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CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL,
ALEXANDER H. ROBBINS, Editor.
ST. LOUIS, MO.:
TABLE OF CASES.
This list includes only those cases commented upon editorially or in our Notes ol Important Decisons, or in full annotated. The abbreviation Ed., indicates editorially—R. D., cases commented upon in our Notes of Important Decisions; and ann.case, annotated case.
Adams v. Spencer (N.J.) Husband and Wire—Mar-
Adone v. Spencer (N. J.) Fraudulent Conveyances—
Alston v. Alston (Iowa) Illegitimacy—Recognition
Anderson v. Provident Life A Trust Company
Appleton v. Maxwell (N. Mex.) Loan for Gambling—
Atberton v. Atherton (U. 8. 8. C.) Uniform Federal
Audubon V. 9cbufeldt (U. S. 8. C.) Bankruptcy—Ali-
Barrett v. Mllllgan (Ind.) Constitutionality of Me-
Bassett v. Falrcblld (Cal.) Corporations—Officers-
Bayard, In re (N. Y.) Criminal Law—Cruel and Un-
Bent v. Underdown (Ind.) ;'Corporations-Liability of Stockholders on Unpaid Subscriptions for Stock, Kd. 181.
Black v. Mutual Life Association (Me.) License—Recovery of Compensation for Services Performed Without a License, R. D. 20.1.
Board of Railroad Com'rs of Slate of California v. Market St. Ry. Co. (Cal.) Street Railroads-1>c il nltion—Constitutional Interpretation, ann. case, 268.
Bontten v. Railroad (N. Car.) Release—Considerstion In Case of Personal Injury, R. D. 481.
Brinkley v. Brlnkley !(N. Car.) Fraudulent Conveyance—Promise In Consideration of Marriage, ann. case, 447.
Brown v. Smith (U. S. C. C , D. 8. Car.) Application
Butte Hardware Co. v. Frank (Mont.) Mines and
Chamberlain v. • Leland (Tex.) Homestead—Invest-
Citlzens'J National! Bank of Danville v. Forman's As-
Clark v. Campbell (Utah) Corporations -Dividends-
Clews v. Jamison r(U. 8. S. C.) Contracts for Future
Delivery, R. D. 81.
Cobnrn v. Railroad (La.) Carriers of Passengers-
Cohen v. Coheu (Tex.) Letters—Mistakes in Delivery
Cole v. Edwards (Teun.) Wills—Rents aud Profits
Commonwealth v. Mtarner l(Pa.) Insanity as a De-
Cooper v. Commonwealth (Ky.) Larceny by Keeping
Crlm v. Crlm (Mo.) Judgment—Confession—Power
Dodd v. Haln (Tex.) Divorce—Right of Wife's Attor-
Dodge iv. Township'(U. 8. C. 0. of App.) Taxation
Donaldo v. American Smelting 4 Refining Co. (N. J.)
Dougherty v. Connolly (X. J.) Wills—Life Tenant-
Dowd v. Dowd (Mich.) Criminal Law — Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses—Religious Influ j ence, R. D. 242.
Duncan Ex parte (Tex.) Criminal Law—ContemptAttorney—Invalid Order—Failure to Obey, ann. I case, 189.
Eagle v. Smylle (Mich.) Homestead—Voluntary Conveyance—Rights of Creditors, ann. case, S29.
Emory Mfg. Co. v. Smelting Works (Mass.) SalesAnticipatory Notice of Breach—Damages, R. D. 202.
Fidelity Mutual Life Association v. Jeffords (U. 8. C | C. of App.) Life Insurance — Misstatements and Concealments in the Application, R. D. 23.
j First National Bank v. Wisdom's Executors (Ky.) Evldence-l'notOKrapli of Signatures as Evidence, R. D. 322.