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Graham v. Lynn, 4 B. Mon. 18; Acklen V. Acklen, aud in another four times over. This is an objection45 Ala. 609; Ligon v. Rogers, 12 Ga. 281; Perdue v. able feature. In a note on pages 29-32 the editors give Bradshaw, 18 id. 287. It is well settled that no judg- the leading authorities in the various States on the ment other than a final judgment can give a lien. burden of proof when insanity is the defense, and the Freem. ou Judg. 340, and citations. The statute ex- degree sufficient to justify acquittal. pressly restricts such effect to final judgments. Acts of 1866, p. 118. (2) A judgment for costs, which does not dispose of the subject-matter of the suit, has been

COWEN'S CRIMINAL REPORTS. often held by this court not to be a final judgment. Reports of criminal cases decided in the appellate courts of Warren r. Sherman, 25 Tex. 319; Martin v. Wade, 22 the State of New York and of other States, with notes by id. 224; Fitzgerald v. Fitzgerald, 24 id. 416. Eastham Patrick H. Cowen, counsellor-at-law. Vol. 1 Albany, v. Ralston. Opinion by Stayton, J.

N. Y.: Weare C. Little & Co. 1884. [Decided Jan. 15, 1884.]

This volume contains 108 cases culled from the State reports, as follows: Counecticut, 7; Massachusetts, 8;

New York, 79; Rhode Island, 6; United States SuFINANCIAL LAW.

preme Court, 2; Vermont, 6; and covers 609 pages. The index contains 111 pages. The annotatione, with

a single exception, are confined to New York cases, PROMISSORY NOTE-BONA FIDE HOLDER-WHO NOT.

aud consist principally of the insertion of sections of - Where a bank transfers a promissory note to a party

the Code of Criminal Procedure and the Penal Code. to secure a pre-existing indebtedness, there being no new consideration beyond a mere forbearance to becure the claim by attachment, such party is not a THATCHER'S PRACTICE OF THE DISTRICT COURTS OF bona fide holder for value, and cannot recover on the

THE UNITED STATES. note. Sup. Ct., Iowa. Bone v. Tharp. Opinion by

A Digest of statutes, admiralty, rules and decisions upon the Seevers, J. (18 N. W. Rep. 906.) [See 16 Eng. Rep.

jurisdiction, pleadings and practice of the District Courts 169.-ED.)

of the United StatesBy Erastus Thatcher, author of Di

gests upon the Jurisdiction and Practice of the Supreme PROMISSORY NOTE-WARRANTY OF COLLECTION.

Court of the United States and of the Circuits of the The waranty that a note is as good as gold, or as good

United States. Boston: Little, Brown & Co 1884. Pp. as money, is not in legal effect a warranty that it is xxvi. collectible by due process of law, and it is not necessary to exhaust the legal remedies at law against the

This volume completes the author's series on the

Practice of the Federal Courts. It contains all the demaker before suing the assignor of the same for a breach of warranty. Sup. Ct., Mich. Taylor v. Soper.

cisions upon the jurisdiction, pleadings and practice

of the District Courts to be found in 246 volumes of Opinion by Champlain, J. (18 N. W. Rep. 570.)

the reports, which have been arranged under appro PROMISSORY NOTE ALTERATION SIGNING AS priate headings. The provisious of the Revised StatSURETY AFTER EXECUTION.-In this case the note was utes relating to the jurisdiction of said courts, Rules given for money borrowed by Rudisill of plaintiff, and of Practice in Admiralty and Maritime Causes, preone Fuller signed it as surety upon the request of

scribed by the Supreme Court, Rules of the District plaintiff, and without the assent or kuowledge of the Court for the Southern District of New York, and the inakers of the note. Rudisill signed it as surety after Standing Interrogatories in Prize Cases. This series its maturity. This was innocently done, without any is, we believe, destined to maintain a foothold among fraudulent inteution on the part of any one, for the

the books which it is absolutely necessary to have. purpose of better securing the note after unsuccessful efforts to collect it. Held, that the signing of a prom

3 AMERICAN PROBATE REPORTS. issory note by one as a joint maker, after the execution by the original maker without his knowledge and con- Of this series, published by Baker. Voorhis & Co., of sent, is a material alteration which will defeat the in- New York, we have heretofore found cause and occastrument. Hamilton v. Hooper, 46 Iowa, 515; Dicksion to speak well, and this volume gives no reason for erinan v. Miner, 43 id. 508; Hall's Adm'x v. McHenry, reversing or modifying our opinion. The volume con19 id. 521. When a promissory note has been inno- tains 93 cases, well-selected, furnished with clear and cently altered, without any frauduleut purpose, the concise head-potes, and occasionally and judiciously payee may recover in an action brought upon the annotated. original consideration. Krause v. Meyer, 32 Iowa, 566; Clough v. Leay, 49 id. 111; Morrison v. Huggins,

1 ABBOTT'S NATIONAL DIGEST. 53 id. 76; 4 N. W. Rep. 854; Eckert v. Pickel, 59 Iowa, 545; 13 N. W. Rep. 708. Sup. Ct., Iowa, Apr. 8, 1884.

A Digest of the Reports of the United States Courts from the Sullivan v. Rudisill. Opinion by Beck, J. (18 N. W.

organization of the government to the year 1884, compris

ing the decisions of the United States Supreme Court, Rep. 856.) (See 12 Am. Rep. 306; 8 id. 48; 20 Eng. Rep.

those of the Circuit and District courts, of the court of 594.-ED.)

claims, and of the courts of the District of Columbia; together with leading provisions of the statutes and im

portant auxiliary information upon the National JurispruNEW BOOKS AND NEW EDITIONS.

dence. By Benjamin Vaughan Abbott. New York: Geo.

S. Diossy. 1884. Pp. xxiv, 816. Abandonment- ConverNEW YORK CRIMINAL REPORTS.

sion. Reports of cases decided in all the courts of the State of New The former edition of this work is well known, and

York involving questions of criminal law and practice, has answered a good purpose. We spoke of the supwith notes and references by Theodore Connoly and plementary volumes, 6 Alb. Law Jour. 68: 11 id 242. Henry L. Vilas. Vol. 1. Albany, N. Y.; W. C. Little &

The present is not a mere new edition, but is largely a Co. Pp. xxiv, 627.

new work. Among the new matter are bibliographic This series purports to give the current criminal de- notes, referring to the discussions in leading law cisious of the various courts of the State, the majority journals and in the notes of the American Reports and of whioh appear in the regular reports. Some of the American Decisions. The work is not to exceed the cases are reported twice, aud in one instance three five volumes. The abstracts are very full, and the editing seems thorough and precise. When completed the missioners set aside with costs and a rehearing ordered work will be very important, and of great practical before commissioners to be appointed by the Supreme value. It is well printed.

Court-In re Water Commissioners of Amsterdam, etc.

-Order reversed and judgment entered on referee's Wait's FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES.

report affirmed with costs-Joseph Kohn, respondent, A Treatise on Fraudulent Conveyances and Creditors' Bills, v. Joseph Koehler, appellaut. — Judgment affirmed

with a discussion of void and voidable acts. By Frederick with costs-Jesse Hoyt and others, respondents, v. S. Wait. New York: Baker, Voorhis & Co. 1884. Pp. li, Hartford Fire Ins. Co., appellaut.-Judgment af741.

firmed-People, respondents, v. Ellen E. Peck, appelThis seems a very complete treatise on a sub- lant.-Judgment affirmed, and judgment absolute ject of considerable practical importance. The discusordered against the defendants on the stipulation with sion on void and voidable acts may perhaps be deemed costs-Casper Speiss, respondent, v. Constantine Rosssuperfluous, but it hurts nothing. The author shows way and another, appellants. — Judgment affirmed title to call his work his treatise, for he really treats with costs-Lyman Bradley, respondent, v. James the subject, and does not merely make up a mosaic of Manning and others, appellants. —-Order affirmed and cases. He cites nearly 4,800 cases, but they are not judgment absolute ordered against the plaivtiff with burdensome, typographically or mentally. We think costs-John J.Duffield, appellant,v. Thomas Johnson. his work commendable, and that it will make a place Order of General Term reversed and judgment for tbe for itself. It is sumptuously printed.

defendant ordered, upon the verdict, with costs

Hiram Purdy, respondent, v. Rochester Printing ComSPAULDING'S PUBLIC LAND SYSTEM.

pany (The Rochester Democrut and Chronicle). — A Treatise on the Public Land System of the United States, Judgment affirmed with costs-Morris Solomon, re

with references to the land laws, rulings of the depart- spondent, v. City of Kingston, appellant. — Judgment ments at Washington, and decisions of courts, and an ap- reversed and complaint dismissed with costs-John D. pendix of Forms in United States Landing and Mining McLean, respondent, v. Andrew McLean, appellant. Matters. By George W. Spaulding: San Francisco, A. L. Bancroft & Co. 1884. Pp. xxxii, 523.

Judgment affirmed with costs-Christianne R. AlThis is a subject of importance in the new States. thaus, respondent, v. Jumes R. Sharp, as receiver, etc., So far as we can judge of a subject with which our ac

appellant. Order affirmed with costs - Elijah quaintance is very small

, we regard the work as very Purdy et al., respoudents, v. Edward J. Dunning, Jr., complete and exact, and as forming a very convenient appellant. — Order affirmed with costs—In re Edward manual.

B. Long, guardian, etc. Appeals dismissed with costs--People ex rel. James Preston, appellant, v. Ste

phen B. French et al., commissioners, etc., respondents. BIDDLE ON WARRANTIES ON SALE OF CHATTELS.

Appeal dismissed with costs-Henry Hoffman v. A treatise on the Law of Warranties in the Sale of Chattels.

William S. Marrin and another.-Order affirmed By Arthur Biddle. Philadelphia: Kay & Brother. 1884.

with costs—In re Charles F. Hunter to vacate an assessPp. xx, 308.

ment. The author's apology for this large-type monograph bocker Life Ins. Co.; claim of Grigg.— Appeal dis

Order affirmed with costs-In re Knickeris the brevity of the treatment of the topic in the general works on Sales. This being so, we think he might American Bay Loaning Co. et al., respondents.Or

missed with costs— Theron S. Atwater, appellaut, v. well have expanded his own treatment. It consists in very little more than a statement of the principal der affirmed with costs in both cases-Stephen Tarnscases. Even these are not all mentioned. It is very tall

, respondent, v. Walter W. White, appellant. — Ordisrespectful to old age to leave out, for example, Pas

der affirmed with costs-Duight L. Dewey v. J. Barton singer v. Thorburn, on the subject of implied warran

Finn. -Motion to put case on preferred calendar ties of seed, which is certainly the leading American granted, on condition that the case be submitted, ou

So far as he goes however Mr. Biddle is judi- printed briefs, at this term-Lizzie Hannon, an infant, cious and useful. The index is rather crude and inad- appellant, v.John F. Agnew et al., respondents. —Mo

tion to amend remittitur denied without costs-In re equate.

Alleged Will of Eliza M. Smith, deceased. —Motion to

open judgment by default for not filing return granted REDFIELD'S SURROGATE'S PRACTICE.

on service of papers, within ten days, and payment of The Law and Practice of Surrogates' Courts in the State of New York. By Amasa A. Redfield. Third edition. New Hurt, appellant. —Motiou to set aside judgment de

costs of motion-Wm. G.Shanks, respondent, V. Joseph York: Baker, Voorhis & Co. 1884. Pp. xxxvi, 1022. We have referred to the former edition of Mr. Red

nied with costs-In re. Estate of Sarah Boston, de

ceased. field's work (12 Alb. L. J. 46; 23 id. 478), and can but reiterate what then was said. The cases from 50 volumes of reports and changes by legislation affect

NOTES. ing the subject-matter make up the material which

American Law to the practitioner in the probate court. It is

the printed on excellent paper and well bound. One case Validity of Voluntary, Trusts, by Simon Greenleaf (Matter of Simpson's Will, 56 How. Pr. 125), holding Croswell; “ Legal Tender" Decision of 1884, by D. H. that a revoked will may be revived by parol, seems to Chamberlain ; Codification of Commercial and Mari. have escaped notice.

time Law, by Harrington Putnam; Authorship of the Statute of Frauds, by James Schouler. The “Notes"

continue the most ceadable and the book reviews the COURT OF APPEALS DECISIONS. most excellent of their kind. It is well for the pro

fession to know in this weather, that although a man HE following decisions were handed down Tues- is seen coming out of a saloon intoxicated, and having day, June 24, 1884:

left his hat inside, this is no evidence that he was Judgment affirmed with costs-Andrew Harpend made drunk at that place. So held in Lovelace v. ing, appellant, v. Stephen T. Arnot and others, re- Briggs, 32 Hun, 477. Also that the Fourth of July "is spondents.---Judment and conviction reversed and notoriously hard upon livery horses.” So held by the new trial granted - People, respondent, v. Lorenzo Supreme Court of Nebraska, in Homan v. Boyce, May Baker, appellant. -Order reversed, report of com- :-8, 1874, 19 N. W. Rep. 590.

case.

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GENERAL INDEX.

Page:

4

Page. CODIFICATION.
ABSTRACTS OF RECENT DECISIONS (see

of the common law.

325
Criminal Law, Financial Law; Insurance Law;

a short response to a long discourse ; David Dudley
Recent American Decisions; Recent English Decisions.

Field on

127
ALBANY LAW SCHOOL, commencement exer-

Code Law v. Judge Law

303

two answers to Mr. Carter's Pamphlet
cises
438

267

remarks of Geo. H. Yeaman before Law Reform
ANIMAL (see Current Topics).

Society of New York City.

26
ASSAULT (see Current Topics).

See Current Topics , Leading Articles.
COMMON LAW ALSATIA

308
BAKER, JOHN F., on injunction in summary pro- CONSTRUCTIVE NOTICE (see Leading Articles).
ceedings.

6 CONTEMPT (see Current Topics).
BANKRUPTCY (see Current Topics).

CONTRACT
BAR ASSOCIATIONS:

statutory capacity of husband and wife to...

285
New York State, address of Gov. Cleveland.. 39 CORLISS, GUY C. H., on presumption of negli-
notice of annual meeting.....

20
gence.

286
; transcript of minutes of executive com-

on discharge under State insolvent law

186
mittee..
260 on sureties on official bonds..

404
See Current Topics.

CORPORATION
BARNARD, HORACE, on codification of the

liability of issuing a certificate of shares

364
common law ......

325 receivers of; right to sue stockholders for unpaid
BOOKS, notices of new :

subscriptions.....

365
Abbott's National Digest

519

CORRESPONDENCE
American Probate Reports, Vol. 3

519
Baptismal names.

300
American Reports, Vol. 44

Carter's essay

160
Bair and Babcock's Guide to the Law

319
Code in other States.

499
Biddle on Warranties on Sale of Chattels...
520 Codification...

219, 318
Clouston's Mental Diseases.

440
Court of Appeals, N. Y., relief of

20, 40, 118, 158
Colebrooke on Collateral Securities

350
Constitution, necessary implication in.

300
Cowen's Criminal Reports .

519
Digests, concerning

159
Curwen on Abstracts of Title

120
Divorce laws, conflict of.

499
Davis' Law in Shakespeare

319

Dower, inchoate, rights, value of
Desty's Federal Procedure

359, 398, 439
320
Duress, authorities on.....

298
Folsom's Statutes Relating to the Insane

440
Eternal vigilance..

300, 318, 380, 400, 439
Fox on Warranty in Fire Insurance

318
Exception, an..

459
Guernsey on the Law of Suicide

120
Farnsworth v. Wood.

399
Hawes' Parties to Actions

320
Frankenheimer to Hornblower..

2779
Hayne on New Trials and Appeals

200
“Give me Liberty," etc..

420, 460
Heard's Precedents of Equity Pleadings

319
Goepp v. Hornblower...

280
High on Extraordinary Remedies, 2d edition

359
Goepp, going for Mr.

318
Huu's Court Rules.

319

Gowns
Jacob's Fisher's Digest Supplement ..

99, 357, 399
160
Grammar, critic on...

420
Law of the Produce Exchange

360
Hun's Reports..

160
Lawson's Expert and Opinion Evidence.

119
Injunction in summary proceedings.

60
Lawson op Insanity

319
Judges, new, when do they take office.

119
Lyrics of the Law.

439

Justices of the Peace, disqualification of by age 59
Moak's English Reports Digest.

160
Lawyers as speakers ..

299
Murfree on Sheriffs

480
Lawyers, should they decide their own cases

359
Myer's Federal Decisions, Vol. 2

200
Legatee forfeiting legacy..

300
Myer's Federal Decisions, Vol. 3

440
Lightning, is fire

459
New York Criminal Reports

519
Lucri causa ....

239, 299
Pacific Reporter

400
"Morgen," what is

298
Peeler on Law and Equity..

319
Married women's contracts

160
Pierce on Mortgages of Merchandise

200
Mormon question

80
Redfeld's Surrogate's Practice...

520
Newspaper law

499
Reynolds on Evidence

120

Partition under will, with outstanding power of sale, 220
Rules of Federal Practice

439
Railroad passes to members of Legislature

399
Schouler's Personal Property, Vol. 1..

199

Receivers of corporation; right to sue stockholders
Schouler's Personal Property, Vol. 2.

440
for unpaid subscriptions

419
Sloane on Landlord and Tenant

200
Roger Amero case

260
Southworth and Jones on Manufacturing Corpora-

Speakership of House of Representatives

340
tions ...

480
Spaulding's Public Land System

Supreme Court, new justices, when does their term
520

commence
Thatcher's Practice of the District Courts of the

79, 179, 199, 240
Swayne, Mr. Justice

500
United States

519
Transfers hy insolvent corporations

40
Tidy's Legal Medicine..

319
United States Supreme Court reports....

118
United States Digest..

440
Westminster Hall

389
Walt's Fraudulent Conveyances

520
West Coast Reporter..

Will, provision that legatee contesting shall forfeit
400

his legacy
Wharton's Commentaries on Law

260, 340
440
Women lawyers

439
BUSINESS (see Presumptions).

CRIMINAL LAW.
abstracts of decisions

78, 117, 219, 279, 317, 378
CASES IN FULL, 10, 27, 50, 68, 89, 108, 132, 149, 166, 189

For subjects, see Index-Digest.
210, 227, 248, 288, 309, 320, 369, 272, 366, 389, 409, 429448 CRIMINAL LAW REFORM ..

149
467, 490, 507 CURRENT TOPICS.
For subjects see Inder-Digest.
Abbott's Annual Digest.

161
CALIFORNIA

adultery with married woman, bill to punish for, by
Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent American Decis-

imprisonment
ions).

Albany city hall, old, memorial of....

281
VOL. 29.

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CURRENT TOPICS.-- Continued.
Page. CURRENT TOPICS.- Continued.

Page.
animal, liability for acts of, causing personal in-

jury Judge Robt. c. Pitinan on

501
juries. Saunders v. Teape

321
Mr. Eugene Lewis on

1
arbitration, proposed permanent court of, in Eng- law, evasion of, by respite of murderers

221
land

121 law schools as opposed to studying in offices
assault, action against prison official for ill-treating lawyers, decline of, as speakers..

241
prisoner

202

not efficient law reformers, Mr. Matthew Hale on, 41
Attorney-General of U. S., Mr. Croly on abolishing

partisanship

441
office of

101

Snow Hill Telegram on Mr. Croly's opinion.. 18
Bar, admission to. Mrs Kilgore's case.. 201, 242

women as, Gibson's Law Notes on

381
Bar association, Illinois, comments on address of

libel, Belt v. Lawes...

302
President Wm. L. Gross.

Feuardent v. Cesnola..

21
New York State, announcement of annual meet-

literature, legal, in England..
ing
2 Livingston, Chancellor, statute of

162
New York State, note on proceedings of.

lynch law, article in Century ..

241
Bankrupt act, failure of Congress to enact.
421 marriage and divorce, Judge Noah Davis on

501
Benjamin, Judah P., collision of, with court

422

married women, contracts by; Mr. Kruse's bill. 101
Benjamin and O'Conor
382 Marshall, Chief Justice

381
blasphemy, law of ; N. Y. Daily Register on Justice Milburn, Mr., comments on address of, before N. Y.
Stephen's article

321

State Bar Association...
Board of Claims, 1st report of

221 Mormonism, an apology for
breach of promise, Saturday Review on proposal to

the subject of a new story ....

102
limit right of action

82

murder statistics in different countries
"Bread Winners” Legal knowledge of author 101

negligence, contributory, Pullman Palace Car Co. v.
Brewer, Judge, farewell to late associates of Kan-

Gardner
sas Supreme Court bench

322

English cases....
Butler, General, criticism on us by a correspondent, 281 railroads

402
Canada, comparative statistics of advocates and oaths, abolition of, American Law Review on.. 342
other professions in ..

322

Sir John Mellor on...
Cinciunati riots ..

262, 322, 323 obscene newspapers, Senator Gilbert's bill for sup-
codification, American Law Review on opposition

pression of sale of..
to Field's code....

502 Ohio Supreme Court, Ohio Law Journal on work of. 1
argument before Judiciary Committee against

patent laws

19
Throop's revision

221 patentability of inventions; recent law book of
Mr. Austin Abbott on.

101, 161 Henry Childs Merwin..
bill for appointment for commission to revise Pennsylvania Supreme Court, business of.

2
code

401
picture gallery, our

2012
Gen. Butler on

261 Private Vengeance, Chas. T. Congdon on.
Mr. Carter's pamphlet :

81, 142
probate, ante-mortem, bill.....

361
Cincinnati Law Bulletin on Mr. Carter's pamph- Reade, Charles, as a lawyer.

302
let..

201

receiver of rents and profits in mortgage foreclosure
defeat of Civil Code in the Senate

362

proceedings
extent to which N. Y. codes have been adopted Reid, Judge, suicide of, Virginia Law Journal on... 461
in other communities..

261

Kentucky, lawlessness in ; Judge Reid trouble... 401
Wm. Reinecke and C. B. Seymour on ..

481 reports of V. S. Supreme Court, comments on com.
N. Y, Sun on Throop's Code

261
munication relative to

102
suggestion to submit to the lawyers...

301

reporters, American, estimate of in English work 161
the Tribune's questions

143, 152, 181 reporting, criticism on head note of Mr. Hun. 5112
Coleridge, Lord Chief Justice, alarm felt by English Revised Statutes, Senator Gilbert's bill to revise part
bar at imported innovations of..

62

2d ; some of its provisions; its relations to codifi-
refusal of to adjourn court on day of funeral of

cation

181, 182
Duke of Albany....
3:22 South Carolinia; Law in Cash case

402
notice of publication of his American Reminis- Statute of Frauds; Mr. Henry Reid's new treatise on, 182
cences.

462
Supreme Court, United States, relief of ..

3112
common law, present sources of; Mr. Field's address Swayne, Judge Noah H., note on death of

482
before Law School of N. Y. University

301

Swayne, Gen. Wager, address of before New York
common words, legal interpretations of ; compli-

Law School....
mentary words of correspondent

telegram, property in; English case

421
Congressional bills, notes on some

121 title of purchaser of personal property
contempt, McDonald's case ; Judge Westbrook's

trial, adiuissibility of statement in behalf of prisoner
opinion.

382

by counsel..
copyright, Sarony photograph case. Solicitor's

Wallace, John William, note on death of

61
journal on..
461 Ward and Fish failures

491
Court of Appeals, New York, relief of.
841 Weldon, Mrs., before the lord chief justice..

221
scheme of Judge Ingalls, for relief of.

21
woinen as lawyers, Denver Law Journal on..

281
N. Y. Times on relief of

41
Mrs. Kilgore's case. ...

281
N. Y. Daily Register on..

101
Mrs. Weldon in court

489
renomination of Judges Andrews and Rapallo.. 341

502 DANA, JOHN CATTON, on responsibility, with a
courtship. Rice v. Comm

forecast.

246
cremation

241
dictionary of baptismal names..

DEATH, presumption of.

426, 464, 488, 504

242
divorce, proposition fornı laws as to ; statis-

DIVORCE (see Current Topics ; Domicile).
tics, etc...

162, 201 DOMICILE OF MARRIED WOMAN, validity
without publicity
122 of foreign divorce.

445
Erksine, Judge, resignation of

482
" Eternal Vigilance

402 ENGLAND (see Recent English Decisions)
evidence in action for divorce. Bill to permit hus-
band or wife to testify in own behalf.

261

EVIDENCE (see Current Topics).
excise law ; trial; influencing jury by presence of EXCISE (see Current Topics).

ladies
extradition between United States and Great Britain, 121

102 EXTRADITION.
in re Robb.

206
Eno case...

461

See Current Topics.
inter-state, Iu re Robb
free passes on railroads

221
gowns for judges....

..: 162, 201 FIELD, DAVID DUDLEY. in answer to Mr. Jas.
Court of Appeals

127
81, 82

c. Carter's pamphlet on Codification.....
Albany Argus on..

41 FINANCIAL LAW. Abstract of decisions.... 19, 95,
American Law Review and Denver Law Journal

158, 199, 316, 519
61, 141, 221

For subjects see Index-Digest.
Denver Law Journal or
in Italy

282 FRANKENHEIMER, JOHN, on Code Law v.
61
Judge Law....

305
Kentucky Law Journal on
"Grammar," Central Law Journal and Albany Law
Journal

361

HUSBAND AND WIFE (see Contract).
Graves, Judge Benj. F., retirement of..
impeachment of judges; poetry by Judge Davis..... 82 ILLINOIS Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent Amer.
imprisonment for debt; Senator Titus' bill to ican Decisions).
abolish
261, 361, 421 INJUNCTION, in summary proceedings....

6
insanity trial of, by jury. Mr. Wilder's paper
jury, exemption bill in Senate

341 INSANITY, trial of, by jury.....
fudge Daniels on methods of selecting
282 | INSOLVENCY, discharge under State law.

186

22

on ...

ness

145, 225

Page. PATENT (see Current Topics).

Page.
INSURANCE LAW. Abstracts of Decisions.. 39, 239 PENNSYLVANIA Supreme Court Abstract (see

316, 379, 418, 479
For subjects see Index-Digest.
Recent American Decisions).

178
IOWA Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent American

POEM, “Not all a dream,” by A. B. Pratt
Decisions).

PRESUMPTION OF DEATH... ..426, 464, 488, 504
PRESUMPTION OF LIFE.....

347
JURY SYSTEM (see Current Topics).

PRESUMPTIVE VALIDITY OF OFFICIAL
KANSAS Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent Amer-

ACTS.

86
ican Decisions).

PRESUMPTIONS arising from the usual course of
KENTUCKY Court of Appeals Abstract (see Recent

business.

145, 225
American Decisions).

RECEIVER (see Corporation).
KOPELKE, J.,on Criminal Law Reform..

149 RECENT AMERICAN DECISIONS:
LAW, the origin and development of.

46
California Supreme Court

437
Illinois Supreme Court

.37, 58, 157, 456, 479
LAWSON, JOHN D., on presumption of death 426

Iowa Supreme Court.

237, 296, 313
464, 488, 504 Kansas Supreme Court...

36, 75, 195, 293, 397
on presumptions arising from usual course of busi-

Kentucky Court of Appeals..

373
Maine Supreme Court..

77, 115, 156, 197, 237, 296
on the presumption of life..

347
Maryland Court of Appeals

..74, 139
on presumptive validity of official acts

86
Massachusetts Supreme Court

.57, 97, 196, 216
LEADING ARTICLES:

Michigan Supreme Court...75, 196,257,338,377, 458, 476, 498
American Reports, vol. 44..

Minnesota Supreme Court...57, 116, 140, 155, 218, 296, 357
Codification
184

496
of the common law

Missouri Supreme Court..

.56, 154, 198, 498
Common words and phrases.... 24, 44, 84, 144, 203,

Nebraska Supreme Court

.176, 238
283, 303, 384 Nevada Supreme Court...

417
Notice, constructive

244, 283 New Hampshire Supreme Court .137, 175, 198, 217, 257
Oaths, abolition of

344

295, 314, 338, 376, 417, 457
Taxation, careless legislation on corporate ; interest

New Jersey Court of Errors..

217, 397
on taxes...
105 New Jersey Supreme Court..

138, 217, 397
Tax, extension of; collectors' time; effect of sure-

New York Court of Appeals.

.353, 516
ties
124 Ohio Supreme Court....

137, 457
Wills, incorporation of extrinsic documents in 484 Pennsylvania Supreme Court, 35, 96, 138, 236, 372, 398, 415
LIFE, presumption of
347

457, 495
Rhode Island Supreme Court

497
MAINE Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent Ameri-

Texas Supreme Court...

518
can Decisions).

United States Circuit Court, 18, 156, 195, 216, 356, 437, 456
MARRIAGE (see Current Topics).

475, 518
District Court..

18, 158, 216, 437, 456, 518
MARRIED.WOMEN (see Domicile).

Supreme Court, 16, 34, 55, 95, 114, 153, 174, 194, 215, 235
MARYLAND Court of Appeals (see Recent Ameri-

256, 278, 312, 336, 354, 370, 396, 436, 455, 474, 495, 517
can Decisions).

Vermont Supreme Court

37, 97, 139,

165
MASSACHUSETTS Supreme Court Abstract (see

Wisconsin Supreme Court 38, 77, 293, 314, 374, 415, 476
Recent American Decisions).

For subjects see Index-Digest.

RECENT ENGLISH DECISIONS.
MERRILL, E. B., on Conway Robinson.

165

abstract of cases... 19, 98, 116, 177, 218, 258, 297, 315, 378
MICHIGAN Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent

418, 459, 480
American Decisions).

For subjects see Index-Digest.
MINNESOTA Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent RESPONSIBILITY, with a forecast

246
American Decisions).

RHODE ISLAND Supreme Court Abstract (see
MISSOURI Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent Recent American Decisions).
American Decisions).
ROBINSON, CONWAY, sketch of........

165
MOISE, E. E., op Mr. Carter's Pamphlet......

267

ROGERS, R. VASHON, on upstairs and downstairs
NEBRASKA Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent

tenants.

65
American Decisions).
SPEAR, SAM'L T., on extradition

206
NEGLIGENCE, presumption of.

286
(See Current Topics.

STATUTORY capacity of husband and wife to con:
tract together....

285
NEVADA Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent Ameri-
can Decisions).

STEWART, DAVID, on statutory capacity of hus-
band and wife to contract together

285
NEW HAMPSHIRE Supreme Court Abstract (see

424
Recent American Decisions).

STORCK, HARVEY, on jury system.....
NEW JERSEY Court of Errors Abstract (see Recent

SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS (see Injunction).
American Decisions).
SURETIES on official bonds .....

404
Supreme Court Abstracts (see Recent American Decis- TAXATION (see Leading Articles).

ions).
NEW YORK Court of Appeals Abstract (see Recent

TELEGRAM (see Current Topics).
American Decisions).
TENANTS, upstairs and downstairs ..

65
Court of Appeals Decisions handed down (Jan. 15), TEXAS Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent American
60; (Jan. 22), 80; (Jan. 29), 100; (Feb. 8), 140; (Feb.

Decisions).
26), 180; (March 4), 200; (March 11), 220; (March 18),
240;(April 15), 320; (April 22), 340; (April 29), 360

THORNDIKE, J. L., on liability of a corporation
issuing a certificate of stock

364
(May 6), 380; (May 9), 400 ; (June 3), 460; (June 10),
480; (June 17), 500; (June 4), 520.

TRIAL (see Current Topics).
Court of Appeals, relief of..

388
In the matter of robes, presentation of resolutions

UNITED STATES.
of N. Y. State Bar Association by David Dudley

Circuit Court Abstract (see Recent American Decis-
Field..

ions).

59
Supreme Court, appointment of new general terms

District Court Abstract (see Recent American Decis-
and justices.

ions),

419
(See Bar Associations.)

Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent American Decis-

ions).
NOTES OF CASES, 3, 23, 42, 63, 83, 103, 122, 143, 163, 182
202, 222, 22, 282, 282, 302, 323, 342, 362, 383, 402, 422, 443, 462 VERMONT Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent

483, 503

American Decisions).
For subjects see Index-Digest.
NOTICE (see Leading Articles).

WEIGHTMAN, HUGH, on domicile of married

445
OATHS, abolition of

344 WHITON, LOUIS C., on abolition of oaths 344
OBITUARY NOTICE:

386
Byles, Sir John

WILDER, E. P., on trial of insanity by jury.

177
OFFICIAL AOTS, presumptive validity of... 86 WILL (see Leading Articles ; Partition).
OHIO Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent American

WISCONSIN Supreme Court Abstract (see Recent
Decisions).

American Decisions).
PARTITION under will with outstanding power of

WORDS (see Leading Articles).
sale
107 YEAMANS. GEO. H., on codification..

26

woman..

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