new volume of the
Reports.

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