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TABLE OF CASES.
This list includes only those cases commented upon editorially or in our Notes of Important Decis-
Adone v. Spencer (N. J.) Fraudulent Conveyances Clifford v. Stewart (Me.) Wills-Precatory Trusts, R.
Appleton v. Maxwell (N. Mex.) Loan for Gambling Cole v. Edwards (Tenn.) Wills-Rents and Profits
Accruing after Testator's Death, R. D. 24.
Commonwealth v. Barner 1(Pa.) Insanity as a De.
fense in Cases of Homicide, R. D. 205.
Cooper v. Cominonwealth (Ky.) Larceny by Keeping
What Was Innocently Gotten, R. D. 460.
Crim v. Crim (Mo.) Judgment-Confession-Power
of Attorney, ann case, 368.
DeFalbe, Ward v. Taylor, In re (Canada) Fixtures-
Tapestries Aixed to Wall-Tenant for Life--Re.
mainder-man, R. D. 182.
Dodd v. Hain (Tex.) Divorce--Right of Wife's Attor-
neys to Recover Compensation from the Husband ,
Stock, Ed. 181.
Dodge iv. Township!(U. S.C. 0. of App.) Taxation
covery of Compensation for Services Performed Donaldo v. American Smelting & Refining Co. (N. J.)
Corporations-Issue of Stock for Property, R. D. 2.
Dougherty v. Connolly (N. J.) Wills-Life Tenant-
Payment of Mortgage-Subrogation against Re.
mainder-man, R.D. 43.
Dowd v. Dowd (Mich.) Criminal Law Obtaining
Money Under False Pretenses-Religious Influ.
ence, R. D. 242.
First National Bank v. Wisdom's Executors (ky) Bills
and Notes-Proof of Other Forgeries to Establish
Forgery of Note Sued on, R. D. 324.
ness-Power of Court to Punish, ann. case, 109.
ment for Separation-Liability, ann. case, 146.
cial Taxation of Abutting Property for Street Im.
cation, ann. case, 29.
Action for Wrongful Death, R. D. 382.
lawful Regale, R. D. 182.
Banking-Deposit in Name of Another, R. D. 162.
of Another by Threats or Inducements. Ed. 101.
Discharge of Individual Partners in Partnership
Proceedings, R. D. 42.
Mistake of Law, R. D. 22.
table Assignment, R. D. 383.
categ-Right of Foreclosure, R. D. 2.
Co. (Ohio) Sureties-Contract of Indemnity, R. D.
Henry v. Vance (Ky.) Attorney and Client-Contin.
gent Fees- Unconscionable Percentage and Right
of Client to Discbarge Attorney, R. D. 382.
in a Common Disaster, Ed. 401.
marks of Trial Judge, R. D. 402.
the Exercise of His Marital Rights Constituting
Matrimonial Desertion, Ed. 41.
Malicious Interference of Third Person Resulting
in Discharge of Servant, Ed. 381.
ary, R. D. 382.
- Damages-Mental Suffering, ann. case, 468.
as Lile Tenant for Reinvestment, R. D. 383.
Rights of Real Estate Broker to Commission, R.
Sale of Assets-Rights of Creditore,'R. D. 223.
Answer Call, R. D. 102.
Receiver to Sue in Foreign Jurisdiction, Ed. 201.
Irrigation-Riparian Land, ann. case, 128.
Life Insurance-Misrepresentations and Warran.
ties, R. D. 402.
Limitation of Actions against Stockholdere, R, D.
Limitations-Stockholders' Liability, R. D. 165.
Oil Lands-Damages, R. D. 122.
Lamb v. Littman (N. Car.) Master and Servant-Lia-
bility for Acts of Master of Ill-Tempered Overseer,
R. D. 262.
Co. (U. 8. C. 0. of App.) Geographical Names as
Trade Labels, Ed. 101.
as Preferred Claims, R. D. 82.
tion of Stock Subscription-Rights of Receiver, R.
of Judgment, R. D. 244.
Ruilroads-Action for killing Dog, R. D, 243.
nance Still in Force Independent of Statutory En.
actment, Ed. 41.
sions-Inducements and Promises, ann. case, 90.
for Not Ringing Bells, R. D. 243.
Debtor to Occupy Land Until Alter Execution was
Levied, R. D. 362.
eration, ann. case, 211.
stead-Change of Residence, R. D. 22.
Goods Held in Custodia Legis Under Writ of Re.
plevin, R. D. 423.
bility of Landlord for Defective Premises, R. D.
Mortgages-Right of Mortgagee to Foreclose After
Death ot Mortgagor, R. D. 242.
Neb.) Fire Insurance-Constitutionality of Anti.
compact Laws, R. D. 308.
Taxation-Right of State to Tax Vessels Registered
R. D. 282.
(Mion.) Telephone Companies-Erection of Poles
and Wires--Subsurface Conduits, ann. case, 232.
est Conveyed by Voluntary Deeds in Partition, R.
erty Used Partly for Religious Services and Partly
as a Source of Revenue, R. D. 183.
sonal Injuries-Free Pass-Release-Effect-Negli.
gence, ann. case, 252.
York Stock Exchange as Personalty, R. D. 102.
as a Vallu Exercise of the Police Power, Ed. 361.
ble as Common Carrier, R. D. 362.
Consideration-Forbearance, ann. case, 7.
Inducing One's Customers to Quit Trading With
Him, R. D. 302.
Conduct, Ed. 181.
Declarations, R. D. 123.
Smith v. St. Louis & Southwestern Railway Company
of Texas (U. S. S. C.) Quarantine - Exclusion of
merce, ann. case, 288.
C., Tenn.) Statutes-Contemporaneous Construc.
tion, R. D. 303.
C., Tenn.) Injunctions-Right to Enjoin Violation
of Personal and Property Rights, Ed. 301.
pany (Wis.) Municipal Ordinance-Must be Rea.
sonable, R. D. 23.
tion Where There is a Remedy at Law. R. D. 342.
State v. Miller (Mo.) Husband and Wife-Liability of
Husband for Crime of the Wife, R. D. 323.
-Change of Venue-Misdemeanor, ann. case, 485.
Steers Lumber Co. In re (U. S. D. C., E. D. New York)
Bankruptcy-Limitation of Time Prior to Bank.
and Wife-"Family Exp se' Statutes"-Lease, R.
graph Companies for Improper Delivery of Mes-
sages, Ed. 401.
(U.S. 8. C.) Federal Common Law, R. D. 44.
Lien for Deposit, R. D. 460.
Validity of Assessments for Street Improvements
When in Substantial Excess of Benefits, Ed. 281.
sumption--Past Child Bearing-Widow of 56 Who
Withers y. Edwards (Tex.) Corporations-Right of
Stockholders to Combine to Control the Corpora-
tion, R. D. 163.
(Ga.) Corporations-Limitation on the Right to
Amend By Laws, R. D. 83.
in City Limita, ann. case 48.
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES IN VOLUME 53.
Error or Delay in Transmission or Delivery,
By G. C. Hamilton, 4. No. 2. Pledges and Procedure to Foreclose
by Action. By Samuel Maxwell, 25. No. 3. The Constitutional Protection of the
Obligation of Contracts. By Chas. W. Mc
Kinney, 44. No. 4. Torts of Charitable Institutions Main
tained by Taxation. By Wm. B. Morris, 62.· No. 5. Remarks of Counsel as Reversible Er
ror in Civil Cases. By Cyrus J. Wood, 85. No. 6. Effect of Statutes Fixing the Face of
Policy of Insurance as a Liquidated Demand.
By W. C. Rodgers, 105. No. 7. Reasons and Scope of Municipal Lia
bility for Defective Highways. By Eugene
McQuillin, 123. No. 8. Jurisdiction Over the Main Body of
the Ohio River. By Hardin II. Herr, 142. No. 9. Contracts--When Several Contempo
raneous Contracts are Construed TogetherEffect upon Negotiability of Promissory Notes. By Willis L. Hand, 166.
Separable Controversy. By Rublee A. Cole, 169. No. 10. Vested Interest of Beneticiary Under
a Policy of Life Insurance. By Alexander
H. Robbins, 184. No. 11. Estoppel as a Species of Contract. By
Chas. W. McKinney, 207. No. 12. The Non-Liability of Charitable and
Eleemosynary Institutions for Negligence Causing Personal Injuries or Death. By
Wm. B. Morris, 224. No. 13. The Power of One Party to an Ex
ecutory Contract to Stop its Performance
Without the Consent of the Other. By Geo.
W. Newton, 247. No. 14. Duty of Wife to Follow Domicile og
Husband. By Morton John Stevenson, 264. No. 15. The Stipulations in Telegraph Blanks.
By G. C. Hamilton, 283. No. 16. Termination of Extraordinary Liabil
ity of Carrier of Freight. By Arthur P.
Will, 304. No. 17. Motions for Change of Venue in Crim
inal Cases. By Linton D. Landrum, 324. No. 18. Contracts in Restraint of Trade. By
Ernest T. Dixon, 343. No. 19. The Application of the “Alien Con
tract Labor Laws” of the United States. By
Chapman W. Maupin, 363. No. 20. Does the United States Constitution
Inbibit State Laws Limiting Hours of Private Daily Employment. By Dana T. Jones,
384. No. 21. Venue in Foreclosure Suits. By
Charles Sumner Lobingier, 403. No. 22. Retrospective Presumptions. By John D. Lawson, 424.
Legal Effect of Change or Attempted Change in Contract of Insurance Between a Mutual Insurance Society for Association and
a Member. By Robt. J. Brennen, 425. No. 23. The Chicago Smoke Nuisance as a
Regulation of Interstate Commerce. By
Flora V. Woodward Tibbits, 443. No. 24. What is the Power of a State to Re
strict or Forbid the Doing Business Within its Territory by a Foreign Corporation. By
T. E. Lyon, 462. No. 25. What is Necessary to Constitute
Actual Adverse Possession. By A. L. Tidd, 482.