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CHICAGO LAW JOURNAL,
DIGESTS OF OVER FOUR HUNDRED LEADING CASES ADJUCATED
COURTS, AND IN THE SEVERAL STATE COURTS
OF LAST RESORT.
January 1, 1885, to January 1, 1886.
I. S. WACHOB,
CHICAGO LAW PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHERS,
Administ ator-Final settlement is conclusive adjudi
Agreement between Husband and Wife waiving right
Attachment-Sufficiency of affidavit-Amending.
Attorney-at-Law-Disbarment-Former conviction of
Contract to pay increase of interest in case of default
331 Guaranty-Collection of Debt-Liability of Guarantor
Service on the Debtor.....
Goods fraudule lyjobtained-Bona fide Purc: aser-
Hay Scales a Fixture-Cannot be Transfered as Per-
Homestead-Contract to Convey by Husband without
Highway-Dedi ation of Land-What constitutes a
Fire Insurance-Deceit by Agent and inserting false
Homestead-Absolutely Deed construed as a Mortgage
Instru tion-Railraods-Defective Fence.
51 Imprisonement for debt-B stardy procedings-Judg-
Husband and Wife-Mortgage
becomes v sted right..
Inquest-Jury Fees-When more than one Dead Body
Imparing the obligations of a Contract-Charter of a
Insolvent Bank-Re eiving Deposit just before clo ing
Insurance-Forfeiture-Notice of dues---Witness tes-
Illegal Arres-An Escaping Debtor arrested without
Murder-Epileptic mania as a defence-Expert testi-
Municipal Corporation-Defective sidewalk
Municipal Corporation-Right to employ an attorney
Negligence-Fire caused by sparks from a locomotive
Neg igence-A question for the jury-instruction..
Practice-By motion for verdict all that has been prov-
Probate decree-Administration not necessarily dis-
Presentat.on of claim against estate of decedent-Time
Quality of goods to be delivered under a contract-Who
Question for the jury-Defective highway.
Practice-Improper remarks by counsel in argument
sum than the debt-Fuaud..
Practice-Stenographer's notes on first, used on second
trial-Time allowed for argument..
Sale on execution-Application of surplus proceeds
Unrecorded mortgage-Sale of mortgaged lands.
Entered at the Chicago Postoffice as Second-class Matter.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL. Law Department of Washington University, 1417 Lucas Place, St. Louis, Mo.
FACULTY.-William G. Eliot, D.D., Chancellor of the University; William G. Hammond, LL.D., Dean of the Law Faculty; Henry Hitchcock, LL.D.; Samuel 1reat, LL.D., (United States District Judge, Eastern District of Missouri); George A. Madill, Chester H. Krum, Gustavus A. Finkeln burg, Allert Todd, George W. Cline.
The advantage of a Law School located in a great city where courts are always in session, and legal business of every kind may daily be seen in actual practice, are obvious. No place in the West offers these advantages in so large measure as St. Louis. The Law School edifice is of three stories, situated on its own grounds, and is entirely devoted to the use of the Law School.
The sixteenth annual term will open October 18, 1883. Full course, two annual terms, seven months each, excluding the two weeks recess for Christmas holidays.
The Law Library belonging to the School consists of upwards of 3,000 volumes, and is open to the student throughout every day and evening except on Sunday.
The School is open upon equal terms to students from all parts of the United States, and the course of instruction is intended to prepare them for practice in any State.
The tuition fee is $80 per year, and is the only charge made by the School. Information as to prizes and scholarships will be found in the catalogues, for which apply to WILLIAM C. HAMMOND, LL.D., Dean. ALBERT VAN WACNER, (Formerly New York Bar.)
No. 1 Plowden Building, Temple, LONDON, ENGLAND.
Taking evidence upon COMMISSION A SPECIALTY, in any part of the kingdom. Also claims. etc., etc., attended to. References:-New York, Messrs. Arthur, Phelps Knevals & Ransom; Chicago, Judge Barnum, and Messrs. Dent & Black, C. B. VanShaack, Esq., and Wirt Dexter, Esq., et al.
CHICAGO, JANUARY, 1885.
ERR & CARTER,
ATTORNEYS AND BARRISTERS
ADDRESS OF CHICAGO LAWYERS.
J. N. McDonald & Co., 41 and 42, 86 La Salle.
W. L. Gillham, 46, 84 La Salle St.
Herbert B. Johnson, 184 Dearborn St. Wolfred N. Low, 5 and 6, 159 Washington St. A. Brookings, 21, 156 Washington St. McClellan & Cummins, First National Bank Building.
Dent, Black & Cratty Bros., 175 Dearborn St.
Geo. W. W. Lytle, 24, 163 Washington St.
Frank J. Crawford, 17 and 19, 180 Clark St. Geo. W. Cass, 74, 164 La Salle St.
Jno. Barton Payne, 319 First National Bank Building.
DeWitt C. Jones, 36, 164 La Salle St.