The right of prospect; the outlook or prospect from the windows of one’s house. A species of urban servitude which prohibits the obstruction of such prospect. 3 Kent, Comm. 448. We understand by vieic every opening which may more or less facilitate the means of looking out of a building. Lights are those openings which are made rather for the admission of light than to look out of. Civ. Code La. art. 715. Also an Inspection of property in controversy, or of a place where a crime has been committed, by the jury previously to the trial. See Garbarsky v. Simkin, 36 Misc. Rep. 195, 73 N. Y. Supp. 199; Wakefield v. Railroad Co., 63 Me. 385; Lancaster County v. Ilolyoke, 37 Neb. 328, 55 N. W. 950, 21 L. It. A. 394.