A change as to the place of performance,1 such as the addition of a specific place of performance to an instrument which had contained no such provision,2 or such as making a note payable at a certain bank,3 or adding a provision that delivery of goods sold should be made to a common carrier,4 is a material alteration.

Maine. Croswell v. Labrec, 81 Mc. 44, 10 Am. St. Rep. 238, 16 Atl 331.

Mississippi. Simmons v. Atkinson, 69 Mies. 862, 23 L. R. A. 599, 12 So. 263.

. Nebraska. Walton Plow Co. v. Campbell, 35 Neb. 173, 16 L. R. A. 4G8, 52 N. \V. 883.

South Carolina. First National Bank v. Wood, 109 S. Car. 70, L. R. A. 1918D, 1061, 05 S. E. 140.

Tennessee. McDaniel v. Whitselt, 96 Tenn. 10, 33 S. W. 567.

5 Iowa. Needles v. Shaffer, 60 Ia. 65.

Massachusetts. Belknap v. Bank, 100 Mass. 376, 97 Am. Dec. 105.

New York. Booth v. Powers, 56 N. Y. 22.

Ohio. Marshall v. Wilhite, 4 O. C. C. 203, 2 O. C. D. 500.

Wisconsin. Union National Bank v. Roberts, 45 Wis. 373.

6 Bank v. Wharton, 27 N. S. 67. 7 Rawson v. Davidson, 49 Mich. 607,

14 N. W. 565.

In this case, however, the alteration which rendered the instrument non-negotiable consisted in the addition of a seal; and, apart from questions of negotiability, an alteration of this sort is held to be material.

See Sec. 3097.

1 Alabama. Winter v. Pool, 100 Ala. 503, 14 So. 411.

Illinois. Pahlman v. Taylor, 75 111. 629.

Indiana. McCoy v. Lockwood, 71 Ind. 319.

Iowa. Charlton v. Reed, 61 la. 166, 47 Am. Rep. 808, 16 N. W. 64.

North Dakota. Eaton v. Delay, 32 N. D. 328, L. R. A. 1916D, 528, 155 N. W. 644 (obiter).

Ohio. Sturges v. Williams, 9 O. S. 443, 75 Am. Dec. 473.

2 Pelton v. San Jacinto Lumber Co., 1l3 Cal. 21, 45 Pac. 12; Simmons v. Atkinson, 69 Miss. 862, 23 L. R. A. 599, 12 So. 263; Woodworth v. Bank of America, 19 Johns. (N. Y.) 391, 10 Am. Dec. 239; Sturges v. Williams, 9 O. S. 443, 75 Am. Dec. 473.

3 Pope v. Bank, .23 Ind. App 210, 54 N. E. 835; Woodworth v. Bank, 19 Johns. (N. Y.) 391, 10 Am. Dec. 239; Sturges v. Williams, 9 O. S. 443.

4 Brady v. Coal Mining Co., 106 Fed. 824, 45 C. C. A. 662. (By interlining "f. o. b. cars at mine" to show the place of delivery.)

See also, Brady v. Coal Mining Co., 94 Fed. 28.