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CENTRAL LAW

JOURNAL.

CONTRIBUTORS.

Hon. STEPHEN J. FIELD, Associate Justice United States

Supreme Court.
Hon. JOHN M. HARLAN, Associate Justice United States

Supreme Court.
Hor. ALBERT H. HORTON, Chief Justice of Kansas.
HO.. JAMES O. PIERCE,

Memphis, Tenn.
Hon. U. M. ROSE, Little Rock, Ark.
Hon. S. D. THOMPSON, St. Louis Court of Appeals.
Hon. R. A. BAKEWELL, ex-Judge St. Louis Court of Ap.

peals. Hon. EDWARD A. LEWIS, St. Louis Court of Appeals. Hon. WILLIAM ARCHER COCKE, Sanford, Florida. Hon. ISAAC W. SMITH, Associate Justice of New Hamp

shire. Hon. SAMUEL MAXWELL, Associate Justice of Nebraska. Hon. JOHN H. STEWART, State Reporter of New Jersey. Hon. MATTHEW P. DEADY, United States District Judge,

Oregon. Hon. ELI S. HAMMOND, United States District Judge,

Tennessee. JOHN D, LAWSON, Avondale, N. J. HENRY WADE ROGERS, Professor of Law in Ann Harbor

Law School.
JAMES BARR AMES, Professor of Law in Harvard Law

School.
HORACE W. MONCKTON, Temple Garden, London.
GEORGE W. WARVELLE, Chicago, Ill.
WILLIAM L. MURFREE, ŚR., St. Louis, Mo.
DAVID STEWART, Baltimore, Md.
W.F. ELLIOTT, Indianapolis, Ind.
W. B. MARTINDALE, Kenosha, Wis.
J. M. VANFLEET, Elkhart, Ind.
Hon. STERLING A. WOOD, Montgomery, Ala.
ADELBERT HAMILTON, Chicago, Ill.
ADDISON G. MCKEAN, Detroit, Mich.
FLOYD R. MECHEM, Battle Creek, Mich.
W. W. THORNTON, Crawfordsville, Ind.
JOSEPH A. JOYCE, Bridgeport, Conn.
WILLIAM E. TALCOTT, Cleveland, Ohio.

CROSBY JOHNSON, Hamilton, Mo.
M. A. Low, Trenton, Mo.
EUGENE MOQUILLIN, St. Louis, Mo.
FRANCIS WHARTON, LL. D., Philadelphia, Pa., Legal Ad-

viser to the Department of State.
CHARLES CHAUNCEY SAVAGE, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hon. ASA IGLEHART, Evansville, Ind.
L. K. MIHILLS, Akron, Ohio.
H. CAMPBELL BLACK,'Williamsport, Pa.
A. J. DONNER, San Francisco, Cal.
JOEL PRENTISS BISHOP, LL. D., Cambridge, Mass.
H. J. WHITMORE, Lincoln, Neb.
CHARLES BURKE ELLIOTT, Minneapolis, Minn.

ENJ. F. REX, St. Louis, Mo.
JOHN F. KELLY, Bellaire, Ohio.
D. H. PINGREY, Bloomington, Ill.
A. B. MAJOR, Montreal, Can.
R.T. HOLLOWAY, Parsons, Kan.
GIDEON D. BANTZ, Silver City, N. M.
RUSSELL H. CURTIS, Chicago, Ill.
J. W. NEWMAN, Richmond, Ind.
K. K. KNAPP, Chicago, Ill.
JOHN F. BURKE, Milwaukee, Wis.
ISAAC H, LIONBERGER, St. Louis, Mo.
W. H. RUSSELL, Frankfort, Ind.
FRANK H. CLARKE, Chicago, Ill.
RICHARD F. STEVENS, JR., New York City.
S. 8. MERRILL, St. Louis.
WM. M. ROCKELL, Springfield, Ohio.
WM. L. SCRUGGS, Atlanta, Ga.
JOHN W. SMITH, Chicago, Ill.
ALBERT N. KRUPP, Milwaukee, Wis.
JAMES P. OLIVER, Chicago, Ill.
HENRY N. MORRIS, Cincinnati, Ohio.
H. J. DESMOND, Milwaukee, Wis.
WM. G. WHIPPLE, Little Rock, Ark.
J. R. BERRYMAN, Madison, Wis.
JOHN D. MARTIN, Memphis, Tenn.

VOLUME XXIV.
JANUARY TO JUNE, 1887.

ST. LOUIS, MO.:
WILLIAM H. STEVENSON,

1887.

9 2016

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1887, by

WILLIAM H. STEVENSON, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.

PRINTED BY THE CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL.

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In this Table of Cases are only given those which have been commented on in our Notes of Recent Decisions and those which have been published in full, either annotated or otherwise. Those which are printed in full appear in italics, and those which appear under the head of Recent Decisions are printed in ordinary type. We do not, as heretofore, publish a table of cases cited in our Digest of Recent Cases, because they are so very numerous that they would be merely an incumbrance, and because the Digest is so well and alphabetically arranged with reference, as well to the States and courts from which they emanate, as to the subject-matter of the decisions, that a detailed reference to the cases in the table would, in ourjudgment, be unnecessary.

Albany, etc. Co. v. Lundberg, U. S. S. C., 562.

Harkness v. Russell, U. S. S. C., %. Ashley v. Holman, S. C. S. Car., 146.

Huscheon v. Huscheon, S. C. Cal., 181., Blaine v. Curtis, s. C. Vt., 229.

Indiana B. & W.R. Co. v. Overman, S. C. Ind., 369. Bogenschutze v. Smith, Ky. Ct. App., 133.

Johnson v. Miller, S. C. Iowa, 33. Bonney v. Taylor, S. C. MO., 344.

Jones v. King, S. C. Ala., 434. Briggs v. Latham, s. C. Kan., 468.

Kickland o. Menasha, etc. Co., S. C. Wis., 318. Buzard y. First Nat. Bank, S. C. Tex., 122.

King v. Henkie, S. C. Ala., 178. Byrnes v. Stillwell, N. Y. Ct. App., 273.

Lohr v. Metropolitan Elevated Railroad Company, Carter y. Harden, S. C. Me., 99.

N. Y. Ct. App., 544. Chicago, etc. R. Co. v. Wiggins Ferry Co., U.S. S. C., Merchants Wharf-boat Association v. Wood, s. C. 194.

Miss., 571. Chicago, etc. R. Co.o. Pillsbury, S. C. Ill., 57.

Mandeville v. Harman, N. J. Ct. Ch., 61. Continental Life Insurance Co. v. Rogers, s. C. Ill., New v. Walker, s. C. Ind., 295. 390.

Phelps v. Boland, N. Y. Ct. App., 86. Cornell v. Clark, N. Y. Ct. App., 410.

Raymond v. Russell, S. J. C. Mass., 98. Davison Brothers v. Milton D. 'Holden et. al., S. C. Reenhan v. Dennin, N. Y. Ct. App., 74. Conn., 568.

| Scull's Appeal, s. C. Penn., 204. Dogge v. Melick, S. C. Neb., 266.

Stettaner v. New York, etc. Co., N. J. Ct. Ch., 365. Eureka Company v. Bass, Admr., S. C. Ala., 105. State v. Bulla, S. C. Mo., 226. Fargo v. Stevens, U. S. S.C., 462.

State v. Long, s. C. N. Car., 157. Gage o. Perry, S. C. Iowa, 10.

Shamp v. Meyer, S. C. Neb., 110. Gilmer v. M. & M. Ry. Co., s. C. Ala., 82.

Swift v. Richardson, Del. Ct. Err. & App., 50. Gilmer v. Stone and Walker, Executors, U. S. S. C., Tomblin v. Callen, S. C. Iowa, 439. 491.

United States v. Northway. U.S. S. C., 218. Gregory v. Bush, S. C. Mich., 248.

United States v. Ayres, U. S. D. C., 314. Hathaway v. East Tennessee, etc. Co., U. S. S. C., 386. Vanneman v. The Swedsboro Loan and Building Hawkshaw v. Supreme Lodge Knights of Honor, U. Association, N. J. Ct. Ch., 413. S. C. C., 129.

Vicksburg, etc. Co.v. O'Brien, U. S. S. C., 13. Handelum v. Burlington, etc. Co., S. C. Iowa, 362. Whitney's Executors v. Butler, U. S. S. C., 201.

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LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES IN VOLUME 24.

Abutters' Rights in a Street-By Russell H. Curtis,

Chicago, Ill., 51.

Certificates of Deposit-By A. J. Donner, San Fran-

cisco, Cal., 196.

Chattel Mortgage-Description-By William F. Elliott,

Indianapolis, Ind., 339.
Citizenship and Rights Thereunder-By D. H. Pin-

grey, Bloomington, Ill., 540.

Crimes—Their Jurisdiction as Affected by County

Lines-By Crosby Johnson, Hamilton, Mo., 7.

Dissolution of a Trading Corporation, by the Sale of

its Assets--Majority Rule-By Henry N. Morris,

Cincinnati, Ohio, 243.
Dissolution-Notices of Dissolution of Partnership-

By W. W. Thornton, Crawfordsville, Ind., 588.

Doctrine of Res Gesto-By William M. Rockell,

Springfield, Ohio, 463.

Duress-By William M. Rockell, Springfield, Ohio, 75.

Elections--Some Points Concerning Elections-By J.

R. Berryman, Madison, Wis., 487.

Examination of Title--Constructive Notice-By Wil-

liam M. Rockell, Springfield, Ohio, 290.

Extraterritorial Criminal Jurisdiction - By D. H.

Pingrey, Bloomington, III., 267.

Fictitious and Partly Paid up Stock, and the Rights

and Liabilities of Holders Thereof-By Sterling

A. Wood, Montgomery, Ala., 436.
Helping Litigants with Money-Justice of the Peace

(Eng.), 198.

Implied warranties on the Letting of Premises-

Justice of the Peace (Eng.), 149.

Insufficiency of Sewerage and Drainage--By Albert N.

Krupp, Milwaukee, Wis., 411.

Irregular Indorsement by Third Person-Character

of the Liability Assumed-By H. Campbell Black,

Williamsport, Penn., 3.

Jeopardy and Malicious Prosecution-By S. S. Merrill,

St. Louis, Mo., 563.
Judicial Control of Public Officers-By William F.

Elliott, Indianapolis, Ind., 172.
Judgment by Default-By Charles B. Elliott, Minne-

apolis, Minn., 27.

Liability of Joint Executors-By S. G. Crosswell,

Boston, Mass., 147.
Liability of Physicians and Surgeous-By John D.

Martin, Memphis, Tenn., 515.
Mistake in Sales of Goods--By Nathan Newmark, San

Francisco, Cal., 363.

Municipal Liability for Defective Sewerage-By Frank

H. Clark, Chicago, Ill., 123.

Paying Half a Debt for the Whole-Justice of the

Peace (Eng.), 175.

Power of a Corporation to Remove Directors for

Cause-By William E. Talcott, Cleveland, Ohio, 99.
Stoppage in Transitu--What Constitutes Delivery to

the Vendee-By H. Campbell Black, Williams-

port, Penn., 387.

Sublessees and Covenants in Leases-By James P.

Oliver, Chicago, Ill., 314.
Title to Property Obtained by False Pretenses-Justice

of the Peace (Eng.), 103.
Undermining Surface Land-Justice of the Peace

(Eng.), 270.

Variance Between Recital and Operative Part of Deed

-Irish Law Times, 55.

Who are “Passengers"-By John D. Lawson, Avon-

dale, N. J., 219.

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