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United States v. Conkling, etc., Weeks, Savings Bank of Balti-
147 v. Cornell Steam
650 boat Co.
241 Welsh, Bakker v.
68 R. R. Co. 502 Western Union Tel. Co. v. Lacer
67 v. Guilford (146 Westinghouse Elec. Co., General Fed. Rep. 298) 62,68 Elec. Co. v.
57, 71 v. MacAndrews & Wetzel, Czermak v. (114 N. Y. Forbes Co. (149 App Div. 816).
335 Fed. Rep. 823) White, Rex v.
415 321, 328, 642, 649 Wilson v.
324 v. Pomeroy 649 White-Smith Pub. Co. v. Apollo v. Powell 648 Co.
327 v. Scott.
499 Whyte, Robbins v.(i k. B.
73 635, 647 Willet, State v.
497 United States, etc., Co. v. United Williams, Hill v.
581 States (27 Sup. Ct. Rep: 381) 575
653 United Traction Co., City of Willis, Hooper & Ashby v.
154 Reading v. 155 Wilson v. White .
Wisconsin Cent. Ry. Co., McKibVanderford v. Farmers, etc., Bank 646
647 Village of St. Johnsville v. Smith 70 Wood v. Snider
569 Villar v. Gilbey
651 Woods and Sons v. Carl (27 Sup. Von Au V. Magenheimer (115 Ct. Rep. 99)
333 N. Y. App. Div. 84) 235 Worcester Art Museum, Hubbard
561, 573 Wabash R. R. Co., Spencer v. 574 Worthing Corporation v. Heather 240
v. Sharpe 66 Worthington Ecclesiastical Soc., Walker, Shasta Power Co. v. 649 Bulkeley v.
147 Wall, Corelli v. 75 Wright, Hawley v.
231 Walsh, Picket v.
330 Walz, Dancy v.
72 Wucher, Morris v. (uis n. y. Wamser vi Browning, King & App. Div. 278) Co. (187 N. Y. 87)
Wyoming Dist. Council, Pattererican. 240
233 Ward, Hutchinson v.
65 Warfield, Stump v.
568, 579 Young v. Bell Tel. & Tel. Co. Washoe County Bank, Gulling v. 654 v. Lemieux
579 Watson, Rowland v.
483, 499 Webb v. Outrim
INDEX TO LEADING LEGAL ARTICLES
APRIL 15, 1906 - APRIL 15, 1907.
Prepared in collaboration with the Harvard Law School Library. Titles are re-
arranged so as to place the key-word first. Abbreviations are those used in
Accord and Satisfaction, Part Payment of Claim as. Raymond D. Thurber. 5 Bench
and Bar 90.
Aaron A. Ferris. Negative: Alexander Hadden. 4 Oh. L. Rep. 260.
40 Am. L. Rev. 729 ; 14 Am. Lawyer 445.
collection of authorities on the probative value of affidavits in proceedings for the
attachment of property. 7 Bench and Bar 55, 92.
Position as a Defense in Quasi-Contracts. George P. Costigan, Jr. 20 Harv.
L. REV. 205.
has Receded from the Contract? Wilmer T. Fox. Contending that such ratifica-
tion should not be allowed. 62 Cent. L. J. 338.
port) 104. See p. 159.
tion and its interpretation by the courts. 22 Pol. Sci. Quar. 49.
the English cases the change in legal meaning undergone by the words " intent
ternal. 16 Madras L. J. 383.
18 Jurid. Rev. 121.
more wieldy procedure, founded on a careful review of the constitutional provisions
and observation of their workings. I Am. Pol. Sci. Rev. 213.
Character of. Albert W. Gaines. A historical sketch. 40 Am. L. Rev. 694.
bury. Discussing especially remedies for obtaining review of the decisions of
the Philippine Supreme Court. 16 Yale L. J. 417.
liams. Concluding that the tendency of courts to cut down verdicts rendered
jury not justified in the absence of statute. 64 Cent. L. J. 267.
New York rulings. 7 Colum. L. Rev. 248.
& Rev. 155.
L. J. 529.
Armstrong Committee's Legislation, Defects of the, Relating to the Dividends of
Mutual Life Insurance Policy Holders. Samuel B. Clarke. 41 Am. L. Rev. 161.
Special. Edson B. Valentine. 68 Alb. L. J. 325.
ent unsatisfactory status of deeds of assignment in England. 122 L. T. 238.
authorities. 64 Cent. L. J. 66.
Willis. 20 Harv. L. REV. 297.
without negligence on the part of the drawer, the banker and not the drawer is
liable for payment of an altered cheque. 50 Sol. J. 713.
Puton. An address before the American Bankers' Association, 1906. 23 Banking
need for reformation of the law of bills of lading, and explaining the legal effects
of proposed amendments to the federal rate bill. 23 Banking L. J. 866.
Address before the New Jersey Bankers' Association, 1906. 23 Banking L. J. 401.
pean agitation favoring legislation invalidating clauses in bills of lading which
posing such legislation at present. 16 Yale L. J. 25.
cussing the desirability, from a banker's point of view, of such legislation. 23
Banking L. J. 571.
Arguing that he is. 4 Mich L. Rev. 602.
of. Charles L. Dibble. Discussing the effect of non-compliance with legal restrić-
tions and the application of the doctrine of equitable estoppel. 4 Mich L. Rev. 497.
ing attention to the greater tendency of federal over state courts to hold munici-
31 Nat. Corp. Rep. 97.
Rev. 32. See p. 423.
primary treaties between the states of the German Empire in German constitu-
tional law. 16 Yale L. J. 176.
sideration of the restrictions placed upon lawyers in their efforts to secure cases by
the statutes on champerty. 5 Bench and Bar 51. See 20 Harv. L. Rev. 576.
Charles L. Nordon. Advocating an international rule to determine under what
circumstances cables may be cut. 32 L. Mag. & Rev. 166.
18 Green Bag 377.
Can. L. Rev. 249.
exact meaning of the words as used in the statutes. 16 Yale L. J. 161.
Affecting, Unconstitutional and Void. Garrad B. Winston and Blackburn
Esterline. 63 Cent. L. J. 278.
proved June 11th, 1906, Relating to the Liability of, to their Employees. John
Carriers, The Validity of State Statutes Prohibiting Contracts of Exemption by, Con-
cerning Interstate Commerce. 7. R. Tucker. An argument in favor of their
constitutionality. 12 Va. L. Reg. I.
there is no previously established legal principle to govern the case. 22 L. Quar.
tions as primary sources of case law. 22 L. Quar. Rev. 416.
states to depart from the issue of the pleadings. 63 Cent. L. J. 395.
New York law on the subject and reconciling so far as possible the decisions in
various classes of cases. 7 Bench and Bar 13.
tion law of several states and urging the necessity of á federal law to govern incor-
poration. 64 Cent. L. J. 49.
legal status of voucher checks containing an itemized account stated on the reverse
side. 23 Banking L. J. 609.
ventre sa mère is in law treated as born. 51 Sol. J. 354.
290. See p. 658.
nandez. Anon. Criticizing the decision found in 202 U. S. 80, in which the court
went far to continue a difference in procedure. 63 Cent. L. J. 411.
Harv. L. Rev. 368.
Alfred Hand. Maintaining that the way to prevent injustice arising from such
trol railway rates. 16 Yale L. J. 167.
of its members. Giving rules for the conduct of attorneys in their relations with
to the proper conduct of cases and amount of fees. 6 Brief 212.
the Spanish uniform laws. 16 Yale L. J. 411.
U. M. Rose. 40 Am. L. Rev. 833.
ernment as organized under the codes in Illinois, Ohio, and Indiana. 21 Pol. Sci.
20 Harv. L. REV. 456.
The. S. S. Gregory. Discussing the Federal Employers' Liability Act. 5 Mich.
L. Rev. 419. See 20 Harv. L. REV. 381.
Henry Schofield. 1 Ill. L. Rev. 440. See p. 503.
6 Can. L. Rev. 24, 61, 110.
English courts in so naming the right of auctioneers to retain the price until paid
their fees. 26 L. N. (London) 18.
nandez. See supra, under Civil.
summaries of comparative legislation and making suggestions for the proposed
C. Hall and John H. Wigmore. i Ill. L. Rev. 501. See p. 582.
lating the law of the various jurisdictions. 10 L. N. (Northport) 128.
that the authority to pass on the constitutionality of statutes was not intended to
be given to courts by the Constitution. 41 Am. L. Rev. 65.
with it. See supra, under Commerce.
of Mr. Balfour's refusal to resign or to dissolve Parliament in July, 1905. 15 Yale
1. J. 315.
federal constitution does not require jury trial in state courts. 6 Colum. L. Rev.423.
holdings of the Supreme Court of the United States as to the constitutionality of
local regulations of contracts. 62 Cent. L. J. 377.
ing the proposed Employers' Liability Act in Massachusetts as being too radical
a step in the right direction. 19 Green Bag 80.
of View of International and. Theodore P. Ion. 5 Mich. L. Rev. 326. See 20
Harv. L. Rev. 337.
Discussing the different application of constitutional provisions to individuals and
to corporations. 6 Colum. L. Rev. 485.
ering its position at present as opposed politically to the House of Commons and
the possibilities of its reform. 32 L. Mag. & Rev. 129.
Concerning the, of the Law Regulating Interstate Railway Rates.
L. Rev. 497. See 19 Harv. L. REV. 487 ; 20 ibid. 127.
a decision that commitment under the laws violates the father's constitutional
Dealing with "closed shop” and “arbitration” agreements. 41 Am. L. Rev. 197.
See 18 Harv. L. Rev. 423, 444.
Third Party has Receded from the ? See supra, under Agent.
supra, under Bailees.
under Causes of Action.
in the trustee's power to sell, upon a contract to sell land. 51 Sol. J. 302.
their effect in the covenants given by purchasers of leaseholds or of lands subject
to restrictive covenants. 4 Commonwealth L. Rev. 13.
Power of a Wife to Bind her Husband to her Contracts. I. G. Addison Smith,
Briefly stating the authorities. 14 Scots L. T. 35.