United States F. & G. Co.
v. Bramwell
217 Pac. 332.
Argued May 28, reversed and remanded July 10, 1923.

Common Law - Adopted as Part of Laws of Oregon.
           The common law of England ... as it existed at the time of the American Revolution as far as it was general and not incompatible with the nature of our political institutions, or in conflict with the Constitution and laws of the United States or of Oregon has been adopted as part of the law of the state, in view of Article 1 Section 2, of the Organic Law of the Civil Government of Oregon, Adopted July 26, 1845, and of Constitution of 1857, Article 18 Section 7.
  ction 7.