Harvard law review, Volume 15 (Google eBook)

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Contents

Adams 853 862
59
Interpleader Bill of Scope of remedy
61
Burial Right to dispose of body by will
64
AttorneyGeneral Authority of
67
Littoral Rights Public ponds littoral rights in
68
Reference in heavy faced type are to Notes in plain type to Recent Cases and in italicized type to Criticisms of Articles
71
Carriers Haggage possession of
72
Erie R R Co v Salisbury 406
75
Jeopardy See Double Jeopardy
78
REVIEWS
80
Witnesses Required Numbers of A Brief History of the Numeri
83
Malice See Torts Unfair Competition
122
Illinois etc Bank 844 858
142
Constructive Trusts Conveyance on grantees promise to pay stranger 752
144
Railroads Statute of limitations exemption of railroads from
146
Galveston etc Ry Co v Nass 78
150
Contracts Conditional payment check sent in full satisfaction
154
Admissions Coconspirator declarations of 320
155
Real Evidence Age proof of by appearance of plaintiff
156
Master and Servant See Agency Contracts
157
Preferences See Bankruptcy Corporations
159
Trial Brief Mode of proving Facts Second edition 503
163
Foreigners The Rights of to Reside and Hold Land in China
191
Equity Limitations equity and statute of 588
227
Larceny Animus furandi intent to deprive temporarily 492
234
Estoppel Agents apparent authority explained by
235
Fixtures Purchase of realty under mortgage made before fixture attached
236
Resulting Trusts Basis of doctrine 753
238
Griffin Matter of
240
Studies in History and Jurisprudence 591
242
Cases on the Law of Damages 685
243
Fourteenth Amendment Discretion of public officers arbitrary 852
253
Contributions and Requisitions See International
310
Gaming Larceny by trick fraudulent gaming
317
Agency Agent acting for two parties voidability of contracts 672
322
Law School Notes on Harvard 219 302 568 844
323
Legal Cause See Proximate Cause
365
Mortgages Assumption of mortgage debt liability to mortgagee
398
Choses in Action Assignment claim already partially collected
401
Frary 740 749
432
Insurance Agent as agent of insured in making out application 583 859
463
Demurrer to Evidence In criminal cases 738
486
General Average Freight on return cargo liability of
488
Insular Cases The 220 395
489
Verdicts Coroners verdicts as evidence 664
495
Edwards 77
497
Lectures on Slavonic Law 868
502
Gifts for a NonCharitable Purpose John Chipman Gray
509
Dying Declarations Incorporation of written statement 73
514
Bidwell
520
Discharge before end of term agents rights when discharged for cause 73
541
Public Officers De facto officers rights of de jure officer to salary 675
569
Betterment Taxes See Taxation
579
Lee
583
LifeEstates Lifetenants rights in trustfunds 79 416
587
A Treatise on International Public Law
593
An Epitome of Personal Property Law 80
654
Intention Declarations of See Evidence Res Gesta
657
Black well 493
662
Negotiable Instruments Law Indorsement want of authority 152
665
Springer 57i
668
Surface Waters Landowners rights over discharge in stream on high
670
Extradition Acts constituting different crimes in the two countries
674
New Trial Juror unable to understand English
676
Martin In re
677
A Study of the United States Steel Corporation
683
Insular Cases The I II Charles E Ltttlcfield 169 281
725
Bills of Lading Retention by vendor effect on title 239
748
Gifts Causa mortis constructive delivery
750
Independent Contractors Principals liability highways works on 483
761
Law and Fact Mixed Questions of Frederick Green 271
763
Marriages The Law of Capacity in International H BealeJr 382
801
Survival of Actions Tort action against dissolved corporation 409
854
Criminal Procedure Presence of accused need of 412
858
Taff Vale Railway Case Unincorporated trade unions status of 310
864
The Law of Insurance Fire Life Accident Guarantee
869
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