What is SYLLABUS?

A head-note; a note prefixed to the rei>ort of an adjudged case, con- taining an epitome or brief statement of the rulings of the court upon the point or points decided in the case. See Koonce v. Doolit- tle, 48 W. Va. 592, 37 S. E. 645. SYLLOGISM 1131 SYPHILIS

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