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CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL.
WM. A. GARDNER, Editor,
ST. LOUIS, MO.:
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES IN VOLUME 64.
No. 1. The Privilege of Silence and Immunity
Statutes. By F. Beecher, 3. No. 2. Invalidity of Interstate Railway Transpor
tation Contracts of Common Carriers. By M.
C. Freerks, 29. No. 3. The Abuse of the Corporation Charter.
By Don E. Mowry, 49. No. 4. Privileged Communications Between At
torney and Client. By W. C. Rodgers, 66. No. 5. Some Observations on the Duration of Oil
and Natural Gas Leases. By Sumner Ken
No. 6. Mental Anguish Doctrine in Telegraph
Cases. By George A. Lee, 108. No. 7. Theory of the Case-the Ambulatory Rule.
By W. T. Hughes, 128. No. 8. Tbe Prevention of Trusts and Monopolies.
By R. M. Benjamin, 147. No. 9. Tbe Ambulatory Rule-As Viewed from
tbe Maxim Verba Fortius Accipiuntur Contra
Proferentem. “By W. T. Hughes, 167. No. 10. Restraint of the Insane. By Charles P.
Municipal Ordinances in Contravention of
Marriage and Divorce. By Walter George
Smitb, 229. No. 13. Christianity and the Law. By Andrew
Alexander Bruce, 247.
No. 14. The Results Flowing from the Extinction
of the Civil Action for Conspiracy. By Rob-
liams. 267. No. 15. Do Freight Carrying Interurban Elec
tric Railways Impose a Servitude on Streets.
By Edward F. White, 283. No. 16. Negligence in the Use of Automobiles.
By J. W. Thompson, 300.
Negligence as Applied to Persons Sui Juris.
By John T. Marsball, 347. No. 19. Latent Equities. By George A. Lee, 363. No. 20. “Truck Acts," “Scrip Laws," and
"Pluck-me-Stores." By 0. H. Myrick, 387. No. 21. The Tool Case of Colorado-Right of
Appellate Tribunal to Assume Charge of
P. Costigan, 402.
iff in a Suit to Submit to a Physical Ex
amination. By Sumner Kenner, 428. No. 23. Is the Furnishing of Liquors to its Mem.
bers by a Bona fide Social Club a Sale. By
B. F. Watson, 442. No. 24. The Courts and the Railroad Question.
By M. C. Freerks, 467. No. 25. Is the Furnishing of Liquors to its Mem
bers by a Bona fide Social Club a Sale. By B. F. Watson, 482.
TABLE OF CASES.
This list includes only those cases commented upon editorially or in our Notes of Import. ant Decisions, 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.
Abbott v. Hayes County (Neb.) Validity of an
Agreement to Take Less Salary by a Public Officer than that Provided by Law, R.
D., 466. Adams v. University Hospital (Mo.) Charities
-Liability for Negligence, ann. case, 214. American Woolen Company v. Kennebec Water
District (Me.) Salus Populi Suprema Lex,
Ed., 481. Baart v. Martin (Minn.) Torrens System of Title
Registration--Setting Aside Registration
Obtained by Fraud, ann. case, 306. Baker Furniture Co. v. Hall (Neb.) Liability
of Original Corporation Upon Re-incorpor
ation, R. D., 433. Barnes v. Long Island R. Co. (N. Y.) Contract
Limiting Liability of Railroad Company to the Value of a Shipment Given by Shipper to Obtain Concession in Rates Held
Valid, R. D., 2. Barnett v. Sussman (N. Y.) Vendor and Pur
chaser-When There May be a Waiver Because of Default of Payment at Time Spe
cified, R. D., 265. Bevington v. Bevington (Iowa) When Parol
Gift of Land Will be Sustained, ann. case,
286. Brennison v. Pennsylvania R. Co. (Minn.) Car
riers-Damages where Fruit Delivered in Bad Condition and Evidence as to Negli.
gence, R. D., 228. Brooks v. Southern Pacific Co. (U. S. D. C., W.
D. Ky.) Federal Employers' Liability Act
Unconstitutional, ann. case, 52.
main-Right of Land Owner to Relief
of Limitations in Bringing Suit. R. D., 187. Carmeau v. North American Transportation &
Trading Company (Wa'sh.) Something of
rived, Ed. 361. City of Kansas City v. Hennegen (U. S. C. C.,
W. D. Mo.) Whether or Not a Controversy is Separable within the Meaning of the Removal Act, is to be Determined by the Intent of the State Legislature with Respect to the Form of Procedure, ann. case,
352. Commonwealth v. Ieradi (Pa) Witnesses
May Court Instruct Jury to Disregard Entire Testimony of Witness who has Teg
tified Falsely in any Particular. R. D., 246. Connell y. Clifford (Colo.) Boundaries-No Ac
miescence where Party Ignorant that Building Encroaches over Boundary Line,
R. D.. 323.
Parent to Proceeds of Services of Minor
Cumberland Telegraph & Telephone Co. v. Ho
bart (Miss.) Duty of Telephone Company
to Furnish Service, ann. case, 93. Cummings v. Wilson (Minn.) Reasonable Time
in the Performance of Contracts, Ed. 245. Dr. Miles Medical Co. V. Jaynes Drug Co. (U. S.
C. C., D. Mass.) Injunction-Sufficiency of Bill Charging Inducing Violations of Con. tracts, R. D., 282.
1 Davis v. Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co. (W. Va.)
What Constitutes Malicious Mischief
Harmless Error, R. D., 299. Davis v. Louisville, H. & St. L. Ry. Co. (Ky.)
Contributory Negligence-When a Person is Injured by a Passing Train at a Crossing not Public where the Railroad Company Should Give Warning. the Fact that she Contributed to the Negligence is not
Conclusive, R. D., 48. Elser v. Village of Gross Point (111.) An In
junction will Lie to Restrain the Collection of Water by a Municipality in an Artificial Channel and Casting Same on the Land of Another in Undue Quantities when, ann.
case, 72. Evans v. Eastern Telephone & Telegraph Co.
(Ky.) Negligence--Telephone Wires Left in House after Termination of Contract when Conducting Lightning into House Causing
Damage. Question one for Jury. R. D., 298. Greenwald v. Ford (S. Dak.) Forged Check
Bank Piving a Check has a Right to Rely on the Indorsements in Regular
Course, R. D.. 264. Grover v. Zook (Wash.) Breach of Marriage
Promise-Defenses--111 Health, R. D.451. Hall's Estate. In re (Iowa) Wills—the doctrine
of Advancement to an Heir Applies Only in Case of Intestacy and Not to a Will, R. D.,
1 26. Harris v. State (Fla.) Criminal Law-Verdict
of “Receiving Stolen Goods" Not Responsive to an Indictment for that Offense, R.
Discharge of Surety Because of Failure of
Previous Improper Conduct, R. D.. 426. Hooper v. Bacon (Me.) Damages Where There
was a Personal Injury and Physician Employed by Party Injured may not have Used the Requisite Skill, or may have Erred in Judgment, Whereby Injured Party did not Recover as Soon as Otherwise, R. D.,
442. Illinois Cent. R. Co. v. Warren (U. S. C. C. of
App. Fifth Circuit) Carriers-Whether Call of Station an Invitation to Alight. ann.
case, 234. Iowa State Bank V. Cereal Refund & Broker
age Co. (Iowa) Banks and Banking-Paying a Check on Bank by Mistake when there