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AN INDEX 



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LEGAL PERIODICAL LITERATURE 



BY 



FRANK E. CHIPMAN 



VOL. Ill, 1898—1908 



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COPYRIGHT, 1919 

BY 

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PREFACE 



The necessity and usefulness of an Index to Legal Periodical Literature is 
not tb be questioned. Many minor topics of the law, which are wholly neglected 
or only briefly treated in the text-books, are often exhaustively treated in the 
legal journals by able lawyers. The great mass of the contributions to these 
periodicals has been made by lawyers and judges who are not authors of text- 
books, and who have not published their articles in any other form. 

This volume indexes the leading articles, and such other lesser articles as 
seem of permanent value, published in the legal periodicals, printed in the 
English language, during the period from January, 1898, to December, 1907, 
as well as such articles printed during 1897 that were omitted from Jones, 
Vol. II. Altogether 512 volumes have been indexed. Several otiier sets were 
examined but were found to contain only cases or master of no permanent 
interest. 

The general plan of this volume is somewhat different from that adopted 
by the latfe Judge Jones in the first tMro volumes of the series. It is also more 
elaborate than that of the Index to Legal Periodicals published for the Ameri- 
can Association of Law Libraries since the beginning of 1908. The plan used 
iL in this volume is a combination of titles and subjects. It is designed more for 

ftl the lawyer than the librarian. Use has been made of two digest classifications. 

The West Publishing Company has graciously allowed the compiler to make 
<r^ such use of their American Digest classification as he thought necessary in 

order to make this volume useful to the legal profession. The articles published 
(T- in the English, Irish, Scotch, Canadian, and British Colonial periodicals have 

T been classified under the Mews Digest scheme, tfhe use of which is gratfefully 

ri acknowledged. The author index is elaborate and is designed for the reader to 

locate any article indexed by reference to it alone. 

The Bar Association Reports, as such, have not been indexed. The compiler 
has found that most, if not all, of the principal articles and addresses printed 
therein were also published in the legal periodicals and are so made accessible 
to the users of this volume. 

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iv PREFACE 

As this volume was compiled during 1918-19, the book-reviews printed 
during the period covered have been omitted, as any interest therein has now 
generally been lost. 

The table of cases gives only such as have been specially criticized or com- 
mented on in leading or semi-leading articles. 

The greater portion of the volumes indexed were found on the shelves of the 
Boston Book Company. When that supply was exhausted the compiler was 
forced to make use of the libraries. Grateful acknowledgment is made to Mr. 
John T. Fitzpatrick of the New York State Law Library, Mr. Edward B. 
Adams of the Harvard Law Library, and Mr. Edward H. Redstone and Mr. 
Howard L. Stebbins of the Social Law Library, for many courtesies extended. 

The work of compiling this volume was commenced, by request, in January, 
1918. It was carried on almost entirely outside of office hours. Evenings and 
holidays, for sixteen months, were cheerfully sacrificed that the work could be 
completed at the earliest possible moment. The compiler wishes to thank his 
many friends who have assisted him in his work by their kind words of encour- 
agement, without which he possibly would not have been able to carry on. 
Now thai the work is done it is with a feeling of regret that he could not have 
had more time in which to smooth off the rough edges and incorporate additional 
features for its greater usefulness. 

F. E. C. 

Boston, May 10, 1919. 



LAW PERIODICALS INDEXED 



Titles 



Abbreviations 



Albany Law Journal Alb. L. J. ... 

Allahabad Law Journal Alia. L. J. . . . 

American Journal of International Law .... Am. J. Int. Law . 

American Law Roister. Am. L. Reg. . . 

American Law Review Am. L. Rev. . . 

American Law School Review Am. Law Sch. Rev. 

American Lawyer Am. Law. . . . 

American Legal News Am. L^. N. . . 



Volumes 

58-69 
1-4 
1-2 

46-55 

33-41 

1-2 

6-15 

12-18 



Banking Law Journal Bank. L. J 

Bar, The (West Virginia) Bar 

Barrister Barrister 

Bench and Bar (New York) Bench and Bar .... o.s. 

Bombay Law Reporter Bom. L. Rep 

Brief of Phi Delta Phi Brief 



15-24 

5-14 

3 

1-12 

1-9 

2-7 



Calcutta Law Journal Cal. L. J. . . 

Canada Law Journal Can. L. J. . . 

Canadian Law Review Can. L. Rev. . 

Canadian Law Times Can. L. T. . . 

Cape Law Journal Cape L. J. . . 

Case and Comment Case and Com. 

Central Law Journal Cent. L. J. . . 

Chicago Legal News Chic. L^. N. . 

Columbia Law Review Colum. L. Rev. 

Commonwealth Law Review Com. L. Rev. . 



n.s. 



1-6 
35-13 

1-6 
18-27 
15-17 
5-14 
48-65 
31-40 

1-7 

1-6 



Green Bag Green Bag 



Harvard Law Review Harv. L. Rev 



11-19 
12-21 



Illinois Law Review 111. L. Rev. 

Indiana Law Journal Ind. L. J. 

Irish Law Times Ir. L. T. . 



1 

1-3 

32^1 



Journal of the Society of Comparative Legislation J. Comp. Leg. . o.s. 2 v., n.8. 



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^ LAW PERIODICALS INDEXED 

Jttfiiikaf lUview Jorid. Rev 10-19 

JiMCice <A the Peace J. P 0^71 

Kmmw Lawyer Kan. Law 3-14 

Uw Journal (London) L. J 33-42 

Law Mafaane and Review Law Mag. and Rev. . . . 23-33 

Uw NoC«», London L. Note* (Gib.] 17-26 

Uw Notet, New York L. Note. [N. Y.J 2-11 

Uw Quarterly Review Uw Q. Rev 14-23 

Uw Timet (London) L. T 104-124 

Madra* Uw Journal Mad. L. J 8-17 

Mcdko-l.eKal Journal Med. L^. J 16-25 

Michigan Uw Review Mich. L. Rev 1-5 

Naul Uw Quarterly Nat. L. Q l-« 

National G)rporation Utpontr Nat. Corp. Rep 15-35 

New Iri«h Jurist and Local Govcnunent Review • N. Ir. Jur 1-5 

New Jeney Uw Journal N. J. L. J 21-30 

North Carolina Uw Journal N. C. L. J 1-2 

North Carolina Journal of Uw N. C. Jnl. of L 1-2 

Ohio Uw Bulletin Ohio L. B 39-52 

Oklahoma Uw Journal Okla. L. J 1-^ 

Revue Legale (n.t.) Rev. Lc^ 3-13 

ScouUw Timet Scot. L. T 0-14 

Scottish Uw Review Scot. L. Rev 12-23 

Solkiton Journal and Weekly Reporter .... Sol. J 42-52 

South Afrkan Uw Journal S. A. L. J lS-24 

Southern Uw Review (Atlanta, 1901-2) .... So. L. Rev 1 

Virginia Uw Register Va. L. Reg 4-13 

Washington Uw Reporter Wash. L. Rep 26-35 

Western Reserve Uw Journal West. Res. L. J 4-7 

Yale Uw Journal Yale L. J 3-17 




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INDEX 



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LEGAL PERIODICAL LITERATURE 



Abandonment of distress. 40 Ir. L. T. 
139 [1906]. 

Abatement, or exemption. [W. P. M. 

Black! 12 Scot. L. Rev. 23 (1896]. 
— of reversioner's suit on death of the widow 

or revereioner. [P. R. GanapatI Aiyar) 

11 Mad. L. J. 72 [19011. 
Abbott, Austin. (1831-1896.1 Sketch, with 

portrait. 7 Case and Com. 37 (19001. 
Ab^, The murder of. [David Werner 

Amraml 13 Green Bag, 592 [1901]. 

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. 

See also Deeds. 
Abstracts and their verification. 108 L. T. 

214 [1900]. 
Abstracts of land titles. [C. H. Kinbnerl 

12 Kan. Uw. 1 (Sept.-Oct. 1905]. 
Abstracts of title. 38 Ir. L. T. 211. 217 

[1904]. 
Abutting owners. Rights of, as against 

telephone and telegraph companies. [G. 

C. Hamilton] 52 Cent. L. J. 205 [1901]. 
Abyssina, Justice and crime in. [Majmard 

Shipley] 40 Am. L. Rev. 721 [1906]. 
ACCIDENT INSURANCE. 
Accident insurante as effecting the measure 

of damages. [J. Campbell Lorimer] 

19 Jurid. Rev. 58 [1907]. 
Law of employer's liability and insurance 

against accidents. [Walter Gorst ClayJ 

2 J. Comp. L^. o. s. 1 [1897]. 
Total disability. [George Lawyer] 50 Cent. 

L. J. 404 [1900]. 

ACCIDENT. 

Su also Workmen's Compensation. 



Accidents at summer amusement resorU- 

6 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 38 [1902]. 
Accidents — violent, external, visible. 
[George Lawler] 50 Cent. L. J. 5 [1900]. 
Chapter of accidents. [Wm. Arch. Mc- 

aean] 12 Green Bag. 653 [1900]. 
Definitions of accident, accidental, acdden- 

taUy. [Stanley B. Atkinson] 30 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 439 [1906]. 
Fatal accident enquiries. [J. Henderson 

Begg] 12 Jurid. Rev. 39 [1900]. 
The liability of a landkml for acddcnu due 

to non-repair. 43 Sol. J. 293 [1899]. 
The meaning of "accident" in the Workmen's 

Compensation acts. 4 N. Ir. Jur. 186. 

191 [1904]. 
On the estimation of disability and disease 

due to injury. [Wyatt Johnston] 6 

Rev. Leg. 478 [1900J. 
Questions of law suggested by the accident to 

the president's carriage. [Sejrmour D. 

Thompson] 36 Am. L. Rev. 723 [1902]. 
What is an accident? 44 Sol. J. 444 [1900]. 
Accommodation bills. 119 L. T. 488 

[1905]. 

Accomplice. [Suvendranath Ray] 9 Bom. 
L. Rep. 210; 4 Alia. L. J. 269 [1907]. 

— Uw of. 4 Bom. L. Rep. 7 [1902]. 

ACCORD AND SATISFACTION. 

Accord and satisfaction. [Samuel Willis- 
ton] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 459 [1904]. 

Accord and satisfaction, the payment of a 
lesser sum than the whole in satisfaction 
of a debt. [Ben Kendall] 57 Cent. L. J. 
244 [1903]. 



ACCORD AND SATISFACTION 



ACTIONS 



Hotchpot, satisfaction and ademption of 
l^ades. 26 L. Notes [Gib.] 185 [1907]. 

Part payment of claim as accord and satis- 
faction. [Rasnuond D. Thurber] 5 

Bench and Bar, N. Y., 90 [1906]. 

ACCOUNTS AND ACCOUNTING. 

The accounts of local authorities. 71 J. P. 
374 (19071. 

Accountant in court. [F. H. Macphenon] 
4 Can. L. Rev. 613, 531 [1905]. 

Accounting in trade-mark cases. [GusrCun- 
nlngham, Jo«eph Warren] 20 Harv. 
L. Rev. 620 [1907]. 

Accounts stated, and mutual, open, and cur- 
rent. [P. Duraiswamy Iyengar] 6 
Bom. L. R. 209 [1904]. 

Civil bill appeals in matters of account. 34 
Ir. L. T. 179 [1900]. 

Law of executorship accounts. [Frederick 
Whinney] 120 L. T. 411 [1906]. 

Municipal audits and accounts. 69 J. P. 

109. 121, 133 [1905]. 
The period during which accounts may be 

directed. 45 Sol. J. 777, 785 [1901]. 
Accretion. Rights to land made by. [W. 

S. CampbeU] 52 Cent. L. J. 306 [1901]. 
Accumulations. 117 L. T. 144 [1904]. 

ACKNOWLEDGMENT. 

Acknowledgment by one of several devisees 

intrust. 42 Sol. J. 738 [1898]. 
Acknowledgments of simple contract debts. 

45 Sol. J. 443 [1901]. 
Recordation and acknowledgments. [John 

Garland Pollard] 9 Va. L. Reg. 935 

[1904]. 
Right of officer to amend his certificate of 

acknowledgment. [B. R. Webb] 55 Cent. 

L. J. 84 [1902]. 

ACT OF GOD. 

When negligence of carrier will render him 
liable for loss of goods caused by act of 
God. [John T. Marshall] 61 Cent. L. 
J. 84 [1905]. 

AetU personalis cum persona moritur. [John 
J. Power] 19 Can. L. T. 129, 166. 201. 
215 [1899]. 

ACTIONS. 

See also Parties, Practice, and Procedure, 
Trial. 
Action for money paid by person only morally 
liable. 12 Mad. L. J. 375 [1902]. 



Actions against justices. 68 J. P. 374 [1904]. 
Actions against public authorities. 63 J. P. 
338 [1899]. 

Actions against the Commonwealth for torts. 

[A. P. Canaway] 1 Com. L. Rev. 241 

[1904]. 
Actions by equitable owners. 50 Sol. J. 54 

[1905]. 
Actions by trustees in bankruptcy. [Ira 

Jewell Williams] 48 Am. L. Reg. 543 

[1900]. 
Actions for injuries from fright. 39 Chic. Leg. 

N. 11 [1906]. 
The actions redhibitoria, and aestimatoria seu 

guanti minoris. 2 Natal L. Q. 86 [1903]. 
Actions under the Directors' Liability Act, 

1890, and the Statute of Limitations. 

44 Sol. J. 342 [1900]. 
Are bodily injuries resulting from nervous 

shocks actionable? [Paul Moses] 20 Nat. 

Corp. Rep. 81. 117 [1900]. 
Attaching dividends. 110 L. T. 511 [1901]. 
Blackmailing actions. 39 Ir. L. T. 1 [1905]. 
Causes of action. 46 Sol. J. 760 [1902]. 
Collision actions and restUtUio in integrum. 

121 L. T. 383 [1906]. 
Crucial issues in labor litigation. [Jeremiah 

Smith] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 253. 345. 429 

[1907]. 
Declaratory suits by Hindu reversioners. 

[Jnandranath Bose] 1 Cal. L. J. 53 

[1905]. 
The difference between an action for a 

rescission and one upon a rescission. 

[W. A. Gardner] 60 Cent. L. J. 384 

[1905]. 
The first law case. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 56 [1905]. 
Frivolous and vexatious actions. 9 Mad. L. 

J. 278 [1899]. 
Hearing of actions. [H. E. Garle] 115 L. T. 

550 [1903]. 
Is action by holder against drawer or in- 

dorser of a bill of exchange on the last 

day of grace premature? [Silas Alward] 

23 Can. L. T. 233 [1903]. 
Joinder of actions in fire insurance litigation. 

[Frederick T. Case] 18 Green Bag. 392 

[1906]. 
Jurisdiction over non-residents in personal 

actions. [Edward Q. Keasbey] 5 Colum. 

L. Rev. 436 [1905]. 
Liability of military men to civil actions. 108 

L. T. 216 [1900]. 



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ACTIONS 



ADMIRALTY 



Malicious motive as a ground of action. [J. 
HaMeU Henderwm] 13 Jurid. Rev. 452 
[1901]. 

A mere right to sue. 10 Mad. L. J. 309 [1900]. 

Of actions, old and new. [Gec»rge H. 
Smith] 39 Am. L. Rev. 223 [1905]. 

Old law suits and old monuments, stones 
and lore. 105 L. T. 427 [1898]. 

Possessory suits in the Bombay Presidency. 
[Kriahnalal Mohanlal Jhaveri] 2 Bom. 
L. R. 261 [1900]. 

The position of receivers in debenture- 
holders' actions. 50 Sol. J. 92 [1905]. 

Right of assignee of a judgment to sue officer 
for breach of duty in regard thereto oc- 
curring before assignment. [E. M. Ful- 
ton] 11 Va. L. Reg. 867 [1906]. 

Specific relief. (Satlsh Chandra Banerji] 
2 Cal. L. J. 23, 39, 53, 71, 80, 95, 103 
[1905]. 

Subsequent actions in respect of personal 
injuries. 40 Ir. L. T. 259 [1906]. 

Suit against defendants who are foreign 
subjects. 13 Mad. L. J. 185 [1903]. 

Suits against a state. [Joseph Wheless] 
34 Am. L. Rev. 689 [1900]. 

Suits against states by individuals in the 
Federal Courts. [William Trickett] 41 
Am. L. Rev. 364 [1907]. 

Suits between states: Kansas v. Colorado. 
[Cannan F. Randolph] 2 Colum. L. 
Rev. 283, 364 [1902]. 

Suits by foreign corporations. [Rasrmond 
D. Thurber] 9 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 54 
[1907]. 

Suits of civil nature. [R. Padmanab- 
hochari] 4 Alia. L. J. 73 [1907]. 

Suits on contracts for benefit of third per- 
sons. [M. E. E. Kerr] 66 Alb. L. J. 312 
[1904]. 

Vexatious actions and pleadings. [Walter 
H. Trueman] 18 Can. L. T. 251 [1898]. 

A viking lawsuit. [Samuel Scoville] 12 
Green Bag, 567 [1900]. 

When does an action accrue for the breach 
of the implied warranty of title in the sale 
of chattels? [Arthur H. Ryall] 57 Cent. 
L. J. 164 [1903]. 

Adah-, John D. [1842-1903.] Obituary. 
36 Chic. Leg. N. 101 [1908]. 

Adam and Eve, The case of. [David Wer- 
ner Amram] 13 Green Bag, 198 [1901]. 



Adams, John Quincy. [1767-1848.] Note. 
37 Chic. Leg. N. 164 [1904]. 

Ademption. Ill L. T. 173 [1901]. 

— of legacies by external interference. 51 Sol. 
J. 527 [1907]. 

Adjoining land owners. Rights and du- 
ties of, — lateral support. (Arthur P. 
Will] 54 Cent. L. J. 483 [1902]. 

''Adjustment'* under the Local Govern- 
ment acts. 68 J. P. 289 [1904]. 

Administrative law. The enforcement of. 
[W. Harrison Moore] 1 Com. L. Rev. 13 
[1903]. 

Administrative trusts. 12 Jurid. Rev. 
45 [1900]. 

ADMINISTRATORS. 
See Executors and Administrators. 

ADMIRALTY. 

Admiralty and maritime jurisdiction. [Fred- 
erick Bousman] 36 Am. L. Rev. 182 
[1902]. 

Admiralty County Court jurisdiction and 
legislation. 105 L. T. 5 [1898]. 

Admiralty droits and salvage-gas float 
Whitton, No. II. [R. G. Marsden] 15 
Uw Q. Rev. 353 [1899]. 

Arrest of property for salvage by receivers 
of wreck. 105 L. T. 309 [1898]. 

Enforcement of a right of action acquired 
under foreign law for death on the high 
seas. [G. Philip Wardner] 21 Harv. L. 
Rev. 1.75 [1907]. 

Extension to the admiralty of the fellow 
servant doctrine. [Frederic Cunning- 
ham] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 294 [1904]. 

Liability in admiralty for injuries to seamen. 
[Fitz-Henry Smith, Jr.] 19 Harv. L. 
Rev. 418 [1906]. 

Limitadon of liability of vessel owners. 
[James D. DeweU, Jr.] 16 Yale L. J. 84 
[1906]. 

Liability of owners of vessels for torts of 
mate, and injuries to roustabouts. [R. 
G. Brown] 54 Cent. L. J. 264 [1902]. 

Partition of a vessel in admiralty. [James 
D. DeweU, Jr.] 15 Yale L. J. 394 [1906.] 

Private property on the high seas. [G. A. 
Fhikelnbura] 38 Am. L. Rev. 641 [1904]. 

Respondeat superior in admiralty. [Frederic 
Cunningham] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 445 
[1906]. 

Scottish admiralty jurisdiction. [A. M. 
Hamilton] 18 Jurid. Rev. 199 [1906]. 



a6miralty 



ADULTERY 



Some liabilities attaching to sunken veteeb. 
106 L. T. 452 (1899). 

Some peculiarities of the admiralty law. 
[John C. Walker] 7 L. Notes [N. Y.] 128 
[1903]. 

State statutes and admiralty. [James D. 
DeweU] 15 Yale L. J. 51 [1905]. 

ADMISSION TO THE BAR. 

Articled clerks and admission of attorneys. 
[C. H. Van Zyl] 19 S. A. L. J. 240 [1902]. 

Admission to New York bar. [F. S. Smith] 
16 Yale L. J. 514 [1907]. 

The bar examination from the standpoint 

of the law school student. [W. E. Walz] 

1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 306 [1905]. 
The bar examinations. 120 L. T. 370, 438 

[1906]. 
Constitutional power of the courts over 

admission to the bar. (Blewett Lee] 13 

Harv. L. Rev. 283 [1899]. 
Examinations for the bar. [Lawrence Maz- 

weU, Jr.] 48 Ohio L. B. 805 [1908]; 16 

Green Bag, 89 [1904]. 
Is the average candidate for admission to 

the bar prepared to pass a satisfactory 

examination on brief making? 1 Am. 

Uw Sch. Rev. 231 [1904]. 
A law examiner's experiences. 22 S. A. L. J. 

18 [1905]. 
Legal education and the bar — a brief in 

opposition to arbitrary requirements of 

candidates for admission to the bar. 

[Charles F. CarusI] 2 Am. Law Sch. 

Rev. 91 [1907]. 
Practical suggestions for the conduct of 

bar examinations. [Hollis R. Bailey] 

1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 304 [1905]. 
Preparation for the bar. [Laurence Mai- 

weU] 39 Am. L. Rev. 822 [1905]. 
Should a law school diploma admit to the 

bar? 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 196 [1904]. 
The standard of admission and legal ethics. 

[Charles F. Warren] 1 N. C. L. J. 205 

[1900]. 
Some admission requirements considered 

apart from educational standards. 

[Lucien Hu^ Alexander] 1 Am. Law 

Sch. Rev. 345 [1905]. 
The state board — a landmark in lawyer- 
making. [Lucius H. Perkins] 1 Am. 

Uw Sch. Rev. 301 [1905]. 



Admissions in pleading. 41 Ir. L. '^- h 

11 [1907]. 

''AdnUt nothing.** 117 L. T. 340 [1904]. 

ADOPTION. 

Adoption by Hindu widows. 9 Bom. L. 
Rep. 1 [1907]. 

Adoption in India. [John D. Majme] 1 
J. Comp. Leg. 237 [1899]. 

Adoption suits. 3 Bom. L. R. 269 [1901]. 
Construction of authorities to adof^t. 14 Mad. 
L. J. 231 [1904]. 

Hindu law: adoption of an only son. 8 Mad. 
L. J. 1 [1898]. 

Limitation act, articles 118 and 141. [P. 
Duraiswamy Aijran^er] 2 Bom. L. R. 
121 [1900]. 

Limitation in questions of adoption and the 
recent Privy Council case. 16 Mad. L. 
J. 375 [1906]. 

A mediaeval cause celebre. [MontactUe v. 
MorUactUe [1226] 2 Bracton's Note Book, 
200] [John Mazcy Zane] 1 111. L. Rev. 
363 [1907]. 

On the devesting of estate on adoption. 
[T. Rajaram Row] 2 Bom. L. R. 101 
[1900]. 

Parish councils and the adoptive act. 62 J. 
P. 339 [1898]. 

Power of the Karnavan of a Tarwad to make 
an adoption. 10 Mad. L. J. 217 [1900]. 

The receiving mother. 9 Mad. L. J. 229 
[1899]. 

Some problems in the Hindu law of adoption. 

12 Mad. L. J. 117 [1902]. 

Some topics on the law of adoprion. [P. 

R. Ganapathi Iyer] 15 Mad. L. J. 307 

[1905]. 
Validity of adoption devesting estate. 8 Mad. 

L. J. 411 [1898]. 

ADULTERATION. 

The adulteration of brandy. 68 J. P. 146 

[1904]. 
Selling adulterated articles — when no 

offence. 66 J. P. 529 [1902]. 

ADULTERY. 

Social intimacy as proof of adultery. 12 Va. 

L. Reg. 368 [1906]. 
Wife testifying against husband's paramour 

in adultery cases. [Edward W. Faith] 

60 Cent. L. J. 164 [1905]. 



ADVERSE POSSESSION 



AFRICA 



ADVERSE POSSESSION. 

Adversary possession. [Daniel H. Leake] 

5 Va. L. Reg. 810 [1900]. 

Adversary possession, or the open question 
in Virginia. [F. W. Sims] 4 Va. L. Reg. 
1 [1898]. 

— A rejoinder. [H. C. McDowell, J}>.] 

4 do. 8 [1898]. 

— Again. [Paul Pettit] 4 do. 138 [1898]. 
Adverse possession — a review of New 

Brunswick cases. [Silas Alward) 19 

Can. L. T. 237 [1899]. 
Adverse possession of municipal highways. [M. 
J. Gorman] 5 Can. L. Rev. 445 [1906]. 
The constructive possession of a claimant 

by adverse possession. [F. W. Sims] 4 

Va. L. Reg. 557 [1899]. 
Conveyance of lands by one whose lands 

are in the adverse possession of another. 

[Gemr&e P. Costigan, Jr.] 19 Harv. L. 

Rev. 267 [1906]. 
Title by adverse possession. [Charles 

Sweet] 19 Jurid Rev. 66 [1907]. 
What is necessary to constitute actual ad- 
verse possession. [A. L. Tidd] 53 Cent. 

L. J. 482 [1901]. 
Will a court of equity compel a purchaser 

to accept a title resting solely on adverse 

possession? [Francis B. Patten] 33 

Am. L. Rev. 357 [1899]. 

ADVERTISEN^NT. 

Advertising vs, waiting. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 203 
[1908]. 

The advertisement of the famous Litchfield 
Law School. 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 19 
[1902]. 

Aesthetic enjoyment as an object of legis- 
lation. 9 Uw Notes [N. V.] 87 [1905]. 

Contracts for display advertisements on 
buildings and other structures. [D. W. 
Crockett] 62 Cent. L. J. 3 [1906]. 

The control of advertisements in foreign law. 
120 L. T. 193 [1905]. 

Foreign law and the control of advertise- 
ments in public places. [W. J. Barnard 
Byles] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 323 [1906]. 

The law concerning advertising. 23 Scot. 
L. Rev. 1 [1907]. 

The lawyer's method of advertising. [Mit- 
chell D. Follansbee] 10 Am. Law. 486 
[1902]; 35 Chic. L^. N. 176 [1903]; 

6 Brief, 276 [1906]. 



Local authorities and advertising. 69 J. P. 
543 [1905]. 

Advocacy at petty sessions. 67 J. P. 565 
[1908]. 

— The ethics of. [Warwick Fielding 

Chipman] 6 Can. L. Rev. 230 [1906]; 
69 Alb. L. J. 233 [1907]; [Charles E. 
Wolverton] 8 Am. Law. 62 [1900]. 

— Observations on the art of. [David 

Dundas] 3 Can. L. Rev. 171, 247 [1904]. 

Advowsons and charitable trusU. 116 L. T. 
495 [1904]. 

AERIAL NAVIGATION. 

Aerial navigation. [Charles C. Moore] 4 

Uw Notes [N. Y.] 87 [19001. 

Air-ships — a legal problem. 51 Sol. J. 771 
[1907J. 

A closed chapter in aeritime law. 19 Green 
Bag, 708 [1907]. 

Affiant, A strenuous. [Hale K. Darling] 13 

Green Bag, 139 [1901]. 

AFFIDAVITS. 

Affidavits in attachment. [Raymond D. 

Thurber] 7 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 55, 

92 [19061. 
Costs of affidavits. 32 Ir. L. T. 299 [1898]. 
Weight of ex parte affidavits. 9 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 209 [1906]. 
Affiliation, Applications for. 62 J. P. 259 

]1898]. 

AFRICA. 

See Cape of Good Hope; Congo; Cus- 
tomary Law; East Africa; Egypt; 
Gold Coast; Lagos; Natal; Northern 
Nigeria; Orange River Colony; Sierra 
Leone; Soudan; South Africa; Southern 
Nigeria; Southern Rhodesia; Trans- 
vaal; Uganda. 

Agreement of European powers as to liquor 
supply in Africa. [H. R. Fox Bourne] 
1 J. Comp. L^. 287 [1899]. 

Effect of annexation on private property. [F. 
G. Gardiner] 17 Cape L. J. 155 [1900]. 

Customary and other law in the East Africa 
protectorate. [Sir Lewis Tupper] 8 
J. Comp. Leg. 172 [1907]. 

A foreign court of justice. 114 L. T. 88 
[1902]. 

Growth and development of international 
law in Africa. [S. McCalmont Hill] 
16 Law Q. Rev. 249 [1900]. 



AFRICA 



6 



ALIENS 



The law of South Africa. [W. F. Crales] 
2 J. Comp. Leg. 233 [1900]. 

Legal gleanings from Africa. [George H. 
Westley] 12 Green Bag, 10 [1900]. 

Roman-Dutch law in South Africa. [W. 
R. Biaachop] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 41 [1904]. 

South African railway case and international 
law. [Thomas Barclay] 21 Law Q. 
Rev. 301 [1905]. 

~ A reply. [J. Westlake] 21 Law Q. Rev. 
335 [1905]. 

Supreme court of appeal for the whole of 
South Africa. 17 Cape L. J. 42 [1900]. 

Agency by estoppel. [Walter Wheeler 
Cook] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 36 [1905]; 
[John S. Ewart] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 
354 [1905]. A reply. [Walter Wheeler 
Cook] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 15 [1906]. 

— Imputed from course of business. [£. B. 
Whitney] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 395 [1903]. 
See also Principal and Agent. 

AGRICULTURE. 

Agricultural improvements and capital 

money. 119 L. T. 62 [1905]. 
Recent legislation affecting agriculture. [C. 

N. Johnston] 13 Jurid. Rev. 55 [1901]. 
Workmen's compensation in agriculture. 64 

J. P. 786 [1900]. 
Af nsworth, Ludan Lester. Note. 36 Am. 

L. Rev. 426 [1902]. 

AIR. 

See Light and Air. 
Alabama's new corporation law. [Arm- 
stead Brown] 13 Am. Law. 327 [1905]. 

ALASKA. 

Alaska Boundary Commission. [Thomas 

Hodgins] 39 Can. L. J. 170 [1903]. 
Alaska-Canada boundary dispute. [Thomas 

Hodgins] 1 Can. L. Rev. 525; 38 Can. 

L. J. 571 [1902]. 
Alaska-Canada boundary dispute. Lord 

Alverstone on Portland channel. 3 Can. 

L. Rev. 15 [1904]. 
Alaska tribunal and intemadonal law. 

[Thomas Hodgins] 23 Can. L. T. 435 

[1903]. 
Alaskan boundary, The. [Geo. S. Holme- 

sted] 3 Can. L. Rev. 59 [1904]. 
Alaskan boundary case. [John M. Dickin- 
son] 12 Am. Law. 478, 492; 38 Am. L. 

Rev. 866 [1904]. 



The Alaskan boundary question. [Charles 
Noble Gregory] 25 Law Mag. and Rev. 
173 [1900]. 

Concerning the Alaskan boundary. [Charles 
Cheney Hyde] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 418 
[1903]. 

Alfred the Great and his relation to the law. 

[J. C. McRae] 2 N. C. L. J. 261 [1902]. 
Alibi, The contradictory doctrines as to, — 

a review of the Illinois cases. [Edward 

Maher] 31 Nat. Corp. Rep. 206, 217, 

253 [1905]. 

ALIENATION. 

Covenants against alienation. [H. S. Gour] 
3 Bom. L. R. 173 [1901]. 

Money payments to landlords for consent 
to alienation. 123 L. T. 223 [1907]. 

Suspension of the power of alienation under 
the real property law of New York. 
[Theodore F. C. Demarest] 67 Alb. 
L. J. 35 [1905]. 

Third parties' consent in the law of alienation 
of property in India. [S. Varadach- 
arlar] 16 Mad. L. J. 83, 189, 243 [1906]. 

Alienist in the courts of law. [R. W. 
Shufeldt] 69 Alb. L. J. 277 [1907]. 

ALIENS. 

See also War. 

Administration of the Aliens act. 70 J. P. 
156 [1906]. 

Admission of aliens. [Edward Manson] 4 
J. Comp. Leg. 114 [1902]. 

Alien and corporate ownership of land in 
Texas. [M. H. Gossett] 14 Am. Law. 
66 [1906]. 

The alien immigrant. [TIghe Hopkins] 
116 L. T. 101, 125 [1904]. 

Alien immigration. 67 J. P. 411 [1903]. 
Aliens act, 1905. 69 J. P. 592, 601; 70 do. 4 
[1905-6]. 

The aliens bill: its constitutional and inter- 
national aspects. 40 L. J. 503 [1905]. 

Alien exclusion. [Blackburn Esterllne] 
38 Am. L. Rev. 836 [1904]. 

Alien labour legislation and the courts. 
[Henry A. Prince] 41 Can. L. J. 628 
[1905]. 

Alien ownership of land in Kansas. [Freder- 
ick H. Wood] 11 Kan. Law. 1 [Mar.- 
Apr. 1905]. 



ALIENS 



AMBLER 



Application of the "Alien Contract Labor 
Laws*' of the United States. [Chaimian 
W. Maupinl 53 Cent. L. J. 363 [1901]. 

Colonial expulsion of aliens. [W. Martin 
Griffin] 33 Am. L. Rev. 90 [1899]. 

Exclusion and deportation of aliens. 25 
Can. L. T. 487 [1905]. 

Federal jurisdiction of suits against aliens 
joined with citizens. 5 Law Notes [N. 
Y.] 144 [1901]. 

Federal protection of domiciled aliens. 4 
Brief, 236 [1908]. 

Jurisdiction in actions between foreigners. 
[A. PiUet] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 325 [1905]. 

Naturalization of aliens. [N. W. Hoyles] 
25 Can. L. T. 181 [1905]. 

Pennsylvania's treatment of aliens. 15 Nat. 
Corp. Rep. 95 [1897]. 

Protection for the foreigner in the courts. 
116 L. T. 126 [1908]. 

A question of international law in the depor- 
tation of aliens. [Charlei Noble Greg- 
ory] 18 Jurid. Rev. 121 [1906]. 

Some suggested amendments of the Aliens 
Act. 1905. [N. W. Sibley] 31 Uw Mag. 
and Rev. 399 [1906]. 

Status of a foreigner who has declared his 
intention of becoming a citizen of the 
United States. [Nathan Wolfman] 
41 Am. L. Rev. 498 [1907]. 

Suit against defendants who are foreign 
subjects. 13 Mad. L. J. 185 [1903]. 

Turkish capitulations and the status of 
British and other foreign subjects resid- 
ing in Turkey. [Edwin Pears] 21 Law 
Q. Rev. 408 [1905]. 

Alimony a debt. 60 Alb. L. J. 30 [1899]. 

— as a provable debt in bankruptcy pro- 

ceedings. [W. G. Mathews] 5 Va. 
L. Reg. 365 [1899]. 

— pendente Ute, When should be allowed. 

[A. L. Tidd] 55 Cent. L. J. 383 [1902]. 
Allegiance, Changes in the, and laws of 
Colonial New York. [Lee M. Fried- 
man] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 810 [1902]. 

— Citizenship and. [John W. Salmond] 

17 Uw Q. Rev. 270 [1901]; 18 do. 49 
[1902]. 

— The transfer of. [Manfred Nathan] 19 

S. A. L. J. 58 [1902]. 
Allen, George William. [1822-1901.] Obit- 
uary. 37 Can. L. J. 519 [1901]. 



AUen, William Joehua. [1829-1901.] Judge. 
Sketch. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 96 [1899]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. 

N. 200 [1901]. 

Allen V. Flood: in Roman law. [Walter H. 
Griffith] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 309 [1899]. 

Allineon, Edward P. [1852-1901.] Obit- 
uary. 63 Alb. L. J. 72; 35 Am. L. Rev. 
564 [1901]. 

Alteration, Fraudulent, and the effect of 
negligence. [G. H. A. Montgomery] 
2 Can. L. Rev. 632 [1903]. 

— in instruments. [S. Vaidyanatha Iyer] 

6 Cal. L. J. 21 [1907]. 

— of negotiable instruments. [A. G. Car- 

penter] 4 West. Res. L. J. 198 [1899]. 

Alteration of contracts. 66 J. P. 339 [1902]. 

Alternative bequests. [Wm. Galbraith 
Miller] 15 Jund. Rev. 19 [1903]. 

Altgeld, John P. [1848-1902.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 237 
[1902]. 

Alverstone, Lord [Richard Everard Web- 
ster]. [1842-1915.] Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. 13 Green Bag, 459 [1901]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 20 S. A. L. J. 1 

[1903]. 

— Portrait. 16 Jurid. Rev. 347 [1904]. 
Alvey, Richard H. [1826-1906.] Judge. 

Sketch. 34 Wash. L. R. 653. 

— In memoriam. 34 do. 814. 

— Obituary. 68 Alb. L. J. 355 [1906]. 

AMBASSADORS AND CONSULS. 

The American consular service. [Wilbur J. 
Carr] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 891 [1907]. 

A hundred years of American diplomacy. 
[John Baasett Moore] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 
165 [1900]. 

Our consular courts in China. [Mark B. 
Dunnell] 34 Am. L. Rev. 826 [1900]. 

Privileges of ambassadors and foreign minis- 
ters. [Charles Noble Gregory] 3 Mich. 
L. Rev. 173 [1905]. 

The right of asylum in the legations of the 
United States in Central and South 
America. [Barry Gilbert] 15 Harv. 
L. Rev. 118 [1901]. 

Ambiguities, Joinder of claims under al- 
ternate. [G. Rowland Alston] 12 Harv. 
L. Rev. 45 [1898]. 

Ambler, Jacob A. [1829-1906.] Memorial. 
51 Ohio L. B. 357 [1906]. 



AMBULATORY RULE 



8 



ANTIGUA 



Ambulatory rule — and the maxim verba 
fortius accipiuntur contra proferentem, 
{W. T. Hu^esl 64 Cent. L. J. 167 
[19071. 

Amendment, Change and. [Gec»rge H. 
Yeaman] 2 Brief. 226 [1900]. 

— of case stated. 68 J. P. 169 [1904]. 

— of orders. 68 J. P. 193 [1904]. 
Anarchists, The nation and the. [Eugene 

Wambau^] 13 Green Bag. 461 [1901]. 

Anarchy. [Le Baron B. Colt] 10. Am. 

Uw. 148 [1902]. 

— Power of the general government to pro- 

tect its officers and to control. [Joseph 
B. Thompson] 35 Am. L. Rev. 807 
[1901]. 

— Punishment of — constitutional limita- 

tions. [Percy L. Edwards] 64 Alb. L. 
J. 290 [1902]. 

— The suppresion of. [James M. Beck] 36 

Am. L. Rev. 190; 23 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
592. 620 [1902]. 
Ancient law in modem life. [F. P. Walton] 
13 Green Bag. 384 [1901]; 7 Rev. Leg. 1 
[1901]. 

— Agnation and cognation. 13 Jurid. Rev. 

70 [1901]. 

Ancient lights. 23 L. Notes [Gib.] 178 
[1904]. 

Anderson, £. EUery. [1833-1903.] Obit- 
uary. 37 Am. L. Rev. 271 ; 65 Alb. L. 
J. 86 [1903]. 

Anderson, Sir Robert, short way with burg- 
lars. [Tighe Hopkins] 124 L. T. 133 
[1907]. 

Anecdotes of judicial and forensic costume. 
108 L. T. 178 [1899]. 

ANIMALS. 

Animals in court. [M. E. E. Kerr] 14 Green 

Bag. 264; 113 L. T. 204 [1902]. 
Bugs and beasts before the law. [E. P. Evans] 

11 Green Bag. 33 [1899]. 
Cruelty to animals. [J. H. Long] 6 Law 

Notes [N. Y.l 139 [1902]. 
Cruelty to wild animals in captivity. 64 J. 

P. 627 [1900]. 
Dog lore in North Carolina. 64 Alb. L. J. 

22 [1902]. 
Dog-owners' rights and liabilities. 6 Scot. L. 

T. 202. 206. 218 [1899]. 
Dogs and fowls on highways. 71 J. P. 396 

[1907], 



Injuries by domestic animals. [E. O. S.] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. 54 [1899]. 
A judge's defense of the dog. 61 Alb. L. J. 

143 [1900]. 
Lawsuits against animals. 14 Green Bag. 471 

[1902]; 114 L. T. 360 [1908]. 
Legal rights of a horse. 60 Alb. L. J. 413 

[1899]. 
Pigs. [R. Vashon Rogers] 14 Green Bag. 

374 [1902]. 
Property in wild animals. [William F. 

Trotter] 15 Jurid. Rev. 138. 278 [1903]. 
The Roman law relating to damage done 

by animals. 22 S. A. L. J. 290 [1905]. 
Shooting dogs when trespassing. 67 J. P. 

579 [1903]. 
State protection of animals at home and 

abroad. [J. E. G. de Montmorency] 

18 Uw Q. Rev. 31 [1902]. 
When may the owner of animals naturally 

tame be liable for their wrongful acts? 

[Walter J. Lotz] 59 Cent. L. J. 204 

[1904]. 
Anglo-Saxon citizenship. [Louis Dyer] 3 

Barrister. 107 [1897]. 
Anglo-Saxon laws and institutions. The 

growth, aggressiveness, and permanent 

character of. [Albert W. Gaines] 40 

Am. L. Rev. 694 [1906]. 
Animus, The modem conception of. [Brooks 

Adams] 19 Green Bag. 12 [1907]. 
Annexation, Constitutional aspects of. 

[Carman F. Randolph] 12 Harv. L. 

Rev. 291 [1898]. 

— Growth of the idea of. and its bearing on 

constitutional law. [John Gorham 

Palfrey] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 371 [1900]. 
Answer that does not confute. [Benjamin 

S. Dean] 11 Green Bag. 259 [1899]. 
Anthony, Elliott. Judge. [1827-98.] 

Obituary. 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 8 [1898]. 
ANTI-TRUST LAWS. 

See Monopolies. 
Antigone, the law breaker. 123 L. T. 

231 [1907]. 
Antigua. Review of legislation. 1895. [W. 

P. B. Shepheard] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 

129 [1896]. 

— 1896. [H. L.Ormsby] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

o. s. 246 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. L^. 176 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 577 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 640 [1900J. 



J 



ANTIGUA 



9 



APPEAL AND ERROR 



Antigua — continued. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. L^. 427 [1901]. 

— 1901, 4 J. Comp. L^. 356 [1902]. 

— 1902. [Aieiander Manaon] 5 J. Comp. 

Leg. 453 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6. J. Comp. L^. 470 (1905). 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. L^. 232 (1906]. 

— 1906. 7 J. Comp. L^. 544 [19061. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 426 [1907]. 

APICES JURIS. [Charles Morse] 17 Green 

Bag. 466 [1906]. 

APPEAL AND ERROR. 

Abolition of appeals for jury trial. 14 Scot* 
L. Rev. 93 [1898]. 

Anomolies and encumbrances in connection 
with appeals to Privy Council. [Donald 
MacMaster] 3 Can. L. Rev. 365 [1904]. 

Appeals against refusals of justices to renew 
licenses. 44 Sol. J. 498 [1900]. 

Appeal from distress warrant for poor rate. 
63 J. P. 131 [1899]. 

Appeals as to costs. 44 Sol. J. 71 [1899]. 

Appeals for jury trial under the Employers' 
Liability act. 20 Scot. L. Rev. 165 
[1904]. 

Appeals for jury trials [Scotland] 19 Scot. 
L. Rev. 188 [1903]. 

Appeals in forma pauperis. 6 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 119 [1902]. 

Appeals on matters of Federal Jurisdiction. 
[H. B. Hig^insI 2 Com. L. Rev. 91 
[1904]. 

Appeals on the question of expenses. 22 Scot. 
L. Rev. 191 [1906]. 

Appeals to the Local Government Board 
under the Private Street Works act, 
1872. 71 J. P. 256 [1907]. 

Appeals under the Commonwealth of Aus- 
tralia constitution act. [A. R. Butter- 
worth] 2 J. Comp, L^. 240 [1900]. 

Appeals under the sunmiary jurisdiction 
[married women] act, 1896, and notes 
of the evidence. 108 L. T. 339 [1900]. 

The Australian constitution and the right of 
appeal to the king in council. [Everard 
Di&by] 19 S. A. L. J. 362 [1902]. 

Condition precedent to rating appeal. 62 J. 
P. 594 [1898]. 

County Court judges* notes. 49 Sol. J. 362 
[1905]. 

Error of law. [Corry Montague Stadden] 
7 Colum. L. Rev. 476 [1907]. 



Hints upon practice in appeals. [James F. 

MltcheU] 52 Am. L. Reg. 337 [1904]. 
Identity of issues on appeal from Justice's 

court. [Charles Sumner Lobingier] 

65 Cent. L. J. 368 [1907]. 
Improper remarks and conduct of trial judges 

as reversible error. [Cjrus J. Wood] 

54 Cent. L. J. 2 [1902]. 
Indian and colonial appeals to the privy 

council; [A. Wood Renton] 1 J. Comp. 

Leg. 345 [1899]. 
Misconduct of the bench as reversible error. 

[William A. Purrington] 5 Bench and 

Bar, N. Y., 10 [1906]. 
Power of appellate courts to cut down exces- 
sive verdict. [Robert L. McWilliams] 

64 Cent. L. J. 267 [1907]. 

The practice on appeals from County Courts. 

43 Sol. J. 394 [1899]. 
Proceedings in error. [F. B. Williams] 

I. At common law. 7 West. Res. L. J. 

65 [1901]. II. In Ohio before the code. 
7 West Res. L. J. 93 [1901]. 

The quest for error and the doing of justice. 

[Charles F. Amidon] 6 Can. L. Rev. 

364 [1906]. 
Remarks of counsel as reversible error in 

dvil cases. [Cyrus J. Wood] 53 Cent. 

L. J. 85 [1901]. 
Respondents in licensing appeals. 63 J. P. 

353 [1899]. 
Reversible error. [L. H. Poole] 28 Wash. L. 

R. 418 [1900]. 
Right of appeal as affected by the jury 

clause. [Frederick W. Green] 6 West. 

Res. L. J. 65 [1900]. 
Right of appeal by a convicted person; its 

extent and limitation. 4 Bom. L. R. 

206 [1902]. 
Second appeals. [Satish Chandra Banerji] 

2 Alia. L. J. 93 [1905]. 
Some remarks on jury panels, cases on 

appeal, and special term trials. [William 

J. Gaynor] 3 Brief, 287 [1901]. 
The statement of cases by justices. 67 J. P. 

302, 326, 350 [1903]. 
Taking advantage of variance on appeal. 

[Albert Martin Kales] 2 Ills. L. Rev. 

78 [1907]. 
Writs of error and appeals from the new ter- 
ritorial courts. [Howard T. Kin^- 

bury] 16 Yale L. J. 417 [1907]. 



APPEAL OF MURDER 



10 



ARBITRATION AND AWARD 



Appeal of murder. L^al antiquities. 

[Wyatt Paine] 114 L. T. 152 [1902]. 
Appearance, Orders made in default of. 

44 Sol. J. 769 [1900]. 
Appointing power, its location and limits. 

[Floyd R. Mechem] 6 Am. Law. 212 

[1898]. 

APPRENTICES. 

The validity of apprenticeship deeds. 44 Sol. 
J. 38 [1899]. 

ARBITRATION AND AWARD. 

Alternative awards in arbitration. [R. D. 

Melville] 17 Jurid. Rev. 360 [1905]. 
Appeals against a decree upon an award. 

[Dur^ Charan Banerjee] 4 Alia. L. J. 

165 [1907]. 
Arbitration. 118 L. T. 426 [1905]. 
Arbitration — how reference may be made. 

[Dur^ Charan Banerjee] 2 Alia. L. J. 

309 [1905]. 
Arbitration on paving apportionment. 64 
I ^ J. P. 763 [1900]. 
Arbitration under the London Building act, 

1894. 108 L. T. 268 [1900]. 
Arbitration under the Tramways act, 1870. 

70 J. P. 278 [1906]. 
Arbitrations under the Public Health act, 

1875. 66 J. P. 146 [1902]. 
Architects as arbitrators. Ill L. T. 337 [1901]. 
Award or valuation. 46 Sol. J. 210 [1902]. 
Awards in Public Health arbitrations. 64 

J. C. 178 [1900]. 
Awards of compensation under the Labourers 

act, 1906. 41 Ir. L. T. 287 [1907]. 
The bias of arbitrators. 66 J. P. 673 [1902]. 
A blot in the Arbitration act, 1889. 110 L. 

T. 257 [1901]. 
Cheek versus Siam, [Warner F. Sutton] 

58 Alb. L. J. 53 [1898]. 
Compulsory arbitration. [James H. Persh- 
ing] 13 Am. Uw. 435 [1905]. 
Compulsory arbitration — is it practicable 

or advisable? [Murray F. Tuley] 34 

Chic. Leg. N. 395 [1902]. 
Conciliation and arbitration in trade disputes. 

[Edward Fry] 24 Law Mag. and Rev. 

1 [1898]. 
Condlation or arbitration legislation. [J. 

R. McSwaine] 4 Natal L. Q. 16 [1905]. 
Constitutionality of general arbitration trea- 
ties. [Everett P. Wheeler] 17 Green 

Bag, 583 [1905]. 



Convention for the peaceful adjustment of 
international differences. [Amoe S. 
Hershey] 2 Am. J. Int. L. 29 [1908]. 

Duty of the state to arbitrate or adjudicate 
civil as well as criminal causes. [Donald 
McPheraon] 65 Alb. L. J. 332 [1903]. 

Effect of an award. [Dur^ Charan Baner- 
jee] 4 Alia. L. J. 215 [1907]. 

Effect of reference. [Dur^ Charan Baner- 
jee] 2 Alia. L. J. 343 [1905]. 

The enforcement of international arbitration 
awards. 32 Law Mag. and Rev. 155 [1907]. 

Finality of the award, and the decree passed 
upon the award. [Dur^ Charan 
Banerjee] 3 Alia. L. J. 131, 179, 197, 
299, 331; 4 do. 1, 39, 89 [1906-7]. 

Firms and arbitration. 120 L. T. 123 [1905]. 

French spoliations awards. [Frederick J. 
Brown] 8 Yale L. J. 403 [1899]. 

Hague court in the pious fund arbitration. 
[Wm. L. Penfleld] 65 Alb. L. J. 239 
[1903]. 

Industrial arbitration and common law 
rights. [C. E. Wei^U] 1 Com. L. Rev. 
248 [1904]. 

Industrial arbitration in New South Wales. 
[F. R. Sanderson] 14 Jurid. Rev. 394 
[1902]. 

Interdiction of arbitration proceedings. [R. 
D. MelviUe] 15 Jurid. Rev. 379 [1903]. 

International arbitration. [William L. 
Penfield] 1 Am. J. Int. Uw, 330 [1907]. 

Law of arbitration in India — its early his- 
tory. [Dur^ Charan Banerjee] 2 Alia. 
L. J. 203 [1905]. 

Lay arbitrators and legal questions. 63 J. 
P. 802 [1899]. 

Nomination of arbitrators. [Dur^ Charan 
Banerjee] 2 AlU. L. J. 325 [1905]. 

Obligatory arbitration and the Hague con- 
ferences. [Wm. I. Hull] 2 Am. J. Int. 
L. 731 [1908]. 

Proceedings of arbitrators and the award. 
[Dur^ Charan Banerjee] 2 Alia. L. 
J. 363; 3 do. 1, 69 [1905-6]. 

A permanent tribunal of international arbi- 
tration — its necessity and value. R. 
Floyd Clarke] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 342 
[1907]. 

Reference to arbitration — what matters may 
be referred to arbitration. [Durga 
Charan Banerjee] 2 Alia. L. J. 241 
[1905]. 



ARBITRATION AND AWARD 



11 



ASSESSMENTS 



Setting asde an award. [D. C. Banerjee] 

3 Alia L. J. 97 [1906). 

Small awards of damages and the modifica- 
tion of expenses. 11 Scot. L. T. 40 [1908]. 

Solicitors and arbitrators. 40 Ir. L. T. 129 
[1906]. 

Some suggestions as to the permanent court 
of arbitration. [JackMm H. Ralston] 
1 Am. J. Int. L. 321 [1907]. 

System of arbitration from the commence- 
ment of the British rule and its develop- 
ment. [Dur^ Charan Banerjee] 2 
Alia. L. J. 119 [1905]. 

War, arbitration and peace. [W. P. Rogers] 

4 Mich. L. Rev. 91 [1905]. 

Who may be an arbitrator. [Durga Charan 
Banerjee] 4 Alia. L. J. 255 [1907]. 

Who may refer matters to arbitration. 
[Durga Charan Banerjee] 2 Alia. L. 
J. 275 [1905]. 

Arbitration, International. 

See International Arbitration. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Architects as arbitrators. Ill L. T. 337 
[1901]. 

Legal rights and liabilities of architects and 
surveyors. [H. H. Ricliardson] 114 
L. T. 575 [1903]. 

The personal liability of architects in build- 
ing contracts. 104 L. T. 545 [1898]. 

Armaments, The case for limited. (BenJ- 
Jamin F; Trueblood] 2 Am. J. Int. L. 
758 [1908]. 

Armistices. 108 L. T. 410 [1900]. 

Armour, John Douglas. [1830-1903]. Obit- 
uary. 39 Can. L. J. 458 [1903]. 

Armstrong, Johnnie: a border freebooter. 
124 L. T. 36 [1907]. 

ARMY AND NAVY. 

Billeting of soldiers. 63 J. P. 49, 66, 83, 97 

[1899]. 
Imprisonment in the navy. [George F. 

Ormsby] 37 Am. L. Rev. 696 [1903]. 
Liability for expenses of soldiers acting in 

aid of the civil power. 43 Sol. J. 760 

[1899]. 
Military service in the colonies. [Stephen 

MiaU] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 440 [1900]. 
Naval or victualling stores: the right of pre- 
emption. [R. G. Marsden] 4 J. Comp. 

Leg. 45 [1902]. 



Soldier's liability for maintenance of family. 
63 J. P. 720 [1899]. 

Arnold, Benedict, [1741-1801] on the Maine 
border. [Gec»rge J. Vamey] 13 Green 
Bag, 203 [1901]. 

Arnold, Jonatlian E., [1814-1865] a great 
nisi-prius lawyer of the West. [Duane 
Mowry] 14 Green Bag, 305 [1902]. 

ARREST. 

Arrest of absconding debtors. [F. P. Betts] 
18 Can. L. T. 241 [1898]. 

Extent of right to search and bind persons 
when arrested. [Lewis B. Ewbanic] 56 
Cent. L. J. 303 [1903]. 

History of our law of arrest to found juris- 
diction. [Joliannes W. Wessels] 24 
S. A. L. J. 390 [1907]. 

The liability of companies and individuals 
for wrongful arrest by their servants. 
104 L. T. 525 [1898]. 

Malicious arrest in actions of debt. [Walter 
H. Trueman] 21 Can. L. T. 89 [1901]. 

Military service and immunity from arrest. 

3 J. Comp. L^. 79 [1901]. 
Arson. [Tighe Hopldns] 123 L. T. 551 

[1907J. 
Asay, Edward G. [?1826-1898.] Obituary. 

31 Chic. L^. N. 115 [1898]. 
Asher, Alexander. [1834-1905.] Portrait. 

15 Jurid. Rev. 329 [1903]. 

— as a counsel. [R. T. Younger] 13 Scot. 

L. T. 55 [1905]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 21 Scot. L. Rev. 

257; [Alexander Ure] 17 Jurid. Rev. 
324 [1905]. 

ASSAULT AND BATTERY. 

A case of constructive assault. [George O. 

Blume] 15 Green Bag, 68 [1903]. 
Retreat from a murderous assault. [Joseph 

H. Beale, Jr.] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 567 

[1903]. 

ASSESSMENTS. 

Confiscation by assessments. [Burdett A. 
Rich] 33 Am. L. Rev. 242 [1899]. 

Fourteenth amendment and special assess- 
ments on real estate. [Henry HublMird] 
14 Harv. L. Rev. 1, 98 [1900]. 

The power of municipal corporations to make 
special assessments for local improve- 
ments. [Edson B. Valentine] 68 Alb. 
L. J. 325 [1906]. 



ASSESSMENTS 



12 



ASSUMPSIT 



Power to make special assessments for local 
improvements. [Edson B. Valentine] 
65 Cent. L. J. 38 [1907]. 

Some legal aspects of special assessments. 
[Frank L. Sage] 2 Mich. L. Rev. 453 
[1904]. 

Unconstitutionality of assessment of private 
property by a front foot or area rule. 
[R. H. Field] 51 Cent. L. J. 243 [1900]. 

ASSIGNMENTS. 

Absolute assignments of choses in action, 
46 Sol. J. 731, 738 [1902]. 

Act respecting assignments as it relates to 
the valuation of negotiable instruments. 
[E. H. Smythe] 37 Can. L. J. 798 [1901]. 

Assignability of contract. [Frederic C. 

Woodward] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 23 [1904]. 
Assignment of choses in action. 105 L. T. 

220 [1898]; 108 L. T. 436 [1900]; 

[W. R. Anson] 17 Law Q. Rev. 90 [1901]. 
Assignment of the benefit of fire policies. 

42 Sol. J. 568 [1898]. 
The assignment of funds in court. 44 Sol. 

J. 737 [1900]. 
Assignment of leaseholds reserving rent. 44 

Sol. J. 4 [1899]. 
Assignment of leases. 44 Sol. J. 480 [1900]. 
Assignment of mortgages: relative rights 

of mortgagor and assignee. [A. H. 

Marsh] 21 Can. L. T. 345 [1901]. 
Assignments for the benefit of creditors. 

[G«o. A. Macdonald] 122 L. T. 238 

[1907]. 
Assignments of choses in action. 105 L. T. 

220 [1898]; 108 do. 436 [1900]. 
Consideration and the assignment of choses 

in action. [Edward Jenks] 16 Law 

Q. Rev. 241 [1900]. 
Deeds of assignment. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 311 

[1906]. 
The effect of the decision in In re Harkness 

and AUsopp's Contract on the assignment 

of leaseholds by a married woman trustee. 

19 L. Notes [Gib.] 49 [1900]. 
Equitable assignments. 43 Sol. J. 378 

[1899]. 
Foreign voluntary assignments for the bene- 
fit of creditors. [Edson R. Sunder- 
land] 2 Mich. L. Rev. 112, 180 [1908]. 
The ground of liability of assignees under 

restrictive covenants. 47 Sol. J. 793 

[1903]. 



May one who has made a general deed of 
assignment be adjudged a bankrupt 
where he is solvent at the time of filing 
the petition? [George Pilcher] 4 Va. 
L. Reg. 812 11899]. 

Possible future status of foreign assignments 
to creditors. [Frank W. Hackett] 13 
Harv. L. Rev. 484 [1900]. 

Under what circumstances a check may con- 
stitute an equitable assignment of the 
funds upon which it is drawn. 16 Bank. 
L. J. 194 [1899]. 

What constitutes an assignment or transfer. 
[Nathan Newmark] 51 Cent. L. J. 204 
[1900]. 

ASSOCIATIONS. 

Brief introduction to the study of the law 
of association. [GecMge Wharton 
Pepper] 49 Am. L. Reg. 255 [1901]. 

Irregular associations. [George Wharton 
Pepper] 52 Am. L. Reg. 409, 504, 576 
[1904]. 

The new Association Internationale des 
Avocats. [Simeon E. Baldwin] 15 
Yale L. J. 163 [1906]. 

Personal liability of members of voluntary 
associations. [G. H. EndUch] 55 Am. 
L. Reg. 337 [1907]. 

Romilly Society: its objects and its work. 
[Chas. H. Hopwood] 26 Law Mag. 
and Rev. 148 [1901]. 

Transfer of interest in associations. [George 

Wharton Pepper] 52 Am. L. Reg. 737; 

53 do. 240 [1904-5]. 
The work of the Scottish Incorporated Law 

Society. [J. W. Barty] 12 Scot. L. Rev. 

250 [1896]. 

ASSUMPSIT. 

Assumpsit for use and occupation. [James 

Barr Ames] 25 Law Mag. and Rev. 478 

[1900]. 
The history of assumpsit. [James Barr 

Ames] 25 Law Mag. and Rev. 129, 290 

[1900]. 
Limitations of the actions of assumpsit as 

affecting the right of the beneficiary. 

[Crawford D. Hening] 52 Am. L. Reg. 

764; 53 do. 128 [1904-5]. 
Pleading to an action of assumpsit on a 

specialty, under Virginia Code. [W. R. 

Abbot, Jr.] 10 Va. L. Reg. 766 [1905]. 



ASSUMPTION 



13 



ATTORNEY AND CLIENT 



AMumption of risk and contributory 
negligence. 9 Law Notes [N. Y.] 89 
[1905]. 

— and its significance, The distinction be- 

tween contributory negligence and. [E. 
L. Bishop] 36 Am. L. Rev. 387 [1902]. 
See also N^ligence. 

ASSURANCES. 

See Deeds. 
Athenian lawsuits. [A. H. N^son] 12 Green 

Bag, 479; 109 L. T. 477 [1900]. 
ATTACHMENT. 

See also Garnishment. 
Attaching dividends. 1 10 L. T. 51 1 [1901]. 
Attachment against national banks. [George 

Bryan] 8 Va. L. Reg. 327 [1902]. 
Attachment of bank deposits. 22 Bank. L. 

J. 673 [1906]. 
Attachment of property in safe deposit boxes. 

15 Bank. L. J. 559 [1898]. 
Attachment or committal. 44 Sol. J. 527 

[1900]. 
Attachments and injunctions against national 

banks. [George Bryan] 20 Bank. L. J. 

508 [1903]. 
ATTORNEY AND CLIENT. 
See also Admission to the Bar; Barristers; 

Disbarment of Attorneys; Fees; Legal 

Education; Legal Ethics; Legal Pro- 
fession; Solicitors. 
The acquisition and retention of a clientage. 

[Thomas Dent] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 6 

[1905]. 

— [Frank J. Loesch] 1 Ills. L. Rev. 455 

[1906]. 

— [F. A. Johnson] 17 Am. Leg. N. 71 [1906]. 
— 12 Bar, 19 [Dec. 1905]. 

Advocacy at petty sessions. 67 J. P. 565 

[1903]. 
The advocate: or the art of presenting cases 

to the court or jury. [N. H. Loomis] 5 

Brief. 19 [1904]. 
The attorney in the poets. [E. B. V. Chris- 
tian] 23 Law Mag. and Rev. 173, 350; 

24 do. 96 [1898]; 12 Green Bag, 175. 221 

[1900]. 
Attorneys and councillors. [Henry H. 

IngeraoU] 16 Yale L. J. 577 [1907]. 
The authority of counsel to compromise. 

[Hugh H. L. Bellot] 113 L. T. 27. 534; 

1 Can. L. Rev. 429 [1902]. 

— [W. E. Middleton] 22 Can. L. T. 292 

[1900]. 



Authority of counsel and solicitors to com- 
promise. [W. E. Middleton] 21 Can. 

L. T. 389 [19011. 
Business lawyer of to-day. (James B. DiU] 
65Alb. L. J. Ill [1903]. 

Client's moneys. [William Godden] 40 L. 
J. 710 [1905J. 

Compromises by counsel. 21 L. Notes [Gtb.] 
116 [1902]. 

Corporation lawyers. [William Wirt Howe] 

16 Yale L. J. 497 [1907]. 

General duties of the lawyer to his client — 
. a lesson in legal ethics. [Louis J. Rosen- 
berg] 63 Alb. L. J. 356 [1901]. 

How to build up a successful commercial 
practice in towns of less than 10.000 
population. [William C. Sprague] 

13 Am. L^. N. 191. 419. 499. 831. 947; 

14 do. 3 [1902-3]. 

The jottings of an old solicitor. [A. H. F. 
Lafroy] 6 Can. L. Rev. 342 [1906]. 

Jottings of an old solicitor by Sir John 
Hollam. (J. G. Cotton Minchin] 19 
Green Bag. 526 [1907]. 

The law office of to-day is run like a vast 
corporation. 15 Am. Leg. N. 269 [1904]. 

Lawyer's highest duty to his client. [D. P. 
Baldwin] 1 Ind. L. J. 10 [1898]. 

Liability of attorneys for ignorance. 5 Law 
Notes [N. Y.] 184 [1902]. 

Need of creating advocates for the accused. 
[W. D. S. Sutherland] 3 Can. L. Rev. 
221 [1904]. 

Old-fashioned law office. [George Carling] 
18 Green Bag. 286 [1906]. 

The office work of an attorney. [Henry M. 
Dowling] 56 Cent. L. J. 384 [1903]. 

Powers of attorney and bankruptcy. 104 L. 
T. 241 [1898]. 

Privileged communications between attorney 
and client. [W. C. Rogers] 64 Cent. L. 
J. 66 [1907]. 

The professional relations of the lawyer to 
the client, to the court, and the com- 
munity. [Henry Wsmans Jessup] 5 
Brief, 145, 238, 335 [1904^]. 

The question of privilege as between solicitor 
and client under the bankruptcy acts. 
[G. W. Edwards] 33 L. J. 489 [1898]. 



ATTORNEY AND CLIENT 



14 



AUSTRALIA 



The proxiinate cause of a commercial law 

practice. [Edward C. Stiness] 13 

Am. L^. N. 263 [1002]. 
The relation of the bank to the lawyer. 

[Marsh W. Bailey] 15 Am. Leg. N. 259 

[1904]. 

The right of retainer. 105 L. T. 25 [1898]. 
The self-willed lady client. [Baxter Barret] 
12 Gieen Bag, 193 [1900]. 

Should attorneys* claims be preferred? [Clyde 
Wise Portloclc] 03 Alb. L. J. 285 [1901]. 

Status of an attorney defending a guilty client. 
[Louis J. Rosenberg] 10 Yale L. J. 24 
[1900]. 

System in a lawyer's office. [Francis J. 
Houlihan] 15 Am. Leg. N. 268 [1904]. 

Types of clients. [Harry Shelmire Hopper] 
66 Alb. L. J. 140 [1904]. 

The work of a general attorney for a corpora- 
tion or business house. [James C. Mc- 
Math] 31 Nat. Corp. Rep. 755, 765 [1905]. 

AUCTIONS AND AUCTIONEERS. 

Auctioneers and warranty of title to goods 
sold. 35 Ir. L. T. 69 [1901]. 

Declarations by auctioneers correcting the 
particulars of sale. 110 L. T. 419 [1901]. 

Sales by auction. 51 Sol. J. 242, 262 [1907]. 

Some possible difficulties at auction sales. 
107 L. T. 320 [1899]. 

AUDITORS. 

Audit of accounts of town councils. 66 J. P. 
466 [1902]. 

Audit of Local Government accounts. 67 J. 
P. 397 [1903]. 

Auditors and auditing. 40 Ir. L. T. 215 [1906]. 

Borough auditors and their remuneration. 
62 J. P. 786 [1898]. 

District auditors. 65 J. P. 177 [1901] 

Enforcing auditors' certificates. 65 J. P. 657, 
672 [1901]. 

Austin, John. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 80; 7 Law 
Notes [N. Y.l 30 [1903]. 

— to John C. Hurd. [Irving B. Richman] 
14 Harv. L. Rev. 353 [1901]. 

AUSTRALIA. 

The acquisition of state land by the Federal 
authorities. [Acland Giles] 5 Com. L. 
Rev. 49 [1907]. 

The American copyright bill and the Austra- 
lian copyright act. 50 Sol. J. 680 [1906]. 

Appeals under the Commonwealth of Austra- 
lia constitution act. [A. R. Butter- 
worth] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 240 [1900]. 



Australian ballot law. 4 Law Notes [N. Y.] 
104 [1900]. 

The Australian civil law. [John Plununer] 

62 Alb. L. J. 291 [1900]. 

Australian Commonwealth and the Privy 
Council. 17,Cape L. J. 46 [1900]. 

Australian Commonwealth bill. [W. Jethro 
Brown] 16 Uw Q. Rev. 24 [1900]. 

The Australian Commonwealth bill. 109 
L. T. 51 [1900]. 

Australian Commonwealth constitution, 
1901-2. [W. Harrison Moore] 5 J. 
Comp. Leg. 115 [1903]. 

Australian constitution. [A. R. Butter- 
worth] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 381 [1901]. 

The Australian constitution and the Privy 
Council. 51 Sol. J. Ill [1906]. 

The Australian constitution and the right of 
appeal to the king in council. [Everard 
Di&by] 19 S. A. L. J. 362 [1902]. 

An Australian l^;al code. [J. Woolf] 9 Am. 
Uw. 165; 63 Alb. L. J. 152 [1901]. 

The Commonwealth of Australia bill. [A. H. 
F. Lefroy] 15 Uw Q. Rev. 155, 281 
[1899]. 

Commonwealth of Australia bill. [W. Harri- 
son Moore] 16 Uw Q. Rev. 35 [1900]. 

The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution 
act. [J. V. Vesey Fitzgerald] 26 Uw 
Mag. and Rev. 129 [1901]. 

Commonwealth legislation and judicial inter- 
pretation. [John Quidc] 1 Com. L. 
Rev. 63 [1903]. 

Constitution of the Commonwealth of Aus- 
tralia. [John Kirlcpatridc] 12 Jurid. 
Rev. 113 [1900]. 

Criminal law as affected by Commonwealth 
legislation. [Charles T. Russell] 2 
Com. L. Rev. 14 [1904]. 

The crown as representing the state. [P. 

Cobbett] 1 Com. L. Rev. 23, 145 

[1903-4). 
A defect in our commercial law and a Federal 

responsibility. [J. A. Ferguson] 3 

Com. L. Rev. 59 [1905]. 
The effect of Australian Federation upon the 

Fugitive Offenders Act. [Paris Nesbit] 

3 Com. L. Rev. 14 [1905]. 
Federal and state constitutional domains. 

[F. L. Stow] 5 Com. L. Rev. 3 [1907J. 



— 1902. B. J. Comp. Leg. 35S [1904|. 

— 19(8. [Hcnnao Cob«n) 6 J. Comp. L^. 

352 (1905). 

— 190*. 7J. Comp. Leg. 100 |1906|. 

— 1006. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 434 11906). 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 299 11907], 
Section 117 of the Coiutiiution (Domidle]. 

[F. L. Stow] 3 Com. L. Rev. 97 (1906). 
Supremacy of the judiciary under the consti- 
tution of the United States and under the 
constitution of the Commonwealth of 
AustraUa. {A. InftUa Clarkl 17 Harv. 
L. Rev. 1 (1903). 



Trustee companies. [Rob«rt C. NMMtt) 

116 L.T. 40 11903]. 
AUSTRIA. 

The commune system lo Austria. (Joaapb 

Rcdilch) 8 J. Comp. L^. 12 [1907). 
Aathorlty of American decisions in Canadian 

and Ei^lish Couns. 35 Can. L. J. 518 

11899]. 
AutboritToftext-booki. 108 L. T. 97 (18991. 
AUTOMOBILES. 

See Motor Vehicles. 
Ami, Liability of an. (F. A. Laughton) 

4 Natal L. Q. 81 (190S). 
AVIATION. 

Set Aerial Navigation. 
AToldaiu» of settlements under 13 Elic. 

c. fi. 61 Sol. J. 772 [1907]. 
Aycr, Benjamin F. [1825-1903.) Obituary, 

with portrait. 35 Chic. I^eg. N. 285 [1903). 
Ayyangar, Sir Bhashyam. Judge. Sketch, 

with portrait. 1 Alia. L. J. 259 (1904). 
Babcock, LouU L. (186S-.) Bic^raphical 

sketch with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 69 

J1899). 
Babylimlan law. [Ross G.Murtoon) 3Can- 

L. Rev. 439 [1904]. 
Backaheeah: the illicit commisaion. (Tlgh* 

Hopkins] 110 L. T. 297, 319, 347 [190S(. 
Bacon, Franda. Lord Verulam. Viscount 

St. Albena [1661-1626]. A striking figure 

in the legal historyof England. [Edward 

MaoMMi] 110 L. T. 35 [1005]. 

— Bacon and Coke. (Noble C. Butler] 6 

Uw Notes [N. Y.) 204 [1903]. 

— A notable duel: a sketch of the rivalry 

between Coke and Bacon. (A. Rlvea 
HaU) 7 Rev. L^. 225 (1901). 

— Philosopher, law reformer. Lord Chan- 

celkir. 40 Am. L. Rev. 28 (1906). 

— Some questions of legal ethics suggested 

by bis life and career. [Rlcbard L. 
AabuTst) 18 Green Bag, 503; 122 L. T. 
200 [1906]. 

— (J. E. G. de Montmorencj'] 6 J. Comp. 

Leg. 263 (1006). 
Bacon, Sb' JamM. [1798-1895.] Vice- 

Chancellor. 110 L. T. 379 (lOOl). 
B^ey, Frederick G. I1870-.) Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 69 Alb. L. J. 03 

[1809]. 



BAHAMA ISLANDS 



16 



BANKRUPTCY: ENGLAND 



— 1896. 2 

— 1897. 1 

— 1898. 1 

— 1899. 2 

— 1900. 3 

— 190L 4 

— 1902. 5 

— 1903. 6 

— 1904. 7 



BAHAMA ISLANDS. 

Modes of legisladon in the British colonies: 
the Bahama Islands. [Sir Ormond D. 
Malcolm) 1 J. Comp. Leg. 296 [1899]. 

Review of legislation, 1895. [W. P. B. 
Shepheard] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o.s. 123 
[1896]. 

J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 232 [1897]. 
J. Comp. Leg. 151 [1899]. 
J. Comp. Leg. 658 [1899]. 
J. Comp. Leg. 621 [1900]. 
J. Comp. Leg. 405 [1901]. 
J. Comp. Leg. 341 [1902). 
J. Comp. Leg. 432 [1904]. 
J. Comp. Leg. 448 [1905J. 
J. Comp. Leg. 210 [1906J. 

— 1905. [Harcourt Malcolm] 7 J. Comp. 

Leg. 518 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 408 [1907]. 
BAIL. 

Agreements to indemnify bail. 108 L. T. 

146 [1899]. 
Bail by justices. 66 J. P. 17 [1902]. 
Granting bail. 63 J. P. 193 [1899]. 
Indemnifying bail. 34 Jr. L. T. 239 [1900]. 
Law of bail. [Herman Cohen] 8 Bom. L. 

Rep. 9 [1906]. 

BAILMENTS. 

Actions against bailees founded on tort. 106 

L. T. 262 [1899]. 
Burden of proof in bailment. [Irving 

Browne] 49 Cent. L. J. 61 [1899]. 
Deposit or bailment in a clothing establish- 
ment. [Nathan Newmark] 58 Cent. 

L. J. 405 [1904]. 
Liability of a gratuitous bailor of a defective 

article. 34 Ir. L. T. 349 [1900]. 
Rights of bailees to contract against liability 

for negligence. [Hugh Evander Willis] 

20 Harv. L. Rev. 297 [1907]. 
Theory and practice in the law of bailments. 

[Victor D. Cronk] 67 Alb. L. J. 135 

[1905]. 
Title of bona fide purchasers from bailees. 

[Colin P. Campbell] 59 Cent. L. J. 

264 [1904]. 
Bain, G. Donald. [1867-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 63 

[1899]. 
Baker, David J. [1834-1899.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 253; 

18 Nat. Corp. Rep. 77 [1898-9]. 



Baker, Francis E. [1860-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 3 Ind. L. J. 52 [1899]. 

Balance of power in Europe. [Edwin 
Mazey] 66 Alb. L. J. 177 [1904]. 

Baldus de Ubaldis. Biographical sketch. 
[J. Dove WUson] 12 Yale L. J. 8 [1902]. 

Balfour, John Blair, Lord Kinross. [1837- 
1905.] Biographical sketch, with portrait. 
15 Scot. L. Rev. 291 [1899]. 

— Lord President of the Court of Session. 

Portrait. 12 Jurid. Rev. 1 [1900]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 17 Jurid. Rev. 1 

[1905]. 

Ball, John Thomas. [1815-1898.] The last 
of the Irish civilians. 104 L. T. 473 
[1898]. 

— Ex-Lord Chancellor of Ireland. Obituary. 

32 L. T. 136 [1898]. 

Baltimore Court House. [Gertrude B. 
Kipp] 19 Green Bag, 85 [1907]. 

Banerjea, Gooru Dass. [1844-.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 1 Alia. L. J. 1 [1904]. 

Bangs, Mark. [1822-1902.] Judge. Obitu- 
ary, with portrait. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 357 
[1902]. 

BANKRUPTCY. 

Comparative legislation in bankruptcy. 
[Richard Brown] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 251 
[1900]. 

Conflict of laws within the empire: bank- 
ruptcy and company winding up. [Har- 
rison Moore] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 384 [1906]. 

BANKRUPTCY: Africa. 

Undue preference. [P. C. Anders] 23 S. A. 
L. J. 120 [1906]. 

BANKRUPTCY: Canada. 

Bankruptcy legislation in Canada. [D. E. 
Thompson] 1 Can. L. Rev. 173 [1902]. 

The doctrine of pressure. [C. B. Labatt] 35 
Can. L. J. 322 [1899]. 

BANKRUPTCY: England. 

The administration of insolvent estates. 
44 Sol. J. 655: 45 do. 40 [1900]. 

After-acquired property. 1 10 L. T. 161 [1900]. 

After-acquired property of bankrupts. 51 
I Sol. J. 94 [1906]. 

After-acquired property of undischarged 
bankrupts. 50 Sol. J. 253 [1906]. 

Bankruptcy as a disqualification for office. 
62 J. P. 465 [1898]. 

Bankruptcy, intervention of trustee. 108 
L. T. 385 [1900]. 



BANKRUPTCY: ENGLAND 



17 



BANKRUPTCY: SCOTLAND 



Building agreements and bankruptcy. 105 
L. T. 6 [1898). 

Defect in our law of international bankruptcy. 
(Alfred F. Topham) 19 Law Q. Rev. 
295 [1903]. 

The discharge of debts. [T. C^jriniaii 
Williams] 44 Sol. J. 465, 481 [1900]. 

Disclaimer of leasehold property in bank- 
ruptcy. 42 Sol. J. 210, 228 [1898]. 

Disclaimer of leaseholds in bankruptcy. 49 
Sol. J. 478 [1905]. 

The dyvour's habit. 108 L. T. 541 [1900]. 

The effect of foreign bankruptcy upon assets 
in England. 104 L. T. 475 [1898]. 

The effect upon title of an act of bankruptcy. 
50 Sol. J. 094 [1906]. 

Evidence admissible on a bankruptcy peti- 
tion. 46 Sol. J. 64 [1901]. 

Interests determinable on bankruptcy. 48 
Sol. J. 241 [1904]. 

The law of bankruptcy in England and 
Scotland. [Ricliard Brown] 104 L. T. 
36, 63 [1897]. 

Liability of trustees in bankruptcy upon 
contracts adopted by them. 106 L. T. 
53 [1896]. 

Lunatic bankrupts. 45 Sol. J. 734 [1901]. 

A new way to pay old debts. 26 L. Notes 
[Gib.] 13 [1907]. 

Notice of suspension of payment in bank- 
ruptcy. [Walter H. Hart] 30 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 270 [1905]. 

Official searches in bankruptcy. 20 L. Notes 
[Gib.] 309 [1901]. 

The order of payment of debts. [T. C^jriniaii 
Williams] 44 Sol. J. 239, 257 [1900]. 

Penal consequences of bankruptcy under the 
bankrupt laws of England and the 
United States. [E. W. HanMll] 5 J. 
Comp. Leg. 271 [1904]. 

Powers of attorney and bankruptcy. 104 L. 
T. 241 [1898]. 

Public and private examinations in bank- 
ruptcy and winding up. 46 Sol. J. 
261, 278 [1902]. 

The question of privilege as between solicitor 
and client under the bankruptcy acts. 
(G. W. Edwards] 33 L. J. 489; 105 L. 
T. 533 [1898]. 

Redssion of receiving orders and annulment 
of adjudications. 45 Sol. J. 761 [1901]. 

Registry of deeds as affected by bankruptcy. 
42 SoL J. 771 [1898]. 



Releases and withdrawab as part of a scheme 
of arrangement with creditors. 46 Sol. 
J. 546, 565 [1902]. 

Rights of a bankrupt. 112 L. T. 364; 36 
Ir. L. T. 45 [1902.] 

Rights of action in bankruptcy. 46 Sol. J. 
193 [1902]. 

Small bankruptcies. [Wilfred Mom] 39 
L.J.646; 117 L.T. 560 [1904]. 

Some observations of the bankruptcy laws. 
[E. Cooper Willis] 26 Law Mag. and 
Rev. 440 [1901]. 

A surety's liability for rent on bankruptcy. 
[Edgar Foa] 110 L. T. 441 [1901]. 

A vanishing act of bankruptcy. [W. H. 
Pride] 113 L. T. 138 [1902]. 

Vesting orders of leasehold property in bank- 
ruptcy. 45 Sol. J. 668 [1901]. 

Voluntary settlements in bankruptcy. 109 

L. T. 119 [1900]. 
Winding-up. [Prank Evans] 15 Law Q. 

Rev. 186 [1899]. 

BANKRUPTCY: Ir^and. 

Excepted articles in bankruptcy. 40 Ir. L. T. 
7 [1906]. 

The legal consequences of the bankruptcy of 
a lessee. 4 N. Ir. Jur. 24, 29 [1903]. 

Requirements of the Conveyancing acts, 
1881-^. — Covenants against assign- 
ment — provisions for re-entry on bank- 
ruptcy. 35 Ir. L. T. 299 [1901]. 

BANKRUPTCY: Scotland. 

The Bankruptcy [Scotland] bill, 1907. 23 
Scot. L. Rev. 248, 284, 311, 344 [1907]. 

Bankruptcy procedure. 14 Scot. L. Rev. 
65 [1898]. 

Bankruptcy reform. 23 Scot. L. Rev. 213 
[1907]. 

Concerning notour bankruptcy and other 
sequestration anomalies. 17 Scot. L. 
Rev. 205 [1901]. 

Law of bankruptcy in England and Scotland. 
[Richard Brown] 104 L. T. 36, 63 
[1897]. 

Preferendal payments in Bankruptcy act, 
1888. [Robert Brown] 12 Scot. L. T. 
152 [1905]. 

— [J. Edward Graham] 12 Scot. L. T. 168 
[1905]. 

Preferential payments in bankruptcy. (J. C. 
Macdonald] 13 Scot. L. Rev. 72, 148 
[1897J. 



BANKRUPTCY: UNITED STATES 18 BANKRUPTCY: UNITED STATES 



BANKRUPTCY: United States. 

Actions by trustees in bankruptcy. [Ira 
JeweU Williams] 48 Am. L. Reg. 543 
[1900]. 

Ancillary receiverships in bankruptcy. [Lee 
Max Friedman] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 519 
[1905]. 

Bankrupt law, exemptions, effect of excep- 
tions in state law in favor of claims for 
wages, etc. [Arthur H. O'Connor] 
50 Cent. L. J. 123 [1900]. 

Bankrupt law of 1898: its merits and defects. 
[Walter D. Coles] 7 Am. Law. 283 [1899]. 

Bankruptcy a commercial regulation. [James 
Monroe Olmstead] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 
829 [1902]. 

Bankruptcy Act, a review. [E. C. Bran- 
denburg] 9 Am. Law. 11 [1901]. 

Bankruptcy Act of 1898 in operation. [Amos 
Burt Thompson] 6 West. Res. L. J. 
157 [1900]. 

Bankruptcy jurisprudence. [Alexander Lee 
Hirschberg] &I Alb. L. J. 232 [1902]. 

Conditional sale contracts in bankruptcy. 
[Max Isaac] 10 Am. Uw. 535 [1902]. 

Corporations subject to bankruptcy. [R. 
Jackson Cram] 19 Green Bag, 529 
[1907]. 

Corporations under the Bankruptcy Act of 
1898. [H. CampbeU Black] 8 Yale 
L. J. 108 [1898]. 

Debtor's interference in the election of a 
trustee in bankruptcy. [Lee M. Fried- 
man] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 106 [1905]. 

Discharges in bankruptcy from partnership 
debts on voluntary individual petitions. 
[Cyrus J. Wood] 52 Cent. L. J. 461 
[1901]. 

Distribution of assets of bankrupt partner- 
ships and partners. [William J. 
Shroder] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 495 [1905]. 

The effect of the Federal Bankrupt Act upon 
state insolvency laws. [Ira JeweU 
Williams] 50 Am. L. Reg. 211 [1902]. 

The enforcement of secured claims against 
an insolvent estate where the security 
is inadequate. [B. L. Parker] 59 Alb. 
L. J. 178 [1899]. 

Extradirion of bankrupts. 1 Okla. L. J. 23 
[1902]. 

Is the national bankruptcy law valid? [J. 
R. Keaton] 12 Am. Leg. N. 166 [1901]. 



Life insurance policies as assets to pass to 
trustee for bankrupt estate. [Alonzo 
Hoff] 56 Cent. L. J. 364 [1903]. 

May one who has made a general deed of 
assignment be adjudged a bankrupt 
where he is solvent at the time of filing 
the petition? [George Pilcher] 4 Va. 
L. Reg. 812 [1899]. 

The new bankruptcy law. [John W. Hins- 
dale] 50 Alb. L. J. 497 [1899]. 

The new bankruptcy law — its inadequacies 
and shortcomings. [Henry Woolman] 
2 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 144 [1898]. 

Penal consequences of bankruptcy under the 
bankrupt laws of England and the 
United States. [E. W. Hansell] 5 J. 
Comp. Leg. 271 [1904]. 

Pith and spirit of the bankruptcy law. [D. 
K. Tenney] 26 Wash. L. R. 748 [1898]. 

Preferences, guilty and innocent. [W. G. 
Mathews] 6 Va. L. Reg. 455 [1900]. 

Preferred demands against insolvent estates. 
[Clinton L. CaldweU] 48 Cent. L. J. 
350 [1899]. 

Rights of the trustee under Sec. 67a of the 
Act. [Garrard Glenn] 6 Colum. L. 
Rev. 562 [1906]. 

Separate estates of non-bankrupt partners 
in the bankruptcy of a partnership under 
the bankrupt act of 1898. [J. D. Bren- 
nan] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 589 [1907]. 

The status of judgment notes and confes- 
sions of judgment under the Bankruptcy 
act of 1898. [Andrew J. Hirschl] 32 
Chic. Leg. N. 14 [1899]. 

Surrender preferences in bankruptcy [Wil- 
liam Walker] 4 Brief, 134 [1902]. 

Trustee in bankruptcy with reference to 
invalid transfers or liens. [Ellicott D. 
Curtis] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 584 [1905]. 

The United States bankruptcy law of 1898. 
[Henry G. Newton] 9 Yale L. J. 287 
[1900]. 

What are fraudulent debts of a bankrupt? 
[Morton John Stevenson] 49 Cent. 
L. J. 149 [1899]. 

What are the acts by the doing of which 
a person may be thrown into bankruptcy 
by his creditors? [Wm. C. Sprague] 
58 Alb. L. J. 431 [1898]. 

What constitutes a voidable preference under 
the bankruptcy law? [D. M. Tibbitts] 
4 Okla. L. Jnl. 69 [1905]. 



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BANKS AND BANKING 



Who may ask to be declared a bankrupt 
under the new law, and the cost of the 
procedure? [Wm. C. Sprague] 58 Alb. 

L. J. 352 [18981. 
Who may be forced into bankruptcy by his 
creditors? [Wm. C. Sprague] 58 Alb. 
L. J. 372 [1898). 

BANKS AND BANKING. 

I. Control and Regulation. 

II. Banking Corporations and Associations. 

III. Functions and Dealings. 
See also Trusts and Trustees. 



I. Control and Regulation. 

Banks and banking law. [John Fraaer] 1 
Natal L. Q. 202. 264 [1902]. 

Bank st€x:kholder*s right of inspection. 22 
Bank. L. J. 231 [1905]. 

A bank subordinate's duty and liability with 
reference to misconduct of a superior 
officer. 19 Bank. L. J. 89 [1902). 

Duty and liability of bank directors. [Albert 
S. BoUes] 12 Yale L. J. 287 [1903]. 

Improvement in banking laws. 22 Bank. L. 
J. 667 [1905]. 

Jurisdiction of state and federal courts in 
actions by and against national banks 
and receivers thereof. [Frank W. Bab- 
cock] 48 Cent. L. J. 331 [1899]. 

Law of banking in South Africa. [George 
T. Morice] 21 S. A. L. J. 355; 22 do. 
46 [1904r-5]. 

The liability attached to banking partner- 
ships. 16 Bank. L. J. 193 [1899]. 

Liability of trust company stockholders in 
New York. 23 Bank. L. J. 351 [1906]. 

National bank stock ownership. 15 Nat. 
Corp. Rep. 165 [1897]. 

Needed improvements in the laws affecting 
the banking business. [Thomas B. 
Paton] 23 Bank. L. J. 529 [1906]. 

Powers and duties of a trust company when 
acting as trustee under a corporation 
mortgage. [Francis S. Bangs] 15 Bank. 
L. J. 79 [1898]. 

The relation of the bank to the lawyer. 
[Marsh W. BaUey] 15 Am. Leg. N. 
259 [1904]. 

Value of legal knowledge in banking. [C. 
T. Granger] 20 Bank. L. J. 370 [1903]. 



II. Banking Corporations and Associations, 
Banks and the telegraph. 23 Bank. L. J. 

113 [1906]. 
Banks with branches. 23 Bank. L. J. 781 

[1906]. 
The phenomenal expansion of the trust com- 
pany. [John H. Connellan] 31 Nat. 
Corp. Rep. 368 [1905]. 

Savings departments in national banks. 22 
Bank. L. J. 308, 403 [1905]. 

III. Functions and Dealings, 

Aggregate presentment and separate protest. 
22 Bank. L. J. 839 [1905]. 

Attachment against national banks. (George 
Bryan] 8 Va. L. Reg. 327 [1902]. 

Attachment of bank deposits. 22 Bank. L. 
J. 673 [1905]. 

Bank accounts and their audit. [Arthur W. 

Smith] 16 Bank. L. J. 197 [1899]. 
Bank accounts with minors. [Thornton 

Cooke] 24 Bank. L. J. 433 [1907]. 
Bank advances on goods. 50 Sol. J. 220 

[1906]. 
Bank depositor's duty to verify returned 

vouchers. 19 Bank. L. J. 477 [1902]. 
Bank director's liability for inattention to his 

duties. [H. Gerald Chapin] 10 Am. 

Uw. 346 [1902]. 
Bankers' and customers' pass-books. 119 L. 

T. 145 [1905]. 
Bankers and ''not negotiable" cheques. 107 

L. T. 271 [1899]. 
Bankers' liens on securities pledged to them 

by brokers. [Charles M. Holt] 3 Can. 

L. Rev. 144 [1904]. 
The banker's overdrafts of local authorities. 

47 Sol. J. 331. 348 [1903]. 
Bankers rights on forged signatures. 

[Charles M. Holt] 3 Can. L. Rev. 457 

[1904]. 
Banking account in wife's name. 106 L. T. 

359 [1899]. 
Banks as lessors of safe deposit boxes. 18 

Bank. L. J. 770 [1901]. 
Banks as purchasers of bills of lading. 20 

Bank. L. J. 659 [1903]. 
Banks as warrantors of bills of lading. 22 

Bank. L. J. 939 [1905]. 
Basis of valuation for securities. [Charles E. 

Sprague] 20 Bank. L. J. 508 [1903]. 
Bunch presentment and separate protest. 

23 Bank. L. J. 693 [1906]. 



BANKS AND BANKING 



20 



BANKS AND BANKING 



Cashing drafts with bills of lading attached. 
15 Bank. L. J. 619 [1898]. 

Cashier's checks for private debts. 18 Bank. 
L. J. 241; 19 do. 165 [1901-2]. 

Checks certified for the drawer. 22 Bank. 
L. J. 757 [1905]. 

Checks payable at other banks. 22 Bank. 
L. J. 237 [1905]. 

Checks to impersonators. 18 Bank. L. J. 415 
[1901J. 

Cheques crossed "account of payees." 51 Sol. 
J. 62 [1906]. 

Cheques in settlement. [G. Pitt-Lewis] 1 
Can. L. Rev. 141; 112 L. T. 49 
[1901]. 

Qearing house indorsement stamps. 20 

Bank. L. J. 573 [1903]. 
Clearing out-of-town checks. 20 Bank. L. 

J. 717 [1903]. 
Collection of time drafts with documentary 
security. 17 Bank. L. J. 192E [1900]. 

Collections and bank failures. 22 Bank. L. J. 
318 [1905]. 

Defacing or marking of bad circulation by 
banks. 22 Bank. L. J. 15 [1905]. 

Deposits received by insolvent banks. [Albert 
S. BoUet] 52 Am. L. Reg. 438 [1904]. 

Double statement of the amount in nego- 
tiable instruments. 23 Bank. L. J. 101 
[1906]. 

Evolution of banking law. [Thomas B. 
Paton] 19 Bank. L. J. 327 [1902]; 10 
Am. Law. 250 [1902]. 

Fraudulent warehouse receipts and bankers' 
rights thereunder. [Charles M. Holt] 
4 Can. L. Rev. 107 [1905]. 

Gratuitous and compensated deposits* 
[Nathan Newmark] 58 Cent. L. J. 306 
[1904]. 

Guaranties in bank transactions. 23 Bank. 

L. J. 281 [1906]. 
Identification and indorsement. 22 Bank. L. 

J. 847 [1905]. 
Identification of payees of checks and drafts. 

15 Bank. L. J. 321 [1898]; 20 do. 83 

[1903]. 
Indemnity bonds upon the payments of lost 

instruments. 23 Bank. L. J. 525 [1906]. 
Indorsement of checks paid over the counter. 

20 Bank. L. J. 647 [1903]. 



Joint deposits and payment to survivor. 23 
Bank. L. J. 361 [1906]. 

Legal nature of the indorsement "pay any 

bank or bankers or order." 20 Bank. 

L. J. 783 [1903]. 
Liability of bank collecting- commercial 

paper. [George I. WooUey] 12 Bench 

and Bar, N. Y., 100 [1908]. 

Liability of a bank on a certified check. 
[Glenda Burlce Slajmiaker] 57 Cent. 
L. J. 367 [1903]. 

The liability of bankers. 44 Sol. J. 273 [1900]. 

Liability of deposit companies. [Ed. Fabre 

Suireyer] 4 Can. L. Rev. 39 [1905]. 

Liability of directors and officers of financial 
institutions. [J. Hector McNeal] 10 
Va. L. Reg. 183 [1904]. 

Liability to maker of check for its wrongful 
dishonor. [Ernest W. Huffcutt] 2 
Colum. L. Rev. 193 [1902]. 

Lost checks and duplicates. 22 Bank. L. J. 
243 [1905]. 

Marketing of securities by trust companies. 
18 Bank. L. J. 91 [1901]. 

National bank as stockholder in other cor- 
porations. 23 Bank. L. J. 357 [1906]. 

Outlawing of bankers' drafts. 23 Bank. L. 
J. 704. 

Overdrafts and wrongful commissions by 
officers. 22 Bank. L. J. 323 [1905]. 

The ownership and recovery of trust de- 
posits. [Albert S. Bollee] 14 Yale L. 

J. 200 [1905]. 
Payment of alternative or trust deposits. 

17 Bank. L. J. 430M, 477, 588, 643. 721, 
. 835; 18 do. 15. 128, 174 [1900-1901]. 
Payment by a banker of fraudulently altered 

cheques. 50 Sol. J. 713 [1906]. 
Payment of bankers' drafts on themselves 

upon a forged indorsement. 46 Sol. J. 

628 [1902]. 
Payment of depositors' overdue notes. 20 

Bank. L. J. 153 [1903]. 
Persons just come of age. 5 N. Ir. Jur. 139 

[1905]. 
Presentment of checks through the clearing 

house. 20 Bank. L. J. 13 [1903]. 
Purchase and collection of drafts with bill of 

lading secDrity. 16 Bank. L. J. 69 [1899]. 
Purchase of drafts with bills of lading. 19 

Bank. L. J. 609; 20 do. 94 [1902-^]. 



BANKS AND BANKING 



21 



BARRY 



Reasonable care in the payment of savings 
deposits and construction of protective 
by-laws. 24 Bank. L. J. 49, 131, 297, 
381 [1907]. 

Representations by bankers as to credit of 
customers. 45 Sol. J. 612 [1901]. 

Savings bank life insurance for wage earners. 
[Louis D. Brandeis] 69 Alb. L. J. 50 
[1907]. 

Savings departments in national banks. 22 
Bank. L. J. 308, 403 [1905]. 

Securities to cover further advances, 43 Sol. 

J. 364 [1899]. 
Sending out-of-town checks to the drawee. 

23 Bank. L. J. 875 [1906]. 
Stopping payment of a certified check. 22 

Bank. L. J. 411, 493 [1905]. 
Subject of ''no protest." 22 Bank. L. J. 311 

[1905]. 
Unlawful certifications by national bank 

ofiicers. 22 Bank. L. J. 27 [1905]. 
Unrestricted indorsements for purposes of 

collection. 19 Bank. L. J. 320 [1902]. 
Use of blank check forms of another bank. 

22 Bank. L. J. 25 [1905]. 
Use of the word ''savings'* by commercial 

b^nks. 22 Bank. L. J. 753 [1905]. 
Validity of rubber stamp indorsements. 23 

Bank. L. J. 617 [1906]. 
What is a banker? 34 Jr. L. T. 399 [1900]. 
Banning, Ephraim. [1849-1907.] Obituary. 

40 Chic. L^. N. 137 [1907]. 

BAR ASSOCIATIONS. 

American Bar Association. Its history. 

[Jacob Weart] 27 N. J. L. J. 292, 336 

[1904]. 
The Chicago Bar Association — the twenty- 
fifth anniversary celebration. 31 Chic. 

Leg. N. 359 [1899]. 
The mission of a bar association, or some 

failures of the self-governing principle. 

[D. C. Wettenhaver] 7 Am. Law. 141 

[1899]. 
The practical utility of bar associations. [L. 

B. Proctor] 59 Alb. L. J. 373 [1899]. 
Virginia State Bar Association. Address of 

president. [Archer A. Phlegar] 12 Va. 

L. Reg. 339 [1906]. 

BARBADOS. 

Modes of legislation in the British colonies: 
Barbados. [Sir Conrad Reeves] 2 J. 
Comp. Leg. 102 [19001. 



heard] 1 


— 1896. 


2 J. 


— 1897. 


IJ 


— 1898. 


IJ. 


— 1899. 


2 J 


— 1900. 


3X 


— 1901. 


4 J. 


— 1902. 


5 J. 


— 1903. 


6 J. 


— 1904. 


7 J. 


— 1905. 


7 J. 


— 1906. 


8 J. 



Review of legislation, 1895. [W. P. B. Shefik 
J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 124 [1896]. 
. Comp. Leg. o. s. 235 [1897]. 
Comp. Leg. 153 [1899]. 
Comp. Leg. 559 [1899]. 
Comp. Leg. 624 [1900]. 
Comp. Leg. 406 [1901]. 
Comp. Leg. 341 [1902]. 
Comp. Leg. 433 [1904]. 
Comp. Leg. 450 [1905). 
Comp. Leg. 215 [1906]. 
Comp. Leg. 521 [1906]. 
Comp. L^. 410 [1907]. 
Barber, Sydney Hilton. [1869-1906.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 24 S. A. L. J. 
1 [1907]. 
Barillas caee, A study of Mexican criminal 
procedure as illustrated in the. [Joeeph 
Wheleee] 19 Green Bag, 462, 532 [1907]. 
Barker, Charles Mylne. Biographical 

sketch. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 209 [1906]. 
Barker, George. [1823-.] Biographical 

sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 347 [1904]. 
Barker, George P. A dramatic episode in 
the career of a great Buffalo lawyer at 
the Albany bar. [L. B. Proctor] 61 Alb. 
L. J. 87 [1900]. 
Barker, Joseph N. [1824-1902.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 34 Chic Leg. N. 309 
[1902]. 
Barnes, W. H. L. [1836>1902.] Note. 36 

Am. L. Rev. 768 [1902]. 
Baronets, The order of. 23 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 109 [1898]. 
Barrett, George Carter, [1838-1906] 
In memory of. 68 Alb. L. J. 332 [1906]. 
BARRISTERS. 
Barrister's roll. [W. C. Bolland.] 23 Law 

Q. Rev. 438 [1907]. 
The briefing of counsel by clerks to authori- 
ties who are not solicitors. 66 J. P. 
274 [1902]. 
Right of a barrister to sue for fees due. 33 

Ir. L. T. 267 [1899]. 
Should the two branches of the legal profes- 
sion be amalgamated? [H. J. Randall] 
28 Law Mag. and Rev. 426 [1903]. 

Barron, William T., Judge. [-1862.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 190 
[1902]. 

Barry, Sir Jacob D. [1832-1905.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 17 Cape L. J. 213 [1900], 

— Obituary. 22 S. A. L. J. 417 [1905]. 



BARTHOLOMEW 



22 



BETES NOIRES 



Bartholomew, Abram. [1837-.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. W [18991. 

Bartolus. [1313-1357.] [Sir William 
Rattigan] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 230 [1904]. 

Barton, Dunbar Plunket, Solicitor General 
for Ireland. Sketch. 32 Ir. L. T. 202 
[1898]. 

BASEBALL. 
See Contracts; Sports; Theaters; and 
Shows. 

BASTARDS. 

Corroboration in bastardy cases. 63 J. P. 
674 [1899]. 

Enforcement of bastardy orders and wife's 

maintenance orders. 64 J. P. 721 [1900]. 
The maintenance of bastards of married 

women. 67 J. P. 157 [1903]. 
Bastille, The American. [George F. 

Onnaby] 14 Oreen Bag, 520 [1902]. 
Bateman, Warner M. [1827-1897.] Mem- 

orial. [John A. Shauck] 40 Ohio L. 

B. 127 [1898]. 
Beccaria and law reform. [U. M. Rose] 34 

Am. L. Rev. 524 [1900]. 
Becker, Tracy C. [1855-.] Biographical 

•ketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 47 

[1809]. 
BedeU, Edwin A. [1853-19—.] The new 

Court of Appeals Reporter. 61 Alb. 

L. J. 358 [1900]. 
Beebe, Frank Nellie. [1850-1903.] In 

memoriam. 48 Ohio L. B. 803 [1903]. 
Belden*e client. [John De Morgan] 13 

Oreen Bag. 447 [1901]. 
BELGIUM. 
The Belgian [workmen's compensation] law 

of 1903. [G. de Leval] 18 Green Bag, 

220 [1906). 
English. French, and Belgian bars. [Malcolm 

Mcllwraith] 14 Law Q. Rev. 169; 105 

L. T. 314 [1898]. 
BeU, John. [1823-1905.] Obituary. 41 

Can. L. J. 594 [1905]. 
BeU, Urban C. [1868-19—]. Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 64 

[1899]. 
Bengal, Reminiscences of the mofussal 

law courts of. [Andrew T. Sibbold] 14 

Green Bag. 337 [1902]. 
Benjamin, Judah PhUip. [1811-1884.] 

Sketch. [Burton Hanson] 40 Am. L. 

Rev. 331 [1906]. 



Benjamin, Judah Philip, at the English 
bar. [Undaay RueeeO] 12 Am. Law. 
160 [1904]. 

— A senator of two republics. [G. G. Veet] 

11 Am. Uw. 475 [1908]; 11 Bar, 25 [May, 
1904]. 

— Biographical sketch, with portrait. [G. 

W. WUton] 19 Jurid. Rev. 305 [1907]. 

— Sketch. [David Stem] 24 Nat. Corp. 

Rep. 226 [1902]. 

— Sketch. [Lindsay Russd] 15 Am. Leg. 

N. 272 [1904]. 
Bentham, Jeremy. [174S-1832.] [Silas 
Porter] 7 Am. Uw. 146 [1899]. 

— [N. W. Hayles] 5 Can. L. Rev. 289 [1906]. 

— and the codifiers. [Charles Noble Greg- 
ory] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 344 [1900]. 

— Sketch. [Tighe Hopkins] 118 L. T. 527 

[1905]. 

— Biographical sketch. [H. J. RandaU] 22 

Uw Q. Rev. 311 [1906]. 

— 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 33 [1905]. 

— 25 Uw Notes [Gib.] 205 [1906]. 
Benton, Thomas H. [1782-1858.] Bio- 

graphical sketch, with portrait. [Charles 
W. Sloan] 13 Green Bag, 371 [1901]. 

— as a lawyer. [Eugene L. Didier] 18 Green 

Bag, 385 [1906]. 
Bequests to voluntary associations. 35 Ir. 

L. T. 451 [1901]. 
BERMUDA. 
Modes of l^slation in Bermuda. [Reginald 

Gray] 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 261 [1897]. 
Review of l^slation. 1895. [W. P. B. Shep- 

heard] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 125 [1896]. 
— - 1896. [Reginald Gray] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

o. s. 239 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 157 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 562 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 624 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 409 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 343 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 430 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. L^. 465 [1905]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 404 [1909]. 
Berry, Rohert. [1825-1903.] Obituary, with 

portrait. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 36 [1903]. 
Mtes noires of the law. [Ernest A. Jelf .] 
L The man of straw. 108 L. T. 492 [1900]. 

II. The man without an address. 108 L. 
T. 519 [1900]. 

III. The man who goes abroad. 108 L. 
T. 541, 610 [19001. 



B^TES NOIRES 



23 



BIBLICAL LAW 



IV. The man with an alibi. 109 L. T. 38 
[1900]. 

V. The man with an alias. 109 L. T. 130, 

177 [19001. 

VI. The man who sits on documents. 109 
L. T. 299 [19001. 

VII. The man who makes vague allega- 
tions. 109 L. T. 348 [1900]. 

VII. The man whose object is delay. 109 
L. T. 387 [1900]. 

IX. The man who is or pretends to be 
dangerously ill. 109 L. T. 442 [1900]. 

X. The man who is mad. 109 L. T. 476 
[1900]. 

XI. The man who b partly in the right. 

109 L. T. 509 [1900]. 

XII. The man who appeab to prejudice. 

110 L. T. 42 [1900]. 

XIII. The man who has friends on the 
jury. 110 L. T. 139 [1900]. 

Bethea, Solomon H., Judge. Sketch, with 
portrait. 27 Chic. Leg. N. 257 [1905]. 

BETTING. 

Betting. 66 J. P. 434; [Tighe Hofrfdns] 

113 L. T. 307 [1902]. 
Betting in public houses. 63 J. P. 434 [1899]; 

67 do. 169 [1903]. 
Betting in streets and public places. 63 

J. P. 419 [1899]. 
Betting on race courses. 63 J. P. 322 [1899]. 
Bookmakers and public-houses. 22 L. Notes 

[Gib.] 179 [1903]. 
Gambling and betting in foreign law. 118 

L. T. 451 [1905]. 
Setts, Stephen C. A model law librarian. 

34 Am. L. Rev. 79 [1900]. 
Beveridge child labor bill and the United 

States as parens patriae, [Andrew 

Alexander Bruce] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 627 

[1907]. 
Bewley, E. T. The resignation of Mr. Jus- 
tice Bewley. 32 Ir. L. T. 15 [1898]. 

BIBLE. 

Bible and its enduring influence. 1 Okla. L. 
J. 39 [1902]. 

Bible in a lawyer's library. [Joseph HanseU 
MerrUl] 1 So. L. Rev. 256 [1901]; 10 
Am. Uw. 102 [1902]. 

The bible as a persuasive judicial authority. 

20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 735 [1900]. 
The bible in law. [Jamee Williams] 30 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 385 [1905]. 



The bible in the lawyer's library. [Joeeph 

HanseU MerriU] 47 Ohio L. B. 318 

[1902]. 
Citation of the bible by the courts. 3 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 187 [1900]. 
The law of the Book of Mormon. [James 

Williams] 24 Uw Mag. and Rev. 138 

[1899]; 34 Am. L. Rev. 219 [1900]. 
A tentative codification of the Old Testament 

laws. [Charles Foster Kent] [15 Yale 

L. J. 284 [1906]. 
Biblical law. Chapters from the. [David 

Werner Amram.] 

I. The case of Zelophehad's daughters. 12 

Green Bag» 5 [1900]. 

I I . The purchase of the cave of Macphelah . 

11 Green Bag, 89 [1900]. 

III. The "coroner's" inquest and the cere- 
mony of expiation. 12 Green Bag, 196 
[1900]. 

IV. The manslayer in the dty of refuge. 

12 Green Bag. 384 [1900]. 

V. The judgment of Solomon. 12 Green 

Bag, 483 [1900]. 

VI. The case of Naboth's vineyard. 12 
Green Bag, 504 [1900]. 

VII. A conveyance of land to the Prophet 
Jeremiah. 12 Green Bag, 585 [1900]. 

IX. The trial of Achan by lot. 12 Green 
Bag, 659 [1900]. 

X. The case of Jephthah's daughter. 13 
Green Bag, 37 [1901]. 

XI. The case of Joab, or the right of sanc- 
tuary. 13 Green Bag, 70 [1901]. 

XII. The case of Adam and Eve. 13 
Green Bag, 198 [1901]. 

XIII. The Case of Boaz and Ruth. 13 
Green Bag, 313 [1901]. 

XIV. The covenant of Jacob and Laban. 

13 Green Bag, 406 [1901]. 

XV. The case of the blasphemer. 13 
Green Bag, 493 [1901]. 

XVI. The murder of Abel. 13 Green Bag, 
592 [1901]. 

Biblical law, A lawyer's studies in. [David 
Werner Amram]. 

The Patriarchal Family. 14 Green Bag, 83 
[1902]. 

The Powers of the Patriarch. 14 Green Bag, 
231 [1902]. 

The Position of Women. 14 Green Bag, 343 
[1902]. 



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Family SoUdarity . U Green Bag, 490 [1902]. 
Primogeniture. 15 Green Bag, 41 [1903(. 
Inheritance. 15 Green Bag, 291 [1903]. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

Blackstone. [From N. Y. Naium] 15 Nat- 
Corp. Rep. 290, 322 [1897]. 

The first book in English on the law of incor- 
poration. [Amasa M. Eaton] 12 Yale 
L. J. 259, 364 [1903]. 

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Reeves* History of the English Law] 32 
Ir. L. T. 588 [1898]. 

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Uw School. 11 Yale L. J. 9 [1901]. 
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common lawyer, an. 1294. [Robert 

Jowitt WhltweU] 21 Law Q. Rev. 393 

[1905]. 
An old Scot's law book. [Henry H. Brown] 

8 Scot. L. T. 105, 113, 130, 138, 145, 

154, 157; 9 do. 9 [1901-2]. 
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64 J. P. 818 [1900]. 
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Uw Q. Rev. 377 [1904]. 
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14 Harv. L. Rev. 557 [1901]. 
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Rev. 266, 360 [1906]. 
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1851.] Golden mace or pestle aiid mortar. 

110 L. T. 219 [1901]. 
— 4 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 209 [1901]. 
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Bicycles and bridge tolls. 114 L. T. 588 

[1903]. 
Bicycles and tolls. 66 J. P. 65 [1902]. 
Bicycle and the common carrier. [Lee 

Max Friedman] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 119 

[1898]. 
Bicycle law. [C. B. Ubatt] 35 Can. L. J. 

130 [1899]. 
Cyclists and innkeepers. 112 L.T. 517 [1902]. 
Cyclists and the railway companies. 112 

L. T. 207, 231 [1902J. 
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The law governing the use of the bicycle. 
[Frank S. Grant] 50 Cent. L. J. 205 
[1900]. 

Publicans and lady cyclists. 62 J. P. 305 
[1898]. 

BIGAMY. 

Bigamy and divorces. [W. E. Raney] 34 
Can. L. J. 546 [1898]. 

Jurisdiction of the courts of one state over 
an act of bigamy committed in another 
sute. [H. M. Hanson] 62 Cent. L. J. 
216 [1906]. 

Billboards* Public regulation of. [Harold 
N. Eldridge] 6 Brief, 207 [1906]. 

BILLS AND NOTES. 

Accommodation bills. 1 19 L. T. 488 [1905]. 

Act respecting assignments as to the valua- 
tion of negotiable instruments. [E. H. 
Smythe] 37 Can. L. J. 798 [1901]. 

Alteration of n^otiable instruments. [A. G. 
Carpenter] 4 West. Res. L. J. 198 [1899]. 

Are notes or other unexecuted obligations 
given to induce the location of railroad 
stations at a given point void as against 
public policy. [M. C. Garber].62 Cent. 
L. J. 164 [1906]. 

Assignees of commercial paper. 15 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 223 [1897]. 

Bills and notes in foreign law. Ill L. T. 493 
[1901]. 

Bills and notes in Russian law. 121 L. T. 
309 [1906]. 

Bills of exchange and international codifica- 
tion. [W. J. Barnard Byles] 8 J. Comp. 
Leg. 112 [1907]. 

Bills of exchange and the doctrine of estoppel. 
51 Sol. J. 621 [1907]. 

Bills of Exchange Act, 1890, and amend- 
ments. [E. H. Smythe] 34 Can. L. J. 
338 [1898]. 

Bills of exchange. [A. M. Keiley] 6 Va. L. 
Reg. 73 [1900]. 

Bills of exchange and the International Law 
Association. [Thomas Baty] 8 J. Comp. 
Leg. 229 [1907]. 

Bills of exchange — -presentment for accep- 
tance. [Edmund G. Kaye] 21 Can. L. 
T. 356 [1901]. 

A case on cheques. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 329 
[1906]. 



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The certification of checks. [Leslie J. Tomp- 
kins] 50 Am. L. Reg. 127 [1902]. 

Certified cheques. 106 L. T. 453 [1800]; 114 
do. 565 [1908]. 

Changes wrought by the Negotiable Instru- 
ments law. [Samuel F. Mordecai] 1 

N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 14 [1904]. 

Checks and drafts payable to impersonators. 
23 Bank. L. J. 697 [1906]. 

Checks as assignments of deposits in bank. 
19 Bank. L. J. 75 [1902]. 

Checks certified for the drawer. 22 Bank. L. 
J. 757 [1905]. 

Checks for more than balance. 15 Bank. L. 
J. 595 [1898]. 

Checks payable at other banks. 21 Bank. 
L. J. 741; 22 do. 237 [1904-5]. 

Cheques and the doctrine of donationes 
mortis causa. 46 Sol. J. 446 [1902]. 

Cheques crossed ''account of payees." 51 Sol. 
J. 62 [1906]. 

Cheques in foreign law. 112 L. T. 166 [1901]. 

Cheques in settlement. [G. Pitt-Lewis) 
112 L. T. 49; 1 Can. L. Rev. 141 [1901] 

Commercial paper — its history. 5 Okla. L. 
365 [1907). 

The competency of parole proof in questions 
of liability on bills of exchange. [C. R. 
A. Howden] 11 Scot. L. T. 41 [1903]. 

"Conditional cheques'* 19 L. Notes [Gib.l 
17 [1900]. 

A consideration of the uniform negotiable 

instruments law. [Jolm D. Milliken] 

39 Chic. Leg. N. 76; 14 Am. Law. 346 

[1906]. 
Days of grace. 116 L. T. 542 [1904]. 
Death of the drawer of a check. [John 

Mazcy Zane] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 104 [1903]. 
Defense of the negotiable instruments law. 

[Lyman D. Brewster] 10 Yale L. J. 

84 [1901]. 
Demand notes and indorsers* liability. 23 

Bank. L. J. 269 [1906]. 
Demand notes as continuing securities. 

[Charles M. Holt] 2 Can. L. Rev. 195 

[1903]. 

Discharge of persons secondarily liable upon 
negotiable instruments, under Virginia 
code. [J. H. Day, Jr.] 11 Va. L. Reg. 
102 [1905]. 



Double statement of the amount in nego- 
tiable instruments. 23 Bank. L. J. 101 
[1906). 

Effect of payment of a promissory note at 
place of payment named in the instru- 
ment. [W. C. Rodgers] 61 Cent. L. J. 

166 [1905]. 
An experiment in codification. [James N. 

Eaton] 6 Am. Law. 169 [1898]. 
Extension clauses in promissory notes. 20 
Bank. L. J. 225 [1903]. 

Extensions of promissory notes under the 
n^;otiable instruments law. 24 Bank. 

L. J. 427 [1907]. 
Fictitious or non-existing payee. [Jolin D. 
Falconbridge] 43 Can. L. J. 225 [1907]. 

Fictitious payees. 49 Sol. J . 329 [1905] ; 51 do. 
24, 820 [1906-7]. 

Forged and raised cheques and forged in- 
dorsements. (A. W. P. Buchanan] 
2 Can. L. Rev. 450 [1903]. 

Fraudulent alteration of cheques. [N. G. 
PUcher] 2 Com. L. Rev. 57 [1904]. 

Fraudulent alterations of the amount of 
cheques and other n^otiable instru- 
ments. [Percy C. Ryan] 6 Rev. Leg. 
436 [1900]. 

Fraudulent warehouse receipts and ban- 
kers* rights thereunder. [Charles M. 
Holt] 4 Can. L. Rev. 107 [1905]. 

Guaranties of payment of drafts against 
shipments. 22 Bank. L. J. 927 [1905]. 

Indorsement by person of same name as 
payee. 20 Bank. L. J. 442 [1903]. 

Interest-bearing time certificates of deposit. 
22 Bank. L. J. 581 [1905]. 

Informal bills and notes. [Silas Alward] 38 
Can. L. J. 662 [1902]. 

Irregular forms of bills and notes. [M. J. 
Gorman] 18 Can. L. T. 85 [1898]; 22 
do. 119 [19021. 

Is action by holder against drawer or in- 
dorser of a bill of exchange on the last 
day of grace premature? [Silas Al- 
ward] 23 Can. L. T. 223 [1903]. 

Jus genHum and law merchant. [William 
Wirt Howe] 6 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 161 
[1902]. 

Law of altered notes. 22 Bank. L. J. 91 
[1905]. 



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BILLS AND NOTES 



Law of bank checks: 

L History and utility. 21 Bank. L. J. 7, 
79 [19041. 

II. Definition and requisites of a check. 
21 Bank. L. J. 151, 223, 293, 365, 437, 
509, 583, 655, 725, 797; 22 do. 9, 79, 
151, 223. 303 [1904-5]. 

III. Consideration. 22 Bank. L. J. 393, 
479 [1905]. 

IV. Negotiation. 22 Bank. L. J. 567, 657, 
743, 831, 919; 23 do. 7, 95 [1905-6]. 

V. Termination of n^otiation. 23 Bank 

L. J. 179, 263 [1906]. 
VL Rights of Holder. 23 Bank. L. J. 345 
[1906]. 

VII. Presentment for payment. 23 Bank. 
L. J. 429, 517, 603, 687, 773 [1906]. 

VIII. Payment of checks. 23 Bank. L. J. 
861,951; 24 do. 9, 91, 171,245,329,411, 
497, 587, 681, 771, 857, 947 [1906^7]. 

Law of commercial paper in Kansas. 16 

Bank. L. J. 537, 597, 657; 17 do. 17, 78 

[1899-1900]. 
Law of negotiable instrument. [Viii^ M. 

Harris] 31 Nat. Corp. Rep. 801, 805 

[1906]. 
The law relating to bills of exchange. [W. A. 

Sharpe] 120 L. T. 245 [1906]. 
Legal nature of the indorsement "pay any 

bank or banker or order." 20 Bank. 

L. J. 783 [1903]. 
Liability of a bank on a certified check. 

[Glenda Buiice Slaymaker] 57 Cent. 

L. J. 367 [1903]. 
Liability of an aval. [F. A. Laughton] 4 

Natal L. Q. 81 [1905]. 
Lost checks and duplicates. 22 Bank. L. J. 

243 [1905]. 
Necessity of a payee in a check. 20 Bank. 

L. J. 361 [1903]. 
Necessity of demand upon certificates of 

deposit. 23 Bank. L. J. 15 [1906]. 
Negotiability and estoppel. [John S. 

Ewart] 16 Law Q. Rev. 135; 108 L. T. 

397, 422, 471 [1900]. 
Negotiability of instruments payable in 

"current funds" or "currency." 24 Bank. 

L. J. 177 [1907]. 
N^otiable and non-negotiable voucher 

checks. 22 Bank. L. J. 157 [1905]. 
Negotiable instruments. 44 Sol. J. 569 [1900]. 
The n^otiable instruments law. [George 

W. Bates] 31 Chic. Leg. N. 444 [1899]. 



The negotiable instruments law. [M. P. 
Burks] 4 Va. L. Reg. 143 [1898]. 

N^otiable instruments law — a reply to 
the criticisms of Professor James Ban- 
Ames. [John Lawrence Farrell] 9 
Am. Uw. 216, 269; 3 Brief, 131 [1901]. 

The negotiable instruments law; an answer 
to Dean Ames' latest criticisms. [John 
Lawrence FarreU] 5 Brief, 1 [1904]. 

Negotiable instruments in American law. 
[A. M. HamUton] 17 Jurid. Rev. 384 
[1905]. 

The negotiable instruments law. [James 
Barr Ames] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 241, 442 
[1900-1901). A rejoinder. [Lyman 
Denison] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 26 [1901]. 

The negotiable instruments law. [Charles 
L. McKeehan] 50 Am. L. Reg. 437, 
499, 561 [1902]. 

The negotiable instruments law. [Alva E. 
Taylor] 17 Nat. Corp. Rep. 760 [1899]. 

Negotiable instruments law: its history and 
its practical operation. [Amasa M. 
Eaton] 2 Mich L. Rev. 260 [1904]. 

Negotiable instruments law — a course of 
study. 16 Bank. L. J. 315, 375, 435, 
481, 531, 591, 649; 17 do. 9, 67, 193, 
237, 303, 430i, 493, 665, 773, 881; 18 do. 
7, 83, 159, 235, 311, 403, 479, 557, 633, 
723, 811, 885; 19 do. 7, 83, 197, 235, 
313, 391, 461, 531, 599, 673, 745, 817; 
20 do. 7, 79. 147, 217, 285, 355, 425, 495, 
584, 639, 711 [1899-1903]. 

Negotiable instruments law — necessary 
amendments. [J. B. Ames] 16 Harv. L. 
Rev. 255 [1903]. 

Negotiable voucher checks. [George C. 
Sinclair] 23 Bank. L. J. 609 [1906]. 

Negotiation of checks by traveling salesmen. 
23 Bank. L. J. 436 [1906]. 

"Not negotiable." 35 Ir. L. T. 525 [1901J. 

Notice of dishonour. [Edmund G. Kaye] 
23 Can. L. T. 37 [1903]. 

Notice of dishonor on notes with optional 
maturity clauses. 23 Bank. L. J. 964 
[1906]. 

Object lessons in certificates of deposit. 18 
Bank. L. J. 896 [1901]. 

Outlawing of bankers* drafts. 23 Bank. L. J. 
704. 

Payment of bill of exchange or check by the 
drawee after the drawer's death . [George 
H. Balkam] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 588 [1901]. 



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Payment of negotiable paper under a mis- 
take of fact. [Fred W. Green) 5 West. 
Res. L. J. 1 U8991. 

Payment of overdue notes payable at bank. 

23 Bank. L. J. 900 [1906]. 
Presentment of checks through the clearing 

house. 20 Bank. L. J. 13 [1903]. 

Promissory notes. 117 L. T. 235 [1904]. 
Promissory notes signed in blank. 36 Ir. L. 

T. 113 [1902]. 
Protesting of bills of exchange. 14 Scot. L. 

Rev. 151 [1898]. 

Purchase of commercial paper from note- 
brokers. [C. F. Bentley] 20 Bank. 
L. J. 729 [1903]. 

Purchase of drafts with bills of lading. 19 
Bank. L. J. 609; 20 do. 94 [1902-3]. 

Redssion of contracts — return of notes of 
third parties. 15 Nat. Corp. Rep. 288 
[1897]. 

Right of holder of collateral note to rank on 
maker's insolvent estate. [S. G. Archi- 
bald] 7 Rev. Leg. 523 [1901]. 

Rights of the purchaser of a negotiable 
instrument with blanks unfilled. 19 
Bank. L. J. 94 [1902]. 

Russian legislation as to cheques. [Julius 
Hirschfeld] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 31 [1902]. 

Sending out-of-town checks to the drawee. 
23 Bank. L. J. 875 [1906]. 

Some changes effected by the negotiable 

instruments law in Missouri. [J. M. 

Blayney, Jr.] 60 Cent. L. J. 363 [1905]. 
Some suggestions on the proposal to enact 

the "Uniform Negotiable Instruments 

Law" in IlUnois. [Julian W. Mack] 1 

111. L. Rev. 592 [1906]. 
The status of the law governing the liability 

of irregular indorsers. [D. W. Kuhn] 

48 Cent L. J. 311 [1899]. 
Stopping payment of a certified check. 22 

Bank. L. J. 411, 493 [1905]. 
Term "month" in negotiable paper. 19 Bank. 

L J. 258 [1902]. 
Time limit for negotiation of a check. 20 

Bank. L. J. 289 [1903]. 
Time limit for rettuTi of "not good" cleared 

checks. 22 Bank. L. J. 167 [1905]. 
Transfer of negotiable paper as security 

for pre-esisting debt. 9 Law Notes 

[N. Y.l 67 [1905]. 



Under what circumstances a check may con- 
stitute an equitable assignment of the 
funds upon which it is drawn. 16 Bank. 
L. J. 194 [1899]. 

The uniform negotiable instruments law. 
John C. Richberg] 1 111. L. Rev. 305 
[1906]. 

Uniform state laws governing negotiable docu- 
ments of title. [Francis B. Jamet] 4 
Mkh. L. Rev. 41 [1905]. 

Uniformity of laws — the n^;otiable instru- 
ments act. [W. P. McRae] 4 Va. L. 
Reg. 77 [1898]. 

Unrestricted indorsements for purposes of 
collection. 19 Bank. L. J. 320 [1902]. 

Validity of rubber stamp indorsements. 23 
Bank. L. J. 617 [1906]. 

Want of consideration as a defense to nego- 
tiable paper. [Francis M. Burdick] 
46 Am. L. Reg. 337 [1898]. 

Warranty of genuineness by indorsement. 
20 Bank. L. J. 21 [1903]. 

What is a bank note? 20 L. Notes 114 [1901]. 

What is a corporation promissory note? 24 
Bank. L. J. 225 [1901]. 

When several contemporaneous contracts are 
construed together — effect on negotia- 
bility of promissory notes. [Willis L. 
Hand] 53 Cent. L. J. 166 [1901]. 

BILLS OF LADING. 

See also Carriers. 
Banks as warrantors of bills of lading. 22 

Bank. L. J. 939 [1905]. 
Bill of lading as security. 23 Bank. L. J. 

27 [1906]. 
Bills of lading. [J. B. Cottin^liam] 14 Am. 

Uw. 305 [1906]. 
— Laws relating to. [Thomas B. Paton] 

14 Am. Law. 360 [1906]. 

Bills of lading as collateral security. [L. S. 

Parks] 16 Bank. L. J. 487 [1899]; 

[Thomas B. Paton] 23 do. 187 [1906]. 
Bills of lading in interstate commerce. 

[Thomas B. Paton] 15 Am. Law. 373 

[1907]. 
Cashing of drafts with bills of lading attached. 

15 Bank. L. J. 619 [1898]. 

False bills of lading. 23 Bank. L. J. 441 

[1906]. 
Harter act: recent l^;islation in the United 
States respecting bills of lading. [Everett 
I P. Wheeler] 33 Am. L. Rev. 801 [1899]. 



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BIOGRAPHY 



Limitation of carrier^ common law liability 

in bills of lading. [John G. Haythe) 

8 Va. L. Reg. 849 [1903]. 
Possession of documents of title to goods. 

43 Sol. J. 473 [1899]. 
Purchase and collection of drafts with bill 

of lading security. 16 Bank. L. J. 69 

[1899]. 
Purchase of drafts with bills of lading. 19 

Bank. L. J. 609; 20 do. 94 [1902-3]. 
Specification of goods as affecting documents 

of title. [Richard Brown] 32 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 458 [1907]. 
The statutory estoppel under the Bills of 

Uding act, 1855. 45 Sol. J. 421 [1901]. 
Bills of particulars in actions based upon 

negligence. [Cyrus J. Wood] 49 Cent. 

L. J. 362 [1899]. 
— [Linton D. Landrum] 50 Cent. L. J. 

364 [1900]. 
Bingham, Edward F. [182^-1907.] Judge. 

Obituary. 35 Wash. L. R. 573 [1907]. 
Bingham, Harry. [1821-1900.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. [Ed^ar 

Aldrich] 13 Green B^, 105. Obituary. 

35 Am. L. Rev. 434 [1901]. 
BIOGRAPHY. 
Abbott, Austin. [1831-1896.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 7 Case and Com. 37 [1900]. 
Adair, John D. [1842-1903.] Obituary. 36 

Chic. Ug. N. 101 [1903]. 
Adams, John Quincy. [1767-1848.] Note. 

37 Chic. Leg. N. 164 [1904]. 
Ainsworth, Lucian Lester. Note. 36 Am. 

L. Rev. 426 [1902]. 
Allen, George William. [1822-1901.] Obit- 
uary. 37 Can. L. J. 519 [1901]. 
Allen, William Joshua. [1829-1901.] Judge. 

Sketch. 32 Chic. L^. N. 96 [1899]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 33 Chic. L^. 

N. 200 [1901]. 
Allinson, Edward P. [1852-1901.] Obit- 

uary. 35 Am. L. Rev. 564 [1901]; 63 

Alb. L. J. 72 [1901]. 
Altgeld, John P. [1848-1902.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 237 

[1902]. 

Ahrerstone, Lord, [Richard Everard Web- 
ster]. [1842-1915.] Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. 13 Green Bi^, 459 [1901]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 20 S. A. L. J. l 

[1903]. 

— Portrait. 16 Jurid. Rev. 347 [1904]. 



Alvey, Richard H. [1826-1906.] Judge. 
Sketch. 33 Wash. L. R. 653. 

— In memoriam. 33 do. 814. 

—Obituary. 68 Alb. L. J. 355 [1906]. 

Ambler, Jacob A. [1829-1906.] Memorial. 
51 Ohio L. B. 357 [1906]. 

Anderson, E. EUery. [1833-1903.] Obit- 
uary. 65 Alb. L. J. 86; 37 Am. L. Rev. 
271 [1903]. 

Anthony, Elliott., Judge. [1827-1898.] Obit- 
uary. 17 Nat. Corp. Rep. 8 [1898]. 

Armour, John Douglas. [1830-1903.] 
Obituary. 39 Can. L. J. 458 [1903]. 

Arnold, Benedict, [1741-1801] on the 
Maine border. [George J. Vamey] 13 
Green Bag, 203 [1901]. 

Arnold, Jonathan E. [1814-1865.] A great 
nisi-prius lawyer of the West. [l>uane 
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Asay, Edward G. [?1826-1898.] Obituary. 31 
Chic. Leg. N. 115 [1898]. 

Asher, Aleiander. [1834-1905.] Portrait* 
15 Jurid. Rev. 329 [1903]. 

— as a counsel. [R. T. Younger] 13 Scot. L. 

T. 55 [1905]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 21 Scot. L. Rev. 

257. " [Aleiander Ure] 17 Jurid. Rev. 
324 [1905]. 

Austin, John. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 80; 7 
Uw Notes [N. Y.] 30 [1903]. 

— to John C. Hurd. [Irving B. Richman] 

14 Harv. L. Rev. 353 [1901]. 

Ayer, Benjamin F. [1825-1903.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 35 Chic. L^. N. 285 
[1903]. 

Ayyangar, Sir Bhashyam, Judge. Sketch, 
with portrait. 1 Alia. L. J. 259 [1904]. 

BabcociL, Louis L. Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 59 [1899]. 

Bacon, Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount 
St. Albans. [1561-1626.] A striking 
figure in the legal history of England. 
[Edward Manson] 119 L. T. 35 [1905]. 

— Bacon and Coke. [Noble C. Butler] 6 

Uw Notes [N. Y.] 204 [1903]. 

— A notable duel: a sketch of the rivalry 

between Coke and Bacon. [A. Rives 
HaU] 7 Rev. Leg. 225 [1901]. 

— Philosopher, law reformer, Lord Chancel- 

\or. 40 Am. L. Rev. 28 [1906]. 



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BIOGRAPHY 



Bacon, Francis, Some questions of legal 
ethics suggested by his life and career. 
[Richard L. Atliurst] 18 Green Bag, 
503; 122 L. T. 200 [1906]. 

— [J. E. G. de Montmorency] 6 J. Comp. 

Leg. 263 [1905]. 

Bacon, Sir Jamea. [1798-1895.] Vice- 
Chancellor. 110 L. T. 379 [1901]. 

Bagley, Frederick G. [1870-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
63 [1899]. 

Bain, G. Donald. [1867-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 63 
[1899]. 

Baker, David J. [1834-1899.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 253 
[1899]. Obituary. 18 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
77 [1899]. 

Baker, Francis E. [1860-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 3 Ind. L. J. 52 [1899]. 

Baldus de UtMddis. Biographical sketch. 
[J. Doye Wilson] 12 Yale L. J. 8 [1902]. 

Balfour, John Blair. Lord Kinross. [1837- 
1905.] Biographical sketch, with por- 
trait. 15 Scot. L. Rev. 291 [1899]. 

— Lord President of the Court of Sessions. 

Portrait. 12 Jurid. Rev. 1 [1900]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 17 Jurid. Rev. 

1 [1905]. 
Ball, Jolin Thomas. [1815-1898.] The 
last of the Irish civilians. 104 L. T. 473 
[1898]. 

— Ex-Lord Chancellor of Ireland. Obituary. 

32 L. T. 136 [1898]. 

Banerjee, Gooru Dass. [1844-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch. 1 Alia. L. J. 1 [1904]. 

Bangs, Mark, Judge. [182^1902.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 
357 [1902]. 

Banning, Epiiraim. [1849-1907.] Obitu- 
ary. 41 Chic. Leg. N. 137 [1907]. 

Bar of early Maryland. [Elihu S. Ril^y] 
12 Green Bag, 577 [1900]. 

Bar of Southern Illinois sixty years ago. 
[James C. AUen] 36 Chic. Leg. N. 360 
[1904]. 

Barber, Sydney HUton. [1869-1906.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 24 S. A. L. J. 1 [1907]. 

Barker, Cliarles Mylne. Biographical 
sketch. 15 L. Notes [Gib.] 209 [1906]. 

Barker, George. [1832-.] Biographical 
sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 347 [1904[. 



Barker, George P. A dramatic episode 
in the career of a great Buffab lawyer 
at the Albany bar. [L. B. Proctor] 61 
Alb. L. J. 87 [1900]. 

Barker, Joseph N. [1824-1902.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 24 Chk. Leg. N. 309 
[1902]. 

Barnes, W. H. L. [1836-1902.] Note. 36 
Am. L. Rev. 768 [1902]. 

Barrett, George Carter, [1838-1906] 
In memory of. 67 Alb. L. J. 332 [1906]. 

Barron, William J., Judge. [-1862.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 24 Chic. Leg. N. 190 
[1902]. 

Barry, Sir Jacob D. [1832-1905.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 17 Cape L. J. 213 [1900]. 

— Obituary. 22 S. A. L. J. 417 [1905]. 

Bartholomew, Abram. [1837-.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 64 [1899]. 

Bart<rfus. [1313-1357.] (Sir William Ratti- 
gan] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 230 [1904]. 

Barton, Dunbar Plunket, Solicitor Gen- 
eral for Ireland. Sketch. 32 Ir. L. T. 
202 [1898]. 

Bateman, Warner M. [1827-1897.] Me- 
morial. [John A. Shauck] 40 Ohio L. 
B. 127 [1898]. 

Becker, Tracy C. [1855-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
47 [1899]. 

BedeU, Edwin A. [1853-.] The new 
Court of Appeals reporter. 61 Alb. L. J. 
358 [1900]. 

Beebe, Frank Nellis. [1850-1903.] In 
memoriam. 48 Ohio L. B. 803 [1903]. 

B^, John. [1823-1905.] Obituary. 41 
Can. L. J. 594 [1905]. 

BeU, Urban C. [1868-19—.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 64 
[1899]. 

Bench and bar of Dayton. [Lewis B. 
Gunckel] 44 Ohio L. B. 146 [1900]. 

Benjamin, Judah Philip. [1811-1884.] 
Sketch. [Burton Hanson] 40 Am. L. 
Rev. 331 [1906]. 

— At the English bar. [Lindsay Russell] 12 

Am. Uw. 160 [1904]. 

— A senator of two republics. [G. G. Vest] 

11 Am. Uw. 475 [1903]; 11 Bar. 25 
[May, 1904]. 

— Biographical sketch, with portrait. [G. 

W. WUton] 19 Jurid. Rev. 305 [1907]. 



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Benjamin, Judah Philip. Sketch. [DtMd 
Stern] 24 Nat. Corp. Rep. 266 [1902]. 

— Sketch. [Lindeay Ruts^] 15 Am. Leg. 

N. 272 [1904]. 
Bentham, Jeremy. [1748-1832.] [Silas 
Porter] 7 Am. Law. 146 [1899]. 

— [N. W. Hayles] 5 Can. L. Rev. 289 [1906]. 

— and the codifiers. [Charles Noble 

Gregory] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 344 [1900]. 

— Sketch. [Tighe Hopkins] 118 L. T. 527 

[1905]. 
—Biographical sketch. [H.J. Randall] 22 
Uw. Q. Rev. 311 [1906]. 

— 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 33 [1905]. 

— 25 Uw Notes [Gib.] 205 [1906]. 

Benton, Thomas H. [1782-1858.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Charies 
W. Sloan] 13 Green Bag, 371 [1901]. 

— as a lawyer. [Eugene L. Dldier] 18 Green 

Bag, 385 [1906]. 

Berry, Robert. [1825-1903.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 36 
[1903]. 

Bethea, Solomon H., Judge. Sketch, with 
portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 257 [1905]. 

Betts, Stephen C, a model law librarian. 
34 Am. L. Rev. 79 [1900]. 

Bewley, E. T. The resignation of Mr. Jus- 
tice Bewley. 32 Ir. L. T. 15 [1898]. 

Bickersteth, Henry. Lord Langdale. [1783 
-1851.] Golden mace or pestle and 
mortar. 110 L. T. 219 [1901]. 

— 4 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 209 [1901]. 
Bingham, Edward F. [1828-1907.] Judge. 

Obituary. 35 Wash. L. R. 573 [1907]. 
Bingham, Harry. [1821-1900.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. [Edgar Aldrich] 
13 Green Bag, 105. 

— Obituary. 35 Am. L. Rev. 434 [1901]. 

Birdwood, Herbert Mills. [-1907.] Obit- 
uary. 122 L. T. 426 [1907]. 

Bimey, WUliam. [1819-1907.] Obituary. 
35 Wash. L. R. 509 [1907]. 

Bishop, Joel Prentiss. [1814-1901.] Obit- 
uary. 23 Nat. Corp. Rep. 326 [1901]. 

Bispham, George Tucker. [1838-1906.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. [William Draper 
Lewis] 54 Am. L. Reg. 718 [1906]. 

— Obituary. 2 Am. Law. Sch. Rev. 35 

[1906]. 

BisseU, FredeHcIc O. [1868-.] Biograph- 
ical sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 65 [1899]. 



Bissdl, Joseph H. [1845-1901.] Obituary. 
33 Chk. Leg. N. 94 [1901.] 

Bissdl, Wilson S. [1847-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
41 [1899]. 

Blackstone, Sh- William. [1723-1780.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 19 L. Notes [Gib.] 147 
[1900]. 

Blaine, Herbert Francis. [1857-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 23 S. A. L. J. 
213 [1906]. 

Bleckley, Logan E., [1827-19—] Wit and 
wisdom of Chief-Justice, as shown in 
the Georgia reports. [Albert H. Rus- 
seU] 6 Am. Law. 375 [1898]. 

— Former Chief-Justice of the Supreme 

Court of Georgia. [L. B. Ellis] 15 Green 
Bag, 555 [1903]. 
Blo<lgett, Henry W., Judge. [1821-1905.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 
138 [1899]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 

209 [1905]. 
Bohun, Edmund. [-1699.] The first chief 

justice of Carolina. [A. M. Barnes] 12 

Green Bag, 590 [1900]. 
Bonaparte, Charies Joseph, [1851-19—] 

as a lawyer. ' [William Rejmolds] 17 

Green Bag, 397 [1905]. 
Bond, Lester Legrand. [1829-1903.] Obit- 
uary. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 293 [1903]. 
Bonney, Charles CarroU. [1831-1903.] 

Obituary, with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. 

N. 13 [1903]. 

— Obituary. 37 Am. L. Rev. 746 [1903]. 

Booth, WUliam M. [1856-1904.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 
29 [1904]. 

Borden, Robert L., Q. C, M. P. [1854-19—.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 35 
Can. L. J. 177 [1899]. 

Boswell, James, [1740-1795] and his prac- 
tice at the bar. [James S. Henderson] 
17 Jurid. Rev. 105 [1905]. See 29 Am. 
L. Rev. 754 [1905]. 

Boutell, Louis Henry. [1826-1899.] Obit- 
uary. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 187 [1899]. 

Bowen, Lord, Charles Synge Christopher. 

[1835-1894.] 37 Am. L. Rev. 69 [1903]. 

— Builder of our law. 113 L. T. 355 [1902]. 

Bracton, [P1227-1267] a striking figure in 
the legal history of England. [Edward 
Manson] 117 L. T. 151 [1904). 



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Bracton. 22 Uw Notes [Gib.] 270 [1903]. 
Bradley, Joseph P., [1813-1892] at the 

Catskill Landing. [Jacob Weart] 21 

N. J. L. J. 125 [1898]. 
BradweU, James B:, Judge. [182^1907.] 

Biographical sketch. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 

190 [1902]. 

— Obituary, with portraits. 40 Chic. Leg. 

N. 126. 134 [1907]. 

— Chicago Bar Assn. memorial for. 40 Chic. 

Leg. N. 142 [1907]. 

Brampton^ Lord. Su Sir Henry Hawkins. 

Braulein, Louis. [1860-19—]. Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 65 
[1899]. 

Brawley, Francis W. S. [1825-1898.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 5 
[1898]. 

Bra^eld, Lord [Robert Macqueen, 1722- 
1799], and John Clerk. 123 L. T. 549 
[1907]. 

Brendei, Henry W. [1857-19—.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
66 [1899]. 

Brett, CecU Michael Wilford. [1852-.] 
Judge. Sketch, with portrait. 5 Cal. L. 
J. 79 [1907]. 

Brewer, David Josiah. [1837-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [R. 
Newton Crane] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 9 
[1906]. 

Brewster, Frederic Carroll. [1825-1898.] 
Biographical sketch with portrait. 
[Chas. B. Connolly] 12 Green Bag, 
381 [1900]. 

Brewster, Lyman D. [1832-1904.] Obitu- 
ary. 38 Am. L. Rev. 249 [1904]. 

Bridge, Sir John. [1824-1900.] Obituary. 
35 L. J. 299 [1900]. 

Bridgman, Sir Orlando. [1606P-1674.] 
Biographical sketch. 20 L. Notes [Gib.] 
368 [1901]. 

Briggs, James Crawford. [1872-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 2 N. C. L. J. 175 
[1901]. 

Broadhead, James O. [1819-1898.] Obitu- 
ary. 33 Am. L. Rev. 274 [1899]. 

BroclLenbrough, William. [1778-1838.] 
Judge. Biographical sketch, with por- 
trait. [Benjamin Blalce Minor] 5 Va. 

L. Reg. 731 [1900]. 

Brodie, Peter Bellinger. 22 L. Notes 
[Gib.] 239 [1903]. 



Brougham, Henry, Lord. [1778-1868.] 
Biographical sketch. [J. A. Lovat- 
Fraser] 17 Jurid. Rev. 17 [1905]. 

— [Francis Scott] 24 N. J. L. J. 611 [1901]. 

Brown, Henry B. [1836-1913.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait [Cliarles H. 
Butler] 18 Green Bag, 321 [1906]. 

— Retirement from the Supreme Court of 

the United States. 40 Am. L. Rev. 548 
[1906]. 

Brown, Joseph. [1809-1902.] K. C, C. B. 
Obituary. 46 Sol. J. 566; 133 L. T. 166 
[1902]. 

Brown, W. Fillmore. [1850-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
66 [1899]. 

Browne, Irving. [1835-1899.] Biographi- 
cal sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 56 [1899]. 

— Note. 33 Am. L. Rev. 271 [1899]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. [George W. 
Kirchwey] 59 Alb. L. J. 212 [1899]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 

219 [1899]. 

Browning, Abraham. [1808-1889] Bio- 
graphical sketch. [Jacob Weart] 21 
N. J. L. J. 163 [1898]. 

Bryan, Thomas B. [1828-1906.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 45 [1905]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 

197 [1906]. 
Bryant, Edwin Eustace. [1835-1903.] 

Obituary. 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 127 

[1903]. 
Bryce, The Rt. Hon. James. [1838-19—.] 

[Edward Manson] 19 Green Bag, 505 

[1907]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 41 Am. L. Rev. 747 

[1907]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 9 

[1903]. 
Buchanan, E. J. [1844-19—.] Judge. 

Sketch, with portrait. 17 Cape L. J. 109 

[19001. 
Buchanan, James, [1791-1868] as a lawyer. 

[Eugene L. Didier] 16 Green Bag, 637 

[1904]. 
Buffalo Law School and the bar of Erie 

County [N. Y.]. 59 Alb. L. J. 25 [1899]. 

BuUymore, Charles L. [1859-.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 67 [1899]. 

Bunn, Romanzo, Judge. Sketch. 32 Chic. 
Leg. N. 96 [1899]. 



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Borket, Jacob L. [1837-1906.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 51 Ohio L. B. 413 [1906]. 

Burr, Aaron, [1756-1836] as a lawyer. 
[Eugene L. Dldier] 14 Green Bag, 451 
[1902]. 

— The trial of. [James Alston Cabell] 2 

Brief, 83 [1900]. 

— The career of: an episode in American 

history. [E. A. Otis] 33 Chic. Leg. N. 
239 [1901]. 

— Trial and character of. [John L. Stevens] 

33 Chic. Leg. N. 397 [1901]. 

Burton, Sir George William. [1819-1901.] 
Life and work. [George Martin Rae] 

22 Can. L. T. 195 [1902]. 

Butler, William Allen, [1825-1902] Me- 
morial of. 64 Alb. L. J. 394 [1902]. 

Button, Frank H. [1868-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 68 
[1899]. 

Byles, Sir John Barnard. [1801-1884]- 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 11 
Green Bag, 485 [1899]. 

Byrne, Sir Edmund Widdrington. [1844- 
1904]. Justice. Obituary. 116 L. T. 
530; 48 Sol. J. 380 [1904]. 

— The late Mr. Justice Byrne at the bar. 

48 Sol. J. 393 [1904]. 

Byrne, Jolin Aleiander, K. C. [1824- 
1902.] Obituary. 36 Ir. L. T. 116 [1902]. 

CflDsar Bonesana. [Thomas Rawling 

Bridgwater]. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 219 

[1907]. 
Caldwell, John A., and the juvenile court of 

Cincinnati. [Eliza Spruhan Painter] 

52 Ohio L. B. 490 [1907]. 
Calhoun, John C. [1782-1850.] A sketch 

and criticism. [Walter L. Miller] 59 

Alb. L. J. 17, 129 [1899]. 

— Calhoun as a lawyer and statesman. 

[Walter L. Miller] 11 Green Bag, 197, 
269, 326, 371, 419 [1899]. 

— Calhoun as orator and writer. [Walter 

L. Miller] 33 Am. L. Rev. 531 [1899]. 

— and the labor question. [E. Parmalee 

Prentice] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 44 [1900]. 
Camden, Lord, Charies Pratt, [1714-1794] 
the rival of Lord Mansfield. 106 L. J. 
198 [1898]. 

— Chief Justice and Lord Chancellor. 106 

L. T. 268 [1899]. 



Campb^, James Valentine. [1823-1890.] 

Biographical sketch. [C. A. Kent] 5 

Mich. L. Rev. 161 [1906]. 
Campbell, R. Vary. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 17 Scot. L. Rev. 343 

[1901]. 
Candy, Edward Townshend. Sketch, 

with portrait. 5 Bom. L. R. 97 [1903], 
Carter, James C. [1827-1905.] Biographi- 

cal sketch, with portrait. [William B. 

HomUower] 17 Green Bag, 681 [1905]. 

— Obituary. 67 Alb. L. J. 80 [1905]. 

— Obituary. [Canun Patteson] 11 Va. L. 

Reg. 12 [1905]. 
Carter, Qrrin N., Judge. [1854-19—.] 

Biographical sketch. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 

191 [1902]. — With portrait. 38 do. 394 

[1906.] 
Carter, Walter Steuben. [1883-1904.] 

A well-known lawyer honored. 9 Am. 

Uw. 104 [1901]. 

— Obituary. 38 Am. L. Rev. 584 [1904]. 

Cartwri^t, James Henry, Judge. [1842- 
19—.] Sketch, with portrait. 38 Chic. 
Leg. N. 391 [1906]. 

Cary, John W., [1817-1895] a great cor- 
poration lawyer. [Duane Mowry] 14 
Green Bag, 507 [1902]. 

Cass, Lewis, [1782-1866] as a lawyer. 
[Eugene L. Didier] 16 Green Bag, 573 
[1904]. 

Casson, Henry. [-1902.] Obituary. 47 
Sol. J. 8 [1902]. 

CawdeU, James Martin. [178?-1842.] 
Biographical sketch. [J. Cleland Ham- 
ilton] 5 Can. L. Rev. 81 [1906]. 

Celebrated criminal lawyers. [L. B. Proc- 
tor] 59 Alb. L. J. 335 [1899]. 

Chapin, Chester W. [1875-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. 
J. 68 [1899]. 

Chase, Salmond Portland. [1808-1873.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Francis 
R. Jones] 14 Green Bag, 155 [1902]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 8 Case and Com. 

1 [1901]. 

Chester, Carl T. [1853-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 50 
[1899]. 

ChlldSt Henry A. [1837-1906.] Obituary. 
68 Alb. L. J. 142 [1906]. 



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BIOGRAPHY 



ChUds^MilfordW. [186^19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
G9 [1899]. 

Chitty, Joseph William, Lord Justice* 
[1828-1899.] Obituary. 16 Uw. Q- 
Rev. 128; 43 Sol. J. 256 [1899]. 

— Builder pf our law. Ill L. J. 383 [1902]. 
Choate, Joi^ph H. [1832-1917.] [Frank A. 

Munsey] [from Munsey's Mag.] 15 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 737 [1898]. 

— Ambassador to England. 59 Alb. L. J. 

152 [1899]. 

— Personal characteristics and anecdotes of. 

59 Alb. L. J. 176 [1899]. 

— Speech at farewell banquet at Lincoln's 

Inn Hall. 39 Am. L. Rev. 564 [1905]. 

— The American ambassador. [Portrait.] 

[R. Newton Crane] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 155 
[1901]. 

— "Joe" Choate back in harness. [Paul 

Dandby] 17 Am. Leg. N. 26 [1906]. 

Choate, Rufus. [1799-1859.] A remin- 
iscence of. 33 Am. L. Rev. 564 [1899]. 

— Biographical sketch, with portrait. 

[Joseph B. Moon] 15 Green Bag. 399 
[1903]. 

— Historical address at unveiling of statue 

of. [Joseph H. Choate] 6 Am. Law. 
451; 31 Chic. Leg. N, 100; 58 Alb. L. 
J. 298 [1898]. 

— [N. J. D. Kennedy] 11 Jurid. Rev. 113 

[1899]. 

Christian, John BeTerly. [1796-1856.] 
Judge. Biographical sketch, with por- 
trait. [Geofi^e L. Christian] 6 Va. 
L. Reg. 205 [1900]. 

Chrisdancy, Isaac Peckham. [1812-1890.] 
Biographical sketch. [Joseph B. Moore] 
5 Mich. L. Rev. 231 [1907]. 

Cicero. [P. W. Meldrim] 1 Am. Law Sch. 
Rev. 285 [1905]. 

Clarendon, Lord, Edward Hyde, [1608-1674] 
a striking figure in the legal history 
of England. [Edward Manson] 120 L. 

T. 37 [1905]; 40 Am. L. Rev. 883 [1906]. 

Clark, Martin. [1855-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 51 
[1899]. 

Clark, Rutherfurd,. Lord. Biographical 
sketch. 12 Scot. L. Rev. 126 [1896]. 



Clarke, Samuel B., and the Armstrong 

committee's life insurance legislation. 

[James McKeen] 41 Am. L. Rev. 321 

[1907]. 
Clay, Henry, [1777-1852] as a lawyer. 

37 Am. L. Rev. 1 [1903]. 
aerk, John, [1757-1832] Lord Braxfield 

and. 123 L. T. 549 [1907]. 
CleTeland, GroTer. [1837-1908.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [W. S. 

Bissdl] 59 Alb. L. J. 32 [1899]. 
CleTeland, James Harian. [1865-1906.] 

Memorial. 52 Ohio L. B. 40 [1907]. 
Clinton, George. [1846-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 69 

[1899]. 
Clinton, Henry Lauren. Recollections and 

anecdotes of. 2 Law Notes [N. Y.] 114 

[1898]. 
Clinton, Spencer. [1839-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 44 

[1899]. 
Clopton, John Bacon. [1789-1860.] Judge. 

Biographical sketch, with portrait. 

[Charies M. Wallace, Jr.] 6 Va. L. Reg. 

505(1900] 
Close, Emery P. [1859-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 70 

[1899]. 
Clute, Jacob H. [1827-1903.] Obituary. 

65 Alb. L. J. 86 [1903]. 

Cochran, Geofi^e M., [-1900] as a lawyer. 
Portrait. [Charles Curry] 6 Va. L. 
Reg. 275 [1900]. 

Cockbum, Aleiander James Edmund, 
Lord. [1802-1880.] [Van Vechten 
Veeder] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 79 [1900]. 

— His judicial work. [A Wood Renton] 10 

Jurid. Rev. 395 [1898]. 

— [C. J. Guthrie] 14 Scot. L. T. 73 [1906]. 

Coke, Edward, Lord. [1552-1634.] A 
striking figure in the legal history of 
England. [Edward Manson] 118 L. T. 
109 [1904]. 

— Biographical sketch. 20 L. Notes [Gib.] 

273 [1901]. 

— Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 104 [1904]. 

— A notable duel: a sketch of the rivahy 

between Coke and Bacon. [A. Rives 
HaU] 7 Rev. Leg. 225 [1901]. 

~ Bacon and Coke. [Noble C. Butler] 6 
Uw Notes [N. v.] 204 [1903]. 



BIOGRAPHY 

Ode, Charles C* Judge. In memoriam. 
33 Wash. L. R. 546 [1905]. 

Coleridge, John Duke. [1830-1894.] Lord 
Chief Justice. Ill L. T. 428, 444; 6 
Uw Notes [N. Y.] 109 [19011. 

Collier, Frank Howard. [1856-1901.] Obit- 
uary. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 431 [1901]. 

Conine, Sir Arthur. Sketch. 9 Mad. L. 
J. 195 [1899]. 

Coniding, James C. [1816-1899.] Obit- 
uary. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 243 [1899]. 

Cooley, Thomas Mclntyre. [1824-1897.] 
Biographical sketch. [Jerome C. 
Knowlton] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 309 [1907]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 7 Case and Com. 

25 [1900]. 

— Obituary. 17 Nat. Corp. Rep. 105; 

58 Alb. L. J. 191 [1898]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. 

N. 2841898]. 
Cooper, John S. [1841-1907.] Obituary. 

40 Chic. Leg. N. 119 [1907]. 
Couch, Sh- Richard. [1817-1905.] Obit- 
uary. 40 L. J. 841; 120 L. T. 117, 133 
[1905]. 
Coudert, Frederick R. [1832-1904.] Obit- 
uary. 66 Alb. L. J. 27; 38 Am. L. Rev. 
115 [1904]. 
Cowen, John Kissig. Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. [Judson Harmon] 17 
Green Bag, 461 [1905]. 
Cox, Walter Smith. [1826-1902.] Judge. 

Obituary. 30 Wash. L. R. 417 [1902]. 
Craige, Kerr. [1843-1904.] Obituary. 

1 N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 491 [1904]. 
Cranbrook, Lord, Gathome Gathome- 
Hardy. [1814-1906.] Obituary. 122 
L. T. 19 [1906]. 
Crangle, Roland. [1864-19—.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
71 [1899]. 
Crease, Sh- Henry P. P. [182^-1905.] 

Obituary. 41 Can. L. J. 280 [1905]. 
Crerar, John, K. C. [1836-1904.] Obitu- 
ary, with portrait. 3 Can. L. Rev. 385 
[1904]. 
Cronin, John L. [1875-.] Biographical 

sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 72 [1899]. 
Crump, Frederic Octarius, Q. C. [1841- 
1900.] Obituary. 108 L. T. 577 [1900] ; 
35 Am. L. Rev. 95 [1901]. 
CuUen, Robert. [-1810.] Lawyer and 
mimic. 117 L. T. 478 [1904]. 



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Curran, John Philpot. [1750-1817.] Sketch, 
with portrait. [Claude G. Bowers] 12 
Green Bag, 57 [1900]. 

— Curran and 1798. [N. W. Sibley] 105 
L. T. 155 [1898]. 

— Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 470 [1904]. 

Cushing, ^^OUiam. [173^1810.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Francis 
R. Jones] 13 Green Bag, 415 [1901]. 

Cutting, Charles S., Judge. [1854-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 
99 [1906]. 

Daly, Charles P. [1816-1899.] Chief Justice 
of the Court of Conunon Pleas of New 
York City. 33 Am. L. Rev. 907 [1899]. 

Danforth, Elliott. Obituary. 68 Alb. L.J. 
24 [1906]. 

Danforth, George F. [1819-1899.] Obitu- 
ary. 60 Alb. L. J. 216 [1899]; 34 Am. L. 
Rev. 75 [1900]. 

Daniel, William, Jr., Judge. [1806-1873.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. [Don 
P. Halsey, Jr.] 7 Va. L. Reg. 1 [1901]. 

Daniels, Cliarles. [-1897.] In memoriam. 
Portrait. [Charles P. Norton] 58 Alb. 
L. J. 330 [1898]. 

— Portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 39 [1899]. 
Darling, Cliarles J., Judge. [W. N. Ponton] 

23 Can. L. T. 299 [1903]. 
Dass, Babu Sreenath. [1829-1907.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 4 Cal. L. J. 19 [1906]. 

— Obituary. 6 Cal. L. J. 35 [1907]. 
Davey, Horace, Lord. [183^1907.] Obitu- 
ary. 51 Sol. J. 287 [1907]. 

Daris, George A. Biographical sketch, with 
portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 73 [1899]. 

Daris, Noah, Jr. [1818-.] Biographical 
sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 343 [1904]. 

Day, WiUiam R. [1849-19—.] Judge. 
Sketch, with portrait. 6 Case & Com. 1 
[1899]. 

Dayton, William L. [1807-1864.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. [Jacob Weart] 23 N. 
J. L. J. 354; 24 do. 389, 422, 453 [1900- 
1901]. 

De Martens, F. [1843-19—.] Sketch, with 
portrait. [Thomas Barclay] 4 J. Comp. 
Leg. 109 [1902]. 

De Moleyns, Thomas, Q. C. [1807-1900.] 
Obituary. 34 Ir. L. T. 114 [1900]. 

Deneen, Charles S., Governor. [1863-.] 
Sketch, with portrait. [Edward Burritt 
Smith] 17 Green Bag, 129 [1905]. 



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BICXJRAPHY 



DenyMcn, Petrus J. [1811-1883.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 20 S. A. L. J. 221 [1903]. 

de VilUen, Jacob. [1868-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 24 S. A. L. J. 237 [1907]. 

de VilUen, Sir J. H. [184^19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. [Frederic Mackamees] 
i J. Comp. Leg. 342 [1899]; — 18 S. A. 
L. J. 1 [1901]. 

DeWolf, Cahrin. [181&-1899.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 125 [1899]. 

Dickinaon, Jacob M. [1851-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. [S. 8. Gregory] 
19 Green Bag, 561 [1907]. 

Diddnaon, John. Obituary. 42 L. J. 94; 
51 Sol. J. 244 [1907]. 

Diclcaon, Chariea Scott. [1850-.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 292 [1903]. 

— Portrait. 17 Jurid. Rev. 201 [1905]. 

DiU, James B., [1854-] the trust builder. 

[Paul Lotzke] 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 450, 

486 [1902]. 
Dixon, Theron E. S. [1845-1898.] Obituary. 

31 Chic. Leg. N. 30 [1898J. 

Dodd, Samuel Calvin Tait, [1836-] the 
trust builder. [Paul Lotzke] 25 Nat. 
Corp. Rep. 450 [1902]. 

Doolitde, James Rood. [1815-1897.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Duane 
Mowry] 15 Green Bag, 203 [1903]. 

Douglas, Stephen A., [1813-1861] as a 
lawyer. [Eugene L. Didier] 15 Green 
Bag, 455 [1903]. 

— Lincoln and Douglas — the great Freeport 

debate. [S^srmour D. Thompson] 39 
Am. L. Rev. 161 [1905]. 

— The Lincoln-Douglas debates. [Clark E. 

Carr] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 422 [1907]. 

Dowling, Aleiander. [1839-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 3 Ind. L. J. 50 [1899]. 

Dm mond, Thomas, Judge. [1809-1890.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 
137 [1899]. 

Du Cane, Sir Edmund. [1830-1903.] Obit- 
uary. 115 L. T. 155 [1903]. 

Dudley, Wesley C. [1867-.] Biographical 
sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 73 [1899]. 

Duffy, Sir Cliarles Gavan, [181&-1903] 

and the bar. 114 L. T. 455 [1903]. 
Dundas, David. Portrait. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 
303 [1903]. 



Dundas, Henry, Viscount Melville, [1742- 
1811] a famous lord advocate. J. A. 
Lovat-Fraser] 14 Jurid. Rev. 350 [1902]. 

— Portrait. 4 Jurid. Rev. 333 [1902]. 
Dunne, Edward F., Judge. [1853-19^.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 
273 [1905]. 

Dunnedin, Lord. Portrait. 18 Jurid. Rev. 

1 [1906]. 
Dupee, Charles A. [1831-1902.] Obituary. 

34 Chk. Leg. N. 253 [1902]. 
Durham, Warren J. [1834-1904.] Obitu- 
ary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 37 

[1904]. 
Duvall, Andrew Brown. [1847-1905.] 

In memoriam. 33 Wash. L. R. 707 

[1905]. 
Dwight, Charles C. [1830-1902.] Bio- 

graphical sketch. 66 Alb. L. J: 347 [1904]. 
Dwight, Theodore W. [1822-1892.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 12T 

[1900]. 
Early bar of Knox County [Ills.]. [E. P. 

WiUiams] 38 Chk. Leg. N. 361, 369 

[1906]. 
Ela, JohnW. [1840-1902.] Obituary, with 

portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 150 [1902]. 
Eldon, Lord, John Scott. [1751-1838.] 

Biographical sketch. 19 L. Notes [Gib.] 

209 [1900]. 
Eliot, George, [1820-1880] Reminiscences oL 

[Frederick Harrison] 1 Can. L. Rev. 

44 [1901]. 
Ellenborough, Lord. Portrait. 16 Green 

Bag, 530 [1904]. 
EUsworth, OUver. [1745-1807.] Biographi- 

cal sketch, with portrait. [Francis R. 

Jones] 13 Green Bag, 503 [1901]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 8 Case and Com. 

193 [1901]. 
Elton, C. I. [-1900.] Obituary. 44 Sol. J. 

405 [1900]. 
Emery, Edward K. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 74 [1899]. 
Erie County [N. Y.] Bar. 59 Alb. L. J. 25 

[1899]. 
Erskine, Henry. [1746-1817.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 9 Scot. L. T. 97 [1901]. 

— [John Scott] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 129 [1906]. 
Ersldne, Thomas, Lord Chancellor. [1750- 

1823.] [R. Erskine] 123 L. T. 42 [1907]. 

— [J. A. Lovat-Fraser] 18 Jurid. Rev. 357 

[1906]. 



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Erskine, ThomaSt as advocate and orator. 
107 L. T. 647 11899]. 

— and his first case. [Fritz v. Briesen] 4 

Brief, 35 [1902]. 

[NeU McCrimmon] 3 Can. L. Rev. 

639; 4 do. 10 [1904-5]. 

— Portrait. 16 Green Bag. 400 [1904]. 
Esher, Lord, William BaUol Brett. [1815- 

1899.] Obituary. 43 Sol. J. 505 [1899]. 

— Master of the Rolls. In memoriam. 

[A. R. Jelf] 24 Law Mag. and Rev. 395 
[1899]. 

— Builder of our law. 113 L. T. 38, 65; 36 

Am. L. Rev. 526 [1902]. 
Esselen, Ewald. [1858-19—.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 23 S. A. L. J. 321 [1906]. 
Esterline, Blackburn. [1877-19—.] Sketch 

with portrait. 41 Am. L. Rev. 569 

[1907]. 
Evarts, William MazweU. [1818-1901.] 

Obituary. 35 Am. L. Rev. 291 ; 63 Alb. 

L. J. 107 [1901]. 

— lawyer and statesman. [J. Hampden 

Dou^erty] 10 Am. Law. 4, 59 [1902]. 
Ewing, Epliraim B. [1819-1873.] Sketch, 

with portrait. [Charles W. Sloan] 11 

Green Bag, 441 [1899]. 
Farmer, William M., Judge. [1853-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 

694 [1906]. 
Fawkes, Arcliibold Walter. [1855-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 21 S. A. L. J. 325 

[1904]. 
Feldman, Charles L. [1863-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

75 [1899]. 
Ferguson, Thomas. [1838-1904.] Judge. 

Obituary, with portrait. 3 Can. L. Rev. 

476 [1904]. 
Field, I>ayid Ehidley. [1805-1894.] Char- 
acter of. 33 Am. L. Rev. 572 [1899]. 
Field, Stephen Johnson. [1816-1899.] 

Note. 33 Am. L. Rev. 585 [1899]. 

— The late Mr. Justice Field. [Archibald 

Hopl^ins] 11 Green Bag, 245 [1899]. 

— [Ge<Mi(e C. Gorluim] 3 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 68 [1899]. 

— The late justice — a brief sketch of the 

great jurist's distinguished career. 59 
Alb. L. J. 338 [1899]. 

— Obituary. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 289 [1899]. 
Field, Walbridge Abner. [1833-1899.] 

Obituary. 33 Am. L. Rev. 687 [1899). 



Field, William Ventris, Lord. [1813- 
1907.] Obituary. 122 L. T. 307 [1907]. 

Fielding, Henry, [1707-1754] as a law re- 
former. [Charies Morse] 6 Can. L. 
Rev. 375 [1906]; 19 Green Bag, 463; 
42 L. J. 274 [1907]. 

Fillmore, Millard. [1800-1874.] Biographi- 
cal sketch with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 28 
[1899]. 

Fhich, John A. [1842-1899.] Obituary. 
18 Nat. Corp. Rep. 567 [1899]. 

— Memorial, with portrait. 3 Ind. L. J. 265 

[1899]. 

Fhilcelnberg, G.A. [1857-.] Sketch with 
portrait. 39 Am. L. Rev. 421 [1906]. 

Fish, HamUton, [1808-1893] Secretary of 
State. [Alfred Spring] 40 Am. L. Rev. 
801 [1906]. 

Fish, N<Minan D. [1869-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 75 
[1899]. 

Fitzgerald, David C. [1869-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 76 [1899]. 

Fitz-Gibbon, Gerald. The Right Hon. Lord 
Justice, at Howth, near Dublin. 33 Ir. 
L. T. 187 [1899]. 

Fitzgibbon, John, Earl of Clare. When 
Clare was Chancellor and Kilmarden 
Chief Justice. 1 N. Ir. Jur. 60 [1901]. 

Fitzpatrick, Charles, [1853-] Q. C, M. P., 
Solicitor General. Biographical sketch. 
35 Can. L. J. 657 [1899]. 

— Biographical sketch, with portrait. 

[Charles Morse] 16 Green Bag, 509 

[1904]. 
Fitzpatrick, James Coleman. [1816-1880.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 21 S. A. L. J. 89 

[1904]. 
Fletcher, Thomas Clement. [1828-1900.] 

Obituary. 34 Am. L. Rev. 697 [1900]. 
Flower, James M. [1835-1902.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 29 

[1902]. 
Folk, Joseph W., [1869-19—] Legal side 

of. [K. G. Bellahrs] 17 Green Bag, 66 

[1906]. 
FoUett, I>ayid J. Obituary. 60 Alb. L. J. 

17 [1899]. 
FoUett, John Fassett. [1833-1902.] Obitu- 
ary. 47 Ohio L. B. 273 [1902]. 

— Memorial. [Thos. H. Kelley] 48 do. 108 

[1903]. 



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BICXJRAPHY 



Folsoni, Benjamin F. [1870-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
76 [1899]. 

Fonnereau, Thomas George. 22 L. 

Notes [Gib.] 46 [1903]. 

Foote, Robert B., Jr. [1869-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch. 69 Alb. L. J. 77 [1899]. 

ForteMme, Sir John. [1395-1485.] Chief- 
Justice. A striking figure in the legal 
history of England. [Edward Maneon] 
117 L. T. 316 [1904]. 

— Sketch. 34L. J. 464] 18991. 

Foster, Rebecca Salome. A court ad- 
journs out of respect to a woman. 36 
Am. L. Rev. 254 [1902]. 

Frazier, William Hugh. [1826-1906.] 
Obituary. 51 Ohio L. B. 307 [1906]. 

Fry, Sir Edward. [1827-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. [Lord Justice 
Kennedy] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 171 [1908]. 

FuUer, Horace Williams. [1844-1901.] 
The first editor of the Green Bag. 
[Charles C. Soule] 13 Green Bag, 551 
[1901]. 

FuUer, Thomas C. [1832-1901.] Judge. 
Obituary. 2 N. C. L. J. 208 [1901]. 

Fulton, E.M.H. [1848-19—.] Judge. Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 4 Bom. 
L. R. 125 [1902]. 

Fulton, John H. [1837-1907.] Judge. 
A character sketch. [Robt. C. Jackson] 
13 Va. L. Reg. 89 [1907]. 

FuUerton, John, Lord, [177&-1853] law- 
yer and judge. (Alexander Ure] 13 
Jurid. Rev. 379 [1901]. 

Gains. 21 L. Notes [Gib.] 50 [1902]. 

Gale, John B. [1824-1906.] Obituary. 68 
Alb. L. J. 159 [1906]. 

GaUwQT, Sh- Michael H. Sketch, with 
portrait. 19 S. A. L. J. 101 [1902]. 

GalTin, Tom, the Kilmainham hangman. 
[Joseph M. Sullii^an] 64 Alb. L. J. 71 
[1902]. 

Gamble, Joseph Clarice, K. C. [1807-1902.] 
Obituary. 38 Can. L. J. 773 [1902]. 

Garland, Augustus H. [1832-1899.] Obit- 
uary. 33 Am. L. Rev. 265 [1899]. 

Garver, John C, Judge. [1843-1901.] 
Obituary. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 117 [1901]. 

Gary, Joseph E., Judge. [1821-1906.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 33 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
333; 39 Chic. Leg. N. 98 [1906]. 



Gascoigne, Sta* William, [1350-1419] a 
prince of judges and judge of princes. 
10 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 29 [1906]. 

Gaston, William, Judge. Obituary. 
[Robert Strange] 2 N. C. Jnl. of Law, 
65 [1905]. 

Ghose, Chunder Madhub, Justice. 
[1838-.] Sketch, with portrait. 2 Cal. 
L. J. 79 [1905]. 

Gibbs, Clinton B. Bkigraphical sketch, 
with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 77 [1899]. 

Gibson, Charies. [1825-1899.] Obituary. 
33 Am. L. Rev. 913 [1899]. 

Gilford, Hardinge Stanley. Lord Hals- 
bury [1825-19 — .] An octogenarian Lord 
High Chancellor. [R. D. McGibbon] 
17 Green Bag, 583 [1905]; 4 Can. L. Rev. 
552(1905]; 120 L. T. 293 [1906]. 

— Sketch. 40 Am. L. Rev. 596 [1906]. 

— Portrait. 16 Jurid. Rev. 1 [1904]. 

Gilford, Robert, Lord. [1779-1826.] Mas- 
ter of the Rolls and Chief Justice of the 
Common Pleas. [Spencer L. Hol- 
land] 24 Uw Mag. and Rev. 178 [1899]. 

GUbert, Wm. B. [1848-.] Sketch, with 
portrait. 5 Case and Com. 1 [1898]. 

Gilchrist, Robert. [1825-1888.] Biographi- 
cal sketch. [Jacob Weart] 21 N. J. L. 
J. 195, 228 [1898]. 

Glanville, Ranulf de. A striking figure in 
the l^ial history of England. [Edward 
[Manson] 116 L. T. 270 [1904]. 

Goldstein, Moses M. [1875-.] Biographic 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
78 [1899]. 

Gowan, James Robert. [1815-.] Q. C. 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 36 
Can. L. J. 513 [1900]. 

Grafton, Duke of. Sir W. R. Anson's auto- 
biography of, and the letters of Junius. 
109 L. T. 249, 271 [1900]. 

Graham, Sh* John. [1847-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 22 S. A. L. J. 361 [1905]. 

Graham, T. L. [1860^19—.] Sketch. 21 

S. A. L. J. 247 [1904]. 
Graves, Benjamin Franklin. [1817-1906.] 

Biographical sketch. [Hoyt Post] 5 

Mich. L. Rev. 409 [1907]. 
Gray, George. [1840-19—.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 6 Case and Com. 13 [1899]. 



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Gray, Horace. [1828-1902.] An encomium. 
[Francis R. Jones] 14 Green Bag, 403 
[1902]. 

— The late justice. 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 122 

[1902]. 

— Obituary. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 39 [1902]. 

— Proceedings in the U. S. Sup. Ct. upon the 

death of. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 186 [1903]. 

Gray, John Chipman. [1839-1915.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 40 Am. L. Rev. 206 [1906]. 

Great criminal judges. [E. B. Bowen- 
Rowlands] 2 Can. L. Rev. 461 [1903]. 

Green, Geo. S., Tribute to the memory of. 
[Benj. F. Hegler] 4 Okla. L. J. 5 [1905]. 

Green, Henry W. [1804-1876.] Biographi- 
cal sketch. [Jacob Weart] 22 N. J. L. 
J. 44, 68 [1899]. 

Green, James S. [1817-1870.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. [Charles W. 
Sloan] 14 Green Bag, 205 [1902]. 

Green, Manly C. [1843-1898.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 36 

[1899]. 
Green, Nathan W. [-1901.] Judge. Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 

280 [1901]. 
Greene, Henry S. [183^1899.] Obituary. 

31 Chic. Leg. N. 34 [1899]. 
Greene, John L. [1837-1903.] Memorial. 

48 Ohio L. B. 732 [1903]. 
Gregory, Stephen S. [1849-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 89 

[1899]. 
Grier, Robert Cooper. [1794-1870.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Francis 

R. Jones] 16 Green Bag, 221 [1904]. 
Grimthorpe, Lord. Edmund Beckett 

Denison. [1816-1905.] Obituary. 119 

L. T. 15 [1905]. 
GrinneU, Charles E. [1841-1916.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 40 Am. L. Rev. 914 

[1906]. 
GrinneU, Julius S., Judge. [1842-98.] 

Obituary. 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 643 

[1898]. 
Groat, Lincoln A. [1865-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 79 

[1899]. 
Grosscup, Peter S., Judge. [1852-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 

138 [1899]. 
— 7 Case and Com, 1 [1900]. 



Grotius, Hugo. [1583-1645.] Biographical 
sketch. 19 L. Notes [Gib.] 179 [1900]. 

— [Sir William Rattigan] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 

68 [1904]. 

Guenther, Henry H. [1862-.] Biographical 
sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 79 [1899]. 

GuUy, William Court. [1835-1909.] 
Speaker of the House of Commons. 119 
L. T. 153 [1905]. 

Guthrie, William. The Sheriffship of 
Lanarkshire. Portrait. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 
57 [1903]. 

GuthHe William D., [185^19—] the trust 
builder. [Paul Lotzke] 25 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 450 [1902]. 

Gw3mne, John Wellington, Justice, [1814- 
1902] Some constitutional opinions of. 
24 Can. L. T. 1 [1904]. 

Hadley, John V. [1842-1915.] Judge. 
Sketch, with portrait. 3 Ind. L. J. 51 
[1899]. 

Hagarty, Sh- John Hawkins. [1817-1900.] 
Biographical sketch. 20 Can. L. T. 171. 

— Obituary. 36 Can. L. J. 290 [1900]. 

Hagerman, James. [1848-19 — .] Sketch, 
with portrait. 38 Am. L. Rev. 567 
[1904]. 

Haight, Albert. [1842-19—.] Biographical 
sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 80 [1899]. 

Haldane, Ricliard Burton. [1825-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 
215 [1904]. 

Hale, Sir Matthew. [1609-1676.] A strik- 
ing figure in the l^;al history of England. 
[Edward Manson] 119 L. T. 292 [1905]. 

Hale, Richard Walden. [1871-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 41 Am. L. Rev. 
903 [1907]. 

Hall, James Parker. Biographical note, 
with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 62 [1899]. 

Halsbury, Lord. Su Hardinge Stanley 
Gifford. 

Halsted, OUver S. [1792-1877.] Chancel- 
lor. Biographical sketch. [Jacob 
Weart] 23 N. J. L. J. 227 [1900]. 

Hamilton, Aleiander. [1757-1804.] The 
lawyer. [Henry D. Estabrook] 35 Am. 
L. Rev. 841; 5 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 
148 [1901]; 1 So. L. Rev. 557 [1902]; 
28 Nat. Corp. Rep 171, 208, 240, 245 
[1904]. 



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Hamilton, Aleiander. (Emory Speer] 16 
Yale L. J. 94 11906]. 

— Influence on the American law of libel. 

[Adolph Mo6m] 28 Nat. Corp. Rep. 692, 
698 [1904]. 

— Address. [Robert McMurdy] 34 Chic. 

Leg.l N. 5 [1901]. 
HamUton, Edwin T., [1830-1905] The 

life, character, and services of Judge. 

Portrait. [N. A. Gilbert] 50 Ohio L. 

B. 137 [1905]. 
Hamline, John H. [1856-1904.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 218 

[1904]. 

— Memorial. 28 Nat. Corp. Rep. 280 [1904]. 
Hanmier, D. Harry. [1840-1904.] Obit- 
uary. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 267 [1904]. 

Hanmiond, W. W. [1831-.] Biographical 
sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 80 [1899]. 

Hand, John Pryor, Judge. [1850-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 
391 [1906]. 

Hannay, David. [1835-1898.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 14 Scot. L. Rev. 276 
[1898]. 

Harcourt, Sta* William. [1827-1904.] Obit- 
uary. 117 L.T. 526 [1904]. 

Hardin, George A. [1832-1901.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 346 [1904]. 

Hardwicke, Lord, Philip Yorke. [1690- 
1764.] Attorney-General and Chief Jus- 
tice. 105 L. T. 423 [1898]. 

— Equity and politics. 105 L. T. 455 [1898]. 

— 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 366 [1906]. 

Hare, John Innes Clark. [1816-1905.] 

Biographical sketch. [William Draper 

Lewis] 54 Am. L. Reg. 711 [1906]. 
Harington, Richard. [1861—.] Justice. 

sketch, with portrait. 5 Cal. L. J. 13 

[1907]. 
Harlan, James. [1820-1899.] Obituary. 

33 Am. L. Rev. 892 [1899]. 
Harlan, James S. [1861-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 165 

[1901]. 
Harlan, John M., Judge, [1833-1911] 

Dinner to. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 143 [1902]. 

— Twenty-fifth anniversary of accession to 

Supreme Bench. 30 Wash. L. R. 806 
[1902]. 
Harrington, Eugene W. [1866-19—] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 81 [1899]. 



Harris, Hamilton. [1819-1900.] Obituary. 
62 Alb. L. J. 385 [1900]. 

Harris, Stephen R. [1824-1905.] Obituary. 
[Franic S. Monnett] 50 Ohio L. B. 50. 

— Memorial, with portrait. 50 do. 72 [1905]. 

Harrison, Benjamin, [1833-1901] as a 
lawyer and an orator. [W. W. Thorn- 
ton] 14 Green Bag, 49 [1902]. 

Has BrouclL, Joseph. [-1901.] Obituary. 
36 Am. L. Rev. 106 [1902]. 

Hatch, Azd F. [1848-1906.] Obituary, 
with portraitt. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 131 
[1906]. 

Hatch, Edward W. Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 53 [1899]. 

Hawes, Khk, Judge. [1839-1904.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 
29 [1904]. 

Hawldns, Sir Henry. Lord Brampton. 
[1817-1907.[ Sketch and portrait. 11 
Green Bag, 49 [1899]. 

— The bench without Mr. Justice Hawkins. 

43 Sol. J. 137 [1898]. 

— Anecdote of. 59 Alb. L. J. 183 [1899]. 

— Reminiscences of. [J. S. Cartwright] 4 

Can. L. Rev. 353 [1905]. 

— Obituary notices. 27 Can. L. T. 688; 

42 L. J. 621; 123 L. T. 509 [1907]. 
Hafiidns, William M. [1850-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. 

J. 82 [1899]. 
Hawley, Ludan. [1818-.] Biographical 

sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 82 [1899]. 
Hayes, F. W. C. [185^1898.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 89 

[1898]. 
Hayne, Robert Young. [1791-1840.] 

Sketch, with portrait. [Walter L. 

Miller] 11 Green Bag, 97 [1899]. 
HemphiU, Charies Hare, Lord. [1822- 

1908.] Sketch. 120 L. T. 242 [1906]. 
Henderson, Leonard. [1772-1833.] Chief 

Justke. Memoirs. [Wm. H. Batde] 

2 N. C. L. J. 197 [1901]. 
Hendridcs, Thomas A., [1819-1885] as 

a lawyer. [W. W. Thornton] 15 

Green Bag, 253 [1903]. 
Hendrie, John William. [-1900.] In 

memoriam. [Francis Wayland] 10 

Yale L. J. 133 [1901]. 
Henn, Thomas Rice, D. L., K. C, J. P. 

[1814-1901.] Obituary. 35 Ir. L. T. 271 

[1901]. 



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Henry, John W. [1825-1902.] Obituary. 
37 Am. L. Rev. 98 [1903]. 

Henry, Patrick, [1736-1799] as a lawyer. 
[Eugene L. Didier] 16 Greea Bag, 73 
[1904]. 

HerscheU, Farrer, Lord. [1838-1899.] In 
memoriam. [Lord James of Here- 
ford, Lord Davey, Victor A. William- 
son, Mr. Justice Brewer, Cliarles S. 
Fairlmnks.] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 201-11 
[1899]. 

— Obituary. 106 L. T. 444 [1899]. 

— A reminiscence. [W. C. Gully] 16 Law 

Q. Rev. 123 [1899]. 

— Note. 33 Am. L. Rev. 270 [1899]. « 

— Builder of our law. 113 L. T. 494 [1902]. 

Hershiser, Orel L. [1856-19—.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
83 [1899]. 

Hervey, Robert. [1820-1903.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 141 
[1903]. 

— 38 Am. L. Rev. 114 [1904]. 

Higgins, Joseph Napier. [1826-1899.] Obit- 
uary. 44 Sol. J. 115 [1899]. 

High, James L. [1844-1898.] Obituary. 
17 Nat. Corp. Rep. 216; 6 Am. Law. 
405 [1898]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 

55 [1898]. 

— In memoriam. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 99 [1898]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 

109 [1900]. 

HiU, Thomas Norfleet. [1838-1904.] Mem- 
oir. [T. W. Mason] 1 N. C. Jnl. of 
Uw, 445 [1904]. 

Hillman, George C. [1873-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 84 [1899]. 

Hinman, Munson S. [1838-1905.] Me- 
morial. [Edward W. Dissette] 50 
Ohio L. B. 451 [1905]. 

Hinson, Charles W. [1844-19—.] Bio- 
giaphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 84 [1899]. 

Hitchcock, Henry. [1829-1902.] [Sey- 
mour D. Thompson] 36 Am. L. Rev. 
412 [1902]. 

Hitchcock, Peter. [1781-1852.] Biographi- 
cal sketch. [W. S. Metcalf] 51 Ohio 
L. B. 271 [1906]. 

Hoadly, George. [1826-1902.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. [George 
Hoadley, Jr.] 19 Green Bag, 685 [1907]. 



Hoar, Geofge Frisbie. [1826-1904.] An 
autobiography of seventy years. [James 
B. Scott] 16 Green Bag, 709 [1904]. 

Hoar, Samuel. [1845-1904.] Sketch, with 
portrait. 41 Am. L. Rev. 420 [1907]. 

Hobart, Garret A. [1844-1899.] In me- 
moriam. [John W. Griggs] 23 N. J. 

L. J. 68 [1900]. 

Hobbes, Thomas. [1588-1679.] J. E. G. 
de Montmorency] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 51 
[1907]. 

Hobhouse, Arthur, Lord. [1819-1904.] 
Obituary. 39 L. J. 679; 118 L. T. 141 
[1904]. 

Hockaday,JohnA. [184?-1903.] Obituary. 
38 Am. L. Rev. 114 [1904]. 

Hoffman, Francis Arnold. [1822-1903.] 
Obituary. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 201 [1903]. 

Holden, C. C. P. [1827-1905.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 209 
[1905]. 

Holmes, Oliver WendeU. [1841-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 
9 [1900]. 

— Note. 33 Am. L. Rev. 753 [1899]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. [Edward B. 

Adams] 15 Green Bag, 1 {1903]. 

— the jurist. [Leonard A. Jones] 36 Am. 

L. Rev. 710 [1902]; 2 Can. L. Rev. 285 
[1903]. 

— a judge with imagination. [Mitchell D. 

Follansbee] 11 Am. Law. 7, 66 [1903]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 40 Am. L. Rev. 

409 [1906]. 

— Judge Holmes' opinions. 60 Alb. L. J. 

118 [1899]. 
Holt, Lord Chief Justice. Portrait. 16 

Green Bag, 249 [1904]. 
Hopkins, Nelson K. [1816-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 85 

[1899]. 
Hortensius. 12 Green Bag, 486 [1900]. 
Hotchkiss, William H. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 58 [1899]. 
Howard, Frederick. [1855-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 85 

[1899]. 
Howard, George. [1829-1905.1 Judge. Obit- 
uary. 2 N. C. Jnl. of Law, 164 [1905]. 
Howe, Edward Russell James. [1823- 

1899.1 Obituary. 43 Sol. J. 629 [1899]. 



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BIOGRAPHY 



Hewe, nmothy Otto. [181&-1883.] Bio- 
graphical sketch with portrait. [Duane 
Mowry] 15 Green Bag, 509 [1903]. 

Hughes, CharlM E., [1862-19—.] The pilot 
of the insurance investigation. [Llndaay 
Ruts^] 17 Green Bag, 633 [1905]. 

HughMm, Charies Martin. [1875-19—.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 59 
Alb. L. J. 86 [1899]. 

HuO, Linn Walker. (1856-1905.r Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 50 Ohio L. B. 214. 

— Memorial. [E. B. King] 50 do. 259 [1905]. 
HuU,PerryA. [1850-1902.] Obituary, with 

portrait. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 277 [1902]. 

Hume, George Alexander, K. C. [1861- 
1905.J Obituary. 39 Ir. L. T. 20 [1905]. 

Humphrey, James M. Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 87 [1899]. 

Humphrey, J. Otis, Judge. [1850-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 
257 [1901]. 

Hunt, George. [1841-1901.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 264 
[1901]. 

Hunter, William Forrest. [1839-1904.] 
Obituary. 49 Ohio L. B. 380; 1 Am. 
Uw Sch. Rev. 238 [1904]. 

Hurd, Hanrey B. [1828-1906.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 181 
[1906]. 

Hutchinson, Jonas, Judge. [1840-1903.] 
Obituary, with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. 
N. 141 [1903]. 

Hyacinth, Hugh. The MacOermot, Prince 
of Coolavin. [1834^1904.] Obituary. 
38 Ir. L. T. 80 [1904]. 

— Obituary. 4 N. Ir. Jur. 87, 92 [1904]. 
Hyde, Edjward. Lord Clarendon. [1609- 

1674.] A striking figure in the l^;al 
history of England. [Edward Manson] 
120 L. T. 37 [1905]; 40 Am. L. Rev. 883 
[1906]. 

Ingraham, Daniel P. [1800-1887.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 342 
[1904]. 

Ingram, John W. [1861-19—.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
87 [1899]. 

Innes, Sir James Rose. [1855-19—.] 
Judge. Sketch, with portrait. 19 S. A. 
L. J. 1 [1902]. 



IredeU, James, [1750-1799] a character 
sketch. [Martha Dosier] 1 N. C. L. J. 
197. 

— Sketch, with portrait. [Junius Davis] 

12 Green Bag, 165 [1900]. 

Isham, Edward S. [1836-1902.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 213 
[1902]. 

Jackson, Andrew. [1767-1845.] (A. S. 
Coiyar] 8 Bar, 349 [1901]: 5 Uw Notes 
[N.Y.] 111 [1901]. 

— as a lawyer. [Eugene L. Didier] 15 

Green Bag, 349 [1903]. 

— General Andrew Jackson, Governor Gen- 

eral of Florida. [Sesrmour D. Thomp- 
son] 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 587 [1898]. 

Jackson, Frederick S. [1865-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
88 [1899]. 

Jackson, Huntington W. [1841-1901.] 
Obituary, with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. 
N. 165 [1901]. 

Jadcson, John, J., Judge. Obituary. 14 
Bar, 11 [Oct. 1907]. 

James, Edward C. [1841-1901.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 63 Alb. L. J. 
173 [1901]. 

James, Elias William. [1837-1904.] Me- 
morial. [John A. Shauck] 49 Ohio L. 
B. 418 [1904]. 

Jay, John. [1745-1829.] Biographical 
sketch with portrait. [Francis R. Jones] 

13 Green Bag, 1 [1901]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 7 Case and Com. 

121 [1901]. 

— First Chief Justice of the United States. 

[James B. Scott] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 
289 [1906]. 

— and the treaty of 1794. [Gerry W. Hazel- 

ton] 15 Am. Law. 365 [1907]. 
Jefferson, Thomas. [1743-1826.] A for- 
gotten chapter in the life of. [Jolinson 
Brigham] 12 Green Bag, 441 [1900]. 

— his opinion of John Marshall and his 

court. 35 Am. L. Rev. 63 [1901]. 

— as a lawyer. [Eugene L. Didier] 15 Green 

Bag, 153 [1903]. 

— as a lawyer. [G. A. Finkelnburg] 39 

Am. L. Rev. 321 [1905]. 

— Jefferson and Marshall — Historic collision 

between the executive and the judiciary. 
[L. B. Proctor] 59 Alb. L. J. 289 [1899]. 



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Jeffreys, George [Lord Chanc.] Baron 
Jeff reys of Wem. [1648-1689.] (J.E.R. 
Stephens] 3 Barrister, 121 [1897]. 

Jenkins, James G. Judge. [183^-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 
281 (1905]. 

— 6 Case and Cora. 61 [1898]. 

Jenkins, Sir Lawrence Hugh. [1858-19—.] 
Biographical sketch. 2 Bom. L. R. 2 
[1900]. 

— [S. E. Dey] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 1 [1906]. 

Jenkins, Robert E. [1846-1907.] Obitu- 
ary, with portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 245 
[1907]. 

Jerome, WiUiam T. [1859-19—.] The 
lawyer. [Arthur Train] 17 Green Bag, 
617 [1906]. 

Jessel, Sir Geoffte. [1824-1886.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 29 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
942 [1905]. 

Jeune, Francis Henry, Lord St. Heliere. 
[1843-1905.] Obituary. 40 L. J. 316 
[1905]. 

Jewett, John N. [1827-1904.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 174 
[1904]. 

— Obituary. 27. Nat. Corp. Rep. 611 [1904]. 

— Memorial services for. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 

235, 243 [1904]. 

— Memorial. [E. B. McCagg] 37 Chic. 

Leg. N. 342 [1905]. 

Jolinson, John G., an office boy who became 
America's leading lawyer. [Guy T. 
Viskniski] 16 Am. Leg. N. 266 [1904]. 

Johnston, E. F. B., Q. C. Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 36 Can. L. J. 
321 [1900]. 

Johnston, Minor K. [1866-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 
Alb. L. J. 89 [1899]. 

Jones, Leonard A. [1832-1909.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 41 Am. L. 
Rev. Ill [1907]. 

Jones, Lodowick, H. [1876-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
89 [1899]. 

Jones, Nathanid, C. J. An old story retold. 
[William Nelson] 23 N. J. L. J. 299 
[1900]. 

Jones, S.Twentyman. [1849-19—.] Judge. 
Sketch, with portrait. 20 S. A. L. J. 341 
[1903]. 



Jones, Walter. [1775-1861.] Biographkal 
sketch, with portrait. [Joseph Pack- 
ard] 7 Va. L. Reg. 233 [1901]. 

Judges of the Illinob Supreme Court. 
Portraits. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 391, 394 
[1906]. 

Jung, Edward L. [1874-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 90 
[1899]. 

Karnes, Henry Home, Lord. [1696-1782.] 
Principles of Equity. [Henry Hilton 
Brown] 10 Scot. L. T. 94, 111, 127, 159, 
173, 181; 11 do. 7, 22 [1902-3]. 

— A master of equity. [Henry Hilton 

Brown] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 308 [1904]. 

Kane, Robert Roniney, Judge. [1842-1902.] 
Obituary. 36 Ir. L. T. 131 [1902]. 

Kay, Wilson S. [1831-1902.] Obituary. 
35 Chic. Leg. N. 167 [1903]. 

Kedzie, John Hume. [1815-1903.] Obitu- 
ary, with portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 
293 [1903]. 

Kekewich, Sh- Arthur. [1832-1907.] Jus- 
tice. Obituary. 124 L. T. 117; 42 L. J. 
747; 52 Sol. J. 72 [1907]. 

KeUy, Charles. [1814-1906.] K. C. Obit- 
uary. 119 L.T. 669 [1905]. 

KeUy, John Alexander. [1821-1900.] Judge. 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. [B. 
F. Buchanan] 6 Va. L. Reg. 723 [1901]. 

Kent, James. [1763-1847.] The father of 
American jurisprudence. [William J. 
Curtis] 1 So. L. Rev. 11 [1901]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 

133 [1900]. 

— Chancellor. [John F. Dillon] 3 Colum. 

L. Rev. 257; 11 Am. Uw. 109 [1903]. 

— Sketch. 24 L. Notes [Gib.] 145 [1905]. 

— and Joseph Story. [John B. Cassody] 12 

Yale L. J. 146 [1903]. 

— Concerning erection of a monument to his 

memory. [John F. DUlon] 26 Nat. 
Corp. Rep. 229 [1903]. 

— an American chancellor. [Charies B. 

EUiott] 37 Am. L. Rev. 321 [1903]. 

Kenyon, Lord Chief Justice. Portrait. 16 

Green Bag, 403 [1904]. 
Keman, William Fergus. [1825-1899.] 

Obituary. 18 Nat. Corp. Rep. 455 

[1899]. 



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Key, Francis Scott, [1780-1843] as a 
lawyer. [Eugene L. Dldier] 16 Green 
Bag 293 [1904]. 

Kilwarden, Lord. When Clare was Chan- 
cellor and Kilwarden Chief Justice. 
1 N. Ir. Jur. 60 [1901]. 

Kimball, Maulsby. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 69 Alb. L. J. 62 [1899]. 
Kincaimey, Lord. Portrait. 16 Jurid. 

Rev. 1 [1903]. 
Kindersley, Sir Richard Torin. [179^ 

1879.] Vice-chancellor. 110 L. T. 497 

[1901]. 
King, George Edwin, Judge. [1839-1901.] 

Obituary. 37 Can. L. J. 330 [1901J. 
King, John Y. Obituary. 15 Scot. L. Rev. 

69 [1899]. 
King, Robert M. [-1903.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 21 S. A. L. J. 1 [1904|. 
Kingaley, Cliarles F. [1865-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

90 [1899]. 
Kingsmill, John Juchereau. Q. C, D. C. 

L. [1829-1900.] Obituary. 36 Can. L. 

J. 176 [1900]. 
Kinnear, Right Hon. Lord. Portrait. 13 

Jurid. Rev. 1 [1901]. 
KinroM, Lord. John Blair Balfour. [1837- 

1905.] Obituary, with portrait. 12 

Scot. L. T. 161 [1905]. 

— Sketch. 21 Scot. L. Rev. 27 [1906]. 
Kirkpatrick, Thomae JelUs. [1829-1897.] 

Biographical sketch, with portrait. 

[Chas. M. Blackford] 8 Va. L. Reg. 609 

[1903]. 
Knox, Philander Chase. [1853-19—.] At- 
torney General. 13 Green Bag, 281 [1901]. 
Kohl8aat,Cliri8tianC., Judge. [1844-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 

236; 32 do. 139 [1899]; 37 do. 256 [1906]. 
Kotze, John Gilbert. [1849-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 20 S. A. L. J. 101 [1903]. 
Kruger, Paul. [1826-1904.] Sketch. 21 S. 

A. L. J. 251 [1904]. 
Kumler, PhiUp H. [1837-1902.] Judge. 

Obituary. 47 Ohio L. B. 540 [1902]. 
Kyllachy, Lord. Portrait. 13 Jurid. Rev. 

133 [1901]. 
Labori, Maitre Femand. [1860-19—.] A 

character study. [John De Morgan] 

11 Green Bag, 541 [1899]. 

— and the English bar. 1 N. Ir. Jur. 261 

11901]. 



Lachaud. [N. J. D. Kennedy] 14 Jurid. 
Rev. 228 [1902]. 

Lacombe, Emile Henry. [1846-19—.] 
Judge. Sketch, with portrait. 5 Case 
and Com. 97 [1899].] 

Lamar, L. Q. C, [1826-1893] lawyer and 
judge. [R. Lee BarteU] 12 Am. Law. 
349 [1904]. 

Landie, Keneshaw M. Judge. [1866-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 
257 [1905]. 

Langdale, Lord. Henry Bickersteth. [1783- 
1851.] Golden mace or pestle and mor- 
tar. 110 L. T. 219 [1901]. 

— 4 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 209 [1901]. 

Langdell, Cliristopher Columbus, [1827- 
1906] a view of his career. [Eugene 
Wambaugh] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 1 [1906]. 

— his student life. [Austen G. Fox] 20 

Harv. L. Rev. 7 [1906]. 

— his later teaching days. [Joseph H. 

Beale, Jr.] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 9 [1906]. 

— his services to legal education. [James 

Barr Amed 20 Harv. L. Rev. 12 [1906]. 

— Biographical sketch, with portrait. 

[Samuel F. Batchelder] 18 Green Bag, 
437 [1906]. 

— [Ralph Wardlaw Gloag] 68 Alb. L. J. 

231 [1906]. 

— [William Schofleld] 55 Am. L. Reg. 273 

[1907]. 

Lansdowne, Percy S. [1870-.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

91 [1899]. 

Lary, Herman S. [1852-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 91 
[1899]. 

Lauglilin, Frank C. [1859>.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

92 [1899]. 

Laughlin, Jolin. [1856-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 69 Alb. L. J. 93 

[1899]. 

Laurence, Mr. Justice P. M. Sketch, with 
portrait. 18 S. A. L. J. 119 [1901]. 

Law, Thomas Graves. [1836-1904.] Obit- 
uary. [W. B. Blaikie] 11 Scot. L. T. 
185 [1904]. 

Lawless, James J. [1868-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
96 [1899]. 



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Lawrence, Charles B., Judge. [1820- 
1883.] Biographical sketch. 37 Chic. 
Leg. N. 369, 371 [1905]. 

Lawrence, Nathanid Tertius. Obituary. 
42 Sol. J. 465 [1898]. 

Lechford, Thomae. Boston's first lawyer* 
[Ethelbert Stewart] 11 Am. Law. 68 
[1903]. 

Lecky, WlUiam Edward Hartpole. [1838- 
1903.] Obituary. 27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
279 [1903]. 

Lenunon, Reuben Compton. [1825- 
1905.] Memorial. 50 Ohio L. B. 426 
[1905]. 

Lewis, Loran L., Jr. [1864-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 69 Alb. L. J. 
59 [1899]. 

Lewis, Loren L. [1825-1916.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 65 
[1899]. 

Lieber, Francis. [1800-1872.] Sketch. 
[Daniel C. Gilman] 10 Yale L. J. 271 
[1901]. 

Lincoln, Abraham. [1809-1865.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. [Duane 
Mowry] 16 Green Bag, 53 [1903]. 

— Lincoln the lawyer. [Jesse J. Dunn] 14 

Am. Law. 99; 4 Okla. L. J. 216, 249 
[1906]. 

— the lawyer. [Harry Earl Montgomery] 

37 Am. L. Rev. 368 [1903]; 66 Alb. L. 
J. 276 [1904J; 11 Bar 28 [Nov. 1904]. 

— Address. [Joseph H. Choate] 14 Green 

Bag, 77 [1902]. 

— Lincoln and Douglas — the great Free- 

port debate. [Seymour D. Thompson] 
39 Am. L. Rev. 161 [1906]. 

— Lincoln and the Matson slave case. 

[Ehincan T. Mclntire] 1 111. L. R. 386 
[1906]. 

— Lincoln's oratory. [Mark Bailey] 69 Alb. 

L. J. 88 [1907J. 

— The Lincoln-Douglas debates. [Clarke 

E. Carr] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 422 [1907]. 
Lincoln Bar [Maine]. [R. K. Sewall] 11 

Green Bag, 71 [1900]. 
Little, John. [1837-1900.] Obituary. 44 

Ohio L. B. 250 [1900]. 
Littler, David T. [1836-1902.] Obituary. 

34 Chic. Leg. N. 367 [1902]. 
Littleton, Sir Thomas. [1402-1481.] 26 L. 

Notes [Gib.] 269; 11 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 

130 [1907]. 



Livingston, Edward. [1764-1836.] And 
the Louisiana Codes. [Eugene Smith] 
2 Colum. L. Rev. 24 [1902]. 

— and the law of Louisiana. [Carleton 

Hunt] 7 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 88 [1903]. 

— Life and services of. [Cliarleton Hunt] 

12 Am. Law. 100, 154 [1904]. 
Lockwood, Sir Prank. [1846-1897.] Notes 
by a friend at the common law bar. 23 
Law Mag. and Rev. 92 [1898]. 

— Obituary. 16 Cape L. J. 25 [1898]. 

— "Dan*r': a man of parts. 16 Cape L. J. 

161 [1899]. 
Loesch, Frank J. [1852-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 131 [1906]. 
Logan, Robert H. [1839-1900.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. [Archer A. 

Phlegar] 6 Va. L. Reg. 807 [1901]. 
Logan, Thomas A. [1829-1906.] Obituary. 

62 Ohio L. B. 6 [1907]. 
Lomis, Mason B., Judge. [1838-1902.] 

Biographical sketch. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 

190 [1902]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 

61 [1902]. 

Longenecker,JoelM. [1847-1906.] Obitu- 
ary, with portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 
47 [1906]. 

Lorebum, Lord. Robert Reid. [1846-19—.] 
The new Lord Chancellor of England. 
[Edward Manson] 18 Green Bag, 121; 
5 Can. L. Rev. 263 [1906]. 

Loughborough, Lord Chancellor. Alex- 
ander Wedderbum. [1733-1806.] [J. A. 
Lovat-Fraser] 29 Law Mag. and Rev. 
49 [1903]; 3 Can. L. Rev. 423, 435 [1904]. 

Lount, WUliam. [1840-1903]. Biographi- 
cal note. 37 Can. L. J. 89 [1901]. 

Ludlow, Lord. Henry Charles Lopes. 
[1828-1900.] Obituary. [G.Pitt-Lewis] 
26 Law Mag. and Rev. 311 [1900]. 

Lumpkin, Joseph Henry. [1799-1867.] 
First Chief Justice of Georgia. [Logan 
E. Bleckley] 19 Green Bag, 633 [1907]. 

Lurton, Horace G. [1844-1914.1 Judge. 
Sketch, with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 
73 [1898]. 

Lushington, Sir Francis. [1823-1901.] 
Obituary. 112 L. T. 69 [1901]. 

Lsmdhurst, Lord Chancellor. John Single- 
ton Copley. [1772-1863.] [J. A.Lovat- 
Fraser] 27 Law Mag. and Rev. 427 
[1902]. 



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Lysa^t, Edward, [176^-1811] the poet 
laureate of the anti-union Irish bar. (John 
J. O'Connor] 65 Alb. L. J. 107 [1903]. 

McAdam, David. [1838-1901.] Obituary. 
64 Alb. L. J. 19; 36 Am. L. Rev. 112 
[1902]. 

McClemand, John Aleiander. [1812- 
1900.] Obituary, with portrait. 33 
Chic. U«. N. 37 [1900]. 

— Obituary. 35 Am. L. Rev. 285 [1901]. 

— On the life of. [Alfred Orendorff] 33 

Chic. Leg. N. 215 [1901]. 
McComas, Louis E. [1846-1907.] Judge. 

Obituary. 35 Wash. L. R. 717 [1907]. 
McCook, John J., the trust builder. [Paul 

Lotzke] 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 486 [1902]. 
McCormick, A. P. [1832-1916.] Judge. 

Sketch, with portrait. 5 Case and Com. 

37 [1898]. 
McCuUoch, David, Judge. [1832-1907.] 

Obituary. 40 Chic. Leg. N. 63 [1907]. 
McDuffie, George. [1790-1851.] Sketch 

and portrait. [Walter L. Miller] 11 

Green Bag, 1 [1899]. 
McGibbon, R. D. [-1906.] Obituary. 

5 Can. L. Rev. 271 [1906]. 
McGill, Alexander T. [1843-1900.] Chanc. 

Biographical sketch. [Jacob Weart] 

23 N. J. L. J. 165 [1900J. 
McKinley, William. [1843-1901.] Memo- 
rial proceedings in U. S. C. Ct. of Ap., 

Chicago. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 49 [1901]. 

— Memorial proceedings in Illinois courts. 

34 Chic. Ug. N. 62 [1901]. 

— The late president and his Ulster relations. 

1 N. Ir. Jur. 367 [1901]. 

— Memorial. [R.A.Harrison] 460hioL.B. 

134 [1901]. 

— Tribute. [John A. Shauck] 46 do. 145 

[1901]. 

McLaughlin, WiUiam. [1828-1898.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Charles 
Curry] 11 Va. L. Reg. 159 [1905]. 

McMillan, David H. Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 97 [1899]. 

McMuUen, Herbert V. [1873-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 
Alb. L. J. 97 [1899]. 

McNulta, John, Gen. [1837-1899.] Obitu- 
ary. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 225 [1900]. 

MacQueen, Robert. Lord Braxfield. [1722- 
99.] The real Weir of Hermiston. [W. 
D. LyeU] 16 Jurid. Rev. 115 [1904]. 



MaaMlorp, A. P. S. [1847-19—.] Judge. 
Sketch, with portrait. 19 S. A. L. J. 225 
[1902]. 

Maaadorp, Christian George. [1848-.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 24 S. A. L. J. 129 
[1907]. 

Macaulay, Thomas BaUngton. [1800- 

1859.] His legal career. 4 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 230 [1901]. 
Macdesfleld, Lord. Thomas Parker. [1666 

-1731.] The impeached chancellor. 105 

L. T. 577 [1898]. 
Madcenxie, Sh- George. [1636-1691.] [Henry 

H. Brown] 9 Scot. L. T. 1 [1901]. 

— A study of old Scots' crime. [Henry H. 

Brown] 13 Jurid Rev. 261 [1901]. 

— of Rosehaugh. [George B. Young] 19 

Jurid. Rev. 226 [1907]. 
Mackey, Franklin H. [1843-1904.] Obit- 
uary. 32 Wash. L. R. 773 [1904]. 

— In memoriam. 33 do. 194 [1905]. 
Mackey, William P. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 95 [1899]. 

Maclean, Sir Francis W. [1844-19—.] 
Judge. Sketch, with portrait. 1 Cal. L. 
J. 65 [1905]. 

Macnaghton, Edward, Lord. [1830-1913.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 8 
Comp. Leg. 9 [1907]. 

Macqueen, Robert. LoM Braxfield. Por- 
trait. 16 Jurid Rev. 115 [1904]. 

MadiU, George A. [1838-1901.] Note. 
36 Am. L. Rev. 108 [1902]. 

Madison, James. [1751-1836] An episode 
in his career. [Maria Newton Mar- 
shaU] 12 Green Bag, 339 [1900]. 

Maine, Sir Henry, [1822-1888] The teach- 
ing of. [Paul Vinogradoff] 20 Law Q. 
Rev. 119 [1904]. 

Maitland, Frederic William. [1850-1907.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. [Gail- 
lard Thomas Lapsley] 19 Green Bag, 
205 [1907]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 

9 [1906]. 

— In memoriam. [Oliver Wendell Holmes, 

John C. Gray, R. Saleilles, Paul 
Meyer, Heinrich Brunner, F. Lieb^- 
mann, Joseph Redlich, A. Zocco« 
Rosa] 23 Uw Q. Rev. 137 [1907]. 

— Sketch. [D. P. Heatley] 19 Jurid. Rev. 

1 [1907]. 

— Obituary. 51 Sol. J. 154 [1907]. 



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Manderaon,Cliarie8P. [1837-1911.] Sketch 
with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 49 
[1899]. 

Manning, John. Obituary. [Kemp. P. 
Batde] 2 N. C. L. J. 77 [1901]. 

Mansfield, Lord. William Murray. [1705- 
1793.] 106 L. T. 339 [1899] ; 21 L. Notes. 
[Gib.] 337 [1902]. 

— As political Chief Justice 107 L. T. 325 

[1899]. 

— and his relation to our laws. [WUliam L. 

RoyaU] 14 Am. Law. 297, 355 [1906]. 

— His undecided case in the Supreme Court 

of the United Slates [Frederick De 
Courcy Faust] 15 Green Bag, 28 [1903]. 

— Politician. 107 L. T. 63 [1899]. 
MarshaU, John, [1755-1835] John Scott 

and. [John B. Cassody] 33 Am. L. 
Rev. 1 [1899]; 32 Chic. Leg. N. 410 
[1900]. 

— Jefferson and Marshall. Historic collision 

between the executive and the judiciary. 
[L. B. Proctor] 59 Alb. L. J. 289 [1899]. 

— Chief Justice Marshall and some of hb 

associates on the bench. [L. B. Proctor] 
60 Alb. L. J. 230 [1899]. 

— Chief Justice Marshall. [Warren Olney] 

34 Am. L. Rev. 550 [1900]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 7 Case and Com. 

73 [1900]. 

— Chief Justice Marshall at the Burr trial. 

[Adolph Moses] 19 Nat. Corp. Rep. 865 
[1900]. 

— The ancestry of Chief Justice Marshall. 

[J. Harry Chesley] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
550 [1900]. 

— Address. [Isaac N. Phillips] 20 Nat. Corp 

Rep. 640; 32 Chic. Ug. N. 352 [1900]. 

— John Marshall's effective mandamus. 

[Adolph Moses] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
1008 [1900]. 

— In his relation to the establishment of the 

supremacy of the Supreme Court of the 
United States as an organ of constitu- 
tional interpretation. [Hampton L. 
Carson] 7 West. Res. L. J. 31 [1901]. 

— Biographical sketch, with portrait. [Fran- 

cis R. Jones] 13 Green Bag. 53 [1901]. 

— Soldier, lawyer, statesman, and man. 13 

Green Bag. 157 [1901]. 

— Judge and jurist. 13 Green Bag, 213 [1901]. 

— Centennial oration. [Henry Cabot Lodge] 

21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 775 [1901]. 



— Centennial oration. [Wajme MacVeagh] 

21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 841; 22 do. 9 [1901]. 

— Centennial anniversary exercises at Wash- 

ington. 29 Wash. L. R. 86 [1901]. 

— Chief Justice Marshall's view on presi- 

dential elections. [James HiUhouse] 

22 Nat. Corp. Rep. 189 [1901]. 

— A commemorative address on Chief Jus- 

tice Marshall. [Jolin F. Dillon] 35 Am. 
L. Rev. 161; 63 Alb. L. J. 83 [1901] 

— the friendship between Marshall and 

Story. [Adolph Moses] 35 Am. L. Rev. 
321 [1901]. 

— His career as lawyer and jurist. [Luther 

Laflin Mills] 22 Nat. Corp. Rep. 152 
[1901]. 

— Homage to John Marshall. [Melville W. 

Fuller] 21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 807 [1901]. 

— Sketch. [Alfred Russetl] 35 Am. L. Rev. 

1; 12 Am. Leg. N. 79 [1901]. 

— Sketch. [John Freeman Baker] 63 Alb. 

L.J. 7; 8 Bar 35 [1901]. 

— Sketch. [J. C. McRae] 2 N. C. L. J. 1 

[1901]. 

— 20 Law Notes [Gib.] 312; 5 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 6 [1901]. 

— Address. [Francis M. Finch] 10 Yale 

L. J. 171 [1901]. 

— Address. [Alfred S. Reeves] 3 Brief, 260 

[1901]. 

— Oration. [Charles E. Perkinsl 10 Yale 

L. J. 187 [1901]. 

— Address. [H. Warner HiU] 1 So. L. Rev. 

85 [1901]. 

— Address. [John A. Shauck] 45 Ohio L. 

B. 115 [1901]. 

— and the Western Reserve. [W. W. Boyn- 

ton] 7 West. Res. L. J. 61 [1901]. 

— Memorial tablet. [Maria Newton Mar- 

shall] 14 Green Bag, 372 [1902]. 

— Chief Justice Marshall on Federal regu- 

lation of interstate carriers. [E. Farm- 
alee Prentice] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 77 
[1905]. 

— Influence of, in the Supreme Court of the 

United States. [John A. Shauck] 7 
Brief, 77 [1907]. 

— as a statesman. [From Chicago Tri- 

bune] 29 Nat. Corp. Rep. 110 [1904]. 

— In Marshall's day and ours. [Alfred C. 

Coze] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 88 [1903]. 



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1 



ManbaU, Tlioiiuw P. [1801-1864.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Charles 
Pennell] 19 Green Bag, 389 [1907]. 

Manhalls, The, of Kentucky and Virginia. 
21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 99 [1900]. 

Martin, Aleiander. [1833-1902.] Obit- 
uary. 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 90 [1903]. 

Martin, Francois Xavier, [1762-1846] 
historian and jurist. [Pierce Butler] 
18 Green Bag, 261 [1906]. 

Martin, Sir Samuel, Baron. [1801-1883.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 12 
Green Bag, 105 [1900]. 

Mason, Edward G. [1839-1898.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 147 
[1898]. 

Mason, F. Howard. [1871-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 96 [1899]. 

Mason, Jeremiah. [1768-1848.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 12 
Green Bag, 497 [1900]. 

Master of the Rolls, Some anecdotes of the 
legal kinsfolk of the. Ill L. T. 572 
[1901]. 

— More about the l^;al relations of the. 
112 L. T. 85 [1901]. 

Mather, Cotton, [1663-1728] in the probate 
court. [Eugene Tai»pan] 19 Green 
Bag, 659 [1907]. 

Mathew, Sir James C^harles. Lord Jus- 
tice. Biographical sketch. 50 Sol. J. 
202 [1906]. 

Mathews, Thomas. [1742-1812.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [J. D. 
Harris] 7 Va. L. Reg. 155 [1901]. 

Matteson, Andre. Obituary, with portrait. 
36 Chic. Leg. N. 211 [1904]. 

Meredith, William Morris. 11799-1873.] 
[Richard Lewis Ashhurst] 55 Am. L. 
Reg. 201 [1907]. 

Merridc, Frank Work. [1844-1904.] Obit- 
uary. 49 Ohio L. B. 529 [1904]. 

MUbum, John G. [1851-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 45 [1899]. 

Miller, John Stocker. [1847-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 88 
[1900]. 

MlUer, Samuel F. [1816-1890.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 8 Case and Com. 217 
[1901]. 



Miller, Walter Lowry. [1855-1900.] Obit- 
uary. 61 Alb. L. J. 281 [1900]. 

Miller, William John. In roemoriam. 33 
Wash. L. R. 818 [1905]. 

Mills, Darid. [1831-1903.] Q. C. Minister 
of Justice. Biographical sketch, with 
portrait. 36 Can. L. J. 393 [1900]. 

Minor, George H. [1866-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. 
J. 98 [1899]. 

Minor, John B. [1813-1895.] Sketch, with 
portrait. 7 Case and Com. 97 [1901]. 

Mitchell, Anderson. [1800-1876.] Judge. 
Biographical sketch. [D. M. Furches] 

2 N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 370 [1905]. 

Mitchell, Frederick G. [1867-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 98 [1899]. 

Monboddo, Lord. James Burnett. [1714- 
1799.] [James MarshaU] 7 Scot. L. T. 
1, 9 [1899]. 

— A judicial metaphysician. [Henry H. 

Brown] 17 Jurid. Rev. 276 [1905]. 
Monks, Leander J. [1848-19—.] Judge. 

Sketch, with portrait. 3 Ind. L. J. 48 

[1899]. 
Monroe, Henry S. [1826-1903.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 217 

[1903]. 
Monroe, John, [1839-1899] Justice, —a 

great Irish verdict getter. 107 L. T. 

490. 

— Obituary. 33 Ir. L. T. 423 [1899]. 
Moody, William H. [1853-1917.] Biograph- 

ical sketch, with portrait. [Herb^t 

Parker] 19 Green Bag, 73 [1907]. 
MookerJee,Ashutosh. [1864-19—.] Judge. 

[S. C. Dey] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 313 [1906]. 
Moore, Alfred. [1755-1810.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. [Junius Davis] 

12 Green Bag, 325 [1900]. 
Mo<»*e, Guy B. [1873-19—.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 99 

[1899]. 
Mo<»*e, Thomas, [1779-1852] and the law. 

107 L. T. 107; 60 Alb. L. J. 25 [1899]. 
Moot, Adelbert. [1854-19—.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb L. J. 42 

[1899]. 
Moran, Thomas A. [1839-1904.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 

119 [1904]. 



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More, Sir Thomas. [1478-1535.] A 
striking figure in the l^;al history of 
England. [Edward Manaon] 117 L. T. 
433 [1904]. 

— 21 L. Notes [Gib.] 209 [1902]. 

— Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 28 [1904]. 
Morey, Henry Lee. [1841-1902.] Obituary. 

48 Ohio L. B. 35 [1903]. 

Morison, Henry Solon Kane. [1846-1899.] 
Judge. Biographical sketch, with por- 
trait. [H. J. Ayen] 9 Va. L. Reg. 763 
[1904]. 

Morris, Buduier S. [1800-18—.] Judge. 
Obituary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. 
N. 29 [1898]. 

Morris, John. [1816-.] Judge. Obituary, 
with portrait. 3 Ind. L. J. 207 [1899]. 

Morris, John. [1835-1903.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 217 
[1903]. 

Morris, Martin F., Judge. Presentation by 
D. C. bar. 34 Wash. L. R. 46 [1906]. 

Morris, Michael, Lord Morris and Killanin. 
[1827-1901.] Character sketch. 35 Ir. 
L. T. 432 [1901]. 

— Obituary. [Richard J. Kelly] 27 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 63 [1901]. 

— Obituaries. 36 L. J. 467; 111 L. T. 449; 

1 N. Ir. Jur. 348 [1901]. 
Morris, Nathan. [1857-1903.] Obituary. 

26 Nat. Corp. Rep. 306 [1903]. 
Morrow, William W. [1843-19—.] Judge. 

Sketch, with portrait. 5 Case and Com. 

121 [18991. 
Morton, Thomas, of Cliffords Inne, Gent. 

(Ralph Wardlan Gloag] 67 Alb. L. J. 

72 [1906]. 
Moses, Adolph. [1837-1905.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 31 Nat. Corp. Rep. 397; 

38 Chic. Leg. N. 100 [19051. 

— Eulogy. [Dr. Emit G. Hirsch] 31 do. 

524. 

— A tribute. [Dr. Joseph Soltz] 31 do. 524 

[1905]. 

— Judge Stein's tribute to. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 

230 [1907]. 

Moses, Paul A. [1877-1907.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 34 Nat. Corp. Rep. 9 
[1907]. 

Moulton, Samuel W. [1822-1905.] Obitu- 
ary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 345 
[1905!. 



Mowat, Sh* Oliver. [1820-1903.] Obituary. 
23 Can. L T. 177 [1903]. 

Muir, Thomas. Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 
475 [1904]. 

Mullin, Joseph. [1811-.] Biographical 
sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 345 [1904]. 

Munford, George Wythe. [1803-186?.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [James 
Lewis Taliaferro]8 Va. L. Reg. 783 1903]. 

Murfree, William L. [1854-1902.] Note. 
36 Am. L. Rev. 244 [1902]. 

Murphy, James. [1826-1901.] The Right 
Hon. Mr. Justice Murphy, P. C, K. C, 
LL. D. Obituary. 35 Ir. L. T. 431; 
111 L.T. 450 [1901]. 

— Obituary. [Richard J. Kelly] 27 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 204 [1902]. 

— Reminiscences of the late Mr. Justice 

Murphy. Ill L. T. 519 [1901]. 

Murphy, Thomas. [1862-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
99 [1899]. 

Murray, William, Earl of Mansfield. 
[1705-1793.] Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 
394 [1904]. 

Nash, George K. [1842-1904.] Obituary. 
49 Ohio L. B. 489. 

— Memorial. [S. N. Owen] 50 Ohio L. B. 

261 [1904-5]. 
Neaves, Lord, [1800-1876] a Scottish 

judicial humorist. 108 L. T. 107 [1899]. 
Neelen,NeeleB. [1863-19—.) Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 100 

[1899]. 
Nelson, Samuel. [1792-1873.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. [Edwin 

Countryman] 19 Green Bag, 329 

[1907]. 
Newcomb, George W. [1825-1901.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 

280 [1901]. 
Newcombe, E. L., Q. C. [1859-19—.] 

Biographical sketch, with portrait. 36 

Can. L. J. 473 [1900]. 
Newell, Martin L. [1838-1906.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 98 [1906]. 
Nicolson, James Badenach. [1832-1899.] 

Obituary. 15 Scot. L. Rev. 243 [1899]. 
Nippert, Carl Louis. [1852-1904.] Judge. 

Obituary. 49 Ohio L. R. 437 [1904]. 
Norbury, Lord, John Toler, The wit and 

humor of. [Joseph M. Sullivan] 64 

Alb. L. J. 157 [1902]. 



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Northingtoii, Robert Henley, Lord. 

[17(»-1772.J The last of the Lord Keepers. 
106 L. T. 161, 172 [1898]. 

Norton, Charies P. [1858-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

49 [1899]. 

Norton, Nathaniel W. Biographical sketch. 
59 Alb. L. J. 101 [1899]. 

O'Brien, WUllam. [1832-1899.] Justice. 
Obituary. 108 L. T. 138; 33 Ir. L. T. 518 
[1899]. 

0*Connell Daniel, [1775-1846] as an advo- 
cate. 106 L. T. 35 [1898]. 

O'Connor, Chariee L. Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 102 [1899]. 

O'Conor, Charieo, [1804-1884] Some recollec- 
tions of. [William H. Winters] 12 Am. 
Law. 287 [1904]. 

Oglesby , Richard James. [1824-1899.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 31 Chic. L^. N. 
305 [1899]. 

— Note. 33 Am. L. Rev. 449 [1899]. 
O'Hanlon, John David. [18P-1901.] Obit- 
uary. 35 Ir. L. T. 449 [1901]. 

Oifthei, Cliaries. Biographical sketch, with 
portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 103 [1899]. 

Olney, John, Judge. [1822-1900.] Obitu- 
ary, with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 
62 [1900]. 

Olson, Harry, Judge. [1867-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 139 [1906]. 

O'MaUey, Edward R. [1863-19—1. Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 
Alb. L, J. 103 [1899]. 

O'NeU, John. [1822-1905.] Obituary. 

50 Ohio L. B. 201 [1905]. 

Osbom, Thomas O. [183^1904.] Obitu- 
ary, with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 267 
[1904]. 

Osier, B. B., Q. C. [1839-1901.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 35 Cal. L. J. 
289 [1899]. 

— Obituary. 37 Can. L. J. 90, 134 [1901]. 
Overall, John H. [1845-1903.] Obituary. 

38Am.L. Rev. 112 [1904]. 

Pallas, Christopher. The Right Honor- 
able Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer 
in Ireland, at Mountanville, Co. Dub- 
lin. 32 Ir. L. T. 555 [1898]. 

Palmer, John M. [1817-1900.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 45 
[1900]. 

— Obituary. 21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 193 [1900]. 



Palmer, Roundell. Lord Selbome. [1812- 
1895.] Builder of our law. 111L.T.498; 
112 do. 198 [1901]. 

Pam, Max, the trust builder. [Paul Lotzke] 
25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 450, 486 [1902]. 

Pacinian. iCmilius Papinianus. [140-212.] 
[E. C. Clark] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 19 [1902]. 

— 21 L. Notes [Gib.] 272 [1902]. 

— Greatest of Roman lawyers. 6 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 143 [1902]. 

Par^ter, Frederick Eden. [1852-.] Judge. 
Sketch, with portrait. 3 Cal.L. J.65 [1906]. 

Parker, Alton Brooks. [1851-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Charles 
J. HaUes] 66 Alb. L. J. 136 [1904]. 

— Chief- Judge of the New York Court of 

Appeals. [M*Cready Sykes] 16 Green 
Bag, 145 [1904]. 

— 3 Okla. L. J. 26 [1904]. 

Parker, Joel. [1816-1887.] Biographical 
sketch. [Jacob Weart] 23 N. J. L. J. 
323 [1900]. 

Parker, Leroy. [1844-.] Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 48 [1899]. 

Parsons, Henry James. [1845-19 — .] Judge. 
Biographical sketch. 2 Bom. L. R. 97 
[1900]. 

Paul, John. [1839-1901.] Judge. Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [John 
T. Harris] 8 Va. L. Reg. 393 [1902]. 

Pauncefote, Julian, Lord. [1828-1902.] 
Obituary. 113 L. T. 113 [1902]. 

Pazson, Edward M. [1824-1905.] Obit- 
uary. 67 Alb. L. J. 306 [1905]. 

Peck, George R., President of the American 
Bar Association. [Edgar A. Bancroft] 
17 Green Bag, 509 [1905]. 

Peckham, Rufus W., Jr. Obituary. 60 
Alb. L. J. 190 [1899]. 

Peckham, Wheeler H. [1833-1905.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [J. 
Noble Hayes] 18 Green Bag, 57 [1906]. 

— Obituary. 67 Alb. L. J. 305 [1905]. 
Pence, Abram M. Obituary, with por- 
trait. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 29 [1905]. 

Pendleton, Edmund. [-1803.] Judge. 

Biographical sketch, with portrait. 10 

Va. L. Reg. 763 [1905]. 
Penzance, Lord. James Plaisted Wilde. 

[1816-1900.] In memoriam. [T. H. 

Tristram] 25 Law Mag. and Rev. 212 

[1900]. 

— Note. 34 Am. L. Rev. 596 [1900]. 



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Perkins, Franklin R. [1842-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 57 
[1899]. 

Peters, John A. [1822-1904.] Obituary. 
66 Alb. L. J. 167 [1904]. 

Pettit, William B. [1825-1905.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. [Andrew K. 
Leake] 11 Va. L. Reg. 1 [1905]. 

Phelps, Edward John. [1823-1900.] 
Sketch, with portrait. [Simeon E. 
Baldwin] 12 Green Bag, 213 [1900]. 

-- Note. 34 Am. L. Rev. 602 [1900]. 

— Obituary. [Henry H. Townshend] 2 

Brief, 266 [1900]. 

— Obituary. 35 Am. L. Rev. 281 [1901]. 

PhiUips, Jesse J., Judge. [1837-1901.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 33 Chic. L^. N. 
231 [1901]. 

— Memorial. [Simeon P. Shope] 33 Chic. 

Leg. N. 377 [1901]. 

— Memorial. [Stephen S. Gregory] 33 

Chic. Leg. N. 399 [1901]. 

Phillips, Samuel Field. [1824-1903.] Obit- 
uary. [R. H. Batde] 1 N. C. Jnl. of 
Uw, 22 [1904]. 

Pinkney, William. [1764-1822.] The law- 
yer. [John PhUip Hall] 15 Green Bag, 
301 [1903]. 

— Biographical sketch. [Wm. P. Whjrte] 

13 Am. Law. 283 [1905]. 

Plummer, Kemp, [1769-1826] an old-time 
lawyer. [Kemp Plununer Battle] 2 N. 
C. L. J. 255 [1902]. 

Pollock, Sir Charles Edward. [1823-1897.] 
The last of the barons. 104 L. T. 76 
[1897]. 

Pollock, Sh- Frederick. [1845-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Fran- 
cis R. Jones] 16 Green Bag, 1 [1904]. 

Pomeroy, Rob^t W. Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 104 [1899]. 

Pope, Nathaniel, Judge. [1784-1849.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 
137 [1899]. 

— a distinguished judge never admitted 

to the bar. 34 Am. L. Rev. 102 [1900]. 

— Sketch. 24 Nat. Corp. Rep. 489 [1902]. 

Porter, Alexander. [1786-1844.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. [William Wirt Howe] 
6 Colum. L. Rev. 237 [1906]. 

Porter, Andrew Marshall. [-1900.] Obit- 
uary. 34 Ir. L. T. 251 [1900]. 



Porter, William. [1805-1880.] ^'ketcb^witb 
portrait. 22 S. A. L. J. 1 [1905]. 

Post, T^man A. [1837-1902.] Note. 36 
Am. L. Rev. 250 [1902]. 

Pothier, Robert Joseph. [1699-1772.] 
Biographical sketch. 20 L. Notes [Gib.] 
48 [1901]. 

— 4 L. Notes [N. Y.] 228 [1901]. 

Powell, William Dununer, C. J. [1755- 
1834.] Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 186 
[1904]. 

Pratt, Charles, Earl Camden, Lord Chan- 
I cellor. [1713-1794.] Address. [S. S. Greg- 
ory] 32 Chic. Leg. N. 391 [1900]. 

Pratt, James. [1846-.] Judge. Sketch, 
with portrait. 4 Cal. L. J. 11 [1906]. 

Prendergast, Richard, Judge. Biographi- 
cal sketch. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 191 [1902]. 

Preston, William Campbell. [1794-1860.] 
Biography. [Walter L. Miller] 11 
Green Bag, 393, 466, 525, 586 [1899]; 
12 do. 37 [1900]. 

Proctor, Lucien Brock. [1830-.] Character 
sketch of the eminent historian and l^;al 
biographer. [Charles J. Hailes] 61 Alb. 
L. J. 8. 25, 37 [1900]. 

Putnam, James Osborne. Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 39 
[1899]. 

Putnam, William L. [1835-1918.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 5 Case and Com. 85 
[1899]. 

Quackenbush, James L. [1868-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 60 [1899]. 

Rambles through the Illinois reports. 
[Adolph Moses] [weekly articles] 15 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 7-845 [1897-8]; 16 
do. 9-1224 [18981; 17 do. 20-852 
[1898-9]; 18 do. 10-907 [1899]; 19 
do. 5-897 [1899-1900]; 20 do. 8-1007 
[1900]; 21 do. 8-839 [1900-1901]; 22 do. 
7-934 [1901] ; 23 do. 9-812 [1901-2]; 
24 do. 8-887 [1902]; 25 do. 7-830 
[1902-3]; 26 do. 10-936 [1903]; 27 
do. 7-740 [1903-41; 28 do. 8-892 
[1904]; 29 do. 8-932 [1904-5]; 30 do. 
8-856 [1905]. 

Rampini, Rob^t Fulton. [1844-.] Jus- 
tice. Sketch, with portrait. 2 Cal. L. 
J. 101 [1905]. 

Ranade,M. G. [1842-1900.] Judge. Obit- 
uary. 3 Bom. L. R. 149 [1901]. 



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RandaU, Edward C. [1860-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 104 [18991. 

Ranson, Matt. W. [1826-1904.] Obituary. 
1 N. C. Jnl. of Law, 529 [1904]. 

Rasnnond, Lord Chief Justice. Portrait. 
16 Green Bag, 397 [1904]. 

Rasnnond, Charies W. Sketch, with por- 
trait, 36 Chic. Leg. N. 403 [1904]. 

Read, D. B. [1823-1904.] Obituary, with 
portrait. 3 Can. L. Rev. 384 [1904]. 

Reddick, James. [1863-1907.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 40 Chic. Leg. N. 95 [1907]. 

Redesdale, Lord. Algernon Bertram Free- 
man-Mitford. [1837-.] A famous l^;al 
title revived. 113 L. T. 291 [1902]. 

— Reminiscences of. 6 Law Notes [N. Y.] 

102 [1902]. 
Reid, James Aleiander. Dean of the 

Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow. 

Sketch, with portrait. 23 Scot. L. Rev. 

37 [1907]. 
Rhodes, CecU, [1852-1902] of South Africa 

— an uncrowned king. [J. P. Treat] 

24 Nat. Corp. Rep. 235 [1902]. 

— Sketch. [Manfred Nathan] 19 S. A. L. J. 

179 [1902]. 
Richards, Harlan. Obituary, with portrait. 

3 Ind. L. J. 24 [1899]. 
Richardson, William Adams. [1821-1896.] 

Sketch, with portrait. [Eilmund S. 

Spalding] 11 Green Bag, 349 [1899]. 
Ricks, Augustus J. [1843-1906.] Judge. 

Memorial. 52 Ohio L. B. 71 [1907]. 
Riddle, Albert Gallatin. [1816-1902.] 

In memoriam. 30 Wash. L. R. 631 

[1902]. 
Riely, John William. [1839-1900.] Judge. 

Biographical sketch. [M. P. Burks] 7 

Va. L. Reg. 293 [1901]. 
Rigby, Sir John, in the House of Commons. 

115 L.T. 375 [1903]. 
Rinaker, Lewis, Judge. [1868-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 138 

[1906]. 
Ritchie, Albert. [1834-1903.] Obituary. 

38Am. L. Rev. 117 [1904]. 
Rivier, Alphonse Pierr Octave. [1835-1898.] 

Obituary. [Ernest Nys] 14 Law Q. 

Rev. 416 [1898]. 
Roberts, James A. [1847-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

105 [1899]. 



Robertson, William J. [1817-1898.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Charles 
M. Bladcford] 7 Va. L. Reg. 745 [1902]. 

— Memorial. [S. V. Southall] 7 Va. L. Reg. 

762 [1902]. 

— On presentation of portrait. [Lunsford 

L. LewU] 7 Va. L. Reg. 764 [1902J. 

Robespierre, [1758-1794] A recollection of , 
as a lawyer with English clients. 107 
L. T. 41 [1899]. 

Robinson, Sir John Beverley. [1791-1863.] 
Biographical sketch. [George S. Holme- 
sted] 4 Can. L. Rev. 121 [1905]. 

Robinson, Christopher, K. C. [1828- 
1905.] Biographical sketch, with por- 
trait. [R. Vashon Rogers] 18 Green 
Bag, 1 [1906]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 35 Can. L. J. 1 

[1899]. 

— Obituary. 41 Can. L. J. 809; 3 Can. L. 

Rev. 570 [1905]. 
Rogers, Sherman S. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 44 [1899]. 
Ropes, John Codman. [1836-1899.] Note. 

33 Am. L. Rev. 893 [1899]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 40 Am. L. Rev. 83 

[1906]. 

Rorke, Michael Andrew. [1823-1899.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 
381 [1899]. 

Roscoe, Henry. [1830-1899.] Obituary. 43 
Sol. J. 222 [1899]. 

Rose, John Edward. [1844-1901.] Obitu- 
ary. 37 Can. L. J. 134 [1901]. 

Rosenthal, Julius, [1828-1905] at the 
seventieth milestone in life. Portrait. 
31 Chic. Leg. N. 38 [1898]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 30 Nat. Corp. 

Rep. 482; 37 Chic. Leg. N. 321 [1905]. 

Ross, Eiskine M. [1845-19—.] Judge. 
Sketch, with portrait. 7 Case and Com. 
13 [1900]. 

Ross, Jonathan. [1826-1905.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. [Russell 
Wales Taft] 17 Green Bag, 333 [1905]. 

Ross, Nathan C. [1819-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 3 Ind. L. J. 161 
[1899]. 

Rucker, Henry L., Judge. Biographical 
sketch. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 190 [1902]. 

Rumsey, William. [1841-1903.] Obituary. 
65 Alb. L. J. 56 [1903]. 



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BIOGRAPHY 



Runyan, Eben F. [1831-1899.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 31 Chic. L^.^N. 211 
[1899]. 

Runyon, Theodore. [1822-1896.] Chanc. 
Biographical sketch. [Jacob Weart] 23 
N. J. L. J. 292 [1900]. 

Ruakin, John. [1819-1900.] A lawyer's 
appreciation. 108 L. T. 323, 347 [1900]. 

RusseU, Charles, Lord, of Killowen. [1832- 
1900.] The late Lord Chief Justice of 
England. Portrait. 12 Green Bag, 
549 [1900]. 

— Death of. 62 Alb. L. J. 108 [1900]. 

— [Joseph Walton] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 416 

[1900]. 

— Death of. 34 Am. L. Rev. 761. 

— Funeral of. 34 Am. L. Rev. 753. 

— Sketch of the career of. 34 Am. L. Rev. 

755. 

— The judicial character of. 34 Am. L. 

Rev. 759. 

— Anecdotes and reminiscences of. 34 Am. 

L. Rev. 761. [1900]. 

— In memoriam. [Hon. W. C. Gully] 26 

Law Mag. and Rev. 1 [1900]. 

— A character sketch of the great Irish 

advocate. 62 Alb. L. J. 157 [1900]. 

— Reminiscences of. 62 Alb. L. J. 287; 

34 Ir. L. T. 350 [1900]. 

— Obituary notices. 44Sol. J. 686. 36 Can. 

L. J. 505, 35 L. J. 483, 109 L. T. 371; 
34 Ir. L. T. 346; 17 Cape L. J. 269 
[1900]. 

— (Clark BeU] 63 Alb. L. J. 18 [1901]. 

— 6 L. Notes [N. V.] 223 [1903]. 

— builder of our law. 114 L. T. 314 [1903]. 

— Charles Russell, Barrister. [Bruce Wy- 

man] 14 Green Bag, 166 [1902]. 
Russell, Fred J., Judge, Reminiscences of. 

[Douglas MaUock] 15 Green Bag, 529 

[1903]. 
Rutledge, John. [1739-1800.] Biographi- 

cal sketch, with portrait. [Francis R. 

Jones] 13 Green Bag, 325 [1901]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 8 Case and Com. 

181 [1901]. 

— Sketch. [Henry Flanders] 54 Am. L. 

Reg. 203 [1906]. 
Ryland, H. S. Obituary. 45 Sol. J. 516 

[1901]. 
Sage, RusseU. [1816-1906.] Career as a 

litigant. [John Caldwell Myers] 6 

Bench and Bar, N. Y., 83 [1906J. 



St. Heller, Lord. Francis Henry Jenne. 
[1843-1905.] Obituary. 40 L. J. 315 
[1905]. 

Sanborn, Walter H. [1845-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 5 Case and Com. 49 
[1898]. 

Sanford, Edward. [1834-1900.] Obituary. 
32 Chic. Leg. N. 261 [1900]. 

Saperston, WiUard W. [1863-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 
Alb. L. J. 107 [1899]. 

Sater, John E. [1854-.] Judge. Bio- 
graphical sketch. 52 Ohio L. B. 197 
[1907]. 

Sayler, Nelson. [1834-1907.] Memorial 
sketch. 52 Ohio L. B. 331 [1907]. 

Scales, Frank, Judge. [1848-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 191 
[1902]. 

Schreib^, Julius A. [1868-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 107 [1899]. 

Schreimer, William P. [1857-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 23 S. A. L. J. 117 [1906J. 

Scott, Guy C, Judge. [1863-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 394 
[1906]. 

Scott, John. [1751-1838.] John Scott 
and John Marshall. [John B. Cas- 
eody] 33 Am. L. Rev. 1 [1899]. 

Scott, Robert Taylor. Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. [John H. Ingram] 4 Va. 
L. Reg. 797 [1899]. 

Scott, Sir Walter, [1771-1832] as a 
lawyer. [Neil McCrinunon] 15 Green 
Bag, 265; 2 Can. L. Rev. 457 
[1903]; 38 Am. L. Rev. 507 [1904]; 115 
L. T. 426 [1903] ; and the French law of 
ejection. [Andrew Mure] 10 Jurid. 
Rev. 25 [1898]. 

— The law and lawyers of. [John Mar- 

shall Gest] 54 Am. L. Reg. 289, 352 
[1906]. 

— as an advocate. 23 Scot. L. Rev. 109 

[1907]. 

Scovell, J. Boardman. [1869-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 108 [1899]. 

Scoville, George. [1824-1906.] Obituary. 
39 Chic. Leg. N. 75 [1906]. 

Sedgewick, Rob^t. [1848-1906.] Obit- 
uary. 42 Can. L. J. 499 [1906]. 



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53 



BIOGRAPHY 



Sedgwick, Arthur G. [1844-1915.] Sketch 
and portrait. 40 Am. L. Rev. 758 [1906]. 

Sedgwick, Henry Dwi^t. [1824-1903.] 
Obituary. 38 Am. L. Rev. 118 [1904]. 

Selbome, Lord. Roundell Palmer. [1812- 
95.] Builder of our law. Ill L. T. 498; 
112 do. 198 [1901]. 

— Memorials. 43 Sol. J. 109, 138 [1898]. 

— Anecdotes of. 5 Law Notes [N. Y.] 208 

[1902]. 

Selden, John. [1584-1654.] A striking 
figure in the l^;al history of England. 
[Edward Manaon] 118 L. T. 367 [1905]. 

— Sketch. 39 Am. L. Rev. 903 [1905]. 

— Sketch. 9 Law Notes [N. Y.] 12 [1905]. 

Sevey, Georfte Ebbert. [1830-1905.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 50 Ohio L. B. 230 
[1905]. 

Seward, William H., [1801-1872] as a lawyer. 
[Eugene L. Didier] 17 Green Bag, 31 
[1905]. 

Shand, Lord. Alexander Bums Shand. 
[1828-1904.] Obituary. 20 Scot. L. 
Rev. 88 [1904]. 

— O^^ituary. [Will. C. Smith] 16 Jurid. 

Rev. 203 [1904]. 

Shanklin, John Henderson. [1824-1904.] 
Obituary. 38 Am. L. Rev. 578 [1904]. 

Sharswood, George, [1810-1883] teacher and 

friend. . [Samuel Dickson] 55 Am. L. 

Reg. 401 [1907]. 
Shaw, Thomas M. Judge. [1833-1901.] 

Obituary, with portrait. 33 Chic. L^. 

N. 313 [1901]. 
Shay, Thomas P. [1853-1907.] Memorial 

sketch. 52 Ohio L. B. 482 [1907]. 
Shearman, Thomas Gaskell. [1834-1900.] 

Note. 34 Am. L. Rev. 885 [1900). 
Shelby, David D. [1847-1914.] Judge. 

Sketch, with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 

25 [1899]. 
Shepard, Henry Martjm. Obituary, with 

portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 79 [1904]. 

— Memorial. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 169 [1905]. 
Shipman, Nathaniel. [1828-.] Judge. 

Sketch, with portrait. 5 Case and Com. 
133 [1899]. 

Shippard^ Sir Sidney, G. A. Sketch, with 
portrait. 19 S. A. L. J. 323 [1902]. 

Shorey, Daniel Lewis. [1824-1899.] Obit- 
uary. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 243 [1899]. 



Showalter, John W., Judge. [1844-1898.] 
Obituary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. 
N. 143 [1898]. 

— In memoriam. 31 Chic. L^. N. 21 1 [1899]. 
Shower, Sir Bartholomew. Portrait 16 

Green Bag, 248 [1904]. 

Sidney, Algeron, [1622-1683] Character and 
influence of. [John Freeman Baker] 

65 Alb. L. J. 280 [1903]. 

Silliman, Benjamin D., [1805-1901] Some 
recollections of. [Wm. G. Low] 35 Am. 
L. Rev. 259 [1901]. 

— Obituary. [F^deric A. Ward] 63 Alb. 

L. J. 104 [1901]. 

Simonton, Charles H. [-1904.] Judge. 
Sketch, with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 
61 [1899]. 

Simpson, John W., the trust builder. 
[Paul Lotzke] 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 450, 
486 [1902]. 

Singh, Babu SaUgram. [1852-1905.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 1 Cal. L. J. 137 
[1905]. 

Sleeper, Joseph A. [1818-1903.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 301 
[1903]. 

SmaUey, Allen. [1841-1906.] In memo- 
riam. 51 Ohio L. B. 125 [1906]. 

Smith, Sh- Archibald Lewin. [1836-1901.] 
Obituary. 1 1 1 L. T. 579 [1901]. 

Smith, Austin. [1804-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. [W. D. Tennant] 
58 Alb. L. J. 389 [1898]. 

Smith, Charles Thomas. [1823-1901.] 
Judge. Sketch, with portrait. 18 S. A. 
L. J. 227 [1901]. 

Smith, Edwards Porter. [1827-1899.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 12 
Green Bag, 437 [1900]. 

Smith, Fayette. [1825-1903.] Judge. Me- 
morial. 48 Ohio L. B. 824 [1903]. 

Smith, Frank J. [1845-1901.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 193 
[1901]. 

Smith, George W. [1837-1898.] Obituary. 
31 Chic. Leg. N, 33 [1898]. 

Smith, Horace E. [-1902.] Obituary. 64 
Alb. L. J. 391 [1902]. 

Smith, James Cosslett. [1817-1900.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 346 [1904]. 

Smith, James Murdock. [1816-.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 108 [1899]. 



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54 



BIOGRAPHY 



Amfth, John Sftbtne. [1843-19—.] A 
tribute. [John Freeman Baker) 65 

Alb. L. J. 150 [1903]. 
Hmfth, John William. 26 L. Notes [Gib.] 
305 [1007]. 

Umlth, Palmer C. (1823-1900.) Memo- 

rlul. 44 Ohio L. B. 142 [1900]. 
Mmlfh, Philips. [1863-19—.] Biographical 

fcki^lrh, with fjortrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 110 

llNiH)]. 
Molomon, HIr Richard. Sketch, with por- 

iriiil. IN S. A. L. J. 331 [1901]. 
Molomon, William Henry. [1852-19-.] 

Sl<p!rh, whh |K)rtrnit. 21 S. A. L. J. 

1NU|UNH|. 
Mum#r«, John, Lord. [1651-1716.) A strik- 

hi|| Hutirti lit the Icgnl Mutory of Eng* 

liiMil. llCdward Maneon) 120 L. T. 

A40, 40 Am. 1. Rev. 533 [1906). 
MMi'*f<< luiuil"h Itiwyrr. [Neleon Phillipe) 

40 Am. Im Ki«v. 50 [IWm). 
INMlMh. HiCiTon I^K, 246 (1904). 
N|i#ll«,WMU»rCook. [1842 1900.) Obituar>'. 

wll))|MMti»ilt. 16SH>t.L. Rev. 208 [19001. 
NpfHAue.KlienCtirleton. (1822 1895.) Bio^ 

MhiplilMl nketrlii with |H)rtrAit. 59 Alb. 

I., |, iUlimmi. 
NiMhiAor, WilliMm 1V1. |i8a6i9a^) Ohit- 

iKMV im Am. Im Kev. 115 [mHl 
NiMllo, JiilMi nentMrd. |1H22 ItHM).) Obit- 
m\s 4aO)iliil.. \\,l\\. 

Nmih :u Am(. Im i<0v. mmiimx)). 

NihimIhH, l^'iMMk W. 11871 lU -.) Bio* 

Mhi|iltiMil Hlinh h, wllti iNHlrait. 59 Alb. 

I I III |IN09|. 
MlMHlny, NIr Jilllll. |1N46 ,| Skrtoh. with 

jiMilhtll. t AlU. L. j. 49 {WHHl 
^i»M.li IN.C.OnylNllom. 1.. Hop.65[nK)6.] 
Nl»«lmmi, diMflM M. |IN4I .) Sketch, 

Willi iMMlMill. 1 N.(M.J.22:)|UM)0|. 
Mii«|ili«*H. NIr Un\P$ Plujamea. [1829- 

iNUil 111 I,. T. INl |MK)1). 
MltfiHn, NImon. |IH:m lUll.) Note. 30 

Ami. I.. Utiv. 120 |MN)'J|. 
NitfVifiiii, ThaddiillM. (1792 m)H,] Remi- 

uIm iMirttM of. IThomaa W. Lloyd) 16 

(iMMMi Mitu, 445 jHMH). 
(m A MHMihv Ittwver. |W. U. Ilenael) 18 

liimtii lliitf, 641 lltNMj. 
Mievtfiiaon, Robert Loula. [1850-1895.] 

Oblhiiiiy, with |M)rtruit. (Charlee J. 

(iuthrlej 11 Scot. L, T. 1 [1903); 3 Can. 

L. Kpv. 1M5 |1904|. 



Sterenson, Robert Louis, as an advocate. 
22 Scot. L. Rev. 285 [1906]. 

Stockton, Dr. A. A. [1842-1907.] Obit- 
uary. [David Rueseil Jack] 6 Can. L. 
Rev. 359 [1906]. 

Storey, Moorfield. [1845-19—.] Sketch. 

with portrait. 41 Am. L. Rev. 272 [1907]. 
Story, Joeeph. [1779-1845.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 7 Case and Com. 85 [1901]. 

— The friendship between Marshall and. 

[Adolph Moses] 35 Am. L. Rev. 321 
[1901]. 

— James Kent and. [John B. Cassody] 12 

Yale L. J. 146 [1903]. 

— 23 Uw Notes [Gib.] 269 [1904]. 
Stowell, Lord. William Scott. [1745-1836.] 

The influence of, on the maritime law 
of England. [E. S. Roscoe] 27 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 210 [1902]. 

— 25 Uw Notes [Gib.] 305 [1906]. 

Street, William Purvis Rochfort. [1841- 
1906.) Obituary. 42 Can. L. J. 497; 
6 Can. L. Rev. 72 [1906]. 
Striking figures in the l^;al history of Eng- 
land. [Edward Manson.] 
L RanulfdeGlanville. 116L.T.270[1904]. 
!L Bracton. 117 L. T. 151 [1904]. 

III. Chief Justice Fortescue. 117 L. T. 
316 [1904). 

IV. Sir Thomas More. 117 L.T. 433 [1904]. 

V. Lord Coke. 118 L. T. 109 [1904]. 

VI. JohnSelden. 118 L. T. 367 [1905]. 

VII. Lord Bacon. 119 L. T. 35 [1905J. 

VIII. Sir Matthew Hale. 119 L. T. 292 
[1905]. 

IX. Lord Clarendon [Edward Hyde). 120 
L. T. 37 [1905]; 40 Am. L. Rev. 833 
[1906]. 

X. Urd Somers. 120 L. T. 546 [1906] ; 40 

Am. L. Rev. 533 [1906]. 
Strong, Sir Samuel Henry. [1825-1909.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 

341 [1899). 
Sullivan, James. [1744-1808.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 12 Green Bag, 

609 [1900]. 
Sutllff, Milton. [1806-1878.] Memorial. 46 

Ohio L. B. Ill [1901]. 
Swan, Joseph R., [1802-1884] Career of 

Chief Justice. [G. U. Marvin] 40 Ohio 

L. B. 157 [1898]. 
Talcott, John L. [1812-.] Biographical 

sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 345 [1904]. 



BIOGRAPHY 65 

Talfourd, Thomas Noon. [1795-1854.) 
Lawyer, poet, and dramatist. 107 L. 
T. 83, 139 [1899]. 

The Taney Bench. [Andrew McKinley] 

16 Green Bag, 369 [1904]. 

Taney, Roger Brooke. 11777-1864.) Bio- 
graphical sketch. [Walter George 
Smith] 47 Am. L. Reg. 201 [1899]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. [Francis R. 

Jones) 14 Green Bag, 1 [1902]. 

— Chief Justice Taney. [John A. Shauclc] 

14 Green Bag, 559 [1902]. 
Biographical sketch. [Edwin T. Mer- 
rick] 10 Am. Law 439; 6 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 61 (1902); 10 Bar, 33 [May, 1903]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 7 Case and Com. 

133 [1901]. 
Taylor, Hannis. [1851-19—.] Sketch. 38 

Am. L. Rev. 569 [1904]. 
Tazewell, Litdeton Waller. Biographical 

sketch. 4 Va. L. Reg. 409 [1898]. 
Tenney, Horace Kent. [1859-19—.] Sketch. 

with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 141 

[1905]. 
Thayer, Amos M. [1814-1905.) Judge. 

Sketch, with portrait. 5 Case and Com. 

109 [1899]. 
Thayer, James Bradley. [1831-1902.] 

Obituary. [Charles Sherman Haight] 

2 Colum. L. Rev. 238 [1902]. 

— Note. 36 Am. L. Rev. 248 [1902]. 
Thayer, Wallace. [1866-19—.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 61 

[1899]. 
Thomas, Cliarles J. [1839-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. Ill 

[1899). 
Thomas, John W. E. [1847-1899.] Obit- 

uary. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 151 [1899]. 
Thompson, Col. Ricliard W. Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. [Claude G. 

Bowers) 12 Green Bag, 269 [1900]. 
Thompson, Seymour D. [1842-1904.) 

Obituary. 38 Am. L. Rev. 714 [1904]; 

with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 5 [1904J. 

— St. Louis bar meeting in memory of. 38 

Am. L. Rev. 699 [1904]. 

Thomson, Comrie. . [1840-1898.] Sheriff. 
Obituary, with portrait. 14 Scot. L. 
Rev. 219 [1898]. 

Thome, Albert G. [1870-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
112 [1899]. 



BIOGRAPHY 



Thornton, Anthony. [1818-1904.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 37 Chic. L^. N. 

37 [1904]. 

Thornton, Sir Thomas. [1830-1903.] 
Obituary, with portrait. 19 Scot. L. 
Rev. 137 [1903J. 

Thring, Henry, Lord. [1818-1907.] Obit- 
uary. 122 L. T. 353 [1907]. 

Thurber, Henry T. [1854-1904.] Obituary. 

38 Am. L. Rev. 579 [1904]. 
Thurlow, Edward, Lord. [1732-1806.] 

26 L. Notes [Gib.) 214 [1907). 
TiUett, Charles W. Portrait. 1 N. C. Jnl. 

of Uw, 157 [1904]. 
Tipton, Thomas P., Judge. [1833-1904.) 

Memorial. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 253 [1904]. 
— Obituary. 28 Nat. Corp. Rep. 136 [1904J. 
Titus, Frank J. [1868-19—.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

113 [1899]. 
Titus, Rob^t C. [1839-19—.] Judge. 

Biographical sketch, with portrait. 59 

Alb. L. J. 113 [1899]. 
Tompkins, James L. [1834-1907.] Obitu- 
ary, 13 Va. L. Reg. 594 [1907). 
Toney, SterUng B. [1853-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 38 Am. L. Rev. 229 

[1904). 
Totten, Enoch. In memoriam, 26 Wash. 

L. R. 739 [1898]. 
Townsend, E. C. [1861-19—.] Biographical 

sketch, with portra t. 59 Alb. L. J. 52 

[1899]. 
Townsend, Martin Ingham. [1810-1902.] 

Sketch, with portrait. [Edward Fitch 

BuUard] 11 Green Bag, 149 [1899). 

— Obituary. 65 Alb. L. J. 87 [1903). 
Treat, Samuel. [1815-1902.] Note. 36 

Am. L. Rev. 753 [1902]. 
Tribonian. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 117 [1903]. 

— The agent of Justinian's law reforms. 7 
Law Notes [N. Y.) 71 [1903]. 

Trumbull, Lyman, Judge. [1813-1896.] 

Memorial of. [Thomas Dent] 36 Chic. 

Leg. N. 355 [1904]. 
Tuley, Murray P., Judge. [1827-1905.] 

Obituary, with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. 

N. 157 [1905]. 

— Memorials. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 164, 177 
[1906]. 

— Tribute. [S. S. Gregory] 38 Chic. Leg. 
N. 166; [Arthur J. Eddy] 38 Chic. 
U^. N. 231 [1906]. 



BIOGRAPHY 



56 



BIOGRAPHY 



Tupper, Hon. Sir Charies Hibbert. 

[1866-19 — .) Biographical sketch, with 
portrait. 36 Can. L. J. 41 [1900]. 

Tumey, Peter. [1827-1903.J Obituary. 
38 Am. L. Rev. 117 [1904]. 

Tyabji, Bard-ud-dln. [1844-1906.] Judge. 
Obituary, with portrait. [Satya Chan- 
dra Mukerji] 4 Alia, L. J. 23, 107, 296 
[1907J. 

— Obituary. 8 Bom. L. Rep. 249 [1906]. 

Tsrrell, William, Judge. Obituary, with 
portrait. [Satjra Cliandra Mukerji] 
1 Alia. L. J. 33 [1904]. 

Ulpian. 24 L. Notes [Gib.] 80 [1905]. 

— [Jamee Crawford Ledlie] 5 J. Comp. 

Leg. 14 [1903]. 
Upington, Sir Thomas. Obituary. 16 

Cape L. J. 8 [1899]. 
Van Arsdale, John A. [1866-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 

Alb. L. J. 115 [1899]. 
Van Buren, Martin, [1782-1862] the 

lawyer. [Adrian H. JoUne] 17 Green 

Bag, 152; 13 Am. Law. 164; 28 N. J. 

L. J. 199 [1905]. 
Van Do* Doncic, Adrien, the earliest lawyer 

in New York. [Alfred L. Becker] 66 

Alb. L. J. 46 [1904]. 
Van Vechten, Abraliam. [1762-1837.] 

The father of the New York State bar. 

Portrait. [L. B. Proctor] 58 Alb. L. J. 

69 [1898]. 
Varga, Francis. Biographical sketch, with 

portrait. [F. G. Moorhead] 14 Green 

Bag, 434 [1902]. 
Vidcers, Alonzo K. Judge. [1853-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 

394 [1906]. 
Vico. [Great jurists of the world.] [Micliael 

H. Rafferty] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 71 [1907]. 
Voelce, William. [1839-1907.] Obituary, 

with portrait, and tribute by George B. 

Armstrong. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 329 [1907]. 
Voorheee, Daniel W., [1827-1897] as 

lawyer and orator. [W. W. Thornton] 

14 Green Bag, 356 [1902]. 
Vredenburft, Peter. [1806-1873.] Judge. 

Biographical sketch. [Jacob Weart] 

21 N. J. L. J. 258, 293, 357; 22 do. 4 

[1898-99]. 
Vroom, Peter D. [1791-1873.] Biographical 

sketch. [Jacob Weart] 21 N. J. L. J. 5, 

35, 67, 101 [ 1898]. 



Wade, Decius S. [183&-1905.] Judge. 
Obituary. 60 Ohio L. B. 369 [1905]. 

Waite, Morrison Remiclc. [1816-1888.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. [Fran- 
cis R. Jones] 14 Green Bag, 267 
[1902]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 8 Case and Com. 

157 [1901]. 

Waite, Richard. [1831-1907.] Obituary. 
62 Ohio L. B. 662 [1907]. 

Wald, Gustavus Henry. [1863-1902.] 
Obituary. 47 Ohio L. a 486 [1902]. 

Wallcer, James A. [1832-1901.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Will- 
iam S. Poage] 8 Va. L. Reg. 155 [1902]. 

Wallcer, Piatt D. [1849-19—.] Judge. 
Sketch, with portrait. 1 N. C. L. J. 128 
[1900]. 

Wallcer, Robert J. [1801-1869.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [George 
J. Leftwich] 16 Green Bag, 101 [1903]. 

Wallcer, Samuel. [1832-1911.] The Right 
Honorable Lord Justice at Pembroke 
House, Upper Mount-street, Dublin. 35 
Ir. L. T. 36 [1901]. 

Wallace, Martin R. M., Judge. [1829- 
1902.] Biographical sketch. .34 Chic. 
Leg. N. 190 [1902]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 34 Chic. Leg. 

N. 229 [1902]. 
WaUer, John Parker. [1835-1906.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 6 Natal L. Q. 141 [1906]. 
Walton, Sir John Lawson. [1852-1908.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 23 S. A. L. J. 

1; 6 Can. L. Rev. 244, 278 [1906]. 
Waples, Rufus. [1826-1902.] Obituary. 

34 Chic. Leg. N. 197; 36 Am. L. Rev. 

421 [1902]. 
Ward, Charles George. [1864-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 24 S. A. L. J. 361 [1907]. 
Warren, Charles F. [1862-1904.] Sketch. 

1 N. C. L. J. 130 [1900]. 

— Obituary. [W. B. Rodnum] 1 N. C. 

Jnl. of Law. 461 [1904]. 
Warren, Samuel. [1807-1877.] Queen's 
Counsel and novelist. 115 L. T. 373 
[1903]. 

— lawyer and novelist. 43 L. J. 363 [1907]. 
Waterman, Thomas W. [1821-1898.] 

Obituary. 58 Alb. L. J. 437 [1898]. 
Watson, William, Lord. [1827-1899.] 
Sketch, with portrait. [Lord Mac- 
naghten] 11 Jurid. Rev. 269. 



BIOGRAPHY 

Watson, William, Lord. Obituary. (Moir 
T. Stormouth-Darling] 11 do. 272. 

— [R. B. Haldane] 11 do. 278 [1^99]. 

— 15 Scot. L. Rev. 229 11899]. 

— Builder <rf our law. 114 L. T. 671 [1903]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 

9 [1902]. 

Watts, William New^. Obituary. 34 
Ir. L. T. 286 11900). 

Waughop, John W. [1823-1901.] Obitu- 
ary, with portrait. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 125 
[1901]. 

Way, Sir Samuel James. Sketch, with 
portrait. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 344 [1899]. 

Webster, Daniel. 1782-1852. [George P. 
Hoar] 35 Am. L. Rev. 801 [1901]. 

— Webster as an orator. [Samuel W. Mc- 

Call] 13 Green Bag, 508; 1 Can. L. Rev. 
150 [1901]. 

— on the territories. [Paul R. Shipman] 

9 Yale L. J. 185 [1900]. 

— Constitutional law of the United States as 

moulded by. [Everett P. Wheeler] 13 
Yale L. J. 366; 12 Am. Law. 148, 
204 [1904]. 

Webster, H. Edson. [1872-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 115 [1899]. 

Webster, Peletiah, [1725-1795] the archi- 
tect of our Federal Constitution. Han- 
nis Taylor] 17 Yale L. J. 73 [1907]. 

Weil, Samuel L. Biographical sketch, with 
portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 116 [1899]. 

Welch, Samuel M., Jr. Biographical 
sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 116 [1899]. 

Weldon, Lawrence, Judge. [1829-1905.] 
Memorial. [Isaac N. PhilUps] 37 Chic. 
Leg. N. 315 [1905]. 

Werick, Edward W. [1870-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 118 [1899]. 

Wesseis, Johannes W. [1862-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 22 S. A. L. J. 241 [1905]. 

Westbury, Lord. Richard Bethel. [1800- 
1873.] [Van Vechten Veeder] 13 Harv. 
L. Rev. 557 [1900]. 

Westenhaver, D. C. Sketch, with portrait. 
5 Bar, 28 [1898]. 

Wetherell, Sir Charles. [1770-1846.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 107 L. T. 570 [1899]. 

Wheaton, Henry. [1785-1848.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Fran- 
cis R. Jones] 16 Green Bag. 781 [1904]. 



57 BIOGRAPHY 

Wheeler, Charles B. Biographical sketch. 
59 Alb. L. J. 51 [1899]. 

White, Henry Clay. [-1905.] Judge. In 
memoriam. Portrait. 50 Ohio L. B. 37. 

— Address. [Frederick A. Henry] 50 do. 48. 

— Address. [Aleiander Hadden] 50 do. 50 
[1905]. 

White, Truman C. [1840-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 118 [1899]. 

Whitney, William C. [1841-1904.] Obit- 
uary. 38 Am. L. Rev. 250 [1904]. 

Wicksteed, Gustavus William. [179^ 
1898.] Obituary. 34 Can. L. J. 642 
[1898]. 

Wilkin, Jacob W., Judge. [1837-1907.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 
391 [1906]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. 
N. 277 [1907]. 

— An appreciation. Portrait. [Isaac N. 
Phillips] 2 Ills. L. Rev. 67 [1907]. 

— The tribute of an associate [Orrin N. 
Carter] 2 Ills. L. Rev. 77 [1907]. 

Williams, Arthur H. Biographical sketch. 
59Alb. L. J. 119 [1899]. 

Williams, Edwin N. [1866-1902.] Obit- 
uary. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 253 [1902]. 

Williams, Harris S. [1873-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 119 [1899]. 

Williams, Nonnan. [1835-1899.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 
373 [1899]. 

Williams, William. Obituary. 51 Sol. J. 
384 [1907]. 

Williamson, Benjamin. [1809-1892.] 
Chanc. Biographical sketch. 23 N. J. 
L. J. 195 [1900]. 

Williamson, Samuel E. Memorial. 48 
Ohio L. B. 189 [1903.] 

Willits, George S. [1857-1898.] Obituary. 
31 Chic. Leg. N. 123 [1898]. 

Wilson, Sir Arthur. Biographical sketch, 
with portrait. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 297 
[1906]. 

Wilson, Charles R. [1863-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 120 [1899]. 

Wilson, James, [1742-1798] and the 
formation of the constitution. [John 
Marshall Harlan] 34 Am. L. Rev. 481 
[1900]. 



BIOGRAPHY 



58 



BLACKMAIL 



Wilton, James, his relation to jurisprudence 
and constitutional law. (James DeWitt 
Andrews] 49 Am. L. Reg. 706 [1001]; 34 
Chic. Leg. N. 205 [1902]. 

— as a jurist. [James Oscar Pierce] 38 

Am. L. Rev. 44 [1904]. 

— The honors done to, a recognition of his 

nationalist views of the constitution. 
[Edward Q. Keasbey] 14 Am. Law. 
550 [1906]. 

— nation builder. [Lucien Hugh Alexan- 

der] 19 Green Bag 1, 98, 137, 265 [1907]. 

— and the national idea. [Edward Q. 

Keasbey] 30 N. J. L. J. 167, 197 [1907]. 

— Memorial. [B. A. Konkle] 55 Am. L. 

Reg. 1 [1907]. 

— Oration on. [Hampton L. Carson] 55 

Am. L. Reg. 35 [1907]. 

— patriot, and the Wilson doctrine. [Lucien 

Hugh Alexander] 52 Ohio L. B. 54 

[1907]. 
Wilson, James K. [1850-1901.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 264 

[1901]. 
Wilson, Matthew, Q. C. [1854-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 36 Can. 

L. J. 145 [1900J. 
Winston, Frederick H. [1830-1904.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 

227 [1904]. 
Wise, Henry A., [180&-1876] of Virginia. 

Sketch, with portrait. [Edmund S. 

Spalding] 12 Green Bag, 1 [1900]. 
Woemer, John Gabriel. [1826-1900.] 

Note. 34 Am. L. Rev. 598 [1900]. 
Wood, George, LL. D. [1789-1860.] [A. 

Okey Hall] 11 Green Bag, 293 [1899]. 
Wood, Lyndon D. [1867-19—.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 121 

[1899]. 
Woods, William AUen. Judge. [1827- 

1901.] Sketch. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 95 

[1899J. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. 

N. 389 [1901]. 

— Obituary. 22 Nat. Corp. Rep. 716 [1901]. 

— Memorial proceedings. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 

50 [1901]. 
Woolworth, James M. [1829-1906.] In 

memoriam. [John Lee Webster] 18 

Green Bag, 485 [1906]. 
Wray, Lord Chief Justice. Portrait. 16 

Green Bag, 103 [1904]. 



Wright, Sir Robert Samuel. [1839-1904.] 
Justice. Obituary. 117 L. T. 373 [1904]. 

Wright, Thomas Cooke. [1823-1905.] 
A master of conveyancing. 49 Sol. J. 
412 [1905]. 

Wylie, Andrew. [1814-1905.] Judge. Obit- 
uary. 33 Wash. L. R. 497. 

— In memoriam. 33 do. 803 [1905]. 
Wythe, George, [1726-] the law teacher 

of John Marshall. 34 Am. L. Rev. 594 

[1900J. 
Yancey, William Lowndes. Biographical 

sketch. [Walter L. MiUer] 59 Alb. 

L. J. 432 [1899]. 
Young, George, Lord. [1819-1907.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portraits. 

[Charles J. Guthrie] 19 Jurid. Rev. 209 

[1907]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 21 Scot. L. Rev. 

149 [1905]. 

— Portrait. 15 Jurid. Rev. 213 [1903]. 

— Obituary. 123 L. T. 96 [1907]. 
Bh-dwood, Herbert Mills. [-1907.] Obit- 
uary. 122 L. T. 426 [1907]. 

Bh*ney, William. [1819-1907.] Obituary, 
35 Wash. L. R. 509 [1907]. 

Bishop, Joel Prentiss. [1814-1901.] Obit- 
uary. 23 Nat. Corp. Rep. 326 [1901]. 

Bispham, George Tucker. [1838-1906.] 
Biographical sketch. [William Draper 
Lewis] 54 Am. L. Reg. 718. 

— Obituary. 2 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 35 [1906]. 
BisseU, Frederick O. [1868-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 65 [1899]. 

BisseU, Josiah H. [1845-1901.] Obituary. 
34 Chic. Leg. N. 94 [1901]. 

BisseU, Wilson S. [1847-19.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 
Alb. L. J. 41 [1899). 

*'Black Books,** The, of Lincoln's Inn. 
[Edward Manson] 16 Green Bag, 793 
[1904]. 

Black Eagle Case, The. [Lee M. Fried- 
man] 14 Green Bag, 63 [1902]. 

Blacklist. The rights of an employee against 
employers. [Rupert Sargent Holland] 
51 Am. L. Reg. 803 [1903]. 

BlackmaiL 62 J. P. 99 [1898]. 

— and extortion. [James W. Osborne] 4 

Bench and Bar, N. Y., 50, 90 [1906J. 

— Blackmailing actions. 39 Ir. L. T. 1 [1905J. 

— D. Santos v. Queen Empress, 10 Mad. 

L. J. 81 [1900]. 



BLACKSTONE 



59 



BONDS 



Bladutone, Sir William. [1723-1780.] 
Biographical sketch. 19 L. Notes [Gib.] 
147 [1900]. 

— Literature in. 32 Jr. L. T. 302 [1898]. 
Blaine, Herbert Francis. [1857-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 23 S. A. L. J. 
213 [1906]. 

Blasphemer, The case of the. [Darid 
Werner Amram] 13 Green Bag, 493 
[1901]. 

Blecldey, Loftan £. [1827-19—.] Former 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of 
Georgia. [L. B. Ellis] 15 Green Bag, 
555 [1903]. 

— Wit and wisdom of, as shown in the 

Georgia reports. [Albert H. Russell] 
6 Am. Uw. 375 [1898]. 

BLOCKADE. 

See also War. 
Blockade and contraband: law and practices 

of nations in recent times. [Chas. L. 

Nordon] 29 Law Mag. and Rev. 179 

[1904]. 
Blockades. [Lawrence Irwell] 15 Green 

Bag, 62 [1903]. 
The law of blockade. [Charles Noble 

Gregory] 12 Yale L. J. 339 [1903]. 
State interference in (a) contraband trade, 

(b) blockade-running. [F. W. Pajm] 

24 Law Mag. and Rev. 203, 329, 448 

[1899]. 
Blodgett, Henry W. [1821-1905.] Judge. 

Sketch, with portrait. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 

138 [1899]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. 

N. 209 [1905]. 

Blue laws, A flirtation under the. [Samuel 
ScoviUe, Jr.] 13 Green Bag, 556 [1901]. 

Boaz and Ruth, The case of. [David Wer- 
ner Amram] 13 Green Bag, 313 [1901]. 

Bogus baby case, A. [J. Ferguson Walker] 
12 Green Bag, 114 [1900]. 

Bohun, Eilmund, [-1699] the first chief 
justice of Carolina. [A. M. Barnes] 12 
Green Bag, 590 [1900]. 

Bombardment by naval forces. [James 
Brown Scott] 2 Am. J. Int. L. 285 
[1908]. 

Bonaparte, Charles Joseph, [1851-19 — .] 
as a lawyer. [William Reynolds] 17 
Green Bag, 397 [1905]. 

Bond, Lester I^egrand. [1829-1903.] Obit- 
uary. 35 Chic. U«. N. 293 [1903]. 



BONDS. 

Actions on bonds. [M. H. Ludwig] 34 Can. 
L. J. 7 [1898]. 

Administration bonds. 45 Sol. J. 442 [1901]. 

The advisability of registering negotiable 
coupon bonds. (John Philip Hill] 16 
Green Bag, 14 [1904]. 

Bearer bonds. 21 L. Notes [Gib.] 176 [1902]. 

Bondholders as complainants in the fore- 
closure <^ corporate mortgages. [Charles 
Sunmer Lobin^er] 54 Cent. L. J. 
362 [1902]. 

Bonds of caution by English insurance 
companies. 21 Scot. L. Rev. 195 [1905]. 

Debenture-holders and compulsory winding- 
up orders. 50 Sol. J. 771 [1906]. 

Debentures of trading companies. [Felix 
Cassel] 122 L. T. 327 [1907]. 

Debentures to bearer. 43 Sol. J. 435 [1899]. 

Doctrine of the federal courts as to the validity 
of irregular municipal bonds. [Charles 
L. Dibble] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 497 [1906]. 

The effectual issue of debentures. 45 Sol. J. 
649 [1901]. 

Evolution of the debenture. [Geo. A. 
Macdonald] 23 Law Q. Rev. 195 [1907]. 

Extending the time of registering deben- 
tures. 50 Sol. J. 557 [1906]. 

Foreign investments in time of war. [Robert 
Agar Chadwick] 20 Law Q. Rev. 167 
[1904]. 

Insurance premiums on bonds of caution in 
factories. 21 Scot. L. Rev. 89 [1905]. 

Judgment creditors and debenture holders. 
49 Sol. J. 456 [1905]. 

Law merchant and transferable debentures. 
[F. A. Bosanquet] 15 Law Q. Rev. 
130 [1899]. 

The negotiability of bearer bonds. 46 Sol. 
J. 496 [1902]. 

Negotiability of debentures to bearer and 
the growth of the law merchant. [Fran- 
cis Beaufort Palmer] 15 Law. Q. Rev. 
245 [1899]. 

Official bonds of state and municipal officers 
not taxable by the federal government. 
[Hayes & Wells] 51 Cent. L. J. 165 
[1900]. 

The only twenty-dollar felony bond. [J. 
C. Terrell] 15 Green Bag, 83 [1903]. 

The position of transferees of debentures. 
48 Sol. J. 557 [104]. 



BONDS 



«) 



BRAZIL 



The priority of debenture holders. 42 Sol. 
J. 304 [1898]. 

The priorities of debenture-holders and 
execution creditors. 48 Sol. J. 800 [1904]. 

The priorities of debentures and garnished 
debts. 51 Sol. J. 110 [1906]. 

Proposed system of registration for the secur- 
ity writings of public bodies. [A. D. 
Donald] 11 Scot. L. Rev. 115 [1896.] 

The re-issue of debentures. 49 Sol. J. 698 
[1905]. 

Some recent criticism of Gelpcke versus 
Dubuque. [Thomas Raebum White] 
47 Am. L. Reg. 473, 529, 593, 657 [1899]. 

The South Dakota Case. [Charles Price] 
2 N. C. L. J. 233 [1901]. 

What are securities? 116 L. T. 565 [1904]. 

Bonney, Cliarles Carroll. [1831-1903.] 
Obituary, with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. 
N. 13 [1903]. 

— Obituary. 37 Am. L. Rev. 746 [1903]. 

Bonus jurista tnalus christa, [Courtney 
Kenny] 19 Law Q. Rev. 326 [1903]. 

Book of Mormon, The law of the. [James 
WilUams] 34 Am. L. Rev. 219 [1900]. 

Boom murder case. [Russell W. Taft] 17 
Green Bag, 702 [1905]. 

Booth case — a chapter from the judicial 
history of Wisconsin. [John B. Wins- 
low] 37 Chic. Leg. N. 344; 13 Am. Law. 
275, 343 [1905]. 

Booth, William M. [1856-1904.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 29 
[1904]. 

Borden, Robert L. [1854-19—.] Q. C, M. 
P. Biographical sketch, with portrait. 35 
Can. L. J. 177 [1899]. 

BOROUGHS. 

Application of borough fund.63 J. P.401[1899.] 

Borough councillors — qualifications and dis- 
qualifications. 71 J. P. 63, 87 [1907]. 

Boroughs without a separate commission of 
the peace. 65 J. P. 352 [1901]. 

The financial relations between counties and 
boroughs under the Local Government 
act, 1888. 42 Sol. J. 682 [1898]. 

Borstal Association, The. 69 J . P. 399 [1905]. 

Boston's first lawyer. [Ethelbert Stewart] 
11 Am. Law. 68 [1903]. 

BosweU, James, [1740-1795] and his 
practice at the bar. [James S. Hen- 
derson] 17 Jurid. Rev. 105 [1905]. 
See also 39 Am. L. Rev. 754 [1906]. 



BOUNDARIES. 

Boundaries and adjustments. 63 J. P. 737 
[1899]. 

Boundaries of Manitoba. [Thomas Hod- 
gins] 25 Can. L. T. 200 [1905]. 

Boundary fences. 23 L. Notes [Gib.] 277 
[1904]. 

Case of Pental Island. [W. Harrison Moore] 
20 Law Q. Rev. 236 [1904]. 

Col. Vernon's estate on the North Bull. 
34 Ir. L. T. 319 [1900]. 

The marches. [Ge<Mige Law] 11 Jurid. Rev. 
226 [1899]. 

National boundaries. [Hannis Taylor] 40 
Am. L. Rev. 750 [1906]. 

Old law suits and old monuments, stones, and 
lore. 105 L. T. 427 [1898]. 

Boutell, Louis Henry. [1826-1899.] Obit- 
uary. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 187 [1899]. 

Bowen, Lord, Charies Sjmge Christopher. 
[1835-1894.] 37 Am. L. Rev. 69 [1903J. 

— Builder of our law. 113 L. T. 355 [1902]. 
BOYCOTTS. 

See Monopolies: Strikes and Boycotts. 
Bracton. [1227-1267.] A striking figure in 
the legal history of England. [Edward 
Manson] 117 L. T. 151 [1904]. 

— 22 Law Notes [Gib.] 270 [1903]. 
Bradley, Joseph P., [1813-1892] at the 

Catskill landing. [Jacob Weart] 21 N. 
J. L. J. 135 [1898]. 
BradweU, James B., Judge. [1828-1907.] 
Biographical sketch. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 
190 [1902]. 

— Obituary, with portraits. 40 Chic. Leg. N. 

126. 134 [1907]. 

— Chicago Bar Assn. memorial for. 40 Chic* 

Leg. N. 142 [1907]. 
Brahman officials. [Andrew T. Sibold] 

12 Green Bag, 338 [1900]. 
Brampton, Lord. See Sir Henry Hawkins. 
Braulein, Louis. [1860-19—.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 65 

[1899]. 
Brawley, Francis W. S. [1825-1898.] 

Obituary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. 

N. 5 [1898]. 
Braifleld, Lord, [Robert Macqueen, 1722- 

17991and John Clerk. 123 L.T. 549 [1907]. 

BRAZIL. 

Brazilian law and judicial organization. 
[Thomas C. Dawson] 35 Am. L. Rev. 
31 [1901]. 




BRAZIL 



61 



BRITISH GUIANA 



The profession in Brazil. 114 L. T. 25 [1902]. 

BREACH OF MARRIAGE PROMISE. 

Breach of promise. 26 L. Notes [Gib.] 240 
[1907]. 

Breach of promise under the German code. 
108 L. T. 540 [1900]. 

BREACH OF THE PEACE. 

EHsturbing the peace. [Fred Kelaey] 63 
Cent. L. J. 467 [1906]. 

Brehon laws, The supplanting of the, in 
Ireland. [Joseph M. SuUiym] 13 

Green Bag, 299 [1901]; 69 Alb. L. J. 
209 [1907]. 

Brendel, Henry W. [1857-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 66 [1899]. 

Brett, Cecil Michael Wilford. [1852-]. 
Judge. Sketch, with portrait. 5 Cal. 
L. J. 79 [1907]. 

Brewo-, David Joeiah. [1837-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [R. 
Newton Crane] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 9 
[1906]. 

Brewster, Frederic CarroU. [1825-1898.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 
[Chas. B. Connolly] 12 Green Bag, 381 
[1900]. 

Brewster, Lsrman Dennison. [1832-1904.] 
Obituary. 38 Am. L. Rev. 249 [1904]. 

BRIBERY. 

Bribing a chancelk>r. [M. S. Gilpatrick] 

17 Green Bag. 711; 120 L. T. 203 [1905] 
Proposed amendment to the laws regarding 

bribery. [C. B. Labatt] 42 Can. L. J. 

697 [1906]. 
Bridge, Sir Jolin. [1824-1900.] Obituary. 

35 L. J. 299 [1900]. 

BRIDGES. 

Bridges and railways. 62 J. P. 130 [1898]. 
The effect of bridge building at ferries. 71 

J. P. 158 [1907]. 
Motor traffic on bridges. 69 J. P. 410 [1905]. 
Motor vehicles on bridges. 71 J. P. 505 

[1907]. 
Presentment of county bridges. 63 J. P. 

145 [1899]. 
Railway bridges. 71 J. P. 470. 481 [1907]. 
Bridgman, Sir Orlando. [1606?-1674.] 

Biographical sketch. 20 L. Notes [Gib.] 

368 [1901]. 
Brief, The Preparation of a. 45 Sol. J. 375 

[1901]. 



Brig General Armstrong, The case of 
[Charles Nohle Gregory] 18 Green 
Bag, 331 [1906]. 

Briggs, James Crawford. [1872-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 2 N. C. L. J. 
175 [1901]. 

British Bechuanaland, Modes of legisla- 
tion in. [Dr. Ward] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. 
8. 137 [1897]. 

British Central Africa. Review of legis- 
lation, 1904. [All>ert Gray] 7 J. Comp. 
Leg. 190 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 502 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 374 [1907]. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

The early bench and bar of British Columbia. 

[D. W. Higgins] 3 Can. L. Rev. 653 

[1904]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [Aleiander 

Pulling] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. Ill [1896]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 222 [1897]. 

— 1897. [Walto- Peacock] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 

134 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 532 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 598 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 392 [1901]. 

— 190L 4 J. Comp. Leg. 322 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 411 [1904]. 

— 1903. [Edward Manson] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 

431 [1905]. 

— 1904. [J. A. Simon] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 197 

[1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 505 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 381 [1907]. 
BRITISH GUIANA. 

Modes of legislation in British Guiana. [Sir 

J. W. Carrington] 1 J., Comp. Leg. o. s. 

140 [1897]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [W. P. B. 

Shepheard] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 126 

[1896]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg;, o. s. 240 [1897]. 

— 1897. [Wallwyn P. B. Shepheard] 1 J. 

Comp. Leg. 159 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 564 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 629 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 411 [1901]. 

— 1901. [F. H. M. Corbet and R. F. 

Houto-] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 344 [1902]. 

— 1902. [Sir Thomas Rayno-] 5 J. Comp. 

Leg. 435 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 453 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 219 [1906]. 



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Review of Legislation, 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 
526 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 412 [1907]. 

BRITISH HONDURAS. 

Modesof legislation in British Honduras. [Leslie 
Prol^yn] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 367 [1897]. 

Review of legislation, 1895. [W. P. B. Shep- 
heard] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 126 [1897]. 

— 1896. [H. L. Ormaby] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 
o. 8. 243 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 160 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 567 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 631 [1900]. 

— 1900. [Wallwyn P. B. Shepheard] 3 

J. Comp. Leg. 414 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 346 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 438 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 459 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 222 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 531 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 414 [1907]. 
BRITISH NEW GUINEA. 

Modes of legislation in British New Guinea. 

[Franda Winter] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 

375 [1897]. 
Review of legislation, 1897. [W. F. Craies] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. 121 [1899J. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 513 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 582 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 329 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 289 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 372 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 381 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 152 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 463 [1906]. 
BRITISH WESTERN PACIFIC ISLANDS. 
Modes of legislation in the British colonies: 

British Islands in Western Pacific. 2 J. 
Comp. Leg. 113 [1900]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [Sir Courtenay 
Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 89 [1896]. 

— 1896. [W. F. Craies] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

o. s. 202 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 122 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 519 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 584 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 374 [1901]. 
Broadhead, James O. [1819-1898.] Obit- 
uary. 33 Am. L. Rev. 274 [1899]. 

Brockenbrough, William, Judge. [1778- 
1838.] Biographical sketch, with por- 
trait. [Benjamin Blake Minor] 5 Va. 
L. Reg. 731 [1900]. 



Brodie, Peter B^linger. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 
239 [1903]. 

BROKERS. 

Broker's right to close his client's account. 

45 Sol. J. 687 [1901]. 
Illicit commissions. 115 L. T. 121 [1903]. 
The liability of a stockbroker acting under 

a forged power of attorney. 46 Sol. J. 

293 [1902]. 
On secret commissions. [James W. Reld] 

34 L. J. 542; 107 L. T. 518 [1899]. 
Purchase of commerical paper from note- 
brokers. [C. F. Bentley] 20 Bank. L. 

J. 729 [1903]. 
Right of broker to commission for securing 

loans, where loan is not made because 

of defect in borrower's title. 21 Nat. 

Corp. Rep. 457 [1900]. 
Secret commissions. [Anthony Pulbrook] 

27 Law Mag. and Rev. 447 [1902]. 

— 106 L. T. 406 [1899]. 

Stockbrokers and the Bank of England. 51 

Sol. J. 338 [1907]. 
Stockbrokers' right to indemnity. [Spencer 

Brodhurst] 23 Law Mag. and Rev. 355 

[1898]. 
Bromley, Lord Chief Justice. Portrait. 16 

Green Bag, 31 [1904]. 
Brougham, Henry, Lord. [1778-1868.] 

Biographical sketch. [J. A. Lovat- 

Fraser] 17 Jurid. Rev. 17 [1906]. 

— [Francis Scott] 24 N. J. L. J. 611 [1901]. 
Brown, Henry B. [1836-1913.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. [Charles H. 
Butlo-] 18 Green Bag, 321 [1906]. 

— Retirement from the Supreme Court of the 

United States. 40 Am. L. Rev. 548 

[1906]. 
Brown, John, Trial of. [Bushrod C. Wash- 
ington] 11 Green Bag, 164 [1899]. 
Brown, Joseph. [1809-1902.] K. C, C. B. 

Obituary. 46 Sol. J. 566; 113 L. T. 

166 [1902]. 
Brown, W. Fillmore. [1850-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

66 [1899]. 
Browne, Irving. [1835-1899.] Biographical 

sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 56 [1899]. 

— Note. 33 Am. L. Rev. 271 [1899]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. [George W. 

Rh-chwey] 59 Alb. L. J. 212 [1899]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 

219 [1899]. 



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Browning, Abraham. [1808^1889.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. [JacobWeart]21N. J. 

L. J. 163 [1898]. 

Bninuner case. [Edwin J. Bartlett] 15 

Med. Leg. J. 376 [1898]. 

Brunswick succession. [Gordon E. Slier* 
man] 16 Yale L. J. 176 [1907]. 

Brutus, Did Strato murder? [J. B. Mac- 
kenzie] 38 Can. L. J. 357 [1902]. 

Bryan, Tliomas B. [1828-1906.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 45 
[1905]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. 

N. 197 [1906]. 

Bryant, Edwin Eustace. [1835-1908.) Obit- 
uary. 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 127 [1903]. 

Bryce, The Rt. Hon. James. [1838-19—.] 
[Edward Manson] 19 Green Bag, 505 
[1907]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 41 Am. L. Rev. 

747 [1907]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 

9 [1903]. 

Buchanan, E. J. [1844-19—.] Sketch, with 
portrait. 17 Cape L. J. 109 [1900]. 

Buchanan, James, [1791-1868] as a law- 
yer. [Eugene L. IMdier] 16 Green Bag, 
637 [1904]. 

Buffalo Law School and the bar of Erie 
County [N. Y.]. 59 Alb. L. J. 25 [1899]. 

Bugs and beasts before the law. [E. P. 
Evans] 11 Green Bag, 33 [1899]. 

BuUders of our law. 

I. Lord Selbome. Ill L. T. 498; 112 do. 

198 [1901]. 

II. Lord Justice Chitty. 112 L. T. 383 
[1902]. 

III. Lord Esher. 113 L. T. 38, 65; 36 
Am. L. Rev. 526 [1902]. 

IV. Lord Bowen. 113 L. T. 355 [1902]; 
37 Am. L. Rev. 69 [1903]. 

V. Lord Herschell. 113 L. T. 494 [1902]. 

VI. Charles Russell. 114 L.T. 314 [1903]. 

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

The Loan Association law. [Alex. M. Wool- 
folk] 35 Chic. Leg. N. 14 [1902]. 

Receiverships of building and loan associa- 
tions. [H. Chouteau Dyer] 48 Cent. 
L. J. 369 [1899]. 

Some recent New York decisions concerning 
the insolvency of building loan associa- 
tions. [Alfred J. Becker] 69 Alb. L. J. 
113 [1907]. 



Winding up of insolvent building and loan 
associations. [Leigh R. Page, Jr.] 7 
Va. L. Reg. 372 [1901]. 

BUILDINGS. 

Building agreements and bankruptcy. 105 
L. T. 6 [1898]. 

Building by-laws in rural districts. 65 J. P. 
593 [1901]. 

Building contracts. [H. H. Richardson] 
111 L. T. 371 [1901]. 

See22LsLW Notes [Gib.] 183 [1903]. 
Building line and exempted buildings. 63 
J. P. 3 [1899]. 

Building line outside the metropolis. 64 
J. P. 353 [1900]. 

Building notices and plans. 68 J. P. 615 [1904]. 
The effect of certificates in building contracts. 

105 L. T. 99 [1898]. 
Infringing the building line. 66 J. P. 1 [1902]. 
The law as to names of buildings. 109 L. T. 

29 [1900]. 
London building legislation and its adminis- 
tration. 71 J. P. 421. 433, 445 [1907]. 
On a clause in building contracts. 46 Sol. J. 

311 [1902]. 
The personal liability of the architect in 

building contracts. 104 L. T. 545 [1898]. 
The preservation of ancient buildings. 64 

J. P. 674 [1900]. 
Refusal to approve building plans. 71 J. P. 

543 [1907]. 
Specific performance of building contracts. 

[A. S. Thompson] 56 Cent. L. J. 4 

[1903]. 
The supervision and regulation of building 

operations as exercised by the Edinburgh 

Dean of Guild Court. [David Lyon] 106 

L. T. 486, 511 [1899]. 
Butler, Justice. Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 

403 [1904]. 
Bullymore, Charles L. [1859-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 

L. J. 67 [1899]. 
Bunn, Romanzo, Judge. Sketch. 32 Chic. 

Leg. N. 96 [1899]. 
Burden of proof. 67 J. P. 529 [1903]. 

— in actions against carriers for injury to 

passengers and damage to freight. 
[R. O. Summerville] 60 Cent. L. J. 123 
[1905]. 

— in bailment. [Irving Browne] 49 Cent. 

L. J. 61 [1899]. 



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CALIFORNIA 



Burden of proof in cases of marine disaster. 
[Frederic Cunningham] 39 Am. L. 
Rev. 178 [1906). 

— in certain civil actions. [R. W. Winston] 

1 N. C. Jni. of Uw, 6 [1904]. 

BURIAL. 

The inddento of burial. 63 J. P. 65 [1899]. 

Law to prevent premature burial. [H. Gerald 
Chapin] 16 Med. Leg. Jour. 1 [1898]. 

Legislation regarding death and burial needed. 
[Henry J. Garrigues] 16 Med. Leg. 
Jour. 21 [1898]. 

A man's right to be buried in a parish church- 
yard. 14 Scot. L. Rev. 145 [1898]. 

Premature burial. 118 L. T. 509 [1905]. 
Right of burial in a country graveyard. 32 
Jr. L. T. 33 [1898]. 

BURIAL GROUNDS. 

Closed churchyards and highways. 44 Sol. 
J. 697 [1900]. 

The compensation payable for disused burial 

grounds. 67 J. P. 231 [1903]. 
A grave problem. [W. Archibald McClean] 

14 Green Bag, 586 [1902]. 
Position and site of burial grounds. 62 J. P. 

593 [1898]. 
Sites for burial grounds and cemeteries. 70 

J. P. 289 [1906]. 
The utilization of disused burial grounds. 

64 J. P. 163 [1900]. 
Burket, Jacob L. [1837-1906.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 51 Ohio L. B. 413 [1906]. 
Burr, Aaron, [1756-1836] The trial of. 

[James Alston CabeU] 2 Brief, 83 [1900]. 

— as a lawyer. [Eugene L. Didier] 14 

Green Bag, 451 [1902]. 

— The career of, — an episode in American 

history. [E. A. Otis] 33 Chic. Leg. N. 
239 [1901]. 

— Trial and character of. [John S. Stevens] 

33 Chic. Leg. N. 397 [1901]. 
Burton, Sir Gewge, [1819-1901] life and 

work. [George Martin Rae] 22 Can. 

L. T. 195 [1902]. 
Business policies inconsistent with public 

employment. [Bruce Wynum] 20 Harv. 

L. Rev. 511 [1907]. 
BuUo-, William Allen. [1825-1902.] Me- 
morial of. 64 Alb. L. J. 394 [1902]. 
Button, FraniL H. [1868-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

68 [1899]. 



BYE-LAWS. 

Building bye-laws and continuing offences. 
64 J. P. 3 [1900]. 

Building bye-laws in rural districts. 65 J. P. 
593 [1901]. 

Bye-laws. 62 J. P. 226 [1898]; 47 Sol. J. 577 
[1903]. 

Bye-laws and offensive language. 65 J. P. 803 
[1901]. 

Bye-laws as to incombustible materials. 64 
J. P. 35 [1900]. 

Bye-laws, reasonable and unreasonable. 69 
J. P. 362 [1905]. 

County bye-laws. 42 Sol. J. 504 [1898]. 

County bye-laws and their enforcement. 33 
Ir. L. T. 521 [1899]. 

Enforcement of bye-laws. 67 J. P. 159 [1903]. 
Model bye-laws. [Wm. Percy Pain] 25 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 206 [1900]. 
Proof of bye-laws. 69 J. P. 481 [1905]. 
Unreasonable bye-laws. 68 J. P. 98 [1904]. 
Bjies, Sir John Barnard. [1801-1844.] 

Biographical sketch, with portrait. 11 

Green Bag, 485 [1899]. 
Byrne, Sir Edmund Widdrington, Justice. 

[1844-1904.] Obituary. 116L. T. 530; 

48 Sol. J. 380 [1904]. 

— The late Mr. Justice Byrne at the bar. 

48 Sol. J. 393 [1904]. 
Byrne, John Alexander, K. C. [1824- 

1902.] Obituary. 36 Ir. L.T. 116 [1902], 
C. L F. and F. O. B. contracts. Ill L. T. 26 

[1901]. 
"C. O. D.", What is meant by, 64 Alb. L. 

J. 211 [1902]. 
Caesar Bonesea. [Thomas Baling Bridge- 
water] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 219 [1907]. 
Calhoun, John C. [1782-1850.] A sketch 

and criticism. [Walter L. Miller] 59 

Alb. L. J. 17, 129 [1899]. 
Calhoun as a lawyer and statesman. [Walter 

L. MiUo-] 11 Green Bag, 197, 269, 326, 

371, 419 [1899]. 
Calhoun as orator and writer. [Walter L. 

Miller] 33 Am. L. Rev. 531 [1899]. 

— And the labor question. [E. Parmalee 

Prentice] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 44 [1900]. 
CALIFORNIA. 
California statute of uses and trusts. [John 

Currey] 36 Am. L. Rev. 641 [1902]. 
California wives must support husbands. 

15 Nat. Corp. Rep. 266 [1897]. 



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65 



CANADA 



Does the school board of San Francisco 
County, California, consist of the Presi- 
dent and Senate of the United States? 
[Victor E. Ruehl] 7 Brief, 13 [1907]. 

Has the State of California the right to ex- 
clude Japanese subjects from the public 
schoob? [Warren Tubbs] 7 Brief, 196 
[1907-8]. 

Lynch law in California. 14 Green Bag, 291 
[1902]. 

Married women's rights in community prop- 
erty under the law of California. 
[William B. Bosley] 10 Yale L. J. 236 
[1901]. 

Rights of an unborn child — a California 
puzzle. 27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 230 [1903]. 

Schooling rights under treaty with Japan. 
[Simeon E. Baldwin] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 
86 [1907]. 

The segregation of Japanese students by the 
school authorities of San Francisco. 
[Charles Cheney Hyde] 19 Green Bag, 
38 [1907]. 

Calvo and the "Calvo Doctrine." [Percy 
BordweU] 18 Green Bag, 377 [1906]. 

Calvo and Drago doctrines. [Amos S. 

Hershey] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 26 [1907]. 
Camden, Lord, Charles Pratt, [1714-1794]: 

The rival of Lord Mansfield. 106 L. T. 

198 [1898]. 
— Chief Justice and Lord Chancellor. 106 

L. T. 268 [1899]. 
Campbell, James Valentine. [1823-1890.] 

Biographical sketch. [C. A. Kent] 5 

Mich. L. Rev. 161 [1906]. 
Campbell, R. Vary. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 17 Scot. L. Rev. 343 

[1901]. 
CANADA. 
The administration of the old r^me in 

Canada. [Robt. Stanley Weir] 3 Rev. 

Leg. 28. 73 [1897]. 
Bankruptcy legislation in Canada. [D. E. 

Thomson] 1 Can. L. Rev. 173 [1902]. 
Canada Companies Act, 1902. [Charles M. 

Holt] 2 Can. L. Rev. 71 [1902]. 
Canadian copyright in its constitutional 

and international aspects. [A. R. Clute] 

24 Can. L. T. 307. 347 [1904]. 
Canadian copyright in its constitutional 

and international aspects. [John G. 

O'Donoghue] 37 Can. L. J. 370 [1901]. 



Canadian Fisheries appeal. [C. B. Labatt] 
34 Can. L. J. 677 [1898]. 

— a reply and rejoinder. [A. H. F. Lefroy] 

34 Can. L. J. 763; 14 Law Q. Rev. 386; 
[C. B. Labatt] 34 Can. L. J. 768 [1898]. 

Civil law and the common law in Canada. 
[F. P. Walton] 11 Jurid. Rev. 282; 5 
Rev. L^. 329 [1899]. 

Comparative constitutional law of the United 
States and Canada. [David Mills] 7 
Am. Law. 190 [1899]. 

Criminal law of Canada. [N. W. Hoyles] 38 
Can. L. J. 225 [1902]. 

Devolution of Estates Act. [F. P. Betts] 
20 Can. L. T. 215 [1900]. 

Dominion and provincial companies. [F. H. 
BeU] 38 Can. L. J. 740 [1902]. 

Dominion Railway Act, Sec. 246. Notice, 
condition, and declaration. (A. Rives 
Hall] 3 Can. L. Rev. 495 [1904]. 

The election law. [A. McLeod] 41 Can. L. 

J. 193 [1905]. 
Emigration of pauper children to Canada. 

62 J. P. 65 [1898]. 
Extra-territorial criminal legislation of Can- 
ada. [Frank A. An^lin] 19 Can. L. T. 

1, 38 [1899]. 
Fact and fiction in the Canadian constitution. 

[Robert T. Mullin] 7 Rev. Leg. 144 

[1901]. 
Improvements in the Canadian patent office. 

[F. B. Fetherstonhough 1 Can. L. 

Rev. 133 [1901]. 
Industrial peace legislation in Canada. [John 

King] 19 Green Bag. 694 [1907]. 
Is the English Army Act applicable to 

civilians in Canada? [W. £. Hodgins] 

39 Can. L. J. 604 [1908]. 
The Kingdom of Canada. [John S. Ewart] 

3 Can. L. Rev. 481, 530 [1904]. 
Law applicable to the militia of Canada. 

[W. E. Hodgins] 21 Can. L. T. 169 

[1901]. 
The law of divorce in Canada. [Robert T. 

Mullin] 7 Rev. Leg. 421 [1901]. 
Legal education in Canada. [N. W. Hoyles] 

19 Can. L. T. 261 [1899]. 

— 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 6 [1902]. 
Marriage laws of Canada. [George S. 

Holmested] 2 Can. L. Rev. 527 [1903]. 
Married Women's Property Act. [W. H. 
Trueman] 37 Can. L. J. 720 [I90I]. 



CANADA 



Modes of legbbtioii in OuuKk. lFt%d A« 
McCord] 2 J. Comp, Ug. o. t. 965 

[1897J. 

Money-Lendere act, 1906. |Goodwin Gib- 
•on] 43 Can. L. J, 1 [1907), 

Negligence of railway companies in Canada. 
[C. H. Maaten] 40 Can. L. J. 60, 215 
[1904]. 

New Canadianisro. [A. McLeod] 2 Can. L, 

Rev. 542 [1908]. 
North-Weat Autonomy. 3 Can. L. Rev. 581 

[1904]. 
Notice, condition, and declaration — Domin- 
ion Railway Act, Sec 246. [A. Rives 

HaU] 3 Can. L. Rev. 495 [1904]. 
Our Federal Constitution. [W. E. 0*Brieii] 

34 Can. L. J. 256 [1898]. 
Our rights in Hudson's Bay. (W.E. O'Brien] 

40 Can. L. J. 132 [1904]. 
Patent Act, (Canada) The. [J. L. Rose] 

2 Can. L. Rev. 191 [1903]. 
Plea for a uniform contract of fire insurance 

for Canada. [E. R. Cameron] 19 Can. 

L. T. 105 [1899]. 
The principle of sectarianism in the Canadian 

Constitution. [James Cappon] 4 Can. 

L. Rev. 303 [1906]. 
Progress of criminal legislation in Canada. 

[W. B. Wallace] 38 Can. L. J. 701 [1902]. 
Proposed amendments to the election law. 

(W. B. Wallace] 41 Can. L. J. 1 [1905]. 
Proposed amendments to the election law. 

[M. B. Jackson] 41 Can. L. J. 273 [1905]. 
Provisions of the British North America 

Act, for the uniformity of provincial 

laws. [B. Russell] 34 Can. L. J. 513 

[1898]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [Alexander 

Pullinft] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 102 

[1896]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 215 [1897]. 

— 1897. IT. Raleigh] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 147 

11899]. 

— 1H98. (J. A. Simon] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 530 

(1800]. 

— ' 1800. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 506 [1900]. 

— 1000. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 390 [1901]. 
- 1001. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 322 [1902]. 

1002. 5 J. Comp. I^. 409 [1904]. 

• HHki. 6J. Comp. Leg. 427 [1905]. 
HKM. 7 J. (^omp. I^. 196 [1906]. 

• lOOA. 7 J. ( omp. Leg. 505 [1906]. 
1U06. H J. Comp. Leg. 377 [1907]. 



CAPITAL PL^ISHMENT 

Rigbts and fiabffities of foreign insurance 
companies in Canada. [B. Lefleur] 5 
Can. L. Rev. 249 [1906). 

The senate and the ooostitutioa. [W. E. 
0*Brtai) 35 Can. L. J. 53 [1899]. 

The settlement of the French shore question, 
and union between Canada and New- 
foundland. [D. W. Prowse] 3 Can. L. 
Rev. 343 [1904]. 

Status of Canadian Queen*s Counsel. [Al- 
bert Swindlehurst] 14 Law Q. Rev 
195 [1898]. 

Suggested amendment to the election law. 
[C. B. Labatt] 43 Can. L. J. 6 [1907]. 

Uniformity in provincial laws. [R. B. 
Henderson] 19 Can. L. T. 209 [1899]. 

Uniformity of provincial laws. [B. Russell] 
1 Can. L. Rev. 5 [1901]. 

A united British North America. [William 
N. Ponton] 3 Can. L. Rev. 283 [1904]. 

CANALS. 

Rating of canals. 66 J. P. 417 [1902]. 

Candy, Edward Townshend. Sketch, 
with portrait. 5 Bom. L. R. 97 [1903]. 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 

The law of South Africa. [Sir Henry De 
VUllers] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 9 [1901]. 

Review of legislation. 1895. [Sir Courtenay 
Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 90 [1896]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 204 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 124 [1899]. 

— 1898. [Israel Davis] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 520 

[1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 585 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 375 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 299 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 380 [1904]. 

— 1903. [Attorney General] 6 J. Comp. 

Leg. 391 [1905]. 

— 1904. [Victor Sampson) 7 J. Comp. Leg. 

157 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 473 [1906]. 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. 

Abolition of capital punishment. [James H. 

Vahey] 19 Green Bag, 359 [1907]. 
Abolidon of capital punishment in France. 

[Maynard Shipley] 41 Am. L. Rev. 561 

[1907]. 
Abolition of capital punishment in Italy and 

San Marino. [Maynard Shipley] 40 

Am. L. Rev. 240 [1906]. 
Capital punishment. [F. S. Key Smith] 

59 Alb. L. J. 232, 240, 256, 286, 303 [1899]. 




CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 



67 



CARRIERS 



Capital punishment and crime. 59 Alb. L. 

J. 216 [1899]. 
Study of capital punishment. [Joseph M. 

SuUlTan] 3 Can. L. Rev. 515 [1904]. 

Caricaturists and the law: I. 107 L. T. 278; 
II. "H. B." and others. 107 L. T. 439 
[1899]. 

CARRIERS. 

See also Railroads; Street Railroads. 
Agreed valuation as affecting the liability 
of common carriers for n^ligence. 
[Henry Wolf Bikl6] 21 Harv. L. Rev. 

32 [1907]. 
The beginning of liability of a carrier of goods. 
[Josepb H. Beale, Jr.] 15 Yale L. J. 207 
[1906]. 
Burden of proof in actions against carriers 
for injury to passengers and damages 
to freight. [R. O. Summenrille] 60 
Cent. L. J. 123 [1906]. 
Carriers by water — their relations with 
passengers. [Solon D. WUson] 52 Cent. 
L. J. 65. 83 [1901]. 

Carriers contracting against liability for 
negligence. [James M. Kerr] 59 Alb 
L. J. 165 [1899]. 

Carrier's liability for negligence. [A. Rives 
HaU] 6 Rev. Leg. 97 [1900]. 

Chief Justice Marshall on the federal regula- 
tion of interstate carriers. [E. Par- 
malee Prentice] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 77 
[1905]. 

Contracts limiting carrier's liability in Vir- 
ginia. [Wm. H. Werth] 9 Va. L. Reg. 
73 [1903]. 

Common carriers in France. [B. H. Conner] 
19 Green Bag, 475 [1907]. 

Contracts limiting liability of carriers for 
negligent injury to free passengers. 
[S. S. Lambeth, Jr.] 8 Va. L. Reg. 471 
[1902]. 

Creation of the relation of carrier and pas- 
senger. [Joseph H. Beale, Jr.] 19 
Harv. L. Rev. 250 [1906]. 

Delay on railways. 109 L. T. 505 [1900]. 

Delay to passengers on railways. 110 L. T. 
212 [1901]. 

An elevator not a common carrier. 22 Nat. 
Corp. Rep. 652 [1901]. 

Employers* Liability Act affecting common 
carriers is unconstitutional. [Gerald 
B. Winston and Blaclcbum Esterline] 
63 Cent. L. J. 278 [1906]. 



Excess fares. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 243 [1903]. 
Growth of the power of contract in the history 

of the liability of common carriers. 

[Hugh E. Willis] 5 Brief, 231 [1905]. 

The Harter act. [Fredericic Green] 16 Harv. 
L. Rev. 157 [1903]. 

Harter act and bills of lading legislation. 
[F. Sieveldng.] 16 Yale L. J. 25 [1906]. 
The incidence of risk of goods during transit 
under a "C. I. F." contract. [J. Meillon] 
3 Com. L. Rev. 241 [1906]. 
International railway transport. [G. G. 
PhiUimore] 5 J. Comp. L^. 287 [1904]. 
Invalidity of interstate railway transporta- 
tion contracts. [M. C. Freerlu] 64 
Cent. L. J. 29 [1907]. 
Jurisdiction and practice under the act of 
Congress, approved June 11, 1906, 
relating to the liability of commn carriers 
to their employees. [John T. Harris] 
12 Va. L. Reg. 866 [1907]. 
Law of common carriers of goods as developed 
by the Supreme Court of Ohip. [E. H. 
Hopkins] 5 West. Res. L. J. 141 [1899]. 
Liability of railway companies for the loss of 
passengers' luggage. 32 Ir. L. T. 349, 
359 [1898]. 
Liability of railway companies under special 
conditions attaching to carriage of goods 
at reduced rates. 35 Ir. L. T. 79 [1901]. 
Liability of a railway company for damage 
to a bicycle accompanied by a passenger. 
39 Ir. L. T. 159 [1905]. 
Liability of receiving carrier for loss beyond its 
own line — constitutionality of the Vir- 
ginia act. [A. W. Patterson] 11 Va. L. 
R<^. 791 [1906]. 
Limitation of carrier's common law liability 
in bills of lading. [John G. Haythe] 8 
Va. L. Reg. 849 [1903]. 
Methods of ascertaining the cost of carriage. 
[John B. Daish] 19 Green Bag, 165 [1907]. 
Municipal corporations as common carriers. 

70 J. P. 84 [1906]. 
The presumption and burden of proof in 
actions against carriers. [W. F. Schua"- 
meyer] 67 Alb. L. J. 136 [1905]. 
Presumptions and burden of proof in actions 
against carriers for injury to passengers 
and damage to freight. [R. O. Summer- 
viUe] 60 Cent. L. J. 123 [1905]. 
Presumptive negligence of carriers. [James 
M. Kerr] 59 Alb. L. J. 145 [1899]. 



CARRIERS 



CENSORS 



Public duty of the conunoa carrier in relatioo 
to dependent Bervices. [Bmoe Wymui] 
17 Green Bag. 570 [1905]. 

Railway companies and drunken passengetiK. 
99 Ir. L. T. 331 [1905]. 

Railway paMengers* luggage. 106 L. T. 496 
[1899]. 

Railway passengers' personal luggage. [G. 
Addlaon Smith] 33 Law Mag. and Rev. 

13 [1907]. 

A railway ticket. [F. T. H. Henle] 118 L. T. 
534 [1905]. 

Rights of railway passengers in respect of 
unpunctuality. [W. M. Acwortli] 3 
J. Comp. Leg. 31 [1901]. 

Shipowner's lien for freight. [G. D. Keogh] 

14 Uw Q. Rev. 143 [1898]. 

Standing or plying for hire. 62 J. P. 802 
[1898]. 

Substituted freight. [H. Birch Sharpe] 
20 Uw Q. Rev. 160 [1904]. 

Termination of extraordinary liability of 
earner of freight. [Arthur P. Will] 53 
Cent. L. J. 304 [1901]. 

The through carriage of goods. 2 N. Ir. Jur. 
7 [1901]. 

The validity of state statutes prohibiting 
contracts of exemption by carriers 
concerning interstate commerce. [J. 
R. Tucker] 12 Va. L. Reg. 1 [1906]. 

When negligence of carrier will render him 
liable for loss of goods caused by act 
of God. [John T. MarshaU] 61 Cent. 
L. J. 84 [1906]. 

Who are passengers? [W. C. Rogers] 54 
Cent. L. J. 86; 1 Can. L. Rev. 231 [1902]. 

Carter, James C. [1827-1905.] Bio- 

graphical sketch, with portrait. [WU- 
liam B. Homblower] 17 Green Bag, 
681 [1905]. 

— Obituary. 67 Alb. L. J. 80 [1905]. 

— Obituary. [Carum Patteson] 11 Va. 

L. Reg. 12 [1905]. 

Carter, Capt. John, vs. ihe Province of 
Massachusetts Bay, [Louis Craift Cor- 
nish] 12 Green Bag, 333 [1900]. 

Carter, The case of Captain. Note. 33 Am. 
L. Rev. 917 [1899]. 

Carter, OrHn N., Judge. [1854-19—.] 
Biographical sketch. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 
191 [1902]. 



Carter* Onte N. S 4 rirh , 



portrait. 38 



Chk. Leg. N. 994 [1905]. 

; Walter Stcvbcn. [1833-1904.] 
A wdl-laiown lawyer liofioced. 9 Am. 
Law. 104 [1901). 

— Obituary. 38 Am. L. Rev. 584 [1904]. 

Cartwright, James Hcmy* Judge. [1842- 
19^.] Sketdi, with portrait. 38 Chic. 
Leg. N. 391 [1905]. 

Gary, John W. [1817-1895.] A great cor- 
pocadon bwyer. [Doane Mowry] 14 
Gieen Bag, 507 [1902]. 

Case bw. [F. Cooper] 9 Bom. L. Rep. 57 
[1907]. 

— Basis of. [A. H. F. Lcfroy] 22 Uw Q. 

Rev. 293. 416 [1906]. 

Case method. [Paul Howland] 4 West. 

Res. L. J. 29 [1898]. 
See also Legal Education. 
Cases from the oki English law reports. 

[A. Wood Renton]. 

I. Fraud on marital rights. 13 Green Bag, 

344 [1901]. 

II. Disputes about church property. 13 
Green Bag, 404 [1901]. 

III. Contracts impossible of performance. 
[Max A. Robertson] 14 Green Bag, 
184 [1902]. 

Cass, Lewis, [1782-1866] as a lawyer. [Eu- 
gene L. Didier] 16 Green Bag, 573 [1904]. 

Casson, Henry. [-1902.] Obituary. 47 
Sol. J. 8 [1902]. 

Cause c6Ubre, A coming. [John DeMor- 
^n] 11 Green Bag, 255 [1899]. 

Caution in factories and curatories. 17 
Scot. L. Rev. 37 [1901]. 

— For factors and curators. 20 Scot. L. 

Rev. 193 [1904]. 

Caveat emptor. History of, in titles to 
personal property. [Charles Henry 
Tuttle] 63 Alb. L. J. 21 [1901]. 

Caveat venditor. [Silas Alward] 36 Can. 
L. J. 399 [1900]. 

CawdeU, James Martin. [1782-1842.] 
Biographical sketch. [J. Cleland Ham- 
ilton] 5 Can. L. Rev. 81 [1906]. 

Cenci, Beatrice, The crime and trial of. 
[H. Gerald Chapin] 12 Green Bag, 631 
[1900]. 

CENSORS. 

The censorship of stage plays. [W. F. 
Craies] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 196 [1907]. 



CENSORS 



CHARITIES 



Origin and growth of the censorship of plays. 
124 L. T. 130 [1907). 

Central American peace conference of 1907. 
[James Brown Scott] 2 Am. J. Int. L. 
121 [1908]. 

Central Criminal Courts, The new. 
[Godfrey Pinkerton]. 19 Green Bag, 
225 [1907]. 

— The opening of the. [Percy A. Atherton] 

19 Green Bag. 231 [1907]. 

Centralization, and the law. (Harrey N. 
Shepard] 18 Green Bag, 88 [1906]. 

— by construction and interpretation of the 

constitution. [John M. Dicldnaon] 
69 Alb. L. J. 98 [1907]. 

Century of English judicature. [Van 
Vechten Veeder] 13 Green Bag, 23, 

75. 131, 303, 355, 391. 435. 479. 527. 573 
[1901]; 14 do. 27, 71 [1902]. 

Century of federal judicature. [Van Vech- 
ten Veeder] 15 Green Bag, 17, 71. 127, 
181, 223, 281, 323, 377, 419 [1903]. 

Century of "judge-made" law. [William 
B. Homhlower] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 453 
[1907]. 

CERTIORARI. 

Appeal in cases of certiorari. 36 Ir. L. T. 229 
[1902]. 

Certiorari and the Local Government act. 
35 Ir. L. T. 555 [1901]. 

Certiorari to licensing justices. 62 J. P. 
194, 433 [1898]; 70 J. P. 325 [1906]. 

How three writs of certiorari were disregarded. 
[William Nelaon] 27 N. J. L. J. 4 [1904]. 

The law of certiorari in the province of Mani- 
toba. [M. G. Nacneil] 6 Can. L. Rev. 
285 [1906]. 

Mistake in record of petty sessions order. 
40 Ir. L. T. 33 [1906]. 

Present scope of certiorari. [Nathan New- 
mark] 49 Cent. L. J. 406 [1899]. 

Remedy by certiorari in New York for illegal 
assessment. [Julian T. Davies] 1 
Colum. L. Rev. 419 [1901]. 

CEYLON. 

Application of European law to natives of 
Ceylon. [L. B. Clarence] 1 J. Comp. 
Leg. o. s. 227 [1897]. 

Modes of l^islation in the British colonies; 
Ceylon. [C. P. Layard] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 
98 [1900]. 



Review of Legislation. [Albert Gray] 1895, 

1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 18 [1897]; 1896. 

2 do. 151 [1897]; 1897, 1 do. n. s. 96 
[1899]; 1898, 1 do. n. s. 471 [1899]. 

— 1899. [F. H. M. Corbet] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

545 [1900]. 

— 1900. [F. H. M. Corbet and R. F. 

Houto-] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 319 [1901]. 

— 190L 4 J. Comp. Leg. 240 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 340 [1904]. 

— 1906. [Herman A. Looa] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 

290 [1907]. 
CHANCERY. 
See Equity. 
Change of venue on defendant's application. 

[Aleiander MacGregor] 38 Can. L. J. 

433 [1902]. 
CHANNEL ISLANDS. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [Sir Courtenay 

Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 5 [1897]. 

— 1899. [E. T. NicoUe] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 538 

[1900h 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 234 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 333 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 335 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 80 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 424 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 286 [1907]. 

Chapin, Chester W. (1875-1&— .] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 
Alb. L. J. 68 [1899]. 

Charities. 

Bequests to voluntary associations. 35 

Ir. L. T. 451 [1901]. 
The Cambuslang subscription case. [A. D. 

Donald] 16 Scot. L. Rev. 152 [1900]. 
Charitable and religious trusts. [Albert M. 

Friedenberg] 64 Alb. L. J. 347 [1902]. 
Charitable bequests. [Ralph E. Lum] 26 

N. J. L. J. 67 [1903]. 
Charitable bequests void for uncertainty of 

object. [Padmanbha Chari] 4 Alia. L. 

J. 287 [1907]. 
Charitable Loan Fund Societies. I. Miscel- 
lany. 41 Ir. L. T. 103. II. The statutes, 

41 do. 113. 125, 131. III. Cases. 41 do. 

137, 143, 149 [1907]. 
Charitable uses in New York. [Robert 

Ludlow Fowler] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 10 

[1902]. 
Ecclesiastical charities. 62 J. P. 306 [1898] 
Industrial and provident societies. 41 Ir. 

L. T. 97 [1907]. 



CHARITIES 



70 



CHINA 



Jurisdiction of the Charity Commissioners. 
123 L. T. 315 [1907]. 

L^^ades for masses. 32 Ir. L. T. 221 [1898]. 

Modem law of charities as derived from the 
statute of charitable uses. [Rupert 
S. Holland] 52 Am. L. Reg. 201 [1904]. 

Non-liability of charitable and eleemosynary 
institutions for negligence causing per- 
sonal injury or death. [Wm. B. Morris] 
53 Cent. L. J. 224 [1901]. 

Parish councils and charities. 43 Sol. J. 58 
[1898]. 

Rule in the Clarkson House cases. [F. 
Dwight] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 556 [1906]. 

Subscriptions and contributions to charitable 
enterprises. [Emilie M. Bullowa] 67 
Alb. L. J. 70 [1905]. 

Title of purchasers from charities. 114 
L. T. 121 [1902]. 

Torts of charitable institutions maintained 
by taxation. Wm. B. Morris] 53 Cent. 
L. J. 62 [19011. 

Chase, Salmond Portland* [1808-1873.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 
[Francis R. Jones] 14 Green Bag, 155 
[1902]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 8 Case and Com. 

1 [1901]. 

Chase, Samuel, [1741-1811] the impeach- 
ment of. [Alexander Pope Humphrey] 
33 Am. L. Rev. 827; 5 Va. L. Reg. 281 
[1899]; 8 Am. Law. 57 [1900]. 

CHATTEL MORTGAGES. 

Chattel mortgages on shifting stocks of 
goods. [J. A. Powell] 32 Chic. Leg. N. 
115 [1899]. 

Conflict of law as to sale of live stock in one 
state held under chattel mortgage in 
another. [J. W. Mariey] 54 Cent. L. 
L. 443 [1902]. 

Effect of foreign chattel mortgages upon the 
rights of subsequent purchasers and 
creditors. [Marion Grifl&n] 4 Mich L. 
Rev. 358 [1906]. 

The insecurity clause in chattel mortgages. 
[Victor D. Cronk] 67 Alb. L. J. 181[1905]. 

Rights of chattel mortgagee after the death 
of the mortgagor. [H. A. Smith[ 5 
Okla. L. J. 157 [1906]. 

Chattels real and intestacy — statutes of 
Umitation. 37 Ir. L. T. 276 [1903]. 

— and the statute of limitations. 35 Ir. L. 

T. 545 [1901]. 



Cheating in Indian criminal law. [Satya 
Chandra Mukerji] 3 Alia. L. J. 49, 11 
[1906]. 

CHECKS OR CHEQUES. 

See Bills and Notes. Banks and Banking. 

Cheek versus Siam. [Warner F. Sutton] 

58 Alb. L. J. 53 [1898]. 
Chdsea, Vermont. A story of a rural 

shire. [Hale K. Darling] 15 Green Bag, 

522 [1903]. 
Chester, Cari T. [1853-19—.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 50 

[1899]. 
Chicago drainage canal litigation in U. S. 

Supreme Court. [George C. Lay] 63 

Alb. L. J. 311 [1901]. 
— Smoke nuisance as a regulation of Inter- 
state commerce. [Flora V. Woodward 

Tibbits] 53 Cent. L. J. 443 [1901]. 
CHILD LABOR LAW. 

See Infants; Master and Servant. 
CHILDREN. 
See Infants; Juvenile Courts; Juvenile 

Offenders. 
ChUds, Henry A. [1837-1906.] Obituary. 

68 Alb. L. J. 142 [1906]. 

Child, Milford W. [1869-19—.] Biograph- 
cali sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

69 [1899]. 
CHINA. 

China and international law. [Dr. George 

JeUinsk] 35 Am. L. Rev. 56 [1901]. 
China and Japan: a contrast. [Theodore 

S. Woolsey] 10 Yale L. J. 46 [1900]. 
Chinese commentary on the German civil 

code. [Ernest J. Schusto-] 8 J. Comp. 

Leg. 247 [1907]. 
Chinese conveyancing. [John D. S. Cook] 

36 Am. L. Rev. 825 [1902]. 
Chinese jurisprudence. [Wm. Ting-Fang] 

63 Alb. L. J. 49; 35 Am. L. Rev. 343; 

1 So. L. Rev. 271; 111 L. T. 256. 278 

[1901]. 
Chinese police. [Andrew T. Sibbald] 14 

Green Bag, 284 [1902]. 
Extra-territorial jurisdiction in China. [Gus- 

tavus Ohlinger] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 340 

[1906]. 
Government of the foreigners in China. 

[A. M. Latter] 19 Law Q. Rev. 316 [1903). 
Landmarks of Chinese law. [Vincent van 

Marten Beede] 14 Green Bag, 466, 534, 

578 [1902]. 



CHINA 



71 



CITIZENS 



The paternal power in Chinese law. [Chariea 
Henry Huberich] 14 Jurid. Rev. 378 
[1902]. 

Principles of Chinese law and equity. [Ed- 
ward H. Parker] 22 Law Q. Rev. 190 
[1906]. 

Rights of foreigners to reside and hold land in 

China. [Louis Napier Richards] 15 

Harv. L. Rev. 191 [1901]. 
Chin^maii before the Supreme Court. 

[B. Frank Dake] 67 Alb. L. J. 258 [1905]. 
Chitty, Joseph William, Lord Justice. 

[1828-1899.1 Obituary. 15UwQ. Rev. 

128; 43 Sol. J. 256 [1899]. 

— Builder of our law. 112 L. T. 383 [1902]. 
Choate, Joseph H. [1832-1917.] [Frank 

A. Munsey] [From Munsey's Mag.] 15 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 737 [1898]. 

— Ambassador to England. 59 Alb. L. J. 

152 [1899]. 

— Personal characteristics and anecdotes of. 

59 Alb. L. J. 176 [1899]. 

— Speech at farewell banquet at Lincoln's 

Inn Hall. 39 Am. L. Rev. 564 [1905]. 

— The American ambassador. [Portrait.] 

[R. Newton Crane] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 155 
[1901]. 

— "Joe" Choate back in harness. [Paul 

Dandby] 17 Am. L^. N. 261 [1906]. 
Choate, Rufus.- [1799-1859.] A reminis- 
cence of. 33 Am. L. Rev. 564 [1899]. 

— Biographical sketch with portrait. 

[Joseph B. Moors] 15 Green Bag, 399 
[1903]. 

— Historical address at unveiling of statue of. 

[Joseph H. Choate] 6 Am. Law. 451; 
31 Chic. Leg. N. 100; 58 Alb. L. J. 298 
[1898]. 

— [N. J. D. Kennedy] 11 Jurid. Rev. 113 

[1899]. 
CHOSE IN ACTION. 
Absolute assignments of choses in action. 

46 Sol. L. 731, 738 [1902]. 
Assignments of choses in action. 105 L. T. 

220 [1898]; 108 L. T. 436 [1900]. 

— [W. R. Anson] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 90 [1901]. 
Consideration and the assignment of choses in 

action. [Edward Jenlcs] 16 Law Q. Rev. 
241 [1900]. 
Christian, Jolin Beverly. [1796-1856.] 
Judge. Biographical sketch, with por- 
trait. [George L. Cliristian] 6 Va. L. 
Reg. 205 [1900]. 



Cliristian science and religious liberty. 
[Edward W. Dickey] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 
261 [1906]. 

— and the law. [Maritz Ellin&er] 17 Med. 
Leg. J. 175 [1899]; [Howard ElUs] 17 
Med. Leg. J. 181 [1899]; [Carol Norton] 
17 Med. Leg. J. 186 [1899]; [H. Gerald 
Chapin] 17 Med. Leg. J. 199 [1899]; 
[Jolm Carroll Lathrop] 17 Med. Leg. 
J. 196 [1899]; William A. Purrington] 
7Am. Law. 5[1899]; [IrWng E. Camp- 
beU] 10 Va. L. Reg. 285 [1904]. 

Christian Scientists and the law. [Walter 

Mills] 4 Can. L. Rev. 435 [1905]. 
Christiancy, Isaac Packham. [1812- 

1890.] Biographical sketch. [Joseph 

B. Moore] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 231 [1907]. 
Christianity and the common law. [Arthur 

William Barber] 14 Green Bag, 267 

[1902]. 
— and the law. [Andrew Aleiander Bruce] 

64 Cent. L. J. 247 [1907]. 
See Common Law. 
Church and state in France. [John 

Carmont] 19 Jurid. Rev. 134 [1907]. 
Cicero. [P. W. Meldrim] 1 Am. Law Sch. 

Rev. 285 [1905]. 
Circuit system, A plea for the. [W. Grant- 
ham] 1 Can. L. Rev. 181 [1902]. 
Cited, The. [Gewge H. Westley] 13 Green 

Bag, 486 [1901]. 
CITIES. 

See Municipal Corporations. 
CITIZENS. 

See also Aliens. 
Anglo-Saxon citizenship. [Louis Dyer] 3 

Barrister, 107 [1897]. 
British nationality and naturalization. [G. 

Addison Smith] 18 Jurid. Rev. 272 

[1906]. 
Changes in the allegiance and laws of Colonial 

New York. [Lee M. Friedman] 15 

Harv. L. Rev. 810 [1902]. 
Citizenship and the age of maturity. [S. B. 

Livin^ton] 59 Alb. L. J. 228 [1899]. 
Citizenship and allegiance. [John W. Sal- 

mond] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 270 [1901]; 18 

do. 48 [1902]. 
Citizenship and allegiance in contltutional and 

international law. [W. W. Willoughby] 

1 Am. J. Int. L. 914 [1907]. 
Citizenship in our new possessions. 59 Alb. 

L. J. 247 [1899]. 



CITIZENS 



72 



CIVIL RIGHTS 



Citizenship in ceded territory. [James W. 
StiUman] 11 Green Bag, 203 [1899]. 

Citizenship of the United States as a legal 
status. [Emlin McClain] 36 Chic. 
Leg. N. 350 [1904]; 13 Am. Uw. 67 
[1905]. 

Civil and political status of inhabitants of 
ceded territories. [Alexander Porter 
Morse] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 262 [1900]. 

Civil duties of the American citizen: a plea 

for patriotism. [Julie Caroline O'Hara] 

66 Alb. L. J. 304 [1904]. 
The colonial conference and naturialization. 

[E. L. de Hart] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 135 

[1907]. 
Corporate citizenship a legal fiction. [R. M. 

Benjamin] 65 Cent. L. J. 138; 69 Alb. 

L. J. 263 [1907]. 
Diplomatic protection of citizens abroad. 

[Gaston de Leva!] 42 L. J. 607 [1907]. 
Emancipation and citizenship. [Gordon 

E. Sherman] 15 Yale L. J. 263 [1906]. 
English law of nationality and naturaliza- 
tion. [Edward Lewis de Hart] 2 J. 

Comp. L^. 11 [1900]. 
The evolution and basis of our nationality. 

[Joseph Culhertson Clayton] 24 N. 

J. L. J. 579; 63 Alb. L. J. 305 [1901]. 
Evolution of American citizenship. [Wil- 
liam L. Scrubs] 1 So. L. Rev. 182 

[1901]. 
Foot notes on American citizenship. [Wil- 
liam L. Scruggs] 15 Green Bag, 84 

[1903]. 
The law of naturalization. [Henry Stoclc- 

hridge] 17 Green Bag, 644 [1905]. 
Municipal government and its demands upon 

good citizenship. [Edwin F. Sweet] 9 

Yale L. J. 73 [1899]. 
Nationality, domicil, and the personal statute. 

[Wm. Galhraith Miller] 15 Jurid. Rev. 

113 [1903]. 
Natural-bom citizen of the United States. 

Eligibility for the ofHce of president. 

[Alexander Porter Morse] 66 Alb. L. 

J. 99 [1904]. 
Naturalization. [Henry Stoclchridge] 13 

Am. Law. 419 [1905]. 
Naturalization in the colonies. [F. R. San- 
derson] 14 Jurid. Rev. 299 [1902]. 
Personal character as a responsibility of 

citizenship. [David J. Brewer] 10 Yale 

L. J. 228 [1901]. 



Personal character as a responsiblity of 
citizenship. [David J. Brewer] 63 Alb. 
L. J. 327 [1901]. 

Privileges and immunities of citizens in the 
several states. (W. J. Meyers] 1 Mich. 
L. Rev. 286, 364 [1903]. 

Privileges and inununities of state citizenship. 
[Samuel C. Williams] 48 Cent. L. J. 
431 [1899]. 

The right of the American citizen to expatri- 
ate. [Glenda Burke Slasrmalcer] 37 
Am. L. Rev. 191 [1903]. 

Rights of inhabitants of acquired territory. 
[Darius H. Pingrey] 31 Chic. Leg. N. 
32 [1898]. 

The transfer of allegiance. [Manfred 
Nathan] 19 S. A. L. J. 58 [1902]. 

To what extent will a nation protect its 
citizens in foreign countries? [Ben- 
jamin F. Ahbott] 12 Am. Law. 475 
[1904]. 

CITY PLANNING. 

See Municipal Corporations. 

CirilLaw. 

Su Roman and Civil Law. 

CIVIL RIGHTS. 

See also Constitutional Law. 

Absolute rights and the coal strike. 1 Okla. 
L. J. 64 [1902]. 

Abusive exercise of rights according to French 
law. [M. S. Amos] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 453 
[1900]. 

Civil and political status of inhabitants of 
ceded territories. [Alexander Porter 
Morse ] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 262 [1900]. 

Claims arising from the American occupation 
of the Philippines. [W. F. Norris] 13 
Green Bag, 336 [1901]. 

Classification of rights and wrongs. [C. C. 
Langdell] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 537, 659 
[1900]. 

Coal mines and the law. [Bruce Wyman] 
14 Green Bag, 514 [1902]. 

— a word more. [H. W. Chapin] 14 do. 
570 [1902]. 

The development of personal liberty. [J. 
Cleland HamUton] 4 Can. L. Rev. 
173 [19051. 

Equal protection of the laws. [Isaac Frank- 
lin Russell] 64 Alb. L. J. 425 [1902]: 
6 Brief, 24 [1906]. 



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73 



CODES 



The evolution of a stranger's rights with 
special reference to Pennsylvania statute 
law. [Thomas Raebum White] 48 
Am. L. Reg. 65 [1900]. 

Fight for primitive rights. [Henry Bums 
Geer] 14 Green Bag, 486 [1902]. 

Rights of inhabitants of acquired territory. 
[Derius H. Pingrey] 31 Chic. Leg. N. 
32 [1898]. 

Votes of New River shareholders. 66 J. P. 
433 [1902]. 

Votes of New River shareholders and for 
pews. 66 J. P. 465 [1902] 

CIVIL SERVICE 
See Officers. 

Civil service reform. The future of. [Edward 
Cary] 9 Yale L. J. 246 [1900). 

Clarendon, Lord. Edward Hyde. [1608- 
1674.] A striking figure in the legal his- 
tory of England. [Edward Manson] 
120 L. T. 37 [1905] ; 40 Am. L. Rev. 883 
[1906]. 

Clark, Martin. |1855-1»— .] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 51 
[1899]. 

Clark, Rutherford, Lord. Biographical 
sketch. 12 Scot. L. Rev. 126 [1896]. 

Clarke, Samud B., and the Armstrong 
committee's life insurance l^islation. 
[James McKeen] 41 Am. L. Rev. 321 
[1907]. 

Clarkson Home cases, Rule in. [F. Dwight] 
6 Colum. L. Rev. 556 [1906]. 

Clasen, Jacob, Spanking of. [Lee M. 
Friedman] 13 Green Bag, 271 [1901]. 

Clay, Henry, [1777-1852] as a lawyer. 37 
Am. L. Rev. 1 [1903]. 

Clerk, John, [1757-1832] Lord Braxfield 
and. 123 L. T. 549 [1907]. 

CLERKS OF COURT. 

Justices* clerks and note- taking. 70 J. P. 
337 [1906]. 

Justices' clerks in boroughs without a com- 
mission of the peace. 64 J. P. 50 [1900]. 

Cleveland, Grovo-. [1837-1908.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [W. S. 
BisseU] 59 Alb. L. J. 32 [1899]. 

Cleveland, James Harlan. [1865-1906.] 
Memorial. 52 Ohio L. B. 40 [1907]. 

CLIENTS. 
See Attorney and Client ; Legal Profession. 

Clifford's Inn. [Hugh H. L. BeUot] 114 
L. T. 267 [1903]. 



Clinton, George. [1846-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 69 

[1899]. 
Clinton, Henry Laurens, Recollections and 

anecdotes of. 2 Law Notes [N. Y.] 124 

[1898]. 

Clinton, Speijcer. [1839-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 44 
[1899]. 

Clopton, John Bacon. [178^1860.] Judge. 

Biographical sketch, with portrait. 

[Charles M. Wallace, Jr.] 6 Va. L. Reg. 

505 [1900]. 
Close, Emory P. [1859-1^—.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 70 

[1899]. 
CLUBS. 

See also Associations. 
Bogus clubs and the licensing laws. [Andrew 

MitcheU] 14 Jurid. Rev. 59 [1902]. 
Club law. 23 L. Notes [Gib.] 144 [1903]. 
Club trustees* right to indemnity. [T. 

Cyprian Williams] 19 Law Q. Rev. 386 

[1903]. 
Clubs, pubs, and the licensing acts. 25 L. 

Notes [Gib.] 44 [1906]. 
Clubs under the Licensing [Scotland] act, 

1903. 11 Scot. L. T. 119. 146 [1903]. 
Liability for dues of members of clubs and 

lodges. [Louis B. Ewbank] 49 Cent. L. 

J. 305 [1899]. 
The position of trustees for a club. 47 Sol. 

J. 576 [1903]. 
Rights of social clubs to dispense intoxicating 

liquors without license. 3 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 204 [1900]. 
Clute, Jacob H. [1827-1903.] Obituary. 

65 Alb. L. J. 86 [1903]. 
Coat of arms. Assuming a. 38 Ir. L. T. 95 

[1904]. 
Cochran, Gewge M., [-1900] as a lawyer. 

Portrait. [Charles Curry] 6 Va. L. R^. 

275 [1900]. 
Cockbum, Alexander James Edmund, 

Lord. [1802-1880.] [Van Vechten 

Veeder] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 79 [1900]. 

— His judicial work. [A. Wood Renton] 10 

Jurid. Rev. 395 [1898]. 

— [C. J. Guthrie] 14 Scot. L. T. 73 [1906]. 
CODES. 

Civil code of Japan, compared with the 
French civil code. [Kazuo Hatoyama] 
11 Yale L. J. 296, 354, 403 [1902]. 



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74 



COLE 



Civil code of Louisiana as a democratic in- 
stitution. [Charies E. Fenner] 12 
Am. Law. 331 [1904]. 

Civil code of the Province of Quebec. [N. 
W. Hoyles] 23 Can. L. T. 73, 113 [1903). 

Code of civil procedure in India. 8 J. Comp. 
L^. 236 [1907]. ^ 

Code for the new State of Oklahoma. [C. 
O. Blake] 14 Am. Law., 195 [1906). 

Code Napoleon. [William W. Smithera] 
49 Am. L. Reg. 127 [1901]. 

— Centenary of the. [Ed. Fabre Sunres^r] 

4 Can. L. Rev. 395 [1905]. 

— How it was made and its place in the 

world's jurisprudence. [U. M. Ro^] 
40 Am. L. Rev. 833 [1906]. 

Code of Hammurabi. [D. Oswald Dykes] 
16 Jurid. Rev. 72 [1904]. 

— compared with American law. [Owen B. 

Jenkins] 39 Am. L. Rev. 330 [1905]. 

Codification. 4 Natal L. Q. 3 [1905]. 

Codification of English law. [William 
Simpson] 36 L. J. 501 [1901]. 

Criminal code of the Philippines. W. F. 
Norris] 15 Green Bag, 433 [1903]. 

Foreign criminal codes. [J. S. Mosely] 2 
J. Comp. Leg. 481 [1900]. 

German civil code. [Ernest J. Schuster] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 191 [1897]. 
The German civil code. 17 Mad. L. J. 341 

[1907]. 
History of Virginia codification. [William 

E. Ross] 11 Va. L. Reg. 79 [1905]. 
Japanese code and the family. [Munroe 

Smith] 23 Uw Q. Rev. 42 [1907]. 
The making of the German dvil code. [A. 

Pearce Higgins] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 95 

[1906]. 
Model criminal code for the colonies. [H. 

L. Stephen] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 439 

[1899]. 
Napoleon and his code. [Wm. T. Lee] 2 

Natal L. Q. 22 [1903]. 
New commercial code of Germany. [G. 

H. B. Kenrick] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 342 

[1900]. 
The new civil code of Germany. [Herbert 

Stimpson] 3 Law Notes [N. Y.[ 70 

[1899]. 
The new German civil code. [Ernst Freund] 

13 Harv. L. Rev. 627 [1900]. 



New German code. [F. P. Walton] 16 Jurid. 
Rev. 148; 10 Rev. Leg. 406 [1904]. 

Old Roman law and a modem American code. 
[Joseph H. Drake] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 108, 
185 [1904-51. 

Penal code of Cuba and Porto Rico. [Lloyd 
McKim Garrison] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 124 
[1899]. 

Philippine penal code. [Richard W. Young] 

13 Am. Uw 147 [1905]. 
Possibilities of codification in India. [W. 

H. RatCigan] 14 Law Q. Rev. 367 

[1898]. 
Proposed penal code for Japan. [W. F. 

Craies] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 322 [1899]. 
The proposed penal code of the United States. 

[Gino Carlo Speranza] 14 Green Bag, 

12 [1902]. 
The revision of the civil code of the Province 

of Quebec. [R. D. McGibbon] 5 Can. 

L. Rev. 1 [1906]. 
Revision of the code of procedure. [S. H. 

Allen] 13 Kan. Law. 1 [Sept. 1906]. 
Sketch of the Ottoman land code for Cyprus. 

[Mr. Justice Middleton] 2 J. Comp. 

Leg. 141 [1900]. 
Some features of the new civil code of the 

German Empire. [Arthur Ameisen] 

33 Am. L. Rev. 396 [1899]. 
The Spanish civil code. [William Hale 

Beckford] 49 Am. L. Reg. 89 [1901]. 
Spanish object lesson in code-making. 

[Charles S. Lobingier] 16 Yale L. J. 

411 [1907]. 
CodicUs. 104 L. T. 288 [1898]. 
Cohen extradition proceedings. 2 Can. L. 

Rev. 74 [1902]. 
Coif, The order of the. 108 L. T. 243 [1900]. 
Coining. The Trial of the Pyx. 119 L. 

J. 251 [1905]. 
Coke, Edward, Lord. [1552-1634.] A strik- 
ing figure in the legal history of England. 

[Edward Manson] 118 L. T. 109 [1904]. 

— Biographical sketch. 20 L. Notes [Gib.] 

273 [1901]. 

— Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 104 [1904]. 

— A notable duel: a sketch of the rivalry 

between Coke and Bacon. [A. Rives 
Hall] 7 Rev. Leg. 225 [1901]. 

— Bacon and Coke. [Noble C. Butler] 6 

Uw Notes [N. Y.] 204 [1903]. 
Cole, Charles C, Judge. In memoriam. 
33 Wash. L. R. 546 [1905]. 



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76 



COMMERCE 



Coleridge, J<rfm Duke. [1820-1894.] Lord 
Chief Justice. Ill L. T. 428, 444; 5 Uw 
Notes [N. Y.) 169 [1901). 

Collateral attack on incorporation, A. 
De facto corporations. [Edward H. 
Warren] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 456 [1907]. 

Collateral attacks based on irregularities. 
[John R. Rood] 1 Mich. L. Rev. 645 
[1903]. 

Collier, Frank Howard. [1856-1901.] Obit- 
uary. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 431 [1901]. 
Collins, Sir Arthur. Sketch. 9 Mad. L. 

J. 195 [1899]. 
COLLISIONS AT SEA. 
Collbion actions and resHtuHo in integrum. 

121 L. T. 383 [1906]. 
Collbions between warships and merchant 

vessels. 109 L. T. 504 [1900]. 
Damages arising out of collision between 

ships. Ill L. T. 103 [1901]. 
Fault in cases of collision at sea and the 

responsibility of shipowners. [A. Hin- 

denburft] 16 Uw Q. Rev. 355 [1900]. 
Law of collisions at sea: a step towards uni- 
formity. [R. G. Marsden] 1 J. Comp. 

Leg. 40 [1899]. 
Shipowner's liability for collisions under 

international law* [J* B. Sutherland] 

12 Jurid. Rev. 143 [1900]. 
Should the proposed treaty on collision be 

made the law of the United States? 

[Frederic Cunningham] 40 Am. L. 

Rev. 671 [1906]. 
Colombia and its treaty rights. [Benjamin 

S. Dean] 7 Law Notes [N. Y.] 206 [1904]. 
Colonies, The legal tie with the. [Erasmus 

Darwin Parker] 29 Law Mag. and Rev. 

423 [1904]. 
COLORADO. 
A code of legal ethics — adopted by the 

Colorado Bar Assn. 6 Brief, 212 [1906]. 
Colorado doctrine of riparian rights and 

some unsettled questions. [Charles 

£. Gast] 8 Yale L. J. 71 [1898]. 
Does the power of the federal government 

justify any interference with irrigation 

in Colorado? [L. G. Carpenter] 11 

Am. Law. 508 [1903]. 
Juvenile laws of Colorado. [Ben B. Lindsey] 

18 Green Bag, 126 [1906]. 
Kansas-Colorado water suit. [George P. 

Costigan, Jr.] 17 Green Bag, 587 

[1905]. 



Martial law in Colorado. [Edward J. Max- 
weU] 66 Alb. L. J. 270 [1904]. 

Combines. [Frank E. Hodgins] 41 Can. 
L. J. 849 [1905]. 

Comedy of history. [Neil Brown] 11 Am. 
Uw. 435, 478, 510 [1903]. 

Comedy of professional errors: the wrong 
Mrs. Simpson. [Baxter Borret] 13 
Green Bag, 539 [1901]. 

Comity in the enforcement of rights of action 
for wrongfully causing death. (Wm. B. 
Morris] 49 Cent. L. J. 6 [1899]. 

Conuna, The importance of the. [PaulCas- 
tonguay] [From the Typographical 
Journal] 29 Nat. Corp. Rep. 400 [1904]. 

COMMERCE. 

See also Carriers. 

The Chicago smoke nuisance as a regulation 
of intestate commerce. [Flora V. 
Woodward Tibbits] 53 Cent. L. J. 
443 [1901]. 

Chief Justice Marshall on the federal regu- 
lation of interstate carriers. [E. Parm- 
alee Prentice] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 77 
[1905]. 

Commerce clause of the Federal Constitution 
and two recent cases dealing with it. 
[S. S. Gregory] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 419 
[1907]. 

Concurrent power of the states to regulate 
interstate and foreign commerce. [David 
Walter Brown] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 298 
[1905]. 

Constitutional protection of original pack- 
ages employed in interstate commerce. 
[Henry M. DowUng] 55 Cent. L. J. 
342 [1902]. 

Constitutionality of federal legislation con- 
cerning employer and employee engaged 
in interstate and foreign commerce. 
[Carl V. Wisner] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 639 
[1907]. 

Corporations and the commerce clause. 
[Smith W. Bennet] 65 Cent. L. J. 
217; 69 Alb. L. J. 323; 52 Ohio L. B. 
379 [1907]. 

Development of the commerce clause in the 
Federal constitution. (Walter C. Noyes] 
16 Yale L. J. 253 [1907]. 

Development of the Federal power to regu- 
late commerce. [Philander C. Knozl 
11 Law Notes [N. Y.] 89 [1907]. 



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76 



COMMERCIAL LAW 



Exclusive power of congress to regulate in- 
terstate and foreign commerce. (DaWd 
• Walter Brown] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 490 
[1904]. 

The exclusiveness of the power of congress 
over interstate and foreign commerce: 
[James S. Rogers] 53 Am. L. Reg. 529, 
593 [1905]. 

Federal incorporation for companies engaged 
in interstate commerce. [Henry W. 
Palmer] 11 Am. Law. 285 [1903]. 

Fundamental defect in the act to regulate 
commerce. [Charles A. Prouty] 15 
Am. Law. 515 [1907]. 

The growth of the commerce clause. [John 
W. DaWs] 15 Am. Uw. 171, 213 [1907]. 

Growth of federal authority over interstate 
commerce. [Henry M. Dowling] 64 
Alb. L. J. 311 [1902]. 

History and evolution of the commerce 
clause. [Joseph M. HiU] 2 N. C. Jnl. 
of Uw, 393 [1905]. 

Interstate commerce and the police power. 
[George A. Talley] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 
12 [1907]. 

Interstate commerce clause and state con- 
trol of foreign corporations. [Frank 
E. Robson] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 250 [1907]. 

The Interstate Commerce Commission. 
[Jackson H. Ralston] 28 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 621; 12 Am. Uw. 297 [1904]. 

Invalidity of interstate railway transporta- 
tion contracts. [M. C. Freerks] 64 
Cent. L. J. 29 [1907]. 

Utest development of the interstate com- 
merce power. [Edward B. Whitney] 
1 Mich. L. Rev. 615 [1903]. 

Numerab and letters in connection with ar- 
ticles of commerce. [Bernard C. 
Steiner] 3 Can. L. Rev. 30 [1904]. 

One phase of federal power under the com- 
merce clause of the constitution. [John 
C. DonneUy] 2 Mich. L. Rev. 670 [1904]. 

Origin of the right to engage in interstate 
commerce. [E. Parmalee Prentice] 17 
Harv. L. Rev. 20 [1903]. 

The power of a state to forbid the traffic 
in or the possession of wild game when 
brought in from another state or country 
as affecting interstate commerce. [Eu- 
gene F. Law] 60 Cent. L. J. 324 [1905]. 



Power of the states to prescribe rates for 
railroad companies and others. [Morrii 
M. Cohn] 22 Nat. Corp. Rep. 409, 452, 
491, 532, 607 [1901]. 

The proposals for the amendment of the 
Interstate Commerce Act. [John B. 
Daish] 18 Green Bag, 150 [1906]. 

Regulation of interstate commerce by the 
states. [S. S. Merrill] 50 Cent. L. J. 
25 [1900]. 

Relation of insurance to the commerce clause 
in the federal constitution. [Reginald 
H. Innes] 48 Am. L. Reg. 717 [1900]. 

Some of the rights of traders and laborers. 
[Edward F. McClennen] 16 Harv. L. 
Rev. 237 [1903]. 

Some phases of interstate commerce. [Morris 
A. Spoonts] 33 Am. L. Rev. 188 [1899]. 

State interference with interstate commerce. 
[H. P. Burnett] 13 Va. L. Reg. 497 
[1907]. 

The validity of state statutes prohibiting 
contracts of exemption by carriers con- 
cerning interstate commerce. - [J. R. 
Tucker] 12 Va. L. Reg. 1 [1906]. 

CX>MMERCIAL LAW. 

Celerity in commercial cases in France. [B. 

H. Conner] 17 Green Bag, 304 [1905]. 
Codification of mercantile law. [M. D. 

Chalmers] 19 Law Q. Rev. 10; 2 Can. 

L. Rev. 146 [1903]; 19 Bank. L.J. 824.; 

114 L. T. 63 [1902]. 

Collection of debts in England. 59 Alb. L. 

J. 512 [1899]. 
A commercial code. [Lyman D. Brewster] 

37 Am. L. Rev. 348; 20 Bank L. J. 435; 

115 L. T. 411 [1903]. 

The commercial law and the modem com- 
mercial combinations. 27 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 139, 173; 37 Am. L. Rev. 828 
[1903]. 

A defect in our commercial law [Aust.] and 
a Federal responsibility. [J. A. Fer- 
guson] 3 Com. L. Rev. 59 [1905]. 

Early history of the law merchant in England. 
[A. T. Carter] 17 Law Q. Rev. 232 
[1901]. 

How to build up a successful commercial 
practice in towns of less than 10,000 
population. [William C. Sprague] 

13 Am. Leg. N. 191. 419, 499, 831, 947; 

14 do. 3 ri902-3]. 



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77 



COMMON LAW 



International collections. [W. L. Penfl^d] 
14 Am. Uw. 467; 68 Alb. L. J. 372 
[1906]. 

Jus gentium and law merchant. [WUIiam 
Wirt Howe] 50 Am. L. Reg. 375; 6 Law 
Notes (N. Y.] 161 [1902]. 

The law merchant. 105 L. T. 418 [1898]. 
The law merchant and commercial usage. 
3 Law Notes [N. Y.l 86 [1899]. 

Law merchant and transferable debentures. 

[F. A. Boaanquet] 15 Law Q. Rev. 130 

[1899]. 
The "Uw Merchant" of A. D. 1906. [W. N. 

Ponton] 26 Can. L. T. 783 [1906]. 
Mercantile guarantees. 109 L. T. 241 [1900]. 
The place of commercial law in a business 

education. [Wm. C. Sprague] 12 Am. 

L^. N. 31 [1901]. 
The proximate cause of a commercial law 

practice. [Edward C. Stineas] 13 Am. 

Leg. N. 263 [1902]. 
Scope of Traders act [Virginia]. [Jas. Fon« 

taine Minor] 13 Va. L. Reg. 172 [1907]. 
Wliat is the law merchant? [Francis M. 

Burdick] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 470 [1902]; 

2 Can. L. Rev. 213 [1903]; 114 L. T. 110 

[1902]. 
Wliat is the law merchant? [John S. 

Ewart] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 135; 2 Can. 

L. Rev. 396 [1903]. 
Conunercial travellers — their rights and 

liabilities. 5 Sol. J. 144 [1907]. 
COMMISSIONS. 
The Commission of the Peace: its early 

history. 70 J. P. 217 [1906]. 
The constitutional position of the Land 

Commission [Ireland]. 1 N. Ir. Jur. 284 

[1901]. 
The new Law Commission, 13 Scot. L. Rev. 

247 [1897]. 
Railroad commissions, state and federal. 

[Andrew Alexander Bruce] 62 Cent. 

L. J. 199 [1906]. 
Virginia State Corporation Commission. 

[A. Caperton Braxton] 1 Va. L. Reg. 1 

[1904]. 
Work of the Ohio Municipal Code Commis- 
sion. [E. Kibler] 41 Ohio L. B. 42 [1899]. 
COMMON LAW. 
The analogies and differences of the civil and 

the common law. [Henry Denio] 33 

Am. L. Rev. 28 [1899]; 1 So. L. Rev. 167 

[1901]. 






The application of the common law to lands 
held by the United States in the former 
territory of the United States northwest 
of the River Ohio, as to private waters 
as distinguished from public waters. 
[Thomas I>ent] 56 Cent. L. J. 344 [1903]. 

Bench and bar in the golden age of the 
common law. [John Maxcy Zane] 
2 lib. L. Rev. 1 [1907]. 

Christianity and the common law. [Arthur 
William Barber] 14 Green Bag, 267 
[1902]. 

Christianity and the law. [Andrew Alex- 
ander Bruce] 64 Cent. L. J. 247 [1907]. 

Civil law and the common law in Canada. 
[F. P. Walton] 11 Jurid. Rev. 282; 
5 Rev. L^. 329 [1899]. 

Closed market, the union shop and the com- 
mon law. [Wm. Draper Lewis] 18 
Harv. L. Rev. 444 [1905]. 

Common and uncommon law. [Francis £. 
Baker] 47 Ohio L. B. 352 [1902]. 

Common law and statute law. [Sir Cour- 

tenay Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 407 [1899]. 
Common law of the federal courts. [Edward 

C. Eliot] 36 Am. L. Rev. 498 [1902]. 
Common law in federal jurisprudence. 

[Thomas Dent] 61 Cent. L. J. 123 [1905]. 
Common law in Oklahoma. [Henry E. 

Asp] 1 Okla. L. J. 108, 191 [1903]. 
Common law theory of contract. [Charles 

Morse] 39 Can. L. J. 379 [1903]. 
Criminal appeals at common law. [Charles 

Morse] 40 Can. L. J. 19 [1904]. 
English common law in the United States. 

[Fred. A. Henry] 5 West. Res. L. J. 189 

[1899]. 
Expansion of the common law. [Sir Freder- 
ick PoUock] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 505 [1903]; 

4 do. 12, 96, 171; 3 Can. L. Rev. 229, 

299, 366 [1904]. 
Federal common law. 5 Law Notes [N. Y.] 

104 [1901]. 
Federal common law. [Hunsdon Gary] 

10 Va. L. Reg. 475 [1904]. 
The ideals of our common law and how far 

they are realized. [Clarence Dewitt 

Rogers] 69 Alb. L. J. 226; 40 Chic. Leg. 

N. 118, 121 [1907]. 
Industrial arbitration and common law 

rights. [C. E. Weigall] 1 Com. L. Rev. 

248 [1904]. 



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78 



COMPANIES* LAW 



The influence of national character and his- 
torical environment on the development 
of the common law. [James Bfyce] 19 
Green Bag, 560; 41 Am. L. Rev. 641; 
8 J. Comp. L^. 203 [1907]. 

Is the christian religion a part of the common 
law of the United States? [Linton D. 
Landrum] 65 Alb. L. J. 113 [1903]. 

Old common law and the new trusts. [Dlt- 

lew M. Frederiksen] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 

119 [1904]. 
The Pawnbrokers Act and the common law. 

26 L. Notes [Gib.] 274 [1907]. 
Proceedings in error. At common law. [P. 

B. Williams] 7 West. Res. L. J. 65 [1901]. 
A proposed abolition of the common law. 

46 Sol. J. 4 [1901]; 64 Alb. L. J. 16 

[1902]. 
Short studies in the common law. [A. In- 

glis Clark] I, II. 2. Com. L. Rev. 193, 

250 [1905]; III, IV, Possession. 4 do. 

245; 5 do. 12 [1907]. 
The spirit of the common law. [Roscoe 

Pound] 18 Green Bag, 17 [1906]. 
Status of married women at the common law. 

[E. H. Hopkins] 4 West. Res. L. J. 

18, 60, 122 [1896]. 
Study of the common law. [William Draper 

Lewis] 46 Am. L. Reg. 465 [1898]. 
Territorial expansion of the common law 

ideal. [John F. Sinunons] 4 Mich. 

L. Rev. 1 [1905]; 14 Am. Law 210 [1906]. 
What is the common law? [John S. Ewait] 

40 Can. L. J. 91; 4 Colum. L. Rev. 116 

[1904]. 
Commons, Regulation of. 63 J. P. 609 [1899]. 
Common sense v, genius. [William Wirt] 

15 Nat. Corp. Rep. 103 [1897]. 
Commune ssrstem in Austria. [Joseph 

Redlich] 8 J. Comp. L^. 12 [1907]. 
COMPANIES' LAW 
See Corporations. Joint stock Companies. 

I. Formation and Constitution. 

II. Promoters and Directors. 

III. Auditors and Officers. 

IV. Capital. 

V. Mortgages and Debentures. 

VI. Shares and Stocks. 

VII. Meetings of Shareholders. 

VIII. Proceedings against. 

IX. Winding-up. 

X. Scheme of Arrangement. Reconstruc- 

tion. 



I. FortnaHou and CanstUuiion. 
Articles of association and the law of con- 
tract. 108 L. T. 146 [1899]. 

Colonial companies and British income tax. 
[J. Campbell Lorimer] 17 Jurid. Rev. 
387 [1905]. 

The Companies act, 1900. [Richard Brown] 
16 Scot. L. Rev. 255 [1900]. 

— [A. D. Tyssen] 26 Law Mag. and Rev. 

219 [1901]. 
Companies and the franchise. 68 J. P. 481 

[1904]. 
Company formation in foreign law. 115 

L. T. 264 [1903]. 
The Companies bill. 51 Sol. J. 318 [1907]. 
Company law. 115 L. T. 2 [1903]. 
Company law reform. [A. D. Tsrssen] 24 

Law Mag. and Rev. 271 [1899]. 
A company's ''residence." 48 Sol. J. 542 [1904]. 
The crown as corporation. [F. W. Mait- 

land] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 131 [1901]. 

— [W. Harrison Moore] 20 do. 351 [1904.] 
Formation of limited companies. [J. W. 

Reid] 110 L. T. 16 [1900]. 
Friendly societies and trade incorporations. 

[J. W. Forbes] 11 Jurid. Rev. 187 [1899]. 
Genesis of company law in England and 

Scotland. [Richard Brown] 13 Jurid. 

Rev. 185 [19011. 
The impracticable Companies &ct, 1900. 

[Anthony Pulbrook] 29 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 302 [1904]. 
The international status of modem companies. 

[D. F. Pennant] 28 Law Mag. and Rev. 

161 [1903]. 
The invalidity of articles excluding Section 

161 of the Companies act, 1862. 44 Sol. 

J. 172 [1900]. 
The new Table A. 50 Sol. J. 740. 748 [1906]. 
On conflicts between articles of association 

and statutory regulations. 48 Sol. J. 

585 [1904]. 
A point in Company law. 39 Ir. L. T. 137, 

143 [1905]. 
Points in company law reform. [Ernest 

£. Williams] 121 L. T. 357 [1906]. 
The practical working of the Companies 

act, 1900. 45 Sol. J. 5. [Existing and 

new companies] 45 Sol. J. 26, 41, 55. 

[New companies going to the public] 

45 Sol. J. 75, 95, 113, 133, [Existing 

companies offering future issues to the 

pubUc] 45 Sol. J. 148 [1900]. 



COMPANIES* LAW 



COMPANIES' LAW 



Recognitiofi oi icnig^ cotttptstHt^ [W* *• 
Hamittne] 8 J. Cboqk Lcf. Ui [1907). 

RcgnhtioiiB of joint itodc 
the laws wfaidi fOfvcn 
WfaMU^l Natal L. Q. S [190q. 

The scope of a memoraodafli of 
50 Sol. J. 39 (19Qq. 



1862-^190a [N. W. SMcgr] 28 Uw 
Mag. and Rev. 453; 29 do. «7 [1903]. 

in company law. 



[JniiMa W. Rcid] 41 L. J. 654 [1906]. 
Trading nftm wrcf. 8 Soot. L. T. 6 [190q. 
Trustee companies. [R<ili€H CX NMbitt] 

116 L. T. 40 [1903]. 
Work done lor corporatioos on contracts not 

under seaL 67 J. P. 24L 279 [1903]. 
The working of tlK C^ipanint Act, 1900. 

[Edward MuMon] 15 Jnrid Rev. 350 

[1903]. 

II. Promciars mmd D u tc ta r s, 

Company directon and qoafificatioo ihare&. 

[irai C. Smltii] 15 Jnrid. Rev. 35 [1903]. 
Directors and aAraviref. 113L.T.258[1902]. 
Directors' resignations. Ill L. T. 126 [1901]. 
The duties of dir ec to r s . |G«o. A. Mnc- 

donnld] 106 L. T. 294 [190(4. 
Fraudulent prospectuses. 38Ir.L.T.331 (19041. 

III. Amditofs QMd OgUxn. 
Byebws. 62 J. P. 226 [1896]. 

Estoppel by use of company's seaL 50 SoL 

J. 647 [1906]. 
Immunity of public companies lor misrepre- 
sentation as to credit by an agent. 35 

If. L, T. 437 [1901]. 
Inspection of minute books. 62 J. P. 2 [1896]. 
On bye-laws. 115 L. T. 241 [1903]. 
rV. CapUaL 
Capita] paid up in advance of cafls. 49 SoL 

J. 816 [1905]. 
The capitalization of pro6u by joint-stock 

companies. (C. P. Snotcr] 15 Jnrid. 

Rev. 1 [1903]. 
Payment of dividends out of jiiiiiiuns of 

capital 45 SoL J. 74 [19001. 
Payment of dividends without replacing lost 

capital. 43 SoL J. 686 [1899]. 
The reduction of capital. 48 SoL J. 570 

[1904]. 
Reserve capital tf SoL J. 394 [1808]. 
V. Mortgata ami DAemtures, 
Companies carried on to benefit debenture 

hokfcr^ 50 SoL J. 478 [1906]. I 



Debentnre-hoklers and compulsory winding* 
nporders. 50 SoL J. 771 [1906]. 

\1. Skmts mmi S»9dL 

Appoi tionment of <fividends on death. 113 
L. T. 237 [1902i 

of irregular allotments of 
48 SoL J. 605 [1904]. 

13 Scot. L. Rev. 284 [1897]. 
Ccrdficatioo of shares. |Fraak Evans] 21 
Uw Q. Rev. 340 [1905]. 

CcrtificatioQ of transfers of shares. 46 SoL J. 
479 [1902]. 

The effect of proof in bankruptcy for calls on 
shares. 50 SoL J. 55 [1905]. 

Forfeiture of shares. 47 SoL J. 599 [1903]. 

I — when may a fonyany 
cancel them awl how? 108 L. T. 602; 109 
do. 144 [19001. 

issne of bonus shares. 47 SoL J. 446 
[1903). 

of shares at a discount. 48 SoL J. 684 
[1904]. 

nespect of shares of deceased mf 
4^SoLJ.619[18991. 
The p ro tecti on of vendor's shares by iled 

contracts. 44 SoL J. 586 [19001. 
The ifgisiiilii.>n of a transfer of shares 
without production of the certincate. 
49 SoL J. 512 [1905]. 

of shares. 45 SoL J. 745; 46 do. 
478 [1901-2]. 

of shares by way of co mp r o m i se of 
liabifity. 47 SoL J. 381 [1903]. 

of shares. 50 SoL J. 436 [1906]. 
Underwriting and options for shares. 46 

SoL J. 697 [1902]. 
Lndcr writing shares on le const rue uuu com- 

ponies. 47 SoL J. 125 [1902]. 
Varying the rights of shareholders imier se. 

48 SoL J. 11311903). 
MI. Me€imts €f SkawehMers, 
MIL Precetdimgs apnnsL 
Compensation to companies lor criminal 

injuries. 41 Ir. L. T. 311 [1907]. 
Criminal hability of corporations. 65 J. P. 

578 [1901). 
Estoppel against companies. 48 SoL J. 488, 

504, 668 [1904). 
The fiabiHty of companies on contracu before 

incorporation. 51 SoL J. 43, 63 [19061. 
Security for cosu as against a plaintiff 
company. 32 Ir. L. T. 139 [18%]. 



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IX. Winding-up. 

Commencement of winding-up proceedings. 
[Frank E. Hodgins] 16 Can. L. T. 627 
[1906]. 

Conflict of laws within the Empire — bank- 
ruptcy and company winding up. [Har- 
rison Moon] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 384 [1906). 

Discharge of company's servants by voluntary 
winding up. 49 Sol. J. 631 [1905]. 

Dbtribution of surplus in winding-up. 42 
Sol. J. 322 [1898]. 

The liquidation of companies in the Trans- 
vaal. 22 S. A. L.J. 56 [1905]. 

Liquidation under the supervision of the 
court. 23 Scot. L. Rev. 277 [1907]. 

Penalties under the Companies acts. 64 J. 
P. 769 [1901]. 

Public and private examinations in bank- 
ruptcy and winding up. 46 Sol. J. 261, 
278 [1902]. 

Sale of a company of its undertaking. 47 
Sol. J. 141 [19021. 

X. Scheme of Arrangement — Reconstruction, 
Defunct companies and vesting orders. 120 

L. T. 467 [1906]. 

Dissolved corporations and estates in land. 
51 Sol. J. 442 [1907]. 

Dissolved corporations and trust estates. 50 
Sol. J. 494 [1906]. 

Payments for underwriting upon the recon- 
struction of companies. 47 Sol. J. 759 
[1903]. 

Reconstruction of companies. [Frank 
Evans] 20 Law Q. Rev. 392 [1904]. 

— 118 L. T. 79 [1904]; 50 Sol. J. 308 [1905]. 
Compensation, Agreements for, for agri- 
cultural improvements. 44 Sol. J. 5 [1899]. 

— of attorneys. 3 Okla. L. J. 348 [1905]. 

— for copyhold fines. 51 Sol. J. 204 [1907]. 

— for land taken to widen roads for tram- 

ways. 70 J. P. 373 [1906]. 

— for minerals. 46 Sol. J. 26 [1901]; 68 J. 

P. 554. 578 [19041 ; 71 do. 530 [1907]. 

— for minerals under a railway. 51 Sol. J. 

684 [1907]. 

— for non-renewal of licenses. 69 J. P. 267, 

277, 290 [1905]. 

— for property destroyed to stop the spread 

of a conflagration. [Henry C. Hall 
and John H. WIgmore] 1 111. L. Rev. 
501 [1907]. 

— in respect of restrictive covenants. 46 

Sol. J. 662 [1902]. 



Compensation of medical witnesses. [Harry 
B. Hutchins] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 413 [1906]. 

— or damages after completion. [W. Ar- 

nold JoUy] 28 Law Mag. and Rev. 142 
[1903]. 

— to companies for criminal injuries. 41 

Ir.L.T. 311 [1907], 

— to "existing officers'* under the London 

Government act, 1899. 65 J. P. 498 
[1901]. 

— to yearly tenants. 68 J. P. 170 [1904]. 

COMPETITION. 

Competition and the law. [Bruce Wyman] 
1 Can. L. Rev. 297 [1902]. 

Competition not the life of trade. [Stanley 
Bowdle] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 99 [1905]. 

Competitive bidding in letting municipal 
contracts for street paving when pa- 
tented or monopolized materials are in- 
volved. [Eugene McQuIlUn] 65 Cent* 
L. J. 198 [1907]. 

The justification of fair competition. [Bruce 
Wyman] 19 Green Bag, 277 [1907]. 

Legislative and judicial development of the 
law of competition contrasted. [Merritt 
Starr] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 7 [1907]. 

Orange Routing Case: a study in competi- 
tion. [William A. Bowen] 18 Green 
Bag, 667 [1906]. 

Restricting competition in contracts for 
public work — test of validity. [Eugene 
McQuilUn] .61 Cent. L. J. 204 [1905]. 

COMPROMISE AND SETTLEMENT. 

Authority of counsel to compromise. [H. 
H. L. BeUott] 1 Can. L. Rev. 429 [1902]. 

Compromise in probate suits. 36 Ir. L. T. 
279 [1902]. 

Compromises by counsel. 21 L. Notes [Gib.] 
116 [1902]. 

Compulsory Purchase. See Eminent Do- 
main. 

Concubine, Status of a, under the Hindu 
law. [Mohan Lai Sandal] 5 Cal. L. J. 
15 [1907]. 

Condonation of legal cruelty. 120 L. T. 55 
[1905]. 

Confederate soldier, Was the, a rebel? 
[Bushrod C. Washington] 11 Green 
Bag, 545 [1899]; 12 do. 29 [1900] 

CONFESSIONS. 

The admissibility of confessions. 2 Bom. 
L. R. 157 [1900]. 



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81 



CONSIDERATION 



ConfeflBions; a brief history and a criticism. 

[John H. Wigmore] 33 Am. L. Rev. 

376 [1899]. 
Confessions in criminal law. 5 Bom. L. R. 

199 [1903]. 
Confessions of the innocent. [W. H. S. 

Monck] 18 Med. Leg. J. 536 [19011. 

Law of confessions. [Joseph Baptista] 2 
Bom. L. R. 217 [1900]. 

Psychological problems relating to criminal 
confessions of innocent persons. [Thom- 
son Jay Hudson] 18 Med. Leg. J. 
84 [1900]. 

Confiscation by assessments. [Burdett A. 
Rich] 33 Am. L. Rev. 242 [1899]. 

CONFLICT OF LAWS. 

Conflict of law as to the sale of live stock in 
one state held under a chattel mortgage 
in another. [J. W. Marley] 54 Cent. 
L. J. 443 [1902]. 

Conflict of laws between converts and new 
converts in India. [Goverdhanram 
Madhavram Tripathi] 5 Bom. L. R. 
8, 17, 49, 65 [1903]. 

The conflict of laws: contracts. [£• lAfleur] 
3 Rev. L^. 423 [1897]. 

The conflict of laws: divorce and separation. 
[E. Lafleur] 4 Rev. Leg. [1898]. 

The conflict of laws in the Province of Quebec. 
[E. Lafleur] 3 Rev. Leg. 127 [1897]. 

Conflict of laws — substance or obligation of 
contract distinguished from remedy. 
[Raleigh C. Minor] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 
262 [1903]. 

Conflict of laws upon the subject of marriage 
and divorce. [Clarence D. Ashley] 15 
Yale L. J. 387 [1906]. 

Conflict of the laws of usury. [James Avery 
Webb] 48 Cent. L. J. 151 [1899]. 

Conflict of laws within the empire; bank- 
ruptcy and company winding up. [Har- 
rison Moore] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 384 [1906]. 

Conflicts of laws. [T. G. Carver] 114 L. T. 
509, 531 [1903]. 

On the conflict of jurisdiction between civil 
and revenue courts. [Abdul Karim 
Khan] 3 Alia. L. J. 249, 269 [1906]. 

Recent progress towards agreement on rules 
to prevent a conflict of laws. [Simeon 
E. Baldwin] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 400 [1904]. 

CX)NGO. 

Congo Free State. [Hannis Taylor] 41 
Am. L. Rev. 102 [1907]. 



Congo Free State and international morality. 
117 L.T. 76 [1904]. 

The Congo State: a review of the interna- 
tional position. [G. G. Phillimore] 
29 Law Mag. and Rev. 385 [1904]. 

CX>NGRESS. 

See United States. 
Congress of Advocates at Lidge, 1905. 

[Edward Coi-Sindair] 31 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 74 [1905]. 
Conkling, James C. [1816-1899.] Obitu- 
ary. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 243 [1899]. 
Connau^t Circuit, Anecdotes of the. 113 

L. T. 222 [1902]. 
CONNECTICUT. 
Connecticut statute against perpetuities 

[PhiUp P. Wells] 8 Yale L. J. 82 [1898] 
System of probate courts in Connecticut with 

some suggestions for its improvement 

[James Kingsley Blaise] 15 Yale L. J 

131 [1906]. 
Town representation in Connecticut 

[Charies Hopldns Clark] 10 Yale L. J 

80 [1901]. 
Conquest of the United States by Spain 

(William G. Sumner] 8 Yale L. J 

168 [1899]. 
Conquest, Nature and extent of the title by 

[J. Westlake] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 392 [1901] 
Consent in the New York mechanic's lien 

law. [Henry W. Hardon] 3 Colum. L. 

Rev. 79 [1903]. 

— in its relation to criminal liability. [Lewis 

Hochheimer] 48 Cent. L. J. 71 [1899]. 

— of the governed. [Wilbur Larremore] 

40 Am. L. Rev. 161 [1906]. 

— when pleaded as a defense to certain 

crimes against the person. [Theodore J. 

Grayson] 51 Am. L. Reg. 467 [1903]. 
CONSERVATION. 
A plea for the preservation of our forests, 

streams, and fuels. [Mason S. Ambler] 

14 Am. Uw. 104, 159 [1906]. 
CONSIDERATION. 

Afterthoughts on consideration. [Sir Freder- 
ick PoUock] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 415; 1 Can. 

L. Rev. 135 [1901]. 
Consideration and the assignment of choses 

in action. [Edward Jenks] 16 Uw Q. 

Rev. 241 [1900]. 
Consideration moving from a third person. 

[IMnshah Fardunji Mulla] 4 Bom. L. 

R. 171 [1902]. 



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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 



Consideration v. causa in Roman-American 
law. [Joseph H. Drake] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 
19 [1905]. 

Failure of consideration or failure of perform- 
ance. 7 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 164 [1903]. 

Illegal considerations — knowledge of ill^;al 

intent. [Chaa. W. McKinney] 50 

Cent. L. J. 443 [1900]. 
Roman-Dutch law and the doctrine of con- 
sideration. [A. M. Hamilton] 17 Jurid. 

Rev. 163 [1905]. 
Two theories of consideration. (James Barr 

Ames] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 515; 13 do. 29 

[1899]. 
CONSPIRACY. 
Actionable conspiracy — Leathern v. Craig. 

[Irish Repts., 1899. v. 2. 667, 744; 33 Ir. 

L. T. R. 85]; 33 Ir. L. T. 195, 205 [1899]. 
Conspiracy and oppressive combination. 

[J. Sinclair Baxter] 2 N. Ir. Jur. 35, 

44. 52. 62. 76, 93. 100 [1901-2]. 
Conspiracy as a crime, and as a tort. [Francis 

M. Burdick] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 229 

[1907]. 
Conspiracy as a fine art. [Andrew Lan^] 

35 Ir. L. T. 179; 13 Green Bag. 13 

[1901]. 
Conspiracy to commit acts not criminal per 

se. [Amasa M. Eaton] 6 Colum. L. 

Rev. 215 [1906]. 
Early conspiracies in Kentucky. [Sally 

Ewing Marstiall Hardy] 12 Green 

Bag, 617 [1900]. 
The judge-made law of conspiracy. [Frank 

P. Blair] 37 Am. L. Rev. 33 [1903]. 
Results of the extinction of the civil action 

for conspiracy. [Robert ^L. Mc- 

Williams] 64 Cent. L. J. 266 [1907]. 
The rights of conspirators. 66 J. P. 625 

[1902]. 
Trade unions and conspiracy. 45 Sol. J. 718 

[1901]. 
The Tubwomen vs. the Brewers of London. 

[William A. Purrin&ton] 3 Colum. L. 

Rev. 447 [1903]. 
Unique case of McDaniel and others. 5 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 186 [1902]. 
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: Australia. 
Australian Commonwealth bill. [W. Jethro 

Brown] 16 Law Q. Rev. 24 [1900]. 
Australian Commonwealth constitution. 1901- 

2. [W. Harrison Moore] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 

115 [1903]. 



Australian constitution. [A. R. Butter- 
w<Hth] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 381 [1901]. 

The Australian Constitution and the Privy 
Council. 51 Sol. J. Ill [1906]. 

The Australian constitution and the right 
of appeal to the king in council. [Ever- 
ard Di^by] 19 S. A. L. J. 362 [1902]. 

The Australian Federation. [From Chicago 
Times-Herald] 21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 359 
[1900]. 

The Commonwealth of Australia bill. [A. 
H. F. Lefroy] 15 Law Q. Rev. 155 [1899]. 

Commonwealth of Australia bill. [W. Har- 
rison Moore] 16 Law Q. Rev. 35 [1900]. 

The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution 
act. [J. V. Vesey Fitzgerald] 26 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 129 [1901]. 

Constitution of the Commonwealth of 
Australia. [John Kirkpatrick] 12 
Jurid. Rev. 113 [1900]. 

Federal constitutional development: a con- 
trast. [W. Martin Griffin] 25 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 180 [1900]. 

Forms of political union. [W. Harrison 
Moore] 16 Law Q. Rev. 369 [1900]. 

The inapplidbility of decisions under the 
British North America Act. to cases 
arising under the Constitution of the 
Commonwealth. [A. In^s Clark] 
1 Com. L. Rev. 193 [1904]. 

The judicial power and interstate claims. [P. 
McM. Glynn] 2 Com. L. Rev. 241 [1905]. 

Privy Council and the Australian constitu- 
tion. [W. Harrison Moore] 23 Law Q. 
Rev. 331 [1907]. 

Supremacy of the judiciary under the con- 
stitution of the United States, and under 
the constitution of the Commonwealth 
of Australia. [A. Inglis Clark] 17 Harv. 
L. Rev. 1 [1903]. 

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: Canada. 

Fact and fiction in the Canadian constitution. 
[Robert T. Mullin] 7 Rev. Leg. 144 [1901]. 

Our Federal Constitution. [W. E. 0*Brien] 
34 Can. L. J. 256 [1898]. 

The principle of sectarianism in the Canadian 
constitution. [James Cappon] 4 Can. 
L. Rev. 303 [1905]. 

The senate and the constitution. [W. E. 
O'Brien] 35 Can. L. J. 53 [1899]. 

Some constitutional opinions of the late Mr. 
Justice Gwynne. [George Martin 
Rae] 24 Can. L. T. 1 [1904). 



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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: England. 

The British Constitution. [William L. 
Martin] 12 Am. Uw. 106 [1904]. 

Constitution of the Empire and the develop- 
ment of its councils. [R. B. Haldane] 

4 J. Comp. Leg. 11; 2 Can. L. Rev. 95 
[1902]. 

The constitutional aspect of the coronation. 
110 L. T. 360 [1901]. 

Constitutional phases of English history 
in the seventeenth century. (James 
Oscar Pierce] 37 Am. L. Rev. 26 [1903]. 

The constitutional position of the House 

of Lords. [G. Glover Aleiander] 32 

Law Mag. and Rev. 129 [1907]. 
Constitutional relations of England and 

her dependencies. [Sir Charles Arthur 

Roe] 48 Am. L. Reg. 147 [1900]. 
Informing prisoners of right to trial by jury. 

66 J. P. 372; 69 do. 507 [1905]. 
Is the British Empire constitutionally a 

nation? [Stephen B. Stanton] 2 Mich. 

L. Rev. 429; 3 Can. L. Rev. 149 [1904]. 
A point of constitutional law. 24 L. Notes 

[Gib.] 279 [1906]. 
Recent chapter of the English constitution. 

[D. H. Chamberlain] 15 Yale L. J. 

315 [1906]. 
The right of free speech. 108 L. T. 556 [1900]. 
The right of the subject to personal liberty 

in English law. [S. P. J. Merlin] 29 

Law Mag. and Rev. 194, 266 [1904]. 
The right to retain an advocate. [Edward 

S. Coz-Sindair] 29 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 406 [1904]. 
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: France. 
Personal liberty in France. [H. Cleveland 

Coze] 13 Yale L. J. 215 [1904]. 
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: India. 
Indian constitutional law. [C. L. Tupper] 

5 J. Comp. Leg. 90 [1903]. 
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: Ireland. 
The constitutional position of the Land 

Commission. 1 N. Ir. Jur. 284 [1901]. 

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: Scotland. 

Constitutional position of the Scottish 
monarch prior to the union. [J. A. 
Lovat-Fraser] 17 Law Q. Rev. 252 
[1901]. 

Notes on the history of the Scottish con- 
stitution. [Charles R. A. Howden] 
10 Jurid. Rev. 64 [1898]; 11 do. 209 
[1899]. 



CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: Transvaal. 

The Chinese labour ordinance in its con- 
stitutional aspect. [Manfred Nathan] 
24 S. A. L. J. 40 [1907]. 

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: United States. 

I. Establishment and Amendments of 

Constitutions. 
A. In General. B. United States Con- 
stitution. C. State Constitutions. 

II. Construction, Operation, and Enforce- 
ment of Constitutional Provisions. 

III. Distribution of Governmental Powers 
and Functions. 

IV. Police Power. 

V. Personal, Civil, and Political Rights. 

VI. Vested Rights. 

VII. Obligadon of Contracts. 

VI II. Retrospective and Ex-Post Facto Laws 

IX. Privil^;es, or Immunities, and Class 
Legislation. 

X. Commerce Clause. 

XL Due Process and Equal Protection of 
the Laws. 



I. EstabHshmeni and Amendments of Omsti- 
tutions, 

A. In General. 

The amendment of constitutions. [C. O. 
Tichenor] 35 Am. L. Rev. 495 [1901]. 

American democracy still on trial. [Oliver 
E. Branch] 13 Am. L. Rev. 278 [1905]. 

A century of constitutional development 
upon the North American continent. 
[A. H. F. Lefroy] 42 Can. L. J. 449 [1906]. 

Constitutional law. [Stanley Matthews] 
44 Ohio L. B. 160 [1900]. 

Constitutional law of the United States as ^ 
moulded by I>aniel Webster. [Everett 
P. Wheeler] 13 Yale L. J. 366; 12 Am. 
Law. 148, 204 [1904]. 

Constitutional nationalism. [Hannis Tay- 
lor] 41 Am. L. Rev. 892 [1907]. 

Early suggestions of the modem written 
constitution. [Gordon E. Sherman] 
15 Yale L. J. 172 [1906]. 

Existing economic evils — how to remedy. 
[F. Beecher] 40 Am. L. Rev. 384 [1906]. 

The immutable constitution. [George A. 
Talley] 39 Chic. Ug. N. 332 [1907]. 

Judicial constitutional amendment as illus- 
trated by the devolution of the institu- 
tion of the jury from a fundamental right 
to a mere method of procedure. [Frederic 
R. Coudert] 13 Yale L. J. 331 [1904]. 



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84 



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Masterpiece of constitutional folly. 12 
Green Bag, 312 [1900]. 

Money and the constitution. [B. A. Mil- 
bum] 4 Law Notes [N. Y.] 124 [1900]. 

Nation and the constitution. (Charles F. 
Amidon] 19 Green Bag, 594 [1907]. 

The nation and the states. [James M. 
Beck] 22 Nat. Corp. Rep. 45 [1901]. 

The next constitutional convention of the 
United States. [Walter Clark] 68 Alb. 
L. J. 145 [1906]. 

Powers of conventions. [A. Caperton Brax- 
ton] 7 Va. L. Reg. 79 [1901]. 

The rise of constitutional law. [U. M. Roee] 
35 Am. L. Rev. 641 [1901]. 

Sources of the constitution. [John Wood- 
ward] 11 Am. Law. 189 [1903]. 

Status of an unconstitutional law. [Henry 
M. Dowling] 55 Cent. L. J. 25 [1902]. 

The struggle for constitutional reform. [Mel- 
bert B. Cary] 10 Yale L. J. 73 [1901]. 

Unconstitutional legislation in colonial times. 
The early case of TreveU v. Weeden, 
[Adolph Moses] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 466 
[1900]. 

Written and unwritten constitutions in the 
United States. [Emlin McClain] 6 
Colum. L. Rev. 69 [1906]. 

Written constitution in some of its historical 
aspects. [Andrew C. McLaughlin] 
5 Mich. L. Rev. 605 [1907]. 

B. United States CansHtuiion. 

The adoption of the Federal Constitution 
by North Carolina. [J. A. Best] 2 N. 
C. L. J. 283 [1902]. 

An answer that does not confute. [Ben- 
jamin S. Dean] 11 Green Bag, 259 
[1899]. 

Centralization of Federal power. [C. A. 
Hereshoff Bartlett] 32 Law Mag. and 
Rev. 385 [1907]. 

Comparative constitutional law of the 
United States and Canada. [David 
MUls] 7 Am. Uw. 190 [1899]. 

Comparative study of the constitutions of 
Mexico and the United States. [William 
H. Burgess] 39 Am. L. Rev. 711 [1901]. 

Considerations for a sixteenth amendment. 
[Edward L. Andrews] 69 Alb. L. J. 
363 [1907]. 

Constitutional law of the United States as 
moulded by Daniel Webster. [Everett 
P. Wheeler] 12 Am. Uw. 148, 204 [1904]. 



Constitutional limitations as to territories. 
4 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 185 [1901]. 

Constitution or theory, which? [Edward 
Pomeroy] 11 Green Bag, 152 [1899]. 

The decline of the l^islative branch of 
government. [W. U. Hensel] [From 
Philadelphia Record] 23 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
290, 325, 260 [1901]. 

Defects in the Constitution of the United 
States. [Walter Clark] 54 Am. Law 
Reg. 263 [1906]. 

Demands of labor and the fourteenth amend- 
ment. [Roger F. Sturgis] 41 Am. L. 
Rev. 481 [1907]. 

The eleventh amendment to the constitution. 
[George C. Lay] 6 Brief, 1 [1906]. 

The evolution of the fourteenth amendment. 
[Louis F. Garrod] 12 Am. Uw. 65, 
108 [1904]. 

Expansion and the constitution. [H. Teich- 
mueller] 33 Am. L. Rev. 202 [1899]. 

Expansion of constitutional powers by in- 
terpretation. [Paul Fuller] 5 Colum. 
L. Rev. 193 [1905]. 

Federal constitution, its origin, growth, 
dangers, and powers. [John Freeman 
Baker] 63 Alb. L. J. 132, 185, 211 [1901]. 

Federal constitutional development: a con- 
trast. [W. Martin Griffin] 4 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 29. 47 [1900]. 

Fourteenth amendment and special assess- 
ments on real estate. [Henry Hub- 
bard] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 1, 98 [1900J. 

Fourteenth amendment — its history and 
evolution. [John W. Judd] 13 Am 
Uw. 338, 388 [1905]. 

Growth of the commerce clause. [John W. 
Davis] 15 Am. L. Rev. 171, 213 [1907]. 

Hawaiian case. [Emlin McClain] 17 Harv. 
L. Rev. 386 [1904]. 

A hundred and ten years of the constitution. 
[Lucius S. Landreth] 47 Am. L. Reg. 
417, 494, 565. 622, 670, 747; 48 do, 18, 
90, 294, 340, 406 [189^1900]. 

The individualism of the constitution. . [An- 
drew Alexander Bruce] 62 Cent. L. J. 
377 [1906]. 

Insular decisions of December, 1901. [Ed- 
ward B. Whitney] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 
79 [1902.] 

The irreconcilable conflict. [Robert G. 
Street] 41 Am. L. Rev. 686 [1907]. 



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Is the armor of the Federal Constitution 
worn out? [iDarius H. Pingrey] 32 
Chic. Leg. N. 128 [1899]. 

The islands and the constitution. [T. W. 
Brown] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 393 [1900]. 

The march of the constitution. [George R. 
Peck] 34 Am. L. Rev. 801; 4 Law Notes 
(N. Y.J 128 [1900]. 

The new constitution of the United States. 
[John H. Hopkins] 9 Am. Law. 327; 

I So. L. Rev. 412 [1901]. 

Next constitutional convention of the United 
States. [Walter Clark] 16 Yale L. J. 
65; 68 Alb. L. J. 145 [1906]. 

North Carolina and the adoption of the Con- 
stitution of the United States. [Kemp. 
P. Battle] 1 N. C. L. J. 1 [May. 1900]. 

The proposed revision of the National Con- 
stitution. [B. R. Webb] 7 Am. Law. 394 

[1899]. 

Relation of the constitution and laws of the 
United States to territory acquired 
by treaty or by conquest. [William 
W. McFarland] 62 Alb. L. J. 137 [1900]. 

The second clause of the seventh amendment 
to the constitution. [L. H. Poole] 31 
Wash. L. R. 376 [1903]. 

Some considerations upon the constitution 
of the United States. [Walter Clark] 

II Am. Law. 512 [1903]. 

Some defects in the Constitution of the United 
States. [Walter Clark] 54 Am. L. R^. 
263 [1906]. 

Some unconsecrated fallacies. [Benjamin 
S. Dean] 4 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 9 [1900]. 

Supremacy of the judiciary under the con- 
stitution of the United States, and under 
the constitution of the Commonwealth 
of Australia. [A. Inglis Clark] 17 Harv. 
L. Rev. 1 [1903]. 

Two theories as to the implied powers of the 
constitution. [Margaret C. Klingel- 
smith] 54 Am. L. Reg. 214 [1906]. 

C. StaU ConsHtuHons, 

Are voting machine laws constitutional? 
[Benjamin S. Dean] 59 Alb. L. J. 149 
[1899]. 

The constitution in Porto Rico. [LeRoy 
Parker] 10 Yale L. J. 136 [1901]. 

Constitutional limitations of municipal in- 
debtedness in the state of New York. 
[Lucius Lamar] 60 Alb. L. J. 245 [1899]. 



Constitutional prohibition of local and special 
legislation in Pennsylvania. [Thpmaa 
Raebum White] 50 Am. L. R^. 27[1902]. 

Constitutional provisions as to titles to laws 
[Virginia]. [C. B. Gamett] 10 Va. L. 
Reg. 106 [1904]. 

How shall our state [West Virginia] constitu- 
tution be amended? [Edward S. Doo- 
little] 8 Bar, 8 [1901]. 

Irrevocable privileges under Illinois consti- 
tution. [Jesse B. Barton] 16 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 166 [1898]. 

Magna Charta and the Illinois constitution. 
[Adolph Moses] 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
558 [1902]. 

Some suggested changes in the constitution 
of Michigan. [John A. Falrlle] 5 Mich. 
L. Rev. 439 [1907]. 

Suffrage clause in the new consHtution of 
Louisiana. [Amasa M. Eaton] 13 
Harv. L. Rev. 279 [1899]. 

Taxes and the constitution [Virginia]. [Kirk- 
wood MitcheU] 6 Va. L. R^. 371 [1900]. 

What of our American states? [James Hager- 
man] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 1 [1906]. 
See 63 Cent. L. J. 124 [1906]. 

II. Construction^ Operation^ and Enforcement 
of Constitutional Provisions, 

Acts of congress declared unconstitutional 
by the Supreme Court of the United 
States. [Blackburn Esterline] 38 Am. 
L. Rev. 21 [1904]. 

Centralization by construction and interpre- 
tation of the constitution. [John M. 
Dickinson] 69 Alb. L. J. 98 [1907]. 

The constitution and obscenity postal laws. 
[Theodore Schroeder] 69 Alb. L. J. 
334 [1907]. 

The constitution and our new possessions. 
[Jas. McCabe] 61 Alb. L. J. 309 [1900]. 

The constitution and our new possessions, 
an answer to Ex-President Harrison. 
[Charles A. Gardiner] 63 Alb. L. J. 
43 [1901]. 

The constitution and the new territories. 
[John K. Richards] 34 Am. L. Rev. 
670 [1900]. 

Constitutional and legislative limitations 
of the home rule charter in Minnesota. 
[Charles P.Hall] 5 Mich.L. Rev. 6[1906]. 

Constitutional aspects of annexation. [Car- 
men F. Randolph] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 
291 [1898]. 



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Constitutional expansion. [John Kimberly] 
Beach] 8 Yale L. J. 225 [1899]. 

The constitutional requirement of uniformity 
in duties, imposts, and excises. [William 
Bradford Bosley] 9 Yale L. J. 164 [1900]. 

Constitutionality of state statutes conferring 
liens on shipping. [William B. GUI- 
more] 29 N. J. L. J. 37 [1906]. 

Elasticity of the constitution. [Arthur W. 
Machen, Jr.] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 200, 273 
[1900]. 

Enforcement of the fourteenth amendment. 
[Edwin Mazey] 66 Alb. L. J. 274 [1904]. 

Expansion and the constitution. [H. Teich- 
mueller] 33 Am. L. Rev. 202 [1899]. 

Expansion of constitutional powers by in- 
terpretation. [Paul Fuller] 5 Colum. L. 
Rev. 193 [1905]. 

Growth of the idea of annexation and its 
bearing on constitutional law. [John 
Gorham Palfrey] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 371 
[1900]. 

An illustration of the evolution of national 
authority. [Hampton L. Carson] 22 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 904, 931 [1901]; 10 Am. 
Uw. 198 [1902]. 

The nation and the constitution. [Charles 
F. Amidon] 19 Green Bag, 594 [1907]. 

Obligation of the legislature and judiciary 
to respect constitutional limitations. 
[Richard C. Dale] 48 Am. L. Reg. 441 
[1900]. 

An old principle newly applied. 8 Law Notes 
[N. Y.l 469 [1905]. 

Our right to acquire and hold foreign territory. 
[Charles A. Gardiner] 7 Am. Law. 47; 
33 Am. L. Rev. 161 [1899]. 

Recent progress in constitutional law — 
effect of Hovey v. Elliott andBoyd v. United 
States, 6 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 177 [1902]. 

The relation of the constitution and laws 
of the United States to territory ac- 
quired by treaty or by conquest. [Wil- 
liam W. McFarland] 62 Alb. L. J. 
137 [1900]. 

The suppression of anarchy. [James M. 
Beck] 36 Am. L. Rev. 190; 23 Nat. 
Corp. Rep. 592. 620 [1902]. 

The true constitution — suggestions towards 
its interpretation. [Joseph Culbertson 
Clayton] 69 Alb. L. J. 271; 14 Am. 
Law. 545; 15 do, 19, 72, 121, 167 
[1906-7]. 



III. Distribution of Governmental Powers and 
Functions. 

Acquisition and government by the United 
States of Island Territory. [Simeon 
E. Baldwin ]12 Harv. L. Rev. 393 [1899]. 

Congress, and the r^ulation of corporations. 
[E. Parmalee Prentice] 19 Harv. L. 
Rev. 168 [1906]. 

Constitutional limitations as to territories. 
4 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 185 [1901]. 

Constitutional questions suggested by recent 
acquisitions. [Paul Fuller] 1 Colum. L. 
Rev. 108 [1901]. 

Constitutionality of general arbitration trea- 
ties. [Everett P. Wheeler] 17 Green 
Bag, 533 [1905]. 

The extent and limitations of the treaty- 
making power under the constitution. 
[Chandlef P. Anderson] 1 Am. J. Int. 
L. 636 [1907]. 

Federal control of corporations. [E. W. 
Huffcut] 34 Am. L. Rev. 186 [1900]. 

Federal control of corporations. [John BeU 
Sanborn] 37 Am. L. Rev. 703 [1908]. 

Federal control of corporations — a public 
necessity. [William J. Curtis] 17 Green 
Bag, 138 [1905]. 

Federal control of insurance corporations. 
[William R. Vance] 17 Green Bag, 83 
[1905]. 

Government ownership of public utilities. 
[Christopher G. Tiedeman] 16 Harv> 
L. Rev. 476 [1903]. 

The judicial power in a constitutional govern- 
ment. [Horace H. Lurton] 44 Ohio 
L. B. 85 [1900]. 

Power of general government to protect its 
officers and to control anarchy. [Joseph 
B. Thompson] 35 Am. L. Rev. 807 
[1901]. 

Power of the senate to amend a treaty. 
[B. M. Thompson] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 427 
[1905]. 

Power of the United States to acquire terri- 
tory, and of the congress to govern it. 
[Pope Barron] 1 So. L. Rev. 317 [1901]. 

The powers of congress over treaties. [Her- 
man W. Morris] 37 Am. L. Rev. 363 
[1903]. 

Punishment of anarchy — constitutional limi- 
tations. ]Percy L. Edwards] 64 Alb. 
L. J. 290 [19021. 



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Relation between the general government 
and the states. JThomas J. Johnston] 
10 Uw Notes (N. Y.J 186 [1907]. 

Supreme Court of the United States: its 
place in the constitution. [Joseph H. 
Choate] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 45; 65 Alb. L. 
J. 203; 2 Can. L. Rev. 646 [1903]. 

The treaty-making power. [L. Atherley- 
Jones] 42 L. J. 511 [1907]. 

Treaty-maldng power. [Shackelford Miller] 
41 Am. L. Rev. 527 [1907], 

The treaty making power and the House of 
Representatives. [Paul A. Moses] 22 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 804 [1901]. 

Treaty-making power and the reserved sover- 
eignty of the states. [Arthur K. Kuhn] 
7 Colum. L. Rev. 172 [1907]. 

Treaty-making power under the constitution. 
[John W. Foster] 11 Yale L. J. 69 [1901]. 

Two theories as to the implied powers of the 
government. [Margaret C. Klingel- 
smith] 54 Am. L. Reg. 214 [1906]. 

IV. Police Power, 

Constitutional limitations of the police power. 

[S. S. Merrill] 51 Cent. L. J. 225 [1900]. 
Has the Federal Government a police power? 

32 Nat. Corp. Rep. 849 [1906]. 
Interstate commerce and the police power. 

[George A. Talley] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 12 

[1907]. 
Is there a federal police power? [Paul Fuller] 

4 Colum. L. Rev. 563 [1904]. 
State police powers and federal property 

guarantees. [Charles C. Marshall] 4 

Colum. L. Rev. 153 [1904]. 

V. Personal, Civil, and Polilical Righls. 
Citizenship and allegiance in constitutional 

and international law. [W. W. WU- 

lou^hy] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 914 [1907]. 
Common encroachments on constitutional 

liberty. [Moses N. Amis] 1 N. C. 

L. J. 273 [1900]. 
Consent of the governed. [Wilhur Larre- 

more] 40 Am. L. Rev. 161 [1906]. 
The constitution • and inequality of rights. 

[Edwin Burritt Smith] 10 Yale L. J. 

146 [1901]. 
The constitution and religion. [Solomon 

MendeU] 14 Green Bag, 411 [1902]. 
Constitutional aspects of employers liability 

legislation. [Ernst Freund] 19 Green 

Bag, 80 [1907]. 



Constitutional aspects of the senatorial 
debate on the railroad rate bill. [James 
Wallace Bryan] 41 Am. L. Rev. 801 

[1907]. 

Constitutional aspects of the Tillman- 
McLaurin controversy. [Frederick L. 
Siddons] 12 Yale L. J. 21 [1902]. 

Constitutional question suggested by the trial 
of William D. Haywood. [Charles P. 
McCarthy] 19 Green Bag, 636 [1907]. 

Constitutional power of the courts over 
admission to the bar. [Blewett Lee] 
13 Harv. L. Rev. 283 [1899]. 

Constitutional right of congress to refuse a 
seat to a member elect presenting a 
valid certificate of election. [H. F. 
PownaU] 6 Kan. Uw. 4 [Feb. 1900]. 

Constitutional "right of refusal to deal." 
[Frederick H. Cooke] 63 Alb. L. J. 
300, 475; [Charles E. Patterson] 63 Alb. 
L. J. 404 [1901]. 

The constitutional view of the race question. 
[John S. Wise] 48 Ohio L. B. 715 [1903]. 

The constitutionality of the Beveridge child 
labor bill. [Edwin Mazey] 39 Chic. 
Leg. N. 398 [1907]. 

Constitutionality of larceny from the person 
of an unknown person. [Joseph M. 
Sullivan] 69 Alb. L. J. 332 [1907]. 

Constitutionality of legislation against ticket- 
scalpers. 5 Law Notes [N.Y.] 43 [1901]. 

Constitutionality of states civil rights acts. 
[From N. Y. Law Jnl.] 15 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 399 [1897]. 

The constitutionality of a statute authorizing 
the erection of telegraph poles in the 
public highway without compensation 
to the abutting property owner. [Wil- 
liam T. Haymond] 61 Cent. L. J. 24 
[1905]. 

Courte and the people. [John Woodward] 
7 Colum. L. Rev. 559 [19tf7]. 

Curfew ordinances and constitutional law. 
[Arthur F. Anundsen] 4 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 107 [1900]. 

A doctrine of civil liberty. [Hiram L. Sihley] 
52 Ohio L. B. 269 [1907]. 

The fifteenth amendment and negro suffrage. 
3 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 209 [1900]. 

Implied limitations upon the exercise of the 
legislative power. [Richard C. Dale] 
49 Am. L. R^. 580 [1901]. 



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Income tax and the constitution. [Edmund 
B. Whitney] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 280 [1907]. 

Initiative and referendum under the federal 
constitution. [Henry W. Bond] 56 Cent. 
L. J. 444 [1903]. 

Initiative and referendum under the United 
States constitution. [T. A. Sherwood] 
66 Cent. L. J. 247 [1903]. 

Is colonization a crime — or does the con- 
stitution follow the flag? [E. H. Handle] 
41 Am. L. Rev. 705 [1907]. 

Is the initiative and referendum repugnant 
to the constitution of the United States? 
[Willis L. Hand] 58 Cent. L. J. 244 [1904.] 

Is there an unwritten constitution in the 
United States? Are acts of the l^is- 
lature void because violative of common 
right? [Henry M. Dowling] 62 Cent. 
L. J. 144 [1906]. 

Japanese school incident at San Francisco 
from the point of view of international 
and constitutional law. [Theodore P. 
Ion] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 326 [1907]. 

The judicial history of individual liberty. 

[Van Vechten Veeder] 16 Green Bag, 

23, 101, 177, 247, 317, 395. 471. 529. 

591, 673, 725 [1904]. 
Jury trial and the Federal Constitution. 

[William Cullen Dennis] 6 Colum. L. 

Rev. 423 [1906]. 
Legal right of a state to limit the suffrage. 

[John Woodward] 1 So. L. Rev. 338 

[1901]. 

L^al status of our new possessions. [Paul 
Howland] 6 West. Res. L. J. 189 [1901]. 

No one shall be compelled in any criminal 

case to be a witness against himself. 

[Charles E. Lehman] 47 Am. L. Reg. 

78 [1899]. 
Our new possessions. (James Bradley 

Thayer] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 464 [1899]. 

People of the United States. [Simeon E. 

Baldwin] 8 Yale L. J. 159 [1899]. 
The persistence of the doctrine of natural 

rights. 32 Nat. Corp. Rep. 637 [1906], 
Political significance of the case of Madbury 

vs. Madison, [Christopher G. Tiede« 

man] 2 Brief, 3 [1899]. 
Power of state l^islatures to fix the mini- 
mum amount of wages to coal miners. 

[R. M. Benjamin] 64 Alb. L. J. 349; 

6 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 120 [1902J. 



Power of the state to r^ulate prices and 
charges. [G. A. Finkelnl^iirg] 6 Am. 
Uw. 125 [1896]; 9 do. 381 [1901]. 

Racial discrimination. [Darius H. Finney] 
27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 92, 115 [1903]. 

Some effects of outlaying dependencies upon 
the United States. [Henry C. Morris] 
39 Chic. Leg, N. 206 [1907]. 

State and official liability. [Edmund M. 
Parker] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 335 [1906]. 

Status of our new possessions. [Ahbott Law- 
rence Lowell] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 155 
[1899]. 

Status of our new territories. [C. C. Lang* 
deU] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 365 [1899]. 

Veto power as seen from a comparative 
study of American constitutions. [Willis 
Vickery] 6 West. Res. L. J. 134 [1900]. 

VI. Vested Rights. 

Absolute rights and the coal strike. 1 Okla. 
L. J. 64 [1902]. 

Franchises affected by change of sovereignty. 
[Paul FuUer] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 241 
[1903]. 

History of the adoption of Art. IV, Sec. I, 
and its effects on judgments. [Greorge 
P. Costigan, Jr.] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 470 
[1904]. 

How judgments are affected by the "full 
faith and credit" section of the United 
States Constitution and the Acts of 
Congress of May 26, 1790, and March 
27, 1804. [George Costigan, Jr.] 38 
Am. L. Rev. 350 [1904]. 

State police powers and federal property 
guarantees. [Charles C. Marshall] 
4 Colum. L. Rev. 153 [1904]. 

VII. Obligatum of Contracts. 

The constitutional protection of the obligation 
of contracts. [Chas. W. McKlnney] 53 
Cent. L. J. 44 [1901]. 

The obligation of contract in its relation 
to the U. S. constitution. [T. F. C. 
Damarest] 67 Alb. L. J. 315 [1905]. 

Significance of the term "contract *' in article 
1, section 10, of the constitution. [Wm. 
UnderhiU Moore] 14 Kan. Law. 1 
[Sept. 1907]. 

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IX. PrioUegitSt or ImmunUieSt and Class Leg- 
islation, 

Constitutional provisions against forcing 
self-incrimination. [Henry T. Terry] 

15 Yale L. J. 127 [1906). 

Delegation of l^islative power to the Presi- 
dent. [Edward B. Whitney] 1 Colum. 
L. Rev. 33 [1901). 

Ship subsidies and sugar bounty statutes. 
[Herman Foster Robinson] 2 Colum. 
L. Rev. 525 [1902]. 

X. Commeru Clause. 

Constitutional protection of ''original pack- 
ages" employed in interstate commerce. 
[Henry M. Dowling] 55 Cent. L. J. 
342 [1902]. 

Constitutionality of federal l^slation con- 
cerning employer and employee engaged 
in interstate and foreign commerce. 
[Carl v. Wisner] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 639 
[1907]. 

Constitutionality of the law regulating in- 
terstate railway rates. [D. Walter 
Brown] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 497 [1906]. 

Development of the commerce clause in the 
Federal constitution. [Walter C. Noyes] 

16 Yale L. J. 253 [1907]. 

One phase of federal power under the com- 
merce clause of the constitution. [John 
C. DonneUy] 2 Mich. L. Rev. 670 [1904]. 

Power of congress over combinations affect- 
ing interstate commerce. [Augustine 
L. Humes] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 83 [1903]. 

Power of congress to prescribe railroad rates. 
[Franic W. Hackett] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 
127 [1906]. 

Power congress to r^ulate railway rates. 
[Victor Morawetz] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 
572 [1905]. 

Railway rate regulation. [Adelbert Moot] 
19 Harv. L. Rev. 487 [1906J. 

The relation of insurance to the commerce 
clause in the federal constitution. [Regi- 
nald H. Innee] 48 Am. L. Reg. 717 
[1900]. 

XI . Due Process and Equal Protection of Laws, 
Christian science and religious liberty. [Ed- 
ward W. Dickey] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 261 
[1906]. 

Constitutional prohibition of local and special 
legislation in Pennsylvania. [Tlionias 
Raebum White] 49 Am. L. Reg. 623, 
687 [1901]. 



Constitutionality of the Indiana anti- 
cigarette law. [Thomas A. Sims] 4 
Mich. L. Rev. 124 [1905]. 

Constitutionality of state laws for the privi- 
l^e of doing bunness involving classifi- 
cation and discrimination. [Eugene Mc- 
QuiUin] 62 Cent. L. J. 124 [1906]. 

Constitutionality, operation, and effect of 
laws taxing franchises, and especially 
the Georgia franchise tax act. [A. G. 
PoweU] 11 Am. Uw. 384 [1903]. 

Demands of labor and the fourteenth amend- 
ment. [Roger F. Sturgis] 41 Am. L. 
Rev. 481 [1907]. 

Does the United States constitution inhibit 
state laws limiting hours of private 
daily employment? [Dana T. Jones] 
53 Cent. L. J. 384 [ 1901]. 

Due process of law. [Alton B. P&rlier] 11 
Am. Law 333, 388, 431 ; 37 Am. L. Rev. 
641 [1903]. 

Due process of law. [Isaac Franklin Rus- 
sell] 14 Yale L. J. 322 [1905]. 

Due process of law. [Hannis Taylor] 41 
Am. L. Rev. 354 [1907], 

Due process of law and the Torrens system. 
[D. C. O'Flaherty] 9 Va. L. Reg. 85 
[1903]. 

Equal protection of the laws. [Isaac F. 
RusseU] 64 Alb. L. J. 425 [1902]; 6 Brief, 
24 [1906]. 

Fourteenth amendment and special assess- 
ments on real estate. [Henry Hub- 
bard] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 1, 98 [1900]. 

Governmental regulation of prices. [Eugene 
A. Gilmore] 17 Green Bag, 627 [1905]. 

The great usurpation. [William Trickett] 
40 Am. L. Rev. 356 [1906]. 

The growing importance of the fourteenth 
amendment. [Hannis Taylor] 41 Am. 
L. Rev. 550 [1907]. 

Limitations upon the power of one state to 
exclude the corporations of another. 
[Eugene F. Ware] 17 Green Bag, 699 
[1905]. 

Obligation of the legislature and judiciary 
to respect constitutional limitations. 
[Richard C. Dale] 48 Am. L. Reg. 441 
[1900]. 

Public service company rates and the 
fourteenth amendment. [N. Matthews, 
Jr., and W. G. Thompson] 15 Harv. 
L. Rev. 249, 353 [1902]. 



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The right of a negro litigant to a trial by a 
mixed jury under ''the equal protection 
of the laws." [Glenda Burke Slay- 
maker] 65 Alb. L. J. 131 [1903]. 

State laws and municipal ordinances against 
common rights, interfering with indi- 
vidual liberty and regulating personal 
association and employment. [Eugene 
McQuiUin] 64 Cent. L. J. 209 [1907]. 

Statutes are unconstitutional which impose 

the cost of a public improvement upon 

adjacent lands. [R. H. Field] 51 Cent. 

L. J. 423 [1900]. 
Taxation of movables and the fourteenth 

amendment. [John Bassett Moore] 

7 Colum. L. Rev. 309 [1907]. 
Unconstitutionality of assessment of private 

property by a front foot or area rule. 

[R. H. Field] 51 Cent. L. J. 243 [1900]. 

CONSULS. 

See Ambassadors and Consuls. 

CONTEMPT. 

Arbitrary fines and imprisonment for con- 
tempt of court. 108 L. T. 434 [1900]. 

Attachment or committal. 44 Sol. J. 527[1900]. 

Contempt. [Linton D. Landrum] 58 Alb. 
L. J. 396 [1898]. 

Contempt in the Federal courts. [William 
A. Conover] 35 Chic. Leg. N. 30 [1902]. 

Contempt of court. 113 L. T. 127 [1902]. 

— 1 N. Ir. Jur. 204, 211 [1901]. 

— 24 S. A. L. J. 28 [1907]. 

— [Joseph Baptista] 2 Bom. L. R. 49 [1900]. 

— [Wilbur Larremore] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 

614 [1900]. 

Contempt of court and the press. [Arthur 
E. Hughes] 16 Uw Q. Rev. 292 [1900]. 

Contempt of court by debtors. [W. E. True- 
man] 27 Can. L. T. 1 [1907]. 

Contempt of justices. 62 J. P. 627 [1898]; 
66 do. 497 [1902]. 

Extra-territorial jurisdiction — a curious con- 
tempt of court question in Siam. 106 
L. T. 120 [1898]. 

A glance at legislative contempt. [Frank 
W. Hackett] 11 Green Bag, 226 [1899]. 

Law of contempt in India. [Sarat Chandra 
Lahiri] 17 Mad. L. J. 387 [1907]. 

Lord Chief Justice Wilmot's undelivered 
opinion in Rex v. Almon, 23 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 534 [1901]. 

Protecting petty sessional courts from con- 
tempt. 67 J. P. 603 [1903]. 



Regina v. Gray. [G. D. Keogh] 25 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 473 [1900]. 

Statements by attorneys in arguments, plead- 
ings, and briefs as to rulings and decisions. 
[Sumner Kenner] 65 Cent. L. J. 331 
[1907]. 

Virginia statute of contempts. [E. W. Saun- 
ders] 4 Va. L. Reg. 281, 345 [1898]. 

CONTINGENT FEES. 

See Fees. 
Contingent remainder or executory devise. 

[James M. Willcoz] 50 Am. L. Reg. 

313 [1902]. 
CONTRABAND OF WAR. 
Are foodstuffs contraband? [Edwin Mazey] 

8 Am. Law. 108; 34 Am. L. Rev. 205 

[1900]. 
Blockade and contraband: law and practices 

of nations in recent times. [Chas. L 

Nordon]29Law Mag.andRev. 179[1904]. 
Comparative views on contraband. [John 

M. Cover] 2 j. Comp. Leg. 118 [1900]. 
Continuous voyages and contraband. 108 

L. T. 292 [1900]. 
Continuous voyages in relation to contra- 
band of war. [J. Westlalce] 15 Law Q. 

Rev. 24 [1899]. 
Contraband and the American civil war cases. 

[Frank E. Hodgins] 36 Can. L. J. 73 

[1900]. 
Contraband consigned to neutral ports. 

[R. Candish Henderson] 12 Jurid. Rev. 

131 [1900]. 
Contraband goods and neutral ports. [E. 

L. deHart] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 193 [1901]. 
Contraband of war. 104 L. T. 569. 
— [J. Robertson Christie] 10 Jurid. Rev. 

296 [1898]. 
Effect of capture of contraband. 123 L. T. 

268 [1907]. 
Exemption of private property at sea from 

capture. [Samuel B. Crandall] 5 

Colum. L. Rev. 487 [1905]. 
Exemption of private property at sea from 

capture. [Edwin Mazey] 18 Green Bag, 

155 [1906]. 
Law of contraband and prize. [Thomas 

Baty] 16 Jurid. Rev. 268 [1904]. 
Naval or victualling stores: the right of pre- 
emption. [R. G. Marsden] 4 J. Comp. 

Leg. 45 [1902]. 
Neutral trade in contraband of war. [Douglas 

Owen] 31 Law Mag. and Rev. 51 [1905]. 



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91 



CONTRACTS 



Russia and contraband. 20 Law Q. Rev. 339 
[1904]. 

State interference in [a] contraband trade, 
[b] blockade-running. [F. W. Pajmj 
24 Uw Mag. and Rev.208, 329, 448(1899]. 

Contractors, The liability of. 67 J. P. 
409 [1903]. 

CONTRACTS. 

Acceptance of an offer by post. [Prisranath 
Sen] 3 Cal. L. J. 1 [1906]. 

The "affecting" of contracts by statute. 116 
L. T. 470 [1904]. 

Afterthoughts on consideration. [Frederick 
Pollock] 17 Law Q. Rev. 415; 1 Can. 
L. Rev. 135 [1901]. 

Anti-trust legislation and the doctrine against 
contracts in restraint of trade. [Fred- 
erick H. Cooke] 33 Am. L. Rev. 63 [1899]. 

Application of the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur 
and the effect thereon of the contrac- 
tural relations fof the parties. [Cyrus 
J. Wood] 57 Cent. L. J. 65 [1903]. 

The appointment of parties to convey in 

place of defaulting parties. 34 Ir. L. 

T. 289 [1900]. 
Articles of association and the law of con- 
tract. 108 L. T. 146 [1899]. 
Assignability of contract. [Frederic C. 

Woodward] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 23 [1904]. 
Assignment — I>octrine of Boston Ice Co. 

V. Potter. [George P. Costigan, Jr.] 

6 Colum. L. Rev. 32 [1907]. 
Award or valuation. 46 Sol. J. 210 [1902]. 
Bank notices as contracts. 15 Bank. L. J. 

199 [1898]. 
A blow to architects. 24 L. Notes [Gib.] 

147 [1905]. 
Sreach of contract — plea of leave and license 

as a defense. 40 Ir. L. T. 99 [1906]. 
Breach of one installment of a divisible con- 
. tract. [Francis H. Bohlen] 48 Am. L. 

Reg. 391, 468 [1900]. 
Building contracts. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 183 

[1903]. 
C. I. F. and F. O. B. contracts. Ill L. T. 

26 [1901]. 
Codification of the doctrine of rescission. 

[Francis M. Burdick] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 

264 [1904]. 
Combinations of contracts relating to the 

sale of personal property. [Edward 

S. RapaUo] 14 Am. Uw. 52 [1906]. 



The common law theory of contract. [Charles 
Morse] 39 Can. L. J. 379 [1903]. 

Competency to contract in India. [Satish 
Chandra Banerji] 1 Alia. L. J. 50 [1904]. 

The completion of contracts by mail or tele- 
graph. [Charles Noble Gregory] 48 
Am. L. Reg. 354 [1900]. 

Conditional sale contracts in bankruptcy. 
[Max Isaac] 10 Am. Uw. 535 [1902]. 

Conditions in contract. [Clarence D. 
Ashley] 14 Yale L. J. 424 [1905]. 

Conditions in contracts. [Geo. P. Costigan, 

Jr.] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 151 [1907]. 

The conflict of laws: contracts. [E. Lafleur] 
3 Rev. Leg. 423 [1897]. 

Conflict of laws — substance or obligation 
of contract distinguished from remedy. 
[Raleigh C. Minor] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 
262 [1903]. 

Consideration in the English law of contract. 
[Rankine Wilson] 28 Law Mag. and 
Rev. 25 [1902]. 
^Consideration in Natal. 4 Natal L. Q. 206 
[1905]. 

Constitutional protection of the obligation 
of contracts. [Chas. W. McKinney] 
53 Cent. L. J. 44 [1901]. 

Constructive contracts. [George P. Cos- 
tigan, Jr.] 19 Green Bag, 512 [1907]. 

The contract arising under a notice to treat. 
44 Sol. J. 747 [1900]. 

Contract which the law creates after a breach, 
imperfect performance, or abandonment. 
[Chas. W. McKinney] 52 Cent. L. J. 
288 [1901]. 

Contracts against public policy. 122 L. T. 
523 [1907]. 

Contracts by lunatics. [Henry Goudy] 
17 Uw Q. Rev. 147 [1910]. 

Contracts by telegram. 110 L. T. 32 [1900]; 
112 do. 101 [1902]. 

Contracts by tender — continuing offers. 
13 Mad. L. J. 45 [1903]. 

Contracts collateral to leases. Ill L. T. 
267 [1901]. 

Contracts: ex pacto actio non nascitur. [Ed- 
gar S. Shumway] 51 Am. L. Reg. 268 
[1903]. 

Contracts filed under section 25 of the Com- 
panies act, 1897. 43 Sol. J. 523 [1899]. 

Contracts for the benefit of third parties. 
105 L. T. 485 [1898]. 



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92 



CONTRACTS 



Contracts for the benefit oi a third person. 

[Samuel Williston] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 767 

[1902]. 
Contracts for the benefit of a third person in 

the civil law. [Samuel Williston] 16 

Harv. L. Rev. 43 [1902). 

Contracts impossible of performance. [Max 
A. Robertson] 14 Green Bag, 184 [19Q2]. 
See 3 Cal. L. J. 39 [1906]. 

Contracts in restraint of trade. [Silas 
Alward] 36 Can. L. J. 612 [1900]. 

Contracts in restraint of trade. [Allan T. 
Brinsmade] 5 West. Res. L. J. 165 [1899]. 

Contracts in restraint of trade. [J . Roberton 
Christie] 12 Jurid. Rev. 283 [1900]. 

Contracts in restraint of trade. [N. W. 
Hoyles] 27 Can. L. T. 673 [1907]. 

Contracts made through the post. [Richard 
Robson] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 185 [1906]. 

Contracts of indemnity. [T. F. Martin] 
4 Com. L. Rev. 13 [1906]. 

Contracts of municipal corporations. [Shir- 
ley Denison] 18 Can. L. T. 145 [1898]. 

Contracts of railway companies limiting 
liability. [Shirley Denison] 20 Can. 
L. T. 1, 25 [1900]. 

Contracts to pay tithe. 117 L. T. 26 [1904]. 

Contracts unilateral and bilateral. [John 
D. Lawson] 50 Cent. L. J. 305, 327 [1900]. 

Contracts with promotors. 43 Sol. J. 639 [1899]. 

Corporate contracts in restraint of trade and 
to prevent competition. Comment on 
recent New Jersey cases. [Norman 
Grey] 51 Am. L. Reg. 672 [1903]. 

Councillors interested in contracts. 64 J. P. 

819 [1900]. 
Critical analysis of the law as to mistake in its 

effect upon contracts. 38 Am. L. Rev. 

334 [1904]. 
Dependency of mutual promises in the civil 

law. [Samuel Williston] 13 Harv. L. 

Rev. 80 [1899]. 
Discharge by alteration. [Geo. A. Lee] 

65 Cent. L. J. 18 [1907]. 

Discharge of contracts by alteration. [Sam- 
uel Williston] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 105, 
165 [1904--51. 

Divisible contracts. [Wm. M. Wherry] 61 
Alb. L. J. 199 [1900]. 

The doctrine of anticipatory breach. [Colin 
P. CampbeU] 60 Cent. L. J. 64 [1905]. 



The doctrine of anticipatory breach of con- 
tracts — ^theoretically and historically con- 
sidered. [Paul A. Moses] 21 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 64, 92, 125, 156 [1900]. 

The doctrine of consideration. 21 S. A. L. J. 
346 [1904]. 

The doctrine of consideration. [Rankine 
Wilson] 27 Law Mag. and Rev. 272 
[1902]. 

The doctrine of consideration as it obtains in 
South Africa. 6 Natal L. Q. 1 [1907]. 

The doctrine of divisible contracts. [Fred- 
eric C. Woodward] 48 Am. L. Reg. 1. 
[1900]. 

Doctrine of locus poeniienliae, [Payton 
Carter] 9 Am. Law. 386 [1901]. 

The effect of illegality on contract. [C. J. 
Ingram] 24 S. A. L. J. 282 [1907]. 

Enforcement of contract valid where made, 
but contrary to the public policy of the 
state of the forum. [John D. Lawson] 
54 Cent. L. J. 223 [1902]. 

The enforcement of parol contracts relating 
to real estate. [John F. Doherty] 52 
Cent. L. J. 402 [1901]. 

Equitable relief in cas^s of unconscionable 
and hard bargains. 33 Jr. L. T. 189, 198 
[1899]. 

Failure of consideration or failure of perform- 
ance. 7 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 164 [1903]. 

Formal contracts. 49 Sol. J. 768 [1905]. 

Formation of contract in English law. [Ernst 
Schuster] 27 Can. L. T. 248, 347 [1907]. 

Formation of contract inter absentes. [Clar- 
ance D. Ashley] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 1 
[1902]. 

Freedom of contract. [Jerome C. Knowl- 
ton] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 617 [1905]. 

Growth of the power of contract in the 
history of the liability of common car- 
riers. [Hugh E.WUlis] 5 Brief, 231 [1905]. 

Impossible contracts. [A. G. Carpenter] 7 
West. Res. L. J. 99 [1901]. 

Impossibility as defense to specific relief. 
[Satish Chandra Banerji] 3 Alia. L. 
J. 349 [1906]. 

Impossibility of performance as an excuse for 
breach of contract. [Frederic C. Wood- 
ward] 1 Colum. L. Rev. 529 [1901]. 

Incompentency to contract and its effects 
according to the law of British India. 
[H. H. Shephard] 20 Law Q. Rev. 81 
[1904]. 



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93 



CONTRACTS 



Inducing breach of contract. 63 J. P. 801 [1899]. 
Interference of third parties in contracts of 

others. (Darius H. PIngrey] 48 Cent. 

L. J. 112 [1899]. 

Interference with contract rdations. [Ernest 
Wilson Huffcut] 46 Am. L. R!eg. 273 

[1898]. 

Interference with contracts. 61 Sol. J. 167 
[1907]. 

Interpretation of promise. [Prijra Nath 
Sen] 1 Cal. L. J. 9 [1905]. 

Interpretation of reference clauses in con- 
tracts. [R. D. Mehrllle] 16 Jurid. Rev. 
297 [1904]. 

Interpreting the spirit of a contract. 105 
L. T. 331 [1898]. 

Is a contract in restraint of trade sustainable 
as an independent contract? [FrederidL 
H. Cooke] 35 Am. L. Rev. 836 [1901]. 

Jurisdiction of equity for the recission of 
contracts. [F. M. Hudson] 33 Am. 
L. Rev. 702 [1899]. 

The law of contract and the coronation. [J. 
HosseU Henderson] 10 Scot. L. T. 123 
[1902]. 

Law of contract in England and Scotland. 
[Richard Brown] 15 Jurid. Rev. 391 
[1903]. 

Law of mistake of fact, as applied in the 
avoidance of contracts. [L. L. Leonard] 
64 Alb. L. J. 148 [1902]. 

Legal effect of the postponement of the corona- 
tion. 113 L.T. 213 [1902]. 

The legality of contracts affecting the juris- 
diction of courts. [Glenda Burke 
Slaymaker] 58 Cent. L. J. 64 [1904]. 

Liability for interference with contracts. 
49 Sol. J. 666 [1905]. 

Liability of parties who are at the same time 
both jointly and severally liable ex 
contractu, [Walter L. Chaney] 57 
Cent. L. J. 283 [1903]. 

Liberty of contract. [O. H. Myrick] 61 Cent. 
L. J. 483 [1905]. 

The making of a contract. 51 Sol. J. 225 [1907]. 

Merger of a contract in a conveyance. 45 
Sol. J. 374 [1901]. 

Misapprehension as to the subject-matter 
of a contract. 47 Sol. J. 313 [1903]. 

Money-lending contracts. 43 Sol. J. 618 [1899]. 

Municipal contracts and the regulation of 
rates. [Herbert Pope] 16 Harv. L. 
Rev. 1 [1902]. 



Must the rejecrion of an offer be commu- 
nicated to the offeror. [Clarence D. 
Ashley] 12 Yale L. J. 419 [1903]. 

Mutual assent in contract. [Clarence D. 
Ashley] 3 Colum L. Rev. 71 [1903]. 

Mutual promises as a consideration for each 
other. [C. C. Langd^] 14 Harv. L. 
Rev. 496 [1901]. 
Mutuality in the enforcement of contracts 
for personal services. [Henry W. Bond] 
55 Cent. L. J. 64 [1902]. 
Negligence in relation to privity of contract. 
[C. B. Labatt] 16 Law Q. Rev. 168; 
36 Can. L. J. 178 [1900]. 
Notes on consideration. [Joseph H. Beale, 

Jr.] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 71 [1903]. 
The obligation of contract in its relation 
to the U. S. constitution. [T. F. C. 
Demarest] 67 Alb. L. J. 315 [1905]. 
The offer to do equity in suits for recission. 

3 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 227 [1900]. 
On misrepresentations of law. 115 L. T. 

341 [1903]. 
Ordinary and the ultimate purchaser. [Ber- 
nard C. Steiner] 16 Yale L. J. 112 
[1906]. 
Origin of contract in Roman law. [Charles 

Morse] 39 Can. L. J. 498 [1903]. 
Part-performance and the Statute of Frauds. 
34 Ir. L. T. 329; 35 do. 140 [1900-1901]. 
Penalties for failure to perform within a li- 
mited time under a substituted con- 
tract. [A. InglU Clark] 16 Law Q. Rev. 
117 [1900]. 
Penalties in public health contracts. 63 J. P. 

482 [1899]. 
Personal undertakings. 19 L. Notes [Gib.] 

80 [1900]. 
Place of contract. [Frederick H. Austin] 

51 Cent. L. J. 64 [1900]. 
The power of one party to an executory 
contract to stop its performance without 
the consent of the other. [Geo. W. 
Newton] 53 Cent. L. J. 247 [1901]. 
Privity of contract. [John G. Farmer] 38 

Can. L. J. 3 [1902]. 
Property destroyed pending executory con- 
tract of conveyance. [Francis J. Kear- 
ful] 50 Cent. L. J. 286 [1900]. 
Publishing agreements. 117 L. T. 308 [1904]. 
Ratification and the rights of third parties. 
[Charles Henry Tuttle] 35 Am. L. 
Rev. 864 [1901]. 



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94 



CONVERSION 



The "reasonable cause" of Grotius. 24 S. A. 
L. J. 172 (19071. 

Redssion of contract — return of notes of 
third parties. 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 288 
118971. 

Re-entry under a building agreement. 42 
Sol. J. 550 [18981. 

Remedies on sickness or disability of con- 
tracting party. [Nathan Newmark] 
48 Cent. L. J. 250 [18991. 

Remission of performance. [Dinshah Far- 
donji MuUa] 6 Bom. L. R. 227 [1904]. 

Repudiation of contracts. [Samuel Willis- 
ton] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 317. 421 [1901]. 

Repugnant conditions. 115 L. T. 561 [1903]. 

Restricting competition in contracts for 
public work — test of validity. [Eugene 
McQuUlin] 61 Cent. L. J. 204 [1905]. 

Right of an infant to disaffirm his executed 
contracts. [Frederick A. Henry] 5 
West. Res. L. J. 57 [1899]. 

Right of recovery for partial performance 
of entire contracts. [Graham B, 
Smedley] 65 Cent. L. J. 292 [1907]. 

Right of a third party under a contract inter 
alios, [A. C. Gait] 4 Can. L. Rev. 364 
[1905]. 

Rule in Hadley v. Baxendale. [F. E. Smith] 
16 Law Q. Rev. 275 [1900]. 

Should there be freedom of contract. [Clar- 
ence D. Ashley] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 423 
[1904]. 

Significance of the term ''contract'* in article 
1. Section 10 of the constitution. [Wm. 
Underhill Moore] 14 Kan. Law. 1 
[Sept. 1907]. 

Specific performance of building contracts. 
(A. S. Thompson] 56 Cent. L. J. 4 
[1903]. 

Splitting up causes of action on contract. 
[Rasrmond D. Thurber] 7 Bench and 
Bar, N. Y.. 13 [1906]. 

Studies in the law of contract. [A. Hlnden- 
burg] 15 Jurid. Rev. 213 [1903]. 

The theory of obligations in the civil law. 
[William Wh-t Howe] 13 Am. Uw. 439, 
482 [1905]. 

Two theories of consideration. [James 
Barr Ames] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 515; 
13 do. 29 [1899]. 

Validity of contracts between corporations 
having common directors. [Harold 
M. Bowman] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 577 [1906]. 



Undue influence as r^ards contracts and 
gifts inter vivos. 33 Ir. L. T. 277 [1899]. 

Validity of contracts between local au- 
thorities — members of the local au- 
thorities being shareholders in the com- 
panies. 65 J. P. 178 [1901]. 

The validity of contracts exempting railways 
from liability for negligent injury to pas- 
sengers. [Glenda Burke Slaymaker] 
57 Cent. L. J. 83 [1903]. 

Verbal alterations of written contracts in 

material parts. [Walter J. Lotz] 57 

Cent. L. J. 403 [1903]. 
Void agreements under the Ground Game 

Act. 64 J. P. 417 [1900]. 
Void and voidable in contracts. [Chas. W. 

McKinn^] 50 Cent. L. J. 345 [1900]. 
Wagering contracts. 44 Sol. J. 206 [1900]. 

— [N. W. Hoyles] 22 Can. L. T. 377 [1902]. 

— [Durga Charan Banerjee] 1 Alia. L. J. 169. 

— [Krishualal Mohaulal Jhaven] 6 Bom. 

L. R. 153 [1904]. 
Wanton interference with contract and 

business relations. [Henry M. Dowling] 

54 Cent. L. J. 426 [1902]. 
Wha« constitutes a contract? [Wm. Under- 

hiU Moore] 63 Alb. L. J. 411 [1901]. 
What is a promise in law? [Clarence D. 

Ashley] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 319 [1903]. 
When the impossible excuses. [Silas Alward] 

20 Can. L. T. 359 [1900]. 
When several contemporaneous contracts are 

construed together — effect upon nego- 
tiability of promissory notes. [Willis L. 

Hand] 53 Cent. L. J. 166 [1901]. 
Where part of the consideration of a contract 

is void, illegal, or unenforceable. [W. P. 

Rogers] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 93 [1906]. 
Work done for corporations on contracts not 

under seal. 67 J. P. 241, 279 [1903]. 
CONTRIBUTARY NEGLIGENCE. 

See Negligence. 
Contribution between co-sureties. J. T. 

Coleman] 4 Va. L. Reg. 298 [1898]. 

— a reply. [Samuel A. Anderson] 4 Va. L. 

Reg. 489 [1898]. 
— between persons jointly charged for neg- 

ligance. [Theodore W. Reath] 12 

Harv. L. Rev. 176 [1898]. 
CONVERSION. 
Effects of absolute order for sale in Land 

Judge's court — conversion. 33 Ir. L. T. 

389 [1899]. 



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95 



COOLEY 



Equitable conversion. [C. C. Langd^] 
18 Harv. L. Rev. 1, 83, 245; 19 do. 1, 79, 
233, 321 [1904-6]. 

The income of unauthorized securities prop- 
erly retained. 49 Sol. J. 294 [1905]. 

The jurisdiction to sanction conversion of 
business. 47 ^ol. J. 271 [1903]. 

A point in the law of conversion. 46 Sol. J. 

24 [1901]. 
CONVEYANCING, 

See also Deeds, Land Transfer Acts. 
Chinese conveyancing. [John D. S. Co<^] 

36 Am. L. Rev. 825 [1902]. 
Conveyance by a married woman who is 

trustee of real estate for sale. 34 Jr. 

L. T. 249 [190(^. 
Conveyance of lands by one whose lands are 

in the adverse possession of another. 

[George P. Castiian, Jr.] 19 Harv. L. 

Rev. 267 [1906]. 
Conveyances by the personal representative 

to the heir or devisee. 44 Sol. J. 191 

[1900]. 
Conveyances in fraud of creditors. [James 

McCabe] 63 Alb. L. J. 136, 302 [1901]. 
Conveyances of a testamentary character. 

[J. A. Montgomery] 35 Chic. Leg. N. 

172 [1903]. 
Conveyances under the Land Transfer Act, 

1897. 45 Sol. J. 592 [1901]. 
The Conveyancing act, 1874. [Thomaa M. 

Hosburg] 11 Scot. L. T. 91 [1903]. 
The Conveyancing and Settled Land bills. 

50 Sol. J. 370; 51 do. 510, 528 [1906-7]. 
Conveyancing considered as a progressive 

science. [Charles Wetherill] 55 Am. 

L. Reg. 297 [1907]. 
Conveyancing reform (Scotland). 19 Scot. 

L. Rev. 308 [1903]. 
Curiosities in conveyancing. 23 L. Notes 

[Gib.1 145 [1904]. 
Diagrams and general plans. 22 S. A. L. J. 

161 [1905]. 
The drafting of legal documents. 104 L. 

T. 170, 195. 241. 264 [1897-8]. 
The fiduciary fee in feudal conveyance. 

[T. Linsday Clark] 12 Jurid. Rev. 25 

1900]. 
Graeco- Roman conveyancing. 107 L. T. 310 

[1899]. 
Hints on Irish conveyancing: 

I. Particulars of sale. 2 N. Jr. Jur. 213 
[1902]. 



II. Conditions of sale. 2 N. Ir. Jur. 225 
[1902]. 

III. Fee-farm grants under the Renewable 
Leasehold Conversion act. 2 N. Ir. 
Jur. 258 [1902). 

Is one claiming title under a quit-claim deed 
a bona fide purchaser? [L. W. Carr] 
4 Mich. L. Rev. 602 [1906]. 

Logical conveyancing. [T. F. Martin] 20 

Law Q. Rev. 195 [1904]. 
The meaning of "contrary intention" in the 

Conveyancing act. 106 L. T. 598 [1898]. 
Merger of a contract in a conveyance. 45 

Sol. J. 374 [1901]. 
The old Scots' conveyances. [H. P. Mac- 

Millan] 10 Jurid. Rev. 425 [1898]; 11 do. 

41 [1899]. 
*Tart of a parcel." 44 Sol J. 404 [1900]. 
The phrase, "as if she had died intestate 

and without having been married." 47 

Sol. J. 64, 85, 105, 530 [1902-3]. 
A practical question in the law of fraudulent 

conveyances. [Lenton D. Landnim] 

59 Cent. L. J. 344 [1904]. 
Prescription of land rights under the con- 
veyancing [Scotland] act, 1874. [W. 

Guy] 15 Jurid. Rev. 155 [1903]. 
A project for a printed Register of Sasines. 

[A. R, Prentice] 20 Scot. L. Rev. 115 

[1904]. 
Requirements of the conveyancing acts, 1881- 

1892. Covenants against assignment — 

provisions for re-entry on bankoiptcy. 

35 Ir. L. T. 299 [1901]. 
Suggested improvements in the Conveyancing 

act, 1881. [T. F. Martin] 30 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 282 [1905]. 
The testing clause. 12 Scot. L. Rev. 173 [1896]. 
Transfer of land in old English law. [Paul 

Vinogradoff] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 532 [1907]. 
Vested subject to be divested. 105 L. T. 

435 [1898]. 
Vesting declarations. 48 Sol. J. 521 [1904]. 
Convict, The status of an innocent. 7 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 166 [1903]. 
Cooley, Thomas Mclntyre. [1824-1898.] 

Biographical sketch. [Jerome C. 

Knowlton] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 309 [1907]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 7 Case and Com. 

25 [1900]. 

— Obituary. 17 Nat. Corp. Rep. 105 [1898]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. 

N. 28 [1898]. 



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96 



CORONERS 



•• 



Coon-skin cap law." [Henry Clay Cald- 
weU) 37 Am. L. Rev. 677 [19031. 

Cooper, John S. [1841-1907.] Obituary, 

40Chic. Leg. N. 119 [1907). 
CO-OPERATIVE BANKS. 

See Building and Loan Association. 

COPYHOLDS. 

Compensation for copyhold fines. 51 Sol. 

J. 204 [1907]. 
Copyhold enfranchisement, A scheme of. 

[H. J. Randall] 21 Uw Q. Rev. 150 

[1906]. 
COPYRIGHT. 

Amateur theatricals and dramatic play- 
rights. 106 L. T. 188 [1898]. 
The American copyright bill and the Aus- 
tralian Copyright act. 50 Sol. J. 680 

[1906]. 
Canadian copyright in its constitutional 

and international aspects. [John G. 

O'Donoghue] 37 Can. L. J. 370 [1901]. 
Canadian copyright in its constitutional 

and international aspects. [A. R. 

Clute] 24 Can. L. T. 307, 347 [1904]. 
Copyright. [E. L. Newcombe] 1 Can. L. 

Rev. 377 [1902]; [W. E. Raney] 23 

Can. L. T. 46 [1903]. 
Copyright: author v. reporter v. publisher. 

108L. T. 51; 109 do. 378 [1899-1900]. 
The copyright bill. [Alex. Moffatt] 10 

Jurid. Rev. 161 [1898]. 
The copyright bill. [Charlea Porterfleld] 

10 Uw Notes [N. V.] 85, 107 [1906]. 
Copyright in certain artistic works. [Alexan- 
der MacGregor] 37 Can. L. J. 490 [1901]. 
Copyright in kinematographs. [William 

Jago] 42 L. J. 696 [1907]. 
Copyright in photographs. [J. Wri^t 

Forbes] 8 Scot. L. T. 94 [1900]. 
Copyright in reports of speeches. 43 Sol. 

J. 715; 44 do. 22, 670 [1899-1900]. 
Copyright in reports of speeches. 107 L. T. 

451 [1899]. 
Copyright legislation. [Warwick H. Draper] 

17 Uw Q. Rev. 39 [1901]. 
Copyright of magazine articles. Ill L. T. 

395; 1 N. Ir. Jur. 301 [1901]. 
Copyright reform. 23 Law Mag. and Rev. 

195 [1898]. 
Duration of copyright. [Samuel J. Elder] 

14Valel.J.417[19061. 
hitemational copyright. [Alei. Gibeon] 

4 Com. L. Rev. 225 [1907]. 



Is there any property in the title to a book 
or play? [H. Gerald Chapin] 8 Am. 
Uw. 506 [1900]. 

Jurisdiction of civil courts in suits for copy- 
right. [K. Srinivasa Aijran^r] 10 
Mad. L. J. 59 [1900]. 

The law as regards author and editor. HI 
L. T. 413; 1 N. Ir. Jur. 309 [1901]. 

Uw of dramatic copyright. [Edward S. 
Rogers] 1 Mich. L. Rev. 102, 179 [1902]. 

Literary and artistic copyright in the Com- 
monwealth [Aust.]. [Adand Gilea] 3 
Can. L. Rev. 107, 145 [1906]. 

Musical copyright and mechanical organs. 
108 L. T. 214 [1900]. 

Musical instruments and the copyright law 
of Italy. [H. St. John Mildmay] 30 
Uw Mag. and Rev. 286 [1905]. 

Our archaic copyright laws. [Samuel J. 
Elder] 37 Am. L. Rev. 206 [1902]. 

Patent and copyright law considered with 
reference to the contract of employment. 
[C. B. Labatt] 42 Can. L. J. 529 [1906]. 

Patent rights and copyrights. [C. C. Lang- 
deU] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 553 [1899]. 

Proposed copyright legislation. [Hugh K. 
Wagner] 10 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 165 [1906]. 

A question in the law of copyright. [Robert 
W. Archibald, Jr.] 49 Am. L. Reg. 
519 [1901]. 

Recent foreign copyright law. 116 L. T. 
516 [1904]. 

The reporter and the law of copyright. [J. 
Andrew Strahan] 26 Uw Mag. and 
Rev. 35 [1900]. 

Some recent copyright decisions. [J. An- 
drew Strahan] 32 Uw Mag. and Rev. 
257 [1907]. 

What is an author? [Aleiander Moffatt] 
12 Jurid. Rev. 217 [1900]. 

Coronation, Legal effect of the postpone- 
ment of the. 113 L. T. 213 [1902]. 

— of an English monarch, Some curious 

facts about the. [John DeMorgan] 13 
Green Bag, 287 [1901]. 

— A Scottish note on the. [J. Balfour Paul] 

14 Jurid. Rev. 205 [1902]. 
CORONERS. 
Coroners and coroners* inquests. [J. E. 

Farew^] 34 Can. L. J. 528 [1898]. 
"Coroner's " inquest and the ceremony of 

expiation. [David Werner Amram] 

12 Green Bag, 196 [1900]. 



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97 



CORPORATIONS 



Court of the coroner. [Shirley Denlson] 
22 Can. L. T. 307 [1902]. 

Duties of coroners. 69 J. P. 327 [19051. 

Jurisdiction of coroners as to inquests on 
fires. 62 J. P. 50 [1898]. 

Corpus Delicti, The history and application 
of the law of. [Howard O. Sprotfe] 

6 Chic. Leg. N. 420 [1904). 

CORPORATIONS. 

I. Incorporation and Organization. 

II. Corporate Existence and Franchise. 

III. Corporate Name, Seal, Domicile, By- 
Laws, and Records. 

IV. Capital, Stock, and Dividends. 

V. Members and Stockholders. 

VI. Officers and Agents. 

VII. Corporate Powers and Liabilities. 

VIII. Insolvency and Receivers. 

IX. Reincorporation and Reorganization. 

X. Consolidation. 

XI. Dissolution and Forfeiture of Fran- 
chise. 

XII. Taxation. 

See Companies' Law. Joint Stock Com- 
panies. 

I. Incorporation and Organization, 

Abuse of the corporation charter. [Don E. 
Mowry] 64 Cent. L. J. 49 [1907]. 

American companies. 106 L. T. 189 [1898]. 
Are defectively incorporated associations 

partnerships? [Francis M. Burdick] 

6 Colum. L. Rev. 1 [1906]. 

The bench and bar in their relation to the 
people and the corporations. [J. Aspin- 
waU Hodge] 69 Alb. L. J. 55 [1907]. 

The birth of the constitution. [Ad<rfph 
Moses] 24 Nat. Corp. Rep. 488, 521 
[1902]. 

Congress and the regulation of corporations. 

[£. Parmalee Prentice] 19 Harv. L. 

Rev. 168 [1906]. 
Constitutional aspects of the Federal control 

of corporations. [£. W. Hullcutt] 8 

Am. Law. Ill [1900]. 
Constitutional limitations on the r^ulation 

of corporations. [Frederic R. Coudert] 

6 Colum. L. Rev. 485 [1906]. 
The control of corporations. [Predericic N. 

Judson] 18 Green Bag, 662 [1906]. 
Corporate reforms. [Eugene £. Prussing] 

40 Chic. Leg. N. 86 89 [1907]. 



The corporation of corporations. [H. Gerald 
Chapin] 3 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 149 [1899]. 

Corporation problem and the lawyer's part in 
its solution. [Peter S. Grosscup] 39 
Am. L. Rev. 835 [1905]. 

Corporation sole. [F. W. Maitland] 16 Law 
Q. Rev. 335 [1900]. 

Corporation system — an argument for its 

abolition. [Speed Mosby] 34 Am. L. 

Rev. 544 [1900]. 
Corporations. [Henry Wade Rodgers] 11 

Yale L. J. 224 [1902]. 
Corporations and the commerce clause. 

[Smith W. Bennett] 52 Ohio L. B. 379 

[1907]. 
Corporations and the states. [Thomas 

Thacher] 17 Yale L. J. 98 [1907]. 
Corporations at home and abroad. [Thomas 

Thacher] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 351 [1902]. 

Corporations in the District of Columbia. 

[Fred. Dennett] 32 Wash. L. R. 758 

[1904]. 
Corporations in two states. [Joseph H. 

Beale, Jr.] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 391 [1904]. 

£>ecisions and legislation affecting corpora- 
tions — ^a review of the notable cases and 
their effects on the great business enter- 
prises of the country. [James M . Becic] 
12 Am. Leg. N. 67 [1905]. 

The essentials of incorporation. [William J. 
Shroder] 24 Nat. Corp. Rep. 453, 487, 
520, 555, 591 [1902]. 

Evolution of the corporation. [L. W. Culp] 
11 Kan. Uw. 1 [Oct. 1904]. 

The evolution of the corporation. [William 
E. Werner] 13 Am. Leg. N. 5 [1902]. 

Federal control of corporations. E. W. 

Hullcut] 34 Am. L. Rev. 186 [1900]. 
Federal control of corporations. [John 

Bell Sanborn] 37 Am. L. Rev. 703 [1903]. 

Federal control of corporations. Thomas 

Thacher] 14 Yale L. J. 301 [1905]. 
Federal control of corporations — a public 

necessity. [William J. Curtis] 17 

Green Bag, 138 [1905]. 
Federal control of insurance corporations. 

[William R. Vance] 17 Green Bag, 83 

[1905]. 
Federal incorporation for companies engaged 

in interstate commerce, \flenry W. 

Palmer] 27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 376; 11 Am. 

Law. 285 [1903]. 



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98 



CORPORATIONS 



Federal incorporation for companies engaged 
in interstate commerce. [Henry W. 
Palmer] II Am. Uw. 285 [1903]. 

Federal license or national incorporation. 
[Fk-ands B. James] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 264 
[1905]. 

Federal regulation of corporations — a danger- 
ous departure. [John E. Parsons] 
17 Green Bag, 135 [1905]. 

Genesis of the corporation. [Robert L. 
Raymond] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 350; 5 Can. 
L. Rev. 218 [1906]. 

Growth and moral attitude of corporations. 
[B. L. Ramage] 49 Am. L. Reg. 221 
[1901]. 

The historical development of the common 
law conception of a corporation. [Ed- 
mund Bayly Seymour^ Jr.] 51 Am. L. 
Reg. 529 [1903]. 

Incorporation. [Thomas Thacher] 9 Yale 
L. J. 82 [1899). 

Incorporation by the states. [Herbert Knox 
Smith] 14 Yale L. J. 385 [1905]. 

Influence of railroad decisions in corporation 
law. [Richard Selden Harvey] 15 Am. 
Uw. 315 [1907]. 

An inquiry into the nature and law of corp- 
orations. [Henry Winslow Williams] 
47 Am. L. Reg. 1. 65, 137 [1899]. 

Legal fiction with its wings clipped. [Sim- 
eon E. Baldwin] 41 Am. L. Rev. 38 
[1907]. 

Legislation to control the anthracite coal 
corporations. [R. W. Benjamin] 64 
Alb. L. J. 418 [1902]. 

Legislative control over quasi-public corp- 
orations. [Charles A. MiEicatee] 9 
Bar 465; 10 do. 23 [1902-3]. 

Limitations of the power of a state under a 
reserved right to amend or repeal chart- 
ers of incorporation. [Horace Stem] 
53 Am. L. Reg. 1, 73, 145 [1905]. 

Massachusetts corporations. [Frederic J. 
Stimson] 26 Nat. Corp. Rep. 588, 632 
[1903]. 

National incorporation. [H. W. Chaplin] 
5 Colum. L. Rev. 415 [1905]. 

National incorporation and control. [Walter 
S. Lo^n] 11 Am. Law 61; 37 Am. L. 
Rev. 237 [1903]. 

National incorporation laws for trusts. 
[James B. DiU] 11 Yale L. J. 273 
[1902]. 



Need of a national incoporation law. [H. L. 
Wllgus] 2 Mich. L. Rev. 358 [1904]. 

New Jersey and the great corporations. 
[Edward Q. Keasb^] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 
198, 264 [1899]. 

North Carolina and private corporations. 
[Thomas B. Womack] 1 N. C. Jnl. of 
Uw, 108 [1904]. 

Origin of private corporations with early 
instances of corporate creation. [Theo- 
dore D. Gottlieb] 28 N. J. L. J. 100 
[1905]. 

Power of congress to r^ulate corporations. 
[Chauncey J. Hamlin] 5 Brief, 346; 6 
do. 14 [1905-6]. 

Private corporations. [T. B. Womack] 1 
N. C. L. J. 1 [Apr. 1900]. 

A proposed national incorporation law. 
[Horace L. WUgus] 2 Mich. 501 [1904]. 

Public regulation of quasi-public corporations. 

[Henry H. IngersoU] 14 Yale L. J. 255 

[1905]. 
Recent change in the New York general 

stock and business corporation law. 

[Charles F. Bostwick and Charles 

W. Coleman] 3 Brief, 293 [1901]. 

Regulation and taxation of corporations. 

[Hubert B. FuUer] 50 Ohio L. B. 277 
* [1905]. 
Regulation of corporation. Discussion. 

[Thomas Hogsett and Howard C. 

HoUister] 50 Ohio L. B. 296 [1905]. 

Regulation of corporations by Federal law. 

[Robert L. Cutting] 67 Alb. L. J. 39 

[1905]. 
State corporations in federal and interstate 

relations. [Carman F. Randolph] 

3 Colum. L. Rev. 168, 221 [1903]. 
State versus corporation. [C. T. Carr] 18 

Jurid. Rev. 159; 5 Can. L. Rev. 342 

[1906]. 
Ultra vires corporation leases. [Edward 

Avery Harriman] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 332 

[1901]. 
The use and abuse of corporations. [Walter 

S. Logan] 9 Am. Law. 158 [1901]. 

What should be the ideals and the structure 
of the new corporation. [Peter S. 
Grosscup] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 120 [1907]. 

Where to incorporate. [Charles F. Bost- 
wick and Charles W. Coleman] 3 

Brief, 162 [1901]. 



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99 



CORPORATIONS 



II. Corporate Existence and Franchise. 

Collateral attack on incorporation, A. De 
facto corporations. [Edward H. War- 
ren] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 456 [1907]. 

Legislative control over quasi-public corpora- 
tions. [Charles A. Macatee] 9 Bar, 
465 [1902]. 

Statutory notice of a general meeting of 
stockholders [Virginia]. [George Ains- 
lie] 6 Va. L. Reg. 812 [1901]. 

III. Corporate Name, Seal, Domicile, By- 
Laws and Records, 

Corporate citizenship a legal fiction. [R. M. 

Benjamin] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 17 [1907]. 
The "tramp" corporation. [William E. 

Church] 64 Alb. L. J. 275; 25 Nat. 

Corp. Rep. 63 [1902]; 11 Am. Law. 13 

[1903]. 
Tramp corporations. [C. B. Adams] 48 

Cent. L. J. 391 [1899]. 

IV. Capital, Stock, and Dividends. 

Capital and capital stock. [Frederick 

Dwight] 16 Yale L. J. 161 [1907]. 
The capitalization of a corporation. [William 

Allen Wood] 30 Nat. Corp. Rep. 823, 

861 [1905]. 
Certificates of stock — the relative rights 

of an attachment creditor and a prior 

unrecorded transferee. [L. L. Leonard] 

55 Cent. L. J. 243 [1902]. 
The issue of corporate stock for property 

purchased — a new phase. [Leonard 

M. WaUstein] 15 Yale L. J. Ill [1906]. 
Lawyers and corporate capitalization. [Ed- 
ward M. Shepard] 18 Green Bag, 601; 

5 Can. L. Rev. 450 [1906]; 30 N. J. L. 

J. 69 [1907]. 
Legality of purchase by a corporation of 

its own stocks. [Frederick H. Clark] 

49 Am. L. Reg. 398 [1901]. 
Liability of stock subscribers after corporate 

insolvency. 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 240 [1898]. 
Liability of subscribers for unpaid capital 

stock. [Isaac N. Pajme] 49 Cent. L. J. 

284 [1899]. 
Unrecorded transfers of corporate shares. 

[Leonard A. Jones] 35 Am. L. Rev. 

238 [1901]. 

V. Members and Stockholders. 

Equitable liability of stockholders; the 
grounds upon which it rests. [George 
B. Barrows] 13 Yale L. J. 66 [1903]. 



National bank as stockholder in other cor- 
porations. 23 Bank. L. J. 357 [1906]. 

Personality of the corporation and the state; 
[W. Jethro Brown] 21 Law Q. Rev. 
365 [1905]. 

VI. Officers and Agents, 

Are directors of corporations held to a suffi- 
cient accountability? [Henry Wynams 
Jessup] 3 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 23 
[1905]. 

Is the judgment of the directors of business 
corporations conclusive in determining 
the value of property taken in payment 
of its stock? [Henry P. Molloy] 66 Alb. 
L. J. 207 [1904]. 

Liability of corporate directors. [Frederick 
Dwight] 17 Yale L. J. 33 [1907]. 

Responsibility of directors of corporations 
for wrongful acts. [Henry W. Willaims] 
47 Am. L. Reg. 317 [1899]. 

Rule in the Clarkson Home cases. [F. 
Dwight] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 556 [1906]. 

VII. Corporate Powers and Liabilities. 

Alien and corporate ownership of land in 
' Texas. [M. H. Gosaett] 14 Am. Law 

66 [1906]. 
Congress, and the regulation of corporations. 

[E. Parmalee Prentice] 19 Harv. L. 

Rev. 168 [1906]. 
Constitutional limitations on the regulation 

of corporations. [Frederic R. Coudert] 

6 Colum. L. Rev. 485 [1906]. 

Corporate self-incrimination — a critical an- 
alysis of Hale V. Henkel. [Paul A. 
Moses] 32 Nat. Corp. Rep. 349, 384, 
428, 505 [1906]. 

Corporations and the commerce clause. 

[Smith W. Bennett] 69 Alb. L. J. 323; 

65 Cent. L. J. 217 [1907]. 
Corporate finance. [Charies F. Bostwick] 

8 Am. Uw. 154 [1900]. 

Corporations as guarantors. [Louis Boisot] 
25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 181 [1902]. 

Criminal acts of corporations and their 
punishment. [Cicero J. Lindley] 7 
Am. Law. 564 [1899]. 

The doctrine of uUra vires. [Jessie Cook] 
35 Chic. Leg. N. 381 [1903]. 

Exemplary damages in actions against cor- 
porations. [Needham C. Collier] 55 
Cent. L. J. 105 [1902]. 



CORPORATIONS 



100 



COSTS 



The imprisonment of criminal corporations. 
[Donald R. Richberg] 19 Green Bag, 
156; 40 Chic. Leg. N. 73 [1907]. 

An inquiry as to the effect of the double 
stock liability incident to Ohio corpora- 
tions. [Smith W. Bennett] 46 Ohio 
L. B. 59 [1901]. 

Liability of the associates in a defective 
corporation. [Thomas H. Breeze] 16 
Yale L. J. 1 [1906]. 

Liability of corporations on contracts made 
by promotors. [H. S. Richards] 19 
Harv. L. Rev. 97 [1905]. 

Liability of public corporations. (J. Preston 
Carson] 5 Va. L. Reg. 661 [1900]. 

Liability of public corporations for polluting 
streams. [W. W. Allen] 48 Cent. L. 
J. 92 [1899]. 

Right of a prosperous private corporation 
to transfer its entire property against 
the will of a minority of the stockholders. 
[Gordon Pazton] 8 Va. L. Reg. 1 [1902]. 

Rights of creditors of a corporation disposing 
of its whole property to another cor- 
poration. [Glenda Burlce Slasrmalcer] 
64 Alb. L. J. 355 [1902]. 

Rights under unauthorized corporate con- 
tracts. [George Wharton Pepper] 
8 Yale L. J. 24 [1898]. 

Validity of contracts between corporations 
having common directors. [Harold M. 
Bowman] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 577 [1906]. 

Voting trusts and holding companies. [Ed- 
ward Avery Harriman] 13 Yale L. J. 
109 [1904]. 

Voting trusts in corporations. [Edwin White 
Moore] 36 Am. L. Rev. 222 [1902]. 

VII L Insolvency and Receivers. 

Corporations under the Bankruptcy Act of 
1898. [H. CampbeU Black] 8 Yale 
L. J. 108 [1898). 

Corporations subject to bankruptcy. [R. 
Jackson Cram] 19 Green Bag, 529 [1907]. 

Liability of a corporation recovering its 
property from a receiver for the latter*s 
torts. [Cyrus J. Wood] 48 Cent. L. J. 
412 [1899]. 

IX. Reincorporation and Reorganization, 

Voting trusts in re-organizing corporations 
and for other purposes. [Robert L. 
Cutting] 64 Alb. L. J. 187 [1902]. 



X. Consolidation, 

The combinations of corporations. [Daniel 
J. Ryan] 10 Am. Law. 448 [1902]. 

XI. Dissolution and Forfeiture of Franchise, 

XII. Taxation, 

Equity and inequity of corporate taxation 

in the United States. [Xenophon P. 

Huddy] 14 Yale L. J. 217 [1905]. 
Regulation and taxation of corporations. 

[Hubert B. FuUer] 50 Ohio L. B. 277 

[1905]. 
Taxation of corporations. [Lawson Purdy] 

12 Yale L. J. 154 [1903]. 
Taxation of private corporations. [J. H. 

Pou] 2 N. C. L. J. 157 [1901]. 
Corps de droit Ottoman. [Sir Roland Wil- 
son] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 16 [1906]. 
COSTS. 

Agreements as to costs. 123 L. T. 31 [1907]. 
Agreements between solicitors and clients 

as to costs. 33 Ir. L. T. 335, 345; 107 

L. T. 441 [1899]. 
Appeals as to costs. 44 Sol. J. 71 [1899]. 
Can a solicitor recover costs incurred by him 

while uncertified? 32 Ir. L. T. 153 [1898]. 
Charging orders for costs. 44 Sol. J. 721 

[1900]. 
Concerning solicitors* costs. 52 Sol. J. 4 [1907]. 
The cost of executing warrants. 71 J. P. 591 

[1907]. 
The cost of a law suit. [H. J. Randall] 19 

Uw Q. Rev. 430 [1903]. 
Costs. 120 L. T. 377 [1906]. 
Costs as between solicitor and client. 62 J. 

P. 418 [1898]. 
Costs in actions remitted to County Courts. 

114 L. T. 540 [1903]. 
Costs in cases stated by courts of summary 

jurisdiction. 66 J. P. 705, 721 [1902]. 
Costs in cases where both parties partly suc- 
ceed. 38 Ir. L. T. 141 [1904]. 
Costs in criminal prosecutions. 114 L. T. 

318 [1903]. 
Costs in election petitions. 1 N. Ir. Jur. 172 

[1901]. 
Costs in legal proceedings in Ireland, 32 Ir. 

L. T. 140 [1898]. 
Costs in mandanus, 64 J. P. 305 [1900]. 
Costs in summary cases. 68 J. P. 362 [1904]. 
Costs of actions against County Councils 

34 Ir. L. T. 149 [1900]. 
Costs of actions remitted to the county court. 

105 L. T. 470 [1898]; 47 Sol. J. 270 [1903]. 



COSTS 



101 



COUNCIL 



Costs of afiidavits. 32 Ir. L. T. 299 [1898]. 
Costs of alternative claims. 51 Sol. J. 275 
[1907]. 

Costs of criminal prosecutions. 67 J. P. 433 
[1903]. 

The costs of inspection of documents. 40 Ir. 
L. T. 1 [1906]. 

Costs of originating summonses. 51 Sol. J. 
668 [1907]. 

Costs of sale in partition actions. 44 Sol. J. 
85 [1899]. 

Costs of Superior Court in remitted actions. 
36 Ir. L. T. 239 [1902]. 

Costs on the higher scale. 45 Sol. J. 405 
[1901]. 

Costs on orders in relation to nuisances under 

the Public Health acts. 62 J. P. 145 

[1898]. 
Costs out of the estate. 26 L. Notes [Gib.] 

275 [1907]. 
Costs under the Land Clauses acts. 63 

J. P. 738 [1899]. 
A defect in the Irish law as to the recovery of 

solicitor's costs. 33 Ir. L. T. 458 [1899]. 
Discretion of taxing officers. 115 L. T. 25 

[1903]. 
Fixed costs on substituted service. 44 Sol. 

J. 54 [1899]. 
The items of a bill of costs. 106 L. T. 119 

[1898]. 
The liability of a lessee for the costs of the 

lease. 48 Sol. J. 44 [1903]. 
Licensing appeals — costs and adjournments. 

67 J. P. 351 [1903]. 
Licensing justices' costs on appeal. 64 J. P. 

33 [1900]. 
Mortagagee's costs, charges, and expenses. 

[A. H. Marsh] 20 Can. L. T. 159 [1900]. 
The negotiating fee and costs on a re-sale. 

47 Sol. J. 312 [1903). 
The new rules and costs in cases of malicious 

injuries. 33 Ir. L. T. 30 [1899]. 
Notes on the law of costs as between solicitor 

and client. [W. E. MIddleton] 18 Can. 

L. T. 193 [1898]. 
Overseers* registration expenses. 62 J. P. 

115, 610 [1898]. 
Part payment on account of costs. 50 Sol. 

J. 798 [1906]. 
Pauper costs. 43 Sol. J. 566 [1899]. 
Personal liability of justices for costs. 62 

J. P. 705 [1898]. 



Personal liabilty of solictor for costs. 39 Ir. 
L. T. 203 [1906]. 

Petition in forma pauperis, 119 L. T. 28 

[1905]. 
Plea for new scales of costs in actions. [F. 

Armita^] 111 L. T. 538 [1901]. 

Practice as to costs of pauper litigants in 
England. 13 Mad. L. J. 259 [1903]. 

The practice notes on taxation. 47 Sol. J. 

635 [1903]. 
A question of costs. 64 J. P. 403 [1900]. 
Retrospective expenses. 62 J. P. 401 [1898]. 

Security for costs and the Workmen's Com- 
pensation act, 1897. 33 Ir. L. T. 165 
[1899]. 

Security for costs as against plaintiflF company 
32 Ir. L. T. 139 [1898]. 

Security for costs — when ordered. 37 Can. 
L. J. 334 [1901]. 

Small fines and costs. 66 J. P. 98 [1902]. 

Solicitor and own client costs. 49 Sol. J. 328 
[1905]. 

Solicitor — trustees and profit costs. 104 
L. T. 289 [1898]. 

Taxation by a third party. 49 Sol. J. 594 
[1905]. 

Taxation of bill of costs. 45 Sol. J. 463 [1901]. 

Taxation of costs. 47 Sol. J. 486 [1903]; 

[E. S. Roscoe] 25 Law Mag. and Rev. 

43 [1899]. 
Taxation of costs in patent actions. 50 SoL 

J. 285 [1906]. 
Taxation of costs on compulsory purchase of 

land. 65 J. P. 227 [1901]. 

Taxation of solicitor's bill of costs after time 
expired — what are '* special circum- 
stances" within 12 and 13 Vict., c. 53, 
ss. 2, 6? 32 Ir. L. T. 329 [1898]. 

Testamentary expenses. 105 L. T. 378 [1898]. 

The trend of litigation and costs. [Wolfe 
Fink] 1 Com. L. Rev. 59 [1903]. 

Trustee's costs and expenses. 35 Ir. L. T. 
363 [1901]. 

A wife's costs in divorce proceedings. 49 
Sol. J. 529, 548 [1905]. 

Couch, Sir Richard. [1817-1905.] Obituary. 
120 L. T. 117, 133; 40 L. J. 841 [1905]. 

Coudert, Frederic R. [1832-1904.] Obit- 
uary. 66 Alb. L. J. 27 38 Am.L. Rev. 
115 [1904]. 

Council and Star Chamber. [A. T. Carter] 
18 Law Q. Rev. 247 [1902]. 



COUNTERCLAIM 



102 



COURTS: ENGLAND 



COUNTERCLAIM. 

Tort counterdaims in tort actions. [W. W. 
AUen] 58 Alb. L. J. 38 [1898]. 

COUNTIES. 

The commission of lieutenancy in counties. 

[Sheraton Baker] 25 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 276 [1900]. 
The county of the city. [G. W. Wilton] 

18 Jurid. Rev. 65 [1906]. 

The financial relations between counties and 

boroughs under the Local Government 

act, 1888. 42 SoL J. 682 [1898]. 
COUNTY COUNCILS. 
County Councils and the maintenance of 

public roads. 35 Ir. L. T. 139 [1901]; 39 

do. 255, 269 [1905]. 
Taxation of police burghs by county councils. 

[Scotland]. [David Patrick] 17 Scot. 

L. Rev. 266 [1901]. 
The Thetford case. 62 J. P. 738 [1898]. 
COURT HOUSES. 
Baltimore Court House. [Gertrude B. 

Kipp] 19 Green Bag. 85 [1907]. 
COURT MARTIAL. 
The effect of judgments of courts-martial in 

France and America — a comparative 

study of the Dreyfus case. [Artliur 

Ameiaen] 33 Am. L. Rev. 75 [1899]. 
Naval and military courts-martial. [J. E. 

R. Stephens] 27 Law Mag. and Rev. 

180 [1902]. 
One requisite of fair courts-martial. [George 

F. Ormsby] 64 Alb. L. J. 386 [1902]. 
COURTS. 
Appellate tribunals for the colonies. [Robert 

Stout] 2 Com. L. Rev. 3 [1904]. 
Citation of poetry by courts. 4 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 164 [1900]. 
Courts and the people. [Jolin Woodward] 

7 Colum. L. Rev. 559 [1907]. 
Courts christian. [Geo. S. Holmeeted] 23 

Can. L. T. 369 [1903]. 
Courts of last resort. 8 Law Notes [N. Y.] 

308 [1904]. 
Human nature in court. [William S. Grar- 

ber] 1 Ind. L. J. 17 [1898]. 
Imperial court of final appeal. [H. Hodgee] 

2 Can. L. Rev. 141 [1903]. 
International court of arbitration. [O. D. 

Jonee] 61 Cent. L. J. 346 [1905]. 
The part taken by courts of justice in the 

development of international law. [Sim- 
eon E. Baldwin] 35 Am. L. Rev. 214 [1901J. 



To what extent should judicial action by 

courts of a foreign nation be recognized? 

[Mr. Justice Kennedy] 6 J. Comp. 

Leg. 106 [1906]. 
COURTS: Australia. 
Federal j urisdiction of state courts. [Andrew 

I. Clark] 6 Com. L. Rev. 49 [1908]. 

The High Court of Australia. 122 L. T. 
3 [1906]. 

High Court Rules. [F. J. Bethune and 

S. A. Tliompson] 1 Com. L. Rev. 208 

[1904]. 
Judicial department of the Australian Federa- 
tion. [H. Macaulay Posnett] 5 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 72 [1901]. 
Judicial system of British colonies. [R. H. 

Amot] 16 Yale L. J. 504 [1907]. 
Should state full courts be abolished? [Wolfe 

Fink] 2 Com. L. Rev. 166 [1905]. 
COURTS: Canada. 
County and division courts in Ontario. 

6 Can. L. Rev. 297 [1906]. 
Court interludes and notanda. [J. Cleland 

Hamilton] 5 Can. L. Rev. 213 [1906]. 
General sessions of the peace. [Joseph E. 

McDougaU] 37 Can. L. J. 10 [1901]. 
Judicial system of British colonies. [R. H. 

Amot] 16 Yale L. J. 504 [1907]. 
Law reform — county and division courts. 

6 Can. L. Rev. 97 [1906]. 
Supreme Court Act, Proposed amendments 

to the. [£. R. Cameron] 3 Can. L. 

Rev. 377, 403 [1904]. 
COURTS: Cuba. 
Supreme Court of Santiago de Cuba. 59 

Alb. L. J. 368 [1899]. 
COURTS: Egypt. 
The j udicial system of E^pt. [James Harry 

Scott] 18 Jurid. Rev. 386 [1906]. 
COURTS: England. 
Admiralty County Court jurisdiction and 

legislation. 105 L. T. 5 [1898]. 
Appellate courts of the Empire. [R. B. 

Haldane] 12 Jurid. Rev. 1 [1900]. 
Appellate tribunals for the colonies. [Robert 

Stout] 2 Com. L. Rev. 3 [1904]. 
At petty sessions. [Edward Porritt] 11 

Green Bag, 472 [1899]. 
A century of Englbh judicature. [Van 

Vechten Veeder] 13 Green Bag, 23, 75, 

131, 303, 355, 391. 435. 479. 527, 573 

[1901]; 14 do. 27, 71 [1902]. 
Child cases in police courts. 69 J. P. 361 [1905]. 



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Children's courts. (Thomas Rawling Bridge- 
waterj 7 J. Comp. Leg, 376 [1906]. 

The Cinque Ports admiralty court. [J. D. A. 
Johnson] 124 L. T. 44 [1907]. 

Circuit reform. [CecU V. Barrington] 23 

Law Q. Rev. 166 [1907]. 
The circuit system. [Sir John Hollams] 

42 L. J. 640 [1907]. 
Civil business on circuit. [Spencer L. 

Holland] 23 Law. Mag. and Rev. 323 

[1898]. 
The clearing-house of crime. [Tighe Hop- 
kins] 123 L. T. 326 [1907]. 
A comparison between English and American 

appellate courts. [Thomas H. Hard- 
castle] 16 Am. Law. 261; 36 Nat. Corp. 

Rep. 310 [1907]. 
Consolidation of the High Court and the 

County Courts. [Thomas Snow] 22 

Uw Q. Rev. 127 [1906]. 
Constitution of the rule committee of the 

Supreme Court. [Arthur S. Mather] 

38 L. J. 621 [1903]. 
Council and Star Chamber. [A. T. Carter] 

18 Law Q. Rev. 247 [1902]. 
County Court anomalies. [Francis K. Mun- 

ton] 42 L. J. 642 [1907]. 
County Court defects. 118 L. T. 297, 439, 

483, 606 [1906]. 
The County Court : Let justice be done to it. 

(C. H. Pickstone] 33 L. J. 496 [1898]. 
County Court in the thirteenth century. 

[Lc^bel House] 49 Am. L. Reg. 284 

[1901]. 
County Court judges and their jurisdiction. 

[Ernest Bowen-Rowlands] 18 Law Q. 

Rev. 237 [1902]. 
County Court jurisdiction in respect to trade- 
marks. 49 Sol. J. 266 [1906]. 
County Courts. [Francis K. Munton] 24 

Law Mag. and Rev. 386, 26 do. 20 [1899]. 
County Courts. [R. S. Tred^old] 39 L. J. 

622 [1904]. 
County Courts and their work. 121 L. T. 

629 [1906]. 
The Court of Star Chamber. [Legal antiqui- 
ties.] [Wyatt Paine] 116 L. T. 349 [1903]. 
Court for crown cases reserved. [Geo. S. 

Holmested] 34 Can. L. J. 142 [1898]. 
The Court of Claims. 9 Scot. L. T. 116; 36 

L. J. 634 [1901]. 
A court of criminal appeal. 48 Sol. J. 812 

[1904]. 






The Criminal Appeal bill. 42 L. J . 276 [1907]. 

The Criminal Appeal bill. A symposuim. 42 
L. J. 391, 406 [1907]. 

Development of the County Court system. 

[G. Pitt-LewU] 106 L. T. 196 [1898]. 
Development of the jurisdiction of the County 

Courts. [G.Pitt-LewUJ110L.T.46[1900]. 
A divided court. 108 L. T. 436 [1900]. 
Early English courts. [F. M. Cobb] 6 West. 
, Res. L. J. 12 [1899]. 
Ecclesiastical jurisdiction in England. [Ed- 
win Mazey] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 360 [1906]. 
English borough Courts. [Sanford D. Cole] 

98 Uw Q. Rev. 376 [1902]. 
English courts and Inns of Court. [J. H. 

Lumpkin] 1 So. L. Rev. 77 [1901]. 
Extended jurisdiction in county courts. 

121 L. T. 71 [1906]. 
Extending justices' civil jurisdiction. [J. E. 

PenfteUy] 116 L. T. 661 [1903]. 
The extension of the County Court. [C. H. 

Pickstone] 42 L. J. 643 [1907]. 
The future of the County Court. [Sir 

Thomas Snogge] 48 Sol. J. 696 [1904]. 
The House of Lords and the practice as to 

final judgment. 36 Ir. L. T. 1 [1902]. 
The House of Lords and Privy Council as 

final courts of appeal. [J. D. Hunter] 

6 Natal L. Q. 143 [1906]. 
An imperial court of appeal. [George S. 

Holmested] 2 Can. L. Rev. 380 [1903]. 
The imperial court of appeal. 10 Mad. L. J. 

213 [1900]. 
Imperial court of final appeal. [H. Hodges] 

2 Can. L. Rev. 141 [1903]. 
An imperial tribunal. 109 L. T. 96 [1900]. 
Indian appeals to the Privy Council. 1 Alia. 

L. J. 193 [1904]. 
Is it expedient to have paid chairmen of 

Quarter Sessions? [John de Gray] 26 

Law Mag. and Rev. 386 [1901]. 
Jurisdiction of the County Court in trade 

union disputes. 33 Ir. L. T. 189 [1900]. 
The Liverpool court of passage. 46 Sol. J. 

783 [1902]. 
The modem English procedure. [R. Newton 

Crane] 17 Green Bag, 268 [1906]. 
The new Central Criminal Courts. [Godfrey 

Pinkerton] 19 Green Bag, 226 [1907]. 
The old order changes. 46 Sol. J. 112 [1900]. 
The opening of the Central Criminal Court. 

[Percy A. Atherton] 19 Green Bag. 231 

[1907]. 



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The origin and history of the Chancery 
Division. [Erasmut Darwin Parker] 
29 Law Mag. and Rev. 164 [1904]. 

The origin and history of the King's Bench 
Division. [Erasmus Darwin Parker] 
26 Law Mag. and Rev. 297 [1901]. 

Ought the County Court to be made a branch 
of the High Court? [Francis K. Mun- 
ton] 31 Law Mag. and Rev. 328 [1906]. 

Our County Courts. [J. Harvey Simpson] 

41 L. J. 683 [1906]. 
Personal recollections of English Law Courts. 

Baxter Barret. 

I. The Chancery Courts. 11 Green Bag, 277 

[1899]. 

II. The Courts of the Common Law in the 
sixties. 11 Green Bag, 318 [1899]. 

A practical scheme for the extension of the 

jurisdiction of County Courts. [L. 

Yate-Lee] 24 Law Mag. and Rev. 257 

[1899]. 
Privy Council appeals. 42 L. J. 340 [1907]. 
A quaint court. [J. Ferguson Walker] 11 

Green Bag, 477 [1899]. 
The record of the Court of Claims. 1 11 L. T. 

410 [1901]. 
The Recordership of London. 108 L. T. 457 

[1900]. 
Reform of assizes and sessions. 63 J. P. 402 

[1899]. 
Reform of the English Ecclesiastical Courts. 

11 Green Bag, 187 [1899]. 
The rise of the County Court. 48 Sol. J. 

669 [1904]. 
The root of the matter. Courts for children. 

[Tighe Hopkins] 122 L. T. 207 [1906]. 
The Royal Courts at London. 108 L. T. 

15 [1899]. 
Some evils of the Judicature acts. [Anthony 

Pulbrook] 30 Law Mag. and Rev. 450 

[1905]. 
Some observations on the procedure in police 

courts. [C. M. Atkinson] 24 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 194 [1899]. 
Some points of procedure in the Mayor's 

court. 124 L. T. 27 [1907]. 
Some suggestions in connection with the 

County Court Act, 1903. [C. H. Pick- 
stone] 38 L. J. 519; 115 L. T. 540 

[1903]. 
Supreme Imperial Court of Appeal. [George 

S. Holmested] 6 Can. L. Rev. 210 

[1906]. 



Validity of native customs in British courts. 
. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 473 [1900]. 

When County Court execution binds the 
property. 26 L. Notes [Gib.] 277 [1907]. 

COURTS: France. 

French judicial system in civil cases. [Bela 

D. Eisler] 30 Nat. Corp. Rep. 554, 563 

[1905]. 
The judicial system of France. [Charles 

Cans] 15 Jurid. Rev. 362 [1903]. 
The organization of justice in France. [F. 

P. Walton] 19 Law Q. Rev. 263. 402; 

9 Rev. Leg. 413 [1903]. 
The Parliament of Paris at the beginning 

of the sixteenth century. [Charles 

Cans] 13 Jurid. Rev. 335, 439 [1901]. 
The revision powers of the Court of Cassa- 
tion. [Thomas Barclay] 15 Law Q. 

Rev. 9, 194 [1899]. 
COURTS: Germany. 
Judicial system of the German empire. 

[Richard Hudson] 1 Mich. L. Rev. 121 

[1902]. 
COURTS: Gold Coast. 
A magistrate's court of the Gold Coast. 

[J. Renner Maxwell] 108 L. T. 469 

[1900]. 
COURTS: India. 
Calcutta High Court. [Shoombhoo Chun- 

der Dey] 7 Bom. L. R. 89, 130, 159, 177, 

225, 241, 265 [1905]. 
The constitution of the higher chartered 

courts. 10 Mad. L. J. 49 [1900]. 
The High Court of Bombay. 3 Bom. L. R. 

13 [1901]. 
The Judicial Committee and the Indian 

High Courts. 27 Law Mag. and Rev. 

264 [1902]. 
Judicial system of British colonies. [R. H. 

Amot] 16 Yale L. J. 504 [1907]. 
Reminiscences of the mofassal law courts of 

Bengal. [Andrew T. Sibbold] 14 Green 

Bag, 337 [1902]. 
COURTS: Ireland. 
Concerning the Irish County Courts. 34 Ir. 

L. T. 194 [1900]. 
Decrees by default in Civil Bill Courts in Ire- 
land. [R. P. Carton] 3 N. Ir. Jur. 117, 

125; 37 Ir. L. T. 110 [1903]. 
Humors of the Irish law courts. 60 Alb. L. 

J. 109 [1899]. 
The Irish County Court system. 4 N. Ir. 

Jur. 103 [1904]. 



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Procedure in the County Courts. 38 Ir. L. 
T. Ill, 123 [1904). 

Reform of the Irish County Courts. 33 I r. 
L. T. 245, 255 [1809]. 

Suggested improvements in County Court 

procedure. [James J. Shaw] 3 N. Ir. 

Jur. 127; 37 Ir. L. T. 101 [1903]. 
COURTS, Japan. 

Japanese prize courts. 117 L. T. 283 [1904]. 
COURTS: New Zealand. 
Extra-territorial jurisdiction of the New 

Zealand courts. 4 Com. L. Rev. 101 

[1907]. 
COURTS: Nova Scotia. 
Historical account of the courts of judicature 

in Nova Scotia. [Chariea J. Towns- 

hend] 19 Can. L. T. 25. 58. 87. 142 [1899]. 
History of the court of chancery in Nova 

Scotia. [Charles J. Townshend] 20 

Can. L. T. 14. 37. 74, 105 [1900). 
COURTS: Russia. 
The judicial system of Russia. 9 Scot. L. T. 

131 [1902]. 
COURTS: Scotland. 
The Court of Session in 1629. [H. P. Mac- 

millan] 12 Jurid. Rev. 137 [1900]. 
Court of Session reform. 17 Scot. L. Rev. 

105, 137 [1901]. 
The decadence of the Second Division. 12 

Scot. L. Rev. 201 [1896]. 
The double sheriffship. 14 Scot. L. Rev. 

267 [1898]. 
History and working of our sheriff's small 

debt legislation. 16 Scot. L. Rev. 205 

[1900]. 
Improvement in Court of Session accom- 
modation. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 89 [1903]. 
The Justiciary Appeal Court: its anomalies 

and limitations. [Edward T. Salvesen] 

17 Jurid. Rev. 332 [1905]. 
Of the law esteem of the Sheriff Court of 

Lanarkshire. 18 Scot. L. Rev. 267 [1902]. 
Reminiscences of Glasgow Sheriff Court. 22 

Scot. L. Rev. 290, 316, 340; 23 do. 12, 

46 [1906-7[. 
Sheriff Court reform. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 157, 

185 [1903]. 
Sheriff Court reform. [John Erskine] 19 

Scot. L. Rev. 281 [1903]. 
The Sheriff Courts Act. 1907. [J. M. Lees] 

19 Jurid. Rev. 268 [1907]. 
Some notes on jurisdiction. [D. Oswald 

Dykes] 18 Jurid. Rev. 170 [1906J. 



The working of the Judicial Factors act 
[Sheriff Courts] of 1881. 15 Scot. L. 
Rev. 289 [1899]. 

COURTS: South Africa. 

A foreign court of justice. 1 14 L. T. 88 [1902]. 

The judicial system of the Cape Colony. 20 

S. A. L. J. 48 [1903]. 
COURTS: Transraal. 
Judicial crisis in the Transvaal. [J. W. 

Gordon] 14 Uw Q. Rev. 343 [1898]. 

COURTS: United States and State Courts 

I. In General. 

II. United States Courts. 

III. State Courts, Alphabetical by States. 



I. In General. 

Appellate J urisdiction. [Everett P. Wheeler 
7 Colum. L. Rev. 248 [1907]. 

Applicability of English methods to condi- 
tions in the United States. 17 Green 
Bag. 275 [1905]. 

Attitude of the courts towards the great 
industrial struggle. [Andrew Alexan- 
der Bruce] 24 Bank. L. J. 606 [1907]. 

Civil courts and the churches. [John W. 
Patton] 54 Am. L. Reg. 391 [1906]. 

A comparison between English and American 
appellate courts. [Thomas H. Hard- 
castle] 15 Am. Law. 261; 35 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 310 [1907]. 

Conflicting decisions of Federal and state 
courts. [C. H. Hanford] 10 Am. Law. 
441, 491 [1902]. 

Conflicting Federal and state court doctrines. 
7 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 124 [1903]. 

Court of rehabilitation. [Roland B. Moli- 

neux] 69 Alb. L. J. 339; 15 Am. Law. 

556 [1907]. 
Courting and the courts. [Albert W. Gaines] 

16 Green Bag, 34 [1904]. 
Courts and 'politics. [Boyd Winchester] 12 

Green Bag, 620 [1900]. 
Courts and the railroad question. [George 

W. Freerks] 41 Am. L. Rev. 696 [1907]. 

Courts of last resort. [Alfred M. Craig] 16 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 89 [1898]. 

Criminal proceedings in State Courts — im- 
proper interference by National Courts. 
15 Nat. Corp. Rep. 659 [1898]. 

Criticism of courts. [Ronald Ellis] 10 Am. 
Law. Ill [1902]. 



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Disobedient state supreme courts. [Adolph 

Moees] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 321 [1900]. 
Dissenting opinions. [William A. Bowen] 

17 Green Bag, 690 [1905]. 
Dissenting opinions. [W. F. Elliott] 2 Ind. 

L. J. 116 [1898]. 
Dissenting opinions. [Emlin McClaln] 

14 Yale L. J. 191 [1905J. 
Dissenting opinions. [V. H. Rol>ert8] 39 Am. 

L. Rev. 23 [1905]. 
Dissenting opinions. [FredericlL A. Teall] 

67 Alb. L. J. 207 [1905]. 
Federal jurisdiction of suits against aliens 

joined with citizens. 5 Law Notes [N. 

Y.j 144 [1901]. 
Federal or state jurisdiction — a criticism. 

[Jas. McCabe] 60 Alb. L. J. 171 [1899]. 
A foreign sovereign in an American court; 

a novel case in international practice. 

[John W. Foster] 9 Yale L. J. 283 [1900]. 

The great problem that confronts our legis- 
lators and courts. [Boyd Wlnchea- 
ter] 33 Am. L. Rev. 514 [1899]. 

The historic value of court records. [Francis 

D. Winston] 12 Am. Law. 253 [1904]. 
An international prize court. [Amos S. 

Hershey] 19 Green Bag, 652 [1907]. 
Municipal court rotation as effecting juris- 
diction and practice. [George F. I.ang- 

bein] 6 Bench and Bar, N. Y.. 16 [1906]. 
Power of a court to compel a plaintiflf to 

submit to a physical examination. 

[Sumner Kenner] 64 Cent. L. J. 428 

[1907]. 
Relation of the Federal to the state courts. 

[Jeter C. Pritchard] 2 N. C. Jnl. of 

Uw, 357 [1905J. 
Shall subordinate courts declare legislative 

acts unconstitutional? 69 Alb. L. J. 172 

[1907]. 
Should the powers of the courts be reduced 

and that of the legislature ^ enlarged? 

[J. W. Coan] 6 Am. Law. 132 [1898]. 
Some words as to courts, practice, and prac- 
titioners, before and since the code. 

[E. B. Taylor] 5 West. Res. L. J. 169 

[1899]. 
State corporation as a party in federal courts. 

[Francis E. Balcer] 13 Am. Law. 7 

[1905]. 
Surrogate court forms and practice. [E. 

Coatsworth, Jr.] 2 Can. L. Rev. 265 

[1903]. 



Surrogate's court, is it fulfilling its purpose? 
[Louto W. Marcus] 66 Alb. L. J. 40 
[1904]. 

Tendency of the courts to sustain special 
legislation. [John Woodward] 3 Law 
Notes [N. Y.] 189 [1900]. 

Veto power of the American judiciary. 
[Christopher G. Tiedeman] 4 Brief, 
120 [1902]. 

What is a court of record? [Arthur M. 
Alger] 34 Am. L. Rev. 70 [1900]. 

Writs of error and appeab from the new 
territorial courts. [Howard T. Kin^- 
bury] 16 Yale L. J. 417 [1907]. 

n. United States Courts. 

Ancillary jurisdiction of Federal Courts of 
equity. [William A. Wimbtoh] 1 So. 
L. Rev. 237; 10 Am. Law. 106 [1902]. 

Appointments to the Supreme Court of the 
United States. [James Schouler] 18 
Green Bag, 657 [1906]. 

Are state rules of evidence, other than stat- 
utory, not in the conflict with federal 
legislation, binding on federal courts 
sitting in that state? [James McCabe] 
60 Alb. L. J. 297 [1899]. 

A century of federal judicature. {Van 
Vechten Veeder] 15 Green Bag, 17, 71, 
127, 181, 223, 281, 323, 377, 419 [1903]. 

Common law jurisdiction of the United 
States Courts. [Alton B. Parker] 17 
Yale L. J. 1 [1907]. 

Common law of the federal courts. [Edward 
C. EUot] 36 Am. L. Rev. 498 [1902]. 

Conflicting decisions of Federal and state 
courts. [C. H. Hanford] 10 Am. Law. 
441, 491 [1902]. 

The confusion of patent courts in the United 
States. [Fritz v. Briesen] 5 Brief, 358 
[1905]. 

The courts in the American system of govern- 
ment. [John M. Harlan] 37 Chic. 
Leg. N. 271 [1905]. 

A day in the United States Supreme Court. 
[FrederidL Harper] 7 Va. L. Reg. 239 
[1901]. 

Doctrine of the federal courts as to the 
validity of irregular municipal bonds. 
[Charles L. Dibble] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 497 
[1906]. 



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The Federal Courts, To assimilate the plead- 
ings, practice, and procedure in, in ac- 
tions at law and suits in equity to the 
pleadings, practice, and procedure of 
the courts of record of the state where 
the action is brought. [Samuel Max- 
weU] 35 Am. L. Rev. 264 [1901]. 

Federal jurisdiction in equity. [S^rmour 

D. Thompson] 12 Green Bag, 119 

[1900]. 
Federal jurisdiction of stockholders' suits 

on the ground of diverse citizenship. 

[William B. Hale] 1 Bench and Bar, 

N. Y., 102 [1906]. 

Federal or state jurisdiction — a criticism. 
[James McCabe] 60 Alb. L. J. 171 
[1899]. 

Genesis of the Federal judiciary system. 
[W. B. Richards] 13 Am. Uw. 15, 64 
[1905]. 

Has the Supreme Court of the United States 
the constitutional power to declare 
void an act of Congress? [Henry Flan- 
ders] 48 Am. L. Reg. 385 [1900]. 

The judicial department. [John G. Wil- 
liams] 3 Ind. L. J. 237 [1899]. 

Jurisdiction of Federal courts in actions in 
which corpocations are parties. [Jacob 
Trieber] 13 Am. Law. 477; 39 Am. L. 
Rev. 564 [1905]. 

Jurisdiction of state and federal courts in 
actions by and against national banks 
and receivers thereof. [Franic W. Bab- 
cocIl] 48 Cent. L. J. 331 [1899]. 

Marshall, John, in his relation to the es- 
tablishment of the supremacy of the 
Supreme Court of the United States as an 
organ of constitutional interpretation. 
[Hampton L. Carson[ 7 West. Res. 
L. J. 31 [1901]. 

The newest neologism of the supreme court. 
[William Tridcett] 41 Am. L. Rev. 729 
[1907]. 

The non-federal law administered in federal 
courts. [William Trickett] 40 Am. 
L. Rev. 819 [1906]. 

Ohio's place in the Supreme Court of the 
United States. [W. Z. Davis] 45 Ohio 
L. B. 125 [1901]. 

Our counsular courts in China. [Marie 
B. Dunnell] 34 Am. L. Rev. 826 
[1900]. 



The power of the Supreme Court to enforce 
its decrees. [George C. Lay] 41 Am. L. 
Rev. 515 [1907]. 

Reminscences of the United States Supreme 
Court. [George H. Williams] 8 Yale 
L. J. 296 [1899]. 

Should Federal Courts ignore state laws? 

[Henry E. Mills] 34 Am. L. Rev. 51 

[1900]. 
Should state courts r^;ard as foreign tri- 

bunab the Federal Courts, sitting in the 

same territorial limits? [Frank J. R. 

Mitchell] 15 Nat. Corp. Rep. 666 

[1898]. 
Some blunders of the United States Supreme 

Court. [D. P. Baldwin] 2 Ind. L. J. 96 

[1898]. 
Suability of states by individuals in the courts 

of the United States. [Jacob Triel>er] 

41 Am. L. Rev. 845 [1907]. 
The Supreme Court: an American ideal. 

[Rupert Sargent Holland] 16 Green 

Bag, 787 [1904]. 
The Supreme Court and the legal-tender 

decisions: an old slander. [Fritz v. 

Briesen] 3 Brief, 29 [1900]. 
The Supreme Court and the Sherman Anti- 
Trust Act. [Wm. F. Dana] 16 Harv. 

L. Rev. 178 [1903]. 
Supreme Court and unconstitutional acts 

of Congress. [Edwin S. Corwin] 4 

Mich. L. Rev. 616 [1906]. 
The Supreme Court Dilemma. [Simon 

Fleisclimann] 11 Am. Law. 55, 147 

[1903]. 
Supreme Court 6f the United States. [David 

J. Brewer] 2 Can, L. Rev. 408 [1903]. 
The Supreme Court of the United States. 

[Hampton L. Carson] [From Phila. 

Record] 23 Nat. Corp. Rep. 680, 712, 

744,780,812; 24 do. 8, 41, 73, 105, 200, 

233, 264, 302, 336, 374, 407, 448 [1902]. 
The Supreme Court of the United States. 

[Hampton L. Carson] 2 N. C. L. J. 269 

[1902]. 
The Supreme Court of the United States. 

Geo. P. Costigan* Jr. 16 Yale L. J. 

259 [1907]. 
The Supreme Court of the United States. 

[EugeneB.Gary] 1 So.L . Rev. 435 [1901]. 
Supreme Court of the United States. [F. 

Charles Hume] 33 Am. L. Rev. 641 

[1899]. 



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The Supreme Court of the United States. 
[John MacdoneU] 5 Law Notes [N. 
Y.) 128 (1901). 

Supreme Court of the United States during 
the first half century of its existence. 
[A. Inglis Clark] 1 Com. L. Rev. 1, 69 
[1903]. 

Supreme Court of the United States: its 
place in the constitution. (Joseph 
H. Choate] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 45; 65 
Alb. L. J. 203; 2 Can. L. Rev. 646 
[1903]. 

Three courts. (Seymour D. Thompson] 
34 Am. L. Rev. 398 [1900]. 

The U. S. District Court, N. D., of Illinois. 
[James B. Bradwell] 32 Chic. Leg. N. 
137 [1899]. 

Workings of the United States Supreme 
Court. 60 Alb. L. J. 44 [1899). 

IIL State Courts, 

The American system of Supreme courts. 
13 Green Bag, 537 [1901]. 

Jurisdiction and authority of the state su- 
preme courts and of the Supreme Court 
of the United States. [J. Altheus 
Johnson] 35 Wash. L. R. 589 [1907]. 

Connecticut. The Supreme Court of 
Connecticut. [David Torrance] 12 
Yale L. J. 234 [1903). 

System of probate courts in Connecticut 
with some suggestions for its improve- 
ment. [James Kingsley Blake] 15 
Yale L. J. 131 [1906J. 

District of Columbia, A municipal court 
for the. [Henry Randall Webb] 33 
Wash. L. R. 626 [1905]. 

Georgia. Power of the trial courts of Georgia 
over verdicts as compared with that 
of the supreme court. [Samuel Lump- 
kin] 1 So. L. Rev. 6 [1901]. 

Illinois. Abolish the court of chancery. [Otto 
Gresham] 37 Chic. Leg. N. 243 [1905]. 

The Dartmouth College case in the Supreme 
Court of Illinois. 27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
472, 496 [1903J. 

The earliest courts of the Illinois country. 
[George Alexander Dupuy] 1 111. L. 
Rev. 1. 81 [1906]. 

Early Illinois courts. 24 Nat. Corp. Rep. 267 
[1902]. 

The law providing for a municipal court in 
Chicago. [Robert McMurdy] 38 Chic. 
Leg. N. 398 [1906]. 



The Municipal Court of Chicago. [Harry 
Olson] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 26, 32 [1907]. 

Municipal courts. [Robert S. lies] 37 Chic. 
Leg. N. 235 [1905]. 

New municipal court system. [Hiram 
T. GUbert] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 287, 296 
[1906]. 

Procedure in the Supreme Court of Illinois. 
[Isaac N. Bassett] 36 Chic. Leg. N. 
360 [1904]. 

The supreme court and its method of work. 
[Orrin T. Carter] 1 111. L. Rev. 151 
[1906]. 

Indiana Supreme Court. [Louis B. Ewbank] 
3 Ind. L. J. 47 [1899]. 

Petticoat in the Supreme Court. [D. P. 
Baldwin] 3 Ind. L. J. 1 [1899]. 

The Supreme Court of Indiana. [D. P. 
Baldwhi] 3 Ind. L. J. 95 [1899]. 

Kansas court of visitation. [Stephen H. 
AUenJ 3 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 7 [1899]. 

Kentucky. Court of Appeals of Kentucky. 
John C. Doolan] 12 Green Bag, 342, 
408, 458, 516 [1900]. 

The old and the new court. [Philip Linds- 
ley] 16 Green Bag, 520 [1904]. 

Old court — new court controversy. [John 
C. Doolan] 11 Green Bag, 177 [1899]. 

Massachusetts. Conclusiveness of decrees 
of a domestic probate court. [Arthur 
M. Alger] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 190 [1899]. 

The Court of Land Registration. [Charles 
Thornton Davis] 13 Yale L. J. 182 
[1904]. 

Courts of justice in the Province of Massa- 
chusetts Bay under the first charter, 
1630-1684. [Thomas Lewis Philips] 
34 Am. L. Rev. 566 [1900]. 

Minnesota. Supreme court-room of the 
Minnesota capitol. [Berta Nabers- 
berg] 17 Green Bag, 566 [1905]. 

Mississippi. A sketch of the Supreme Court 
of Mississippi. [Thomas H. Somer- 
ville] 11 Green Bag, 503 [1899]. 

Missouri. Three courts. [Seymour D. 
Thompson] 34 Am. L. Rev. 398 [1900]. 

New Jersey. Antiquated courts and mis- 
carriage of justice. [Charles H. Harts- 
home] 25 N. J. L. J. 37. 68, 100, 164, 
259, 292, 323; 26 do. 37, 101, 131, 164, 
174 [1902-3]. 

Colonial courts of Somerset County. [James 
J. Bergen] 29 N. J. L. J. 358 [1906]. 



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COVENANTS 



How can we improve our judicial system? 
[Charies H. Hartshorne] 27 N. J. 
L. J. 260; 28 do. 132, 173 [1904-^]. 

In praise of New Jersey's system of courts 
and procedure. [Herbert A. Drake] 
29 N. J. L. J. 100 [19061. 

Prerogative court and orphan's court. [Ed- 
ward Q. Keasbey] 26 N. J. L. J. 105, 
169, 209 [1903]. 

The supreme court as an American in- 
stitution: shall it be subverted in New 
Jersey? [Charles H. Hartshorne] 24 
N. J. L. J. 396 [1901]. 

New York. The mercy of the court of 
burgomasters and schepens. [Lee M. 
Friedman] 19 Green Bag» 91 [1907]. 

History of the general term of the New York 
Supreme Court. [Clark Bell] 66 Alb. 
L. J. 249, 336 [1904]. 

Supreme Court of New York during the 
revolutionary period and under the 
constitution of 1777. [Claric Bell] 11 
Am. Law. 289 [1903]. 

Three courts. [Sesrmour D. Thompson] 
34 Am. L. Rev. 398 [1900J. 

North Carolina. Early judicial system 
of the state of North Carolina, and its 
relation to the proprietary and royal 
systems. [R. W. Herring] 1 N. C. Jnl. 
of Uw, 286, 359 [1904]. 

Judicial system of the proprietary and royal 
governments in North Carolina in 1776. 
[R. W. Herring] 1 N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 
84, 128 [1904]. 

Ohio. Caldwell, John A., and the juvenile 
court of Cincinnati. [Eliza Spruhan 
Painter] 52 Ohio L. B. 490 [1907]. 

The Circuit Court — a confession. [Caleb 
H. Norris] 45 Ohio L. B. 220 [1901]. 

The circuit court viewed retrospectively. 
[James L. Priel] 45 Ohio L. B. 222 
[1901]. 

The courts of Ohio. [H. J. Booth] 49 Ohio 
L. B. 307 [1904]. 

Needs of the probate court and needed legis- 
lation in its behalf. [Frank W. Geiger] 
50 Ohio L. B. 290 [1905]. 

The present methods of work by the Supreme 
Court of Ohio. [John A. Shanck] 47 
Ohio L. B. 636 [1902]. 

Pennsylvania. Courts of Pennsylvania 
prior to 1701. [William H. Loyd, Jr.] 
55 Am. L. Reg. 529 [1907]. 



Porto RicOt Supreme Court of. 14 Green 
Bag, 186 [1902]. 

— [William H. Hunt] 12 Yale L. J. 213 

[1903]. 

Rhode Island. Development of the judicial 
system in Rhode Island. [Amasa M. 
Eaton] 14 Yale L. J. 148 [1905]. 

Virginia. Suggested changes in our judicial 
system. [James P. Harrison] 5 Va. L. 
Reg. 351 [1899]. 

West Virginia. Supreme Court of West 

Virginia. [J. W. Vandenrort] 12 Green 

Bag, 187, 234, 292 [1900]. 
Courting and the courts. [Albert W. 

Gaines] 16 Green Bag, 34 [1904]. 
COVENANTS. 
Acts of omission as breaches of covenants 

for title. [T. F. Martin] 23 Law Q. 

Rev. 331 [1907]. 
The appointment of parties to convey in 

place of defaulting parties. 34 Ir. L. T. 

289 [1900]. 
Breach of covenants for title. 46 Sol. J. 279 

[1902]. 
Collateral covenants. 51 Sol. J. 186; 122 L. 

T. 288 [1907]. 
Compensation in respect of restrictive cove- 
nants. 46 Sol. J. 662 [1902]. 
Compulsory sales and covenants running with 

the reversion. 42 Sol. J. 425 [1898]. 
The construction of provisoes for re-entry. 

47 Sol. J. 759 [1903]. 
The covenant for quiet enjoyment. 118 L. 

T. 335 [1905]. 
Covenant for quiet enjoyment in a lease. 

[Charles Thwaites] 3 Can. L. Rev. 261 

[1904]. 
The covenant to pay rates, taxes, etc. 1 16 L. 

T. 79 [1903]. 
The covenant to repair. [Edgar Foa] 122 

L. T. 516 [1907]. 
The covenant to repair in sub-leases. 119 

L. T. 285 [1905]. 
Covenant to settle after-acquired property. 

44 Sol. J. 357 [1900]; 49 do. 214, 232 

[1905]. 

— 118 L. T. 100 [1904]. 

Covenants affecting public-houses. 64 J. P. 
81 [1900]. 

Covenants against alienation. [H. S. Gour] 
3 Bom. L. R. 173 [1901]. 

Covenants against assigning and under- 
lessees. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 330 [1903]. 



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Covenants against assigning and under- 
letting. 22 L. Notes 370 [1903]. 

Covenants against assignment and under- 
letting. 44 Sol. J. 39 [1899]. 

Covenants against assignment of leaseholds. 
47 Sol. J. 874 [1903]. 

Covenants against loss of licenses. 43 Sol. 
J. 668 [1899]. 

Covenants as quasi-contracts. [Louis L. 
Hammon] 2 Mich. L. Rev. 106 [1903]. 

Covenants as to user. 37 Ir. L. T. 637 [1903]. 

Covenants for the protection of licenses. 50 
Sol. J. 477 [1906]. 

Covenants for quiet enjoyment. 42 Sol. 
J. 143 [1898]; 44 do. 464 [1900]; 47 do. 
169 [1903]; 50 do. 539 [1906]. 

Covenants in parol leases. 108 L. T. 238 [1900]. 

Covenants in public-house leases for the 
performance of licenses. 48 Sol. J. 520 
[1904]. 

Covenants in restraint of trade. [Earnest 
J. Blake] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 76 [1906]. 

Covenants in restraint of trade. 43 Sol. J. 
220, 491 [1899]; 119 L. T. 527 [1905]. 

Covenants not to assign without consent. 

34 Ir. L. T. 413 [1900). 
Covenants running with land. 124 L. T. 77 

[1907]. 
Covenants running with patents. 45 Sol. J. 

340 [1901]. 
Covenants running with the reversion. 42 

Sol. J. 341 [1898]; 46 do. 81, 100 [1901]. 
Covenants running with tied houses. 46 

Sol. J. 44 [1901]. 
Covenants to pay rates. 64 J. P. 433 [1900]; 

66 do. 162 [1902]. 
Covenants to pay rates and taxes. 45 Sol. 

J. 499 [1901]. 
Covenants to settle after-acquired property 

as affecting life interests. 48 Sol. J. 

586 [1904]. 
Damages for breach of covenants for title. 

49So]. J. 346[1905]. 
Disclosure of onerous covenants on dealings 

with leases. 47 Sol. J. 813 [1903]. 
The doctrine of Lowes v. Bennett [1 Cox, 167] 

and the decision in WoodaU v. Clifton 

|L. R. 19b5, 1 Ch. 257]. 50 Sol. J. 705 

[1906). 
The enforcement of covenants running with 

the land. 47 Sol. J. 705 [1903]. 



The enforcement of restrictive covenants as 
between lessees. 44 Sol. J. 141 [1900]. 

The ground of liability of assignees under 
restrictive covenants. 47 Sol. J. 793 
11903]. 

The implied covenant for quiet enjoyment. 
114 L. T. 167 [1902]. 

Interference with covenants under compul- 
sory powers. 65 J. P. 577 J1901J. 

Landlord and tenant's covenants. 62 J. P. 
498 [1898]. 

The liability of a lessee under a covenant 
to pay "outgoings." 43 Sol. J. 4 [1898]. 

Liability under the covenant for rates, taxes, 
and assessments. Ill L. T. 77; 113 do. 
2 [1901-2]. 

The London companies and their Ulster 
estates. 32 Ir. L. T. 509 [1898]. 

Notices of breach of covenant under the con- 
veyancing act. 108 L. T. 581 [1900J. 

The one-house question. 1 16 L. T. 147 [1903]. 

Pleas of "covenants performed" and "cove- 
nants not broken." [Charles Curry] 
5 Va. L. Reg. 586 [1900]. 

Possessory titles and restrictive covenants. 

49 Sol. J. 275 [1905]. 

The presumed release of restrictive cove- 
nants. 44 Sol. J. 153 [1900]. 
Presumption of release of covenants in leases. 

50 Sol. J. 38 [1905]. 

A recent development of the doctrine of 
Tulk V. Moxhay [2 Ph. 774). 50 Sol. J. 
123 [1905]. 

Re-entry for non-performance of covenents. 
48 Sol. J. 346 [1904]. 

Relief from forfeiture for breach of covenant. 
62 J. P. 787. 803, 819; 63 do. 113 [1898-99]. 

Rents: the covenant to keep in repair. 
[S. S. P. Patteson] 7 Va. L. Reg. 159 
[1901]. 

Requirements of the Conveyancing acts, 
1881-1892 — covenants against assign- 
ment — provisions for re-entry on 
bankruptcy. 35 Ir. L. T. 299 [1901]. 

Restrictions on users of goods. 50 Sol. J. 
558 [1906]. 

Restrictive covenants. 112 L. T. 328, 354, 
401, 449 [1902]. 

Restrictive covenants and possessory titles. 
50 Sol. J. 186 [1906]. 

The right of a covenantee for renewal as 
against the reversioner. 37 Ir. L. T. 
383 [1903]. 



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The right of purchasers of land to enforce 
restrictive covenants. 44 Sol. J. 604 [1900]. 

Rights of a covenantee upon breach of 
warranty against incumbrances. [W. 
C. Rodgen] 54 Cent. L. J. 463 [1902]. 

Running with the land. 20 L. Notes [Gib.] 

217 [1901]. 
"Usual and proper" covenants in building 

leases. 32 Ir. L. T. 519 [1898]. 
Water rates and lessors' covenants. 123 L. 

T. 103 [1907]. 
Cowen* John Kiaaig. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. [Judaon Harmon] 17 

Green Bag, 461 [1905]. 
Cox, Walter Smith. [1826-1902.] Judge. 

Obituary. 30 Wash. L. R. 417 [1902]. 
Craige, Kerr. [1843-1904.] Obituary. 1 

N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 491 [1904]. 
CragU jus feudale, [George Law] 10 Jurid. 

Rev. 177, 334 [1898]. 
Cranhrook, Lord, Gathome Hardy. [1814- 

1906.] Obituary. 122 L. T. 19 [1906]. 
Crangle, Roland. [1864-19—.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

71 [1899]. 
Cream« Dr., Strange case of. [H. Gerald 

Chapin] 14 Green Bag, 426 [1902]. 
Crease, Sir Henry P. P. [1823-1905.] Obit- 
uary. 41 Can. L. J. 280 [1905]. 
CREDITOR. 

Su Debtor and Creditor. 
Cremation. [Tighe Hofrfdns] 114 L. T. 

492 [1903]. 
— in its relation to the concealment of 

crime. [Frederick L. Hoffman] 18 

Med. Leg. J. 500 [1901]. 
Crerar, John. [1835-1904.] Obituary, with 

portrait. 3 Can. L. Rev. 385 [1904]. 
CRIMINAL LAW. 

I. General. 

II. Capacity to Commit and Responsibi- 

lity for Crime. 

III. Parties to offences. 

IV. Jurisdiction and Venue. 

V. Former Jeopardy and Time Limita- 
tions. 

VI. Preliminary Complaint and Proceed- 
ings and Summary Trial. 

VII. Evidence. 

VIII. Trial. 

IX. Judgment, Sentence and Final Com- 
mitment. 

X. Appeal and Error and Certiorari. 



I XI. Habitual Criminals. 

XII. Punishment and Prevention of 
Crime. 

XIII. Statistics. 



I. General, 

Administration of criminal law. [William 
H. Taft] 15 Yale L. J. 1 [1905]. 

The American thief. [Tighe Hopldnt] 

117 L. T. 37 [1904]. 

Anarchism and atavism. [Paul Tyner]. 
20 Med. Leg. J. 342 [1902]. 

Attempt to commit a crime. 22 L. Notes 
[Gib.] 273 [1903]. 

Attemps, Overt Acts, and Traps. [William 
A. Purrington] 3 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 
64 [1905). 

The Beck commission and criminial law 
reform. 118 L. T. 182, 207, 316, 346 
[1904-5]. 

Blackmail and extortion. [Jamea W. Os- 
borne] 4 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 50, 90 
[1906]. 

A border freebooter: Johnnie Armstrong. 
124 L. T. 36 [1907]. 

British and European criminal law compared. 
[Sir John Scott[ 3 Bom. L. R. 176; 
5 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 48; 111 L. T. 13, 
40 11901]. 

The calender of Scottish crime. [Herl>ert 
MazweU] 12 Green Bag, 278, 353 [1900]. 

The cause of crime in the United States. 
[Frederick Bauaman] 38 Am. L. Rev. 
542 [1904]. 

Cheating in Indian criminal law. [Satya 
Chandra Merkerji] 3 Alia. L. J. 49, 113 
[1906]. 

Classification of crimes in modem codes. 
2. J. Comp. Leg. 348 [1900). 

Cremation in its relation to the conceal- 
ment of crime. (Frederick L. Hoff- 
man] 18 Med. L^. J. 500 [1901]. 

Crime and criminals. [Ethan A. Dausman] 
36 Am. L. Rev. 661 [1902]. 

Crime and criminals, or the problems pre- 
sented by anti-social acts. [Edwin 
C. Walker] 19 Med. Leg. J. 505. 664 
[1901-2]. 

Crime and the criminals. Some defects of 
prison. [Tighe Hopkins] 117 L. T. 
156 [1904]. 

Crime in America. 118 L. T. 371 [1905]. 

The crimes of lunacy. 117 L. T. 490 [1904]. 



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Crimes of olden times. 8 Law Notes [N. Y.] 
408 [1904]. 

Criminal anthropology — a review. [W. P. 
Archibald] 5 Can. L. Rev. 201 [1906]. 

Criminal attempts. [J. H. Beale, Jr.] 16 

Harv. L. Rev. 491 [1903]. 
Criminal law and its administration in the 
state of New York. [Robert Earl] 
2 Colum. L. Rev. 144 [1902]. 
Criminal law and the moral sense of the 
community. [F. A. Sloss] 2 N. Ir. Jur 
401 [1902]. 
Criminal law of Canada. [N. W. Hoyles] 38 

Can. L. J. 225 [1902]. 
Criminal law in New South Wales. [W. F. 

Craies] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 95 [1901]. 
Criminal law reform. [F. Beecher] 69 Alb. 

L. J. 26 [1907] 
The criminal mind. (Tighe Hopkins] 112 

L. T. 25 ]1901]. 
Criminal procedure in colonial times. [Alfred 

L. Becker] 62 Alb. L. J. 180 [1900]. 
Criminal procedure in Jewish courts. [Julius 

H. Greenstone] 15 Green Bag, 333 [1903]. 
Criminality and degeneracy; its treatment 

by surgery and hypnotism. [Thos. 

Bassett Keyes] 15 Med. Leg. J. 366 

[1898]. 
Curious laws of fines and compensation for 

crimes. [Joseph M. Sullivan] 15 Green 

Bag, 592 [1903]. 
Drunkenness and crime. [R. W. Lee] 27 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 144, 308 [1902]. 
Dual official infidelity. 19 Bank. L. J. 15 

[1902]. 
The economics of crime. [A. B. McHardy] 

14 Jurid. Rev. 45 [1902]. 
English and Anglo-Indian criminal proce- 
dure — a comparison. [Sir John Scott] 

109 L. T. 389 [1900]. 
English and Scotch criminal procedure. 67 

J. P. 193, 219 [1903]. 
English prison rules and remission of sentences 

for good conduct. [John Miller] 14 

Green Bag, 605 [1902]. 
English view of American criminal procedure. 

11 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 72 [1907]. 
The era of law enforcement. [C. W. 

Trickett] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 141, 145 
. [1907]. 
The etiology and treatment of criminality. 

[Daniel R. Brewer] 15 Med. Leg. J 361 

[1898]. 



Failure of justice in criminal cases. 
[Andrew J. HirschI] [From Chicago 
Tribune] 28 Nat. Corp. Rep. 318 [1904]. 

Federal enforcement of the criminal law. 
[J. B. Mackenzie] 41 Can. L. J. 276 
[1905]. 

Fidelity of the court and client in criminal 

cases. [Jamee P. Mitchell] 7 Bar, 158 

[1900]. 
Forms of private prosecution in Scotland. 

[J. Haasell Henderson] 17 Jurid. Rev. 

53 [1905]. 
Historic legal puzzles. 11 Green Bag, 353 

[1899]. 
How to stop perjury in our courts. [W. J. 

Gaynor] 8 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 15 

[1907]. 
Hypnotism as an excuse for crime. 110 L. 

T. 549; 63 Alb. L. J. 113 [1901]. 
In limbo in the tropics. The French convict 

in New Caledonia. [Tighe Hopkins] 

111 L. T. 218 [1902]. 
Innocent prisoners' compensation. 118 L. 

T. 158 [1904]. 
Insanity and crime. [Moritz Benedikt] 

19 Med. Leg. J. 435 [1901]. 
Insanity and crime. [William Graham] 

2 N. Ir. Jur. 361 [1902]. 
Insanity in criminal cases. [W. H. Parry] 

63 Alb. L. J. 429, 459 [1901]. 
The investigation of crime. [Ti^e Hopkins] 

123 L. T. 370 [1907]. 
Is the non-payment of an occupation tax 

a misdemeanor? [H. K. OUiphant] 

6 Am. Law. 339 [1898]. 
Justice and crime in Danish Greenland. 

[Maynard Shipley] 17 Jurid. Rev. 56 

[1905]. 
King's peace in the middle ages. [Sir Fred- 
erick PoUock] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 177 
[1899]. 
Larceny by trick. 63 J. P. 17 [1899]. 
Legal aspects of the Sipido case. [Dr. 

Speyer] 2 J. Comp. L^. 434 [1900]. 
Legal status of one who assaults the president. 

23 Nat. Corp. Rep. 255 [1901]. 
May a murderer profit by his crime? 1 N. 

C. Jnl. of Uw, 533 [1904]. 
Model criminal code for the colonies. [H. 
L. Stephen] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 439 [1899]. 
Nature of incommunication in Spanish- 
Cuban law. [Lucius Q. C. Lamar] 
65 Alb. L. J. 187 [1903]. 



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Negro criminality. [S. C. Baker] 1 N. C. L. 
J. 27 [May, 1900). 

New times, new crimes. [George H. West- 
ley] 13 Green Bag, 268 [1901]. 
The objects and scope of the criminal law. 

27 Law Mag. and Rev. 19 [1901]. 
The objects of criminal procedure as they 

appear to a French prosecuting officer. 

[Simeon E. Baldwin] 12 Yale L. J. 

226 [1903]. 
On the origin and growth of criminal law. 

[G. M. MacdonneU] 18 Can. L. T. 217 

[1898]. 
Origin and growth of rights of accused. 

[E. Ray Stevens] 12 Green Bag, 392 

[1900]. 
Our new problem — an old idea enlarged 

upon. [F. S. Key Smitli] 63 Alb. L. 

J. 451 [1901]. 
Penal legislation and crime. 8 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 248 [1904]. 
Penology up to date. [Tiglie Hopldns] 112 

L. T. 526 [1902]. 
Progress of criminal legislation in Canada. 

[W. B. Wallace] 38 Can. L. J. 701 [1902]. 
Psychological studies of criminals. [George 

W. Grover] 16 Med. Leg. J. 67 [1898]. 
Relation of criminality in the off-spring to 

alcoholism in the parents. [Louiae G. 

RobinoTitcli] 18 Med. Leg. J. 341 

[1900]. 
The relation of drink to crime. [Henry Hilton 

Brown] 9 Scot. L. T. 29 [1901]. 
Reprieves in murder cases. [J. B. Madcen- 

zie] 40 Can. L. J. 54 [1904]. 
Revision of our criminal laws [Virginia]. 

[Calloway Brown] 5 Va. L. Reg. 579 

[1900]. 
Security for good behavior. [Satya Chandra 

Mukerji] 3 Alia. L. J. 227 [1906]. 
A sequence in crime. [H. Gerald Chapin] 

14 Green Bag. 36 [1902]. 
Sexual perversion and its relation to crime. 

[E. D. Leach] 12 Bar» 33 [Aug.-Sept. 

1905]. 
Should prostitution be regulated by law? [T. 

Crisp Poole] 19 Med. Leg. J. 426, 659 

[1901-2.] 
Should the unwritten law be written? [Lewis 

H. Machen] 13 Va. L. Reg. 107 [1907]. 

Sir Robert Anderson's short way with burg- 
lars. [Ti&he Hopldns] 124 L. T. 133 

[1907]. 



Some phases of the law of self-defense. 4 
Uw Notes [N. Y.] 167 [1900]. 

Some reminiscences of criminal law. [Geo. 

S. Holmeeted] 3 Can. L. Rev. 20 [1904]. 
Some suggestions as to criminal law. [Moees 

F. Wilson] 39 Ohio L. B. 316 [1898]. 
Soudan criminal law. [W. F. Craiee] 2 J. 

Comp. Leg. 137 [1900]. 
A story of innocent participation in crime. 

[^ter Borret] 12 Green Bag, 86 [1900]. 
Suggested changes in criminal practice. 

[Virginia], [F. B. WhiHng] 11 Va. L. 

Reg. 969 [1906]. 
Suicide as a crime. [Edward Manaon] 1 

J. Comp. Leg. 311 [1899]. 
Suicide; its relation to the law, civil and 

criminal. [James A. Brody] 11 Kan. 

Uw. 1 [Feb.-Mar. 1905]. 
Survival of the weakest. [Gino C. Sper- 

anza] 52 Am. L. Reg. 159 [1904]. 
The treatment of weak-minded delinquents. 

[ JamesC. Dunlop] 10 Scot. L. T. 29 [1902]. 
Two centuries of criminal law. 43 Sol. J. 

' 701. 716. 727. 735 [1899]. 
A unique case. 11 Green Bag. 298 [1899]. 
Unpunished commercial crime. [George W. 

Alger] 12 Am. Uw. 379 [1904]. 
Various forms of mental alienation in their 

relation to crime. [Lewis Hochheimer] 

56 Cent. L. J. 28 [1903]. 
What are we doing for the criminal? [Gino 

C. Speranza] 49 Am. L. Reg. 215 [1901]. 
What is a "criminal proceeding"? — Evidence. 

34 Ir. L. T. 79 [1900]. 
What is criminally obscene? [Theodore 

Schroeder] 68 Alb. L. J. 211 [1906]. 
Why difficulties in enforcing criminal laws. 

[P. H. HeiakeU] 29 N. J. L. J. 164 [1906]. 

Why Europeans regard English-speaking peo- 
ple dishonest. [James Ed^ar Brown] 
33 Nat. Corp. Rep. 500 [1906]. 

Why it b so difficult to enforce our criminal 
laws. [F. H. HeiskeU] 38 Chic. Leg. 
N. 393. 397; 14 Am. Uw. 205 [1906]. 

II. Capacity to Commit and Responsibility for 
Crime, 

Attempt to commit a crime. 22 L. Notes 
[Gib.] 273 [1903]. 

The "brain storm." or the "irresistible im- 
pulse" test, as affecting criminal respon- 
sibility and as a substitute for the 
"unwritten law" defense. [FrederidL 
WUmer Sims] 13 Va. L. Reg. 93 [1907]. 



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Building by-laws and continuing offences. 
64 J. P. 3 [1900]. 

Can a husband be accessory after the wife's 
crime? 64 J. P. 129 [1900]. 

Consent in its relation to criminal liability. 
[Lewis Hochheimer] 48 Cent. L. J. 71 
[1899]. 

Criminal liability of an inciter or abettor 
of suicide. [Sumner Kemner] 61 Cent. 
L. J. 406 [1905]. 

Criminal responsibility. 25 Can. L. T. 663 
[1905]. 

Criminal responsibility. [Arthur Rickett] 
31 Law Mag. and Rev. 35 [1906]. 

The criminal responsibility of the insane. 
[Arthur Rickett] 28 Law Mag. and Rev. 
66, 187, 268 [1902-3]. 

The criminal responsibility of masters for the 
acts of their servants. 105 L. T. 219 
[1898]. 

The definition of criminal responsibility. 
[T. W. Harrison] 13 Va. L. Reg^ 1 
[1907]. 

Domestic misdemeanors. 52 Sol. J. 6 [1907]. 

Drink and crime. 114 L. T. 270 [1903]. 

Edaljicase. 123 L. T. 92 [1907]. 

Epilepsy and responsibility. [C. J. Aldrlch] 
5 West. Res. L. J. 109 [1899]. 

Immunity of married women from criminal 
liability. 67 J. P. 506 [1903]. 

Insanity and criminal responsibility. [John 
Chlsholm] 14 Jurid. Rev. 386 [1902]. 

Law's responsibility for lawlessness. [H. 
E. Ganse] 11 Kan. Law. 1 [Sept. 1904]. 

The mens rea. 33 Ir. L. T. 1. 15 [1899]. 

Mens rea and the Sale of Food and Drugs 
act, 1875. 33 Ir. L. T. 16, 51 [1899]. 

Obtaining food by fraud. 62 J. P. 33 [1898]. 

Offences connected with the sale of tea. 69 
J. P. 193. 205 [1905]. 

OflFences of a trifling nature. 69 J. P. 229 
[1905]. 

Ratione tenure liability. 62 J. P. 273 [1898]. 

Relation of the insanities to criminal respon- 
sibility and civil capacity. 16 Jurid. 
Rev. 1. 169, 254, 361 [1904]. 

Responsibility for crime in cases where the 
criminal act is committed in one juris- 
diction and takes effect in another. 
[Merle I. St. John] 3 Brief, 422 [1901]. 

The young criminal in Hungary. [Tighe 
Hopkins] 121 L. T. 15 [1906]. 



III. Parties to Offenses, 

Accomplice. [Surendnmath Ray] 9 Bom. 
L. Rep. 210; 4 Alia. L. J. 269 [1907]. 

Aiders and abettors convicted as prindpab. 
62 J. P. 785 [1898]. 

Compounding offences and offering rewards 

for recovery of stolen property. 65 J. 

P. 561 [1901]. 
Continuing offences. 62 J. P. 451, 547 [1898]. 
Disposal and treatment of persons accused 

of crime. [Lewis Hochheimer] 52 

Cent. L. J. 265 [1901]. 
Law of accomplices. 4 Bom. L. Rep. 7, 1902. 
Origin and growth of rights of the accused. 

[E. Ray Stevens] 12 Green Bag, 392 

[1900]. 
Receiving goods stolen by a wife from her 

husband. 64 J. P. 499 [1900]. 
Rights of persons charged with crime. 

[Frederick E. Crane] 65 Alb. L. J. 67 

[1903]. 

IV. JurisdicHon and Venue. 

Change of place of trial of indictments. 65 

J. P. 129 [1901]. 
Interstate crime and interstate extradition. 

[Wilbur Larremore] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 

532 [1899]. 
Motions for change of venue in criminal cases. 

[Linton D. Landrum] 53 Cent. L. J. 

324 [1901]. 

V. Farmer Jeopardy und Time Limitations. 
The doctrine of previous jeopardy. [G. W. 

Payne] 62 Cent. L. J. 295 [1906]. 
Former jeopardy. 8 Law Notes [N. Y.] 265 

[1904]. 
Former jeopardy. [O. B. Harvey] 10 Va. 

L. Reg. 410 [1904]. 
Trial by jury and "double jeopardy" in the 

Philippines. [Lebbeus R. Wilfley] 13 

Yale L. J. 421 [1904]. 
Twice in jeopardy. [Lewis B. Ewbank] 

50 Cent. L. J. 143 [1900]. 
Twice vexed. 64 J. P. 611 [1900]. 

VI. Preliminary Complaint and Proceedings 
and Summary Triai. 

Absence of accused in summary criminal 

-' procedure. [Henry Hilton Brown] 9 
Scot. L. T. 37 [1901]. 

Ancient modes of determining guilt or in- 
nocence. [Joseph M. Sullivan] 64 Alb. 
L. J. 396 [1902]. 

Commencing a prosecution. 62 J. P. 82 
[1898]. 



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I reserve my defense. [Frederick Mead] 
68J. P. 3, 13U9041. 

Interrogation of prisoners and suspects by 
police officers. 67 J. P. 325 [1903]. 

"John Doe warrants." [John F. Geeting] 

35 Chic. Leg. N. 34 [1902]. 
Medico-legal aspect and criminal procedure 

in the poison cases of the XVI century. 

(Charles Green Cumston] 23 Med. 

I^. J. 173 [1905]. 
Persistent cruelty to a wife. 65 J. P. 339 

[1901]. 
The practice of the criminal law. [Mayer 

Sulzberger] 51 Am. L. Reg. 311 [1903]. 
Procedure in America. [Tighe Hofrfdns] 

123 L. T. 350 [1907]. 
Summary committal for perjury before jus- 
tices. 64 J. P. 370 [1900]. 
Summary trial of adults. 62 J. P. 370 [1898). 
Summary trials of adults for indictable 

offences with consent and otherwise. 

65 J. P. 818 [1901]; 2 N. Ir. Jur. 101 

[1902]. 
VII. Evidence. 
Admissibility, in a criminal trial, of the former 

testimony of a witness, since dead. 

[Walter R. Staples] 12 Va. L. Reg. 

755 [1907]. 
The admissibility of statements made by a 

prisoner. 62 J. P. 242 [1898]. 
Admissibility of statements made by a 

prisoner. 60 Alb. L. J. 361 [1899]. 
Admissions by prisoners to constables or 

other persons in authority. 32 Ir. L. 

T. 109 [1898]. 
Bad character of the deceased. [Arthur 

Beauchesne] 5 Can. L. Rev. 93 [1906]. 
Burden of proving insanity in criminal cases. 

3 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 64 [1899]. 
Circumstantial evidence. 47 Sol. J. 7 [1902J. 
The competency of accused persons as 

witnesses. 42 Sol. J. 267 [1898]. 
Confessions; a brief history and a criticism. 

[John H. WIgmore] 33 Am. L. Rev. 

376 [1899]. 
Confessions as evidence. 69 J. P. 182 [1905]. 
Confessions in criminal law. 5 Bom. L. R. 

199 [1903]. 
Cross-examination of prisoners as to pre- 
vious convictions. 68 J. P. 565; 69 

do. 553 [1904-5]. 
Cross-examination of prisoners jointly in- 
dicted. 66J.P.275[1902]. 



Evidence of the accused in the criminal law 
of Scotland. [A. Taylor Innes] 1 J. 
Comp. Leg. 18 [1899]. 

Evidence of character in civil and criminal 
proceedings. [David Torrance] 12 
Yale L. J. 352 [1903]. 

Evidence of character in criminal cases. 

68 J. P. 219 [1904]. 

Evidence of complaint in criminal cases. 

69 J. P. 156, 169 [1905]. 

Evidence of similar crimes. 70 J. P. 326 
[1906]. 

Evidence of similar offences. 67 J. P. 63 
[1903]. 

The history and application of the law of 
corpus delicH. [Howard O. Sprotfe] 
36 Chic. Leg. N. 420 [1904]. 

Identification by finger-print. [Tighe Hop- 
kins] 114 L. T. 293 [1903]. 
Is the presumption of innocence in criminal 

cases to be weighed as evidence in the 

case? [Robert A. Edgar] 59 Cent. L. 

J. 282 [1904]. 
The long arm of coincidence — a story of 

circdihstantial evidence. 33 Ir. L. T. 

544 [1899]. 
Medical evidence in cases of murder. 104 

L. T. 509 [1898]. 
N. A. Subrdhmanya Aiyar v. Queen Empress. 

10 Mad. L. J. 173 [1900]. 
Pleading and proof of insanity in criminal 

cases. [Linton D. Landrum] 56 Cent. 

L. J. 466 [1903]. 
Police evidence. [Henry H. Brown] 12 

Scot. L. Rev. 203 [1896). 
Prisoners* statements and evidence. 64 J. P. 

321 [1900]. 
Proof of corpus delicti. 58 Alb. L. J. 128; 

26 Wash. L. R. 491 [1898]. 
Proof of marriage in criminal cases. [Charles 

L. Bartlett] 51 Cent. L. J. 327 [1901]. 
Psychological problems relating to criminal 

confessions of innocent persons. [Thom- 
son Jay Hudson] 18 Med. Leg. J. 84 

[1900]. 
Suicidal declarations in homicide cases. 

[G. M. Dahl] 59 Cent. L. J. 103 [1904]. 
"Sweat box" methods of forcing confessions. 

67 Alb. L. J. 214 [1905]. 
Testimony of witness, since deceased, on 

former trial of criminial c^se. 12 Va. L. 

Reg. 515 [1906]. 



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When is a complaint by the peraon against 
wboni an offence is alleged to have been 
committed admissible in evidence? 71 
J. P. 411 [1907]. 

The working of the Criminal Evidence Act 
(Scotland] 1898. 16 Scot. L. Rev. 306 
(1900]. 

VIII. Trial. 

Adjourments of criminal trials. 5 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 166 [1901]. 

Allowances to prosecutors and witnesses in 

criminal prosecutions. 115 L. T. 300, 

326, 352 [1903]. 
The crime and trial of Beatrice Cend. [H. 

Gerald Chapin] 12 Green Bag, 631 

[1900]. 
Criminal procedure in Jewish courts. [Julius 

H. Greenstone] 15 Green Bag, 333 

[1903]. 
Criminal procedure in the Transvaal. [W. P. 

Cniles] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 154 [1908]. 
Cross examination of prisoners under the 

Criminal Evidence act. 106 L. T. 284 

[1899]. 
Defending a guilty client. (Louis Sondhelm] 

62 Alb. L. J. 227 [1900]. 

Defense of insanity in criminal cases a^^^ 
medical expert testimony. A judic>^ 
view. [Henderson M. Somenille] 15 
Am. Law. 309 [1907]. An expert's view. 
[Allan McLane Hamilton] 15 Am. Law. 
311 [1907]. A defense of the present 
view. [JameaW. Osborne] 15 Am. Law. 
311 [1907]. A condemnation of the 
present system. [John F. Mclntire] 15 
Am. Law. 312 [1907]. 

Defense of insanity in murder cases. De- 
matia Americana. [Goodwin Gibson] 
43 Can. L. J. 265 [1907]. 

Defense of prisoners. 63 J. P. 498 [1899]. 

— [T. R. Bridgwater] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 
302 [1899]. 

The delays in criminal procedure. C. J. St. 
John] 12 Am. Uw. 393 [1904]. 

Delay in the trial of prisoners. 64 J. P. 451 
[1900]. 

Drunkenness as a defense. [R. I. Flnnemore] 
1 Natal L. Q. 257 [1902]. 

Entrapment or decoy solicitation as a defense 
to criminal prosecution. [Glenda Burke 
Slaymaker] 58 Cent. L. J. 206 [1904]. 

Foreign divorce as a defense to bigamy. 
64 J. P. 306 [1900]. 



FonctioQ of judge and jury. [Fred. S. 
Htt&hea] 3 Ind. L. J. 270 [1899]. 

Hypnotism as a defense in a criminal action. 
[Harry Kyle] 5 Kan. Law. 19 [Feb. 1899]. 

Insanity and recent criminal pcactice. 

[J. Robertoa Chrisde) 19 Jurid. Rev. 

165(1907]. 
Insanity as a defense in homicide cases in 

New York, [^^liam Lawrence Clark] 

8 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 50 [1907]. 
Juries in criminal cases. 62 J. P. 642 [1898]. 
Law as to consent when pleaded as a defense 

to certain crimes against the person. 

[Theodore J. Grayaon] 51 Am. L. Reg. 

467 [1908]. 
McNaghten's case and beyond. [WiUiam 

E. MikeU] 50 Am. L. Reg. 264 [1902]. 
A miscarriage of justice. 50 Sol. J. 524 

[1906]. 
A modest defense of suicide. 33 Ir. L. T. 90 

[1899]. 
Newspapers and the jury — the influence of 

modem journalism on criminal trials. 

(Clarence Bishop Smith] 17 Green Bag, 

223 [1905]. 
Odd criminab before the court. 32 Ir. 

L. T. 83 [1898]. 
The plea of insanity in murder trials. 

(Thomas H. Peterson] 22 Scot. L. Rev. 

164, 198 [1906]. 
The plea of necessity. 114 L. T. 190 [1902]. 
The plea of guilty. 1 N. Ir. Jur. 196 [1901]. 
The Poor Prisoners' Defense act, 1908. 67 

J. P. 577; 68 do. 15, 26. 38, 52 [1903-4]. 

Provocation as a defense in homicide cases. 

[W. J. Tremear] 37 Can. L. J. 55 [1901]. 
Self defense. 63 J. P. 769 [1899]. 
Should all prisoners be defended? 63 J. P. 

115 [1899]. 
Some remarks upon charging a jury in a trial 

for murder. [Robert Ralston] 53 Am. 

L. Reg. 657 [1905]. 
Temporary emotional insanity as a defense 

against a charge of crime. [Linton D. 

Landnim] 56 Cent L. J. 104 [1903]. 
Verdict of "not proven" in Scotland. [A. S. 

Pringle] 4 Can. L. Rev. 248 [1905]. 
The Veronica case. 67 J. P. 267 [1903J. 
IX. Judgment, Sentence, and Final Commit- 
ment. 
Authority of the court to direct verdict. 

[Louis B. Ewhank] 49 Cent. L. J. 83 

[1899]. 



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Can cumulative sentences, or sentences to 
take effect in future, be imposed? [Wil- 
bur A. Heialey] 25 N. J. L. J. 106 [1902]. 

Can sentences be standardized? [Montague 
Crackanthorpe] 3 Bom. L. R. 39 [1901]. 

Can sentences be standardized? 3 Law Notes 
[N. Y.l 228 [1900). 

The conviction of United States Senator 
John H. Mitchell. [Wallace McCam- 
ant] 17 Green Bag, 485 [1905]. 

Conviction on tainted evidence. 50 Sol. 
J. 138 [1905]. 

The indeterminate sentence. [Charlton 
T. Lewis] 9 Yale L. J. 17 [1899]. 

The indeterminate sentence. [Warren C. 
Spalding] 11 Am. Uw. 72 [1904]. 

The inequality of sentences. [Tighe Hop- 
kins] 119 L. T. 40 [1905]. 

Is one acquitted of a crime by reason of 
insanity deprived of his liberty without 
due process of law if ordered committed 
without further proceedings? [W. F. 
Meier] 10 Uw Notes [N. Y.) 228 [1907 J. 

Jurisdiction of County Court judges to com- 
mit for non-payment of penalties. 115 

L. T. 396 [1903]. 
Light sentences and pardons. [Frederick 

Bausman] 39 Am. L. Rev. 727 [1905]. 
Mistakes in orders and convictions. 62 J. 

P. 515, 563 [1898]. 
Mitigation of penalties. [M. D. Chalmers] 

122 L. T. 246 [1907]. 
Previous convictions. [Henry H. Brown] 

15 Scot. L. Rev. 89 [1899]. 
The report of the committee of inquiry in the 

case of Mr. Beck. 68 J. P. 577. 589 [1904]. 
Sentencing a prisoner twenty-nine months 

after jury verdict. [Adolph Moses] 

25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 797 [1903]. 
Some aspects of the indeterminate sentence. 

[Charles Dudley Warner] 8 Yale L. J. 

219 [1899]. 
Studies in criminal sentencing. [E. W. 

Coghlan] 19 Law Q. Rev. 136; [C. 

Thomsen and C. Ussing] 19 do. 

154 [1903]. 
A tale from the criminal courts — Patrick 

Madan and Amos Merrit. 34 Ir. L. T. 

351 [1900]. 
Unanimity verdicts. [Frank Wells] 63 Alb. 

L. J. 369 [1901]. 
Without probable cause. 22 Scot. L. Rev. 

129 [1906]. 



X. Appeal and Error and Certiorari. 
Appeal on matters of fact in criminal cases. 

[N. W. Sibley] 32 Law Mag. and Rev. 
314 [1907]. 

Appeals to the Privy Council in criminal 
cases. 70 J. P. 97 [1906]. 

The Criminal Appeal biU. 70 J. P. 171; 

50 Sol. J. 355; 51 do. 422 [1906-7]. 
Criminal appeals at common law. [Charles 

Morse] 40 Can. L. J. 19 [1904]. 
Criminal appeal in England. [W. F. Craies] 

8 J. Comp. Leg. 93 [1907]. 
Criminal appeals [Scotland]. 21 Scot. L. 

Rev. 335 [1905]. 
Discretion of judge in reservation of points 

of law in criminal cases. 118 L. T. 41 

[1904]. 
The Home Office and criminal appeals. 30 

Law Mag. and Rev. 399 [1905]. 
Limitation of the right of appeal in criminal 

cases. [Nathan A. Smjrth] 17 Harv. 

L. Rev. 317 [1904]. 
Margin of error in criminal procedure. (W. 

M. Gloag] 11 Jurid. Rev. 87 [1899]. 
Reg, (Hegarty) v. Carton, Q. C [Ireland]. 

32 Ir. L. T. 339 [1898]. 
Right of appeal by a convicted person: its 

extent and limitation. 4 Bom. L. R. 

206 [1902]. 
A story from our criminal courts — Edward 

M*Quirk and Lawrence Balfe. 34 Ir. 

L. T. 341 [1900]. 

XI. Habitual Criminals. 

The abolition of the professional criminal. [H. 

J. B. Montgomery] 30 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 188 [1905]. 
The Borstal scheme. 117 L. T. 569 [1904]. 
An experiment at Borstal. [Tighe Hopldns] 

114L.T.38[19021. 
Indeterminate sentences for professional 

criminals. Ill L. T. 291 [1901]. 
Judicial sentences, and the habitual criminal. 

[Charles Hamilton Bromby] 14 Law 

Q. Rev. 154 [1898]. 
Professional crime. 113 L. T. 540 [1902]. 
The professional criminal. 115L.T.444[1903.] 

The rehabilitation of the criminal. [Tighe 
Hopkins] 124 L. T. 180 [1907]. 

Treatment of habitual cri<ninals. 117 L. T. 
131 [1904]. 

XII. Punishment and Prevention of Crime. 
The abolition of capital punishment. [James 

H. Vahey] 19 Green Bag, 359 [1907]. 



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The abolition of capital punishment in France. 
[Maynard Shipley] 41 Am. L. Rev. 561 
[1907). 

The abolition of capital punishment in Italy 
and San Marino. [Maynard Shipley] 
40 Am. L. Rev. 240 [1906]. 

Abolition of capital punishment in Switz- 
erland. [Maynard Shipley] 39 Am. L. 
Rev. 734 [1905]. 

Brutality of capitial punishment. [Gustav 
Boehm] 16 Med. Leg. Jour. 63 [1898]. 

Capital punishment. 2 Natal L. Q. 210 
[1903]. 

Capiul punishment. [F. S. Key Smith] 
59 Alb. L. J. 232, 240, 256, 286, 303 

[1899]. 

Capital punishment and crime. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 216 [1899]. 

Character of defense in relation to punish- 
ment on summary conviction. 66 J. P. 
466 [1902]. 

The coefficients of impunity. [Gino C. 
Speranza] 48 Am. L. Rtg, 647 [1900]. 

The commissioners and the ''cat." [Tighe 
Hopkins] 116 L. T. 158 [1903]. 

Corporal punishment. 62 J. P. 226 [1898]. 

— [W. D. Morrison] 25 Law Mag. and Rev. 
261 [1900]. 

Corporal punishment and crime. [W. H. S. 
MondL] 17 Med. Leg. J. 267 [1899]. 

Corporal punishments for crime. [Simeon £• 

Baldwin] 17 Med. Leg. J. 61; [Clark 

Bell] 17 Med. Leg. J. 74 [1899); [Lucius 

H. Perkins] 9 Am. Uw. 274 [1901]. 
Crime and punishment from the comparative 

point of view. [Montague Crack- 

anthorpe] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 17 [1901]. 
Crime and the punishment of criminab. 

[Theodore Roosevelt] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 

199 [1906]. 
Crimes and punishments. 28 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 410 [1903]. 
Criminal acts of corporations and their 

punishment. [Cicero J. Lindley] 7 

Am. Uw. 564 [1899]. 
Cruel and unusual modes of punishment. 

[R. L. McWilliams] 11 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 169 [1907]. 
Daily penalties. 63 J. P. 546 [1899]. 
The death penalty. 123 L. T. 91 [1907]. 
Death penalty in the olden times. [Flor- 

ance Spooner] 1 1 Green Bag, 15 [1899]. 



The death penalty — reasons for its abolition. 
[William E. RoM] 11 Va. L. Reg. 625 
[1905]. 

A descent into the maelstrom. [Tighe 
Hopkins] 118 L. T. 479 [1905]. 

Disobedence to orders of magistrates. 66 
J. P. 578 [1902]. 

Executions and executioners. [John De 
Mor^n] 12 Green Bag, 125 [1900]. 

A felon's paradise: Botony Bay in the thir- 
ties. iTighe Hopkins] 115 L. T. 348, 
409, 425 [1903]. 

Found drunk on licensed premises. 65 J. P. 
609 [1901]. 

The futility of flogging. [Tighe Hopkins] 
112 L. T. 568 [1902J. 

Gallantries of prison. [Tighe Hopkins] 

114 L. T. 177 [1902]. 
Hard labor for non-payment of penalty. 

62 J. P. 561 [18«8]. 
The highest penalty of the law. [Tighe 

Hopkins] 122 L. T. 388 [1907]. 
Imprisonment for non-payment of penalty 

and costs. 65 J. P. 627 [1901]. 
The imprisonment of criminal corporations. 

[Donald R. Richberg] 19 Green Bag, 

156 [1907]. 
Imprisonment of workmen for breach of 

contract. [Fran. A Umpherston] 14 

Jurid. Rev. 68 [1902]. 
Improved reformatories for young criminals. 

Ill L. T. 474 [1901]. 
In the death chair at Sing Sing. [Tighe 

Hopkins] 117 L. T. 342 [1904]. 
Jocular and infantous punishments. [Legal. 

antiquites.] [Wyatt Paine] 114 L. T. 

479 [1903]. 
Justice and mercy. [J. A. Saldanaha] 9 

Bom. L. Rep. 105 [1907]. 
The lash for sexual offences. 62 J. P. 83, 105 

[1898]. 
Nature of "incommunication " in Spanish- 

Cuban law. [Lucius Q. C. Lamar] 

65 Alb. L. J. 187 [1903]. 
Next step in the evolution of punishments. 

[Whitehead Kluttz] 27 N. J. L. J. 70 

[1904]; 1 N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 56 [1904]. 

The objects of criminal punishment. [A. 
Fhidhiy] 2 Natal L. Q. 269 [1903]. 

Obsolete capital punishments. [Legal an- 
tiquities.] [Wyatt Pahie] 115 L. T. 127 
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The origin of punishment. [G. D. Valentine] 
19 Jurid. Rev. 152 [1907]. 

Ought capital punishment to be retained or 
abolished? [Lord Collins] 124 L. T. 157 
[1907J. 

Ought punishment for crime to be abolished? 
[W. S. McCain] 1 So. L. Rev. 637 [1902]. 

Our punishment of crime — an admitted fail- 
ure. [Cliarles J. Guthrie] 13 Jurid. 

Rev. 133 [1901]. 
Penal servitude: its past and future. [H. B< 

Simpson] 15 Law Q. Rev. 33 [1899]. 
Prerogative of mercy in Scotland. [G. L. 

Crole] 18 Jurid. Rev. 196 [1906]. 
The Prevention of Corruption act, 1906. 

[A. J. Loutit Laing] 14 Scot. L. T. 130 

[1906]. 
The Prevention of Corruption act. 1906. 

[G. W. WUton] 18 Jurid. Rev. 370 

[1906]. 
Prevention of corruption bill and insurance 

through solicitors. [P. Morison] 12 

Jurid. Rev. 252 [1900]. 
Prisons in England and America: a contrast. 

[E. H. FidLers^] 24 Uw Mag. and 

Rev. 408 [1899]. 
The ""probation system" in the United 

States. 114 L. T. 407 [1903]. 
Probationary guardianship of offenders. [A. 

M.HamUton] 18 Jurid. Rev. 221[1906]. 

Professional crime and its cure. [Sir Robert 
Anderson] 6 Law Notes [N. Y.] 41 
[1902]. 

Promise of immunity by prosecuting attor- 
ney. 11 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 127 [1907]. 

The punishment of common law mis- 
demeanors. 66 J. P. 177 [1902]. 

The punishment of crime. 65 J. P. 291 [1901]. 

The restoration of whipping as a punishment 
for crime. [Simeon E. Baldwin] 13 
Green Bag, 65 [1901]. 

Should female murderers be hanged? [May- 
nard Shipley] 19 Green Bag, 234 [1907]. 

Singular punishments. 15 Green Bag, 545 
[1903]. 

The state punishment of crime. [Sir William 
Rann Kennedy] 25 Law Mag. and Rev. 
1; 33 Am. L. Rev. 731; 2 Brief, 14 
[1899]. 

A study of capital punishment. [Joseph 
M. SulUvan] 3 Can. L. Rev. 515 [1904]. 

The suppression of anarchy. [James M. 
Beck] 36 Am. L. Rev. 190 [1902].* 



Theories of punishment. [V. O. Johnston] 
4 West. Res. L. J. 33 [1898]. 

Treatment of criminals. [Charles J. 

Guthrie] 19 Jurid. Rev. 333 [1907]. 
The ubiquitous tramp. Is prison better than 

the workhouse? 116 L. T. 112 [1903]. 

Visitors for convicts. [Tighe Hopkins] 115 

L. T. 171 [1903]. 
What constitutes "imprisonment." 66 J. P. 

388 [1902]. 
Whipping and castration as punishments 

for crime. 8 Yale L. J. 371 [1899]. 
Whipping as a pu nishment for crime. [Duane 

Mowry].13 Green Bag, 553 [1901]; 1 

Can. L. Rev. 192 [1902). 
[Whipping-post] "The Widow Robinson." 

[James H. Matheny] 31 Chic. Leg. N. 

190 [1899]. 
Whom ought we to punish ? [Tighe Hopkins] 

120 L. T. 108. 154 [1905]. 
Why capital punishment should be abolished. 
. [E. M. John] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 160 [1907]. 
XIII. SiatisHcs, 

Crime in 1900. 66 J. P. 561 [1902). 
Crime in 1904. 70 J. P. 169 [1906]. 
Criminal law in 1800 and in 1900. 44 Sol. J. 

130 [1899]. 
Criminal returns. 1905. 122 L. T. 381 [1907]. 
Criminal statistics. 1897. 24 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 305 [1899]; 34 L. J. 71 [1899]. 

— 1898. 25 Uw Mag. and Rev. 452 [1900]. 

— 1899. 27 Uw Mag. and Rev. 292 [1902]. 

— 1900. 27 Uw Mag. and Rev. 411 [1902]. 

— 1901. 28 Uw Mag. and Rev. 311 [1903]. 
~ 1902. 29 Uw Mag. and Rev. 435 [1904]. 

— 1903. 30 Uw Mag. and Rev. 302 [1905]; 

40 L. J. 8 [1905]. 

— 1904. 31 Uw Mag. and Rev. 411 [1906]. 

— 1905. 32 Uw Mag. and Rev. 298; 42 L. 

J. 11;122L.T. 392 [1907]. 
Decrease in criminal proceedings. 62 J. P. 

241 [1898]. 
Irish criminal statistics for 1906. 123 L. T. 

425 [1907]. 
Proceedings before justices. 62 J. P. 385 [1898]. 

A year's crime in Scotland. 15 Scot. L. 

Rev. 65 [1899]; 16 do. 73 [1900]; 17 do. 

11 [1901]; 18 do. 74 [1902]; 20 do. 56 

[1904); 22 do. 160 [1906]. 
Cronin, John L. [1875-19—.] Biographical 

sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 72 [1899]. 
Cross-examination. 71 J. P. 385. 397. 

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CYPRUS 



CroM-^uunination, Putting in one's own 
case on. [John H. Wigmore] 14 Yale 
L. J. 26 [1904]. 

— When to keep silent on. [Richard Harris] 

2 Can. L. Rev. 235 [1903]. 

Crown, The, as representing the state. 

[P. Cobbett] 1 Com. L. Rev. 23, 145 

[1903-4]. 
CROWN LANDS. 
Attacking a crown grant. 26 Can. L. T. 675 

[1906]. 
Intruders on crown lands. [George S. 

Holmested] 22 Can. L. T. 403 [1902]. 

Crown practice, A relic of mediaeval. 

[Frank Amoldi] 1 Can. L. Rev. 480 

[1902]. 
Crowner's quest law. 10 Law Notes [N. 

Y.J 48 [1906]. 
Cruelty to animals. [J. H. Long] 6 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 139 [1902]. 

— to wild animals in captivity. 64 J. P. 

627 [1900]. 
Crump, Frederic Octavius, Q. C. [1841- 

1900.] Obituary. 108 L. T. 577 [1900]; 

35 Am. L. Rev. 95 [1901]. 
CUBA. 
Cuban mining law. [Lucius Q. C. Lamar] 

66 Alb. L. J. 367 [1904]. 
Development and present status of the law 

in Cuba. [Lucius Q. C. Lamar] 63 

Alb. L. J. 349 [1901]. 
Joint resolutions of congress respecting 

relations between the United States and 

Cuba. [Carman F. Randolph] 1 

Colum. L. Rev. 352 [1901]. 
Legal aspects of our intervention in Cuba. 

[Edwin Mazey] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 110 

[1906]. 
Penal code of Cuba and Porto Rico. [Lloyd 

McKim Garrison] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 

124 [1899]. 
Some observations on the status of Cuba. 

[Carman F. Randolph] 9 Yale L. J. 

353 [1900]. 
Cudaliy abduction. [James M. Kerr] 63 

Alb. L. J. 216 [1901]. 
Cujus est solum ejus est esque ad caelum, 

[S. Varadachari] 17 Mad. L. J. 1 [1907]. 
CuUen, Robert. [-1810.] Lawyer and 

mimic. 117 L. T. 478 [1904]. 
Curfew ordinances and constitutional law. 

[Arthur F. Anundsen] 4 Law Notes 

(N. Y.) 107 [1900]. 



Curran,JohnPhUpot. [1750-1817.] Sketch, 
with portrait. [Claude G. Bowers] 12 
Green Bag, 57 [1900]. 

— Curran and 1798. [N. W. Sibley] 105 

L. T. 155 [1898]. 

— Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 470 [1904]. 

Cushing, William. [1732-1810.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Fran- 
cis R. Jones] 13 Green Bag, 415 [1901]. 

CUSTOMARY LAW. 

Customary and other law in the East Africa 

protectorate. [Sir Lewis Tupper] 8 

J. Comp. Leg. 172 [1907]. 
Customary law in modem England. [W. 

Jethro Brown] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 561 

[1905]. 
Legal gleanings from Africa. [George H. 

Westley] 12 Green Bag, 10 [1900]. 
CUSTOMS AND USAGES. 
The bearing of custom upon the question 

of what is mistake of law and what is 

mistake of fact. [Herbert J. Adams] 

62 Cent. L. J. 360 [1906]. 
Customs and customary law. [Ashutosh 

Mukerjee] 9 Bom. L. Rep. 225, 241 

[1907]. 
Quaint old customs which will not die. [John 

DeMorgan] 11 Green Bag, 53 [1899]. 

Customs duties. The hall-marking of 

foreign watches. 69 J. P. 409 [1905]. 
Cutting, Charles S., Judge [1854-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 39 Chic, Leg. 

N. 99 [19061. 
Cy Pres doctrine, with reference to the rule 

against perpetuities. [James Quarles] 

38 Am. L. Rev. 683 [1904]. 
CYPRUS. 
Modes of legislation in the British colonies: 

Cyprus. [A. G. Lascelles] 2 J. Comp. 

Leg. 86 [1900]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [H. L. Ormsby] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 14 [1896]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 148 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 178 [1899]. 

— 1898. [E. Manson] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 580 

[1899]. 

— 1899. [Albert Gray] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 646 

[1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 432 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 358 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 456 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 473 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 236 [1906]. 



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121 



DAMAGES 



Review of legislation, 1905. (Stanky Ftoher] 
7 J. Comp. Leg. 546 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 428 [1907]. 
Sketch of the Ottoman land code for Cyprus. 

[Mr. Justice Middleton] 2 J. Comp. 

Leg. 141 [1900]. 

Daly, Charles P. [1816-1899.] Chief Jus- 
tice of the Court of Common Pleas of 
New York City. 33 Am. L. Rev. 907 
[1899]. 

DAMAGES. 

Accident insurance as effecting the measure 
of damages. [J. Campbell Lorimer] 
19 Jurid. Rev. 58 [1907]. 

An action for mental suffering alone, un- 
accompanied by physical injury, will lie 
against a telegraph company when the 
mental suffering is madie the foundation 
of the action, and the damages treated as 
actual or compensatory. [W. H. Clifton] 
67 Cent. L. J. 44 [1903]. 

Actions for injuries from fright. 13 Case 
and Com. 31 [1906]. 

Are bodily injuries resulting from nervous 
shoclu actionable? [Paul Moses] 20 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 81. 117 [1900]. 

Buyers* remedies — rejection and damages. 
[Richard Brown] 14 Scot. L. Rev. 95 
[1898]. 

The civil damage liquor laws [N. C.]. [Moses 
N. AnUs] 1 N. C. L. J. 425 [1901]. 

Compensation for damage by gas undertaking 
of local authority. 64 J. P. 291 [1900]. 

Compensation for injurious affection after 

notice to treat. 65 J. P. 817 [1901]. 
Compensation or damages after completion. 

[W. Arnold JoUy] 28 Uw Mag. and 

Rev. 142 [1903]. 
Compensation damages for mental suffering. 

[G. C. Hamilton] 52 Cent. L. J. 126 

[1901]. 
Compulsory exhibition by plaintiff in personal 

injury suits. [Thomas Hall Shastid] 

23 Med. Leg. J. 629 [1906]. 
Consequential damages in cases of breach 

of warranty. 118 L. T. 359 [1905]. 
Damage by sewer pollution. 69 J. P. 61 

[1905]. 
Damage done by rioters. 65 J. P. 625 [1901]. 
Damage from escape of water. 42 Sol. J. 

[1898). 
Damage to the surface by the working of 

mines. 44 Sol. J. 640 [1900]. 



Damages arising out of collision between ships. 
Ill L. T. 103 [1901]. 

Damages by flood. [Francis A. Leach] 57 
Cent. L. J. 264 [1903]. 

Damages for mental and nervous shock. [T. 
J. Strangman] 36 Am.. L. Rev. 599 
[1902]; 3 Bom. L. R. 1 [1901]. 

Damages for mental injuries. 6 Bench and 
Bar, N. Y., 92 [1906]. 

Damages for nervous shock. 20 L. Notes. 
[Gib.] 215 [1901]. 

Damages for physical injuries from fright or 
nervous shock, without impact. [George 
AinsUe] 8 Va. L. Reg. 235, 311 [1902]. 

Damages given in equity in lieu of a specific 
performance. [William Draper Lewis] 
50 Am. L. Reg. 394 [1902]. 

Damagesinactionsof defamation. 114 L. T. 
52 [1902]. 

Damages in lieu of injunction. 47 Sol. J. 776 
[1903]. 

Damages recoverable for inducing employees 
to strike. [From N. Y. Law Jnl.] 15 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 400 [1897]. 

Damages under the Employers and Workmen 
act, 1875. 67 J. P. 494 [1903]. 

Exemplary damages in actions against cor- 
porations. [Needham C. Collier] 55 
Cent. L. J. 105 [1902]. 

The fat man on the street-car platform. 10 
Uw Notes [N. Y.] 31 [1906]. 

Fright and its consequences. 35 Ir. L. T. 
495 [1901]. 

Gas undertakings injuring neighboring prop- 
erty. 62 J. P. 801 [1898]. 

Hard cases make harder law. [J. J. Cran- 
dall] 28 N. J. L. J. 71 [1905]. 

Injury by vibration. 45 Sol. J. 201 [1901J. 

Interest as damages. [Sydney B. Woods] 
21 Can. L. T. 273 [1901]. 

Legal theory of responsibility for the acts of 
others. 62 J. P. 835 [1898]. 

The liability of companies and individuals for 
wrongful arrest by their servants. 104 
L. T. 525 [1898]. 

The liability of contractors. 67J. P. 409 [1903J. 

Liability of existing government for loss and 
damage suffered at. the hands of unsuc- 
cessful revolutionists. [Jackson H. 
Ralston] 31 Wash. L. R. 569, 583 [1903]. 

The liability of landlords to strangers for 
injuries arising from want of repair. 119 
L. T. 308 [1905]. 



DAMAGES 



122 



DAVIS 



Liability of public corporations. [J. 
ton Canon] 5 Va. L. Reg. 661 [1900]. 

Liquidated damages. 23 S. A. L. J. 145 [1906], 
Liquidated damages and penalty. [R. Scott 
Brown] 10 Jurid. Rev. 78 [1898]. 

Malicious injuries by trade-unionists and 
others. 104 L. T. 217 [1898]. 

Maritime lien for damages. [T. G. Canrer] 
3 Colum. L. Rev. 369 [1903]. 

May damages be recovered for physical in- 
juries resulting from fright caused by 
defendant's wrongful acts? [J. F. D. 
Meighen] 52 Cent. L. J. 339 [1901]. 

Measure of damages for wrongful refusal to 
pay a bank check. 19 Bank.L. J.753[1902]. 

Measure of damages in an action by a deposi- 
tor against a bank for the wrongful dis- 
honor of his check. [Glenda Burke 
Slaymaker] 60 Cent. L. J. 123 [1905]. 

Measure of damages upon the sale of damaged 
goods. 39 Ir. L. T. 171, 176 [1905]. 

Mental anguish as an element of damage. 
[George Lawyer] 61 Cent. L. J. 146 
[1905]. 

Mental-anguish doctrine in telegraph cases. 
[Francis Raymond Stark] 7 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 169 [1903]. 

Mental disturbances and the consequences 
thereof as elements of damages. [Sum- 
ner Kenner] 60 Cent. L. J. 205 [1905]. 

The merger of trespass in felony. 104 L. T. 
498 [1898]. 

The negligent exercise of statutory powers. 
64 J. P. 131 [1900]. 

Neurasthenia, the result of nervous shock, 
as a ground for damages. [Flora V. 
Woodward Tibbits] 59 Cent. L. J. 83 
[1904]. 

Noteworthy cases of personal injury. 104 
L. T. 55. 102 [1897]. 

Penalty or liquidated damages. 104 L. T. 
169 [1897]. 

Precedent and principle. Damages for caus- 
ing death. [Cliarles H. Hartshome] 
22 N. J. L. J. 8 [1899]. 

Railway insurance as a defense to damage 
actions. [John G. Farmer] 41 Can. 
L. J. 465 [1905]. 

Rempte cause. 32 Ir. L. T. 59 [1898]. 

Right of court to interfere with the deter- 
mination of the amount of damages 
fixed by a jury. [Frederick A. Teall] 
61 Cent. L. J. 286 [1905]. 



The Roman law relating to damages done by 
animals. 22 S. A. L. J. 290 [1905]. 

Secret societies and the law. [John E. Brody] 
11 Law Notes [N. Y.] 25 [1907]. 

Some phases of the rule awarding damages 
in actions causing death by negligence. 
[Alexander Hirchberg] 61 Alb. L. J. 
355 [1900]. 

Some recent developments of the doctrine 
of CoUen v. Wright. [Francis R. Y. 
Raddiffe] 18 Uw Q. Rev. 364 [1902]. 

To what extent and in what case may dam- 
ages for mental suffering be recovered? 
[Walter J. Lotz] 55 Cent. L. J. 202 ' 
[1902]. 

Tort liability for nervous shock. [Francis 
M. Burdick] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 179 
[1905]. 

Water pipes and electricity. 65 J. P. 419 [1901]. 

Where personal injury litigation will end. 
[Seward S. Shirer] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
945 [1900]. 

Danforth, EUiott. Obituary. 68 Alb. L. 
J. 24 [1906]. 

Danforth, George F. [1819-1899.] Obit- 
uary. 60 Alb. L. J. 216 [1899]; 34 Am. 
L. Rev. 75 [1900]. 

Dangerous structures. 68 J. P. 267. [1904]. 

Daniel, William, Jr. [1806-1873.] Judge. 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. [Don 
P. Halsey, Jr.] 7 Va. L. Reg. 1 [1901]. 

Daniels, Charles. [-1897.] In memoriam. 
Portrait. [Charles P. Norton] 58 Alb. 
L. J. 330 [1898]. 

— Portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 39 [1899]. 
Darling, Charles J., Judge. [W. N. Pon- 
ton] 23 Can. L. T. 299 [1908]. 

Dartmoor. [Tighe Hopkins] 124 L. T. 

199 [1907]. 
Dartmouth College case and the Supreme 

Court of Illinois. 27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 

472, 496 [1903]. 

— paralogism. [William Trickett] 40 Am. 

L. Rev. 175 [1906]. 
Dass, Babu Sreenath. [1829-1907.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 3 Cal. L. J. 19 [1906]. 

— Obituary. 6 Cal. L. J. 35 [1907]. 
Davey, Horace, Lord. [1833-1907.] Obit- 
uary. 51 Sol. J. 287 [1907]. 

Davis, George A. Biographical sketch, with 
portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 73 [1899]. 

Davis, Jeff, The trial of. [Charles M. 
Blackford] 7 Bar, 239 [1900]. 



DAVIS 



123 



DEBTOR AND CREDITOR 



Davis, Noah, Jr. [181^.] Biographical 
sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 343 [1904]. 

Day, William R. [1849-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 1 [1899]. 

Dajfs of grace as capital in trade. 33 Am. 

L. Rev. 442 [1899]. 
Dayton, William L. [1807-1864.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. [Jacob Weart] 23 

N. J. L. J. 364; 24 do. 389, 422, 453 

[1900-1901]. 
De Martens, P. [1843-19—.] Sketch, with 

portrait. [Thomas Barday] 4 J. Comp. 

Leg. 109 [1902]. 
De Moleyns, Thomas, Q. C. [1807-1900.] 

Obituary. 34 Jr. L. T. 116 [1900]. 
De Nicols v. Curlier and the new German 

Law. [JuUus Hirschfdd] 16 Uw Q. 

Rev. 228 [1900]. 
de Villiers, Jacob. Sketch, with portrait. 

24 S. A. L. J. 237 [1907]. 
de ViUiers, Sir J. H. [1842-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. [Frederic Mackamess] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. 342 [1899]; 18 S. A. L. 

J. 1 [1901]. 
De Wolf, Cahrin. [1816-1899.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 126 

[1899]. 
DEAD BODIES. 
Legal rights in the remains of the dead. 

[Frank W. Grinnell] 17 Green Bag, 

346 [1905]. 
Trials of the dead. [R. Vashon Rogers] 

16 Green Bag, 239 [1903]. 
DEATH. 
Action for death by wrongful act at common 

law and under the New York statute. 

[Charles G. Signor] 67 Alb. L. J. 133 

[1906]. 
Apportionment of dividends on death. 113 

L. T. 237 [1902]. 
Death of a candidate at a county or town 

council election. 62 J. P. 210 [1898]. 
Death of the drawer of a check. [John 

Maxcy Zane] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 104 

[1903]. 
Death of a party pending a curia advisari 

vtdt; entering judgment nunc pro tunc, 

[Sarat Chandra Banerjee] 6 Cal. L. 

J. 6 [1907]. 
Death of tenant-in-tail before protector's 

consent given. 41 Ir. L. T. 276 [1907]. 

Death penalty in the olden times. [Florance 
Spooner] 11 Green Bag, 16 [1899]. 



Legislation regarding death and burial 
needed. [Henry J. Garrigues] 16 
Med. Leg. J. 21 [1898]. 

Presumption of death under the German 
Code. [James S. Henderson] 4 J. 
Comp. Leg. 77 [1902]. 

Presumption of life, death, and survivorship. 

40 Ir. L. T. 41, 47, 63, 69 [1906]. 
DEATH DUTIES. 

Apportionment of death duties. [L. Brant- 
ley] 112 L. T. 447, 471 [1902]. 
The collection of death duties. Suggestions 

for reforms in the present practice. 

[W. J. Humfrys] 41 L.J. 662 [1906]. 
Death duties considered in conjunction with 

domicil and situation of property. 

[Lot Brantley] 117 L. T. 483 [1904]. 
Policies of assurance and estate duty. 117 

L. T. 403 [1904]. 
Purchasersanddeath duties. 110L.T.81[1900]. 
Debentures, Effectual issue of. 46 Sol. J. 

649 [1901]. 

— Evolution of the. [Geo. A. Macdonald] 

23 Uw Q. Rev. 196 [1907]. 

— Extending time of r^stering. 60 Sol. J. 

667 [1906]. 

— holders and compulsory winding-up orders. 

60 Sol. J. 771 [1906]. 

— holders. Judgment creditors and. 49 Sol. 

J. 466 [1906]. 

— holders. Priorities of, and execution credi- 

tors. 48 Sol. J. 800 [1904]. 

— holders. Priority of. 42 Sol. J. 304 [1898]. 

— Law merchant and transferable. [F. A. 

Bosanquet] 16 Law Q. Rev. 130 [1899]. 

— Negotiability of, to bearer and the growth 

of the law merchant. [Francis Beau- 
fort Painter] 16 Law Q. Rev. 246 [1899]. 

— of trading companies. [Felix Cassel] 122 

L. T. 327 [1907]. 

— Position of transferees of. 48 Sol. J. 667 

[1904]. 

— Priorities of, and garnished debts. 61 

Sol. J. 110 [1906]. 

— Re-issue of. 49 Sol. J. 698 [1906]. 

— To bearer. 43 Sol. J. 436 [1899]. 
DEBTOR AND CREDITOR. 
Acknowledgments of simple contract debts. 

46 Sol. J. 443 [1901]. 
Arrest of absconding debtors. [F. P. Betts] 

18 Can. L. T. 241 [1898]. 
Collection of debts in England. 69 Alb. L. 

J. 612 [1899]. 



DEBTOR AND CREDITOR 



124 



DEEDS 



Contempt of court by debtors. [W. E. 
Trueman] 27 Can. L. T. 1 [1907]. 

Conveyances in fraud of creditors. (James 
McCabe] 63 Alb. L. J. 136, 302 [1901]. 

Creditor's search for the law. [James Mc- 

Cabe] 8 Am. Uw. 460 [1900]. 
Debtor's interference in the election of a 

trustee in bankruptcy. [Lee M. Fried- 
man] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 106 [19a5]. 
Debts and legacies. [Will C. Smith] 16 

Jurid. Rev. 235 [1904]. 
Discharge of debts. [T. Cyprian Williams] 

44 Sol. J. 465, 481 [1900]. 
Effect of foreign chattel mortgages upon the 

rights of subsequent purchasers and 

creditors. [Marion Griffin] 4 Mich. 

L. Rev. 358 [1906]. 
Election between debtors. 104 L. T. 404 [1898]. 
The fate of Lawrence v. Fox in New York. 

[Wm. M. Wherry, Jr.] 61 Alb. L. J. 

228 [1900]. 
Fraudulent conveyances to creditors. 105 

L. T. 266 [1898]. 
Giving time to principal debtors. [Walter 

Hussey Griffith] 14 Law Q. Rev. 379 

[1898]. 
Hindu law translated: on payment of debts. 

[S. Sitarama Sastri] 8 Mad. L. J. 277 

[1898]. 
Imprisonment for debt. [Charles M. At- 
kinson] 31 Law Mag. and Rev. 129 

[1906]. 
— 122 L. T. 500; 123 do. 372 [1907]. 
Judgment creditors and debenture holders. 

49 Sol. J. 456 [1905]. 
Malicious arrest in actions of debt. [Walter 

H. Trueman] 21 Can. L. T. 89 [1901]. 
Old laws concerning debt. [George H. 

Westley] 11 Green Bag, 445 [1899]. 
Priorities among creditors. [W. B. Petti t] 

5 Va. L. Reg. 805 [1900J. 
The priorities of debenture-holders and 

execution creditors. 48 Sol. J . 800 [1904]. 

Proceedings against absconding judgment 

debtor. [John P. Leary] 7 Va. L. Reg. 

529 [1901]. 
Releases and withdrawals as part of a scheme 

of arrangement with creditors. 46 Sol. 

J. 546, 565 [1902]. 
The rights of a mesne attaching creditor in 

probate proceedings in Massachusetts. 

[Joseph M. SuUivan] 67 Alb. L. J. 

10 [1905]. 



Rights of creditors of a corporation disposing 
of its whole property to another cor- 
poration. [Glenda Burice Slajmuiker] 
64 Alb. L. J. 355 [1902]. 

Securities postponed to absolute conveyances. 
[W- P, M, Black] 10 Jurid. Rev. 450 
[1898]. 

Should imprisonment for debt be abolished? 
113 L. T. 319 [1902]; 120 do. Ill [1905]. 

Debts of honor. [Wm. Arch. McClean] 12 

Green Bag, 570 [1900]. 

DECEIT. 

See Fraud. 
Declaration of Independence. [William 
F. Dana] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 319 [1900]. 

— Some phases of the. [John L. WelMter] 

10 Am. Uw. 154 [1902]. 

Dedication in its relation to trust legislation. 
[H. W. ChapUn] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 329 
[1903]. 

— Of land to public use by lessees for years. 

51 Sol. J. 509 [1907]. 

DEEDS. 
See also Land Transfers; Records. 

Assent or conveyance by legal personal repre - 
sentative to heir or devisee of real estate. 
50 Sol. J. 266 [1906]. 

Assurances of registered land. I. Division 
into classes. Assurances of the first 
class. 43 Sol. J. 750. II. Assurances 
of the second class. 43 Sol. J. 759. 
III. Assurances of the third class. 43 
Sol. J. 767. IV. Mortgages of registered 
land. 43 Sol. J. 776. V. Unregistered 
mortgages — mortgages by deposit of 
land certificate. 43 Sol. J. 789 [1899]. 

Cancellation without the option of recti- 
fication. 35 Ir. L. T. 289 [1901]. 

A curious old deed. [Thonuis W. Lloyd] 
15 Green Bag, 446 [1903]. 

Description of parcels by plan. 41 Ir. L. T. 
263 [1907]. 

Deeds for maintenance and support. [Robert 
C. Jackson] 7 Va. L. Reg. 601 [1902]. 

The effect of fraud upon the validity of a 
deed. 44 Sol. J. 526 [1900]. 

Erasures in deeds. 108 L. T. 215 [1900]. 

The execution of deeds. 105 L. T. 267 [1898]. 

The execution of deeds and wills. 105 L. 
T. 452 [1898]. 

Execution of English deeds by persons resi- 
dent abroad. 44 Sol. J. 309 [1900]. 



DEEDS 



125 DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION 



Inconsistencies in deeds. 106 L. T. 239 
[1899]. 

Instruments exercbing powers as roots of 
title. 48 Sol. J. 140 (1904]. 

The name and arms clause. 44 Sol. J. 6 

(1899]. 
The origin of the system of recording deeds 

in America. [Joseph H. Beale, Jr.] 

19 Green Bag, 335 [1907]. 
Powers of revocation in deeds. [Chas. L. 

Bartlett] 63 Cent. L. J. 222 [1906]. 
Proper description of land in deeds and docu- 
ments. [Albert H. Krugmeier] 35 

Cent. L. J. 303 [1902]. 
A question of assurances under the Land 

Transfer acts, 1875 and 1897. 50 Sol. 

J. 91 [1905]. 
Registry of deeds as affected by bankruptcy. 

42 Sol. J. 771 [1898]. 
Slips and blanks in deeds. Ill L. T. 2 [1901]. 
Statute of uses and the modem deed. [John 

R. Rood] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 109 [1905]. 
Title deeds as security. 50 Sol. J. 706 [1906]. 
Title deeds lost or destroyed. 116 L. T. 236 

[1904]. 
Violation of restrictions in deeds. [Ljme S. 

Metcalfe, Jr.] 50 Cent. L. J. 384 [1900]. 

When may parol evidence be admitted to 
show the real consideration of a war- 
ranty deed? [Walter J. Lotz] 59 Cent. 
L. J. 423 [1904]. 

Whether a grant by deed of a fishing or hunt- 
ing right b limited to the conditions at 
the date of the deed, or is to be con- 
strued as to improvements affecting the 
granted right. [Aleiander H. Robhlns] 
62 Cent. L. J. 238 [1906]. 

Degenerates, The. [Tighe Hopkins] 122 
L. T. 485 [1907]. 

— The problem of the. [Tighe Hopkins] 

116L.T. 448(1904]. 
Degeneration and anarchism. [Arthur 

MacDonald] 69 Alb. L. J. 314 [1907]. 
Delay as defense to specific performance. 

[Sarat Chandra Chandhri] 4 Alia. L. 

J. 55 [1907]. 

— in civil procedure in Chicago. [James 

M. Gwin] 17 Green Bag, 265 [1905]. 

— in criminal procedure. [C. J. St. John] 

12Am. Uw. 393(1904]. 

— in the administration of justice, Sugges- 

tions to remedy. [John J. Preedman] 
65 Alb. L. J. 40 [1903]. 



Demurrer and proceedings in lieu thereof. 
40 Ir. L. T. 199 [1906J. 

— searches the record — the rule that. 

[Robert J. Brennen] 62 Alb. L. J. 121 
[1900]. 

Deneen, Charles S., Governor. [1863-.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. [Ed- 
win Burritt Smith] 17 Green Bag, 129, 
[1905]. 

DENMARK. 

Review of legislation, 1901. [George Broch- 
ner] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 182 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 298 [1904]. 

Denyssen, Petrus J. [1811-1883.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 20 S. A. L. J. 221 [1903]. 

Deodands. Legal antiquities. (Wsratt 
Paine] 114 L.T. 84 [1902]. 

DEPOSIT COMPANIES. 

See Banks and Banking. 
DEPOSITIONS. 

Depositions. 120 L. T. 355 [1906]. 
The taking of depositions. 65 J. P. 147 
[1901]. 

DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION. 

Advances under the Statute of Distributions 
with reference to estates pur autre vie, 
37 Ir. L. T. 177 [1903]. 

Bargains with heirs and expectants. [F. P. 
Betts] 41 Can. L. J. 769 [1905]. 

Brunswick succession. (Gordon E. Sher- 
man] 16 Yale L. J. 176 [1907]. 

Charging the distributive share of an in- 
testate's grandchildren with a debt owing 
to the intestate by their parent who dies 
in the life- time of the intestate. [Henry 
M. Dowling] 59 Cent. L. J. 305 [1904]. 

Chattels real and intestacy. Statutes of 
Limitation. 37 Ir. L. T. 276 [1903]. 

A coming cause c^I^bre. [John DeMorgan] 
11 Green Bag, 255 [1899]. 

The completion of trustees' or factors' titles 
in heritage. 17 Scot. L. Rev. 235 [1901]. 

The dead hand. (J. M. Leiy] 30 Law Mag. 
and Rev. 292; 31 do. 24 [1905]. 

Definite and indefinite failure of issue. 
[George H. Yeaman] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 
175 [1906]. 

Devolution of Estates Act. (F. P. Betts] 
20 Can. L. T. 215 [1900]. 

Distribution of personal estates of married 
women dying intestate. [Emilie M. 
BuUowa] 66 Alb. L. J. 11 [1904]. 



DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION 126 



DESIGNS 



"Dying without issue" in Virginia. [Ralei^ 
C. Minor] 4 Va. L. R^. 804 [1899]. 

— A reply. [C. A. Grayes] 5 Va. L. R^. 

67 [1899]. 

Equitable doctrine of marshalling the assets 
of a decedent's estate for the payment 
of debts. [C. B. Gamett] 10 Va. L. 
R^. 175 [1904]. 

Exclusion of apparent heirs in Scottish peer- 
ages. [A. Francis Steuart] 16 Jurid. 
Rev. 297 [1904]. 

Executory interests. [Charies A. Grayes] 
4 Va. L. Reg. 633 [1899]. 

A few facts on survivorship. [Michael S. 
Loeb] 59 Alb. L. J. 260 [1899]. 

Gavel kind. [Aeneas J. G. Mackay] 10 
Jurid. Rev. 272 [1898]. 

Gift to unborn persons. 15 Mad. L. J. 1 
[1905]. 

Gift to "wife and children.*' [Jolin S. Bar- 
bour] 5 Va. L. Reg. 427 [1899]. 

The Hindu Gains of Learning bill. 10 Mad. 
L. J. 1 [1900]. 

Hindu law — illegitimate son's share. 13 
Mad. L. J. 67 [1903]. 

Hindu law -succession under the Metaks- 
hara to woman's property inherited from 
a female. [M. K. Vaidsranatha Iyer] 
8 Mad. L. J. 198 [1898]. 

Hindu law translated: descent and distri- 
bution. [S. Sitarama Sastri] 9 Mad. 
L. J. 7 [1899]. 

Hindu law translated — division among 
different kinds of sons. [S. Sitaranui 
Sastri] 8 Mad. L. J. 22, 72. 125, 164 
[1898]. 

Hindu law translated: succession and part- 
ition. [S. Sitarama Sastri] 9 Mad. 
L. J. 101 [1899]. 

The law as to descent and dower. [G. E. 
Maser] 41 L. J. 666 [1906]. 

The law relating to inheritance ab inUsUUs in 
the colony of Natal. 2 Natal L. O. 93 
[1903]. 

The laws of descent and inheritance, ancient 
and modem. 13 Am. Law. 102 [1905]. 

Legal provisions and interstate succession in 

Scotland. [J. Dove Wilson] 13 Jurid. 

Rev. 18 [1901]. 
Mayukha on inheritance. [S. S. Setlur] 

4 Bom. L. R. 33 [1902]. 
Medieval law of intestacy. [Charles Gross] 

18 Harv. L. Rev. 120 [1904]. 



Modem droit d'Aubaine. [Simeon E. Bald- 
win] 14 Yale L. J. 129 [1905]. 

NuUiusfiUius: the stranger in blood. [W. P. 
W. Phillimore] 30 Law Mag. and Rev. 
257, 422 [1905]. 

Postponement of vesting by destination over. 

[A. S. Pringle] 11 Scot. L. T. 106 [1903]. 
Presumption of survivorship: the common 

law and the Roman law. [L. Maxwell 

Lyon] 23 Can. L. T. 329 [1903]. 
Presumptions of death and survivorship and 

proof thereof. [S. S. Merrill] 59 Cent. 

L. J. 464 [1904]. 
Primogeniture among mothers. 9 Mad. L. J. 

275 [1899]. 
Problems of survivorship. [Clarke Butler 

Whittier] 16 Green Bag, 237 [1904]. 
Question of interstate succession. [Prank 

U. EUiott] 19 S. A. L. J. 265 [1902]. 
The rabbimical law of hereditary succession. 

[Thomas W. Brown] 34 Am. L. Rev. 

562 [1900]. 
The real representative. 42 Sol. J. 179 [1898]. 
Re Ross and DavieSt 7 O. L. R. 443, and the 

Devolution of Estates act. [F. P. Betts] 

26 Can. L. T. 715 [1906]. 
Rights of next-of-kin to chatties real. 41 Ir. 

L. T. 317, 323 [1907]. 
The rights of testamentary deposition and of 

succession to the estates of intestates 

and legislative power over them. [Lu- 
cius S. Landreth] 46 Am. L. Reg. 250 

[1898]. 
The rule in Shelly's Case. 42 Sol. J. 159 [1898]. 
Some uncertainties in the rules relating to 

interstate succession. 21 S. A. L. J. 

260, 350 [1904]. 
Some problems of Hindu law. Illegitimate 

son's rights — illegitimate son's legitimate 

son's rights. 12 Mad. L. J. 255 [1902]. 

Succession of cognates under the Mitaks- 

hara. 8 Mad. L. J. 53, 99 [1898]. 
The succession of gotrojas under the Mitaks- 

hara. 9 Mad. L. J. 91 [1899]. 
Succession to impartible estate: seniority 

and half blood. 9 Mad. L. J. 318 [1899]. 
Terce and courtesy. [Hugh R. Young] 

10 Scot. L. T. 103 [1902]. 
Uncorroborated claims against a decedent's 

estate. 106 L. T. 27 [1898]. 
Desertion. 104 L. T. 359 [1898]. 
Designs, Present status of the law relating to. 

[Harold Binney] 10 Am. Law. 396 [1902]. 



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Detinue: a point of practice. 114 L. T. 374 
(1903]. 

Detroit street railway decision. [Thoinas 
W. Brown] 33 Am. L. Rev. 853 (1899]. 

Devil in law. [R. Vaslion Rogers] 13 Green 
Bag, 581 (1901]. 

Devirfution of Estates Act. (F. P; Betts] 
20 Can. L. T. 215 [1900]. 

— Certain points in. [P. P. Betts] 43 Can. 

L. J. 753 [1907]. 

— of occupancy rights. 4 Alia. L. J. 145 

[1907]. 

— of real estate upon an intestacy. 42 Sol. 

J. 830 [1898]. 

—Re Ross and Davies, 7 O. L. R. 443, 
and the. 

Dickens, Charles, The law and lawyers of. 
[Jolin Marshall Gest] 53 Am. L. Res^. 
401 [1905]. 

Dickinson, Jacob M. [1851-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. (S. S. Gregory] 
19 Green Bag, 561 [1907]. 

Dickinson, Jolin. Obituary. 42 L. J. 94; 
V 51 Sol. J. 244 [1907]. 

Dickson, Cliarles Scott. [1850-.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 292 
[1903]. 

— Portrait. 17 Jurid. Rev. 201 [1905]. 
Dicta- 5 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 126 [1901]. 
Dilapidations in vacant benefices. 124 

L. T. 98 [1907]. 
Dill, James B., [1854-] the trust builder. 

Paul Lotzke] 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 450, 

486 [1902]. 
DIPLOMACY. 
Balance of power in Europe. [Edwin Mazey] 

66 Alb. L. J. 177 [1904]. 
A hundred years of American diplomacy. 

[John Bassett Moore] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 

165 [1900]. 
Relation of diplomacy to the development 

of international law, public and private. 

[Jules Cambon] 36 Am. L. Rev. 161; 

6 Liw Notes [N. Y.] 227 [1902]. 

Views on the relations between England 
and America. [Burton Smith] 27 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 321 [1902]. 

DIRECTORS. 

— of Corporations. See Corporations. 
Disarmament. [Richard Pearson Hob- 
son] 2 Am. J. Int. L. 743 [1908]. 



DISCOVERY. 

Answer to bill of discovery — effect as evi- 
dence. (James C. Lamb] 7 Va. L. Reg. 
107 [1901]. 

Discovery and inspection. 1 19 L. T. 99 [1905]. 
Discovery and production. [Robt. McKay] 
39 Can. L. J. 762 [1903]. 

Discovery in Massachusetts. [Prank W. 

GrinneU] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 110, 193 

[1902-3]. 
Discovery under the Judicature Acts, 1873; 

1875. [C. C; LangdeU] 12 Harv. L. 

Rev. 151 [1898]. 

What persons in the service of a litigating 
corporation are examinable for discovery 
on its behalf? [Alexander MacGre&or] 
2 Can. L. Rev. 254. 

DISORDERLY HOUSE. 

Licensed houses of a disorderly character. 
62 J. P. 354 [1898]. 

Dissenting opinions. [W. P. Elliott] 2 
Ind. L. J. 115 [1898]. 

— [William A. Bowen] 17 Green Bag. 690 

[1905]. 

— [Prederick A. Treall] 67 Alb. L. J. 207 

[1905]. 

— [V. H. Roberts] 39 Am. L. Rev. 23 [1905]. 

— [C. A. Hereschoff Bartlett] 32 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 54 [1906]. 

— Why are, written? 7 Law Notes [N. Y.] 

45 [1903]. 
Distress for rates. 68 J. P. 254 [1904]. 
"District Attorney Warren." (L. W. 

Humphreys] 7 Brief, 284 [1907]. 
DISTRICT COUNCILS. 
Borrowing powers of district councils. 65 J. P. 

801 [1901]. 
Elections of District Councellors, Guardians, 

and Parish Councellors. 71 J. P. 121, 

133 [1907]. 
The future of the Rural District Council. 

71 J. P. 13, 25 [1907]. 
Outside chairman of District Councils. 67 

J. P. 229 [1903]. 
DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA. 
Corporations in the District of Columbia. 

[Pred Dennett] 32 Wash. L. R. 758 

[1904]. 
Does fraudulent concealment of the cause 

of action bar the running of the statute 

of limitations of the District of Columbia 

in actions at law? 29 Wash. L. R. 564, 

580 [1901]. 



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DIVORCE 



Rules of property. [L. H. Poole] 28 Wash. 
L. R. 637 [19001. 

Dirersion of highways. 68 J. P. 470 (1901]. 
Diridends, Apportionment of, on death. 
113 L. T. 237 [1902]. 

DIVORCE. 

Alimony a debt. 60 Alb. L. J. 30 [1899]. 
Alimony as a provable debt in bankruptcy 

proceedings. [W. G. Mathews] 5 Va. 

L. Reg. 365 [1899]. 

The anarchy of our divorce laws. [Robert 
Grant] 13 Am. Uw. 149 [1905]. 

Antenuptial agreement restricting right to 
divorce. 10 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 47 [1906]. 

Bigamy and divorces. [W. E. Raney] 34 
Can. L. J. 546 [1898]. 

BUls of divorce. 123 L. T. 152 [1907]. 
Condonation of legal cruelty. 120 L. T. 55 
[1905]. 

The conflict of laws: divorce and separation. 

[E. Lafleur] 4 Rev. Leg. [1898]. 
Conflict of laws upon the subject of marriage 

and divorce. [Clarence D. Ashley] 15 

Yale L. J. 387 [1906]. 
Constitutional protection of decrees for 

divorce. [Joseph H. Beale, Jr.] 19 

Harv. L. Rev. 586 [1906]. 
Diversity of marital status as affected by 

divorce. 9 Case and Com. 110 [1903]. 
Divorce. [N. W. Hoyles] 37 Can. L. J. 481 

[1901]. 
Divorce. 25 Can. L. T. 527 [1905]. 
The divorce agitation. 20 Law Q. Rev. 363 

[1904]. 
Divorce and Jewish law: a study in compara- 
tive jurisprudence. [Herbert Bent- 

wich] 23 Law Mag. and Rev. 317 [1898]. 

Divorce and "public order" in Italy. [Tor- 
quato C. Giannini] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 
42 [1906]. 

The divorce congress and suggested im- 
provements in the statutory law relating 
to divorce. [C. LaRue Munson] 15 
Yale L. J. 405 [1906]. 

Divorce evil, The. [Lyman W. Redtn^ton] 
12 Am. Uw. 389 [1901]. 

Divorce in America. [Tighe Hopkins] 121 
L. T. 174 [1906]. 

Divorce in England and Scotland. 15 
Scot. L. Rev. 6 [1899]. 

Divorce in the Transvaal. [C. F. Barke] 
22 S. A. L. J. 399 [1905]. 



Divorce laws. [Charies PraU] 42 Ohio L. B. 
95 [1899]; 62 Alb. L. J. 88 [1900]. 

Divorce litigation in Ohio. [Newton D. 
Baker] 5 West. Res. L. J. 122 [1899]. 

The divorce problem and recent decisions of 
the United States Supreme Court. 
[D. D. Murphy] 14 Am. Uw. 499 [1906]. 
39 Chic. Leg. N. 267 [1907]. 

The divorce question; uniformity in legis- 
lation. [John Lawrence Farrell] 3 
Brief, 385 [1901]. 

The doctrine of Haddock v. Haddock, [Henry 
Scofield] 1 111. L. Rev. 219 [1906]. 

Effect of divorce and remarriage on dower 
rights. [George B. Clementson] 48 
Am. L. Reg. 243 [1900]. 

European divorces while you wait. [J. H. 
Beale, Jr.] 14 Green Bag, 9 [1902]. 

* 

Evidence in divorce cases. 114 L. T. 397 

[1908]. 
Expert's views on a uniform divorce law. 

63 Alb. L. J. 30 [1901]. 

Foreign divorces and their effect on status 
and property rights. [Needham C. 
CoUier] 56 Cent. L. J. 266 [1903]. 

Foreign divorce as a defense to bigamy. 

64 J. P. 306 [1900]. 

Foreign divorce decrees in New York. [Ram- 
mond D. Thurber] 10 Bench and Bar, 
N. Y., 82 [19071. 

Interveners in suits for dissolution of mar- 
riage. 104 L. T. 196 [1898]. 

Jurisdiction ratione originis, [George Dun- 
can] 17 Jurid. Rev. 250 [1905]. 

The law of divorce in Canada. [Robert 
T. Mullin] 7 Rev. Leg. 421 [1901]. 

Law of marriage and divorce. [Wm. Hard- 
castle Browne] 11 Yale L. J. 340 [1902]. 

Marriage and divorce. 2 N. C. L. J. 135 
[1901]. 

Marriage and divorce in France. [H. 
Cleveland Coxe] 12 Am. Law. 61 
[1904]. 

Marriage and divorce in State and Church. 
[Benjamin Brewster] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 
541 [1905]. 

Marriage and divorce laws. [Beecher W. 
Watermire] 67 Alb. L. J. 163; 50 Ohio 
L. B. 45 [1905]. 

Meaning of the term ''obstinate" as applied 
to desertion in divorce cases. [George 
G. Tennant] 23 N. J. L. J. 265 [1900]. 



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A new ground for an action of judicial sep- 
aration. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 314 [1903]. 

Physical examination in divorce proceedings. 

[D. Mountjoy Cloud] 35 Am. L. Rev. 

698 [1901]. 
The problem of uniform divorce law in the 

United States. (George Elliot Howard] 

14 Am. Uw. 15 [1906]. 
Proposed provisions against fraudulent di- 
vorces. (David Stewart] 54 Cent. L. J. 

104 [1902]. 
The recent conference on divorce. [Taloott 

H. RiMseU] 15 Yale L. J. 401 [1906]. 
Sane solution to divorce problem. [Gra- 

liam Wood] 69 Alb. L. J. 191 [1907]. 
Separation from deceased wife's sister by 

order of justices. 67 J. P. 133 [1903]. 
A solution of the divorce problem. [D. F. 

Hanni^n] 66 Alb. L. J. 348 [1901]. 
Some needed reforms in divorce legislation. 

(E. D. Leach] 18 Green Bag, 598 [1906]. 
Summary separation orders. 70 J. P. 205 

[1906]. 
Two recent cases on interstate marital rela- 
tions. [H. A. Bigelow] 18 Green Bag, 

348 [1906]. 
Validity in New York of divorces granted by 

courts in other states. [B. Prank DalLe] 

65 Alb. L. J. 267 [1908]. 
Venereal diseases in the law of marriage 

and divorce. (Cliarlee Henry Huber- 

ich] 37 Am. L. Rev. 226 [1903]. 
When should alimony pendente lile be allowed? 

[A. L. Tidd] 56 Cent. L. J. 383 [1902]. 
Dixion, Theron E. S. [1845-1898.] Obit- 
uary. 31 Chic- Leg. N. 30 [1898]. 
Doctrina placitandi. [E. Allen Proet] 14 

Green Bag, 584 [1902]. 
Documents, Production of, by vendors. 

110 L. T. 326 [1901]. 

— Proper custody of. 108 L. T. 580 [1900]. 

— Two legal, of the eleventh century. 
[David Werner Amram] 13 Green Bag, 
115; 110 L. T. 544 [1901]. 

Dbdd, Samuel Calvin Tait, [183^] the 

trust builder. [Paul Lotzlce] 25 Nat. 

Corp. Rep. 450 [1902]. 
DOMICILE. 
A breach in the doctrine of renvoi, [Oliver 

E. Bodin^ton] 120 L. T. 237 [1906]. 
De Nicols v. Curlier and the new German law. 

[Julius Hirsclifeld] 16 Law Q. Rev. 288 

[1900]. 



Death duties considered in conjunction with 
domidl and situation of property. 
[Lot Brawley] 117 L. T. 483 [1904]. 

Domicile. 112 L. T. 326 [1902]; [P. H. 

Birdsey] 2 Natal L. Q. 82 [1903]; (G. 

Addi8<m Smith] 32 Law Mag. and Rev. 

268 [1907]. 
Duty of wife to adopt her husband's change of 

abode. 5 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 46 [1901]. 
Duty of wife to follow domicile of husband. 

[Morton John Stevenson] 53 Cent. 

L. J. 264 [1901]. 
For jurisdiction purposes a l^al domicile 

once existing, continues until another is 

acquired elsewhere. [Rublee A. Cole] 

49 Cent. L. J. 124 [1899]. 
Jurisdiction founded on domicil. [W. W. 

Vickers] 19 Can. L. T. 285 [1899]. 
Locality of a personal action against a single 

non-resident defendant. [Geo. AinsUe] 

4 Va. L. Reg. 361 [1898]. 
Nationality, domicil, and the personal statute. 

[Wm. Galbraith Miller] 15 Jurid. 

Rev. 113 [1908]. 
The place of residence is not necessarily the 

place of domicil. 45 Sol. J. 761 [1901]. 
Residence as a test of jurisdiction. [C. J. 

Ingram] 23 S. A. L. J. 34 [1906]. 
Section 117 of the Constitution [Australia]. 

[P. L. Stow] 3 Com. L. Rev. 97 [1906]. 
DOMINICA. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [W. P. B. Shep- 

heard] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 129 [1896]. 

— 1896. [H. L. Ormsby] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

o. s. 247 [1897]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 578 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 643 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 429 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 356 [1902]. 

— 1902. [Alezander Manson] 5 J. Comp. 
Leg. 454 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 471 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 234 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp Leg. 544 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp Leg. 426 [1907]. 
Donatio causa 'mortis. [Joseph Chap- 
man] 54 Am. L. Reg. 440 [1906]. 

Doolittle, James Rood. [1815-1897.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Duane 
Mowry] 15 Green Bag, 203 [1903]. 

Douglas, Stephen A., [1813-1861] as a 
lawyer. [Eugene L. Didier] 15 Green 
Bag, 455 [1903]. 



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PongI— , Stephen A., Lincoln and Douglas 
— tbe great FreepOftdd»te. [Seymour 
D. TbooiiMQn] 39 Am. L. Rev. 161 
[19061. 

— The Ltncotn-Dooglas debates. iChak E. 

Cmrr] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 422 [1907]. 
DOWER. 

Dower in equitable estates. [Geo. S. 

IMmcstcd] 34 Can. L. J. 399 [1898]. 
Dower in mortgaged estates. 23 Can. L. T. 

199 [1903]. 
Dower in partnership realty. [WiUiam C. 

Frteum] 4 Va. L. Reg. 310 [1898]. 
Dower in the surplus, where the wife joins in 

deed of trust. [M. C. Elliott]^ 8 Va. 

L. R^. 165 (1902). 
Effect of divorce and remarriage on dower 

rights. (George B. Cletnentson] 48 

Am. L. Reg. 243 [1900]. 
The law as to descent and dower. (G. E. 

MoMT] 41 L. J. 666 [1906]. 
A point in the law of dower. 104 L. T. 289 

[1898]. 
The right of a doweress to possession of land. 

108 L. T. 681 [1900]. 
Dowling, Alexander. [1839-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 3 Ind. L. J. 50 [1899]. 
Drafting of legal documents. 104 L. T. 

170, 196, 241, 264 [1897-8]. 
Drago, Calvo and, doctrines. [Amos S. 

Herah^]l Am. J. Int. L. 26 [1907]. 
DRAINS. 
Arterial drainage of Ireland. [Charles A. 

StanweU] 36 Ir. L. T. 164 [1902]. 
Connection of drains with public sewers. 

63 J. P. 162 [1899].. 
Drainage by combined operation. 64 J. P. 

668 [1900]. 
The drainage of new houses: a separate 

drain for each house. 66 J. P. 290 [1902]. 
The drains of semi-detached houses. 66 

J. P. 763 [1902]. 
Highway drains. 70 J. P. 567 [1906]. 
The law of the Cape Colony as to the rights of 

drainage. 20 S. A. L. J. 43 [1903]. 
Limitations of the right to drain into public 

sewers. 46 Sol. J. 673 [1901]. 
Nuisances arising from structural defects in 

drains. 67 J. P. 206 [1903]. 
Reconstruction of drains by tenants. 120 

L. T. 64 [1906]. 
Recovery of expenses of amending single 

private drains. 66 J. P. 694 [1901]. 



The rights to discharge drains into sewers. 
70 J. P. 99 [1906]. 

Sewers and drains. 68 J. P. 39; 69 do. 337 

[1904-6]. 
Single private drains. 64 J. P. 371 [1900]. 
Warranties as to house drains. 65 J. P. 258 

[1901]. 
Warranty as to drains of dwdling-houses on 

sale or lease. 37 Ir. L. T. 207, 217 [1903). 
What is a single private drain? 68 J. P. 

278 [1901). 
Dred Scott dedrion, Hampton L. Carson on 

the. 36 Am. L. Rev. 429 [1902]. 
Dreyfus case. [Howard Ellis] 17 Med. Leg. 

Jour. 278 [1899]. 

— Authorship of the bordereau and the pri- 

vate letters of Junius. 107 L. T. 405 [1899]. 

— Comparative study of the — the effect of 

judgments of courts-martial in France 
and America. [Arthur Ameisen] 33 
Am. L. Rev. 76 [1899]. 
An episode in the affaire Dreyfus. [Wlnthrop 
E. Dwight] 8 Yale L. J. 272 [1899]. 

— More about the. 33 Am. L. Rev. 777 [1899]. 

— 9 Mad. L. J. 309 [1899]. 

— Present status of the. [Richard Walden 

Hale] 16 Green Bag, 98 [1904]. 

— Review of Bertillon's testimony in the. 

[Frank P. Blair] 36 Am. L. Rev. 389 
[1901). 

— Revision of the. [Seymour D. Thomp- 

son] 11 Green Bag, 9 [1899]. 
Droit administratif in modem French law. 

[A. V. Dicey] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 302 [1901]. 
Droit d*AulMdne. The modem. [Simeon 

E. Baldwin] 14 Yale L. J. 129 [1905]. 
Drummond, Thomas, Judge. [1809-1890.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 32 Chic. Leg. 

N. 137 [1899]. 
DRUGGISTS. 
The sale of compounded dmgs. 65 J. P. 83 

[1901]. 
DRUNKARDS. 
Comparative legislation as to habitual 

drunkards. [R. W. Lee] 3 J. Comp. 

Leg. 241 [1901]. 
Dmnkenness and crime. [R. W. Lee] 27 

Uw Mag. and Rev. 144, 308 [1902]. 
Habitual dmnkards. 115 L. T. 62 [1903]. 
Habitual inebriates in England. 69 J. P. 

339 [1905]. 
Habitual inebriates in foreign countries. 69 

J. P. 630 [1906). 



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Habitual inebriates in the colonies and de- 
pendencies. 09 J. P. 435 (1905]. 

Physical deterioration and alcoholism. 09 
J. P. 579 11905]. 

Recent legislation on inebriates in England 
and the colonies. [Ernest M. PoUock 
and A. M. Latter] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 289 
[1900]. 

The state drunkard. [Tl^he Hopkins] 117 
L. T. 320 [1904]. 

State inebriates. 122 L. T. 113 [1906]. 

Du Cane, Sir Edmund. [183O-1908.] Obit- 
uary. 115 L. T. 155 [1903]. 

Ducking stools. [Llewellsm Jewitt] 11 

Green Bag, 19 [1899]. 

Dudl^, Wesl^ C. [1867-19-]. Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
73 [1899]. 

Due process of law. [Alton B. Paiker] 
11 Am. Law. 333, 388, 431; 37 Am. L. 
Rev. 641 [1908]. 

See also Constitutional Law. 

DUELLING. 

The Irish judiciary and duelling. 112 L. T. 
85 [1902]. 

Duffy, Sir Cliarles Gavan, [1816-1903] and 

the bar. 114 L. T. 455 [1903]. 
Dundas, David. Portrait. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 

303 [1903]. 
Dun<las, Henry, Viscount Melville, [1742- 

1811] a famous lord advocate. [J. A. 

Lomt-Fraser] 14 Jurid. Rev. 350 [1902]. 
— Portrait. 14 Jurid. Rev. 333 [1902]. 
Dunedin, Lord. Portrait. 18 Jurid. Rev. 

1 [1906]. 
Dunne, Edward P., Judge. [1853-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 

273 [1905]. 
Dupree, Cliarles A. [1831-1902.] Obituary. 

34 Chic. Leg. N. 253 [1902]. 
Durliam, Warren J. [1834-1904.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 37 

[1904J. 
Duvall, Andrew Brown. [1847-1905.] In 

memoriam. 33 Wash. L. R. 707 [1905]. 

Dwiglit, Cliarles C. [183O-1902.] Bio- 

graphial sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 347 

[1904]. 
Dwight, Theodore W. [1822-1892] Sketch, 

with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 121 

[1900]. 



Dying declarations. [Andrew J. Hirschl] 

17 Med. Leg. J. 281 [1899]; [Surendia 
Nath Ray] 6 Bom. L. R. 176 [1904]; 
[Wilbur Larremore] 41 Am. L. Rev. 660 
[1907]. 

— Theory upon which, are admitted in 
evidence. [William A. Purrington] 

11 Bench and Bar, N. Y.. 91 [1907]. 

EASEMENTS. 

The compulsory taking of easements. 64 
J. P. 705 [1900]. 

Easement of light in England and elsewhere. 
[H. A. de Colyar] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 298 
[1906]. 

Easement of light of necessity. 38 Jr. L. T. 
319 [1904]. 

Easements as of right. Ill L. T. 150 [1901]. 

Easements of necessity. 48 Sol. J. 601 ; 23 L. 

Notes [Gib.] 330 [1904]. 
Easements under the Settled Land acts. 52 

Sol. J. 56 [1907]. 
Extent of the public easement in country 

highways. [Henry M. Dowling] 57 

Cent. L. J. 225 [1903]. 
Extinguishment of easements. [Frank A. 

Anglin] 20 Can. L. T. 279 [1900]. 
Lateral support under the Waterworks 

Clauses act. [Charles Tennjrson] 23 

Uw. Q. Rev. 282 [1907]. 
Overhanging eaves. [H. J. Drake] 69 Alb. 

L. J. 348 [1907]. 
Overhanging trees. 68 J. P. 447 [1904]. 

Prescriptive claims by tenants under a com- 
mon landlord. 38 Ir. L. T. 229 [1904]. 

Public rights of way at the Giant's Causeway. 
32 Jr. L. T. 211 [1898]. 

Quasi easements. 106 L. T. 383 [1899]. 

Rights and easements in the streets of Balti- 
more. [Charles Pidert Bengies] 35 
Chic. Leg. N. 6, 15, 22, 27, 38 [1902]. 

Rights of way as between termors. 4 N. Ir. 
Jut. 93 [1904]. 

Rights of way on water claimed by one tenant 
against another. 36 Ir. L. T. 249 [1902]. 

"Visitors" and rights of way. 122 L. T. 
573 [1907]. 

East Tennessee law stories. [Charles D. 
McGuffey] 16 Green Bag, 669 [1904]. 

EAST AFRICA. 

Customary and other law in the East Africa 
Protectorate. [Sir Lewis Tupper] 8 
J. Comp. Leg. 172 [1907]. 



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Le^iUative methods in Zanzibar and East 
Africa protectorates, [Sir Arthur H. 
HmrdioUl 1 J- Comp. Leg. 1 [1899]. 

Review oC legislation* 1904. (Albert Gray] 
7 J. Cooip. Leg. 191 (1906) . 

— 19r>5. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 503 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 374 (1907). 

ECCLESIASTICAL LAW. 

American versus British ecclesiastical law. 
(Epapbrodittia Pack) 15 Yale L. J. 255 

Christian Science and the law. 

— [Marftx Elliogarj 17 Med. Leg. J. 175 

(IV/J). 

— [Howard Etlla) 17 Med. I^. J. 181 

— (Carol Norton] 17 Med. Leg. J. 186 [1899]. 

— (H, Gerald Chaplnj 17 Med. Leg. J. 192 

(IWKil. 

— (John Carrol Lathrop] 17 Med. Leg. J. 

196 (1899). 
Tfie church disclipine commission. [W, P. 

Pullatar) 41 L. J. 668 [1906]. 
( UunU law. 27 Can. L. T, 575 [1907]. 
('urUtAty in ecct«»iastir^l judication. [Sam- 

ifal Hart) 16 Yale L. J. 40 [1906]. 
Dilapi/iati/mn in vaf:ant l>eru:fires. 124 L. T. 

Dis^/uten alxiut church property. [A. Wood 

Kenton] 13 Green Bag, 404 (1901]. 
Doctrinal nu\m'niHUm in the Church of 

Srotlami. (Christophar N. Johnaton] 

17 Jurid. Rev. 201 (1W)5). 
Dr. Tristram and the ritualists. 113 L. T. 

510; 114 do. 3 (1902). 
Ecclesiattfical influences. (Mattbaw G. 

Johnson] 32 Uw. Mag. ami Rev. 399 

[1907]. 
Ecclesiastical jurisdiction in England. (Edwin 

Mazey] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 360 [1905]. 
Ecclesiastical remnants. 24 I-. Notes [CAb,] 

341 (1905]. 
Election of church wardens. 65 J. P. 99 (1901]. 
The English consistorial law. 22 Scot. L. 

Rev. 193 [1906]. 
Free Church case. [R. M. Williamaon] 

20 Law. Q. Rev. 416 [1904]. 
The Free Church cases. [Nell J. D. Kennedy] 

12 Scot. L. T. 76 [1904]. 

— [J. Roberton Christie.] 12 Scot. L. T. 

77, 85 [1904]. 
Free Church of Scotland case. (Francis C. 
Lowell] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 137 [1906]. 



The Gore case. 66 J. P. 115 [1902]; [W. 

Digby Thumam] 19 Law Q. Rev. 71 

[1903]. 
Heresy and witchcraft. [Legal antiquities.] 

[Wyatt Paine] 115 L. T. 35 [1903]. 

The influence of Christianity upon the law of 
Rome. [H. W. Gibson] 31 Uw Mag. 
and Rev. 385 [1906]. 

The legal position of the ritualists. 105 L. T. 
542 [1898]. 

Marriage acts and the canon law. 42 L. J. 
665 [1907]. 

The "obiter" of the Free Church case. [Chris- 
topher N. Johnston] 12 Scot. L. T. 
122 [1904]. 

The office of a sexton. 62 J. P. 291 [1898]. 
On church wardens. 112 L. T. 592 [1902]. 
I The Queen's brief. 108 L. T. 276 [1900]. 
Parish houses. 65 J. P. 706 [1901]. 
The rebuilding or repair of a manse. [Wil- 
liam George Black] 12 Scot. L. Rev. 

236 [1896]. 
Rise of the ecclesiastical law of England. 

105 L. T. 307 [1898]. 
Scottish Church case. [James Ferguson] 

16 Jurid. Rev. 347 [1904]. 
Should consistorial causes be tried in the 

Sheriff Court? 20 Scot. L. Rev. 5 [1904]. 
Edalji, George, The strange case of. 10 

Uw Notes [N. Y.] 230 [1907]. 
See 123 L. T. 92 [1907]. 
Eddyism before the law. (W. A. Purring- 

ton] 62 Alb. L. J. 358 [1900]. 
EGYPT. 
Administration of justice in Egypt. [H. 

Goudy] 23 Uw Q. Rev. 409 [1907]. 
Egyptian capitulations and their reform. 18 

Jurid. Rev. 185, 235 [1906]. 
The Egyptian government and the caisse de 

la detu. [Malcolm Mcllwraith] 1 J. 

Comp. Ug. o. s. 386 [1897]. 
Judicial reform in Egypt. [Sir John Scott] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. 240 [1899]. 
The judicial system of Egypt. [James 

Harry Scott] 18 Jurid. Rev. 386 [1906]. 
Legal reform in Egypt. [R. Fletcher 

Wllme] 23 Uw Mag. and Rev. 224 

[1898]. 
Recent changes in Egypt. [Sir Raymond 

West] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 496 [1900]. 
Egypt. Review of legislation, 1901. [W. E. 

Brunyate] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 183 [1902]. 



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133 



ELECTIONS 



Egypt* Review of legislation, 1902. 5 J. 
Comp. Leg. 300 (1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 306 [19051. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 65 [1906). 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 403 [19061. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 258 [19071. 
Wills in ancient Egypt. [F. U. Grifflthl 

14 Uw Q. Rev. 43 [18981. 

EJECTMENT. 

Does possession bar the right to bring eject- 
ment in Virginia? [Wm. H, Werthl 
6 Va. L. Reg. 817 [19011. 

Ejectment actions. 24 L. Notes [Gib.l 51 
[19051. 

Ejectment for non-payment of rent — special 
indorsement. 37 Ir. L. T. 227 [19031. 

The law of ejectment. 35 Ir. L. T. 164 [1901]. 

Possession as proof of title in ejectment. 
[P. C. O. Beaman] 3 Bom. L. R. 101 
[1901]. 

Sir Walter Scott and the French law of ejec- 
tion. [Andrew Mure] 10 Jurid. Rev. 25 
[1898]. 

Ela.JohnW. [1840-1902] Obituary, with 
portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 150 [1902]. 

Eldon, Lord, John Scott. [1751-1838.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 19 L. Notes [Gib.] 209 
[1900J. 

Election. 118 L. T. 564 [1905]. 

— between alternative remedies. [Walter 

Hussey Griffith] 16 Law Q. Rev. 160 
[1900]. 

— [J. P. W. Galbraith] 16 Uw Q. Rev. 

269 [1900]. 

— in connection with powers of appointment. 

24 L. Notes [Gib.] 48 [1905]. 

ELECTIONS. 

Are voting machine laws constitutional? 
[Benjamin S. Dean] 59 Alb. L. J. 149 
[1899]. 

Australian ballot law. 4 Law Notes [N. Y.] 
104 [1900]. 

Broken stamping machines at elections. 71 
J. P. 193 [19071. 

Ballot-machines and the constitution. [N. Y.] 
[Benjamin S. Dean] 2 Law Notes 
[N. Y.l 206 [1899]. 

The choice of presidential electors. [Boyd 
Winchester] 34 Am. L. Rev. 734 [1900]. 

Constitutional amendment essential to pro- 
vide the best municipal election. [Wil- 
liam Parmenter Martin] 26 N. J. L. J. 
41 [1903]. 



Corrupt Practices Act. The nominating 
machinery and the Australian ballot 
system of Massachusetts. [Richard A. 
Dana] 14 Am. Uw. 163; 68 Alb. L. J. 
102 [1906]. 

Death of a candidate at a county or town 
council election. 62 J. P. 210 [1898]. 

Disfranchise of voters. 62 J. P. 609 [1898]. 
Election law: 

I. Existing legislation: commencement of 
candidature. 70 J. P. 1 [1906]. 

II. Duties of returning officers. 70 J. P. 
13 [1906]. 

III. Ballot, count and return. How to 
obtain a re-count. 70 J. P. 25 [1906]. 

IV. The candidate and his agents: polit- 
ical associations. 70 J. P. 37 [1906]. 

V. Parliamentary election petitions. 70 
J. P. 49 [1906]. 

VI. Parliamentary election expenses. 70 
J. P. 61 [1906]. 

VIII. Prosecution for election offences — 
corrupt and illegal practices. 70 J. P. 
73 [1906]. 
Election of church wardens^ 65 J. P. 99 [1901]. 
Election reforms: the trend toward de- 
mocracy. [J. C. Rupenthal] 14 Am. 

Uw. 72. 108 [1906]. 
Election of Federal judges by the people. 

[Walter Clark] 12 Bar, 19 [Nov. 1905]. 
Election offences. 64 J. P. 609 [1900]. 
An election to the House of Lords. 124 L. T. 

90 [1907]. 
Electoral Commission of 1877. [John Goode] 

38 Am. L. Rev. 1, 161 [1904]. 
Eligibility to office — as of what time de- 
termined. [Floyd R. Mechem] 1 Mich. 

L. Rev. 17 [1902]. 
Examining nomination papers. 62 J. P. 353 

[1898]. 
Harbour franchise and amalgamation of small 

ratings. 38 Ir. L. T. 85 [1904]. 
The household and the lodger franchise. 51 

Sol. J. 494 [1907]. 
The latest organization of popular suffrage. 

[Alfred Nerincx] 4 Can. L. Rev. 1 [1905]. 
Legal right of a state to limit the suffrage. 

[John Woodward] 1 So. L. Rev. 338; 

3 Brief, 247 [1901]. 
Limitations upon the power of the legislature 

to control politicial parties and their 

primaries. [Alonzo H. Tuttle] 1 Mich. 

L. Rev. 466 [1903]. 



ELECTIONS 



134 



EMINENT DOMAIN 



Mayoral elections. 65 J. P. 689 (1901]. 
Mississippi suffrage. 17 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
341 [1898]. 

The nominating machinery and the Austra- 
lian ballot system of Massachusetts. 
[Richard A. Dana] 14 Am. Law. 163; 
68 Alb. L. J. 102 [1906]. 

Notice of disqualification of candidate at 
election. 66 J. P. 531 [1902]. 

Parlimentary franchise. [William Lawaon] 
20 Law Q. Rev. 272 [1904). 

Parlimentary franchise, with some suggestions 
for its simplification. [P. Tindal- 
Robertaon] 20 Law Q. Rev. 61 [1904]. 

Parish coundb and triennial elections. 63 
J. P. 371 [1899]. 

The participation of political or other associa- 
tions in parliamentary elections. 48 Sol. 
J. 218 [1904]. 

Personation at elections. 1 N. Ir. Jur. 156 
[1901]. 

Primary elections. [Charles U. Williamd 
11 Va. L. R^. 803 [1906]. 

Resort to the judiciary to preserve the purity 
of elections. [William E. HuUon] 
17 Green Bag, 159 [1905]. 

Right of appellate tribunal to assume charge 
of elections by writ of injunction. 
[Edward P. Costigan] 64 Cent. L. J. 
402 [1907J. 

Scrutinies and recounts. 120 L. T. 283- 
[1906]. 

Story of an old time election in England. 
[Baxter Borret] 12 Green Bag, 307 
[1900]. 

Suffrage clause in the constitution of Lou- 
isiana. [Amasa M. Eaton] 13 Harv. 
L. R. 279 [1899] ; [Thomas J. Keman] 
1 So. L. Rev. 120 [1901]. 

A three cornered election. [A. M. Barnes] 
n Green Bag, 385 [1899]. 

The Tool case of Colorado. Right of 
appellate tribunal to assume charge of 
elections by writ of injunction. [Ed- 
ward P. Costi^n] 64 Cent. L. J. 402 
[1907]. 

Voting by proxy. 122 L. T. 430 [1907]. 

ELECTRICITY, 

Danger by electricity. 66 J. P. 738 [1902]. 

Electric lighting and local authorities. 62 
J. P. 674 [1898]. 

Electric lighting by local . authorities. 68 
J. P. 314 [1904]. 



Electricity and its responsibilities in Roman- 
Dutch law. [E. A. WhittudK] 5 J. 
Comp. Leg. 137 [1903]. 

Injuries from electricity in highways. [Henry 
M. Dowlin^ 56 Cent. L. J. 485 [1903]. 

The law applicable to the use of electricity in 
modem industrial life. [Helen Bruce] 
12 Am. Uw. 290, 337 [1904]. 

Local authorities and electrical undertakings. 
69 J. P. 218 [1905]. 

Transfer of powers under electric lighting 
provisional orders. 70 J. P. 482 [1906]. 

Water pipes and electricity. 65 J. P. 419 
[1901]. 

Elevator not a common carrier. 22 Nat. 

Corp. Rep. 652 [1901]. 
Eliot, Cieorge, [1820-1880] Reminiscences of. 

[Frederick Harrison] 1 Can. L. Rev. 44 

[1901]. 
EUenborough, Lord. Portrait. 16 Green 

Bag, 530 [1904]. 
Ellsworth, Oliver. [1745-1807.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. [Francis R. 

Jones] 13 Green Bag, 503 [1901]. 
— Sketch, with portrait. 8 Case and Com. 

193 [1901]. 
Elton, C.L Obituary. [-1900.] 44 Sol. J. 

405 [1900]. 
Emancipation and citizenship. [Gordon 

E. Sherman] 15 Yale L. J. 263 [1906]. 
Emery, Edward K. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 74 [1899]. 

EMINENT DOMAIN. 

The allowance for compulsory purchase. 

67 J. P. 517 [1903]. 
Compensation to yearly tenants. 68 J. P. 170 

[1904]. 
Compulsory purchase of part of premises. 

44 Sol. J. 225 [1900]. 
Compulsory sales and covenants running 

with the reversion. 42 Sol. J. 425 [1898]. 
The compulsory taking of licensed houses. 

66 J. P. 482 [1902]. 
Compulsory taking of part of the premises. 

50 Sol. J. 510 [1906]. 
Constitutional provisions against damaging 

private property. [Carl H. Davis] 8 Va. 

L. Reg. 525 [1902]. 
The contract arising under a notice to treat. 

44 Sol. J. 747 [1900]. 
The effect of a notice to treat. 67 J. P. 

110, 123 [1903]. 



EMINENT DOMAIN 



135 EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE 



The exigencies of eminent domain. [The- 
dcM-e P. C. Demarest] 65 Alb. L. J. 176, 
299 [1903]. 

Expropriation by international arbitration. 

[Charles Noble Gregory] 21 Harv. L. 

Rev. 23 [1907]. 
Expropriation of land for public purposes. 

[A. H. B. Constable] 13 Jurid. Rev. 164 

[1901]. 
"Full compensation'* for subsoil. 50 Sol. J. 

462 [1906]. 
Impressment of means of transportation by 

the government in the exercise of its right 

of eminent domain. [James B. Mc- 

Crellls] 58 Alb. L. J. 235 [1898]. 
Injury to land by public undertaking. 50 

Sol. J. 663 [1906]. 
Justices and compensation cases. 66 J. P. 

803 [1902]. 
The Mills Acts. [Abram P. Staples] 9 Va. 

L. Reg. 265 [1903]. 
The right of eminent domain. [Charles 

Gandet] 3 Can. L. Rev. 669 [1904]. 
Superfluous lands of local authorities. 64 

J. P. 401 [1900]. 
Taking land under Michael Angels Taylor* s 

act. 64 J. P. 386 [1900]. 
What constitutes the public to justify a tak- 

king of property under the right of 

eminent domain? [CoUn P. Campb^] 

54 Cent. L. J. 3^ [1902]. 

EMPLOYERS LLABILITY. 

Appeals for jury trial under the Employers' 

Liability act. 20 Scot. L. Rev. 165 

[1904]. 
Basb of employers' liability for acts of their 

servants. [A. Pearce Higgins] 5 J. 

Comp. L^. 109 [1903]. 
Comity in the enforcement of rights of action 

for wrongfully causing death. [Wm. B. 

Morris] 49 Cent. L. J. 6 [1899]. 
Constitutional aspects of employers' liability 

legislation. [Ernst Frcnind] 19 Green 

Bag, 80 [1907]. 
Constitutionality of employers' liability acts 

as applied to street railways. [G. W. 

Payne] 65 Cent. L. J. 410 [1907]. 
Employers' liability. [James D. WylUe] 

23 Scot. L. Rev. 256 [1907]. 
Employers' Liability Act. [C. B. Labatt] 

39 Can. L. J. 6, 129, 298 [1903]. 
Employers' Liability Act. [John Brooks 

Leavitt] 65 Alb. L. J. 243 [1903]. 



Employers' Liability Act affecting common 
carriers is unconstitutional. (Gerald B. 
Winston and Blackburn Esterline] 
63 Cent. L. J. 278 [1906]. 

Employers' liability and workmen's compen- 
sation. [Wm. Hanbury Aggji] 24 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 462 [1899]. 

Employers' liability as an industrial problem. 
[Roger S. Warner] 18 Green Bag, 185 
[1906]. 

Employers' liability for negligence. [A. 
Rives Hall] 7 Rev. Leg. 513 [1901]. 

Employers' liability in France. [B. H. 
Omnor] 18 Green Bag, 225 [1906]; 124 
L. T. 112 [1907]. 

Employers' liability on the continent. [A. 
Pearce Higgins] 10 Jurid. Rev. 46 [1898 ]. 

Employers' liability to servant. (C. B. 
Labatt] 34 Can. L. J. 289 [1898]. 

Employers' liability — voUnH non jU injuria. 
[Silas Alward] 41 Can. L. J. 387 [1905]. 

Federal Employers' Liability Act. 10 Law 
Notes [N. Y.] 145 [1906]. 

Is the Employers' Liability Act unconstitu- 
tional? [J. J. McSwaln] 63 Cent. L. J. 
356 [1906]. 

Law of employers' liability and insurance 
against acddents. [Walter Gorst Clay] 
2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 1 [1897]. 

Massachusetts proposition for an employers' 
compensatkmact. [Epapliroditus Peck] 
14 Yale L. J. 18 [1904]. 

Master and man. 32 Ir. L. T. 418 [1898]. 

The new laws of empk>yerB' liability for 
accidents in England and France and 
their bearing on the laws of the Province 
of Quebec. [F. P. Walton] 5 Rev. Leg. 
425 [1899]. 

Small awards of damages and the modification 
of expenses. 11 Scot. L. T. 40 [1903]. 

Some desirable amendments on the law of 
Employers' Liability. 12 Scot. L. Rev. 
53. 77 [1896]. 

EMPLOYERS* LIABILITY INSURANCE. 

See also Master and Servant; Workmen's 
Compensation. 

Policies, liability of insurers, and rights of 
employees under employers' liability 
insurance. [Henry M. Dowling] 59 
Cent. L. J. 5 [1904]. 



EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE 136 



ESHER 



Right to enforce collection of a judgment 
against an insolvent employer by an 
action against insurance company. [M. 

C. Freerka] 62 Cent. L. J. 417 [1906]. 

Schemes under the Workmen's Compensation 
act in relation to claims under the Em- 
ployers' Liability act. 48 Sol. J. 188 
[1904]. 

Employment — employee — employer. [R. 

D. Plaher] 49 Cent. L. J. 203 [1899]. 

— of children. 70 J. P. 193. 219 [1906]. 

— of children of school age. 64 J. P. 643 
[1900]. 

Encyclopaedia of law, How an, is made. 

[J. H. Long] 2 Can. L. Rev. 79 [1902]. 
Epilepsy and responsibility. [C. J. Aid- 
rich] 5 West. Res. L. J. 109 [1899]. 
EQUITY. 
Can a court of equity circumvent the law? 

[Joseph M. SuUivan] 68 Alb. L. J. 37 

[1906]. 
Court of equity — a theory of its juris- 
diction. [Colin P. Campb^] 15 Green 

Bag, 108 [1903]. 
Courts of equity in cases of nuisances com- 
mitted by riparian owners. [P. Beeclcer] 

65 Cent. L. J. 430 [1907]. 
Decadence of equity. [Roscoe Pound] 5 

Colum. L. Rev. 20 [1905]. 
The effect of time in barring claims in 

equity. 49 Sol. J. 181, 201. 215, 233 

[1905]. 
Equitable conversion. [C. C. Langdell] 

18 Harv. L. Rev. 1, 83, 245,; 19 do: 1. 79, 

233. 321 [1904-^]. 
Equitable interests in foreign property. 

[Joseph H. Beale, Jr.] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 

382 [1907]. 
Equitable jurisdiction in regard to contracts 

of employment. [C. B. Labatt] 43 Can. 

L. J. 121 [1907]. 
Equity in criminal cases. [Cari C. Pope] 

6 Am. Law. 128 [1898]. 
Equity procedure. [J. Ralph Hilton] 62 

Alb. L. J. 6 [1900]. 
Ignorance or mistake of law a ground for 

equitable relief. [Evan H. Hopldns] 6 

West Res. L. J. 95. 125 [1900]. 
Jurisdiction of equity for the recission of 

contracts. [F. M. Hudson] 33 Am. L. 

Rev. 702 [1899]. 
Latent equities. [George A. Lee] 64 Cent. 

L. J. 363 [1907]; 68 Alb. L. J. 290 [1906]. 



Lord Kames' principles of equity. [Henry 
Hilton Brown] 10 Scot. L. T. 94, 111, 
127, 159, 173, 181; 11 do. 7, 22 [1902-3]. 

Necessity of process on petitions in chancery. 
Henry Roberts.] 8 Va. L. Reg. 96 [1902]. 

Principles of Chinese law and equity. 
[Edward H. Parlcer] 22 Law Q. Rev. 190 

[1906]. 

The revival of criminal equity. [Edwin C. 
Macic] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 389 [1903]. 

The responsive answer in equity considered 
as evidence for the defendent. [John 
Marshall Gest] 52 Am. L. Reg. 537, 
642 [1904]. 

Rights of privacy and equity relief. [Percy 
L. Edwards.] 55 Cent. L. J. 123 [1902]. 

Satisfaction — a canon of construction in 
courts of equity. [Colin P. Campbell] 

48 Cent. L. J. 451 [1899]. 

Setting aside chamber orders in chancery. 
51 Sol. J. 526 [1907]. 

Setting down appeals in the Chancery Divi- 
sion. 62 Sol. J. 88 [1907]. 

Wherein does equity follow the law and 
wherein does equity not follow the law? 
[W. O. Mathews] 7 West. Res. L. J. 72 
[1901]. 

Equitable Life Assurance Society — a. pos- 
sible remedy to cancel the stock control. 
[Robert Rentoul Reed] 19 Green Bag, 
399 [1907]. 

Erasures in deeds. 108 L. T. 215 [1900]. 

Erie County [N. Y.], Bar of. 59 Alb. L. J. 
25 [1899]. 

Erskine, Henry. [1746-1817.] Sketch, with 
portrait. 9 Scot. L. T. 97 [1901]; [John 
Scott] 8 Bom. L. R. 129 [1906]. 

Ersldne, Thomas, Lord Chancellor. [1750- 
1823.1 [R. Erslcine] 123 L. T. 42 [1907]. 

— [J. A. Lovat-Fraser] 18 Jurid. Rev. 357 

[1906]. 

— as advocate and orator. 107 L. T. 547 

[1899). 

— and his first case. [Fritz v. Brisen] 4 

Brief, 35 [1902]. 

— [Neil McCrimmon] 3 Can. L. Rev. 639; 

4 do. 10 [1904-^]. 

— Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 400 [1904]. 
Escheat under the Hindu law. [S. Sitarama 

Sastri] 8 Mad. L. J. 375 [1898]. 
Esher, Lord, William Baliol Brett. [1815- 
1899]. Obituary. 43 Sol. J. 505 [1899]. 



ESHER 



137 



ESTATES 



Esher, Lord. Master of the Rolls. In mem- 
oriam. [A. R. Jell] 24 Law Mag. and 
Rev. 395 [1899]. 

— Builder of our law. 113 L. T. 38, 65; 3d 

Am. L. Rev. 526 11902). 
Esperanto for lawyers. [John Ellis] 117 

L. T. 363 [1904]. 
Esquires. 64 J. P. 275 [1900]. 

— and gentlemen. 106 L. T. 530 [1899J. 
Esselen, Ewald. [1858-19—.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 23 S. A. L. J. 321 [1906]. 
Essex Market Court. [Joseph Goldstein] 

15 Green Bag, 215 [1903]. 
Estate Duty. 
See Taxation. 

ESTATES. 

Advances under the Statue of Distributions 

with reference to estates pur autre vie, 

37 Ir. L. T. 177 [1903J. 
Certain points in Devolution of Estates Act. 

[F. P. Betts] 43 Can. L. J. 753 [1907]. 
Claims against estates of deceased persons. 

[G. D. Keogh] 27 Law Mag. and Rev. 

51 [1901]. 
Col. Vernon's estate on the North Bull. 34 

Ir. L. T. 319 [1900]. 
Compound settlements and the Settled Land 

acts. 1882-W. 32 Ir. L. T. 583 [1898]. 
The construction of provisoes for re-entry. 

47 Sol. J. 759 [1903]. 
Contingent future interests after a particular 

estate of freehold. [Albert Martin 

Kales] 21 Law Q. Rev. 118 [1905]. 
Contingent liabilities affecting a testator's 

estate. 52 Sol. J. 129 [1907]. 
Contingent remainder or executory devise. 

[James M. Willcox] 50 Am. L. Reg. 313 

[1902]. 
The Conveyancing and Settled Land bills. 

50 Sol. J. 370; 51 do. 510, 528 [1907]. 

Customary freehold. 114 L. T. 215 [1903]. 

Death of tenant-in-tail before protector's con- 
sent given. 41 Ir. L. T. 275 [1907]. 

Determinable fees in American jurisdiction. 

[John Maxcy 2^ne] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 

297 [1904]. 
The determination of a tenancy for breach of 

covenant. 47 Sol. J. 767 [1903]. 
Dissolved corporations and estates in land. 

51 Sol. J. 442 [1907]. 

The distinction between power and ownership 
in relation to covenants to settle after- 
acquired property. 48 Sol. J. 324 [1904]. 



Dower in equitable estates. [Geo. S. 
Holmested] 34 Can. L. J. 399 [1898]. 

Easements under the Settled Land acts. 52 
Sol. J. 56 [1907]. 

Enlargement of a life estate by an accom- 
panying power of disposition. 62 Cent. 
L. J. 25 [1906]. 

Equitable conversion. [C. C. Langdell] 
18 Harv. L. Rev. 1, 83, 245; 19 do. 1, 79, 
233, 321 [1904-6]. 

Equitable interests in foreign property. 
[Joseph H. Beale Jr.] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 
382 [1907]. 

Equitable ownership. 123 L. T. 312 [1907]. 

The estate of the registered proprietor of land. 
47 Sol. J. 400 [1903]. 

Estates tail. [Geo. S. Holmested] 22 Can. 
L. T. 426 [1902]. 

The exemption of yearly tenants from im- 
provement charges. 48 Sol. J. 172, 189 
[1904]. 

Fee-farm grantees under the Church Tem- 
poralities acts, and section 40 of the Land 
act of 1896. 32 Ir. L. T. 201 [1898]. 

Fiar v. Liferenter, [Arthur Drummond] 
12 Scot. L. Rev. 121 1896]. 

Gage of land in medieval England. [Harold 
D. Hazeltine] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 549; 
18 do. 36 [1904]. 

Incident of charges as between tenant for 
life and remainder man. 37 Ir. L. T. 287 
[1903]. 

Interest of a life tenant in mineral lands. 
[George Bryan] 7 Va. L. Reg. 365 [1901]. 

Is a disseisor of land bound by equities in- 
cumbent on the disseisee? [T. Cy- 
prian WiUiams] 51 Sol. J. 141, 155 
[1906-7]. 

The Land Transfer acts and the legal estate. 
47. Sol. J. 330 [1903]. 

Landowners' personal liability for rent- 
charges. 14 Sol. J. 390 [1900]. 

The legal estate upon a conveyance taken in 
a partnership name. 49 Sol. J. 780 
[1905]. 

The liability of statutory tenants to pay tithe 
rent charge. 36 Ir. L. T. 483 [1902]. 

The London companies and their Ulster 
estates. 32 Ir. L. T. 509 [189SJ. 

May an estate be deprived of its usual in- 
cidents at the will of the creator? [Rey- 
nolds D. Brown] 48 Am. L. Reg. 257 
[1900]. 



ESTATES 



138 



ESTOPPEL 



Merger of estates. [J. M. Perry] 5 Va. L. 
Reg. 651 [1900]. 

The merger of estates. 47 Sol. J. 544 [1963]. 
The nature of freeboard land. 46 Sol. J. 118 
[1901]. 

On the devesting of estate on adoption. 

(T. Rajaram Row] 2 Bom. L. R. 101 

[1900]. 
On the title to leases granted under the 

Settled Land acU. 46 Sol. J. 524 [1902]. 
Outstanding legal estates and presumptions. 

50 Sol. J. 664 [1906]. 
Personal estate and perpetuities. 47 Sol. J. 

168 [1903]. 
The position of jointures and portions under 

the Settled Land acts. 49 Sol. J. 646 

[1905]. 
Possessory titles and restrictive covenants. 

49 Sol. J. 275 [1906]. 
Protected life estates: a suggestion. [W. J. 

Leof. Ambroee] 22 Law Q. Rev. 401 

[1906]. 
Recovery of arrears of tithe rent charge. 34 

Jr. L. T. 443 [1900]. 
The Real Estate Charges acts. 48 Sol. J. 80 

[1903]. 
The recovery of annual sums charged on 

land. 45 Sol. 572 [1901]. 
The redemption price of tithe rent-charges and 

the Land act. 1903. 38 Jr. L. T. 105 

[1904]. 
The redemption of tithe rent-charge — how 

aflFected by Metge's case, [32 Ir. L. T. R. 

97] 33 Ir. L. R. 413 [1899]. 
Restrictive covenants and possessory titles. 

50 Sol. J. 186 [1906]. 
The right to exact a fine for license to assign. 

51 Sol. J. 755 [1907]. 
The rule in Shelleys' case. 42 Sol. J. 159 

[1898]. 

Seisin and possession. 51 Sol. J. 263 [1907]. 

Settled land and electric lighting. 115 L. T. 
75 [1903]. 

The Settled Lands acts. 36 Ir. L. T. 219 
[1902]. 

Statutory tenants and tithe rent charge. 34 
Ir. L. T. 503 [1900]. 

Submarine estates. 36 Ir. L. T. 463 [1902]. 

Sweeping change in the law governing fee- 
farm grants under the renewable lease- 
hold conversion act. 36 Ir. L. T. 65 
[1902]. 

Testamentary expenses. 105 L. T. 378 [1898]. 



Tithe rent-charge. 32 Ir. L. T. 129 [1898]. 
Title by possession and the Limitation acts. 
51 Sol. J. 166 [1907]. 

The Ulster custom. 32 Ir. L. T. 309, 319 
[1898]. 

Ulster tenants and the statutory notice of in- 
tention to sell. [R. Burice] 35 Ir. L. T. 

85 [1901]. 
Unconstitutional legislation upon the extin- 
guishment of ground rents. [Richard 

M. Cadwalader] 46 Am. L. Reg. 13 

[1898]. 
Variation and redemption of tithe rent- 
charges. 35 Ir. L. T. 20. 31 [1901]. 
ESTATES TAIL. 
Estates tail by construction. 34 Ir. L. T. 

159 [1900]. 
Is an estate tail bound by a covenant to 

settle after-acquired property? 50 Sol. 

J. 570. 591. 
Eaterline, Blackburn. [1877-1^—.] Sketch 

with portrait. 41 Am. L. Rev. 569 [1907]. 
ESTOPPEL. 
Agency by estoppel. [Walter Wheeler 

Cook] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 36; [John S. 

Ewart] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 354 [1905]; 

a reply. [Walter Wheeler Cook] 6 

Colum. L. Rev. 15 [1906]. 
Estoppel by representation. 39 Ir. L. T. 71 

[1905]. 
Bilb of exchange and the doctrine of estoppel. 

51 Sol. J. 621 [1907]. 
The doctrine of equitable estoppel as applied 

to opinions and statements of intention. 

[Colin P. CampbeU] 56 Cent. L. J. 424 

[1903]. 
Equitable estoppel. [Silaa Alward] 18 Can. 

L. T. 181 [1898]. 
Estoppel. 116 L. T. 188 [1904]. 
Estoppel against companies. 48 Sol. J. 488. 

504. 668 [1904]. 
Elstoppel as a species of contract. [Chas. W. 

McKinney] 53 Cent. L. J. 207 [1901]. 
Elstoppel by negligence. [John S. Ewart] 

15 Uw Q. Rev. 384 [1899]. 
Estoppel by assisted misrepresentation. 

[John S. Ewart] 35 Am. L. Rev. 707; 

1 Can. L. Rev. 70; 5 Colum. L. Rev. 456 

[1905]. 
Estoppel by bastardy proceedings. 65 J. P. 

273 [1901]. 
Estoppel by use of company's seal. 50 Sol. 

J. 647 [1906]. 



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199 



EVIDENCE 



Estoppel in relation to a shipowners' liability. 
50 Sol. J. 340 [1906]. 

Misapplication of the doctrine of estoppel. 

[Thaddeus D. Kenneson] 5 Colum. L. 

Rev. 261 [1905]. 
Negotiability and estoppel. [John S. Ewait] 

16 Law Q. Rev. 135; 108 L. T. 397, 

422. 471 [1900]. 
New phase of equitable estoppel. [Silas 

Alward] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 113 [1905]. 
Statutory powers of married women as to 

realty — barring title — estoppel. [Chas. 

W. McKinn^l 54 Cent. L. J. 66 [1902]. 
The statutory estoppel under the Bills of 

Uding act, 1855. 45 Sol. J. 421 [1901]. 
ETHICS. 

See Legal Ethics. 
Etiology and treatment of criminiality. 

[Daniel R. Brower] 15 Med. Leg. J. 361 

[1898]. 

EUGENICS. See Marriage. 

Evarts, William MaxweU. [1818-1901.] 
Obituary. 35 Am. L. Rev. 291 ; 63 Alb. 
L. J. 107 [1901]. 

— laywer and statesman. [J. Hampden 
Dougherty] 10 Am. Law. 4, 59 [1902). 

EVIDENCE. 
See also Expert Testimony; Privileged Com- 
munications. 

The admissibility of confessions. 2 Bom. L. 
R. 157 [1900]. 

Admissibility of declarations of the insured 
against the beneficiary. [Albert Martin 
Kales] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 509 [1906]. 

The admissibility of declarations as part of 
the res gesta. [Francis H. Bohlen] 51 
Am. L. Reg. 187 [1903]. 

The admissibility of evidence on a former 
trial when the witness is absent from the 
state on a subsequent trial of the same 
case. [R. G. Hutchinson] 50 Cent. L. 
J. 244 [1900]. 

Admissibility of evidence illegally obtained. 
[Max J. Kphler] 60 Alb. L. J. 204 [1899]. 

The admissibility of evidence to establish oral 
contemporaneous inducing promises to 
affect written instruments in Penn- 
sylvania. [Stanley Polz] 52 Am. L. 
Reg. 601 [1904]. 

Admissibility, weight, and effect of evidence 
of experiments. [Archibald R. Watson 
33 Am. L. Rev. 28; 6 West. Res. L. J. 
29 [1900]. 



Are state rules of evidence other than stat- 
utory, not in conflict with federal legis- 
lation, binding on federal courts sitting 
in that state? [James McCabe]. 60 
Alb. L. J. 297 [1899]. 

Bloodhound evidence. 8 Law Notes [N. Y.] 
364 [1904]. 

Burden of proof. 67 J. P. 529 [1903]. 
Burden of proof in actions against carriers 

for injuries to passengers and damage to 

freight. [R. O. Summcrrille] 60 Cent. 

L. J. 123 [1905]. 
Burden of proof in bailment. [Irving 

Browne] 49 Cent. L. J. 61 [1899]. 
Burden of proof in cases of marine disaster. 

[Frederic Cunningham] 39 Am. L. 

Rev. 178 [1905]. 
Burden of proof in certain civil actions. [R. 

W. Winston] 1 N. C. Jnl. of Law. 6 

[1904]. 
The burden of proving a case. 106 L. T. 358 

[1899]. 
Competency of evidence relating to physical 

condition. [Glenda Burice Slasrmaker] 

56 Cent. L. J. 83 1903]. 
The competency of parole proof in questions 

of liability on bills of exchange. [C. R. 

A. Howden] 11 Scot. L. T. 41 [1903]. 
Constructive republication and interested 

witnesses. 107 L. T. 182 [1899]. 
Correct doctrine of res gesta. [Edwin H. 

Flueck] 31 Wash. L. R. 502, 518, 534 

[1903]. 
Corroborative evidence in motor car cases. 

70 J. P. 290 [1906]. 
Cross-examination. 71 J. P. 385, 397, 409 

[1907]. 
Degrees of proof and burdens of proof. 

[Austin Abbott] 2 Brief, 220 [1900]. 
Discovery and inspection. 1 19 L. T. 99 [1905]. 
Discovery in Massachusetts. [Frank W. 

GrinneU) 16 Harv. L. Rev. 110, 193 

[1902-3]. 
Discovery under the Judicature Acts. 1873, 

1875. [C. C. LangdeU] 12 Harv. L. 

Rev. 151 [1898]. 
Discrediting one's own witness. 66 J. P. 146 

[1902]. 
The distinction between questions of law and 

fact. 108 L. T. 360 [1900]. 
Doctrine of res gestae in the law of evidence. 

[Sidney L. Phipson] 19 Law Q. Rev. 435 

[1903]. 



EVIDENCE 



140 



EVIDENCE 



Doctrine of res gestae in the law of evidence: 
a reply. [N. W. Sibl^] 20 Law Q. Rev. 
85 [1904]. 

Documentary exceptions to the rule against 
hearsay. [WilUam B. GiUmcM-e] 22 N. 
J. L. J. 163 [1899]. 

Dying declarations. [Andrew J. Hirshl] 17 

Med. Leg. Jour. 281 [1899]. 
Dying declarations. [Wilbur Larremore] 

41 Am. L. Rev. 660 [1907]. 
EdaIJi, George, The strange case of. 10 

Uw Notes [N. Y.] 230 [1907]. 
The eflFect of conclusive evidence. 47 Sol. J. 

406 [1903]. 
Entries and declarations against interest. 

[Harry C. Bush and Eldon R. James] 

40 Ohio L. B. 226 [1898] 
Entries made elsewhere than in the books of 

parties to the litigation, in the usual 

course of business or duty. [Harry C. 

Busch and Elden R. James] 40 Ohio 

L. B. 215 [1898]. 
Entries made in the account book of a party 

to the litigation. [Harry C. Busch and 

Elden R. James] 40 Ohio L. B. 202 

[1898]. 
Equitable ownership. 122 L. T. 312 [1907]. 
Estimates of distance. [Charles C. Moore] 

11 Law Notes [N. Y.] 5 [1907]. 
Evidence admissible on a bankruptcy peti- 
tion. 46 Sol. J. 64 [1901]. 
Evidence admissible to prove a sale a mort- 
gage. [J. A. Saldanha] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 

320 [1906]. 
Evidence in divorce cases. 114 L. T. 397 

[1903]. 
Evidence of character. 68 J. P. 385 [1904]. 
Evidence of character in civil and criminal 

proceedings. [David Torrance] 12 Yale 

L. J. 352 [1903]. 
Evidence of financial condition, social status 

and domestic relations. [Archibald R. 

Watson] 49 Cent. L. J. 226 [1899]. 
Evidence of foreign witnesses. 42 L. J. 567 

[1907]. 
Evidence of handwriting. 45 Sol. J. 6 [1900]. 
Evidence of intent of parties. *21 Nat. Corp. 

Rep. 457 [1900]. 
Evidence of posting letters. 108 L. T. 28 

[1899]. 
Evidence of precautions and repairs subse- 
quent to injuries. [Cyrus J. Wood] 

52 Cent. L. J. 225 [1901]. 



Evidence to prove negligence of master in 
employing incompetent or unfit servant. 
[Seymour D. Thompson] 60 Cent. L. J. 
104 [1905] 

Evidence to show intent. [Ernest E. Wil- 
liams] 23 Uw Q. Rev. 28 [1907]. 

Evidence versus psychology. [F. Beecher] 

24 Can. L. T. 195 [1904]. 
An experiment in evidence. [Waddill Catch- 

ings] 16 Green Bag»383; 117 L.T. 321 

[1904]. 
Extrinsic evidence in aid of interpretation. 

[Sidney L. Phipson] 20 Law Q. Rev. 245 

[1904]. 
Extrinsic evidence in the construction of 

wills. 44 Sol. J. 713 [1900]; 46 do. 771 

[1902). 
Foreign law and its proof. [E. Lafleur] 

3 Rev. L^. 393 [1897]. 
The growth of the hearsay rule, with a 

tabular exposition of its exceptions. 

["Roger De Coverly"] 64 Alb. L. J. 307 

[1902]. 
Growth of the law of evidence. 63 J. P. 577 

[1899]. 
Handwriting as evidence. 60 Alb. L. J. 45 

[1899]. 
Handwriting expert testimony. [Albert S. 

Osbom] 65 Alb. J. L. 9 [1903]. 
History of the hearsay rule. [John H. Wig- 
more] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 437 [1904]. 
History of the law of evidence. [Lord Kin- 

caimey) 11 Jurid. Rev. 1 [1899]. 
History of the rule of parol evidence. [John 

H. Wigmore] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 338 

[1904]. 
How to find your facts. [Ernest A. Jelf.] 
L Introductory. 110 L. T. 428 1901]. 

II. By obtaining admissions. 110 L. T. 
472 [1901]. 

III. By the inspection and examination 
of documents. 110 L. T. 518 [1901). 

IV. By taking proofs of witnesses. 110 
L. T. 565 [1901]. 

V. By the art of the detective. HI L. 
T. 89. 114 [1901]. 

VI. By consulting books, maps, and pub- 
lic documents, and by advertisement. 
Ill L. T. 207 [1901]. 

VII. By the assistance of experts. Ill L. 
T. 229 [1901]. 

VIII. By viewing the locus in quo and by 
photographs. Ill L. T. 276 [1901]. 




EVIDENCE 



141 



EVIDENCE 



IX. The exhibits. Ill L. T. 298 ;19011. 

X. By elaborating the evidence in court 
and by cross-examination. Ill L. T. 
323 [1901]. 

XI. Conclusion. Ill L. T. 347 [1901]. 
Imaginary attention and secondary attention 

in connection with memory. [Charles 

C. Moore] 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 146 

[1905J. 
Improbabilities. [Charles C. Moore] 10 

Law Notes [N. Y.] 225 [1907]. 
Ink as a witness. 61 Alb. L. J. 105 [1900]. 
Insanity and murder — a theory as to the 

burden of proof. [Luke Manning 

Bates] 49 Cent. L. J. 163 [1899]. 
Judicial notice of what constitutes a poisonous 

dose of morphine. [William A. Pur- 

rington] 2 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 10 

[1905]. 
Legal and scientific inquiry. [C. J. Lan- 

genhoTen] 18 S. A. L. J. 363 [1901]. 
Legal recognition of forgetfulness. 6 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 36 [1902]. 
Light and sight. [Charies C. Moore] 11 

Law Notes [N. Y.] 106 [1907]. 
Maps as evidence. 107 L. T. 341 [1899]. 
The measurement of distance. 120 L. T. 169 

[1905]. 
Memoranda to refresh mind of witness and as 

substitute for witness's recollection. 

[John D. Lindsay] 3 Bench and Bar, 

N. Y.. 12, 53. 97 [1905]. 
Memory of conversations. 8 Law Notes 

[N.Y.] 448 [1905]. 
Memory of dates. [Charles C. Moore] 

10 Law Notes, N. Y., 9 [1906]. 

The new act concerning demurrers to evi- 
dence [Virginia]. [S. S. P. Patteson] 

11 Va. L. Reg. 959; 12 do. 275 [1906]. 

— [Archer A. Phlegar] 12 Va. L. Reg. 195 

[1906]. 

— [Frederick Wilmer Sims] 12 Va. L. Reg. 

355 [1906]. 
Number of persons or objects. [Charles 

C. Moorel 11 Law Notes [N. Y.] 146 

[1907]. 
**Onus probandi" [Ro&er De Coverly] 64 

Alb. L. J. 5 [1902]. 
Opinion evidence. [Denis O'Brien] 1 Colum. 

L. Rev. 180 [1901]. 
Oral proof of contents of writing. [George 

L Wooley] 9 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 88 

[1907]. 



Oral testimony to vary written. [J. J. 
CrandaU] 27 N. J. L. J. 299 [1904]. 

Photographs as evidence. 3 N. Ir. Jur. 291 
[1903]; [Sumner Kenner] 60 Cent. L. 
J. 406 [1905]. 

Photographs in evidence. 9 Law Notes [N. 
Y.] 166 [1905]. 

Physical resemblence as evidence of kinship. 
22 Nat. Corp. Rep. 51 [1901]. 

A plea for the just valuation of facts. [Alex- 
ander Hamilton] 13 Am. Law. 4 [1905]. 

Present and future of the law of evidence. 

[James Bradley Thayer] 12 Harv. L. 

Rev. 71 [1898]. 
The presumption and burden of proof in 

actions against carriers. [W. P. Schu- 

ermeyer] 67 Alb. L. J. 136 [1905]. 

Presumption of life, death, and survivorship. 

40 Ir. L. T. 41, 47 53, 59 [1906]. 
Presumption of the foreign law. [Albert 

Martin Kales] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 401 

[1906]. 
Presumptions of death and survivorship and 

proof thereof. [S. S. Merrill] 59 Cent. 

L. J. 464 [1904]. 
Presumptions and burden of proof in actions 

against carriers for injury to passengers 

and damage to freight. [R. O. Sum- 

merviUe] 60 Cent. L. J. 123 [1905]. 

Production of report by a constable on his 
cross-examination. 65 J. P. 209 [1901]. 

Promotion of hearsay evidence. [Charles 
C. Moore] 10 Law Notes [N. Y.] 64 [1906] 

Proof by figures. [Tighe Hopkins] 1 19 L. T. 

561 [1905]. 
Proof in civil cases charging crime. 16 Nat. 

Corp. Rep. 833 [1898]. 
Proof of byelaws. 69 J. P. 481 [1905]. 
Proof of public ways. 66 J. P. 49 [1902]. 
The proper custody of documents. 108 L. T. 

580 [1900]. 
Propriety of direct evidence of intention. 

[Colin P. CampbeU] 58 Cent. L. J. 445 

[1904]. 
Putting in one's own case on cross-exam- 
ination. [John H. Wigmore] 14 Yale 

L. J. 26 [1904]. 
Queen Caroline's case. [Adolph Moses] 

24 Nat. Corp. Rep. 74 [1902]. 

Refreshing and supplementing recollection. 
[Harry C. Busch and Eldon R. James] 

40 Ohio L. B. 234 [1898]. 



EVIDENCE 



142 



EVOLUTION 



Refreshing the memory. 64 J. P. 2 [1900]. 

Relevancy of evidence of price paid for sim- 
ilar land in vicinity to show land value. 
[Charles L. Bartlett] S6 Cent. L. J. 45 
[1903]. 

Res gestae. 122 L. T. 267 [1907]. 

The responsive answer in equity considered 
as evidence for the defendant. [John 
Marshall Gest] 52 Am. L. R^. 537, 642 
[1904]. 

Right of the jury to review the decisions of 
the court upon the admissibility of evi- 
dence as illustrated in the law of dying 
declarations. [Victor H. Lane] 1 Mich. 
L. Rev. 624 [1903]. . 

The Roman-Dutch law of evidence. 19 S. A. 
L. J. 258. 373 [1902]. 

Separate examination of married women. 
104 L. T. 147 [1897]. 

The serum or precipitin test for blood: it^ 
forensic aspect. [P. C. Gane] 24 S. A. 
L. J. 4 [1907]. 

Shop book rule. 12 Bench and Bar, N. V., 14 
[1908]. 

Should the "prima facie rule" be abolished^ 

[Orville S. Brumhack] 40 Ohio L. B. 

324 [1898]. 
Should the ''scintilla rule'* be abolished? 

[James Troup] 40 Ohio L. B. 268; [J. A. 

Flory] 40 do. 306 [1898]; [OryiUe S. 

Brumhack] 41 do. 210 [1899]. 
Some evidence statutes that Illinois ought to 

have. [John H. Wigmore] 1 111. L. 

Rev. 9 [1906]. 
Some evils of the present system of producing 

evidence in equity cases. [Charles 

Martindale] 10 Am. Uw. 400 [1902]. 
Some laws of evidence. [W. £. Hume- 
Williams] 122 L. T. 397 [1907]. 
Some notes on the law of evidence. [Mr. 

Justice Walton] 118 L. T. 557 [1905]. 
Sound and hearing. [Charles C. Moore] 11 

Uw Notes [N. Y.] 87 [1907]. 
Specially admissible evidence — res gestae. 

114 L. T. 131. 154 [19021; [N. W. 

Sihlcy] 19 Uw Q. Rev. 203 [1903]. 
A story of circumstantial evidence. The long 

arm of coincidence. 11 Green Bag, 398 

[1899]. 
A summary review of the question of the 

anus prohandi. [Michael S. Loeb] 59 

Alb. L. J. 384 [1899]. 



Testimony concerning publication of wills. 
[Charles C. Moore] 11 Uw Notes 
[N. v.] 65 [1907]. 

Testimony of women. 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 
229 [1906]. 



The theory of evidence. [Henry T. T«Ty] 

13 Yale L. J. 190 [1904]. 
Theory upon which dying declarations are 

admitted in evidence. [William A. 

Purrington] 11 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 

91 [1907]. 
The truth in court. [Uwrence Houseman] 

40 Am. L. Rev. 592 [1906]. 
Uncontradicted testimony of interested wit- 
nesses. [Charies C. Moore] 10 Uw 

Notes [N. Y.] 147 [1906]. 
The victim in evidence. [Henry Bums 

Geer] 14 Green Bag. 283 [1902). 
A view of the ))arol-evidence rule. [John H. 

Wigmore] 47 Am. L. R^. 337, 432, 683 

[1899]. 
Weight of ex parte affidavits. 9 Uw Notes 

[N. Y.] 209 [1906]. 
What constitutes a book of original entry? 

[William D. Seddon] 21 N. J. L. J. 106 

[1898]. 
What is evidence? [A. J. Ashton] 120 L. T. 

482 [1906]. 
When may parol evidence be admitted to 

show the real consideration of a warranty 

deed. [Walter J. Lotz] 59 Cent. L. J. 

423 [1904]. 
When to keep silent on cross-examination. 

[Richard Harris] 2 Can. L. Rev. 235 

[1903]. 
"Without prejudice.*' 50 Sol. J. 372; 40 Ir. 

L. T. 159 [1906]. 
Evolution and basis of our nationality. 

[Joseph Culbertson Clayton] 63 Alb. 

L. J. 305 [1901]. 

— of American citizenship. JWilliam L. 

Scruggs] 1 So. L. Rev. 182 [1901]. 

— of banldng law. [Thomas B. Paton] 

19 Bank. L. J. 327 [1902]. 

— of judicial opinion. [Emlin McClain] 

36 Am. L. Rev. 801; 10 Am. Uw. 386 
[19021; 114 L. T. 179. 198. 217 [1902-3]; 
2 Can. L. Rev. 269, 348 [1903]. 
^ of law. [J. G. Slonedcer] 11 Kan. Uw. 1 
[Dec. 1904-Jan. 1905]. 

— of the rule relating to boycotts. [Robert 

L. McWilliams] 41 Am. L. Rev. 336 
[1907]. 



EVOLUTION 



143 EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS 



EToludon of the "Pub" — a sketch of the 
earlier history of the licensing laws. [H. 
J. RandaU] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 316 [1904]. 

Ewlng, Ephraim B. 11819-1873.] Sketch, 
with portrait. [Cliaries W. Sloan] 

11 Green Bag, 441 [1899]. 

Examination of party before trial. 4 Okla. 
L. J. 1 [1905]. 

— of title lender of a public body. 18 

Scot. L. Rev. 190 [1902]. 
Examinations before trial since the Gold- 
mark case. [Raymond D. Tliurber] 
10 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 52 [1907]. 

— before trial to frame pleadings. [Ray- 

mond D. Tlmrber] 4 Bench and Bar, 
N. Y., 11, 60 [1906). 

— for the bar. [Lawrence Maxwell, Jr.] 

16 Green Bag, 89 [1904]. 

Excliequer of the Jews. [H. D. Hazeltine] 
18 Uw Q. Rev. 305 [1902]. 

EXECUTION. 

Effect of notice of rent due when tenant's 
goods are taken in execution. 106 L. T. 
145 [1898]. 

ExecuUon. 119 L. T. 53 [1905]. 

Execution against a debtor in the house of a 
third party. 105 L. T. 28 [1898]. 

Execution against a married woman when dis- 
covert. 107 L. T. 294 [1899]. 

Execution of decrees against holders of im- 
partible estates. 16 Mad. L. J. 1 [1906]. 

Execution of distress warrants for poor rate. 
62 J. P. 146. 163 [1898]. 

Execution of mortgage decrees. [J. A. 
Saldanha] 6 Bom. L. R. 2 [1904]. 

Execution of warrants. 71 J. P. 677 [1907]. 

Rights of execution creditors — does lodg- 
ment of security in court by a claimant 
protect the goods from a second seizure? 
34 Ir. L. T. 229 [1900]. 

When County G>urt execution binds the prop- 
erty. 26 L. Notes [Gib.] 277 [1907]. 

Executions and executioners. [Jolin 
De Morgan] 12 Green Bag, 125 [1900]. 

EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS. 

The appointment of an executor by delegated 
authority. [H. H. Smitli] 60 Alb. L. J. 
141 [1899]. 

Can a convict's administrator bar an estate 
tail? 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 80, 143 [1906]. 

Commentary on the Executors (Scotland) 
Act, 1900. [W. Wright] 22 Scot. L. 
Rev. 1 [1906]. 



Concurrance of non-proving executors on 
sale of freeholds. 108 L. T. 267 [1900]. 

Conversion of an executor into a trustee. 
50 Sol. J. 150 [1906]. 

Disqualification of executors on other than 
statutory grounds — personal and im- 
moral unfitness. [Jolin W. Smith] 61 
Cent. L. J. 106 [1905]. 

Duty of executors to give notice to legatees 
of conditional gifts. 39 Ir. L. T. 393 
[1905]. 

Executors' liability on leases. 49 Sol. J. 
836 [1905]. 

Executors of deceased traders. 105 L. T. 25, 
124 [1898]. 

Executors' right of retainer. [R. B. Hender- 
son] 18 Can. L. T. 73 [1898]. 

Executor's right to appointed land. 50 Sol. 
J. 800 [1906]. 

Following trust funds in cases of insolvency 
or administration. [Cliaries A. Diclc- 
son] 34 Am. L. Rev. 342 [1900]. 

Hinde Palmer's act. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 370 
[1906]. 

Inroad upon fiduciary int^rity. [Edson 
R. Sunderland] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 349 
[1906]. 

The liability of a partner's executor. 
[George W. Pepper] 54 Am. L. R^. 
565 [1906]. 

Personal liability of executors in Scotland 
and England. [William P. Trotter] 
13 Jurid. Rev. 320 [1901]. 

The personal representative's right of retainer^ 
33 Ir. L. T. 399 [1899]. 

Preferential payments by executors. 51 Sol. 
J. 125 [1906]. 

Power of administrator durante absentia to 
give receipts. 51 Sol. J. 479 [1907]. 

Relation to each other of different admin- 
istrators. [Tliaddeus D. Kenneson] 
6 Colum. L. Rev. 15 [1906]. 

Renumeration of trustees and executors. 
[Edward Manaon] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 185 
[1903]. 

Retainer in administration. 45 Sol. J. 482 
[1901]. 

Right of administrator to retain out of in- 
solvent estate. 34 Ir. L. T. 279 [1900]. 

Sales of leaseholds by executors. 47 Sol. J. 
447 [1903]. 

Sales of leaseholds by personal representa- 
tives. 38 Ir. L. T. 135 [1904]. 



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EXPERT TESTIMONY 



A wife's right of retainer as executrix. 49 
Sol. J. 577 [19041. 

Executory deWses in Illinois. [Louis M. 
Greel^l 14 Harv. L. Rev. 695 [1901]. 

Executory interests, Indiana legislation 
concerning. [Morris McDonald Town- 
ley) 3 Ind. L. J. 7. 67. 100 [1899]. 

EXEMPTIONS. 

Exemption laws and public policy. [Stan- 
ley Fol2] 53 Am. L. Reg. 721 [1905]. 

Exemption of private property at sea from 
capture. [Edwin Maxey] 18 Green Bag, 
155 [1906]. 

Exemption on abatement. [W. P. M. 
Blade] 12 Scot. L. Rev. 233 [1896]. 

Exemptions from jury duty. 60 Alb. L. J. 
398 [1899]. 

The landlord's hypothec and tools of trade. 
[Thomas M. Stewart] 12 Scot. L. Rev. 
176 [1896]. 

EXPERT TESTIMONY. 

Defense of insanity in criminal cases and med- 
ical expert testimony. A judicial view. 
[Henderson M. Somerville] 15 Am. 
Law. 309. An expert's view. [Allan 
McLane Hamilton] 15 Am. Law. 
311. A defense of the present system. 
[James W. Osborne] 15 Am. Law. 
311. A condemnation of the present 
system. [John F. Mclntire] 15 Am. 
Uw. 312 [1907J. 

Examination of the medical expert. [H. B. 
Hutchinsl3 Mich. L. Rev. 620. 597 [1905]. 

Elxpert medical testimony. [Jos. £. Mc- 
DougaU] 1 Can. L. Rev. 473 [1902]. 

Expert opinion as to insurance risk. [John 
H. Wigmore] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 67 ]1902]. 

Expert testimony — a discussion. 50 Am. 
L. Reg. 346 [1902]. 

Expert testimony from the standpoint of the 
witness. (Albert S. Osbom] 67 Alb. 
L. J. 330 [1905]. 

Expert testimony in patent cases. [James 
H. Raymond] 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 1097 
[1898]. 

Expert testimony: its abuses and uses. 
[Persifor Frazer] 50 Am. L. R^. 65 
[1902]. 

Experts and their testimony. [Persifor 
Frazer] 46 Am. L. Reg. 735 [1898]. 

Historical and practical considerations re- 
garding expert testimony. [Learned 
Hand] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 40 [1901). 



An honest expert. [C. H. Reeve] 1 Ind. L. 
J. 100 [1898]. 

How to get an expert opinion. [Albert S. 
Osbom] 37 Am. L. Rev. 380 [1903]. 

Medical books in expert evidence. [Joseph 
H. Taulane] 54 Am. L. Reg. 327 [1906]. 

Medical expert and the legal examiner. 
[John C. Patterson] 11 Green Bag, 356 

[1899]. 

Medical expert evidence. [Lucius A. Emery] 
39 Am. L. Rev. 481; 23 Med. L^. J. 224 
[1905]. 

Medical expert evidence. [E. F. B. John- 
ston] 37 Can. L. J. 444 [1901]. 

Medical expert evidence in the case of the 
Davis — Bellevue Hospital homicide case. 
[R. L. Pritchard] 19 Med. Leg. J. 1 
[1901]. 

Medical expert evidence — the obstacles to 
radical change in the present system. 
[William Bartlett]^ Law Notes [N. Y.] 
167 [1899]; 34 Am. L. Rev. 1 [1900]. 

Medical expert testimony. [J. B. Ransom] 
16 Med. Leg. Jour. 30 [1898]. 

Medical expert testimony. [E. E. S. Wood] 
9 Am. Uw. 92 [1899]. 

Medical men and expert evidence. 3 N. Ir. 
Jur. 28 [1902]. 

The office of the expert witness. [M. J. 
Wade] 1 Am. Uw Sch. Rev. 225 [1904]. 

Opinion evidence. [Denis O'Brien] 1 
Colum. L. Rev. 180 [1901]. 

Physicians — expert witnesses, some reforms. 
[Henry Wolhnan] 17 Med. L^. J. 20 
[1899]. 

Prepossession and bias of opinion witnesses to 
handwriting. [Charles C. Moore] 10 
Uw Notes [N. Y.] 205 [1907]. 

The proper scope of scientific (so-called 
expert) testimony in trials involving 
pharmocologic questions. [Solomon 
Solis-Cohen] 39 Am. L. Rev. 187; 
119 L. T. 415 [1905]. 

Regulation of expert testimony as to dis- 
puted handwriting. [WiUiam J. Kins- 
ley] 65 Alb. L. J. 108 [1903]. 

Rehabilitation of the medical expert witness. 
[Albert Bach] 18 Med. Leg. J. 479 
[1901]. 

Some experinces as a medical expert. 
[Victor C. Vaughn] 35 Chic. L^. N. 77 
[1902]. 



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145 



FAMILY 



Typewriting expert testimony. [Albert S. 
Osbora] 63 Alb. L. J. 472 [1901], revised 
and illustrated in 38 Chic. Leg. N. 312 
[1906]. 

The use and abuse of expert evidence. [M.J. 
Wade] 12 Am. Uw. 118 [1904]. 

Weak points in expert testimony. [Eugene 
C. Poster] 63 Alb. L. J. 277 [1901]. 

What reforms in the nature of expert testi- 
mony are advisable. 58 Alb. L. J. 251 
[1898]. 

EXPLOSIVES. 

Local authorities and explosives. 66 J. P. 
545 [1902]. 

Expropriation by international arbitration. 
[Charles Noble Gregory] 21 Harv. L. 
Rev. 23 [1907]. 

— of land for public purposes. [A. H. B. 
Constable] 13 Jurid Rev. 164 [1901]. 

— of property. [Silas Alward] 18 Can. L. 

T. 230 [1898]. 
Eztracton of the Court of Session. 19 Scot. 

L. Rev. 213 [1903]. 
EXTRADITION. 
Cohen extradition proceedings. 2 Can. L. 

Rev. 74 [1902]. 
A constitutional question suggested by the 

trial of William D. Haywood. [Cliarles 

P. McCarthy] 19 Green Bag. 636 [1907]. 
Extradition. [Lawrence Irwell] 14 Green 

Bag. 314 [1902]. 
Extradition of bankrupts. 1 Okla. L. J. 23 

[1902]. 
The extradition of Gaynor and Greene. 

[William Lambert Barnard] 17 Green 

Bag. 652 [1905]. 
The Gaynor and Greene extradition proceed- 
ings. 1 Can. L. Rev. 537; 2 do. 9, 594 

[1902-3]. 
Interstate crime and interstate extradition. 

[Wilbur Larremore] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 

532 [1899]. 
Interstate extradition. [Lewis Hochhei- 

mer] 49 Cent. L. J. 104 [1899]. 
Interstate extradition of federal prisoners. 

[Emory Spear] 65 Alb. L. J. 5 [1903]. 
Interstate extradition of witnesses. 6 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 159 [1902]. 
Some recent extradition proceedings. [Joseph 

W. Rice] 11 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 165 

[1907]. 
Ejrre, Governor, and martial law. 112 L. T. 

153 [1901]. 



Ejrre, Lord Chief Justice. Portrait. 16 
Green Bag. 473 [1904]. 

Factories act, 1901, and the Workmen's 
Compensation act, 1897. 46 Sol. J. 148 
[1901]. 

Factory and Worlcshop act, 1901. Pay- 
ment of expenses incurred under the. 48 
Sol. J. 732, 739 [1904]. 

Factory inspectors and sanitary authorities. 
65 J. P. 51 [1901]. 

— legislation. 70 J. P. 267 [1906]. 

— sanitation and outworkers. 70 J. P. 350 

[1906]. 
Faculty of advocates and law reporting. 

[G. L. Macfarlane] 18 Jurid. Rev. 399 

[1906]. 
Faculty of procurators in Glasgow. [David 

Murray] 13 Scot. L. Rev. 36 [1897]. 
Fair comment. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 177 

[1903]. 

— and qualified privilege. [Norman de H. 

Rowland] 4 Com. L. Rev. 202 [1907]. 
Fairs, Onmarketsand. 113 L.T. 318 [1902]. 
Faith versus physic. [Charles J. Hailes] 

59 Alb. L. J. 305 [1899]. 
FALKLAND ISLANDS. 
Modes of legislation in the British colonies: 

Falkland Islands. [W. Gray Wilson] 

2 J. Comp. L^. 115 [1900]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [Sir Courtenay 

Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 102 [1896J. 
— 1896. [Alexander Pulling] 2 J. Comp. 

Leg. o. s. 214 [1897]. 

— 1897. [Sir Courtenay Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. 

L^. 133 [1899]. 

— 1898. [E. Manson] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 528 

[1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 595 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 389 [190)]. 

~ 1901. [Michael H. Rafferty] 4 J. Comp. 
Leg. 320 [1902]. 

— 1902. [Henry E. Gumer] 5 J. Comp. 

Leg. 407 [1904]. 

— 1903. [Edward Manson] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 

426 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 194 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Ug. 503 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. L^. 375 [1907]. 
FAMILY. 

Family and the law of family in ancient Arabia 
and under the Mohammedan doctrines. 
[Clifford S. Walton] 54 Am. L. Reg. 
453 [1906]. 



FAMILY 



146 



FEUDALISM 



Family solidarity: a lawyer's studies in 
biblical law. [DaTid Werner Amram] 
14 Green Bag, 490 [1902]. 

New code of international family law. 

[Simeon E. Baldwin] 12 Yale L. J. 487 

[1903]. 
Organization of the family in the French Gvil 

Code. [Charles Cans] 14 Jurid. Rev. 

281 [1902]. 
Farmer, William M., Judge. [1853-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 38 Chic. Leg. N. 

694 [1906]. 
Pawkes, Archibald Walter. [1855-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 21 S. A. L. J. 325 

[1904]. 
Fee-farm grantees under the Church Tem- 
poralities acts, and section 40 of the Land 

act of 1896. 32 Ir. L. T. 201 [1898]. 
— rents purchased from the Crown. [T. 

Bennet] 19 Law Q. Rev. 417 [1903]. 

FEES. 

Attorney's fees. 15 Nat. Corp. Rep. 391 [1897]. 
Contingent fees. [Robert H. Fatten] 36 

Chic. Leg. N. 127 [1903]. 
Court fees on counter-claims and on claims 

to contribution and indemnity. [G. 

Pitt-Lewis] 110 L. T. 500. 520, 568, 595 

[1901]. 
Court fees in licensing matters. 71 J. P. 362 

[1907]. 
Determinable fees in American jurisdiction. 

[John Maicy Zane] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 

297 [1904]. 
The fees of arbitrators. 68 J. P. 268 [1904]. 
Fees on stamping weights and measures. 

65 J. P. 370 [1901]. 
Fees payable by new justices. 71 J. P. 519 

[1907]. 
The fixing of counsels' fees. 41 Ir. L. T. 191, 

197 [1907]. 
Honorary medical officers of hospitals and 

coronors* courts. 62 J. P. 290 [1898]. 
Justices' clerks' fees. 63 J. P. 289 [1899]. 
Land r^stry fees. 113 L. T. 173 [1902]. 
Legal remuneration. [Grantham R. Dodd] 

36 L. J. 504; 111 L. T. 537 [1901]. 
Master's fees. [G. Fred. Rush] 22 Nat. 

Corp. Rep. 265 [1901]. 
Methods of legal remuneration in contentious 

matters. [John MacdonneU] 1 J. Comp. 

Leg. o. s. .241 [1897]. 
The negotiating fee and costs on a re-sale. 

47 Sol. J. 312 [1903]. 



The new Court of Session fees. 13 Scot. L. 
Rev. 1 [1897]. 

Officers receiving fees for extra work. 69 J. 
P. 495 [1905]. 

The payment of fees and the custody of papers. 
[Frank H. Mackintosh] 64 Alb. L. J. 
47 [1902]. 

The receipting of counsel's fees. 41 Ir. L. T. 
221, 227 [1907J. 

Right of a barrister to sue for fees due. 33 Ir. 

L. T. 267 [1899]. 
Sheriff Court fees. 12 Scot. L. Rev. 33 [1896]. 
Stamped receipts for counsel's fees. 26 L. 

Notes [Gib.] 54 [1907). 
What should a lawyer charge? 1 1 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 46 [1907]. 
Skilled witnesses' fees. 13 Scot. L. Rev. 89 

[1897]. 
Feldman, Charles L. [1863-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 75 

[1899]. 

FELLOW SERVANT. 

See Negligence, 
Felo de se. [H. C. White] 4 West. Res. L. 

J. 1 [1898]. 
FELONS. 
Civil death in Virginia: suits against felons. 

[W. AUen Perkins] 10 Va L. R^. 849 

[1905]. 
Felon's paradise: Botany Bay in the thirties. 

[Tighe Hopkins] 115 L. T. 348, 409, 

425 [1903]. 
FENCES. 
Spite fences and other structures. 4 Law 

Notes [N. v.] 204 [1901]. 
Ferguson, Thomas. [1838-1904.] Judge. 

Obituary, with portrait. 3 Can. L. Rev. 

476 [1904]. 

FERRIES. 

The effect of bridge building at ferries. 71 

J. P. 158 [1907]. 
Maintenance of ferries. 70 J. P. 614 [1906]. 
Feudal tenures in Western India. [J. A. 

Saldanha]. 

I. The Jareja land-tenure of Kutch. 5 

Bom. L. R. 188 [1903]. 

II. The Gras Tenure of Gujerat. 6 Bom. 
L. R. 41, 49 [1904]. 

III. Maratha Jaghirs. 6 Bom. L. R. 97 
[1904]. 

Feudalism, The new. [Benjamin A. 
Richmond] 6 Am. Law. 413 [1898]. 



FICTION 



147 



FIJI 



FICTION. 

"District Attorney Warren." (L. W. Hum- 
phreys] 7 Brief, 284 [1907]. 

Great trials in fiction. 

I. The YaCton Estates. 11 Am. Law. 157 

[1903]. 

II. Effie Deans. 11 Am. Law. 207 [1903]. 

III. The last sentence. 11 Am. Law. 253 
[1903]. 

IV. The Belcher claim. 11 Am. Law. 301 
[1903]. 

V. In a Russian Court. 11 Am. Law. 397, 
445 [1903]. 

VI. In defense of his client. 11 Am. Law. 
517 [1903]. 

The law as treated in fiction. [Allan R. 

Campbell] 113 L. T. 415 [1902]; 14 

Green Bag, 364 [1902]. 
Legal tales. 59 Alb. L. J. 483 [1899]; 61 do. 

104 [1900]. 
A list of l^al novels. [John H. Wigmore] 

2 Brief, 124 [1900]. 
Long arm of coincidence. A story of cir- 
cumstantial evidence. 11 Green Bag, 

398 [1899]. 
A "novel" authority. Ir. L. T. 117; L. T. 205 

[1904]. 
Novelist's law. Ill L. T. 461 [1901]. 
A story of professional negligence. [Baxter 

Barret] 11 Green Bag, 496 [1899]. 
Wrong without remedy: a l^al satire. 

[Wallace Mc Camant]. 

I. 15 Green Bag, 234. 

II. 15 do. 274. 

III. Threat of receivership. 15 do. 339. 

IV. The freeze-out. 15 do. 373. 

V. The trust balked. 15 do. 436. 

VI. Expenditures necessary, but unlawful. 
15 do. 47L 

VII. The railway lease. 15 do. 526. 

VIII. The nominal director's misfortune. 
15 do. 572 [1903]. 

Pideicommissa and trusts. [George T. 
Morice] 19 S. A. L. J. 149 [1902]. 

Field, David Dudl^, [1805-1894] Char- 
acter of. 33 Am. L. Rev. 572 [1899]. 

Fields Stn>hen Johnson. [1816-1899.] 
Note. 33 Am. L. Rev. 585 [1899]. 

— The late Mr. Justice Field. [Archibald 

Hopkins] 11 Green Bag, 245 [1899]. 

— [George C. Gorham] 3 Law Notes [N. Y.] 

68 (1899]. 



Field, Stephen Johnson. The late justice— 

a brief sketch of the jurist's distinguished 

career. 59 Alb. L. J. 338 [1899]. 
— Obituary. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 289 [1899]. 
Field, Walbridge Abner. [1833-1899.] 

Note. 33 Am. L. Rev. 587 [1899]. 
Field, William Ventris, Lord. (1813-1907.1 

Obituary. 122 L. T. 307 [1907]. 
Fieldhig, Henry, [1707-1754] as a law 

reformer. [Charies Morse] 6 Can. L. 

Rev. 375 [1906]; 19 Green Bag. 453; 

42 L. J. 274 [1907]. 

FIERI FACIAS. 

Seizure of money by sherifif under fieri facias, 

51 Sol. J. 808 [1907]. 
Fifteen decisive battles of the law. 

[Ernest A. Jelf] Introduction. Ill L. 

T. 368 [1901]. 

I. The battle of Ashby and White. Ill 

L. T. 391 [1901]. 

II. The battle of Mitchell and Reynolds. 

111 L. T. 550 [1901]. 

III. The battle of Keech and Sandford. 

112 L. T. 12 [1901]. 

IV. The battle of Ward and Turner. 112 
L. T. 178 [1901]. 

V. The battle of Dovaston and Payne. 

112 L.T. 216 [1902]. 

VI. The battle of Williams and the East 
India Company. 1 12 L. T. 432 [1902]. 

VII. The battle of Butterfield and For- 
rester. 112 L. T. 501 [1902]. 

VIII. The battle of Addison and Gan- 
dassequi. 1 13 L. T. 135 [1902]. 

IX. The battle of Hadley and Baxendale. 

113 L. T. 244 [1902]. 

X. The battle of Limpus and the London 
General Omnibus Company. 113 L. 
T. 266 [1902]. 

XI. The battle of Jones and Just. 113 L. 
T. 395 [1902]. 

XII. The battle of the Mersey Steel Com- 
pany and Naylor. 113 L. T. 517 [1902J. 

XIII. The battle of Queen and Tolson. 

114 L. T. 35 [1902]. 

XIV. The battle of Derby and Peek. 114 
L. T. 128 [1902]. 

XV. The battle of Allen and Flood. 114 
L. T. 236 [1903]. 

Conclusion. Summary. 114 L.T. 291 [1903]. 

FUI. 

Fijian court day. (Andrew T. Sibbald] 
15 Green Bag, 191 [1903]. 



FIJI 



148 



FIRE INSURANCE 



Modes of legislation in Fiji. [J. S. Udal] 
1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 361 [1897]. 

Review of legislation, 18d5. [Sir Courtenay 
nbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 87 [1897]. 

— 1896. [W. F. Craies] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

o. 8. 201 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 122 [18991. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 517 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 582 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 331 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 290 [19021. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp L^. 373 [19041. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp Leg. 382 [19051. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 152 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 465 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 339 [1907]. 

Fillmore, Millard. [1800-1874.] Bio- 
graphical sketch » with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 28 [1899]. 

Finch, Jolm A. [1842-1899.] Obituary, 
18 Nat. Corp. Rep. 567 [1899]. 

— Memorial, with portrait. 3 Ind L. J. 265 

[1899]. 

FINDING LOST PROPERTY. 

The title of a finder. 33 Ir. L. T. 225 [1899]. 
Treasure-trove. 119 L. T. 122 [1905]. 

— 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 28 [1905]. 

— The recent case of. [Robert Munro] 15 

Jurid. Rev. 267 [1903]; 3 Can. L. Rev. 
308 [1904]. 
Treasure-trove and the British museum. 
[William Martin] 20 Law Q. Rev. 27 
[1904]. 

FINES. 

Appropriation of fines. 41 Ir. L. T. 299 [1907]. 
Arbitrary fines and imprisonment for con- 
tempt of court. 108 L. T. 434 [1900]. 
Curious laws of fines and compensation for 

crimes. [Joseph M. Sullivan] 15 Green 

Bag, 592 [1903]. 
Fines in the County Court. 41 Ir. L. T. 305 

[1907]. 
Fines on admittance to copyholds. 107 L. T. 

564 [1899]. 
Small fines and costs. 66 J. P. 98 [1902]. 
Twenty-nine million dollar fine. [Ricliard 

W. Hale] 41 Am. L. Rev. 904 [1907]. 
Finger print, Indentification by. [Tighe 

Hopldns] 114 L. T. 293 [1903]. 
Finger tip impressions from ordinary ink 

pads. 22 Bank L. J. 577 [1905]. 
Fingers, Proof by. [Tighe Hopkins] 119 

L. T. 561 [1905]. 



Finlcelnberg, G. A. [1857-.] Sketch, with 
portrait. 39 Am. L. Rev. 421 [1905]. 

Fire-brigades. 63 J. P. 242 [1899]. 
Fire inquests. 122 L. T. 220 [1907]. 

FIRE INSURANCE. 

Assignment of the benefit of fire policies. 
42 Sol. J. 568 [1898]. 

The cancellation of a policy of fire insurance. 
[M. C. PhiUips] 59 Cent. L. J. 123 [1904]. 

Compensation for property destroyed to stop 
the spread of a conflagration. [Henry 
C. HaU and John H. Wigmore] 1 111. 
L. Rev. 501 [1907]. 

Divisibility of the contract of fire insurance. 
[H. R. Bondies] 65 Alb. L. J. 307 [1903]. 

Fire and life insurance as securities for claims 
of creditors. [Roy Elias Ressler] 60 
Cent. L. J. 284 [1905]. 

Fire insurance as an indemnity contract. 

[Roy Elias Ressler] 59 Cent. L. J. 364 

[1904]. 
Fire insurance as between vendor and pur- 
chaser on a contract for sale of house 

property. [Reginald Poole] 111 L. T. 

534 [1901]. 
Fire insurance — limitation of liability on 

personal property while situated on 

certain premises. [T. W. Brown] 33 

Nat. Corp. Rep. 132 [1906]. 
Is a fire policy a promissavy note, payable 

in event of fire? [Ralph W. Brecken- 

ridge] 56 Cent. L. J. 24 [1903]. 
Joinder of actions in fire insurance litigation. 

[Frederick T. Case] 18 Green Bag, 392 

[1906]. 
Keeping oils forbidden by policies of insurance. 

[W. W. Thornton] 58 Cent. L. J. 343 

[1904]. 
Plea for a uniform contract of fire insurance 

for Canada. [E. R. Cameron] 19 Can. 

L. T. 105 [1899]. 
Some aspects of the meaning of the word 

"concurrent" in use with fire insurance. 

policies. [M. C. PhiUips] 59 Cent. 

L. J. 62 [1904]. 
Some features in the law of fire insurance. 

[Wallace Nesbitt] 2 Can. L. Rev. 200 

[1903]. 
Stipulations in fire insurance contracts af- 
fecting the insured's right of recovery. 

[Roy Elias Ressler] 61 Cent. L. J. 325 

[1905]. 



FIRES 



149 



FOLK 



Fires caused by sparks from locomotives. 
71 J. P. 603 [1907]. 

FISH. 

Attempting to kill salmon. 63 J. P. 243 
[1899]. 

Canadian Fisheries appeal. [C. B. Labatt] 

34 Cent. L. J. 677 [1898]. 

— a reply and rejoinder. )4 Law Q. Rev. 

386; [A. H. F. Lefroy] 34 Can. L. J. 763; 
[C. B. Labatt] 34 Can. L. J. 768 [1898]. 

Fisherman and the law. [John J. O'Connor] 
16 Green Bag, 582 [1904]. 

Fishery concessions to the United States in 
Canada and Newfoundland. [Thomas 
Hodghis] 43 Can. L. J. 465 [1907]. 

The Fishery laws of Ireland. [H. D. Conner] 
1 N. Ir. Jur. 220, 228 [1901]. 

Fishing rights. 66 J. P. 289 [1902]. 

French fishery rights in Newfoundland. 

[Herbert M. Adier] 17 Law Q. Rev. 263; 

1 Can. L. Rev. 33 [1901]. 
Poisoning fish in streams and inland waters. 

69 J. P. 529 [1905]. 

The power of a state to forbid the traffic in or 
the possession of fish when brought in 
from another state or country, as aflfecting 
interstate commerce. [Eugene F. Law] 
60 Cent. L. J. 324 [1905]. 

Fish, Hamilton, [1808-1893] Secretary of 
Sute. [Alfred Spring] 40 Am. L. Rev. 
801 [1906]. 

Fish, Norman D. [1869-]. Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 75 
[1899]. 

Fitzgerald, David C. [1869-]. Biographical 
sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 76 [1899]. 

Fitz-Gibbon, Gerald. The Right Hon. 

Lord Justice, at Howth, near Dublin. 

33 Ir. L. T. 187 [1899]. 
Fitzgibbon, John, Earl of Clare. When 

Clare was Chancellor and Kilwarden 

Chief JusUce. 1 N. Ir. Jur. 60 [1901]. 
Fitzpatridc, Cliarles. [1853-]. Q.C.,M.P., 

Solicitor General. Biographical sketch. 

35 Can. L. J. 657 [1899]. 

— Biographical sketch, with portrait. 

[Charles Morse] 16 Green Bag, 509 
[1904]. 
Fitzpatridc, James Coleman. [1816- 
1880.] Sketch, with portrait. 21 S. A. 
L. J. 89 [1904]. 



FIXTURES. 

Fixtures as between the grantee or mortgagee 
of the realty, and the chattel mortgagee 
or conditional vendor of things annexed 
thereto. [A. W. Cantwell] 52 Cent. 
L. J. 480 [1901]. 

Is the law of fixtures irreconcilable? [Arthur 
W. Cantwen] 48 Cent. L. J. 132 [1899]. 

The law of fixtures as between mortgagor 
and mortgagee. 37 Ir. L. T. 117 [1903], 

The law of fixtures as between vendors and 
mortgagees. 39 Ir. L. T. 131 [1905]. 

Mortgagees and fixtures. 51 Sol. J. 567 
[1907]. 

Mortgagees and trade fixtures. [Ernest C. 
C. Fhth] 15 Uw Q. Rev. 166 [1899]. 

Mortagees of trade fixtures. 48 Sol. J. 366 
[1904]. 

A mortgagee's right to fixtures. 47 Sol. J. 

364 [1903]. 
Ornamental fixtures — the tapestry case. 

[In re De Falbe— Ward v. Taylor. L. R. 

(1901) 1 Ch. 523; 70 L. J. Ch. 286] 35 

Ir. L. T. 99 [1901]. 
Position of a licensee with regard to fixtures. 

22 S. A. L. J. 397 [1905]. 
Removal of lessee's fixtures by mortgagee. 

23 L. Notes [Gib.] 332 [1904]. 

The right of a mortgagee to fixtures. 47 

Sol. J. 84 [1902]; 48 do. 707 [1904]. 
The right to fixtures after forfeiture. 117 

L. T. 191 [1904]. 
The right to fixtures as affected by the cove- 
nant to yield up. 47 So. J. 598 [1903]. 
Some errors in the law of fixtures. [A. W. 

CantweU] 51 Cent. L. J. 381 [1900]. 
Suggestions concerning the law of fixtures. 

[Joseph W. Bingham] 7 Colum. L. 

Rev. 1 [1907]. 
Flags, On flying. 66 J. P. 81 [1902]. 
Fleet marriages. [Vincent van Master 

Beede] 14 Green Bag, 234 [1902]. 
Fletcher, Thomas Clement. [1828-1900.] 

Obituary. 34 Am. Rev. 597 [1900]. 
Flight — in criminal and dvil suits. [M. E. 

E. Kerr] 55 Cent. L. J. 403 [1902]. 
Flogging in the navy. [Tighe Hopldns] 

120 L. T. 406 [1906]. 
Flower, James M. [1835-1902.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 29 [1902], 
FoUc, Joseph W., [1869-19-] Legal side of. 

[K. G. Bellairs] 17 Green Bag, 65 [1905]. 



FOLLETT 



150 



FORENSIC PERORATIONS 



Follett, David L. Obituary. 60 Alb. L. J. 
17 [1809]. 

Follett, John Faasett. [1833-1902.] Obit- 
uary. 47 Ohio L. B. 273 [1902). 

— Memorial. [Thos. H. Kelley] 48 do. 108 
[1903]. 

Folsom, Benjamin F. [1870-.] Biograph- 
ical sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 76 [1899]. 

Fonnereau, Thomas George. 22 L. Notes 
[Gib.] 46 [1903]. 

FOOD. 

Being in possession of unsound meat. 68 

J. P. 459 [1904]. 
A clear milk supply to the consumer. 70 

J. P. 553 [1906]. 
The danger of ice creams. 66 J. P. 691 [1902]. 
False warranties under the Sale of Food and 

Drugs acts. 69 J. P. 97 [1905]. 
Food and Drugs act, 1875, sec. 6, sub-sec. 1. 

38 Ir. L. T. 241 [1904]. 
Mens tea and the Sale, of Food and Drugs 

act. 1875. 33 Ir. L. T. 16, 51 [1899]. 
The milk and butter trade. 70 J. P. 349 

[1906]. 
Milk deficient in fat when taken from the cow. 

69 J. P. 181 [1905]. 
Pure food laws. [A. H. Jones] 39 Chic. 

Leg. N. 414 [1907]. 
Sale of Food and Drugs acts. 67 J. P. 362, 

374 [1903]. 
The sale of unsound fruit. 69 J. P. 325 [1905]. 
Some aspects of the Federal Food and Drugs 

act. [Frank F. Reed] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 

411 [1907]. 
Taking samples for analysis. 70 J. P. 183 [1906]. 
Underground bakehouses. 68 J. P. 494, 506 

[1904]. 
Warranties under the Sale of Food and Drugs 

acts. 67 J. P. 194 [1903]; 70 J. P. 277 

[1906]. 
Foote, Robert B., Jr. [1869-.] Biograph- 
ical sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 77 [1899]. 
Forcible entry. Recovery of possession of 

premises by. 108 L. T. 534 [1900]. 

FOREIGN CORPORATIONS. 

Foreign companies in France. 11 Green 
Bag, 520 [1899]. 

Foreign corporations and partnerships in the 
Province of Quebec. [Ed. Fabre Sur- 
veyer] 35 Am. L. Rev. 402 [1901]; 2 Can. 
L. Rev. 387 [1903]. 

Foreign corporations and the statue of limit- 
ations. 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.J 25 [1901]. 



Foreign corporations doing business in Vir- 
ginia. [J. Baldwin Raneon] 7 Va. L. 
Reg. 305 [1901]. 

Garnishment of foreign corporations. [Need- 
ham C. ColUer] 49 Cent. L. J. 423 
[1899]; 19 Nat. Corp. Rep. 664 [1900]. 

Interstate commerce clause and state control 

of foreign corporations. [Frank E. 

Robson] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 250 [1907]. 
Is the "Craig law" constitutional? [B. B. 

Winbome] 1 N. C. L. J. 171 [1900]. 
Jurisdiction over fordgn corporations. [Ed- 

ward Quinton Keasbey] 12 Harv. L. 

Rev. 1 [1898]. 
Legal personality of a foreign corporation. 

[E. Hilton Youn&] 22 Law Q. Rev. 178 

[1906]. 
The legal status of foreign corporations on 

failure to comply with restrictive statutes. 

[Harry M. SUber] 51 Cent. L. J. 104 

[1900]. 
New departure. [Henry H. In^ersoll] 8 

Yale L. J. 255 [1899]. 
Personal liability of stockholders in an un- 
registered fordgn corporation. [George 

Albert Drorin] 49 Am. L. Reg. 464 

[1901]. 
Right of foreign corporations to hold land. 

[W. A. Coutts] 1 Mich. L. Rev. 658 

[1903]. 
Some notes on foreign companies in England. 

[Isreal Davis] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 355] 

[1900]. 
Status of English trading companies abroad. 

[Edward Manaon] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 11 

[1899]. 
Status of foreign corporations and the legis- 
lature. [E. HUton Young] 23 Law Q. 

Rev. 151, 290 [1907]. 
Suits by foreign corporations. [Rajrmond D. 

Thurber] 9 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 54 

[1907]. 
Taxation of foreign corporations. [Joseph 

H. Beale, Jr.] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 248 [1 904]. 
Venue of suits in Federal courts against 

non-resident corporations. [William B. 

Hale] 5 Law Notes [N. Y.] 224 [1902]. 
What is the power of a state to restrict or 

forbid the doing business within its 

territory by a foreign corporation ? [T. E. 

Lyon] 53 Cent. L. J. 462 [1901] 
Forensic perorations. [Ernest A. Jelf] 

Introduction. 116 L. T. 36 [1903]. 



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FRANCE 



I. Brougham's speech for the defence in 
the Queen's case. 116 L. T. 65 [1903]. 

II. Daniel Webster's speech for the prose- 
uction in John Francis Knapp's case. 
117 L. T. 86 [1904]. 

III. Sir Charles Russell's speech for Mr. 
Pamell, M. P., and others in the 
Pamell Commission. 117 L. T. 127 
[1904]. 

IV. Sir Charles Russell's speech for Lady 
Colin Campbell in the Colin Campbell 
Divorce Case. 1 17 L. T. 222 [1904]. 

V. Sir Edward Clarke's speech for Sir 
William Gordon-Cumming in the "Bac- 
carat Case". 117 L. T. 340 [1904]. 

VI. Scarlett's speech for the Crown in 
the King versus Huni and others. 117 
L. T. 412 [1904]. 

Forensic sarcasm. 61 Alb. L. J. 395 [1900]. 
Foreshore righu. 68 J. P. Z9S,, 410 [1904]. 

See also Waters and Watercourses. 
FORFEITURES. 

Conditions of forfeitures on marriage with- 
out consent. 49 Sol. J. 81 [1904]. 
Forfeiture by breach of covenant — equitable 

reUef. 34 Ir. L. T. 1 [1900]. 
Forfeiture clauses in Ontario and in Quebec. 

[L. Maxwell Lyon] 21 Can. L. T. 31 

[1901]. 
Forfeiture of a lease by reconstruction of a 

company. 46 Sol. J. 355 [1902]. 
Forfeiture of leases of mortgaged property. 

119 L. T. 373 [1905]. 
Forfeiture of shares. 47 Sol. J. 599 [1903]. 
The relief of underlessees against forfeiture. 

48 Sol. J. 432 [1904]. 
Relief from forfeiture for breach of covenant. 

62 J. P. 787, 803. 819 [1898]. 
Relief from forfeiture for non-payment of 

rent. 51 Sol. J. 548 [1907]. 
The right to fixtures after forfeiture. 117 

L. T. 191 [1904]. 
FORGERY. 
Bankers' rights on forged signatures. 

[Charles M. Holt] 3 Can. L. Rev. 457 

[1904]. 
The crime of forgery in Roman- Dutch law. 

[P. C. Gane] 21 S. A. L. J. 194 [1904]. 
Forged and raised cheques and forged indorse- 
, ments. [A. W. P. Buchanan] 2 Can. L. 

Rev. 450 [1903]. 
Forged signatures — their effect. 35 Ir. L. T. 

187 [1901]. 



Forged transfers of stock. 49 Sol. J. 615 [1905]. 
Forged transfers of stock and the Sheffield 

case. [J. L. Thomdike] 17 Harv. L. 

Rev. 373 [1904]. 
Forged transfers of stock: another view. 

[James Earr Ames] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 

543 [1904]. 
Forgery and uttering forged instruments. 

[Charles Curry] 8 Va. L. Reg. 79» 321 

[1902]. 
Forgery by means of a rubber stamp. [Ira 

Jewell Williams] 46 Am. L. Reg. 745 

[1898]. 
Forgery of a checkdrawer's signature. 19 

Bank L. J. 243 [1902]. 
Forgery of ecclesiastical documents. 65 

J. P. 754 [1901]. 
Forgery of typewriting. 8 Law Notes [N. Y.] 

385 [1904]. 
The microscope and camera in the detection 

of forgery. [Marshall D. Ewell] 3 Can. 

L. Rev. 696 [1904]. 
On the detection of forged handwriting. 119 

L. T. 65 [1905]. 
Photography and forgery. [Albert S. Os- 

borne] 63 Alb. L. J. 278 [1901]. 
Some aspects of forged transfers of stock. 

[Lee M. Friedman] 40 Am. L. Rev. 496; 

121 L. T. 530 [1906]. 
Statute of limitations on forged checks. 22 

Bank. L. J. 670 [1905]. 
Stockbrokers and forged powers of attorney. 

47 Sol. J. 349 [1903]. 
Fortescue, Sir John. [139&-1485.] Chief- 
Justice. A striking figure in the leg^l 

history of England. [Edward Manaon] 

117 L. T. 316 [1904]. 
— Sketch. 34 L. J. 464 [1899]. 
Foster^ Rebecca Salome. A court ad- 
joins out of respect for a woman. 36 

Am. L. Rev. 254 [1902]. 
Fosterage. [Joseph M. Sullivan] 15 Green 

Bag, 319 [1903]. 

FRANCE. 

Abolition of capital punishment in France. 
[Masmard Shipley] 41 Am. L. Rev. 
561 [1907]. 

Abusive exercise of rights according to French 

law. [M. S. Amos] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

453 [1900]. 
The bar in France. [Edward S. Coz-Sin- 

Clair] 31 Law Mag. and Rev. 171; 32 do. 

406 [1906]. 



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152 



FRANCE 



The bench and bar in France. [Erasmus 
Darwin Parker] 24 Law Mag. and Rev. 
431 [1899]. 

Celerity in commercial cases in France. [B. 
H. Connor] 17 Green Bag, 304 [1905]. 

Chose jugie; or res judicata, and the revision 

of criminal proceedings in French law. 

[P. E. Weber] 11 Jurid. Rev. 26 [1899]. 
Church and state in France. [John Car- 

mont] 19 Jurid. Rev. 134 [1907]. 
Civil code of Japan, compared with the French 

civil code. [Kazuo Hatoyama] 11 

Yale L. J. 296 [1902]. 
Common carriers in France. [B. H. Conner] 

19 Green Bag. 476 [1907]. 
Decisions in France. [H. Cleveland Coze] 

16 Green Bag. 449 [1904]. 
Development of the law during the middle 

ages, especially in France and England. 

[Geo. D. Ferguson] 63 Alb. L. J. 419 

[1901]. 
Droit adminisiratif in modem French law. 

[A. V. Dicey] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 302 [1901]. 
Effect of judgment of courts-martial in 

France and America — a comparative 

study of the Dreyfus case.' [Arthur 

Ameisen] 33 Am. L. Rev. 75 [1899]. 
Employers' liability in France. [B. H. 

Connor] 18 Green Bag. 225 [1906]; 

124 L.T. 112 [1907]. 
English. French, and Belgian bars. [Mal- 
colm Mcllwraith] 14 Law Q. Rev. 169; 

105 L. T. 314 [1898]. 
Extenuating circumstances in French law. 

[Herbert E. Boyle] 18 Jurid. Rev. 259. 

341 [1906]. 
Foreign companies in France. 11 Green Bag. 

520 [1899]. 
France as a republic. [Adlai E. Stevenson] 

16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 1225; 6 Am. Law. 

291 [1898]. 
France controls railway rates. [Entile 

Heurteau] 37 Chic. Leg. N. 379 [1905]. 
French bar. [Paul FuUer] 16 Yale L. J. 

457 [1907]. 
French fishery rights in Newfoundland. 

[Herbert M. Adler] 17 Law Q. Rev. 

263; 1 Can. L. Rev. 33 [1901]. 
French judicial system in civil cases. [Bela 

D. Eisler] 30 Nat. Corp. Rep. 554, 563 

[1905]. 
French jury system. [Simeon E. Baldwin] 

2 Mich. L. Rev. 597 [1904]. 



French law and the French judicial system. 
[Charles Fisk Beach, Jr.] 15 Green 
Bag. 33 [1903]. 

French law reports. [Ed Fahre Surveyer] 9 
Rev. Leg. 1. 7 [1903]. 

— [U. M. Rose.] 9 Rev. Leg. 4 [1903]. 

French legislation in 1900. [George R. 
Barclay] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 117 [1901]. 

A general arbitration treaty between England 
and France. [Thomas Barclay] 27 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 459 [1902]. 

How torture was abolished in France. 
[George H. Westley] 14 Green Bag. 35 
[1902]. 

In limbo in the tropics. The French convict 
in New Caledonia. [Tighe Hopkins] 
112 L. T. 218 [1902]. 

The judicial system of France. [Charles 
Gans] 15 Jurid. Rev. 362 [1903]. 

The judicial system of France. [Lawrence 
IrweU] 14 Green Bag. 527 [1902]. 

Law of trade disputes in France. [James T. 
Jeffrey] 14 Scot. L. T. 146 [1907]. 

Legal literature in France. [A. R. White- 
way] 26 Law Mag. and Rev. 396 [1901]. 

L^islative intervention between employer 
and workman in France. [Charles 
Gans] 13 Jurid. Rev. 40 [1901]. 

Marriage and divorce in France. [H. Cleve- 
land Coze] 12 Am. Law. 61 [1904]. 

Old French prisons. 

I. The Conciergerie. UGreen Bag, 365 [1899]. 

II. The Bastille. 11 Green Bag. 409 [1899]. 
The organization of justice in France. [F. P. 

Walton] 19 Law Q. Rev. 263, 402; 9 Rev. 

Leg. 413 [1903]. 
Organization of the family in the French 

civil code. [Charles Gans] 14 Jurid. 

Rev. 281 [1902]. 
Personal liberty in France. [H. Cleveland 

Coxe] 13 Yale L. J. 215 [1904]. 
Recent reform in French legal procedure. 

104 L. T. 217 [1898]. 
The relationship of the law of France to the 

law of Scotland. 7 Rev. Leg. 365 

[1901]; [F. P. Walton] 14 Jurid. Rev. 

17; 1 Can. L. Rev. 442 [1902]. 
Review of legislation. 1901. [George R. 

Barclay] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 185 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 304 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. L^. 307 [1905]. 

— 1905. [Ren6 A. Faux] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 

407 [1906]. 



FRANCE 



153 



FRAUD 



Review of legislation, 1906. [George R. 

Barclay] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 260 [1907]. 
The revisioii powers of the Court of Cassation. 

[Thomas Barclay] 15 Law Q. Rev. 9, 

194 [1899]. 

Specific performance in French law. [M. 
Sheldon Amos] 17 Law Q. Rev. 372 
[1901]. 

The teaching of law in France. [Thomas 
Barclay] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 131 [1900]. 

Trial by jury in France. [U. M. Rose] 35 
Am. L. Rev. 17; 4 Law Notes [N. Y.] 
168, 189 [1900-1901]. 

An unfortunate French lawyer. [George 
H. Westley] 11 Green Bag, 77 [1899]. 

Franchises affected by change of sover- 
eignty. [Paul Fuller] 3 Colum. L. 
Rev. 241 [1903]. 

— Public policy vs. [Wm. A. Conover] 38 
Chic. Leg. N. 160 [1905]. 

Fraternity in litigation. [Wm. Raimond 
Baird] 2 Brief, 30 [1899]. 

FRAUD. 

Advice of counsel in perpetuating fraud. 
60 Alb. L. J. 332 [1899]. 

Backsheesh: the illicit commission. [Tighe 
Hopkins] 119 L. T. 297, 319, 347 [1905]. 

Concealed fraud and the Statutes of Limit- 
ation. 35 Jr. L. T. 349 [1901]. 

Contributory negligence as an offset against 
fraud. [William Ruger] 57 Cent. L 
J. 303 [1903]. 

The doctrine of Young v. Grote and its applica- 
bility to Indian law. 15 Mad. L. J. 117 
[1905]. 

Effect of clause making insurance policy in- 
contestable for fraud. 10 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 28 [1906]. 

The effect of fraud upon the validity of a deed. 
44 Sol. J. 526 [1900]. 

Equitable relief in actions at law relating to 
contracts of release obtained by fraud 
and actions at law to recover damages 
for fraud in such cases. [W. A. Gard- 
ner] 63 Cent. L. J. 85 [1906]. 

False balance sheets. 68 J. P. 61 [1904]. 

False pretences by conduct. 32 Jr. L. J. 48 
[1898]. 

False trade descriptions. 62 J. P. 419 [1898]. 

Fraud as an element of unfair competition. 
[E. R. Coffin] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 272 
[1903]. 



Fraud: civil and criminal. [George Elliott] 
116 L. T. 304 [1904]. 

Fraud in uttering worthless checks. 4 Law 
Notes [N. Y.] 84 [1900]. 

Fraud on jointuring powers. 118 L. T. 27 

[1904]. 
Fraud on marital rights. [A. Wood Renton] 

13 Green Bag, 344 [1901]. 
Fraud on power of jointuring. 39 Jr. L. T. 

107 [1905]. 
Fraud which vitiates signing and delivering. 

[Chas. W. McKinney] 49 Cent. L. J. 

384 [1899]. 

Fraudulent alteration and the effect of neg- 
ligence. [G. H. A. Montgomery] 2 

Can. L. Rev. 632 [1903]. 
Fraudulent alteration of cheques. [N. G. 

PUcher] 2 Com. L. Rev. 57 [1904]. 
Fraudulent debts of a bankrupt. [Morton 

John Stevenson] 49 Cent. L. J. 149 

[1899]. 
Fraudulent preferences. [A. Rives Hall] 

3 Can. L. Rev. 290 [1904]. 
Illegal considerations — knowledge of illegal 

intent. [Chas. W. McKinney] 50 Cent. 

L. J. 443 [1900], 
• Illicit commissions. 115 L. T. 121 [1903]. 
An important statute. [G. W. S. Mus- 

grave] 16 Am. Leg. N. 303 [1905]. 
Improbable stories of acquisition or hoarding 

of money. 10 Law Notes [N. Y.] 167 

[1906]. 
Intent to deceive or defraud. [Herbert 

Stephen] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 186 [1904]. 
Judgments obtained by fraud. 105 L. T. 

123 [1898]. 
Legal fraud. [Silas Alward] 24 Can. L. T. 

225 [1904]. 
Liability for negligent language. [Jere- 
miah Smith] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 184 

[1900]. 
Misrepresentations of facts contained in 

records. [Chas. W. McKinney] 49 Cent. 

L. J. 245 [1899]. 
Non-liability of principal for fraud of agent 

perpetrated by the latter for his own 

sole benefit and advantage. 39 Ir. L. T. 

193 [1905]. 
Obtaining food by fraud. 62 J. P. 33 [1898]. 
When will a representation of value of real 

or personal property be sufficient to 

predicate an action for fraud? [Walter 

J. Lote] 58 Cent. L. J. 463 [1904]. 



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154 



FULLER 



Whether a sale attacked for fraud of vendor 
will be set aside for inadequacy of price, 
where the consideration was a debt of the 
vendee and his verbal promise to pay cer- 
tain other debts of the vendor for which 
the vendee was liable as surety. [W. H. 
aifton] 56 Cent. L. J. 225 [1903]. 

Will an action of negligence lie for deceit? 
34 Can. L. J. 59 (1898). 

FRAUDS, STATUTE OF. 

Do gas and oil contracts or leases convey or 
affect such an interest in real estate as to 
come within the meaning of the statute 
of frauds requiring all conveyances of 
real estate or an interest therein, or an 
assignment thereof, to be in writing? 
[Walter J. Lou] 61 Cent. L. J. 224 
[1906]. 

The effect of the statute of frauds upon con- 
tracts in general. [Frederic H. Calk- 
ins] 8 Am. Uw. 203, 253, [1900]. 

The exceptions to the statute of frauds. 
[W. Martin Griffin] 34 Can. L. J. 214 
[1898]. 

Landlord and tenant and the statute of frauds. 
[W. E. Raney] 40 Can. L. J. 176 [1904]. 

Lord Tenterden's act in the United States, 
and an important omission therefrom. 
[Wilmer T. Fox] 61 Cent. L. J. 344 
[1905]. 

Part-performance and the statute of frauds. 
34 Ir. L. T. 329; 35 do. 140 [1900-1901]. 

Resulting trusts and the statute of frauds. 
[Harlan F. Stone] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 
326 [1906]. 

Signature by agents to contracts within the 
sUtute of frauds. 107 L. T. 564 [1899]. 

Statute of frauds — agreement to indenmity. 
62 Alb. L. J. 203 [1900]. 

Statute of frauds and agreements to be per- 
formed within one year. 37 Ir. L. T. 
237 [1903]. 

FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES. 

Antenuptial conveyances in fraud of marital 
rights. [Herbert R. Southall] 7 Va. L. 
Reg. 822 [1902]. 

Fraudulent conveyances. [Frederick S. 
Wait] 14 Am. Uw. 252 [1906]. 

Fraudulent conveyances to creditors. 105 
L. T. 266 fl898]. 

Fraudulent sale of goods by an unauthorized 
agent to an innocent purchaser. 36 Ir. 
L. T. 457 [1902], 



Fraudulent transfers. [P. Duraiswamy 
Aiyanitar] 3 Bom. L. R. 221; 4 do. 126, 
150 [1901-2]. 

A practical question in the law of fraudulent 
conveyances. [Linton D. Landrum] 
59 Cent. L. J. 344 [1904]. 

Some questions in the law of fraudulent 

alienations: I. Intent to defraud. 16 

Mad. L. J. 383 [1906]. 
Frazier, William Hu^. [1826-1906.] 

Obituary. 51 Ohio L. B. 307 [1906]. 
Free Church case. [R. M. Williamson] 

20 Law Q. Rev. 415 [1904]; [Francis 

C. LoweU] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 137 [1906]. 
Free speech and free press in relation to 

the police power of the state. [P. L. 

Edwards] 58 Cent. J. L. 383 [1904]. 
Free trade. Imperial. [Archibald McGoun] 

6 Can. L. Rev. 214 [1906] 
Freedom of the press. Constitutional 

provisions guaranteeing, in Pennsyl- 
vania. [Thomas R. White] 52 Am. L. 

Reg. 1 [1904]. 
French-Canadian loyalty. [L. P. Bro- 

deur] 3 Can. L. Rev. 209 [1904]. 
French Canadians and their law. [J. H. 

Lon^] 6 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 77 [1902]. 
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. 
Alienation of friendly society policies. 45 

Sol. J. 830 [1901]. 
Friendly and collecting societies and the 

jurisdiction of justices as to disputes. 

67 J. P. 555 [1903]. 
Friendly society and life insurance law. 

[Lyman Lee] 1 Can. L. Rev. 381 [1902]; 

2 do. 534 [1903]. 
Friendly societies and trade incorporations. 

[J. W. Forbes] 11 Jurid Rev. 187[ 1899]. 
Industrial and provident societies. 41 Ir. 

L. T. 97 [1907]. 
Nominations under the Friendly Societies 

act. 43 Sol. J. 24 [1898]. 
Fright and its consequences. 35 Ir. L. T. 

495 [1901]. 
Fry Conunission Report [Irish Land acts]. 

32 Ir. L. T. 79, 89, 99 [1898]. 
Fry, Sir Edward. [1827-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. [Lord Justice 

Kennedy]. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 171 [1908]. 
FuUer, Horace Williams. [1844-1901.] 

The first editor of the Green Bag. 

[Charles C. Soule] 13 Green Bag, 551 

[1901]. 



FULLER 



155 



GARNISHMENT 



Fuller, ThonuM C. [1832-1901.] Judge. 
Obituary. 2 N. C. L. J. 208 [1901). 

Fullerton, John, Lord, [177&-1853] lawyer 
and judge. [Alexander Ure] 13 Jurid. 
Rev. 379 [1901]. 

Fulton, E. M. H. [1848-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch. 4 Bom. L. R. 125 [1902]. 

Fulton, John H. [1837-1907.] A character 
sketch. [Robt. C. Jackson] 13 Va. L. 
Reg. 89 [1907]. 

Furaman ruling and handwriting experts. 
[William J. Kinsley] 18 Bank. L. J. 319 

[1901]. 

Future interests in lands. [Edward 
Jenks] 20 Law Q. Rev. 280; 21 do. 265 
[1904-5]; [Albert Martin Kales] 22 
do. 250, 383 [1906]. 

— in personal property. [John Chipman 

Gray] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 397 [1901]. 

Gage of land in medieval England. [Harold 

D. Hazeltine] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 549; 

18 do. 36 [1904]. 
Gains. 21 L. Notes [Gib.] 50 [1902]. 
Gale, John B. [1824-1906.] Obituary. 

68 Alb. L. J. 159 [1906]. 
Gallwey, Sir Michael H. Sketch, with 

portrait. 19 S. A. L. J. 101 [1902]. 
Galvin, Tom, the Kilmainham hangman. 

[Joseph M. SuUivan] 64 Alb. L. J. 71 

[1902]. 
GAMBIA. 
Modes of legislation in Gambia. [J. Renner 

Maxwell] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 378 

[1897]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [Albert Gray] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 99 [1896]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 209 [1897], 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 132 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 527 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 590 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. L^. 380 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 309 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. L^. 399 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 417 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 182 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 497 [1906]. 
-— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 368 [1907]. 
Gamble, Joseph Clarke, K. C. [1807- 

1902.] Obituary. 38 Can. L. J. 773 
[1902]. 
GAMBLING. 
See Gaming. 



GAME. 

Game as a commodity of conunerce. [Joseph 

B. Thompson] 63 Alb. 383 [1901]. 
Ground game. 18 L. Notes [Gib.] 279 [1899]. 
Landowners and the Ground Game act. 

64 J. P. 97 [1900]. 
Malicious injury to game coverts. 35 Ir. L. 

T. 515 [1901]. 
Occupying owners and the Ground Game 

act. 63 J. P. 497; 64 do. 339 [1899- 

1900]. 
Trespass in pursuit of game. 64 J. P. 802 

[1900]. 
— 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 277 [1903]. 
Void agreements under the Ground Game 

act. 64 J. P. 417 [1900]. 
The Wild Birds Protection act, 1904. 68 

J. P. 361 [1904]. 

GAMING. 

Bookmakers and public-houses. 22 L. Notes 

[Gib.] 179 [1903]. 
Gambling and betting in foreign law. 118 

L. T. 451 [1905]. 
Gambling and cognate vices. [John R. 

Dos Passos] 14 Yale L. J. 9 [1904). 
Gaming and usury statutes and innocent 

purchasers. 19 Bank. L. J. 831 [1902]. 
Gaming on licensed premises. 41 Ir. L. T. 

' 155 [1907]. 
German l^slation — gambling on the bourse. 

[Julius Hirschfeld] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

504 [1900]. 
The recovery of gambling deposits. 42 Sol. 

J. 286 [1898]. 
The Roman-Dutch law in relation to gamb- 
ling and wagering. [P. C. Gane] 23 

S. A. L. J. 21 [1906], 
Stock exchange differences and the gaming 

laws. [W. Strachan] 20 Law Q. Rev. 

53 [1904]. 
Gardening. [R. Vashon Rogers] 13 Green 

Bag, 293 [1901]. 

Garland, Augustus H. [1832-1899.] Obit- 
uary. 33 Am. L. Rev. 265 [1899]. 

Gamier, Gilles, The trial of. [Joseph 
M. SuUivan] 15 Green Bag, 86 [1903]. 

GARNISHMENT. 

Garnishment of a non-resident garnishee. 
[J. Winston Read] 4 Va. L. Reg. 727 
[1899]. 

Garnishment of foreign corporations. [Need- 
ham C. CoUier] 49 Cent. L. J. 423 
[1899]; 19 Nat. Corp. Rep. 664 [1900]. 



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156 



GERMANY 



Has the garnishing creditor a specific lien? 
[John R. Rood] 51 Cent. L. J. 25 [1900]. 

May debt have more than one situs in garn- 
ishment? [Needham C. Collier] 50 
Cent. L. J. 105 [1900]. 

A new phase in garnishment law. [John 
R. Rood] 33 Am. L. Rev. 367 [1899]. 

The priorities of debentures and garnished 
debts. 51 Sol. J. 110 [1906). 

Situs of a debt in garnishment proceedings. 
[M. E. E. Kerr] 52 Cent. L. J. 440 [1901]. 

A substitute for garnishment against public 
corporations, custodians, and others. [J. 
P. Buster] 52 Cent. L. J. 244 [1901]. 

Gairer, John C, Judge. [1843-1901.] Obit- 
uary. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 117 [1901]. 

Gary collection. The. [Frederic B. CroM- 
ley] 18 Green Bag, 146 ]1906]. 

Gary, Joseph £., Judge. [1821-1906.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 33 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
333; 39 Chic. Leg. N. 98 [1906]. 

GAS. 

See Oil and Gas. 

Gascoi^e, Sh- William, [1350-1419] a 
prince of judges and judge of princes. 
10 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 29 [1906]. 

Gaston, William, Judge. Obituary. [Rob- 
ert Strange] 2 N. C. Jnl. of Law, 65 
[1905]. 

Gauffridis, Louis, The trial of. Joseph 

M. SuUiyan] 15 Green Bag, 525 [1903]. 

Gayellcind. [ifineas J. G. Madcay] 10 

Jurid. Rev. 272 [1898]. 

Gaynor and Greene extradition proceed- 
ings. 1 Can. L. Rev. 537; 2 do. 9, 594 
[1902-3]. 

Gelpclce versus Dubuque, Some recent criti- 
cism of. [Thomas Raebum White] 
47 Am. L. Reg. 473, 529, 593, 657 [1899]. 

GENERAL AVERAGE. 

Contribution to general average. [H. Birch 
Sharpe] 21 Uw Q. Rev. 155 [1905]. 

General average liability with cargo for suc- 
cessive ports. [Harrington Putnam] 
2 Colum. L. Rev. 275 [1902]. 

Geneva convention, Convention for the 
adaptation of the principles of the, to 
maritime warfare. [Louis Renault] 
2 Am. J. Int. L. 295 [1908]. 

— of 1906. [George B. Davis] 1 Am. J. 
Int. L. 409 [1907]. 



GEORGIA. 

The constitutionality, operation, and effect 
of laws taxing franchises, and especially 
the Georgia Franchise tax act. [A. G. 
PoweU] 11 Am. Uw. 384 [1903]. 

"Georgia dumb act of 1850." [Francis D. 
Peabody] 34 Am. Rev. 726 [1900]. 

GERMANY. 

Breach of promise under the German code. 

108 L. T. 540 [1900]. 
British companies in Germany. [Ernest J. 

Schuster] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 100 [1903]. 
Education of n^lected children in Germany. 

[Dr. Fritz Rathenan] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 

66 [1901]. 
German Civil Code. [Ernest J. Schuster] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 191 [1897]. 
The German Civil Code. [William W. 

Smithers] 50 Am. L. Reg. 685 [1902]; 

51 Am. L. R^. 14 [1903]. 
German code and private international law. 

[Julius Hirschfeld] 16 Law Q. Rev. 88 

[1900]. 
German legislation — gambling on the bourse. 

[Julius Hirsclifeld] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

504 [1900]. 
German legislation in 1900. [Ernest J. 

Schuster] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 119 [1901]. 
Getting into the legal profession in Germany. 

[William C. Dreher] 33 Am. L. Rev. 

284 [1899]. 
Interesting features of the German law. 

[Rudolf Dulon] 113 L. T. 379; 1 So. L. 

Rev. 823 [1902]. 
Judicial system of the German empire. 

[Richard Hudson] 1 Mich. L. Rev. 121 

[1902]. 
L^al education in Germany. [Edward V. 

Raynolds] 12 Yale L. J. 31 [1902]. 
Legal education in Germany. [Gustav 

Schirrmeister] 29 Law Mag. and Rev. 

129 [1904]. 
Legal facts from Germany. [Julius Hirsch- 
feld] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 75 [1899]. 
Legal observations in Germany. [Edwin A. 

Kranthoff] 11 Green Bag, 67 [1899]. 
"I-^se-majest^** in Germany. [Ernest J. 

Schuster] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 41 [1901]. 
Methods followed in Germany by the his- 
torical school of law. [Rudolf Leon- 
hard] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 573 [1907]. 
The new civil code of Germany. [Herl>ert 

Stimpson]3 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 70 [1899]. 



GERMANY 



157 



GIFTS 



The new German Civil Code. [Ernst 
Freund] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 627 [1900]. 

New German Code. [F. P. Walton] 16 
Jurid. Rev. 148; 10 Rev. Leg. 406 [1904] 

The new dvil code of Germany. [Adolph 
Eichholx] 35 Am. L. Rev. 190 [1901]. 

The new German code. 60 Alb. L. J. 334 
[18991; [F. P. Walton) 4 Can. L. Rev. 
372 [1905]. 

Interesting features of German law. [Rudolf 
Dulon] 36 Am. L. Rev. 565 [1902]. 

Measures for the relief of the Supreme Court 
of Germany. [Hu^o Muench] 38 Am. 
L. Rev. 512 [1904]. 

New commercial code of Germany. [G. H. 
B. Keniick] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 342 [1900]. 

Presumption of death under the German code. 
[James S. Henderson] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 
77 [1902]. 

Reform in criminal law in Germany. [Ernest 
Bnincken] 68 Alb. L. J. Ill [1906]. 

Reform of German law. 122 L. T. 125 [1906]. 
Review of legislation, 1901. [Ernest J. 
Schuster] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 187 [1902). 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 307 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 309 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 65 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 415 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 265 [1907]. 

Secret commissions according to the law of 
Germany. [Ernest Schuster] 1 J. 
Comp. Leg. 320 [1899]. 

Seminary methods of legal instruction at the 
University of Berlin. [Ernest G. Lo- 
renzen] 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 388 [1906]. 

Some comparisons, German and American 
law. [Hu&o Muench] 7 Brief, 247 
[1907]. 

Some features of the new civil code of the 
German Empire. [Arthur Ameisen] 
33 Am. L. Rev. 396 [1899]. 

Unfair competition in Germany. [Julius 
Hirschfeld] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 73 [1900]. 

Ghose, Chunder Madhub, Justice. [1838-.1 
Sketch, with portrait. 2 Cal. L. J. 79 
[1905]. 

Ghosts in litigation. 27 Can. L. T. 243 

[1907]. 
Gibbs, Clinton B. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 77 [1899J. 



GIBRALTAR. 

Modes of legislation in Gibraltar. [Archi- 
bald W. Fawkes] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 
144 [1897]. 

Review of legblation, 1895. [S. Gatty] 1 J. 
Comp. Leg. o. s. 12 [1897]. 

— 1896, 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 148 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 177 [1899]. 

— 1899. [Albert Gray] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 645 

[1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 432 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 359 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 457 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 473 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 237 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 550 [1906]. 

— 1906. [Edward Manson] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 

429 [1907]. 

Gibson, Charles. [1825-1899.] Obituary. 
33 Am. L. Rev. 913 [1899]. 

Gilford, Hardinge Stanley. Lord Hals- 
bury. [1825-19 — .] An octogenarian 
Lord High Chancellor. \R. D. Mc- 
Gibbon] 17 Green Bag, 583; A Can. 
L. Rev. 552 [1905]; 120 L. T. 293 [1906]. 

— Sketch. 40 Am. L. Rev. 596 [1906]. 

— Portrait. 16 Jurid. Rev. 1 [1904]. 
Gilford, Robert, Lord, [1779-1826] Master 

of the Rolls and Chief Justice of the 
Common Pleas. [Spencer L. Holland] 
24 Law Mag. and Rev. 178 [1899]. 

GIFTS. 

Absolute gifts, or life interests with powers 
of appointment. 113 L. T. 55 [1902]. 

Charitable gifts in the form of bequests for 
the public celebration of masses. 36 Ir. 
L. T. 299 [1902]. 

Charitable gifts void for vagueness. 41 Ir. 
L. T. 49 [1907]. 

Cheques and the doctrine of donationes 
mortis causa, 46 Sol. J. 446 [1902]. 

The construction of gifts to a class. [John 
S. Mackay] 12 Scot. L. T. 139 [1904]. 

Donatio causa mortis, [Joseph Chapman] 

54 Am. L. Reg. 440 [1906]. 
Estates conferred by gifts to members of a 

class. 38 Ir. L. T. 147 [1904]. 
Gift enterprises. [Thomas James Meagher] 

46 Am. L. Reg. 217 [1898]. 
Gift of household effects. 105 L. T. 195 

[1898]. 



GIFTS 



158 



GOVERNMENT 



Gift over after power of disposttioo in the 
first taker. [Uuidoo C. BcD] 8 Va. L. 
Reg. 705 [1903]. 

Gift to unborn persons. 15 Mad. L. J. 1 
[1905]. 

Gift to "wife and children." (John S. 

Barboorl 5 Va L. Reg. 427 [1899]. 
Gifts between husband and wife. 1(M L. T. 

338 [1898]. 
Gifts of consumable articles to persons in 

succession. 44 Sol. J. 324 [1900]. 
Gifts of life rent under powers of appointment. 

[John S. Mackay] 19 Jurid. Rev. 245 

[1907]. 
Imperfect gifts and declaration of trust. 43 

Sol. J. 167 [1899]. 
Legacies for masses. 32 Ir. L. T. 221 [1898]. 
Trusts or gifts for the restricted advantage of 

legatees. 37 Ir. L. T. 307 [1903]. 
Undue influence as regards contracts and 

gifts inter vivos. 33 Ir. L. T. 277 [1899]. 
Vested gifts to a class and the rule against 

perpetuities. [Albert Martin Kales] 

19 Harv. L. Rev. 598 [1906]. 
When may promissory notes, mortgages, 

contracts, and bonds, without indorse- 
ment or as^gnment in writing, become 

the subjects of a gift causa mortis? 

[Walter J. Lotz] 60 Cent. L. J. 244 [1905]. 

GUbert, Wm. B. [1848-.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 5 Case and Com. 1 [1898]. 
GUchrist, Robert. [1825-1888.] Biograph- 

ical sketch. [Jacob Weart] 21 N. J. L. 

J. 195, 228 [1898]. 
Gilhooley case. The. [Frederick L. Pake, 

Jr.] 18 Green Bag, 453 [1906]. 
GilUngham small-pox case. 67 J. P. 171 

[1903]. 
Glanville, Ranulf de. A striking figure 

in the legal history of England. [Ed- 

ward Manson] 116 L. T. 270 [1904]. 
Glasgow, Queer laws of mediaeval. [Wil- 
liam E. Johnson] 14 Green Bag, 416 

[1902]. 
Glove, The: its relation to the law, the bench, 

and the bar. [Charles J. Aldrich] 15 

Green Bag, 474 [1903]. 
Godfrey, Sir Edmund Berry, The case of. 

[John PoUock] 22 Uw Q. Rev. 431 

[1906. 
— [Alfred Marks] 23 Uw Q. Rev. 93 [1907]. 
Gold bricks. Studies in. 13 Green Bag, 448 

[1901]. 



Goldstein, Moece. M. [1875-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59Alb. L.J. 78(1899]. 

GOLD COAST. 

Judicial experiences on the Gold Coast. 
(A. P. Bushe] 2 N. Ir. Jur. 182, 188, 216 
[1902]. 

A magistrate's court of the Gold Coast. [J. 
Renner MazweU] 108 L. T. 469 [1900]. 

Modes of legislation in Gold Coast. 1 J. 

Comp. Leg. o. s. 146 [1897]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [Albert Gray] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 99 [1896]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 210 [1897]. 
— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 133 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 527 [1899.] 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 592 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 381 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 310 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5. J. Comp. Leg. 401 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 419 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 183 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 498 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 369 [1907]. 
Golf, knickerbocker, and other forbidden 

sport of New Netherlands. [Lee M. 
Friedman] 13 Green Bag, 67 [1901]. 

GOODWILL. 

GoodwiU. 113 L. T. 331 [1902]; [R. I. 
Finnemore] 2 Natal L. Q. 16 [1903). 

Purchases of goodwill. 48 Sol. J. 470 [1904]. 
Gore case [W. Digby Thumam] 19 Law Q. 
Rev. 71 [1903]. 

— 66 J. P. 115 [1902]. 

GOVERNMENT. 

Complete legislator: a Socratic dialogue. 

[Edward Manson] 16 Law Q. Rev. 196 

[1900]. 
Co-operation of colonial governments. [John 

MacdoneU] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 417 [1899]. 
Drift of events. [Martin W. Littleton] 

15 Am. Law. 478 [1907]. 
Ethics in government. [David S. Geer] 17 

Nat. Corp. Rep. 852 [1899]. 
Evolutions from radicalism to conservatism 

in the history of American political 

parties. [Nathan A. Smyth] 9 Yale 

L. J. 31 [1899]. 
Government and law in America. | Ernst 

Freund] 34 Am. L. Rev. 16 [1900]. 

Government by injunction. [David J. 
Brewer] 15 Nat. Corp. Rep. 848; [Wil- 
liam G. Peterkin] 6 Am. Law. 5 [1898]. 



GOVERNMENT 



159 



GRAY 



Government by the people. [Richard Lock- 
hart Hand] 13 Am. Law. 377 [1905]. 

Government of the foreigners in China. 
[A. M. Latter] 19 Uw Q. Rev. 316 [1903]. 

Government of law as distinguished from a 

government of functionaries. [Hannia 

Taylor] 18 Green Bag, 489 [1906]. 
Government control of transportation charges. 

[Roy Wilson White] 46 Am. L. Reg. 

721 [1898]. 
Government ownership of public utilities. 

[Christopher G. Teideman] 16 Harv. L. 

Rev. 476 [1903]. 
Governmental regulation of prices. [Eugene 

A. Gilmore] 17 Green Bag, 627 [1905]. 
The Hare system with special reference to 

its application in Tasmania. [W. Jethro 

Brown] 15 Law Q. Rev. 51 [1899]. 
Influence of the American govemn^nt on 

character. [John Freeman Balcer] 63 

Alb. L. J. 286 [1901]. 
Law of civil government under military • 

occupation. 6 Law Notes [N. Y.] 59 [1902]. 
The law of military government. [Edward 

P. White] 59 Alb. L. J. 418 [1899]. 
Leaderless government. [Woodrow Wilson] 

6 Am. Law. 165 [1898]. 
Life tenure of office in a republican govern- 
ment. [Sam J. Hunter] 2 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 145 [1898]. 
London government. 124 L. T. 15 [1907]. 
Permanency of parliamentary government. 

[Gamaliel Bradford] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 

256 [1899]. 
Power of the general government to protect 

its officers and to control anarchy. 

[Joseph P. Thompson] 35 Am. L. Rev. 

807 [1901]. 
Proportional representation. 71 J. P. 447 

[1907]. 
Protectorates. 124 L. T. 53 [1907]. 
Public reform and municipal government. 

[Duane Mowry] 14 Green Bag, 209 

[1902]. 
Restless desire of governing too much. 

[Boyd Winchester] 62 Alb. L. J. 372 

[190(fl. 
.Separation of executive and judicial functions 

in India. [Arthur James Hu^es] 8 

Bom. L. Rep. 134 [1906]. 
State control over antiquites and artistic 

objects in foreign law. 117 L. T. 258 

[1904]. 



Suppression of vice — how far a proper and 
efficient function of popular government. 
[Christopher G. Tiedman] 3 Brief, 17 
[1900]. 

The three departments of government and 
their relation to each other. [Charles 
£. Littleaeld] 18 Green Bag, 72 [1906]. 

Will the form of parliamentary government 
be permanent? [A. V. Dicey] 13 Harv. 
L. Rev. 67 [1899]. 

Gowan, James Robert, Q. C. [1815-.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 36 
Can. L. J. 513 [1900]. 

Graft, Remedies for. [Duane Mowry] 68 
Alb. L. J. 153 [1906]. 

Grafton, Dulce of, STr W. R. Anson's auto- 
biography of, and the letters of Junius. 
109 L. T. 249, 271 [1900]. 

Graham, Sfa- John. [1847-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 22 S. A. L. J. 361 [1905]. 

Graham, T. L. [1860-19—] Sketch. 21 S. A- 
L. J. 247 [1904]. 

GRAND JURY. 

The abolition of grand juries. 8 Law Notes 

[N.Y.] 445 [1905]. 
EKiblin Grand Jury Cess. 37 Ir. L. T. 167 

[1903]. 
Grand Jury, The. [Neil McCrimmon] 1 

Can. L. Rev. 127 [1901]. 
Grand Jury, The. [John A. Kains] 1 Can. 

L. Rev. 226 [1902]. 
The relation of judges to grand juries. [J. 

B. Madcenzie] 40 Can. L. J. 255 

[1904]. 
L^:al complications arising from grand jury 

proceedings. (F. Beecher] 63 Cent. 

L. J. 67 [1906]. 
Should the grand jury be abolished? [F. 

Amed^ Br^] 49 Am. L. Reg. 191 

[1901]. 
Should the grand jury system be abolished? 

[George Lawyer] 15 Yale L. J. 178; 

68 Alb. L. J. 52; 14 Am. Law. 63 [1906]. 

Grants in aid of local taxation. 71 J. P. 

207, 289 [1907]. 
Graves, Benjamin FrankUn. [1817-1906.] 

Biographical sketch. [Hoyt Post] 5 

Mich. L. Rev. 409 [1907]. 
Gravitation, The law of. 15 Green Bag, 31 

[1903]. 
Gray, George. [1840-19—.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 6 Case and Com. 13 [1899]. 



GRAV 



IDA 



GREAT BarrAix 



Gray, HfwacCy fI^^2J^I(W2J an encDmam. 
(yrsMcfo K. Jwt il 14 Gneen Bat^. 4QS 

— The late justice, 25 Vat. Corp. Rep. 

122 [IMBI. 

— Obituary, 35 Clue Leg: X. » :ilM21, 

— Plroceedrags m the C S. Sup. Ctu irpoa the 

death of^ 35 Chic. Lejj. N, im fIO«J. 
Gr»y,JolMirtfpMiw [;i8»-l^t5-I Sketch. 

with portrait, 40 AaLL.Rev^.2Hft [lOOfi], 
GREAT BIUTAI?(. 
The appeal to EogbtotL [W, E. KflHMjl 

2 Can. L. Rev. 585 [lOmi 
The attitude of the Britirit g o v er nm ent 

toward legal coolercnces. [Sir Wwiiar 

G. F. PliilliiiMrei 29 Uw Mag. and Rev. 

1 [1903]. 

The bar of England. 106 U T. 521 [IS^l; 

\LiDdmf9umini 11 AniXaw.481 [190^^]. 
Barsof United States and England. {E&wmrd 

S. Coi-SiiBcUrl 19 Green Bag, 702 

[1907]. 
British companies in Germany. [EnMSf J. 

Schuster] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 100 [190S|. 
British nationaJity and natm^iHzation. [G. 

Addison Smitlil 18 Jorid. Rev, 272 

[1906]. 
Constitution of the Empire and the develop- 
ment of its councils. [R. B. Haldnne] 

2 Can. L. Rev. 95 [1902]. 
The constitution of the Law Society. [G- 

H. Radford] 42 L. J. &I6 [1907]. 
Constitutional rebtions of England and her 

dependencies. [Sir Cluries Artlmr 

Roe] 48 Am. L. R^. 147 [1900]. 
A council of the empire. [W. Pcmber 

Reeves] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 241 [1904]. 
— [T. E. HoOand] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 242 [1904]. 
Dominent opinions in England during the 

nineteenth century as to l^islation. 

[C. C. LangdeU] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 151 

[1906]. 
The English bar. [Jo6eph H. Choate] 

11 Uw Notes [N. Y.J 8 [1907]. 
English, French, and Belgian bars. [Mal- 
colm Mcllwniith] 14 LawQ. Rev. 169; 

105 L. T. 314 [1898]. 
English history and the study of Englbh law. 

[Arthur Lyoti Cross] 2 Mich. L. Rev. 

649 [1904]. 
English judges and Hindu law. [W. C. 

Petheram] 14 Law Q. Rev. 392; 15 do. 

173 [1898-99]; 16 do. 77, 392 [1900]. 




Fjgfish lawyer of asttty. 

to Am. Law, 



11 :i9ffij. 

ficr 4Dod ^'"■^flrr JMk SSfcr* 
14 Gceen Bog, «fl6 :i9«I. 

The eckfoetm of the EngS^ bar. 104 L. T 
5« 'L^m: 12 Gf«n Bog, 96 :i968f. 

A general arhitratiott treaty between Eneland 

andFtancev """ i ■■ 1 1 ■ U:"[ 

Mag^ and Rev. 450 199Z[, 




tl Can. L. Rev. 12 
7 J. Comp. Leg. 12 :i906(. 

Is compoiaary onlttary service legal is 
land? 104 L. T. 100 [ISOTI. 

Is the Britnh emptre coaKftntioaally a i&tma? 

[S tffhi a m. SCMtMJ 2 ifidi. L. Rev. 

429: 3 Can. L. Rev. 149 :t904l. 
Law re£crm in Ein^ianiL [Sir Hcarj Fow- 

lsr| 3i> Am, L. Rev. 168 [1902f. 
Leaves from an Enqjliah soiicitor $ note book. 



I: 



I. 



The story of a daim to a persoiKige. 

11 Green Ba^ 449 ;iS99{. 

II. A story of pro^essioaal negtigemre. II 
Green Bag, 496 [IS09I. 

III. l^Tiat s in a name? A story of m»- 
taken identity. 11 Green Bog, 5S1 
[1^991. 

IV. **La tet anguis in herba.'* A story 
of mnocent participation in crime. 

12 Green Bag, 86 [1900]. 

V. The self-wiUed lady dient. 12 Green 
Bag, 193 [1900!. 

\1. A Sunday afternoon nap and its con- 
sequences. 12 Green Bag, 245 [1906]. 

VII. Blue wins the day. A story of an 

old time election in England. ]2Green 
Bag. 307 [1900]. 

VIII. "Saved by a pancake" or "old 
Harbottles wiU." 12 Green Bag, 364 
[1900]. 

IX. The lady of the Manor. 12 Green 
Bag. 420 [1900]. 

X. Nemesis of a practical joke. 12 Green 
Bag. 512 [1900]. 

XL Perjury: — is it excusable under any 

circumstances? 13 Green Bag. 141 

[1901]. 
XII. The wrong Mrs. Simpson: a comedy 

of professional errors. 13 Green Bag, 

539 [1901]. 



« 



GREAT BRITAIN 



161 



GREAT BRITAIN: LAWS 



The legal tie with the colonies. [Erasmus 
Darwin Parker) 29 Law Mag. and Rev. 
423 [1904]. 

London government. 124 L. J. 15 [1907]. 
Nobility in England. [Edward Manson] 

2 J. Comp. Leg. 319 [1900]. 
Notes on the early history of legal studies in 

England. [Joseph Walton] 25 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 51, 153. 389 [1899-1900]. 
The old law quarter. 105 L. T. 250 [1898]. 
Personal liability of executors in Scotland 

and England. [William F. Trotter] 

13 Jurid. Rev. 320 [1901]. 
Queen Victoria's chancellors. [Ti^he Hop- 

Idns] 121 L. T. 166 [1906]. 
Removal of paupers from England to Scot- 
land or Ireland and vice versa. 71 J. P. 

99. 110 [1907]. 
The sheriffs for London and Middlesex. 107 

L. T. 455 [1899]. 
Some differences between English and Colon- 
ial law. [Everard Di&lyy] 29 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 294 [1904]. 
Some notes on foreign companies in England. 

[Isreal Davis] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 355 [1900]. 
Story of an old time election in England. 

[Baxter Borret] 12 Green Bag. 307 

[1900]. 
The Temple Knights. [Basil Crump] 108 

L. T. 177 [1899]. 
The title Prince of Wales. 65 J. P. 755 [1901]. 
Views on the relations between England and 

America. [Benton Smitli] 27 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 321 [1902]. 

GREAT BRITAIN: Cabinet. 

Cabinet and the Empire. [R. B. Haldane] 

5 J. Comp. Leg. 66 [1903]. 
Can a Roman Catholic be appointed Lord 

High Chancellor of England? 108 L. T. 

96 [1899]. 
The Home Office and criminal appeals. 30 

Law Mag. and Rev. 399 [1905]. 
The Secretary for Scotland. 18 Scot. L. 

Rev. 317 [1902]. 
GREAT BRITAIN: Crown. 
Are royal mines corporeal hereditaments? 51 

Sol. J. 764 [1907]. 
The constitutional aspect of the coronation. 

110 L. T. 350 [1901]. 
Coronation honors. 66 J. P. 419; 113 L. T. 

213 [1902]. 
The Court of Claims. 9 Scot. L. T. 115 

[1901]. 



The Crown and local authorities. 68 J. P. 50 
[1904]. 

The Crown and the Public Health acts. 63 
J. P. 449 [1899J. 

The Crown as corporation. [F. W. Mait- 

land] 17 Law Q. Rev. 131 [1901].; [W. 

Harrison Moore] 20 Law Q. Rev. 351 

[1904]. 
Crown property and the Public Health 

acts. 66 J. P. 641 [1902]. 
Defender of the faith. 110 L. T. 486 [1901]. 
The demise of the Crown. 65 J. P. 50 [1901]; 

[W. Percy Pain] 26 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 309 [1901]. 
Fee-farm rents purchased from the crown. 

[T. Bennet] 19 Law Q. Rev. 417 [1903]. 
The law of contract and the coronation. 

[J. Hassell Henderson] 10 Scot. L. T. 

123 [1902]. 
L^:al liability of the executive. [W. Harri- 
son Moore] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 282 [1904]. 
An obsolete source of revenue — the Jews. 

[Legal antiquities.] [Wjratt Paine] 115 

L. T. 180 [1903]. 
Ownership of foreshare as against the crown. 

41 Ir. L. T. 209, 215 [1907]. 
The postponement of the coronation. 66 J. 

P. 401 [1902]. 
Public holidays by Royal proclamation. 121 

L. T. 579 [1906]. 
Some curious facts about the coronation of 

an English monarch. [John DeMor- 

gan] 13 Green Bag, 287 [1901]. 
Statutory enactments relating to the death 

of the sovereign. 35 Ir. L. T. 45, 55 

[1901]. 
Submarine estates. 36 Ir. L. T. 463 [1902]. 
The wills of the Kings of England. 1 N. Ir. 

Jur. 85 [1901]. 
GREAT BRITAIN: Laws. 
Adoption of English law in Maryland. [Ber- 
nard C. Steiner] 8 Yale L. J. 353 [1899]. 
Aliens act, 1905. 69 J. P. 592, 601; 70 do. 

4 [1905-6]. 

The British Constitution. [William L. 
Martin] 12 Am. Law. 196 [1904]. 

British prize law. [G. G. Pliilliniore] 28 
Law Mag. and Rev. 168 [1903]. 

Chancellors of the nineteenth century con- 
sidered as law reformers. [E. K. Blyth] 

5 Can. L. Rev. 96, 160 [1906]. 
Codification of English law. [William Simp- 
son] 36 L. J. 501 [1901]. 



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The Companies act, 1900. [Richard Brown] 
16 Scot. L. Rev. 255 [1900]. 

Companies act, 1900. [Edward Manaon] 
61 Uw Q. Rev. 414 [1900). 

The Companies bill 51 Sol. J. 318 [1907]. 
Constitution of the Empire and the develop- 
ment of its councils. [R. B. Haldane] 

4 J. Comp. Leg. 11 [1902]. 
The construction of the Money-Lenders act, 

1900. [L. J. Sturfte] 22 Law Q. Rev. 

213 [1906]. 
The Conveyancing act, 1874. (Thomas M. 

Horsburft] 11 Scot. L. T. 91 [1903]. 
The Conveyancing and Settled Land bills. 

50 Sol. J. 370; 51 do. 510, 529 [1906-7]. 
The Criminal Appeal bill. 50 Sol. J. 355; 51 

do. 422 [1906-7]; 70 J. P. 171 [1906]. 
Criminal appeal in England. [W. F. Craies] 

8 J. Comp. L^. 93 [1907]. 
The Criminal Evidence act and the duty 

of a magistrate. 63 J. P. 35 [1898]. 
The Criminal Procedure and Summary 

Jurisdiction (Scotland] bill. [Henry 

H. Brown] 33 Law Mag. and Rev. 60 

[1907]. 
Damages under the Employers and Workmen 

act, 1875. 67 J. P. 494 [1903]. 
Defects in the Housing of the Working 

Classes act. 1890. 62 J. P. 707 [1898]. 
Development of law during the middle ages, 

especially in France and England. [Geo. 

D. Ferguson] 63 Alb. L. J. 419 [1901]. 
Early English and Scottish law compared. 

12 Scot. L. Rev. 1 [1896]. 
Early history of the law merchant in England. 

[A. F. Carter] 17 Law Q. Rev. 232 

[1901]. 
Early law in Britain. 21 Can. L. T. 209 [1901]. 
The Education [Provision of Meals] act, 1906. 

71 J. P. 2 [1907]. 
Employment of Children act, 1903. 67 J. P. 

541, 566 [1903]. 
English and Ontario law. [N. W. Hoyles] 

26 Can. L. T. 469 [1906]. 
English history and the study of English law. 

[Arthur Lyon Ctom] 2 Mich. L. Rev. 

649 [1904]. 
English jurisprudence and Indian studies 

in law. [C. L. Tupper] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 

84 [1901]. 
English law of nationality and naturalization. 

[Edward Louis de Hart] 2 J. Comp. 

Leg. 11 [1900]. 



English law under King Alfred. 45 Sol. J. 
778 [1901]. 

The English statute book. (Sir Courtenay 
nhert] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 75 [1900]. 

English system of registration. [Jacques 

Dumas] 9 Yale L. J. 341 [1900]. 
Expiring laws continuance. 47 Sol. J. 430 

[1903]. 
The Factories act, 1901, and the Workmen's 

Compensation act, 1897. 46 Sol. J. 148 

[1901]. 
The Factory and Workshop act, 1901. 36 Ir. 

L. T. 393, 403, 413 [1902]. 
Formation of contract in English law. [Ernst 

Schuster] 27 Can. L. T. 248, 347 [1907]. 
Heresy trials in England. [W. W. Goodwin] 

69 Alb. L. J. 38 [1907]. 
How Great Britain governs her colonies. 

[Lebbeus R. Wilfley] 9 Yale L. J. 207 

[1900]. 
The impracticable Companies act, 1900. 

[Anthony Pulbroolc] 29 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 302 [1904]. 
Infant Life Protection act, 1897. 32 Ir. L. 

T. 69 [1898]. 
Influence of English law and legislation upon 

the native laws of India. [Sir W. H. 

Ratti^an] 3 J. Comp. L^. 46 [1901]. 
International law as a factor in English law. 

[Pitt Cobbett] 6 Com. L Rev. 70 [1909]. 
Is international law a part of the law of Eng- 
land? [J. Westlalce] 22 Law Q. Rev. 14 

[1906]. 
The Judicial Trustees act, 1896. [R. J. M. 

Borough] 105 L. T. 543 [1898]. 
The labour laws. [L. A. Atherley-Jones] 

120 L. T. 114 [1905]. 
The Land Tenure bill. 50 Sol. J. 321 [1906]. 
The law of bankruptcy in England and 

Scotland. [Richard Brown] 104 L. T. 

36, 63 [1897]. 
Law of contract in England and Scotland. 

[Ricliard Brown] 15 Jurid. Rev. 391 

[1903]. 
The legislation and local government of King 

Alfred. [Warwidc H. Ehtiper] 196 L. 

T. 291, 313 [1899]; 11 Green Bag, 596; 

12 do. 48 [1899-1900]. 
Local government in England and Ireland. 

[J. V. Vesey Fitz-Gerald] 24 Uw Mag. 

and Rev. 22 [1898]. 
Local Government [transfer of powers] act, 

1903. 67 J. P. 423 [1903]. 




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The London Government act, 1899. 43 Sol. 
J. 653 [1899]. 

The Money-lenders act, 1900. [Hu^ H. 
L. BeUot] 26 Law Mag. and Rev. 456 
[1901]; 113 L. T. 283 [1902]. 

The Motor Car act and regulations. 67 J. P. 

588, 612 [1903]. 
The Motor Car act of 1903. [J. Duncan 

Millar] 11 Scot. L. T. 135 [1904]. 
The neutrality of Great Britain: the Foreign 

Enlistment act, 1870. [N. W. Sibley] 

29 Law Mag. and Rev. 454; 30 do. 37 

[1904]. 
New inebriates legislation in England. [A. 

Wood Renton] 11 Green Bag, 382 [1899]. 
The new Patents and Designs act. 52 Sol. 

J. 109 [1907]. 
The new public elementary school code. 68 

J. P. 241 [1904]. 
Notes on Maine's Ancient Law. [Frederick 

PoUock] 21 Law Q. Rev. 165, 273; 22 

do. 73 [1905-6]. 
Notes on the Public Health act. [James 

Donaldaon] 13 Scot. L. Rev. 223 [1897]. 
Payment of expenses incurred under the 

Factory and Workshop act, 1901. 48 

Sol. J. 732, 739 [1904]. 
The Penal Servitude bill. 68 J. P. 278 [1904]. 
Personal injury actions and workmen's com- 
pensation in England. [R. Newton 

Crane] 18 Green Bag, 216 [1906]. 
The Poor Prisoners' Defense act, 1903. 67 

J. P. 577; 68 do. 15, 26, 38, 52 [1903-4]. 
Preliminary or dilatory pleas in England and 

Scotland. [J. W. Brodie-Innes] 10 

Jurid. Rev. 217 [1898]. 
Present complexity of land law, and its 

remedy. [J. E. Ho^] 20 Law Q. Rev. 

292 [1904]. 
The Prevention of Corruption act, 1906. 

[A. J. Loutit Lain&] 14 Scot. L. T. 130 

[1906]. 
— [G. W. WUton] 18 Jurid. Rev. 370 [1906]. 
Prevention of Cruelty to Children act, 1904. 

68 J. P. 531, 543 [1904]. 
Prologue to a history of English law. [F. 

W. Maitland] 14 Uw Q. Rev. 13 [1898]. 
The Public Authorities Protection act, 1893. 

43 Sol. J. 565 [1899]; 51 do. 699, 712, 

727, 735, 744, 756 [1907]. 
The Public Health Acts Amendment act, 

1907. 71 J. P. 529. 541, 553, 565, 589, 

[1907J. 



The Public Trustee bill. [J. W. Barty] 13 
Scot. L. T. 71 [1905]. 

The Public Trustee act, 1906. [J. Andrew 
Strahan] 33 Law Mag. and Rev. 68 
[1907]. 

The Public Trustee act, 1906, and the march 
of officialdom. [James W. Reid] 42 
L. J. 646 [1907]. 

The Real Estate Charges acts. 48 Sol. J. 80 
[1903]. 

The recent development of private inter- 
national law in England. [Robert C 
Henderson] 34 Am. L. Rev. 386 [1900]. 

Review of the legislation, 1895. [Sir Cour- 
tenay Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o.s. 1 [1897]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 141 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. L^. 84 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 452 [1899]. 

— 1899. [J. M. Leiy] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 520 

[1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. L^. 281 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 213 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 323 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 319 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 72 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. L^. 419 [1906]. 

— 1906. [Edward Manson] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 

279 [1907]. 
Rise of the ecclesiastical law of England. 105 

L. T. 307 [1898]. 
The royal assent. 12 Green Bag, 602 [1900]. 
Sale of Food and Drugs acts. 67 J. P. 362, 

374 [1903]. 
The Sale of Milk regulations, 1901. 71 J. P. 

123 [1907]. 
Section 299 of the Lunacy act, 1890. 43 Sol. 

J. 203 [1899]. 
Small Dwellings Acquisition act, 1899. [M. 

H. Levirton] 34 L. J. 570 [1899]. 
Some evils of the Judicature acts. [Anthony 

Pulbrook] 30 Law Mag. and Rev. 450 

[1905], 
Some observations of the bankruptcy laws. 

[£. Cooper Willis] 26 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 440 [1901]. 
Suggested improvements in the Conveyancing 

act, 1881. [T. F. Martin] 30 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 282 [1905]. 
Some suggested amendments of the Aliens 

act, 1905. [N. W. Sibley] 31 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 399 [1906]. 
The Trade Disputes act, 1906. 71 J. P. 49 

[1907]. 



GREAT BRITAIX: LAWS 



ZAT MLTT 



ncvTcocM:iL 



Truck legtslatioQ ta EvgiiHi aad oat r^ ;9»> 
tinent. lAdcUd* M. 1 1 I i \\\ I \ 
Comp. Leg. S95 [1^^^ 

Usury Ulw9 in Ei^laadL lOe L. T «5S .S^'. 

The West Ridtog JiM%»»t. JG. JL 
32 Law Mag. aad Rrr. 1 ::M^ 

What EngUsli statutes are U« 

(J. Sinclair lut«e t X br. Jir ^& 

[1903]. 
The Wild Binb FmtctMi act. :*>! *> ; 

P, 361 n9WJ. 
Workmen's Co«s|KaTiiitiw act IJL. T, 

Cleitl U Jttrid. Rev. IST ^:>W^. 
The Workwaea » i\vi5f>ie«»n«t 

105 L, T> 3a. 172. :Jl> :i>lfcsV 
The Workinra » Co<upifttMiCMt 

lAlMcaadsr T^qrlar U 5ox. L. Rrr 1.7 

— (J, H. Cook^ 55 1 . J. *s5 ,^,«s\ 

— (A, T- GleM) lOSwt. L. T. S .^.*Sf. 
Workmen * Coin|xt«a?k>a actsw l^^C' aMi 

190a [A. l4MirW«BMC niLr»» 

11901), 
The Workmen s Coosfun^atMi act* l^Wfc. 

23 Scot. L. Re\\ ISl ,19»?r. 
The Workmen s Coexpifttsatk* act* l^Wl 

71 J. p, 85, 97 :i«c:. 

GREAT BRITAIN: FM»siMt> 

Appellate juri^iiictioa of ilie Hoase of Lords. 

(Thomaa B«v«fi! 17 Lav Q. Rrr. IgS. 

357 119011, 
British House of Commons [1 ■wifct 

Irw«n] 15 Cmn Bdtg. 369 :i90SL 
British House of Lords in its judkisl capadr>\ 

[Lawmnca Irwell] 15 CVeca B^. 567 

|i9aM. 

The constitutional position of the House 

of Lords. (G. CSovcr AJnan d rtl 32 

Law Mag. and Rev. 129 (1907). 
An election to the House of Lords. 124 L. 

T. 90 (19071. 
The House of Lords and estate duty. 43 

Sol. J. 92 [189S). 
The House of Lords and the Succession Duty 

act. 50 SoL J. 418 [1906]. 
Intoxicants at Westminster. 62 J. P. 722 

[1898). 
Is a peer of the realm as of right a lord of 

parliament? 123 L. T. 113 (1907]. 
Lawyers in the English pariiament. [Edward 

Porritt] 11 Green Bag, 131 [1899]. 
The legblature and Thames Valley floods. 

120 L. T. 146 [1905]. 



I 




wt-^ A^'fMHLi^ r> Ae prrnr cncaril 
1^11 ili >liilisrtii: $ Can. L Rrr. 

Appeal to r^ Prfrv Cooacd ia criaiaal 

cKcs. ro J. P. *r ri«&r. 

Aascrx^ut Ccciscttwath^ aad tW Privy 



^ 17 Cape L J. « :i«tf. 

CcflBdr.:tK« awi tlie Privy 

Cocac^ 51 Sot J. Ill .1905;^ 
A Caaadiui lav lord oa the Judicial Cotnsait> 

tee of the Prnrr CoundL ^DttvU Raai 

McConi; 6 Re^. Leg. 306 :i90tV. 
Intfiaa and colonial appeals to the privy 

coondL (A. Wood Roatoa! 1 J. CocnpL 

Leg. 345 :iSO^ 
Is the Pr ivy Council a legislative body? 

[Robert Stoat] 21 Uv Q. Rev. 9 [1905]. 
The Judicial Committee and the Indian High 

Courts. 27 Lav Mag. and Rev. 264 

[1902]. 
The Judicial Committee — its past, present, 

and future. [N. W. Ho^ea] 39 Can. L. 

J. 218 [1903]. 
The Judicial Committee of the Privy CoundL 

[Sir Frederick PdUock] 4 Can. L. Rev. 

508 [1905]. 
The jurisdiction of the privy council. [Sir 

Frederidc Pollock] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 330 

[1906]. 



GREAT BRITAIN: PRIVY COUNCIL 166 



GROAT 



Privy council and the Australian constitution. 
[W. Harrison Moore] 23 Law Q. Rev. 
331 [1907]. 

Privy Council appeals. 42 L. J. 340 [1907]. 
The weakness of the Privy Council. [H. B. 

Higgins] 3 Com. L. Rev. 258 [1906]. 
Great Jurists of the Worid. 

I. Papinian. [Prof. E. C. Clark] 4 J. 
Comp. Leg. 19 [1902]. 

II. Ulpian. [James Crawford Ledlie] 
5 J. Comp. Leg. 13 [1903]. 

III. Bartolus. [Sir WlUiam Rattlgan] 
6. J. Comp. Leg. 230 [1904]. 

IV. HugoGrotius. [Sir WUllam Rattl- 
gan] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 68 [1904]. 

V. Francis Bacon. [J. E. G. de Mont- 
morency] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 263 [1905]. 

VI. Liebnitz. [Sir John MacDoneU] 6 
J. Comp. Leg. 283 [1905]. 

VII. Thomas Hobbes. [J. E. G. de Mont- 
morency] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 51 [1907]. 

VIII. Vico. [Mlcha^ H. Rafferty] 8 J. 
Comp. Leg. 71 [1907]. 

IX. Caesar Bonesana. [Thomas Rawllng 
Bridgwater] 8 J Comp. Leg. 219 [1907]. 

Great trials in fiction. 

I. The Yatton Estates. 11 Am. Law. 157 

[1903]. 

I I . Effie Deans. 1 1 Am. Law. 207 [1903]. 

III. The last sentence. 1 1 Am. Law. 253 
[1903]. 

IV. The Belcher claim. 1 1 Am. Law. 301 
[1903]. 

V. In a Russian court. 11 Am. Law. 397, 
445 [1903]. 

VI . In defense of his client. 1 1 Am. Law. 
517 [1903]. 

GREECE* 

Lawyers of ancient Greece. [Harry Shel- 

mlre Hopper] 67 Alb. L. J. 10 [1905]. 
The study of old Greek law. [Frederic Earle 

Whltaker] 17 Green Bag, 95 [1905]. 
Trials in Athens. 11 Green Bag, 103 [1899]. 
Green Bag, The rise and fall of the. [Donald 

R. Rlchberft] 18 Green Bag, 465 [1906]. 
Green, Geo. S., Tribute to the memory of. 

[BenJ. F. Hetfer] 4 Okla. L. J. 5 [1905] 
Green, Henry W. [1804-1876.] Biographi- 

Q^l sketch. [Jacob Weart] 22 N. J. L. J. 

44, 68 [1899]. 
Green, James S. [1817-1870.] Biographi- 

cal sketch, with portrait. [Charles W. 

Sloan] 14 Green Bag, 205 [1902]. 



Green, Manly C. [1843-1898.] Biographi- 

cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

36 [1899]. 
Green, Nathaniel W. [-1901.] Judge. 

Obituary, with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. 

N. 280 [1901]. 
Greene, Henry S. [1833-1899.] Obituary. 

31 Chic. Leg. N. 234 [1899]. 
Greene, John L. [1837-1903.] Memorial. 

48 Ohio L. B. 732 [1903]. 

GREENLAND. 

Justice and crime in Danish Greenland. 

[Maynard Shipley] 17 Jurid. Rev. 56 

[1905]. 
Gregorowskl, Mr. Justice, and the reform 

trial. [E. P. Solomon] 18 S. A. L. J. 78 

[1901]. 
Gregory, Stephen S. [1849>19— .] Sketch, 

with portrait. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 89 [1899]. 

GRENADA. 

Modes of legislation in Grenada. [Sir J. F. 

Hutchinson] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 151 

[1897]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [W. P. B. Shep- 

heard] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 131 [1896]. 
— 1896. [H. L. Ormsby] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

o. s. 252 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. L^. 167 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. L^. 574 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 638 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. L^. 42211901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 353 [1902J. 

— 1902. [Aleiander Manson] 5 J. Comp. 

L^. 446 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6. J. Comp. L^. 465 [1905]. 

— 1904. [C. J. Tarring] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 

228 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 540 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. L^. 419 [1907]. 

Grler, Robert Cooper. [1794-1870.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Francis 
R. Jones] 16 Green Bag, 221 [1904]. 

Grlnthorpe, Lord. Edmund Beckett Deni- 

son. [1816-1905.] Obituary. 119 L. T. 

15 [1905]. 
GrlnneU, Charles E. [1841-1916.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 40 Am. L. Rev. 914 

[1906]. 
GrlnneU, Julius S. Judge. [1842-1898.] 

Obituary. 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 643 [1898]. 
Groat, Lincoln A. [1865-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 79 

[1899]. 



CatOBSCUF 



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WTHh 



Su« Judir- 



1 'IHW, 







,« tteidi, 1^ L- Now* IG*.; 17V lliW; 

GUARAicnr. 

Dtmaad om pnmdpad bekmt acdoa a^aiBK 

Gttafamio m ba«k frj—^'io t. 23K BaoriL 

Gtiaramiei of pdynmmt of dnfts a^aaHi 

Mptntm: 22 Bask. L. J. tZ7 ':S<1^^ 
MercaotUe fuanaunu l<i» L. T. 241 .IMXT^ 
Notice of ac c rp fj fc ifl oMBrxacuof ^vaosrv. 

RevocatkMi of a fuaraiBtee. 4( SoL J. 407 

111IQ21. 
SobrogatkMi bi rdatkio tx> dbe lav of trotit — | 

mi\jrof^wm and fiddihy guarastka. 

108 L, T. 4» ll«»i, 
GUARDIAN AND WARD. 
AppfMW nymt of fj^ttsunH^a^ by a mother. 106 

CAur*\'un ad UUm — bk origin. (Eev« T. 

Crump] 4 Wem. Ret. L. J. 178 [l^^]. 
(ASMf4'un** Mckaowitd^mtttt and fimttatjoo. 

'/ l^>m. L. K. 2$7 (IHOOI, 
(/UMffihtnit* 0ver4raJtM on their tre^Mirtn, 

Tl** umiftiUmAtip of cMtUiren. 51 SoL J. 5 

Pf'/l/^4ti//fury ^uardhiMhip of oflfenderv, (A« 
M. if«inlltoo| 18 Jurid, Rev, 221 (1906). 

A r|U4^( urn of dbfMit^d guardianship. (A4Solph 
Mo«m| U r;reen Bag, 698 [IWZl, 

CtinimnHry law in Guernsey. 112 L. T. fi24 

{mm 

GiMmth«r, Hmiy H. [1862-.] Biographical 

sluftch. 69 AJI>. L. J. 79 (1899). 
GtiitMU, The trial of [E. Hilton Jackson] 

9 Vtt. L. Ri!g. 1023 (1904). 
CAiUy, WiUhMn Court. [1835-1909.] 

S|x*4ker of ( he I louse of C:!ommons. 1 19 

I,, T. 153 [1905J. 
Guthrie, WiUiam, The SheriflTship of 

l.tiimrkshlre. Portrait. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 

57 (19031. I 




iw: 




The ii ttna r ? of the 

1 CiJL L RcT- 2H6 :2Mar^ 

1^ Law 0- Rr%^- « IlSWei 
wr^panr^^ S IjkL L. J. SI :i9». 

:isi7-i<<*a,i 

30 Caa. L T. 171. 



— Cfeitiiary. 36 Caa. L. J. 2» IlM*. 

vTthponiait. 3^Am.L. ReT.567 ;i90ij. 
HAGUE, THE. 
The eleventh coirwBtioa pfo potd by the 

Hague cDolcrcfice of 190?. (Staaeoa E. 

Bmk±m%Mt] 2 Am. J. Int. L. 307 :i90s;. 
Equafit>^ of states and the Hague ooalerences. 

(Frederick Cfasrlea Wckai 2 Am. J. 

Int. Lav 530 (190S). 
The growth of H^:iie ideals. [HttiaiaT«y- 

birl 40 Am. L. Rev. 1 (1905]. 
Hague conference of 1904 for the adx-ance- 

roent of private tntematioiial law. 

(Slm«Mi E. Biddwin] 14 Yale L. J. 

1 (1904]. 
Hague court and peace. (J<rfin Hay] 38 Am. 

L. Rev. 899 [1904]. 
Hague court and vital interests. [Thomas 

Barclay] 21 Uw Q. Rev. 109 [1905]. 
Hague court in the pious fund aihitration. 

[Wm. L. Penned] 65 Alb. L. J. 239 

[1903]. 
Hague convention concerning the rights and 

duties of neutral powers and persons in 

land warfare. [Antonio S. de Busta- 

mante] 2 Am. J. Int. L. 95 [1908]. 
Hague convention on matters of private 

international law. [Ernest J. Schuster] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. 428 [1899]. 




HAGUE 



167 



HARE 



Hague convention respecting the rights and 
duties of neutral powers in naval war. 
(Charles Cheney Hyde] 2 Am. J. Int. 
Uw, 507 [1908]. 

Hague convention restricting the use of force 
to recover on contract claims. [George 
Winfield Scott] 2 Am. J. Int. L. 78 
[1908]. 

Hague Tribunal's first case. 114 L. T. 14 

[1902]. 
The legal results of the Hague Conference. 

[Norman Bentwich] 42 L. J. 664 [1907]. 

The work of the second Hague peace confer- 
ence. [James Brown Scott] 2 Am. J. 
Int. L. [1908]. 

Haight, Albert. [1842-19—.] Biographical 
sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 80 [1899]. 

Hair. [R. Vashon Rogers] 16 Green Bag, 
326 [1904]. 

Haldane, Richard Burton. [1825-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 5 J. Comp. L^. 
215 [1904]. 

Hale, Sir Matthew. [1609-1676.] A 
striking figure in the legal history of 
England. [Edward Manson] 119 L. T. 
292 [1905]. 

Hale, Richard Walden. [1871-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 41 Am. L. Rev. 903 [1907]. 

Hall, James Paiicer. Biographical note, 
with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 62 [1899]. 

Halsbury, Lord. See Hanling Stanley 
Gifford. 

Halsted, OUver S. [1792-1877.] Chan- 
cellor. Biographical sketch. [Jacob 
Weart] 23 N. J. L. J. 227 [1900]. 

Hamilton, Alexander, [1757-1804] the 
lawyer. [Henry D. Estabroolc] 35 Am. 

L. Rev. 841; 5 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 148 
[1901]; 1 So. L. Rev. 557 [1902]; 28 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 171, 208, 240, 245 [1904]. 

— [Emory Speer] 16 Yale L. J. 94 [1906]. 

— Influence on the American law of libel. 

[Adolph Moses] 28 Nat. Corp. Rep. 692, 
698 [1904]. 

— Address. [Robert McMurdy] 34 Chic. 

L^. N. 5 [1901]. 

HamUton, Edwin T., [1830-1905] The life, 
character, and services of Judge. Por- 
trait. [N. A. Gilbert] 50 Ohio L. B. 137 
[1905]. 

Hamlet, An argument for. [Mary E. 
Cardwill] 12 Green Bag, 227 [1900]. 



Hamline, John H. [1856-1904.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 218 
[1904]. 

— Memorial. 28 Nat. Corp. Rep. 280 [1904]. 
Hammer, D. Harry. [1840-1904.] Obitu- 
ary. 36 Chic. L^. N. 267 [1904]. 

Hammond, W. W. [1831-.]. Biographical 

Sketch. 59 Alb. L. J. 80 [1899]. 
Hammurabi, Code of. [D. Oswald Dsrlces] 

16 Jurid. Rev. 72 [1904]. 
Hand, John Pryor, Judge. [1850-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 38 Chic. L^. N. 

391 [1906]. 

HANDWRITING. 

An important handwriting decision. [Wil« 

liam J. Kinsley] 18 Bank. L. J. 847 

[1901]. 
Evidence of handwriting. 45 Sol. J. 6 [1900]. 
Experts in handwriting and their blunders. 

3 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 211 [1900]. 
Fursman ruling and handwriting experts. 

[William J. Kinsley] 18 Bank. L. J. 

319 [1901]. 
Handwriting experts and the Broughton case. 

[William J. Kingsley] 17 Bank. L. J. 

599 [1900]. 
Handwriting of part-payments. 4 Bom. L. R. 

1 [1902]. 
On the detection of forged handwriting. 119 

L. T. 65 [1905]. 
Prepossession and bias of opinion witnesses to 

handwriting. [Cliarles C. Moore] 10 

Uw Notes [N. Y.] 205 [1907]. 
Regulation of expert testimony as to disputed 

handwriting. [William J. Kinney] 65 

Alb. L. J. 108 [1903]. 
Tales told by handwriting. [William J. 

Kinsley] 17 Bank. L. J. 309 [1900]. 
Hannay, David. [1835-1898.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 14 Scot. L. Rev. 276 

[1898]. 
Harcourt, Sir William. [1827-1904.] Obit- 
uary. 117 L.T. 526 [1904]. 
Hardin, George A. [1832-1901.] Biograph- 
ical sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 346 [1904]. 
Hardwiclce, Lord. Philip Yorke. [1690- 

1764.] Attorney-General and Chief 

Justice. 105 L. T. 423 [1898]. 

— Equity and politics. 105 L. T. 455 [1898]. 

— 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 366 [1906]. 

Hare, John Innes Clarke. [1816-1905.] 
Biographical sketch. [William Draper 
Lewis] 54 Am. L. Reg. 711 [1906]. 



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168 



HEALTH LAWS 



Hare Sjrsteiiit with special reference to its 
application in Tasmania. [W. Jethro 
Brown] 15 Law. Q. Rev. 51 [1899). 

Harington, Richard. [1861-.] Justice. 
Sketch, with portrait. 5 Cal. L. J. 13 
[1907]. 

Harlan, James. [1820-1899.] Obituary. 

33 Am. L. Rev. 892 [1899]. 
Harlan, James S. [1861-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 166 

[1901]. 
Harlan, John M., Judge, [1833-1911] 

Dinner to. 35 Chic. L^. N. 143 [1902]. 

— Twenty-fifth anniversary of accession to 

Supreme Bench. 30 Wash. L. R.806 [1902]. 
Harrington, Eugene W. [1866-19—.] 

Biographical sketch, with portrait. 59 

Alb. L. J. 81 [1899]. 
Harris, Hamilton. [1819-1900.] Obituary. 

62 Alb. L. J. 385 [1900]. 
Harris, Stephen R. [1824-1905.] Obituary. 

[Frank S. Monnett] 50 Ohio L. B. 50. 

— Memorial, with portrait. 50 do. 72 [1905]. 

Harrison, Benjamin, [1833-1901] as a law- 
yer and an orator. [W. W. Thornton 
14 Green Bag, 49 [1902]. 

Harter Act, The. [Fredericic Green] 16 
Harv. L. Rev. 157 [1903]. 

— [John C. Walker] 38 Am. L. Rev. 843; 

66 Alb. L. J. 369 [1904]. 

— and bills of lading legislation. [F. Sieve- 

king] 16 Yale L. J. 25 [1906]. 

— recent legislation in the United States 

respecting bills of lading. [Everett P. 

Wheeler] 33 Am. L. Rev. 801 [1899]. 
Has Brouck, Joseph. [-1901.] Obituary. 

36 Am. L. Rev. 106 [1902]. 
Hatch, AzelF. [1848-1906.] Obituary, with 

portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 131 [1906]. 
Hatch, Edward W. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 53 [1899]. 
HAWAII. 
Hawaiian case. [Emlin McClain] 17 Harv. 

L. Rev. 386 [1904]. 
Land registration in the territory of Hawaii. 

[Philip L. Weaver] 40 Am. L. Rev. 321 

[1906]. 
The organization of a territorial government 

for Hawaii. [Alfred S. HartweU] 9 

Yale L. J. 107 [1899]. 
Segregation of Hawaiian lepers by administra- 
tive process. [W. F. Meier] 65 Cent. 

L. J. 314 [1907]. 



Hawes, Kirk, Judge. [1839-1904.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 
29 [1904]. 

HAWKERS AND PEDDLERS. 

Hawkers in markeU. 64 J. P. 210 [1900]. 
Shopkeepers acting as hawkers. 63 J. P. 321 
[1899]. 

Hawkins, Sir Henry, Lord Brampton. 
[1817-1907.] Sketch and portrait. 11 
Green Bag, 49 [1899]. 

— The bench without Mr. Justice Hawkins. 

43 Sol. J. 137 [1898]. 

— Anecdote of. 59 Alb. L. J. 183 [1899]. 

— Reminiscences of. [J. S. Cartwright] 4 

Can. L. Rev. 353 [1905]. 

— Obituary notices. 27 Can. L. T. 688; 

42 L. J. 621 ; 123 L. T. 509 [1907]. 
Hawkins, William M. [1850-.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 

L. J. 82 [1899]. 
Hawley, Lucian. [1818-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 82 

[1899]. 
Hay-Pauncefote Convention, Significance 

of the. [Charles Cheney Hyde] 14 

Harv*. L. Rev. 52 [1900]. 
Hayes, F. W. C. [1859-1898.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 89 

[1898]. 
Hayes Hoger heresy. [F. C. Leftwich] 6 

Bar, 250 [1899]. 
Hayne, Robert G. [1791-1840.] Sketch, 

with portrait. [Walter L. MUler] 11 

Green Bag, 97 [1899]. 
Haywood, William D., A constitutional 

question suggested by the trial of. 

[Charles P. McCarthy] 19 Green Bag, 

636 [1907]. 
HEALTH LAWS. 
Arbitrations under the Public Health act, 

1875. 66 J. P. 145 [1902]. 
Crown property and the Public Health acts. 

66 J. P. 641 [1902]. 
The economic advisability of inaugurating a 

national department of health. [J. 

Pease Norton] 68 Alb. L. J. 338 [1906}. 
Enforcement of sanitary by-laws. 62 J. P. 

354 [1898]. 
Factory inspectors and sanitary authorities. 

65 J. P. 51 [1901]. 
Factory legislation. 70 J. P. 267 [1906]. 
Factory sanitation and outworkers. 70 J. P. 

350 [1906]. 



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169 



HERVEY 



Federal regulation of quarantine. [W. E. 
Walz] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 189 [1906]. 

Health visitors. 70 J. P. 565 [1906]. 
The liability for supplying infected water. 
69 J. P. 158 [1905]. 

Municipal boards of health and quarantine 

regulations. [Ausdii Lewis] 34 Am. 

L. Rev. 722 [1900]. 
Notes on the Public Health act. (James 

Donaldson] 13 Scot. L. Rev. 223 [1897]. 
Offensive trades. 69 J. P. 613 [1905]. 
Our milk supply. 68 J. P. 85 [1904]. 
Polluted wells. 62 J. P. 306 [1898]. 
The power of the state board of health, under 

the Missouri constitution, to revoke a 

physician's license. [Edw. J. White] 

57 Cent. L. J. 423 [1903]. 
The protection of towns from tuberculosis in 

milk. 71 J. P. 279 [1907]. 
The Public Health Acts Amendment act, 

1907. 71 J. P. 529, 541, 553, 565. 589 

[1907]. 
Right of entry of sanitary authorities. 63 

J. P. 305 [1899]; 67 do. 385 [1903]. 
The Sale of Milk regulations, 1901. 71 J. P. 

123 [1907]. 
Sanitary laws, or one's duty to his neighbor. 

1 N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 275 [1904]. 
Sanitary l^slation in the nineteenth century. 

65 J. P. 33. 50 [1901]. 
Seats for shop assistants. 63 J. P. 722 [1899]. 
Seizure of unsound meat. 62 J. P. 113 [1898]. 
The smoke problem. 123 L. T. 199 [1907]. 
Trustees and unsanitary property. 68 J. P. 

603 [1904]. 
Want of cleanliness among the working 

classes. 70 J. P. 494 [1906]. 
Warranties under the Food and Drug acts. 

123 L. T. 56 [1907]. 
Water supply in rural districts. The duty 

of owners. 63 J. P. 194 [1899]. 

— The powers and duties of councils. 63 J. 

P. 210 [1899]. 

— The utilization of springs. 63 J. P. 259 

[1899]. 

— The sinking of wells. 63 J. P. 290 [1899]. 
HEBREW LAW. 

Criminal procedure in Jewish courts. [Julius 
H. Greenstone] 15 Green Bag, 333 
[1903]. 

Divorce and Jewish law: a study in com- 
parative jurisprudence. [Herbert Bent- 
wich] 23 Uw Mag. and Rev. 317 [1898]. 



Exchequer of the Jews. [H. D. Hazeltine] 
18 Uw Q. Rev. 305 [1902]. 

Injunction of a Jewish-Egyptian court of the 
thirteenth century. [David Werner 
Amram] 13 Green Bag. 339 [1901]. 

The law of Moses. 33 Uw Mag. and Rev. 

1 [1907]. . 

The Mosaic code. [Edward N. Calisch] 

12 Va. L. Reg. 851 [1907]. 
A thousand years of Hebrew law. [Hu^ 

Evander Willis] 41 Am. L. Rev. 711 

[1907]. 
Hemphill, Charles Hare, Lord. [1822- 

1908.] Sketch. 120 L. T. 242 [1906]. 
Henderson, Leonard. [1772-1833.] Chief 

Justice. Memoir. [Wm. H. Battle] 

2 N. C. L. J. 197 [1901]. 
Hendricks, Thomas A. [1819-1885.] as 

a lawyer. [W. W. Thornton] 15 Green 

Bag. 253 [1903]. 
Hendrie, John William. [-1900.] In 

memoriam. [Francis Wayland] 10 

Yale L. J. 133 [1901]. 
Henn, Thomas Rice. [1814-1901.] D. L.. 

K. C.J. P. Obituary. 35 Ir. L. T. 271 

[1901]. 
Henry, John W. [1825-1902.] Obituary. 

37 Am. L. Rev. 98 [1903]. 
Henry, Patricic, [1736-1799] as a lawyer. 

[Eugene L. Didier] 16 Green Bag. 73 

[1904]. 
Heredity and lawyers. 107 L. T. 165 [1899]. 
Heresy and witchcraft. [Legal antiquities.] 

[Wyatt Paine] 115 L. T. 35 [1903]. 
Heresy trials in England. [W. W. Goodwin] 

69 Alb. L. J. 38 [1907]. 
HerscheU, Farrer, Lord. [1838^1899.] In 

memoriam. [Lord James of Hereford] 

[Lord Davey] [Victor A. Williamson] 

[Mr. Justice Brewer] [Charles S. 

Fairbanks] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 201-11 

[1899]. 

— Obituary. 106 L. T. 444 [1899]. 

— a reminiscence. [W. C. Gully] 15 Law Q. 

Rev. 123 [1899]. 

— note. 33 Am. L. Rev. 270 [1899]. 

— Builder of our law. 113 L. T. 494 [1902]. 

Hershiser, Orel L. [1856-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 
Alb. L. J. 83 [1899]. 

Hervey, Robert. [1820-1903.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 141 [1903]. 

— 38 Am. L. Rev. 114 [1904]. 



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170 



HIGHWAYS 



Hidden treasure. 68 J. P. 73 [1904]. 
Higgins, JoMph Napier. [1826-1899.] 
Obituary. 44 Sol. J. 115 [1899]. 

High, James L. [1844-1898.] Obituary. 17 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 216 [1898]; 6 Am. Law. 
405 [1898]. 

X — Obituary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. 
N. 55 [1898]. 

— In memoriam. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 99 [1898]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 

109 [1900]. 

High treason, A twentieth century trial for. 
[Lucius F. Crane] 15 Green Bag, 138 
[1903]. 

HIGHWAYS. 

Adverse possession of municipal highways. 
[M. J. Gorman] 5 Can. L. Rev. 445 
[1906]. 

Beneath our streets. 64 J. P. 195 [1900]. 
The breaking up of streets. 69 J. P. 254 
[1905]. 

Breaking up streets for telegraphs or tele- 
phones. 64 J. P. 385 [1900]. 
Charges under Private Street Works act, 

1892. 64 J. P. 369 [1900]. 
Closed churchyards and highways. 44 Sol. 

J. 697 [1900]. 
The County Councils and maintenance of 

public roads. 35 Ir. L. T. 139 [1901]; 

39 do. 255, 269 [1905]. 
Curious old road laws. 12 Green Bag, 445 

[1900]. 
The dedication of four courts as highways. 

71 J. P. 147 [1907]. 
Diversion of highways. 68 J. P. 470 [1904]. 
Do freight carrying interurban electric rail- 
ways impose d servitude on streets? 

[Edward F. White] 64 Cent. L. J. 283 

[1907]. 
Dogs and fowls on highways. 71 J. P. 398 

[1907]. 
Extent of the public easement in country 

highways. [Henry M. Dowling] 57 

Cent. L. J. 225 [1903]. 
Extraordinary traffic. 62 J. P. 753 [1898]; 

66 do. 737, 769, 785, 819 [1902]. 
Extraordinary traffic expenses. 51 Sol. J. 

780 [1907]. 
Footways and carriage-ways. 116 L. T. 

170 [1903]. 
Gia^ow register of streets. 21 Scot. L. Rev. 

223 [1905]. 



Hearing objections under the Private Street 
Works act, 1892. 65 J. P. 546, 562 
[1901]. 

Highway authorities and tramway crossings. 
Ill L. T. 292 [1901]. 

Highway repairable by the inhabitants at 
large — burden of proof. 68 J. P. 434 
[1904]. 

Highways and hedges. 124 L. T. 122 [1907]. 
Injuries from electricity in highways. [Henry 
M. Dowling] 56 Cent. L. J. 485 [1903]. 

Interference with streets by local authorities. 
42 Sol. J. 747 [1898]. 

The interurban electric road on public high- 
ways. [Henry M. Dowling] 57 Cent. 
L. J. 5 [1903]. 

Lamp-posts as obstructions. 65 J. P. 402 
[1901]. 

The law of mechanical traction on highways. 

[C. A. Montague Barlow] 118 L. T. 17 

[1904]. 
Laying out a new street. 64 J. P. 577, 593 

[1900]; 71 do. 578 [1907]. 
Liability of highway authorities. 69 J. P. 

555, 565, 577 [1905]. 
Local government law. Recent decisions 

affecting highways. [Alexander Glen] 

42 L. J. 768 [1907]. 
Materials for the repair of highways. 71 J. P. 

423 [1907]. 
Motors and highways. [W. E. Rowdiffe] 41 

L. J. 685 [1906]. 
Nuisance on highway from defective sewer. 

65 J. P. 323 [1901]. 
Objections under the Private Street Works 

Act, 1892. 68 J. P. 109 [1904]. 
Paving of private streets. 67 J. P. 75 [1903]. 
Pedestrians on the highway. 119 L. T. 167 

[1905]. 
Placing posts in streets. 68 J. P. 350 [1904]. 
Prescriptive claims to rights of way. 45 Sol. 

J. 550 [1901]. 
Private sidings laid across highways. 64 J. P. 

466 [1900]. 
The Private Street Works act: its merits and 

demerits. 69 J. P. 27, 38 [1905]. 
Reasons and scope of municipal liability for 

defective highways. [Eugene McQuil- 

tin] 53 Cent. L. J. 123 [1901]. 
Railways and the control of highways. 

[Shirley Denison] 21 Can. L. T. 431, 

459 [1901]. 



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171 



^INDU LAW 



The repair of footpaths and stiles. 69 J. P. 
3, 15 [19051. 

Repair of highways ratione tenurae, 65 J. P. 
114, 145, 160 [1901]. 

Repair of stiles. 62 J. P. 338, 611 [1898]. 
The right and duty of repairing highways. 
66 J. P. 674, 707 [1902J. 

The right to take road material. 22 Scot. L. 
Rev. 312 [1906]. 

Roadside wastes. 50 Sol. J. 166 [1906]. 
The rule of the road. 118 L. T. 263 [1905]. 
The speed of motor cars. 66 J. P. 290 ]1901]. 
Speed restrictions on highways. 69 J. P. 241 
[1905]. 

Street lamps. 71 J. P. 350 [1907]. 

Streets as boundaries in Pennsylvania. 

[Boyd Lee Spahr] 55 Am. L. Reg. 91 

[1907]. 

Subsidence of highways. 70 J. P. 194 [1906]. 
The subsoil of highways. 66 J. P. 50 [1902]; 
2 N. Jr. Jur. 123 [1902). 

Taking lands for recouping expense of street 
improvements. 63 J. P. 50 [1899]. 

Traction engines on highways. 70 J. P. 159 
[1906]. 

Tramway companies and the right to break 
up roads. 69 J. P. 314 [1905]. 

The Tramway Company's appeal. 36 Ir. L. 
T. 495 [1902]. 

Trespass on highways. 44 Sol. J. 425 [1900]. 

Vesting of streets in local authorities. 67 
J. P. 457, 470, 505 [1903]. 

Watering on main roads. 71 J. P. 243 [1907]. 

The widening of streets and roads. 65 J. P. 
465 [1901]. 

Width of highway. 65 J. P. 131 [1901]. 

Hill, Thomas Norfleet. [1838-1904.] Me- 
moir. [T. W. Mason] 1 N. C. Jnl. of 
Uw, 445 [1904]. 

HiUman, George C. [1873-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 84 [1899]. 

HINDU LAW. 

Adjective law of the Smritis [Hindu law of 
procedure]. [J. R. Gharpure] 7 Bom. 
L. R. 2 [1905]. 

Administration of Hindu law. [T. Rajaram 
Row] 3 Bom. L. R. 5 [1901]. 

Adoption by Hindu widows. 9 Bom. L. Rep. 
1 [1907]. 

Ancient Hindu procedure. 10 Mad. L. J. 
275 [1900]. 



Ancient law in modem life — agnation and 
cognation. [F. P. Walton] 13 Jurid. 
Rev. 70 [1901]. 

Declaratory suits by Hindu reversioners. 
[Jnandranath Bose] 1 Cal. L. J. 53 

[1905]. 

Devolution of occupancy rights. 4 Alia. L. 

J. 145 [1907]. 
English judges and Hindu law. [W. C. 

Petheram] 14 Law Q. Rev. 392; 15 do. 

173 [1898-99]; 16 do. 77, 392 [1900]. 
Escheat under the Hindu law. [iS. Sitarama 

Sastri] 8 Mad. L. J. 375 [1898]. 
Heads of Mutts — their powers of charging or 

alienating Mutt property. 15 Mad. 

L. J. 35, 75 [1906]. 
Hindu and Mohamadan religious endow- 
ments. 

I. Jurisdiction of British courts. 12 Mad. 

L. J. 25. 

II. What is a religious endowment. 12 
do. 57. 

III. Constitution and proof-dedication. 
12 do. 121. 

IV. Different kinds of dedication. 12 do. 
229. 

V. Customary right cases. 12 do. 254 
[1902]. 

VI. Public and private. 13 do. 1. 

VII. Distinction between public and pri- 
vate. 13 do. 68. 

VIII. Different forms of endowments. 13 
do. 91. 

IX. The Mohamedan law of wakf, 13 do. 
230; 14 do. 1 [1903-4]. 

The Hindu Gains of Learning bill. 10 Mad. 

L. J. 1 [1900]. 
The Hindu joint family and the Privy Council. 

[M. A. Tirunarayana Chari] 14 Mad. 

L. J. 71, 105 [1904]. 
Hindu law and Anglo-Indian l^slation. 

[H. H. Shephard] 18 Uw Q. Rev. 172 

[1902]. 
Hindu law of primogeniture. 9 Mad. L. J. 

353 [1899]. 
Hindu law — illegitimate son's share. 13 

Mad. L. J. 67 [1903]. 
Hindu law — interest in property acquired 

under a will. 11 Mad. L. J. 211 [1901]. 
Hindu law — succession under the Mitak- 

shara to woman's property inherited from 

a female. [M. K. Vaidyanatha Iyer] 

8 Mad. L. J. 198 [1898]. 



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172 



HISTORY OF LAW 



Hindu law translated: descent and distribu- 
tion. [S. Sitarama Sattri] 9 Mad. 
L. J. 7 [18991. 

Hindu law translated: division among dif- 
ferent lands of sons. [S. Sitarama 
Sattri] 8 Mad. L. J. 22, 72. 125, 164 

[1898]. 

Hindu law translated: inheritance. [S. 

Sitarama Sattri] 9 Mad. L. J. 3d5. 416 

[1899]. 
Hindu law translated: on partition. [S. 

Sitarama Sastri] 8 Mad. L. J. 216 

[1898]. 
Hindu law translated: on payment of debts. 

[S. Sitarama Sastri] 8 Mad. L. J. 277 

[1898]. 
Hindu law translated: partition of heritage. 

[S. Sitarama Sastri] 8 Mad. L. J. 422 

[1898]. 
Hindu law translated: succession and 

partition. [S. Sitarama Sastri] 9 Mad. 

L. J. 101 [1899]. 
Hindu law translated: sureties. [S. Sita* 

rama Sastri] 8 Mad. L. J. 324 [1898]. 
Hindu son*8 right of redemption. 3 Bom. 

L. R. 163 [1901]. 
Illigitimate son of a Sudra. [T. Jivaji] 8 

Mad. L. J. 163 [1898]. 
Interpretation of negative precepts in Hindu 

Law. [Priyanatli Sen] 4 Cal. L. J. 21, 

27, 35, 63, 76 [1906]. 
Law of survivorship among native Christians. 

17 Mad. L. J. 489 [1907]. 
Legal partition of a joint Hindu family. 

[Girdliari Lai] 2 Alia L. J. 149 [1905]. 
Origin and development of the Bengel school 

of Hindu law. [Sarada Cliaran Mitra] 

21 Uw Q. Rev. 380; 22 do. 50 [1905-6]. 
— [S. S. Setlur] 23 Law Q. Rev. 202; 9 Bom. 

L. Rep. 121 [1907]. 
Primogeniture among mothers. 9 Mad. L. J. 

275 [1899]. 
Remarried Hindu widow as heir. 4 Bom. 

L. R. 73 [1902]. 
Some problems of Hindu law. Ill^timate 

son's rights — illegitimate son's legiti- 
mate son's rights. 12 Mad. L. J. 255 

[1902]. 
Status of a concubine under the Hindu law. 

[Mohan Lai Sandal] 5 Cal. L. J. 15 

[1907]. 
Stridhan under the Mayukha. [S. S. Setlur] 

9 Bom. L. Rep. 41 [1907]. 



Succession of cognates under the Mitakohara. 
8 Mad. L. J. 53. 99 [1898]. 

The succession of gotraja's under the Mitalcs- 
hara. 9 Mad. L. J. 91 [1899]. 

Succession to impartible estate: seniority 
and half bkxxl. 9 Mad. L. J. 318 [1899]. 

Things to be avmded in Kaliyuga. [Jamie- 
tram Nanabhai) 3 Bom. L. R. 77 [1901]. 

Topics of Malabar law. 

I. Joint family. 9 Mad. L. J. 135 [1899]. 

II. The Kamavan. 9 do. 202 [1899]: His 
powers of alienation. 10 do. 131. His 
powers of delegation. 10 do. 187 [1900]. 
His removal. 11 do. 129. Maintenance 
of junior members. 11 do. 166. Rights 
and remedies of junior members. 11 do. 
313 [1901]. The joint family among the 
Nambudris. 12 do. 171 [1902]. Stanoms. 

13 do. 161 [1903]. The joint family. 14 
do. 137. Temples. 14 do. 195 [1904]. 

Widow's savings under Hindu law. [P. 

Duraiswamy Aiyenger] 6 Bom. L. R. 

108 [1904]. 
Who are Bandhus? [P. R. Ganapati Aiyar] 

8 Mad. L. J. 313; 9 do. 54, 147 [1898-^]. 
Hinman, Munson S. [1838-1905]. Me- 
morial. [Edward W. Dissette] 50 Ohio 

L. B. 451 [1905]. 
Hinson, Charles W. [1844-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 84 

[1899]. 

History, The comedy of. [Neal Brown] 11 
Am. Law. 478; 35 Chic. Leg. N. 414 
[1903]. 

HISTORY OF LAW. 

Ancient jus gendum of the Aryans. [W. H. 

Ratti^an] 15 Law Q. Rev. 303 [1899]. 
The "Canterbury tales'* and our early legal 

history. 32 Ir. L. T. 167 [1898]. 
Century of "judge-made" law. [William B. 

Homblower] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 453 

[1907]. 
Century's progress in the law. [Joseph R. 

Lamar] 1 So. L. Rev. 31 [1901]. 
Changes in the law and in the position and 

requirements of the legal profession 

during the last sixty years. [Lord Low] 

14 Scot. L. Rev. 1 [1898]. 

The development of law during the middle 
ages, especially in France and England. 
[Geo. D. Ferguson] 1 Can. L. Rev. 200, 
247 [1902]. 



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173 



HISTORY OF LAW 



Early Slavonic law. [Mazime KoyaleTsky] 
19 Uw Q. Rev. 76 [1903]. 

The golden age of law. 24 Law Mag. and Rev. 
440; 11 Green Bag» 557 [1899]. 

The growth, aggressiveness, and permanent 
character of Anglo-Saxon laws and in- 
stitutions. [Albert W. Gaines] 40 Am. 
L. Rev. 094 [1906]. 

Historical development of the common law 
conception of a corporation. [Edmund 
Bayly Sesrmour, Jr.] 51 Am. L. Reg. 
529 [1903]. 

Historical development of the law. [George 
H. Smith] 38 Am. L. Rev. 801 [1904]. 

Historical sketch of Mohammedian juris- 
prudence. [Abdur Raliim] 7 Colum. 
L. Rev. 101, 186, 255 [1907]. 

History of comparative jurisprudence. [Sir 
Fredericic PoUodil 5 J. Comp. Leg. 74 
[1903]. 

History of the law of nature: a preliminary 
study. [Sir Fredericic Pollock] 2 J. 
Comp. Leg. 418; 3 do. 204 [1900-1901]. 

History of law of nature. [Fredericic Pol- 
lock] 1 Colum. L. Rev. 11; 2 do. 131 
[1901-2]. 

History of the adoption of Art. IV, Sec. I 
(Constitution), and its effect on judg- 
ments. [George P. Costi^n, Jr.] 4 
Colum. L. Rev. 470 [1904]. 

History of the hearsay rule. [John H. Wig- 
more] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 437 [1904]. 

History of the patent system under the 
prerogative and at common law. [E. 
Wyndham Hulme] 16 Law Q. Rev. 
44 [1900]. 

History of the law of nature: a preliminary 
study. [Sir Frederick Pollock] 2 J. 
Comp. Leg. 418; 3 do. 204 [1900-1902], 
2 Colum. L. Rev. 131 [1902]. 

Judicial history of individual liberty. [Van 
Vechten Veeder) 16 Green Bag, 23, 101, 
177, 247, 317, 395, 471. 529. 591, 673, 
725 [1904J. , 

King's justice in the early middle ages. 
[Sir Frederick PoUock] 12 Harv. L. 
Rev. 227 [1898]. 

Laws governing civil malpractice in the 
middle ages. [Charles Greene Cum- 
ston] 15 Green Bag, 409 [1903]. 

L^al antiquities. [Wsratt Paine.] 

I. Deodands. 114 L. T. 84 [1902]. 

II. Outlawry. 114 L. T. 104 [1902]. 



III. Appeal of murder. 114 L. T. 152 
[1902]. 

IV. Trial by ordeal. 114 L. T. 174 [1902]. 

V. Wager of battle. 114 L. T. 215 [19031. 

VI. Jocular and infamous punishments. 
114 L. T. 479 [1903]. 

VII. Circuits. 114 L. T. 594 [1903]. 

VIII. Heresy and witchcraft. 115 L. T. 
35 [1903]. 

IX. The Old Bailey in the seventeenth 
century. 115 L. T. 85 [1903]. 

X. Obsolete capital punishments. 115 L. 

T. 127 [1903]. 

XI. An obsolete source of revenue — the 
Jews. 115 L. T. 180 [1903]. 

XII. The Court of Star Chamber. 115 L. 
T. 349 [1903]. 

XIIL Slavery. 115 L. T. 490 [1903]. 

XIV. Justices of the Peace in the olden 
time. 117 L. T. 201 [1904]. 

XV. Trial by jury. 117 L. T. 435 [1904]. 

XVI. Sumptuary laws. 117 L. T. 511 
[1904]. 

L^al history in the nineteenth century. 

[Edward Manson] 35 L. J. 42, 106, 

220, 370, 534, 610; 36 do. 28, 142, 302 

[1900-1901]. 
Old lawsuits and old monuments, stones, and 

lore. 105 L. T. 427 [1898). 
Origin of our law. [Peter J. Hamilton] 1 

So. L. Rev. 397 [1901]. 
Origins of French Canadian law. [Geo. S. 

Holmested] 18 Uw Q. Rev. 178 [1902]. 

Primidve laws and their investigation. [Sir 
John Macdonell] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 104 
[1907]. 

Prologue to a history of English law. [F. 
W. Maitland] 114 Uw Q. Rev. 13 [1898]. 

Quarter century in American jurisprudence. 

[Frederick N. Judaon] 37 Am. L. Rev. 

481 [1903]. 
Queer laws of mediaeval Glasgow. [William 

E. Johnson] 14 Green Bag, 416 [1902]. 

A relic of mediaeval crown practice. [Frank 
Amoldi] 1 Can. L. Rev. 480 [1902]. 

A rhapsody of antiquated law. [Margaret 
C. Klin^elsnuth] 52 Am. L. Reg. 755 
[1904]. 

Some phases of historical jurisprudence. 
[Arthur W. Brady] 14 Am. Uw. 3 [1906]. 

Sources of ancient Siamese law. [Tokichi 
Masao] 15 Yale L. J. 28 [1905]. 



HISTORY OF LAW 



174 HOMESTEAD AND EXEMPTION 



Sources of Scot's law. [Will. C. Smith] 16 
Jurid. Rev. 393 [19041. 

The sources of South African law. [C. H. 
Van Zyl) 18 S. A, L. J. 126, 272, 383; 
19 do. 35, 158 [1901-2], 

Sources of the laws of the colonies. [W. Har- 
rison Moore] 2 J. Comp. L^. 276 [1900]. 

Striking figures in the legal history of England. 
[Edward Manson.] 

I. Ranulf de Glanville. 116 L. T. 270 

[1904]. 

II. Bracton. 117 do. 151 [1904]. 

III. Chief Justice Fortescue. 117 do. 316 
[1904]. 

IV. Sir Thomas More. 117 do. 433 [1904]. 

V. Lord Coke. 118 do. 109 [1904]. 

VI. JohnSelden. 118 do. 367 [1905]. 

VII. Lord Bacon. 119 do. 35 [1905]. 

VIII. Sir Matthew Hale. 119 do. 293 
[1905]. 

IX. Lord Clarendon. 120 do. 37 [1905]. 

X. Lord Somers. 120 do. 546 [1906]. 

The study of old Greek law. [Frederidk 
Earle Whitaker] 17 Green Bag, 95 
[1905]; 119 L. T. 136 [1905]. 

Study of the history of law in Scotland. 
[J. Dove Wilson] 16 Jurid. Rev. 54 
[1904], 

Hitchcock, Henry. [1829-1902.] [Sey- 
mour D. Thompson] 36 Am. L. Rev. 
412 [1902]. 

Hitchcodc, Peter. [1781-1852.] Biographic 
cal sketch. [W. S. Metcalf] 51 Ohio L. 
B. 271 [1906]. 

Hoadly, George. [1826-1902.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. [George Hoadly, 
Jr.] 19 Green Bag, 685 [1907]. 

Hoar, George Frlsbie. [1826-1904.] An 
autobiography of seventy years. [James 
B. Scott] 16 Green Bag, 709 [1904]. 

Hoar, Samuel. [1845-1904.] Sketch, with 
portrait. 41 Am. L. Rev. 420 [1907]. 

Hobart, Garret A. [1844-1899.] In mem- 
oriam. [John W. Griggs] 23 N. J. L. J. 
68 [1900]. 

Hobbes, Thoma^. [1588-1679.] [J. E. G. 
de Mortmorency] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 51 
[1907]. 

Hobhouse, Arthur, Lord. [1819-1904.] 
Obituary. 39 L. J. 679; 118 L. T. 141 
[1904]. 



Hockaday, John A. [184?-1903.] Obitu- 
ary. 38 Am. L. Rev. 114 [1904]. 

Hoffman, Francis Arnold. [1822-1903. 
Obituary. 35 Chic L^. N. 201 [1903]. ] 

Holden, C. C. P. [1827-1905.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 37 Chic. L^. N. 209 
[1905]. 

HOLIDAYS. 

Holiday law in New York. 19 Bank. L. J. 151 
[1902]. 

Public holidays by royal proclamation. 121 
L. T. 579 [1906]. 

Holmes case. An analysis of the. [Michael 
Arnold] 14 Green Bag, 176 [1902]. 

Hohnes, OUver WendeU. [1841-19—.] 
Sketch with portrait. 2 J. Comp. L^. 
9 [1900]. 

— Note. 33 Am. L. Rev. 753 [1899]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. [Edward B. 

Adams] 15 Green Bag, 1 [1903]. 

— the jurist. [Leonard A. Jones] 36 Am. 

L. Rev. 710; 2 Can. L. Rev. 285 [1903]. 

— A judge with imagination. [Mitchell D. 

Follansbee] 11 Am. Law. 7, 66 [1908]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 40 Am. L. Rev. 

409 [1906]. 

— Judge Holmes' opinions. 60 Alb. L. J. 

118 [1899]. 
Holmes*, Sherlodi, plots and strategy. 
[J. B. Madkenzie] 14 Green Bag, 407 
[1902]. 

— witness — the famous detective testifies. 

[Donald R. Richberft] 19 Green Bag, 
471 [1907]. 

Holt, Lord Chief Justice. Portrait. 16 
Green Bag, 249 [1904]. 

HOMESTEAD AND EXEMPTION. 

The abuse of the homestead law. [Hugh J. 
Hughes] 14 Am. Law. 350 [1906]. 

Homestead acts. [Edward Manson] 1 J. 
Comp. L^. 441 [1899]. 

The Homestead law. [H. *TeichmueUer] 
35 Am. L. Rev. 413 [1901]. 

Married women and the homestead exemp- 
tion. [T. S. Purdie] 6 Va. L. Reg. 661 
[1901]. 

Scope of term "homestead." [Nathan 
Newmarlc] 55 Cent. L. J. 184 [1902]. 

When right to claim homestead exemptions 
ceases. [C. Hobhouse Patteson] 6 
Va. L. Reg. 143 [1900]. 



HOMICIDE 



176 



HOSPITALS 



HOMICIDE. 

Allied murder by inhalation of chloroform 
to sleeping unconscious victim. [D. S. 
Fairchlld] 24 Med. L^. 19 [1906]. 

Bad character of the deceased. [Aithur 
Beaucheane] 5 Can. L. Rev. 93 [1906]. 

The case of Alberto Olivo. [Gino C. Sper- 
anza] 18 Green Bag, 26 [1906]. 

Chantrelle, Eugene, The case of. 11 Law 
Notes [N. Y.] 60 [1907]. 

Christian Science and the law. [WUliam A. 
Punington] 7 Am. Law. 5 [1899]. 

Constructive murder. 69 J. P. 614 [1906]. 
Disinherision for murder. 16 Mad. L. J. 163 
[1906]. 

Duty of retreating in homicide. [Irving 
Browne] 48 Cent. L. J. 6 [1899]. 

The early history of the crime of murder. 
[Nelaon E. Johnson] 6 Brief, 269 [1906]. 

An historic murder. [H. Gerald Chapin] 
14 Am. Uw. 343 [1906]. 

Homicide in self-defense. [Joseph H. Beale, 

Jr.] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 626 [1903]. 

Is a parent liable at common law on a charge 
of manslaughter for n^ligently omitting 
to furnish medical attendance to his 
child? [John H. S. Lee] 9 Am. Law. 
666 [1901). 

Is suicide murder? [William E. Mil^eU] 
3 Colum. L. Rev. 379 [1903]. 

Law relative to murder in British India. 

[Satya Cliandra MulLerji] 1 Alia. L. 

J. 66, 81, 106, 129 [1904]. 
Legal aspects of the Sipido case. [Dr. 

Speyer] 2 J. Comp. L^. 434 [1900]. 
Liability of parent at common law on charge 

of manslaughter for negligently omitting 

to furnish medical attendance to child 

because of religious disbelief in the 

efficacy of medicine. [Jofin H. S. Lee] 

66 Cent. L. J. 44 [1902]. 
Manslaughter by violence in the football 

field. 32 Ir. L. T. 639 [1898]. 
The murder of Abel. [David Werner 

Amram] 13 Green Bag, 692 [1901]. 
Parents and the criminal law. 32 Ir. L. T. 

1 [1898]. 
Revealed by a flash of lightning. [Thomas 

W. Lloyd] 16 Green Bag, 178 [1903]. 
Roman- Dutch law of homicide. [Manfred 

Nathan] 19 S. A. L. J. 116 [1902]. 



A sadistic murder. [Arthur MacDonald] 24 

Med. L^. J. 689 [1907]; 69 Alb. L. J. 

108 [1907]. 
Some points in the law of murder. 67 J. P. 

619, 630 [1903]. 
The strange case of Dr. Cream. [H. Gerald 

Chapin] 14 Green Bag, 426 [1902]. 
A study in the fine art of murder. [H. 

Gerald Chapin] 13 Green Bag, 616 

[1901]. 
Suicidal declarations in homicide cases. 

[G. M. Dahl] 69 Cent. L. J. 103 [1904]. 
Superior orders as excuse for homicide. 

[H. L. Stephen] 17 Law Q. Rev. 87 [1901]. 
••Hon.»" The prefix — a bit of history in 

New York State. 68 Alb. L. J. 168 [1898]. 
HONG-KONG. 
Extra-territorial jurisdiction in Hong-Kong. 

[A. M. Latter] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 67 [1902]. 
Modes of legislation in Hong-Kong. 1 J. 

Comp. L^. o. 8. 164 [1897]. 
Review of legislation, 1896. [Sir Courtenay 

nbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 22 [1897]. 

— 1896. [F. A. Saton] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 164 

[1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 101 [1899). 

— 1898. [E. Manaon] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 474 

[1899]. 

— 1899. [A. Manson] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 648 

[1900]. 

— 1900. [P. H. M. Corhet and R. F. 

Honter] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 326 [1901]. 

— 190L 4 J. Comp. L^. 246 [1902]. 

— 1904. [Sir W. M. Goodman] 7 J. Comp. 

Leg. 89 [1906]. 

— 1906. [W. M. Graham-Harrison] 7 J. 

Comp. Leg. 428 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 291 [1907]. 
Honorary degrees. [Henry H. IngersoU] 

12 Yale L. J. 496 [1903]. 
Hopkins, Nelson K. [1816-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 69 Alb. L. J. 86 

[1899]. 
Hortensius. 12 Green Bag, 486 [1900]. 
HOSPITALS. 
The danger from smallpox hospitals. 68 J. P. 

167 [1904]. 
Hospitals for infectious diseases. 63 J. P. 

146 [1899]. 
The legal aspect of small-pox hospitals. 38 

Ir. L. T. 177, 187 [1904]. 
The liabilities connected with hospitals for 

infectious diseases. 69 J. P. 313 [1906]. 



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iruttt.0^ of real e»tate for nk. 34 Ir. 

p£ Ntc4fl9 V, Curlier and the new Gennan lav. 
UuiltM Hlnchfcldl 16 Uv Q. Rev. 288 

i)t!itii U in the law relating to married women. 

Uobfi IndMmsurl 38 L. J. 540 [1903]. 
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ot limitationn at affected by acts of 

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1 N. (*. LJ.361 [1900]. 




HUSBAND AND WIFE 



177 



HUSBAND AND WIFE 



Dispositions by a married woman for the 
benefit of her husband. 50 Sol. J. 4 
[1905]. 

Distribution of personal estates of married 
women dying intestate. [Emilie M. 
BuUowa] 66 Alb. L. J. 11 [1904]. 

Duty of wife to adopt her husband's change 
of abode. 5 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 46 [1901]. 

Duty of wife to follow domicile of husband. 
[Morton John Steyenson] 53 Cent. 
L. J. 264 [19011. 

Enforcement of affiliation orders and orders 
for maintenance for wives. 67 J. P. 243 
[1903]. 

Exist Re Harkness and AUsopp. [L. R. 1896» 
2 Ch. 3581 51 Sol. J. 743 [1907]. 

Gifts between husband and wife. 104 L. T. 
338 [1898]. 

The growth in Pennsylvania of the property 
rights of married women. [Charles 
0*Brien] 49 Am. L. Reg. 524 [1901]. 

How far must a wife follow her husband? 
10 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 69 [1906]. 

Husband's interest in the estate of his in- 
testate wife. [J. N. Fish] 35 Can. L. J. 
94 [1899]. 

Husband's interest in wife's property under 
Missouri law. [John T. Marshall] 58 
Cent. L. J. 248 [1904]. 

Husband's liability for his wife's torts, and 
the Married Women's Property act. 
[T. Cyprian Williams] 16 Law Q. Rev. 
191 [1900]. 

The incapacity of married women separate. 
[H. J. Kavanagh] 9 Rev. Leg. 529 
[1903]. 

Is a husband liable to maintain a wife who 
is guilty of misconduct? 34 Ir. L. T. 
483 [1900]. 

Law of England as regards married women's 
contracts, and the power of a wife to bind 
her husband to her contracts. [G. Ad« 
dison Smith] 14 Scot. L. T. 35, 47 [1906]. 

The law relating to married women as it was 
and is. [Montague Lush] 116 L. T. 
161 [1903]. 

The legal capacity of a wife, under the laws 
in force in Natal, to enter into a con- 
tract. [J. D. Stalker] 4 Natal L. Q. 
12 [1905]. 

Legal evolution of married women. [Stan- 
ley Woodward] 61 Alb. L. J. 213 [1900]. 



The liability of a husband for goods supplied 
on the order of his wife. 48 Sol. J. 219 
[1904]. 

The liability of a husband to maintain his 
wife who has obtained a separate order 
under the Summary Jurisdiction [Mar- 
ried Women] act, 1895. 66 J. P. 131 
[1902]. 

Liability of husband for his wife's torts. 
[Geo. S. Holmested] 40 Can. L. J. 
174 [1904]. 

Limitation applicable to suits for restitution 
of conjugal rights. [Durga Charan 
Banerjee] 9 Bom. L. Rep. 19 [1907]. 

Mantalini grievance. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 
146 [1906]. 

Married women. [B. B. Winbome] 1 N. 
C. Jnl. of Uw, 4ti4 [1904]. 

Married women and the homestead exemp- 
tion. [T- S. Purdie] 6 Va. L. Reg. 661 
[1901]. 

Married women as contributories — the lia- 
bility of the husband. 106 L. T. 261 
[1899]. 

Married women as next friends. [W. E. 
Raney] 37 Can. L. J. 53 [1901]. 

Married women before the law in North 
Carolina. [Thomas Ruffln] 1 N. C. 
Jnl. of Law, 230 [1904]. 

Married women's earnings. [Helen Z. M. 
Rodders] 64 Alb. L. J. 384 [1902]. 

Married Women's Property Act. [W. H. 
Trueman] 37 Can. L. J. 720 [1901]. 

Married women's property law in Ontario. 
[Geo. S. Holmested] 25 Can. L. T. 1, 
53, 105 [1905]. 

Married women's rights in community prop- 
erty under the law of California. [Wil- 
liam B. Bosley] 10 Yale L. J. 236 [1901]. 

New forms of judgment against married 
women. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 274 [1906]. 

Orders under the Summary Jurisdiction act, 
1895. 63 J. P. 129 [1899]. 

Persistent cruelty to a wife. 65 J. P. 339 
[1901J. 

Personal obligations of married women 
[W. R. Herkless] 10 Jurid. Rev. 412 
[1898]. 

Personal services rendered by wife to hus- 
band under contract. [W. W. Thorn- 
ton] 50 Cent. L. J. 183 [1900]. 

Pledging a husband's credit. 114 L. T. 98 
[1902]. 



HUSEAXD ASD WIFE 



TLUSOfS 



wife- ^« L F. 
aivi Rev. 4M 'IMIl. 



W ommn ** Fropcrty 

i; 21 Lav 0, Rev- 2» :i5«; 

om a«ck%at»n 
to beat (Me'4 wiie. i$^ AJb. L. J, 318 

LUtl 4 Va. L. R^ 41:$ ym0<^\ 

The «er|iiejirrat«>n of a msaritd vooaa 
tnf on a teintate bu wa e— 21 
L. Rer. 2»1 [IW^ 

Settlementj and the MarrMd Somen's Prop- 

eny act. 19 L. Nocet [OtbJ 276 [19001. 
Statutory powen of mar ried vomea aa to 

reahy — barnng title — estoppeL (Ctoa. 

W. MeKbmgf] 54 Cent. L. J. 66 [19021. 
Suits between hodband ajid wile. (Mortoa 

John tkewemon] 51 Cent. L. J. 284 

(19001. 
Who ft a wife? 104 L. T. «7 (1898). 
A wjfe'i right of retainer as exeottxix. 49 

Sol, J. 577 [1904J. 
Wife testifying against husband's paramour 

in adultery cases, (Edward W. Faith] 

60 Cent, L. J. 164 [19051. 
Wife's disabilities. 59 Alb. L. J. 342 (1899). 
HutchffMon^ Jonaa. [1840-1908.] Judge. 

Ot^tuary, with portrait. 36 Chic L^. 

N, 141 (1903). 
Hyacinth, Hugh, The MacDermot, Prince 

of Coolavin. (1834^1904.) Obituary. 

38 I. L. T. 80 [1904). 
— Obituary. 4 N. Ir. Jur. 87, 92 (1904). 
Hyd«, Edward. Ix>rd Clarendon. [1609- 

1674J A striking figure in the legal 

history of England. 40 Am. L. Rev. 

H83 (1906). 
HVPNOnSM. 
The attitude of courts toward hypnotism. 

(Rogar Shannan] 31 Chic. Ijeg. N. 286 

(IHW)I. 
Hypnotism as a defense in a criminal action. 

[Harry Kyle) 6 Kan. Uw. 19 [Feb. 

1H99]. 
Hypnotism as an excuse for crime. 63 Alb. 

L. J. 113; llOL. T. 549(19011. 



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I nifilii: 114 L. T. 293 [ISK]. 

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71 



rdeaTjfcatioa of payees of 

15 Bask. L. J. 321 [189^: 20 do. 83 

:i905:. 

Identify of iosoes 00 appeal hom Justices 

ooort. fChavlca Ssmscr L^hisgicfi 

65 Cent. L J. 368 [1907). 
lateresting case of cfisputed identity, with a 

practical suggcstioo for its sohitioii. 

(Baxter Barret) 13 Grcea Bag. 464 

[1901). 
Mistaken identity. 34 Ir. L. T. 515 [1900). 
The report on the Beck case. 49 SoL J. 80 

[1904]. 
The Tichbome caae — aooie memories. 38 

Ir. L T. 432, 442 (1904). 
Wrongly identified. 117 L. T. 459 [1904). 
ILLEGITIMATE CHILOREN. 

See Bastards. 
nXINOIS. 
The bar of Southern Illinois sixty years ago. 

[James C. Allen] 36 Chic L^. N. 360 

[1904]. 
The contradictory doctrines as to alibi — 

a review of the Illinois cases. [Edward 

Maher] 31 Nat. Corp. Rep. 206, 217, 

253 (1905). 
Contributory negligence of infants in Illinois. 

[George Norris Woodley) 33 Chic. 

Leg. N. 338 (1901). 
The early bar of Knox County. [E. P. 

Williams) 38 Chic. L^. N. 361, 369 

[1906]. 
The effect of re-marriage in violation of the 

act of 1905. 33 Nat. Corp. Rep. 37 

[1906]. 
Executory devises in Illinois. [Louis M. 

Greeley] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 595 [1901]. 



i 



ILLINOIS 



179 



IMPOSSIBILITY 



The Illinois parole law. [Ethan A. Snively] 
36 Chic. L^. N. 26Y (19041. 

Instructions to juries — Illinois practice. 
21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 453 [1900]. 

Interest on Illinois judgments. 15 Nat. 
Corp. Rep. 629 [1898]. 

Irrevocable privileges under Illinois constitu- 
tion. [JeMe B. Barton] 16 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 166 [1898]. 

Is polygamy permitted by the laws of 
lUinois? [John F. Geeting] 66 Alb. 
L. J. 309 [1904]. 

Jury trials in Illinois. 15 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
463 [1897]. 

The landlord's lien in Illinois. [John A. 
Montgomery] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 39 
[1905]. 

The law of the so-called "independent con- 
tractor" in its relation to the doctrine of 
master and servant in Illinois. [Barry 
GUbert] 32 Chic. Leg. N. 423 [1900]. 

Magna charta and the Illinois constitution. 
[Adolph Mooes] 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 558 
[1902]. 

Practice in the Municipal Court of Chicago. 
[Hfaam T. GUbert] 1 111. L. Rev. 94 
[1906]. 

Private ways in Illinois. [J. A. Mont- 
gomery] 33 Chic. Leg. N. 330 [1901]. 

Proceedings by which the collection of a 
judgment may be enforced in Illinois. 
[James C. McMath] 1 111. L. Rev. 157 
[1906]. 

Procedure in the Supreme Court of Illinois. 
[Isaac N. Bassett] 36 Chic. L^. N. 360 
[1904]. 

The proposed Special Jury Act. 

I. Origin and purpose. [Howard O. 

Sprogle] 1 III. L. Rev. 446 [1906]. 

II. Text of the proposed act. 1. 111. L. 
Rev. 448 [1906]. 

III. Comments. [Philip Stein, Andrew 
J. Hh^hl, WiUiam S. Forrest] 1 
111. L. Rev. 452, 453, 454 [1906]. 

The recommendations of the Illinois Practice 

Commission. [Robert McMurdy] 1 

111. L. Rev. 299 [1906]. 
Reforms in the law of future interests needed 

in Illinois. [Albert Martin Kales] 1 

111. L. Rev. 311. 374 [1906]. 
Some evidence statutes that Illinois ought to 

have. [John H. Wigmore] 1 111. L. 

Rev. 9 [1906]. 



Some option-contract quandaries in Illinois 
law. [George Paduu-d] 1 III. L. Rev. 
571 [1907]. 

Some suggestions on the proposal to enact the 
"Uniform Negotiable Instruments Law" 
in lUinois. [Julian W. Made] 1 111. L. 
Rev. 592 [1906]. 

Special assessment practice. [George A. 
Mason] 37 Chic. Leg. N. 171, 179 [1905]. 

Special legislation as defined in the Illinois 
cases. [Albert M. Kales] 1 111. L. Rev. 
63 [1906]. 

The system of giving verdict upon special 
findings — its scope and practice in Illin- 
ois. [Tom H. Budcthorpe] 31 Chic. 
Leg. N. 353 [1899]. 

The vice-principal doctrine in Illinois. 
[George Haven Miller] 1 111. L. Rev. 
242 [1906]. 

Women lawyers in Illinois. [James B. 
BradweU] 32 Chic. L^. N. 339 [1900]. 

IMMIGRATION. 

The alien immigrant. [Tighe Hopkins] 116 
L. T. 101. 125 [1904]. 

Alien immigration. 67 J. P. 411 [1903]. 

Emigration of pauper children to Canada. 62 
J. P. 65 [1898]. 

Emigration of poor law children. 68 J . P. 613 
[1904]. 

Inmiigration restriction in Australia. [Ever- 
ard Digby] 5 J. Comp. L^. 143 [1903]. 

Immigration of colored races into British 
colonies. [Arthur Reginald Butter- 
worth] 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 336 [1897]. 

Immovable property — standing timber. 
[Hartbans Sahai] 3 Alia. L. J. 147 [1906]. 

IMPEACHMENT. 

Chase, Samuel, The impeachment of. 

[Alexander Pope Humphrey] 33 Am. 

L. Rev. 827; 5 Va. L. Reg. 281 [1899] ; 

8 Am. Uw. 57 [1900]. 
The law of impeachment. 65 Alb. L. J. 223 

[1903]. 
— [F. L. Williams] 5 Kan. Uw. 37 [Oct. 1898J. 
The Swayne impeachment proceedings. [E. 

HUton Jackson] 10 Va. L. Reg. 1071 

[1905]. 

IMPORTS. 

The hall-marking of foreign watches. 69 

J. P. 409 [1905]. 
Impossibility as defense to specific relief. 

[Satish Chandra Banerji] 3 Alia. L. J. 

349 [1906]. 



IMPOSSIBILITY 



180 



INDIA 



of pcribnittiioe as an fxnitf 

lor breadi of cootract. (Frederic C. 

1 Cohiin. L, Rev. 929 [1901]. 

a benefidafy't interest to make 
good a breadi of trust. 49 SoL J. 576 

(19051. 

it m ^ t Uo mtm m t t of criminal corporations. 
(Doinid R. Rldtbtrf] 19 Green Bag, 156 

(19071. 

— of workmen Cor breach of contract. [Fran. 

A. UntplMrstaal 14 Jurid. Rev. 68 

(1902]. 

^for debt. (Chnrlcs M. Atklnaon] 31 
Law Mag. and Rev. 129 (1906). 

— (CharlM E. Grinactl] 41 Am. L. Rev. 272 

(19071. 

^ IGtorg/B F. Ormabjr] 68 Alb. L. J. 258 
(19061. 

— 122L. T.500; 123 do. 372 [19071. 

^ SbouM, for debt be abolished? 113 L. T. 
319 (19021. 

ImprobabiUtlM. [Charles C. Moorel 10 
Uw Notes (N. Y.l 225 [19071. 

IMPROVEMENTS. 

Agreements for compensation for agricultural 
improvements. 44 Sol. J. 5 [18991. 

Apportionment of paving expenses according 
to benefit. 64 J. P. 193 [1900]. 

The authorizing of improvements under the 

Settled Land acts. 44 Sol. J. 192 [1900]. 
Improvements of land by limited owners under 

statutory powers. 108 L. T. 314 [1900]. 
The incident of sewering and paving expenses 

as between local authorities and private 

owners in London and the country. 44 

Sol. J. 664. 671. 687 [1900]. 
Liability for paving expenses. 69 J. P. 243 

[1905]. 
Paving expenses — owners in default. 68 J. 

P. 591 [1904]. 
Public houses and public improvements. 71 

J. P. 494 [1907]. 
Taking lands for recouping expense of street 

improvement. 63 J. P. 50 [1899]. 
Time for the recovery of paving expenses. 

66 J. P. 194 [1902]. 
Unapproved improvements by a tenant for 

life on settled lands. 50 Sol. J. 187 [1906]. 
INCOME. 
Accumulation of income. 26 L. Notes [Gib.l 

113 [1907]. 



Accumulatioiis of sitrplns income accruing 
during minority of infant entitled to a 
contingent life interest. 39 Ir. L. T. 77, 
83 [1905]. 

Apportionment of income. [RIcliard W. 
Hmle] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 404 [19031. 

INCOME TAX. 

The appeal afforded to dissatisfied income tax 

payers. [T. Hallett Fry] 120 L. T. 261 

[19061. 
Assessment of income tax on profits of foreign 

business. 50 Sol. J. 5 [1905]. 
Colonial companies and British income tax. 

[J. CampbeU Lorimerl 17 Jurid. Rev. 

387 [1905]. 
Deductions from income tax in respect of 

interest. 48 Sol. J. 750 [1904]. 
Differentiation of capital and income. [W. 

Strachan] 18 Law Q. Rev. 274 [1902]. 
Federal servants and state income tax. [H. 

B. Hittlns] 2 Com. L. Rev. 97 [1905]. 
How to deal with interest in preparing in- 

eome tax returns. 45 Sol. J. 235, 252, 

273 [1901]. 
Income tax and the constitution. [Edmund 

B. Whitney] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 280 [1907]. 
Income tax practice. 24 L. Notes [Gib.] 

213, 278, 338 [1905]. 
Profits of foreig^n business and income tax. 

43 Sol. J. 107 [1898]. 
Salaries of judges and the income tax law 

of 1901. [A. B. Andrews, Jr.] 2 N. C. 

L. J. 120 [1901]. 
The taxation of casual interest. 18 Scot. 

L. Rev. 135 [1902]. 
Incorporated Law Society* The new build- 
ing of the. 46 Sol. J. 713 [1902]. 
Incorporeal rights. (Joeeph Sullivan] 3 

N. Ir. Jur. 10. 20, 30 [1902]. 
INDEMNITY. 
Contracts of indemnity. [T. F. Martin] 

4 Com. L. Rev. 13 [1906]. 
Indemnity bonds upon the payments of lost 

instruments. 23 Bank. L. J. 525 [1906]. 
A special manager's right to indemnity. 44 

Sol. J. 513(1900]. 
The transfer of rights to indemnity. 42 

Sol. J. 588 [1898]. 
INDETERMINATE SENTENCE. 

See Criminal Law. 
INDIA. 

Abbreviation of indictments in India. (Court- 
ney Kenny] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 390 [1899]. 



INDIA 



181 



INDIA 



Act of State. III. [Satya Chandra Mu- 
kerji] 2 Alia. L. J. 189 (1905). 

Administration of justice in Madras. 9 Mad. 
L. J. 349 [1899]. 

Adoption in India. (John D. Masme] 1 

J. Comp. Leg. 237 [1899]. 
Adventurous Indian legislation. 114 L. T. 

259 (1903). 
Application of European law to natives of 

India. [Sir Courtenay Ilbert] 1 J. 

Comp. Leg. o. s. 212 [1897]. 
Bengal Tenancy act, sec. 188. [Sarat 

Chandra Banerjee] 1 Cal. L. J. 66, 79, 

91;2do. 1,11 [1905]. 
Certain feudal tenures of Western India. 

[J. A. Saldanha] 5 Bom. L. R. 113 [1903]. 
Cheating in Indian criminal law. [Satya 

Chandra Mukerji] 3 Alia. L. J. 49, 

113 [1906]. 
Civil justice in the Madras Presideitcy. 8 

Mad. L. J. 403 [1898]. 
Civil matters in Kumaon. 4 Alia. L. J. 129 

[1907]. 
The Civil Procedure bill. [Krishnalal 

Mohaulal Jhaveri] 4 Bom. L. R. 197 

[1902]. 
Civil procedure in India. [J. H. Bakewell] 

21 Law Q. Rev. 55 [1905]. 
Code of civil procedure in India. 8 J. Comp. 

Leg. 235 [1907]. 
Competency to contract in India. [Satlsh 
^ Chandra BanerJI] 1 Alia. L. J. 50 [1904]. 

Conflict of laws between converts and new 
converts in India. [Goverdhanram 
Madhavram Tripathi] 5 Bom. L. R. 
8, 17, 49, 65 [1903]. 

Criminal law, 1899. 2 Bom. L. R. 73 [1900]. 

Criminal Procedure code, 1898. [E. H. Mar- 
nier] 8 Mad. L. J. 189 [1898]. 

District judgeship in India. 107 L. T. 29 
[1899]. 

English jurisprudence and Indian strudees 
in law. [C. L. Tupper] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 
84 [1901]. 

English solicitors in India. 109 L. T. 504 [1900]. 

Executive and judicial functions in India. 
[Eustace J. Ritta] 18 Law Q. Rev. 349 
[1902]. 

How Bombay lives. 8 Bom. L. R. 3 [1906]. 

Incompetency to contract and its effects 
according to the law of British India. 
[H. H. Shephard] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 81 
[1904]. 



Indian Arms act. [Satya Chandra Mu- 
kerji] 2 Alia. L. J. 133 [1905]. 

The Indian bar as a profession. 109 L. T. 
420 [1900]. 

Indian constitutional law. [C. L. Tupper] 

5 J. Comp. Leg. 90 [1903]. 
The Indian escecutive and the judiciary — 

a Bengal Dreyfus case. 108 L. T. 239 

[1900]. 
Indian judicial administration. [W. Martin 

Wood] 26 Law Mag. and Rev. 54 [1900]. 
Indian law of partnership. [Surrendra 

Nath Roy] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 193, 230, 

304, 353 [1906]. 
Indian legislation. 3 Bom. L. R. 197 [1901]. 
Indian press prosecutions. [H. C. Tropnell] 

14 Uw Q. Rev. 72 [1898]. 
The Indian statute book. [M. D. Chalmera] 

2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 299 [1897]. 
Influence of English law and l^islation upon 

the native laws of India. [Sir W. H. 

Rattigan] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 46 [1901]. 

Innovations on the pre-existing law of India 

introduced by the Indian easements 

act. [R.B. Michel!] 17 Mad. L.J. 121, 

169. 444 [1907]. 
Intermediate landholders and the Madras 

rent recovery act. [P. R. Ganapathi 

Iyer] 15 Mad. L. J. 375 [1905]. 
A judge's life in India. [Eustace J. Kitts] 

19 Uw Q. Rev. 423 [1903]. 
Law anterior to contract act. [Dinsliah 

Furdunji MuUa] 5 Bom. L. R. 2 [1903]. 
Law of contempt in India. [Sarat Chandra 

Lahh-e] 17 Mad. L. J. 387 [1907]. 
Law of mixed marriages. [G. W. Dillon] 

1 Alia. L. J. 149 [1904]. 
Law of sedition in India. [J. Chandhuri] 

10 Jurid. Rev. 385 [1898]. 
The law of sedition in India. [S. P. Rice] 

35 L. J. 510 [1900]. 
Law relating to mortgages in India. 9 Bom. 

L. Rep. 89 [1907]. 
Law relative to murder in British India. 

[Satya Chandra Mukerji] 1 Alia. L. J. 

65, 81, 105, 129 [1904]. 
Limitation Act, art. III. [Sarat Chandra 

Banerjee] 1 Cal. L. J. 19, 31, 43 [1905]. 
The Madras estates land bill. 16 Mad. L. 

J. 301 [1906]. 
The Madras impartible estates act. [S. Kas- 

turiranga Aiyangar] 12 Mad. L. J. 322 

[1902]. 



INDIA 



182 



INFANTS 



Mohanunedan law in India: its origin and 
growth. (Sir Raymond M(e»t] 2 J. 
Comp. Leg. 27 (1000). 

On the conflict of jurisdiction between civil 
and revenue courts. [Atxiul Karim 
Kahn] 3 Alia. L. J. 249, 269 (1906). 

The parda nashin woman and her protection 
by British courts of justice. [Sir 
WilUam Rattigan] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 
252 [1901]. 

Partition of Bengal. 15 Mad. L. J. 247 [1905]. 

Possessory suits in the bombay Presidency. 
IKrishnalal Mohanlal Jhaveri] 2 Bom. 
L. R. 261 (1900). 

Possession. 7 Bom. L. R. 33, 57, 81 [1905]. 

Possession under ss. 328-331, Civil Procedure 
Code. 4 Bom. L. R. 4 119021. 

Possibilities of codification in India. [W. H. 

Rattigan] 14 Law Q. Rev. 367 [1898]. 
Reminiscences of the Mofassal law courts of 

Bengal. [Andrew T. Slbbald] 14 Green 

Bag, 337 [1902]. 
Resumptive sections of the Oudh rent act. 

[Aradh Behari Lai] 3 Alia. L. J. 285 

[1903]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [Sir Courtenay 

Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 9 [1897]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 144 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 92 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 465 [1899]. 

— 1899. [M. D. Chalmers and A. Manson] 

2 J. Comp. Leg. 539 [1900]. 

— 1900. [Sir Courtenay Ilbert] 3 J. Comp. 

Leg. 312 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 235 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 334 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 336 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 81 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 425 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 287 [1907]. 

The rule of Damdupat. [Framjee R. 

Vicajee] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 464 [1900]. 
The second appeals bill. [Krishnala! 

Mohanlal Jhaveri] 3 Bom. L. R. 125 

[1901]. 
Separation of executive and judicial functions 

in India. [Arthur James Hufthes] 8 

Bom. L. Rep. 134 [1906]. 
Separation of the judicial from the executive 

service in British India. [E. T. Candy] 

21 Uw Q. Rev. 138 [1905]. 
Training of district judges in India. [E. J. 

Trevelyan] 17 Law Q. Rev. 77 [1901]. 



Trial by jury and with the aid of assessors in 
the United Provinces. [Satya Chandra 
Mukerji] 22 Alia. L. J. 113 [1905]. 

Usury in British India. [Hugh H. L. Bellot] 

27 Law Mag. and Rev. 160 [1902]. 

With a stuff gown in the Mofussil. 12 Green 

Bag, 200 [1900]. 
INDIANA. 
Constitutionality of the Indiana anti-cigarette 

law. [Thomas A. Sims] 4 Mich. L. 

Rev. 124 [1905]. 
Indiana l^slation concerning remainders, 

executory interests, and the rule against 

perpetuities. [Morris McDonald Town- 
ley] 3 Ind. L. J. 7, 67, 100 [1899]. 
Rules against perpetuities in Indiana. I. 

[Henry M. Dowling] 1 Ind. L. J. 220 

[1898]. 
INDIANS. 
Indian jails. [Andrew T. Slbbald] 14 Green 

Bag, 437 [1902]. 
Indian remnant in New England. [George 

J. Vamey] 13 Green Bag, 399, 558 

[1901]. 
Indians as witnesses. 61 Alb. L. J. 143 [1900]. 
The l^:al status of the Indians in the United 

States. [Clinton R. Flynn] 62 Cent. 

L. J. 399 [1906]. 

INDICTMENTS AND INFORMATIONS. 

Abbreviation of indictments in India. 

[Courtney Kenny] 1 J. Comp'. Leg. 390 

[1899]. 
Power to dismiss informations. 65 J. P. 771 

[1901]. 
Vexatious indictments. 66 J. P. 609 [1902]. 
Indiyidualism vs. law. [William H. 

Thomas] 66 Alb. L. J. 374; 38 Am. L. 

Rev. 857; 52 Am. L. R^. 673; 8 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 389 [1904]. 
Indorsement, Anomalous, in Pennsylvania. 

[George Stem] 47 Am. L. R^. 235 

[1899]. 

— by person of same name as payee. 20 

Bank. L. J. 442 [1903]. 

— of checks paid over the counter. 20 Bank. 

L. J. 647 [1903]. 
INEBRIATES. 

See Drunkards. 
INFANTS. 
Accumulations of surplus income accruing 

during minority of infant entitled to a 

contingent life interest. 39 Ir. L. T. 

77, 83 [1905]. 



INFANTS 



183 



INFECTIOUS DISEASES 



Action by unborn infant. (James M. Kerr] 
61 Cent. L. J. 364 [1905]. 

Are minors' interests sufficiently protected 
in this colony [Natal]? [Henry C. 
Koch] 2 Natal L. Q. 31 [1908]. 

Bank accounts with minors. rThomton 
Cooke] 24 Bank. L. J. 433 [1907]. 

Beveridge child labor bill and the United 

States as parens patriae, [Andrew 

Alexander Bruce] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 627 

[1907]. 
Child cases in police courts. 69 J. P. 361 

[1905]. 
Child en ventre sa mkre, 51 Sol. J. 354 [1907]. 
The constitutionality of the Beveridge bill. 

[Edwin Mazey] 19 Green Bag, 290 

[1907]. 
Contracts for an infant's service. 107 L. T. 

101 [1899]. 
Contributory n^ligence of infants in Illinois. 

[George Norris Woodley] 33 Chic. L^. 

N. 338 [1901]. 
Criminality in children. [Gino-Carlo Sper- 

anza] 15 Green Bag, 516 [1903]. 
Curatory of minors in the civil law. [James 

Mackintosh] 18 Jurid. Rev. 18 [1906]. 
Custody and guardianship of children. 

[G. W. HUton] 12 Jurid. Rev. 232 [1900]. 
Delinquent children. [J. J. Kelso] 6 Can. 

L. Rev. 106 [1906]. 
Doctrine of imputed negligence as between an 

infant, non sui juris, and its parent or 

guardian. [Sumner Kenner] 61 Cent. 

L. J. 244 [1905]. 
Education of n^lected children in Germany. 

[Dr. Fritz Ratlienau] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 

66 [1901]. 
Employment of children. 70 J. P. 193, 219 

[1906]. 
Employment of Children act, 1903. 67 

J. P. 541, 566 [1903]. 
Employment of children in the Transvaal. 

[Percival F. Smith] 21 S. A. L. J. 369 

[1904]. 
Employment of children of school age. 64 

J. P. 643 [1900]. 
Habeas corpus proceedings for the release of 

infants. [W. L. Hand] 56 Cent. L. J. 

385 [1903]. 
Emigration of pauper children to Canada. 

62 J. P. 65 [1898]. 
Infant Life Protection act, 1897. 32 Ir. L. T. 

69 [1898]. 



Infant shareholders in joint stock companies. 
108 L. T. 435 [1900]. 

Infants and the Real Property Limitation 
act. 40 Ir. L. T. 149 [1906]. 

Injuries to infants en ventre sa mhe, [Wm. 
B. Morris] 58 Cent. L. J. 143 [1904]. 

Legislation as affecting child life. [W. P. 
FuUagar] 34 L. J. 531 [1899]; 107 L. T. 
513 [1899]. 

Liability of an infant who represents himself 
of age. [Henry A. L. HaU] 8 Yale L. 
J. 235 [1899]. 

Persons just come of age. 5 N. Ir. Jur. 139 
[1905]. 

Possibility of issue. 35 Ir. L. T. 279 [1901). 
Presumptions as to the possibility of issue. 
122 L. T. 405 [1907]. 

Prevention of Cruelty to Children act, 1904, 
68 J. P. 631, 543 [1904]. 

Representation of minor in suits. [S. Vaid- 
yanatha Iyer] 9 Bom. L. Rep. 193 [1907]. 

The responsibility of a child for its torts or 
wrongs. [Tlieodore Sutro] 38 Am. L. 
Rev. 371 [1904]. 

Right of an infant to disaffirm his executed 
contracts. [Frederick A. Henry] 5 
West. Res. L. J. 57 [1899]. 

Rights of an unborn child — a California 
puzzle. 27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 230 [1903]. 

Savings deposits of minors. 21 Bank. L. J. 

809 [1904]. 
Settlement of child under sixteen. 67 J. P. 

493 [1903]; 71 do. 31 [1907]. 
What contracts of employment are binding 

upon infants? [C. B. Lalwtt] 42 Can. 

L. J. 89 [1906]. 

INFECTIOUS DISEASES. 

The danger from small-pox hospitals. 68 

J. P. 157 [1904]. 
The disinfection or destruction of infected 

clothing. 68 J. P. 519 [1904]. 
The duty of individuals to prevent infection. 

67 J. P. 217 [1903]. 
Epidemics of measles. 68 J. P. 291 [1904]. 
The Gillingham small-pox case. 67 J. P. 

171 [1903]. 
Hospitals for infectious diseases. 63 J. P. 

146 [1899]. 
Infection from milk. 66 J. P. 449 [1902]. 
The liabilities connected with hospitals for 

infectious diseases. 69 J. P. 313 [1905]. 






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Hcwftt; 47 A=i- L- Ret- 737 ;iS^/5»; 
The krf:v:«u ci et^Ate <i-ty. y. J. 

CM Cffaf— ; 15 J-jETvl Rrr. 247 :i903:. 
iMi'^UrTj^ c4 estate ^iuty in regard to per- 

K^^uty. rw. Scnckmj 23 Law Q. 

Rev, >>8 [19(f7J- 
lr»heriunce tax lav of Kentucky. fWai. 

H. WMdl 40 Am. L. Rev. 711 (1906]. 
Vaiklity of ferkral legacy tax. 61 Alb. 314 

rNfTiATrve and referendum. 

The initiative and referendum. Affirmative. 

(AdM Pom^tim] 52 Ohio L. B. 307; 

Negative. lUgftw B, Kinkmd] 62 do. 

423 U9ri7), 
Initiative and referendum under the federal 

coniitilution, [HMiry W. Bond] 56 Cent. 

L.J. 444 11003). 
Initiative »ni\ referendum under the United 

States convtitution. (T. A. Sh«rwood| 

5«('mu, L.J. 247 (1903). 
In the initiative and referendum refuiKHAnt 

to the conntitutiun uf the United StAteHf* 

(WIIIU U HHnitl hH ( ent. L. J. ^44 

11904). 




A 

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:i5 

G. 

. Hm a fzate 

irtTTDCtio 
; b%' a fedeial cocrt? 

CeBt. L J. 382 11904]- 

Tbe iOefality of the actkn of tbe Circ:at 
Coort of the United States in enjoanng 
the Mri^inia State Corpontioa Cocn- 
< mtssaoQ from enforcing a two-cent rate 

affecting the inter-state business of 
raifaDads. [E. Hiltoo Jmtkmm] 13 Va. 
L. Reg. 417 [1907]. 

Injunction against boycotting. (Scsmioar 

D. TbomfMon] 33 Am. L. Rev. S85 

[1890]. 
Injunctions against boycotts and similar 

unlawful acts. [JmniM Wallmce Bryan] 

40Am.L. Rev. 196(1906]. 

Injunction against cutting timber — method 
of procedure. (Robt. C. Jacluon] 10 
Va. L. Reg. 963 (1905). 

Injunctions against the commission of of- 
fences. 106 L. T. 261 [1899]. 

The Injunction and organized labor. [Wil- 
liam A. Conoyer] 34 Chic. Leg. N. 328 
11902]. 




INJUNCTIONS 



185 



INNKEEPERS 



Injunction of a Jewish-Egyptian court of 
the thirteenth century. [David Werner 
Amram] 13 Green Bag, 339 (1901]. 

Injunction in personal contracts. 105 L. T. 
77 [18981. 

Injunctions against strikes. [Jamee Wal- 
lace Bryan] 40 Am. L. Rev. 42 [1906]. 

Injunctions against strikes, boycotts, and 
similar unlawful acts. [F. C. Donnell] 
66 Cent. L. J. 273 [1907]. 

Injunctions against strikes or boycotts. [W. 
W. Thornton] 65 Cent. L. J. 163 [1902]. 

Injunctions to protect marital relations. 3 
Law Notes [N. Y.} 166 [1899]. 

Injunctive restraint of unfair competition in 
trade. [Jamee L. Hopkins] 60 Cent. 
L. J. 224 [1900]. 

Incidental relief in Federal injunction cases. 
6 Law Notes [N. Y.] 99 [1902]. 

Mandatory injunctions. [Jacob Klein] 12 
Harv. L. Rev. 96 [1898]. 

Novel uses of the writ of injunction. [Joseph 
M. Sullivan] 64 Alb. L. J. 46 [1902]. 

The rationale of interference by injunction 
with criminal prosecutions under void 
municipal ordinances. [David Par- 
tridge, Jr.] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 246, 264 
[1907]. 

Restraining proceedings before justices. 62 
J. P. 402 [1898]. 

Right of appellate tribunal to assume charge 
of elections by writ of injunction. 
[Edward P. Costlgan] 64 Cent. L. J. 
402 [1907]. 

Novel uses of the writ of injunction. [Joseph 
M. Sullivan] 64 Alb. L. J. 46 [1902]. 

The rule of comparative injury in the law of 
injunction. [Glenda Burke Slay- 
maker] 60 Cent. L. J. 32 [1906]. 

Some comments on Chicago strikes and 
injunctions. [Jesse Holdom] 38 Chic. 
Leg. N. 70 [1906]. 

Specific periormance by injunction. [Clar- 
enceD.Ashley]6Colum.L.Rev.82[1906]. 

The Tool case of Colorado — Right of appellate 
tribunal to assume charge of elections by 
writ of injunction. [Edward P. Costl- 
gan] 64 Cent. L. J. 402 [1907]. 

Whether an injunction will lie to restrain a 
sale on execution of partnership property 
for the debt of one partner until his 
interest is ascertained. [Albert H. 
Krugmeier] 48 Cent. L. J. 212 [1899]. 



The writ of injunction as a government 
agency. [John N. Jewett] 34 Chic. 
Leg. N. 380 [1902); 11 Am. Law. 197, 
247 [1903]. 

Injuries by domestic animals. [E. O. S.] 
1 J. Comp. Leg. 64 [1899]. 

— by vilnation. 46 Sol. J. 201 [1901]. 

— occasioned by or through the acts of third 

persons. [G. S. Holmested] 40 Can. L. 
J. 769 [1904]. 

— received while riding on free pass. 61 

Alb. L. J. 143 [1900]. 
Ink, An official. 61 Alb. L. J. 201 [1900]. 
— as a witness. 61 Alb. L. J. 106 [1900]. 

Inner Temple records. 43 Sol. J. 6 [1899]. 
Innes, Sir James Rose. [1866-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 19 S. A. L. J. 1 

[1902]. 

INNKEEPERS. 

Common lodging houses. 63 J. P. 817 [1899]; 

68 do. 626 [1904]. 
Common lodging houses in the metropolis. 

66 J. P. 764 [1902]. 
Covenants affecting public houses. 64 J. P. 

81 [1900]. 
The criminal liability of publicans for the acts 

of servants. 68 J. P. 169 [1904]. 
Cyclists and innkeepers. 1 12 L. T. 617 [1902]. 
A definition of a common lodging-house. 70 

J. P. 134 [1906]. 
An innkeeper's liability for the loss of his 

guest's goods. 33 Ir. L. T. 611 [1899]. 
Innkeepers refusing to entertain guests. 63 

J. P. 227 [1899]. 
"Keeping an inn." 69 J. P. 123 [1906]. 
Lodgers and lodging-houses. 63 J. P. 33 

[1899]. 
The English Licensing act. Compensation to 

publicans. [Wm. Lawson] 6 N. Ir. 

Jur. 124 [1906]. 
A guest's luggage. 62 J. P. 497 [1898]. 
Innkeeper — liability to provide accommoda- 
tion. Ill L. T. 674 [1901]. 
"Lodger" or "inhabitant occupier." 69 J. P. 

691 [1906]. 
The medieval innkeeper and his responsibility. 

[Joseph H. B^ile, Jr.] 18 Green Bag, 

269 [1906]. 
Public houses and public improvements. 71 

J. P. 494 [1907]. 
Publicans and lady cyclists. 62 J. P. 306 

[1898]. 
Rating of tied houses. 62 J. P. 337 [1898]. 



INNKEEPERS 



186 



INSANE PERSONS 



Right of publicans to eject persons from their 
licensed premises. 66 J. P. 723 [1901]. 

Tied houses. 42 Sol. J. 486 [1898]. 
What is a common lodging-house? 69 J. P. 
422 [1905]. 

What is a "publican"? 38 Ir. L. T. 165 
[1903]. 

When will his lien for the board and lodging 
of his guesit extend to the property of 
third persons brought to the hotel by the 
guest? [Walter J. LotzJ 61 Cent. L. J. 
43 [1905]. 

Who is a bona fide traveller? 34 Ir. L. T. 473 
[1900]. 

INNS OF COURT AND CHANCERY. 

The ancient office of reader and the funds of 
the Inns of Chancery. [G. Fitt-Lewia] 
27 Law Mag. and Rev. 385 [1902]. 

The "Black Books*' of Lincoln's Inn. 
[Edward Manson] 16 Green Bag, 793 
[1904]. 

Clifford's Inn. [Hugh H. L. BeUot] 114 

L. T. 267 [1903]. 

Education for the English bar in the inns 
of court. [John Philip Hall] 15 Green 
Bag, 114 [1903]. 

English courts and Inns of Court. [J. H. 
Lumpl&in] 1 So. L. Rev. 77 [1901]. 

"Grand day" at an inn of court. [Lawrence 
IrweU] 12 Green Bag, 507 [1900]. 

The Inner Temple records. 43 Sol. J. 6 
[1899]. 

The Inns of Chancery. [E. A. Jelf] 26 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 282 [1901]. 

Inns of Court and some of their members. 
[C. E. A. Bedwell] 1 Com. L. Rev. 256 
[1904]. 

The Middle Temple library building. 121 

L. T. 118 [1906]. 
New inn; an inn of chancery. 108 L. T. 58 

[1899]. 
Origin and history of English inns of chancery. 

[H. Spenden Steel] 13 Va. L. Reg. 585 

[1907]. 
Some inns of chancery. [H. Spenden Steel] 

3 Com. L. Rev. 249; 6 Can. L. Rev. 

133 [1906]. 
Staple-Inn. 116 L. T. 195 [1904]. 
The Temple Church. 124 L. T. 131 [1907]. 
The Temple dinners in bygone days. 124 

L. T. 154 [1907]. 



INSANE PERSONS. 

Abducting, kidnapping, or aiding in the escape 

of an inmate of a hospital for the insane. 

[NonreUe L. Henley] 13 Va. L. Reg. 169 

[1907]. 

Belden's client. [John De Morgan] 13 
Green Bag, 447 [1901]. 

Comparative lunacy laws. [A. Wood Ren- 
ton] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 253 [1899). 

Contracts by lunatics. [Henry Goudy] 17 
Uw Q. Rev. 147 [1901]. 

The crimes of lunacy. 1 17 L. T. 490 [1904]. 

Criminal responsibility in mental disease. 
[A. Wood Renton] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 76 
[1901]. 

The criminal responsibility of the insane. 
[Arthur Rickett] 28 Law. Mag. and 
Rev. 66, 187, 268 [1902-3]. 

Criminal treatment of the insane. [W. H. S. 
Monck] 16 Med. Leg. J. 571 [1899]. 

Defence of insanity in murder cases. Demen- 
tia Americana. [Goodwin Gibson] 43 
Can. L. J. 265 [1907]. 

The four-shilling grant for pauper lunatics. 63 
J. P. 178 [1899]. 

German views on insanity from the judicial 
standpoint. [Herman Komfeld] 21 
Med. Leg. J. 1 [1903]. 

Insanity among assassins. 64 Alb. L. J. 
210 [1902]. 

Insanity and criminal responsibility. [Jolin 
Chisholm] 14 Jurid. Rev. 386 [1902]. 

Insanity and crime. [Moritz Benedikt] 19 
Med. Leg. J. 435 [1901]. 

— [William Graham] 2 N. Ir. Jur. 361 [1902]. 

Insanity and murder — a theory as to the 
burden of proof. [Luke Manning 
Bates] 49 Cent. L. J. 163 [1899]. 

Insanity and the law of n^ligence. [Wm. B. 

Homhlower]5Colum. L. Rev. 278 [1905]. 
Insanity and recent criminal practice. [J. 

Roberton Christie] 19 Jurid. Rev. 165 

[1907]. 
Insanity as a defense in homicide cases in New 

York. [William Lawrence Clark] 8 

Bench and Bar, N. Y., 60 [1907]. 
Insanity in criminal cases. [W. H. Parry] 

63 Alb. L. J. 429. 459 [1901]. 
Is one acquitted of a crime by reason of 

insanity deprived of his liberty without 

due process of law if ordered committed 

without further proceedings? [W. F. 

Meier] 10 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 228 [1907]. 



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187 



INSTITUT 



Is prison a cause of madness? [Tighe Hop- 
kins] 117 L. T. 203 (1904]. 

The Lunacy acts. The Bank of England's 
contumacy against Scottish judicial 
orders. 18 Scot. L. Rev. 185 [1902]. 

Lunacy in relation to contract, tort, and 
crime. [Rankine Wilson] 18 Law Q. 
Rev. 21 (1902]. 

Lunacy in relation to trusts. 108 L. J. 313, 
339 [1900]. 

The lunacy laws. [Wm. Harris Faloon] 24 
Law Mag. and Rev. 166 [1899]. 

Lunatic bankrupts. 45 Sol. J. 734 [1901]. 
Lunatics and the race problem. 123 L. T. 
524 [1907]. 

Lunatics and their estates. [N. W. Hoyles] 
22 Can. L. T. 47. 81 [1902]. 

Lunatics out of the jurisdiction. 42 Sol. J. 
779 [1898]. 

McNaghten's case and beyond. [William £• 
MikeU] 50 Am. L. R^. 264 [1902]. 

The medical jurisprudence of insanity. 
[Richard Brown] 24 Law Mag. and 
Rev. 319 [1899]; [Clark BeU] 20 Med. 
Leg. J. 254 [1902]. 

The medico-legal conflict over mental re- 
sponsibility. [Gino C. Speranza] 13 
Green Bag. 123 [1901]. 

Mental diseases and legal relations. [Henry 
C. White] 6 West. Res. L. J. 21 [1900]. 

Pleading and proof of insanity in criminal 
cases. [Linton D. Landrum] 56 Cent. 
L. J. 466 [1903]. 

The police and lunatics. 1 13 L. T. 137 [1902]. 

Receiving houses for lunatics. 65 J. P. 626 
[1901]. 

Relation of the insanities to criminal respon- 
sibility and civil capacity. [Sir John 
Batty Tuke and Charles R. A. How- 
den] 16 Jurid. Rev. 1. 169. 254. 361 
[1904]. 

Restraint of the insane. [Charles P. Wil- 
liams] 64 Cent. L. J. 187 [1907]. 

Rights of an execution creditor as against the 
property of a lunatic debtor. 33 Ir. L. 
T. 175 [1899]. 

Section 299 of the Lunacy act. 1890. 43 Sol. 
J. 203 [1899]. 

Some of the legal phrases in insanity. [Paul 
E. Carpenter] 35 Chic. Leg. N. 294, 
302; 11 Am. Law. 102 [1903]. 



Temporary emotional insanity as a defense 
against a charge of crime. [Linton D. 
Landrum] 56 Cent. L. J. 104 [1903]. 

Tort liability for mental disturbance. [Fran- 
cis M. Burdick] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 179 
[1905]. 

The trial of the insane for crime. [James 
Hendrie Lloyd] 69 Alb. L. J. 306 [1907]. 

Vagrancy and lunacy. 64 J. P. 768 [1900]. 
Various forms of mental alienation in their 

relation to crime. [Lewis Ho<±iheimer] 

56 Cent. L. J. 28 [1903]. 

Vesting orders in lunacy. 110 L. T. 152 
[1900]. 

What should be the legal requirements for the 
commitment of insane persons to hos- 
pitals for the care of the insane? 63 Alb. 
L. J. 441 [1901]. 

INSOLVENCY. 

Administration of assets in insolvency. 45 
Sol. J. 613 [1901]. 

Deceased insolvents. 106 L. T. 212 [1899]. 

Following trust funds in cases of insolvency 

or administration. [Charles A. Dick- 
son] 34 Am. L. Rev. 342; 109 L. T. 447, 

463, 480 [1900]. 
Insolvent estates — exit another anomaly. 

19 L. Notes [Gib.] 275 [1900]. 
Insolvent estates of deceased persons. 120 

L. T. 538 [1906]. 
Insolvent millionaires. 20 L. Notes [Gib.] 

302 [1901]. 
Liability of stock subscribers after corporate 

insolvency. 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 240 

[1898]. 
Preferred demands against insolvent estates. 

[Clinton L. Caldwell] 48 Cent. L. J. 

350 [1899]. 
The reform in insolvency proceedings. 

[George T. Morice] 23 S. A. L. J. 345; 

24 do. 160 [1906-7]. 
Some recent New York decisions on the 

insolvency of building loan associations. 

[Alfi^ed J. Becker] 69 Alb. L. J. 113 

[1907]. 
Some topics of insolvency law in its inter- 
national aspect. 16 Mad. L. J. 527 

[1906]. 
Institut de Droit International* Con- 
' ference of the, at Edinburgh. [F. A. 

Umpherston] 30 Law Mag. and Rev. 

60 [1904]. 



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188 



INSURANCE 



INSURANCE. 

See also Accident Insurance; Burglary 
Insurance; Fire Insurance; Guaranty 
Insurance; Life Insurance; Marine 
Insurance; Mutual Benefit Insurance; 
Sickness Insurance; Social Insurance. 

Admissibility of declarations of the insured 
against the beneficiary. [Albert Martin 
Kales] 6.Colum. L. Rev. 509 [1906]. 

The Armstrong amendments — a synopsis 
of New York's new insurance legislation. 
[H. Gerald Chapin] 14 Am. Law. 389 
[1906]. 

Assignability of life policies under the Friendly 
Societies act of 1875. 36 Ir. 1-. T. 309 
[1902]. 

Can congress regulate the business of in- 
surance? [I. M. Earle] 62 Cent. L. J. 
28 [1906]. 

Constitutional rights of policy-holders. 11 
Green Bag, 571 [1899]. 

Contract of reinsurance. [W. R. Vance] 
7 Va. L. Reg. 669 [1902]. 

The doctrine of subrogation as applied to the 
law of insurance. [Sigmond Sanger] 
42 Ohio L. B. 285, 313, 334 [1899]. 

Effect of statutes fixing the face of policy 
of insurance as a liquidated demand. 
[W. C. Rogers] 53 Cent. L. J. 105 [1901]. 

Evasion of state laws by mail order insurance 
companies. [John G. Park] 4 Mich. 
L. Rev. 257 [1906]. 

Expert opinion as to insurance risk. [John 
H. Wigmore] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 67 
[1902]. 

Federal control of insurance. [Andrew 
Alexander Bruce] 61 Cent. L. J. 384. 
[Edwin Mazcy] 39 Am. L. Rev. 182 
[1905]. [George J. Benson] 6 Brief, 
116 [1906]. 

Federal control of insurance corporations. 
[William R. Vance] 17 Green Bag, 83 
[1905]. 

Federal supervision of insurance. [Carman 
F. Randolph] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 500 
[1905]. 

The futility of the insurance fund under the 
Land Transfer acts. 50 Sol. J. 388 [1906]. 

Insurable interest. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 84 
11906]. 



Insurable interest in lives. 114 L. T. 53 
[1902]. 

Insurable interest in the life of a person. 
(Geo. D. Harris] 52 Cent. L. J. 381 
[1901]. 

Insurable interest of a stockholder in cor- 
porate property. [Glenda Burke Slay- 
maker] 56 Cent. L. J. 284 [1903]. 

Insurance against theft. 124 L. T. 27 [1907]. 

Insurance as a commodity. [Eugene A. 
Gilmore] 18 Green Bag, 142 [1906]. 

Insurance and its supervision. [Orville T. 
Smith] 4 Okla. L. J. 175 [1905]. 

The insurance investigations. [Charles 
Buckley HuhbeU] 17 Green Bag, 686 
[1905]. 

The insurance of motors. 117 L. T. 76 [1904]. 

Insurance premiums on bonds of caution 
in factories. 21 Scot. L. Rev. 89 [1905]. 

Inter-insurance — its legal aspects and busi- 
ness possibilities. [Robert J. Brennen] 
58 Cent. L. J. 323 [1904]. 

Law of insurance in the law school. [John 
A. Finch] 6 Am. Uw. 177 [1898]. 

The law of liability insurance. [Gilbert 

Ray Hawes] 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 1161; 

6 Am. Law. 247 [1898]. 
Lloyd's policies. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 245 

[1903]. 
A most interesting chancery sequal to a 

noted insurance case at law. [Robert J. 

Brennen] 60 Cent. L. J. 484 [1905]. 

National supervision of insurance and Paul 
V. Virginia. [John W. Walsh] 38 
Am. L. Rev. 181 [1904]. 

Policies of assurance and estate duty. 117 

L. T. 403 [1904]. 
Power of congress to regulate interstate 

insurance transactions. 10 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 124 [1906]. 

A question of ratification in insurance law. 
[Frederick T. Case] 19 Green Bag, 93 
[1907]. 

Recent decisions which add uncertainty to 
future litigation involving the construc- 
tion of policy provisions. [Robert J. 
Brennen] 61 Cent. L. J. 304 [1905]. 

Relation of insurance to the commerce 
clause in the federal constitution. [Regi- 
nald H. Innes] 48 Am. L. R^. 717 
[1900]. 



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189 INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION 



Resulting trust of a policy of insurance. .46 
Sol. J. 396 [1902]. 

Rights and liabilities of foreign insurance 
companies in Canada. [E. Lafleur] 
5 Can. L. Rev. 249 (1906). 

Statutory rights of beneficiaries of insurance 

policies. [C. B. Labatt] 36 Can. L. J. 

249 [1900]. 
Waiver in insurance cases. [John S. Ewart] 

25 Can. L. T. 247; 18 Harv. L. Rev. 

364 [1905]. 
Warranties and representations in insurance 

policies. [George W. Payne] 62 Cent. 

L. J. 479 [1906]. 
What is a Lloyd's poUcy ? 123 L. T. 244 [1907]. 
Intent, Evidence to show. [Ernest E. 

Williams] 23 Uw Q. Rev. 28 [1907]. 

— in law. 11 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 48 [1907]. 

— to deceive or defraud. [Herbert Steplien] 

20 Law 2. Rev. 186 [1904]. 
INTEREST. 

Contingent requests and interest. 112 L. T. 

591 [1902]. 
Creditor's right to interest in cases where 

judgment has been recovered for debt. 

36 Ir. L. T. 65 [1902]. 
How to deal with interest in preparing in- 
come tax returns. 45 Sol. J. 235, 252, 

273 [1901]. 
Interest and small debt and debts recovery 

decrees. [W. P. M. Blade] 13 Scot. L. 

Rev. 145 [1897]. 
Interest as damages. [Sydney B. Woods] 

21 Can. L. T. 273 [1901]. 
Interest-bearing time certificates of deposit. 

22 Bank. L. J. 581 [1905]. 

Interest due on a debt merged in judgment. 

35 Ir. L. T. 535 [1901]. 
Interest on bonds. 44 Sol. J. 697 [1900]. 
Interest on compensation moneys on com- 
pulsory enfranchisement of copyholds. 

48 Sol. J. 173 [1904]. 
Interest on Illinois judgments. 15 Nat. Corp. 

Rep. 629 [1898]. 
Interest on tradesmen's bills. 107 L. T. 468 

[1899]. 
Law of damdupat. [J. R. Gliarpure] 6 Bom. 

L. R. 129 [1904]. 
Law of interest. [Kaikolwd Bhicaji Das- 

tur] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 78, 111 [1906]. 
Law of interest. Expectant heirs. [Kai- 

Icobad Bhicaji Dastur] 9 Bom. L. Rep. 

257, 273 [1907]. 



Liability of the purchaser to pay interest on 
the purchase money. [W. Arnold 
Jolly] 104 L. T. 264 [1898]. 

Rate of interest after maturity. [Chas. M. 
Bryan] 6 Va. L. Reg. 655 [1901]. 

Reversal of judgment: interest on money 
ordered to be repaid. [J. K. F. Cleave] 
28 Law Mag. and Rev. 48 [1902]. 

The rule of damdupat. [Framjee R. 
Vicajee] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 464 [1900]. 

Interest in a mortgage decree. 5 Bom. L. R. 
137, 161 [1903]. 

Payment of interest on claims for injury to 
land. 70 J. P. 409 [1906]. 

The Thellusson act — is investing at simple 
interest accumulating? 110 L. T. 464 
[1901]. 

Interests taken in default of appointment. 

42 Sol. J. 248 [1898]. 
Interference by one nation in the internal 

affairs of another nation on the ground of 

humanity. [Samuel Herrich] 6 Brief, 

195 [1906]. 

— of third parties in contracts of others. 

[Darius H. Pingrey] 48 Cent. L. J. 112 
[1899]. 

— with business and commercial relations by 

third parties. [Wm. H. Warren] 40 
Can. L. J. 794 [1904]; 6. Cent. L. J. 
305 [1905]. 

— with contract relations. [Ernest Wilson 

Huffcut] 46 Am. L. Reg. 273 [1898]. 

— with contracts and business in New York. 

[E. W. Huffcutt] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 423 
[1905]. 
Interlocutors, The structure of. [J. M. 
Lees] 13 Scot. L. Rev. 29, 63, 95 [1897]. 

INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION. 

International arbitration — letter on. [An- 
drew D. White] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 54 
[1905]. 

Can international disputes be judicially de- 
termined? [Isaac Franklin Russell] 
6 Am. Uw. 370 [1898]. 

Expropriation by international arbitration. 
[Charles Noble Gregory] 21 Harv. 
L. Rev. 23 [1907]. 

International arbitration. [John Taylor 
Burris] 7 Am. Law. 399 [1899]. 

International arbitration. [R. T. Reid] 14 
Jurid. Rev. 333 [1902]; 2 Can. L. Rev. 
277 [1903]. 



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INTERNATIONAL LAW 



International arbitration and the Hague 
Court. [Jackson H. Ralston] 13 Am. 
Uw. 100 [1905]. 

International arbitration the product of the 
modem international system. [Hannis 
Taylor] 17 Green Bag, 98; 4 Can. L. 
Rev. 210 [1905]. 

International awards on personal claims. 27 
Wash. L. R. 293 [1899]. 

International court of arbitration. [O. D. 

Jones] 61 Cent. L. J. 346 [1905]. 
International court of arbitration at the 

Hague. [Frederick W. Holla] 9 Am. 

Uw. 160 [1901]. 
The progress of international arbitration. 

[Edwin Mazey] 67 Alb. L. J. 50 [1905]. 
Trial of an international lawsuit. [Henry C. 

Morris] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 198 [1906]. 
What the United States has done for inter- 
national arbitration. [John W. Foster] 

16 Green Bag, 153 [1904]. 
International Conference at Rio de Ja- 
neiro. [Hannis Taylor] 40 Am. L. Rev. 

896 [1906]. 
— Need of an. [Edwin Mazey] 68 Alb. L. J. 

35 [1906]. 
International congresses and conferences 

of the last century as farces working 

toward the solidarity of the world. 

[Simeon E. Baldwin] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 

565 [1907]. 
INTERNATIONAL LAW. 
Afterthoughts on the Kingston incident. 

[Edwin Mazey] 69 Alb. L. J. 85 [1907]. 
Alaska tribunal and international law. 

[Thomas Hodgins] 23 Can. L. T. 435 

[1903]. 
American ideals of international relations. 

[Albert Bushnell Hart] 1 Am. J. Int. 

L. 624 [1907]. 
An American jurist on the Russo-Japanese 

war. [Tighe Hopkins] 122 L. T. 530, 

551 [1907]. 
America's contribution to the literature of 

international law and diplomacy. [John 

W. Foster] 13 Yale L. J. 409 [1904]. 
Application of international law during the 

Chino-Japanese war. [Sakue Taka- 

hashi] 14 Law Q. Rev. 405 [1898]. 
Arrest of an escaped prisoner of war on board 

a foreign ship in British waters. [M. A. 

Tirunarajrana Chari] 12 Mad. L. J. 

51 [1902]. 



Blockade and contraband: law and practices 

of nations in recent times. [Chas. L. 

Nordon] 29 Law Mag. and Rev. 179 

[1904]. 
Calvo and the "Calvo Doctrine." [Percy 

Bardwell] 18 Green Bag, 377 [1906]. 

The Calvo and Drago doctrines. [Amos S. 
Hershey] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 26 [1907]. 

Capture of deserters from foreign state 

vessels. 62 J. P. 690 [1898]. 
China and international law. [Dr. George 

Jellinck] 35 Am. L. Rev. 56 [1901]. 
China and Japan — a contrast. [Theodore 

S. Woolsey] 10 Yale L. J. 46 [1900]. 
Citizenship and allegiance in constitutional 

and international law. [W. W. Will- 

ouithby] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 914 [1907]. 

Code of international law — is it possible? 

[Theodore S. Woolsey] 12 Yale L. J. 

57 [1902]. 
Compromise in the Japanese controversy. 

[Edwin Mazey] 16 Yale L. J. 400 [1907]. 
Concentration and international law. [Graf- 
ton Gushing] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 589 

[1900]. 
The Congo Free State and international 

morality. 117 L. T. 76 [1904]. 
Decisions of courts as a source of international 

law. [Edwin Maxey] 68 Alb. L. J. 88 

[1906]. 
Defect in our law of international bankruptcy. 

[Alfred F. Topham] 19 Law Q. Rev. 

295 [1903]. 
Destruction of neutral ships by a belligerent. 

[Hugh H. L. Bellot] 119 L. T. 193 

[1905]. 
Development of international law. [Edwin 

Maxey.] 

I. Before Grotius — 39 Am. L. Rev. 747 
[1905]. 

II. From Grotius to American Independ- 
ence. 38 Am. L. Rev. 815 [1905]. 

III. From American I ndependence to the 
present time. 40 Am. L. Rev. 188 
[1906]. 

The development of international law. 

[Richard Olney] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 418 

[1907]. 
Diplomatic protection of citizens abroad. 

[Gaston de Leval] 42 L. J. 607, 617 

[1907]. 
Doctrine of continuous voyages. [Charles 

B. EUiott] 13 Yale L. J. 289 [1904]. 



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The doctrine of ultimus hares in inter- 
national law. [Wm. Galbraith Miller] 
37 Am. L. Rev. 63 11903]. 

Effect of annexation on private property. 
[F. G. Gardiner] 17 Cape L. J. 155 
11900]. 

Equality between nations and international 
conventions, as determining factors in 
shaping modem international law. [Si- 
meon E. Baldwin] 17 YaleL. J. 21 [1907]. 

The equality of states and the Hague con- 
ferences. [Frederidc Charles Hicks] 

2 Am. J. Int. Law, 530 [1908]. 

The evolution of international law. [Edward 
Lindsey] 39 Am. L. Rev. 658; 120 L. 
T. 90 [1905]. 

Exclusion of Japanese children from the 
public schools of San Francisco. [Edwin 
Mazey] 16 Yale L. J. 90 [1906]. 

Exemption of private property at sea from 
capture. [Samuel B. Crandall] 5 
Colum. L. Rev. 487 [1905]. [Edwin 
Mazey] 18 Green Bag, 155 [1906]. 

The exemption of private property at sea 
from capture in time of war. [Sir 
William Rann Kennedy] 32 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 28 [1906]; 16 Yale L. J. 
381 [1907]. 

A foreign sovereign in an American court: 
a novel case in international practice. 
[John W. Foster] 9 Yale L. J. 283 [1900]. 

The future of international law. [Allen E. 
Rogers] 16 Green Bag, 322; 117 L. T. 
135 [1904]. 

German code and private international law. 

[JuUus Hirschfeld] 16 Uw Q. Rev. 

88 [1900]. 
Growth and development of international 

law in Africa. [S. McCalmont Hill] 

16 Law Q. Rev. 249 [1900]. 

The Hague conference of 1904 for the ad- 
vancement of private international law. 
[Simeon E. Baldwin] 14 Yale L. J. 1 
[1904]. 

Hague convention on matters of private inter- 
national law. [Ernest J. Schuster] 
1 J. Comp. I.eg. 428 [1899]. 

Has the Supreme Court discouraged protec- 
tion of American interests against foreign 
aggression? [George F. Ormsby] 65 
Alb. L. J. 305 [1903]. 






How Pennsylvania enforced the law of 
nations — M. Marbois and Chevalier 
£>e Longchamps. [Addph Moses] 26 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 589 [1903]. 

Insurgency and international maritime law. 
[George Grafton Wilson] 1 Am. J. 

Int. L. 46 [1907]. 

Interference by one nation in the internal 
affairs of another nation on the ground of 
humanity. [Samuel Herrick] 6 Brief, 
195 [1906]. 

International agreements without the advise 
and consent of the senate. [James F. 
Bamett] 15 Yale L. J. 18, 63 [1905]. 

International aspects of the Russo-Japanese 
war. [Thomas Baty] 116 L. T. 358, 381 
[1904]. 

International aspects of the Spanish-Am- 
erican war. [O. A. Rowland] 34 Can. 
L. J. 477 [1898]. 

International law and international trade. 
[Balfour Browne] 42 L. J. 576 [1907]. 

International law and the Russo-Japanese 

war. 50 Sol. J. 6 [1905]. 
International law as a factor in English law. 

[Pitt Cobbett] 6 Com. L. Rev. 97 

[1909]. 
International law in legal education. [James 

B. Scott] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 409 [1904]. 
International liability for mob injuries. 

[Francis J. R. Mitchell] 34 Am. L. Rev. 

709 [1900]. 
International maritime law. 23 L. Notes 

[Gib.] 117 [1904]. 
International occupation. 12 Green Bag, 

254 [1900]. 
International responsibility to corporate 

bodies for lives lost by outlawry. [John 

Bassett Moore] 1 [Am. J. Int. L. 4 

[1907]. 
International right of way. [William C. 

Morey] 12 Am. Law. 54 [1904]. 
International unions and their administra- 
tion. [Paul S. Renisch] 1 Am. J. Int. 

L. 579 [1907]. 
Intervention among states. [F. W. Payn] 

26 Law. Mag. and Rev. 176 [1901]. 

Is international law a part of the law of 
England? [J. Westlake] 22 Law Q. 
Rev. 14 [1906]. 

Is there a Fashoda question? [Thomas 
Baty] 24 Law Mag. and Rev. 55 [1898]. 



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Japanese school incident at San Francisco 
from the point of view of international 
and constitutional law. [Theodore P. 
Ion] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 326 (1907). 

Jurisdiction over foreign ships in territorial 
waters. [Charles Nohle Gregory] 2 
Mich. L. Rev. 333 [1904]. 

Lecture on international law. [Theodore 
S. Woolsey] 8 Yale L. J. 387 [1899]. 

The legal nature of international law. (James 
Brown Scott] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 124 
[1906]; 1 Am. J. Int. L. 831 [1907]. 

The legal science of international law. [W. W. 
Wllloughhy] 2 Am. J. Int. L. 357 [1908]. 

The Monroe doctrine as a principle of inter- 
national law. [Samuel Herrick] 4 
Brief, 360 [1903]. 

The Monroe doctrine; the Polk doctrine, 
anarchism. [Whitelaw Reid] 13 Yale 
L. J. 16 [1903]. 

Muscat dhows. [J. Westlake] 23 Law Q. 

Rev. 83 [1907]. 
Nature and extent of the title by conquest. 

|J. Westlake] 17 Law Q. Rev. 392 [1901]. 

Need of a practical provision for amending 
international law. [Edwin Mazey] 14 
Am. Uw. 116 [1906]. 

The need of popular understanding of inter- 
national law. [Elihu Root] 1 Am. J. 
Int. Uw. 1 [1907]. 

The neutralisation of the Atlantic-Pacific 
Canal. [F. R. Sanderson] 14 Jurid. 
Rev. 79 [1902]. 

New code of international family law. 
[Simeon E. Baldwin] 12 Yale L. J. 487 
[1903]. 

The North Sea inquiry. [B. H. Conner] 17 
Green Bag, 361; 119 L. T. 299 [1905]. 

Part taken by courts of justice in the develop- 
ment of international law. [Simeon 
E. Baldwin] 10 Yale L. J. 1 [1900]; 35 
Am. L. Rev. 214 [1901]. 

The Panama situation in the light of inter- 
national law. [William C. Dennis] 
62 Am. L. R^. 265 [1904]. 

The place of international law in American 
jurisprudence. [James B. Scott] 15 
Green Bag, 164 [1903]. 

Private property on the high seas. [G. A. 
Finkelnhurft] 38 Am. L. Rev. 641 

[1904]. 



A question of international law in |:he depor- 
tation of aliens. [Charles Nohle Greg- 
ory] 18 Jurid. Rev. 121 [1906]. 

The recent development of private inter- 
national law in England. [Rohert C. 
Henderson] 34 Am. L. Rev. 386 [1900]. 

The relation of diplomacy to the development 

of international law, public and private. 

[Jules Camhon] 36 Am. L. Rev. 161; 

6 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 227; 113 L. T. 320 

[1902]. 
Rights of American girls who marry foreigners. 

[Claric BeU] 60 Alb. L. J. 72; 107 L. T. 

551 [1899]. 
Russia, Japan, and who else? [Edwin Mazey] 

66 Alb. L. J. 71 [1904]. 
The Russo-Japanese War and international 

law. [Edwin Mazey] 39 Am. L. Rev. 

342 [1905]. 
Russo-Japanese war and public international 

law. [F. R. Sanderson] 16 Jurid. Rev. 

208 [1904]. 
The Russo-Japanese war and international 

law. 119 L. T. 156 [1905]. 
The sanction of international law. [Elihu 

Root] 2 Am. J. Int. Law, 451 [1908]. 

The science of intemation law: its task and 

method. [L. Oppenhelm] 2 Am. J. 

Int. L. 313 [1908]. 
Seaward limit of territorial jurisdiction. [A. 

H. Charteris] 18 Jurid. Rev. 288 [1906]. 
Shipowner's liability for collisions under 

international law. [J. B. Sutherland] 

12 Jurid. Rev. 143 [1900]. 
Some problems of international law. [Charles 

Nohle Gregory] 14 Yale L. J. 82 [1904]. 
Some questions of international law arising 

from the Russo-Japanese war. [Amos 

S. Hersey]. 

I. Failure to declare war and allied viola- ^ 

tion of Korean neutrality. 16 Green 
Bag. 306 [1904]. 

II. The Hay note and Chinese neutrality. 
16 Green Bag, 375 [1904]. 

III. The conduct of the powers in respect 
to their neutral obligations. 16 Green 
Bag, 452 [1904]. 

IV. The construction, sale, and exportation 
by neutral states and individuals of 
war^ips, submarine boats, and other 
vessels adapted to warlike use and in- 
tended for belligerent service. 16 
Green Bag, 538 [1904]. 




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INTERSTATE 



V. War correspondents, wireless tel^- 

raphy, and sumarine mines. 16 Green 
Bag, 595 [1904]. 

VI. Russian seizures of neutral merchant- 
men. The right of visit and search, of 
capture, and the alleged right of sink- 
ing neutral prizes. 16 Green Bag, 659 
[1904]. 

VII. Questions relating to contraband of 
war. 16 Green Bag, 744 [1904]. 

VIII. The rights and privileges of bellig- 
erent armed vessels in neutral ports. 
16 Green Bag, 814 [1904]. 

Some recent progress in international law. 
[George B. Davis] 14 Am. Law. 405 [1906]. 

Sources of international law. [Frederick 
PoUodc] 18 Law Q. Rev. 418; 2 Colum. 
L. Rev. 511 [1902]. 

South African railway case an international 
law. [Thomas Barclay] 21 Law. Q. 
Rev. 301 [1905]. 

— A reply. [J. Westlake] 21 Law Q. Rev 

335 [1905]. 

Spheres of influence and protectorates. 
[Hannis Taylor] 41 Am. L. Rev. 92 
[1907]. 

State loans in their relation to international 
policy. [Lins M. Drago] 1 Am. J. Int. 
L. 692 [1907]. 

State protection of subjects abroad. [F. B. 
Brook] 30 Law Mag. and Rev. 157 
[1905]. 

The study of international law in law schools. 
[Charles Noble Gregory] 2 Am. Law 
Sch. Rev. 41 [1907]. 

Treaties as sources of international law. 
[Edwin Mazey] 11 Va. L. Reg. 863 
[1906]. 

Trial of Mary Queen of Scots from the point 
of view of public intematioual law. [Er- 
nest Nys] 17 Jurid. Rev. 50 [1905]. 

The Venezuelan affair in the light of inter- 
national law. [Amos S. Hershey] 51 
Am. L. Reg. 249 [1903]. 

The war in the Orient in the light of inter- 
national law. [Theodore J. Grasrson] 
53 Am. L. Reg. 672, 738 [1905]. 

When conquest is a duty. [Burton Smith] 
1 N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 385 [1904]. 

International Law Association at Buffalo. 
[T. G. Carver] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 381 
[1899]. 



International Law Association at Glas- 
gow. 17 Scot. L. Rev. 283 [1901]. 

— at Antwerp. [Mr. Justice Kennedy] 5 

J. Comp. L^. 216; [T. J. Carver] 5 J. 
Comp. Leg. 224 [1904]. 

— at Berlin. [Thomas Baty] 32 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 87; J. Comp. Leg. 371 [1906]. 

— at Portland. [Thomas Baty] 33 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 75 [1907]. 

— Bills of exchange and the. [Thomas 

Baty] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 229 [1907]. 

International Maritime Committee: 
Hamburg conference. [T. G. Carver] 
4 J. Comp. Leg. 156 [1902]. 

— Amsterdam conference. [R. B. D. 

Adand] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 139 [1906]. 

INTERNATIONAL PRIZE COURT. 

Constitutionality of the proposed interna- 
tional prize court — considered from the 
standpoint of the United States. fThos. 
Raehum White] 2 Am. J. Int. Law, 
490 [1908]. 

International prize court. [Amos S. 
Hershey] 19 Green Bag, 652 [1907]. 

The proposed international prize court and 
some of its difficulties. [Henry B. 
Brown] 2 Am. J. Int. Law, 458 [1908]. 

INTERPLEADER. 

Is an interpleader proceeding an action? [R. 
J. Maclennan] 20 Can. L. T. 347 [1900]. 

Interi»retation« Expansion of constitutiona 
powers by. [Paul Fuller] 5 Colum 
L. Rev. 193 [1905]. 

— Extrinsic evidence in aid of. [Sidney L. 

Phipson] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 245 [1904]. 

— of n^ative precepts in Hindu law. 

[Priyanath Sen] 4 Cal. L. J. 21, 27, 35, 
63, 75 [1906]. 

— of reference clauses in contracts. [R. 
D. MelviUe] 16 Jurid. Rev. 297 [1904}. 

— Spurious. [Roscoe Pound] 7 Colum. L. 

Rev. 379 [1907]. 

— Theory of legal. [Oliver Wendell 

Hoknes] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 417 [1899]. 
Interstate chaos. [William H. Hotchkiss] 
14 Am. Law. 7 [1906]. 

— controverdes growing out of the civil 

war and the reconstruction period. 
[George C. Lay] 6 Brief, 98 [1906]. 

— crime and interstate extradition. [Wil- 

bur Larremore] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 532 
[1899]. 



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194 



INVENTIONS 



Interstate judicial relations. [Wolfe Fink] 
4 Com. L. Rev. 97 [1907]. 

— service of process. (D. G. Fergueon] 1 

Com. L. Rev. 18 (1903). 

— [Paris Nesbit] 1 Com. L. Rev. 203 [1904]. 

— [T. R. Bavin] 2 Com. L. Rev. 61 [1904]. 
INTERSTATE COMMERCE. 

See Commerce. 

Interveners in suits for dissolution of mar- 
riage. 104 L. J. 196 [1898]. 

Intervention among states. [F. W. Pasm] 
26 Uw Mag. and Rev. 176 [1901]. 

— Legal aspects of our, in Cuba. [Edwin 

Mazey] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 110 [1906]. 
Interventions. 108 L. T. 483 [1900]. 

INTOXICATING LIQUORS. 

Agreement of European powers as to liquor 
supply in Africa. [H. R. Fox Bourne] 1 

J. Comp. Leg. 287 [1899]. 

Bogus clubs and the licensing laws. [Andrew 

Mitchell] 14 Jurid. Rev. 59 [1902]. 
C. O. D. sales of intoxicating liquors. [B. R. 

Webb] 13 Am. Uw. 515 [1905]. 
The civil damage liquor laws [N. C.]. [Moses 

N. Amis] 1 N. C. L. J. 425 [1901]. 
Clubs under the Licensing [Scotland] act, 

1903. 11 Scot. L. T. 119, 146 [1903]. 

Comparative legislation as to habitual drunk- 
ards. [R. W. Lee] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 
241 [1901]. 

Constitutional protection of "original pack- 
ages'* employed in interstate conunerce. 
[Henry M. Dowling] 55 Cent. L. J. 
342 [1902]. 

The crapulous man and the law. 6 Law 
Notes [N. Y.] 56 [1902]. 

The doctrine of the distilled spirits. [Ralpli 
E. Hemstreet] 65 Alb. L. J. 210 [1903]. 

Drink and crime. 114 L. T. 270 [1903]. 

Gifts and sales of intoxicating liquor con- 
trasted. [Lutlier E. Hewitt] 47 Am. L. 
Reg. 17 [1899]. 

Governmental control of the liquor traffic 
[Glenda Burl&e Slaymaker] 56 Cent. 
L. J. 444 [1903]. 

Intoxicants at Westminster. 62 J. P. 722 
[1898]. 

Intoxicants under the police power. [D. H. 
Pingrey] 55 Cent. L. J. 46 [1902]. 

Is furnishing intoxicating liquor to members 
by a social club a sale? [B. F. Watson] 
64 Cent. L. J. 442, 482 [1907]. 



Is the licensing of dramshop keepers uncon- 
stitutional? [D. C. Allen] 65 Cent. L. J. 
138 [1907]. 

The jurisdiction of intoxication. [J. F. 
Sutheriand] 10 Jurid. Rev. 309 [1898]. 

The latest phase of the original package 
doctrine. [Shadcelford MiUer] 35 
Am. L. Rev. 364 [1901]. 

Manitoba Liquor Act. [Alan C. Ewart] 1 
Can. L. Rev. 130 [1901]. 

Manitoba Liquor Act case. [A. H. F. Lefroy] 
37 Can. L. J. 217 [1901]. 

The new Club laws. 1 14 L. T. 145 [1902]. 

New inebriates l^slation in England. [A. 

Wood Renton] 11 Green Bag, 382 [1899]. 
Notice of adulteration of liquors. 62 J. P. 

481 [1898]. 
The original package ineptitude. [William 

[Trickett] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 161 [1906]. 
Physical deterioration and alcoholism. 69 

J. P. 579 [1905]. 
Railway travellers and Sunday drinking. 63 

J. P. 307 [1899]. 
The referendum and prohibition. [Sir John 

G. Bourinot] 1 Can. L. Rev. 281 [1902]. 

Rights of social clubs to dispense intoxicating 
liquors without license. 3 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 204 [1900]. 

Sale of intoxicating liquor during closing 
hours. 69 J. P. 206 [1905]. 

Sale of intoxicating liquors in Ireland. 40 
Jr. L, T. 393 [1906]. 

Sale to children of intoxicating liquors. 69 
J. P. 289 [1905]. 

Sales by license holders outside their premises. 
69 J. P. 50 [1905]. 

A short history of the liquor question and an 
analytical and comparative considera- 
tion of its l^islation. [Wm. T. Lee] 
24 S. A. L. J. 261 [1907]. 

Sale of excisable liquor by retail. 62 J. P. 
386 [1898]. 

Use of intoxicating liquors by jurors. [Mor- 
ton John Stevenson] 59 Alb. L. J. 208 
[1899]. 

What is the original package doctrine? 
[Morris M. Townley] 35 Am. L. Rev. 
669 [1901]. 

What is whiskey? 70 J. P. 109 [1906]. 

Who is a bona fide traveller? 34 Jr. L. T. 
473 [1900]. 

Inventions and invention, [Alfred Daniell] 
11 Jurid. Rev. 151 [1899]. 



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195 



IRELAND 



Inyeetment of capital money under the 
settled land acts. 21 L. Notes [Gib.] 
209 [1903]. 

IOWA. 

Early Iowa lawyers and judges. [John B. 
Dillon] 68 Alb. L. J. 268; 40 Am. L. 
Rev. 377; 14 Am. Law. 250 [1906]. 

Iredell« Jamee, [1750-1799] a character 

sketch. [Martha Dozier] 1 N. C. L. J. 

197; sketch, with portrait. [Junius 

DaWs] 12 Green Bag, 165 [1900]. 
IRELAND. 
Absent-mindedness on the bench and at the 

bar in Ireland. 12 Green Bag, 69 [1900]. 
The alleged overmanning of the Irish judicial 

bench. 32 Ir. L. T. 279 [1898]. 
Ancient Brehon laws of Ireland. [M. J. 

Gorman] 20 Can. L. T. 127; 4 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 69 [1900]. 
Arterial drainage of Ireland. [Charles A. 

StanneU] 36 Ir. L. T. 164 [1902]. 
Choice anecdotes of Irish bench and bar. 

11 Green Bag, 160 [1899]. 
Costs in legal proceedings in Ireland. 32 Ir. 

L. T. 140 [1898]. 
The Counties of Ireland. [C. Litton Fal- 

kiner] 3 N. Ir. Jur. 61 [1903]. 
The Crown of Ireland. 108 L. T. 457 [1900]. 

Decrees by default in Civil Bill Courts in 

Ireland. [R. P. Carton] 3 N. Ir. Jur. 

117, 125 [1903]. 
The Fishery laws of Ireland. [H. D. Conner] 

1 N. Ir. Jur. 220, 228 [1901]. 
Fry Conmiission Report. 32 Ir. L. T. 79, 89, 

99 [1898]. 
Hints on Irish conveyancing. 

I. Particulars of sale. 2 N. Ir. Jur. 213 
[1902]. 

II. Conditions of sale. 2 N. Ir. Jur. 225 
[1902]. 

III. Fee-farm grants under the Renewable 
Leasehold Conversion act. 2 N. Ir. 
Jur. 258 [1902]. 

Humors of the Irish law courts in the nine- 
teenth century. [T. P. Stuart] 2 Can. 
L. Rev. 229, 294 [1903]. 

In an Irish land court. 12 Green Bag, 648 [1900]. 

The Irish judiciary and duelling. 112 L. T. 
85 [1902]. 

Irish legal repartee. 104 L. T. 178, 295, 507; 
105 do. 404 [1897-8]. 

Irish legislative reforms in the Victorian era. 
1 N. Ir. Jur. 93 [1901]. 



Irish magistrate in the penal days. [Joseph 
M. SuUivan] 64 Alb. L. J. 12 [1902]. 

Irish mines and minerals. 40 Ir. L. T. 237 
[1906]. 

Irish Private Bill legislation — a tribunal. 

[Arthur W. Samuels] 33 Ir. L. T. 17 

[1899]. 
Judicial oath in ancient Ireland. [Joseph 

M. Sullivan] 14 Green Bag, 85 [1902]. 

Land transfer and land purchase in Ireland. 

[Henry A. Drennan] 1 N. Ir. Jur. 383 

[1901]. 
The last trial for witchcraft in Ireland. 

[Joseph M. Sullivan] 13 Green Bag, 146 

[1901]. 
Licensing and public-house reform in Ireland. 

[Wm. Lawson] 2 N. Ir. Jur. 173, 191, 

195 [1902]. 
The Local Government act. 
I., II. Introductory. 32 Ir. L. T. 383, 397. 

III. The constitution of the County 
Councils. 32 do. 411. 

IV. The constitution of District Councils. 
32 do. 425. 

V. The powers and duties of County 
Councils. 32 do. 435. 

VI. The Poor Law Boards and their 
power. 32 do. 445. 

VII. The powers and duties of District 
Councils. 32 do. 455. 

VIII. Local taxation. 32 do. 469. 

IX. Grants in aid of local taxation. 32 
do. 479. 

X. Existing and future officials. 32 do. 
489 [1898]. 

The Local Government bill, 1898. 32 Ir. 

L. T. 187 [1898]. 
Local government in England and Ireland. 

[J. V. Vesey Fitz-Gerald] 24 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 22 [1898]. 
Local taxation in Ireland. 3 N. Ir. Jur. 133, 

158 [1903]. 
The new land act — changes in the procedure 
, of the Land Commission. 

I. As to fixing fair rents. 37 Ir. L. T. 

397. 

II. As to land purchase, [a] On sales by 
a landlord to his tenants directly. 37 
do. 407. 

III. As to land purchase, [b] Sales by 
Estate Commissioners. 37 do. 417. 

IV. As to land purchase, [c] Distribution 
of purchase money. 37 do. 427 [1903]. 



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196 



ITALY 



The new Irish Land bilL 36 Ir. L. T. 123, 
133(1902). 

The new Irish Licensing act. 36Ir. L.T.339 

11902). 

Notable conflicts between ecclesiastiral and 
civil courts in Ireland. (Joseph M. 
Solliiran) 63 Alb. L. J. 476 (1901). 

Police regulations under the Belfast acts. 
(F. A. Skm] 3 N. Ir. Jur. 229 (1903). 

The redemption price of tithe rent-charges 
and the Land act, 1903. 38 Ir. L. T. 105 
(1904). 

Registration of marriages in Ireland. [Her* 
bert Wood) 2 N. Ir. Jur. 386, 392 (1902). 

Removal of paupers from England to Scot- 
land or Ireland and vice versa. 71 J. P. 
99, 110 (1907). 

Sale of intoxicating liquors in Ireland. 40 
Ir. L. T. 393 (1906). 

The Settled Lands acts. 36 Ir. L. T. 219 (1902). 

The state of the Irish bar. 36 L. T. 85 (1902). 

Summary jurisduction in Belfast. (F. A« 
SloM] 3 N. Ir. Jur. 187 (1903). 

The supplanting of the Brehon laws in 
Ireland. (Joseph M. Sullinui] 13 
Green Bag, 299 [1901]; 69 Alb. L. J. 209 
(1907). 

Tenure in Ireland under the Brehon laws. 
[Joseph M. Sullivan] 13 Green Bag, 
524 [1901). 

What English statutes are law in Ireland. 
[J. Sinclair Baxter) 2 N. Ir. Jur. 443 
[1902]. 

The working of the Registration of Title 
act in Ireland. [Richard J. Kelly) 29 
Law Mag. and Rev. 25 [1903]. 

Workmen's compensation. The progress of 
the act in Ireland. 2 N. Ir. Jur. 9, 22 
[1901]. 

Workmen's compensation in Ireland and the 
House of Lords — Does an appeal lie? 
[John 0*Mahony) 2 N. Ir. Jur. 141 
(1902). 

Irish eloquence in the House of Commons 
and at the bar of Great Britain. [Rich- 
ard Randolph McMahon). 

I. Edmund Burke. 10 Bar, 12 [Apr. 1903]. 

II. Richard Brinsley Sheridan. 11 Bar, 
35 [Sept. 1904). 

Iroquis Theatre cases — a flagrant instance 
of the law's delays. [Frederic C. Wood- 
ward and Frank O. Smith] 1 III. L. Rev. 
429 [1906). 



Iroquois Theatre cases — anotlier view. 
[Geoffe A. FoOansbee] 1 IIL L. Rev. 
437 (1906). 

Irreconcilable coolict. (Robert G. Streed 
41 Am. L. Rev. 680 (1907). 

IRRIGATION. 

The desirability of harmonizing state and 
federal statutes on irrigation. (Carroll 
B. Graves) 13 Am. Law. 383 (1905). 

I>oes the power of the federal government jus- 
tify any in te r f erence with irrigation in 

CohMrado. [L. G. Carpenter) 11 Am. 

Uw. 506 (1903). 
The irrigation cess bill (S. Kasturi Ranga 

Aiyangar) 10 Mad. L. J. 88 (1900). 
The law of new conditions — illustrated by the 

law of irrigation. (Piatt Rogers) I99I 

Am. Bar Assn. 376. 
Isham, Edward S. (1836-1902.) Obituary, 

with portrait. 34 Chic Leg. N. 213 (1902). 
Islands in non-navigable rivers. 8 Mad. L. 

J. 357 [1898). 
ISLE OF MAN. 
Land tenure in the Isle of Man. (G. A. Ring] 

30 Uw Mag. and Rev. 129 (1905). 
The l^slature and judicature of the Isle of 

Man. [G. A. Ring) 27 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 129 (1902). 
Manx land tenure. [Reginald D. Farrant) 

22 Uw Q. Rev. 136 (1906). 
Review of l^^tion, 1895. (Llewellyn 

Kneale) 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 7 (1897). 

— 1896. [T. Ranleigh] 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. 8. 

144 (1897). 

— 1897. [Sir Courtenay Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. 

Leg. 92 (1899). 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 455 [1899]. 

— 1901. [S. Stevenson Moore) 4 J. Comp. 

Leg. 233 (1902). 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 332 (1904). 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 334 [1905], 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 80 (1906). 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 286 (1907). 
Issue, Possibility of. 35 Ir. L. T. 279 (1901). 
Isthmian Canal Treaty. [Charles Cheney 

Hyde] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 725 (1902). 
ITALY. 
The abolition of capital punishment in Italy 

and San Marino. [Majmard Shipley] 

40 Am. L. Rev. 240 (1906). 
Divorce and "public order" in Italy. [Tor- 

quoto C. Gianinni] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 42 

(1906). 



ITALY 



197 



JAPAN 



An Italian view of the law of torts. [M. 
Shddon Amos] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 274 
[1904]. 

Legal education in Italy. [H. St. John 
Mildmay] 29 Law Mag. and Rev. 285 
[1904]. 

Musical instruments and the copyright law 
of Italy. [H. St. John MUdmay] 30 
Law Mag. and Rev. 286 [1905]. 

Review of legislation, 1901. [T. C. Giannini] 

4 J. Comp. Leg. 195 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 310 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 309 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 05 [1906]. 

— 1907. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 266 [1907]. 
Workmen's compensation in Italy. [Henry 

Bumham Boone] 18 Green Bag, 223 
[1906]. 
Jackson, Andrew. [1767-1845.] [A. S. 
Colyar] 5 Law Notes [N. Y.] Ill ; 8 Bar, 
349 [1901]. 

— as a lawyer. [Eugene L. Didier] 15 

Green Bag, 349 [1903]. 

— General Andrew Jackson, Governor- 

General of Florida. [Seymour D. 

Thompson] 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 587 

[1898]. 
Jackson, Frederick S. [1865-.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 

88 [1899]. 
Jackson, Huntington W. [1841-1901.] 

Obituary, with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. 

N. 165 [1901]. 
Jackson, John J., Judge. Obituary. 14 

Bar, 11, [Oct. 1907]. 
Jacob and Laban, The covenant of. [David 

Werner Amram] 13 Green Bag, 406 

[1901]. 

JAMAICA. 

Modes of legislation in Jamaica. [C. F. 

Lamb] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 161 [1897]. 
Law reporting in Jamaica. 116 L. T. 55 

[1903]. 
"Obeah** in Jamaica. [S. Leslie Thornton] 

5 J. Comp. Leg. 262 [1940]. 

Praedial larceny of Jamaica. [S. Leslie 
Thornton] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 135 [1902]. 

Review of legislation, 1895. [Albert Gray] 
1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 127 [1896]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 244 [1897]. 

— 1897. [Albert Gray] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 163 

[1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 568 [1899]. 



Review of legislation, 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 
632 [1900]. 

— 1900. [S. Leslie Thornton] 3 J. Comp. 
Leg. 414 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 347 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 439 [1904]. 

— 1903. [Albert Gray] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 460 

[1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 224 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 532 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 415 [1907]. 

James, Edward C. [1841-1901.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 63 Alb. L. J. 
173 [1901]. 

James, Ellas William. [1837-1904.] Me- 
morial. [John A. Shauck] 49 Ohio 
L. B. 418 [1904]. 

JAPAN. 

China and Japan: a contrast. [Theodore 
S. Woolsey] 10 Yale L. J. 46 [1900]. 

An execution in Japan. [Andrew F. Sib- 
bald] 16 Green Bag, 38 [1904]. 
Civil code of Japan compared with the French 

civil code. [Kazuo Hatosrama] 11 

Yale L. J. 296, 354, 403 [1902]. 
Japanese Civil Code regarding the law of the^ 

family. [Rokinchiro Masujima] 37 

Am. L. Rev. 530 [1903]. 
The Japanese Code [Boston Herald], 37 

Chic. Leg. N. 200 [1905]. 
Japanese Code and the family. [Munroe 

Smith] 23 Law Q. Rev. 42 [1907]. 
Japanese law and jurisprudence. [A. H. 

Marsh] 38 Am. L. Rev. 209 [1904]; 117 

L. T. 89 [1904]. 
Japanese prize courts. 117 L. T. 283 [1904]. 
Japanese school incident at San Francisco 

from the point of view of international 

and constitutional law. [Theodore P. 

Ion] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 326 [1907]. 
The legal status of Japanese women. [R. 

Vashon Rogers] 4 Can. L. Rev. 14, 116 

[1905]. 
The new patent act of Japan. 60 Alb. L. J. 

328 [1899]. 
Paternal power in Japanese law. [Charles 

H. Huberich] 12 Yale L. J. 26 [1902]. 

The present position of Japanese law and 
jurisprudence. [Ropinchlro Masu- 
jima] 37 Am. L. Rev. 161 [1903]. 

Proposed penal code for Japan. [W. F. 
Craies] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 322 [1899]. 



JAPAN 



198 



JONES 



Progress of the judicial system of Japan. 
T. Okamura] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 46 [1899]. 

Russia, Japan, and who else? [Edwin Maxey] 

66 Alb. L. J. 71 [19041. 

The Russo-Japanese war and international 
law. 119 L.T. 156(1905]. . 

Schooling rights under our treaty with Japan. 
[Simeon E. Baldwin] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 

85 [1907]. 

Tansan lable case. 61 Alb. L. J. 94 [1900]. 

Jay, John. [1745-1829.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. [Francis R. 
Jones] 13 Green Bag, 1 [1901]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 7 Case and Com. 

121 [1901]. 

— first Chief Justice of the United States. 

[Jamee B. Scott] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 289 
[1906]. 

— and the treaty of 1794. [Gerry W. Hazd- 

ton] 15 Am. Law. 365 [1907]. 
Jefferson, Thomas, [1743-1826] a for- 
gotten chapter in the life of. [Johnson 
Brigham] 12 Green Bag, 441 [1900]. 

— his opinion of John Maishall and his 

court. 35 Am. L. Rev. 63 [1901]. 
.— as a lawyer. [Eugene L. Didier] 15 
Green Bag, 153 [1903]; [G. A. Finkeln- 
berg] 39 Am. L. Rev. 321 [1905]. 

— and Marshall — historic collision between 

the executive and the judiciary. [L. 
B. Proctor] 59 Alb. L. J. 289 [1899]. 

Jeffreys, George [Lord Chanc] Baron Jef- 
freys of Wem. [1648-1689.] [J. E. R. 
Stephens] 3 Barrister, 121 [1897]. 

Jeffries, Lord Chief Justice. Portrait. 16 
Green Bag, 185 [1904]. 

Jenkins, James G. Judge. [1833-19—.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 
281 [1905]; 5 Case and Com. 61 [1898]. 

Jenkins, Sir Lawrence Hugh. [1858-19—.] 
Biographical sketch. 2 Bom. L. R. 2 
[1900]. 

— [S. E. Dey] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 1 [1906]. 
Jenkins, Robert E. [1846-1907.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 245 

[1907]. 
Jeofails, Virginia statute of. [W. B. Pettit] 

6 Va. L. Reg. 4 [1900]. 
Jeopardy, The doctrine of previous. [G. W. 

Payne] 62 Cent. L. J. 295 [1906]. 

— Twice in. [Lewis B. Ewlmnk] 50 Cent. 

L. J. 143 [1900]. 



Jephthah*s daughter. The case of. [DaTid 
Werner Amram] 13 Green Bag, 37 

[1901]. 

Jerome, WilUam T., [1859-19—] the law- 
yer. [Arthur Train] 17 Green Bag, 617 
[1905]. 

Jersey justice. 5 Law Notes [N. Y.] 164 

[1901]. 
Jessel, Sh* George. [1824-1886.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. 29 Nat. Corp. Rep. 

942 [1905]. 
Jesus, The arrest and trial of, viewed from 

a legal standpoint. [W. J. Gasmor] 11 

Am. Law. 241 [1903]. 
Jeune, Francis Henry, Lord St. Helier. 

[1843-1905.] Obituary. 40 L. J. 315 

[1905]. 
Jewett, Jolm N. [1827-1904.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 174 [1904]. 

— Obituary. 27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 611 [1904]. 

— Memorial services for. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 

235, 243 [1904]. 

— Memorial. [E. B. McCagg] 37 Chic. Leg. 

N. 342 [1905]. 

Jiu-jitsu for the police. [Tighe Hopldns] 
118 L. T. 457 [1905]. 

Jolinson, Jolin G., an office boy who be- 
came America's leading lawyer. [Guy 
T. Viskniski] 15 Am. Leg. N. 266 [1904]. 

Johnston, E. F. B., Q. C. Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 36 Can. L. J. 
321 [1900]. 

Johnston, Minor K. [1866-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 89 [1899]. 

Joint deposits and payment to survivor. 
23 Bank. L. J. 361 [1906]. 

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. 

Canada Companies act, 1902. [Cliarles M. 
Holt] 2 Can. L. Rev. 71 [1902]. 

Dominion and Provincial companies. [F. 
H. BeU] 38 Can. L. J. 740 [1902]. 

Joint stock corporations law. [Joseph 
Bawden] 3 Can. L. Rev. 147 [1904]. 

Minority shareholders in joint stock com- 
panies. [Frank Hod^ins] '38 Can. L. 
J. 179 [1902]. 

Jones, Leonard A. [1832-1909.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 41 Am. L. 
Rev. Ill [1907]. 

Jones, Lodowicic H. [1876-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
89 [1899]. 



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199 



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Jones, Nathaniel, C. J. An old story re- 
told. [WUliam Nelson] 23 N. J. L. J. 
299 [1900]. 

Jones, S.Twent3rman. [1849-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 20 S. A. L. J. 341 [1903]. 

Jones, Walter. [1775-1861.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. [Joseph Packard] 
7 Va. L. Reg. 233 [1901]. 

JUDGES. 

Absent-mindedness on the bench and at the 

bar in Ireland. 12 Green Bag, 09 [1900]. 
Advisory opinions of the judges of England. 

[Van Vechten Veeder] 13 Harv. L. 

Rev. 358 [1900]. 
The agency of the bar and the bench in mak- 
ing and developing the written and the 

unwritten law. [F. J. Didunan] 40 

Ohio L. B. 105 [1898.] 
The alleged overmanning of the Irish judicial 

bench. 32 Ir. L. T. 279 [1898]. 
The American judiciary. [Everett P. 

Wheeler] 18 Green Bag, 14 [1906]. 
The anomalous position of the Lord Chan- 
cellor. [R. J. Sugden] 119 L. T. 538 

[1905]. 
Appointment of justices. 122 L. T. 228 

[1907]. 
Assailing the judiciary. [H. Gerald Chapin] 

15 Am. Uw. 523 [1907]. 
The bench and bar in France. [Erasmus 

Darwin Parker] 24 Law Mag. and Rev. 

431 [1899]. 
The bench and bar in the middle ages. 106 

L. T. 368 [1899]. 
The bench during Charles the Second's 

reign. 104 L. T. 108 [1897]. 
Bias in a judge. 42 Sol. J. 195 [1898]. 
The boss and the bench. [Charles H. 

Hartshome] 23 N. J. L. J. 135 [1900]. 
The compensation of judges. [A. A. White] 

64 Alb. L. J. 241 [1902]. 
A competitive judiciary. [Charles W. 

Morris] 1 Ind. L. J. 54 [1898]. 
Conflicts between bench and bar. 33 Ir. 

L. T. 417 [1899]. 
County court judges and their jurisdiction. 

[Ernest Bowen-Rowlands] 18 Law Q. 

Rev. 237 [1902]. 
Court and bar of colonial Virginia. [Bushrod 

C. Washington] 12 Green Bag, 470 

[1900]. 
Court V, the mob. [Edwin Mazey] 40 Am. 

L. Rev. 864 [1906]. 



Criticism of the judiciary. 8 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 306 [1904]. 

Disqualification of justices by bias. 62 J. P. 
66 [1898]. 

District judgeships in India. 107 L. T. 29 
[1899]. 

Duties of bench and bar. [William A. 

Morgan] 33 Chic. Leg. N. 433; 5 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 29 [1901]. 
Duty of the bench to the bar. [A. W. 

Hutton] 40 Am. L. Rev. 855 [1906]. 
An elective j udidary — its defects. [William 

Travers Jerome] 11 Am. Law. 288 

[1903]. 
Election of federal judges. [Frederick 

Bausman] 37 Am. L. Rev. 886 [1903]. 
The election of federal judges by the people. 

[Walter Clark] 67 Alb. L. J. 235 [1905]; 

12 Bar. 19 [Nov. 1905]. 
The English and Scotch judiciary. 22 S. A. 

L. J. 61 [1905]. 
English judges and Hindu law. [W. C. 

Petheram] 14 Law Q. Rev. 392. 15 do. 

173 [1898-99]; 16 do. 77, 392 [1900]. 
Ethics of bench and bar. [T* F. Jones] 1 

So. L. Rev. 763 [1902]. 
The evolution of judicial opinion. [Emlin 

McClain] 36 Am. L. Rev. 801; 10 Am. 

Uw. 386 [1902]; 114 L. T. 179. 198. 

217 [1902-3]; 2 Can. L. Rev. 269. 348 

[1903]. 
Federal judiciary. [Stephen H. Allen] 7 

Am. Law. 97- [1899]; 5 Kan. Law. 30 

[Mar.-Apr. 1899]. 
From the cook's galley to the judicial bench. 

59 Alb. L. J. 151 [1899]. 
The function of the judiciary. [Percy 

Bordwell] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 337. 520 

[1907]. 
Great criminal judges. [£. B. Bowen* 

Rowlands] 2 Can. L. Rev. 461 [1903]. 
The humorest of the American bench. 8 

Uw Notes [N. Y.] 286 [1904]. 
The ideal judge. [Walter S. Mills] 4 Okla. 

L. Jnl. 67 [1905]. 
Immorality on the judicial bench. [T. Crisp 

Poole] 16 Med. Leg. J. 158 [1898]. 
Independence of the Federal judiciary. 

[Hannis Taylor] 40 Am. L. Rev. 481; 

39 Chic. Leg. N. 12 [1906]. 
Independence of the judiciary. [Judson 

Harmon] 14 Am. Law. 391 [1906]; 13 

Bar, 27 [Oct. 1906]. 



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200 



JUDGES 



The independence of the judiciary. [John 
Woodward] 64 Alb. L. J. 172; 36 Am. 
L. Rev. 349; 2 Can. L. Rev. 106; 6 
Uw Notes [N. Y.l 43; 113 L. T. 501 
[1902]; [Martin W. Littleton] 65 Alb. 
L. J. 35 [1903]. 

The influence of the bar in the selection of 
judges throughout the United States. 
[Simon Fleisclunann] 13 Am. Law. 165, 
199; 39 Am. L. Rev. 348; Extract 3 
Okla. L. J. 305; 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 
31 [1905]. 

Irish judges in 1739. 3 N. Ir. Jur. 192 [1903]. 
Jobs for judges. [Jolin S. Ewart] 23 Can. 
L. T. 363 [1903]. 

Judge and lawyer. [T- C. Giannini] 24 
Law Mag. and Rev. 81 [1898]. 

The judge as a political factor. [Andrew 
Alexander Bruce] 19 Green Bag, 663 
[1907]. 

Judge-made law. [A. H. F. Lefroy] 20 Law 
JQ. Rev. 399 [1904]. 

Judges. [Robert S. Taylor] 4 Law Notes 
[N. v.] Ill [1900]. 

Judges as candidates. [Robert McMurdy] 

66 Alb. L. J. 335 [1904]. 
Judges elected to become prisoners. 59 Alb. 

L. J. 486 [1899]. 
Judges in the olden time. 12 Green Bag, 489 

[1900]. 
A judge's life in India. [Eustace J. Kitts] 

19 Uw Q. Rev. 423 [1903]. 
The judges' mentor. 43 Sol. J. 492 [1899]. 

The judges' salaries. [R. D. McGibtion] 4 

Can. L. Rev. 320 [1905]. 
Judges as candidates. [Robert McMurdy] 

12 Bar, 26 [Jan. 1905]. 
Judges in the olden time. 34 Ir. L. T. 436 

[1900]. 

Judicial administration. [C. B. Grant] 52 
Ohio L. B. 340 [1907]. 

Judicial bias. [WiU. C. Smith] 15 Jurid. 
Rev. 231 [1903]. 

Judicial centralization. [L. H. Pool] 11 
Yale L. J. 246 [1902]. 

Judicial costume in England. [J. Ferguson 

Walker] 12 Green Bag, 614 [1900]. 
Judicial discretion. 40 Ir. L. T. 193 [1906]. 

Judicial effervescences — The Kansas variety. 
[Jno. G. Steffee] 36 Am. L. Rev. 233 

[1902] 



Judicial experiences on the Gold Coast. 
[A. P. Bushe] 2 N. Ir. Jur. 182, 188, 216 
[1902]. 

Judicial independence. [W. R. Day] 45 
Ohio L. B. 123 [1901]. 

Judicial injustice. 67 Alb. L. J. 53 [1905]. 
Judicial liability. [W. W. Lucas] 32 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 417; [Aleiander Taylor] 

19 Jurid. Rev. 281 [1907]. 

Judicial manners. [Ira Jewell Williams] 19 

Green Bag, 285 [1907]. 
Judicial oath in ancient Ireland. [Josepli 

M. SuUivan] 14 Green Bag, 85 [1902]. 
Judicial power and interstate claims. [P. 

McM. Glynn] 2 Com. L. Rev. 241 

[1905]. 
Judicial precedent. 6 Law Notes, N. Y., 117 

[1902]. 
Judicial preferment as a reward for political 

services. 122 L. T. 368 [1907J. 

Judicial purity. [D. C. Lee] 7 Bar, 57 [1900]. 
Judicial salaries. 13 Green Bag, 12 [1901]. 
Judicial salaries in Virginia. 11 Va. L. Reg. 

642 [1905]. 
Judicial sentences, and the habitual criminal. 

[Charles Hamilton Bromby] 14 Law 

Q. Rev. 154 [1898]. 
The judicial usurpation of power. [Camm 

Patteson] 10 Va. L. Reg. 855 [1905]. 

The judiciary. [Wm. Burnet Wright, Jr.] 

11 Yale L. J. 399 [1902]. 
Judiciary and public sentiment. [Edward J. 

White] 15 Am. Uw. 219 [1907]. 
Judiciary immune to corporation influence. 

66 Alb. L. J. 349 [1904]. 
Judiciary of America. [P. B. McLennan] 

63 Alb. L. J. 139 [1901]. 

Justices of Supreme Court; instances of resig- 
nations from the bench. [B. H. Loucks] 
27 Wash. L. R. 237 [1899]. 

The lawyer and the judge. [Charles Alston 
Cook] 2 N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 499 [1905]. 

Legislation and judicial decision. [Marcus 
P. Knowlton] 11 Yale L. J. 95 [1901]. 

Legitimate functions of judge-made law. 
[Hannis Taylor] 17 Green Bag, 557 
[1905]; 14 Am. Uw. 400 [1906]. 

Misconduct of the bench as reversible error. 

[William A. Purrington] 5 Bench and 

•Bar, N. Y., 10 [1906]. 
Mistaken generosity to a judge. 61 Alb. L. J. 

107 [1900]. 



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201 



JUDGMENTS 



Must justices be resworn? 45 Sol. J. 252 
[19011. 

The new Philippine judiciary. [Lebbeus R. 
Wilfley] 49 Ohio L. B. 404 [1904]. 

Nisi prius judges in silk gowns. 33 Am. L. 

Rev. 120 [1899]. 
Number of judges in different countries. 

[John Macdonnell] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 

51 [1902]. 
Of interest as a disqualification in judges. 

[R. P. Lamond] 23 Scot. L. Rev. 152 

[1907]. 
The opinions of the court. [Charles Cavemo] 

37 Am. L. Rev. 20 [1903]. 

Organized wealth and the judiciary. [David 
J. Brewer] 37 Chic. Leg. N. 16, 137; 
12 Am. Law. 383 [1904]. 

Politness on the bench. [John DeMor^an] 
15 Green Bag. 113 [1903]. 

Professional courtesy toward the bench. 
[Henry Bischoff , Jr.] 2 Brief, 259 [1900]. 

Progress of the judicial system of Japan. 
[T. Okamura] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 46 [1899]. 

The province of the judge and of the jury. 
[G. Glover Alexander] 31 Law Mag. 
and Rev. 1, 184, 289, 451; 32 do. 72 
[1905-6]. 

The qualifications of assistant resident magis- 
trates. 22 S. A. L. J. 186 [1905]. 

Queen Victoria's chancellors. [Tighe Hop- 
kins] 121 L. T. 166 [1906]. 

Road and bench. 15 Cape L. J. 94 [1898]. 

Recollections of the bench and bar in Central 
Ohio forty years ago. [Martin Wellcer] 
4 West. Res. L. J. 57 [1898]. 

Reform in the judiciary. [J. C. Hamilton] 

38 Can. L. J. 142 [1902]. 

The relation of judges to grand juries. [J. 
B. Mackenzie] 40 Can. L. J. 255 [1904]. 

Relation of the bench and bar. [W. Z. 

Davis] 62 Alb. L. J. 292; 42 Ohio L. B. 

120 [1900]. 
Relation of the federal and the state judiciary 

to each other. [Horace H. Lurton] 1 

Mich. L. Rev. 169 [1902]. 
Repartee on the bench. 104 L. T. 412 [1898]. 
Rise of Federal judicial supremacy in the 

United States. [Thomas Kilby Smith] 

46 Am. L. Reg. 621. 688 [1898]. 
Retired judges. [John Hosldn] 14 Can. L. 

Rev. 558; 5 do. 18 [1905-6]. 
Retired judges returning to practice. 25 Can. 

L. T. 577 [1905]. 



Salaries of judges and the income tax law 
of 1901. [A. B. Andrews, Jr.] 2 N. C. 
L. J. 120 [1901]. 

Scotch judges one hundred years ago. 5 
Uw Notes [N. Y.) 107 [1901]. 

Some literary judges. [Manfred Nathan] 
21 S. A. L. J. 224; 3 Can. L. Rev. 518 
[1904]. 

Some recent attacks on the American doc- 
trine of judicial power. [William 
M. Mei^] 40 Am. L. Rev. 641 [1906]. 

Some specimens of judicial reasoning. [Jos. 
McCabe] 62 Alb. L. J. 24 [1900]. 

Southern judiciary and slavery. [Albert W. 

Gaines] 11 Green Bag, 61 [1899]. 
The stipendary question. 18 Scot. L. Rev. 

219, 245 [1902]. 
Supremacy of the judiciary under the con- 
stitution of the United States, and under 

the constitution of the Commonwealth 

of Australia. [A. Inglis Clark] 17 Harv. 

L. Rev. 1 [1903]. 
"Swear- words" on the judicial bench. 113 

L. T. 244 [1902). 
Tenure of judicial office. 13 Harv. L. Rev. 

1 [1899]. 
Training of district judges in India. [£. J. 

Trevelyan] 17 Law Q. Rev. 77 [1901). 
Trial by judge and jury. [Henry Clay Cald- 

weU] 33 Am. L. Rev. 321; 60 Alb. L. J. 

39, 55 [1899]; 8 Am. Uw. 8 [1900]; 6 

Kan. Law. 5 [Nov. 1899]. 
The trial judge. [William Z. Davis] 49 

Ohio L. B. 320 [1904]. 
Two types of judicial opinion. 60 Alb. L. J. 

76 [1899]. 
Unanimity of judicial opinion. 8 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 284 [1904]. 
A uniform judicial practice. [Cliarles C. 

Bonney] 36 Am: L. Rev. 401 [1902]. 
What a judge should be. [Henry Wollman] 

18 Med. Leg. J. 317 [1900]. 
Wit and wisdom of bench and bar. [Edmund 

G. Kaye] 24 Can. L. T. 68 [1904]. 

Judicial liistory of individual liberty. [Van 
Vecliten Veeder] 16 Green Bag, 23, 
101, 177, 247, 317, 395, 471. 529, 591, 673 
725 [1904]. 

JUDGMENTS. 

Advisory opinions of the judges of England. 
[Van Vecliten Veeder] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 
358 [1900]. 



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JUDGMENTS 



Code of Civil Procedure. S. 257 A. [India.] 
[S. Duraiswami Aiyandar] 17 Mad.* 
L. J. 175 [1907]. 

The collateral attack of judgments. [W. B. 
Martindfde] 52 Cent. L. J. 420 [1901]. 

Collateral attacks based on irregularities. 
[JohnR. Flood]! Mich. L. Rev. 64[1903]. 

Committal orders under the Debtor act. 
38 Ir. L. T. 45 [1904]. 

Conclusiveness of a domestic judgment as 
affected by the rank of the court which 
rendered it. [Arthur M. Alger] 33 Am. 
L. Rev. 665 [1899]. 

Conflicting judgments in the Inner House. 
[John Chisholm] 13 Scot. L. T. 18, 25, 
38, 42, 51 [1905]. 

Consent judgments. 108 L. T. 338 [1900]. 

Death of a party pending a curia advisari 
vult: entering judgment nunc pro tunc, 
[Sarat Chandra Banerjee] 5 Cal. L. 
J. 5 [1907]. 

Declaratory judgments or orders. 115 L. T. 
365 [1903]. 

Decrees by default in civil bill courts in Ire- 
land. [R. P. Carton] 37 Ir. L. T. 110; 
3 N. Ir. Jur. 117, 125 [1903]. 

Dissentient judgments. 62 J. P. 131 [1898]. 

Docketing judgments in favor of the Common- 
wealth [Virginia]. [Henry Roberts] 7 
Va. L. Reg. 817 [1902]. 

Enforcement of foreign judgment in Ameri- 
can courts. (Wm. Seton Gordon] 35 
Can. L. J. 474 [1899]. 

Effect of absolute order for sale in Land 
Judge's court — conversion. 33 Ir. L. T. 
389 [1899]. 

Enforcement of South African judgments in 
England. [W. A. Bum] 21 S. A. L. J. 24 
[1904]. 

Finality of decrees. [W. W. Leammonth] 
19 Jurid. Rev. 70 [1907]. 

Foreign judgments. 113 L. T. 76 [1902]. 

History of the adoption of Art. IV, Sec. I 
(Constitution), and its effects on judg- 
ments. [George P. Costigan, Jr.] 4 
Colum. L. Rev. 470 [1904]. 

The House of Lords and the practice to final 
judgment. 36 Ir. L. T. 1 [1902]. 

How judgments are affected by the "full 
faith and credit" section of the United 
States Constitution and the Acts of 
Congress of May 26, 1790, and March 
27, 1804. [George P. Coetigan, Jr.] 
38 Am. L. Rev. 350 [1904]. 



Interest and small debt and debts recovery 

decrees. [W. P. M. Black] 13 Scot. 

L. Rev. 145 [1897]. 
Judgmentsin chambers. 25 Can. L. T. 37 1 [1905]. 
Judgments in default for damages. 45 Sol. 

J. 648 [1901]. 
Judgments obtained by fraud. 105 L. T. 

123 [1898]. 
Lien of a judgment as to purchasers without 

notice. [George Bryan] 7 Va. L. Reg. 

830 [1902]. 
Judicial discretion as to summary judgment. 

[Aleiander MacGregor] 39 Can. L. J. 

259 [1903]. 
Life of a judgment of a federal court, in 

favor of the United States. [Chapman 

W. Maupin] 51 Cent. L. J. 343 [1900]. 
Life of judgments of justices of the peace. 

[Samuel R. Church] 26 Wash. L. R. 

362 tl898]. 
The new County Court rules — judgment 

against married women. 50 Sol. J. 460 

[1906]. 
Notice of judgment under section 7 of the 

Land act of 1887 — Heath v. CuUen. 

36 If. L. T. 269 [1902]. 
Of the satisfaction of judgments by one jointly 

liable thereunder. [Samuel H. Clay- 
ton] 48 Cent. L. J. 270 [189&]. 
Proceedings by which the collection of a 

judgment may be enforced in Illinois. 

[Jamee C. McMath] 1 111. L. Rev. 157 

[1906]. 
Reversal of judgment: interest on money 

ordered to be repaid. [J. K. F. Cleave] 

28 Law Mag. and Rev. 48 [1902]. 
Reversal of judgment on appellee's failure to 

file brief. [Arthur Malcom Cox] 1 111. 

L. Rev. 537 [1906]. 
Some judgments — how to enforce them. 

1 N. C. L. J. 259 [1900]. 
The structure of interlocutors. [J. M. Lee«] 

13 Scot. L. Rev. 29, 63, 95 [1897]. 
Summary judgment after appearance to 

specially indorsed writ. [Alexander 

MacGregor] 39 Can. L. J. 545 [1903]. 
To what extent should judicial action by 

courts of a foreign nation be recognized? 

[Mr. Justice Kennedy] 6 J. Comp. 

Leg. 106 [1906]. 
Validity of judgments rendered in a foreign 

state, without personal service or sum- 
mons. [W. C. Rogers] 51 Cent. L. J. 

265 [1900]. 



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The working of the judgments extension acts 
in Scotland. 17 Scot. L. Rev. 319 [1901]. 

Judicial separation. 
England. [Edward Manaon] 6 J. Comp. 

Leg. 147 [1906). 
Germany. [Julius Hirschfeld] 6 J. 

Comp. Leg. 152 [1906). 
Italy. [R. W. Lee and R. G. Corbet] 6 

J. Comp. Leg. 156 [1906]. 
Scotland. [James S. Henderson] 6 J. 
Comp. Leg. 156 [1906]. 
Judicial sjTStem of British colonies. [R. H. 

Amot] 16 Yale L. J. 504 [1907]. 
Judicial system of France. [Lawrence 

IrweU] 14 Green Bag, 527 [1902]. 
Jung, Ed¥^ard L. [1874-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 90 
[1899]. 

JURISDICTION. 

Ancilliary jurisdiction of federal courts of 

equity. [W. A. WimtHsh] 10 Am. Law. 

106 [1902]. 
Appellate jurisdiction. [Everett P. Wheeler] 

7 Colum. L. Rev. 248 [1907]. 
Appellate jurisdiction of the House of Lords. 

[Thomas Seven] 17 Law Q^ Rev. 155, 

357 [1901]. 
Claims of territorial jurisdiction in wide 

bays. [A. H. Charteris] 16 Yale L. J. 

471 [1907]. 
The concurrent jurisdiction of borough and 

county justices. 71 J. P. 51 [1907]. 
County court judges and jurisdiction. 38 L. 

J. 7 [1903]. 
Development of the jurisdiction of the 

County Courts. [G. Pitt-Lewis] 110 

L. T. 45 [1900]. 
Extending Justices' civil jurisdiction. [J. E. 

PengeUy] 115 L. T. 551 [1903]. 
Ex-territorial legislation and jurisdiction. 

12 Green Bag, 110 [1900]. 
Extra-territorial jurisdiction. [W. H. True- 
man] 19 Can. L. T. 185 [1899]. 
Extra-territorial jurisdiction — a curious con- 
tempt of court question in Siam. 106 

L. T. 120 [1898]. 
Extra-territorial jurisdiction in China. [Gus- 

tavus Ohlinger] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 340 

[1906]. 
Extra-territorial jurisdiction in Hong-Kong. 

[A. M. Latter] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 67 [1902]. 

Federal jurisdiction in equity. [Sesrmour 
D. Thompson] 12 Green Bag, 119 [1900]. 



Federal j urisdiction of state courts. [Andrew 
I. Clark] 6 Com. L. Rev. 49 [1908]. 

Federal jurisdiction of stockholders' suits on 
the ground of diverse citizenship. 
[William B. Hale] 1 Bench and Bar, 
N. Y., 102 [1905]. 

General limits of sununary jurisdiction. 65 

J. P. 466 [1901]. 
Grounds of criminal jurisdiction. [M. A. 

Tirunarayanachari] 8 Mad. L. J. 110 

[1898]. 
History of our law of arrest to found juris- 
diction. [Johannes W. Wessels] 24 

S. A. L. J. 390 [1907). 
How far will consent give jurisdiction in the 

county court? 35 Ir. L. T. 207 [1901]. 
Jurisdiction. 4 Okla. L. Jnl. 329 [1906]. 
Jurisdiction by consent in the County Court. 

43 Sol. J. 453 [1899]. 
Jurisdiction founded on domidl. [W. -W. 

Vickers] 19 Can. L. T. 285 [1899]. 
Jurisdiction in actions between foreigners. 

[A. PiUet] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 325 [1905]. 

Jurisdiction of County Court judges to com- 
mit for nonpayment of penalties. 115 
L. T. 396 [1903]. 

The jurisdiction of federal courts in actions 
in which corporations are parties. [Ja- 
cob Trieber] 13 Am. Law. 477 [1905]. 

Jurisdiction of inferior courts in actions for 
liquidated demands. [M. J. Gorman] 
22 Can. L. T. 419 [1902]. 

Jurisdiction of the Charity Commissioners. 
123 L. J. 315 [1907]. 

Jurisdiction of the courts of one state over an 
act of bigamy committed in another 
state. [H. M. Hanson] 62 Cent. L. J. 
216 [1906]. 

The jurisdiction of the privy council. [Sir 
Frederick Pollcok] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 
330 [1906]. 

The jurisdiction of the United States over 
seditious libel. [Henry Wolf Bikl6] 50 
Am. L. Reg. 1 [1902]. 

Jurisdiction over foreign corporations. [Ed* 
ward Ouinton Keasb^] 12 Harv. L. 
Rev. 1 [1898]. 

Jurisdiction over non-residents in personal 
actions. [£dward Q. Keasbey] 5 
Colum. L. Rev. 436 [1905]. 

Jurisdiction over the main body of the Ohio 
river. [Hardin H. Herr] 53 Cent. L. 
J. 142 [1901]. 



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Jurisdiction ratione contractus, [M. L. H. 
KirkwaU] 9 Scot. L. T. 34 [1001]. 

Jurisdiction ratione originis. [George Dun* 
can] 17 Jurid. Rev. 250 [1905]. 

The jurisdiction to sanction conversion of 
businesses. 47 Sol. J. 271 [1903]. 

Kathiawar jurisdiction cases. [A. C. Lsrall] 
22 Uw Q. Rev. 246 [1906]. 

Legalliability of the executive. [W.Hanison 
Moore] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 282 [1904]. 

The legality of contracts affecting the juris- 
diction of courts. [Glenda Burke 
Slaymaker] 58 Cent. L. J. 64 [1904]. 

Life insurance and other contracts: where 
jurisdiction resides, and how far affected 
by the laws of other provinces. [Frank 
E. Hod^ins] 23 Can. L. T. 1 [1903]. 

The limits of preventative jurisdiction 
[Scotland]. [George Duncan] 21 Scot. 
L. Rev. 59 [1905]. 

Municipal court rotation as affecting juris- 
diction and practice. [George F. Lang- 
bein] 6 Bench and Bar. N. Y., 16 [1906]. 

The North Sea outrage. 68 J. P. 529 [1904]. 

A question of jurisdiction. [Henry Buma 
Geer] 14 Green Bag, 548 [1902]. 

The power of the court to reduce damages to a 
fixed sum. 49 Sol. J. 428 [1905]. 

The true meaning of the term jurisdiction. 
[John W. WaUh] 49 Am. L. Reg. 346 
[1901]. 

Reconvention as a ground of jurisdiction. 
[George Duncan] 19 Jurid. Rev. 119 
[1907]. 

Residence as a test of jurisdiction. [C. J. 
Ingram] 23 S. A. L. J. 34 [1906]. 

Suits for mesne-profits and jurisdiction of 
small cause courts. [£. Reuben] 9 
Bom. L. Rep. 63 [1907]. 

Summary jurisdiction in Belfast. [F. A. 
SIom] 3 N. Ir. Jur. 187 [1903]. 

What may justices do on Sunday. 63 J. P. 
755 [1899]. 

JURISPRUDENCE. 

The advance in law. 60 Alb. L. J. 9 [1899]. 

The agency of the bar and the bench in making 
and developing the written and the un- 
written law. [F. J. Didunan] 40 Ohio 
L. B. 105 [1898]. 

Alfred the Great and his relation to the law. 
[J. C. McRae] 2 N. C. L. J. 261 [1902]. 

Ancient Brehon laws of Ireland. [M.J. Gor- 
man] 20 Can. L. J. 127 [1900]. 



Ancient jus gentium of the Aryans. [W. H. 
Rattigan] 15 Law Q. Rev. 303 [1899]. 

Ancient law in modem life. [F. P. Walton] 
7 Rev. Leg. 1; 13 Green Bag, 384 [1901]. 

The antiquity of law. [U. M. Rose] 2 Can. 
L. Rev. 53 [1902]. 

Athenian lawsuits. [A. H. Nelson] 12 
Green Bag. 479; 109 L. T. 477 [1900]. 

Basis of case-law. [A. H. F. Lefroy] 22 
Uw Q. Rev. 293, 416 [1906]. 

Bonus jurista malus ckrista, [Courtney 
Kenny] 19 Law Q. Rev. 326 [1903]. 

The Booth case — a chapter from the judicial 
history of Wisconsin. * [John B. Wins- 
low] 13 Am. Uw. 275, 343 [1905]. 

Can a court of equity circumvent the law? 

[Joseph M. SulUvan] 68 Alb. L. J. 37 

[1906]. 
Case law. [F. Cooper] 9 Bom. L. Rep. 57 

[1907]. 
Centralization and the law. [Harvey N. 

Shepard] 18 Green Bag, 88 [1906]. 

Century of "Ju^^g^-made" law. [William 
B. Homblower] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 453 
[1907]. 

Century's progress in the law. [Joseph R. 
Lamar] 1 So. L. Rev. 31 [1901]. 

Certainty and justice. pPrederic R. Coudert] 

14 Yale L. J. 361 [1905]. 

Changes in the law and in the position and 
requirements of the legal profession 
during the last sixty years. [Lord Low] 
14 Scot. L. Rev. 1 [1898]. 

Chinese jurisprudence. [Wu Fin^^Fang] 

63 Alb. L. J. 49; 35 Am. L. Rev. 343; 

1 So. L. Rev. 271; 111 L. T. 256. 278 

[1901]. 
Classification of rights and wrongs. [C. C. 

Ungdell] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 537. 659 

[1900]. 
Codification of mercantile law. [M. D. 

Chalmers] 2 Can. L. Rev. 146 [1903]. 

Common and uncommon law. [Francis E. 
Baker] 47 Ohio L. B. 352 [1902]. 

Common law and statute law. [Sir Cour- 
tenay Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 407 [1899]. 

Common law in federal jurispurdence. 
[Thomas Dent] 61 Cent. L. J. 123 
[1905]. 

Competition and the law. [Bruce Wyman] 
1 Can. L. Rev. 297 [1902]. 



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Competitive justice. [Joseph A. Mintum] 

1 Ind. L. J. 107 [18981. 

Concerning the scope of jurisprudence. 
[Clifford Thome] 35 Am. L. Rev. 546; 
1 Can. L. Rev. 28; 111 L. T. 429 [19011. 

Conformity of legal decisions to ethical 
standards of right. [Aim GroTer Tib- 
betts] 40 Am. L. Rev. 391; 6 Can. 
L. Rev. 141. 168; 121 L. T. 440 [19061. 

The congestion of law. [Alton B. Parker] 
18 Green Bag. 537; 122 L. T. 209 
[1906]. 

Consideration of a German vie^ of Ameri- 
cans as law-builders. [Fred. Brasted] 15 
Am. Uw. 256 [1907]. 

Correction of the law. [Clifford Thorn] 33 
Am. L. Rev. 522; 108 L. T. 135, 156 

[1899]. 

Custom and origin of law. 17 Mad. L. J. 
81 [1907]. 

Customary law in modem England. [W. 
Jethro Brown] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 561 
[1905]. 

The customs of Ragusa. [P. Vinogradoff] 
21 Law Q. Rev. 179 [1905]. 

Defective administration of the law. [Linton 
D. Landnim] 64 Alb. L. J. 285 [1902]. 

Definition of law. [Melville M. Bigelow] 
5 Colum. L. Rev. 1 [1905]. 

Development of jurisprudence during the 
past century. [Joseph H. Beale, Jr.] 
18 Harv. L. Rev. 271 [1905]. 

Development of law during the middle ages, 
especially in France and England. [Geo. 
D. Ferftueon] 63 Alb. L. J. 419 [1901]; 
1 Can. L. Rev. 200. 247 [1902]. 

Development of law in Spain and her colonies. 
[William Win Howe] 60 Alb. L. J. 101 
[1899]. 

The development of laws. [Henry H. 
Brown] 10 Jurid. Rev. 324 [1898]. 

The development of the law. [George 
Rountree] 1 N. C. L. J. 155 [1900]. 

The disregard of law. [Alphonse T. Clear- 
water] 68 Alb. L. J. 82; 14 Am. Law. 
154; 38 Chic. Leg. N. 312, 321 [1906]. 

Da we need a philosophy of law? [Roscoe 
Pound] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 339 [1905]. 

Doctors versus law. [Wm. Arch. McClean] 
13 Green Bag. 346 [1901]. 



The domain of the written law. [Isaac 
Franklin Russell] 4 Law Notes [N. Y.] 
89; 8 Am. Uw. 303 [1900]. 

Early Slavonic law. [Mazime Kovalevsky] 
19 Uw Q. Rev. 76 [1903]. 

Economic forces and municipal law. [Mel- 
ville M. Bigelow] 41 Am. L. Rev. 27 

[1907]. 

The effect of the imitative instinct on the 
Common Uw. [William M. Blatt] 
37 Am. L. Rev. 892 [1903]. 

The enforcement of administrative law. 
[W. Harrison Moore] 1 Com. L. Rev. 
13 [1903]. 

English and Roman law. [Geo. S. Holme- 
sted] 43 Can. L. J. 41 [1907]. 

'Enumerated motions." a curiosity of legal 
literature. [Theodore F. C. Denuirest] 

65 Alb. L. J. 216 [1903]. 

The evolution of judicial opinion. [Emlin 
McClain] 36 Am. L. Rev. 801; 10 
Am. Uw. 386 [1902]; 114 L. T. 179, 
198, 217 [1902-3]; 2 Can. L. Rev. 269, 
348 [1903]. 

Evolution of law. 1 13 L. T. 160 [1902]. 

Evolution of the law by judicial decision. 
[Robert G. Street] 14 Am. Uw. 490. 
554 [1906]. 

Fashions in the law. [Sesrmour D. Thomp- 
son] 11 Green Bag, 487 [1899]. 

Faults that weaken the law. 60 Alb. L. J. 
254 [1899]. 

Fifteen decisive battles of the law. [Ernest 
A. Jelf.] Introduction. Ill L. T. 368 
[1901]. 
L Ashay and White. Ill L. T. 391 [1901]. 

II. Mitchell and Reynolds. Ill L. T. 550 
[1901]. 

III. Keech and Sandford. 112 L. T. 12 
[1901]. 

IV. Ward and Turner. 112 L. T. 178 
[1901]. 

V. Dovaston and Payne. 112 L. T. 216 

[1902]. 

VI. Williams and the East India Com- 
pany. 112 L. T. 432 [1902]. 

VII. Butterfield and Forrester. 112 L.T. 
501 [1902]. 

VIII. Addison and Gandassequi. 113 L. T. 
135 [1902]. 

IX. Hadley and Baxendale. 113 L.T. 244 
[1902]. 



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X. Limpus and the London General Om- 

nibus Company. 113 L. T. 266 [1902]. 

XI. Jones and Just. 113 L. T. 395 [1902]. 

XII. Mersey Steel Company and Nay lor. 
113 L. T. 517 [1902]. 

XIII. Queen and Tolson. 114L.T.35[1902]. 

XIV. Derby and Peek. 114 L. T. 128 
[1902]. 

XV. Allen and Flood. 114 L. T. 236 
[1903]. Conclusion — Sunmiary. 114 
L. T. 291 [1903). 

Foolishness of the wise. [Willis B. Dowd] 

65 Alb. L. J. 135 [1903]. 

The foundations of justice. [Sir Frederick 
PoUock] 3 Can. L. Rev. 2 [1904]. 

The golden age of law. 24 Law Mag. and 
Rev. 440; 11 Green Bag, 557 [1899]. 

The growth, aggressiveness, and permanent 
character of Anglo-Saxon laws and 
institutions. [Albert W. Gaines] 40 Am. 
L. Rev. 694 [1906]. 

Historical development of the law. [George 
H. Smith] 38 Am. L. Rev. 801 [1904]. 

Historical sketch of Mohammedan juris- 
prudence. [Abdur Rahim] 7 Colum. 

L. Rev. 101, 186, 255 [1907]. 
History of comparative jurisprudence. [Sir 

Frederick Pollock] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 74 

[1903]. 
History of the law of nature: a preliminary 

study. [Sir Frederick Pollock] 2 J. 

Comp. Leg. 418; 3 do. 204 [1900-1901]; 

2 Colum. L. Rev. 131 [1902]. 
How far shall the justice and rights of the 

particular cause prevail over a strict 

application of established rules of law? 

[C. LaRue Munson] 13 Yale L. J. 124 

[1904]. 
How popular opinion modifies law. [Frank- 

Mii A. Beecher] 69 Alb. L. J. 167 

[1907]. 
How science modifies legal principles. 12 

Green Bag, 597 [1900]. 
The human interest of the law. [T. R. 

Huglies] 40 L. J. 284; 4 Can. L. Rev. 

419 [1905]. 
Ideals of our common law and how far they 

are realized. [Clarence DeWitt Rogers] 

69 Alb. L. J. 226 [1907]. 
The impossibility in law and fact. [Chas. 

W. McKinney] 40 Cent. L. J. 65 

[1900]. 



Individualism vs. law. (WiUiam H. Thomas] 
66 Alb. L. J. 374; 38 Am. L. Rev. 857; 
52 Am. L. Reg. 673 [1904]. 

The influence of America on jurisprudence. 
[Cliaries Andrews] 58 Alb. L. J. 6 
[1898]. 

Influence of national character and historical 
environment on the development of the 
common law. [James Bryce] 19 Green 
Bag, 569; 41 Am. L. Rev. 641; 8 J. 
Comp. Lc«. 203 [1907]. 

Interesting features of German law. [Rudolf 
Dulow] 113 L. T. 379; 1 So. L. Rev. 
823 [1902]. 

Inter-relation of contemporary English and 
American jurisprudence. [Edward O. 
Brown] 27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 528 [1903]. 

Is law a field for woman's work? [William 
P. Rogers] 24 N. J. L. J. 715 [1901]. 

Is law for the people or for the lawyers? 
[Alfred Emden] 1 Can. L. Rev. 14 [1901]. 

Is our jurisprudence growing better or worse? 

[I. W. Foltz) 39 Chic. Leg. N. 41 [1906]. 
Is the law too dear? [Frederick Dolman] 1 

Can. L. Rev. 65 [1901]. 
Is the law too dear? 36 Ir. L. T. 6 [1902]. 
Japanese law and jurisprudence. [A. H. 

Marsli] 38 Am. L. Rev. 209; 117 L. T. 

89 [1904]. 
Judge-made law. [A. M. Mackey] 2 Okla. 

L. J. 193 [1903]; [A. H. F. Lefroy] 20 

Law Q. Rev. 399; 3 Can. L. Rev. 602, 

673 [1904]. 
Judiciary law. 4 Natal L. Q. 208 [1905]. 
Jurisprudence of lawlessness. [Thomas J. 

Keman] 18 Green Bag, 588; 14 Am. 

Uw. 452 [1906]. 
King's justice in the early middle ages. [Sir 

Frederick Pollock] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 

227 [1898]. 
Law an expansive science. [Jolin C. Mahon] 

41 Am. L. Rev. 673; 124 L. T. 41 

[1907]. 
Law and fact. [Jabez Fox] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 

545 [1899]. 
Law and government. [W. Harrison Moore] 

3 Com. L. Rev. 205; 4 do. 49 [1906]. 
Law and human progress.* [Walter Clark] 

37 Am. L. Rev. 512 [1903]. 
Law and industrial inequality. [George W. 

Alger] 69 Alb. L. J. 121; 7 Brief, 1 

[1907]. 



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Law and lawyers {J. W. Clark] 7 Am. Law. 
9 [1899]. 

— [John F. PhUlps] 16 Green Bag, 433 11905]* 

— [BenJ. F. Hetfer] 3 Okla. L.J. 207 [1905]; 

7 Brief, 88 [1907]. 

Law and lawyers in modem fiction. [Otto 
Erickson] 61 Alb. L. J. 387 [1900]. 

Law and lawyers in quotations. [Theodore 
D. GottUeb] 28 N. L. L. J. 38 [1905]. 

Law and liberty. [Alfred Steckler] 4 Brief, 

259 [1903]. 
Law and literature. [A. E. Wilkinaon] 39 

Am. L. Rev. 204 [1905]. 

Law and logic. [Jabez Fox] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 

39; [James Bradley Thayer] 14 Harv. 

L. Rev. 139 [1900]. 
Law and its limitations. [G. Hay, Jr.] 

12 Harv. L. Rev. 545 [1899]. 

Law and justice. [C. A. Kent] 1 Mich. L. 

Rev. 343 [1903]. 
Law and reasonableness. [LeBaron B. Colt] 

65 Alb. L. J. 273; 37 Am. L. Rev. 657; 

7 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 148 [1903]. 

The law and the laborer. [Samuel R. Stem 

8 Am. Law. 13 [1900]. 

Law and the mob spirit. [John Woodward] 
65 Abl. L. J. 314 [1903]. 

The law as a career. [John DeWitt Warner] 
11 Am. Uw. 145 [1903]; 5 Brief. 113 
[1904]. 

Law as a culture study. [Edaon R. Sunder- 
land] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 179; 5 Can. L. 
Rev. 109 [1906]. 

Law as a science. [£. B. Klnkead] 50 Ohio 
L. B. 99 [1905]. 

Law as treated in fiction. [Allen R. Camp- 
beU] 14 Green Bag, 364 [1902]. 

Law French and French law. [D. R. Keys] 
2 Can. L. Rev. 541, 590 [1903]. 

Law in precept and practice. 59 Alb. L. J. 
243 [1899]. 

Law in the emblem writers. [James Wil- 
liams] 27 Law Mag. and Rev. 257; 
36 Am. L. Rev. 700 [1902]. 

Law in science and science in law. [Oliver 
Wendell Holmes] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 443 
[1899]; 2 Brief, 46, 105 [1899-1900]. 

Law of reason. [Sir Frederick Pollock] 
2 Mich. L. Rev. 159 [1903]. 

The law of South Africa. [Sir Henry 
DeViUiers] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 9 [1901]. 



Laws governing civil malpractice in the 
middle ages. [Charles Greene Cum- 
ston] 15 Green Bag, 409 [1903]. 

Legal antiquities. [Wyatt Paine]. 
L Deodands. 114 L. T. 84 [1902]. 
IL Outlawry. 114 L. T. 104 [1902]. 

III. Appeal of murder. 114 L. T. 152 
[1902]. 

IV. Trial by oideal. 114 L. T. 174 [1902]. 

V. Wager of battle. 114 L.T. 215 [1903]. 

VI. Jocular and infamous punishments. 
114 L. T. 479 [1903]. 

VIL Circuits. 114 L. T. 594 [1903]. 

VIII. Heresy and witchcraft. 115 L. T. 
35 [1903]. 

IX. The Old Bailey in the seventeenth 
century. 115 L. T. 85 [1903]. 

X. Obsolete capital punishments. 115 L. 
T. 127 [1903]. 

XI. An obsolete source of revenue — ^the 
Jews. 115 L. T. 180 [1903]. 

XII. The Court of Star Chamber. 115 L. 
T. 349 [1903]. 

XIIL Slavery. 115 L. T. 490 [1903]. 

XIV. Justices of the Peace in the olden 
time. 117 L. T. 201 [1904]. 

XV. Trial by jury. 117 L. T. 435 [1904]. 

XVI. Sumptuary laws. 117 L. T. 511 
[1904]. 

Legal history in the nineteenth century. 

[Edward Manson] 35 L. J. 42, 106, 220, 

370, 534, 610; 36 do. 28, 142, 302 [1900- 

1901]. 
Legal systems in England and America. 

[John J. 0*Connor] 64 Alb. L. J. 239 

[1902]. 
Legal wit and humor. 107 L. T. 455; 108 do. 

13 [1899]. 
Literature and the law. [Gilbert Ray 

Hawes] 11 Green Bag, 234; 59 Alb. L. J. 

386; 19 Nat. Corp. Rep. 507 [1899]; 

6 Kan. Law. 8 [Jan. 1900]; 4 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 212; 35 Ir. L. T. 101 [1901]. 

Literature in Blaclcstone. 104 L. T. 184 
[1897]; 32 Ir. L. T. 302 [1898]. 

The logic of law. [George T. Morice] 18 
S. A. L. J. 10 [1901]. 

Medicine and the law. 112 L. T. 360 [1902]. 

Merchants of the staple. [Spencer Brod- 
hurst] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 56 [1901]. 

The mysterious and humorous in law and 
medicine. [John Freeman Baker] 
64 Alb. L. J. 67 [1902]. 



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y 



Names and nature of the law. [John W. 
Salmond] 15 Uw Q. Rev. 367 [1899]. 

National law in the United States. 51 Sol. 
J. 243 [19071. 

Natural law. [Albert S. Thayer] 21 Law Q. 

Rev. 60 [1905]. 
The nature and province of positive law. 

[Charies Morse] 36 Am. L. Rev. 539 

[1902]. 
The nature of law. [Hugh Evander WiUis] 

2 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 66 [1907]. 
The need of a sociological jurisprudence. 

[Roscoe Pound] 19 Green Bag, 607 [1907]. 
A new problem of the law. [Arthur F. 

Gotthold] 15 Green Bag, 290 [1903]. 
Of the nature of jurisprudence and law. 

[George H. Smith] 38 Am. L. Rev. 68 

[1904]. 
Notes on Maine's Ancient Law. [Frederick 

PoUock] 21 Uw Q. Rev. 165, 273; 22 

do. 73 [1905-6]. 
Notes on the sources and development of the 

law of the Province of Quebec. [W. J. 

White] 34 Chic. Leg. N. 390 [1902]. 
Of the nature of rights and of the principles 

of right or jurisprudence. [George H. 

Smith] 40 Am. L. Rev. 58 [1906]. 
Old lawsuits and old monuments, stones, and 

lore. 105 L. T. 427 [1898]. 
On the origin and development of law. [John 

W. Simonton] 11 Yale L. J. 195 [1902]. 

Of the subject matter of jurisprudence* 

[George H. Smith] 39 Ami L. Rev. 531 

[1905]. 
On the study of comparative jurisprudence. 

[Edward Jenks] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 446 

[1900]. 
Opportunities of the law. [R. S. Taylor] 

1 Ind. L. J. 208 [1898]. 
Opportunity in the law. [Louis D. Brandeis) 

39 Am. L. Rev. 555 [1905]. 
Origin of our law. [Peter J. Hamilton] 

1 So. L. Rev. 397 [1901]. 
Origins of French Canadian law. [Geo. S. 

Holmested] 18 Uw Q. Rev. 178 [1902]. 
Overproduction of law. [Alfred C. Coxe] 

6 Colum. L. Rev. 102 [1906]. 
Popular opinion — how it modifies law. 

[Franklin A. Beecher] 69 Alb. L. J. 

167 [1907]» 
Primitive laws and their investigation. 

[Sir Jolin Macdonell] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 

104 [1907]. 



Progress of law. [Joseph W. Simonds] 7 

Law Notes [N. Y.] 7 [1903). 
Prologue to a history of English law. [F. W. 
Maitland] 14 Uw Q. Rev. 13 [1898]. 

The province of the law. [Carroll G. Walter] 
65 Alb. L. J. 171 [1903]; [Armstead 
Brown] 15 Am. Law. 430 [1907]. 

Public law and private law. [N. G. L. Child] 

17 Jurid. Rev: 30 [1905]. 
Quarter century in American jurisprudence. 

[Frederick N. Judson] 37 Am. L. Rev. 

481 [1903]. 
Queer laws of mediaeval Glasgow. [Wlllfam 

E. Johnson] 14 Green Bag, 416 [1902]. 

The reign of law. [Joseph W. Folk] 14 Am. 

Law. 12; 29 N. J. L. J. 69 [1906]. 
Relation of judicial decisions to the law. 

[Alexander Lincoln] 21 Harv. L. Rev. 

120 [1907]. 
The relation of public opinion to law. [Isaac 

N. PhiUips] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 134 [1905]. 

The relation of right to law. [Samuel 
Peterson] 8 Yale L. J. 33 [1898]. 

A relic of mediaeval crown practice. [Frank 
Arnold!] 1 Can. L. Rev. 480 [1902]. 

The rewards of the law. [William O. Inglis] 

1 Can. L. Rev. 40 [1901]. 
A rhapsody of antiquated law. [Margaret 

C. Klingelsmith] 52 Am. L. Reg. 755 

[1904]. 

Scientific study of the Mohammadan law. 
[W. H. Rattigan] 17 Law Q. Rev. 402 
[1901]. 

Sensational journalism and the law. [George 

W. Alger] 11 Am. Law. 237 [1903]. 
Seven in law. 62 J. P. 434 [1898]. 
Short studies in the comnion law. [A. Inglis 

Clark] I, II. 2 Com. L. Rev. 193, 250 

[1905]; IIL IV, Possession. 4 do. 245; 

5 do. 12 [1907]. 
Slave law episode. 6 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 

46 [1906]. 
Social evolution and remedial law. [Frank 

Titus) 10 Am. Uw. 247 [1902]. 
Some absurdities of the law. [WiUis B. 

Dowd] 15 Green Bag, 15 [1903]. 
Some comparisons, German and American 

law. [Hugo Muench] 7 Brief, 247 

[1907]. 
Some contributions of psychology to the 

conception of justice. [James H. Tufts] 

5 Mich. L. Rev. 79 [1906]. 



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Some differences between English and Colon- 
ial law. [ETerard Digby] 29 Law Mag. 
and Rev. 294 [1904]. 

Some peculiar laws. [iSolomon Mendelsl 
14 Green Bag, 576 [1902]. 

Some phases of historical jurisprudence- 
[Arthur W. Brady] 14 Am. Law. 3 
[1906]. 

Sources of ancient Siamese law. [Tokichl 
Masao] 15 Yale L. J. 28 [1905]. 

Sources of Scots* law. [Will. C. Smith] 16 
Jurid. Rev. 393 [1904]. 

The sources of South African law. [C. H. 
Van Zyl] 18 S. A. L. J. 126, 272. 383; 
19 do. 35, 158 [1901-2]. 

Sources of the laws of the colonies. [W. Har- 
rison Moore] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 276 
[1900]. 

Stability of legal principles a thing of the past. 
[Will. G. Graves] 10 Am. Law. 494 
[1902]. 

The study of old Greek law. [Frederic Earle 
Whitaker] 17 Green Bag, 95; 119 L. T. 
136 [1905]. 

Study of the history of law in Scotland. [J. 
Dove Wilson] 16 Jurid. Rev. 54 [1904]. 

Supreme law of the land. [Blackburn Ester- 
line] 40 Am. L. Rev. 566 [1906]. 

Suretyship from the standpoint of com- 
parative j urisprudence. [Henry Anselm 
de Colyar] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 46 [1906]. 

Surviving absurdities and curiosities of the 
law. [J. M. Leiy] 28 Law Mag. and 
Rev. 289 [1903]. 

Territorial expansion of the common law 
ideal. [Jolin F. Simmons] 14 Am. 
Law. 210 [1906]. 

Uncertainty of the law. 7 Law Notes [N. Y.J 
. 225 [1904]. 

Jus gentium and law merchant. [William 
Wirt Howe] 50 Am. L. Reg. 375; 6 Law 
Notes [N. Y.] 161 [1902]. 

Justinian's redaction. [Edgar S. Shum- 

way] 49 Am. L. Reg. 195 [1901]. 

JURY. 

Abolition of the jury system. [George H. 
Williams] 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 150 
[1905]; 29 N. J. L. J. 50 [1906]. 

The administration of the jury system. 
[Henry B. Brown] 17 Green Bag, 623 
[1905]. 



Authority of the court to direct verdict. 
[Louis B. Ewbank] 49 Cent. L. J. 83 

[1899]. 

The case against jury trials in civil actions. 
[Lawrence Irwell] 54 Cent. L. J. 243 
[1902]. 

Charge to jury. [Surendra Nath Ray] 6 
Bom. L. R. 33 [1904]. 

Charging juries. [J. J. CrandaU] 28 N. J. 
L. J. 35 [1905]. 

Charging the trial jury. [Edward S. Doo- 
little] 35 Am. L. Rev. 8 [1901]. 

The civil jury. [A. Caperton Braxton] 38 
Am. L. Rev. 220 [1904]. 

Civil service classification of jurors. [Joseph 
M. SuIUvan] 67 Alb. L. J. 77 [1905]. 

Coercion of jurors. 4 Law Notes [N. Y.] 44 

[1900]. 
Coroners* jury men. 67 J. P. 73, 97 [1903]. 
Defects in the jury system. [Sigmund 

Zeisler] 33 Chic. Leg. N. 61 [1900]. 

Development of trial by jury. [J. H. Behr] 

5 West. Res. L. J. 89 [1899]. 
— [E. C. Lawrence] 14 Green Bag, 239 

[1902]. 
Doctrine of reasonable doubt. [J. S. Burner] 

11 Am. Law. 440 [1903]. 
Exemption from jury duty. 60 Alb. L. J. 

398 [1899]. 
French jury system. [Simeon E. Baldwin] 

2 Mich. L. Rev. 597 [1904]. 

General pleading imposing on juries the de- 
cision of questions of law. [Linton 
D. Landrum] 64 Alb. L. J. 108 [1902]. 

Gentlemen of the jury. [Dou^as Malloch] 
14 Green Bag, 16 [1902]. 

The grievances of jurors. [Serjeant Dodd] 

1 N. Ir. Jur. 3 [1900]. 
How not to get a good jury. Response 

to toast. [W. J. Gasmor] 6 Am. Law. 

92 [1898]. 
Humors of the English jury box. [Lawrence 

IrweU] 14 Green Bag, 228 [1902]. 
Inquest juries. [John Trontbeck] 119 L. 

T. 349 [1905]. 
Instructions to juries — Illinois practice. 21 

Nat. Corp. Rep. 453 [1900]. 

Instructions to the jury. [W. G. Mathews] 
7 Va. L. Reg. 521 [1901]. 

Juries and their verdicts. [John De Morgan] 
14 Green Bag, 395; 113 L. T. 501 [1902]. 



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210 



JURY 



Jurin ffi crbmflaJ caM. 62 J. P. 6^ (IMS]. 

JttTk9 the hem lodges of bcti. \ChaM%m 

C. Umn] 7 Uw Nous [N. Y.| 105 

Jufort awl jury tai. 06 J. R 354, 387, 403 

/Mf<^« — tlietf f%lrtt to payment. [Rl^ard 

i. 9UI§f] 1 N. Ir Jur. 44 (1900). 
TV i^ry, tD»tM i. Brewer] 1 Can. L. 

J}^ry k fiUime ^ en AAgleterre, [H. Spcjrcr] 

» Uw g fUrv. 420 (19071. 
/vfy d*yM«r/fM f/y €M methods. 04 Alb. L. 

J, 21 lJ9rr/j. 
7UjuryU^t4i, (Eoocb iofasMMi] 15 Green 

BdMK. ^W (19031. 
Tfi^ iury in tlie Maybrick caae. 18 Med. 

I>ey. J/Mir 29 11900]. 
The jury of twelve. 8 Uw Notea fN. V.] 425 

(KKIT/I, 

Jury-fMicking. 06 J. P. 321 (1901]. 
Jury room tent iment a and dtveniona. (Albert 
H. Wnlker] 13 r;reen Bag, 196 (1901]. 

The jury ayiM^m. (Wm« G. Holt] 6 Am. 
f.aw. 95; 5 Kan. Law. 31 (Oct. 1808]; 
67 Alt). L. J. 298 (1906]. 

— IH. M. Bnsce] 40 Am. L. Rev. 222 (1906]. 

— (Lloyd Jonea] 5 Uw Notea (N. V.] 4 

(1901]. 
Jury fiy«tem in Porto Rico. (E. L. MacRay] 

14 r;rcen Bag, 420 [1902]. 
Jury •yatem — iti administration. (Clement 

Manly] 39 Am. L. Rev. 398 [1905]. 
Jury trial and the P'ederal Conttitution. 

(William Cuilen Dennk] 6 Colum. L. 

Krv. 423 [1906]. 
Jury trittla in artiona for negligence. (A. W. 

Benaon] 8 Kan. Uw. 2 [June, 1902]. 
JuMHf aa jurymen. 64 J. P. 627 [1900]. 
Lirrnurd tradert aa jurori. 34 Ir. L. T. 415 

(1900). 
Military tactics of trial by jury. (Samuel 

Kallach] 30 N. J. L. J. 232 (1907]. 
Moili6cationa of the jury tystem. [John 

Burton Phllllpa] 16 (^reen Bag, 514 

[1004]. 
The new Workmen's Compensation bill and 

jury trials. (A. S. Pringle] 14 Scot. 

L. T. 3 [1906]. 
News|>H(>crs and the jury — the influence of 

modern journalism on criminal trials. 

[Clarence Biahop Smith] 17 Green 

Hag» 223; 119 L. T. 110 (1905). 



Our jury syvteai idbmed. fT. WU 

water] 32 Uw Mag. aad Rev. 06 (19061. 

An ootliae of a new systan of trial by jury. 
(Midnel S. Loc^ 7 Am. Uw. 335 

[18091. 

Parfiamentatfy critidam of judges. 121 L. T. 

217 [19061. 
The province of the court in jury triaL 

[RkAard E. Bfwd\ 13 Va. L. Reg. 336 

[1907]; 14 Bar, 39 [Nov. 1907]. 
The province of the jodge aad of the jury. 

IG. Glow Aleaaadcii 31 Uw Mag. 

and Rev. 1. 184, 289, 451; 32 do. 72 

[1905-^1. 
Psychological study of jtuors. (T* D. 

Ckmhcfs] 17 Med. Ltg. J. 285; 60 

Alb. L. J. 341 [18991; 23 N. J. L. J. 5 

[19001. 
The qualifications of jurors. [DoaneMowry] 

16 Green Bag. 721 [1904]. 
The quality of jurors. (Jackaon Guy] 12 Va. 

L. R^. 430 [1906]. 
Reforms in jury trials. [Robert Earl] 63 

Alb. L. J. 10 [1901]. 
Res gesUu as a question for the jury. 7 Uw 

Notes (N. Y.] 87 [19031. 
Right of appeal as affected by the jury 

clause. [Frederick W. Green] 6 West. 

Res. L. J. 65 [1900]. 
The right of jury trial in the dependencies. 

(Jamea WOford Gamer] 40 Am. L. 

Rev. 340 [1906]. 
Right of the jury to review the decisions of 

the court upon the admissibility of evi- 
dence as illustrated in the law of dying 

declarations. [Victor H. Une] 1 Mich. 

L. Rev. 624 [1903]. 
Scintilla rule and its relation to trial by jury. 

[M. A. Foran] 4 West. Res. L. J. 143 

[1898]. 
The Scottish jury. [Rufua Fleming] 5 

Mich. L. Rev. 520 [1907]. 
Should the "Scintilla rule*' be aboHshed? 

[Jamea Troup] 4 West. Res. L. J. 117 

[1898]. 
Should trials by jury be abolished? [John 

Freeman Baker] 66 Alb. L. J. 307 [1904]. 

Some observations concerning cautionary 
instructions to juries. [Eugene Mc- 
Ouilkin] 63 Cent. L. J. 3 [1906]. 

Some remarks on jury panels, cases on appeal, 
and special term trials. [William J. 
Gaynor] 3 Brief, 287 [1901]. 



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211 



Some remarks upon charging a jury in a trial 
for murder. [Robert Ralston] 53 Am. 
L. Reg. 657 11905J. 

Special jurors. 62 J. P. 657 [1898J. 
Taking cases from the jury. [William 
Nelaon] 26 N. J. L. J. 357 (1903J. 

Task of the jury in the case of Mrs. Maybrick- 

[Charles E. Grinnell] 13 Harv. L. Rev- 

490 [19001. 
The test by which to determine whether the 

case is for the jury. Colin P. Camp- 

beU] 59 Cent. L. J. 224 [19041. 
The three present menaces: the general 

issue; the general verdict; personal 

justice. [Wmiam W. WUtbanIc] 49 

Am. L. Reg. 1. 69 [1901]. 
Trial by judge and jury. [Henry Clay Cald- 

weU] 33 Am. L. Rev. 321; 60 Alb. L. J. 

39, 55 [1899]; 8 Am. Law. 8 [1900]; 6 

Kan. Uw. 5 [Nov. 1899]. 
Trial by jury. 114 L. T. 350 [1903]. 

— [OrviUe C. McLaughlin] 64 Alb. L. J. 

286 [1902]. 

— [Wyatt Paine] 117 L. T. 435 [1904]. 

— [Isaac Franklin RusseU] 67 Alb. L. J. 

13 [1905]. 
Trial by jury and "double jeopardy** in the 

Philippines. [Lebbeus R. Wilfley] 13 

Yale L. J. 421 [1904]. 
Trial by jury and the right of challenge. 

[J. I. Oarke Hare] 59 Alb. L. J. 270 

[1899]. 
Trial by jury and with the aid of assessors in 

the United Provinces. [Satya Cliandra 

Mukerji] 2 Alia. L. J. 113 [1905]. 
Trial by jury as "a relic of barbarism." 

[Jehu P. Applegate] 24 N. J. L. J. 644 

[1901]. 
Trial by jury: at home and abroad. [Tighe 

Hopkins] 121 L. T. 130 [1906]. 

Trial by jury at nisi prius, [S. L. Holland] 

17 Uw Q. Rev. 171 [1901]. 
Trial by jury in France. [U. M. Rose] 35 

Am. L. Rev. 17 [1901]; 4 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 168, 189 [1900-1901). 
Trial by jury in the Philippines. 9 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 45 [1905]. 
Trial by jury must be preserved. [John 

F. Geeting] 69 Alb. L. J. 134 [1907]. 
Trials of jury trials. [Alfred C. Coze] 1 

Colum. L. Rev. 286 [1901]. 
The unanimity of jury verdicts. [Ben B. 

Linds^] 5 Va. L. Reg. 133 [1899]. 



JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

Unanimity of jury verdicts in civil cases in 
Virginia. [F. W. Whitaker] 5 Va. L. 
Reg. 438 [1899]. 

Unanimity verdicts. [Frank Wells] 63 Alb. 
L. J. 360; 9 Am. Law. 114 [1901]. 

Use of intoxicating liquors by jurors. [Mor- 
ton John Stevenson] 59 Alb. L. J. 208 
[1899]. 

The Veronica case. 67 J. P. 267 [1903]. 

JUSTICE. 

The causes of popular dissatisfaction with 
the administration of justice. [Roscoe 
Pound] 40 Am. L. Rev. 729; 14 Am. 
Law. 445 [1906]. 

Certainty and justice. [Frederic R. Cou- 
dert] 14 Yale L. J. 361 [1905]. 

Competitive justice. [Joseph A. Mintum] 
1 Ind. L. J. 107 [1898]. 

• 

Defective administration of the law. [Lin- 
ton D. Landrum] 64 Alb. L. J. 285 
[1902]. 

Executive justice. [Roscoe Pound] 55 Am. 
L. Reg. 137 [1907]. 

Justice and mercy. [J. A. Saldanaha] 9 
Bom. L. Rep. 105 [1907]. 

Justice in New York. [WiUls B. Dowd] 
67 Alb. L. J. 290 [1905]. 

The lawyer's part in the administration of 
justice. [Charles Nagel] 62 Ohio L. B. 
370 [1907]. 

The perversion of justice by the professional 
lawyer. [H. B. Marriott Watson] 39 
Ir. L. T. 314 [1905]. 

Shall the public justice be judicially ad- 
ministered? [Spencer R. Atldnson] 
1 So. L. Rev. 522 [1901]. 

Substantial justice — discretion of courts. 
8 Mad. L. J. 16 [1898]. 

Three present menaces: the general issue; 
the general verdict; personal justice. 
[William W. Wilthank] 49 Am. L. Reg. 
1. 69 [1901]. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 

Actions against justices. 68 J. P. 374 [1904]. 
Appointment and qualification of justices 

of the peace. 70 J. P. 181 [1906]. 
Bail by justices. 66 J. P. 17 [1902]. 
The chairman of justices in boroughs. 68 

J. P. 195 [1904]. 
Contempt of justices. 62 J. P. 627 [1898}. 



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212 



JUVENILE OFFENDERS 



Convicting justices appearing at sessions to 
support conviction. 70 J. P. 63 119061. 

The Criminal Evidence act and the duty 
of a magistrate. 63 J. P. 35 [1899]. 

Discretion of justices as to issue of dbtress 

warrants for rates. 66 J. P. 243, 259, 

372 [1902]. 
Discretion of justices as to issue of sum- 
monses. 66 J. P. 594 [1902]. 
The discretion of justices to issue a summons. 

65 J. P. 738 [19011. 
Disqualification of justices by bias. 62 J. 

P. 66 [1898]. 
Disqualification of justices on the ground of 

pecuniary interest. 70 J. P. 243 [1906]. 
The duties and rights of justices of the peace 

under the licensing acts. 36 Ir. L. T. 

363 [1902]. 
Ex-officio justices and the Justices of the 

Peace act, 1906. 70 J. P. 493 [1906]. 
Extending justices* civil jurisdiction. [J. 

Isaac PengeUy] 38 L. J. 537 [1903]. 

Friendly and collecting societies and the 

jurisdiction of justices as to disputes. 

67 J. P. 555 [1903]. 
A hard case — jurisdiction of justices. 39 

Ir. L. T. 239, 245 [1905]. 
How far are justices entitled to act upon 

their own technical or local knowledge? 

71 J. P. 290, 302. 
A Justice Court — a justice court lawyer — 

a justice court law. [Eugene Ray] 69 

Alb. L. J. 182 [1907]. 
Justices and compensation cases. 66 J. P. 

803 [1902]. 
Justices and the classification of prisoners. 

64 J. P. 689 [1900]. 
Justices and the Criminal Appeals bill. 69 

J. P. 301 [1905J. 
Justices and trifling offences. 70 J. P. 315 

[1906]. 
Justices as jurymen. 64 J. P. 627 [1900J. 
Justices equally divided in opinion. 68 J. 

P. 182 [1904]. 
Justices in boroughs without a commission 

of the peace. 63 J. P. 787 [1899]. 
The justice of the peace. 1 N. C. Jnl. of 

Law, 157 [1904]. 
Justices of the peace in the Cape Colony. 

22 S. A. L. J. 179 [1905]. 
Justices of the Peace in the olden time. 

[Legal antiquities.] [Wyatt Paine] 117 

L. T. 201 [1904]. 



Justices with a bias. 65 J. P. 386 [1901]. 
The labours of justices of the peace. 67 J. P. 
315 [1903]. 

The liability of justices of the peace. [W. W. 
Lucas] 33 Law Mag. and Rev. 22 [1907]. 

The licensing discretion of justices. 47 Sol. 

J. 615 [1903]. 
Licensing justices as objectors. 66 J. P. 320 

[1902]. 
Licensing justices starting objections. 64 

J. P. 641 [1900]. 
Licensing justices taking evidence on oath. 

62 J. P. 161 [1898]. 
Life of judgments of justices of the peace. 

[Samuel R. Church] 26 Wash. L. R. 

362 [1898]. 
Local authorities and justices of the peace. 

66 J. P. 739 [1902]. 

Magistratesandmilitary law.64 J. P.17[1900]. 
The origin of justices of the peace. 63 J. P. 

755 [1899]. 
Personal liability of justices for costs. 62 

J. P. 705 [1898]. 
Power to dismiss informations. 65 J. P. 771 

[1901]. 
Powers of justices to compel evidence. 66 

J. P. 402 [1902]. 
Restraining proceedings before justices. 62 

J. P. 402 [1898]. 
Should justices of the peace be called magis- 
trates? 67 J. P. 339 [1903]. 
Signature of justices' orders. 68 J. P. 147 

[1904]. 
The statement of cases by justices. 67 J. P. 

302, 326, 350 [1903]. 
Variance before justices. 66 J. P. 3 [1902]. 
What may justices do on Sunday? 63 J. P. 

755 [1899]. 
JUVENILE OFFENDERS. 
French treatment of juvenile delinquents. 

[Joseph M. SulUvan] 64 Alb. L. J. 386 

[1902]. 
Juvenile criminals and the treatment of 

them. [Albert C. Barnes] 31 Chic. 

Leg. N. 384 [1899]. 
Juvenile laws of Colorado. [Ben B. Lindsey] 

18 Green Bag, 126 [1906]. 
The punishment of juvenile offenders. 

[Charles M. Atkinson] 23 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 289 [1898]. 
The salvation of juvenile delinquents. 

[Joseph M. SuUiyan] 64 Alb. L. J. 127 

[1902]. 



KAMES 



213 



KING'S PEACE 



Karnes, Henry Home, Lord, [1696-1782] 
principles of equity. [Henry Hilton 
Brown] 10 Scot. L. T. 94, 111, 127, 169, 
173,181; 11 do. 7, 22 [1902-3]. 

— a master of equity. [Henry Hilton 

Brown] 20 Law Q. Rev. 308 [1904]. 

KANSAS. 

Alien ownership of land in Kansas. (Fred- 
ericlc H. Wood) 11 Kan. Uw. 1 [Mar.- 
Apr. 1905]. 

Kansas-Colorado water suit. [George P. 
Costigan, Jr.] 17 Green Bag, 587 [1905]. 

Law of commercial paper in Kansas. 16 
Bank. L. J. 537, 597, 657; 17 do. 17, 78 
[1899-1900]. 

Revision of the code of procedure. [S. H. 
Allen] 13 Kan. Law. 1 [Sept. 1906]. 

Kane, Robert Romney, Judge. [1842- 
1902.] Obituary. 36 Ir. L. T. 131 
[1902]. 

Katbiawar Jurisdiction Cases. [A. C. 
Lyall] 22 Uw Q. Rev. 246 [1906]. 

Kay, WUson S. [1831-1902.] Obituary. 
35 Chic. Leg. N. 167 [1903]. 

Kedzie, John Hume. [1815-1903.] Obit- 
uary with portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 
293 [1903]. 

Kekewich, Sir Arthur. [1832-1907.] Jus- 
tice. Obituary. 42 L. J. 747; 124 L. T. 
117; 52 Sol. J. 72 [1907]. 

KeUy, Charles K. C. [1814-1905.] Obitu- 
ary. 119 L. T. 569 [1905]. 

KeUy, John Alexander, Judge. [1821- 
1900.] Biographical sketch, with por- 
trait. [B. F. Buchanan] 6 Va. L. Reg. 
723 [1901]. 

Kent, James, [176^-1847] the father of 
American jurisprudence. [William J. 
Curtis] 1 So. L. Rev. 11 [1901]. 

— sketch, with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 

133 [1900]. 

— Chancellor. [John P. Dillon] 3 Colum. 

L. Rev. 257; 11 Am. Law. 109 [1903]. 

— Sketch. 24 L. Notes [Gib.] 145 [1905]. 

— and Joseph Story. [John B. Cassody] 

12 Yale L. J. 146 [1903]. 

— concerning erection of a mounment to his 

memory. [John F. Dillon] 26 Nat. 
Corp. Rep. 229 [1903]. 

— an American chancellor. [Charles B. 

EUiott] 37 Am. L. Rev. 321 [1903]. 



JtENTUCKY. 

Court of Appeals of Kentucky. [John C. 
Doolan] 12 Green Bag, 342, 408, 458, 
516 [1900]. 

Early conspiracies in Kentucky. [Sally 
Ewing Marshall Hardy] 12 Green 
Bag, 617 [1900]. 

Inheritance tax law of Kentucky. [Wm. H. 
Field] 40 Am. L. Rev. 711 [1906]. 

Kentucky court room. [Enoch Johnson] 

14 Green Bag, 318 [1902]. 
The old and the new court. [Philip Llnds- 

ley] 16 Green Bag, 520 [1904]. 
Old court — new court controversy. [John 

C. Doolan] 11 Green Bag, 177 [1899]. 
Prorogation of Kentucky l^islature by execu- 
tive proclamation. [Lucius Lamar] 

61 Alb. L. J. 148 [1900]. 
Kenyon, Lord Chief Justice. Portrait. 16 

Green Bag, 1403 [1904]. 
Keman, William Fergus. [1825-1899.] 

Obituary. 18 Nat. Corp. Rep. 455 [1899]. 
Kettle, Lady Alice, Trial of. [J. M. Sul- 

Uvan] 14 Green Bag, 433 [1902]. 
Key, Francis Scott, [1780-1843] as a law- 
yer. [Eugene L. Didier] 16 Green Bag, 

293 [1904]. 
Killing no murder. [J. B. Madcenzie] 39 

Can. L. J. 780 [1903]. 
Kilwarden, Lord. When Clare was Chan- 
cellor and Kilwarden Chief Justice. 1 

N. Ir. Jur. 60 [1901]. 
Kimhall, Maulsby. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 62 [1899]. 
Kincaimey, Lord. Portrait. 15 Jurid. 

Rev. 1 [1903]. 
Kindersley, Sir Richard Torin. [1792- 

1879.] Vice-chancellor. 110 L. T. 497 

[1901]. 
King, George Edwin, Judge. [1839-1901.] 

Obituary. 37 Can. L. J. 330 [1901]. 
King, John Y. Obituary. 15 Scot. L. Rev. 

69 [1899]. 
King, Robert M. [-1903.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 21 S. A. L. J. 1 [1904]. 
King*s Justice in the early middle ages. 

[Sh- Frederidc PoUock] 12 Harv. L. 

Rev. 227 [1898]. 
King*s pardon. The. [W. L. Stuart] 4 

Com. L. Rev. 241 [1907]. 
King*s peace in the middle ages. [Sir 

Frederidc Pollock] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 

177 [1899]. 



KINGSLEY 



214 



LAND 



Kingftley, Charles F. [1865-.] Bio<. 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 90 [1899]. 

Kinggmill, John Juchereau, Q. C, D. C. 

L. [1829-1900.] Obituary. 36 Can. L. 
J. 176 [1900]. 

Kingston incident. After-thoughts on the- 

[Edwin Mazey] 69 Alb. L. J. 85 [1907]. 
Kinnear, Right Hon. Lord. Portrait. 13 

Jurid. Rev. 1 [1901]. 
Kinross, Lord. John Blair Balfour. [1837- 

1905.) Obituary, with portrait. 12 Scot. 

L. T. 161 [1905]. 

— Sketch. 21 Scot. L. Rev. 27 [1906]. 
Kirlcpatrick, Thomas Jellis. [1829-1897.] 

Biographical sketch, with portrait. 

[Chas. M. Blackford] 8 Va. L. Reg. 609 

[1903]. 
Knights Templars, The suppression of the. 

104 L. T. 9 [1897]. 
Knox, Philander Chase. [1853-19—.] At- 
torney-General. 13 Green Bag, 281 

[1901]. 
Kohlsaat, Christian C, Judge. [1844-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 

235; 32 do. 139 [1899]; 37 do. 256 [1905]. 

Korean case. (Nuncupative will.) [E. J. 

Renick] 33 Am. L. Rev. 869 [1899]. 
Kotze, John GUbert. [1849-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 20 S. A. L. J. 101 [1903]. 
Kruger, Paul. [1825-1904.] Sketch. 21 

S. A. L. J. 251 [1904]. 
Kumaon, Civil matters in. 4 Alia L. J. 129 

[1907]. 
Kumler, Philip H. [1837-1902.] Judge. 

Obituary. 47 Ohio L. B. 540 [1902]. 
Kyllachy, Lord. Portrait. 13 Jurid. Rev. 

133 [1901]. 
LABOR, HOURS OP. 

See Master and Servant; Work and Labor. 
Labor and the law. [James H. Torrey] 12 

Am. Uw. 417 [1904]. 

— legislation. [W. E. O^Brien] 41 Can. L. 

J. 729 [1905]; its scope and tendency. 
[Glenda Burlse Slaymalcer] 64 Alb. L. 
J. 227 [1902]. 

— organizations the right to control the price 

of labor — the right to strike. [Harry 
G. Kyle] 51 Cent. L. J. 301 [1900]. 

— strikes and injunctions. [P. L. Edwards] 

59 Cent. L. J. 23 [1904]; 67 Alb. L. J. 209 
[1905]. 
See also Work and Labor. 



LABOR UNIONS. 

See Trade Unions. 

Laboratory for sociological, medical, and 
jurisprudential purposes. [Arthur Mac- 
Donald] 35 Am. L. Rev. 831 [1901]. 

Labori, Maitre Femand. [1860-19—.] 
A character study. [John DeMor^n] 
11 Green Bag, 541 [1899]. 

— and the English bar. 1 N. Jr. Jur. 261 
[1901]. 

LABUAN. 

Modes of legislation in Labuan. [Leicester 

P. Beaufort] 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 271 

[1897]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [Sir Courtenay 

Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 22 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 do. n. s. 100 [1899]. 
Lachand. [N. J. D. Kennedy] 14 Jurid. 

Rev. 228 [1902]. 
Lacombe, Emile Henry. [1846-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 5 Case and Com. 

97 [1899J. 
I LAGOS. 
Modes of legislation in Lagos. [T. C. Ray- 

ner, Geo. SoUard* P. Rohrwayer and 

W. G. Ambrose.] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 

371 [1807]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. (Albert Gray] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 101 [1896]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 213 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 131 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 526 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 592 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 384 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 311 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 402 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 419 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. L^. 184 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 499 [1906]. 
Lamar, L. Q. C, [1825-1893] lawyer and 

judge. [R. Lee Bartels] 12 Am. Law. 

349 [1904]. 
Lamp-posts as obstructions. 65 J. P. 402 

[1901]. 
Lancashire witches. 60 Alb. L. J. 236 [1899]. 
Land covered with water. 63 J. P. 2 [1899]. 

— law, Present complexity of, and its remedy. 
[J. E. Hogg] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 292 [1904]. 

— question in New Zealand. [T. P. Martin] 
5 Com. L. Rev. 247 [1908]. 

— registration in Central Europe. (C. 
Portescue-Bridulale] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 
o. s. 112 [1897]. 



LAND 



215 



LANDLORD AND TENANT 



Land registration in the Territory of 
Hawaii. [PhiUp L. Weaver] 40 Am. 
L. Rev. 321 [1906]. 

— Superfluous. [James Ferguson] 10 Jurid. 

Rev. 281 [1898]. 

— tenure bill, The. 60 Sol. J. 321 [1906]. 

— title, Element of chance in. [H. W. 

Chaplin] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 24 [1898]. 

— title registration in Massachusetts. [Wil- 

liam D. Turner] 33 Am. L. Rev. 42 
[1899]. 

— title registration in the United States. 

[Leonard A. Jones] 36 Am. L. Rev. 321 

[1902]. 
LAND TRANSFER ACTS. 
The application of the Land Transfer act to 

London. 42 Sol. J. 210 [1898]. 
Breakdown of the land transfer acts system 

in England. [J. E. Hogg] 20 Law Q. 

Rev. 74 [1904], 
Completion as affected by registration of 

title. 51 Sol. J. 304 [1907]. 
Compulsory Land Registration. 124 L. T. 

201 [1907]. 
Compulsory land registration and the City of 

London. [Henry Dixon Kiml>er] 39 

L. J. 563 [1904]. 
Compulsory r^stration of title. 23 L. 

Notes [Gib.] 336 [1904]. 
The failure of the land r^stry. [J. S. 

Rubinstein] 42 L. J. 648 [1907]. 
The futility of the insurance fund under the 

Land Transfer acts. 50 Sol. J. 388 

[1906]. 
How to set a house in disorder. [J. S. 

Rubinstein] 39 L. J. 606 [1904]. 
The land registry. [James Edward Hogg] 

42 L. J. 281 [1907]. 
Land transfer. [J. S. Rubinstein] 119 L. T. 

509 [1905]. 
Land transfer — a legislative blight. [J. S. 

Rubinstein] 36 L. J. 502 [1901]. 
The Land Transfer act. [H. E. Gribble] 

117 L. T. 549 [1904]. 
The Land Transfer act, 1897. [H. E. Grib- 
ble] 39 L. J. 528 [1904]. 
Land Transfer acts, 1875 and 1897. [Howard 

W. Elpliinstone] 21 Law Q. Rev. 23 

[1905]. 
Land Transfer act, 1897. [BenJ. G. Lalce] 

23 Law Mag. and Rev. 179 [1898]. 
The Land Transfer acts and the legal estate. 

47 Sol. J. 330 [1903]. 



Land transfer and land purchase in Ireland. 
[Henry A. Drennan] 1 N. Ir. Jur. 383 
[1901]. 

Land transfer question. [W. Straclian] 20 
Uw Q. Rev. 427 [1904]. 

I^nd transfer question. [James Edward 
Hogg] 21 Uw Q. Rev. 29 [1905]. 

The Land transfer rules, 1903. 48 Sol. J. 
256, 273, 293, 309, 325, 347, 366 [1904]| 

The ''mortgage charge" of the land transfer 
acts. [James Edward Hogg] 23 Law Q. 
Rev. 68 [1907]. 

Mortgages of land registered under the land 
transfer acts. 23 L. Notes [Gib.] 245 
[1904]. 

Mortgages of unregistered land as affected 
by the Land Transfer acts. 43 Sol. J. 
600 [1899]. 

Paradox of the land law. [A. V. Dicey] 21 
Uw Q. Rev. 221 [1905]. 

A question of assurances under the Land 

Transfer acts, 1875 and 1897. 50 Sol. 

J. 91 [1905]. 
"Real estate" within the meaning of Part I 

of the Land Transfer act, 1897. 49 Sol. 

J. 128 [1904]. 
R^istration of notice of a lease of land 

registered under the Land Transfer 

acto, 1875 and 1897. 51 Sol. J. 602 

[1907]. 
The real representative. 47 Sol. J. 139, 156; 

48 do. 96 [1902-3]. 
Transfer of land in old English law. [Paul 

VinogradoU] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 532 

[1907]. 
LANDLORD AND TENANT. 
Adams v. DunsecUh [10 L. R. Ire. 109; 16 Ir. 

L. T. R. 59] again — increased letting 

value due to tenant's reclamation. 32 

Ir. L. T. 369 [1898]. 
Adjustment of rent under existing tenancies. 

34 Ir. L. T. 513, 523 [1900]. 
Agricultural improvements and capital 

money. 119 L. T. 52 [1905]. 
At what time is a tenancy determined by an 

ejectment for non-payment of rent under 

Deasy's act? 35 Ir. L. T. 149 [1901]. 
Bengal Tenancy act, sec. 188. [Sarat 

Cliandra Banerjee] 1 Cal. L. J. 66, 79, 

91; 2 do. 1, 11 [1905]. 
The bonus under the new Land act. 37 Ir. 

L. T. 467, 487; 38 do. 30 [1904]. 



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The case of Bumside v. Burnside [unreported]. 
40 Ir. L. T. 79. 89 [1906). 

Compensation to yearly tenants. 68 J. P« 
170 [19041. 

Conditions against subletting and assignment. 
105 L. T. 288 [1898J. 

Conditions implied on the letting of houses. 
69 J. P. 265 [1905J. 

Corpus and workmen's dwellings. 121 L. T. 
502 [1906]. 

Court valuers under the Land code. 35 Ir. 
L. T. 319 [1901]. 

The covenant to repair. [Edgar Poa] 122 
L. T. 516 [1907]. 

Covenants to pay outgoings. 105 L. T. 486 

[1898]. 
Curiosities of rent. 12 Green Bag, 404 [1900]. 
Deductions from rent for repairs. 121 L. T. 

333; 26 Can. L. T. 681 [1906]. 
The determination of a tenancy for breach 

of covenant. 47 Sol. J. 767 [1908]. 
Does the relation of landlord and tenant 

become severed by operation of the 

bankrupt law? [John M. Pattenon] 

48 Am. L. Reg. 656 [1900]. 
Double rent and double value. 115 L. T. 

194 [1903]. 
Effect of notice of rent due when tenant's 

goods are taken in execution. 106 L. T. 

145 [1898]. 
The equitable apportionment of outgoings 

between landlord and tenant. 50 Sol. 

J. 590 [1906]. 
Extent of a house agent's authority. 19 L. 

Notes [Gib.] 214 [1900]. 
Fair rents. 32 Ir. L. T. 289 [1898]. 
"Fair wear and tear excepted." 118 L. T. 

472 [1905]. 
Gross estimated rental. 62 J. P. 322 [1898]. 
Hire-purchase agreements and distress for 

rates and taxes. 117 L. T. 308 [1904]. 

House agent's agreements. 22 L. Notes 

[Gib.] 332 [1903]. 
House agent's authority to let. 26 L. Notes 

[Gib.] 247 [1907]. 
How to work the Small Dwellings act. 

[Joseph Maguire] 1 N. Ir. Jur. 378 

[1901]. 
Improvements out of capital. 123 L. T. 291 

[1907]. 
Indeterminate duration of tenancies. 37 Ir. 

L. T. 127 [1903.. 



Intermediate landholders and the Madras 
rent recovery act. [P. R. Ganapathi 
Iyer] 15 Mad. L. J. 375 [1905]. 

The new Land act — changes in the pro- 
cedure of the Land Conunission. 

I. As to fixing fair rents. 37 Ir. L. T. 397. 

II. As to land purchase, [a] On sales by 
a landlord to his tenants directly. 37 
do. 407. 

III. As to land purchase, [b] Sales to 
estates Commissioners. 37 do. 417. 

IV. As to land purchase, [c] Distribution 
of purchase-money. 37 do. 427 [1903]. 

Landlord and tenant. [R. Tomlinaon] 2 

Natal L. Q. 181 [1903]. 
Landlord and tenant and the Statute of 

Frauds. [W. E. Raney] 40 Can. L. J. 

176 [1904]. 
Landlord and tenant's covenants. 62 J. P. 

498 [1898]. 
Landlords, beware. 20 L. Notes [Gib.] 144 

[1901]. 
The landlord's hypothec and tools of trade. 

[Thomas M. Stewart] 12 Scot. L. Rev. 

176 [1896]. 
Landlord's liability for injuries to strangers 

on demised premises. 105 L. T. 148 [1898]. 

A landlord's liability for the dangerous con- 
dition of demised premises. 38 Ir. L. T. 

451 [1904]. 
The landlord's lien in Illinois. [John A. 

Montgomery] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 39 

[1905]. 
The landlord's right of redemption during 

the first statutory term under the Land 

act of 1881. 36 Ir. L. T. 451 [1902]. 
Landlord's right to sue under sec. 9 of the 

specific relief act. 11 Mad. L. J. 283 

[1901]. 
Law of compensation for improvements 

effected by persons in possession of land 

in India. [C. V. Anantakrishua Aisrar] 

13 Mad. L. J. 223 [1903]. 
Leases — Covenants of perpetual renewal. 

[L Homer Sweetser] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 

472 [1900]. 
The l^al consequences of the bankruptcy 

of a lessee. 4 N. Ir. Jur. 24, 29 [1903]. 
Lessor's covenant to repair. [Arthur E. 

Hughes] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 26 [1901]. 
Letting and subsequent sale: estate agents' 

commission. [J. K. P. Cleave] 33 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 48 [1907]. 



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Liability for leasing premises infected with 
disease. 3 Ind. L. J. 214 [1899]. 

The liability of a landlord for accidents due 
to non-repair. 43 Sol. J. 293 [1899]. 

Liability of a landlord for injuries to a tenant 
caused by defects in the leased premises. 
[M. C. Preeks] 62 Cent. L. J. 43 
[1906]. 

Liability of a landlord for injury through 

non-repair. 50 Sol. J. 572 [1906]. 
The liability of a landlord to repair premises 

let out in flats. 49 Sol. J. 443 (1905). 
Liability of landlords for dangerous condition 

of leased premises. [Henry M . Dowliiig] 

56 Cent. L. J. 226 [19031. 
The liability of landlords to strangers for 

injuries arising from want of repair. 119 

L. T. 308 [1905J. 
Liability of lessees. 105 L. T. 544, 572 

[1898]. 
The liability of lessees for sanitary works. 67 

J. P. 590 [1903], 
Liability of rent collectors. 64 J. P. 770 

[1900]. 
Liability of surety for payment of rent. 25 

L. Notes [Gib.] 339; 26 do. 150 [1906-7]. 
Liability of tenants for life in respect of 

repairs on leasehold property. 104 

L. T. 450, 475 [1898]. 
Licensed premises and compensation. 120 

L. T. 307 [1906]. 
The limited liability of landlords. [Walter 

R. Warren] 25 Law Mag. and Rev. 459 
. [1900]. 
Loan houses to friends, and other funny 

tenancies. 18 L. Notes [Gib.] 244 

[1899]. 
Lodger's latchkeys and the law. 25 L. Notes 

[Gib.] 308 [1906]. 
Low-priced tenancy and sale agreements. 

108 L. T. 4 [1899]. 
Market gardens. 62 J. P. 209 [1898]. 
Mill holdings under the Land code. 37 Ir. 

L. T. 297 [1903]. 
A momentous point under the land code. 

35 Ir. L. T. 129 [1901]. 
Money payments to landlords for consent to 

alienation. 123 L. T. 223 [1907]. 
A new point under the Land code. 36 Ir. 

L. T. 83 [1902]. 
Obligation of tenants with respect to the 

repair of the premises demised to them. 

[C. B. Labatt] 37 Can. L. J. 521 [1901]. 



Once a tenant always a tenant. 4 Bom. L. R. 
271 [1902]. 

The operation of invalid notices to quit as 
surrenders. 108 L. T. 458, 510 [1900]. 

"Outgoings." 121 L. T. 193 [1906]. 

Prescriptive claims by tenents under a com- 
mon landk>rd. 38 Ir. L. T. 229 [1904]. 

Quit rent or yearly tenancy. 118 L. T. 497 
[1905]. 

Rates, hire-purchase agreements, and bills 
of sale. 62 J. P. 833 [1898]. 

Reconstruction of drains by tenants. 120 
L. T. 54 [1905]. 

Reduction of licenses and compensation. 
[Wm. Lawaon] 3 N. Ir. Jur. 157 [1903]. 

Remission of rent when premises destroyed 
by fire. 23 S. A. L. J. 255 [1906]. 

The removal of dry rot. 121 L. T. 192 
[1906]. 

Renewal of settled leaseholds. [W. Stra- 
chan] 15 Law Q. Rev. 378 [1899]. 

Rents: the covenant to keep in repair. [S. 
S. P. Patteson] 7 Va. L. Reg. 159 
[1901]. 

The repair of tenements and offices. 118 L. 
T. 308 [1905]. 

Resumption sections of the Oudh rent act. 
[Aradh Behari Lai] 3 Alia. L. J. 285 
[1903]. 

Right of tenant of an "existing tenancy'* to 
deduct half poor rate on tenant's build- 
ings. 34 Ir. L. T. 59 [1900]. 

The right to restrain a bankrupt tenant. 112 
L. T. 107 [1902]. 

The right to distrain trade tools. 107 L. T. 
499 [1899]. 

Rights of way as between termors. 4 N. Ir. 
Jur. 93 [1904]. 

Sea-weed as an element in fixing a fair rent. 
38 Ir. L. T. 75 [1904]. 

Servant and tenant. 106 L. T. 452 [1899]. 

The Statute of Limitations as between land- 
lord and tenant. 35 Ir. L. T. 197 [1901]. 

Sub-division and sub-letting under the Land 
acts. 33 Ir. L. T. 305 [1899]. 

A surety's liability for rent on bankruptcy. 
[Edgar Foa] 110 L. T. 441 [1901]. 

The system of Mezzadria. 14 Green Bag, 
522 [1902]. 

Tenancies at will and the Statute of Limita- 
tions. 43 Sol. J. 584; 33 Ir. L. T. 531 
[1899]. 



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Tenancies subject to a condition against 
raising the rent. 48 Sol. J. 257 [1904]. 

Tenants' implied covenants. 121 L. T. 106 
(1906]. 

A tenant's implied duty of maintenance. 
119 L. T. 356 [1906). 

Tenant's liability for improvement charges. 
23 L. Notes [Gib.) 79 [1904]. 

Tenant's notice of intention to sell induced by 
misrepresentation of law cancelled — 
position of judicial tenant under the 
Ulster custom. 35 Ir. L. T. 265 [1901]. 

Tenants of flats and their taxes. [W. P. M. 
Black] 14 Scot. L. Rev. 293 [1898]. 

Town Tenants act. 

I. Introductory. 41 Ir. L. T. 24. 

II. Compensation for improvements. 41 
do. 37, 43, 55. 

III. Compensation for dbturbance. 41 
do. 61. 

IV. Miscellaneous matters. 41 do. 73. 

V. Limited owners, mesne landlords and 
trustees. 41 do. 79. 

VI. Procedure. 41 do. 85, 90 [1907]. 
Town tenants and the payment of rates. 

1 N. Ir. Jur. 362 [1901]. 
The Ulster custom. 32 Ir. L. T. 309, 319 

[1898]. 
Ultra vires corporation leases. [Edward 

Avery Harriman] 14 Harv. L. Rev.- 

332 [1901]. 
Warranty as to drainage upon the letting 

of a house. 45 Sol. J. 392 [1901]. 
What is the "true value" of a holding? 34 Ir. 

L. T. 99 [1900]. 
Landis, Keneshaw M., Judge. [1866-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 37 Chic. L^. N. 

257 [1905]. 
Landowners and the ground game act. 64 

J. P. 97 [19*]. 
Langdale, Lord, Henry Bickersteth. [1783- 

185 1 .] Golden mace or pestle and mortar. 

110 L. T. 219 [1901]. 

— 4 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 209 [1901]. 
LangdeU, Christopher Columbus, [1827- 

1906] — a view of his career. [Eugene 
Wambaugh] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 1 [1906]. 

— his student life. [Austen G. Fox] 20 

Harv. L. Rev. 7 [1906]. 

— his later teaching days. [Joseph H. 

Beale, Jr.] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 9 [1906]. 

^- his services to legal education. [James 
Barr Ames] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 12 [1906]. 



Langdell, Christopher Columbus. Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Samuel 
F. Batchelder] 18 Green Bag, 437 
[1906]. 

— [Ralph Wardlaw Gloag] 68 Alb. L. J. 

231 [1906]. 

— [William Schofleld] 55 Am. L. Reg. 273 

[1907]. 
Lansdowne, Percy S. [1870-.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 91 [1899]. 

LARCENY. 

The constitutionality of larceny from the 
person of an unknown person. [Joseph 
M. Sullivan] 69 Alb. L. J. 332 [1907]. 

Following misappropriated property into 
its product. [James Barr Ames] 19 
Harv. L. Rev. 511 [1906]. 

Larceny and the Perkins case. (Francis M. 
Burdick] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 387 [1907]. 

Larceny by trick. 63 J. P. 17 [1899]. 

Larceny of a man's own goods. 51 Sol. J. 

407 [1907]. 
Praedial larceny in , Jamaica. [S. Leslie 

Thornton] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 135 [1902], 

Why Europeans regard English speaking 
people dishonest. [James Edgar Brown] 
33 Nat. Corp. Rep. 500 [1906]. 

Lary, Herman S. [1852-.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 91 
[1899]. 

Latent equities. [Geo. A. Lee] 68 Alb. L. 
J. 290 [1906]; 64 Cent. L. J. 363 [1907]. 

Lateral support under the Waterworks 

Clauses act. [Charles Tennyson] 23 

Uw Q. Rev. 282 [1907]. 
Laughlin, Frank C. [1859-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 92 

[1899]. 
Laughlin, John. [1856-.] Biograpliical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 93 

[1899]. 
Laurence, Mr. Justice P. M. [1854-19—.] 

Sketch, with portrait. 18 S. A. L. J. 119 

[1901[. 
Law, Thomas Graves. [1836-1904.] Obit- 
uary. [W. B. Blaikie] 11 Scot. L. T. 

185 [1904]. 
Law an expansive science. [John C. Mahon] 

41 Am. L. Rev. 673 [1907]. 

— and fact. [Jal>ez Fox] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 

545 [1899]. 



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Law and government. [W. Harriaon Moore] 
3 Com. L. Rev. 205; 4 do. 49 [1906]. 

— and human progress. [Walter Clark] 

37 Am. L. Rev. 612 [1903]. 

— and industrial inequality. [George W. 

Alger] 7 Brief, 1; 09 Alb. L. J. 121 
[1907]. 

— and its limitations. [G. Hay« Jr.] 12 

Harv. L. Rev. 645 [1899|. 

— and lawyers. [J. W. Clark] 7 Am. Law. 

9 [1899]. 

— [John P. PhiUps] 17 Green Bag, 433 [1906]. 

— [BenJ. P. Hegler] 3 Okla. L. J. 207 [1906]; 

7 Brief 88 [1907]. 

— in modem fiction. [Otto ErickAon] 61 

Alb. L. J. 387 [1900]. 

— and Uberty. (Alfred Steckler] 4 Brief, 269 

[1903]. 

— and justice. [C. A. Kent] 1 Mich. L. 

Rev. 343 [1903]. 

— and lawyers. [J. C. C. Black] 1 So. L. 

Rev. 167 [1901]. 

— and literature. [A. E. Wilkinson] 39 

Am. L. Rev. 204 [1906]. 

— and logic. [Jabez Pox] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 

39 [1900]; [James Bradley Thayer] 14 
Harv. L. Rev. 139 [1900]. 

— and medicine from a legal standpoint. 

[Abram H. DaUey] 19 Med. Leg. J. 
226 [1901]. 

— and reasonableness. [Le Baron B. Colt] 

66 Alb. L. J. 273; 37 Am. L. Rev. 657^ 
7 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 148 [1903]. 

— and the lady — some who practice the 

profession and their success. 60 Alb. 
L. J. 91 [1899]. 
— and the mob spirit. [John Woodward] 66 
Alb. L. J. 314 [1903]. 

— as a culture study. [Edson R. Sunder- 

land] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 179; 5 Can. 
L. Rev. 109 [1906]. 

— as a profession for women. [G. Plos. 

Greig] 6 Com. L. Rev. 146 [1909]. 

— as treated in fiction. [Allan R. Campbell) 

14 &reen Bag, 364 [1902]. 

— in precept and practice. 69 Alb. L. J. 

243 [1899]. 

— in science and science in law. [Oliver 

WendeU Homes] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 
443 [1899]; 2 Brief, 46, 106 [1899-1900]. 

— in the emblem writers. [James Williams] 

27 Law Mag. and Rev. 267; 36 Am. L. 
Rev. 700 [1902]. 



LAW BOOKS. 

Are law books dry reading? 8 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 428 [1906]. 
The authority of text-books. 108 L. T. 97 

[1899]. 

Concerning indexes to law books. 61 Sol. 
J. 791 [1907]. 

Durable books. 116 L. T. 443 [1908]. 

How should our law books be written. [Al- 
bert S. BoUes] 16 Yale L. J. 221 [1906]. 

How some law text-books are written. 6 
Uw Notes [N. Y.] 96 [1902]. 

In what should law books be bound? 34 

Chic. Leg. N. 68 [1901]. 
The influence of law books. 122 L. T. 199 

[1906]; 27 Can. L. T. 88 [1907]. 
Leather for bookbinding. 118 L. T. 166 

[1904]. 
Text-book and text-writers. 6 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 167 [1902]. 
The use of law books. [John A. Mallory] 

1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 113 [1903]. 

Law booksellers. The old home of the. 107 

L. T. 387 [1899]. 
Law firm, A noted (Vanderpool, Green &. 

Cuming). [A. Oakey Hall] 11 Green 

Bag, 460 [1899]. 
Law French and French Law. [D. R. 

K^ys] 2 Can. L. Rev. 641, 690 [1903]. 

Law Merchant, What is the? [Francis 
M. Burdick] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 470 
[1902]; 2 Can. L. Rev. 213 [1903]; 

— [John S. Ewart] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 136; 

2 Can. L. Rev. 396 [1903]. 

— and transferable debentures. [F. A. 

Bosanquet] 16 Law Q. Rev. 130 [1899]. 

Law of the public callings as a solution of 
the trust problem. [Bruce Wsrman] 
17 Harv. L. Rev. 166, 217 [1904]. 

Law office, A great. [Law department of 
the City of New York.) [Arthur C. 
Butts] 14 Am. Uw. 247 [1906]. 

Law professor. The vocation of a. [James 
Barr Ames] 48 Am. L. Reg. 129 [1900]. 

LAW REFORM. 

An admirable reform in the criminal law. 41 

Ir. L. T. 246 [1907]. 
The applicability of English methods to 

conditions in the United States. 17 

Green Bag, 276 [1906]. 

Assize reforms. [H. L. Riley] 116 L. T. 648 

[1903]. 



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Bankruptcy reform. 23 Scot. L. Rev. 213 
11907]. 

Beccaria and law reform. [U. M. Rose] 34 
Am. L. Rev. 524 [1900]. 

The Beck conunission and criminal law 
reform. 118 L. T. 182, 207, 316, 346 
[1904-^]. 

The bitter cry for law reform. [J. S. Rubin- 
stein] 34 L. J. 559 [1899]; 111 L. T. 
526 [1901]. 

Change and amendment. [George H. 
Yeaman] 2 Brief, 226 [1900]. 

Changes in law and procedure. 37 L. J. 289 
[1902]. 

Chancellors of the nineteenth century con- 
sidered as law reformers. [E. K. Bljrth] 
5 Can. L. Rev. 96, 160 [1906]; 119 L. T. 
506 [1905]. 

Company law reform. [A. D. Tjrssen] 24 
Law Mag. and Rev. 271 [1899]. 

Criminal law reform. [F. Beecher] 69 Alb. 
L. J. 26 [1907]. 

The cry for judicial reform. [W. P. Pullagar] 
117 L. T. 546 [1904]. 

Election reforms: the trend toward de- 
mocracy. [J. C. Rupenthal] 14 Am. 
Uw. 72, 108 [1906]. 

The Faculty committee and Court of Session 
reform. 18 Scot. L. Rev. 1 [1902]. 

Federal law reform. 60 Alb. L. J. 333 [1899]. 

The future of civil service reform. [Edward 
Cary] 9 Yale L. J. 246 [1900]. 

Irish legislative reforms in the Victorian era. 
1 N. Ir. Jur. 93 [1901]. 

Is the cry for judicial reform in any and what 
respects pressing and substantial? [W. 
P. FuUagar] 39 L. J. 543 [1904]. 

Is there a kindred relation in all methods of 

reform and do present systems of reform 

require remolding? [Alexander Hirsch- 

berg] 58 Alb. L. J. 170 [1898]. 
Judicial reform in Egypt. [Sir Jolin Scott] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. 240 [1899]. 
Legal reform in Egypt. [R. Fletcher 

Wilme] 23 Law Mag. and Rev. 224 

[1898]. 
The law of ancient lights and its reform. 

[J. Andrew Strahan] 30 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 181 [1905]. 
Law reform — county and division courts. 

6Can. L Rev. 97 [1906]. 
Law reform in England. [Sir Henry Fowler] 

36 Am L. Rev. 168 [1902]. 



Law reform in Siam. 59 Alb. L. J. 389 [1899]. 

Lord Chancellors as law reformers. [E. K. 
Blytli] 40 L. J. 772 [1905]. 

Near future of law reform. [Thomas Snow] 
16 Law Q. Rev. 129, 229 [1900]. 

The new Law Commission. 13 Scot. L. Rev. 
247 [1897]. 

Peddling actions. 22 Scot. L. Rev. 337 
[1906]. 

Points in company law reform. [Ernest E. 
Williams] 121 L. T. 357 [1906]. 

Primary reform. How to ''break and bounce 
bosses*' and select leaders. [William 
Henry Knox] 68 Alb. L. J. 324 [1906]. 

Private bill procedure reform. [A. W. 

Samuels] 1 N. Ir. Jur. 12 [1900]. 
Public reform and municipal government. 

[Duane Mowry] 14 Green Bag, 209 

[1902]. 
Reform in criminal procedure. [Everett P. 

Wheeler] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 356 [1904]. 
The progress of law reforms. [Willis B. 

Dowd] 66 Alb. L. J. 254 [1904]. 
Proposed reforms in marriage and divorce 

laws. [Amasa M. Eaton] 4 Colum. L. 

Rev. 243 [1904]. 
Recent legal reform. [Lord Watson] 13 

Jurid. Rev. 1 [1901]. 
A recent reform in French l^al procedure. 

104 L. T. 217 [1898]. 
Reform in criminal law in Germany. [Ernest 

Bruncken] 68 Alb. L. J. Ill [1906]. 
Reform in criminal procedure. 8 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 344 [1904]. 
Reform in legal procedure. [Andrew J. 

Hirschl] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 153 [1907]. 
A reform in maritime law. [James Gus- 

tavus Whitely] 37 Am. L. Rev. 863 

[1903]. 
The reform in the licensing laws. [H. J. 

Randall, Jr.] 27 Law Mag. and Rev. 

326 [1902]. 
Reform in the practice and administration of 

the law. [J. D. Shewalter] 6 Am. Law. 

172 [1898]. 
Reform of German law. 122 L. T. 125 [1906]. 
Reform of our land laws. [Eugene C. 

Massie] 39 Am. L. Rev. 871]; 11 Va. L. 

Reg. 359 [1905]. 
Reform of the patent law. [J. W. Gordon] 

31 Law Mag. and Rev. 31 [1905]. 
Reforms in legal procedure. [Frank H. 

Mackintosh] 64 Alb. L. J. 3 [1902]. 



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Reforms in the law of future interests needed 
in Illinois. [Albert Martin Kales] 
1 111. L. Rev. 311. 374 [1906). 

The Register House reforms. [John Ers- 
kine] 14 Scot. L. Rev. 33 [1898]. 

Sheriff Court reform. 19 Scot. L. Rev. 167, 
185 [1903]. 

Sheriff Court reform. [John Erskine] 19 
Scot. L. Rev. 281 [1903]. 

Solicitors and reform. [A. H. Hastie] 25 
Law Mag. and Rev. 385 [1900]. 

Some suggestions for improvement in law. 
[Franklin A. Becher] 59 Alb. L. J. 5 
[1899]. 

Suggested reforms in trial procedure. [David 
Leventritt] 2 Brief, 330; 8 Am. Law. 
349 [1900]. 

Suggestions for some unheroic assize reforms. 
[H. L. RUey] 38 L. J. 510 [1903]. 

Swedish law reform. [Sesntnour D. Thomp- 
son] 38 Am. L. Rev. 388 [1904]. 

Uniformity or diversity. [Geo. B. Rose] 
8 Am. Uw. 463 [1900J; 61 Alb. L. J. 
276 [1900]; 23 N. J. L. J. 330 [1900]. 

War on French legal jargon. [Ernest R. 
Holmes] 13 Green Bag, 376 [1901]. 

What reforms in the nature of expert testi- 
mony are advisable? 58 Alb. L. J. 251 
[1898]. 

Law reporting — a reporter's view. [Frank 
Evans] 3 Can. L. Rev. 255 [1904]. 

Law reports as memorials of history and 
biography. [Thomas Dent] 39 Am. L. 
Rev. 675 [1905]. 

LAW SCHOOLS. 

See also Legal Education. 
The advertisement of the famous Litchfield 

Law School. 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 19 

[1902]. 
Ancient and mediaeval law schools. [William 

Wirt Howe] 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 72 

[1903]. 
Association of American Law Schools, Address 

of the President. [Henry Wade Rogers] 

16 Yale L. J. 545 [1907]. 
Buffalo Law School and the bar of Erie 

County. 59 Alb. L. J. 25 [1899]. 
The evening law school. [Edward T. Lee] 

1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 290 [1905]. 
A general school of law. [Montague Crack- 

anthorpe] 28 Law Mag. and Rev. 385; 

[W. Trower] 115 L. T. 538 [1903]. 



The Imperial School of Law. 47 Sol. J. 634, 
668 [1903]. 

Imperial university of law. 65 Alb. L. J. 157 
[1903]. 

Imperial University of Tokio. The Law 
School. 117 L. T. 525 [1904]. 

Law school and intercollegiate athletics. 
[Andrew A. Bruce] 1 Am. Law Sch. 
Rev. 37 [1903]. 

Law school fraternities. [Nathan Ablx>tt] 
1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 33 [1903]. 

Law school — its methods and functions. 
[George E. Gardner] 6 Am. Law. 93 
[1898]. 

Law schools and the legal profession. [W. 
Jethro Brown] 6 Can. L. Rev. 3 
[1908]. 

Legal bibliography of the alumni of the Yale 
Uw School. 1 1 Yale L. J. 9 [1901]. 

Litchfield Uw School. 4 Uw Notes [N. Y.J 

207 [1901]. 
Methods followed in Germany by the 

historical school of law. [Rudolf Leon- 
hart] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 573 [1907]. 
Mexican National Uw School. [Lucius 

0. C. Lamar] 64 Alb. L. J. 72 [1902]. 
Origin and development of the Bengal 

school of Hindu law. [Sarada Charan 

Mitra] 21 Uw Q. Rev. 380; 22 do. 50 

[1905-6]. 
— [S. S. Setlur] 23 Uw Q. Rev. 202; 9 

Bom. L. Rep. 121 [1907]. 
President's address, Association of American 

Uw Schools, 1905. [Natlian Abbott] 

1 Am. Uw Sch. Rev. 323 [1905]. 
President's address, Association of American 

Uw Schools, 1907. [William P. 

Rogers] 2 Am. Uw Sch. Rev. 105 

[1907]. 
President's address before the Association of 

American Uw Schools. [Emilln Mc- 

Clain] 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 1 [1902]. 
The proposed school of law. 47 Sol. J. 826 

[1903]. 
A school of law. [Walter Trower] 38 L. J 

508 [1903]. 
Should the "honor system" be adopted in 

American Uw Schools? 1 Am. Uw 

Sch. Rev. 369 [1906]. 
The third annual meeting of the association 

of American Uw Schools. 1 Am. Uw 

Sch. Rev. 119 [1903]. 



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LEASES 



What does the increase in law school students 
mean? [Bernard C. Steiner] 1 Am. 
Law Sch. Rev. 82 [1903]. 

Yale in its relation to law. [Thomas 
Thacherl 11 Yale L. J. 36 [1901). 

Law Society and its work. 17 L. Notes 
[Gib.l 240 [18081. 

— The constitution of the. [G. H. Radford] 

42 L. J. 646 [1907]. 

— on officialism. [Howard W. Elphln- 

stone] 22 Law Q. Rev. 27 [1906]. 
Law student* The eighteenth century. 

108 L. T. 183 [1899]. 
Law's delay. [John Freeman Baker] 65 

Alb. L. J. 372 [1903]. 

— [E. Howard McCaleb] 7 Law, Notes [N. 

Y.] 69 [1903]. 

— [Le Roy Parker] 66 Alb. L. J. 11 [1903]. 

— [WUlls B. Dowd] 7 Am. Uw. 467 [1899]. 

— and their only remedy. [WUliam Henry 

Knox] 66 Alb.' L. J. 73 [1904]. 

— Can they be obviated? A summary of 

conditions in the United States. [WU- 
liam Lambert Barnard] 17 Green Bag, 
261 [1905]. 

— in England. 69 Alb. L. J. 207 [1907]. 

LAWS OF NATURE. 

History of law of nature. [Frederick 
PoUock] 1 Colum. L. Rev. 11 [1901]. 

National law versus statutory law. [Gino 
C. Speranza] 59 Alb. L. J. 400 [1899]. 

The study of natural law. [John J. Sulli- 
van] 48 Am. L. Reg. 522 [1900]. 
Lawless, James J. [1868-.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 95 

[1899]. 
Lawless Court of Essex. [Courtney 

Kenny] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 529 [1905]. 
Lawlessness. [Moorfleld Storey] 13 Am. 

Uw. 290 [1905]. 
Lawrence, Charles B., Judge. [1820-1883.] 

Biographical sketch. 37 Chic. L^. N. 

359, 371 [1905]. 
Lawrence, Nathaniel Tertius. Obituary. 

42 Sol. J. 465 [1898]. 
Lawsuits against animals. 14 Green Bag, 

471 [1902]. 
Lawyer, The. [N. M. Edwards] 39 Am. L. 

Rev. 410 [1905]. 

— 4 Okla. L. J. 368 [1906]. 
Lawyer-geneologist, The. [Harry Shel- 

mire Hopper] 15 Green Bag, 484 [1903]. 
Lawyer Marks in Chicago. 7 Bar, 220 [1900]. 



Lawyers and the public. [Maurice W. 

Richmond] 18 Law Q. Rev. 400 [1902]; 

2 Can. L. Rev. 161, 224 [1902-3]. 
— and the trusts. [Walter S. Logan] 9 

Uw Notes [N. Y.] 90 [1905]. 
Lawyerless court, A. [Walter G. Charl- 
ton] 1 So. L. Rev. 605 [1902]. 
Learned, William Law. Biographical 

sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 344 [1904]. 
LEASES. 

Assignments of leases. 44 Sol. J. 480 [1900]. 
Brewers* leases — the covenant to tie. 105 

L. T. 51 [1898]. 
Building leases with reservation of minerals. 

109 L. T. 290 [1900]. 
Charges for works executed by local authori- 
ties. 47 Sol. J. 415 [1908]. 
Constructive trusts and the renewal of 

leases. 47 Sol. J. 650 [1903]. 
Contracts collateral to leases. Ill L. T. 267 

[1901]. 
The covenant to repair. [Edgar Foa] 122 

L. T. 516 [1907]. 
Covenants in public house leases for the 

protection of licenses. 48 Sol. J. 520 

[1904]. 
Covenants in parol leases. 108 L. T. 238 

[1900]. 
The disirability of increased powers of relief 

against forfeiture of leases. [H. W. 

Saw] 34 L. J. 588; 107 L. T. 531 [1899]. 

Disclosure of onerous covenants on dealings 
with leases. 47 Sol. J. 813 [1903]. 

The effect of the decision in In re Harkness 
and AUsopp's Contract on the assignment 
of leaseholds by a married woman 
trustee. 19 L. Notes [Gib.] 49 [1900]. 

Executors liability on leases. 49 Sol. J. 836 

[1905]. 
Forfeiture of leases of mortgaged property. 

119 L. T. 373 [1905]. 
"In the same state as when taken." 122 

L. T. 335 [1907]. 
The interpretation clause in agreements for 

leases. 104 L. T. 337 [1898]. 
The law relating to tied houses. 50 Sol. J. 

152 [1906]. 
Leasehold renewal or sinking fund policies. 

47 Sol. J. 248 [1903]. 

Leases and the prescription act. 23 L. Notes 

[Gib.] 140 [1904]. 
Lease by the donee of a power of leasing to a 

trustee for himself. 47 Sol. J. 723 [1903]. 



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223 



LECKY 



Leases — covenants of perpetua] renewal. 
[I. Homer Sweetser] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 
472 [1000]. 

Lessee's liability for acts of sub-lessee. 39 

Ir. L. T. 66 11905]. 
The liability of a lessee for the costs of the 

lease. 48 Sol. J. 44 [1908]. 
The liability of a lessee under a covenant to 

pay "outgoings.*' 43 Sol. J. 4 [1898]. 

The liability of a lessor on his covenants after 
assignment of the reversion. 48 Sol. J. 
308 [1904]. 

The liability of a mortgagee of leasehold. 43 
Sol. J. 72 [1898]. 

Liability of tenants for life in respect of re- 
pairs on leasehold property. 104 L. T. 
450, 475 [1898]. 

The liability of the tenant for life of leasehold 
property. 42 Sol. J. 360 [1898]. 

Licences to alter leaseholds. 114 L. T. 232 

[1903]. 
Limitation to the rule in Tulk v. Moxhay 

(1848. 2 Ph. 774). 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 243 

[1903]. 
Mining leases. 106 L. T. 238 [1899]. 
On title to leases granted under the Settled 

Undacts. 46 Sol. J. 524 [1902]. 

Option to purchase in leases and the rule 

against perpetuities. 42 Sol. J. 628, 650 

[1898]. 
"Outgoings" in short leases. 120 L. T. 331 

[1906]. 
The position of an underlessee of part of the 

property in a head-lease. 52 Sol. J. 73 

[1907]. 
Powers to determine leases. 105 L. T. 27 

[1898]. 
Public-house leases and the Licensing act, 

1902. 47 Sol. J. 200, 219 [1903]. 

Purchase of land under lease. 18 Can. L. T. 
1 [1898]. 

Registration of notice of a lease of land 
registered under the Land Transfer acts, 
1875 and 1897. 51 Sol. J. 602 [1907]. 

The repairs of bequeathed leaseholds. 118 

L. T. 239 [1905]. 
Renewal of settled leaseholds. [W. Stra- 

chan] 15 Law Q. Rev. 378 [1899]. 

Reversionary leases. [Charles Sweet] 50 
Sol. J. 760 [1906]. 

The right to exact a fine for license to assign. 
51 Sol. J. 755 [1907]. 



Sales of leaseholds by personal represent- 
atives. 38 Ir. L. T. 135 [1904]. 

Settled leaseholds. 114 L. T. 209 [1903]. 
Sub-division and sub-letting under the Land 

acts. 33 Ir. L. T. 305 [1899]. 
Tied houses. 42 Sol. J. 486 [1898]. 

"Usual and proper*' covenants in building 

leases. 32 Ir. L. T. 519 [1898]. 
Water rates and lessor's covenants. 123 

L. T. 103 [1907]. 
Leaves from a lawyer's note book. [Charles 

W. TUlett] 1 N. C. L. J. 27, 120, 179 

[1900]. 
Leaves from an English solicitor*s note book. 

[Baxter Barret.] 

I. The story of a claim to a peerage. 11 

Green Bag, 449 [1899]. 

II. A story of professional n^ligence. 11 
Green Bag, 496 [1899]. 

III. What's in a name? A story of mis- 
taken identity. -11 Green Bag, 581 
[1899]. 

IV. "Latet angius in herba.'* A story of 
innocent participation in crime. 12 
Green Bag, 86 [1900]. 

V. The self-willed lady client. 12 Green 
Bag, 193 [1900]. 

VI. A Sunday afternoon nap and its con- 
sequences. 12 Green Bag, 245 [1900]. 

VII. Blue wins the day. A story of aa 
old-time election in England. 12 Green 
Bag, 307 [1900]. 

VIII. Saved by a pancake or old Harbot- 
tie's will. 12 Green Bag, 364 [1900]. 

IX. The lady of the manor. 12 Green 
Bag, 420 [1900]. 

X. Nemesis of a practical joke. 12 Green 
Bag, 512 [1900]. 

XI. Perjury: is it excusable under any 
circumstances? 13 Green Bag, 141 
[1901]. 

XII. The wrong Mrs. Simpson: a comedy 
of professional errors. 13 Green Bag, 
539 [1901]. 

Leaves from the note book of an advocate. 
106 L. T. 390, 437, 460, 481, 507, 529, 
550, 577, 606; 107 do. 10. 39 [1899]. 

Lechford, Thomas. Boston's first lawyer. 

[Ethelbert Stewart] 11 Am. Law. 68 

[1903]. 
Lecky, William Edward Hartpole. [1838- 

1903.] Obituary. 27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 

279 [1903]. 



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LEEWARD ISLANDS. 

Modes of legislation in the British colonies: 
Leeward Islands. [W. H. Stoker] 2 J. 
Comp. Leg. 110 [1900). 

Review of legislation, 1806. [H. L. Ormsby] 
2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 245 11897]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 676 [1899]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 426 [1901]. 

— 1902. [Aleiander Manson] 5 J. Comp. 

Leg. 452 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 469 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 232 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 542 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 424 [1907]. 
Legacies for such purposes as trustees select. 

105 L. T. 52 [1898]. 

— Sale by trustees for payment of. 106 L. T. 

475 [1899]. 

— to servants. [C. B. Labatt] 41 Can. L. J. 

425 [1905]. 
See also Wills. 

LEGACY TAX. 

See Inheritance Tax. 

LEGAL AID. 

The "poor man's lawyer." 116 L. T. 424 [1904]. 
Legal aid society of New York City. [Fritz 

▼. Briesen] 2 Brief, 207 [1900]. 
Poor prisoners' defense. 1 16 L. T. 241 [1904]. 
The rise and purposes of the legal aid society. 

[RosaUe Loew] 54 Cent. L. J. 126 [1902]. 
State legal aid for the poor. [John P. 

Coldstream] 121 L. T. 603 [1906]. 
The work of the New York Legal Aid Society. 

[Waddill Catchings] 15 Green Bag, 

313 [1903]. 
Legal antiquities. [Wyatt Paine.] 

I. Deodands. 114 L. T. 84 [1902]. 

II. Outlawry. 114 L. T. 104 [1902]. 

in. Appeal of murder. 114 L. T. 152 
[1902]. 

IV. Trial by ordeal. 114 L. T. 174 [1902]. 

V. Wager of battle. 114 L. T. 215 [1903]. 

VI. Jocular and infamous punishments. 
114 L. T. 479 [1903]. 

VII. Circuits. 114 L. T. 594 [1903]. 

VIII. Heresy and witchcraft. 115 L. T. 
35 [1903]. 

IX. The Old Bailey in the seventeenth 
century. 115 L. T. 85 [1903]. 

X. Obsolete capital punishments. 115 L. 
T. 127 [1903]. 

XI. An obsolete source of revenue — the 
Jews. 115 L. X. 180 [1903]. 



XIL The Court of Star Chamber. 115 L. 
T. 349 [1903]. 

XIII. Slavery. 115 L. T. 490 [1903]. 

XIV. Justices of the Peace in the olden 
time. 117 L.T. 201 [1904]. 

XV. Trial by jury. 117 L. T. 435 [1904]. 

XVI. Sumptuary laws. 117 L. T. 511 
[1904]. 

XVII. Torture. 118 L. T. 294 [1905]. 
XVIIL Queen-gold. 119 L. T. 37 [1905]. 
XIX. The Holy Vehme. 120 L. T. 474 

[1906]. 

LEGAL BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

Su Bibliography. 

Legal do^. 20 L. Notes [Gib.] 46 [1901]. 

Legal conceptions from a practical point of 
view. [James Edward Hogg] 22 Law 
Q. Rev. 172; 5 Can. L. Rev. 286, 306 
[1906]. 

LEGAL EDUCATION. 

Acquisition of legal knowledge. 1 Okla. L. 

Jnl. 18 [1902]. 
The American law school. [W. Jethro 

Brown] 21 Law Q. Rev. 69 [1905]. 
American law schools and the teaching of 

law. [George L. Reinhard] 16 Green 

Bag, 165 [1904]. 
Brief-making in law schools. [Alfred P. 

Mason] 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 294 [1905]. 
The Cape University law examinations and 

cramming. [George T. Morice] 23 S. A. 

L. J. 153 [1906]. 
Case method. [Paul Rowland] 4 West. 

Res. L. J. 29 [1898]. 
Civil law in law schools. [P. B. Williams] 

5 West. Res. L. J. 150 [1899]. 
A decade of progress in legal education. [E. 

W. Hu£Fcutt] 10 Am. Uw. 404 [1902]. 
The defects in the case system of teaching 

law. [Darius H. Pingrey] 11 Am. Law. 

343 [1903]. 
£>o we understand and rightly use the ''case 

system"? [I. W. Poltz] 39 Chic. L^. N. 

7 [1906]. 
Dwight method of legal instruction. [George 

Chase] 15 Am. Uw. 419 [1907]. 
Education for the English bar in the inns of 

court. [John Philip HiU] 15 Green 

Bag. 114 [1903]. 
Education in the art of practicing law. 

[Henry C. White] 4 West. Res. L. J. 

195 [1999]. 



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225 



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The education of law apprentices. [Henry 
H. Brown] 13 Scot. L. Rev. 235 [1897]. 

The education of lawyers. [Gilbert H. 
Stewart] 44 Ohio L. B. 59 [1900]. 

The education of the American lawyer. 

[George W. Kirchwey] 1 Am. Law 

Sch. Rev. 269 [1905]. 
The eighteenth century law student. 108 

L. T. 183 [1899]. 
Elective system in law schools. [Ernest W. 

Huffcutt] 67 Alb. L. J. 292; 1 Am. 

Law Sch. Rev. 248 [1905]. 
The evening law school. [Edward T. Lee] 

37 Chic. Leg. N. 331 [1905]. 
The faculty of law in a teaching university. 

[Montague Crackanthorpe] 23 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 67 [1898]. 
Function of the State University law school. 

[Andrew Alexander Bruce] 5 Mich. L. 

Rev. 1 [1906]. 
Graduating examination in the law school. 

[Raleigh C. Minor] 7 Va. L. Reg. 468 

[1901]. 
Has the study of law a place in a liberal 

education? [William Draper Lewis] 

48 Am. L. Reg. 321 [1900]. 
Higher legal education. [Frederick S. 

Spiegel] 49 Ohio L. B. 332 [1904]. 
How should evidence be taught? [Charles 

F. Chamberlayne] 18 Green Bag, 677 

[1906]. 
Humanistic and particularly classical studies, 

as a preparation for the law. [H. B. 

Hutchins] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 545; 40 

Chic. Leg. N. 13 [1907]. 
Inquiry in the present stateof legal education. 

39 Am. L. Rev. 581 [1905]. 
International law in legal education. [James 

B. Scott] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 409 [1904]. 
Instruction in finding cases. [Edward Q. 

Keasbey] 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 69 

[1903]. 
Instruction in law. [C. H. Harriman] 63 

Alb. L. J. 98 [1901]. 
Is apprenticeship in a law office desirable 

while pursuing a course of study in a law 

school? 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 83 [1903]. 

Is the B. A. degree essential for professional 

study? [Arthur D. Hadley] 1 Am. 

Law Sch. Rev. 379 [1906]. 
Jurisprudence: its place in the new cur- 

nculum. [William Galbraith Miller] 

6 Scot. L. T. 115. 128 [1899]. 



Law as an academic study. 7 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 203 [1904]. 
Law of insurance in the law school. [John 

A. Finch] 6 Am. Uw. 177 [1898]. 
Law school — its methods and functions. 

[George E. Gardner] 6 Am. Law. 93 

[1898]. 
Law school instruction in how to find the law. 

[Charles C. Moore] 7 Law Notes [N. Y.] 

64 [1903]. 
The law school of Paris. 107 L. T. 458 [1899]. 
Law schools and the legal profession. [W. 

Jethro Brown] 6 Can. L. Rev. 3 [1908]. 

Law schools and the profession. [V. O. 

Johnson] 5 West. Res. L. J. 61 [1899]. 
Law study and its methods. [W. B. Mor- 

com] 2 Nat. L. Q. 4 [1903]. 
Legal education. [F. M. Finch] 1 Colum. L. 

Rev. 94; 35 Am. L. Rev. 481; 111 L. T. 

463 [1901]. 

— [William P. Rogers] 48 Ohio L. B. 603 

[1903]. 

— [Augustine Burrell] 34 L. J. 88; 3 L. 

Notes [N. Y.] 10 [1899]. 

— [Alfred Hopkinson] 24 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 129 [1899]. 

— [J. W. Budd] 38 L. J. 507; 115 L. T. 537 

[1903]. 

— [N. J. D. Kennedy] 17 Jurid. Rev. 240 

[1905]. See 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 43 [1903]. 

Legal education and law practice. [Albert 
Swindlehurst] 34 Am. Rev. 214 [1900]. 

Legal education and proportion therefor. 

[Clarence D. Ashley] 8 Kan. Law. 3 

[Nov. 1901]. 
L^al education and the failure of the bar to 

perform its public duties. [William 

Draper Lewis] 54 Am. L. Reg. 629 

]1906]; 52 Ohio L. B. 409 [1907]. 
Legal education considered in connection 

with the proposed teaching University of 

London. [Lord Russell] 23 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 163 [1898]. 
Legal education from a ''coach's" point of 

view. [Walter G. Hart] 23 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 373 [1898]. 
Legal education in Canada. [N. W. Hoyles] 

19 Can. L. T. 261 [1899]; 1 Am. Uw 

Sch. Rev. 6 [1902]. 
Legal education in England. [T. Raleigh] 

10 Jurid. Rev. 1 [1898]. 
Legal education in Germany. [Edward V. 

Raynolds] 12 Yale L. J. 31 [1902]. 



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LEGAL EDUCATION 



Legal education in Germany. [GustaT 
Schimneister] 29 Law Mag. and Rev. 
129 [1904]. 

Legal education in Italy. [H. St. John- Mfld- 
may] 29 Law Mag. and Rev. 285 f 1904]. 

L^al education in Liverpool. 106 L. T. 273 
[1899]. 

Legal education in London. [Sir Thomas 

Ranleigh] 23 Law Q. Rev. 258 [1907]. 
L^^al education in Madras. 11 Mad. L. J. 

175 [1901]. 
L^al education in Ontario. [Edward Gillis] 

4 Can. L. Rev. ibl, 192 [1905]. 
Legal education at the National Capitol. 

[Charles Francis Canisi] 1 Am. Law 

Sch. Rev. 75 [1903]. 
Legal education in the Province of Quebec. 

[W. S. Jolinson] 4 Can. L. Rev. 451, 491 

[1905]. 
L^al education in the provinces. [F. J. 

Munby] 107 L. T. 527 [1899]; 34 L. J. 

561 [1899]. 
Legal education in the United States. [Henry 

Wade Rogers] 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 13 

[1902]. 
Legal knowledge. 4 Okla. L. Jnl. 336 [1906] 
Methods of legal education in the State of 

New York. [Clarence D. Ashley] 7 

Am. Uw. 186 [1899]. 
Next step in the evolution of the case-book. 

[AII>ert Martin Rales] 21 Harv. L. Rev. 

92 [1907]. 
Legal education and preparation therefor. 

[Clarence D. Ashley] 63 Alb. L. J. 392 

[1901]. 
Legal education of women. [Isabella Mary 

Pettus] 61 Alb. L. J. 325 [1900]. 
Legal training. [A. H. C. HamUton] 3 Alia. 

L. J. 163 [1906]. 
Methods followed in Germany by the histori- 
cal school of law. [Rudolf Leonhard] 

7 Colum. L. Rev. 559 [1907]. 
Methods for review and quiz in ''case system*' 

law schools. [Owen J. Roberts] 1 

Am. Law Sch. Rev. 222 [1904]. 
The neglect of legal education. 109 L. T. 167 

[1900]. 
Next step in the evolution of the case-book. 

[Albert Martin Kales] 21 Harv. L. Rev. 

92 [1907]. 
Notes on the early history of legal studies in 

England. [Joseph Walton] 25 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 51, 153, 389 [1899-1900]. I 



On the study of comparative jurisprudence. 
[Edward Jenks] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 446 
[1900]. 

The opportunities and responsibilities of 
American law schools. [Floyd R. 
R. Mechem] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 344; 39 
Chic. Leg. N. 354 [1907]. 

Origin and devdopment of the Bengal school 
of Hindu law. [Sarada Charan Mitra] 
21 Law Q. Rev. 380; 22 do. 50 [1905-6]. 

— [S. S. Setlur] 23 Uw Q. Rev. 202 [1907]. 
Overproduction of law. [Alfred C. Coxe] 

6 Colum. L. Rev. 102 [1906]. 
The place of law in the studies of a university. 

[Simeon E. Baldwin] 1 Am. Law Sch. 

Rev. 101 [1903]. 
A plea for a better system of l^^al education 

in the provinces. [G.. Glover Alex- 
ander] 30 Law Mag. and Rev. 1 [1904]. 
A plea for a general school of law. [Herbert 

Bentwich] 36 L. J. 516; 111 L. T. 536 

[1901]. 
A plea for higher standards in legal education. 

[W. P. Rogers] 52 Ohio L. B. 514 [1907]. 
Possibilities in legal education. [Edward 

Jenks] 23 Law Q. Rev. 266 ]1907]. 
Practice work in law schools. [James 

Parker Hall] 17 Green Bag, 528 [1905]. 
Practice work and elective studies in law 

schools. • [James Parker Hall] 1 Am. 

Uw Sch. Rev. 328 [1905]. 
Practice work in the law colleges. [Philip 

T. Van ZUe] 2 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 71 

[1907]. 
The preliminary education of the law student. 

[Eugene A. Gilmore] 15 Am. Law. 428 

[1907]. 
Preparation for the bar. [Lawrence Maz- 

weU, Jr.] 29 N. J. L. J. 106 [1906]. 
The proper preparation for the study of law. 

[William Draper Lewis] 48 Am. L. 

Reg. 633 [1900]. 
The purpose and method of a law school. 

[W. Jethro Brown] 18 Law Q. Rev. 78, 

192 [1902]; 6 Uw Notes [N. Y.J 181 [1903]. 
The re-adjustment of the collegiate to the 

professional course. [Simeon E. Bald- 

whi] 8 Yale L. J. 1 [1898]. 
The reform of legal education. [Thomas 

Baty] 28 Law Mag. and Rev. 151 [1903]. 
Roman law: its study in England. [T. W. 

Marshall] 26 Law Mag. and Rev. 288 

[1901]. 



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Scholarship the handmaiden of the law. 
[Peter J. Hamiltoa] 15 Green Bag, 159; 
2 Can. L. Rev. 556; 115 L. T. 36 [19031. 

A scientific school of legal thought. [Melyille 
M. Bigelow] 17 Green Bag, 1 [1905]. 

Scientific study of the Mohammadan law. 
[W. H. Rattigan] 17 Law Q. Rev. 402 
[19011. 

Seminary methods of legal instruction at the 
University of Berlin. [Ernest G. 
Lorenzenl 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 388 
[19061. 

Society and legal education. [J. Wreford 
Budd] 109 L. T. 561 [1900]. 

The state of legal education in the world. 
[Charles Noble Gregory] 34 Am. L. 
Rev. 841 [19001; HO L. T. 291, 316 
[1901]. 

Some merits in the case system of teaching 
law. [E. D. Perry] 12 Am. Law. Ill 
[1904]. 

Some phases of legal education at home and 
abroad. [William L. Burdick] 1 Am. 
Law Sch. Rev. 175 [1904]. 

The student menaced. [I. W. Foltz] 40 
Chic. Leg. N. 30, 34 [1907]. 

The study of elementary law, the proper 
beginning of a legal education. [Simeon 
E. Baldwin] 13 Yale L. J. 1 [1903]. 

The study of international law in law schools. 
[Cliarles Noble Gregory] 2 Am. Law 
Sch. Rev. 41 [1907]. 

Study of the law. 3 Okla. L. Jnl. 1, 35. 67, 
95, 133 [1904]. 

The study of the law. [James Brown Scott] 
2 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 1 [1906]. 

The study of the law in South Africa. [Man- 
fred Nathan] 20 S. A. L. J. 270 [1903]. 

Systems in legal education. [John Wurtz] 
17 Yale L. J. 86 [1907]. 

Teaching conrnierdal law. [William C. 
Sprague] 17 Am. Leg. N. 197 [1906]. 

Teaching law by cases. [Simeon E. Bald- 
win] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 258 [1900]. 

Teaching of English law at Harvard. [A. V. 
Dicey] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 422 [1900]. 

The teaching of Indian law in London. 108 
L. T. 167 [1899]. 

The teaching of law. [Darius H. Pingrey] 
35 Chic. Leg. N. 397 [1903]. 

The teaching of law in France. [Thomas 
Barclay] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 131 [1900]. 



The teaching of Sir Henry Maine. [Paul 
Vinogradoffl 20 Uw Q. Rev. 119 [1904]. 

The University of the Cape of Good Hope 
and its examinations in law. 22 S. A. 
L. J. 9 [1905]. 

Universities and legal education. [F. J. 
Munby] 109 L. T. 562 [1900]. 

Value of legal knowledge in banking. [C. T. 
Granger] 20 Bank L. J. 370 [1903]. 

Wage of law teachers. [Charles Noble 
Gregory] 14 Law Q. Rev. 34 [1898]. 

Why law schools are crowded. [Isaac 
Franklin RusseU] 60 Alb. L. J. 167 
[1899]. 

The work of a school of law. [W. Blake 
Odgers] 19 Law Q. Rev. 55; 12 Yale L. 
J. 130 [1903]. 

LEGAL ETHICS. 

Advertising vs. waiting. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 
203 [1903]. 

Ambulance chasing. [E. G. Mansfield] 67 

Alb. L. J. 195 [1905]. 
A case of professional ethics. [Jesse S. 

Reeves] 16 Green Bag, 458 [1904]. 
Code of ethics. [T. P. Jacobs] 9 Bar, 35 

[1902]; 10 Am. Uw. 538 [1902]. 
A code of legal ethics. Adopted by the 

Colorado Bar Assn. 6 Brief, 212 [1906]. 
Commercialism in the practice of the law. 

[Duane Mowry] 64 Alb. L. J. 359 

[1902]. 
Conformity of legal decisions to ethical 

standard of right. [Alva Grover Tlb- 

betts] 40 Am. L. Rev. 391; 6 Can. L. 

Rev. 141. 168; 121 L. T. 440 [1906]. 
Defending a guilty client. [Louis Sond- 

heim] 7 Bar, 223 [1900]. 
A defense of the criminal bar. [The cele- 
brated case of the Booms. 5 L. Rep. 

193, 1843.] 29 Nat. Corp. Rep. 633. 672, 

706 [1904r-5]. 
The ethical obligations of the lawyer as a 

lawmaker. [David J. Brewer] 12 Am. 

Uw. 299 [1904]. 
The ethics of advocacy. [Warwick Fielding 

Chipman] 6 Can. L. Rev. 230 [1906]; 

69 Alb. L. J. 233 [1907]; [Charles E. 

Wolverton] 8 Am. Law. 62 [1900]; 

[Showell Rogers] 15 Law Q. Rev. 259 

[1899]. 
Ethics of bench and bar. [T. F. Jones] 

1 So. L. Rev. 763 [1902], 



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Etbicf of the law of negligence. (John 
Woodward] 63 Alb. L. J. 220 [1901]. 

Ethics of the practice. [W. R. Blddle] 14 
Am, Uw. 1»7; 29 N. J. L. J. 200 
[1906]. 

Fidelity to the court and client in criminal 
cafes. [JaoMS T. Mitchdl] 62 Alb. 
L. J. 18 (1900). 

General duties of the lawyer to his client — 
a lesson in legal ethics. [Louis J. 
RoMnbcfig] 63 Alb. L. J. 356 [1901]. 

The lawyer's methods of advertising. [Mlt- 
chcU D. FoUanslMel 10 Am. Uw. 486 
[1902]; 35 Chic. Leg. N. 176 [1903]; 6 
Brief, 276 [1906]. 

Legal duties and rights. [Henry T. Terry] 
12 Yale L. J. 185 [1903]. 

Legal ethics. [John Edward Roae] 20 Can. 
L. T. 59 [19001. 

— [Sir John A. Boyd] 4 Can. L. Rev. 85 

[1905]. 

— [Frank P. Prichard] 54 Am. L. Reg. 1 

10 L. Notes [N. Y.] 51 [1906]. 

— [John Charles Harris] 69 Alb. L. J. 300 

52 Ohio L. B. 542 [1907]. 

— [John C. Mahon] 15 Am. Law. 326 [1907] 

14 Bar. 37 [Oct. 1907). 

— [Henry Wade Rogers] 16 Yale L. J. 225 

[1907]. 
I^egitimacy of business methods in the law. 

[Raymond D. Thurber] 5 Bench and 

Bar, N. Y.. 51 [1906]. 
Professional ethics. [William Wirt Howe] 

5 Va. L. Reg. 506 [1899]. 
Professional ethics. 122 L. T. 199 [1906]. 
Professional misconduct. 50 Sol. J. 122 

[1905]. 
Some actual problems of professional ethics. 

[Everett V. Abbot] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 

714 [1902]. 

Some questions of legal ethics suggested by 

the life and career of Lord Chancellor 

Bacon. [Ricliard L. Ashurst] 18 Green 

Bag. 503 [1906]. 
The soul of the profession. [Charles F. 

Chamberlayne] 18 Green Bag. 396 

[1906]. 
The standard of admission and legal ethics. 

[Charles F. Warren] 1 N. C. L. J. 205 

[1900]. 
Legal etymology. [James Williams] 28 

Law Mag. and Rev. 257 [1903]. 



Legal fiction with tu wings clipped. (Simeon 
E. Baldwin] 41 Am. L. Rev. 38 [1907]. 

Legal life in the American far-west — a 
Belgian view of western justice. (A. 
NMndL] 14 Yale L. J. 380 [1905]. 

Legal mind. The. [A. E. Wilkinson] 12 

Am. Law. 441 [1904]. 

Legal moraUty. 20 S. A. L. J. 255 [1903]. 
Legal museum. 3 Bom. L. R. 245 [1901]. 
Legal nomendature. 117 L. T. 270 [1904]. 

LEGAL PROFESSION. 

See also Admission to the Bar; Attorney and 
Client; Legal Education; L^;al Ethics. 

Absent-mindedness on the bench and at the 
bar in Ireland. 12 Green Bag. 69 [1900]. 

The advocate: or the art of presenting cases 
to the court or jury. [N. H. Loonds] 
5 Brief. 19 [1904]. 

After the credit man, the lawyer. (Jesse 
HiAden] 6 Am. Law. 336 [1898]. 

The agency of the bar and the bench in mak- 
ing and developing the written and the 
unwritten law. [F. J. Didunan] 40 
Ohio L. B. 105 [1898]. 

The American lawyer. [Alfred Hemenway] 
13 Am. Law. 531; 17 Green Bag, 514; 
39 Am. L. Rev. 641; 9 Law Notes [N. 
Y.l 127 [1905]. 

The American lawyer of today. [Richard 
Olney] 12 Am. Law. 285 [1904]. 

The American lawyers and their making. 

[Charles Noble Gregory] 39 Chic. L^. 

N. 30; 14 Am. Uw. 147 [1906]. 
Ancient lawyers. [Eugene F. Ware] 19 

Green Bag, 478 [1907]. 
Anecdotes of the Irish bar. [T. P. Stuart] 

7 Law Notes [N. Y.] 11 [1903]. 
Arguments of counsel. [Morton John 

Stevenson] 63 Cent. L. J. 398 [1906]. 
The attorney in the poets. [E. B. V. Chris- 
tian] 23 Law Mag. and Rev. 173, 350; 

24 do. 96 [1898]. 
Attorneys and councellors. [Henry H. 

IngersoU] 16 Yale L. J. 577 [1907]. 
The bar. and its modern development. [Nor- 
man W. Hoyles] 3 Can. L. Rev. 361 

[1904]. 
The bar in France. [Edward S. Cox-Sinclalr] 

31 Law Mag. and Rev. 171; 32 do. 406 

[1906-7]. 
Bar of early Maryland. [Elihu S. Riley] 

12 Green Bag. 577 [1900]. 



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The bar of England. [Lindaay RuMell] 

11 Am. Uw. 481 [1903]. 

The bar of England. 105 L. T. 521 [1808}. 
The bars of United States and England. 

[Edward S. Cox-Sindair] 19 Green 

Bag, 702 [1907]. 

Barrister's roll. [W. C. BoUand] 23 Law 

Q. Rev. 438 [1907]. 
The beginning of a lawyer. [F. S. Tatham] 

1 Nat. L. Q. 280 [1902]. 
The bench and bar in France. [Erasmus 

Darwin Parker] 24 Law Mag. and Rev. 

431 [1899]. 
The bench and bar in the middle ages. 106 

L. T. 368 [1899]. 
The business lawyer of today. [James B. 

DiU] 65 Alb. L. J. Ill [1903]. 
Can lawyers be honest? [Joseph M. Sulli- 
van] 65 Alb. L. J. 334 [1903]; 3 Can. L. 

Rev. 179 [1904]. 
Changed conditions in the practice of law. 

[Edward P. Wldte] 12 Am. Law. 52; 

66 Alb. L. J. 37 [1904]. 
Changes in the law and in the position and 

requirements of the legal profession 

during the last sixty years. [Lord Low] 

14 Scot. L. Rev. 1 [1898]. 
Changing conditions in the legal profession. 

[E. W. Cans] 14 Am. Leg. N. 75 [1903]. 
A chat about barristers. 12 Green Bag, 628 

[1900]. 
Choice of a profession — the law. [Stewart 

L. Woodford] 60 Alb. L. J. 27 [1899]. 

Colonial bar and the American revolution. 

[William F. Gurley] 6 Brief. 289 [1906]. 
Comedy of professional errors: the wrong 

Mrs. Sampson. [Baxter Barret] 13 

Green Bag, 539 [1901]. 
The commercial lawyer. [Geo. H. Carr] 

, 36 Chic. Leg. N. 22 [1903]. 
Compensation of attorneys. 3 Okla. L. J. 

348 [1905]. 
Conflicts between bench and bar. 33 Jr. 

L. T. 417 [1899]. 
Corporation lawyers. [W. W. Howe] 6 Can. 

L. Rev. 419 [1906]. 
Constitution of the Council of the Law 

Society. 26 L. Notes [Gib.] 175, 21 [1907]. 
Corporation lawyers. [William Wirt Howe] 

16 Yale L. J. 497 [1907]. 
Corporation problem and the lawyer's part in 

its solution. [Peter S. Grosscup] 39 

Am. L. Rev. 835 [1905]. 



Coundl elections. [W. P. W. Phillmore] 
111 L. T. 535 [1901]. 

County lawyers. [Smith D. Fry] 58 Alb. 
L. J. 44; 6 Am. Law. 138 [1898]. 

Court and bar of colonial Virginia. [Bushrod 
C. Washington] 12 Green Bag, 470 
[1900]. 
Customs of the lawyers in regard to the open- 
* ing of term. 123 L. T. 507 [1907]. 

Decadence of law as a profession and its 
growth as a business. [Robert Treat 
Piatt] 12 Yale L. J. 441 [1903]. 

Decentralization of the bar. 114 L. T. 470 
[1903]. 

The decline of the practicing lawyer. 25 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 69 [1902]. 

Defended the wrong client. 61 Alb. L. J. 
107 [1900]. 

Does the city or small town offer the best 
inducements to the young lawyer start- 
ing in the practice of law? 2 Am. Law 
Sch. Rev. 102 [1907]. 

Duties and responsibilities of the American 
lawyer in the twentieth century. [Hilary 
A. Herbert] 1 So. L. Rev. 717 [1902]. 

Duties, obligations, and liabilities of attor- 
neys. [C. H. Van Zyl] 15 Cape L. J. 
77, 157 [1898]. 

Duties of bench and bar. [William A. Mor- 
gan] 33 Chic. Leg. N. 433; 5 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 29 [1901]. 

Early Iowa lawyers and judges. [Jolui F. 
Dillon] 68 Alb. L. J. 268; 40 Am. L. 
Rev. 377; 14 Am. Law. 250 [1906]. 

The educational status of the legal profession. 

[Edwin G. Dexter] 15 Green Bag, 217 

[1903]. 
Eliminating the lawyer. 52 Sol. J. 56 [1907]. 
Eloquence at the bar. 104 L. T. 358 [1898]. 

The end of lawyers. [James Hamilton 
Lewis] 37 Chic. Leg. N. 411 [1905]. 

English, French, and Belgian bars. [Mal- 
colm Mcllwraith] 14 Law Q. Rev. 
169; 105 L. T. 314 [1898]. 

English lawyer of to-day. [Mitchell D. 
Follansbee] 1 Can. L. Rev. 307; 10 
Am. Uw. 10 [1902]. 

The essentials of a lawyer. [Frank J. 
Loesch] 30 N. J. L. J. 140 [1907]. 

The ethical obligations of the lawyer as a 
lawmaker. [David J. Brewer] 12 Am. 
Uw. 299 [1904]. 



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Ethics of bench and bar. (T. F. Jones] 1 
So. L. Rev. 763 [1902]. 

Etiquette of the English bar. 104 L. T. 546 
[1898]; 12 Green Bag, 95 [1900]. 

The French bar. [Paul Fuller] 16 Yale L. 
J. 457 [1907]. 

From lawyer to literature. [George H* 

Weetley] 12 Green Bag, 446 11900]. 
Getting into the legal profession in Germany. 

[William C. Dreher] 33 Am. L. Rev. 

284 [1899]. 
Glances at our colonial bar. 11 Green Bag, 

220, 262 [1899]. 
Great lawyers, and how they won. [WilUam 

G. Peckham] 14 Green Bag, 173 [1902]; 

1 N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 441 [1904]. 
Heredity and lawyers. 107 L. T. 165 [1899]. 
His first client. [David H. Talmadge] 12 

Green Bag, 450 [1900]. 
Thehonouroftheprofession. 112L.T.34[1901]. 
How to get law practice. [Lewis E. Stanton] 

16 Yale L. J. 405 [1907]. 
Ideals of the American advocate — a sym- 
posium. [Simeon E. Baldwin, Henry 

Wade Rogers, U. M. Rose, John F. 

Philips, T. A. Sherwood, J. W. Dono- 
van, William T. Lord] 58 Cent. L. J. 

423 [1904]. 
Imaginary decadence of the modem bar. 9 

Law Notes [N. Y.] 211 [1906]. 
In Marshall's day and ours. [Alfred C. 

Coxe] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 88 [1903]. 
The Indian bar as a profession. 109 L. T. 

420 [1900]. 
Is law for the people or for the bwyers? 

[Alfred Emden] 1 Can. L. Rev. 14 [1901]. 
Judge and lawyer. [T. C. Glannlnl] 24 

Law Mag. and Rev. 81 [1898]. 
Law and lawyers in quotations. [Theodore 

D. Gottlieb] 28 N. J. L. J. 38 [1905]. 
Law and lawyers of Charles Dickens. [John 

MarshaU Gest] 53 Am. L. Reg. 401 

[1905]. 
Law and lawyers of Dickens. [Victor H. 

Wallace] 2 Law Notes [N. Y.] 226 [1899]. 
The law and lawyers of Thackeray. 106 L. 

T. 59 [1898]. 
The law and the lawyer [Chicago Examiner], 

30 Nat. Corp. Rep. 565 [1905]. 
Lai^as a business. [George F. Shelton] 

10 Yale L. J. 275 [1901]. 
The law as an intellectual forcing house 

[Spectator], 36 Chic. Leg. N. 228 [1904]. 



The law as a profession for women. [G. 
Floe. Grelg] 6 Com. L. Rev. 145 [1909]. 

Law schools .and the legal profession. [W. 
Jethro Brown] 6 Com. L. Rev. 3 [1908]. 

The lawyer. [C. M. Stedman] 2 N. C. L. 
J. 99 [1901]. 

— [W. R. Curran] 35 Chic. Leg. N. 286 

[1903]. 

— [W. T. Spear] 48 Ohio L. B. 944 [1903]. 

— [William R. RIddeU] 27 Can. L. T. 785 

[1907]. 
The lawyer — a pest or a panacea? [Francis 

M. Burdick] 16 Green Bag, 226; 12 Am. 

Law. 165 [1904]. 
The lawyer and the doctor. [Mary Eliza- 
beth Lease] 17 Med. Leg. J. 448 [1900]. 
The lawyer and the judge. [Charles Alston 

Cook] 2 N. C. Jnl. of Uw. 499 [1905]. 
The lawyer and the state. [Henry Wade 

Rogers] 10 Yale L. J. 301 [1901]. 
The lawyer in literature. [Melville D. Poet] 

11 Green Bag. 553 [1899]. 
Lawyer in public offairs. [Alton B. Parker] 

13 Am. Law. 323; 17 Green Bag. 338; 
37 Chic. Leg. N. 338 [1905]. 

Lawyer of the age. 2 Okla. L. Jnl. 347 

[1904]. 
The lawyer of the day. [Edwin T. Merrick] 

14 Am. Law. 266 [1906]. 

The lawyer of the future. [R. Tate Irvine] 
6 Va. L. Reg. 285; 7 Bar. 199 [1900]. 

The lawyer today. [Lloyd W. Bowers] 38 
Am. L. Rev. 823 [1904]. 

Lawyers and corporate capitalization. [Ed- 
ward M. Shepard] 30 N. J. L. J. 69 
[1907]. 

Lawyer's bills. [Edward J. Luce] 21 N. J. 
L. J. 297 [1898]. 

The lawyer's conscience. [T. H. Marshall] 
14 Am. Law. 244 [1906]. 

The lawyer's education. [Leslie J. Tomp- 
kins] 15 Am. Law. 423 [1907]. 

Lawyer's farewell to his muse. [Sir William 
Blackstone] 1 So. L. Rev. 212 [1901]. 

Lawyer's highest duty to his client. [D. P. 
Baldwin] 1 Ind. L. J. 10 11898]. 

The lawyer's lachrymal rights. [Albert W. 
Gaines] 38 Am. L. Rev. 695 [1904]. 

The lawyer's part in the administration of 
justice. [Charles Na^] 52 Ohio L. B. 
370 [1907]. 

The lawyer's patron saint. [John De Mor- 
gan] 14 Green Bag, 443 [1902]. 



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The lawyer's patron saint. [A. V. D. Wat- 
tenon] 15 Green Bag, 81 [1903]. 

The lawyer's place in the Empire — a 
cosmopolitan profession. [W. N. Pon- 
ton] 38 Can. L. J. 10; 112 L. T. 202 
[1902]. 

The lawyer's power. [C. D. Merrick] 5 Bar 

191 [1898]. 

Lawyers. [Sigma] 3 Can. L. Rev. 41, 101 

[1904]. 

Lawyers and corporate capitalization. [Ed- 
ward M. Shepard] 18 Green Bag, 601; 
5 Can. L. Rev. 450 [1906]. 

Lawyers and scholarship. [Walter L. Miller] 
34 Am. L. Rev. 87 [1900]. 

Lawyers and the Francis letters. Ill L. T. 
228 [1901]. 

Lawyer^ and the public. [Maurice W. 

Richmond] 18 Law Q. Rev. 400 [1902]. 
Lawyers and the trusts. [Walter S. Logan] 

9 Law Notes [N. Y.] 90; 13 Am. Law. 

243; 37 Chic. Leg. N. 395 [1905]. 
Lawyers at the commencement of the nine- 
teenth century. A retrospect. [Robert 

L. Devonshire] 34 L. J. 612; 107 L. T. 

525 [1899]. 
Lawyers in the English parliament. [Edward 

Parritt] 11 Green Bag, 131 [1899]. 
Lawyers of ancient Greece. [Harry Shel- 

mh-e Hopper] 67 Alb. L. J. 10 [1905]. 
Lawyers of ancient Rome. [Harry Shel- 

mire Hopper] 66 Alb. L. J. 248 [1904]. 
Lawyers of Dickens. [A. M. Denovan] 5 

Can. L. Rev. 296 [1906]. 
Lawyers vs. the rest of mankind. [S. B. 

Davis] 58 Alb. L. J. 265; 2 Ind. L. J. 

4 [1898]. 
The lawyers of the American revolution. 

[E. P. Gates] 39 Am. L. Rev. 84 [1905]. 
Leaves from the note book of an advocate. 

106 L. T. 390. 437, 460, 481, 507, 529, 

550, 577, 606; 107 do. 10, 39 [1899]. 

Legal duties and rights. [Henry T. Terry] 

12 Yale L. J. 185 [1903]. 
The legal profession for women. [Catherine 

Wau^ McCuUoch] 34 Chic. Leg. N. 

29 [1901]. 
Legal profession in Ontario — its origin and 

history. [Sir John A. Boyd] 6 Can. L. 

Rev. 51 [1906]. 
Legal profession in Scotland. [Dove Wilson] 

12 Scot. L. Rev. 143 [1896]. 



Legal profession in the fourteenth and 
fifteenth centuries. [W. S. Holdsworth] 
23 Law Q. Rev. 448. 

The legal profession in the South. [Walter 
L. Miller] 33 Am. L. Rev. 84 [1899]. 

Limb of the law. [Charles W. Tillett] 1 

N. C. L. J. 237 [1900]. 

Literary diversions of a young lawyer in 
New York City at the close of the 
eighteenth century. [Gilbert Ray Hayes] 
63 Alb. L. J. 15 [1901]. 

Literature and the bar. [George B. Rose] 
63 Alb. L. J. 455; 1 Can. L. Rev. 107; 
5 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 108 [1901]; 1 So. 
L. Rev. 582; 112 L. T. 599 [1902]. 

London K. C.'s and their chambers. [A. 
Wallis Myers] 2 Can. L. Rev. 468 [1903]. 

Long addresses at the bar in Rome. [William 
Lee] 23 S. A. L. J. 364 [1906]. 

Loves of the lawyers. 105 L. T. 338 [1898]; 
11 Green Bag, 500 [1899]. 

MiUtary lawyers. 104 L. T. 202 [1898]; 
11 Green Bag, 251 [1899]. 

The modem lawyer of the present day. [Ivy 

Lee] [From World*s Work] 29 Nat. Corp. 

Rep. 321 [1904]. 
Moral personality and legal personality. 

[F. W. Maitland] 5 Can. L. Rev. 104, 

166 [1906]. 
Morals of the professions. 11 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 147 [1907]. 
The new "Association Internationale des 

Avocats." [Simeon E. Baldwin] 15 

Yale L. J. 163 [1906]. 
New conditions and the old lawyer. [John 

C. Boyle] 4 Brief, 351 [1903]. 

The obligations of the lawyer to himself and 
to his profession. [Henry V. Freeman] 
31 Chic. Leg, N. 340 [1899]. 

Observations on the art of advocacy. [David 
Dundas] 15 Jurid Rev. 329 [1903]; 3 
Can L. Rev. 171, 247 [1904]. 

The old bw quarter. 105 L. T. 250 [1898]. 

On Scottish serjeanties. [George Neilson] 
15 L. Q. Rev. 405 [1899]. 

On the circuit in southern West Virginia. 

[Edward S. Doolittle] 13 Green Bag, 

284 [1901]. 
Opportunity and duty of the Southern lawyer. 

[Hugh R. Garden] 2 N. C. Jnl. of Law, 

71 [1905]. 



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Opportunity in the law. [Louis D. Brandeis] 
12 Bar, 25 [Nov. 1905]. 

The Order of the Coif. 108 L. T. 243 [1900]; 
[Phiroae B. M. Malabori] 12 Am. Law. 
209, 245 [1904]. 

The organization of a legal business. [Regi- 
nald V. Harris] 6 Can. L. Rev. 355, 401 
[1906] 

Our profession. [Joseph H. Choate] 15 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 771; 6 Am. Law. 89 
[1896]. 

Our state and national indebtedness to the 
English and American bars. [John B. 
Cassldy] 2 Brief, 313 [1900]. 

The part of the bar with the work and history 
of the Supreme Court of the United 
States. [Judson Harmon] 45 Ohio 
L. B. 127 [1901]. 

The passing of the serjeant. [George H. 
Westley] 12 Green Bag, 275 [1900]. 

A plea for a national bar. [Arthur H. 
Davis] 1 Can. L. Rev. 163 [1904]. 

Popular self-mastery — the duty of lawyers 
towards its promotion. [P. S. Grosscup] 
6 Am. Law. 85 [1898]. 

Practice of the learned professions. [Edwin 
Maxey] 69 Alb. L. J. 375 [1907]. 

The preservation of the influence of the legal 
profession. [C. La Rue Munson] 31 
Chic. Leg. N. 436 [1899]. 

The privUeges of the bar. 105 L. T. 434 [1898]. 

The privil^;e8, responsibilities, and restric- 
tions affecting King's Counsel in Scot- 
land. 14 Scot. L. T. 162 [1907]. 

The profession and public opinion. [R. G. 
Lawson] 38 L. J. 628; 115 L. T. 593 
[1903]. 

The profession and the Society: the Society 
and the Council. [J. S. Beale] 111 
L. T. 534 [1901]. 

The profession in Brazil. 114 L. T. 25 [1902]. 

The profession in the political history of the 
United States. [Victor H. Metcalf] 
16 Yale L. J. 182 [1907]. 

Professional courtesy toward the bench. 
[Henry Bischoff, Jr.] 2 Brief, 259 [1900]. 

Professional men and public enterprise. 
[Francis K. Carey] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 
377 [1906]. 

The professional rebtions of the lawyer to 
the client, to the court, and the com- 
munity. [Henry Wynans Jessup] 5 
Brief, 145, 238, 335 [1904-6]. 



Professional responsibility. [Richard L. 
Hand] 13 Am. Law. 160 [1905]. 

Professional responsibility. [W. M. Reed] 
52 Ohio L. B. 466 [1907]. 

The Queen's counsel. 27 Wash. L. R. 500 
[1899]. 

The rank of King's Counsel in Scotland. 
17 Scot. L. Rev. 169 [1901]. 

Recollections of a practitioner. [John S. 
Wilkes] 11 Law Notes [N. Y.] 109 [1907]. 

Recollections of law and lawyers. [Lewis 

E. Stanton] 11 Bar, 20 [May, 1904]; 37 
Chic. Leg, N. 104 [1904]. 

Recollections of the bench and bar in Central 
Ohio forty years ago. [Martin Wdker] 

4 West. Res. L. J. 57 [1898]. 

Relation of lawyer to society. [J. O. Troup] 

5 West. Res. L. J. 42 [1899]. 

The relation of the American bar to the state. 

[George F. Hoar] 4 Va L. Reg. 205 

[1898]. 
Relation of the bench and bar. [W. Z. Davis] 

62 Alb. L. J. 292; 44 Ohio L. B. 120 

[1900]. 
Relarion of the lawyer to society. [Samuel 

F. Moore] 12 Kan. Uw. 2 [Nov. 1905]. 

Reminiscence of a North Carolina lawyer. 

[John L. Bridgers] 2 N. C. L. J. 187, 

223. 253 [1901-2]. 
The responsibility of the lawyer in the 

legislature. [G. F. Grattan] 12 Am. 

Uw. 201 [1904]. 

The right to practice law. [George L. 

Relnhard] 1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 211 

[1904]. 
The rights and duties of an advocate. [£. W. 

Cox-Slndah*] 116 L. T. 116 [1903]. 

Rights of junior counsel. 35 Jr. L. T. 119 

[1901]. 
The rise of the legal profession in England. 

[A. Flndlay] 2 Natal. L. Q. 208 [1903]. 
The secrets of a lawyer's fee book. 1 N. Ir. 

Jur. 37 [1900]. 
Sergeants-at-law in New Jersey. [Francis 

B. Lee] 21 N. J. L. J. 200 [1898]. 

Should a young lawyer enter politics? 1 Am. 

Law Sch. Rev. 53 [1903]. 
Some anecdotes of the Irish bar. 6 Law 

Notes [N. Y.l 80 [1902]. 

Some delights of the legal profession. [WUlls 
B. Dowd] 13 Green Bag, 417 [1901]. 



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LEGISLATION 



Some duties of American lawyers to American 
law. [ElihuRoot]14YaleL.J.e3(1904]. 

Some professional improprieties. (Joseph 
Mordand] 6 Am. Law. 12 [18d8]. 

Some philosophy of law and lawyers. 
[Samuel C. Graham] 49 Ohio L. B. 
51 [1904]. 

Some types of lawyers. [Hany Shelmire 

Hopper] 66 Alb. L. J. 51 [1904]. 
Some words as to courts, practice, and 

practitioners, before and since the code. 

[E. B. Taylor] 5 West. Res. L. J. 169 

[1899]. 
The soul of the profession. [Charles F. 

Chamberlayne] 18 Green Bag, 396; 

121 L. T. 524 [1906]. 
The Southern lawyer and the negro. [Fabiua 

H. Busbee] 12 Am. Uw. 345 [1904]. 
State and national indebtedness to the Eng- 
lish and American bars. [John B. 

Caasidy] 2 Brief, 313 [1900]. 
Status of Canadian Queen's Counsel. [Al- 
bert Swindlehurst] 14 Law Q. Rev. 

195 [1898]. 
Strong and weak lawyers. 3 Okla. L. Jnl. 379 

[1905]. 
Suggestions for reform of the legal profession. 

[J. J. Faulkner] 34 L. J. 543 [1899]. 
The training of the lawyer and its relation 

to general education. (Clarence D. 

Ashley] 7 Am. Law. 517 [1899]. 
The twentieth century lawyer. [J. H. 

Henderson] 10 Am. Law. 243 [1902]. 
The universal congress of lawyers and jurists. 

[Ed. Fahre Surveyer] 3 Can. L. Rev. 

571 [1904]. 
A university training as a preparation for the 

legal profession. [A. H. F. Lefroy] 1 

Can. L. Rev. 37 [1901]. 
Unscrupulous lawyer and an ingenious 

defence. [John De Mor^n] 13 Green 

Bag, 425 [1901]. 
Village lawyers. 33 Ir. L. T. 145 [1899]. 
The way to success as a lawyer. [Charles P. 

Johnson] 11 Am. Law. 10; 27 N. J. L. 

J. 40 [1904]. 
West Virginia's standard for lawyers. [B. 

M. Ambler] 5 Bar, 92 [1898]. 
Wit and wisdom of bench and bar. [Edmund 

G. Kaye] 24 Can. L. T. 68 [1904]. 
Women as lawyers. 59 Alb. L. J. 275 [1899]. 
Women lawyers of Illinois. [James B. Brad- 

weU] 32 Chic. Leg. N. 339 [1900]. 



Word of advice to young lawyers. [George 
R. MUbum] 12 Yale L. J. 484 [1903]. 

The young barrister in court. [Henry M. 
Dowling] 55 Cent. L. J. 225; 2 Can. L. 
Rev. 101 [1902]. 

The young lawyer. [F. Chas. Hume, Jr.] 

13 Kan. Law. 12; 5 Can. L. Rev. 420; 

11 Rev. Leg. 371; 2 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 

18 [1906]. 
The young lawyer and his beginnings. [Al- 
bert J. Beveridge] 1 So. L. Rev. 196; 

9 Am. Uw. 221 [1901]. 
Young lawyers and some of the obstacles 

they encounter. [Eugene Ray] 67 Alb. 

L. J. 66 [1905]. 
The young lawyer in the large city. [Walter 

W. Filkin] 7 Brief, 19 [1907]. 
Legal rambles: [Edward Manson.] 

I. Lincoln's Inn Fields. 42 L. J. 357 

[1907]. 
IL Gray's Inn. 42 L. J. 408 [1907]. 
Legal sjrstems in England and America. 

[John J. 0*Connor] 64 Alb. L. J. 239 

[1902]. 

I. Personal injury actions. 

A. The plaintiflF's standpoint. [An- 
drew J. mrschi] 1 111. L. Rev. 16 
[1906]. 

B. The defendant's standpoint. [Sam- 
uel S. Page] 1 111. L. Rev. 27 [1906]. 

II. Practice in the Municipal Court of 
Chicago, [mram T. Gilbert] 1 111. 
L. Rev. 94 [1906]. 

III. The acquisition and retention of a 
clientage. [Frank J. Loesch] 1 111. 
L. Rev. 455 [1906]. 

LEGISLATION. 

See also Names of States and Countries 
and Subjects L^slated Upon. 

Acts of Congress declared unconstitutional 
by the Supreme Court of the United 
States. [Blackburn Esterline] 38 Am. 
L. Rev. 21 [1904]. 

Adventurous Indian legislation. 114 L. T. 
259 [1903]. 

Aesthetic enjoyment as an object of legis- 
lation. 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 87 [1905]. 

The "affecting" of contracts by statute. 116 
L. T. 470 [1904]. 

The American merchant marine — Legis- 
lation as a factor in its development. 
[R. G. Bickford] 11 Am. Law. 488, 527 
[1904]. 



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234 



LEGISLATION 



Amendment of private bill procedure. 68 
J. P. 253. 362 [1904]. 

Anti-football legislation. [W. R. Abbot, 
Jr.] 4 Va. L. Reg. 440 [1898]. 

Anti-monopoly legislation from the days of 
Elizabeth to the Anti-Trust act of 1890. 
[Flora V. Woodward Tlbbits] 55 Cent. 
L. J. 144 [1902]. 

Anti-Trust Act and the Merger case. [Vic- 
tor Morawetz] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 533 
[1904]. 

Anti-trust legislation and the doctrine against 
contracts in restraint of trade. [Fred- 
erick H. Coolce] 33 Am. L. Rev. 63 
[1899]. 

Are acts of the legislature void because 
violative of common right? [Henry M. 
Dowling] 62 Cent. L. J. 144 [1906]. 

The Armstrong amendments — a synopsis of 
New York's new insurance legislation. 
[H. Gerald Cliapin] 14 Am. Law. 389 
[1906]. 

Comparative legislation as to habitual drunk- 
ards. [R. W. Lee] 3 L. Comp. L^. 241 
[1901]. 

Comparative legislation in bankruptcy. 
[Ricliard Brown] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 251 
[1900]. 

Conciliation or arbitration legislation. [J. R. 
McSwaine] 4 Natal L. Q. 16 [1905]. 

Constitutional limitations on primary election 
legislation. [Floyd R. Mediem] 3 Mich. 
L. Rev. 364 [1905]. 

Constitutional prohibition of local and 
special legislation in Pennsylvania. 
[Thomas Raebum White] 50 Am. L. 
Reg. 27 [1902]. 

A dangerous tendency of legislation. [Wil- 
liam A. Glasgow] 37 Am. L. Rev. 845 
[1903]. 

Dangerous trades and legislation. [Thomas 
Oliver] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 157 [1906]. 

Defects in legis&tion. [Lewis M. Machen] 
11 Va. L. Reg. 451, 555 [1905]. 

Deliberate legislation. [Carman F. Ran- 
dolph] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 92 [1902]. 

Dominent opinions in England during the 

nineteenth century as to legislation. 

[C. C. LangdeU] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 151 

[1906]. 
Early legislative turmoils in New Jersey. 

[William Nelson] 28 N. J. L. J. 165 

[1905]. 



Electric power bills. 64 J. P. 435 [1900]. 

The evolution of state legislative methods. 
[Henry McLean] 15 Am. Law. 78 [1907]. 

An experiment in labor legisbtion. [Austin 
Lewis] 35 Am. L. Rev. 252 [1901]. 

Ex-territorial legislation and jurisdiction. 
12 Green Bag, 110 [1900]. 

Extra-territorial criminal legislation of Can- 
ada. [Frank A. Anftlin] 19 Can. L. T. 
1, 38 [1899]. 

Factory legislation. 70 J. P. 267 [1906]. 

The feasibility of testing the constitutionality 
of a bill before its enactment. [Paul 
A. Moses] 32 Nat. Corp. Rep. 574 [1906]. 

The financial aspect of parliamentary private 
bill procedure. [Charles A. Stannell] 
35 It. L. T. 34, 50 [1901]. 

The follies of legislatures. [Eltweed Pom^ 
roy] 12 Green Bag, 14 [1900]. 

French legislation in 1900. [George R. 
Barclay] 3 J. Comp. L^. 117 [1901]. 

German legislation in 1900. [Ernest J. 
Schuster] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 119 [1901]. 

The great problem that confronts our legis- 
latures and courts. [Boyd Winchester] 
33 Am. L. Rev. 514 [1899]. 

The growing complexities of legislation. 
[Don E. Mowry] 40 Am. L. Rev. 212; 
68 Alb. L. J. 112 [1906]. 

Hindu law and Anglo-Indian legislation. 
[H. H. Shephard] 18 Law Q. Rev. 172 
[1902]. 

The importance of the comma. Paul Cas- 
tonguay] [From the Typographical 
Journal] 29 Nat. Corp. Rep. 400 [1904]. 

In how far may acts of the legislature be 
made contingent upon being accepted by 
popular vote without violating the 
principle that legislative power cannot 
be delegated. [F. E. Williams] 61 
Cent. L. J. 3 [1905]. 

Independence in legislative action. [Duane 
Mowry] 67 Alb. L. J. 275 [1905]. 

The industrial legislation of Hungary. [Dr. 
E. Hantos] 5 J. Comp. L^. 278 [1904]. 

Industrial peace legislation in Canada. 

[John King] 19 Green Bag, 694 [1907]. 
"The intention of the legislature.** 114 L. T. 

209 [1903]. 
Irish Private Bill legislation — a tribunal. 

[Arthur W. Samuels] 33 Ir. L. T. 17 

[1899]. 



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LEGISLATION 



Judicial dispensation from congressional 
statutes. [William Trickettl 41 Am. 
L. Rev. 66 [19071. 

Judicial legislation. [J. C. Robberts] 10 
Am. Law. 203 [1902]. 

Judicial legislation in New York. [Wilbur 

Larremore] 14 Yale L. J. 312 [1905]. 
Labor legislation — its scope and tendency. 

[Glenda Burke Slaymaker] 64 Alb. 

L. J. 227 [1902]. 
Labour legislation. [W. E. O'Brien] 41 Can. 

L. J. 729 [1905]. 
The law of dedication in its relation to trust 

legislation. [H. W. Chaplin] 16 Harv. 

L. Rev. 329 [1903]. 
The law of legislative committees. [Samuel 

W. Packard] 22 Nat. Corp. Rep. 42 

[1901]. 
Laws and law making. [Henry Hilton 

Brown] 29 Law Mag. and Rev. 8 [1903]. 

Legislation adverse to railroad corporations. 

[Chauncey G. Austin, Jr.] 11 Am. Law. 

341 [1903]. 
Legislation and judicial decision. [Marcus 

P. Knowlton] 11 Yale L. J. 95 [1901]. 
Legislation and local government of King 

Alfred. [Warwick H. Draper] 106 

L. T. 291, 313 [1899]; 11 Green Bag, 

596; 12 do. 48 [1899-1900]. 
Legislation to control the anthracite coal 

corporations. [R. M. Benjamin] 64 

Alb. L. J. 418 [1902]. 
Legislation to control anthracite coal mining. 

[Walter Loewy] 51 Am. L. Reg. 45 

[1903]. 
Legislative and judicial desiderata. [James 

McC. MitcheU] 1 So. L. Rev. 842 [1902]. 
Legislative competition for corporate capital. 

[Charles F. Bostwick] 7 Am. Law. 136 

[1899]. 
Legislative control over quasi-public corpora- 
tions. [Charles A. Macatee] 9 Bar, 

465 [1902]. 
Legislative despotism. [Salem Dutcher] 

1 So. L. Rev. 833 [1902]. 
Legislative interference with trades and pro- 
fessions. [Henry M. Dowling] 56 Cent. 

L. J. 403 [1903]. 
Legislative forces of the nineteenth century. 

49 Sol. J. 648 [1905]. 
Legislative methods in the 2^nzibar and 

East Africa protectorates. [Sir Arthur 

H. Hardinge] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 1 [1899]. 



Limitations of legislative control of municipal 
corporations — cause and effect of state 
interference with local affairs. [Eugene 
McOuillin] 34 Am. L. Rev. 505 [1900]. 

Limitations upon the power of the legislature 
to control political parties and their 
primaries. [Alonzo H. Tuttle] 1 Mich. 
L. Rev. 466 [1903]. 

Loose methods in legislation. [Robert M. 
Hughes] 6 Va. L. Reg. 211 [1900]. 

Machine-made laws. [James M. Rice] 33 

Chic. Leg. N. 428 [1901]. 

Massachusetts as a philanthropic robber. 
[Charles Warren] 11 Harv. L. Rev. 
316 [1898]. 

Modes of legislation in the British colonies. 
Questions. 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 134 
[1897]. 

Modes of legislation in the Bahama islands. 
[Sir Ormund D. Malcolm] 1 J. Comp. 
Leg. 296 [1899]. 

Modes of legislation in Barbados. [Sir 

Conrad Reeves] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 102 

[1900]. 
Modes of legislation in Bermuda. [Reginald 

Gray] 2 J. Comp. L^. o. s. 261 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in British Bechuana- 

land. [I>r. Ward] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 

137 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in British Guiana. [Sir 

J. W. Carrington] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 

140 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in British Honduras. 

[Leslie Probyn] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 

367 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in the British Islands 

in Western Pacific. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 113 

[1900]. 
Modes of legislation in British New Guinea. 

[Francis Winter] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 

375 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in Canada. [Fred A. 
McCord] 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 265 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in Ceylon. [C. P. 

Layard] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 98 [1900]. 
Modes of legislation in Cyprus. [A. G. 

Lascelles] 2 J. Comp. L^:- S6 [1900]. 
Modes of legislation in the Falkland Islands. 

[W. Gray Wilson] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 115 

[1900]. 
Modes of legislation in Fiji. [J. S. Udal] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 361 [1897]. 



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236 



LEGISLATION 



Modes of l^slation in Gambia. [J. Renner 
Maxwell] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 378 
[18971. 

Modes of legislation in Gibraltar. [Archi- 
bald W. Fawkes] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 
144 [1897]. 

Modes of legislation in Gold Coast. 1 J* 

Comp. Leg. o. s. 146 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in Grenada. [Sir J. T. 

Hutchinson] 1 J. Comp. L^. o. s. 151 

[1897]. 
Modes of legislation in Hongkong. 1 J. Comp. 

Leg. o. s. 154 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in Jamaica. [C. F. 

Lamb] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 161 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in Labuan. [Leicester 

P. Beaufort] 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 271 

[1897]. 
Modes of legislation in Lagos. [T. C. Rayner, 

Geo. Stallard, F. Rohrwayer, and W. 

G. Amlyrose] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 371 

[1897]. 
Modes of legislation in the Leeward Islands. 

[W. H. Stoker] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 110 

[1900]. 
Modes of legblation in Mauritius. [£. Koe- 

nig] 2 J. Comp. L^. 506 [1900]. 
Modes of legislation in Natal. [J. F. W. 

Bird] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 264 [1901]. 
Modes of legislation in Newfoundland. [Sir 

J. S. Winter] 2 J. Comp. L^g. 284 [1900]. 
Modes of legislation in New South Wales. 

[J. L. Watkins] 1 J. Comp. L^. o. s. 

164 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in Northern Nigeria. 

[H. C. Gollan] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 129 

[1906]. 
Modes of legislation in Queensland. [Sir 

Samuel W. Griffith] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 

o. s. 170 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in St. Lucia. [Sir A. 

ChUd] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 175 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in the Seychelles Islands. 

[R. Myles Brown] 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 

274 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in Sieria Leone. [W. 

Clark] 1 J. Comp. L^. o. s. 181 [1897]. 
Modes of legislation in South Australia. 

[A. Buchanan and E. G. Blackmore] 

2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 279 [1897]. 

Modes of legislation in the Straits Settle- 
ments. [Sir Lionel Cox] 1 J. Comp. 
Leg. o. 8. 184 [1897]. 



Modes of legislation in Trinidad and Tobago. 
[Louit Wharton] 2 J. Comp. L^. o. s. 
291 [1897]. 

Modes of legislation in Victoria. [Lord 
Brassey] 2 J. Comp. L^. 93 [1900]. 

Mode of legislation in Western Australia. 

[J. C. H. James] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 70 

[1899]. 
The need of legislative experts. [Xravis 

H. Whitney] 17 Green Bag, 78 [1905]. 
Notes on the state legislation in America in 

1895. [Albert Gray] 1 J. Comp. L^. 

o. 8. 232 [1897]. 
— 1896. 2 J. Comp. L^. o. s. 325 [1897]. 
Ontario legislation, 1900. [A. H. Marsh] 20 

Can. L. T. 251 [1900]. 
Penal legislation and crime. 8 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 248 [1904]. 
Possible Federal trust legisbtion. [Walter 

C. Noyes] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 93 [1907]. 

Power of state legislatures to fix the minimum 
amount of wages to coal-miners. [R. 
M. Benjamin] 64 Alb. L. J. 349; 6 
Law Notes [N. Y.] 120 [1902]. 

Power of the legislature to abolish a rule of 
equitable procedure by enacting a remedy 
at law, where no prohibitory words are 
used in such enactment. [T. A. Sher- 
wood] 59 Cent. L. J. 44 [1904]. 

Preventative legislation against tuberculosis. 
[Clark Bell] 68 Alb. L. J. 182 [1906]. 

Preventative legislation in forensic medicine. 
[Clark Bell] 22 Med. Leg. J. 121 [1904]. 

Private bill procedure. [Charles A. Stan- 

neU] 2 N. Ir. Jur. 265 [1902]. 
The Private Bill Procedure [Scotland] act. 

15 Scot. L. Rev. 205 [1899]. 
Private bill procedure. [C. A. Stannell] 

36 Ir. L. T. 222 [1902]. 

Private bill procedure reform. [A. W. 
Samuels] 1 N. Ir. Jur. 12 [1900]. 

Private bills and local authorities. 
L 63J. P. 561. 

II. The promotion of bills. 63 J. P. 578. 

III. The Borough's French act, 1872. 63 
J. P. 594. 

IV. V. Opposition to bills. 63 J. P. 610, 625. 
VI. VII. Locus standi. 63 J. P. 642, 658 

[1899]. 
Private Bill legislation — the Scotch act of 
1899. [Arthur W. Samuels] 34 Ir. 
L. T. 93. 101 [1900]. 



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237 



LESE-MAJESTfi 



Private Legislation Procedure [Scotland] 
act, 1899. [R. Vary Campbell] 16 
Scot. L. Rev. 29 [1900]. 

The Private Legislation Procedure act, 1899, 
and the relative general orders. [R. V. 
CampbeU] 16 Scot. L. Rev. 1^ [1900]. 

Progress of criminal l^;islation in Canada. 
[W. B. Wallace] 38 Can. L. J. 701 [1902]. 

Public trustee bill. 24 L. Notes [Gib.] 242. 

272, 310, 331, 363 [1905]. 
Recent legislation aflfecting agriculture. [C. 

N. Johnston] 13 Jurid. Rev. 55 [1905]. 
Recent legislation on inebriates in England 

and the colonies. [Ernest M. Pollock 

and A. M. Latter] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 289 

[1900]. 
A remedy for special legislation. [James 

McCabe] 33 Am. L. Rev. 276 [1899]. 
Review of legislation of year 1904-1905. 

[Henry St. George Tucker] 39 Am. L. 

Rev. 801 [1905]. 
The royal assent. 12 Green Bag, 602 [1900]. 
Sanitary legislation in the nineteenth century. 

65 J. P. 33, 50 [1901]. 
The science of legislation. [H. S. Julian] 

3 Law Notes [N. Y.] 109 [1899]. 
Shall subordinate courts declare legislative 

acts unconstitutional? 69 Alb. L. J. 

172 [1907J. 
Some further statutory anomalies. 52 Sol. 

J. 25 [1907]. 
Special adapt ibility. 64 J. P. 258 [1900]. 
Special legislation as defined in the Illinois 

cases. [Albert M. Kales] 1 111. L. Rev. 

63 [1906]. 
Special legislation for municipalities. [Harry 

Hubbard] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 588 [1905]. 
Spendthrift legislation. 9 Mad. L. J. 207 [1899]. 
Statutory regulation of wages. [O. H. 

Myrich] 65 Cent. L. J. 468 [1907]. 
Status of foreign corporations and the 

legislature. [E. Hilton Young] 23 Law 

Q. Rev. 151, 290 [1907]. 
Statute-making. [Harvey B. Hurd] 32 

Chic. Leg. N. 394 [1900]. 
Tendency of the courts to sustain special 

legislation. [John Woodward] 3 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 189 [1900]. 
The time from which a legislative act to take 

effect in the future is deemed to be notice 

of its provisions so as to affect existing 

rights. [Geo. W. Newton] 50 Cent. 

L. J. 480 [1900]. 



Trade unionism and legislative reform. [D. 
R. Chalmers-Hunt] 5 J. Comp. Leg' 
161 [1903]. 

Truck legislation in England and on the 
continent. [Addaide M. Anderson] 
1 J. Comp. Leg. 395 [1899]. 

The true criteria of class legislation. [Andrew 
Alexander Bruce] 60 Cent. L. J. 425 
[1905]. 

Trusti»^nd legislation. 60 Alb. L. J. 59 [1899]. 

Unconstitutional legislation. [W. Harrison 
Moore] 6 Com. L. Rev. 201 [1909]. 

Unconstitutional l^islation in colonial times 
— the early case of Trevett v. Weeden, 
[Adolph Moses] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 469 
[1900]. 

Unconstitutional legislation upon the ex- 
tinguishment of ground rent. [Richard 
M. Cadwalader] 46 Am. L. Reg. 13 
[1898]. 

Uniform legislation. [Wm. Seton Gordon] 
20 Can. L. T. 187; 4 L. Notes [N. Y.] 91 
[1900]. 

— [Robert A. John] 52 Ohio L. B. 483 [1907]. 
Uniformity of Illation. [W. O. Hart] 69 

Alb. L. J. 369; 15 Am. Law. 559; 6 

Okla. L. J. 173, 213; 18 Am. Leg. N. 675 

[1907]. 
Uniformity of legislation between the states. 

[W. L. Parmenter] 46 Ohio L. B. 49 

[1901]. 
Legitimacy. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 337 [1906]. 

— and marriage. [Joseph Cullen Ayer, Jr.] 

16 Harv. L. Rev. 22 [1902]. 

— of business methods in the law. [Ray- 

mond D. Thurber] 5 Bench and Bar, 

N. Y., 51 [1906]. 
Legitimation by sut>sequent marriage. [Sir 

Dennis Fitzpatrick] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 

22 [1906]. 
Lemmon, Reuben Compton. [1825- 

1905.] Memorial. 50 Ohio L. B. 426 

[1905]. 
Leonard, James W. Sketch, with portrait. 

22 S. A. L. J. 133 [1905]. 

LEPERS. 

International legislation for leprosy. [Isa- 

dore Dyer] 16 Med. Leg. Jour. 26 [1898]. 
Norwegian leper law and international leper 

law. [Albert S. Ashmead] 16 Med. Leg. 

Jour. 10 [1898]. 
Ldse-majest6 in Germany. [Ernest J. 

Schuster] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 41 [1901]. 



LETTERS 



238 



LIBEL AND SLANDER 



Letters, The right to use. 62 Sol. J. 5 [1907]. 

Lewis, James M. Note. 34 Am. L. Rev. 99 

[19001. 

Lewis, Loran L. [1825-1916.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
55 [1899]. 

Lewis, Loran L., Jr. [1864-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 59 [1899]. 

LIABILITY INSURANCE. 

Law of liability insurance. [Gilbert Ray 
Hawes] 16 Nat. Corp. Rep. 1161; 6 Am. 
Law. 247 [1898]. 

LIBEL AND SLANDER. 

Absurdities of the law of slander and libel. 
[James C. Courtney] 36 Am. L. Rev. 
552 [1902]. 

Alexander Hamilton's influence on the Ameri- 
can bw of libel. [Adolph Moses] 28 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 692, 698 [1904]. 

Apology in slander. 17 Scot. L. Rev. 210 
[1901]. 

Bits of quaintness from the doctrine of libels. 
[L. C. Howard] 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 212 
[1906]. 

Constitutionality of the Pennsylvania law 
of libel, rrhomas Raebum White] 
51 Am. L. Reg. 356 [1903]. 

Contempt of court and the press. [Arthur 
E. Hu^es] 16 Uw Q. Rev. 292 [1900]. 

Criminal liability for slander. [Joseph M. 
SuUivan] 66 Alb. L. J. 374 [1904]. 

Damages in actions of defamation. 114 L. 

^ T. 52 [1902]. 
Defamatory libels. [MeUus de ViUiers] 19 
S. A. L. J. 53 [1902]. 

Defamatory words — how to construe them. 
[Blake Odgers] 118 L. T. 442 [1905]. 

English law of defamation. [Frank Carr] 
18 Uw Q. Rev. 255, 388 [1902]. 

English cases on the restraint of libel by 
injunction since the Supreme Court Judi- 
cature Act, 1873. [William Draper 
Lewis] 51 Am. L. Reg. 322 [1903]. 

An examination of the doctrine of malice 
as an essential element of responsibility 
for defamation uttered on a privileged 
occasion. [W. A. Perrington] 6 Am. 
Uw. 365 [1898]. 



Fair comment and qualified privilege. [Nor- 
man de H. Ro^Hand] 4 Com. L. Rev. 
202 [1907]. 

Fair conunent in an action of libel. [Silas 
Alward] 27 Can. L. T. 168 [1907]. 

The greater the truth, the greater the libel. 

26 Can. L. T. 394 [1906]. 
History and theory of the law of defamation. 

[Van Vechten Veeder] 3 Colum. L. 

Rev. 546 [1903]; 4 do. 33 [1904]. 
Indian press prosecutions. [H. C. Tropnell] 

14 Uw Q. Rev. 72 [1898]. 

The intent in libel. [John Kin&] 42 Can. 

L. J. 209 [1906]. 
Joinder of parties in actions of libel and slan- 
der. 33 Ir. L. T. 235 [1899]. 
The jurisdiction of the United States over 

seditious libel. [Henry Wolf Bikl6] 

50 Am. L. Reg. 1 [1902]. 
The law of libel with regard to "public 

bodies.'* [C. J. Ingram] 5 Natal L. Q. 

102 [1906]. 
A lawyer's privilege in the law of slander and 

libel. [Alfred Heher Holbrook] 63 

Alb. L. J. 191 [1901]. 
Liability for defamation of legislative body. 

15 Cape L. J. 1 [1898]. 

Liability for negligent language. [Jeremiah 

Smith] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 184 [1900]. 
Libel and contempt. 61 Alb. L. J. 244 [1900]. 
Libel by a corporation. 59 Alb. L. J. 227 

[1899]. 
The "libels" act [N. J.] of 1898; is it constitu- 

tional? [William B. Giilmore] 24 N. 

J. L. J. 708 [1901]. 
Malice in English and Roman-Dutch law 

as affecting defamation. 6 Natal L. Q. 

112 [1907]. 
Malice in the English and Roman bw of 

defamation. [Melius de Villiers] 17 

Uw Q. Rev. 388 [1901]. 
Points in the law of libel. [Thomas Baty] 

9 Bom. L. Rep. 177 [1907]. 
Publication of libel by dictation to sten- 
ographer. 8 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 467 

[1905]. 
Publication of libel through employees. [John 

G. Farmer] 22 Can. L. T. 321 [1902]. 
The Punch Ubel case. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 239 

[1906]. 
Ridicule as constituting a cause of action 

for libel. [Harrison Hewitt] 6 West. 

Res. L. J. 196 [1901]. 



LIBEL AND SLANDER 



239 



LICENSES 



The right of privacy, and its relation to the 
law of libel. [EltMidge L. Adams] 39 
Am. L. Rev. 37 [19051. 

Seditious libel. 65 J. P. 305 [1901]. 

Some points of difference between the Eng- 
lish* and the Roman law relating to 
defamation. [Melius de Villiers ]18 
S. A. L. J. 45 [19011. 

Torts of the tongue. [Wm. Arch. McClean] 

12 Green Bag, 523 [19001. 
Volunteer's law of libel. [J. C. MacdonaldJ 

13 Scot. L. Rev. 125 [1897]. 
Written defamation of an unnamed person. 

[Wm. H. Popel 29 Wash. L. R. 249, 
264, 280, 297 [1901]. 

Your affectionate friend, John March. [L. 
C. Howard] 17 Green Bag, 17 [1905]. 

LIBERTY. 
' See Constitutional Law. 

LIBRARIES. 

The Advocates' library. [William K. Dick- 
son] 14 Jurid. Rev. 1, 113, 214 [1902]. 

Concerning law libraries. 51 Sol. J. 205 [1907]. 

Duties of the law librarian. [Franlc B. 
GUbert] 2 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 85 [1907]. 

Free libraries. 66 J. P. 659 [1902]. 

The Gary collection. [Frederic B. Cross- 
ley] 18 Green Bag, 146 [1906]. 

A great law library. The interesting and 
valuable collection of Congress. 58 Alb. 
L. J. 95 [1898]. 

Illustrative examples and testimonials as to 
the value of books and libraries. [Jolm 
F. Dillon] 38 Am. L. Rev. 533 [1904]. 

A lawyer's miscellany. [Manfred Nathan] 
22 S. A. L. J. 384 [1905]; 5 Can. L. 
Rev. 29 [1906]. 

Libraries of a civilian and canonist and of a 

• _ 

common lawyer, an. 1294. [Robert 

Jewitt Wliitwelll 21 Law Q. Rev. 393 

[1905]. 
Library of the Middle Temple. [Edward 

Manson] 14 Green Bag, 475 [1902]. 
The library, the public, and the professions. 

[WUIiam Henry Knox] 65 Alb. L. J. 

14 [1903]. 
The new Patent Office library. 46 Sol. J. 7 

[1901]. 
The Public Libraries act, 1901. 65 J. P. 643 

[1901]. 
LICENSES. 
The abandonment of licensed premises. 67 

J. P. 337 [1903]. 



The assessment of compensation on non- 
renewal of licenses. 70 J. P. 363 [1906]. 

Attaching conditions to licenses. 62 J. P. 
193 [1898]. 

The "Black List" under the Licensing act, 

1902. 67 J. P. 289 [1903]. 

Certiorari to licensing justices. 62 J. P. 194, 

433 [1898]. 
Clubs, pubs, and the licensing acts. 25 L. 

Notes [Gib.] 44 [1906]. 
Clubs under the Licensing [Scotland] act, 

1903. 11 Scot. L. T. 119, 146 [1903]. 

The compensation authority. 71 J. P. 205 

[1907]. 
Compensation for non-renewal of licenses. 

69 J. P. 267, 277, 290 [1905]. 

Compulsary licenses to work patented in- 
ventions. [James Roberts] 6 J. Comp. 
Leg. 82 [1906]. 

Conditional renewal of licenses. 69 J. P. 194 
[1905]. 

Conditions attached to intoxicating liquor 
licenses. 106 L. T. 75 [1898]. 

Covenants for the protection of licenses. 

50 Sol. J. 477 [1906]. 
Covenants in public-house leases for the 

protection of licenses. 48 Sol. J. 520 [1904]. 

Delegation of powers under the licensing 

act. 69 J. P. 73 [1905]. 
Differentiation between reported licenses. 

70 J. P. 313 [1906]. 

The English Licensing act. Compensation to 

publicans. [Wm. Lawson] 5 N. Ir. 

Jur. 124 [1905]. 
Endorsement of licenses for a conviction 

under the Licensing act, 1902. 66 J. P. 

450 [1902]. 
Evolution of the "Pub" — a sketch of the 

earlier history of the licensing laws. 

[H. J. Randall] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 316 

[1904]. 
Gun licenses. 62 J. P. 35 [1898]. 

Licensed premises and compensation. 120 

L. T. 307 [1906]. 
The Licensing act, 1904. 68 J. P. 397, 409, 

421, 445, 458; [Thomas Cousins] 39 L. 

J. 626 [1904]. 
Licensing and public-house reform in Ireland. 

[Wm. Lawson] 2 N. Ir. Jur. 173, 191, 

195 [1902]. 
Licensing appeals — costs and adjournments. 

67 J. P. 351 [1903]. 



licenses: 



240 



LIFE ESTATES 



The Licensing bUl. 68 J. P. 205, 337 11904). 
Licensing of lying-in institutions. 70 J. P. 
303 [1906]. 

The Hccnsing problem. 67 J. P. 145 [1903]. 
The Licensing Sessions. 

I. New licenses. 40 Ir. L. T. 295. 

II. Renewal of licenses. 40 do. 301. 
in. Transfers. 40 do. 307, 313 [1906]. 

Many tradesmen required to procure licenses 
before practicing their craft. [Geo. A. 
Ru88] 69 Alb. L. J. 280 [1907]. 

Masters' liability under licensing statutes for 
servants' acts. 62 J. P. 658 [1898]. 

The new Irish Licensing act. 36 Ir. L. T. 
339 [1902]. 

New license or transfer. 39 Ir. L. T. 443 
[1905]. 

The new procedure for obtaining dog license 
exemptions. 71 J. P. 73 [1907]. 

Notices at licensing sessions. 68 J. P. 207 

[1904]. 
Occupiers' license of sporting rights. 62 J. P. 

417 [1898]. 
Preliminary examination of patents and com- 
pulsory licenses. [A. Wood Renton] 

2 J. Comp. Leg. 294 [1900]. 
Procedure on a reference under the licensing 

act. 69 J. P. 74 [1905]. 
Public-house leases and the Licensing act, 

1902. 47 Sol. J. 200, 219 [1903]. 
Reduction of licenses and compensation. 

[Wm. Lawson] 3 N. Ir. Jur. 157 [1903]. 

The reform in the licensing laws. [H. J. 

Randall, Jr.] 27 Law Mag. and Rev. 

326 [1902]. 
Refusal of licenses. 65 J. P. 595 [1901]. 
Removal of licenses. 19 L. Notes [Gib.] 150 

[1900]. 
The rules under the new Licensing act. 49 

Sol. J. 180 [1905]. 
Six-day licenses. 14 Scot. L. Rev. 176 [1898]. 
Slaughter-house licenses. 71 J. P. 326 [1907]. 
Some points on the Licensing act, 1904. 49 

Sol. J. 5, 29, 50 [1904]. 
Surrender of licenses and monopoly values. 

70 J. P. 145 [1906]. 
Lieber, Francis. [1800-1872.] Sketch. 

[Daniel C. Gilman] 10 Yale L. J. 271 

[1901]. 
— Instructions for the government of armies 

in the field. [George B. Davis] 1 Am. 

J. Int. L. 13 [1907]. 



LIENS. 

See also Mechanics' Liens. 
Common law lien. 26 L. Notes [Gib.] 18 
[1907]. 

Damage and salvage priorities and liens. 
112 L. T. 98 [1901]. 

Enforcement of attorney's lien under the 
New York Code of Civil Procedure in 
case of settlement by client. [Henry S. 
Redfield] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 449 [1902]. 

Have Divisional Councils a lien for unpaid 
rates. [C. J. Ingram] 23 S. A. L. J. 228 

[1906]. 

Law of bank lien and set-off. 24 Bank. L. J. 
15, 97 [1907]. 

Lien of solicitors and arbitrators and their 
protection from producing documents 
on ground of lien. [Madan Gopal] 9 
Mad. L. J. 1 [1899]. 

Liens of the receivership of a business corpora- 
tion. [Erskine Hazard Dickson] 47 
Am. L. Reg. 273, 383 [1899]. 

Liens which concern farmers. 66 Alb. L. J. 

226 [1904]. 
Maritime Ken for damage. [T. G. Carver] 

3 Colum. L. Rev. 369 [1903]. 
Statutory supply and labor liens. [Leon 

Goodman] 9 Va. L. R^. 177 [1903]. 

Modification of the supply-lien act as against 
mining and manufacturing companies. 
9 Va. L. R^. 685 [1903]. 

Solicitors' lien. [Arthur P. Foley] 122 L. T. 
118 [1906]. 

Validity and effect of state laws giving liens 
on boats and vesseb. [John T. Mar- 
shaU] 60 Cent. L. J. 86 [1905]. 

Woodman's lien law in New Brunswick. 

[Edward P. Raymond] 26 Can. L. T. 

249 [1906]. 
Life, birth, and live-birth. [Stanley B. 

Atkinson] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 134 [1904]. 
LIFE ESTATES. 
The Ely estate. 38 Ir. L. T. 153 [1904]. 

Estates pur autre vie. 48 Sol. J. 204 [1904]; 
[Charles Sweet] 49 Sol. J. 793 [1905]. 

The fiduciary position of tenants for life. 
110 L. T. 373 [1901]. 

The income of unauthorized securities prop- 
erly retained. 49 Sol. J. 294 [1905]. 

The liability of tenant for life of leasehold 
property. 42 Sol. J. 360 [1898]. 



LIFE ESTATES 



241 



LIGHT AND AIR 



Protected life estates: a suggestion. [W. J. 
Leof. Ambrose] 22 Law Q. Rev. 401 
[1906]. 

Right to dividends as between life tenant and 
remainder-man. [Sejnnour D. Thomp- 
son] 55 Cent. L. J. 444 [1902]. 

LIFE INSURANCE. 

An interesting insurance case. [I. M. Earie] 
64 Cent. L. J. 325 [1907]. 

Construction of laws of New York requiring 
life insurance companies doing business 
in that state to mail notice informing 
persons whose lives are insured of the 
date, among other things, of maturity 
of premiums. [Robert J. Brennen] 
52 Cent. L. J. 4 [1901]. 

Defects of the Armstrong committee's legis- 
lation relating to the dividends of mutual 
life insurance policyholders. [Samuel 

B. Clarke,] 41 Am. L. Rev. 161 [1907]. 

Effect of clause making insurance policy in- 
contestable for fraud. 10 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 28 [1906]. 

Forfeiture of life insurance for non-payment 
of premium. [Chas. W. Tillett] 1 N. 

C. Jnl. of Uw, 67 [1904]. 

Foreign law affecting life insurance con- 
tracts. [Frank Hod^ins] 22 Can. L. 
T, 1 [1902]. 

Friendly society and life insurance law. 
[Lyman Lee] 1 Can. L. Rev. 381 [1902]; 
2 do. 534 [1903]. 

Insurable interest in the life of a person. 
[Geo. D. Harris] 52 Cent. L. J. 381 
[1901]. 

Insurable interest of a stockholder in cor- 
porate property. [Glenda Burke Slay- 
maker] 56 Cent. L. J. 284 [1903]. 

Insurance policies on the lives of paupers. 70 
J. P. 481 [1906]. 

Legal effect of change or attempted change in 
contract of insurance between a mutual 
insurance society or association and a 
member. [Robert J. Brennen] 53 
Cent. L. J. 425 [1901]. 

Liability of company where assured makes 
true statements in application and 
agent or physicians insert false reports. 
[Charles Mendenhall] 63 Cent. L. 
J. 450 [1906]. 

Life insurance and death at the hands of the 
law. 8 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 465 [1905]. 



Life insurance and other contracts: where 
jurisdiction resides, and how far affected 
by the laws of other provinces. [Frank 
E. Hod^ins] 23 Can. L. T. 1 [1903]. 

Life insurance — shall we have state or federal 
supervision. [Samuel Bosworth Smith] 
38 Chic. Leg. N. 102; 13 Am. Law. 
372 [1905]. 

Life insurable, policies as assets to pass to 
trustee for bankrupt estate. [Alonzo 
Hoff] 56 Cent. L. J. 364 [1903]. 

Nominations under the Friendly Societies 
act. 43 Sol. J. 24 [1898]. 

Presumption of death in the case of a holder 
of a policy of life insurance. 39 Ir. L. T. 
119, 125. 

Rights of beneficiaries erroneously described 
in benefit society certificates. [Cjrrus 
J. Wood] 57 Cent. L. J. 383 [1903]. 

Second marriages and life insurance. 115 L. 
T. 317 [1903]. 

The suicide clause in life insurance con- 
tracts. [George Lawyer] 52 Cent. L. 
J. 107 [1901]. 

Suicide clause in life insurance policies. 
[PhlUp J. Maguire] 64 Alb» L. J. 279 
[1902]. 

Title to moneys derived from a void policy. 
[Frank E. Hod^ns] 39 Can. L. J. 54 
[1903]. 

Validity of assignments of life insurance 
policies to persons having no insurable 
interest in the life of the insured. [James 
T. Ford] 58 Cent. L. J. 184 [1904]. 

Vested interest of beneficiary under a policy 
of life insurance. [Alexander H. Rob- 
bins] 53 Cent. L. J. 184 [1901]. 

Waiver of breach of condition by insurance 
companies. [John D. Falconbrid^e] 
22 Can. L. T. 124. 155 [1902]. 

What constitutes a wagering policy of life 
insurance. 60 Alb. L. J. 75 [1899]. 

Life, liberty, and property. [O. H. My- 
rick] 63 Cent. L. J. 373 [1906]. 

Life salvage. [Frederic Cunningham] 
17 Green Bag. 708 [1905]. 

LIGHT AND AIR. 

Access of light for special purposes. 112 L. 
T. 121 [1901]. 

Acquisition of right to light by one tenant 
against another tenant holding under 
the same landlord. 41 Ir. L. T. 269 
[1907]. 



LIGHT AND AIR 



242 LIMITATIONS, STATL'TE OF 



The acqakmoo oC rigbts to figlit under the 
Pretcripdoo act, 1833. 52 SoL J. 40 [19071. 

Andent fights. 100 L. T. 52 [19001. 

— 48 SoL J. 452; 49 do. 495 (1904-51. 

— 23 L. Notes [Gflb.] 178 [19011. 

Aodent figlits, coosdered ethically and 
practically. [E. K. BIyth] 35 L. J. 039; 
100 L. T. 557 [19001. 

Easement oC fight in England — and dse- 

wfaere. [H. A. de Cdyv] 7 J. Comp. 

Leg. 298 [1900]. 
Easement of fight of n c cesMty . 38 Ir. L. T. 

319 [1904]. 
The law of ancient fights and its reform. 

[J. Andrew Strahan] 30 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 181 [19051. 
The law of fight. 117 L. T. 530 [1904]. 
Limitatiotts on the right to fight and air. 

(F. R. Y. Rndcllffc) 118 L. T. 185 [1904]. 
Obstmctionsofancientfight. 68J.P.324[1904]. 
Prescriptive right to fight. 46 SoL J. 428 [19021. 
Prescriptive right to light and air. [P. 

P umis fi n nny Aiyangfr] 2 Bom. L. R. 

193, 277 [1900]. 
Property in air. 60 Alb. L. J. 266 [1899]. 
The right to light as between adjoining 

leases. 51 Sol. J. 42 [1906]. 
Light railways. 63 J. P. 307 [1899]. 

— and competition. 63 J. P. 386 [1899]. 
Limitatkm of the right of appeal in criminal 

cases. [Nathan A. Smyth] 17 Harv. L. 
Rev. 317 [1904]. 

— right and remedy. [Haribant Saliai] 2 

Alia. L. J. 259, 297 [1905J. 

— to the rule in Tidk v. Moxkay (1848, 2 Ph. 

774). 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 243 [1903]. 

— of equitable estates. 23 L. Notes [Gib.] 

274 [19(H]. 
Limitations of the power of a state under 
a reserved right to amend or repeal 
charters of incorporation. [Horace 
Stem] 53 Am. L. Reg. 1, 73, 145 [1905]. 

— on the power of one state to exclude the 

corporations of another. [Eocene F. 
Ware] 17 Green Gag, 609 [1905]. 

— on the right of withdrawal from public 

employment. [H. W. Cha|rfin] 16 Harv. 
L. Rev. 555 [1903]. 

LIMITATIONS, STATUTE OF. 

Acknowledgment of a debt in a deed of trust 
as a new promise, repelling the statute of 
limitations. [H. A. Minor, Jr.] 8 Va. 
L. Reg. 401 [1902]. 



AtlinowlfMlgiiients oi ttat ale-bar red debts. 
105 L. T. 27 [18881. 

Actions onder the Directors' Liability act, 
1890, and the Statute of Lamitatioos. 
44 SoL J. 3tt (19001. 

Certain defects in our statutes of fimitatioo. 
11 Law Notes [N. Y.] 129 [1907]. 

Chattels real and intestacy — Statute of 
Limitation. 37 Ir. L. T. 276 [1903]. 

Chattels real and the Statutes of Limitations. 
35 Ir. L. T. 545 [1901]. 

Concealed fraod and the S tat u te s of Limiu- 
tioo. 35 It. L. T. 34» [1901]. 

Ditabiffties of marr ie d women, and Statute of 
Limitatioos as a£Fected by acts of [N. C] 
1899, c 78. Uno. T. PttUns] 1 N. C 
L. J. 361 [1900]. 

Does fraudulent concealment of the cause of 
action bar the running of the statute of 
limitations of the District of Columbia 
in actions at law? 29 Wash. L. R. 564, 
580 [1901]. 

Equitable limitations. 48 SoL J. 617 [1904]. 

Foreign corporations and the statute of 
limitations. 9 Law Notes [N. V.] 25 [1901]. 

Limitation Act, art. Ill [India]. [Saiat 
Chandra Bancrjee] 1 CaL L. J. 19, 31. 
43 [1905]. 

Limitation applicable to suits for restitution 
of conjugal rights. [Dorga Charan 
Banerjee] 9 Bom. L. Rep. 19 [1907]. 

Limitations which may exceed the limits of 
the rule of perpetuities. 38 Ir. L. T. 291 
[1904]. 

Of process to stop the running of the Statute 
of Umitations. 49 SoL J. 721, 733. 741, 
748. 757 [1905]. 

Rights of mortgagees under the Statute of 
Limitations. 35 Ir. L. T. 419 [1901]. 

The Statute of Limitations and mixed mort- 
gages. 107 L. T. 181 [1899]. 

The Statute of Limitations as between land- 
lord and tenant. 35 Ir. L. T. 197 [1901]. 

Statute of Limitations between trustee and 
cestui qui trust. (F. Beecher] 64 Cent. 
L. J. 326 [1907]. 

Statute of Limitations on forged checks. 22 
Bank. L. J. 670 [1905]. 

Tenancies at will and the Statute of Limita- 
tions. 43 SoL J. 584; 33 Ir. L. T. 531 
[1899]. 

Title by possession and the limitation acts. 
51 SoL J. 166 [1907]. 



LIMITATIONS, STATUTE OF 243 LOCAL GOVERNMENT: ENGLAND 



Trustee accounts and the Statute of Limita- 
tions. 106 L. T. 118 118©81. 

Trustees and the Statute of Limitations. 46 

Sol. J. 211, 227. 244 (10021. 
Underground trespasses and the Statute of 

Limitations. 43 Sol. J. 202 [1899]. 

When is an action begun so as to stop the 
running of the Statute of Limitations? 
[H. Claude Pobst] 12 Va. L. R^. 675 
[19071. 

When is an action conunenced so as to stop 
the running of the Statute of Limitations? 
[George C. Gregoryl 8 Va. L. R^. 624 
[19031. 

Limited partnerthlps. [J. Meillon] 5 
Com. L. Rev. 107 [1908]. 

Lincoln, Abraham. [1809-1865.1 Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Duane 
Mowryl 15 Green Bag, 53 [19031. 

— Lincoln, the lawyer. [Jesse J. Dunnl 

14 Am. Law. 99; 4 Okla. L. J. 215, 249 
[1906]. 

— the lawyer. [Harry Earl Montgomery] 

37Am.L. Rev. 358 [19031; 66 Alb. L.J. 
276 [1904]; 11 Bar. 28 [Nov. 1904]. 

— Address. [Joseph \l. Choate] 14 Green 

Bag, 77 [1902]. 

— Lincoln and Douglas — the great Freeport 

debate. [Seymour D. Thompson] 39 
Am. L. Rev. 161 [1905]. 

— Lincoln and the Matson slave case. [Dun- 

can T. Mclntyre] 1 111. L. Rev. 386 
[1906]. 

— Lincoln's oratory. [Marie Bailey] 69 Alb. 

L. J. 88 [1907]. 

— The Lincoln- Douglas debates. [Claris 

E. Carr] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 422 [1907]. 
Lincoln Bar [Maine]. [R. K. Sewall] 12 

Green Bag, 71 [1900]. 
Lindley, Lord, on the Trade Disputes bill. 

50 Sol. J. 731 [1906]. 

LIS PENDENS. 

Doctrine of Us pendens as applied in India, 
and its application to sales in execution 
of decrees. [Abdul Karim Khan] 1 
Alia. L. J. 297, 315; 2 do. 1, 19, 35, 57 
[1904^5]. 

Lis pendens as to personal property. 19 Nat. 
Corp. Rep. 116 [1899]. 

Lis pendens. Its applicability to court sales. 
8 Bom. L. Rep. 288 [1906]. 

Litchfield law school. 4 Law Notes [N. Y.] 
207 [1901]. 



Literature and the bar. [George B. Rose] 
63 Alb. L. J. 455; 1 Can. L. Rev. 107; 

5 Law Notes [N. Y.] 108 [1901]; 1 So. 
L. Rev. 582 [1902]. 

Literature and the law. [Gilbert Ray 
Hawes] 11 Green Bag, 234; 59 Alb. L. 
J. 386; 19 Nat. Corp. Rep. 507 [1899]; 

6 Kan. Law. 8 [Jan. 1900]; 4 Law Notes 
[N. Y.l 212; 35 Ir. L. T. 101 [1901]. 

Little, John. [1837-1900.] Obitua/y. 44 

Ohio L. B. 250 [1900]. 
Littler, David T. [1836-1902.] Obituary. 

34 Chic. Leg. N. 357 [1902]. 
Littleton, Sir Thomas. [1402-1481.] 26 

L. Notes [Gib.] 269; 11 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 

130 [1907]. 

LIVERY STABLE KEEPERS. 

Hackney carriages. 65 J. P. 275 [1901]. 
The liability of carriage owners. 42 Sol. J. 

727 [1898]. 
Livin^ton, Edward [1764-1836] and the 

Louisiana Codes. [Eugene Smith] 2 

Colum. L. Rev. 24 [1902]. 

— and the law of Louisiana. [Carleton 

Hunt] 7 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 88 [1903]. 

— Life and services of. [Carleton Hunt] 12 

Am. Uw. 100, 154 [1904]. 
Lloyd's poUcies. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 245 

[1903]. 
Loans for the making or payment of wagers. 

[A. V. Dicey] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 436 [1904]. 
Lobbjing, Evils of, and suggestions of a 

remedy. [Samuel Maxwell] 34 Am. 

L. Rev. 224 [1900]. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT. 

Constitutional right of local self-government 
of municipalities and principles appli- 
cable to central control. [Eugene Mc- 
Quillin] 35 Am. L. Rev. 510 [1901]. 

The right to local self-government. [Amasa 
M. Eaton] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 441, 470. 
638; 14 do. 20, 116 [1900]. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: England. 

"Adjustment" under the Local Government 

acts. 68J.P.289[1904]. 
Appeals to the Local Government Board 

under the Private Street Works act, 1892. 

71 J. P. 255 [1907]. 
Audit of Local Government accounts. 67 

J. P. 397 [1903]. 
Auditors and auditing. 40 Ir. L. T. 215 [1906]. 
Building line and exempted buildings. 63 

J. P. 3 [1899]. 



LOCAL GOVERNMENT: ENGLAND 244 LOCAL GOVERNMENT: IRELAND 



Certiorari and the Local Government act. 
36 Ir. L. T. 565 [19011. 

Chairmen of local authorities — tenure of 
office. 71 J. P. 241 [1907]. 

Compensatory adjustment under the Local 
Government acts. 71 J. P. 349 (1907]. 

Conflicting decisions in local government 
cases. [Aleiander Glen] 42 L. J. 354 

[19071. 

Bye-laws as to incombustible materials. 64 
J. P. 36 [19001. 

Compensation for damage by gas undertaking 
of local authority. 64 J. P. 291 [19001. 

Compensatory adjustment under the Local 
Government acu. 71 J. P. 349 [19071. 

Contracts between local authorities for inter- 
communication of sewers. 68 J. P. 493 
[1904]. 

The contracts of local authorities. 47 Sol. 
J. 380 [19031. 

Contracts of local authorities. 70 J. P. 87, 
123 [19061. 

Councillors and guardians: qualification and 
disquaUflcation of. 70 J. P. 411, 434, 
471 [1906]. 

The Crown and local authorities. 68 J. P. 
60 [1904]. 

The dispensing power of the Local Govern- 
ment Board. 66 J. P. 97 [1902]. 

The East Ham omnibus cases. 66 J. P. 179 
[1902]. 

Electric lighting and local authorities. 62 
J. P. 674 [1898]. 

Employment of engineers and architects 
by local authorities. 66 J. P. 363 [1902]. 

Expenditure sanctioned by Local Govern- 
ment Board. 66 f . P. 371 [1902]. 

The financial relations between counties 
and boroughs under the Local Govern- 
ment act. 1888. 42 Sol. J. 682 [1898]. 

The history of local government. 122 L. T. 
298 [1907]. 

Limitation of time for recovery of paving 
expenses under the Public Health acts. 
46 Sol. J. 376 [1902]. 

Local authorities and advertising. 69 J. P. 
643 [1906]. 

Local authorities and compensation to work- 
men. 69 J. P. 603 [1905]. 

Local authorities and electrical undertakings. 
69 J. P. 218 [1906]. 

Local authorities and explosives. 66 J. P. 
646 [1902]. 



Local authorities and justices of the peace. 
66 J. P. 739 [1902]. 

Local authorities and Mond gas. 65 J. P. 
289 [19011. 

Local authorities and the Mid wives act. 67 
J. P. 230 [19031. 

Local authorities and tramway promotors. 

64 J. P. 547 [19001. 

Local bodies' statutory liabilities. [Robert 

Stout] 4 Com. L. Rev. 145, 193 [1907]. 
Local Government act, 1894. Some notes 

on parish councils and suggestions for 

an amendment act. [J. Harris Stone] 

14 Uw Q. Rev. 181 [1898]. 
The Local Government Board and the 

housing -of the working classes. 64 J. 

P. 402 [1900]. 
Local government by-laws. 62 J. P. 323 [1898]. 
Local government in England and Ireland. 

[J. V. Vesey Fitz-Gerald] 24 Uw Mag. 

and Rev. 22 [1898]. 
Local government law. Recent decisions 

affecting highways. [Aleiander Glen] 

42 L. J. 768 [1907]. 

Local government management. 65 J. P. 
737 [1901]. 

Local Government [transfer of powers] act, 
1903. 67 J. P. 423 [1903]. 

Local improvement system. [C. R. W. 
Biggar] 20 Can. L. T. 91 [1900]. 

Orders for payment drawn by local authori- 
ties. 63 J. P. 785 [1899]. 

A point of local government law. 104 L. T. 
404 [1898]. 

The Public Authorities Protection act, 1893. 

43 Sol. J. 666 [1899]; 61 do. 699, 712, 
727, 736, 744, 756 [1907]. 

Repayment of loans by local authorities. 66 

J. P. 689 [1902]. 
Superfluous lands of local authorities. 64 

J. P. 401 [1900]. 
Tenement houses and lodging-house bye-laws. 

65 J. P. 449 [1901]. 
Unconstitutional tendencies of local govern- 
ment. [Dixon H. Davies] 41 L. J. 702 
[1906]. 

Unlawful expenditure by local authorities. 

66 J. P. 419 [1902]. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Ireland. 

The interpretation of the Local Government 

code. 34 Ir. L. T. 129, 139. 169 [1900]. 
The Local Government [Ireland] act, 1898. 

32 Ir. L. T. 629 [1898]. 



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The Local Goverament [Ireland] bill, 1898. 
32 Ir. L. T. 187 [18S8]. 

Local government in England and Ireland. 
[J. V. VMey Fitz-Gerald] 24 Uw 
Mag. and Rev. 22 [1898]. 

The new rules and costs in cases of malicious 
injuries. 33 Ir. L. T. 30 [1899]. 

Powers of local councils to make bye-laws 

regulating street-preaching. 34 Ir. L. T. 

199 [1900]. 
Lockwood, Sir Frank: [1846-1897] notes 

by a friend at the common law bar. 23 

Law Mag. and Rev. 92 [1898]. 

— Obituary. 16 Cape L. J. 25 [1898]. 

— "DanT*: a man of parts. 16 Cape L. J. 

161 [1899]. 
Locus poenitentiae. Doctrine of. [Pesrton 

Carter] 9 Am. Law. 386 [1901]. 
Loesch, Frank J. [1852-1^—.] Sketch, with 

portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 131 [1906], 
Logan, Robert H. [1839-1900.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. [Archer A. 

Phlegar] 6 Va. L. Reg. 807 [1901]. 
Logan, Thomas A. [1829-1906.] Obituary. 

52 Ohio L. B. 6 [1907]. 
Lombroso in science and fiction. [Gino 

Carlo Speranza] 13 Green Bag, 475 

[1901]. 
Lomis, Mason B., Judge. [1838-1902.] 

Biographical sketch. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 

190 [1902]. 

— Obituary, with portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 

61 [1902]. 

LONDON. 

The application of the Land Transfer act to 
London. 42 Sol. J. 210 [1898]. 

London building l^slation and its adminis- 
tration. 71 J. P. 421, 433, 445 [1907]. 

London companies and their Ulster estates. 
32 Ir. L. T. 509 [1898]. 

London Country Council and the Metropoli- 
tan Boroughs. 68 J. P. 301 [1904]. 

London government. 124 L. T. 15 [1907]. 

London Government act, 1899. 43 Sol. J. 
653 [1899]. 

London institutions of public importance in 
their legal aspects. [Ernest A. Jelf.] 

I. Introductory. 104 L. T. 242 [1898]. 

I I . The Corporation of the City of London. 
104 L. T. 361, 383, 428, 547; 105 do. 
54, 101 [1898]. 

III. The London County Council. 105 L. 
T. 197 [1898]. 



IV. The Bank of England. 105L.T.241 
[1898]. 

V. The London Stock Exchange. 105 L. 
T. 289 [1898]. 

VI. Lloyd's. 105 L. T. 332, 402 [1898]. 

VII. The General Post Office. 105 L. T. 
437 [1898]. 

VIII. The Conservators of the River 
Thames. 105 L. T. 574 [1898]. 

IX. Her Majesty's mint. 105 L. T. 574 
[1898]. 

X. The Admiralty. 106 L. T. 97 [1898]. 

XI. The War Office. 106 L. T. 145 [1898]. 

XII. The Four Inns of Coi^. 106 L. T. 
189 [1898]. 

XIII. The Incorporated Law Society. 
106 L.T. 240 [18991. 

XIV. The Royal College of Surgeons. 
106 L. T. 285 [1899]. 

XV. The Royal College of Surgeons. 106 
L. T. 360 [1899]. 

XVI. The General Medical Council. 106 
L. T. 454 [1899]. 

XVII. The Archbishop of Canterbury. 

106 L. T. 522 [1899]. 

XVIIL The Royal Society. 107 L. T. 76 
[1899]. 

XIX. The. Royal Academy of Arts in 
London. 107 L. T. 130 [1899]. 

XX. The Royal Institute of British Archi- 
tects. 107 L. T. 154 [1899]. 

XXI. The Institution of Civil Engineers. 

107 L. T. 229 [1899]. 

XXII. The Board of Trade. 107 L. T. 
296 [1899]. 

XXIII. The Surveyors' Institution. 107 
L. T. 342 [1899]. 

XXIV. The Institute of Chartered Ac- 
countants in England and Wales. 107 
L. T. 381 [1899]. 

XXV. The Local Government Board. 

107 L. T. 452 [1899]. 

XXVI. The Treasury. 107 L. T. 469 
[1899]. 

XXVII. The New River Company. 107 
L. T. 543; 107 do. 7 [1899]. 

XXVIII. The East London Waterworks 
Company. 108 L. T. 98, 147 [1899]. 

XXIX. The West Middlesex Waterworks 
Company. 108 L. T. 217 [1900]. 

XXX. The Gas Light and Coke Company. 

108 L. T. 270, 362 [1900]. 



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XXXI. The Great Companies of London. 
108 L. T. 411, 511, 558; 109 do. 2 
[1900). 

XXXII. The Minor Companies of Lon- 
don. 109 L. T. 30 [1900]. 

XXXIII. Imperial Parliament. 109 L.T. 
169 [1900]. 

XXXIV. Her Majesty the Queen. 109 
L. T. 169 [19001. 

London stock exchange: a review and 
summary. [T. E. Hayden] 27 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 36 [1901]. 

Municipal London. [J. E. G. de Mont- 
morency] 23 Law Mag. and Rev. 210 
[1898]. 

London K. 0*8. and their chambers. [A. 
Wallis Myers] 2 Can. L. Rev. 468 [1903]. 

Long haul legislation and law writing, 
being reflections upon a new work on 
railroad rate regulation. [Cliarles E. 
GrinneU] 41 Am. L. Rev. 1 [1907]. 

Long vacation. 20 L. Notes [Gib.] 331 
[1901]. 

Longenecker, Joel M. [1847-1906.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 
47 [1906]. 

Lord Chancellor, The anomalous position 
of the. [R. J. Sugden] 119 L. T. 538; 
40 L. J. 737 [1905]. 

Lord Tenterden*s act in the United States, 
and an important omission therefrom. 
[WUmer T. Fox] 61 Cent. L. J. 344 [1905]. 

Lorebum, Lord. Robert Reid. [1846-1^. 
The new Lord Chancellor of England. 
[Edward Manson] 18 Green Bag, 121; 
5 Can. L. Rev. 263 [1906]. 

LOST INSTRUMENTS. 

Lost checks and duplicates. 22 Bank. L. J. 
243 [1905]. 

LOTTERIES. 

What is a lottery. 71 J. P. 134 [1907]. 

Loughborough, Lord Chancellor. Alex- 
ander Wedderburn. [1733-1805.] [J. 
A. Lovat-Fraser] 29 Law Mag. and 
Rev. 49 [1903]; 3 Can. L. Rev. 423, 435 
[1904]. 

LOUISIANA. 

Civil and the common law in the Loubiana 
purchase. [Emlin McClain] 17 Green 
Bag. 418 [1905]. 

Civil code of Louisiana as a democratic 
institution. [Chas. E. Fenner] 11 Am. 
Law. 331 [1904]. 



Law in the Loubiana purchase. [William 
Wirt Howe] 14 Yale L. J. 77 [1904]. 

The Louisiana purchase. (Stephen S. 
Gregory] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 186, 221, 
313 [1900]. 

— [Edwin T. Merridk] 36 Chic. Leg. N. 

370; 12 Am. Uw. 341 [1904]. 

Louisiana purchase: its influence and develop- 
ment under American rule. [Amos M. 
Thayer] 12 Am. Uw. 483, 524 [1904]. 

The reconstruction period in Louisiana, from 

1865 to 1877. [Benjamin F. Jones] 1 

So. L. Rev. 739 [1902]. 
Suffrage clause in the new constitution of 

Louisiana. [Amasa M. Eaton] 13 

Harv. L. Rev. 279 [1899]. 
Suffrage clause of the Louisiana constitution. 

[Thomas J. Keman] 1 So. L. Rev. 120 

[1901]. 
Lount, William. [1840-1903.] Biographi- 
cal note. 37 Can. L. J. 89 [1901]. 
Ludlow, Lord, Henry Charles Lopes. [1828- 

1900.] Obituary. [G. Pitt-Lewis] 25 

Law Mag. and Rev. 311 [1900]. 
Lumpkin, Joseph Henry. [1799-1867.] 

First Chief Justice of Georgia. [Lo^n 

E. Bleckley] 19 Green Bag, 633 [1907]. 
Lurton, Horace G. [1844-1914.] Judge. 

Sketch, with portrait. 4 Case and Com. 

73 [1898]. 
Lushington, Sir Francis. [1823-1901.] 

Obituary. 112 L. T. 69 [1901]. 
Ljmch, Arthur. Trial for high treason. 

114 L. T. 318; 2 Can. L. Rev. 332 

[1903]. 
Lynch law. [O. F. Hershey] 12 Green 

Bag, 466 [1900]. 

— and its remedy. [Charles J. Bonaparte] 

8 Yale L. J. 335 [1899]. 

— and lynching. [Duane Mowry] 17 Green 

Bag, 638 [1905]. 
• in California. 14 Green Bag, 291 [1902]. 

— in Texas in the sixties. [J. C. Terrell] 

14 Green Bag, 382 [1902]. 
See Riots. 

Ljmdhurst, Lord Chancellor. John Single- 
ton Copley. [1772-1863.] [J. A. Lovat 
Fraser] 27 Law Mag. and Rev. 427 
[1902]. 

Lysaght, Edward, [1763-1811] the poet 
laureate of the anti-union Irish bar. 
[John J. O'Connor] 65 Alb. L. J. 107 
[1903]. 



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247 



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McAdam, David. [1838-1901.] Obituary. 
64 Alb. L. J. 19; 36 Am. L. Rev. 112 

[19021. 

McCIefnand, John Aleiander. [1812- 
1900.] Obituary, with portrait. 33 
Chic. Leg. N. 37 [1900]. 

— Obituary. 35 Am. L. Rev. 285 [1901]. 

— on the life of. [Alfred Orendorff ] 33 Chic. 

Leg. N. 215 [1901]. 

McComas, Louis E.[ 1846-1907.] Judge. 
Obituary. 35 Wash. L. R. 717 [1907]. 

McCoolc, Jolin J., the trust builder. [Paul 

Lotzke] 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 486 [1902]. 
McCormidk, A. P. [1832-1916.] Judge. 

Sketch, with portrait. 5 Case and Com. 

37 [1898]. 
McCuUoch, David, Judge. [1832-1907.] 

Obituary. 40 Chic. Leg. N. 63 [1907]. 
McCulIock V. Maryland in Australia. [H. 

B. Hig&ins] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 559 [1905]. 
McDuffie, George. [1790-1851.] Sketch, 

with portrait. [Walter L. Miller] 11 

Green Bag, 1 [1899]. 
McGibbon, R. D. Obituary. 5 Can. L. 

Rev. 271 [1906]. 
McGill, Aleiander T. [1843-1900.] Chanc. 

Biographical sketch. [Jacob Weart] 23 

N. J. L. 165 [1900]. 
McKinley, William. [1843-1901.] Memor- 

ial proceedings in U. S. C. Ct. of Ap. 

Chicago. 34 Chic. Leg. N. 49 [1901]. 

— Memorial proceedings in Illinob courts. 

34 Chic. Leg. N. 62 [1901]. 

— The late president and his Ulster relations. 

1 N. Jr. Jur. 367 [1901]. 

— Memorial. [R. A. Harrison] 46 Ohio L. 

a 134 [1901]. 
~ Tribute. [Jolin A. Scliauck] 46 Ohio 

L. B. 145 [1901]. 
McLaughlin, William. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. [Charles Curry] 11 Va. 

L. Reg, 159 [1905]. 
McMillan, Daniel H. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 97 [1899]. 
McMuUen, Herbert V. [1873-19—.] Bio- 

graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 

L. J. 97 [1899]. 
McNulta, John, Gen. [1837-1899.] Obit- 
uary. 32 Chic. Leg. N. 225 [1900]. 
MacQueen, Robert. Lord Braxfield. [1722- 

1799.] The real Weir of Hermiston. [W. 

D. Lyell] 16 Jurid. Rev. 115; Portrait. 

16 Jurid. Rev. 115 [1904]. 



Maasdorp, A. F. S. [1847-19—.] Sketch, 
with portrait. 19 S. A. L. J. 225 
[1902]. 

Maasdorp, Christian George. [1848-.] 
Sketch, with portrait. 24 S. A. L. J. 
129 [1907]. 

Macauley, Thomas Babington. [1800- 
1859.] His legal career. 4 Law Notes 
[N. Y.] 230 [1901]. 

Macdesfleld, Lord. Thomas Parker. [1666- 
1731.] The impeached chancellor. 105 
L. T. 577 [1898]. 

Madkey, Franklin H. [1843-1904.] Obit- 
uary. 32 Wash. L. R. 773 [1904]. 

— In memoriam. 33 do. 194 [1905]. 
Madkey, William F. Biographical sketch, 

with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 95 [1899]. 

Madkenzie, Sir George. [1636-1691.] 
[Henry H. Brown] 9 Scot. L. T. 1 [1907]. 

— a study of old Scots' crime. [Henry H. 

Brown] 13 Jurid. Rev. 261 [1901]. 

— of Rosehaugh. [George B. Young] 19 

Jurid. Rev. 226 [1907]. 
Maclean, Sir Francis W. [1844-19—.] 
Judge. Sketch, with portrait. 1 Cal. 
L. J. 65 [1905]. 

Macnaghten, Edward, Lord. [1830-1913.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 8 
J. Comp. Leg. 9 [1907]. 

Macphelah, Cave of. Purchase of the. 
[David Werner Amram] 12 Green Bag, 
89 [1900]. 

Madill, George A. [1838-1901.] Note. 36 
Am. L. Rev. 108 [1902]. 

Madison, James. [1751-1836.] An episode 
in his career. [Maria Newton Mar- 
sliail] 12 Green Bag, 339 [1900]. 

Mafassal law courts of Bengal, Reminis- 
cences of the. [Andrew T. Sibbald] 14 
Green Bag, 337 [1902]. 

Mafia, The. [Gino C. Speranza] 12 Green 
Bag, 302 [1900]. 

MAGISTRATES 

See Justice of the Peace. 
Magna Charta. [Thornton M. Hinkle] 

8 Yale L. J. 262 [1899]. 

— [P. Vinogradoff] 21 Uw Q. Rev. 250 

[1905]. 

— and the Illinob constitution. [Adolph 

Moses] 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 558 [1902]. 

— groveling in her gore. 5Law Notes [N.Y.]. 

147 [1901.] 



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MANITOBA 



Matna Chaita re-read. [Geo. NeUaon] 
17 Jurid. Rev. 128 [1905]. 

Maine, Sir Henry. [1822-1888.] The 
teaching of. [Paul Vinogradoff] 20 
Uw Q. Rev. 119 [1904]. 

Maintenance. 115 L. T. 217 [1903]. 

— of military aiding in suppressing riots. 

63 J. P. 273 [1899]. 
Maitland, Frederic William. [1850-1007.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. [Gail- 
lard Tlionias Lapeley] 19 Green Bag, 
205 [1007]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 

9 [1906]. 

— In memoriam. [Oliver Wendell Holmes, 

John C. Gray, R. Saleilles, Paul 
Meyer, Heinrich Bninner, F. Lieber- 
mann, Joseph Redlich, A. Zocco- 
Rosa] 23 Law Q. Rev. 137 [1907]. 

— Sketch. [D. P. Heatley] 19 Jurid. Rev. 1 

[1907]. 

— Obituary. 51 Sol. J. 154 [1907]. 
MALAY STATES. 

Debt-slavery in the Malay Peninsula. 

[Thomas Baty] 26 Law Mag. and Rev. 

312, 407 [1901]. 
Review of legislation, 1899. [E. Manson] 2 

J. Comp. Leg. 550 [1900]. 

— 1900. [Walter J. Napier] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 

326 [1901]. 
— 1903. [T. Baty] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 345 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 98 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 432 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 296 [1907]. 
Malice. [F. O. Crump] 106 L. T. 9 [1898]. 

— Has, any place in civil wrongs. [A. R. 

CoUes] 19 Can. L. T. 53 [1899]. 

— in law and fact. [Silas Alward] 18 Can. 

L. T. 157 [1898]. 

— in the English and Roman law of defama- 

tion. [MeUus de Villiers] 17 Law Q. 
Rev. 388 [1901]. 

— What is. [D. Aikenhead Stroud] 24 

Law Mag. and Rev. 341 [1899]. 
Malicious motice as a ground of action. 
[J. Hassell Henderson] 13 Jurid. Rev. 
452 [1901]. 

MALICIOUS PROSECUTION. 

Actions for malicious prosecution. [Silas 
Alward] 40 Can. L. J. 296 [1904]. 

Probable cause or malice in malicious prose- 
cution. [Frank E. Hod^ns] 18 Can. 
L. T. 169 [1898]. 



Reasonable and probable cause in actions for 
malicious procedure. [C. B. Labatt] 
35 Can. L. J. 545, 664 [1899]. 

Malicious torts. [Henry T. Terry] 20 Law 
Q. Rev. 10 [1904]. 

MALTA. 

Review of legislation, 1895. [H. L. Ormsby] 
1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 13 [1896]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 177 [1899]. 

— 1898. [E. Manson] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 579 

[1899]. 

— 1899. [Albert Gray] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 

645 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 433 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 359 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 457 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 474 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 237 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 551 [1906]. 

— 1906. [Edward Manson] 8 J. Comp. 

Leg. 430 [1907]. 
Man behind the books. [John H. Burford] 

1 Okla. L. Jnl. 127 [1903]. 
MANDAMUS. 
Mandamus against a governor. [Edward 

J. Myers] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 631 [1905]. 
Notes on mandamus. [B. C. Maclean] 4 

Rev. Leg. 514 [1898]. 
Mandown, Charles F. [1837-1911.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 6 Case and Com. 49 [1899]. 
MANITOBA. 

Boundaries of Manitoba. [Thomas Hod- 
gins] 25 Can. L. T. 200 [1905]. 
The law of certiorari in the Province of 

Manitoba. [M. G. Macneil] 6 Can. L. 

Rev. 285 [1906]. 
Manitoba Liquor act. [Alan C. Ewart] 1 

Can. L. Rev. 130 [1901]. 
Manitoba Liquor act case. [A. H. F. Lefroy] 

37 Can. L. J. 217 [1901]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [Alexander 

Pulling] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 116 [1896]. 
^ 1896. [H. Stuart Moore] 2 J. Comp. 

Leg. o. 8. 228 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 143 [1899]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 543 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 610 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 395 [1901). 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 327 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 415 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 435 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 197 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 507 [1906]. 



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ReYiew of legislation, 1906. 8 J. Comp. Leg. 
384 [1907]. 

Manning, John. Obituary. (Kemp. P. 
Battle] 2 N. C. L. J. 77 [1901]. 

Manafleld, Lord. William Murray. [170&- 
1793.] 106 L. T. 339 [1899]; 21 L. 
Notes [Gib.] 337 [1902]. 

— Politician. 107 L. T. 63 [1899]. 

— as political Chief Justice. 107 L. T. 325 

[1899]. 

— and his relation to our laws. [William L. 

RoyaU] 14 Am. Uw. 297, 355 [1906]. 

— His undecided case in the Supreme Court 

of the United States. [Frederick De 
Courcy Faust] 15 Green Bag, 28 [1908]. 

Manslaughter by violence in the football 
field. 32 Ir. L. T. 539 [1898]. 

Manslayer in the city of refuge. [David 
Werner Amram] 12 Green Bag, 384 
[1900]. 

Mantalini grievance. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 
146 [1906]. 

MARINE INSURANCE. 

General average liability with cargo for suc- 
cessive ports. [Harrington Putnam] 
2 Colum. L. Rev. 275 [1902]. 

Insurances of enemies' property. [D. F. 
Pennant] 18 Law Q. Rev. 289 [1902]. 

The law of marine insurance. 35 Ir. L. T* 
391 [1901]. 

Marine insurance — the sue and labour 

clause. [H. Birch Sharpe] 22 Law Q. 

Rev. 406 [1906]. 
The Marine Insurance bill. [Arthur Cohen] 

19 Law Q. Rev. 367 [1903]. 
"Thieves" in relation to a policy of marine 

insurance. [H. Birch Sharpe] 20 Law 

Q. Rev. 300 [1904]. 
When a ship sails. [Erskine Hazard Dick- 
son] 46 Am. L. R^. 201 [1898]. 
MARITIME LAW. 
The Amsterdam maritime law conference. 

[G. G. Phillimore] 30 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 29 [1904]. 
Arrest of property for salvage by receivers of 

wreck. 105 L. T. 309 [1898]. 
Burden of proof in cases of marine disaster. 

[Frederic Cunningham] 39 Am. L. 

Rev. 178 [1905]. 
Continuous voyages and contraband. 108 

L. T. 292 [1900]. 



Continuous voyages in relation to contraband 
of war. [J. Westlake] 15 Law Q. Rev. 
24 [1899]. 

Conversion of nnerchant ships into war ships. 
[George Grafton Wilson] 2 Am. J. 

Int. L. 271 [1908]. 

Damages arising out of collison between ships. 
Ill L.T. 103 [1901]. 

The doctrine of continuous voyages. [Charles 

Burke EUiott] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 61 [1907]. 
Duties of shipowners as r^;ards seamen under 

the Merchant Shipping Act of 1894. 

24 S. A. L. J. 383 [1907]. 
Exemption of private property at sea from 

capture. [Edwin Maxey] 18 Green Bag, 

155 [1906]. 
Foreign compulsory pilotage. 18 L. Notes 

[Gib.] 211 [1899]. 
The Hamburg maritime law conference. 

[G. G. Phillimore] 28 Law Mag. and 

Rev. 55 [1902]. 
The Harter act. [Frederick Green] 16 Harv. 

L. Rev. 157 [1903]. 
The influence of Lord Stowell on the maritime 

law of England. [E. S. Roscoe] 27 

Law Mag. and Rev. 210 [1902]. 
Insurgency and international maritime law. 

[George Grafton Wilson] 1 Am. J. 

Int. L. 46 [1907]. 
International maritime law. 23 L. Notes 

[Gib.) 117 [1904]. 
Jurisdiction over foreign ships in territorial 

waters. [Charles Noble Gregory] 2 

Mich. L. Rev. 333 [1904]. 
Maritime law and jurisdiction in Australia. 

[F. L. Stow] 2 Com. L. Rev. 110, 157 

[1905]. 
Maritime torts resulting in death. [Wm. B. 

Morris] 52 Cent. L. J. 182 [1901]. 
Marriages at sea. [J. Dundas White] 17 

Law Q. Rev. 283 [1901]. 
Ownership of merchant vessels. [Edward 

Louis de Hart] 4 J. Comp. Leg. 34 [1902]. 
Private property on the high seas. [G. A. 

Finkehiburg] 38 Am. L. Rev. 641 [1904]. 
A reform in maritime law. [James Gustavus 

Whiteley] 37 Am. L. Rev. 863 [1903]. 
The rights of charterers of mortgaged ships. 

45 Sol. J. 322 [1901]. 
Shipowners and the Workmen's Compensa- 
tion act. 117 L. T. 99 [1904]. 
Some liabilities attaching to sunken vessels. 

106 L. T. 452 [1899]. 



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The study of maritime law. [George F. 
Ormsby] 64 Alb. L. J. 331 [1902]. 

The unification of maritime law: Antwerp 
conference, 1898. [Louis Franckl 24 
Law Mag. and Rev. 64 [1898]. 

Would immunity from capture, during war, of 
non-offending private property upon the 
high seas be in the interest of civiliza- 
tion? [C. H. Stockton] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 
930 [1907]. 

MARITIME LIENS. 

Damage and salvage priorities and liens. 112 

L. T. 98 [1901]. 
The enforcement of maritime lien in County 

Courts. 104 L. T. 290 [1898]. 
Maritime lien. 45 Sol. J. 702 [1901]. 
Maritime lien for damage. [T. G. Canrer] 

3 Colum. L. Rev. 369 [1903]. 
Maritime Provinces, The union of the. 

[Reginald V. Harris] 5 Can. L. Rev. 

475, 6 do. 8 [1906-7]. 
Market gardens. 62 J. P. 209 [1898]. 
Marketable Title. 

See Vendor and Purchaser. 
MARKETS. 

Hawkers in markets. 64 J. P. 210 [1900]. 
On markets and fairs. 113 L. T. 318 [1902]. 
The position of Local Councils as to markets 

and fairs. 34 Ir. L. T. 30 [1900]. 
Selling in a market. 62 J. P. 769 [1898]. 
MARRIAGE. 
Agreements by third parties in consideration 

of marriage. 44 Sol. J. 173 [1900]. 
Antenuptial conveyances in fraud of marital 

rights. [Hubert R. Soutliall] 7 Va. 

L. R^. 822 [1902]. 
Capacity in international marriages. [J. 

H. Beale, Jr.] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 382 

[1902]. 
The community of asquests and gains. 

[WiUiam Wirt Howe] 12 Yale L. J. 216 

[1903]. 
Conditions of forefeiture on marriage with- 
out consent. 49 Sol. J. 81 [1904]. 
Conflict of laws upon the subject of marriage 

and divorce. [Clarence D. Ashley] 15 

Yale L. J. 387 [1906]. 
Dangers of second marriages. [Raleigh C. 

Minor] 4 Va. Reg. 71 [1898]. 
— a reply. [Richard Cox Barlow] 4 Va. L. 

Reg. 485 [1898]. 
Deceased wife's sister. [N. W. Hoyles] 41 

Can. L. J. 345; 119 L. T. 87 [1905]. 



The Delpit case. [L. Maxwell Lyon] 21 
Can. L. T. 106 [1901]. 

Difficulties in marrying in the United States. 
[R. Vashon Rogers] 5 Can. L. Rev. 145 
[1906]. 

EHscharge of orders under the Summary 
Jurisdiction [married women] act, 1895. 
67 J. P. 421 [1903]. 

Documents relating to fictitious marriages. 

107 L. T. 54 [1899]. 
Early American marriage laws. [R. Vashon 

Rogers] 3 Can. L. Rev. 133 [1904]. 
The effect of re-marriage in violation of the 

act of 1905 [lib.]. 33 Nat. Corp. Rep. 37 

[1906]. 
Essentials of a valid marriage in Virginia. 

[Warren D. Harris] 6 Va. L. Reg. 437, 

511, 598 [1900-1901]. 
Fleet marriage. [Vincent van Marter 

Beede] 14 Green Bag, 234 [1902]. 
Foreign marriage law. 113 L. T. 172 [1902]. 
Fraud on marital rights. [A. Wood Renton] 

13 Green Bag, 344 [1901]. 
Injunctions to protect marital relations. 3 

Law Notes [N. Y.] 166 [1899]. 
International law of marriage. [Sir Walter 

G. F. Phillimore] 36 Am. L. Rev. 204 

[1902]. 
Irregular marriages in Scotland. 14 Scot. 

L. Rev. 68 [1898]; 18 do. 299 [1902]. 
Law of capacity in international marriages. 

[J. H. Beale, Jr.] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 382 

[1902]. 
The law of marriage. [A. F. S. Maasdorp] 

17 Cape L. J. 1, 113. 218; 18 S. A. J. 22 

[1900-1901]. 
Law of marriage and divorce. [Wm. Hard- 
castle Browne] 11 Yale L. J. 340 [1902]. 
Law of mixed marriages. (G. W. Dillon] 1 

Alia. L. J. 149 [1904'. 
The law of Scotland relating to marriage. 

[F. H. Kirk] 1 Natal L. Q. 18, 210 [1902]. 
L^itimacy and marriage. [Joseph Cullen 

Ayer, Jr.] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 22 [1902], 
Legitimation by subsequent marriage. [Sir 

Dennis Fitzpatridc] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 

22 [1906]. 
A magistrate's marriage fee. [Jonas Jutton] 

15 Green Bag, 142 [1903]. 
Marriage acts and the canon law. 42 L. J. 665 

[1907]. 
Marriage and divorce. 2 N. C. L. J. 135 

[1901]. 



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251 



MARRIED WOMEN 



Marriage and divorce in America. (Sydney 
Brooks] 67 Alb. L. J. 267 [1905]. 

Marriage and divorce in France. [H. Cleve- 
land Coze] 12 Am. Law. 61 [1904]. 

Marriage and divorce in state and church. 
[Benjamin Brewster] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 
541 [1905]. 

Marriage and divorce laws. [Beecher W. 
Watermire] 67 Alb. L. J. 163; 50 Ohio 
L. B. 45 [1905]. 

Marriage in old Rome. [R. Vashon Rogers] 
18 Green Bag, 402 [1906]. 

Marriage in Roman law. [Emile Stocquart] 

16 Yale L. J. 303 [1907]. 

Marriage laws of Canada. [George S. 
Holmested] 2 Can. L. Rev. 527 [1903]. 

The marriage laws of Scotland. [Emile 
Stocquart] 28 Law Mag. and Rev. 326, 
431 [1903]. 

Marriage of English subjects abroad. [G. 

Addison Smith] 19 Jurid. Rev. 369 

[1907]. 
Marriage settlements. 114 L. T. 145 [1902]. 
Marriage with deceased wife's sister. [Geo. 

S. Holmested] 25 Can. L. T. 323 [1905]. 
Marriage with deceased wife's sister. 27 

Can. L. T. 587 [1907]. 
Marriages at sea. [J. Dundas White] 17 

Uw Q. Rev. 283 [1901. 
Married women trading in firm names. 107 

L. T. 101 [1899]. 
Mixed marriages. [Herman Cohen] 8 

Bom. L. Rep. 281 [1906]. 
Monetary expectations upon marriages. 121 

L. T. 518 [1906]. 
The negotiation of a marriage settlement of 

personalty. 47 Sol. J. 5, 24 [1902]. 
Non-christian marriage. [Sir Dennis Fitz- 

patrick] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 359; 3 do. 157 

[1900-1901]. 
Nullity of marriage. [Franldin G. Fessen- 

den] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 110 [1899]. 
Practice under the new amendment of the 

New York code of civil procedure govern- 
ing matrimonial actions. [Fred. L. 

Gross] 6 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 19 [1903]. 
Prepayment of sums covenanted in a mar- 
riage settlement to be paid at a specified 

time. 46 Sol. J. 192 [1902]. 
Proposed reforms in marriage and divorce 

laws. [Amasa M. Eaton] 4 Colum. L. 

Rev. 243 [1904]. 



A question of marital rights. [M. J. €ror- 
man] 5 Can. L. Rev. 13 [1906]. 

Registration of marriages in Ireland. [Her- 
bert Wood] 2 N. Ir. Jur. 386, 392 [1902]. 

Remarriages of divorced persons. 67 J. P. 
277 [1903]. 

Restraints on marriage. [W. C. Sullivan] 15 

Green Bag, 307 [1903]. 
Rights of American girb who marry foreigners. 

[Clarlc BeU] 60 Alb. L. J. 72 [1899]; 107 

L. T. 551 [1899]. 
Scotch marriages. [R. Vashon Rogers] 11 

Green Bag, 426 [1899]. 
Second marriages and life insurance. 115 

L. T. 317 [1903]. 
Separation from deceased wife's sister by order 

of justices. 67 J. P. 133 [1903]. 
Some defenses to actions for breach of promise 

of marriage. 3 Law Notes [N. Y.] 207 

[1900]. 
Status in connection with colonial marriages. 

[Lord Davey] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 201 [1900]. 
Status of married women at the common law. 

[£. H. Hopkins] 4 West. Res. L. J. 18, 

60, 122 [1898]. 
Statutory restraints on the marriage of di- 
vorced persons. [H. J. Whitmore] 57 

Cent. L. J. 444 [1903]. 
To encourage matrimony. 26 L. Notes [Gib.] 

15 [1907]. 
Uniform law relating to annulment. [Walter 

George Smith] 64 Cent. L. J. 229 [1907]. 
Validity of marriage. 46 Sol. J. 377 [1902]. 
Venereal disease in the law of marriage and 

divorce. [Charles Henry Huberich] 

37 Am. L. Rev. 226 [1903]. 
What is a valid limitation to cease upon 

marriage or a condition void as being in 

restraint of marriage? [Louis Luckel] 

48 Cent. L. J. 172 [1899]. 
When a man marries. [William Arch. 

McCIean] 12 Green Bag, 135 [1900]. 
MARRIED WOMEN. 

See Husband and Wife. 
MarshaU, John, [1755-1835] John Scott 

and. [Jolin B. Cassody] 33 Am. L. Rev. 

1 [1899]; 32 Chic. Leg. N. 410 [1900]. 

— Jefferson and Marshall. Historic coUbion 

between the executive and the judiciary. 
[L. B. Proctor] 59 Alb. L. J. 289 [1899]. 

— Chief Justice Marshall and some of his 

associates on the bench. [L. B. Proctor] 
60 Alb. L. J. 230 [1899]. " 



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252 



MARTIAL LAW 



Manhally John. Chief Justice Marshall. 
[Warren OIney] 34 Am. L. Rev. 550 
[1900]. 

— Sketch, with portrait. 7 Case and Com. 

73 [1900]. 

— Chief Justice Marshall at the Burr trial. 

[Ad<^ph Moses] 19 Nat. Corp. Rep. 865 
[1900]. 

— The ancestry of Chief Justice Marshall. 

[J. Harry Chesley] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
550 [1900]. 

— address. [Isaac N. Phillips] 20 Nat. Corp. 

Rep. 640; 32 Chic. Leg. N. 352 [1900]. 

— John Marshall's effective mandamus. 

[Adolph Moses] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
1008 [1900]. 

— In his relation to the establishment of the 

supremacy of the Supreme Court of the 
United States as an organ of constitutional 
interpretation. [Hampton L. Carson] 
7 West. Res. L. J. 31 [1901]. 

— Biographical sketch, with portrait. [Fran- 

cis R. Jones] 13 Green Bag, 53 [1901]. 

— soldier, lawyer, statesman, and man. 

13 Green Bag, 157 [1901]. 

— judge and jurist. 13 Green Bag, 213 [1901]. 

— Centennial oration. [Henry Cabot 

Lod^e] 21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 775 [1901]. 

— Centennial oration. [Wajme MacVeagh] 

21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 841; 22 do. 9 [1901]. 

— Centennial anniversay exercises at Wash- 

ington. 29 Wash. L. R. 86 [1901]. 

— Chief Justice Marshall's view on presi- 

dential elections. [James Hillhouse] 

22 Nat. Corp. Rep. 189 [1901]. 

— A commemorative address on Chief Justice 

Marshall. [John F. Dillon] 35 Am. L. 
Rev. 161 [1901]; 63 Alb. L. J. 83 [1901]. 

— the friendship between Marshall and 

Story. [Adolph Moses] 35 Am. L. 
Rev. 321 [1901]. 

— his career as lawyer and jurist. [Luther 

LaflinMilIs]22Nat.Corp. Rep. 152[1901]. 

— Homage to John Marshall. [Melville 

W. FuUer] 21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 807 [1901]. 

— Sketch. [Alfred Russell] 35 Am. L. 

Rev. 1; 12 Am. Leg. N. 79 [1901]. 

— Sketch. [John Freeman Baker] 63 

Alb. L. J. 7; 8 Bar, 35 [1901]. 

— Sketch. [J. C. McRae] 2 N. C. L. J. 1 

[1901]. 

— 20 Law Notes [Gib.] 312; 5 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 6 [1901]. 



Marshall, John Address. [Francis M. 
Finch] 10 Yale L. J. 171 [1901]. 

— Address. [Alfred S. Reeves] 3 Brief, 260 

[1901]. 

— Oration. [Charles E. Perkins] 10 Yale 

L. J. 187 [1901]. 

— Address. [H. Warner Hill] 1 So. L. Rev. 

85 [1901]. 

— Address. [John A. Shauck] 45 Ohio L. 

B. 115 [1901]. 

— and the Western Reserve. [W. W. Boyn- 

ton] 7 West. Res. L. J. 61 [1901]. 

— memorial tablet. [Maria Newton Mar- 

shall] 14 Green Bag, 372 [1902]. 

— Chief Justice Marshall on Federal regula- 

tion of interstate carriers. [E. Parmalee 
Prentice] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 77 [1905]. 

— In Marshall's day and ours. [Alfred C. 

Coze] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 88 [1903]. 

— as a statesman. [From Chicago Tribune] 

29 Nat. Corp. Rep. 110 [1904]. 

— Influence of, in the Supreme Court of the 

United States. [John A. Shauck] 
7 Brief, 77 [1907]. 

Marshall, Thomas F. [1801-1864.] Bio- 
graph ical sketch , with portrait . [Charles 
Fennell] 19 Green Bag, 389 [1907]. 

Marshalls, The, of Kentucky and Virginia. 

21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 99 [1900]. 
Marshalling of mortgages. [W. Strachan] 

22 Law Q. Rev. 307 [1906]. 
MARTIAL LAW. 

The case of Marais. [Cyril Dodd] 18 Law Q. 

Rev. 143 [1902]. 
Governor Eyre and martial law. 112 L. T. 

153 [1901]. 
Martial law. [Robert M. Kin^] 17 Cape 

L. J. 30, 132 [1900]. 

— [Sir Frederick PoUock] 19 S. A. L. J. 

142 [1902]. 

— [H. Earle Richards] 18 Law Q. Rev. 133 

[1902]. 
Martial law historically considered. [W. S. 

Holdsworth] 18 Uw Q. Rev. 117 [1902]. 
Martial law in Colorado. [Edward J. Max- 

weU] 66 Alb. L. J. 270 [1904]. 

Martial law in Natal. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 514 
[1900]. 

Martial law in rebellion. [G. G. Phillimore] 
2 J. Comp. Leg. 45 [1900], 

What is martial law? [Sir Frederidk 
PoUock] 18 Uw Q. Rev. 153; 112 L. 
T. 458 [1902]. 



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253 



MASTER AND SERVANT 



Martin, Alexander [1833-1902.] Obituary. 
1 Am. Law Sch. Rev. 90 [1903]. 

Martin, Francois Xavier. [1762^1846.] 
Historian and jurist. pPierce Butler] 
18 Green Bag, 261 [1906]. 

Martin, Sir Samuel, Baron. [1801-1883.] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 12 
Green Bag, 105 [1900]. 

MARYLAND. 

Adoption of English law in Maryland. 
[Bernard C. Steiner] 8 Yale L. J. 353 
[1899]. 

Bar of early Maryland. [Elihu S. Riley] 12 
Green Bag, 577 [1900]. 

Masliona case and prize jurisdiction. [R. 
G. Marsden] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 38 [1901]. 

Mason, Edward G. [1839-1898.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. N. 147 
[1898]. 

Mason, F. Howard. [1861-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 96 [1899]. 

Mason, Jeremiali. [1768-1848.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 12 Green 
Bag, 497 [1900]. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

CapL John Carter vs. the Province of Massa- 
chusetts Bay. [Louis Crai& Comisli] 
12 Green Bag, 333 [1900]. 

Courts of justice in the Province of Massa- 
chusetts Bay under the first charter, 
1630-1684. [Thomas Lewis Pliilips] 
34 Am. L. Rev. 566 [1900]. 

Discovery in Massachusetts. [Frank W. 
GrinneU] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 110 [1902]. 

Land title registration in Massachusetts. 
[William D. Turner] 33 Am. L. Rev. 
42 [1899]. 

Massachusetts as a philanthropic robber. 
[Cliarles Warren] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 
316 [1898]. 

Massachusetts corporations. [Frederic J. 
Stimson] 26 Nat. Corp. Rep. 588, 632 
[1903]. 

Massachusetts proposition for an employers' 
compensation act. [Epapliroditus Pedc] 
14 Yale L. J. 18 [1904]. 

Newspaper contempt cases in Massachusetts. 
33 Am. L. Rev. 117 [1899]. 

The rights of a mesne attaching creditor in 
probate proceedings in Massachusetts. 
[Josepli M. SuUivan] 67 Alb. L. J. 10 
[1905]. 



Torrens registration of real estate titles and 
its practical operation in Massachusetts. 
[Clarence C. Smitli] 54 Cent. L. J. 
285 [1902]. 

MASTER AND SERVANT. 

See also Employers' Liability; Workmen's 
Compensation. 

Abrogation of the fellow-servant doctrine 
with reference to railroad employees. 
[Arch*d D. Dabney] 8 Va. L. Reg. 245 
[1902]. 

Acceptance of the risk by the servant. [Sey- 
mour D. Thompson] 56 Cent. L. J. 
323 [1903]. 

Allowance of special damages in actions for 
wrongful dismissal of servants. [C. B. 
Labatt] 43 Can. L. J. 593 [1907]. 

Application of rule res ipsa loquitur as 
between master and servant. 13 Case 
and Com. 118 [1907]. 

Articles of clerkship. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 
339 [1903]. 

The basis of a master's liability for the wilful 
wrongs of his servant. [Herbert Nich- 
oUs] 5 Com. L. Rev. 145 [1908]. 

Basis of employers' liability for acts of their 
servants. [A. Pearce Hig^ns] 5 J. 
Comp. Leg. 109 [1903]. 

Character of servants — blacklisting. [C. 
B. Labatt] 42 Can. L. J. 289 [1906]. 

Collateral or casual n^ligence — liability of 
a principal for the negligent acts of a con- 
tractor or his servants. [N. W. Hoyles] 
43 Can. L. J. 305 [1907]. 

Common employment and the liability of 
guardians. 41 Ir. L. T. 67 [1907]. 

Constitutionality of federal legislation con- 
cerning employer and employee engaged 
in interstate and foreign commerce. 
[Carl V. Wisner] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 639 
[1907]. 

Criminal acts of a servant. 23 L. Notes [Gib.] 
279 [1904]. 

The criminal liability of publicans for the acts 
of servants. 68 J. P. 159 [1904]. 

The criminal responsibility of masters for the 
acts of their servants. 105 L. T. 219 
[1898]. 

Distinction between principal and agent and 
master and servant. [Adolph Wis- 
lizenus] 35 Am. L. Rev. 27 [1901]. 

Discharge of company's servants by vol- 
untary winding up. 49 Sol. J. 631 [1905]. 



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254 



MASTER OF THE ROLLS 



The doctrine of common employment in 
England and Canada. [J. P. McGregor] 
6 Can. L. Rev. 24, 61, 110, 158, 324 
[1906]. 

Domestic servants. [Geo. S. Holmested] 
24 Can. L. T. 125 [1904J. 

Domestic servants and the Workmen's 
Compensation act. 41 Ir. L. T. 179, 
186 [1907]. 

Equitable jurisdiction in regard to contracts 
of employment. [C. B. Labatt] 43 Can. 
L. J. 121 [1907]. 

Evidence to prove negligence of master in 
employing incompetent or unfit servant. 
[Sc^rmour D. Thompson] 60 Cent. L. 
J. 104 [1906]. 

Extension to the admiralty of the fellow- 
servant doctrine. [Frederic Cunning- 
ham] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 294 [1904]. 

Hired vehicles and the relation of master and 
servant. [A. R. Colles] 19 Can. L. T. 
250 [1899]. 

Hiring and dismissal of domestic servants. 
112 L. T. 422 [1902]. 

Joint and severable liability of master and 
servant for negligence as affecting 
removal of causes. [Cjmis J. Wood] 54 
Cent. L. J. 404 [1902]. 

Labor unions and the law of master and 
servants. [Charles C. Moore] 7 Law 
Notes [N. Y.] 85 [1903]. 

The law of master and servant. [N. W. 
Hoyles] 40 Can. L. J. 136 [1904]. 

The law of the so-called "independent con- 
tractor" in its relation to the doctrine 
of master and servant in Illinois. [Barry 
Gilbert] 32 Chic. Leg. N. 423 [1900]. 

Legislative intervention between employer 
and workman in France. [Charles 
Gans] 13 Jurid. Rev. 40 [1901]. 

Liability of a master to third persons for 
the n^ligence of a stranger assisting his 
servant. [Floyd R. Mechem] 3 Mich. 
L. Rev. 198 [1905]. 

The liability of companies and individuals for 
wrongful arrest by their servants; 104 
L. T. 526 [1898]. 

Liability of an employer for the torts of an 
independent contractor. [C. B. Labatt] 
40 Can. L. J. 529; 41 do. 49 [1904-5]. 

Liability of master for injuries to servants. 
[D. M. Midkey] 50 Cent. L. J. 425 
[1900]. 



Male servants. 63 J. P. 370 [1899]; 66 do. 
66 [1902]. 

Master and servant — negligence of inde- 
pendent contractor. [Clias. W. Mc- 
Rinney] 50 Cent. L. J. 164 [1900]. 

Master's liability — a new departure. [W. 
R. Perkins] 6 Va. L. Reg. 732 [1901]. 

Masters' liability under licensing statutes 
for servants acts. 62 J. P. 658 [1898]. 

The relation of master and servant — per- 
sonal injuries of servants. 108 L. T. 
386, 412. 437 [1900]. 

Right to terminate a hiring, where duration 
is not provided for. [C. B. Labatt] 34 
Can. L. J. 587 [1898]. 

The rights of an employee against employers' 
blacklist. [Rupert Sargent Holland] 
51 Am. L. Reg. 803 [1903]. 

Rights of employer and employee to inven- 
tions made by either during the relation- 
ship. [Dwight B. Cheever] 1 Mich. 
L. Rev. 384 [1903]. 

Servants' compensation. 51 Sol. J. 508 
[1907]. 

Service distinguished from tenancy. [C. B. 
Labatt] 41 Can. L. J. 673 [1905]. 

Statutory liability, of employers for defects 
in the condition of their plant. [C. B. 
Labatt] 38 Can. L. J. 273, 313 [1902]. 

Statutory liability of employers for the 
negligence of employee's exercising super- 
intendence. [C. B. Labatt] 38 Can. L. 
J. 617 [1902]. 

Statutory r^ulation of employer and em- 
ployee. [O. H. Myridk] 63 Cent. L. J. 
43 [1906]. 

Summary jurisdiction in apprenticeships. 
104 L. T. 524 [1898]. 

The title of a finder. 33 Ir. L. T. 225 [1899]. 

The vice-principal doctrine in Illinois. 
[George Haven Miller] 1 111. L. Rev. 
242 [1906]. 

Voluntary assumption of risk. [Francis H. 
Bohlen] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 14, 91 [1906]. 

When common employment exonerates em- 
ployer. [Silas Alward] 23 Can. L. T. 
165 [1903]. 

Within the scope of employment. 19 L. 
Notes [Gib.] 246 [1900]. 

Master of the Rolls, Some anecdotes of the 
legal kinsfolk of the. Ill L. T. 572 [1901]. 

— More about the legal relations of the. 112 
L. T. 85 [1901]. 



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255 



MAXIMS 



Mather, Cotton, [1663-1728] in the probate 
court. [Eugene Tappan] 19 Green Bag, 
659 [1907]. 

Mathew, Sir James Charles. Lord Justice. 
Biographical sketch. 50 Sol. J. 202 [1906]. 

Mathews, Thomas. [1742-1812.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [J. D. 
Harris] 7 Va. L. Reg. 153 [1907]. 

Mattespn, Andre. Obituary, with - por- 
trait. 36 Chic. Leg. N. 211 [1904]. 

MAURITIUS. 

Modes of legislation in the British colonies: 

Mauritius. [E. Koenig] 2 J. Comp. L^. 

506 [1900]. 
Registration of deeds in Mauritius. [C. 

Fortescue-Brickdale] 2 J. Comp. L^.. 

o. 8. 315 [1897]. 
Review of legislation, 1895. [H. L. Ormsby] 

1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 23 [1897]. 

— 1896. [F. T. Piggott] 2 J. Comp. L^. 

o. s. 156 [1897]. 

— 1901. [A. Wood Renton] 4 J. Comp. 

Leg. 244 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg! 349 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 346 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. L^. 100 [1906]. 

— 1906. [Edward Manson] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 

297 [1907]. 
MaiimiUan, The trial of. The state's charges 

and his defence.- [Rupert Sargent 

Holland] 16 Green Bag, 253 [1904]. 
MAXIMS. 
Actio personalis cum persona maritur. [John 

J. Power] 19 Can. L. T. 129, 166, 201, 

215 [1899]. 
Actio personalis moritur cum persona, as 

applied to negligence. [G. D. Keo^] 

24 Law Mag. and Rev. 39 [1898]. 
Ambulatory rule, and the maxim verba for- 
tius accipiuntur contra proferentem. [W. 

T. Hughes] 64 Cent. L. J. 167 [1907]. 
Amount which may be given by donor mortis 

causa, [Luther E. Hewitt] 46 Am. L. 

Reg. 73 [1898]. 
Apices juris. [Charles Morse] 17 Green Bag, 

466 [1905]. 
Caveat venditor. [Silas Alward] 36 Can. L. 

J. 399 [1900]. 
Concerning "fiat ut petitur." 15 Scot. L. Rev. 

159 [1899]. 
Concerning legal maxims. [Charles Morse] 

35 Am. L. Rev. 529; 111 L. T. 504 

[1901]. 



Contracts: ex pacta actio non nascitur, 
[Edgar S. Shumway] 51 Am. L. Reg. 
268 [1903]. 

Cujus est solum ejus est esque ad calum, 
[S. Varadachari] 17 Mad. L. J. 1 [1907]. 

Delegatus non potest delegare — an exception. 
[Richard Robson] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 189 
[1906]. 

Doctrina placitandi. [E. Allen Frost] 14 
Green Bag, 584 [1902]. 

Donatio causa mortis. [Joseph Chapman] 
54 Am. L. Reg. 440 [1906]. 

Employers liability — volenti non fit injuria. 
[Silas Alward] 41 Can. L. J. 387 [1905]. 

Equity maxims. [Murray F. Tuley] 35 
Chic. L^. N. 427. 437 [1903]. 

Facilis descensus avemi. [Thomas Baty] 23 
Law Mag. and Rev. 106 [1898]. 

"The greater the truth the greater the libel.*. 

120 L. T. 500; 26 Can. L. T. 394 [1906]. 
The history of caveat emptor in titles to per- 
sonalty. [Charles Henry Tuttle] 63 

Alb. L. J. 21 [1901]. 
Law of n^ligence as expressed in the doctrine 

of res ipsa loquitor. [Aleiander Hirsch- 

berg] 63 Alb. L. J. 144 [1901]. 
Melius petere fontes quam sectari rivulos. 

It is better to seek the fountain than 

wander down the rivulets. [I. W. 

Foltz] 39 Chic. Leg. N. 75, 362; 40 do. 

6 [1906-7]. 
Mens rea. [Silas Alward] 39 Can: L. J. 691 

[1908]. 
Modus et conventio vincunt legem. [Charles 

Morse] 42 Can. L. J. 49 [1906]. 
" Nullum tempus occurrit regi:* 69 J. P. 386 

[1905]. 
Once a mortgage, always a mortgage. 46 

Sol. J. 63 [1901]. 
One of the law's iniquities. 7 Law Notes 

[N. Y.] 226 [1904]. 
Perplexity of ''per my et per tout.** [William 

A. Purrlngton] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 385 

[1902]. 
Publicum bonum private est preferendum. 

[Franklin A. Beecher] 65 Cent. L. J. 

79. 100, 119 [1907]. 
Respondeat superior in admiralty. [Frederic 

Cunningham] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 445 

[1906]. 
The use of legal maxims. [H. F. Manisty] 

118 L. T. 247 [1905]. 



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256 



MERGER 



Volenti non fit injuria, 108 L. T. 6 [1899]. 

**Volenti non fit injuria** in the light of 
recent labour l^islation. (Thomaa 
Beven] 8 J. Comp. L^. 185 [1907]. 

Maybrick case. Task of the jury in the. 
[Charies E. Grinnell] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 
490 [1900]. 

Maybrick Trial. The mental condition of 
the trial judge at the time. [Clark Bell] 
9 Am. Uw. 10 [1901]. 

Mayoral elections. 65 J. P. 689 [1901]. 

Measurement of distance. 120 L. T. 169 
[1905]. 

MECHANICS* LIENS. 

Consent in the New York mechanics' lien 
law. [Henry W. Hardon] 3 Colum. L. 
Rev. 79 [1903]. 

Mechanics' liens in Virginia. [John Gar- 
land Pollard] 9 Va. L. Reg. 369 [1908]. 

Medical books in expert evidence. [Joseph 
H. Taulane] 54 Am. L. Reg. 327 [1906]. 

Medical expert and the legal examiner. 
[John C. Patterson] 11 Green Bag, 356 
[1899]. 

Medical expert evidence. [E. F. B. John- 
ston] 37 Can. L. J. 444 [1901]. 

— [Lucilius A. Emery] 39 Am. L. Rev. 481 

[1905]. 

— the obstacles to radical change in the pres- 

ent system. [Willard Bartlett] 34 Am. 
L. Rev. 1 [1900]. 

— testimony. [E. E. S. Wood] 7 Am. Law. 

92 [1899]. 
Medical inspection and feeding of school 

children. 70 J. P. 27 [1906]. 
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE. 
Medical jurisprudence in America in the 

nineteenth century. [Clark Bell] 18 

Med. L^. J. 181, 325 [1900]. 
Medical jurisprudence of insanity. [Clark 

BeU] 20 Med. L^. J. 254 [1902]. 
Medico-legal aspect and criminal procedure 

in the poison cases of the XVI century. 

[Charles Green Cumston] 23 Med. 

Leg. Jour. 173 [1905]. 
Progress of medical jurisprudence in the 

nineteenth century. [Clark Bell] 18 

Med. L^. J. 1, 352 [1900]. 
MEDICINE. 

See also Physicians and Surgeons. 
Contact of medicine with law. [Chas. H. 

Woods] 4 Okla. L. Jnl. 31 [1905]. 
Medicine and the law. 112 L. T. 360 [1902]. 



Medicine in its relation to law. [B. W. 
HoUiday] 4 West. Res. L. J. 85 [1898]. 

Preventative legislation in forensic medicine. 
[Clark BeU] 22 Med. Leg. J. 121 [1904]. 

Stamp duty on medicines. 67 J. P. 205 [1903]. 

Statutes regulating medical practice. [Lewis 

Hochheimer] 61 Cent. L. J. 424 [1905]. 

Medico-le^ conflict over mental respon- 
sibility. [Gino C. Speranxa] 13 Green 
Bag, 123 [1901]. 

Medieval law of intestacy. [Charles Gross 
18 Harv. L. Rev. 120 [1904]. 

Mens rea. [Silas Alward] 39 Can. L. J. 691 
[1903]. 

Mental anguish as an element of damage. 
[George Lawyer] 61 Cent. L. J. 146 
[1905]. 

— doctrine in telegraph cases. [Francis 

Raymond Stark] 7 Law Notes [N. Y.] 
169 [1903]. 

— in telegraph cases. [Oscar A. Ecke] 7 

Am. Law. 240 [1899]. 
Mental attitude. The importance of. 

[Stanley E. Bowdle] 19 Green Bag, 163 

[1907]. 
Mental disease. Criminal responsibility in. 

[A. Wood Renton] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 76 

[1901]. 
Mental disturbances and the consequences 

thereof as elements of damages. [Sum- 
ner Kenner] 60 Cent. L. J. 205 [1905]. 
MENTAL SUFFERING. 

See Damages. 
Merchant of Venice, The law and procedure 

in the. [J. B. Mackenzie] 16 Green 

Bag, 604 [1904]. 
Merchants of the staple. [Spencer Brod- 

hurst] 17 Law Q. Rev. 56 [1901]. 
Meredith, William Morris. [1799-1873.] 

[Richard Lewis Ashhurst] 55 Am. L. 

Reg. 201 [1907]. 
MERGER. 
Actual decision in the Merger case. [Bruce 

Wyman] 16 Green Bag, 258 [1904]. 
Conflicting opinions in the Merger case. 

[Bruce Wyman] 16 Green Bag, 298 

[1904]. 
Estate duty and the doctrine of merger. 42 

Sol. J. 464 [1898]. 
Merger decisions. [John S. Wise] 8 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 325 [1904]. 
Merger of a contract in a conveyance 45 

Sol. J. 374 [1901], 



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267 



MILLER 



The merger of charges. 42 Sol. J. 712 [1898]. 
Merger case, The. [John C. Gray] 17 Harv. 
L. Rev. 474 [1903]. 

Merger case and restraint c^ trade. [Sir 
Frederick Pollock] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 
151 [1904]. 

The merger of estates. 47 Sol. J. 544 [1903]; 
[J. M. Perry] 6 Va. L. Reg. 651 [1900]. 

Merrick, Frank Work. [1844-1904.] Obit- 
uary. 49 Ohio L. B. 529 [1904]. 

MEXICO. 

Comparative study of the constitutions of 
Mexico and the United States. [William 
H. Surges] 39 Am. L. Rev. 711 [1901]. 

Mexican National Law School. [Lucius Q. 
C. Lamar] 64 Alb. L. J. 72 [1902]. 

The new patent law of Mexico. [Edwin 
Maz^] 39 Am. L. Rev. 32 [1905]. 

Note on Amendment VIII to article III of 
Constitution prohibiting the issue of 
evidences of public indebtedness payable 
in foreign money. [Lucius Q. C. 
Lamar] 64 Alb. L. J. 9 [1902]. 

A study of Mexican criminal procedure as 
illustrated in the Barillas case. [Joseph 
Wheless] 19 Green Bag. 462. 532 [1907]. 

Mezzadria» The system of. 14 Green Bag. 
522 [1902]. 

Microscope and camera in the detection of 
forgery. [Marshall D. Ewell] 3 Can. 
L. Rev. 696 [1904]. 

MICHIGAN. 

Negotiable Instruments Law in the Michigan 
legislature. [George W. Bates] 37 
Am. L. Rev. 873 [1903J. 

Some suggested changes in the constitution of 
Michigan. [John A. Fairlie] 5 Mich. 
L. Rev. 439 [1907]. 

Middle Temple, The library of the. [Ed- 
ward Manson] 14 Green Bag. 475 [1902]. 

Middle Temple library building. 121 
L. T. 118 [1906]. 

Middle Temple Records. [J. R. U. Mar- 
chant] 21 Law Q. Rev. 346 [1905]. 

Milbum, John G. [1851-19—.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
45 [1899]. 

MIDWIFERY. 

Local authorities and the Midwifes act. 67 
J. P. 230 [1903J. 

The operation of the Midwives act, 1902. 
68 J. P. 397 [1905]. 



MILITARY LAW. 

Amenability of military persons to the laws 
of the land. [Charles E. Smoyer] 5 
Mich. L. Rev. 12 [1906]. 

Billeting of soldiers. 63 J. P. 46, 66, 83, 97 
[1899]. 

The case of SuUon v. Johnstone. [W. S. 
Holdsworth] 19 Uw Q. Rev. 222 [1903]. 

English and continental military codes. 

[J. E. R. Stephens] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 

244 [1904]. 
The cane in the navy. [Tighe Hopkins] 

117L.T.87[1904]. 
Flogging in the navy. [Tighe Hopkins] 120 

L. T. 406 [1906]. 
Is compulsary military service legal in Eng- 
land? 104 L. J. 100 [1897]. 
The law and the soldier. [H. M. Mowat] 18 

Can. L. T. 97 [1898]. 
Law applicable to the militia of Canada. 

[W. E. Hodgihs] 21 Can. L. T. 169 

[1901]. 
The law as to conscription for the militia. 34 

Ir. L. T. 69 [1900]. 
Law of civil government under military 

occupation. 6 Law Notes [N. V.] 59 

[1902]. 
The law of military government. [Edward 

P. White] 59 Alb. L. J. 418 [1899]. 
A legal clearing house. [WiUiam N. Pon- 
ton] 25 Can. L. T. 10 [1905]. 
A legal view of the inquiry granted to Rear- 

Admiral Schley and of other inquiries 

by military courts. [Charles E. Grin- 

neU] 14 Green Bag, 100 [1902]. 
Liability of military men to dvil actions. 

108 L. T. 216 [1900]. 
Some observations on the case of private 

Wadsworth. [Owen J. Roberts] 51 

Am. L. Reg. 63, 161 [1903]. 
Magistrates and military law. 64 J. P. 17 

[1900]. 
Military crime and its treatment. [Arthur 

Griffiths] 5 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 189 [1902]. 
Military service and immunity from arrest. 

3 J. Comp. L^. 79 [1901]. 
Military lawyers. 11 Green Bag^ 251 [1899]. 
Millc deficient in fat when taken from the 

cow. 69 J. P. 181 [1905]. 
Miller, John Stocker. [1847-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 33 Chic. Leg. N. 88 [1900]. 
Miller, Samuel F. [1816-1890.] Sketch, 

with portrait. 8 Case and Com. 217 [1901]. 



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258 



MISSOURI 



MUler, Walter Lowry. [1855-1900.] Obit- 
uary. 61 Alb. L. J. 281 [19001. 

Miller, William John. In memoriam. 33 
Wash. L. R. 818 [1905]. 

MAIS, David. [1831-1903.] Q. C. Minister 
of Justice. Bioginaphical sketch, with 
portrait. 36 Can. L. J. 393 [1900]. 

MINES AND MINERALS. 

Are royal mines corporeal hereditaments? 

51 Sol. J. 764 [1907]. 
Building leases with reservation of minerals. 

44 Sol. J. 290; 109 L. T. 290 [1900]. 
Casualty of composition in the case of min- 
erals. [J. W. D. Kirkland] 13 Jurid. 

Rev. 81 [1901]. 
Compensation for minerals. 46 Sol. J. 26 

[1901]. 68 J. P. 554, 578 [1904]; 71 do. 

530 [1907]. 
Compensation for minerals under a railway. 

61 Sol. J. 684 [1907]. 
Cuban mining law. [Luicua Q. C. Lamar] 

66 Alb. L. J. 367 [1904[. 
Damages by subsidence. 50 Sol. J. 22, 723 

[1905-6]; 52 do. 90 [1907]. 
Damage to the surface by the working of 

mines. 44 Sol. J. 640 [1900]. 
An inquiry into the power of the state to 

afford relief in a certain exigency. 

[Thomas A. Sherwood] 37 Am. L. Rev. 

545; 57 Cent. L. J. 25 [1903]. 
The growth of mining law. [R. L. McWU- 

liams] 19 Green Bag, 237 [1907]. 
Interest of a life tenant in mineral lands. 

[George Bryan] 7 Va. L. Reg. 365 

[IQOl]. 
Irish mines and minerals. 40 Ir. L. T. 237 

[1906]. 
The meaning of the words "mines*' and 

"minerals" in legal documents and statu- 
tory enactments, as interpreted by the 

courts. [R. B. Michell] 14 Mad. L. J. 

39, 163 [1904]. 
Problem in mining law: Walrath v. Champion 

Mining Company, [John Mazcy Zane] 

16 Harv. L. Rev. 94 [1902]. 
The proposed gold law for the Transvaal. 

[George T. Morice] 21 S. A. L. J. 123 

[1904]. 
The rating of coal mines. 62 J. P. 723 [1898]. 
The right to work minerals under public 

works. 50 Sol. J. 107 [1905]. 
The right to work minerals under railways 

and canals. 45 Sol. J. 215 [1901]. 



Should the grantee of a lode be confined 
within the vertical boundaries of his 
claim? [John A. Ewing] 12 Am. Law. 
520 [1904]. 

A surface owner's right of support. 48 Sol. 
J. 292, 636 [1904]. 

Tenants for life of mines. 107 L. T. 540 
[1899]. 

The title of all mineral and metalic mines 
are the property of the United States 
of which it has never divested itself. 
[JuUiM SUversmith] 36 Chic. L^. N. 
6 [1903]. 

MINNESOTA. 

Constitutional and legislative limitations of 
the home rule character in Minnesota. 
[Charles P. HaU] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 6 
[1906]. 

Minori George H. [1866-19—.] Biographi- 
cal sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
98 [1899]. 

Minor, Jolm B. [1813-1895.] Sketch, with 
portrait. 7 Case and Com. 97 [1901]. 

MINORS. 

See Infants. 
Misfeasance or non-feasance. 64 J. P. 739 
[1900]. 

— [Silas Alward] 21 Can. L. T. 491 [1901]. 
Misnomers of legatees. 107 L. T. 500 
[1899]. 

Mississippi suffrage. 17 Nat. Corp. Rep. 
341 [1898]. 

MISSOURI. 

Exigencies which seem to require the calling 
of a constitutional convention. [J. A. 
Sherwood] 63 Cent. L. J. 431 [1906]. 

Husband's interest in wife's property under 
Missouri law. [John T. Marshall] 
58 Cent. L. J. 248 [1904]. 

The law of surface water as applicable to 
Missouri and states bounded by large 
rivers. [Geo. G. English, Jr.] 51 Cent. 
L. J. 360 [1900]. 

Missouri law in regard to sale of collateral on 
loan when there has been default in 
payment. [Wm. McC. Martin] 24 
Bank. L. J. 291 [1907]. 

The power of the state board of health, under 
the Missouri constitution, to revoke a 
physician's license. [Edw. J. White] 
57 Cent. L. J. 423 [1903]. 



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259 



MONEY LENT 



Some changes effected by the negotiable 
instruments law in Missouri. [J. M. 
Blayney, Jr.] 60 Cent. L. J. 363 [1905]. 

Mistake in the law of torts. [Clarice Butler 
Whittier] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 335 [1902]. 

— in orders and convictions. 62 J. P. 515, 

563 [1898]. 

Recovery of money paid under, of law. 

[Frederic C. Woodward] 5 Colum. L. 

Rev. 366 [1905]. 
Mistaken identity. 14 Green Bag, 423 

[1902]. 

— a story of. [Baxter Borret] 11 Green 

Bag, 581 [1899]. 

Mitchell, Anderson. [1800-1876.] Bio- 
graphical sketch. [D. M. Furches] 
2 N. C. Jnl. of Uw, 370 [1905]. 

MitcheU, Frederick G. [1867-19—.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. 
L. J. 98 [1899]. 

Mitch^, John H., The conviction of 
United States Senator. [Wallace Mc- 
Camant] 17 Green Bag, 485 [1905]. 

Mob law in America. p[)uane Mowry] 16 
Green Bag, 524 [1904]. 

MOHAMMEDAN LAW. 

Historical sketch of Mohammedan juris- 
prudence. [Abdur Rahim] 7 Colunm. 
L. Rev. 101, 186, 255 [1907]. 

The law of murzulmant (death-illness). 
[Mahomed Yusoof] 1 Cal. L. J. 107 
[1905]. 

Modem developments of Mohammedan law. 
[Sir Raymond West] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 
271 [1900]. 

Modem Ottoman law. [Sir Roland K. 
Wilson] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 41 [1907]. 

Mohammedan law, 1899. 2 Bom. L. R. 56 
[1900]. 

Mohammedan law in India: its origin and 
growth. [Sir Raymond West] 2 J. 
Comp. L^. 27 [1900]. 

Mohammedan law in South Africa. [J. de V. 
Roos] 24 S. A. L. J. 176 [1907]. 

Notes on Mohammedan jurispmdence. [Ab- 
dur Rahim] 5 Cal. L. J. 21, 29, 37, 41, 
49 [1907]. 

Paternal power in Mohammedan law. 
[Charles H. Huberich] 12 Yale L. J. 
93 [1902]. 

Review of the Mahomedan law of VHikf, 
[Maulvy Mahomed Yusoof] 2 Cal. L. 
J. 109 [1905]. 



Scientific study of the Mohammedan law. 
[W. H. Rattigan] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 402 
[1901]. 

Sketch of the principles of Mohammedan 
jurispmdence. (Abdur Rahim] 3 Cal. 
L. J. 11, 19. 27, 47, 55, 67, 85, 97, 107 
[1906]. 

Mohun, Charles, Lord, The adventures of- 
13 Green Bag, 562 [1901]; 113 L. T. 
397 [1902]. 

Molineux, Roland B. A review of the trial . 

[Frank M. Patterson] 61 Alb. L. J. 132 

[1900]. 
Monboddo, Lord, James Burnett. [1714- 

1799.] [James Marshall] 7 Scot. L. T. 

1, 9 [1899]. 

— a judicial metaphysician. [Henry H. 

Brown] 17 Jurid. Rev. 267 [1905]. 
Money and the constitution. [B. A. MU- 
bum] 4 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 124 [1900]. 

— paid under mistake as to a collateral fact. 

[Charles Henry Tuttle] 63 Alb. L. J. 
340 [1901]. 

— problem and its solution. 69 Alb. L. J. 380 

[1907]. 
MONEY LENT. 
Bargains with money lenders. [Thomas 

Baty] 7 J. Comp. Leg. 392 [1906]. 
The constmction of the Money-Lenders act, 

1900. [L. J. Sturge] 22 Law Q. Rev. 213 

[1906]. 
The Egyptian government and the caisse de 

la dette. [Malcolm Mcllwraith] 1 

J. Comp. L^. o. 8. 386 [1897]. 
The effect of the Money-Lenders act. 44 

Sol. J. 780 [1900]. 
The Money-lenders act, 1900. [Hugh H. 

L. Bellot] 26 Law Mag. and Rev. 456 

[1901]; 113 L. T. 283 [1902]; 115 do. 

98 [1903]. 
The Money-lenders act, 1900. 35 Ir. L. T. 

89 [1901]. 
On secret commissions. [James W. Reid] 

34 L. J. 542; 107 L. T. 518 [1899] . 
The position of money lenders and the 

Money-lenders act, 1900. 35 Ir. L T. 

241 [1901]. 
Recent decisions upon the Money-lenders 

act. [Hugh H. L. Bellot] 29 Law Mag. 

and Rev. 315 [1904]. 
The scope of the Money-lenders act, 1900. 

50 Sol. J. 627 [1906]. 
Secret commissions. 106 L. T. 406 [1899]. 



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Secret commissions. (Anthony Pulbrook] 
27 Uw Mag. and Rev. 447 [1902]. 

Securities held by unregistered money- 
lenders. 61 Sol. J. 382 [1907]. 

Monks, Leander J. [1848-19— .1 Judge- 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 3 
Ind. L. J. 48 118991. 

Mon^ Received. Inconclusive receipts. 26 
L. Notes [Gib.] 273 [19071. 

MONOPOLIES. 

The actual decision in the Merger case. 
[Bruce Wymanl 16 Green Bag, 258 
[19041. 

Ancient mortmain and modern monopoly. 
[Richard Selden Hanr^l 18 Green 
Bag, 352 [19071. 

Anti-monopoly l^;islation from the days of 
Elizabeth to the Anti-Trust Act of 1890. 
[Flora V. Woodward Tibbetsl 55 Cent. 
L. J. 144 [19021. 

Anti-Trust Act and the Merger case. [Victor 
Morawetzl 17 Harv. L. Rev. 533 [19041. 

Anti-trust legislation and the doctrine against 
contracts in restraint of trade. [Freder- 
ick H. Cooke] 33 Am. L. Rev. 63 [18991. 

Brief notes on the Northern Securities case. 
[Francis R. Jonesl 15 Green Bag, 563 

[19031. 
Combination laws as illustrating the relation 

between law and opinion in England 

during the nineteenth century. [A. V. 

Diceyl 17 Harv. L. Rev. 511 [19041. 
The combinations of corporations. [Daniel 

J. Ryanl 10 Am. Uw. 448 [19021. 
Combines. [Frank E. Hodginal 41 Can. L. J. 

849 [19051. 
Commercial law and modern commercial 

combinations. 37 Am. L. Rev. 8281; 

27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 139, 173 [19031. 
The conflicting opinions in the Merger case. 

[Bruce Wymanl 16 Green Bag, 298 

[19041. 
Consolidations or trusts. [Theodore D. 

GottUebl 27 N. J. L. J. 165 [19041. 
Conspiracy and oppressive combination. 

[J. Sinclair Bazterl 2 N. Ir. Jur. 35. 

44. 52. 62, 76, 93, 100 [1901-21. 
Contracts in restraint of trade. 106 L. T. 546 

[18991. 

— [Silas Alwardl 36 Can. L. J. 612 [19001. 

— [Allan T. Brinsmadel 5 West. Res. L. J. 

16511899]. 



— [J. Roberton Christiel 12 Jurid. Rev. 283 

[19001. 

— [EmeetT. Dixonl 53 Cent. L. J. 343 

[19011. 

— [N. W. Hoylesl 27 Can. L. T. 673 [19071. 
Contracts regulating prices. Ill L. T. 221 

[19011. 

Control of the trusts. [Joseph Culbertson 
Claytonl 25 N. J. L. J. 356; 64 Alb. 
L. J. 379; 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 418 [19021. 

The control of trusts. [Harry Earl Mont- 

gomeryl 14 Green Bag, 460 [19021. 
Corporate combinations from the standpoint 
of a lawyer. [A. H. Gleasonl 1 Can. L. 
Rev. 99 [19011. 
Corporate contracts in restraint of trade and 
to prevent competition. Comment on 
recent New Jersey cases. [Norman 
Grayl 51 Am. L. Reg. 672 [19031. 
Corporate trusts. [Albert Stickneyl 1 

Colum. L. Rev. 235 [19011. 
Covenants in restraint of trade. 119 L. T. 
527 [19051 ; DEameet J. Blake] 8 Bom. 
L. Rep. 76 [19061. 
Dangerous tendencies in recent consolidations. 
[James B. Dilll 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 10 
[1900]. 
Excessive combination and its remedy. 
[Walter S. Logan] 6 Law Notes [N. Y.] 
101 [1902]. 
Fideiammissa and trusts. [George T. 

Morice] 19 S. A. L. J. 149 [1902]. 
The growth of the modern trust. [Chauncy 
M. Depew] [From Saturday Evening Post] 
18 Nat. Corp. Rep. 173 [1899]. 
Industrial trusts. [D. F. Pennant] 28 Uw 
Mag. and Rev. 302; 7 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 
49 [1903]. 
Is a contract in restraint of trade sustainable 
as an independent contract? [Frederick 
H. Co<^e] 35 Am. L. Rev. 836 [1901]. 
Legal aspect of monopoly. [Herbert Pope] 

20 Harv. L. Rev. 167 [1907]. 
The evolution and prevention of trusts and 
monopolies. [R. M. Benjamin] 68 
Alb. L. J. 239 [1906]. 
The government and the trusts. [James M. 
Beck] [From Saturday Evening Post] 27 
Nat. Corp. Rep. 7 [1903]. 



MONOPOLIES 



261 



MONOPOLIES 



How the trusts are checking invention. 
[James H. Raymond] [from Chicago 
Tribune] 25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 559 [1902]. 

How to control the trusts. [Sylvester Pen- 
noyer] 33 Am. L. Rev. 876 [1899]. 

Industrial trusts. [D. F. Pennant] 28 Law 
Mag. and Rev. 302; 7 Law Notes [N. Y.J 
49 [1903]. 

Lawyers and the trusts. [Walter S. Logan] 

9 Law Notes [N. Y.] 90; 13 Am. Law. 
243; 37 Chic. L^. N. 395 [1905]. 

Legal aspect of monopoly. [Herbert Pope] 
20 Harv. L. Rev. 167 [1907]. 

Legal restraints on modern industrial com* 
binations and monopolies in the United 
States. [Lionel Norman] 33 Am. L. 
Rev. 499 [1899]. 

Liability of trusts for private wrongs. [W. M . 
Holland] 40 Chic. L^. N. 96 [1907]. 

The Merger Case. [John C. Gray] 17 Harv. 
L. Rev. 474. 

Merger case and restraint of trade. [Sir 
Frederick PoUock] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 
151 [1904]. 

Merger decisions. [John S. Wise] 8 Law 
Notes [N. Y.] 325 [1904]. 

Monopolies. IWm. T. Lee] 4 Natal L. Q. 
8 [1905]. 

Monopolies — modem and ancient. [Wil- 
Uam Shafer] 69 Alb. L. J. 149 [1907]. 

Monopolies, trusts, and combinations. [Ar- 
thur J. Eddy] 21 Nat. Corp. Rep. 681 
[1901]. 

Monopoly and the law. [Frank B. Kellogg] 

19 Green Bag, 147 [1907]. 
The mortality of trusts. [Henry Wollman] 

38 Chic. L^. N. 28, 32, 38; 67 Alb. L. 

J. 227; 16 Am. Leg. N. 671 [1905]. 
National incorporation laws for trusts. 

[James B. EHU] 11 Yale L. J. 273 [1902]. 
National regulation of trusts. 64 Alb. L. J. 

170 [1902]. 
Northern Securities Cases. [Carman F. 

Randolph] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 168, 221, 

305 [1903]. 
The Northern Securities case and the Sher-*- 

man Anti-Trust act. [C. C. Langdell] 

16 Harv. L. Rev. 539 [1903]. 
Northern Securities Company case: a reply 

to Professor Langdell. [D. H. Cham- 
berlain] 13 Yale L. J. 57 [1903]. 



Northern Securities case under a new aspect. 
[C. C. LangdeU] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 41 
[1908]. 

Northern Securities decision. [Henry W. 
Bikle] 52 Am. L. R^. 358 [1904]. 

—[George F. Canfleld] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 
315 [1904]. 

Old common law and the new trusts. [Ditler 

M. Fredericksen] 3 Mich. L. Rev. .119 

[1904]. 
Old monopolies and modem trusts. 4 Law 

Notes [N. Y.] 4 [1900]. 
Orange Routing Case> a study in competi- 
tion. [William A. Bowen] 18 Gi^n 

Bag, 667 [1906]. 
The perpetuation of the open market. [Bruce 

Wyman] 17 Green Bag, 210 [1905]. 
Possible Federal trust legislation. [Walter 

C. Noyes] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 93 [1907]. 
Power of congress over combinations affecting 

interstate commerce. [Augustine L. 

Humes] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 83 [1903]. 
Practical Federal remedies for industrial 

trusts. [G. W. Northrup, Jr.] 32 Chic. 

Leg. N. 28 [1899]. 
Present status of the Northern Securities 

decision. [David Walter Brown] 7 

Colum. L. Rev. 582 [1907]. 
The prevention of trusts and monopolies. 

[R. M. Benjamin] 64 Cent. L. J. 147 

[1907]. 
Problems of the restraint of trade doctrine. 

49 Sol. J. 28, 49 [1904]. 
The protection of workmen against aggressive 

combinations. 48 Sol. J. 112 [1903]. 
The r^^lation of trusts. [Darius H. Pin- 
grey] 51 Cent. L. J. 45 [1900]. 
Remedy for the trust evil. [Walter S. 

Logan] 12 Yale L. J. 117 [1903]. 
Restraint of trade by societies which are not 

trade unions. (Frank E. Hodgins] 21 

Can. L. T. 1 11901]. 
Schemes to control the market. [Bruce 

Wyman] 16 Green Bag, 80 [1904]. 
The so-called trusts; or the next great step 

in American politics. [Peter S. Gross- 
Cup] 35 Chic. Leg. N. 141 [1902]. 
A solution of the trust problem. [Harry 

Earl Montgomery] 64 Alb. L. J. 7 

[1902]. 
State corporations in federal and interstate 

relations. [Carman F. Randolph] 3 

Colum. L. Rev. 168, 221 [1903]. 



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282 



MOORE 



Statetnent of the trust problein. ptobcrf 
L. Raymood) 16 Hanr. L. Rev. 79 [19021. 

A suggestion conceniiiig trusts. [H. Tdch* 
auMOcr] 34 Am. L. Rev. 229 [190q. 

The Supreme Court and the Sherman Anti- 
Tnist act. [Wm« F. DaiwI 16 Harv. 
L. Rev. 178 [1903]. 

Tendencies in modem industrial society; 
pardculariy of trusts and combinations. 
(Lcssiiig RoMothnl] 31 Chic Leg. N. 
402 [1899]. 

Titles of coal land in Pennsylvania and in- 
cidental monopolies connected therewith. 
[Alirwl Hand] 16 Yale L. J. 167 [1907]. 

Trade disputes and combinations. 120 L. 
T. 399, 421 [1906]. 

Trade unions and contracts in restraint of 
trade. 44 SoL J. 729 [1900] 

The trust builder. Samuel Calvin Tait Dodd, 
William D. Guthrie, James B. Dill, 
John W. Simpson, John J. McCook, 
Thomas B. Reed, and Max Pam. [Paul 
Lotzke] [From Saturday Evening Post] 
25 Nat. Corp. Rep. 450, 486 [1902]. 

The trusts. [John Goode] 8 Va. L. Reg. 463 
[1902]. 

Trusts and anti-trust legislation. [Frederick 
H. Cooke] 7 Am. Uw. 236 [1899]. 

Trusts and how they refuse to be extermi- 
nated. [Henry WoUman] 64 Alb. L. J. 
249; 1 Can. L. Rev. 499 [1902]. 

Trusts and legislation. 60 Alb. L. J. 59 [1899]. 

Trusts and monopolies. [C. L. DolMon] 6 
Kan. Law. 3 [Oct. 1899]. 

— their cause and prevention. [R. M. Ben- 
jamin] 32 Chic. L^. N. 214 [1900]. 

Trusts and the Trade Disputes act. [D. F. 
Pennant] 32 Law Mag. and Rev. 262 
[1907]. 

Trusts contrary to the policy of the law. 
[A. H. Marsh] 24 Can. L. T. 395 [1904]. 

Trusts, monopolies, and combinations. [Ben- 
son Wood] 20 Nat. Corp. Rep. 977 [1900] 

Trusts, their uses and abuses. [James B. 
EHU] 2 N. C. L. J. 238; 23 Nat. Corp. 
Rep. 464 [1901]; 54 Cent. L. J. 205 [1902]. 

Monroe, Henry S. [1826-1903.] Obituary, 
with portrait. 35 Chic. L^. N. 217 
[1903]. 

Monroe* John, [1839-1899] Justice: a 
great Irish verdict getter. 107 L. T. 490. 

—Obituary. 33 Ir. L. T. 423 [1899]. 



MONRCMB DOCTRINE. 

The Monroe doctrine. (William L. Scmtts] 

1 So. L. Rev. 877 [1902]. 

— [Alirwl Spring 39 Am. L. Rev. 495 

[1905]. 

Monroe doctrine and Santo Domingo. 
(Edwin Maicgr] 66 Alb. L. J. 306 
[1904]. 

Monroe doctrine as a principle of international 
law. (Samnci Hcrrick] 4 Brief, 360 

[1903]. 

Monroe doctrine — its Britidi origin and 
American development. [J. CMand 
Hamiltoo] 2 Can. L. Rev. 338 [1903]. 

Monroe doctrine: its status. [Jolui F. 
Simmons] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 236 [1907]. 

The Monroe doctrine; the Polk doctrine; 
anarchism. [Wliitelaw Reid] 13 Yale 
L. J. 16 [1903]. 

The origin and development of the Monroe 
doctrine. [Theodore D. Gottlieb] 28 

N. J. L. J. 4 [1905]. 

Montenegro, Law in. [Samnci P. Bat- 
chelder] 5 Law Notes [N. Y.] 10 
[1901]. 

MONTSERRAT. 

Review of l^;isIation, 1896. [H. L. Ormsby] 

2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 247 [1897]. 

— 1898. 1 J. Comp. Leg. 578 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 644 [1900]. 

— 1900. 3 J. Comp. L^. 429 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 356 [1902]. 

— 1902. [Alexander Manson] 5 J. Comp. 

L^. 454 [1904]. 

— 1903. 6 J. Comp. Leg. 471 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 235 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 545 [1906]. 

— 1906. 8 J. Comp. L^. 426 [1907]. 

Moody, William H. [1853-1917.] Bio- 
graphical sketch, with portrait. [Her- 
l>ert Parker] 19 Green Bag, 73 [1907]. 

Mookerjee, Ashutosh. [1864-19—.] Judge. 
[S. C. Dey] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 313 [1906]. 

Moore, Alfred. [1755-1810.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. [Junius Davis] 

12 Green Bag, 325 [1900]. 
Moore, Guy B. [1873-19—.] Biographical 

sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 99 

[1899]. 
Moore, Thomas, [1779-1852] and the law. 

107 L. T. 107; 60 Alb. L. J. 25 [1899]. 



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263 



MORTGAGES 



Moore vs. Littell and the Jackson title. 
[Everett P. Wheeler] 1 Colum. L. Rev. 
347 [1901]. 

Mooring rights. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 215 
[1906]. 

Moot, Adelbert. [1854-19—.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 42 
[1899]. 

Moot system. The. [Cecil Walsh] 15 Law 

Q. Rev. 416 [1899]. 
Mond personality and legal personality. 

[F. W. Maitland] 5 Can. L. Rev. 104, 

166 [1906]. 
Moran, Thomas A. [1839-1904.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 119 [1904]. 
More, Sir Thomas. A striking figure in the 

legal history of England. [Edward 

Manson] 117 L. T. 433 [1904]. 

— 21 L. Notes [Gib.] 209 [1902]. 

— Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 28 [1904]. 
Morey, Henry Lee. [1841-1902.] Obituary. 

48 Ohio L. B. 35 [1903]. 
Morison, Henry Solon Kane. [1846-1899.] 

Judge. Biographical sketch, with por- 
trait. [H. J. Ayers] 9 Va. L. Reg. 763 

[1904]. 
Morris, Buckner S. [1800-18—.] Judge. 

Obituary, with portrait. 31 Chic. Leg. 

N. 29 [1898]. 
Morris, John. [1816-.] Judge. Obituary, 

with portrait. 3 Ind. L. J. 207 [1899]. 
Morris, John. [1835-1903.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 35 Chic. Leg. N. 217 [1903]. 
Morris, Martin P., Judge. Presentation by 

D. C. bar. 34 Wash. L. R. 46 [1906]. 
Morris, Michael. Lord Morris and Killanin. 

[1827-1901.] Character-sketch. 35 Ir. 

L. T. 432 [1901]. 

— Obituary. [Richard J. Kelly] 27 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 63 [1901]. 

— Obituaries. 36 L. J. 467; 111 L. T. 449; 

1 N. Ir. Jur. 348 [1901]. 
Morris, Nathan. [1857-1903.] Obituary. 

26 Nat. Corp. Rep. 306 [1903]. 
Morrow, William W. [1843-19—.] Sketch, 

with portrait, 5 Case and Com. 121 

[1899]. 
MORTGAGES. 
Arrears of interest on mortgages. 47 Sol. J. 

124 [1902]. 
Assignment of mortgages; relative rights of 

mortgagor and assignee. [A. H. Marsh] 

21 Can. L. T. 345 [1901]. 



Bondholders as complainants in the fore- 
closure of corporate mortgages. [Charles 
Sunmer Lobingier] 54 Cent. L. J. 364 
[1902]. 

The "clog" again. 48 Sol. J. 489 [1904]. 
Clog on the equity of redemption. [Durga 
Charan Banerjee] 1 Alia. L. J. 17 [1904]. 

— [Edmund G. Kaye] 26 Can. L. T. 88 
[1906]. 

Clogging the equity of redemption. 108 
L. T. 168 [1899]; 35 Ir. L. T. 575 [1901]. 

Clogging the redemption. 47 Sol. J. 510; 
37 Ir. L. T. 331 [1903]. 

Clogging the right of redemption. 45 Sol. J. 
160 [1901]. 

Clogs on a mortgagor's equity of redemption. 
19 L. Notes [Gib.] 45 [1900]. 

Collateral advantages in mortgage deeds. 
43 Sol. J. 169 [1899]. 

Collateral advantages in mortgages. 46 Sol. 

J. 132 [1901[. 
Collateral stipulations in mortgages. 47 Sol. 

J. 747 [1903]. 
Constitutional amendments taxing mortgages. 

[Alexander H. Robbins] 51 Cent. L. J. 

443 [1900]. 
Correspondence preceding equitable deposit 

of deeds. 35 Ir. L. T. 585 [1901]. 
Deposit of title deeds. 9 Mad. L. J. 407 

[1899]. 
Does a mortgagee under deed absolute in 

form gain rights not incident to an or- 
dinary mortgage? [W. A. Courts] 52 

Cent. L. J. 360 [1901]. 
The eflFect of a grant of land by way of 

mortgage. [T. Cyprian Williams] 51 

Sol. J. 478. 496 [1907]. 
Effect of an order absolute for sale. [H. S. 

Gour] 3 Alia. L. J. 83 [1906]. 
The effect of payment of interest in keeping 

a mortgage alive. 46 Sol. J. 581 [1902]. 
The effect of the disclosure of trusts of 

mortgage moneys. 43 Sol. J. 775 [1899]. 
Effect upon a foreclosure sale of the death of 

the mortgagor before confirmation. [Ed- 
win M. Winston] 58 Cent. L. J. 108 

[1904]. 
Equitable mortgages. [A. H. Marsh] 24 

Can. L. T. 134 [1904]. 
Equitable mortgages by way of deposit of 

title-deeds of real estate. 35 Ir. L. T. 

471 [1901]. 



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264 



MORTGAGES 



Evidence admissible to prove a sale a mort- 
gage. [J. A. Saldanha] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 
320 [1906]. 

Execution of mortgage decrees. [J. A. 
Saldanha] 6 Bom. L. R. 2 [1904]. 

Extension of loans secured by deed of trust. 
[George Wayne Anderson] 4 Va. L. 

Reg. 571 [1899]. 

Foreclosure for non-payment of interest. 

[Charles Sumner Loblngier] 54 Cent. 

L. J. 143 [1902]. 
Foreclosure in the federal courts. [Charles 

S. Lohingier] 51 Cent. L. J. 478 [1900]. 
Freedom of contract between mortgagor and 

mortgagee. 106 L. T. 3 [1898]. 
The implied power of sale of a mortgagee of 

shares. 46 Sol. J. 332 [1902]. 
Judgment mortgage against the interest of a 

next of kin. 34 Jr. L. T. 453 [1900]. 
The law of mortgage. [A. F. S. Maasdorp] 

18 S. A. L. J. 233, 368; 19 do. 5, 102 

[1901-2]. 
Law relating to mortgages in India. 9 Bom. 

L. Rep. 89 [19071. 
The liability of a mortgagee of leasehold. 

43 Sol. J. 72 [1898]. 
Marshalling of mortgages. [W. Strachan] 

22 Law Q. Rev. 307 [1906]. 
Marshalling of securities. 33 Ir. L. T. 185 

[1899]. 
The "mortgage charge" of the land transfer 

acts. [James Edward Hogg] 23 Law 

Q. Rev. 68 [1907]. 
Mortgage-decrees and limitation. [Vinasrak 

N. Paranjape] 3 Bom. L. R. 29 [1901]. 
Mortgagee clogging the equity of redemption. 

34 Ir. L. T. 219 [1900]. 
Mortgagee v. mortgagor. 37 Ir. L. T. 345 

[1903]. ^ 
Mortgagees and collateral advantages. 105 

L. T. 469 [1898]. 
Mortgagees and fixtures. 51 Sol. J. 567 

[1907]. 
Mortgagees and trade fixtures. [Ernest C. 

C. Firth] 15 Uw Q. Rev. 165 [1899]. 
Mortgagee's costs, charges, and expenses. 

[A. H. Marsh] 20 Can. L. T. 159 [1900]. 
Mortgagees in possession. 106 L. T. 407 [1899]. 
Mortgagee's power of sale. [P. R. Ganapati 

Aiyar] 10 Mad. L. J. 19 [1900]. 
A mortgagee's profits. 45 Sol. J. 634 [1901]. 
Mortgagee's proof in administration in court. 

37 Ir. L. T. 527 [1903]. 



A mortgagee's remedies. 51 Sol. J. 546 [1907] . 
Mortgages by deposit of land certificate. 43 
Sol. J. 789 [1899]. 

Mortgages of registered leasehold land. 43 
Sol. J. 452 [1899]. 

Mortgages from client to solicitor. 104 L. T. 
312 [1898]. 

Mortgages held on joint account. 45 Sol. J. 

498 [1901]. 
Mortgages in the North-west territories. 

[W. B. WiUoughhy] 24 Can. L. T. 63 

[1904]. 
Mortgages of land r^stered under the land 

transfer acts. 23 L. Notes [Gib.] 245 

[1904]. 
Mortgages of movables. 6 Bom. L. R. 193 

[1904]. 
Mortgages of registered land. [T. Cyprian 

Williams] 45 Sol. J. 338, 357 [1901]. 
Mortgages of registered land. 43 Sol. J. 776 

[1899]. 
Mortgages of uncalled capital. 106 L. T. 

284 [1899]. 
Mortgages of unregistered land as affected 

by the Land Transfer acts. 43 Sol. J. 

600 [1899]. 
New York mortgages and the recording 

acts. [Edgar Logan] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 

547 [1906]. 
Once a mortgage, always a mortgage. 46 

Sol. J. 63 [1901]. 
Once a mortgage, always a mortgage — stipu- 
lations in the mortgage. [W. A. Coutts] 

50 Cent. L. J. 464 [1900]. 
Payment of arrears of interest on redemption. 

43 Sol. J. 521 [1899]. 
The position of equitable mortgagees. 51 

Sol. J. 585 [1907]. 
The position of a sub-mortgagee. [TeJ 

Bahadur Sopru] 2 Alia. L. J. 73 [1905]. 
Priorities between incumbrances. 49 Sol. 

J. 497 [1905]. 
The priorities of equitable incumbrances. 46 

Sol. J. 460 [1902]. 
The priority of equitable incumbrances. 42 

Sol. J. 409 [1898]. 
Purchase of incumbered landrights and duties 

of parties. [Willis L. Hand] 48 Cent. 

L. J. 489 [1899]. 
Redemption and foreclosure of building and 

loan association mortgages. [George 

Allen Mason] 31 Chic. L^. N. 108 

[1898]. 



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265 



MOTTHE 



Registering correspondence preceding de- 
posit of deeds. 37 Ir. L. T. 317 [1903]. 

Remedies of a mortgagee. 24 L. Notes [Gib.] 
52 [1905]. 

The rights of a judgment mortgagee. 33 L. 
T. 325 [1899]. 

Rights of mortgagees under the Statute of 
Limitations. 35 Ir. L. T. 419 [1901]. 

The right to add subsequent advances to a 
mortgage security. 3^ Ir. L. T. 269 [1900]. 

Sale by a mortgagee under his power of sale 
after foreclosure. 47 Sol. J. 564 [1903]. 

Sale under a money-decree of mortgaged 
property. [Janardan Domodar Dlks- 
hit] 7 Bom. L. R. 105 [1905]. 

Securities to cover further advances. 43 Sol. 
J. 364 [1899]. 

Should the wife of a mortgagor be joined in 
a foreclosure action in Nova Scotia? 21 
Can. L. T. 222 [1901]. 

The statute of limitations and mixed mort- 
gages. 107 L. T. 181 [1899]. 

Sub-mortgages. [P. Duraiswami Aisran- 
gar] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 41 [1906]. 

Tacking as against a surety. 38 Ir. L. T. 65 
[1904]. 

Transfers of mortgages. 48 Sol. J. 600 [1904]. 

Unregistered mortgages. 43 Sol. J. 789 [1899]. 

Mortmain. [D. H. Chamberlain, Jr.] 63 
Cent. L. J. 240 [1906]. 

— [Joseph M. SulUvan] 66 Alb. L. J. 217 

[1904]. 

— Ancient, and modem monopoly. [Richard 

Selden Hanrey] 19 Green Bag, 352 

[1907]. 
Morton, Thomas, of Cliffords Inne, Gent. 

[Ralph Wardlaw Gloa^] 67 Alb. L. J. 

72 [1905]. 
Moses, Adolph. [1837-1905.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 31 Nat. Corp. Rep. 397; 

38 Chic. Leg. N. 100 [1905]. 

— Eulogy. [Dr. EmU G. Hlrsch] 31 do. 

524. 

— a tribute. [Dr. Joseph Stolz] 31 do. 524 

[1905]. 

— Judge Stein's tribute to. 39 Chic. Leg. N. 

230 [1907]. 
Moses, Paul A. [1877-1907.] Obituary, 

with portrait. 34 Nat. Corp. Rep. 9 

[1907]. 
Motive in trade and labor cases. [Wm. 

Draper Lewis] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 107 

[1905]. 



MOTOR VEHICLES. 

The insurance erf motors. 1 17 L. T. 76 [1904]. 
Law of automobiles. 9 Law Notes [N. Y.] 
147 [1905]. 

The law of mechanical traction on highways. 
[C. A. Montague Barlow] 118 L. T. 
17 [1904]. 

Legal rights of drivers of automobiles on the 
public streets. [Sumner Kenner] 61 
Cent. L. J. 464 [1905]. 

The Motor Car act and r^ulations. 67 J. 
P. 588, 612 [1903]. 

The Motor Car act of 1903. [J. Duncan 
Millar] 11 Scot. L. T. 135 [1904]. 

The motor car and the law. 37 Ir. L. T. 497 
[1903]. 

Motor car cases. 25 L. Notes [Gib.] 149 
[1906]. 

The motor car's status. [Xenophon P. 
Huddy] 15 Yale L. J. 83 [1905]. 

Motor cars and the smoke nuisance. 71 J. 

P. 266 [1907]. 
Motor traffic on bridge. 69 J. P. 410 [1905]. 
Motor vehicle r^ulations. 66 J. P. 161 

[1902]. 
Motor vehicles on bridges. 71 J. P. 505 

[1907]. 
The motorist and the law. 69 J. P. 458, 469 

[1905]. 
Motorists in Dublin. 38 Ir. L. T. 365 [1904]. 
Motors. 114 L. T. 231 [1903]. 
Motors and highways. [W. E. Rowcliffe] 

41 L. J. 685 [1906]. 
N^ligence in the use of automobiles. [J. W. 

Thompson] 64 Cent. L. J. 300 [1907]. 
Prohibiting reckless motoring. [Xenophon 

P. Huddy] 5 Can. L. Rev. 89 [1906]. 
The r^ulation of motor-cars at home and 

abroad. [Edward Manson] 7 J. Comp. 

L^. 333 [1906]. 
Rights of automobiles on the highway. 5 

Law Notes [N. Y.] 87 [1901]. 
Road locomotives. 118 L. T. 519 [1905]. 
Some points in the motor-car act. 115 L. T. 

584 [1903]. 
The speed of motor cars. 65 J. P. 290 [1901]. 
Traction engines. 34 Ir. L. T. 109 [1900]. 
Traction engines on highways. 70 J. P. 

159 [1906]. 
Motthe, Jacques de la. The petition of. 

[Lee M. Friedman] 13 Green Bag, 396 

[1901]. 



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266 



MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS 



Moulton, Samuel W. [1822-1905.] Obit- 
uary, with portrait. 37 Chic. Leg. N. 
345 [1905]. 

Mowat, Sir OUver. [1820-1903.] Obituary. 
23 Can. L. T. 177 [1903[. 

Muir, Thomas. Portrait. 16 Green Bag, 
475 [1904]. 

Mullin, Joseph. ]1811 — .] Biographical 
sketch. 66 Alb. L. J. 345 [1904]. 

Munford, George Wythe. [1803-186?] 
Biographical sketch, with portrait. 
[James Lyons Taliaferro] 8 Va. L. 
Reg. 783 [1903]. 

MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. 

The affairs of London. [Ti^e Hopkins] 
121 L. T. 412 [1906]. 

Are municipal corporations liable to de jure 
officers for salary paid to def ado oSictrs} 
[Medor E. Louisell] 49 Cent. L. J. 446 
[1899]. 

The commune system in Austria. [Joseph 
RedUck] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 12 [1907]. 

Constitutional and legislative limitations of 
the home rule charter in Minnesota. 
[Charles P.HaU] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 6 [1906]. 

Contract for legal services by municipal 
corporations and other public corpora- 
tions. [Eugene McQuillin] 54 Cent. 
L. J. 343 [1902]. 

Contracts of compromise and arbitration of 
claims by and against municipal cor- 
porations and other public corporations. 
[Eugene McQuillin] 55 Cent. L. J. 425 
[1902]. 

Contracts of municipal corporations. [Shir- 
ley Denison] 18 Can. L. T. 145 [1898]. 

The county of the city. [G. W. Wilton] 
18 Jurid. Rev. 65 [1906]. 

An episode in municipal government in 1716. 
[Kenneth MacDonald] 13 Scot. L. 
Rev. 167 [1897]. 

Freedom of the city. [John E. Macy] 16 
Green Bag, 732 [1904]. 

The government of cities. [Duane Mowry] 
65 Alb. L. J. 85 [1903]. 

Implied powers of municipal corporations. 
[Eugene McQuillin] 49 Cent. L. J. 464 
[1899]. 

Injunction as a remedy to restrain passage, 
test validity, and prevent enforcement 
and violation of municipal ordinances. 
[Eugene McQuillin] 62 Cent. L. J. 257 
[1906]. 



Liability for injuries resulting from defective 
and inadequate sewerage. [Glenda 
Burke Slaymaker] 60 Cent. L. J. 224 
[1905]. 

Liability of municipal corporations as upon 
implied contracts. [Seymour D. 
Thompson] 33 Am. L. Rev. 707 [1899]. 

Liability of municipal corporations for 
damages resulting from defective plans 
of construction. [Eugene McQuillin] 
51 Cent. L. J. 185 [1900]. 

Liability of municipal corporations for 
negligence in the exercise of private or 
municipal powers. [Eugene McQuU- 
lin] 51 Cent. L. J. 5 [1900]. 

Liability of municipal corporation for torts 
in the exercise or non-exercise of public 
government functions. [Eugene Mc- 
QuilUn] 50 Cent. L. J. 84 [1900]. 

Liability of municipal corporations on de- 
fective, voidable, and void contracts. 
[Eugene McQuillin] 52 Cent. L. J. 44 
[1901]. 

Liability of public bodies for non-feasance. 
[A. M. MacRobert] 14 Jurid. Rev. 158 
[1902]. 

Liability of water companies for fire losses. 
[Edson R. Sunderland] 3 Mich. L. 
Rev. 442 [1905]. 

Liability of water companies for fire losses — 
another view. [Albert Martin Kales] 
3 Mich. L. Rev. 501 [1905]. 

License taxation by municipal corporations — 
is the power unlimited in Virginia? 
[Jno G. Haythe] 8 Va. L. Reg. 13 [1902]. 

Limitations of legislative control of municipal 
corporations cause and effect of state 
interference with local affairs. [Eugene 
McQuillin] 34 Am. L. Rev. 505 [1900]. 

Limitations of municipal ownership in Penn- 
sylvania. [William D. Crocker] 46 
Am. L. Reg. 155 [1898]. 

Municipal audits and accounts. 69 J. P. 109, 
121, 133 [1905]. 

Municipal benefit and pension funds. 
[Glenda Burke Slayniaker] 62 Cent. 
L. J. 85 [1906]. 

Municipal boards of health and quarantine 
regulations. [Austin Lewis] 34 Am. L. 
Rev. 722 [1900]. 

Municipal contracts and the regulation of 
rates. [Herbert Pope] 16 Harv. L. Rev. 
1 [1902]. 



MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS 267 MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS 



Municipal corporatioiui. [R. C. Strong] 
1 N. C. L. J. 107 [19001. 

~ [Theodore D. Gotdieb] 27 N. J. L. J. 

326 [1904]. 

Municipal corporations as common carriers. 
70 J. P. 84 [19061. 

Municipal corporations — how created. 
[John Roatenl 5 Okla. L. Jnl. 247 
[19071. 

Municipal corporations, their powers. [John 
Roaten] 5 Okla. L. Jnl. 280 [19071. 

Municipal crisis in Ohio. [John A. Falrlle] 
1 Mich. L. Rev. 362 [19031. 

Municipal enterprise. 64 J. P. 322 [19001. 
Municipal franchises — a suggestion. [B. B. 
Oslerl 36 Can. L. J. 209 [18991. 

Municipal freedom. [W. D. Lighthall} 4 
Can. L. Rev. 26 [19061. 

Municipal government and its demands upon 
good citizenship. [Edwin F. Sweet] 9 
Yale L. J. 73 [18991. 

Municipal institutions in England and 
Canada. [Charles Morsel 41 Can. L. J. 
606 [19061. 

Municipal liability for breach of public duties. 
[Francis J. Kearfull 61 Cent. L. J. 126 
[19001. 

Municipal liability under statutes for injuries 
by mobs. 3 Law Notes [N. Y.l 43 [18991. 

Municipal London. [J. E. G. de Montmo- 
rencyl 23 Law Mag. and Rev. 210 [18981. 

Municipal ordinances and contracts for the 
removal and dispositioil of garbage in- 
volving their reasonableness, restraint of 
trade and monopoly, and interference 
with property and personal rights. 
[Eugene M. McQuillinl 62 Cent. L. J. 
64 [1906]. 

Municipal ordinances relating to materials 
entering into public work which inter- 
fere with interstate commerce and the 
privileges or immunities of citizens of 
other states. [Eugene McQuillinl 61 
Cent. L. J. 66 [19061. 

Municipal ordinances relating to the removal 
of ice and snow from sidewalks. [WU- 
liam Frederic Foster] 8 Yale L. J. 344 
[18991. 

Municipal ownership. [Joseph WUhy] 49 
Ohio L. B. 420 [1904]. 

— [W. K. Hunter] 38 Chic. Leg. N. 401 
[1906]. 



Municipal ownership of public utilities. 
[Robert E. Morris] 12 Am. Law. 294 
[1904]. 

Municipal trading. [Judge Shaw] 2 N. Ir. 
Jur. 66, 79 [1901-2]. 

— 67 J. P. 99 [19031; 70 do. 629; 60 
Sol. J. 236 [1906]. 

Municipal trading and the Public Authorities 
Protection act. 69 J. P. 170 [1906]. 

Oldest city in the world. 62 Alb. L. J. 261 
[1900]. 

Ordinances and resolutions, distinguished. 
[Eugene McQuillin] 63 Cent. L. J. 
413 [1906]. 

The origin of municipal incorporation in 
England and the United States. [Amasa 
M. Eaton] 10 Am. Law. 444 [1902]. 

The origin of municipal institutions. [J. D. 
Swanson] 27 Can. L. T. 491 [1907]. 

The power of municipal corporations to make 
special assessments for local improve- 
ments. [Edson B. Valentine] 68 Alb. 
L. J. 326 [1906]. 

Power to make special assessments for local 
improvements. [Edson B. Valentine] 
66 Cent. L. J. 38 [1907]. 

Public reform and municipal government. 
[Duane Mowry] 14 Green Bag, 209 
[1902]. 

Reasons and scope of municipal liability for 
defective highways. [Eugene McQuU- 
Un] 63 Cent. L. J. 123 [1901]. 

Regulation of pawn brokers and second-hand 
dealers by municipal power and method 
of r^ulation. [Eugene McQuiUin] 
63 Cent. L. J. 107 [1906]. 

Rights and easements in the streets of Balti- 
more. [Charles Pielert Bengies] 36 
Chic. Leg. N. 6, 16, 22, 27. 38 [1902]. 

Rights of creditors of a municipal corporation 
when the state has passed a law to abolish 
or alter it. [Richard W. Floumoy, Jr.] 
12 Va. L. Reg. 176 [1906]. 

Right to local self-government. [Amasa M. 
Eaton] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 441, 470, 638; 
14 do. 20, 116 [1900]. 

Special legblation for municipalities. [Harry 
Hubbard] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 688 [1906]. 

State laws and municipal ordinances against 
common rights, interfering with individ- 
ual liberty and regulating personal asso- 
ciation and employment. [Eugene Mc- 
Quillin] 64 Cent. L. J. 209 [1907]. 



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268 



NATAL 



To what extent is a municipal corporation 
estopped by recitals in its bonds from 
setting up illegality as a defense thereto? 
[Glenda Burke Slaymaker] 60 Cent. L. 
J. 444 [1905]. 

Validity of municipal ordinances regulating 
the inspection and sale of milk and cream. 
[Eugene McOuilUn] 62 Cent. L. J. 439 
[1906]. 

Validity of municipal ordinances vesting dis- 
cretion in public officers. [Eugene Mc- 
OuilUn] 65 Cent. L. J. 2 [1907]. 

MUNICIPAL COURTS- 

The law providing for a municipal court in 
Chicago. [Robert McMurdy] 68 Alb. 
L. J. 246 [1906]. 

Municipal Court rotation as affecting juris- 
diction and practice. [George F. 
Langbein] 6 Bench and Bar, N. Y., 16 
[1906). 

MURDER. 

See Homicide. 

Murder case, A strange. [W. R. Riddell] 
34 Can. L. J. 69 [1898]. 

Murder trial in Nicaragua. [Gordon 
Waldron] 1 Can. L. Rev. 179 [1902]. 

Murfree, William L. [1854-1902.] Note. 
36 Am. L. Rev. 244 [1902]. 

Murpliy, James. [1826-1901.] The Right 
Hon. Mr. Justice Murphy, P.C., K.C., 
LL.D. Obituary. 35 Ir. L. T. 431 [1901]. 

— Obituary. [Richard J. KeUy] 27 Law 

Mag. and Rev. 204 [1902]. 

— Obituary. Ill L. T. 450 [1901]. 

— Reminiscences of the late Mr. Justice 

Murphy. Ill L. T. 519 [1901]. 

Murphy, Thomas. [1862-19—.] Biograph- 
ical sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 
99 [1899]. 

Murray River boundary. [W. Harrison 
Moore] 1 Com. L. Rev. 157 [1904]. 

Murray, William, Earl of Mansfield. 
[1705-1793.] Portrait. 16 Green Bag. 
394 [1904]. 

Murzulmant (death-illne88),The law of. [Ma- 
homed Yusoof] 1 Cal. L. J. 107 [1905]. 

Muscat dhows. [J. Westlake] 23 Law Q. 
Rev. 83 [1907]. 

MUTUAL BENEFIT INSURANCE. 
See also Friendly Societies. 

Contract made by railroad employees with 
railroad relief associations. [George B. 
EUiott] 8 Va. L. Reg. 858 [1903]. 



The Indian and his chit. [P. Sullivan] 

4 Natal L. Q. 83 [1905]. 
Naboth*s vine3^ard. The case of. [David 

Werner Amram] 12 Green Bag, 504 

[1900]. 

NAMES. 

Change of name. 122 L. T. 183 [1906]. 
Individual suing in assumed trade name. 

[Alexander MacGregor] 37 Can. L. J. 

763 [1901]. 

Law of names. [H. M. Mowat] 20 Can. L. T. 
319 [1900]. 

Law of names in questions of notice by regis- 
try. [Austin Branch] 8 Va. L. Reg. 

714 [1903]. 
Man and his name. [Bernard C. Steiner] 

15 Yale L. J. 341 [1906]. 
Names and surnames. 65 J. P. 611 [1901]. 
Names of literary compositions. [Bernard 

C. Steiner] 16 Green Bag, 643 [1904]. 
On changes of name. 116 L. T. 26 [1903]. 
Personal names. [G. S. Arnold] 15 Yale L. 

J. 227; 5 Can. L. Rev. 234 [1906]. 
Place names of the Temple. 114 L. T. 84 

[1902]. 
Protection of equity of corporate names 

against unfair competition. [H. C. 

McCoUom] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 244 

[1906]. 
Trading names. 108 L. T. 167; 109 do. 339 

[1899-1900]. 
Unfair competition by the deceptive use of 

one's own name. [W. L. Putnam] 12 

Harv. L. Rev. 243 [1898]. 
Use of assumed names. 22 Bank. L. J. 845 

[1905]. 
Using a firm name after dissolution. 117 

L. T. 122 [1904]. 
What's in a name? [William Arch McClean] 

11 Green Bag, 404 [1899]. 
Nantucket, The secession and annexation of. 

[Craig Cornish] 11 Green Bag, 124 

[1899]. 
Napoleon and his code. [Wm. T. Lee] 

2 Natal L. Q. 22 [1903]. 
Nash, George K. [1842-1904.] Obituary. 

49 Ohio L. B. 489. 
— Memorial. [S. N. Owen] 50 Ohio L. B. 

261 [1905]. 
NATAL. 
Are minor's interests sufficiently protected in 

this colony? [Henry C. Koch] 2 Natal 

L. Q. 31 [1903]. 



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Consideration in Natal. 4 Natal. L. Q. 206 
[1905]. 

High treason in Natal. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 74 
[19011. 

The law relating to inheritance ab intestasto 
in the colony of Natal. 2 Natal L. Q. 
93 [1903]. 

The legal capacity of a wife, under the laws 
in force in Natal, to enter into a contract. 
[J. D. Stalker] 4 Natal L. Q. 12 [1905]. 

Martial law in Natal. 2 J. Comp. Leg: 514 
[1900]. 

Modes of legislation in the British colonies: 
Natal. [J. W. Bird] 3 J. Comp. Leg. 
264 [1901]. 

Review of legislation, 1895. [Sir Courtenay 
Ilbert] 1 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 94 [1896]. 

— 1896. 2 J. Comp. Leg. o. s. 205 [1897]. 

— 1897. 1 J. Comp. L^. 126 [1899]. 

— 1898. [lareal Dayis] 1 J. Comp. Leg. 

522 [1899]. 

— 1899. 2 J. Comp. Leg. 587 [1900]. 
— 1900. 3 J. Comp. Leg. 377 [1901]. 

— 1901. 4 J. Comp. Leg. 299 [1902]. 

— 1902. 5 J. Comp. Leg. 380 [1904]. 

— 1903. [Edward Manson] 6 J. Comp. Leg. 

398 [1905]. 

— 1904. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 165 [1906]. 

— 1905. 7 J. Comp. Leg. 484 [1906]. 

— 1906. [J. F. Bird] 8 J. Comp. Leg. 351 

[1907]. 
Native customs. Validity of, in British 

courts. 2 J. Comp. L^. 473 [1900]. 
Natural law. [Albert S. Thayer] 21 Law 

Q. Rev. 60 [1905]. 

— versus statutory law. [Gino C. Speranxa] 

59 Alb. L. J. 400 [1899]. 
Natural rights. [Noble C. Butler] 36 Am. 

L. Rev. [1902]. 
See also Laws of Nature. 
Naturalization. [Henry Stockbridge] 13 

Am. Uw. 419 [1905]. 

— in the colonies. [F. R. Sanderson] 14 

Jurid. Rev. 299 [1902]. 

— of aliens. [N. W. Hoyles] 25 Can. L. T. 

181 [1905]. 

— versus imperialism. [Alpheus Henry 

Snow] 2 Am. J. Int. Law, 562 [1908]. 
See also Citizens. 
Nature, The history of the law of: a pre- 
liminary study. (Sir Frederidc Pollock] 
2 J. Comp. Leg. 418; 3 do. 204. 






Naval War Code. [Theodore S. Woolsey] 

1 Colum. L. Rev. 298 [1901]. 

NAVIGABLB WATERS. 

Foreshare ri^ts. 68 J. P. 398, 410 [1904]. 
Ownership of foreshore as against the crown. 
41 Ir. L. T. 209, 216 [1907]. 

The public rights in the seashore. 68 J. P. 
63 [1904]. 

Removal of shingle from the seashore. 69 J. 
P. 279 [1905]. 

NE EXEAT. 

The writ of ne exeat — will it lie in a suit for 
other than a money demand ? [Frederick 
A. Brown] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 94 [1907]. 

Neaves, Lord, [1800-1876]: a Scottish judi- 
cial humorist. 108 L. T. 107 [1899]. 

Neelen, Neele B. [1863-19—.] Biographical 
sketch, with portrait. 59 Alb. L. J. 100 
[1899]. 

NEGLIGENCE. 

Acceptance of benefits from relief associa- 
tions as a defense to actionable n^li- 
gence. [W. B. Morris] 51 Cent. L. J. 
143 [1900]. 

Acceptance of the risk by the servant. 
[Seymour D. Thompson] 56 Cent. L. 
J. 323 [1903]. 

Actio personalis moritur cum persona, as 
applied to negligence. [G. D. Keogh] 
24 Law Mag. and Rev. 39 [1898]. 

Assumption of risk and contributory neglig- 
ence. 9 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 89 [1905]. 

Acts in emergencies as constituting contribu- 
tory negligence. [Glenda Burlce Slay- 
amlcer] 58 Cent. L. J. 463 [1904]. 

Agreed valuation as affecting the liability of 
common carriers for n^ligence. [Henry 
Wolf Bikl6] 21 Harv. L. Rev. 32 [1907]. 

Bills of particulars in actions based upon 

negligence. [Cjrrus J. Wood] 49 Cent. 

L. J. 362 [1899]. 
— [Linton D. Landrum] 50 Cent. L. J. 

364 [1900]. 
Carriers contracting against liability for 

negligence. [James M. Kerr] 59 Alb. 

L. J. 165 [1899]. 
Carrier's liability for negligence. [A. Rives 

HaU] 6 Rev. Leg. 97 [1900]. 
The case of Roy and the Canadian Pacific 

Railway Co. [Charles Fitzpatrick] 

8 Rev. Leg. 346 [1902]. 



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Caution in factories and curatories. 17 
Scot. L. Rev. 37 [1901]. 

Collateral negligence. [N. G. L. Child] 18 
Jiirid. Rev. 73 [1906]. 

— (Silas Alward] 36 Can. L. J. 6 [1907]. 

Collateral negligence of contractors. 43 
Sol. J. 93 [1896]. 

Collateral or casual negligence. Liability of 
a principal for the negligent acts of a 
contractor or his servants. [N. W. 
Hoyles] 43 Can. L. J. 305 [1907]. 

Compensation to rescuers — a question of 
contributory negligence. [Tho«. W. 
Shelton) 10 Va. L. Reg. 671 [1904]. 

Contracts limiting liability of carriers for 
negligent injury to free passengers. [S. 
S.Lambeth, Jr.]8 Va. L. Reg. 471 [1902]. 

Contribution between persons jointly charged 
for negligence. [Theodore W. Reath] 
12 Harv. L. Rev. 176 [1898]. 

Contributory negligence. [Silas Alwardl 
19 Can. L. T. 274 [1899]. 

Contributory negligence as an offset against 
fraud. [William Ruger] 57 Cent. L. J. 
303 [1903]. 

Contributory negligence of infants in Illinois. 
[George Norris Woodley] 33 Chic. Leg. 
N. 338 [1901]. 

Dangerous structures. 68 J. P. 267 [1904]. 

Distinction between assumed risk and con- 
tributory negligence. [D. W. Crockett] 
60 Cent. L. J. 263 [1900]. 

The distinction between contributory neglig- 
ence and ''assumption of risk/' and its 
significance. [E. L. Bishop] 36 Am. L. 
Rev. 387 [1902]. 

The doctrine as to the employment of an 
independent contractor. [Wsmdham 
R. Meredith] 6 Va. L. Reg. 137 [1900]. 

The doctrine of assumed risk and contributory 
negligence as defenses to actions for 
damage resulting from a failure to comply 
with express statutory provisions. [M. 
C. Freeiks] 61 Cent. L. J. 446 [1905]. 

The doctrine of contributory negligence. 
[G. D. Keogh] 24 Law Mag. and Rev. 
291 [1899]. 

Doctrine of error of judgment in negligence. 
[O. H. Myrick] 65 Cent. L. J. 238 [1907]. 

Doctrine of imputed contributory negligence 
as applied to persons sui juris, [John 
T. MarahaU] 64 Cent. L. J. 347 [1907]. 



The doctrine of imputed negligence as between 
an infant, nan sui juris, and its parent or 
guardian. (Sumner Kenner] 61 Cent. 
L. J. 244 [1905]. 

Employer's liability for negligence. (A. 
Rivea HaU] 7 Rev. Leg. 513 [1901]. 

Estoppel by negligence. [John S. Ewart] 
15 Uw Q. Rev. 384 [1899]. 

Estoppel by negligence. 43 Sol. J. 813 [1899]. 
Ethics of the law of negligence. [John 

Woodward] 5 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 31; 

63 Alb. L. J. 220 [1901]. 

Evidence of negligence for the jury. 40 Ir. 
L. T. 169 [1906]. 

Evidence of precautions and repairs sub- 
subsequent to in j uries. [Cyrus J • Wood] 
52 Cent. L. J. 225 [1901]. 

Extension to the admiralty of the fellow 
servant doctrine. [Frederic Cunning- 
ham] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 294 [1904]. 

Fatal accident enquiries. [J. Henderson 
Begg] 12 Jurid. Rev. 39 [1900]. 

Fellow servant doctrine in the United States 
supreme court. [Albert Martin Kales] 
2 Mich. L. Rev. 79 [1903]. 

Fellow servants — the superior-servant doc- 
trine. 4 Uw Notes [N. Y.] 27 [1900]. 

Fraudulent alteration and the effect of 
negligence. [G. H. A. Montgomery] 
2 Can. L. Rev. 639 [1903]. 

Imputed negligence. [Silas Alward] 43 
Can. L. J. 268 [1907]. 

Imputed contributory negligence. [James 
McCabe] 61 Alb. L. J. 68 [1900]. 

Injuries occasioned by or through the acts of 
third persons. [G. S. Holmested] 40 
Can. L. J. 769 [1904]. 

Insanity and the law of negligence. [Wm. 
B. Homblower] 5 Colum. L. Rev. 278 
[1905]. 

Joint and several liability of master and 
servant for negligence as affecting re- 
moval of causes. [Cyrus J. Wood] 54 
Cent. L. J. 404 [1902]. 

Is Duncan v. Findlater not law? [John H. 
Tait] 10 Jurid. Rev. 200 [1898] 

Jury trials in actions for negligence. [A. W. 
Benson] 8 Kan. Law [June, 1902]. 

"Last clear chance." [Thos. W. Shelton] 
10 Va. L. Reg. 301 [1904]. 



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The law of negligence as expressed in the 
doctrine of res ipsa loquUor, [Aleiander 
Hinchberft) 63 Alb. L. J. 144 [1901].