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Ward v. Montgomery, 57 Ind. Whitehouse, In re, 4 Nat. B. Reg. 276.................

469 63.....................
..................................... 3

" Ward v. Wilson, 100 Ind. 52......313 Wilburn v. Wilburn, 83 Ind. 55.. 63, Warey v. Forst, 102 Ind. 205. .... 36

465 Warnock v. Davis, 104 U. S. 775..581 Wilcox v. Majors, 88 Ind. 203. ... 160 Warren v. City of Evansville, 106 Wilkinson v. Pearson, 23 Pa. St.

Ind. 104 ..............................157 117........... ..... .............. 169 Warring v. Hill, 89 Ind. 497 ...... 275 Williams v. State, 47 Ind. 568....382 Wasson v. First Nat'l Bank, 107 | Williams v. Venner, 53 Ind. 396..229

Ind, 206...... ...........41, 243 Williams v. Wilbur, 67 Ind. 42..511 Waters v. Bredin, 70 Pa. St. 235..459 Wills v. Ross, 77 Ind. 1........88, 312 Water-Works Co. v. Burkhart, 41 Wilson v. Clark, 11 Ind. 385..20, 454

Ind. 364 ......... ................136, 194 Wilson v. Shorick, 21 Iowa, 332..115 Watson v. Beabout, 18 Ind. 281..314 Wilson v. Trafalgar, etc., G. R. Watson v. Charlemont, 12 Q. B. 1 Co., 93 Ind. 287 .............

.........287 856.

........... 464 | Wilson v. Wilson, 86 Ind. 472 ... 459 Webb v. Brandywine, etc., T. P. Wingate v. Wilson, 53 Ind. 78... 81

Co., 55 Ind. 441.....................119 Winship v. Block, 96 Ind. 446.... 23 Weed S. M. Co. v. Winchell, 107 Wirebach v. First Nat'l Bank, 97 Ind. 260 ............ ........... 86 Pa. St. 543........

.............437 Weiner v. Heintz, 17 Ill. 259......355 Wontner v. Shairp, 4 Man. G. & Weis v. City of Madison, 75 Ind. S. 404 ........

............464 241... .............. ...............389 | Wood v. Dwarris, 11 Exch. 493...464 Welch v. Bowen, 103 Ind. 252. ... 413 Wood v. U. S., 16 Pet. 342.........113 Westchester F. Ins. Co. v. Earle, Woods v. Sherman, 71 Pa. St. 100.313 33 Mich. 143 ........................ 93 Worley v. Moore, 97 Ino

...... 93 Worley v. Moore, 97 Ind. 15......546 Western, etc., R. R. Co. v. Bishop, Worley v. Northwestern M. A.

50 Ga. 465...........................220 Ass'n, 10 Fed. Rep. 227 ......... 130 Western U. Tel. Co. v. Brown, 108 | Wren v. City of Indianapolis, 96

Ind. 538 .......... ..............498 Ind. 206...............................414 Western U. Tel. Co. v. Hamilton, Wright v.Kleyla, 104 Ind. 223.237,400

50 Ind. 181......... ...............487 Wright v. Mutual Benefit Ass'n, Western U. Tel. Co. v. Harding, 43 Hun, 61............................464

103 Ind. 505........................219 Wright v. Wright, 97 Ind. 444...236, Wetherill v. Harris, 67 Ind. 452..271

402 Wheelton v. Hardisty, 8 Ellis & Wyman v. Mitchell, 1 Cow. 316.. 3

B. 232......... ............464 | Wynn v. Troy, 109 Ind. 250....... 498 White v. Clawson, 79 Ind. 188.... 237 White v. Miller, 47 Ind. 385...... 140 Yarmouth v. North Yarmouth, Whiteford Tp. v. Probate Judge, 34 Maine, 411....................... 337

53 Mich. 130 ........................ 66 Yerger, Ex parte, 8 Wall. 85......115 Whitehall v. Lane, 61 Ind. 93 ...550 | Yost v. Conroy, 92 Ind. 464.......192

JUDGES

OF THE

SUPREME COURT

OF THE

STATE OF INDIANA,

DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS

Hon. BYRON K. ELLIOTT. *+
Hox. ALLEN ZOLLARS. $ I
Hon. JOSEPH A. S. MITCHELL. ||
Hon. WILLIAM E. NIBLACK. S
Hox. GEORGE V. HOWK. $

* Chief Justice at the November Term, 1886.
† Term of office commenced January 30, 1887.

Chief Justice at the May Term, 1887.
& Term of office commenced January 1st, 1883.
Il Term of office commenced January 6th, 1885.

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AT INDIANAPOLIS, NOVEMBER TERM, 1886, IN THE SEVENTY

FIRST YEAR OF THE STATE.

No. 12,888.
DOXALD v. KELL.

JUDGMENT.-Enforcement of.Bankruptcy.-Character of Debt. Where the

enforcement of a judgment is sought to be defeated by a discharge in bankruptcy, it is proper to look behind it to the character of the debt upon which it is founded; and if it is ascertained that the debt belongs to a class upon which the discharge does not operate, the judgment will be enforced. SAME.Perival of Judgment.Rights of Third Partics. Record.Adminis

trator.Wrongful Conrersion.- Where, in such case, a judgment is sought to be revived and enforced against real estate acquired by the debtor after his discharge in bankruptcy, and by him sold to a third party, and the record shows that the action in which the judgment was rendered was upon a promissory note, executed by the debtor in his individual capacity, the judgment will not be revived or enforced against such third party, althongh, in fact, the note on which the judgment was rendered had been given by the debtor to his successor, as administrator, for moneys belonging to the estate, which had been wrongfully

converted by the former to his own use. SAME. - Pleading. - Answer. -Unnecessary Arerments. Where an answer to

a complaint to revive and enforce a judgment against one who has been discharged in bankruptcy shows that the judgment is founded on a

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