San Francisco : Pacific Militant Print : James H. Barry, printers, 1894-1895.
Book — 7 v. ; 26 cm
Appellant's points and authorities, filed May 10, 1894 (32 p.)
Transcript on appeal, filed May 14, 1894 (89 p.)
Respondent's points and authorities, filed June 28, 1894 (24 p.)
Appellants' reply, filed July 17, 1894 (16 p.)
Respondent's reply, filed Sept. 8, 1894 (6 p.)
Petition for rehearing in Bank, filed Feb. 15, 1895 (9 p.)
Petition for rehearing, filed Aug. 31, 1895 (11 p.)
This case involved the probate of Li Po Tai's last will and testament. In the will, Li Tai Wing, his son, was declared to be an executor, along with his mother, Lee See. At the time of Li Po Tai's death, however, Li Tai Wing was not of legal age. Additionally, Lee Se was held not legally qualified to be the executrix as she had moved back to China after her husband's death. AC Freese, the public administrator of the city of San Francisco, was made executor in their stead. Li Tai Wing appealed this ruling once he turned 21.