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CHEAT.

See criminal law, dig. 548.
CHILD,
born after making will, see will, dig. 383; competency

as of witness, dig.'528; negligence, dig. 428.
CHILDREN
injuiries to, see sinjuiries to children. 33; rights of,

will, dig. 527; in public streets, see negligence, dig.

358.
CHURCH,

and the civil law, by C. B. Howell, review of, 288;

property of see taxation, dig. 191.
CIVIL CASES,

jury trials in, C. E. 361.
CIRCUMSTANTÍAL EVIDENCE.

See evidence, dig. 309.
CLARK. FRANK H.

author of article on Liability of Employer, etc. 316.
CLIENT.

See attorney, dig. 260, 356.
CLOUD ON TITLE.

See equity, dig. 188, 378, 451.
COLERIDGE

Lord Chief Justice, speech of, in the House of Lords,

416.
COLLATTERAL ATTACK.

See constitutional law. 116.
COLLATERAL SECURITY.

See guaranty, dig. 285; pledge, R. D. dig. 266, 286.
COLLECTION,

of drafts, see evidence, dig. 571.
COLLISION.

See corporation, dig. 507; negligence, dig. 453.
COLLUSION,

to give jurisdiction, see removal of causes, dig. 574.
COLOR OF TITLE.

See tax dig, 142.
COMITY.

assignment in another State, attachment, Weider v.

Maddox, case in full, 58 61; see assignment, R. D. 51;

insolvency, attachment, dig. 139.
COMMERCE,

among the States, C. E. 577; inter-state, see constitu-

tional law, 498.
COMMERCIAL LAW.
R. D. 219; promissory note, indorsement, nonsuit,

assignment, notice, evidence, trial, instructions,
dig. 162; negotiable paper, Bank of America v.
Shaw, case in full, 304; bill of exchange, acceptance
by agent of corporation, dig. 547; see guaranty,
dig. 285; note estoppel, prior suit against corpora-
tion, dig: 498; promissory note indorsement, evi.
dence, dig. 139; promissory note, indorsement,
usury, atidavit of defence, dig. 594; promissory

note, dig. 450.
COMMERCIAL PAPER,
treatise on the law of, by Joseph F. Randolph, re-

view of, 600.
COMMISSION MERCHANT.

See agency, dig. 569.
COMMON CARRIER,

bill of lading, liability beyond terminus unless lim-

ited by contract, dig. 19; discrimination, inter-state
commerce, constitutional law, Providence Coal Co.
v. Providence, etc. Co., Sup. Ct. R. I. case in full,
351; duty of railroad to stop at platform, evidence,
dig. 139, limitation of liability beyond terminus,

requisites of such limitation, dig. 20, see negligence
COMMON OF PASTURE.

See fences, dig. 189.
COMMUNITY.

See husband and wife, dig. 310.
COMPENSATION,

of guardian, see guardian and ward, dig. 333.
COMPETENCY OF WITNESSES.
Defect of religious belief, C. E. 505; see witness, dig.

142, 215, 528.
COMPLÁIST.

See criminal law, dig. 117; waters, dig. 430.
COMPROMISE.

See assignment, dig. 260.
COMPUTATION.

See interest, dig. 310.
CONDITION
See accord and satisfuction, dig. 260 ; deed, dig. 308,

451, 499; guaranty, dig: 161; sale, dig. 286; subse.

quent, see deed, dig. 332.
CONDITIONAL SALE.
See evidence, dig. 309; mortgage, dig. 190; sale, dig.

551.
CONFESSION.

See criminal law, dig. 570, 5,95 ; evidence, dig. 189.
CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS.

See criminal law, dig. 571.
CONFIRMATION,

of sale, see equity, dig, 596; of sale, judgment, dig.

5.8.
COFLICT OF LAWS.

See assignment, dig. 402; contract, dig. 331; corpora.

CONFLICT OF LAWS-Continued.

tion, dig. 41; evidence, dig. 309; insolvency, juris.
diction, discharge in another State, dig. 377; juris-
diction legacy, charged on land, dig. 281; promis.
sory note, defenses, law merchant, dig. 594; will,

dig. 287.4
CONFUSION OF GOODS.

Sale, notice, pleading, dig. 428, 429.
CONGRESS,

on quarantine, see constitutional law, dig. 377.
CONNECTING LINES.

See carrier, dig. 211.
CONSENT,

of cestui que trust, see trust, dig. 382; to jurisdiction,

see practice, dig. 477.
CONSIDERATION.

See commercial law, R. D. 219; contract, dig. 260, 307;

covenant, dig. 547; ejectment, dig. 335; equity, dig.
524; new, see evidence, dig. 262; fraud, dig. 262, 475;
see husband and wife, dig. 380; limitations, dig.
406; marriage, see deed, dig. 426; moral, see con.
tract, dig. 403; promissory note, dig. 69; sale, dig.

502 ; settlement, dig. 551; sheriff, dig. 214.
CONSIGNOR.

See agency, dig. 569.
CONSPIRACY.

See criminal law. dig. 66.
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.

Commerce, foreign corporation, license, railroad,

dig. 498; common carrier, inter-state commerce,
State control of carriers, charges, Wabash etc. Co.
v. Illinois, ann. cas. 561; carrier, dig: 498; corpora-
tion, grant of exclusive privilege by municipal
corporation void, Bermingham, etc. Co. v. Ber.
mingham Street Railway Co. Ann. Cas. 378, 467;
repeal of charter, injunction, public services,
Louisville, etc. Co. v. Citizens, etc. Co., Ann. Cas.
81; see criminal law, dig. 66, 117; cruel, etc., punish-
ment, assault and battery, criminal law, verdict,
indictment, dig. 234; see guardian and ward, dig.
118; habeas corpus, jurisdiction, relative jurisdic.
tion of State and federal courts, judicial discretion,
ex parte Royal, ann. cas. 10; intoxicating
liquors, dig. 427; mining coal, weight of coal as
basis of wages, unconstitutional law, dig. 187; ma-
nicipal corporations, special privileges, dig. 20;
see ordinance, lawful calling, power to control,
statute part void, part valid, intoxicants, Sunday
sales, dig. 331 ; officer, dig. 387; see obligations of
contracts, State power of taxation, relinquishment
of, Vicksburg, etc. co. v. Dennis, ann. cas. 16;
quarantine, congress, inspection, preference of
part, dig. 377; right of legislators to seats, colla-
teral attack, dig. 116; see taxation, dig. 69; tele-
phone law, 34; see title of statute, subject em.
braced in, presumption, dig. 162, 594 ; see United
States v. Kagoma, ann. cas. 420; variance be-
tween enrolled bill and engrossed bill, legislative

journals, dig. 187; ways, dig. 430.
CONSTRUCTION,

of articles, see partnership, dig. 21; assignment, dig.

569; charge of, see railroad, dig. 574; contract, dig.
260; of contracts, treatise on by Dwight Arven
Jones, review of, 143: corporation, dig. 116; deed,
dig. 42, 284, 332, 357, 403; of lien, see landlord and
tenant, dig. 549; a Plea for Strict Construction,
leading article by H. J. Desmond, 383; see Res judi-
cata, case in full, 328; of statute, see statute, dig.
599; of statute, see taxation, dig. 214; of will, see

will, R. D., dig. 26, 181, 287, 312, 382, 479, 527, 551.
CONSTRUCTIVE TRUST.

See trust, dig. 599.
CONSULS.

See ambassadors, dig. 41.
CONTEMPT,

admission of solicitor, for benefit of creditors, mar.

ried woman, fraudulent conveyance, recovery,
action against, dig. 260; see assignment, dig. 6;
divorce, aliinony, judicial discretion, dig. 187; see
false imprisonment, dig. 524; see habens corpus, dig.
189; see injunction, dig. 518; see jury, dig. 92; power
of courts to punish, procedure, R. D. 555; see wit-

ness, dig. 215,
CONTEST.

See will, dig. 238, 334, 335, 527.
CONTINGENT REMAINDER.

See will, dig. 551.
CONTINUANCE.

See criminal law, dig. 188, 308, 451, 571.
CONTINUING NUISANCE.

See nuisance, dig. 598.
CONTRACT,

agreement to pay note held by third party, assign-
ment, wagers, grain contract, future delivery, (lig.
356; see arbitration, dig. 522 : see attorney, dig. 356;
see common carrier, 19; consideration, promise to
pay, judgment, extension, construction, dig. 260;
consideration, renewed promise, release of ground-
less claim, mortgage, void levy, patent, rovalty,
307; corporation, ultra vires, dig. 261.' 498; set
damages, dig. 596; see deed, dig. 91; when divisible,

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dig. 453.

CON TRACT–Continued.

when not divisible, R. D. 99; divisible contract, part
performance, dig. 162; to grant easement, see ease-
ment, dig. 499; entire contract, part performance,
mistake, waiver, evidence, agent, dig. 570; see
equity, dig. 524 ; executory, see sale, dig. 502; execu-
tory sale, rescission, restraint of trade, divisible
contract, dig. 547; fire insurance, mechanics' lien,
mortgage, dig. 474; soe fraud, dig. 379; implied
promise, quantum meruit, evidence, R. D. 339; lim-
itation by of liability, see carrier, dig. 594 ; for mail
service, express and implied, see post office, dig.
598; see marriage, C. E. 289; see master and servant,
dig. 310; obligation of, see constitutional law, ann.
cas. 16, 337; see parent and child, dig. 141; see part-
nersnip, dig. 116, 442; see pleading, dig. 191 ; public
policy, compounding felony, dig. 187; proposition
by mail, acceptance, dig. 139; see railroad, dig. 477;
see sale, diy. 213; sale, fraud, sheriff, title, charge
of, dig. 284; settlement, fraud, rescission, estoppel,
receipt, dig. 116; statute of frauds, evidence,
waiver, moral consideration, subsequent Ipromise,
married woman, dig. 403; treatise on, by T. Henry
Dewey, review of, 143 telegrams, conflict of laws,
dig. 331 ; see tenancy, dig. 477; railroads, mutuality,
dig. 91; see usury, dig. 478; see vendor and vendee,
dig. 238, 311; voidable, incapacity, intoxication,
sale, real estate, bad, dig. 498; written contract, see

evidence, dig. 262.
CONTRACTOR.

See negligence, dig. 427, 428.
CONTRIBUTION.

See partition, dig. 237.
CONTRIBUTORÝ NEGLIGENCE,
burden of proof, dig. 162; eminent domain, dig. 284 ;

master and servant, dig. 573; negligence, dig. 166,

213, 237, 333, 382, 407, 453, 598.
CONVERSION.

See agency, dig. 210; fixtures, dig. 141; by stranger,

see mortgage, 428; trover, dig. 486.
CONVICTION.

See criminal law, dig. 308, 403,
COPYRIGHT,

C. E. 193.
CORONER.

See criminal law, dig. 517.
CORPORATION,
action against members, insurance, mutual relief,

municipal corporations, water-works, exemption,
torts of officers, false representations, fraud, lia-
bility of creditors, dig. 331; agent of, see, commer-
cial law, dig. 547; consolidation, conflict of laws,
foreign court, dig. 41; constitutional law, 81; con-
tract, dig. 261; dividend, preferred stock, railroad,
statute, municipal corporation, assessment, super-
visors, charitable corporations, negligence, dig.
450; evidence, dig. 285; foreign corporation, stock.
holders, dig. 356; foreign, see constitutional law,
dig. 498; franchise, taxation, exemption from, mu.
nicipal corporation, lien for improvements, ap-
portionment, constitutional law, pleading, legis.
sature, stockholders, dig. 378; fraud on, see action,
dig. 91; garnishment, debt due by, to employee be.
yond State not subject to garnishment, witness,
evidence, dig. 211; legal existence, how questioned,
quo warranto by prosecuting attorney, dig. 403;
master and servant, agency, dig. 65 ; agency, neg.
ligence, evidence, instruction, master and servant.
damages, death, dig. 474; assessment, benefits, in-
structions as to damages, dig. 139; municipal, con.
tracts, ultra rires, charter, dig. 498; municipal, see
constitutional law, dig. 20; damage from surface
water, dig. 547; dedication to public uses,
R. D. 2; evidence, expert testimony, ways, dam.
ages, personal injury, dig.

163; highway,
collision, defect, jury, mayor, police, streets,
injuries, 307; negligence, evidence, dig. 91;
officers, dig. 237; railroads, dig. 382; relation of
State to, C. E. 98; sidewalk, negligence, defective
sidewalk constructed by owner, dig. 499; town of
Searcy v. Yarnell, case in full, 300; negligence, dig.
286; partnership, dig. 142; pleading, dig. 166; pre-
ferred stock, railroad, statute, dig. 5-22; railroad,
dig. 94; sinking fund contract, conflicting provis-
ions, construction of, dig. 116; statute of limita.
tions, when operative against stockholders, dig.
261; State regulation of railway orporations as to
rates, leading article, by John W. Smith, 101; stock,
transfer, lien, security, agent's liability for, dig.
595; stockholders, equity, execution of instru-
ments by, officers, mortgage, foreclosure, attor.
ney, dig. 377; ultra vires, contract ultra vires void,

dig. 187.
CORPORATIONS.

Names of Corporation, leading article, by W. W.

Thornton, 531.
CORPUS DELICTI.

See evidence, dig. 189.
CORRECTION.

See evidence, dig. 309.

CORRESPONDENCE.

360; homestead law, 480; inter-state garnishment,

23.
CORRESPONDENT,

of bank, evidence, dig. 571.
CORROBORATION.

See witness, dig. 576.
COSTS,

evidence, dig. 475; see executors, dig. 332; interest,

dig. 310; practice, dig. 68; see usury, dig. 575.
CO-TEN NT,

partition, dig; 286.
COTTON FACTOR,

agency, dig: 210; see tenants, dig. 407.
COUNSEL FEES,

husband and wife, dig. 333; statements of, see negli-

gence, dig. 427, 428; advice of, parent and child, dig.

141.
COUNTERCLAIM,

set-off, dig. 382; see pleading, dig. 288; see set-off, dig.

575.
COUNTIES,

township organization, election, dig. 425.
COUNTY,

court, see courts, dig. 117.
COURTS,

county courts, justice of the peace, ljurisdiction,

amount, dig. 117; functions of, see fraud, dig. 405;
judges, disqualification, effect of, new trial, dig.

117.
COVENANT,

running with the land, mortgage; lease hold, as-

sumpsit, use and occupation, dig. 425 ; breach,
eviction, damages, landlord and tenant, rent, set-
off, recoupment, 234 ; deed, warranty, estoppel,
record, judgment, appeal, pleading, evidence, con-
sideration, widow's estate, judicial discretion, dig.
547; assignment, dig. 234; attachment, dig. 330; see
deed, dig. 308; warranty, damages, dig. 475; war-
ranty, eviction, pleading, evidence, new trial, sei-

zin, dig. 356; landlord and tenant, dig. 93.
COVERTUKE.

See married women, dig. 141.
CREDIBILITY.

See evidence, dig. 309.
CREDITORS.

See assignment, dig. 377, 402; benefit of, see assign-

ment, dig. 186; bill, see fraudulent conveyance, dig.
597; deed, dig. 357; executor, dig. 357; of husband,
see married woman, dig. 381; fraud, dig. 309; liabil:

ity of incorporators to, see corporation, dig. 331.
CRIMINAL LAW,

affidavit, ambiguity, intoxicants, fraud, evidence,

good character, larceny, 235 ; see aiding prisoner to
escape, intent to liberate particular prisoner, dig.
163; see appeal, evidence, new trial, bigamy, in-
dictment, reputation, adinission, res gestae, false
pretenses, practice, dig. 523; see appeal, evidence,
assault, rules of court, homicide, manslaughter,
self-defense, false pretenses, indictment, former
acquittal, continuance, dig. 450, 451; see assault and
battery, intent, self defense, test of, false pre-
tenses, evidence, appeal, error, homicide, tres-
passer, danger of life, trial, evidence, bill of excep-
tions, dig. 356, 357; assault with intent, with dan-
gerous weapon, pleading, place, indictment, dig.
356, 357; see assault, witness, evidence, prosecution,
dismissal, intoxicating liquor, sale, former acquit-
tal, dig. 475; banks, insolvency, statutory penalty,
murder, confession, challenge, jury, prosecuting
attorney, record, manslaughter, appeal, discretion,
discharge of juror, assault on officer, dig. 670;
burglary in dwelling house, dig. 65; burglary,
possession of stolen money, evidence, trial, rea-
sonable doubt, dig. 139; complaint, ordinance,
bawdy houses, municipal corporations, jurisdic.
tion, police court, constitutional law, jury, dig.
117; see constitutional law, dig. 234; conviction
of murder, instruction as to oflicial character of
deceased, dig. 91; disqualification of sheriff, coro.
ner, absence of defendant, dig. 547; see embezzle.
ment, money in hand before fiduciary capacity
began, evidence, time money was spent, jury, dig.
188; evidence, dig. 309, 596; evidence, impeaching
witness, new trial, juror, dig. 42; evidence, joint
indictment, separate trials, intoxicants, license,
brandy cherries, dig. 331, 332; evidence, jury,
challenge witness, evidence, dying declarations,
credibility, dig. 140; former conviction, Gusham
v. State, ann. cas. 225; homicide, manslaughter,
unlawful act, deadly weapon, carelessness, rea-
sonable doubt, verdict, larceny, indictment, proof,
embezzlement, dig. 140; homicide, self-defense,
hostility of parties, depositions, indictment, game
ing, option deeds, perjury, material issues, dig. 163;
homicide, inurder, indictment, evidence, dig. 499;
homicide, trial, circumstantial evidence, suf-
ficiency of evidence, conviction, exclusion of every
other hypothesis, cumulative evidence, indict-
ment, several counts, verdict, dig. 403; see indict-
ment, conviction of lesser offense, plea of guilty,

358;

CRIMINAL LAW-Continued.

agreement with prosecutor, practice, continu-
ance, sheriff, grand jury, evidence dig. 308;
indictment, duplicity, trial, evidence, secreting
witnesses, jurors, misconduct of, new trial, nui.
sance, cheat, dig. 548; instruction, enumerating ele.
ments of crime, witness, accused as witness, cred-
ibility, dig. 261; homicide, justification,self-defense,
insanity, murder, evidence, witness, confession,
character, threats, dying declarations, res gestæ,
receiving stolen property, presumption, defend-
ant as witness, proof of single act, possession of
stolen property, dig. 595; jurisdiction, crime partly
in one county and partly, in another, constitu-
tional law, conspiracy, evidence, dig. 66; jurisdic.
tion of crime, State v. Shaeffer, ann. cas. 254; jury,
dig. 92; larceny, constitutional law, national banks,
People v. Fonda, ann. cas. 441. larceny, receiving,
etc., indictment, verdict, instructions, error, rea-
sonable doubt, statute, subject embraced in title,
dig. 284; larceny, Regina v. Ashwell, ann, cas. 87;
rescue, aiding to escape, indictment, evidence, dig.
211; resisting unlawful arrest, self-defense, dig. 20;
summoning jury, sheriff disqualified, defendant's
presence necessary, State v. Crockett and Smith,
ann cas. 588; verdict larceny, receiving stolen

goods, dig. 42; witness, dig. 576.
“CRIMINAL BRIEFS,"

by Wm. Henry Malone, review of, 504.
CRIMINAL CASE,

criminal practice, witness, evidence, homicide, pre-

vious killing, dig. 235.
CRIMINAL PRACTICE,

dig. 163; see criminal case, dig. 235; competency of
jurors, the legal effect of a “reasonable doubt,"
jury as judges of law as well as of fact, duty of
court as to “degrees” of crime, presumption in
favor of lesser degree, R. D. 75; evidence, instruc-
tion, sentence, dig. 308; see intoxicating liquors,
dig.

preliminary examination, evidence,
venue, continuance, confidential communications,
dig. 571; witness, continuance, murder trial, dig:

188.
CRIMINAL LAW REFORM,

C. E. 290, 481, 529.
CRIMINALS,

professional, remarks upon as connected with dis-

cussion on the subject of American Bar Associa-

tion, C. E. 1.
CRUELTY,

extreme, see marriage, dig. 573.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS,

charitable and benevolent associations, C. E. 73.
CRITICISING JUDGES,

C. E. 242.
CROSS-BILL.

See equity, dig. 236; injunction, dig. 358.
CROSS-EXAMINATION.

See practice, dig. 429; witness, dig. 335.
CROWDED DOCKETS,

C. E. 385.
CRUEL PUNISHMENTT,
cruel and unusual punishment, see constitutional

law, 234.
CUNNINGHAM V. BUTLER,

ann. cas. 274.
CURATIVE STATUTE.

See ways, dig. 287.
CURATORS.

See executors, dig. 426.
CURTESY,

tenant by, see partition, dig. 286.
CURRENT EVENTS,
1, 25, 49, 73, 97, 121, 145, 169, 193, 217, 241, 265, 289, 313, 337,

361, 385, 409, 433, 457, 481, 505, 529, 553, 577.
CUSTOM.

See landlord and tenant, dig. 549.
DAM.

See waters, dig. 430.
DAMAGES.
See attachment, dig. 330; award of, see ways, dig. 575;

DAMAGES-Continued,

measure of, see trespass, dig. 359; punitive, see
negligence, dig. 44; negligence, dig. 213, 453; nui.
sance, dig. 574; railroads, dig. 382; rats, R. D. 218;
replevin, dig. 550: sale, dig. 166, 599, set-off, dig. 69;
trespass, dig. 214; trover, dig. 455; water, dig. 503 ;

ways, dig. 430.
DAMNUM ABSQUE INJURIA.

See ways, dig. 430.
DANGER,

false apprehensions of, see negligence, dig. 453;

peculiar, see master and servant, dig. 573.
DAVIS, DAVID,

notice of his death, C. E. 49.
DAY.

Fraction of, see set-off, dig. 575.
DEADLY WEAPON.

See criminal law, dig. 140.
DEATH.

See corporation, dig. 474; divorce after, C. E, 265; see

partnership, dig. 263; without issue, see will, dig.

527.
DEBT,

due by executor, see executor, dig. 379; see limita-

tions, dig. 427; see mortgage, 'dig. 285; redemption

of, see pledge, dig. 286.
DEBTOR,

absconding, see statute of limitations, dig. 190.
DECEDENT,

estate of, claims against, see interest, dig. 333; see

trade-mark, dig. 503; see witness, dig. 142.
DECEIT.

See action, dig. 91; see intention, R. D. 362.
DECLARATIONS,

of servant, see master and servant, dig. 381; imper-
fect, of testator, see will, dig. 527; of wife, see mar.

ried woman, dig. 380.
DECREE.

See equity, dig. 426; see legacy, dig. 549; see vendor

and vendee, dig, 599.
DEDICATION,

to public uses, at common law and by statute, ac-

ceptance of dedication, effect of subsequently cre.
ated municipality, R. D. 2; to public uses, see

officer, dig. 237; see ways. dig. 238, 430.
DEED,

absolute in form, see mortgage, dig. 44, 190,

501; acknowledgment, certificate, condition,
forfeiture, action, parties, description, estoppel,
ejectment, boundary, dig. 451; acknowledgment,
tenants in common, joint tenants, partition,
ejectment, delivery, amendment, dig.

261;
adverse possession, dig. 91; agency, dig. 474; apt
words, bond for deed, limitations, partition, ad-
verse possession, recording, husband and wife,
homestead, dig. 523; benefit of creditors, fraud,
attorney, waiver, mortgage, foreclosure, registra.
tion, quit claim, construction, dig. 357; boundness,
construction, warranty, limitations, breach, satis
faction, assignment, mortgage, eviction, outstand-
ing title, proof, trust deed, escrow, will, election by
widow, partition, co-tenancy, dig. 403, 404 ; condí.
tion subsequent, restriction, quit claim, reversion,
merger, interest conveyed, construction, intent,
effect of deed, what land passes, record, dig. 333;
construction, dig. 42; construction, condition, lim.
itations, equitable lien, jurisdiction, dig. 499; con.
tract, rule, construction, dig. 91; covenant, condi.
tion, dig. 308, 517; delivery of deeds, dig. 8; delivery,
intention of grantor, dig. 211; description, fixed,
monuments, dig. 571'; description, mortgage, dig.
235; easement, mistake, marriage, consideration,
dig. 426; exception and reservation in, property,
conveyed by inference, dig. 378; execution of, de.
livery, destruction, informal conveyance, equita-
ble title, limitations, adverse possession, verbal
sale, dig. 117; execution of in foreign State, judg.
ment, dig. 598; ejectment, dig. 235; joint tenants
and tenants in common, dig. 92; judgment, dig.
525; mortgage, dig. 333 ; by married woman, hus.
band and wife, dig. 880; mortgage, partnership,
dig. 190; notice, record, mortgage, dig. 20; pre-
sumption, statute of limitations, dig. 66; recitation,
fraudulent conveyances, dig. 141; reforming, see
equity, dig. 404; release, construction, dig. 381;
settlement, dig. 557; of trust, lien, diy. 21; of trust,
usury, dig. 334; unrecorded, see land law, dig. 165;
vendor and vendee, dig. 69; water, dig. 503; will,

dig. 142.
DEERING, JAMES H.

author of "The Law of Negligence." 192.
DE FACTO.

See jurisdiction, dig. 263; jury, de facto grand jury,

carrier, dig. 497; carrier, dig. 570; consequential,
see municipal corporation, dig. 44; corporation,
dig. 163, 474, 517; covenant, dig. 234, 475; for depriv.
ing of use of mill, dig. 356, double damage act, see
railroad companies, dig. 166; double, see railroad,
dig. 477; exemplary, wife's tort, husband's liability,
dig. 308; eminent domain, interest, dig. 281; evi.
dence, dig. 66; excessive damages, see carriers,
dig. 594 ; excessive damages, malicious prosecu.
tion, dig. 332; when fixed, excessive, measure of,
see railroad, dig. 574 ; false imprisonment, dig. 327;
caused by felony, C. E. 193; general and special,
see nuisance, dig: 598; injunction, dig. 548; instruc-
tions as to, see corporations, dig. 139; liquidated
damages, penalty, contract, breach of, dig. 596;
malicious prosecution, dig. 285; master and ser-
vant, dig. 381, 453; measure of, see eminent domain,
dig. 404; measure of, see evidence, dig. 572; meas.
ure of, rule as to stock, railway company, dig. 211;

see jury, dig. 92.
DEFAULT.

See burden of proof, R. D. 314; past, see guardian

and ward, dig. 333.
DEFECT,

of road, see corporation, dig. 307; notice of, sce sale,

dig. 334.

DEFECTIVE PREMISES.

See landlord and tenant, dig. 406.
DEFENSES.

See conflict of laws, dig. 594; to crime, vol. V., by

John D. Lawson, review of, 47.
*DEGREES" OF CRIME.

See criminal practice, R. D. 75.
DELAY.

See carriers, R. D. 195; sale, dig. 551.
DELIVERY,
constructive, see mortgage, dig. 406; deed, dig. 117,

211, 261; of deeds, leading article, by James P. Oli-
ver, 8; see fraud, dig. 427; gift, dig. 118; of invest-
ment, see guarantee, dig. 164; of note, see Sunday,
dig. 429; in parts, see sale, dig. 551; sale, dig. 211;

vendor and vendee, dig. 69.
DEMAND.

See executor, dig. 285; mortgage, dig. 310, 549; part.

nership, dig. 550.
DEMURRER.

See marriage, dig. 573; tenancy, dig. 477; trial, dig.

238.
DENIAL,

general denial, see pleading, dig. 429.
DEPOSITIONS.

See criminal law, dig. 499; evidence, dig. 571; will,

dig. 334, 335.
DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION.

See executors, dig. 66; guardian, probate court, sale,

infant, will, dig. 404; partition, dig. 21; settlement,
dig. 551; will, 382; will by minor, guardian's sale,

dig. 140.
DESCRIPTION.

See deed, dig, 235, 451, 571; joint tenants and tenants

in common, dig. 92; mortgage, dig. 428; of notes,
see mortgage, dig. 212; of land damaged, see

waters, dig. 130.
DESMOND, H. G.,

author of “A Plea for Strict Construction,” 483.
DESTRUCTION,

of deed, see deed, dig. 117.
DEVISE.

See lien, dig. 44; will, dig. 287, 312, 527.
DEVISEE.

See will, dig. 382.
DEWEY, T. HENRY,

author of “Treatise on Contracts," 143.
DILIGENCE.

See evidence, dig. 261; new trial, dig. 118; tax col.

lector, dig. 22.
DISABILITY.

See infancy, dig. 165; limitations, dig 93.
DISCHARGE.

See executors, dig. 236; of bond, see bond, dig. 403;

of juror, see criminal law, dig. 570.
DISCHARGED SERVANT.

See master and servant, dig. 310.
DISCRETION,
of commissioners, see injunction, dig. 405; judicial,

see constitutional law, 10; contempt, dig. 187; of

trial court, see common law, dig. 570.
DISCREDITING.

See witness, dig. 552.
DISSOLUTION,

of injunction, see fraudulent conveyance, dig. 572;

partnership, dig. 21, 263, 454, 550, 574.
DISTRIBUTION,

of assets on mistaken construction of will, leading

article, 582; will, dig. 382, 551.
DISTRIBUTIVE SHARE.

See dower, dig. 548.
DIVERSION.

See water, dig. 503.
DIVIDEND.

See assignee, dig. 546; on preferred stock, see cor.

poration, dig 450.
DIVISIBLE CONTRACT.

See contract, dig. 162, 547.
DIVORCE,

after death, C. E. 265; law, again, C. E. 98; contempt,

dig. 187; domicile, jurisdiction, dig, 42; fraud in
procuring divorce, review, dig. 140; husband and
wife, dig. 118, 262, 333, 524; pleading, "without
prejudice," record, amendment, dig. 235; law, the
Queen's proctor, Sir Charles Dilke, C. E. 50; mar-

riage, R. D., dig. 573, 578.
DOCKETS.

See crowded dockets, C. E. 385; evidence, dig. 452.
DOMESTIC ANIMALS,

injuries by, R. D. 243.
DOMICILE.

See divorce, dig. 42.
DONNER, A. G.,
author of leading article on “Carriage of Freight,”

DOUBT,

reasonable, see criminal law and practice, 66, 75, 139,

140.
DOWER,

assigument of, distributive share, creditor's peti.

tion to set aside, dig. ; attorney, dig. 425; at
common law and by statute, estoppel, wife
joined in defeated mortgage, right restored, dig.
523; fraud, dig. 189; mortgage, dig. 310; vendor,
dig. 478; rents and profits, alienation of dower in-

terest, equity, dig. 140.
DRAM-SHOP LICENSES,

Validity on Quo Warranto, leading article by Gideon

D. Bantz, 487.
DRAINAGE.

See equity, dig. 210, 379.
DRAINS,

notice, estoppel, signing petition, dig. 596.
DUPLICITY,

in pleading, see criminal law, dig. 548.
DYING DECLARATIONS.

See criminal law, dig. 595; evidence, dig. 596; execu-

tor, dig. 357.
EARNEST MONEY.

See agency, dig. 161.
EASEMENT,

alley, purchaser, rentai value, private alley, desig.

nation by common owner, dig. 357; see deed, dig.
426; equity, dig. 379; sewer, deed, tenants in com-
mon, estoppel, contract waiver, dig: 499; water,
acqueduct, prescription, unity of title, R. D. 482,

503.
EFFECT OF DEED.

See deed, dig. 332.
EJECTMENT.

See action, dig. 497; adverse possession, judgment,
dig. 118; deed, consideration, mortgage, evidence,

abatement, lis pendens, dig. 235; deed, dig. 261, 451;
evidence in, pleading, waiver, dig. 42; landlord
and tenant, dig. 141; pleading, evidence, equity,
equitable title in stranger, dig. 596; practice, dig.

429; will, dig. 94.
ELECTION.

See vendor and vendee, dig. 311; by widow, see trust

deed, dig. 404; will, dig. 215.
ELEMENTS

of right and of the law,” review of, 95.
ELLIOTT, W. F.,

author of article on "Official Bonds," etc., 124.
EMBEZZLEMENT.

See banks, dig. 187; criminal law, dig. 188; waiver of

tort, set-off, pleading, findings, dig. 188.
EMINENT DOMAIN,

constitutional law, remedy, action, R. D. 458; con-

tributory negligence, dig. 281; corporation, rail.
road, future use, reasonable time, In re Staten
Island, etc. Co., ann. cas. 542; damages, 281; meas.
ure of damages, railroads, lessor and lessee; ma-
chinery, cost of removal, dig. 404; railway, statute,
nuisance, dig. 499; see railroad, dig. 574; trespass,
jury of view, waiver, former recovery, dig. 378; see

water and water-courses, dig. 22; ways, dig. 163.
EMPLOYER,

"Liability of Employer to Employee Injured by

79.
DONOVAN, G. W.,

author of “I will," C. E. 122; communication from,
on “The Best Lawyer,” C. E. 25; author of “Tact in
Court," R. P 360.

Negligence of Fellow Employee,' leading article,

by Frank H. Clark, 316.
ENTIRE CONTRACT.

See contract, dig. 570.
ENTRY,

on adjoining lands, see trespass, dig. 214.
ENTRY-- WRIT OF.

See inortgage, dig. 310; land, law, dig. 165.
EQUITY,

action to quiet title, infants, parties, jurisdiction,

bill quia timet, cloud on title, dig. 451; bill in, see
witness, dig. 431; bill to quiet title, fraud, sale by
guardian, dig. 141; bill of review, practice, open.
ing decree, orphans' court, trustees' accounts, dig.
357; see charity, dig. 330; cloud on title, assess.
ment, dig. 571; Jurisdiction, dig. 188; see corpora-
tion, dig. 377; ejectment, dig. 596; equitable remedy,
see assignment, dig. 546; equitable effect of bond
for deed, see vendor, dig. 575; fraud, rescis-
sion in part, contract, consideration, account,mort.
gage, surety, limitations, presumption of payment,
lien, laches, dig. 524; fraudulent representation,
estoppel, agent, Booth v. Smith, case in full, 232;
homestead, dig. 380; injunction remedy cannot be
invoked as to proceedings void ab initio, dig. 20;
see injunction, dig. 358; intoxicating liquors, dig.
426; judgment, execution sale, bill quia timet, spe-
cific performance, dig. 164; judgment, dig. 525; ju-
dicial sale, injunction, jurisdiction, decree, dig.
426; jurisdiction, rule of infra dignitatem de minimis,
Allen v. Demorest, ann. cas. 111; lien, dig. 44; mar-
ried woman, dig. 66; accident, mistake, reforming
deep, trust, cloud on title, sheriff, fraud, undue in-
fluence, rescission, jurisdiction. chattel mortgage,
agency, partnership, pleading, presumption, ease.
ment, drainage, dig. 318, 379; mistake, reformation
of instrument, overwhelming proof, Bond v.

EQUITY-Continued.

Dorsey, ann. cas. 206; see mortgage, dig. 212; new
trial, dig. 118; parties, joinder, mortgage, fore.
closure, trust deed, statute of frauds, reservation,
practice, multifuriousness, dig. 308; partnership,
dig. 237, 359; pleading, cross-bill, drainage, specitic
performance, parol contract, part performance,
execution, sale, title, statute of frauds, practice,
dig. 236; of redemption, see equitable action, dig.
596; reforming deed, specific performance, inad.
equacy of price, fraud, dig. 404; sale by order of
court, confirmation, dig. 596; setting aside deed for
fraud, defect of title, dig. 475; see tenancy, dig:
455, 477; trust, dig. 94; usury, dig. 478; vendor and

vendee, dig. 69; will, dig. 287.
EQUITABLE ACTION,

to redeem, tender, laches, limitation, equity of re-

demption, purchaser, dig. 596.
EQUITABLE INTEREST,

sale of, see vendor and vendee, dig. 430.
EQUITABLE POINT.

See practice, dig. 429.
EQUITÝ PRACTICE,

for what injunction will lie, dig. 91; when injunction

will not lie against unlawful detainer suit, dig. 189;

parties, dig. 66.
EQUITABLE TITLE,

of claimant, see attachment, dig. 402; in stranger,

see ejectment, dig. 596.
ERRORS.

See advocacy, 223; criminal law, 284, 425; witness,

dig. 142.
ERROR-WRIT OF.

See practice, dig. 477.
ESCAPE.

See habeas corpus, R. D. 291.
ESCROW.

See guaranty, dig. 164; trust deed, dig. 404.
EXEMPTION.

See corporation, dig. 331.
ESTATE,

fee tail, special, life estate, remainder, dig. 20; es-

tates less than of inheritance, see will, dig. 167.
ESTOPPEL,

appellate court, jurisdiction, answer, dig. 571; see
burden of proof, R. D. 314; see commercial law,
dig. 498; contract, dig. 116; covenant, dig. 547; deed,
dig. 451; dower, dig. 523; drains, dig. 596; ease.
ment, dig. 499; evidence, dig. 309, 426; executors,
dig. 236, 357; fraud, dig. 309; hignways, dig. 427; hus.
band and wife, dig. 21; infant, dig. 380; judgment,
second appeal, wrong decision, dig. 189; land, dig.
501; law of, by Henry M. Herman, review of, 47; see
limitations, dig. 406; mortgage, dig. 428; partition,
dig. 21, 237; partnership, dig. 550; pleading, dig. 91;
res judicata, judgment, mortgage, lis pendens, dig.
43; sale, dig. 503 ; statements to third party, subse.
quent employment, dig. 548; will, dig. 142; wages,

dig. 69.
EVASION,

of usury laws, see usury, dig. 575.
EVICTION.

See covenant, dig. 356; deed, dig. 403.
EVIDENCE.

See account, dig. 402; account books, trial, objec-

tions, how made, dig. 212; admissions, judgments,
laches, res gestce, dig. 43; admissions, witness, ex:
pert, dig. 332; admissions, dig. 524 ; see agency, dig.
377, 474; assignment, dig. 569; attachment, dig. 402;
bill to quiet title, R. D. 171; bill of sale absolute or
conditional, estoppel, lex loci, dig. 426; boundary,
dig. 450; carriers, dig. 569, 570, 594; circumstantial,
cumulative, see criminal law, dig. 403; commercial
law, dig. 139, 162, common carrier, dig. 139; compe-
tency of, see guardian and ward, dig. 333; con-
fession, corpus delicti, finding stolen property, dig.
189; corporation, dig. 91, 163, 211, 474; contract, dig.
339, 403, 570; credibility of testimony submitted to
jury, dig. 92; criminal law, dig. 42, 66, 139, 140, 163, 188,
235, 331, 332, 450, 475, 499, 548 571, 595; criminal case,
dig. 235; criminal practice, dig. 308; covenant, dig.
234, 356, 517; of debt, see mortgage, dig. 286; depo.
sition, witness, refreshing memory, trial, question
of fact, banks, collection of drafts, correspondent,
dig. 571; dying declarations, homicide, appeal,
trial, criminal law, calling witness after closing,
new trial, newly-discovered evidence, dig. 596; see
ejectment, dig. 12, 235, 596; executor, dig. 66, 357;
fraud, dig. 309, 405, 475;; fraudulent conveyances,
dig. 141; former reputation admissible, written
contract, parol modification, consideration, in.
struction, dig. 262; before grand jury, see criminal
law, dig. 308; see guaranty, dig. 164; handwriting,
signature, witness, interest, judicial record, in-
solvency, discharge, docket entries, transactions
with third persons,dig. 452; see highways, dig. 426;
husband and wife, dig. 262; insurance, dig. 358, 476,
500, 697; instructions, negligence, diligence, dig.
261; intoxicating liquors, handwriting, witness,
weight of evidence, railroad accident, trial, judge,

EVIDENCE-Continued.

comments of, instructions, United States courts,
misleading jury, annuity tables, damages, meas.
ure of, dig. 572; see joint tenants and tenants in
common, dig. 43, 92; judgment, dig. 590; landlord
and tenant, dig. 93, 501; limitations, dig. 129; man-
damus, dig. 67; married woman, dig. 380; master
and servant, dig. 310, 381, 453; mortgage, dig. 428,
476, 501; of negligence, see carriers, dig. 234 ; negli-
gence, dig. 93, 311, 333, 382, 428, 502, 525; newly-dis.
covered, see practice, dig. 382; nuisance, dig. 598;
opinion, witness, master and servant, dig. 236;
oral testimony, see sale, 292, parol, ambiguity in
building contract, dig. 379; parol evidence, dam-
ages, measure of, dig. 66; parol to vary written
contract, see insurance, dig. 284, 405; parol, see quo
warranto, dig. 477;; partnership, dig. 119, 454, 650,
574; one party to transaction dead, testimony of
circumstances, diy. 20; payment, dig. 286; plead.
ing, dig. 334; possession, agency, weight of, sale,
costs, dig. 475; practice, dig. 45, 454; preponderance
of proof, see insurance, dig. 572; proof, set-off, dig.
575; railroad companies, dig. 477, 598; record, cor-
rection, parol evidence, dig. 309; replevin, dig. 550;
sale, dig. 311, 454; settlement, dig. 551; sheriff, dig.
214, 599; of title, see trespass, dig. 478; trial, dig.
238; trover, dig. 407, 478; trust, dig. 382; warehouse-
man, dig. 359; waters, dig. 69, 478; ways, dig. 527;
weight of, record, parol, dig. 357; will, dig. 46, '67,
214, 215, 238, 334,335, 527; witness, expert witness; pre-
liminary cross-examination, municipal corpora.
tions, sewers, notice, see witness, dig. 142, 161, 576;
writing, parol, conflict of laws, conditional sale,
ler loci contractus, estoppel, indictment, trial, crim.
inal law, reasonable doubt, {circumstantial, in-
structions, credibility,'admission, dig. 309; written
not variable by parol, corporations, transfer of

stock, dig. 285.
EXAMINATION,

preliminary, see criminal law, dig. 571.
EXCEPTIONS,

bill of, see criminal law, dig. 425; in deed, see deed,

dig. 378; sale dig. 429;
EXCEPTIONS,

withdrawal of, see practice, 359.
EXECUTION,

of instruments, see corporation, dig. 377; of deed,

dig. 117; equity, dig. 236; see homestead, gift, lia.
bility to indebtedness prior to acquisition, petition
to set apart homestead, pleading, dig. 404; judg.
ment, dig. 598, motion to guard where made, see
practice, dig. 45; see land law, dig. 165; see levy,
return, amendment, appraisal, notes and bonds,
dig. 452, 524 ; partition, dig. 237; trial; dig. 238; trust,
dig. 287; sheriff, 599; of will, see will, dig. 334, 335;
sale, see bill to quiet title, R. D., 171; equity, dig.
164; see waiver, notice, statute, dig. 262, of wife's

land, see injunction, dig. 333.
EXECUTOR,

action against, heirs and distributees, surcharge and

falsification,' limitation, fraudulent conveyance,
parties, purchaser, insolvent estate, dig. 557; see
bond, jurisdiction, parties, dig. 499; see bonds, un.
known heirs, descent and distribution, posthu-
mous neirs, evidence, dig. 66; costs, dig. 332; see
curators, injunction, trespass, multiplicity of suits,
dig, 379; see debt due estate by executor, judgment,
heirs, resignation, presumption, dig. 379; see dis.
charge, notice, estoppel, account, dig. 236; guar-
anty, dig. 164; legal representatives, see insurance,
dig: 405; see mortgage, foreclosure, bonds, widow,
demand, dig. 285; trust, dig. 455; usury, dig. 334;
will, dig. 181; see will, probate, evidence, dying
declarations, creditors, estoppel, dig. 357; liability

of, see will, 184.
EXECUTORY CONTRACT.

See sale, dig. 238, 316, 502.
EXEMPLARY DAMAGES.

See damages, dig. 308.
EXEMPTION.

finding of fact, equitable relief, dig. 117; see husband

and wife, dig. 310; from taxation, see corporation,
dig. 378; taxation, R. D., 190, 435; triai, dig. 238;

pleading. 286.
EXHIBIT.

See pleading, dig. 286.
EXPERT.

See corporation, dig. 163; evidence, dig. 164, 382; see

master and servant, dig. 381; waters, 408.
EXPRESS COMPANY.

See carrier, dig. 211.
EXPRESS TRUST.

See trust, dig. 382.
EXTRADITION,
"Treaties of Extradition" leading article, 27; see

habeas corpus, fugitive from justice, requisition,
information, certificate of governor, signature of
prosecuting attorney, fraud,

sheriff, dig. 404.
EXTENSION,

of time, see contract, dig. 260.

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