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LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES IN VOLUME 88
No. 1. A New Function for Courts—Declaring
the Rights of Parties. By Edson R: Sun
derland, 6. No. 2. The Rights and Immunities of a Sov
ereign Ruler. By Fred H. Peterson, 28.
Concurrent Power of State and Federal Government to Enforce the Federal Prohibition Amendment. By Wayne B. Wheeler,
31. No. 3. Foreign Capital in British Companies.
By Donald Mackay, 47.
The Strange Case of Mr. Baldwin. By
A. H, Robbins, 49. No. 4. Construction of Phrase of Constitution,
"Two-Thirds of House." By Wayne B. Wheeler, 65.
The Necessity for a Marine Court. By
Fred H. Peterson, 68. No. 5. An Interesting Debate on Reforming
Procedure by Rule of Court-Excerpted from the Minutes of the Last Meeting of the Missouri Bar Association. By A, H.
Robbins, 82. No. 6. Validity of Order No. 50, Issued by W.
G. McAdoo, Director General of Railroads.
By Henry C. Clark, 100. No. 7. The Enforcement of the Alien Property
Law Before and After the War. By A.
Mitchell Palmer, 117. No. 8. Judicial Buncombe in North Dakota
and Other States. By Andrew A. Bruce,
136. No. 9. "Peculiarities" in the Administration
of Justice in North Dakota-Judge Robinson's Explanation, 155.
Suits Against Railroads Under Federal
Control. By Edgar Watkins, 157. No. 10. Legislative Revising Editors. Ву
Walter H, Anderson, 172.
Rights and Duties of Occupant of Automobile Other Than Driver. By C. P.
-Suggestions for a Legislative Preventive.
What Preponderance of Evidence is Necessary to Maintain an Action ? By Wm.
M. Rockel, 192. No. 12. Lessee's Liability After Assignment.
By H. W. Danforth, 207.
No. 13. Recent Decisions in the British Con
struing the Public Authorities Protection Act. By Donald Mackay, 229.
The Rule in Dumpor's Case. By Fred H.
Peterson, 231. No. 14. Removal of Suits from State to Fed
eral Courts-A Picture of Chaos Demand
ing a Remedy. By Charles A, Boston, 246, No. 15. Is a Referendum on a Federal Amend
ment Constitutional? By Wayne B. Wheeler, 266.
Banbury v. Bank of Montreal-Non-Liability of Bank for Gratuitous Advice on In
vestments. By M. L. Hayward, 269. No. 16. Legislative Action on Federal Consti
tutional Amendment Not Reviewable. By
Charles 0. Andrews, 285. No. 17. Suggestions of the Peace Treaty of
Westphalia for the Peace Conference in
France. By Arthur MacDonald, 303. No. 18. The Problem of the Alien. By Don
ald Mackay, 321.
Experience of States Providing for State Insurance for Compensation Risks. By A.
H. Robbins, 323. No. 19. Military Justice in the American
Army. By A. H. Robbins, 338.
Dry Bones on the Bench-The Remedy
for the Evil. By John Rustgard, 341. No. 20. The Position of the Prohibition Amend
ment. By Everett P. Wheeler, 357. No. 21. Usurpation and the Courts. By Noel
Women as Practitioners of the Law. By
William Renwick Riddell, 376. No. 22. Is a Referendum on a Federal Amend.
ment Constitutional? By Everett P. Wheeler, 393.
Natural Justice. By Donald Mackay, 394. No. 23. Remoteness Precluding Recovery of
Damages for Breach of Contract. By N. C.
Collier, 409, No. 24. Apportionment Among Several Under
writers of Liability for Loss by Fire. By
Colin P. Campbell, .429. No. 25. Right to Priority in Distribution of
Proceeds of Mortgaged Property Among Assignees of Notes Secured by One Mortgage. By 0. C. Brown, 446.
TABLE OF CASES
This list includes only those cases commented upon editorially or in oúr Notes of Important Decisions, or in full annotated. The abbreviation Ed., indicates editorially—R. D., cases com. mented upon in our Notes of Important Decisions, and ann. case, annotated case.