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THE

Central Law Journal

ALEXANDER H. ROBBINS, Editor

VOLUME 91
JULY-DECEMBER, 1920

CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY,

ST. LOUIS, MO.

1920.

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.

No. 1.

No. 15.

Why “The Lawes of Virginia.” By

Thomas W. Shelton, 262.

The English Act Authorizing Decla-
ratory Judgments, 264.

The Right of a Railroad to Recover
Damages from the United States for
Injuries Accruing During the Period
of Governmental Control. By Jesse G.
Northcutt, 281.

Uniform State Laws-A Means to
Efficiency Consistent With Democracy.
By Nathan William MacChesney, 297.

Can Young Children be Contribu-
torily Negligent? By Donald Mac-
Kay, 318.

Will the Eighteenth Amendment
Overwhelm the Federal Courts? By
Raymond G. Brown, 321.

The Domicile of a Married Woman

-1-The Older View, By Albert

Levitt, 4.

The Domicile of a Married Woman

-11-For Divorce and Other Purposes.

By Albert Levitt, 24.

The Unification of British Commer-

cial Law. By Donald MacKay, 45.

Expediting Litigation in the State of

Washington. By Fred H. Peterson, 46.

Actions Against the Agent of the

President Under the Transportation

Act of 1920. By R. O. Stotter, 63.

A Plea for a Permanent Interstate

Uniform Legislative Commission. By

Jesse J. Dunn, 64.

The Position of Money Paid as a

Deposit. By Donald MacKay, 81.

The Law's Delays in Appellate Pro-

cedure. By H. A. Bronson, 83.

The Super-Constitution. By Jeffer-

son B. Browne, 97.

How I Drew Old Tom Lathers' Will.

By Elwood S. Jones, 118.

Sovereign Powers of Constitutional

Governments. By J. B. Whitfield, 136.

Mental Suffering as an Element of

Damage in Contract. By Ralph Stan.

ley Bauer, 138.

The Industrial Crisis and the Bar.

By George B. Rose, 153.

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,

190.

Meaning of "Casual" as Used in

Workmen's Compensation Acts. By

C. P. Berry, 192.

The Philosophy of Representative

Government. By Sir Auckland Geddes,
208.

Has the Lawyer Lost Caste? By.T.

J. O'Donnell, 225.

A Gentlemanly Mendacious Wit-

ness. By Fred H. Peterson, 228.

The Care of Highways-Road Au-

thorities and Hidden Dangers. By

Donald MacKay, 245.

Validity of Laws Regulating Dimen.

sions of Containers. By C. P. Berry,

247.

A Few Rules for the Cross-Examina-

tion of Witnesses. By C. J. Ramage,
354.

Legislative Gold Bricks-Co-oper-
ative Marketing Associations and the
Law. By Percy L. Edwards, 356.

The Relation Between Legal Aid
Work and the Administration of Jus-
tice. By Reginald Heber Smith, 372.

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