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Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-eight,
By WILLIAM WAIT,
In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
Section 5. Contributory negligence on the part of the guest
Section 2. Notice: proofs and payment..
Section 3. To whom payable....
Article IX. Limitations as to actions: arbitrament..
Section 2. Conditions as to actions
Section 3. Condition as to arbitration.
Article I. Of life insurance in general
Section 2. Interpleader at common law..
Section 3. Interpleader as an equitable remedy.
Article II. Facts essential to sustain a right to the remedy.
Section 1. Applicant for relief must be disinterested.
Section 2. No adequate remedy at law......
Section 3. Must be ignorant of the rights of claimants.
Section 5. Property or thing claimed must be definite.
Section 6. Applicant for relief must be in possession.
Section 7. Diligence in applying for remedy.
Section 8. Statutory provisions..
Title I. General rules and principles....
Article I. Nature, rights and liabilities..
Section 1. Definition and nature..
Section 4. Individual liabilities....
Section 5. Officers, their rights and powers...
Section 6. Officers, their duties and liabilities.
Section 7. Of the property of the company.
Section 8. Of the stock generally....
Section 9. Contracts, rights and liabilities under..
Section 10. Dissolution of company...
Section 11. Action by the company.