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FABLE,

a celebrated fable, C. E., 339.
FACT,

question of, see evidence, dig. 571.
FAITH,

in the administration of the law, C. E., 49.
FALSE CHARGES.

See marriage, dig. 573.
FALSE IMPRISONMENT,
contempt, jurisdiction, dig. 524; practice, dig. 454;

see damages, mistake, arrest, dig. 357.
FALSE REPRESENTATIONS.

See corporation, dig. 331; sales, dig. 526.
FALSE PRETENSES.

See criminal law, dig. 425; criminal law, dig. 451, 523.
FAULKNER V. HYMAN,

case in full, 61.
FEDERAL COURT.

See removal of causes, dig. 237.
FEDERAL DECISIONS,

vols. XIV, XV, review of, 168,1264.
FEDERAL JURISDICTION.

See jurisdiction, dig. 263.
FEES AND PRACTICE,

by J. W. Donovan, C. E. 338.
FEE TRIAL,

special, see estate, dig. 20.
FELLOW SERVANT.

See master and servant, dig. 190, 381.
FELONY,
compounding, see contract, dig. 187; compounding,

see promissory note, dig. 69.
FELONY,

damages caused by, C. E. 193.
FENCES,
railroad, dig. 166, 477; see taxation, dig. 22 ; trespass,

common of pasture, dig. 189; water, dig. 503; see ab.

solute and qualified property, R. D. 170.
FINAL DECREE.

See practice, dig. 477.
FINDING STOLEN PROPERTY.

See evidence, dig. 189.
FINDINGS,

special, railroad, dig. 477; see practice, dig. 429; ways,

dig. 430.
FINE.

See habeas corpus, dig. 189.
FIRES.

See railroad, dig. 311.
FIRE INSURANCE,

application, agent, proof, fraud, inventory, dig. 118;
see contract, dig. 474; insurance, dig. 189, 262, 333,

476, 500, 525.
FIRING GUNS,

near highway, see negligence, dig. 213.
“FIRST CASES,

C. E. 194.
FIXTURES,

landlord and tenant, machinery, when a fixture, ex:

ecution, conversion, demand. 141; mortgagor and

mortgagee, vendor and vendee, dig 43.
FORECLOSURE.

See agistment, dig. 356; corporation, dig. 377; deed,

dig. 357; see equity, dig. 308; executor, dig. 285;
limitations, dig. 428; mortgage, dig. 165, 310, 381, 406,
453, 501, 549; pleading, dig. 429; pledge, dig. 453, 502;

trust, dig. 287; vendor and vendee, dig. 140.
FOREIGN COURT.

See corporation, dig. 41.
FOREIGN JUDGMENT.

See judgment, dig. 67.
FOREIGN STATUTE.

See usury, dig. 575.
FORFEITURE,

deed, dig. 357, 451; insurance, dig. 500.
FORGERY.

See criminal law, dig. 20.
FORGED NOTES.

See mortgage, dig. 428.
FORMALITIES,

essential to a marriage, see marriage, 221.
FRANCHISE,

corporation, dig. 378; railroad, dig. 94; taxation, dig.

69.
FRAUD.
See action, dig. 91; assignment, dig. 330, 402, 546, 569;

sale, consideration, evidence, dig. 475; contract,
dig. 281, 379, 403; corporations, dig. 331; criminal
law, dig. 235; deed, dig. 357; divorce, dig. 140;
equity, dig. 141, 379, 404, 475, 524; evidence, court,
jury, sheriff, sale, fraudulent conveyance, general
assignee, missapplication of trust funds, trustees'
commissions, taxes, dig. 105; of sheriff, extradition,
dig. 404; fire insurance, dig. 118; insurance, dig, 333;
intention, R. D. 362; judgment, dig. 476; misrep-
resentation, warranty, patent defects, dig. 92;
mistake, dig. 285; mortgage, homestead, wife's
separaté estate, dower, dig. 189; sale, intént, evi-
dence, creditor, statute of frauds, guaranty part
performance, estoppel, 309; sales, dig. 503, 526; sale

FRAUD-Continued.

of land, misrepresentation, statute of frauds, con.
tract, dig. 379; sheriff, dig. 264 ; trust, dig. 455; ware-
houseman representing building as fire proof, dig.

118.
FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCE,
action to set aside, pleading, injunction, dissolution,

receiver, innocent grantor, immaterial whether
grantor is indebted, purchaser with notice, dig.
572; assignment, dig. 260; executors, dig. 597; fraud,
dig. 236, 405; husband and wife, part payment by
husband, dig. 548; mortgage, dig. 263; post-nuptial
settlement, evidence, husband and wife, consider-
ation, recital in deed, dig. 141; pleading, charge to
jury, reasonable hypothesis, dig. 236; preference
partners, trlal, submission of issues, dig. 380; pre-
sumption of fraud, creditors' bill, dig. 597; fraud,
dig. 164, 285; statute of frauds, dig. 285; value,
boundary, dig. 164; to

wife's signature
to deed, dig. 500; statute of frauds, see equity
dig. 236; guaranty, consideration, leasehold,
dig. 262;' memorandum, dig. 212; pleading, dig.
476; pleading, specific performance, witness
“interested witness," dig. 597; verbal agreement to

sell horses, delivery, dig. 427; trust, dig. 455.
FUGITIVE,

from justice, see extradition, dig. 404.
FUTURE DELIVERY.

See contract, dig. 356.
GAMING.

See criminal law. dig. 163.
GARNISHMENT,

who liable, money held for third party, claimant not

appearing, discharge of trusts, dig. 380; see corpo.

ration, dig' 211; inter-state garnishment, dig. 357.
GENERAL ASSIGNMENT.

See assignment, dig. 260.
GIFT,
of corporate stock, agreement against public policy,

dig. 358; description of, see will, dig. 527; homestead
acquired by, liability of, see execution, dig. 404; to
heirs, see will, dig. 382, inter vivos, revocation, in-
tention, dig. 380; legacy, remoteness, dig. 285; of
shares, see will. dig, 575; substitutional gift, see
will, dig. 479; to wife, policy of life insurance, de-

livery, volunteer, dig. 118.
GOOD FAITH.

See attorney and client, agent, dig. 130, 139, 356.
GOOD WILL.

See mortgage, dig. 453; see trade-mark, dig. 503.
GOVERNOR,

certificate of, see extradition, dig. 404.
GUARANTY.

See assignment, dig. 234; commercial law, protest,
collateral security, dig. 285; condition, escrow,
evidence, delivery of instrument, executors, dig.

164; see fraud, dig. 262, 399; limitations, dig. 406.
GUARDIAN AND WARD,

account of guardian, expenditure without order of

court, repairs, subsequent ratification, dig. 141;
bond of, see suretyship, dig. 334; see descent, dig.
140, 404; sale by, see equity, dig: 141; infancy, dig.
165 ; investment, worthless securities, dig. 452 ; juris-
diction, lunatic, evidence, competency of, compen.
sation of guardian, settlements (annual) bond,
surety, past defaults, dig. 333; liability on bond,
dig. 21; see parent and child, dig. 141;

probate
court, sale, bond, constitutional law, dig. 118.
GUARDIAN.

natural, see trust, 478.
GRADE,

of street, see negligence, dig. 286.
GRAND JURY.

See criminal law, dig. 308.
GRAVEL ROAD,

legalizing, see ways, dig. 287.
GRISHAM V. STATE.

See criminal law, ann. cas. 225.
HABEAS CORPUS,

contempt, fine, imprisonment for non-payment,
order not reviewable on habeas corpus, dig. 189; see
constitutional law, ann. cas. 10; escape, term of

imprisonment, R. D. 291; see extradition, dig. 404.
HADDOCK, FRANK C.,

author of note on Langan v. City of Atchison, 108;

author of note on Scholle v. Scholle, 179; author of

note on Western, etc. Co. v. Towle, 373.
HANDWRITING,

See evidence, dig. 452, 572.
HASTINGS v. WEBBER,

case in full, 282.
HAWLEY, T. D.,
author of note on Rochester v. Levering. ann, cas.

130, 136; author of note to People v. Fonda, 443;
author of note to United States, etc. Co. v. Raw.

son, 541.

HEALTH.

Putting dead animals into stream, dig. 452.
HEIRS,

and distributees, see executor, dig. 597; liability of,

HEIRS-Continued.

see executors, dig. 879; unknown or posthumous,

see executors, dig. 66; see will, dig. 287.
HERMAN, HENRY M.,

author of law of estoppel reviewed, 47.
HEXAMER V WEBB,

ann. cas. 249.
HIGHWAY.
See boundary, dig, 450; Commissioners of, see injunc-

tion, dig. 405; corporation, dig. 307; negligence, dig.
44; pent roads, presumpion, agency, estoppel,

evidence, judicial notice, dig. 427.
HITTE V, REPUBLICAN, ETC. CO.,

ann. cas. 63.
HOCKETT V. STATE,

ann. cas. 34.
HOMICIDE.

See criininal law, dig. 163, 235, 403, 451, 499, 595; evi-

dence, dig. 596.
HOMESTEAD,

abandonment, dig. 43, 309; see criminal law, dig. 451,
499; deed, dig. 523; execution, dig. 404; fraud, dig.
189;; husband and wife, dig: 310; mortgage by

married woman, equity, jurisdiction, dig. 380.
HOPKINS, M. W.,

author of article on “Withdrawal of Plea of Guilty,"
77; of leading article on "Substitution of Mort.
gages,” 579.
HOUSE OF LORDS,

C. E. 409.
HUSBAND AND WIFE,

abandonment, community, action, intervention,

homestead, exemption, dig. 310; common law
status of, separate property of wife, dig. 66; see
damages, dig. 308; deed by married woman, con-
sideration, dig. 380; deed, dig. 523; divorce, plead-
ing, dig. 118; divorce alimony, dig. 524; divorce,
alimony, counsel fees, jurisdiction, dig. 333; fraud-
ulent conveyances, dig. 141, 548; gift to wife of sep.
arate earnings, dig. 475; see insurance, dig. 333;
negligence, dig. 93; res adjudicata, evidence, di-
vorce, lien, judgment, dig. 262; separate estate,
action, affidavit, book account, dig. 500; separate
estate, dig. 43; see tenancy, dig. 477; trial,dig. 238;
wife's property, see settlement, dig. 551; warranty,

estoppel, dig. 21.
HUSBAND,

liability of for his wife's torts, R. D. 364.
HYPOTHESIS,

every other, exclusion of, see criminal law, dig.

403.
IDENTIFICATION.

See mortgage, dig. 428.
IGNORANTIA JURIS.

See commercial law, R. D. 219.
IMMATERIAL ISSUES,

See criminal law, dig. 163.
IMPEACHMENT.

See witness, dig. 383.
IMPLICATION,

repeal by, see statute, dig. 599.
IMPORTUNITY.

See will, dig. 166.
IMPRISONMENT.

See habeas corpus, dig. 189; term of, see habeas corpus,

R. D. 297.
IMPROVEMENTS.

See partition, dig. 286.
INCORPORATION.

See partnership, dig. 574.
INCUMBRANCE.

See mortgage, dig. 501.
INNOCENT PARTIES.

See fraudulent conveyance, dig. 572.
ISLANDS.

See waters, dig. 526.
ISSUE,

immaterial issue, see ways, dig. 429; see practice,

dig. 430.
INDIANA TERRITORY,

laws of, review of, 288.
INDICTMENT.

See constitutional law, dig. 234; criminal law, dig.

20, 140, 163, 308, 356, 357, 403, 451, 499, 523, 558; evidence,
dig. 309; joint, see criminal law, dig. 331, 332; stat-

ute, dig. 599; Sunday, dig. 238.
INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS,

action against, see corporation, dig. 331.
INDORSER

See promissory note, dig. 119.
INDORSEMENT.

See commercial law, dig. 139, 162.
INFANCY,
guardian and ward, disability, statutory relief from,

INFANT-Continued.[

lien dig. 44; parent and child, dig. 67; partition, dig.

68.
INFERENCE,

property conveyed by, see deed, dig. 378.
INFLUENCE,

undue, see will, dig. 527; equity, dig. 379.
INFORMATION.

See extradition, dig. 404; quo warranto, R. D. 363.
INJUNCTION,

action at law, cross-bill, equity, pleading, answer,

striking out, dig. 358; see boundary, dig. 450; con-
stitutional law, 81; damages, contempt, innocent
stockholders, dig. 518; to restrain a creditor from
proceeding in a foreign jurisdiction, leading ar-
ticle, 268; see executors, dig. 426; equity, dig. 20,91,
189, 333, 426; execution sale of wife's land, trespass,
remedy at law, dig. 91, 189, 333; see fraudulent con-
veyance, dig. 572; partnership, dig. 359; taxation,
dig. 214; threatened trespass, threatened nuis.
ance, dig. 524; trespass, lis pendens, specific per-
formance, dig. 500; trespass threatened, ways,
highway, commissioners, discretion, dig. 405; see

trust, ways, dig. 287.
INJURIES,

to children, leading article on, by Albert N. Krupp,

33; see corporations, dig. 307.
INJURY,

irreparable, see boundary, dig. 450; to servant, see

master and servant, dig. 310.
INNKEEPER,

lien for board, property of third person received as

property of guest, dig. 92.
INSANITY.

See criminal law, dig. 595; will, dig. 334, 335,
INSOLVENOY LAWS.

See assignment, dig. 377; liability of assignee, omis-

sion from dividend of accounts filed but mis.
placed, dig. 597; see banking, dig. 283; comity, dig:
139; conflict of laws, dig. 377; of bank, see criminal

law, dig. 570; evidence, dig. 452.
INSOLVENT ESTATE.

See executor, dig. 597.
INSOLVENT.

See sale, dig. 238.
INSPECTION.

See constitutional law dig. 377.
INSURANCE.

See agency, etc., 130; agent, negligence of fire in.

surance, practice, testimony, dig. 525; see benefit
associations, life insurance, payment of premium,
dig. 380; see company, charter, powers, policy,
evidence, dig. 358; contracts to maintain other in.
surance, dig. 67; see corporation, dig. 331 ; fire in.
surance, dig. 110; see fire, action, evidence, opinion,
agent, policy, alteration, dig. 597; see fire insur-
ance, adjustment of loss, arbitration, husband
and wife, fraud, dig. 333; fire insurance, city ordi.
nance, dig. 262; see fire, evidence, policy, waiver,
breach, agent, knowledge of, appeal, dig. 500; tire
insurance, increasing risk, construction of policy,
dig. 212; fire insurance, inventory, dig. 189; see
fire and storm, condition, vacancy of house, R. D.
385; see fire insurance, trial, evidence, parol evi.
dence, dig. 476; see fraud, waiver of tort, admis.
sions, partnership, damages, Western, etc. Co. v.
Towle, ann. cas. 369; life insurance, dig. 21; see
life, acceptance, accident before payment, wager.
ing policy, insurable interest, recovery of pre-
mium, dig. 427; see life insurance, action, evidence,
legal representatives, dig. 405; sne life insurance,
beneficiaries in mutual company, dig. 285 ; see life,
insurable interest, public policy, speculation, dig:
501; see limitations, "vacant' house, increase of
risk, forfeiture, dig. 500; see life insurance, mutual
relief association, beneficiary's name inserted
after death, dig. 92; practice, dig. 382; see life
insurance, representations, occupation, equivocal
question, instruction, policy, warranty, verdict,
evidence, dig. 572; see policy, implied waiver, pre-

mium, agency, dig. 452.
INSTRUCTION.

See agency, dig. 474; carrier, dig. 594; charge to jury,

dig. 165 ; see carrier, etc., R. D. 123 ; descent and

distribution, dig. 140.
INFANT,

action, goods sold to partnership, plea of infancy,

estoppel, dig. 380; see descent, dig. 404; judgment,
dig. 538; service of process on, see equity, dig. 451 ;

see fraud, dig. 236; see commercial law, dig. 162;
sce criminal law, dig. 66, 261, 284, 308; evidence, dig.
261, 262, 309, 572; insurance, dig. 572; negligence, dig.
382; dig. 453; partition, dig. 625; froin plaintiff's
attorney, see sheriff, dig. 699; practice, dig. 429;
private, see agency, dig. 594; rule for, see carrier,

dig. 497; sale, dig, 429; trover, dig. 455.
INTENT.
See criminal law, dig. 425; deed, dig. 332; fraud, dig.

309.
INTENTION,

of grantor, see deed, dig. 211; see is intention an ex-

isting fact, deceit, fraud, fraudulent representa.
tions, R. D. 362; gifts, dig. 380; mortgage, dig. 501;
of parties, see witness, dig. 142; for special use
see sale, dig, 311.

548.

INTEREST.

See agency, etc. 130; claims against decedent's estate,

dig. 333; computation, costs, appeal, apportion.
ment, dig. 310; computation, rests, when to be
made, dig. 405; see damages, dig. 284; conveyed,
see deed, dig. 332; insurable, see insurance. dig. 500,
501; see lex loci contractus, B. D. 100; mortgage, dig.

501, 519; partnership, dig. 550; will, dig. 70.
INTER-STATE,

garnishment, exemption laws of State of domicile,

Missouri, etc. Co. v. Maltby. ann, cas. 154; see gov.
garnishment, dig. 357; letter concerning, 23;

international jurisdiction, C. E. 145.
INTERROGATION,

as to crime, see witness, dig. 552.
INTERVENTION.

See attachment dig. 307; husband and wife, dig. 310.
INTESTACY.

See pleading, dig. 477.
INTOXICATING LIQUORS.

See criminal law, dig. 235, 331, 332, 475; evidence, dig.

572; pleading, nuisance, constitutional law, due
process of law, equity, trial by jury, dig. ; search
and seizure, criminal practicc, dig. 358; Sunday

sales, see constitutional law, dig. 331.
INTOXICATION.

See contract, dig. 498.
INVENTORY.

See fire insurance, dig. 118, 189.
• I WILL,"

JURISDICTION-Continued.

tion, office, officer, de facto, agency, ratification,
dig. 263; guardian and ward, dig, 333; homestead,
dig. 380! husband and wife, dig. 333; inter-state and
international, C. E. 145; judgment, dig. 548, 5:8; lim-
itations, dig. 406; removal of causes, dig. 574; sale,
dig. 502; State and federal relative, constitutional
law, ann. cas. 10; State courts, trust, dig. 455 ; tax-

ation, dig. 22, 94; will, dig. 334, 335.
JUROR,

competency, see criminal practice, R. D. 75; criminal

law, dig. 42; misconduct of, see criminal law, dig.
JURY,

attorney, interest, mortgage, dig. 44; contempt, wit.

ness, appeal, criminal law, de facto grand jury,
de facto jury, dig. 92; see corporation, dig. 307;
criminal law, dig. 117, 140, 188; of view, see eminent
domain, dig. 378; evidence, dig. 92; functions of,
see fraud. dig. 405; judges of law, see criminal
practice, R. D. 75; misleading, see evidence, dig.
572; negligence, dig. 213; trials in civil cases, C. E.

361; trial by, see intoxicating liquors, dig. 127.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,

appeal, trial de novo, dig. 212; see courts, dig. 117; quo

warranto, dig. 406.
JUSTIFICATION.
See criminal law, dig. 595; under legislative sanction,

see nuisance, dig. 550.
KIN,

“next of kin," see settlement, dig. 551.
KNOWLEDGE,

of danger, see master and servant, dig. 310; particu.

lar of individual acts, see witness, dig. 383.
KRUPP, ALBERT N.,

author of article on “Injuries to Children,” 33; of

note to Woodward, etc. Co. v. Jones, 299.
LABOR TICKETS.

See action, dig. 138.
LACHES,

action for false representations, failure to enforce

judgment, dig. 405; see equity, dig. 524 ; equitable
action, dig. 596; evidence, dig. 43; lien, dig. 44, 263;

mortgage, dig. 333, 381; trust, dig. 455.
LAND,

what land passes, see deed, dig. 332.
LAND GRANT.

See post office, dig. 598.
LAND LAW,

of California, see judgment, dig. 452; entry, writ of,
deed unrecorded, attachment, judgment, execu:

tion, levy and sale, dig. 165.
LANDLORD ÅND TENANT,

at will, notice, ways, evidence, dig. 501; contract,

rent, occupancy, dig. 573; covenant, dig. 234; defect
of premises, repairs by landlord, neglect, several
tenants, dig: 406; ejectment, dig. 141; fixtures, dig.
149; lease, execution by agent; tenant at will, use
and occupation, evidence, covenant, dig. 93; lease
on shares, assignment, attachment, dig. 452; evi.
dence, dig. 117; lease, construction, rent, joint
tenants, amendment, repairs, custom, dig. 549; see

lien, dig. 44; negligence, dig. 165.
LAND-OWNERS,

not assessable, see ways, dig. 430.
LAND-PUBLIC LAND,
presumption, estoppel, vendor and vendee, public

policy, dig. 501.
LAND-STATE OR SWAMP.

See public lands, dig. 525.
LAPSED LEGACIES.

See will, dig. 382.
LARCENY.

See criminal law, dig. 87, 140, 235, 284.
LAW OF LIBEL,

article by J. W. Donovan, C. E. 122.
JETSAM AND FLOTSAM.

24, 47, 71, 96, 120, 144, 168, 192, 216, 240, 264, 288, 312, 335,

360, 381, 408, 432, 456, 489, 504, 528, 552, 576, 600.
JOINDER.

See equity, dig. 308.
JOINT TENANTS,

adverse possession, co-tenant, dig. 43; see deed, dig.

261; landlord and tenant, dig. 549; tax title , limita-
tions, deed, description, account, evidence, res ad.

judicata, dig. 92; see tenancy, dig. 477.
JOSÉS, DWIGHT ARVEN,

author of treatise on construction of contracts, 143.
JOURNALS,

legislative, see constitutional law, dig. 162.
JOYCE, JOSEPH A.,

author of article on Charitable Uses, 364.
JUBILEE,

the queen's jubilee, 73, 144.
JUDICIAL DISCRETION.

See covenant, dig. 10, 187, 334, 547.
JUDICIAL NOTICE.

See highways, dig. 427.
JUDICIAL OFFICE.

See quo warranto, dig. 406.
JUDICIAL RECORD.

See evidence, dig. 452.
JUDICIAL SALES.

See chancery practice, dig. 283; equity, dlg. 426 ; sale,

dig. 213
JUDICIARY.

California, C. E. 169; independence of, C. E. 121.
JUDGES,

Are Judges above Criticism” leading article, 246;

criticising, C. E. 242, 335; comments upon evidence,
see evidence, dig. 572; how judges should be

chosen, C. E. 313; libelling, see libel, R. D. 267.
JUDGMENT,

arrest of, non obstante veredicto, fraud, mistake, res

judicata, dig. 476; assignment, dig. 260; California,
land law of, dig. 452; conclusiveness, action on,
infant, voidable, dig. 295; covenant, dig. 547; de.
fault, burden of of proof, R. D. 314; ejectment,
dig. 117; equity, dig. 164; estoppel, dig. 189,
43; evidence, leading article by H. Campbell
Black, 412; evidence, dig. 43; executor, dig. 379;
foreign judgment, bar to pending action, how
pleaded, parol evidence, dig. 67; husband and wife,
dig. 262; jurisdiction, presumption, execution, sale,
sheriff's return, amendment, confirmation of sale,
trusts, resulting and secret trusts, infants, reason.
able time, limitations, retroactive law, deed, exe-
cution of, foreign State, evidence. 598; laches, dig.
405; lien, equity, deed, mistake, dig. 525; mortgage,
dig. 406; see non obstante, carrier, dig. 498; opening of
terms, set-off, dig. 575; partition, dig. 237; partner.
ship, dig. 407; pleading, dig. 334; pledge, dig. 502;
promise to pay, contract, dig. 260; revival, pre-
sumption of payment, burden of proof, jurisdic-
tion, transcript, dig. 518; sale, dig. 502; set-off, dig.

382; taxation, dig. 22; ven dorand vendee, dig. 430.
JURISDICTION.

See charity, dig. 330; conflict of laws, dig. 281, 377;

consent, practice, dig 477; constitutional law, ann.
cas. 10; courts, dig. 117; criminal law, dig. 66, 117;
deed, dig. 499; divorce, dig. 42; equity, dig. 188, 379,
451; estoppel, dig. 571; executors, dig: 499; false im-
prisonment, dig. 6:24 ; federal banks, dig. 187; fed-
eral, impairing obligation of contract, municipal
corporation. monopoly, R. D. 506; federal jurisdic-

C. E. 193.
LAWFUL CALLING,

power to control, see constitutional law, dig. 331.
LAW MERCHANT.

See contlict of laws, dig. 594.
LAWSON, JOHN D.,

author of "defenses to crime," vol. V. reviewed, 47.
LAWYER,

the best, 0. E., 25.
LAW,

unwritten, progressive capacity of, C. E., 361.
LAYING OUT.

See ways, dig. 287.
LEADING CASES IN THE COMMON LAW,

(Shirley) review of, 431.
LEASEHOLD.

See covenant, dig. 425; fraud, dig. 262.
LEASE.

See landlord and tenant, dig. 93, 519; lessor and

lessee, see eminent domain, dig. 404.
LEGACY,

ademption of, see will, dig. 527; annuity, dig. 19; see

conflict of laws, dig. 281; gift, dig. 283; see decree,
action, pleading, statute, dig. 549; trust, dig. 238;
will, dig. 45, 70, 266, 287, 334, 335, 476, 478, 527.

LEGISLATION,

slipshod, C. E., 145.
LEGISLATIVE JOURNALS.

See constitutional law, dig. 187.
LEGISLATURE,

assuming judicial functions, see corporazion, dig.

378.
LESSOR AND LESSEE.

See absolute and qualified property, R. D. 170; re-

newal case, waste, dig. 549.
LEVY.

See execution, dig. 452, 524; partnership, dig. 286;

void levy, see contract, dig. 307.
LES FORI.

See assignment, dig. 402.
LEX LOCI.

See evidence, dig. 426.
LEX LOCI CONTRACTUS.

See evidence, dig. 309; wagering contracts, R. D. 196;

see ler loci solutionis, election of parties, express

reservation of interest, usury, R. D. 100.
LIBEL AND SLANDER,

various rulings upon, dig. 67; see publication in ju-

dicial proceedings privileged, dig. 93.
LIBEL,

the law of, C. E., 193; see libelling a judge, bribery,

pleading, R. D. 267; marriage, dig. 573.
LICENSE.

See constitutional law, dig. 498; to cross tracks, see

negligence, dig. 333; criminal law, dig. 331, 332; tres-

pass, dig. 551.
LIEN.

See agistment, dig. 356; of corporation on stock, see

corporation, dig. 595; of deed of trust, see when
payee cannot discharge by entering satisfaction
on record margin, dig. 21; equitable, see deed, dig.
499; equity, dig. 524; see husband and wife, dig. 262;
for improvements, see corporation, dig. 378; inn-
keeper, dig. 92; judgment, dig. 525; see landlord
and tenant, devise, infant, laches, guardian and
ward, insolvency, equity, dig. 44; mortgage, dig.
21; priority of, see mortgage, dig. 573; trover, dig.
486; of vendor, see vendor and vendee, dig. 478, 214,

359, 593; will, saches, dig. 263.
LIFE ESTATE.

See estate, dig. 20; will, dig. 46.
LIFE INSURANCE.

See gift, dig. 118; insurance, dig. 21, 92, 285, 380, 405, 427,

501, 572.
LIFE INTEREST.

See will, dig. 503.
LIMITATION,

of action, see executor, dig. 597; see assignment, dig.
402; of liability of common carrier, dig. 19, 20; con.
ditional, see will, dig. 26, 527; deed, dig. 523; équit-
able action, dig. 596; equity. dig. 524 ; insurance, dig.
500; judgment, dig. 598; of liability, dig. 498; see
will, dig. 527; statute of, adverse possession, co-
tenancy, estoppel, probate court, jurisdiction, use
of water, possession, guaranty, consideration,
practice, dig. 406; adverse possession, dig. 190 see
corporation, dig. 261; deed, dig, 66, 117, 403, 199; dis-
ability, dig. 93; Dyer v. Wittler, S. C. Mo. ann. cas.
393; immunity of the United States, trust fund, R.
D. 315; see joint tenants and tenants in common,
dig. 92; mortgage, debt, foreclosure, evidence,

notes, dig. 427; mutual account, assumpsit, dig. 236.
LIONBERGER, ISAAC H.,

author of leading article on “Shares of stock, etc." 3.
LIQUIDATED DAMAGES.

See damages, dig. 596.
LIS PENDENS.

See ejectment, dig. 235; estoppel, dig. 43; injunction,

MANSLAUGHTER.

See criminal law, dig. 140, 451, 570.
MARGIN.

See agency, dig. 41.
MARRIAGE,
28 and birth of child, see will, R. D. 172; a consideration,

for deed, see deed, dig. 426; divorce, cruelty, false
charges, libel, demurrer, dig. 573; divorce, the Se-
bright case, R. D. 577; evidence, presumption, co-
habitation and reputation, appeal of Reading, etc.
Company, Guardian, case in full, 472; formalities
essential to, leading article by David Stewart, 221;
is marriage a contract?

C. E. 289; rights and obli-
gations of, by Maxwell Brothers, review of, 528.
MARRIED WOMAN.

See assignment, dig. 260; contract, dig. 403; disabili.

ties of coverture, powers conferred, when relieved
of, dig. 141; see equity, dig. 66; wife's separate estate,
see fraud, dig. 189; liability of, for Improvement to
Her Separate Real Estate, leading article by H.
Campbell Black. 293; see méchanics lien and leading
article, 244; mortgage by, see homestead, dig. 380;
title to real property bought by husband, deed in
his name, his creditors, evidence, res geste, declara-

tions, dig. 380.
MARSHAL.

U. S., see attachment, dig. 307.
MASTER,

duty of, see master and servant, dig 428.
MASTER AND SERVANT,

dig. 44; apprentice, majority, contract, quantum
meruit, evidence, set-off, injury to servant, knowl.
edge of danger, discharged servant, dig. 310; as.
sumption of risk, evidence, negligence, dam.
ages, dig. 453; see corporation, dig. 474; 65;
evidence, dig. 236; fellow-servant, defective shaft
in mine, dig. 406; fellow-servant, evidence, expert,
former acts of carelessness, declaration of servant
negligence, accident, damages, dig. 381; injuries to
servant, negligence, fellow-servant, dig. 190; ma-
chinery, duty of master, servants, knowledge of
defects, dig. 428; machinery, fencing, trial, charge
on facts, negligence, contributory negligence, neg.
ligent habits, pleading, danger, risks, dig. 573; neg.
ligence, R. D. and dig. 93, 165, 333, 340; negligence,
independent contractor, nuisance, Hexamer v.
Webb, ann,

cas. 249; railroad companies, dig. 598.
MAUGHT V. GETZENDANNEE,

ann, cas. 278.
MAXWELL BROTHERS,

authors of rights and obligations of marriage, 528.
MAYOR.

See corporation, dig. 307.
MCKEAN, A. G.,

author of note on Louisville etc. Co v. Allen, 419.
MCQUILLIN, EUGENE,

author of article on refreshing memory etc. 53;
author of note to State v. Shaeffer, 257, author of

leading article on Use and Occupation, etc., 387.
MEASURE OF DAMAGES.

See damages, dig. 211; set-off, dig. 69,
MECHANIC'S LIEN,

construction of statute, action by mechanic, set-off ,

claim against contractor, dig. 165, 296; contract
dig. 474 ; Liability of the Property of a Married Wo.
man to, leading article by S. 8. Merrill, 244; material,
title to lot, verified account, dig. 453; pleading, dig.

429: possession of land, right of owner, dig. 476.
MEMORANDUM.

See frauds, dig. 212.
MEMORY,

refreshing, evidence, dig. 571; refreshing, witness,

dig. 431.
MERGER.

See deed, dig. 332; trust, particular estate, reversion,

dig. 263.
MERRILL, S. S.,

author of note on case of ex parte Royal, 10, 15; author
of note on Regina v. Ashwell, ann. cas. 90; author
of note to Hoke v. St. Louis etc. Co. ann. cas. 202;
author of article on Mechanics' Lien etc. 244; au-
thor of note on Dyer v. Wittler, 398; author of note

on Carrington v. City of St. Louis. 496.
METES AND BOUNDS.

See execution, dig. 452.
MIHILLS, L. K.

author of leading article on Personal Liability of

Bank Officers. 272.
MINNESOTA DIGEST,

review of, 216.
MILL.

See water, dig. 503.
MISAPPROPRIATION,

of funds, see trust, 407.
MISREPRESENTATION,

of value, fraud, dig. 92, 379.
MISSOURI, ETC. CO. V. MALTBY,

ann. cas. 151.
MISTAKE.

See contract, dig. 570; deed, dig. 426; in description of

dig. 500; pleading, dig. 334.
LOST WILL.

See restoration, etc. 29.
LUGGAGE

See carrier, dig. 546.
LUNATIC.

See guardlan and ward, dig. 333.
MACHINERY.

See eminent domain, dig. 403; fencing of, see master

and servant, dig. 573; 428.
MAIL CONTRACTS.

See post office, dig. 598.
MAINTENANCE,

provision for, see will, dig. 527.
MAJORITY,

apprentice, see master and servant, dig. 310.
MALICIOUS PROSECUTION.

See damages, dig. 332; pleading, damages, aider

by verdict, dig. 285; probable cause, burden of

proof, corporations, R. D. 44, 458.
MALONE, WM. HENRY,

author of “ criminal briefs," 504.
MANDAMUS,

cannot control judgment or discretion of inferior

court, adequate remedy by appeal bars mandamus,
dig. 21; pleading, evidence, dig. 67; procedure, pri-
vate incorporation, inspection of books, Phænix
ete. Co. v. Commonwealth, ann. cas. 581.

note, mortgage, dig. 453; equity, dig. 378; false im.

MISTAKE_Continued.

prisonment, dig. 357; fraud, dig. 285; judgment, dig.

476, 525, mortgage, dig. 333; partnership, dig. 550.
MODE,

of examining witnesses, C. E. 74.
MONUMENTS.

fixed, deed, dig. 571.
MORRIS, HENRY S.

author of article on Restoration of Lost or Spolia-

ted Will, 368, 29.
MORTGAGE,

absolute deed defeasance, evidence, dig. 44; see

advances, future, redemption, interest, services,
demand, priority, foreclosure, sale, dig. 549; see
mortgagees, rights of advances, rents and profits,
deed absolute in form, conditional sale, 190; see
assignment, sale of notes, satisfaction, entry of,
equity, description of notes, removal of cause,
advances, rents and profits, dig. 212; see assign-
ment, priority, lien, dig. 186, 497, 546, 573; see as.
sumption by vendee, payment, subrogation, estop-
pel, chattel mortgage, description, identification,
evidence, conversion by stranger, forged notes,
dig. 428; chattel mortgage, see agistment, dig. 356;
see chattel mortgage, usury, constructive delivery,
trover, judgment, foreclosure, rents and profits,
payment, appropriation of payments, dig. 106; see
chattel mortgage, registration, notice, foreclosure,
parties, fraudulent conveyance, sale, publication,
263; contract, dig. 307, 474; corporation, dig. 377;
covenant, dig. 425; debt, evidence of debt, dig. 285;
see deed absolute, evidence, intention, foreclosure,
interest, witness, incumbrance, record, notice,
vendor and vendee, rescission, payment, dig, 501;
see deed absolute, right of transferee, evidence,
dig. 476; deed, dig. 20, 233, 357, 403; ejectment, dig.
235; equity, dig. 308, 524; estoppel, dig. 43; executor,
dig, 285 ; fixtures, dig. 43; see foreciosure, entry,
administration, security, bond, breach, demand,
widow, dower, dig. 310; see foreclosure, sale, error,
surplus, tender, burden of proof, dig. 165; see fore-
closure, sale of platted lots, validity, action to set
aside sale, laches, pleading, dig. 381'; foreclosure
of, see trust, dig. 599; foreclosure, see usury, dig.
575; foreclosure of, see vendor, dig. 675; fraud, dig.
189; jury, dig. 44; limitations, dig. 428; by married
woman, see homestead, dig. 380; see mistake in
description of note, foreclosure, set-off, breach,
good-will, dig. 453; pledge, dig. 502; see property
not in mortgagor's possession, deed, mistake,
mortgage acquiring tax title, redemption, laches,
failure to redeem, dig. 333; railroad, dig. 477; see
stranger paying debt, dig. 142; substitution of,
leading article, by M. W. Hopkins, 579; trover, dig.
455; trust, dig. 287; see lien, vendor and vendee,

dig. 21.
MORTGAGEE,

rights of, see mortgage, dig. 190.
MOTION,

for verdict, see, replevin, dig. 450.
MULTIFARIOUSNESS.

See equity, dig. 308.
MULTIPLICITY,

NEGLECT.

See ladlord and tenant, dig. 406.
NEGLIGENCE,

dig. 190, 476; action on account of explosion of loco.
motive boiler, Louisville, etc. Co. v. Allen, ann.
cas. 428; see banking, dig. 182; carrier, etc., R. D.
123, 234, 369, 546, 570, 594; children in public street,
dig. 358'; collision, instructions, contributory neg.
ligence, common carrier, carrier without compen-
sation, care required of, false apprehensions of
danger, damages, dig. 453; contributory, negli.
gence, employment on railroad track, dig. 598;
contributory, pleading, municipal corporation,
practice, new trial, Seier v. Missouri Pacific R.
Co., ann cas. 345; contributory negligence, trav.
elers at crossing, dig. 407; contributory negligence,
railroad, dig. 162, 237; death of three-year old
child, duty of property owner, dig. 573; defective
highway, damages, dig. 44; defective machinery,
etc., Woodward, etc. Co. v. Jones, ann. cas. 296; ev.
idence, prima facie case, contributory negligence,
prudence required in danger, railroads, stopping
places, trial, statements of counsel, child, con-
tractor, dig. 428; evidence, physician, privilege, in.
juries to wife, husband and wife, standard of case,
dig. 93; evidence, dig. 261, 311; Excusable, What Will
Relieve the Maker of a Negotiable Instrument from
Liability to a Bona Fide Purchaser, leading article,
by W. M. Rockell, 149; fellow-servant or vice-prin:
cipal, Hoke v. St. Louis, etc. Co., ann. cas. 202; see
corporation, dig. 91, 450, 474, 499; "The Doctrine of
Imputed Negligence, as Applied to Children,"
leading article, by W. G. Whipple, 410, 459, instruc-
tions, contributory negligence, leaving machinery
exposed, dig. 382; landlord and tenant, nuisance,
pleading, master and servant, tools, dig. 165; “The
Law of," treatise, by James H. Deering, review of,
192; license to cross tracks, public way, master and
servant, railroad, snow-bank, signal, speed, con-
tributory negligence, dig. 333; see master and ser-
vant, dig. 93, 190, 340, 381, 453; municipal corpora-
tion, grade of street, dig. 286; negligent habits, see
master and servant, dig. 573; pleading, damages,
railroad, contributory, negligence, jury, firing
guns near highway, dig. 213, probable cause, rail.
roads, dig. 550; "of 'Railway Passengers in Immi-
nent Peril," leading article, Irish Law Times, 659;
railroad companies, dig. 166; railroad, evidence,
dig. 525; sale, dig. 311; sidewalk, crossing skid,
presumption, railroad crossing, evidence, dig.
502; treatise on the law of, by H. E. Smith and W.

H. Whitaker, review of, 239.
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT.

See assignment, dig. 234; commercial lw, R. D. 219;

notice, evidence, agent, dig. 333.
NEW TRIAL.

See action, etc., dig. 234; appeals, review of, 383; as -

signment, dig. 569; carrier, dig. 594; courts, dig. 117;
covenant. dig. 356: criminal law, dig. 42, 140, 523,
548; equity, res adjudicata, diligence, dig, 118; evi-

dence, dig. 596; practice, dig. 3:29; will, dig; 166.
NON DELIVERY,

of goods, carriers, R. D. 211.
NON OBSTANTE VEREDICTO.

See judgment, dig. 476.
NOTE,

of suits, see executors, dig. 426.
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION,
charter, construction, prohibition of liquor sales,

when absolute, dig. 212; see corporations, C. E.98;
corporations, 'dig. 139, 162, 307, 331, 378, 450, 474, 517;
criminal law, dig. 117; evidence, dig. 161; highways,
streets, liability of corporation for negligence of
abutting proprietors, Langan v. City of Atchison,
ann. cas. 106; improvements, special assessments,
special taxation, ordinance, dig. 116; negligence,
knowledge of policeman, privileged communica:
tions, how waived, Carrington v, City of St.
Louis, ann. cas. 494 ; see negligence, dig. 286; ofli.

cer, dig. 237; sewer, nuisance, damuges, dig. 14.
MURDER

See criminal law, dig. 188, 499, 570, 595.
MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION.

See insurance, dig. 92.
MUTUAL COMPANY.

See insurance, dig. 285.
MUTUAL RELIEF.

See corporation, dig. 331.
MYER, W. G.,

editor of Federal Decisions, 168.
NAME,

assumed, see will, dig. 142.
NATIONAL BANKS.

See banks, dig. 591.
NATURAL GAS.

See absolute and qualified property, R. D. 170.
NATURALIZATION.

See quo wurranto, dig. 477.
NATURALIZATION LAWS,

C. E. 169.
NEGATIVE PREGNANT.

See pleading, dig. 429.

on ex parte Royal, by S. S. Merrill, 15; Hitte v. Republi.

can, etc., Co., ann, cas. 64; Hockett v. State, tele-
phone law, by W. W. Thornton. 39; Langer v. Atch-
ison, by Frank C. Haddock, 106; ann, cas. Louis-
ville, etc. Co. v. Citizens, etc. Co., by H. Campbell
Black 86; Regina v. Ashwell, ann., cas., by S. S.
Merrill. 90; to Vicksburg, etc. Co. v. Dennis, ann.
cas., by H. Campbell Black, 18; payment, dig, 429;

promissory, cominercial law, dig. 498.
NOTES OF RECENT DICISIONS,

2, 26, 51, 75, 99, 123, 146, 170, 195, 218, 243, 266, 291, 315, 339,

362, 385, 410, 434, 458, 402, 506, 530, 555, 578.
NOTES.

application of payments, principals, dig. 358.
NOTICE,

actual, see vendor, dig. 575; bill to grant title, R. D.

171; carrier, dig. 211; commercial law, dig. 162; con-
fusion of goods, dig. 403; deed, dig. 20; of dissolu-
tion, see partnership, dig. 454; drains, dig. 5996; evi.
dence, dig. 164; execution, dig. 236, 262; judicial, see
highways, dig. 427; to quit, see landlord, dig. 501; by
mail, see sale, dig. 331; mortgage, dig. 263, 501; ne.
gotiable instrument. dig. 333; nuisance, dig. 598;
pleading, dig. 166; partition, dig. 525; partnership,
dig. 119; sale, idig. 213; Wade on notice, review of.

120; see ways, dig. 238.
NOVATION,

assignment of future wages, acceptance, dig. 429.
NUISANCE,

corporation charter, railroad, easement, Pennsyl.

vania R. R. Co. v. Angel, ann. cas. 158; see criminal
law, dig. 518; eminent domain, dig. 499; injunction,
dig. 524; intoxicating liquors, dig. 427; municipal
corporation, dig. 44; negligence, dig. 165; By Noise
in a Private House leading article from Solicitor's

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