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CREDITORS' SUIT,
right of creditor to maintain creditors' bill to set
aside fraudulent transfer of debtor's property,

172.
CRIMINAL EVIDENCE. See also EVIDENCE.
improper inducements and promises invalidating

confession as evidence, 90.
admission of confessions as evidence in criminal

prosecutions, 91.
dying declarations must be made in hopeless ex.

pectation of impending death, 123.
testimony and confessions before the grand jury,

164.
evidence of intimacy, in cases of adultery, prior

and subsequent to the offense charged, 245.
CRIMINAL LAW.

hypnotism as an excuse for crime, 115.
liability of counties for lynchings under statute,

202.
indictment against Earl Russell, 203.
criminal liability of those who incite others to

deeds of violence, 241.
obtaining money under the exertion of religious

influences, 242.
suggestions for the suppression of crime and treat-

ment of criminals, 261.
cruel and unusual punishments, 461.

criminal liability of corporations in England, 489.
CRIMINAL TRIAL,

the probation system for the trial and custody of

minor criminals, 121.
motion for change of venue in criminal cases, 324.

improper remarks of trial judge, 402.
DAMAGES,
distinction between liquidated damages and a pen.

alty, 183.
damages recoverable for mental suffering, 470.
DEATH BY WRONGFUL ACT,
right of action for wrongful death of unborn child,

382.
DEFINITION,

the meaning of 'humph," 156.
DEPOSIT,

deposit of share certificates-right of foreclosure,

EXEMPTIONS,
"family expense statutes" destroying exemption

of heads of famllies against creditors furnishing

necessaries, 222.
EXTRADITION,
interstate extradition of fugitives from justice-

rights of governor to refuse writ, 421.
FACTORS AND BROKERS,

rights of real estate broker to commission, 342.
FALSE PRETENSES,

obtaining money under the exertion of religious

influences, 242.
FEDERAL COURTS,

federal common law, 44.
removal of causes because of diverse citizenship,

103.
FEDERAL JURISDICTION.
separable controversy as a condition of federal

jurisdiction, 169.
FIRE INSURANCE,

effect of statutes fixing the face of a policy of in-

surance as a liquidated demand, 106.

constitutionality of anti-compact law9, 303.
FIXTURES,

tapestries affixed to wall by tenant for life, 182.
FORBEARANCE,
forbearance as a valuable consideration to support

a contract, 10.
FORGERY,
proof of other forgeries to establish forgery of

note sued on, 324.
FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES,

deed from husband to wife, 102.
creditors' bill to enforce judgment on land fraudu-
lently conveyed, 170.
promise to make deed in consideration of mar.

riage, 447.
GAMING,

validity of contracts for future delivery as gam-

bling contracts, 61.
recovery on loan for gambling, 428.

validity of loans for gambling purposes, 431.
GIFTS,

validity of gift of wife to hugband under married

women's acts, 104.
distinction between gifts causa mortis and inter

tiros, 121.
GRAND JURY,

testimony and confessions before grand jury as

evidence, 164.
request that indictment be preferred at next seg.

gion, 203.
HIGHWAYS,

reasons and scope of municipal liability for defect.

ive highways, 123.
duty to keep in repair belongs to city and cannot

be shifted, 125.
special taxation of abutting property for street

improvements an infringement of property
rights, 261.
validity of assessments for street improvements

when in substantial excess of benefits, 281.
owner of ditch on public highway must keep it

safe, 468.
HOMESTEAD,
temporary change of residence as affecting home-

otagd 22

DIVORCE,
uniform federal legislation on the subject of di.

vorce, 21.
abstention by a hugband from the exercise of bis
marital rights constituting matrimonial deser.

tion, 41.
right of wife's attorneys to recover compensation

from the husband. 103.

a unique divorce petition, 488.
ELECTRICITY,

right of municipality to arbitrarily order the re.

moval of poles and wires, 282.
EQUITY,

right of creditor to maintain creditors' bill to en.
force judgment on land fraudulently conveyed,

170.
general rule as to venue in chancery, 403.
ESTOPPEL,

estoppel as a species of contract, 207.
EVIDENCE. See also CRIMINAL EVIDENCE.

life tables as evidence, 42.
declarations of adopted father as to illegitimate

child's relationship is within the pedigree excep.

AR

HOSPITALS,

LABOR,
liability of city hospitals for negligence, 63.

application of the "alien contract labor laws" of
llability of privately endowed charity hospitals

the United States, 363.
for negligence causing personal injuries or does the United States constitution inbibit state
death, 226.

laws limiting hours of private daily employment,
HUMORS OF THE LAW, 58, 73, 94, 135, 175, 216, 275, 295,

384.
313, 333, 353, 414, 451, 471.

LABORATORIES,
HUSBAND AND WIFE,

psycho physical laboratories, 321.
abstention by a husband from the exercise of his | LANDLORD AND TENANT,
marital rights constituting matrimonial deger. liability of landlord for detective condition of
tion, 4.

premises, 246.
gift of wife to husband under married women's failure of "cropper" tenant to comply with con-
acts, 104.

tract, 302.
validity of agreements for separation, 146.

LARCENY,
construction of "family expense statutes" destroy.

Tarceny by keeping what was innocently gotten,
ing the exemption of heads of families against

460.
creditors furnishing necessaries, 222.
duty of wlte to follow domicile or husband, 264. LAW AND LAWYERS,
liability of husband for crime of the wife, 323.

literature and the bar, 33.
effect of married women's acts on wife's con. the lawyers' vacation, 115.
tract, 441.

large fees to great lawyers, 115.
secret conveyances by wife or husband in contem-

twenty fourth annual meeting of the American Bar
plation of marriage, 449.

Association, 141.
HYPNOTISM,

women as lawyers, 195, 273.
hypnotism as an excuse for crime, 115.

universal congress of lawyers, 195.

the altrinistic negligence case lawyer, 214.
ILLEGITIMACY,

some large fees of lawyers, 214.
recognition by putative father, 68.

statistics of lawyers in Iowa, 216.
IMMORALITY,

specialism in the law, 255.
suppression of immoral publications, 241.

a unique petition in a suit by a brass band for po.

litical services, 273.
INJUNCTION,

the bible in a lawyer's library, 293.
right to enjoin acts for which a criminal prosecu.

lawyer as poet, 373.
tion would lie, 301.

is it permissible for a lawyer to call a woman &
right to enjoin violation of personal and property

liar, 392.
rights, 301.

the law of China, 432.
right to injunction where there it a remedy at law,

"ambulance chasing" as an evil, 459.
342.

LAW BOOKS,
INSANE PERSONS,

an era in law publishing, 341.
insanity as a defense in cases of homicide, 205.

Book Reviews, Reports and Digests,
lunatic bankrupts, 351.

American Digest, Vol. 1900, B., 12.
INSPECTION,

American State Reports, Vol. 78, 53.
constitutionality of liquor inspection laws, 81.

Index Digest New York Appeals Reports, 93.

American Bankruptcy Reports, Vol. 5, 156.
INSURANCE. See LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE.

American State Reports, Vol. 79, 238; Vol. 80, 414.
recovery of compensation by agent for services

American Digest, Vol. 1901 A., 433.
performed without a license, 203.

Book Reviews, Text Books,
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT,

Collier on Civil Service, 53.
psycho-physical laboratories, 321.

Brandenburg on Bankruptcy, (2d Ed.), 135.
INTERNAL REVENUE,

Greene on the Tax Law of New York, 175.
changes in war revenue taxes, 52.

McCandless' Outline of the Law of Real Property

275.
INTOXICATING LIQUORS,

Hirsch's Tabulated Digest of Divorce Laws of the
constitutionality of statute authorizing the inspec.

United States, 275.
tion of malt liquors, 81.

Williams on Municipal Liability for Tort, 291.
seller's knowledge of buyer's intent to unlawfully

Burdick on Sales, 294.
resell, 182.

Hughes on Admiralty, 313.
IRRIGATION,

Harriman on Contracts, 313.
rights of riparian owners to the use of a stream for

Eaton on Equity, 333.
Irrigation purposes, 133.

Bates on Federal Equity Procedure, 353.
JUDGES,

Spelling on Extraordinary Remedies, 393.
justices with a bias, 215.

Waple's Parliamentary Practice, 393.
judicial precision -- a criticism, 441.

Abbott's Brief on the Facts, 451.
JUDGMENT,

Watson on 'Damages for Personal Injuries, 471.
assignment of part of judgment without debtor's Bishop's Directions and Forms, 490.
consent, 244.

LETTERS,
judgments on confession by warrant of attorney, damages for retention of lettere dellvered by mis.
371.

take, 323.
equitable assignment of judgment, 383,

.. I LIBEL AND SLANDER,
. . . Tictation to stenographer, 32,

non in cases of

LIFE ESTATES,

subrogation of life tenant paying mortgages

against remainder-man, 43.
LIFE INSURANCE,
misstatements and concealments in the applica.

tion, 23.
vested interest of beneficiary under a policy of life

ingurance, 184.
misrepresentations and warranties, 402.

child insurance and public policy, 441.
LIFE TABLES,

life tables as evidence, 42.
MAINTENANCE,

common-law doctrine of maintenance still in force

independent of statutory enactments, 41.
MARRIAGE, .
presumption of widow of 56 being past child-bear.

ing, 202.
secret conveyance by wife or husband in contem.

plation of marriage, 449.
MASTER AND SERVANT,

liability of master for acts of servant within the

scope of his employment, 82.
exception to rule of respondeat superior in cases

of negligence of servantg of charitable institu.
tions, 229.
liability of master for acts of ni-tempered over.

seer, 262.1
malicious interference of third person resulting in

discharge of servant, 381.

right of discharged servant to "clearance," 381.
MECHANICS' LIENS,

constitutionality of mechanics' lien law, 163.
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE,

hypnotism as an excuse for crime, 116.
MINES AND MINING,
value of mining property taken in payment for

capital stock of corporation, 343.
effect of judgment liens on un patented mining

claims, 362.
MISTAKE,

mutual mistake of law, 22.
MONOPOLIES,

contracts in restraint of trade, 343.
MORTGAGES,
right of foreclosure of share certificates on deposit,

2.
constitutionality of,taxation of mortgages, 41.
adverse possession of grantee under foreclosure

sale, 82.
right of mortgagee to foreclose after death of

mortgagor, 242.
venue in foreclosure suits, 403.
suit foreclosure a transitory proceeding, 403.
venue of sult involving mortgages in more than

one county, 407.
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS,
requiring continuous ringing of bell on street care,

an unreasonable ordinance, 23.
right to prohibit or restrict establishment of
cemeteries or right of, burial within certain

limits, 50.
llability for torty of city hospital, asylum or other

charitable institutions, 63.
reasons and scope of liability for defective high-

ways, 123.
duty to keep streets in repair belongs to city and

cannot be shifted, 125.
responsibility for defective streets is limited to

highways opened or in use, 126.
liability for nuisances on the highway and objects

NEGLIGENCE,

the non-liability 'of charitable and eleemosynary
institutions for negligence causing personal in-

juries or death, 224.
failure to ring bell origive other statutory signals

at crossing, as negligence per se, 243.
owner of ditch on public highway must keep it

safe, 468.
NEWSPAPERS,

publication of judicial proceedings constituting

contempt of court, 161.

suppression of immoral publications, 241,
NEW TRIAL,

remarks of counsel as) reversible error in civil

cases, 85.
objections apdjexceptions of, counsel to remark of

opponent, 66.
rulings and instructions of trial judge on improper

remarks of counsel, 86.
improper remarks of counsel not causing prejudice

will not reverse, 89.

reopening of case after judgment, 202.
NUISANCE,

the Chicago smoke nuisance ordinance as a regu.

lation of interstate commerce, 443.
forcible abatement of common nuisance by indi.

viduals, a misdemeanor, 485.
right;of individual to abate a nuisance, 487.
OHIO RIVER,
jurisdiction over'the main body of the Ohio river.

142.
OIL LANDS,

liability of owner of well draining oil from adjoin-

ing land, 122.
PARTITION,

title and interest conveyed by voluntary deeds in

partition, 322.
PARTNERSHIP,

discharge injbankruptcy of individual partners in

partnership proceedings, 42.
PENALTIES,

statute impoging individual liability on stock.

holders not a penalty, 165.
distinction between liquidated damages and a

penalty, 183.
PERSONAL INJURIES,
the non-liability of charitable and religious insti.

tutions for negligence causing personal injuries

or death, 224.
mental suffering as an element of damages, 468. "
PHOTOGRAPHS,

photographs of signatures as evidence, 322.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,

revocation of physician's license by state board, 3,
the licensing of physicians as a valid exercise of

the police power, 361.
validity of legislation regulating the practice or

medicine, 459.
PLEDGE,

procedure to foreclose by action, 25.
definition and application of the term, 25.

sale of pledge under/trust, 26.
POLICE POWER,

prohibition of burial within city limits, 48.
sumptuary legislation ander guise of the police

power, 221.
the licensing of physicians as a valid exeroise of

the police power, 361.
POOR FARME,

liability for torts, 65.
POSTMASTERS,

PRINCIPAL AND AGENT,

SUMPTUARY LAWS,
recovery of compensation by agent for services sumptuary legislation under guise of the police
performed without a license, 203.

power, 221.
PROBATION SYSTEM,

SURETIES AND SURETYSHIP,
the probation system for the trial and custody of contract of third person to Indemnify suretles
minor criminals, 121.

against loss on account of surety obligation, 101.
PSYCHO-PHYSICAL LABORATORY,

SURVIVORSHIP,
proposed psycho-physical laboratory under na.

distribution of proceeds of insurance policy, 184.
tional control, 61.

TAXATION,
QUARANTINE,

constitutionality of mortgage taxation, 41.
quarantine on recommendation of sanitary com-

change in war revenue taxes, 52.
mission presumed to be based on sufficient in.

seat in the New York stock exchange taxable ag
formation, 288.

personalty, 102.
exclusion of infected animals not a regulation of exemption of property used partly for religious
commerce, 288.

services and partly as a source of revenue, 183.
RAILROADS;

taxation of intangible personal property, 221.
liability for negligently killing dog, 243.

special taxation of abutting property for street im.
liability for not ringing bells or giving other statu.

provements an infringement of property rights,

261.
tory signals at crossings, 243.
legal status of the business of railroad ticket

taxation of personal property, 274.
"scalping," 372.

right of state to tax vessels registered in foreign

port, but operating in the taxing state, 282.
REAL ESTATE,

• taxation must be for a public purpose, 363.
right of real estate broker to commission, 342.

taxation of evidences of debt-a suggestion, 490.
REAL PROPERTY,

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONES,
damages resulting from injury to oil lands, 122.

liability of telegraph companies for error or delay
RECEIVERS,

in transmission or delivery, 4.
right of receiver to sue in a foreign jurisdiction, right of municipality to arbitrarily order the re-
201.

moval of poles and wires, 232.
right of receiver to sue'on subscription cancelled right of telephone company to erect poles and
by insolvent corporation, 244.

wires in a city under the general laws of a state,
liability of receiver of railroad as a common car-

232.
rier, 362.

right to limit liability, 283.
RELEASE,

pulations in telegraph blanks, 283.
consideration in case of personal injury, 481. . I. liability of telegraph companies for improper de
RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES,

liver of messages, 401.
liability of churches, missionary societies, etc.,

THREATS,
for negligence causing personai injuries or

maliciously injuring trade of another by threats,

101.
death, 224.

TORTS,
REMAINDERS,

torts of charitable institutions maintained by tax.
sale by parent as life tenant for reinvestment, 383.

ation, 62.
REMOVAL OF CAUSES,

TRADEMARKS, NAMES AND LABELS,
separable controversy as a condition of federal geographical names as trade labels, 101.
jurisdiction, 169.

TREASON,
REPLEVIN,

attempt to take the life of the president as trea.
right of joint owner in crops to replevy his co-ten.

son, 321.
ant's interest, 204.

TRIAL AND PROCEDURE,
llabllity of warehouseman for goods in his charge, value of oral argument, 81.
but held in custodia legis under writ of replevin, remarks of counsel as reversible error in civil
423.

cases, 85.
REVENUE. See INTERNAL REVENUE...

objections and exceptions of counsel to remarks of

opponent, 86.
RIPARIAN LANDS. See WATERS AND WATER a brief against the unanimity rule in jury trials,
COURSES.

173.
SALES,

the examination of witnesses, 174,
damages for breach where anticipatory notice of

re-opening of case after judgmont, 202.
breach was given by the buyer, 202.

justices with a blas, 215.
application of rule of caveat emptor where vendee

cross-examination of witnesses, 350.
has opportunity to inform himself, 281.

improper remarks of trial judge, 402.

instructions to the jury as to the effect of proof of a
SEPARATION,

witness' insanity upon his testimony, 479.
agreement to separate by busband and wife, 146.

TRUSTS AND TRUSTEES,
SHIPS AND SHIPPING,

construction of precatory trusts, 204.
merger of legal and equitable estates when legal

t.ction,

TELEGRAPH AAD ILLUDU! 0:44, 122.

lability of telegraph companies for error er det

in transiission or delivery, 4.
right of municipality to arbitrarily order to

moval of poles and wires, 23.
Cancelled right of telephone company to erret pois

wires in a city under tbe general law mon car

right to limit Ilability, 289.

pulations in telegraph blanks, 28 liability of telegraph companies for 10 SORTE

liver of messages, 40i. t ex, etc.,

THREATS,

mallclously injuring trade of another life pjuries or

101. TORTS,

torts of charitable institutions maintained lent, $83. ation, 62.

TRADEMARKS, NAMES AND LABELS, or tederal

geographical names as trade labels, 101. TREASON,

attempt to take the life of the presideste
> co-ten.

son, 321.
TRIAL AND PROCEDURE,

yalue of oral argument, 81.

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