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BILLS.

(See Equity.)

BILLLS OF LADING.

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Carrier's liability for misdating

BILLS AND NOTES.
Bank as a holder for value of deposited negotiable instruments
Certaintly of payee described as “Bearer"
Drawer's right to stop payment of certified check
Duty of a collecting bank to receive payment only in money
Effect of omission of drawee's name on rights of holder
Effect of provision increasing rate of interest at maturity
Inability of one apparently a co-maker to prove signature as a witness

by parol
Liability of sub-agent bank for proceeds of a collected draft
Rights of an officer of a corporation who has received as indorsee an

instrument induced by fraud of corporation's agent ..
Transfer of a negotiable instrument by writing a guaranty thereon

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CARRIERS.
Duty to intoxicated passenger
Liability for misdating bill of lading

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CHANCERY.
(See Equity.)

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS.
Liability of hospital for negligence toward paying patient

443

CITIES.
(See Municipalities.)

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CITIZENS.
Dual citizenship of a person considered a national by the laws of

two countries
Right to vote

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175

COMMERCE.
(See Interstate Commerce.)

COMPENSATION.
(See Workmen's Compensation.)

CONFLICT OF LAWS.

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Annulment of a marriage valid where celebrated

71
Is an injunction against bringing suit entitled to full faith and credit?.. 429

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438
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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.
Constitutionality and scope of the alien land laws
Constitutionality of state statutes affecting admiralty
Constitutionality of zoning laws
Discrimination against interstate commerce
Impairment of contracts by judicial act

445
Inability of a state to enjoin violation of property interests of its citi-
zens

72
Inability of a taxpayer to enjoin legislature from illegal expenditure of
funds raised by taxation ...

72
Is an injunction against bringing suit entited to full faith and credit ?.. 429
Power of National Banks to establish branches

424
Right to vote

173
Spending power of Congress

72
Taxation of corporation of which United States is sole stockholder

by state
Unconstitutionality of foreign language laws

321
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CONSTITUTIONS.

Washington, Constitution, Art. II, Sec. 33

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CONSTRUCTION.

Construction of foreign laws of acquired territory upon subjects legally

recognized after incorporation

331

CONTRACTS.
Construction of offeror's reply to offeree's counter-offer in light of cus-
tom of the trade .....

322
Contract for sale of land signed by agent of undisclosed principal 185
Effect of disclosure of agency in simple written contracts

49
Effect of impossibility of performance on executed parts of contract 448
Effect of impossibility of performance on ex payments ....
Effect of third party beneficiary's part performance of an oral contract
to devise

172
Impairment of contracts by judicial act

445
Meaning of "cost of completion" in building contracts on builder's default 447
Priority of rights of successive indorsees ...

446
What is consideration in Anglo-American law of contracts ?

245, 343

448

CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE.

(See Negligence.)

COPYRIGHTS.

Effect of radio broad-casting of copyrighted song

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190

CORPORATIONS.
Liability of promoter to subsequent stockholders for overvaluation of

property sold to corporation
The modem tendency to disregard the theory of corporate entity
When mandamus will issue to grant stockholder right to inspect cor-

porate records

324
158

329

COURTS.
Accident litigation
Restraint of proceedings in state court by federal courts
Righteousness in Government
The American Judge
The Supreme Court in United States History

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192

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COVENANTS.
Liability of undisclosed principal in contract under seal
Rule for interpreting building restrictions

74
193

CRIMINAL LAW.
Admissibility of dying declaration of persons on whom an abortion has
been procured in trial of person accused of such act ....

327
Inability of winner in gambling game to assert title in winnings retaken
by loser by force

330
Meaning of “theft" in insurance policy

77
Mistakes of fact on part of persons using force in defense of others 325
“Padlock” injunction as means of enforcing Volstead Act

283
Property rights of convicts made civilly dead by statute

323
Validity of pardon issued by lieutenant-governor in governor's absence 453

D.

DEFAMATION.

(See Libel and Slander.)

DIVORCE.
(See Husband and Wife.)

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EMINENT DOMAIN.
Constitutionality of zoning laws
Exercise of eminent domain to compensate private persons whose land

has been taken for public use
Purposes for which right may be exercised

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164

EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY.
(See Workmen's Compensation.)

EQUITY.
Enforcement of building restriction construed against grantor in cases
of doubt

193
Ground for bills to restrain unfair competition

72
Handbook of Equity Jurisprudence

87
Injunctions of actions at law where equity first takes jurisdiction over
subject-matter

326
Is an injunction against bringing suit entitled to full faith and credit?.. 429
“Padlock” injunction as means of enforcing Volstead Act

283
Protection of husband's personal right to wife's consortium

451
Right to grant legal relief in absence of equitable grounds

193
Rights of third partybeneficiary who has partly performed an oral con-
tract to devise

172
Unfair competition by use of a surname

300

ESTOPPEL.
Concealment of age as ground for estopping infant from setting up

incapacity

450

EVIDENCE.
Admissibility in trial for abortion of dying statement of person on

whom abortion had been procured
Admissibility of copy of statute of another state
Declarations of servants as part of the res gesta
Inadmissibility of evidence to prove signature of one apparently a party

that of a witness ....
Mixed questions of law and fact
Problem of proof

327
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III
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FEDERAL STATUTES.

Act of July 2, 1890, 26 Stat. L. 209, sec. I
Act of October 15, 1914, 38 Stat. L. 730, sec. 2
Act of October 28, 1919, 41 Stat. L. 314, sec. 21, title II
Act of October 28, 1919, 41 Stat. L. 314, sec. 22, title II
Act of October 28, 1919, 41 Stat. L. 315, sec. 26, title II
Clayton Act
Sherman Act
26 Statutes at Large 209, sec. I
36 Statutes at Large 1162, c. 231, sec. 265....
36 Statutes at Large 1087, c. 231
38 Statutes at Large 730, sec. 2
39 Statutes at Large 874
40 Statutes at Large 395, c. 97
40 Statutes at Large 1057, 1096, c. 18, sec. 401
41 Statutes at Large 314, sec. 21, title II
41 Statutes at Large 314, sec. 22, title II
41 Statutes at Large 315, sec. 26, title II
42 Statutes at Large 634, c. 216
Volstead Act

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FRAUD.
Concealment of age as ground for estopping infant from using defense

of incapacity
Effect of receipt of deposit by bank while insolvency is threatened

450
188

FRAUDS, STATUTE OF.

(See Statute of Frauds.)

G.

GOVERNMENT.
The Great Experiment
Righteousness in Government

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GUARANTY.

Transfer of a negotiable instrument by writing a guaranty thereon

296

H.

HISTORY OF LAW.
Outlines of the History of English and American law

338

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