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THE

Central Law Journal

NEEDHAM C. COLLIER, Editor-in-Chief
ALEXANDER H. ROBBINS, Managing Editor

VOLUME 71
JULY - DECEMBER 1910

ST. LOUIS, MO.
CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY,

1910.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1910, by

CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

PRINTED BY CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY.

LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES IN VOLUME 71

No. 1. Government by Injunction-The Mis- No. 15. What is the Essence of the Trust

use of the Equity Power. By Andrew Evil? By W. A. Coutts, 256.

Furseth, 5.

No. 16. Mechanical Equivalents in the Law

No. 2. "The Third Degree"-An Illegal Pro-

of Patents. By Hugh K. Wagner, 275.

cedure. By Lewis Hochheimer, 24.

No. 17. Can the State Prohibit the Manufac-

No. 3. The Validity of Contracts of Indemnity

ture as well as Sale of Intoxicating Liq.
for Liability to Third Persons Arising Out

uors? By H. Chouteau Dyer, 295.

of Negligence. By N. C. Collier, 39.

No. 18. Use of Intoxicating Liquors by Juror

No. 4. Irrigation-Owner of a Prior Right to

as Ground for a New Trial. By Colin P.
Water for Direct Application. Privileged

Campbell, 312.
to Store Same for Future Use. By John

No. 19. Simplification of Legal Procedure

E. Ethell, 58.

Expediency Must Not Sacrifice Principle.

No. 5. Inheritance Taxation. By James M.

By Thomas W. Shelton, 330.

Kerr, 75.

No. 20. “New Nationalism" and the “Wilson

No. 6. Examination of Titles to Land. By

Theory.” By Alexander W. Stephens, 350.

Edward W. Faith, 93.

No. 21. Some Defects in Trust Companies.

No. 7. On the Question of the Validity of the

By A. K. Montrose, 370.

Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitu-

No. 22. Criminal Conspiracy Needing Overt

tion. By H. D. Money, 112.

Act to Make it Indictable. By N. C. Col-

No. 8. Servant's Assumption of Risk of Mag-

lier, 387.
ter's Breach of Statutory Duty. By G. W.

No. 23. Where Defendant is a Non-Resident,

Payne, 131.

by What Acts Without Taking Up Resi-

No. 9. Varieties of Criteria of Guilt in Ob-

dence Therein, can He Make it Possible
scenity Cases. By Theodore Schroeder,

for the Legislature and the Courts of

150.

Another State to Adjudicate Against Him

No. 10. Origin of the Writ of Injunction. By

Without His Consent? By E. M. Winston,

Terrester, 168.

404.

No. 11. The Proposed Compensation Law. By

No. 24. Impolicy of Modern Decision and

James W. Bollinger, 185.

Statute Making Corporations Indictable

No. 12. A Glance at Equity Jurisdiction in and the Confusion in Morals Thus Created.

Certain Lines and at the Question Wheth- By N. C. Collier, 421.
er it is Duly Appreciated-A Criticism of

No. 25. The Force and Effect of the Thir-
the Case of Strawn v. Trustees of Jackson-

teenth Amendment to the Constitution of
ville Female Academy. By Thomas Dent,

the United States, when Considered in

203.

Reference to the Treaty Made in 1803 Be-

No. 13. Principles of Practice Reform. By tween France and the United States, Re-

Roscoe Pound, 221.

specting the Cession of the Territory of

No. 14. Some Observations on the Rule of Louisiana and the Force and Effect of

“Habitual Negligence" in Railroad Fire Such Amendment.Considered Apart From

Cases. By Sumner Kenner, 240.

Such Treaty. By T. A. Sherwood, 441.

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