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$ 2. Establishment and enforcement of

VARIANCE.
trust.
*A bill held to state a cause of action in equity Between pleading and proof in civil action, see
to compel defendant to transfer mining stock

"Pleading," § 1.
which he held under a constructive trust for the
benefit of complainant.-Brissell v. Knapp (C.
C.) 809.

VENDOR AND PURCHASER.
To a suit to compel a defendant to transfer
stock of a corporation which stood in his name, See “Sales."
but which he acquired on execution against a
former owner after the latter had transferred

VERDICT.
the equitable title thereto to complainant, nei-
ther the corporation nor such former owner is Directing verdict in civil actions, see "Trial.”
a necessary party.-Brissell v. Knapp (C. C.) Review on appeal or writ of error, see "Ap-
809.

peal and Error," § 6.
TUGS.
See "Towage."

VICE PRINCIPALS.

See “Master and Servant," § 1.
UNDISCLOSED AGENCY.

VILLAGES.
See "Principal and Agent," $ 2.

See "Municipal Corporations."
UNITED STATES.

VOIR DIRE.
See “Army and Navy"; "Customs Duties" ;
"Post Office."

Examination of jurors, see "Jury," $ 1.
Charter party in name of, see “Shipping," $ 1.
Courts, see "Courts,” $82, 3; “Removal of
Causes.'

WAGERS.
Homestead exemption against judgment in favor
of, see "Homestead," § 1.

See "Gaming," $ 1.
Jurisdiction of United States court to discharge

on habeas corpus person imprisoned by state
court, see "Habeas Corpus," $ 1.

WAGES.
Navigable waters of, see "Navigable Waters,"
- § 1.

Priority of claims for, over other claims against
Pendency of action in state court as bar to bankrupt, see "Bankruptcy," 7.

action in United States court, see "Abatement
and Revival," $ 1.

WAIVER.
1. Actions.
The right of the United States to cause ex- See "Estoppel.”
ecution to be issued on a judgment in its favor
in a purely governmental suit, such as an ac- Of objections to particular acts, instruments,
tion on an appearance bond given by a defend-

or proceedings.
ant in a criminal case, is not barred by limita- See "Appearance.”
tion nor by the laches of its officers in failing Preliminary affidavit or information for con-
to have such execution issued until more than

tempt, see “Contempt," § 2.
10 years after the judgment was entered. -
United States v. Noojin (D. C.) 377.

Of rights or remedies.
Exemption of bankrupt, see "Bankruptcy," $ 10.

Notice of hearing before arbitrators, see "Ar-
USAGES.

bitration and Award," 8 3.

See "Customs and Usages."

WAR.
See "Army and Navy."

USURY.

Recovery of usurious interest received from

WASTE.
bankrupt, see "Bankruptcy," $ 6.

*Equity has jurisdiction of a suit to restrain

waste by the cutting and removal of valuable
VACATION.

timber and incidentally for an accounting for

waste already committed.-Bell v. North Amer
Of judgment, see "Judgment,” $81, 3.

ican Coal & Coke Co. (C. O. A.) 712.
*Point annotated. See syllabus.

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