Sec. 134. Acceptance By Owner Of Different Terms (P. 144) Add To Footnote 15:

Futrell v. Reeves, 165 Ky. 282; 176 S. W. 1151 (1915).

Sec. 135. Broker's Commission, If He Is "Procuring Cause," Not Affected By Variation Of Terms (P. 145)

Add to footnote 18:

Lerner v. Harvey, 155 N. W. (Mich.) 427 (1915); Doub & Co. v. Taylor, 150 Pac. 687 (1915).

Sec. 136. Requirements As To Price (P. 145)

An agent to sell has no authority to sell on a credit unless specially authorized to do so by his principal.7

On page 146 after "for all cash24" add:

And so it has been said that where a broker has no authority to sell, except for cash, a sale for a small payment of cash in hand, balance when deed and satisfactory abstract should be delivered, is not a cash sale.8 Of course, if such terms of payment are proposed, and are accepted by the principal, that presents an entirely different question.

5 Martin v. Crumb, 158 App. Div. 228; 142 N. Y. Suppl. 1096 (1913).

6Anderson v. Howard. 155 N. W. (Iowa) 261 (1915).

7 McKay v. McKinnon. 58 Tex. Civ. App. 1; 122 S. W. 440 (1909).

Add to footnote 24 :

Anderson v. Howard. 155 N. W. (Iowa) 261 (1915).

Sec. 139. Liability Of Broker For Failure To Sell (P. 148)

Add to footnote 89:

Lord v. Wapato Irr. Co., 142 Pac. 1172 (1914).

8 Anderson v. Howard. 155 N. W. (Iowa) 261 (1915).