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latter in all suits brought against him for violation
of prohibitory license law is illegal, 482.
JAIL. See municipal corporation.
J^INT TOBT-FEASOB. See release and discharge.
JUDGMENT.

Effect of recording transcript of , with facts stated.



query as to, 61.
reversal of, story told of Senator Wade, C. E. 64.
A decree cancelling deed because of insanity does
not conclude the rights of the grantees to obtaia
specific performance of agreement made before he
became insane, ann. case, 87.
In federal courts as lien, 445.
Of divorce, validity of, in other jurisdictions, 502.
JUDICIAL NOTICE.

As to what is intoxicating in action for sale of in-
toxicating liquors, 60.
JUBISDICTION. See federal courts.

Of federal and State courts, review of treatise on,

by Geo. C. Holt, Esq., 406.
Criminal, over Oherokees and white men in Indian
Territory, 163.
JUBY.

Misconduct of, in using intoxicating liquors while
deliberating, B. D. 416.
JUSTIFICATION. See libel and slander.
KANSAS STATE BAB ASSOCIATION.

Commenting on proceedings of, at Topeka, January

9, 1889, C. E. 77.
Beport of sixth annual meeting of, C. B. 333.
LACHBS.

United States cannot be barred by, B. D. 474.
LANDLORD AND TENANT.

A treatise on, by H. L. Gear, Esq., review of, 92.
LARCENY. See criminal law.
LAW.

Blackstone'a elements of, by U. Blfckensderfer, Esq.,
review of, 267.
LAWYERS.

Necessity of caution In, Illustration, C. E. 258.
LEGAL REPRESENTATIVES.

Interpretation of the meaning of the term, R. D. 31.
LEGISLATURE. See constitutional law.
LIBEL AND SLANDER.

Words spoken by husband to wife is a publication

in law of, 30.
Law of Michigan declared unconstitutional, R. D. 66.
Defendant pleading truth in Justification of, must

grove averment by preponderance of evidence,
,. D. 80.

Letter written concerning suitor, to prevent a mar-
riage, not privileged, IQQ,

Suggested amendments to law of, C. E. 278.

What constitutes slander of professional man, R. D.
276.

Commenting on Minnesota law of libel, C. E. 868.

Validity of statute as to, 366.

Words spoken by husband to wife not a publication,
R. D. 474.

Charging discharged convict with being a felon is
libelous. 485.

Commenting on case of Sesler v. Montgomery, in
which it was held that communication of slander
by husband to wife is not a publication, 688.
LICENSE. See also taxation.

Allegations of, in actions for sale of intoxicating
liquors, 68.

Burden on accused to prove, in action for sale of
intoxicating liquors, 62.
LIEN.

of bankers on securities in their possession, 484.

Statutory lien of stable keeper on a horse is Inferior
to recorded chattel mortgage, B. D. 477.
LIMITATION.

"Heirs of the body" are words of, ann. case, 191.
LIMITATION OF ACTIONS.

Statute of limitations in mortgage foreclosure,
leading article by C. L. Frazier, Esq., 33, 39.

To foreclose mortgage, 33.

Effect of statute where mortgage executed by surety,
36.

Correspondence In reference to statate of, in Illinois,
a criticism of leading article "Statute of Limita-
tions in Mortgage Foreclosures," 67.

As to possession under the statute. Q. A. 119.

Correspondence as to the Illinois law of, in refer-
ence to mortgage and note and the time within
which they are barred, 92, 142.

Statute set in motion by void tax deed, B. D. 167.

Interpretation of word "concealed" in statute, B. D.
168.

When statute begins to run against stockholder's
liability for unpaid subscriptions, 297.

United States not barred by, B. D. 474.
filALICIOUS PBOSECUTION.

Discharge of plaintiff iB not prima faeie evidence of
want of probable cause, B. D. 279.

In action for, plaintiff may prove good reputation,
B. D. 876.
MALPBACTICE.

Operation on wife without consent of husband, B.
D.188.
MANDAMUS. See equity.
MANDATE.

What is. under the civil law, C. E. 498.
BIABBIAGB.

Mutual consent of parties absolutely essential to a,
B. D. 132.



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BoYOkes will, R. D. 157.

Of divorced parties void by law of their domlcil is
void elsewhere, ann. case, 880.
BCABRIUn WOMAN. See also domicU.

Mortgage by without joioder of husband, R. D. 187.

Claim of homestead by, R. D. 256.

Legal ttatuM of. determined by law of her domicile.879
MASSAGHUSBTT8.

Issue between legislature and supreme court in, O.

MASTER AND SERVANT.

Liability of master for injury to servant throujgh

negligence of fellow -servant acting as superin-
tendent, R. D. 56.
Commenting on progress in law of, and tendency of

courts to restrict the common law rule, 0. E. 77.
Liability of master for injury to servant received

while working on Sunday, R. D. 281.
As to who are fellow- servants in law of negligence,

875.
Effect of contract by servant to violate obligation to

master, 4M.
Liability of master for unauthorized act of servant,

465.
MATTHEWS, STANLEY.

Choice of successor to, C. E, 298.
MEASURE OF DAMAGES.

Against broker failing to obey instructions of em-



ployer to, 374.



MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE.

Congress of, held in New York, 606.
MERCANTILE AGENCY.

Reports of , to non- subscribers are not privileged,

R.D.55.
Witness may testify as to meaning of a report in
blank by, R. D. 55.
MICHIGAN.

Averments in actions on policies of insurance as to

declarations in the application for, 5.
Libel law of 1885 declared unconstitutional, R. D. 66.
Law of, in action for injury by a dog, C. £. 180.
Convictions for murder In, 486.
MIHILT/S COMMERCIAL LAW.

Review of, 486.
MINNESOTA.

Statute providing for assignment for benefit of cred-

ititi-s declared valid, 78.
Law of libel in, 858.

Statutory liability of stockholders in, 506.
MINOR.

Without parent or guardian can legally obtain liquor
in Georgia, 77.
MORMON CHURCH CASE.

Legal features of the. C. E. 205.
MORTGAGE.

Actions for foreclosure of, 88-88.

Effect of covenant to pay debt on right to foreclose,86

With power of sale, query as to, 51.

Right to tax, on land in another State, R. D. 57.

Under what circumstances mortgagee is liable for

rents and profits, ann. case, 139.
Married woman no power to make, except by deed

in which her husband joins, R. D. 187.
Priority of unrecorded over recorded mortgage, R.

D.274.
Subrogation of insurance company, who has paid

loss to mortgagee, R. D. 277.
Foreclosure and redemption of, given for support.

As to foreclosure and redemption must be g[overned
bv law in existence at time of execution, R. D. 686.
MUNlCflPAL CORPORATIONS.

A city has not the power to fix the annual charge for
the use of telephones therein, unless such power
is found in a reasonable and fair construction of
its charter, ann. case, 89.

Ofllcers of, liable personally for injuries received
where they undertake on their own responsibility
to execute public work, R. D. 81.

Liabilitv of, for false imprisonment by city marshal,
R. D. o85.

Not liable to owner of building crushed by the fall-
ing of burnt building, ann. case, 362.

Liability of, for damages by firing cannon in public
park, R. D. 898.

Liability of, to prisoner in jail injured through negli-
gence, 494.

Service of process on, when there Is no officer In ex-
■Istence, R. D. 614.

Not liable in absence of statute for injuries to one
falling in sewer in process of construction, ann.
case, 622.
MURDER. See criminal law.
MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY.

Right of, to invoke doctrine of ultra v<re<, ann. case,

Effect of certificate payable to member at twenty-
one years of age, 808.
MYRA CLARK GAINES' CASE,
commenting on, C. E. 518.



Convention held in St. Louis, to further a, O. B. MP.
NBGATIVB AVERMENT.

In actions for sale ot intoxicating liquors, 66.
NATIONAL BANKING ACT. See banks and banking.
NATIONAL BANKRUPT LAW.

Movement in direction of. C. E. 181.
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT.

Stipulation in note providing for payment of attor-
ney's fees, valid, R. D. 80.
Right to sue maker of note and also one who as-
sumes it. 81.
Validity of note payable on certain contingency, B.

D. 180.
Transferee of negotiable note In pasrment of anteoe-
dent debt Is a oonaJUU purchaser for value, B. I>.
132.
Guarantor of promissory note is liable without notice

of non-payment or demand, R. D 908.
Validity of note given for money used in option

dealing, ann. case, 218.
Effect upon indorser of note altered in g^ood faith by

maker. R. D. 466.
Stipulations for attorneys fees in promissory notes,

leading article by D. R. N Blackburn, Esq., 477.
Whether stipulations in note for attorneys fees, void

for usury. 477.
Whether stipulation for attorneys fees renders note

non negotiable, 479.
Whether stipulation In note for attorneys fees la
void as sgainst public policy, 481.
NBGLIGENCE^OF FELLOW-SERVANT. See master and

servant.
NEGLIGENCE. See also release and discharge.

Of driver of a vehicle is not the negligence of a pas-
senger injured, through the negligence of a third
person, R. D. 38.
Liability of railroad company for defective highway,

R. D. 169.
Proof of. in action for malpractice, R. D. 184.
Of bicycle rider in running over pedestrian, 856.
Liability of owner of burnt building for injuries to

adjacent building by f aUlng walls, 862.
As to degree of care required of children, R. D. 894.
Carrier cannot exempt itself from liability for, B. D.

414.
Liability of railroad for injurv to trespasser, 466.
Of city In maintenance of jaU, 494.
One killed crossing railroad tracks not gnWty of
contributory negligence, where absence offlagman
and his permitting gate to remain open put de-
ceased off his guard, R. D. 514.
NOTE. See negotiable instrument.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION. See divorce.
NOTICE.

Chattel mortgage upon growing grain Is not con-
structive notice to third parties of a mortgage on
the same grain thereafter lawfully placed In crib
or bin, ann. case, 643.
NUISANCE.

As to what acts w*ll justify court of equity in re-
straining a, defendant being on his own property,
B. D. 181.
OCCUPANCY.

Averments as to, in actions on policies of insurance,
6.
OFFICE AND OFFICERS.

Service of process on municipal corporation when
no officer in existence, R. D. 614.
OKLAHOMA. See Cherokee nation.
OPTIONS. See naming.
ORDINANCE. Bee also constitutional law.

Of city regulating public parades, void when un-
reasonable, R. D. 54.
regulating public parades void when, R. D. 188.
Of city of C)oncordia against baby carriages, 466.
OWNERSHIP. See title.
PARENT AND CHILD.

Possession of child not given to Its mother when, E.

D. 486.
Suit brought by child for Injuries before its birth,
486.
PARTICEPSCRIMINIS. See witness.
PAROL EVIDENCE. See evidence.
PABTNERSHIP.

As to what facts or acts constitute a, R. D. 82.
Partners not entitled to exemption out of partner-
ship property, 79.
Power of partner to make assignment of partner-
ship property for benefit of creditors, R. D. 209.
Right of surviving partner as trustee to sell stock

of firm to himself, R. D. 277.
Effect of use of trust fund in, by a trustee who is a
member of the firm, ann. case, 840.
PASSENGERS. See carrier.
PATENT. See also equity.

Jurisdiction of federal court to cancel patent ob-
tained by fraud, discussed, O. B. 1.
It is competent for the United States to maintain an
action to cancel a patent procured by fraud. See
United States v. Bell Telephone company, ann.
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Ownership of, DOt destroyed because of non user in
a State where patentee refused to accept regula-
tions established by law» R. D. 82.
PAYMENT.

Of mortgage, presumption of, 34.
PBDDLER8. See taxation.
PERSONAL PROPERTY. See domicil.
PHELPS. EX-MINISTER.

Address of, before the Glasgow Juridical society,
406.
PHOTOGRAPH.

Right to print and expose copies of for sale, 0. E.

PHYSICIANS.

Statute regulating and licensing is valid, ann. case,
262.
PICTURE. See photograph.
PLEADING.

Proper modes of, in actions on policies of insur-
ance, 3.
How conditions subsequent and precedent should

be pleaded in actions on policies of insurance, 4.
In actions for sale of intoxicating liquors, 58, 69.
Petition on policy of insurance, 324.
POLICE OFFICERS AND CORONERS.

Powers and duties of, by R. H. Vickers, Esq., review
of, 344.
POLICE POWER. See constitutional law.
POLICY OF INSURANCE. See Insurance.
POLYG A MY. See Mormon church case.
POSSESSION.

Of mortgaged goods retained by mortgagor when
fraudulent, ann. case, 463.
POWER OF SALE.

Under terms of will exercisible pnly during life-
time of beneficiary, R. D. 476.
PREFERENCE. See assignment for benefit of credit-
ors.
PRESUMPTION.

Of payment of mortgage, 84.
PRINCIPAL AND AGENT.

Agent who Iffnorantly agrees to find purchase
patent not legally saleable, is entitled to his
mission, R. D. 207.
Whether notice to agent of unrecorded mortgage is

notice to principal, R. D. 275.
Effect of oral statement to insurance agent upon

written condition in policy, R. D. 296.
Duty of broker in respect to obeying employer's In-

stiuctlons. R. D. 374.
Measure of damages against broker failing to obey

instructions of principal, 874.
Parol evidence not admissible to prove agent signed
name of principal intending to bind himself, ann.
case, 422.
Right of broker to commission for exchange of land

where title is found bad, R. D. 456.
Liability where agent issues fraudulent bill of lad-
ing. 603.
PRISONER. See municipal corporation.
PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATIONS.

In law of libel and slander, what are, 109.

A treatise on, by John F. Haggeman Esq., review of,

386.
Letters written by husband to wife, in the hands of
latter's attorney are, R. D. 686.
PROBABLE CAUSE. See malicious prosecution.
PROCESS. See municipal corporation.
PROMISSORY NOTE. See negotiable instrument.
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.

Improper and illegal remarks of, in opening case
for State, R. D. 82.
PUBLIC PARADE.

Validity of city ordinance regulating, R. D. 64, 138.
PUBUC POLICY.

Contract void as against, R. D. 454.

Stipulation in note for attorney's fees whether

against, 481.
Contract between attorney and client void when

against, ann. case, 482.
Contract for Illegal combination void as against, R.
D.684.
PUBLICATION. See husband and wife, Ubel and

slander.
QUERIES AND ANSWERS, 28, 51, 92, 118, 142, 219, 242, 267,

287. 807, 344, 886, 426, 446, 466, 486, 506, 626, 646.
QUIET ENJOYNENT.

What constitutes, 506.
RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.

iDiunctlon restraining, from fixing railroad charges,

U.E.230.
Right to fix rates, C. E. 494.
RAILROAD COMPANIES. Sea also carrier, negligence.
Constitutionality of law requiring engineers to be

examined for color blindness, 64.
Effect of ordinance of city requiring railroad com*

f>any to take out license for carrying passengers^OS
able for injuries by reason of defective highway,
169.
Statutory requirement as to fencing track, R. D. 182.



Rules of, must not be unreasonable, R. D. 268.
Validity of statute requiring employees of, to be

examined for color blindness, R. D. 296.
Views of Henry Clews as to railroad legislation, O.

E.318.
Ignoring rights of minority of stockholders in man-
agement of, C. B. 868.
Statute requiring upper berth in sleeping car to be

closed, invalid, 406.
Effect of consolidation of, on creditors, R. D. 415.
Must not discriminate against any class in furnish-
ing accommodations, tt8.
Liability to trespassers injured, R. D. 456.
Power to prevent commissioners from establishing

ruinous rates, 494.
RAPE. See criminal law.

REAL ESTATE AGENT. See principal and sgent.
RECENT PUBLICATIONS.

Table of cases and Index American Decisions, 28.

New York chancery reports. Vol. Ill, 62.

Digest of Insurance cases, 62.

Gear's landlord and tenant, 92.

Reeve's domestic relations, 143.

Thompson's law of trials, 196.

The green bag, 218.

American ana English R. R. cases. Vol. XXXIV. 218.

American and English encyclopedia of law, 242.

Blickensderfer's Blackstone's elements of law, 267.

American and English corporation cases. Vol. XXI.

287.
The code of evidence of State of New York, 848.
The powers and duties of police officers and coro-
ners, 344.
American constitutional law, by J. I. Clark Hare,

LL.D., 366.
A manual of criminal law, by Lewis Hochheimer,

Esq., 366.
Power to sell land for non payment of taxes, by

Robert S. Blackwell.
Treatise on private corporations, by Wm. Wharton

Smith, Esq.
Privileged communications, by John F. Hageman,

Esq., 385.
Law of executors and administrators, Jas. Schouler,

Esq., 406.
Concurrent jurisdiction of federal and state courts,

406.
A dictionary of law, by Wm. C. Anderson, Esq., 406.
American State reports. Vol. IV. 446.
Summary of commercial law of United States, by L.

K. MibiUs, Esq , 486.
Federal decisions. Vol. XXVI. 486.
The law of agency, by Floyd R. Mechem, Esq., 626.
REDEMPTION. See mortgage.
REEVE'S DOMESTIC RELATIONS.

Review of. R. P. 143.
REGISTRATION. See registry laws.
REGISTRY LAWS. See sJso elections and voteis.
Constitutionality of, 210.
Authority to enact. 210.
Enactments must be reasonable, 211.
Uniformity required In, 212.
Remedy to compel re/lstration, 213.
RELEASE AND DISCHARGE.

Effect of, where one Injured by negligence of two

companies accepts certain sum In full from one and

agrees to prosecute the other, R. D. 517.
RELIGIOUS CORPORATION. See equity.
REMOVAL OF CAUSES.

Commenting on article of Judge Maxwell on *'Local

Prejudice'^ clause of act, C. E. 105.
For prejudice or local Infiuence, leading article, by

Hon. Samuel Maxwell, 109.
Text of the act of Aug. 13, 1888, 113.
Construction of statute of 1887, as to citizenship as

ground for, R. D. 156.
Under act of 1887, leading article, by H. Campbell

Black Esq , 299.
Policy of act of 1887, 299.
Statutes repealed by act of 1887, 299.
What suits removable, under act of 1887, 299.
Citizenship as ground of, 300.
Suits by assignees under act of 1887, 300.
Separable controversies under act of 1887, 801.
Prejudice and local Infiuence clause of act of 1887,

301.
Time of removal, 302.

Jurisdictional amount under act of 1887, 302.
Appellate Jurisdiction of United States supreme

court under act of 1»)7, 308.
Procedure under act of 1887, 437.
RENTS AND PROFITS.

Liability of attaching creditor as mortgagee for, 139.
REPAIR, see insurance.

REPORTS OF CASES determined in New York Chan-
cery Court, Book m.
Review of, R. P. 62.
REPUTATION.

Proof of, in action for malicious prosecution, 376.
REQUISITION. See extradition.
RES ADJUDICATA. See Judgment.



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RB8 GE8TAB. See eyidence.
BCLB IN 8H£LLBY'S 0A8B.

Operation of Id Georgia, ann. case, 191.
SALB. See also intoxloatlDg liquors.

Of homestead for debt antedating law providing for
right thereof, 81.

Meiiiorandum of, under statute of frauds may be
made from several writings connected together,
B. D. 56.
SALVATION ABMT.

Bight of, to parade on streets, 54, 183.
SOHOULBB^a LAW OF EXBGUTOBS AND ADMINI8-

TBATOB8.
Bevlew of, 405.
SGIBNTEB.

Of seller of intoxicating liquors, 50.
8BDU0TI0N.

Woman who has been unchaste but has reformed
mav be seduced, B. D. 497.

Criminal indulgence with lewd woman cannot be,
B. D. 497.
SBNTBNCB.

Form of, in execution by electricity, 182.
SET-OFF.

Bight of, against insolvent corporation. 854.
SHABBS OF STOCK. See corporation.
SLANDBB. See libel and slander
SMITH ON PBIVATB COBPOBATIONS.

Beview of, 886.
SPBCIFIC PE BFOBMANCB. See equity, Judgment.
STATB BBPOBTBB.

Bight of, to obtain copyright, 115.
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS. See limitations of ac-
tions.
STOCKHOLDEBS.

When statute of limitations begins to run against
liability of, B. D. 297.

Liability of, where each subscriber is given full paid
stock for amount paid in, 886.

Bights of minority, m.

Liability of, where stock is paid for in land B. D. 894.

Bight of, to inspection of corporation books, 899.

Act for protection of minority stockholders, 425.

Statutory liability of, in Minnesota, 506.
STOCK KILLING.

_ Liability for, by railroad companies, B. D. 182.
STOCK EXCHANGE. See board of trade.
ST. PAUL ADVOCATE.

A few remarks intended especially for the, C. E. 898.
SUBSCBIPTION. See Contract.
SUNDAY.

Liubllitv of master for injury to servant working on,

SUPREME COUBT.

Bight of legislature to obtain opinion of, 478.
SUPBEME COUBT COMMISSION.

Of ludiana declared unconstitutional, C. E. 898.
SWETT, LEONABD.

Notice of death of, 545.
TAXATION.

Mortgage owned by resident of one State upon land
in another subject to, in former State, B. D. 57.

Of cemetarles, 86.

Of franchise granted by the United States is void,
K. D. 108.

Louisiana law of, does not impair obligation of con-
tracts, B. D. 156.

Of shares of stock in a foreign corporation, B, D. 282.

Power to impose license tax on peddlers, B. D. 476.

Void tax deed gives color of title, B. D. 167.
TAX TITLES.

The law of, by Bobert 8. BlackweU, Esq., review of,
886.

TEACHEB AND PUPIL.

Bight of teacher to inflict corporal punishment on
V ^?£f*' leading article, by Eugene McQuiUen,

Belaiiun of, 284.
Objects of punishment, 286.
When punishment may be inflicted, 235.
Severity of punishment, 236.
TELEGBAPH COMPANIES.

Uequlred to remove pole and wires, 418.
Power of, to restrict or limit liability, B. D. 617.
TELPHONE.

Commenting on case of United States v. Bell Tele-

phoue company and Jurisdiction of United States

court to cancel patents obtained by fraud, C. E. 1.
Jurisdiction of United States conrt to cancel patent

obtained by fraud, 1, 8.
Bight of the State to prescribe a maximum rate for

use of telephones, 39.
Law of the, leading article, by James McCall.Esq.,

Nature of the business, 358.
A common carrier of news, 858.
Bights of telephone companies, 858.
Duties and obligations of companies. 368.
Legislation as to the, 860.



Evidence as to telephonic transactions, 861.
Admissibility in evidence of oommnnioations by,
425.
TBNANIS IN COMMON. See husband and wife.
TENNESSEE.

Law of, as to specific performance of sale of land,
B. D. 257.
"TEXAS CATTLE."

Statute against upheld, B. D, 264.
TITLE

What constitutes sufficient averment of, in aetfons

on policies of Insurance, 6.
Color of .void tax deed gives, B. D. 167.
TBADE MABK.

Symbol on cigar boxes not a valid trade- mark, B. D.
897.
TBAMPS. See beggars.
TBEATY.

Binding force of, C. E. 478.
TBBSPA6SEB. See negligence.
TBIALs.

Treatise on the law of, by Seymour D. Thompson,
L.L. D., review of, 196.
TBUST AND TBU8TEE.

Perversion and violation of trust by religious cor-
poration, 132.
Efiect of intermingling of trust funds by trustee, 840.
Power to establish trust, by evidence of rules and

customs of the Catholic cnurch, B. D. 276.
Bight of surviving partner as trustee to sell stock
of firm to himself, B. D. 277.
"TBU8T8"

Beview of article as to legality of, by Theo. W.

Dwlght. C. E. 29.
Commentin|f on decision of Judge Barrett, Supreme

Court of New York, as to the sugar trust, 58.
Statistics as to, C. B. 818.
In England, 426.

Commenting on recent enactments in Missouri, Kan-
sas and Texas, as to, C. B. 588.
Action of New York legislature in reference to, 0. B.

588.
Contract for service in negotiating a combination
between corporations void as forbidden by
statute and by public policy. B. D. 534.
Language of Chief Justice Fuller in declaring com-
mon law disability of, 584.
UNITED STATES SUPBEME COUBT.

Commenting on measures for the relief of, C. E. 129.
Successor to Justice Matthews in, C. E. 293.
Qualification of Justice of, 293.
The vacancy in the, O. E. 413.
Delay In litigation before, C. E. 468.
USUBY.

Whether stipulations In notes for attorney's fees
void for, leading article, 477.
VICIOUS ANIMAL.

Law In Michigan as to, 180.

Action for injuries by, leading article by B. E. Black,

Esq., 185.
Who is liable for keeping, 135.
Scienter In actions for Injuries by, 186.
Statutory actions for Injuries by, 189.
Knowledge of servant as to vicfousness is imputable
to the master. 189.
VOLUNTARY CONVEYANCE. See fraudulent convey-

ance.
WAGER. See gaming.
WABBANTY. See also insurance.

As to occupancy of premises in actions on policies
of insurance, 6.
WATEB8 AND WATEB-COUBSES.

Bight to recover damages to adjacent lands by ob-
struction of water- courses by bridge, B. D. 233.
WHABTON, FBANCIS.

Notice of death of, C. E. 254.
WIGMOBE, JNO. H.

Beview of Australian ballot system by, C. E. 153.
WILL. See also devise.

Whether limitations In, were void as being in restraint



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