Sec. 130. Consummation Of Sale By Principal (P. 137)

"When a broker calls the attention of a prospective purchaser to property which he has been authorized to offer for sale, and communicates that fact and the name of such purchaser to the owner, the owner cannot defeat the broker's claims to commission by taking up and completing the negotiations himself, unless before so doing he in good faith terminates the contract of employment." 27

Add to footnote 77:

Beougher v. Clark, 81 Kan. 250; 106 Pac. 39 (1910); McClav'e v. Paine, 49 N V 561: 10 Am. Rep. 431; Hindi v. Henry, 36 N. J. Law 328; Dolan v Scanlan. 57 Cal. 261; Gelatt v. Ridge, 117 Mo. 553; 23 S. W. 882; 38 Am.

St Rep 683; Briggs v. Hall. 24 Cat App. 5S6; 141 Pac. 1067 (1914); Hawkins v. Taylor, 186 111. App. 365 (1914).

26 421 N Y Penal Law, as amended by Chapter 569, Laws 1915. 27Travis v Bowron, 138 App. Div. 554; 123 N. V. Suppl. 290 (1910); Ewan v. Power. 165 Ky 806; 178 S. W. 1092; Howard v. Street, 125 Md. 289; 93 Atl. 923.