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VOLUME 227.
CONTAINING Cases in which OPINIONS WERE FILED IN APRIL AND

JUNE, 1907, AND CASES IN WHICH REHEARINGS

WERE DENIED AT THE JUNE TERM, 1907.

ISAAC NEWTON PHILLIPS,

REPORTER OF DECISIONS.

BLOOMINGTON, ILL.

1907.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1907, by

ISAAC NEWTON PHILLIPS,
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

OCT 2 1 1901

Pantagraph Printing and Stationery Co.
Printers, Stereotypers, Binders,

Bloomington, III.

DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS.

GUY C. SCOTT, CHIEF JUSTICE.
JOHN P. HAND, CHIEF JUSTICE.*

JACOB W. WILKIN,
JAMES H. CARTWRIGHT,
JOHN P. HAND,
GUY C. SCOTT,

Justices.
WILLIAM M. FARMER,
ALONZO K. VICKERS,
ORRIN N. CARTER,

ATTORNEY GENERAL,
WILLIAM H. STEAD.

REPORTER OF DECISIONS,
ISAAC NEWTON PHILLIPS.

CLERK,
CHRISTOPHER MAMER.

*Mr. Justice Hand became Chief Justice at the June Term, 1907. At the June term, 1907, Rules 16, 27 and 28 were so amended as to read as follows:

“Rule 16. Abstracts and briefs shall be printed in a neat and workmanlike manner, with small-pica type and leaded lines, upon white paper 634 by 10 inches, as near as may be, bound in book or pamphlet form, with a suitable cover containing the title of the court and cause, and the court from which the case is brought. The name of the trial judge entering the judgment, decree or order to be reviewed shall appear upon the cover of the abstract, and the abstract shall be printed on one side of the paper, only. Twelve copies of each abstract and brief shall be filed with the clerk of this court, one of which shall be for the use of the opposite party and one for the official reporter.”

“Rule 27. The call of the docket will commence on Thursday of the second week of the term and twenty cases per day shall be subject to call. Abstracts and briefs of appellant or plaintiff in error must be filed in the clerk's office on or before the time required for filing the transcript of the record, with proof of service of copies of such abstracts and briefs on the opposite party or his counsel, personally or by mail; and in case either the abstract or brief is not so filed within the time prescribed, the judgment of the court below will, on the call of the docket, be affirmed. The appellee or defendant in error shall file his brief, with like proof of service, within ten days after the time so fixed for the filing of briefs by appellant or plaintiff in error, unless the time for filing the brief of appellant or plaintiff in error shall be extended, in which case he shall have ten days from the day on which the brief of appellant or plaintiff in error is actually filed. Appellant or plaintiff in error shall then have five days in which to file a reply brief, at the expiration of which time the cause will stand for decision and no further arguments will be received.

“Rule 28. Oral argument will be heard on behalf of cach party who shall have complied with the rule for filing briefs, and who shall file with his briefs a statement of his intention to argue such case orally, which statement of intention to argue orally shall be printed at the bottom of the outside or first page of the cover of the brief, and no further brief shall be received on behalf of any party after he shall have argued the case orally. The time allowed for oral argument shall be restricted to one hour on each side, unless otherwise specially permitted. But in the division of his time the appellant or plaintiff in error shall make a fair opening of the cause and shall not raise any new point in reply. Oral argument shall be strictly confined to the questions at issue in the cause: Provided, that where any cause shall be argued on one side only, such argument shall be restricted to thirty minutes."

TABLE OF CASES

REPORTED IN THIS VOLUME.

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PAGE.

PAGE. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Chicago, City of, ads. Gage. 137

Fe Ry. Co. v. People. ... 270 Chicago, City of, v. Hunt.. 130 Aurora, City of, v. Elgin, Chicago, City of, ads. LobAurora & South. Trac. Co. 485 dell

218
Chicago, City of, ads. Mac-
B
Chesney

215 Baldwin ads. City of Chicago 534 Chicago, City of, ads. McBarzak ads. Deering.

71
Chesney

450 Bates v. Parker...

Chicago, City of,v.McNally.

14 Beall v. Dingman. 294 Chicago, City of, v. Ogden, Berg ads. Seymour. 411

Sheldon & Co..... 595 Bingham v. Isham.. 634 Chicago, City of, ads. PeoBishop v. Hilliard. 382 ple ex rel.....

445 Bleich v. People..

80 Chicago, City of, v. RoemBloomington Hotel Co. v. held ...

160 Garthwait

613 Chicago, City of, ads. Board of Trade of Chicago

Rothschild & Co........ 205 ads. Bostedo.......

90 Chicago Suburban Water Bork ads. City of Chicago. 60 and Light Co. v. Hyslop.. 308 Bostedo v. Board of Trade Chicago Union Traction Co. of Chicago.... 90 v. Jerka.....

95 Boyd ads. Catholic Univer- Chicago & Western Indiana sity of America......... 281 R. R. Co. ads. Weage.... 421

Cole ads. People ex rel.... 59 с

Cole v. People ex rel...... 119 Casstevens v. Casstevens... 547

Colehouse ads. Switchmen's Catholic University of

Union

561 America v. Boyd.....

281 Coleman ads. Hirsch & Sons Chaplin v. Illinois Terminal

Iron and Rail Co....... 149 R. R. Co.....

166 Collings ads. Knight...
Chicago & Alton R. R. Co.
ads. Rhoads..

D
Chicago, City of, v. Baldwin 534 Deering v. Barzak.....
Chicago, City of, v. Bork.. 60 Diamond Glue Co. v. Wiet-
Chicago, City of, v. Didier.. 571 zychowski

348

328

71

338

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