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References in heavy-faced type are to Notes; in plain type to RECENT CASES; and in italicized type
to ARTICLES

Relation of illegal conduct to recov- ling members not to take employ-
ery in actions of tort.

ment by threatening fine. 696, 718

Rights and duties in the law of torts. TREES.

10-14 See under Sales.

The right to unimpaired pecuniary TRESPASS TO REALTY.

condition.

13 See Injunctions.

Violation of tenement house statute TRIAL.

requiring fire escapes.

See Appeal and Error; Constitutional

Criminal act: Effect of violation of

Law; Contempt; Courts; Criminal
statute prohibiting employment

Law; Evidence; Indictment and

of minors in elevators.

433

Effect of violation of statute pro-

Information; New Trial; Wil-
hibiting sale of firearms to minors. TROVER AND CONVERSION.

435 What constitutes conversion: Lia-

Interference with business or occu-

bility of infant for injury to hired

pation: Justification: interpre-

tation of English Trades Disputes

motor-car during intentional devi.

ation.

521

Act of 1906.

215 TRUSTS.

strike to compel discharge of non-
union men.

See also Bankruptcy; Banks and Bank-

529
Unusual cases of tort liability:

ing; Constructive Trusts; Rule

against Perpetuities; Vested, Con-
Employer's right to reimburse-

tingent, and Future Interests.

ment from tortfeasor for compen- Creation and validity: Bequests,

sation paid injured employee

devises, or intestacies secured

under workmen's compensation

by oral or unattested promises

act.

to apply for others some or all

Negligent mutilation of dead bodies.

the property so obtained.

322

251-269
Suit by wife for causing imprison-

Bequest on secret understanding:

ment of husband.

Defenses: Illegal act of plaintiff: vi-

liability of legatee to transfer
tax.

718

olation of statute against free

Direction to trustee to employ a

transportation.

particular person as attorney in

TRADE MARKS AND TRADE

administering trust.

530

NAMES.

Effect of contracts for joint, mutual,

Protection apart from statute:

or joint and mutual wills.

Audible similarity without fraud-

246-251

ulent intent.

215 Effect of contracts to bequeath or to

Purchase of name by corporation devise or to die intestate. 241-245

for purposes of unfair competi- Reservation of power to revoke:

tion.

437

liability to transfer tax. 334

TRADE UNIONS.

Cestui's interest in the res: Is

See also Constitutional Law; Deceit.

cestui's interest in rem

In general: Constitutionality of state personam?

anti-trust act exempting com- Life tenant's right to actual income

binations of labor.

105

from unauthorized investments.

Rights of members under contract

333

made by union for their benefit. Powers and obligations of trustee:

427

Investment of trust funds in par-

Trade union's failure to notify of ticipating mortgage in trustee's

change in wage scale.

335

Statutes and interpretation: Con- Liabilities incurred in the course
stitutionality of statute forbid-

511, 530

320

607, 530

of the administration of trusts.

ding exaction of an agreement not

725-741
to belong to labor union as condi- Personal liability of trustee in the
tion of employment. 496, 518 administration of the trust.
Trade dispute" under English

725-726
Trades Disputes Act of 1906. 215 Power of court to interfere with
Inducing workmen to leave other- discretionary investments. 216

wise than by strike: Suit to re- Power to charge trust property.
strain labor union from compel-

738-740

name.

References in heavy-faced type are to Notes; in plain type to RECENT CASES; and in italicized type
to ARTICLES.

Trustee's right of exoneration out come such in the course of the ad-
of trust res.

730–731

ministration of the trust, against
Trustee's right to indemnity from the cestui que trust. 736-737
cestui que trust.

728-730 Rights of creditors, who have be-
Trustee's right to reimbursement come such in the course of the
out of trust res.

727-728 administration of the trust, against
Rights and liabilities of third par-

the trust property. 737-741
ties: Rights of creditors of trustee Resulting trusts: Distribution
to reach trustee's right of exoner- among subscribers of a fund
ation out of trust res. 731-732

raised by subscription: the rule
Rights of creditors, who have be- in Clayton's Case. 193, 216

WAR.

shipowner's right to freight in

See also International Law.

trade with the enemy.

720

Alien enemies: status of, in courts of The English Moratorium. 407

belligerent.

312, 317 WAREHOUSEMEN.

Contraband: illuminating oil and the
doctrine of continuous voyage.

Warehouse receipts: Liability for

fraudulent issuance by agent:

188

effect of Uniform Warehouse Re-

Prize: capture: rights of neutral

ceipts Act.

336

mortgagees and shareholders.

Conclusive evidence.

217

capture of vessel transferred Uniform Warehouse Receipts Act:

to domestic corporation com-

20.

posed of alien enemies.

335

58.

336

336

References in heavy-faced type are to Notes; in plain type to RECENT CASES; and in italicized type
to ARTICLES.
WARRANTY.

ern states depends on federal or
In sales of personal property, see state sanction.

273-279
under Sales.

Public rights: Taking of riparian
WASTE.

rights by eminent domain.
Injunction against waste to protect

484-486, 494
inchoate right of dower.

Ways and waters in Massachusetts.
615, 631

478-495

Recovery by life tenant for injury to

WAYS.

the inheritance: relation to lia-

See Highways.

bility for permissive waste.

WATERS AND WATERCOURSES. See Divorce; Domicile; Dower; Hus-

See also Accretion; Easements; Emi-

band and Wife.

nent Domain.

WILLS.

Natural watercourses: riparian Administration under, see Executors

rights: Federal control v. state and Administrators.
control of riparian rights in Su-

See also Legacies and Devises; Powers;
preme Court of the United States. Restrictions and Restrictive Agree-

279–282

ments as to Use of Property;

Federal ownership of water rights Vested, Contingent, and Future In-

in public domain.

286-291

terests.

Federal statutes relating to water Esecution: Attestation: whether wit-

rights.

272-274, 292-293

must attest testator's

State ownership of running water.

signature under statute of frauds.
286-290

217
Whether states succeeded to sov-

Construction: Condition for for-
ereign jurisdiction of United feiture in case of contest by
States over waters in public do- legatee.

336

main out of which they were

Constructive trusts based on prom-

created.

291-292

ises made to secure bequests,

Natural watercourses: obstruc- devises, or intestate succession.

tion, pollution, and diversion:

237-269, 306-393

Liability of highway authorities Where the will discloses that

for interference with natural legatee or devisee is to hold in

watercourses.

481-487 trust, but does not disclose the

Pollution by surface water and

terms.

382-387

sewage.

486-487 Incorporation by reference: In
Natural lakes and ponds: Sale of general.

238-240

riparian land with knowledge of Alterations and modifications:

proposed user: effect as creat- Subsequent definition of legacies

ing easement.

106

and devises by non-testamentary

Surface waters: Distinction between

acts.

238-240

natural watercourses and surface

Joint wills: Contracts for joint,

waters.

480-481 mutual, or joint and mutual

Rights and liabilities of adjoining wills.

240-251
landowners with respect to sur-

Mutual wills: Revocability: probate

face waters.

489-490

of later will.

218

Rights and liabilities of highway WITNESSES.

authorities with respect to sur- See also Discovery; Evidence; Wills.

face waters.

490-494 Competency in general: Com-

Statutory compensation for inju- petency of a presiding judge as

ries to land from surface waters

witness.

115

by location and repair of high- Privilege against self-incrimina-

ways.

493-494

tion: Etiect on privilege of an

Appropriation and prescription: unaccepted pardon. 609, 642

Federal disposition of state waters Privileged communications: Hus-

in priority states. 270-293

band's letters to wife.

823

Origin of the priority system.

Physician: waiver by allowing one of
272-273

several physicians to testify. 116
The riparian and priority systems

waiver by patient's testimony

of water rights.

271-272 concerning physical condition.

Whether priority system in West-

532
References in heavy-faced type are to Notes; in plain type to RECENT CASES; and in italicized type
to ARTICLES.
Examination: Cross-examination to Sequestration: Disqualification for

credit: interest of witness in out- disobeying sequestration order.
come of suit.

822
Impeachment: Admissibility of in- WORK AND LABOR.

voluntary confession to impeach Regulation of, see Constitutional Law;
defendant as witness.

428

Trade Unions.
Party's own witness: by prior con- Workmen's compensation acts:
tradictory statements. 531

See under Master and Servant.

438

538

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536

442

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222

218

535
116

340
118

American Contributions to Jurisprudence .

ANDERSON: The Criminal Justice Administration Act

Baty: Polarized Law
Bender's War Revenue Law
BEALE: Bartolus on the Conflict of Laws
BEALE AND WYMAN: Railroad Rate Regulation
BENNETT: The History and Present Position of the Bill of Lading as a Docu-

ment of Title to Goods .

BLACK: A Treatise on the Law of Income Taxation

BOLLAND: Select Bills in Eyre, A.D., 1 292–1333 · ·

BORLAND: The Law of Wills and the Administration of Estates
BRADBURY: Workmen's Compensation and State Insurance
BROWN: The Minimum Wage
CLARK: History of Roman Private Law
COOLEY: Handbook of the Law of Municipal Corporations
CORWIN: The Doctrine of Judicial Review .
DARLING: Scintillae Juris and Meditations in the Tea Room. Fourth Edition .
DEAN AND RIMMER: A Digest of the Law and Practice Relating to Local Gov-

ernment in England and Wales.

DEL VECCHIO: The Formal Bases of Law

DICEY: Introduction to the Study of the Law of the Constitution

Eliot: The Juvenile Court and the Community

Figgis: The Divine Right of Kings .

GAROFALO: Criminology

German Legislation for the Occupied Territories of Belgium

GLENN: The Rights and Remedies of Creditors Respecting their Debtor's

Property

HALL: Cases on Constitutional Law

HEALY: The Individual Delinquent

HEMENWAY: Legal Principles of Public Health Administration

LEFROY: Leading Cases in Canadian Constitutional Law

MALLORY: Compiled Statutes of the United States, 1913

MONTGOMERY: Manual of Federal Procedure

Oxford Studies in Social and Legal History; Volume IV

RAWLE: Bouvier's Law Dictionary. Eighth Edition

REEDER: The Validity of Rate Regulations

Rogers: Good Will, Trade Marks, and Unfair Trading

SWAIN: Conservation of Water by Storage .

Tart: The Anti-Trust Act and the Supreme Court

THORNTON: A Treatise on Attorneys at Law

TUCKER: Limitations on the Treaty-Making Power under the Constitution

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VOORHEES: The Law of Arrest in Civil and Criminal Actions .

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