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Page 458 - In cases of voluntary manslaughter there must be a serious and highly provoking injury inflicted upon the person killing, sufficient to excite an irresistible passion in a reasonable person, or an attempt by the person killed to commit a. serious personal injury on the person killing.
Page 148 - The last-named author says that when one " expressly or by implication invites others to come upon his premises, whether for business or for any other purpose, it is his duty to be reasonably sure that he is not inviting them into danger, and to that end he must exercise ordinary care and prudence to render the premises reasonably safe for the visit.
Page 421 - That where one of the original parties to the contract or cause of action in issue and on trial, is dead, or is shown to the court to be insane ; or when an executor or administrator is a party, the other party shall not be admitted to testify in his own favor...
Page 757 - A court will not listen to an objection made to the constitutionality of an act by a party whose rights it does not affect and who has therefore no interest in defeating it.
Page 550 - In addition to the demurrer to the evidence, one of the grounds of the motion for a new trial is that the verdict is against the evidence.
Page 375 - ... to his and their own proper use, benefit and behoof forever in fee simple.
Page 436 - Nor would it have been proper for the court to have instructed the jury that it was not such an order as required him to obey.
Page 20 - An act to confer jurisdiction on the Court of Claims to hear, try and determine the claim of George Ford for damages for personal injuries alleged to have been sustained by him by reason of the negligence of the State...