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Rev. 168 [1906].

Constitutional limitations as to territories.
4 Uw Notes [N. Y.J 185 [1901].

Constitutional questions suggested by recent
acquisitions. [Paul Fuller] 1 Colum. L.
Rev. 108 [1901].

Constitutionality of general arbitration trea-
ties. [Everett P. Wheeler] 17 Green
Bag, 533 [1905].

The extent and limitations of the treaty-
making power under the constitution.
[Chandler P. Anderson] 1 Am. J. Int.
L. 636 [1907].

Federal control of corporations. [£. W.
Huffcut] 34 Am. L. Rev. 186 [1900].

Federal control of corporations. [Jolin Bell
Sanborn] 37 Am. L. Rev. 703 [190B].

Federal control of corporations — a public
necessity. [William J.Curtis] 17 Green
Bag, 138 [1905].

Federal control of insurance corporations.
[William R. Vance] 17 Green Bag, 83
[1905].

Government ownership of public utilities.
[Christopher G. Tiedeman] 16 Harv.
L. Rev. 476 [1903].

The judicial power in a constitutional govern-
ment. [Horace H. Lurton] 44 Ohio
L. B. 85 [1900].

Power of general government to protect its
officers and to control anarchy. [Joseph
B. Thompson] 35 Am. L. Rev. 807
[1901].

Power of the senate to amend a treaty.
[B. M. Thompson] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 427
[1905].

Power of the United States to acquire terri-
tory, and of the congress to govern it.
[Pope Barron] 1 So. L. Rev. 317 [1901].

The powers of congress over treaties. [Her-
man W. Morris] 37 Am. L. Rev. 363
[1903].

Punishment of anarchy — constitutional limi-
tations. ]Percy L. Edwards] 64 Alb.
L. J. 290 [19021.



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Relation between the general government
and the states. [Thomas J. Johnston]
10 Uw Notes [N. Y.J 186 [1907].

Supreme Court of the United States: its
place in the constitution. [Joaoph H.
Choate] 5 J. Comp. Leg. 45; 65 Alb. L.
J. 203; 2 Can. L. Rev. 646 [1908].

The treaty-making power. [L. Ath«rlfy-
Jones] 42 L. J. 511 [1907].

Treaty-making power. [Shackelford Miller]
41 Am. L. Rev. 527 [1907].

The treaty making power and the House of
Representatives. [Paul A. Moaes] 22
Nat. Corp. Rep. 804 [1901].

Treaty-making power and the reserved sover-
eignty of the states. [Arthur K. Kuhn]
7 Colum. L. Rev. 172 [1907].

Treaty-making power under the constitution.
[John W. Foeter] 11 Yale L. J. 69 [1901].

Two theories as to the implied powers of the
government. [Margaret C. Klingel-
smlth] 54 Am. L. Reg. 214 [1906].

IV. Police Fewer,

Constitutional limitations of the police power.

[S. S. MerrUI] 51 Cent. L. J. 225 [1900].
Has the Federal Government a police power?

32 Nat. Corp. Rep. 849 [1906].
Interstate commerce and the police power.

[George A. TaUey] 40 Chic. Leg. N. 12

[1907].
Is there a federal police power? [Paul Fuller]

4 Colum. L. Rev. 563 [1904].
State police powers and federal property

guarantees. [Charles C. Marshall] 4

Colum. L. Rev. 153 [1904].

V. Personal, CioU, andPolUical Rights,
Citizenship and allegiance in constitutional

and international law. [W. W. Wil-

loughby] 1 Am. J. Int. L. 914 [1907].
Common encroachments on constitutional

Uberty. [Moms N. Amis] 1 N. C.

L. J. 273 [1900].
Consent of the governed. [Wilbur Larre-

more] 40 Am. L. Rev. 161 [1906].
The constitution and inequality of rights.

[Edwin Burritt Smith] 10 Yale L. J.

146 [1901].
The constitution and religion. [Solomon

Mendels] 14 Green Bag, 411 [1902].
Constitutional aspects of employers liability

legislation. [Ernst Freund] 19 Green

Bag, 80 [1907].



Constitutional aspects of the senatorial

debate on the raihoad rate bill. [James

Wallace Bryan] 41 Am. L. Rev. 801

[1907].
Constitutional aspects of the Tillman-

McLaurin controversy. pPrederick L.

SIddona] 12 Yale L. J. 21 [1902].
Constitutional question suggested by the trial

of William D. Haywood. [Charlea P.

McCarthy] 19 Green Bag, 636 [1907].
Constitutional power of the courts over

admission to the bar. [Blewett Lee]

13 Harv. L. Rev. 283 [1899].
Constitutional right of congress to refuse a

seat to a member elect presenting a

valid certificate of election. [H. F.

Pownall] 6 Kan. Uw. 4 [Feb. 1900].
Constitutional "right of refusal to deal.**

[Frederick H. Cooke] 63 Alb. L. J.

300, 475; [Charles E. Patterson] 63 Alb.

L. J. 404 [1901].
The constitutional view of the race question.

[John S. Wise] 48 Ohio L. B. 715 [1903].
The constitutionality of the Beveridge child

labor bill. [Edwin Mazey] 39 Chic.

Leg. N. 398 [1907].
Constitutionality of larceny from the person

of an unknown person. [Joseph M.

SuUivan] 69 Alb. L. J. 332 [1907].
Constitutionality of legislation against ticket-

scalpere. 5 Law Notes [N. Y.] 43 [1901].
Constitutionality of states civil rights acts.

[From N. Y. Law Jnl.] 15 Nat. Corp.

Rep. 399 [1897].
The constitutionality of a statute authorizing

the erection of telegraph poles in the

public highway without compensation

to the abutting property owner. [Wil-
liam T. Raymond] 61 Cent. L. J. 24

[1905].
Courts and the people. [John Woodward]

7 Colum. L. Rev. 559 [1907].
Curfew ordinances and constitutional law.

[Arthur F. Anundsen] 4 Law Notes

(N. Y.] 107 [1900].
A doctrine of civil liberty. [Hiram L. Sibley]

52 Ohio L. B. 269 [1907].
The fifteenth amendment and negro suffrage.

3 Uw Notes [N. Y.J 209 [1900].
Implied limitations upon the exercise of the

legislative power. [Richard C. Dale]

49 Am. L. Reg. 580 [1901].



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Income tax and the constitution. [Edmund

B. Whitney] 20 Harv. L. Rev. 280 [1907].
Initiative and referendum under the federal

constitution. [Henry W. Bond] 56 Cent.

L. J. 444 [1908].
Initiative and referendum under the United

States constitution. [T. A. Sherwood]

66 Cent. L. J. 247 [1903].
Is colonization a crime — or does the con-
stitution follow the flag? [E. H. Randle]

41 Am. L. Rev. 705 [1907].
Is the initiative and referendum repugnant

to the constitution of the United States?

[WilUs L. Hand] 58 Cent. L. J. 244 [1904.]
Is there an unwritten constitution in the

United States? Are acts of the legis-
lature void because violative of common

right? [Henry M. Dowlina] 62 Cent.

L. J. 144 [1906].
Japanese school incident at San Francisco

from the point of view of international

and constitutional law. [Theodore P.

Ion] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 326 [1907].
The judicial history of individual liberty.

[Van Vechten Veeder] 16 Green Bag,

23, 101. 177. 247, 317, 395, 471, 529,

591, 673. 725 [1904].
Jury trial and the Federal Constitution.

[William CuUen Dennis] 6 Colum. L.

Rev. 423 [1906].
Legal right of a state to limit the suffrage.

[John Woodward] 1 So. L. Rev. 338

[1901].
Legal status of our new possessions. [Paul

Rowland] 6 West. Res. L. J. 189 [1901].
No one shall be compelled in any criminal

case to be a witness against himself.

[Charles E. Lehman] 47 Am. L. Reg.

78 [1899].
Our new possessions. [James Bradley

Thayer] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 464 [1899].
People of the United States. [Simeon E.

Baldwin] 8 Yale L. J. 159 [1899].
The persistence of the doctrine of natural

rights. 32 Nat. Corp. Rep. 637 [1906].
Political significance of the case of Madbury

vs. Madison, [Christopher G. Tiede-

man] 2 Brief. 3 [1899].
Power of state legislatures to fix the mini-
mum amount of wages to coal miners.

[R. M. Benjamin] 64 Alb. L. J. 349;

6 Law Notes [N. Y.] 120 [1902].



Power of the state to regulate prices and
charges. [G. A. Finkelnburg] 6 Am.
Uw. 125 [1898]; 9 do. 381 [1901].

Racial discrimination. [Darius H. Pingrey]
27 Nat. Corp. Rep. 92. 115 [1908].

Some effects of outlaying dependencies upon
the United States. [Henry C. Morris]
39 Chic. Leg. N. 206 [1907].

State and official liability. [Edmund M.
Parker] 19 Harv. L. Rev. 336 [1906].

Status of our new possessions. [Abbott Law-
rence Lowell] 13 Harv. L. Rev. 155
[1899].

Status of our new territories. [C. C. Lang-
deU] 12 Harv. L. Rev. 365 [1899].

Veto power as seen from a comparative
study of American constitutions. [Willis
Vickery] 6 West. Res. L. J. 134 [1900].

VI. Vested Rights,

Absolute rights and the coal strike. 1 Okla.

L. J. 64 [1902].
Franchises affected by change of sovereignty.

[Paul FuUer] 3 Colum. L. Rev. 241

[1903].
History of the adoption of Art. IV, Sec. I.

and its effects on judgments. [George

P. Costigan, Jr.] 4 Colum. L. Rev. 470

[1904].
How judgments are affected by the "full

faith and credit" section of the United

States Constitution and the Acts of

Congress of May 26. 1790. and March

27. 1804. [George Costigan, Jr.] 38

Am. L. Rev. 350 [1904].
State police powers and federal property

guarantees. [Charles C. Marshall]

4 Colum. L. Rev. 153 [1904].

VII. ObligaHon of Contracts,

The constitutional protection of the obligation

of contracts. [Chas. W. McRinney] 53

Cent. L. J. 44 [1901].
The obligation of contract in its relation

to the U. S. constitution. [T. F. C.

Damarest] 67 Alb. L. J. 315 [1905].
Significance of the term "contract *' in article

1. section 10, of the constitution. [Wm.

UnderhiU Moore] 14 Kan. Uw. 1

[Sept. 1907].

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IX. PrioiUffis, or ImmimUies, and Class Leg-
iskUioH.

Constitutional provisions against forcing
self-incrimination. (Henry T. Terry]
16 Yale L. J. 127 [1906].

Delegation of legislative power to the Presi-
dent. [Edward B. Whitney] 1 Colum.
L. Rev. 33 [1901].

Ship subsidies and sugar bounty statutes.
[Herman Foster Robinson] 2 Colum.
L. Rev. 525 [1902].

X. Onnmeru Clause,

Constitutional protection of ''original pack-
ages" employed in interstate commerce.
[Henry M. DowUng] 55 Cent. L. J.
342 [1902].

Constitutionality of federal legislation con-
cerning employer and employee engaged
in interstate and foreign commerce.
[Carl V. Wisner] 5 Mich. L. Rev. 639
[1907].

Constitutionality of the law regulating in-
terstate railway rates. [D. Walter
Brown] 6 Colum. L. Rev. 497 [1906].

Development of the commerce clause in the
Federal constitution. [Walter C. Noyes]
16 Yale L. J. 253 [1907].

One phase of federal power under the com-
merce clause of the constitution. [John
C. DonneUy] 2 Mich. L. Rev. 670 [1904].

Power of congress over combinations affect-
ing interstate commerce. [Auguatine
L. Humes] 17 Harv. L. Rev. 83 [1903].

Power of congress to prescribe railroad rates.
[Frank W. Hackett] 20 Harv. L. Rev.
127 [1906].

Power congress to regulate railway rates.
[Victor Morawetz] 18 Harv. L. Rev.
572 [1905].

Railway rate regulation. [Adelbert Moot]
19 Harv. L. Rev. 487 [1906].

The relation of insurance to the commerce
clause in the federal constitution. [Regi-
nald H. Innea] 48 Am. L. Reg. 717
[1900].

XI. Due Prouss and Equal Protection of Laws,
Christian science and religious liberty. [Ed-
ward W. Dickey] 4 Mich. L. Rev. 261
[1906].

Constitutional prohibition of local and special
legislation in Pennsylvania. [Tlioniaa
Raebum White] 49 Am. L. Reg. 623,
687 [1901].



Constitutionality of the Indiana anti-
dgarette law. [Thomaa A. Sims] 4
Mich. L. Rev. 124 [1905].

Constitutionality of state laws for the privi-
lege of doing business involving classifi-
cation and discrimination. [Eugene Mc-
OuiUin] 62 Cent. L. J. 124 [1906].

Constitutionality, operation, and effect of
laws taxing franchises, and especially
the Georgia franchise tax act. [A. G.
PoweU] 11 Am. Uw. 384 [1903].

Demands of labor and the fourteenth amend-
ment. [Roger F. Sturgia] 41 Am. L.
Rev. 481 [1907].

Does the United States constitution inhibit
state laws limiting hours of private
daily employment? [Dana T. Jones]
53 Cent. L. J. 384 [ 1901].

Due process of law. [Alton B. Parlcer] 11
Am. Law 333, 388, 431; 37 Am. L. Rev.
641 [1908].

Due process of law. [Isaac Franldin Rua-
seO] 14 Yale L. J. 322 [1905].

Due process of law. [Hannia Taylor] 41
Am. L. Rev. 354 [1907].

Due process of law and the Torrens system.
[D. C. O'Flaherty] 9 Va. L. Reg. 85
[1903].

Equal protection of the laws. [Isaac F.
RusaeU] 64 Alb. L. J. 425 [1902]; 6 Brief,
24 [1906].

Fourteenth amendment and special assess-
ments on real estate. [Henry Hub-
bard] 14 Harv. L. Rev. 1, 98 [1900].

Governmental regulation of prices. [Eugene
A. Gilmore] 17 Green Bag, 627 [1905].

The great usurpation. [William Triclcett]
40 Am. L. Rev. 356 [1906].

The growing importance of the fourteenth
amendment. [Hannia Taylor] 41 Am.
L. Rev. 550 [1907].

Limitations upon the power of one state to
exclude the corporations of another.
[Eugene F. Ware] 17 Green Bag, 699
[1905].

Obligation of the legislature and judiciary
to respect constitutional limitations.
[Richard C. Dale] 48 Am. L. Reg. 441
[1900].

Public service company rates and the
fourteenth amendment. [N. Matthews,
Jr., and W. G. Thompson] 15 Harv.
L. Rev. 249, 353 [1902].



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Tbe right of a negro litigant to a trial by a
mixed jury under "the equal protection
of Jthe laws." [GlMida Burke Slay-
maker] 05 Alb. L. J. 131 [1903].

State laws and municipal ordinances against
common rights, interfering with indi-
vidual liberty and regulating personal
association and employment. [Eugeiae
McOuimn] 64 Cent. L. J. 209 [1907|.

Statutes are unconstitutional which impose
the cost of a public improvement upon
adjacent lands. [R. H. Field] 51 Cent.
L. J. 423 [1900].

Taxation of movables and the fourteenth
amendment. [John Basaett Moore]
TColum. L. Rev. 309 [1907].

Unconstitutionality of assessment of private
property by a front foot or area rule.
[R. H. Field] 51 Cent. L. J. 243 [1900].

CONSULS.
See Ambassadors and Consuls.

CONTEMPT.

Arbitrary fines and imprisonment for con-
tempt of court. 106 L. T. 434 [1900].

Attachment or committal. 44 Sol. J. 527(1900].

Contempt. [Linton D. Landnim] 58 Alb.
L. J. 396 [1898].

Contempt in the Federal courts. [^Ullliam
A. Conover] 35 Chic. Leg. N. 30 [1902].

Contempt of court. 113 L. T. 127 [1902].

— 1 N. Ir. Jur. 204, 211 [1901].

— 24 S. A. L. J. 28 [1907].

— [JoMph Baptitta] 2 Bom. L. R. 49 [1900].

— [Wilbur Larremore] 13 Harv. L. Rev.

614 [1900].

Contempt of court and the press. [Arthur
E. Hufthea] 16 Uw Q. Rev. 292 [1900].

Contempt of court by debtors. [W. E. True-
man] 27 Can. L. T. 1 [1907].

Contempt of justices. 62 J. P. 627 [1898];
66 do. 497 [1902].

Extra-territorial jurisdiction — a curious con-
tempt of court question in Siam. 106
L. T. 120 [1898].

A glance at legislative contempt. [Frank
W. Hackett] 11 Green Bag, 226 [1899].

Law of contempt in India. [Sarat Cliandra
Lahiri] 17 Mad. L. J. 387 [1907].

Lord Chief Justice Wilmot's undelivered
opinion in Rex v. Almon, 23 Nat. Corp.
Rep. 534 [1901].

Protecting petty sessional courts from con-
tempt. 67 J. P. 603 [1908].



Repm V. Gray. [G. D. Keogli) 25 Law

Mag. and Rev. 473 [1900].
Statements by attorneys in arguments, plead-
ings, and brief»as to rulings and dedsions.
(Sumner Kenner] 65 Cent. L. J. 331
[1907].
Virginia statute of contempts. [E. W. Saun-
ders] 4 Va. L. Reg. 281, 345 [1898].
CONTINGENT FEES.

^e^Fees.
Contingent remainder or executory devise.
[Jamea M. WiUooz] 50 Am. L. R%..
313 [1902].
CONTRABAND OF WAR.
Are foodstuffs contraband? [Edwin Mai^]
8 Am. Law. 108; 34 Am. L. Rev. 205
[1900].
Blockade and contraband: law and practices
of nations in recent times. [Cliaa. L
Nordonl29UwMag.andRev. 179[1904].
Comparative views on contraband. [Jolm

M. Cover] 2 J. Comp. Leg. 118 [1900].
Continuous voyages and contraband. 108

L. T. 292 [1900].
Continuous voyages in relation to contra-
band of war. [J. WeatlalLe] 15 Law Q.
Rev. 24 [1899].
Contraband and the American dvil war cases.
[Franic E. Hodgina] 36 Can. L. J. 73
[1900].
Contraband consigned to neutral poru.
[R. Candiah Henderson] 12 Jurid. Rev.
131 [1900].
Contraband goods and neutral ports. [E.
L. deHart] 17 Uw Q. Rev. 193 [1901].
Contraband of war. 104 L. T. 569.
~ [J. Robertson Cliriatie] 10 Jurid. Rev.

296 [1898].
Effect of capture of contraband. 123 X. T.

268 [1907].
Exemption of private property at sea from
capture. [Samu^ B. Crandall] 5
Colum. L. Rev. 487 [1905].
Exemption of private property at sea from
capture. [Edwin Maz^] 18 Green Bag,
155 [1906].
Law of contraband and prize. [Tliomaa

Baty] 16 Jurid. Rev. 268 [1904].
Naval or victualling stores: the right of pre-
emption. [R. G. Marsden] 4 J. Comp.
Leg. 45 [1902].
Neutral trade in contraband of war. [Douglas
Owen] 31 Uw Mag. and Rev. 51 [1905].



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Ruaeia and contraband. 20 Law Q. Rev. 339

[1904].

State interference in [a] contraband trade,

[b] bkKkade-running. [F. W. Pftyn]

24 Uw Mag. and Rev.203, 329, 448[1899].

Contractors, The liability of. 67 J. P.

409 [1903].
CONTRACTS.
Acceptance of an offer by poet. [Priyanath

Sen] 3 Cal. L. J. 1 [1906].
The "affecting" of contracU by statute. 116

L. T. 470 (1904].
Afterthoughts on consideration. pPrederick
Ponockl 17 Uw Q. Rev. 415; 1 Can.
L. Rev. 135 [1901].
Anti-trust legislation and the doctrine against
contracts in restraint of trade. [Fred-
erick H. Cooke] 33 Am. L. Rev. 63 [1899].
Application of the doctrine of res ipsa lo^Uur
and the effect therKm of the contrac-
tural relations fof the parties. [Cyrus
J. Wood] 57 Cent. L. J. 65 [1903].
The appointment of parties to convey in
place of defaulting parties. 34 Ir. L.
T. 289 [1900].
Articles of association and the law of con-
tract. 106 L. T. 146 [1999].
Assignability of contract. [Frederic C.
Wopdwatd] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 23 [1904].
Assignment — Doctrine of Boston Ice Co.
V. Potter. [George P. Costiftan, Jr.]
6 Colum. L. Rev. 32 [1907].
Award or valuation. 46 Sol. J. 210 [1902].
Bank notices as contracts. 15 Bank. L. J.

199 [1898].
A blow to architects. 24 L. Notes [Gib.]

147 [1905].
Breach of contract — plea of leave and license

as a defense. 40 Ir. L. T. 99 [1906].
Breach of one installment of a divisible con-
tract. [Francis H. Bohlen] 48 Am. L.
Reg. 391, 468 [1900].
Building contracts. 22 L. Notes [Gib.] 183

[1903].
C. I. F. and F. O. B. contracts. Ill L. T.

26 [1901].
Codification of the doctrine of rescission.
[Francis M. Burdick] 4 Colum. L. Rev.
264 [1904].
Combinations of contracts relating to the
sale of personal property. [Edward
S. Rapallo] 14 Am. Uw. 52 [1906].



The common law theory of contract. (Charles

Morse] 39 Can. L. J. 379 [1903].
Competency to contract in India. [Satish

Chandra Banerjl] 1 Alia. L. J. 50 [1904].
The completion of contracts by mail or tele-
graph. [Charles Noble Gregory] 48

Am. L. R^. 354 [1900].
Conditional sale contracts in bankruptcy.

(Max Isaac] 10 Am. Uw. 535 [1902].
Conditions in contract. [Clarence D.

Aahl^] 14 Yale L. J. 424 [1906].
Conditions in omtracts. [Geo. P. Coatlgan*

Jr.] 7 Colum. L. Rev. 151 [1907].
The conflict of laws: contracts. [E. Lafleur]

3 Rev. Ug. 423 [1897].
Conflict of laws — substance or obligation

of contract distinguished from remedy.

[Raleigh C. Minor] 16 Harv. L. Rev.

262 [1903].
Consideration in the English law of contract.

[Rankine Wilson] 28 Uw Mag. and

Rev. 25 [1902].
Consideratk>n in Natal. 4 Natal L. Q. 206

[1905].
Constitutional protection of the obligation

of contracts. [Chaa. W. McKinn^]

53 Cent. L. J. 44 [1901].
Constructive contracts. [George P. Coa-

tigan, Jr.] 19 Green Bag, 512 [1907].
The contract arising under a notice to treat.

44 Sol. J. 747 [1900].
Contract which the law creates after a breach,

imperfect performance, or abandonment.

[Chaa. W. McKinn^] 52 Cent. L. J.

288 [1901].
Contracts against public policy. 122 L. T.

523 [1907].
Contracts by lunatics. [Henry Goudy]

17 UwQ. Rev. 147 [1910].
Contracts by telegram. 110 L. T. 32 [1900];

112 do. 101 [1902].
Contracts by tender — continuing offers.

13 Mad. L. J. 45 [1903].
ContracU collateral to leases. Ill L. T.

267 [1901].
Contracts: ex pacto acHo nan nascUur, [Ed-
gar S. Shumway] 51 Am. L. Reg. 268

[1903].
Contracts filed under section 25 of the Com-
panies act, 1897. 43 Sol. J. 523 [1899].
Contracts for the benefit of third parties.

105 L. T. 485 [1898].



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Contracts for the benefit of a third person.

[Samuel WUllston] 15 Harv. L. Rev. 767

[1902].
Contracts for the benefit of a third person in

the civil law. [Samuel WUllston] 16

Harv. L. Rev. 43 [1902].
Contracts impossible of performance. [Max

A. Robertson] 14 Green Bag, 184 [1902].
5««3Cal.L.J.39[1906].
Contracts in restraint of trade. [Silas

Alward] 36 Can. L. J. 612 [1900].
Contracts in restraint of trade. [AUan T.

Brinsmade] 5 West. Res. L. J. 165 [1899].
Contracts in restraint of trade. [J. Roberton

Christie] 12 Jurid. Rev. 283 [1900].
Contracts in restraint of trade. [N. W.

Hoyles] 27 Can. L. T. 673 [1907].
Contracts made through the post. [Richard

Robso0] 8 Bom. L. Rep. 185 [1906].
Contracts of indemnity. [T. F. Martin]

4 Com. L. Rev. 13 [1906].
Contracts of municipal corporations. [Shlr-

1^ Denison] 18 Can. L. T. 145 [1898].
Contracts of railway companies limiting

liability. [Shirl^ Denlaon] 20 Can.

L. T. 1. 25 [1900).
Contracts to pay tithe. 117 L. T. 26 [1904].
Contracts unilateral and bilateral. [John

D. La wson] 50 Cent. L. J. 305, 327 [1900].
Contracts with promotors. 43Sol. J.639 [1899].
Corporate contracts in restraint of trade and

to prevent competition. Comment on

recent New Jersey cases. [Norman

Grey] 51 Am. L. Reg. 672 [1903].
Councillors interested in contracts. 64 J. P.

819 [1900].
Critical analysis of the law as to mistake in its

effect upon contracts. 38 Am. L. Rev.

334 [1904].
Dependency of mutual promises in the civil

law. [Samuel WUliston] 13 Harv. L.

Rev. 80 [1899].
Discharge by alteration. [Geo. A. Lee]

65 Cent. L. J. 18 [1907].
Discharge of contracts by alteration. [Sam-
uel WUliston] 18 Harv. L. Rev. 105,

165 [1904-5].
Divisible contracts. [Wm. M. Wherry] 61

Alb. L. J. 199 [1900].
The doctrine of anticipatory breach. [Colin

P. Campbell] 60 Cent. L. J. 64 [1905].



'The doctrine of anticipatory breach of con-
tracts — ^theoretically and historically con-
sidered. [Paul A. Moeee] 21 Nat. Corp.
Rep. 64, 92, 125, 156 [1900].

The doctrine of consideration. 21 S. A. L. J.
346 [1904].

The doctrine of consideration. [Rankine
Wilson] 27 Uw Mag. and Rev. 272
[1902].

The doctrine of consideration as it obtains in
South Africa. 6 Natal L. Q. 1 [1907].

The doctrine of divisible contracts. [Fred-
eric C. Woodward] 48 Am. L. Reg. 1.
[1900].

Doctrine of locus poeniUnliae, [Payton
Carter] 9 Am. Uw. 386 [1901].

The effect of illegality on contract. [C. J.
Ingram] 24 S. A. L. J. 282 [1907].

Enforcement of contract valid where made,
but contrary to the public policy of the
state of the forum. [John D. Lawson]
54 Cent. L. J. 223 [1902].

The enforcement of parol contracts relating
to real esUte. [John F. Doherty] 52
Cent. L. J. 402 [1901].

Equitable relief in caste of unconscionable
and hard bargains. 33 Ir. L. T. 189, 198
[1899].

Failure of consideration or failure of perform-
ance. 7 Uw Notes [N. Y.J 164 [1903].

Formal contracts. 49 Sol. J. 768 [1905].

Formation of contract in English law. [Ernst
Schuster] 27 Can. L. T. 248, 347 [1907].

Formation of contract inUr absenUs, [Clar-
ance D. Ashley] 2 Colum. L. Rev. 1
[1902].

Freedom of contract. [Jerome C. Knowl-
ton] 3 Mich. L. Rev. 617 [1905].

Growth of the power of contract in the
history of the liability of common car-
riers. [Hugh E.WlUis] 5 Brief, 231 [1905].

Impossible contracts. [A. G. Carpenter] 7
West. Res. L. J. 99 [1901].

Impossibility as defense to specific relief.
[Satish Chandra Banerji] 3 Alia. L.
J. 349 [1906].

Impossibility of performance as an excuse for
breach of contract. [Frederic C. Wood-
ward] 1 Colum. L. Rev. 529 [1901].

Incompentency to contract and its effects
according to the law of British India.
[H. H. Shephard] 20 Uw Q. Rev. 81
[1904].



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Interference of third parties in contracts of

others. [Darius H. Plngr^] 48 Cent.

L. J. 112 [1899].
Interference with contract relations. (Bmcat

Wilson Hullcut] 46 Am. L. Reg. 273

[1898].
Interference with contracts. 51 Sol. J. 167

[19071.
Interpretation of promise. [Priya Nath

Sen] 1 Cal. L. J. 9 [1905].
Interpretation of reference clauses in con-



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