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Central Law Journal
NEEDHAM C. COLLIER, Editor-in-Chief
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1911, 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 VOLUME 72
No. 13. Suggestions on Railroad Rate Regu
lation. By W. S. Thorington, 229. No. 14. Extra-Territorial Enforcement of
Statutes Imposing Liabilities on Stock
holders. By S. Thorne Able, 245. No. 15. Rights of Holder in Due Course Un
der the Negotiable Instruments Law. By
Wm. W. Keysor, 264. No. 15. Glimpses of Illinois Law and Proced.
ure. By W. T. Hughes, 267. No. 16. An Addendum to a Former Article
Questioning the Validity of the Thirteenth
United States. By T. A. Sherwood, 282. No. 17. Unconstitutionality of Statute as
Defense to Mandamus Against a Public
No. 1. Contempt in Federal Courts. By W.
S. Barrett, 5. No. 2. Constitutionality of the Rule Excluding
Atheists as Witnesses. By W. A. Coutts,
22. No. 3. Psychology for the Witness Stand. By
Dorr Kuizema, 41. No. 4. Constitutionality of Federal Corpora.
tion Tax Law. By. Israel Freeman, 59. No. 5. When and in What Cases May the
Husband Recover Real Estate Conveyed to Him by His Wife During the Married
State? By Walter J. Lotz, 78. No. 6. Does Amendment in the Law
Changing the Manner in Apportioning Assessments for Municipal Improvements Impair any Vested Right of Either the Contractor, the Property Owners or the Mu
nicipality? By Wilmer T. Fox, 97. No. 7. The Relation of Judicial Procedure to
Uniformity of Law. By Thos. W. Shel
ton, 114. No. 8. Normal Corporations V. Continental
Monopolies—Brief for Plaintiffs. By R.
M. Benjamin, 132. No. 8. Evidence--Issue of Forgery. By Jas.
E. Hill, 135. No. 9. Harmless Error. By Needham C. Col
lier, 151. No. 10. Arizona's Constitution—The Initia
tive-the Referendum, the Recall-Is the Constitution Republican in form? By
D. C. Lewis, 169. No. 11. The Administration of Justice-Its
Speeding and Cheapening. By William H.
Taft, 191. No. 12. When Allowances Pendente Lite will
be Made to the Wife, in Divorce Proceedings, Although She Has Ample Credit and Large Means, Both Real and Personal. By Walter J. Lotz, 209.
No. 18. The Identification of a Mark. By
Webster A. Melcher, 318. No. 19. The Contingent Fee. By F. C. Wil.
kinson, 342. No. 20. Popular v. Delegated Government.
A Defense of the Initiative, Referendum
and Recall. By Jonathan Bourne, Jr., 354. No. 21. Is the Referendum Anti-Republican?
By Glenway Maxon, 378. No. 22. Compensation of Unfaithful Agents,
By S. R. Wrightington, 396. No. 23. The “Unreasonable" Obiter Dicta of
Chief Justice White in the Standard Oil
Case. By Albert H. Walker, 423. No. 23. The Primitive Malay Marriage Law.
By Chas. S. Lobingier, 426. No. 24. A Republican Form of Government
A Defense of the Arizona Constitution. By
Henry H. Howard, 437. No. 25. The United States as a Defendant.
By Lincoln B. Smith, 460.