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BAIL. See Appeal.

PAGE.
BAILMENT. Conversion, a refusal or neglect to de-

liver an article unintentionally left in store, is prima
facie evidence of. Osgoodby v. Limeburner (Buff.
S.C)..

114
2.-Duty of pledgee of securities to collect interest;

negligenco; depreciation of securities. Whiton v.
Paul (R. I. S. C.)

236
See Auctioneer; Criminal Law; Negligence.
BANKRUPTCY. Collection and conversion to his

own use of the proceeds of a note by a bankrupt by
a foreign correspondent does not fall within the ex.
ception in act as to fiduciary debts. Green's Bank
v. Chilton (Miss. S. C.).

382
2.-Discharge of one partner does not release other.
Hill v. Trainer (Wis. S. C.)

136
BANKS AND BANKING. Action against bank

by holder of unaccepted check not maintainable.
National Bank of Brockville v. Second National
Bank (Ind. S. C.)...

110
2.-Bank may not dispute title of its depositor to de-

posit. First National Bank of Lock Haven v. Mason
(Penn. S. C.)....

412
3.- Meaning of word “discount;" includes purchase of

notes ; negotiable instrument;indorsement by part-
ner of firm name without authority ; bona fide
holder; defense; corporation; notice. Atlantic
State Bank v. Savely (N, Y. App.)

454, 462
4.-Liability for mistake; protesting negotiable instru-

ment for customer; custom; current funds; grace.
Haddock v. Citizens' Nat. Bank (Iowa S. C.)

76
5.-Right to appropriate securities of third person

deposited by debtor as his own. Wood v. Boylston
Nat. Bank (Mass. S. C.)..

396
See National Banks; Savings Banks.
BASTARDY. Evidence; not error to allow the

alleged bastard child to be exhibited to jury to
determine resemblance to alleged putative father.
State v. Smith (Iowa S. C.)

43
BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. Status of, insuring

the lives of their members. State of Missouri v.
Merchants' Ex. Mut. Ben. Soc. (Mo. S. C.).....

427
BEQUEST. Of bonds does not include overdue cou-

pons. McGrath v. Van Stavoren (N. Y. C. P.)...... 271
BIGAMY. See Criminal Law.
BILL OF LADING. Sets of three; rights of in-

dorsee; entry under second bill; liability of ware-
houseman. Glyn Mills & Co. v. East and W. I. D. Co.
(Eng. Q. B. D.)...

19
See Maritime Law.
BOARD OF AUDIT. Soe Mandamus.
BONDS. Municipal; board of education; acts in issu-

ing bonds in excess of power do not render bonds
void ; innocent holder. State of Ohio v. Board of
Education (Ohio S. C.).

118
2.--Coupon; holder not bound to present coupon within

a reasonable tinio after due. Williamsport Gas Co.
v. Pinkerton (Penn. S. C.)......

478
3.-Oficial; mistake in name of obligee does not invali-
date. County of Bay v. Brock (Mich. S. C.)...... 199

See Appeal; Municipal Corporations ; Suretyship.
BOTTOMRY. See Maritime Law.
BOUNDARY. Along highway. Leigh v. Jack (Eng.
App.)

77
BREACH OF PROMISE. See Marriage.
BUILDING ASSOCIATION. Usury; provisions

of act of 1851, ch. 122, 8 7. Erie Co. Savings Bank v.
Baldwin (Buff. S. C.).

134
BURIAL. Disinterment of body for surgical examin-

ation, what necessary to authorize. Grangers' Ins.
Co. v. Brown (Miss. S. C.)..

CARRIER OF PASSENGERS-Continued. PAGE
5. – Negligence, contributory; injury to passenger on

street railroad resulting from sitting on front plat-

form. Wills v. Lynn & B. R. R. Co. (Mass. S. C.) 498
6.-Duty to furnish safe means of alighting. Foulkes

v. Metrop. Dist. Railway Co. (Eng. App.)
CEMETERY. See Mortgage ; Taxation.
CHARGE TO JURY. See Criminal Law.
CHILDREN. See Conflict of Law.
CHINESE. See Constitutional Law.
CIVIL DAMAGE ACT. Statutory construction;
other person

does not include drinker. Brooks
V. Cook®(Mich. S. C.)..
COMPOUNDING CRIME. See Consideration ;

Public Policy.
CONFESSION. See Criminal Law.
CONFISCATION ACT. United States not liable

for moneys deposited in proceedings for confiscation.
Branch v. U.S. (U. S. S. C.).....

17
CONFLICT OF LAW. Attachment valid against

previous assignment for creditors in another State.
Pierce v. O'Brien (Mass. S. C.)..

354
2.-Federal provision as to standing of State judgments,

want of jurisdiction; divorce. Morey v. Morey

(Minn. S. C.).....
3.-Foreign judgment; jurisdiction ; enticing party

into State to serve process. Wood v. Wood (Ky.
App.)

456
4.-Jurisdiction as to claims for moneys stolen from

mails and recovered ; trust deed of property stolen.

Laws v. Burt (Mass. S. C.)...
5.-Utah divorce without jurisdiction invalid ; parol

evidence showing want of jurisdiction. State of
Iowa v. Fleak (Iowa S. C.).

397
6.- Legitimacy of children born abroad. Re Good-

man's Trusts (Eng. Ch. D.).....
7.-Domicile; Scoich marriage; divorce. llarvie v.

Farnie (Eng. Pro. and A. D.)....
8. -Law of Lower Canada as to sales of chattels

comity – will not be exercised to deprive citizen of
title. Edgerly v. Bush (N. Y. App.)

15
See Contract; Divorce; Marriage ; Negotiable Instruments.
CONSIDERATION. Compounding a crime; need

not be felony to avoid contract McMahon v. Smith
(Conn. S. C.).

416
2.-Illegal; proof of; threat of prosecution. Swope v.
Jefferson Fire Ins. Co. (Penn. S. C.).

115
See Married Woman.
CONSIGNMENT. Sale of consigned goods and

goods of consignee at one time, right of action by
consignor against purchaser. Roosevelt v. Doherty
(Mass. S. C.).....

355
CONSPIRACY. See Crimlnal Law.
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. Ratif-

cation of, by people. Matter of Indiana Constitu-
tional Amendments (Ind. S. C.)...

147
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW. Tax on dogs consti-
tutional. Mowery v. Salisbury (N. C. S. C.)..

218
2.- Taxation, exemption by charter binding on State
(III. S. C.)..

217
3.-Eminent domain; taking private property for public

use ; assessment for sidewalk not. White v. People
(M. S. C.)

116
4.- Eminent domain; railroad track in highway.

Houston & Tex. C. R. R. Co. v. Odom (Tex. S. C.) 157
5.–Act embracing limited district when not local ; fish-
eries. Doughty v. Connover (N. J.S.C.)...

517
6.--Act requiring construction of fishways by dam

owners unconstitutional. Woolever v. Stewart
(Ohio S. C.).....

356
7.- Corporations, State under power to amend charter

cannot take away property rights from. City of De-
troit v. Detroit & H. P. R. Co. (Mich. S. C.)

95
8.-Chinese religious customs; State law regulating re-

moval of dead bodies valid. In re Wong Yung Quy
(U.S.C. C., Cal.).

131
9.--State cannot be sued without its consent. American

Dock & Imp. Co. v. Trustees of Public Schools
(N. J. Ch.)....

518
10.- Legislative authority as to contract of public officers;

removing from office; “misfeasance in office." Com-

monwealth v. Williams (Ky, App.)
11.-Lottery grants not contracts protected by Federal
Constitution. Stone v. State (U. S. S. C.)

8
12.-Salary of judicial officers; right of Legislature to

change term and ccmpensation. State ex rel. Martin

v. Kalb (Wis. S. C.)..
13.-Effect of statute law upon provisions of Constitu-

tion. Morley y. Thayer (U.S.C. C., Mass.)
14. -Statute shortening term of office of alderman

valid; New York city. Long v. Mayor (N. Y. App.).. 196
15.--Municipality may not levy local tax for general pur-

poses. Dyar v. Farmington (Me. S. C.).
16. - Impairing contract; exemption from taxation;

Federal jurisdiction. Louisville & U. R. R. Co.
Gaines, Com't'r (U.S. C. C., Tenn.).....

274

CARRIER OF ANIMALS. Liability beyond his

own line. Stewart v. Terre Haute & Ind. R. R. Co.
(U.S. C. C., Mo.)

423
CARRIER OF GOODS. Lien for freight on goods

shipped by consignee of owner; when lien attaches.
Hayes v. Campbell (Cal. S. C.).....

417
2.-Has no right to examine contents of parcels in-

trusted to him. Dinsmore v. Louisville, New A. & C.
R. R. Cc. (U. S. C. C., Ind.)

435
8.-Bound to carry for another common carrier. Dins-
more v. Nashville R. R. Co. (U. S. C. C., Ky.)

3
See Counter-claim; Maritime Law.
CARRIER OF PASSENGERS. Liability for

merchandise as baggage. Pennsylvania Co. v. Miller
(Ohio S. C.)

223
2.---Liability of railroad company for injury to pas

senger in Pullman car. Pennsylvania Co. v. Koy (U.
S. S. C.).

510
3.-When not liable for injury to passenger.

Interna-
tional & G. W. R. R. Co. v. Halloren (Tex. S. C.)... 72
4.- Negligence; landing of passengers ; safe transit

must be provided by officers of steamboat. Eagle
Packet Co. v. Defries (III. S. C.)....

116

435
153

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - Continued. PAGE.
17.-Impairing contract; statute impeding collection of

judgment. State ex rel. Ranger v. New Orleans
(U. S. S. C.).

496
18.-Impairing obligation of contract; State law altering

remedy. Hardin's Adm'r v. Taylor (Ky. App.)...... 457
19.-Taxation; assessment for street sewer according to

frontage and area valid. Cleveland v. Tripp (R. I.
S. C.)

316
20.-Usury: statute abolishing penalty for, affects exist.-

ing defenses and is valid. Mosby v. St. Louis M.
Ins. Co. (Va. S. C.)..

56
21.- Validating invalid contracts. U.S. Mortgage Co. v.
Gross (III. S. C.)

17
See Criminal Law; Elections; Insurance, Life: Na-

tional Banks.
CONTEMPT. Right to strike out answer for con-

tempt in action for divorce. Walker v. Walker (N.
Y. App.)......

372
See Appeal; Municipal Corporations.
CONTINGENT REMAINDER. See Will.
CONTRABAND BUSINESS. Business privati

juris and publici juris. Ladd y. Southern Cotton P.
& Mf'g Co. (Tex. S. C.)...

157
CONTRACT. Act of God, non-performance caused
by, no breach. Ward v. Vance (Penn. S. C.).

115
2.-Conflict of laws; husband and wife; enforcement.
Hayden v. Stone (R. I. S. C.)

203
3.-Construction of; advertisement in book sold by

subscription. Burr & Hyde v. American S. S. Co. (N.
Y. App.)

34
4.-Consideration; marriage. Gerlock v. Steinke (Bufr.
S. C.)

134
5.-Deed for land accepted binds grantee not signing ;

parol proof to contradict. Hubbard v. Marshall
(Wis. S. C.).

338
6.-Duress; illegal consideration, compounding felony;

rescinding of contract. Heckman v. Swartz (Wis.
S. C.)

396
7.-Impossibility of performance; construction. Re
Arthur's Estate (Eng. Ch. D.)

358
8.-Inconsistent contracts; right of action. Wilmott
v. Barber (Eng. Ch. D.). .

358
9.-Lien in nature of a mortgage, what is. Sawyer v.
Gerrich (Me. S. C.)..

3
10.--Representations influencing conduct; mutuality;

interest in lands; statute of frauds, $ 4; executed

consideration. Alderson v. Maddison (Eng. Ex. D.), 419
11.--Void by public policy; release without considera-

tion to influence voters. Harvey v. Tama County
(Iowa S. C.)

18
12. - Void as against public policy. Williamson v. Chi.,
R. I. & P. Ry. Co. (Iowa S. C.).....

29
13.-Void as against public policy; constructive posses-

sion dependent on. Clements v. Yturria (N. Y. App.) 155
14.-Between railroad and telegraph company to send

private messages free of charge, against public
policy and immoral. Western Un. Tel. Co. v. U. P.
R. R. Co. (U. S. C. C., Kans.)....

143
15.-In restraint of trade; foreign judginent. Rouissil-
lon v. Rouissillon (Eng. Ch. D.).

212
16.-Wagering, what is, sale of merchandise for future

delivery. Marx v. Ellsworth (Tex. Comin. App.).... 19
See Action : Attorney ; Consideration i Constitutional

Law: Corporations ; Eviction; Firtures; Husbanal
and Wife; Insurance, Fire: Lunatic; Maritime Law;
Marriage; Married Woman;

Sale; Statute of Frauds;
Telephone; Trade; Usury; Will.
CONVERSION. Of buildings belonging to another

by land-owner, when buildings personal property.
Doliver v. Ela (Mass. S. C.)

75
2.-Laches; action will not lie where property changed

to real estate. Detroit & B. C. R. R: Co. v. Burch
(Mich. S. C.)

198
3. – When demand before action for, not necessary.
Harpending v. Myers (Cal. S. C.)

413
See Bailment.
CONVEYANCE. Fraudulent; conveyance in con.

sideration of marriage not voluntary. National
Exchange Bank v. Watson (R. I. S. C.).

274
2.-Fraudulent; when voluntary conveyance to child,

not presumption of acceptance of deed. Herring v.
Richards (U. S. C. C., Minn)..

316
3.-Fraudulent; settlement by husband on wife; what

does not constitute fraud. Carr v. Breese (N. Y.
App.)

337
4.-Fraudulent; innocent vendeo from one fraudu-

Jently selling, protected. Beurman v. Van Buren
(Mich. S. C.)....

458
COPYRIGHT Chromo printed Berlin woolwork

pattern not a piratical copy of an engraving from

the same design. Dicks v. Brooks (Eng. App.).... 322
2.-In article in encyclopedia, foreign and native

owners ; injunction when will not issue. Scribner
v. Stoddart (U. S. C. C., Penn.)......

103
3.-Foreign publication, sale of chromo designed from

picture in ; when does not constitute a breach.
Johnson v. Donaldson (U. S. C. C., N. Y.).... 143

PA&E.
CORPORATION. De facto, what is. Buffalo C. Ry.
Co, v. N. Y. Cent. R. Ř. Co. (Buff. S. C.)...

134
2.-De facto, mortgage to; estoppel. Erie County Sav-
ings Bank v. Baldwin (Buff. S. C.)...

134
3.-Issue of new certificate of stock without surrender

of old ; liability for wrongful issue; dividends.
Cleveland & M. R. Co. v. Tapett's Admrs. (Ohio
S. C.).

117
4.-Notice; when knowledge of director not that of

corporation. Lothian v. Wood (Cal. S. C.)... 275
5. -Subscription to stock; what constitutes valid sub-
scription. Nulton v. Clayton (Iowa S. C.)...

435
6.- Individual members of board of managers cannot

bind, and contracts not implied from their declara-
tions. Allegheny County Work-house v. Moore
(Pend. S. C.)..

518
7.-Rights of stockholders; foreclosure; formation of

new company. Thornton v. Wabash R’y Co. (N. Y.
App.)

294
8.-Liability of company issuing a certificate of stock

under a forged transfer; estoppel. Sim V. Anglo-
American Tel. Co. (Eng. App.).....

19
9.-Liability of trustee; presumption as to holding

over; assignment of stock. Philadelphia & R. C. &
I. Co. v Hotchkiss (N. Y. App:)

515
10.-Sabbath breaking, may be indicted for. State v.
Balt. & O. R. R. Co. (W. Va. S. C.).

38
11.- Transfer of shares; liability of corporation for

wrongful issue of certificate. Strange v. Houston

& T. C. Ry. Co. (Tex. S. C.)...
12.-Not a person" within Pharmacy Act. Pharmaceu-

tical Society v. London & P. S. Asso. (Eng. App.).... 158
13.-When liable to officer of, for services. Santa Clara
M. Asso. v. Meredith (Md. App.)...

58
See Constitutional Law; Municipal Corporations ;

Receiver; Taxation.
COUNSEL. See Criminal Law.
COUNTER-CLAIM. Arising out of same transac-

tion allowable, though not existing when action

commenced. Howard v. Johnston (N. Y, App.)... 433
2.-When adınission of plaintiff's claim does not shut

out; carrier of goods; liability for damage to goods
carried. Schwinger v. Raymond (N. Y. App.)....... 515

See Removal of Causes.
COUPON. See Bonds.
COUSIN Who are second cousins? Re Parker ;
Bantham v. Wilson (Eng. Ch. D.).....

352
COVENANT. By tenant to pay taxes and assess-
ments. Budd v. Marshall (Eng. C. P. D.)....... 158

See Ancient Lights; Lease.
CRIMINAL CONVERSATION, Action for, not

dependent on wife's consent; evidence; husband
and wife not competent to prove want of sexual
intercourse; presumption of legitimacy of child

born aster. Egbert v. Greenwalt (Mich. S. C.).. 376
CRIMINAL LAW. Abortion by administering a

drug ; name of drug need not be stated in indict-
ment; woman on whom committed not accomplice.
Watson v. State (Tex. App.)

318
2.-Appeal, escaped criminal may not maintain, from
conviction. People v. Redinger (Cal. S. C).

332
3.- Assault and manslaughter; constitutional law

former conviction. State of Maine v. Littlefield
(Me. S. C)......

318
4.-Attempt, solicitation to another to commit crime,
not. Stablier v. Comm. (Penn. S. C.).

458
5.-Attempt to steal, indictment need not specify
articles. State v. Utley (N. C. S. C.)...

276
6.-Bigamy; presumption of death from absence. Hull
v. Texas (Tex, App.)

38
7.- Confession not proof of corpus delicti. Priest v.
State (Neb. S. C.).

338
8.- Conspiracy; to make liable, party must consent to

criminal act; no implied assent ; unlawful act not

of dangerous character. Lamb v. People (III. S. C.). 418
9.-Constitutional law; right of trial by jury in vicipage.
Swart v. Kimball (Mich. s. C.)

97
10.- Counsel, right of public prosecutor to be assisted

by; evidence ; testimony of deceased witness admis-
sible. State y.Wilson (Kans. S. C.)

499
11.-- Cumulative sentences, power of court to pass.
Castro v. Queen (Eng. App.)..

448
12.- Evidence; conversations accompanying acts proved
admissible. Mack v. State (H'is. S. C.)

75
13.- Evidence ; dying declarations; hope of recovery

renders incompetent. People v. Hodgdon (Cal.
S. C.)

275
14.- Evidence ; intoxication may be shown in order to

determine degree of crime. Willis v. Commissioner
(Va. S. C.)

176
15.- Evidence; larceny; charge to jury; expressing opin-

ion as to guilt. Henze v. People (N. Y. App.)... 433
16.- False pretenses ; evidence; intent; proof of other

acts of like character, when admissible. Trogden v.
Commissioners (Va. S. C.) ..

138
17. - False pretenses; one falsly representing himself to

be a" store-keeper" and obtaining goods is guilty
of, Higler v. People (Mich. S. C.)

314

PAGE.

DELIVERY. What does not constitute; ungathered
crop. Bailey v. Long (Kans. S. C.).....

See Vendor and Purchaser.
DEVISE. See Will.
DISBARMENT. See Attorney; Slander and Libel.
DIVORCE. In another State followed by marriage;

estoppel; acquiescence. Loud v. Loud (Mass. S.C.), 235
2.- Foreign; domicile; conflict of law. Briggs vi
Briggs (Eng. Pro. D.)....

213
3.-Wife leaving husband because he gambles, not de-
sertion. Sandford v. Sandford (N. J. Ch.)

518
See Conflict of Law; Contempt.
DOGS. See Constitutional Law.
DOMICILE. See Conflict of Law; Divorce; Insur.

ance, Life.
DOWER. See Insurance, Fire.
DURESS. See Contract.
DYING DECLARATIONS See Criminal Law.

CRIMINAL LAW-Continued.

PAGE.
18.- Felonies under Federal laws, what are. United
States v. Coppersmith (U.S.C. C., Tenn.)...

250
19. - Forgery; alteration of memorandum indorsed by

holder of note. State of Iowa v. Davis (Iowa S. C.). 98
20.- Forgery; evidence; intent to defraud person named

must be proven įtlight not evidence of guilt. Fox
v. People (III. S. C.)...

218
21. — Forgery; material alteration constitutes. Com-
monwealth v. Boutwell (Mass. S. C.).

296
22.- Former judgment, what is not, so as to bar new
trial. Smith v. State (N. J. Err. and App.).

218
23.- Grand jury; irregularity in drawing juror does not

vitiate acts of jury; statutory construction. United
States v. Ambrose (U.S. C. C., Ohio)

318
24.-Grand jury; objection to competency of juror;

when it will and when it will not be. State of Con.
necticut v. Hamlin (Conn. S. C.)

458
25.- Indecent assault on child; consent. Regina v.
Roadley (Eng.).....

98
26.- Infanticide, sex of child need not be stated in
indictment. State v. Morrissey (Me. S. C.).

276
27.- Intent; when not necessary to prove it. Halsted
v. State (N. J. Ct. of E.)...

176
28.- Joinder of offenses ; thief and receiver of stolen

goods may be indicted together. Commonwealth
v. Darling (Mass. S. C.)....

235
29.- Larceny ; to be principal must be concerned in
original taking. Cohea v. State (Tex. App.)

418
30 - Larceny; money delivered by mistake and appro-

priated is. Ducker v. State (Oregon S. C.).... 182
31.-Larceny by bailee : purchaser under contract of

sale or return not bailee. Krause v. Comm. (Penn.
8. C.)

357
32.- Larceny: selling a horse and winning purchase-

money back at cards; former owner taking posses-
sion of horse is guilty of theft. Matthews v. Stato
(Tex. App.).....

303
33. - Liquor, unlawfully selling, what complaint for must

aver; pleading Rhode Island v. Hines (R. I. S. C.) 237
34.-Malicious destruction of wife's property by hus-

band ; husband and wife ; statutory construction.
State of New Jersey v. Nugent (N. J. Sess.).

411
35.--Perjury; evidence; testimony of two witnesses
necessary to convict. Williams y. Comm. (Penn.

418
36. --Practice; when criminal prosecution commences:

removal of cause. State v. Post (U.S. C. C., Ga.). 318
37.-Perjury; sentence of penal servitude may be inflicted

for, without any other punishment. Castro v. Queen
(Eng. App.).

448
38. ---Pleading; indictment; variance; word"larcey” for

"larceny;" idem 80ndns. People v. St. Clair (Cal.
S. C.).

499
39. --Receiving stolen goods; married woman may be

convicted when active in crime ; joint indictment of
husband and wife; presumption from possession.
Goldstein v. People (N. Y. App.)

415
40. --Sabbath breaking; corporation may be indicted for.
State v. Balt. & O. R. R. Co. (W. Vá. S. C.)...

38
41.–Trial; acquittal cannot be set aside or reviewed.
Maryland v. Shields (Md. App.).....

98
42.-Trial; charges as to weight of evidence; error.
McKenna v. People (N. Y. App.)..

15
43.–Trial; joint assessment of punishment against joint

offenders invalid. Flynn v. State (Tex. App.) 357
44.-Trial ; jury taking weapon causing homicide with

them error; evidence; foot-prints. Bouldin v. State
(Tex. App.)...

237
45.-Trial; privy verdict not allowable. Longfellow v.
State (Neb. 8. C.)...

76
46. -Warrant, not describing accused invalid to protect
officer. Harwood v. Siphers (Me. S. C.)...

358
47.-Witness; husband and wife not required to testify

against each other as witnesses for prosecution.
Byrd v. State (Miss. S. C.)..

443
48.-Witness; not disqualified by failure to obey order

of exclusion from court room. Hey v. Comm. (Va.
App.).

2776
See Removal of Causes.
CROPS. See Delivery.
CUMULATIVE SENTENCES. See Criminal Law.

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EASEMENTS. How acquired; use having origin in
parol. Jewett v. Hussey (Me. S. C.)..,

175
2.- Access of air to slaughter-house. Hall v. Litchfield
Brewery Co. (Eng. Ch.D.(.

519
3.-0f right of way by prescription; what notice re-

quired; evidence of actual notice; notice to agent.
Ward v. Warren (N. Y. App.).

See Right of Way.
EDITOR See slander and Libel.
EJECTMENT. Execution of writ; land lying be-

tween houses in close proximity. Falvey v. Elliott

(Bull. S. C.)
2.- Devisee may bring, before probate of will. Rich.
ards v. Pierce (Mich. S. C.)...

See Adverse Possession.
ELECTION. Constitutional law; registration law,

when unconstitutional. Dells v. Kennedy (Wis. S.
C.),

43
EMINENT DOMAIN. Diversion of private water-

course by city for purpose of general drainage not
an exercise of the right of. Assessment; cloud on
title ; illegal tax paid under compulsion. Murphey

v. Mayor (Del. App.)..
2.- Railroad in street; liability to abutting owner;

measure of damages, Central Br. Un. P. R. R. Co.
v. Twine (Kans. S. C.)

74
See Constitutional Law ; Riparian Rights.
EQUITABLE ACTION. See Action.
ESCHEAT. What steps necessary for State to secure
title; estoppel. Reid v. State (Ind. S. C.).....

94
ESTOPPEL. See Corporations : Divorce ; Excheat:

Executor ; Former Adjudication : Married Woman,

Negotiable Instruments; Suretyship; Usury.
EVICTION. Damages upon, of tenant; breach of

contract. Stenbeck v. Latta ( Buff. S. C.)......
EVIDENCE. Of age and nativity; report of official

committee. Ctursla v. Frieccia (Eng. H. of L.)......
2.- Exception to testimony offered in gross, not good if

any of testimony competent Board of Education

v. Keenan (Cal. S. C.)....
3.- Expert, Roman Catholic priest as an, on mental

condition. Toomes' Estate (Cal. S. C.)
4.- Medical works on insanity may be read to jury by

counsel for the accused, on the question of his in-

sanity State v. Iloyt (Conn. S. C.)
5.- Of value; when admissible; existence of contract:

joint debtors; declarations by one do not bind

others. Wallis v. Randall (N. Y. App.).....
6.- Of value of goods converted ; when price at actual

sale not. Flanagan v. Maddin (N. Y. App.)...
7.- Action for seduction; when female may be ques-

tioned as to illicit intercourse with others. Smith

v. Garagan (Ind. S. C.)
8. - Secondary ; sworn copy of paper outside of jurisdic-

tion competent. Fisher y. Green (Ill. S. C.)..
9-- Res gesto; declarations of employee, when admissi-

ble. O'Connor V. Chicago, M. & St, P. R. Co.

(Minn. S. C.)....
10.- Witness, competency of, in Federal courts; when

determined by State law and when not. Pottery

Third Nat. Bank (U.S.S. C.).
11.- Interest of witness; may not be shown by admis-

sions. Erickson v. Bell (Iowa S. C.)
See Attorney; Bastardy; Conflict of Law ; Criminal

Conversation ; Criminal Law; Insurance, Life, S;
Marriage; Municipal Corporations ; Negligence;
Pleading; Practice; Sale; Slander and Libel;

Usage ; Will, Witness,
EXCISE. License to persons not keeping inns. Peo-

ple v. Morrison (N. Y. S. C.)....
EXECUTOR. Admission of assets in plea con-

cludes; estoppel; practice. Kennedy v. "Crasswell

(U.S. S. C.)....
2.- Payment to one or several, discharges debt due
estate. Stone v. Union Sav. Bank (R. I. S. C.)

Seo Pleading.

54

17

116

DAMAGES. Measure of, in action for waste for min-

ing coal. Franklin Coal Co. v. McMillan (Md.)....... 2
See Adverse Possession; Eminent Domain ; Eviction ;

Municipal Corporations ; Slander.
DEBTOR AND CREDITOR. Lien of creditor

on money loaned in his hands. Dougherty v. Cen-
tral Nat. Bank (Penn. S. C.).....

338
3.-Duty of creditor as to collateral security. Colquitt
v. Stultz (Ga. S. C.)

436
DEED. Delivery of, to third person for use of grantee;

when effective : when question for jury. Jones v.
Swayze (N. J. S. C.)....

517
2.-Lunatic, from committee of ; execution. Lawrie
v. Lees (Eng. App.)...

98
See Contract; Lunatic; Married Womiin; Minor ; Mu-

nicipal Corporations.
DEFENSE. See Negotiable Instruments; Usury.

210

HUSBAND AND WIFE - Continued

PAGE.
7.-Liability of husband for repairs on wife's house.
Ross v. Janes (Buff. S. C.)...

97
8.--Valid mortgage by wiso rendered invalid by forgery

of note it was given to secure; jurisdiction. Mers-
man v. Werges (U. S. C. C., Iowal..

316
9.-Replevin does not lie between. Hobbs v. Hobbs (Me.
S. C.).

135
See Contract; Conveyance; Criminal Conversation;

Criminal Law; Married Woman; Mechanics' Lien;
Recording Acts; Set-off.

PAGE.
EXECUTION. Oficer's return on, conclusive until

directly impeached. Barrows v. National Rubber
Co. (R. I. s. C.)....

274
EXEMPTION. Attachment ; sewing-inachines and

piano are household furniture, and exempt from.
Van Storck v. Winslow (R. I. S. C.)

202
2.- Execution ; unfinished burial cases; debtor's right

to exemption not waived by neglect to claim it. Mc-
Abe v. Thompson (Minn. S. C.).

262
EXPERT. See Evidence.
EXTRADITION. Detention of extradited pris.

oner under civil process; "offense," what is, within
meaning of act; contempt. Pooley v. Whetham
(Eng. App.)......

470
2.- Inter-State; duty of executive of whom fugitive is

demanded. State of North Carolina v. Perry (D.C.
S. C.)

513
FALSE PRETENSES. See Criminal Law.
FELONY. See Criminal Law.
FIDUCIARY DEBT. See Bankruptcy.
FISHERIES. See Constitutional Law.
FIXTURES: Erected by one in possession under

contract of purchase. Hinkley & E. Iron Co. v.
Black (Me. S. C.)

1:5
2.--When machinery in factory is, as between vendor
and vendee. Shelton v. Ficklin (Va. S. C.)

115
See Real Estate.
FORECLOSURE. Defendant cannot set up para-
mount title. Yerks v. Roots (Buff. S. C.)...

97
2.-Rights of mortgagees as to sale of parcels. Bern-
hardt v. Lymburner (Buff. S. C.)..

97
See Corporations; Former Adjudication.
FOREIGN JUDGMENT. See Contract.
FORGERY. See Criminal Lau.
FORMER ADJUDICATION. Action by pledgee

of mortgage to foreclose ; payment of judgment by
owner of mortgage restores his right to foreclose.

Dougherty v. Remington Paper Co. (N. Y. App.)..... 273
2.- What does and what does not constitute; estoppel.
Radford v. Folsom (U. S. D. C., Mich.,.....

295
FRANCHISE. What is; right of railroad company

to lay track through city; right need not be exclu-
sive, but must be from sovereign power. Chicago &
W. Ind. R. R. Co. v. Dunbar (Ill. S. C).

355
2.-Does not include immunity from taxation; rail-

road. East Tenn., Va. & Ga. R. R. Co. v. Hamblin
Co. (U. S. C.)......

516
FRAUD. “ Catching hargains ; loaning of money on

expectation." Nevill v. Snelling (Eng. Ch. D).
See Attorney ; Conveyance; Negotiable Instruments.

... 503

GAMBLING. Statutory construction; poker not

game like faro, keno, etc. Nuckolls v. Comm. (Va.
S. C.)

163
GIFT. Causa mortis ; of check; of bills of exchange.
Re Mead Austin v. Mead (Eng. Ch. D ).

338
2.-Of notes to take effect at death of donor. Merri.
wether v. Morrison (Ky. App.).

463
See Will
GUARANTY. Conditional; necessity of notice of

acceptance; when not transferable. King v. Batter-
son (R. I. S. C.)..

203
GUARDIANSHIP. Court must have jurisdiction ;

what does not constitute jurisdiction ; infant sur-
reptitiously brought into State. In the Matter of

Guardianship of Hubbard Infants (N. Y. App.) .... 315
GRAND JURY. Statutory construction; irregular-

ity in drawing juror does not vitiate acts of jury.
United States v. Ambrose (U.S. C. C., Ohio)....... 318

See Criminal Law,
HIGHWAY. Alley in city not. Bagley v. People
(Mich. S. C.)..

95
2.- Dedication to use for specified persons not dedica-

tion to public. Talbott v. Richmond & D. R. R. Co.
(Va. S. C.)...

57
HOMESTEAD. May be in building upon leased

ground; use of part of premises for business pur-

poses. Hogan v. Manners (Kans. S. C.)..........
HUSBAND AND WIFE. Action of assumpsit not

maintainable between. Hobbs v. Hobbs (Me. S. C.), 73
2.-Contract hy wife before marriage; non-responsibil-

ity of husband. Biery v. Ziegler (Penn. S. C.). 398
3.-Clothing furnished by husband does not become
separate estate. Pratt v. State (Ohio S. C.)....

144
4.-Conveyance of land to them makes them tenants in
entirety. Marburg v. Cole (Md. App.)....

59
5.-Authority to pledge credit during cohabitation;

necessaries; revocation of implied authority. Deben.
ham v. Mellor (Eng. App.).....

436
6.–That a wife living with her husband is authorized

to pledge his credit for articles suitable to her
station is a presumption of fact and may be rebutted
by evidence. Debenham v. Mellor (Eng. App.)...... 91

ICE. See Negligence.
INDIANA. See Constitutional Amendments.
INDICTMENT. See Criminal Law.
INFANT. See Guardianship: Marriage; Married

Woman; Parent and Chill; Pleading.
INFANTICIDE. See Criminal Law.
INJUNCTION. May be issued in one equitable action

to restrain another in same court. Mann v. Flower
(Minn. S. C).....

136
2.-of publication injurious to trade ; jurisdiction.
Croft v. Richardson (N. Y. S. C.).

152
3.-Publication injurious to trade; not necessary to
Phomas u. Williams (Eng. ch. D):
actual damage in an action to restrain.

419
4.- Publication and circulation of a libel ; patent laws.
Bell v. Singer Mfg. Co. (Ga. S. C.)....

436
5.-Street railroad, preliminary injunction to prevent,

from running cars on rails made, without having
compensated owners of the fee, etc. Buffalo City
Cemetery v. Buffalo E. S. S. R. Co. (Buff. S. C.)..... 156

See Practice.
INSANITY. Of widow excuses laches in dissenting
from husband's will. Wright v. West (Tenn. S. C.).. 123

See Evidence.
INSOLVENCY. Rights of creditor secured by lien.
Petition of Knowles (R. I. S. C.)...

317
See Partnership.
INSURANCE, FIRE. Action by insurer against

one negligently causing fire; joinder of parties.

Swarthout v. Chicago & N. W. R. R. Co. (Wis. S. C.), 256
2. Contract between insured and mutual company may

be cancelled and note surrendered by agreement of

parties. Acker, Rec'r, v. Hite (Penn. S. C.)... 357
3.- Policy a contract of indemnity only. Darrell v.
Tibbetts (Eng. App.)...

257
4-Agent, authority of; non-payment of premium;

waiver. Critchett v. American Ins. Co. (Iowa 8. C ), 137
5.-Concealment; stipulation against; fraud; articles

not concealed and actually destroyed, company

liable for Austrian case.
6.-Insurance of goods sold but not delivered; insur-

ance for another's benefit. Reitenbach v. Johnson
(Mass. S. C.).

375
7.-Dower, inchoate right of, not an incumbrance

avoiding policy. Southern Mut. Ins. Co. v. Kloeber
(Va. S. C.).....

118
8.--Conditions as to incumbrances; waiver by examin-

ation of insured. Titus v. Glen's Falls Ins. Co. (N.Y.
App.)...

173
9.-Ownership of money for insurance as between ven-

dor and purchaser. Rayner v. Preston (Eng. Ch. D.) 339
10.-" Riot, what constitutes. Lycoming Ins. Co. v.
Schwenk (Penn S. C.).

403
11.-Loss after premium paid, but before issue of policy;

equity may enforce payment; misrepresentation;
title : notice of loss. Woody v. Old Dominion Ins.
Co. (Va. S. .)

138
12.-Total loss, what is. Williams v. Hartford F. Ins. Co.
(Cal. S. C.)....

256
13.- Payable

to mortgagee ; not defeated by mortgagor's
subsequent act. Black v. Nat'l Ins Co. (L. Can).... 123
14.--Over valuation without wrongful intent, in proof

of loss, does not avoid policy. Dogge v. Northwest-
ern Nat. Ins. Co. (Wis. S. C.).

118
15.-Vacancy of dwelling, temporary absence of family

not. Stupetzki v. Transatlantic F. Ins. Co. (Mich.
S.C.)....

256
16.-Vacancy, condition against: school-house; vaca-

tion. American Ins. Co. v. Foster (Ill. S. C.). 164
17.-Waiver of condition; what is not. Farmers' F.
Ins. Co. v. Mispelhorn (Md. App.)

118
18.- Warranty, breach of, not defense in action on;

compromise of loss; misrepresentations as to owner:

ship. Stache v. St. Paul F. & M. Ins. Co. (Wis. S. C.) 37
INSURANCE, LIFE. Accident ; death by drown-

ing induced by epileptic fit. Winspear v. Accident
Ins. Co. (Eng. Ex. D.)

223
2.- For benefit of child'; construed to include grand-

child ; stipulation in policy contravening charter of
company ; life policy construed like a will. Duvall
v. Goodson (Ky: App.)

479
3.- Domicile of insurance company from another State

complying with State laws as to business. Cowardin
v. Universal Life Ins. Co (Va. S. C.)

37
4.- Evidence; condition against future intemperance ;

habitual drunkard, Odd Fellows Mut. Life Ins. Co. v.
Rohkopp (Penn. S. C.)..

82

PAGE
LIEN. See Attorney: Carrier of Goods ; Debtor and

Creditor ; Insolvency; Maritime Law.
LIMITATIONS. See Statute of Limitations.
LOTTERY. See Constitutional Law.
LUNATIC Deed of, when avoided; ratification;

when contract held valid. Crawford v. Scovell
(Penn. B. C.).

See Deed; Statutory Construction.

INSURANCE, LIFE-Continued.

PAGE.
5. – Forfeitures by failure to pay premium when due ;

reluctance of courts to enforce forfeitures. Sea-
mans v. North W. Mutual Life Ins. Co. (U. S. C. C.,
Minn.)

339
6.- Insolvent company; non-payment of premiums.

Matter of Attorney-General v. Guardian Mutual Life
Ins. Co. (N. Y. App.)

393
7.-Insolvent company; right of receiver to appear in

proceedings to determine priorities; constitutional
law; obligation of contract; registered policies ;
annuities; computation of value; forfeitures ; un-
conscionable agreement; usury. Matter of Attor-
ney-General v. N. A. L. Ins. Co. (N. Y. App.)

394
8.- Non-payment of premium invalidating policy. Gid-

dings v. Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. (U. S.
S. C.)...

455
9.- Vested interest of beneficiary in policy. Ricker v.
Charter Oak Life Ins. Co. (Minn. S. C.)..

479
See Benevolent Societies.
INSURANCE, MARINE. Unseaworthy ship; what

constitutes. Lawton v. Royal Canadian Ins. Co.
(Wis. S. C.)

357
See Statutes of Frauds.
INTENT. Criminal Law.
INTEREST. On mortgage after due not at contract

but at usual rate. Goodchap v. Roberts (Eng. App.). 218
2.-- When at contract rate after due. Union Inst. for
Sav. v. Boston (Mass. S.C.)...

355
See Notice ; Usury.
INTERLINEATION. See Alteration.
INTOXICATION. See Criminal Law.

JOINDER. In actions for tort ; release of one party

when not release of others. Ellis v. Essau (Wis.
S. C.).

339
2.- Judgment in joint action for tort not divisible.
McCool v. Mahoney (Cal. S. C.).

57
See Criminal Law ; Insurance, Fire.
JUDGMENT. Founded upon illegal contract, va-
cating of Bredier v. Dorsey (Penn. S. C.)...

431
2.- Of justice's court; cost beyond statutory limit
vitiates. Kunz v. Ech hert (Bufr. S. C.).

115
3.- Of justice of'the peace cannot be upheld by mere in-

tendment. Chappell v. Truscott (Buff. S. C.). 115
See Conflict of Laws; Criminal Law; Joinder; Ju-

risdiction; Practice.
JURISDICTION. Admiralty; collisions on Ohio

river; Federal question. Schoonmaker v. Gilmore
(U. S.S. C.)

434
2.-Circuit Courts, suit brought hy assignee of munici-

pal bond; acknowledgment of indebtedness. Porter
V. Jonesville (U. S. C. C., Wis.)....

435
3.-Federal court; suit founded on contract in favor of

an assignee when Circuit Court has no jurisdiction.
Stanley v. Supervisors (U.S.C. C, N. Y.)....

441
4.-Of Federal courts over suits by States. New Orleans
M. & T. R. R. Co. v. State (U. S. S. C.).

489
5.-of Federal courts not c nferable by consent of

parties, removal of cause from State court depend-
ent upon subject-matter. People's Bank of Belle-
ville v. Winslow (U.S.S. C.).

434
6 -Foreign judgment on substituted service. Shepard
V. Wright (N. Y. S. C.)

302
7.-State courts have, of actions in personam for mari-

time torts. Brown y. Gilmore (Penn. S. C.)... ... 338
8.-Service of process; railroad company of one State

leasing railroad in another, not citizen of latter
State. Brownell v. Troy & B. R. R. Co. (U. S. C. C.,
Vt.)

497
See Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law; Guard-
ianship; Injunction; Maritime Law; National Banks;

Practice ; Waiver.
JUROR. Ignorance of English as affecting qualifica-
tion of. Town of Trinidad v. Simpson (Colo. S. C.).. 409

See Criminal Law.
JURY Must understand English. McCampbell v.
State (Tex. App ).

103
See Grand Jury.
JUSTICES' COURTS. Misjoinder of defendants.
Haminer v. Knell (Buff. S. C.).

97
See Judgment.
JUSTICE OF PEACE. See Judgment.

MALICIOUS PROSECUTION. Ground of; what

must be shown; failure of prosecution. Thaule v.
Krekeler (N. Y. App.).....

114
MANDAMUS. Will not lie against executive of State.

Western R. R. Co. v. DeGrail (Minn, S. C.)..
2.-Will líe against town board of audit to compel spe-

cific examination of claim. People ex rel. Thurston
v. Board of Town Auditors (N. Y. App.)

978
See Religious Society.
MANSLAUGHTER. See Criminal Law.
MAILS. Obstructing passage of; railroad train wrong.

fully passing over defendants' land; statutory con-
struction. United States v. De Mott (Com. Ct.,
N. J.).......

283
MARINE INSURANCE. See Insurance, Marine.
MARITIME LAW. Contract for repair of vessel:

admiralty jurisdiction. Town of Pelham v. Schooner
(U.S. D. C..N. Y.)........

316
2.- Bill of lading; for what goods owners of vessels re-

sponsible; authority of master; nature of instru.
ment; contradicting by parol. Witzler v. Collins
(Me S. C.).....

135
3.-Bottomry bond; collision; order of liens. Force v.
Pride of the Ocean (U. S. D. C., N. Y )

216
4.-Carrier of goods; stoppage in transitu. Ex parte Falk;
Re Keill (Eng. App.)....

257
5.- Charter of inortgaged ship. The Fanchon (Eng. Pro.
& Adm. D.)....

77
6.--Contract to furnish sails to vessels building; fur.

nished after launching, a land contract and lien
under State law valid. Wilson v. Lawrence (N. Y.

App.)..
7.-Duty of ship-owner to return mariner to port of ship-

ment. Worth v. Steamboat (U. S. D. C., Mo.).
8.-General average, subject of. Atwood v. Sellar (Eng.
App.).

219
9.-Jurisdiction of admiralty as to crew of foreign ves-
sel. Amalia, The (U. S. D. C., Me.)

498
10.-Liability for loss of cargo; deviation from course to

save property. Scaramanga v. Stamp (Eng. App.). 3:9
11.-Rule in case of collision. Shepherd v. Clara (U.S.
S. C.)....

497
12.-Sunday, seamen can be required to work on. Smith
v. Schooner (U. S. D. C., Peon.)

274
See Jurisdiction; Sunday.
MARRIAGE Action for breach of promise; con-

sanguinity; nephew and aunt; conflict of law.

Campbell v. Crampton (U. S. C. C., N. Y.).... 403
2.- Breach of promise; infant; ratiÖcation or fresh

promise. Ditchain v. Worrall (Eng. C. P. D.). 419
3. -- Ante-nuptial settlement as against creditors ; con-

sideration. Nat. Exchange Bank v. Watson (R. I.

S. C.)......
4.- Contract of, before witnesses without ceremonial

provided in statute, when no marriage. Common-
wealth v. Munson (Mass. S. C.)..

301
5.- Oral contract made before witnesses in foreiga

countries, and on ship crossing English channel ;
adıninistration and succession; conflict of law (N.
Y. App.)........

301
6.- By divorced party in another State. Kerrison v.

Kerrison (N. Y. Spec. Term)..
7.-Verba vie futuro and cohabitation do not constitute.
Hebblethwaite v. Hepworth (III. S. C.)....

303
8.- Validity of foreign : proof of handwriting ; proof

of foreign law; presumptions; evidence. Hynes v.
McDermott (N. Y. App.)

367
See Conveyance.
MARRIED WOMAN. Debt of a married wo-

man, which she is not bound to pay, will prove a suffi-
cient consideration to support an obligation under
seal, by a third person, to pay it. Leonard v. Duffin
(Penn. S. C.)

398
2.-- Deed by; cannot be contradicted by parol. Ætna
Life Ins Co. v. Franks (Iowa S. C.)...

117
3.- Disaffirmance of contracts made by, when infant;

when need not be during coverture : estoppel ; in-

fant not bound by. Sims v. Everhardt (U. S. S. C.), 455
4.- Not liable for improvements to separate property

made on husband's credit. Holmes v. Bronson (Mich.
S. C.).....

198
5.- Divested of title to real estate only in statutory

mode ; estoppel. Innis v. Templeton (Pepn. S. C.).

502

LARCENY. See Criminal Law.
LEASE. Covenant to pay taxes and assessments ;

what is an assessment. Budd v. Marshall (Eng.
App.).....

257
2 --Covenant as to use of premises waiver by accept-
ing rent. Griffin v. Tompkins (Eng. Q. B. D.)

38
LEGACY. See Will.
LEGITIMACY. See Conflict of Luw ; Criminal Con-

verxation.
LIBEL. See Slander ana Libel.
LICENSE. See Ercise ; Patent.

303, 377

6.- May be entitled to compensation for services per-

formed in husband's family. Mason v. Dunbar (Mich.

S. C.)..
See Acknowledgment ; Criminal Law; Statute of Lim-

itations.

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