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Central Law Journal
ALEXANDER H. ROBBINS, Editor
CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1920, by CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY,
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
PRINTED BY CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY.
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES IN
No. 1. The Domicile of a Married Woman
The Domicile of a Married Woman
-II-For Divorce and Other Purposes.
The Unification of British Commer-
cial Law. By Donald MacKay, 45.
The Position of Money Paid as a
How I Drew Old Tom Lathers' Will.
Sovereign Powers of Constitutional
Governments. By J. B. Whitfield, 136.
Mental Suffering as an Element of
Damage in Contract. By Ralph Stan-
The Industrial Crisis and the Bar.
Rhyme and Rhythm in a Master's
Report. By Andrew S. Miller, 171.
Liability of Owner or Employer for
the Acts of Independent Contractors-
Distinction in the Law of Respondeat
Superior. By N. C. Collier, 175.
The Construction and Application of
Revenue Acts. By Donald MacKay,
Meaning of "Casual" as Used in
Workmen's Compensation Acts. By
The Philosophy of Representative
Has the Lawyer Lost Caste? By T.
Why "The Lawes of Virginia." By
The English Act Authorizing Decla-
The Right of a Railroad to Recover
Damages from the United States for
Injuries Accruing During the Period
of Governmental Control. By Jesse G.
Efficiency Consistent With Democracy.
By Nathan William MacChesney, 297.
Can Young Children be Contribu-
torily Negligent? By Donald Mac-
Overwhelm the Federal Courts? By
Status of Persons Coasting in Pub-
lic Highways. By C. P. Berry, 336.
Lawyers' Office Systems-Report of
a Committee of the Iowa Bar Associa-
"Reasonable"-Use of the Term in
Recent British Cases. By Donald
Practice for Federal Courts of Equity.
Strikes, Strikers and Stricken-The
Kansas Industrial Court. By F. Du-
The Domicile of Separated Spouses.
From Blue Laws to Blue Sky Laws-
The Pilgrim Tercentenary. By Fred