Response or Comment
A case has been recently decided by the Supreme Court of Colorado, upon a condition of facts which it seems, has not an exact parallel in any of the reports. After being in litigation for more than eleven years the question involved was finally settled by the court of last resort of that state. In effect the decision goes to the extent of saying, that when a note is endorsed specially and afterwards comes back to the party making such special endorsement, and the party reissues the same without striking out his endorsement, no new endorsement is necessary, since the special feature is obliterated by the reissue. In legal effect it is considered as a general endorsement or an endorsement in blank.
Brewster, James H. "The Federal Constitution is Not Violated by a State Law Compelling One Accused of Crime to Testify Against Himself." Mich. L. Rev. 7 (1909): 242-4.