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INDEX.

[References are to pages.]
ABATEMENT,

of nuisances — destruction of buildings, 762–764.

improvement of property at expense of owner, 767-773.
ABORTION,

criminal elements of, 35, 36.
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,

(see insurance.)
ACCUSED,

entitled to counsel, 106-108.
ACQUISITION,

of personal property, regulated, 809–815.
regulation and prohibition of sale of personal property, 815-819..
by will, 819-821.

by involuntary alienation, 661–675, 821–823.
ACTIONS,

regulation of rights of, 850–880.
ADJUDICATION,

how far necessary to lawful confinement of the insane, 127-134.
ADMINISTRATORS AND EXECUTORS,

sale of decedent's property by, 662, 663.
ADVICE OF COUNSEL,

how far defense in actions for malicious prosecution, 71-73.
ADULTERATIONS,

in foods and other goods prohibited, 252-257.

(see sales of merchandise.)
ADULTERY,

punishable, 185.

ADVERSE POSSESSION,

operation of betterment laws in cases of, 670–675.
AFFINITY AND CONSANGUINITY,

as affecting capacity for marriage, 891-893.
ALIENATION, RIGHT OF,

of estates in lands, 643–647.
may be restrained by regulation of essentials of instruments of con-
veyance, 645, 646.

and by registration laws, 646, 647.
testamentary alienation and intestate succession, 647–649, 819-821.
taxation of inheritances, as a restriction upon, 649-661.

ALIENATION, RIGHT OF — Continued.

involuntary alienation, 661-675, 821–823.
of personal property regulated, 809-819.

of personal property by will, 819-821.
ALIENS,

right of naturalization, 168, 169.
compulsory emigration of, 170–173.
prohibition of immigration, 173-176, 641.
employment of, importation under contract of - Chinese labor,

330-332.

right of, to acquire and hold lands, 641, 642.
AMUSEMENTS,

on Sunday prohibited, 214, 215.
places of, must be open to everybody, 300-301.

civil rights bill of Congress unconstitutional, 1020, 1021.
ANIMALS,

keeping of, regulated as to locality, 731, 732, 839.
destruction of diseased and disabled, 829, 848.
right to remove dead, 835.
laws regulating use and keeping of domestic, 837-839.
special regulations as to bulls, 838.
stock-law in respect to maintenance of fences, 838, 839.
keeping of cows within city limits, 839.
keeping of dogs - right of property in dogs - collar and license,

839-847.
killing of dogs, 840, 842.
laws for the prevention of cruelty to, 847-850.
vivisection, 848–850.
laws regulating slaughter of, when constitutional, 554-560.
State laws regulating slaughter of, as affecting interstate commerce,

1042.
State laws prohibiting importation of diseased, 1043–1045.

(see interstate commerce.)
ANTI-TRUCK LAWS,

their constitutionality discussed, 324-327.
ANTI-TRUST LAWS,

jurisdiction of Federal and State, 392–411, 1061-1067.

(see monopolies, labor combinations, interstate commerce).
APPEAL,

right of, 116, 117.

no essential part of the vested right of action, 859.
APPOINTMENT, POWER OF,

how far vested right, and not subject to statutory change, 639, 640.
APPRENTICES,

constitutional rights of, 939, 940.
ARID LANDS,

compulsory irrigation of, 771, 772.

ARMS, RIGHT TO BEAR,

guaranteed by constitutions, 18.
not infringed by laws prohibiting carrying of concealed weapons,

834, 835.
ARREST,

what constitutes a lawful, 97-99,
without warrant, 99-101.
of a dangerous lunatic, 128, 129.

of beggars, 149, 150.
ARTISAN, PROTECTION OF INDEPENDENT,

chief object of anti-trust laws, 408, 410.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY,

in self-defense, 30–35.
ASSESSMENTS, LOCAL,

as a mode of taxation, 805–808.
ASYLUM,

for insane, public and private, 134, 135.
control of insane in, 135.
confinement of habitual drunkards in, 140-142.

construction of, may be regulated, 757.
ATTAINDER,

(see bill of attainder.)
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,

their qualifications subject to police regulation, 242-246.
practice of, regulated, 248, 249,

provision for payment of fees, when an impairment of contract, 864,869.
AVOCATIONS,

regulation of,

(see trades and occupations.)
BAD MEN AND OBJECTIONABLE CHARACTERS,

may be prohibited from engaging in certain callings, 239, 240.
BAIL,

must not be excessive, 19, 96, 97.

when allowed - limitations of right to, 95-97.
BAKING POWDER,

adulterations in, prohibited, 157.
BANISHMENT,

from native land, 170–173.
BANKING,

regulation of business of, to prevent fraud, 254, 265.
how far it may be made a private monopoly, 574-576.

how far may be made a government monopoly, 609, 610.
BANKRUPTCY LAWS,

how far they impair obligation of contracts, 875–877.
BAR, ADMISSION TO THE,

subject to police regulation, 242-246.

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