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HABEAS CORPUS-Continued. Record of court of general jurisdiction can not be overthrown by paro! testimony. Watson v. Balch, in full, S. C. Kan.. 246.
Right to continue imprisonment, in extradition proceedings, dig, S. C. Colorado, 436.
Will not avail a prisoner unwarrantably seized in a foreign country and brought to this country, to an. swer for a crime committed here. Ex parte Ker, in full, C. C., N. D. Ill., 368.
Will not avail one imprisoned for contempt, except in relation to matters of law, dig. S. C. Iowa, 378. Will not avail to release a prisoner arrested for breach of condition of pardon, dig. S. C. Cal., 258. HOMESTEAD.
Conveyance of, when fraudulent, dig. S. C. Tex., 337. How gained. Reske v. Reske, in full, S. C. Mich., 411. How lost, dig. S. C. Tex., 437.
Rights of minor children in. Canole v. Hunt, in full, S. C. Mo., 429.
Effect of widow's death upon right of minor in. Canole v. Hunt, S. C. Mo., 429.
Specific performance of a contract of conveyance which lacks the wife's signature, dig. S. C. Iowa, 19. Strict or liberal construction of homestead laws,C. T. 41.
Voluntary and involuntary exchange. Schneider v. Bray, in full, S. C. Tex., 174.
In cases of corpus delicti, provable by circumstantial evidence. Johnson v. Commonwealth, in full, Ky. Ct. App., 437.
Justifiable, to prevent unlawful arrest, dig. S. C. Neb., 498.
Murder in the first degree, what is. State v. Wells, in full, S. C. Iowa, 389.
HUSBAND AND WIFE.
Deed between, fraud upon creditors, dig. Ky. Ct. App.
Effect of discharge of husband in insolvency upon joint note, dig. Md. Ct. App. 36.
Fraudulent conveyance to wife in compensation for domestic services, dig. N. Y. Ct. App., 320. Loan by wife to husband's firm, dig. S. C. Mass., 499. "Married Women." James M. Kerr, 462. "Marriage settlements." E. P. Kendrick, 386. Presumption that joint purchases are on his credit, dig. 8. C. Pa., 277.
Validity of deed from husband directly to wife, dig. S. C. Pa., 320.
Wife's contribution to family support, dig. S. C. Iowa, 320.
Introduction of liquors into indian country, dig. U. S. S. C., 118.
Infants defending in forma pauperis in Federal courts, dig. U. S. C. C., W. D. Tenn., 158.
"Imputable negligence." M. W. Hopkins, 243.
"The right to the custody of children." Irish Law Times, I., 325; II., 345; III., 361.
To restrain trespass to real estate, Turner v. Stewart, in full, S. C. Mo. 472.
Liability of, to army officers, for goods lost, C. T., 461. INSANITY.
Administration of lunatic's estate, dig. S. C. Pa., 217. Effect upon condition against suicide in life insurance policy, dig. S. C. Com., Ohio, 438.
Election of in ane widow to take dower in lieu of pro-
1. An oral promise by a borrower to the proposed lender that he will secure him in case of his insolvency, does not render such preference fraudulent. 2. Nor will the fact that the insolvent is employed to manage the property conveyed, invalidate the preference. Smith v. Craft, in full, U. S. C. C., D. Ind., 330.
Authority of Insurance Agents to receive notice of cancelation, Grace v. Am. Cent. Ins. Co., in full, U. S. S. C. 495.
Construction of policy, dig. S. C. Pa., 499.
Contract to insure real estate, not within statute of frauds, dig. S. C. Minn., 477.
Denial of responsibility, waiver of proof of loss, dig. S. C. App. Va., 477.
Increased risk where policy is assigned as collateral security, dig. S. C. Pa., 218.
Insurable interest of administrator, dig. S. C. App. Va. 477.
Insurable interest of stockholder, dig. U. S. C. C. E. D. Mo., 477.
Loss pending sale of insured premises, dig. Eng. Ct App., 259.
"Sale or conveyance," dig. S. C. Iowa, 477. Statement, in application, a warranty. Bloomington Grove Mut. Ins. Co. v. MacAnerny, S. C. Pa., 271. "Store-fixtures" construed, dig. U. S. C. C. D. N. H. 178. Subrogation, dig. Eng. H. Ct. App., 499.
Use of naptha, cause of fire, dig. S. C. N. H., 477. Waiver of breach of condition, parol evidence, dig. S. C. Mass., 457.
Waiver of condition as to occupation, dig. N. Y. Ct.
Waiver of proof of loss, dig. S. C. Pa., 198.
Where goods in the possession of a common carrier for shipment are insured by a policy which stipulates that in case of loss the insurer shall be subrogated to all rights of action against the carrier, and the bill of lading provides that in case of loss of goods the carrier shall be subrogated to all insurance, the shipper cannot recover in case of loss from the insurane company, dig. U. S. C. C. D. Md, 477.
Assignment to one who has no insurable interest void, 477.
Effect of clause, "under any circumstances," in connection with condition against suicide, in policy, dig. S. C. Com. Ohio, 436.
Fraud upon insured, laches, dig. S. C. Ga., 456.
Representations of agent to affect forfeiture for non-
Suicide while insane, dig. U. S. S. C., 457.
Waiver of forfeiture for non-payment of premiums, dig. S. C. Ohio, 218.
"The Measure of Interest." Elisha Greenhood, 121. INTERNATIONAL LAW.
Action upon statutory right accruing in another State C. T., 81.
A collusive judgment may be inquired into collater ally dig. S. C. Pa., 18.
Against discharged bankrupt binding on whom, dig.
Alteration after term, dig. U. S. S. C., 158.
Are under the control of parties recovering them, who may restrain sheriff from proceeding to collect them, dig. S. C Mich., 398.
Foreign, not res Judicata when, dig, S. C. Vt. 477.
Person not named, in the writ not bound. dig, S. C. Pa. 320.
Right of junior judgment lien holder to redeem. Q. & A., 259.
Curious case of. C. T., 380.
"Reform in the English judiciary." C. T., 421.
Relief of the Supreme Court. C. T. 481.
Concurrent jurisdiction of State and Federal Courts, dig. S. C. Colorado, 277.
Device to gain by abuse of process, dig. S. C. Mo. 499. Fraud upon, device to gain, dig. U. s. S. C., 457. Judicial notice of, want of, Grace v. Am. Cent Ins. Co. in full U. S. S. C., 495.
Record of court of general jurisdiction can not be overthrown by parol evidence. Watson v. Balch, in full, S. C. Kan., 246.
Trial before one not a judge. dig. S. C. Colorado., 277. JUROR.
Disqualification of, dig. S. C. Tex,, 499.
Disqualification non-age dig. Md. Ct. App., 477. See Jury trial.
Comments of counsel as ground for new trial, dig. S. C. Mich., 259.
Defective verdict, dig. S. C. Wis., 337. "Directing verdicts." A. G. McKean, 427. Disqualification of Juror, non-age, after verdict. dig. Md. Ct. App., 477.
Effect of exclusion of particular jurors from jury, though proper to serve, dig. U. S. S. C., 419.
Extent of judges duty to instruct jury as to the law. dig. S. C. Neb., 439.
Judicial discretion in directing a verdict, dig. S. C. Dak., 240.
Person not named in the writ not bound, dig. S. C. Pa., 320.
Right of separate defendants to challenge, dig. S. C. Tex., 320.
The incompetency of a juror can not be taken advantage of, after trial without objection, dig. U. S. S. C., 419.
Judge Deady on the Jury System, C. T., 61.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Loss of jurisdiction by defective recognizance, Q. & A. 120.
Pleading injuries to stock in justices' courts. Corresp., 280.
When a complete defense, dig. N. J. Ch. Ct., 358. See Equity.
"Surface water on agricultural lands." W. W. Thornton, I, 42; II, 62.
LANDLORD AND TENANT.
Construction of lease as to removal of buildings, dig. S. C. Minn., 239.
Duties of former to repair, dig. S. C. N. Y.. 457.
Execution sale of, crop before severance where land is let on shares, dig. S. C. Pa., 277.
"Acceleration of procedure." New York Daily Register, 339.
"Anecdote of Mr. Justice Miller." Chicago Legal News, 340.
"Attorney and client-A fact literally rendered." Leg. Ext., 339.
"Dicta." New York Daily Register, 279.
Eulogy by Judge Terrell of the late Chief Justice Moore of Texas. 459.
"How to explain to your client why you lost his case,” Byron Bacon, 219.
Lord Chief Justice Coleridge and the Canadian Bar. C. T., 241.
"Lord Coleridge in St. Louis," 278.
Lord Coleridge on the reformation of the common law procedure. C. T., 321.
"Marriage with deceased wife's sister." Law Times 99. "Pleading." Irish Law Times 100.
Rights of an administrator in the corpse of his intestate. Railway Age, 480.
Rights of man without property. N. Y. Daily Reg., 479. LEGAL REFORM.
"Reforms in the law." Legal Miscellany, 359. LEVY OF PROCESS.
Officer levying attachment charged with notice of fact that property is not in possession of defendant, dig. S. C. Vt., 358.
LIBEL AND SLANDER.
Negligent publication as an element of the law of libel. C T., 181.
Privileged communication, affidavit before masoni inquiry, dig. Ky. Ct. App, 500.
Privileged communication, information by mercantile agency, dig U. S. C. C. D. Md., 499.
Privileged communication, testimony of involuntary witness, dig. Ky. Ct. App., 500.
Reasonable doubt of justification, dig. S. C. Ohio, 500. "Slander and Special Damage." Justice of the Peace, 105.
Statute begins to run from the discovery of fraud,
When statute begins to run against action for nu
Intoxicating liquor, seized and condemned, according to law, is outlawed, is without rights, and a claimant of such liquor is not entitled to a trial by jury, dig. S. C. Vt., 19s.
Is beer "malt or intoxicating liquor," C. T., 101.
Collection of money by criminal process, dig. S. C. Pa., 299.
Malicious prosecution of civil action. C. T., 341. MANDAMUS.
Office of the writ, dig. U. S. S. C. 118.
To enforce mandate of Supreme Court to inferior
Not valid, if contrary to morality and the laws of christendom, though valid where celebrated, dig. S. C. Mich., 58.
Pregnancy at time of, does not make it void, dig. S. C. N. Y., 456.
Inconsistent declarations to affect validity of, dig. Md. Ct. App., 198.
Validity of, in lawful imprisonment, dig. N. J. Ch. Ct., 379.
MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE.
Effect of divorce nisi upon coverture, dig. Eng. High Ct., Ch. Div., 399.
Effect of divorce obtained by husband upon the latter's curtesy. Q. & A., 439.
"Marriage settlements." E. P. Kendrick, 386. MARRIED WOMEN.
Acknowledgement of deeds by, dig. S. C. Mo., 493.
"Marriage settlements." E. P. Kendrick, 386.
MASTER AND SERVANT.
John F. Kelly, 1.
Duty of master to warn servant of dangerous character of machinery, dig. S. C. Mich., 338.
Facts not constituting relation of, dig. S. C. Mo., 500. Fireman and roadmaster not fellow-servants in same common employment, dig. S. C. Vt., 198.
"Liability for injuries to employees," John F. Kelly, 485.
"Ordinary risk of employment," dig. S. C.,l'a., 299. Risks of employment, dig. S. C. Kan., 455.
Step granddaughter living with step grandfather,does not create relation of, dig. S. C. Kan., 457.
"Srikes and Strikers in their Legal Aspect." Canadian Law Times, 163.
A Journalistic Mix, C. T., 21.
"Ignorance of law." Jos. A. Joyce, 422.
"Mistake of a Legal Right." Charles A. Bucknam, 22. Of law, dig. Md. Ct. App., 499. See Equity.
A mortgagor in possession is entitled to the crops grown on the mortgaged lands, and has a right to sever them at any time prior to the destruction of his title by sale under the mortgage. Willis v. Moore, in full, S. C. Tex., 133.
Assignment of in fractional parts, dig. S. C. Pa., 337. Assumption of mortgage debt by vendee of mortgaged land, Q. and A., 199.
Assumption of mortgage debt by acceptance of deed to mortgaged premises. Dean v. Walker, in full, S. C. Ill., 323.
Effect of extension of, to purchaser of equity, without mortgagor's consent, dig. Md. Ct. App., 379. Exercise of right of eminent domain on mortgaged land, dig. S. Č. Vt., 239.
Lien upon growing crops, dig. S. C. Vt., 477. "Merger in enforcement of the lien of mortgage and attachment." W. W. Thornton, 402.
Of personal property, void when mortgagor retains possession and power of disposal, dig. S. C. Mo., 418. Owner of equity of redemption may purchase under foreclosure, and thereby acquire, greater rights, as against his vendor. Episcopal Church v. Mack, in full, N. Y. Ct. App., 372.
Promise to execute, creates lien upon land in equity, dig. S. C. Iowa, 498.
Purchaser of equity becomes principal debtor, dig.Md. Ct. App., 379.
Sale under foreclosure, discharge of mortgagor, dig. Ky. Ct. App., 500.
Stipulation for attorney's fee. Burns v. Scoggin, U. S. C. C., D. Oreg., 28.
Taxes paid by mortgagee made a part of the mortgage debt, dig. S. C. Md. 58. See Chattel Mortgage. MUNICIPAL BONDS.
Bonds for levee repairs as affected by the statute of limitations, dig. U. S. S. C., 137.
Irregularity in the popular election, dig. U. S. S. C.,
Uniting separate judgments on railroad aid bonds, dig. U. s. S. C., 137.
Railway aid bonds not accommodation paper, dig. S. C. Iowa 338.
Care of sidewalks by, dig. S. C. Pa., 80.
Compensation of volunteer fire company; dig. S. C. Fla. 19.
Connivance of city at a breach of city treasurer's bond, dig. S. C., N. J., 79.
Compensation for, or restitution of property acquired ultra vires. Wrought Iron Bridge Co. v. Town of Utica, in full, U. S. C. C., N. D. II, 210.
Ultra vires, loan on its own stock, dig. U. S. S. C., 457. Validity of loan on capital stock, dig. U. S. S. C., 20. NEGLIGENCE.
Burden of proof in case of railway fire, dig. S. C. Minn., 240.
Care of sidewalks by municipal corporations, dig. S. C. Pa., 80.
Children on street cars. Hestonville, etc. R. Co. v. Kelley, in full, S. C. Pa., 150.
Contributory Negligence, dig. S. C. Mo. 118.
Contributory negligence in taking poison, dig. S. C. Iowa, 98.
Damage caused by workman employed by agent. Hughes v. Percival, in full, Eng. Ct. App., 108. Diligence required of bailee, dig. S. C. Cal., 178. Duty of master to warn servant of dangerous character of machinery, dig. S C. Mich., 338. Evidence of defective machinery, dig. S. C. Minn., 337. Gratuitous deposit of bonds in bank. Whitney v. First Nat. Bank of Brattleboro, in full, S. C. Vt., 235. "Imputable Negligence." M. W. Hopkins, 243. In an action for injury from a fall, caused by a defective sidewalk, held, that evidence that other persons, than the person for whose injury the action was brought, had fallen at the same place, was admissible. District of Columbia v. Arms, in full, U. S. S. C., 50.
Injury consequent upon defect in highway, dig. S. C. Pa., 218.
Insurance as a defense in an action for damages by a railroad fire, dig. S. C. Tex., 198.
Knowledge of defect in machinery as contributory Negligence, dig. S. C. Ohio, 97.
"Liability for injuries to employee." John F. Kelly, 485.
Liability of master for negligence of fellow-servant, dig. S. C. Mo. 97.
Liability of owner of dangerous premises. Parker v. Barnard, in full, S. J. C. Mass., 166.
Liability of owner for act of contractor. Hughes v. Percival, in full, H. L., 393.
Liability of public officials, dig. Eng. H. Ct., Q. B. Div., 477.
Liability of recorder of deeds for, dig. N. J. Ch. Ct., 477. "Negligent keeping of animals." Justice of the Peace, 307.
Of bank directors, liability for. Ackerman v. Halsey, in full, N. J. Ch. Ct., 433.
Of landlord, to repair, dig. S. C. N. Y., 457.
What constitutes, of attorney, to render him liable, dig. S. C. Ind., 437.
Knowledge of dangers of machinery, dig. S. C. Kan., 455.
What amounts to, dig., S. C. Iowa, 380. NEGOTIABLE PAPER.
"Assignability of bills and notes by delivery-Liability of transferer, when same are fictitious, forged or altered." B. B. Boone, 287.
A transfer on the first day of grace, a transfer before maturity. Fox v. Bank, in full, S. C. Kan., 294. Assignment not equivalent to indorsement. Osgood v. Artt, in full, U. S. C. C., N. D. Ill. 190. Agreement between principal and surety does not af fect payee, dig. S C. Kan., 457.
Effect of formal indorsement upon rights of bona fide purchaser, when drawn subsequently to purchase, dig. U S. C. C., N. D. Ill., 437.
Effect of naming bank as place of payment. Adams v. Hackensack Imp. Co., în full, N. Y. Ct. App., 73. Estoppel of maker to deny forgery, dig. S. C. Pa., 476. Failure of consideration. Mann v. Second Nat. Bank, in full, S. C. Kan., 274.
Immaterial alterations make it void, dig. S. C. Mo. Com., 397.
In an action against defendant as the drawer of bill of exchange, which was accepted by the drawees, payable in London, the defense was that, after the bill had been drawn and accepted, the acceptors had been discharged by the creditors, under authority or the English bankrupt laws,in which proceedings the plaintiffs proved this indebtedness and received their proportionate part of the composition paid by the acceptors. Held, tuat while the proceedings under the English Bankrupt Act in and of themselves constitute no defense, not being binding upon plaintiffs as creditors, they being at the time resi dents and citizens of this State, and the insolvent laws having no extra-territorial operation; yet have ing voluntarily made themselves parties to the bankruptcy proceedings, by proving the debt now in suit and accepting the composition offered by the bankrupt, the plaintiffs thereby released and discharged the acceptors of this bill, and dep ived themselves of the right to proceed against the drawer. Phelps v. Borland, in full, S. C. N. Y., 292. Indefinite extension does not discharge indorser, dig. S. C. Pa., 240.
Indorsement of note of stock-company, dig. S. C. Pa., 277.
Indorsement procured by fraud. Q. & A., 120.
Note given for losses by "cotton futures" void in hands of bona fide holder. Cunningham v. Bank, in full, S. C. Ga., 470.
Note given in consideration for release of dower and acquiescence in obtainment of divorce, dig. S. C. Mass., 500.
Obtained by fraud, rights of bona fide holder. Soper v. Peck, in full, S. C. Mich., 302.
Open to detenses when, in hands of bona fide purchaser, dig. U. S. C. C., N. D. Ill., 437.
Partnership note for private purposes, dig. S. C. Mo., 500.
Railway aid bonds not accommodation paper, dig. S. C. Iowa, 338.
Restricted or special indorsement. Armour Bros. Bank v. Bank, in full, S. C. Kan, 194.
Rights of bona fide purchaser without indorsement in, dig. U. S. C. C., N. D. Ill., 437.
Rights of purchaser with notice from bona fide holders. Q. & A., 439.
"Stipulation for attorney's fees in promissory notes." Isaac N. Payne, 282.
"Stipulation in note to pay attorney's fee-Control of Court over."
"Stipulation to pay exchange in negotiable paper" Adelbert Hamilton, 146.
Transfer after maturity, dig. S. C. Cal., 218.
What is a good indorsement to protect bona fide purchaser from equities, dig. U. S. C. C., N. D. Ill., 437. What is, dig. S. C. Tex., 80.
Affidavits of jurors, dig. S. C. Ga., 299.
Improper admission of evidence, though jury ordered to disregard it, ground for, dig. S. C. Tex., 380. Improper remarks of counsel ground for, dig. S. C. Iowa, 380; S. C. Neb., 398.
Incompetency of attorney, no ground for. C. T., 381. Insufficient charge, ground for, dig. S. C. Neb., 138. Non-age of juror no ground for, dig. Md. Ct. App., 477. What conduct of judge is ground for. C. T., 381.
Delivery of letter to letter-carrier, equivalent to mailing, dig. S. C. Pa., 36.
Officer levying attachment charged with notice that property is not in possession of defendant, dig. S. C. Vt., 358.
Digging up a highway to lay a water pipe not per se a nuisance, dig. S. C. Pa., 198.
Injunction to restrain, dig. S. C. Iowa, 499.
One entrusting certain work to an independent contractor is not responsible for the mode of executing such work, dig. S. C. Pa., 198.
Though plaintiff consented to the building of the thing, of which he now complains as a nuisance, he is not estopped unless he gave such consent, knowing or having reason to know, that the thing when built would be a nuisance, dig. Ky. Ct. App., 119. When statute of limitations begins to run against actions for, dig. S. C. Iowa, 338.
See Criminal Law.
Note given for losses void, Cunningham v. Bank etc. in full. S. C. Ga. 470.
What is a bucket shop, C. T. 361. PARDON.
Re-arrest of prisoner upon breach of conditions upon which the pardon was granted, dig. S. C. Cal., 258. PARENT AND CHILD.
"Right to the custody of children." Irish Law Times, I., 325. II., 345 III, 364, dig. Eng. Ct. App., 418. Step grandfather and step granddaughter right to recover for services rendered. dig. S. C. Kans., 457. PARTNERSHIP.
A mortgage of goods executed by a partnership must be record ed in each of the counties where the partners reside. Granger v. Adams, in full, S. C. Ind.,
Construction of the contract of, dig. Md. Ct. App., 358. Execution of contract, dig. U. S. S. C., 36.
Liability of, on note given, by partner for private purposes, dig. S. C. Mo., 500.
Loan by wife o partner to firm, dig. S. C. Mass. 500 Power of partner in non-trading firm to bind the firm by note, dig. S. C. Mo., 36.
Presumption as to ownership of improvements, made upon lands of the individual partners, dig. S. C. Ohio, 419.
Release of withdrawing partner by firm creditor, dig. S. C. Pa., 358.
Rights of partners between themselves govern third persons, except when latter are misled by them, dig. S. C. Ohio, 419.
"Unincorporated Associations." A. J. Donner, 342.
Device not patentable, dig. S. C. Iowa, 98.
Evidence of unrestricted public use, dig. U. S. S. C.,
License to use, expires by death of licensee, dig. U. S. S. C. 457.
Reissue, too broad, dig. U. S. S. C., 36.
State regulation of sale of patented article, dig. S. C, Ohio, 58.
In matters of law, not criminal, dig. S. C. Ind., 455. PLEADING.
Demurrer effect of, dig, S. C Ind., 458.
In Federal, Courts, dig. U. S. C. C. S. D. N. Y. 477. Pleading injuries to stock in justice's court. Corresp. 280.
A final judgment, subject to review on appeal, can not be brought up by mandamus, dig. U. S. S. C., 118. Check not "bill of exchange" within act of 1875 dig. U. S. C. C., E. D. Mo., 500.
Judicial discretion in directing a verdict in a jury trial, dig. S. C. Dak., 240.
Jurisdiction of justices of the peace, in cases of accounts settled by mistake, Q. & A. 399.
What amounts to waiver of illegal service of process dig. U. S. C. C., E. D. Mo., 386.
See Appellate Practice.
Length of time to acquire title by, Q. & A. 478. PRESUMPTIONS.
Of truth of notarial certificate, dig. S. C. Mo. 498. PROCESS.
Abuse of, to gain jurisdiction dig. S. C. Mo., 499.
Liability of Recorder of Deeds for negligent false entry, dig. S. C. N. J. Ch. Ct., 477.
Power of school board to dismiss teacher. School District v. McCoy, in full, S. C. Kan., 69.
Preferred stock has no priority over mortgage bon ds, dig. U. S. S. C., 35.
Creation of estate in fee simple by will, dig. Md. Ct. App., 36.
Payment of taxes on land of another, dig. S. C. Iowa, 240.
Liability of receiver of corporation for torts. Rogers v. Mobile, etc. R. Co., in full, S. C. Tenn., 290. Rights of domestic creditors upon attempt of foreign receiver to remove property from state, dig. S. C. Ill., 358.
Reco d of court of general jurisdiction can not be overthrown by parol testimony. Watson v. Balch, in full, S. C. Kan., 246.
REMOVAL OF CAUSES.
Case arising under the Constitution of the United States, dig. U. S. C. C., N. D. III., 158. Citizenship at time of application, dig. U. S. S. C., 98. Citizenship, railroad incorporated in several States. Horne v. Boston, etc., in full, U. S. C. C. D. N. H.. 473. Doubt as to jurisdiction, dig. U. S. C. C. E. D. Mo., 500. Local prejudice act, dig. U. S. S. C., 159. Right of promoters of corporation sued for fraudulent issue of stock to, dig. U. S. C. C., S. D., N. Y., 398. REPLEVIN.
Custody of the law. Pipher v. Foredyce, in full, S. C. Ind., 90
Judgment recovered in another State, dig. S. C. Vt., 477.
Drawback on manufactures of imported material, dig. U. S. S. C., 20.
Interest on judgment in action to recover customs duties, dig. U. S. S. C., 98.
Import duties on marble statues, dig. U. S. S. C., 138. RIPARIAN RIGHTS.
License to take water. Kengit v. Great Eastern Ry. in full, Eng. H. Ct., Ch. Div., 206.
Riparian rights can not be granted as an easement, separate from the ownership of the river bank. Omerod v. Todmorden, in full, Eng. Ct. App., 252. Riparian rights upon navigable river can not be taken by eminent domain without compensation. Dolsen v. Mayor of New York, in tull, U. S. C. C., S. D. N. Y., 231.
Duty of purchaser of machine, to fulfill terms of, dig. S.C. Mo,500.
Of devise, invalid, before death of testator, dig. Ky. Ct. App., 500.
Rights of innocent purchaser from vendee in a condition sale, dig. S. C. Vt., 456.
"Severance, to ascertain a chattel, not absolute." Chas. A. Bucknam, 322.
Sunday, effect of sale on. C. T., 461.
What amounts to fraud, which will avoid sale. Lindauer v. Hay, in full, S. C. Iowa, 411. Purchase, with intent not to pay. Ib.
Dual capacity when ex officio collector. Webster v. Smith, in full, S. C. Mo., 55.
Liability of surety, extent of. Q. & A., 458.
Must obey orders of judgment creditor not to collect judgment, dig. 8. C. Mich., 398.
Rights of judgment creditor, dig. S. C. Pa., 218. SLANDER.
Privilege of counsel in course of judicial inquiry, dig. Eng. Ct. App., 419.
Defective title to effect specific performance of contract to convey, dig. S. C. Tex., 80.
Of contract to levy assessment, co-operative life insurance, dig. U. S. S. C., 477.
Right of vendor to, when imperfect title is subsequently perfected, dig. U. S. C. C., E. D., N. Y., 437. STATUTE OF FRAUDS.
A case not within, dig. S. C. App. Va., 419. Facts anounting to part performance to take case out of. Ib.
A proposed amendment, C. T., 1.
Contract for year's service. Cole v. Singerly, in full, Md. Ct, App., 195.
Contract to insure real estate, not within, dig., S. C. Minn., 477.
Joint oral purchase, rights between joint purchasers, dig. S. C. App. Va., 500.
What is good memorandum under, dig. S. C. Colorado, 380; S. C. Mo., 399.
Who may plead. dig. S. C. App. Va., 419. STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION.
Strict or liberal construction of homestead laws, C. T.,
Extent of liability on guardian's bond, dig. Ky. Ct. App., 138.
Effect of the confession of a judgment by a principal on a replevin bond, dig. S.C. Pa., 198.
Incorporation of obligee, in bond, discharge of, dig. S. C. Pa. 477.
Liability of, on bond of sheriff. Q. & A. 458. Mortgagor on sale of equity becomes, for purchaser, dig. Md. Ct. App., 379.
Right of indorser of note given for stock, to have assignment of same, dig. Va. Ct. App., 438.
Where one of two judgment debtors is surety for the other, the creditor has no right to release levy upon property of the principal debtor, without former's consent, Hyde v. Rogers, in full, S. C. Wis. Participation in indemnity obtained from principal by co-security, dig. S. C. Pa,, 199.
Release by extension granted on usurious considera tion. Fay v. Tower, in full, S. C. Wis., 332.
See Appeal. SURVIVORSHIP, See Evidence.
Assessment wrongful, when, dig. S. C. Ind. 458.
Effect of threats to enforce illegal assessments. Union Ins. Co. v. Alleghany, in full, S. C. Pa., 374. TELEGRAPH.
"Cipher Despatches," Chicago Legal News, 59.