Under the English statute and similar American statutes (including the Uniform Sales Act), it makes no difference when the payment is made with reference to the oral bargain.54 In some States, however, the statute expressly inserts the words " at the time.55 " Under a statute in this form it is necessary, in order .to make a subsequent payment operate as a satisfaction of the statute, that there should be at least a restatement or recognition of the essential terms of the contract when the payment is made.56

53 Organ v. Stewart, 60 N. Y. 413.

54Davis v. Moore, 13 Me. 424; Thompson v. Alger, 12 Met. 428, 436; Dallavo v. Richardson, 134 Mich. 326, 96 N. W. 20; Gault v. Brown, 48 N. H. 183, 2 Am. Rep. 210.

54The words were formerly in the statutes of Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming, but must be regarded as repealed in those States by the passage of the Uniform Sales Act.

56 See Raymond v. Colton, 104 Fed. 219, 43 C. C. A. 601; Koewing v. Wilder, 128 Fed. 568, 63 C. C. A.

186; Franklin v. Matoa Gold Min. Co., 168 Fed. 941, S3 C. C. A. 146; Bissell v. Baloom, 39 N. Y. 276; Haw-ley v. Keeler, 53 N. Y. 114; Hunter v. Weteeu, 57 N. Y. 375, 15 Am. Rep. 508; s. c, 84 N. Y. 549, 38 Am. Rep. 544; Jackson v. Tupper, 101 N. Y. 515, 5 N. E. 65; Milos v. Covacevich, 40 Or. 239, 242, 66 Pac. 914; Bates v. Chesebro, 32 Wis. 594, 36 Wis. 636; Paine p. Fulton, 34 Wis. 83; Kerkhof v. Atlas Paper Co., 68 Wis. 674, 32 N. W. 766; Hanson v. Roter, 64 Wis. 622, 25 N. W. 530; Crosby Hardwood Co. v. Trester, 90 Wis. 412, 63 N. W. 1057.