The trustee under the will sued for a construction of a clause providing for a gift to testator's children. The dispute was between the natural children of the testator and an adopted daughter, who claimed under the clause as one of the "children," though a prior clause gave her $1, naming her as testator's adopted daughter. The Rhode Island statute provided that adopted children be deemed for inheritance purposes the same as if natural children. The court held that the adopted daughter did not take with the natural children under the clause in question. Union Trust Co. v. Campi (R. I. 1930) 151 Atl. 131.