Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

:25 1907

Central Law Journal.

ESTABLISHED JANUARY, 1874.

VOL. 65

ST. LOUIS, MO., JULY 5, 1907.

No.

THE WORKS OF JOEL PRENTISS BISHOP, LL. D.

These books should be in every well regulated law library, as they constitute part of our American Jurisprudence. It is 84 the author: "To him the Bench and Bar are mo indebted than to any other autbor living or dead."-Hon. D. E. Pugh, Ohio.

BISHOP ON CONTRACTS.
(Second Enlarged Edition)

1907.
In this new edition copious notes have been added, and the subjects of Illegal Contracts,
Contracts in Restraint of Trade and against Public Policy have received special attention.
Four thousand selected cases have been added, and the book appears today as the standard
American treatise on the subject.
ONE LARGE VOLUME,

Price $6.00, NET. BISHOP ON NON-CONTRACT LAW. A treatise on the Law of Torts. The same condensations, which were so effectual in . Dr. Bishop's work on "Contracts," have enabled bim, without neglecting particulars, to give wide scope to the present book. ONE VOLUME,

Price $6.00, NET. BISHOP ON MARRIAGE, DIVORCE AND SEPARATION.

Considered by many to be Dr. Bishop's masterpiece. It stands today as the only authority on this subject, and is continually cited and quoted from by the Courts. TWO VOLUMES,

Price $12.00, NET.
BISHOP'S NEW CRIMINAL LAW,
By common consent Dr. Bishop's Commentaries are accepted as the most useful text-
books on the Criminal Law for either student or practicing lawyer.
TWO LARGE VOLUMES,

Price $12,00, Net.
BISHOP'S NEW CRIMINAL PROCEDURE.

(Criminal Evidence, Pleading and Practice.)
These volumes cover the subject in its application to all crimes; it is the part of the
Criminal Law most called for in practice.
TWO LARGE VOLUMES,

Price $12.00, Net.
BISHOP'S DIRECTIONS AND FORMS.

(Second Edition.) This work is the fruit of Dr. Bishop's many years of experience as an author and his great learning in the criminal law. He has given to the profession not merely the forms which have in particular cases been held sufficient, but those which are beyond question safe. ONE LARGE VOLUME,

Price $6.00 Net. BISHOP ON STATUTORY CRIMES. Embracing a lucid discussion of rules governing the interpretation of statutes. This branch of the Criminal Law is most important, and Dr. Bishop treats it with great thoroughness. In all matters of statutory construction bis book should be referred to. ONE LARGE VOLUME,

Price, $6.00 Net.

T. H. FLOOD & COMPANY, 201 E. Madison Street,

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.

Lawyers desiring to create a COMMERCIAL LAW PRACTICE, or those wishing to increase that Department can learn how best to do so by exchanging references with

BRADFORD ARTHUR BULLOCK.

BUSINESS ATTORNEY TO ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,

18th Floor, St. Paul Building,

NEW YORK.

N. B.—Business established 1897. References in all important cities in the United States. Also have legal correspondents in many small towns. Also have connections, correspondents and clients in important cities in Europe.

The offerings below have remarkable service for the cost, particularly for those who use Current Law or the American Digest for late cases. Pomeroy's Equity Jurisprudence, 3 vols., 1st Edition, 1883.

$ 7.00 This is the only edition printed duriog Pro

fessor Pomeroy's life, and succeeding edi-
tions have precisely the same text as the
first edition. The additions made by the
editor are in the annotations, and his
notes are distinguished from the notes

made by Professor Pomeroy.
Pomeroy's Equity Jurisprudence, 3
vols., 2nd Edition, 1892

11.00 This edition is by Professor Pomeroy's son, J. N. Pomeroy, Jr. As stated above, the text is the same as the first edition. The editor incorporated into his notes the valuable new matter found in the cases between 1883 and 1892. His work is of an

excellent character. Sedgwick on Damages, 3 vols., last Edition, 1891

12.00 This is the sth edition of a legal classic

which has not been allowed to grow old
by refusing to re-write the text. The au-
thor himself revised the last preceding
edition, which was in 2 volumes, pub.
lished in 1880. The added matter for this
edition, requiring av additional volume,

is mostly in the shape of later cases. Thompson on Corporations, 7 vols., 1900, 30.00

This work is now out of print and can only

be had as booksellers find sets second
hand. It is by far the inost elaborate
treatment of the law of Private Corpora-
tions in existence. Judge Thompson's
legal works are remarkably virile, and
suggestive of the varied phases of his

subject as no other legal author is. Washburn on Real Property, 3 vols., 1887, 8.00 Washburn on Real Property, 3 vols., 1886, 6.00 Story's Equity Jurisprudence, 2 vols., 1887.

5.00 Story on the Constitution, by Cooley, 2 vols., 1873.......

6.00 Jones on Mortgages, 2 vols., 1889

4.00 Greenleaf on Evidence, 14th Edition, 1883.

6.50 Chitty on Contracts, 2 vols., 1874, last Edition

7.00 American & English Encyclopedia of Law, 1st Editon, 31 vols.....

30.00 If the principles of the law do not change, and the great books above named, contain a statement of the principles with notes showing their application down to the date of publication, the owner of Current Law or the American Digest, or of the General Digest will readily find the latest applications of these principles; to accomplish this with the least labor to the user is the purpose of new editions of text books. The owner of oid editions does this for himself, if he has the Digests.

Books offered above are in good second-hand condition. Prices are for cash f. o. b. Chicago.

Our latest general law book catalogue, and our list of second-band books mailed on request.

The National

Reporter System

Furnishes a current report of all current decisions for the entire country.

The back volumes of the Reporters contain more than half of the whole body of case-law in all the State Reports.

For full details address

West Publishing Co.,

GEO. I. JONES,

St. Paul, Minn.

Law Bookseller, 216 Clark Street,

CHICAGO.

THE

CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL.

WM. A. GARDNER, Editor,
ALEXANDER H. ROBBINS, Manager.

VOLUME 65.

JULY-DECEMBER, 1907.

ST. LOUIS, MO.:
CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY

1907.

« AnteriorContinuar »