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Who Disobey the Injunction Orders of Its
No. 17. Killing by Influence on
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES IN VOLUME 78
Vo. 1. What Constitutes an Accident Under
the Workmen's Compensation Laws? By
C. P. Berry, 4.
By W. M.
No. 2. Justice of Peace's Court.
No. 3. Purpresture. By W. W. Herron, 40.
No. 4. When an Accident Arises "Out of and
in the Course of the Employment.” Ву
C. P. Berry, 57.
No. 5. The Constitutionality of Ordinances
Passed by Municipal Corporations imposing
Penalties for Offenses Already Deciareu
Punishable by Staie Laws. By F. Beecher,
Alone. By W. A. Coutts, 291.
Judgments Non Obstante Veredicto. By
Axel Teisen, 78.
No. 6. Electric Po
Rights on the Public
Lands. By Chas. E. George, 93.
Action by Depositor for Wrongful Dis-
honor of Check. By Clyde McElmore, yi.
No. 18. Priorities Versus Liens in Bank-
ruptcy. By Jesse L. Hogan, 313.
No. 19. Holding Public Meetings in the
Street. By W. W. Thornton, 327.
No. 20. Who Are "Workmen" Under the
Workmen's Compensation Laws. By C. P.
No. 21. Revocation by Foreign Corporation
of Appointment of Agent to Accept Ser-
vice of Process. By N. C. Collier, 364.
No. 22. Liabilities and Duties of Street Rail.
way Companies Where Children are on or
Near Tracks. By Howard C. Joyce, 382.
Solving the Problem of Reform in Legal
Procedure. By A. H. Robbins, 385.
Arguments of Hon. Wm. H. Taft and
Hon. Alton B. Parker in Support of the
American Bar Association's Program for
Reforming Federal Procedure on the Law
No. 7. The Meaning of “Presence" in Attesta-
tion of Witnesses to a Will. By N. C. Col-
No. 8. The Negotiable Instruments Law in
the Courts of Louisiana-An Illustration
as to What is Happening in Other States.
By Amasa M. Eaton, 130.
No. 9. Atlanta's New Municipal Court.
W. T. Waters, 147.
Wrecking the Eternal Principles of Jus-
tice. By A. H. Robbins, 151.
No. 10. Requirements as to Notice of Injury
the Workmen's Compensation
Laws. By C. P. Berry, 166.
No. 11. Jury Trials in Contesipt Cases. By
A. E. Cheney, 183.
No. 12. Observations on Reform of the Law
and the Courts. By J. D. Gustin, 200.
No. 13. Shall the United States Government
Through Its Own Officers Institute Pro-
ceedings to Punish for Contempt Parties
No. 23. Legal Ethics-Part 1.-The Source
and Formulation of Ethical Precepts. By
Charles A. Boston, 400.
No. 24. Legal Ethics-Part II.-The Duty of
a Lawyer to the Court. By Charles A. Bos-
No. 25. The Defense of “Serious and Wilful
Misconduct," Under the Workman's Com-
pensation Laws. By C. P. Berry, 436.
This list includes only those cases comme nted upon editorially or in our Notes of Impor-
Abby Dodge v. United States (U. S, S. C.) Juris-
diction of State Board in Fixing Rates Be-
is Over the High Seas, Ed. 199.
Alemandrolli v. Arborgast (U. S. D. C.) Statute
of Limitations-Amending Petition to
tory Action for Death, R. D. 218.
A., 6th Cir.) Federal Employers' Liability
sentative, R. D. 290.
Bethea V. Western Union Telegraph ('o. (S.
Carolina S. C.) Damages-Punitive Dam-
ages, ann. case, 425.
vacy Right to Recover Damages for Viola:
tion of Right of, R. D. 310.
Christilly Warner (Connecticut S. C. E.)
Comity-Recovery of Penalty in Actior
for Death, R. D. 56.
stitutional Law-Right to Require Adver.
Strike, R. D. 272.
der-Privilege Extended According to Cus.
tom in Course of Business, R. D. 344.
S. C. C.) Commerce-Inhibition on Inter.
modities, R. D. 39.
Corroboration, ann, case, 369.
Eberhard v. Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. ('o.
(l'. S. D. (.) Foreign Corporations--Local
ment, R. D. 273.
Ward, ann case, 353.
(l'. S. S. C. A.) Bailment- Estoppel, Inn
Felton v. So. Flour & Grain Co. (Georgia C. A.)
l'niform Sales Act--Notice of Intention to
Boos v. State (Indiana S. C.) Motion in Arrest
Because of Impossible Future Date in In.
Harley v. City of Malden (U. S. S. C.) Consti-
tutional Law-Taxation of Shares in For-
Liability for Wilful and Malicious injury
Harris V. Nashville Trust Co. (Tennessee S.
C.) Libelous Statement on the Face of a
Kennedy v. Benson (New York S. C. A.) Hus-
band and Wife-Surgical Operation on Wife
Hartley Inhabitants of Granville (Massa-
chusetts) Rewards—Limitation on Rule
Duties, R. D. 22.
ing of "Negligence" in the Federal Em-
ployers' Liability Act, Ed. 109.
Appeal and Error—Modifying Judgment
legal Evidence, R. D. 254.
Made Where by Change of Law Its Perform-
ance has been Made Unlawful, Ed. 37.
Hocking Valley R. Co. v. t'nited States (U. S.
C. C. A., 6th. Cir.) Criminal Law-Right to,
Ingebrit . Seattle Taxicab
Mutual Life Ins. Co. v. Board Armstrong & Co.
(Virginia S. C. A.) Insurance Insurable In-
ficer, R. D. 218,
(l'. S. S. C.) Two Lessons in Clearance
in re Easton's Will (New York) Wills-Alter-
ations Unexplained Presumed to Have Been
Made Before Execution, R. D. 272,
Oak Ridge v. Toole (New Jersey Ch.) Evidence
---Varying Written contract, ann. case, 81.
Paine Lumber Co. v. Neal (New York) Injunc-
tion by Private Party Against Conspiracy
Goods, Ed. 20.
C. A.) Suing Master and Servant in Same
ity, Ed. 379.
People v. Becker (New York C. A.) The Becker
Case as Suggesting Certain Reforms in
Criminal Procedure, Ed. 307.
S. J. C.) Landlord and Tenant-Joint Lia-
tion in Common, R. D. 111.
& Accident Assn. (Minnesota S. C.) Acci-
ann, case, 138.
A.) Process-Attending Judicial Proceed-
ings, ann, case, 390.
(Iowa S. C.) Good Will-Sale of Business,
ann, case, 210.
Riley v. Hopkinson (New Jersey Ch.) Usury-
Using Straw Mortgage in Avoidance of
Statute, R. D. 146.
Schaeffer v. Schaeffer (New York S. C. A.)
Marriage-Untruthful Protestations of Af-
C. A.) Gaming-Withdrawal from Stake-
holder, ann. case, 173.
John H. Schroeder Wine & Liquor Co. v. Willis
Coal M. Co. (Missouri) The Rule of
Laws of a Sister State, Ed. 163.
Southern Coal & Coke Co. v. Randall (Georgia
S. C.) Statute of Frauds-Original Promise,
ann, case, 46.
Damages-Ratification by Refusal to Dis-
charge an Employe, R. D. 291.
State v. Bird (Missouri S. C.) Guardian and
Ward-Limitation on Appointment by Pro-
bate Court, R. D. 237.
porations-Ordinance as to Segregation of
Underwriters at Lloyd's Ins. Co. v. Vicksburg
Traction Co. (Mississippi S. C.) Action-
Splitting Cause of, ann. case, 66.
Held Reasonable Time Without Warrant, R.
Drugs Act, Ed. 91.