The trustee is ordinarily appointed by the settlor who creates the trust. Equity, however, will never suffer a trust to fail for want of a trustee, and where the settlor fails to appoint a trustee or where a vacancy arises by death, resignation or other cause, a court of equity may appoint a trustee. Under the laws of England and America no one can be compelled to accept an appointment as trustee, and there must be an acceptance of the trust either expressly or by implication.1