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NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS LAW,

burden of proof of an issue of want of con

sideration under the Negotiable Instruments

Law, 350, 412. PARADES,

see INJUNCTIONS. PARTNERSHIP,

elements of partnership, 171. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,

see CHIROPRACTORS.
physician may give opinion based on X-ray

plate without producing plate. 221. physician's opinion must be based on sufficient

facts, 400. unlicensed person may recover for services as

nurse, 400. PRINCIPAL AND AGENT, the powers of a mercantile agent-the English

Factors Act, 295. PROFESSIONAL ETHICS,

recent decisions by the New York County Law

yers' Association committee on professional

ethics, 87, 142, 267, 286. PUBLIC UTILITIES, valuation of public utility property for rate

making purposes, 255.

when a business becomes a public utility, 364. RAILROADS,

see CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS.
see INTERSTATE COMMERCE.
business of railroad checkroom not interstate,

95.
railroad employee renewing ties engaged in

interstate commerce, 401. section hand burning fireguard to protect rail

road from liability under state statute not

engaged in interstate commerce, 239. RECENT DECISIONS IN THE BRITISH COURTS,

63, 117, 185, 208, 348, 370. REMOVAL OF CAUSES,

removal of cause to federal court when neither

party is citizen of state where action is

brought, 203. REFORM OF PROCEDURE,

defeat of justice through adhering to rules of

procedure, 129. SALES,

Congress may regulate future sales of grain

on Boards of Trade, 293. duty and care of buyer of goods bought under

"sale or return" contract or on approval, in

returning same, 357. effect of selling automobile without complying

with statute, 338. obligation to accept a customer (Eng.), 185. SHIPS AND SHIPPING,

see MARINE INSURANCE.

collision damages-how measured (Eng.), 370. STATE LAWS,

see CONSTITUTIONAL LAW,
see TAXATION.
delegation of legis ative power to administra-

tive board, 131.
federal injunction against state statutes well

regulated, 93. North Dakota conciliation law held valid, 232. statute imposing 10 per cent penalty for delay

in paying wages held invalid, 257. statute requiring appellate court to review evi

dence as affecting right to trial by jury is

constitutional, 363. Texas motor vehicle law held invalid, 76. validity of statute permitting employees time

from their work to vote, 222.

UNITED STATES,

dangers that threaten and our obligations as

citizens, 297. meaning of the word “necessary" in Article

5 of the Constitution, 123. some dangerous tendencies in government, 23. suggested revision of the Constitution and leg

islative review of legislative acts, 277.

VENDOR AND PURCHASER,

effect of destruction of building between time

of signing of contract and delivery of deed, 328.

WILLS,

legacies; priorities and costs (Eng.), 336. validity of attestation clause of will on separate

piece of paper, 66.

WITNESSES,

perjury as contempt of court, 219.

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION,

corporate officer may be "Employee," 21. employee working on right of way engaged in

interstate commerce, 394. illness from noxious gases, 151. injury by shooting as compensable within the

Workmen's Compensation Act, 407. injury occurring on street car as compensa.

ble, 238. miner's detention in mine by fire does not

terminate his employment, 132. workmen's compensation cases and the phrase

"Odd lot," 21.

X-RAY,

see PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.

To All the “Digests of Current Opinions" in Vol. 96

This subject-index contains a reference under its appropriate head to every digest of cur-
rent opinions which has appeared in the volume. There are no cross-references, but each digest
is indexed herein under that head for which it would most naturally occur to a searcher to look.
The first figure after heading is the page number; the figures following are the digest numbers.

Action-Crimes Act, 15-1.

Admiralty--Local Death Statutes, 269-1.

Adverse Possessions-Color of Title, 396-1.

Agriculture-Laborers' Lien, 51-1.

Ambassadors and Consuls--Immunity, 51-2.
Arrest-Resisting Officer, 305-1; Unlawful, 179-1.
Assault and Battery-Intent, 413-7.
Assignments-Negotiable Instruments, 51-3.
Attorney and Client-Authority, 323-1; Disbarment,

69-1; Fee, 15-2; 269-2; 323-2; Representations,

323-3.
Automobiles-Admissions, 33-1; Agency, 33-2, 51-4,

89-1; 107-1; 215-1, 251-3, 305-2-3-6, 323-6, 341-2-3,
377-1, 396-2-3, 413-1; Allegation, 143-1; Approach.
ing Stationary Vehicle, 287-1; Borrowed, 359-3;
Brakes, 287-2; Cause of Action, 125-1. 341-1;
Chargeable Knowledge, 143-2; Contributory Neg.
ligence, 15-4, 305-5, 323-4, 396-4; Crossings, 125-2,
161-1, 179-3, 197-1, 233-1, 251-2; Damages, 51-5,
341-7; Defective Highways, 269-5; Defendants,
233-5; Degree of Care, 396-6; Demonstrations,
233-3; Evidence, 323 Extending from Rear
of Truck, 287-3; Incompetent Driver, 416-57;
Intoxicated Pedestrian, 233-4; Invitee, 269-3,
377-2; Liability, 125-4, 143-3, 269-4, 269-8, 413-2;
License, 33-3, 197-2, 269-11, 341-4-5-6, 396-5;
Manslaughter, 215-2; Negligence, 51-7, 125-5,
143-4, 161-2-3, 269-7, 305-4, 359-2; Ownership,
251-4; Passenger, 69-2, 305-7, 359-1, 413-4-5;
Registration, 51-8, 251-5; Right of Way, 125-6;
Road, 251-1, 269-10, 377-4-5; Signals, 15-3-5,
179-2, 233-2, 413-6; Speed, 125-3, 233-6, 269-9,
287-4, 377-3; Warrant. 215-3; Wrong Side of
Street, 269-12.

ferred Claims, 33-9, 89-8, 180-20-21; Priorities,
33-10, 180-22, 251-15, 287-8; Proof of Claim,
143-9; Qualified Creditors, 15-9; Receiver,
305-11; Referee, 377-6; Refund. 197-11; Repre-
sentation, 215-10; Sale, 125-9, 377-14; Schedules,
233-9; Securities, 33-11, 107-7, 323-9; State
Courts, 377-12-13: Taxes, 15-10, 251-12, 359-7;
Terms of Sale, 270-15; Title by Entirety, 33-12;
Trade Name, 69-6, 161-8, 342-14; Transfer,
33-13; Trustee, 69-7, 161-6, 323-7, 342-16, 369-12,
413-12; Trust Funds. 342-15; Wife of Bankrupt,
287-9; Withdrawal of Motion, 251-16; Witnesses,

252-17.
Banks and Banking-Absolute Purchaser, 414-14;

Acceptance of Check, 143-10, 306-20-21-22, 414-
16; Accounts, 306-23; Adverse Interest, 197-12;
Accounts, 306-23; Adverse Interest, 197-12;
Agency, 15-11-12. 33-14, 69-86 89-10, 125-10,
306-24, 396-13; Assets, 414-20; Bailments, 179-4;
Bank Note, 51-9; Cashier, 33-15, 161-11; Certified
Checks, 161-9; Certifier, 233-13; Checks, 107-8,
342-17-20, 359-8, 378-16; Claims, 251-9; Commin-
gled Assets, 306-25; Contracts, 34-18, 179-5; Con.
version, 179-7; Correspondent Bank, 270-17;
Credit Union, 161-10; Damages, 215-4; Demand,
179-10; Deposits, 15-13, 107-9, 215-5. 287-11, 323-
10-11, 342-18, 378-17, 414-18; Depositors, 233-12;
Double Liability, 233-11; Directors, 342-19. 378-18;
Dividends, 251-6; Drafts, 15-14. 414-19; Duty
to Notify, 179-6; False Reports, 69-9; Fed-
eral Reserve, 396-14; Forgery, 270-16; Fraud, 125-
11; Funds, 359-13; Guaranty Fund, 270-19; Illegal
Assent, 107-10; Injunction, 15-15; Joint Ac-
count, 179-8, 323-12; Letter of Credit, 359-10,
396-15; 414-17; Liability of Indorser, 125-12;
Liens, 161-13, 198-15, 215-6; Notes, 15-16, 33-17,
251-71, 359-9, 378-19; Notice, 414-15; Officer,
33-16, 378-20; Owner of Draft, 125-13; Party to
Suit, 179-9; Partnership Accounts, 125-14; Pref-
erence, 396-16; Preferred Claims, 15-17, 197-13;
President, 161-12, 251-8; Priorities, 197-14;
Representations. 359-12; Savings Account, 125-
15, 270-18; Set Off, 179-11, 251-10; Stakeholder,
143-12; State Superintendent. 287-10; Statute,
69-10; Stockholders, 143-11, 359-11; Stocks, 179-
12, 378-15; Stopped Payment, 397-17; Superin-
tendent of Banks. 342-21; Testimony to Joint
Account, 162-30: Trust. 107-11; Trustee, 179-13,
270-20; Trust Funds, 16-18, 34-19, 143-13, 323-13;
Ultra Vires Contracts. 51-10. 378-21; Unjust
Enrichment, 34-20; Withdrawals, 342-22.

Bailment-Borrowed Automobile, 359-3; Considera-

tion, 341-8; Filing, 396-8; Ownership, 396-7.
Bankruptcy-Accounting. 306-15; Act

of Bank-
ruptcy, 89-2; Appeal, 197-3; Assets, 215-7,
305-8-9, 413-11; Attorneys, 269-13, 396-9; As-
signment for Creditors, 413-8; Award, 107-2;
Bankrupts Checks, 233-7; Bona Fide Purchaser,
305-10; Bonds, 215-8; Bulk Sales Law, 287-6,
359-4; Chattel Mortgages, 89-3; Claims, 33-4,
107-3, 179-14, 180-23, 197-4, 233-8, 251-11, 287-5,
341-12-13, 413-9; Commingled Money, 161-5;
Common Law Trust, 287-7, 414-13; Composi-
tion, 179-15, 305-12; Conditional Sales, 33-5-6;
Consigned Goods, 341-9; Contempt, 359-5, 377-7;
Corporation Stock, 179-16; Discharge, 197-5,
306-19; Exemptions, 69-3, 143-6-7, 197-6; Ex-
penses, 341-10; Fraudulent Purchase. 215-9;
Homestead, 15-6. 107-4; Incriminating Evi-
dence, 323-8; Interested Party. 180-17; Juris-
diction, 69-4, 89-4, 107-5, 251-13, 377-9; Knowl-
edge of Insolvency, 180-18; Leased Premise,
107-6; Liability. 306-16; Liens, 69-5, 89-5-9,
161-4, 305-13, 341-11; Life Insurance, 89-6;
Liquidations, 251-14; Mortgage, 143-5-8, 197-7,
306-17, 377-8; Name, 180-19; Occupation, 806-18,
359-6; Partnership. 33-7, 89-7, 197-8, 306-14,
396-10-11; Payments, 413-11; Petitions, 33-8,
233-10; Petitioner, 269-14; Pledges, 125-7,
413-10; Power of Attorney, 197-9; Preference,
15-7-8, 125-8, 161-7, 180-20-21, 377-10-11; Pre-

Bills and Notes-Acceleration, 233-14, 359-14; Ac-

ceptance, 233-15; Accommodation Indorser,
89-11; Bank Officials, 252-18; Checks, 360-15;
Collateral, 198-16, 234-16, 287-13; Collecting
Agent, 287-12; Comaker, 323-14; Consideration,
51-11. 69-11, 215-12, 234-17, 270-21, 396-18; De-
fault of Part Payment, 234-18; Due Date,
306-27; Evidence, 107-12; Good Faith, 360-18;
Holder, 252-19, 397-19; Indorsements, 125-16,
126-17, 180-24; 234-21, 324-17; Makers, 16-19,
360-19. 378-22, 397-21; Marginal Notations,
306-28; Mortgages, 378-23; Negotiability, 34-21,
180-25, 234-19, 414-21; Notice, 34-22, 180-26,
270-22, 342-23; Notice of Fraud, 126-18, 161-14,
360-16; Ownership. 324-15; Payee, 397-20; Pay-
able to Bearer, 161-15; Payment, 360-17; Pre-
sumed Obligation, 234-20; Protest. 89-12, 306-26;
Revenue Stamps, 144-14. 324-16-18, 342-24;
Statute, 107-13; Surety, 16-20. 89-13; Third
Party, 252-20; Time Check, 51-12; Title, 69-12,
378-24.

Contempt-Inherent Right, 70-20.

Contracts - - Acceptance, 343-34; Consideration.

288-24; Fiduciaries, 90-19; Fraud, 34-31, 379-32;
Illegal, 34-32; Intention, 52-17; Jurisdiction,
415-33; Labor, 180-33; Mutuality, 52-18; Option,
90-20; Rescission, 397-29; Subsequent Agree.
ment, 379-33; Surety, 252-27; Time Limit,
216-21; Unilateral, 126-33.

Conversion-Election, 16-29.

Brokers-Commission, 252-21; Compensation, 161-16;

Deposits, 270-23; Jurisdiction, 34-23; Negli-

gence, 215-11; Principal, 16-21.
Carriers-Agency, 126-19; Bill of Lading, 89-14,

378-25; Care for Stock, 270-26; Crowded Car,
270-24; Damages, 90-15; Dead Bodies, 215-13;
Fenced Tracks, 270-25; Heated Coaches, 342-25;
Rates, 342-26, 378-27-29; Rebates, 378-28; Re-

lease of Liability, 144-15, 378-26.
Carriers of Baggage-Baggage, 108-14.
Carrier of Freight-Claims, 108-15; Damages, 34-25.
Carrier of Goods-Agency, 16-22, 144-16; Bill of

Lading, 126-20; Claims, 288-15. 360-21; Damages,
198-17; Delays, 307-29, 324-19; Delivery, 34-24,
126-21, 360-20; Household Goods, 288-14; Lia-
bility, 69-13; Penalties, 180-27; Shipper Must
Sue, 307-30; Striking Employees, 234-22; Title,

108-16, 324-20.
Carrier of Passengers-Accounts, 198-18; Bus

Driver, 198-19; Care, 198-23, 378-30, 414-23;
Cause of Action, 144-17; Charter, 414-22; Con-
necting Lines, 198-20; Fare, 215-14, 397-23; In-
jury, 307-31; Jurisdiction, 126-23; Liability,
144-18; Mileage, 360-22; Negligence, 144-19,
198-21, 215-15, 324-21; Parties, 126-25; Passen-
ger, 108-17, 126-24. 397-22-24; Permit, 288-16;
Recovery, 198-22; Right of Way, 126-22; Sleep-

ing Passenger, 180-28 Signals, 360-23.
Charities-Aged Poor, 324-22; Trustee, 270-27.
Chattel Mortgages-Actual Knowledge, 270-28;

Cancelled Debt, 108-18; Conditional Sales,
162-17; Conversion, 51-13; Foreclosure, 69-14;
Priorities, 34-26, 307-32; Registration. 16-23;

Sales, 16-24.
Civil Rights-Restaurants, 198-24.

Corporations-Acceptance, 162-21; Agents, 70-24,

144-24, 234-32, 307-37, 360-29; Attachments,
216-22; Books, 70-26, 180-34; By-Laws, 70-21;
Charter, 162-25, 181-36; Constituent Company,
324-24; Consolidated, 324-25; Contracts, 234-31.
360-30; De Facto, 307-35;

Directors, 34-33,
144-25, 162-22. 181-37, 379-36; Dividends, 198-31;
Electors, 16-31; Equity, 198-32; Estoppel, 70-22;
216-23; Expenditures, 181-38; Filing, 379-37; For-
eign, 52-20, 144-26; Fraud, 70-23, 108-25-26, 181.
39: Incorporations, 234-34; Increased Capital,
343-38; Interstate Commerce, 181-40; Jurisdic.
tion, 216-24, 252-31, 271-36, 343-35, 397-30; Knowl.
edge Implied, 90-21; Lease, 307-36; Liable, 379.
35; Liability, 126-34, 415-34; License, 343-36; Lo-
cation of Transaction, 216-25; Mortgage, 70-25,
271-35; 379-38; Notice. 16-32, 52-19, 108-23;
Officers, 16-30, 343-37; Place

of Business,
162-23-24. 234-33; Property,

252-29; Proxy,
16-33; Public Utility, 415-35; Purpose, 216-27;
Qualified to Sue. 108-24. 379-39; Receivers,
144-27, 180-35; Reorganized Companies, 252-30;
Representations, 16-34; Right to

Rescind,
90-22; Seal, 288-25; Service, 17-35. 70-27, 126-35,
198-33, 216-28, 343-39, 415-37; Slander, 288-26;
Stock. 216-26, 252-28-32, 307-38, 324-26, 397-31,
415-36-38.

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Colleges and Universities--Compensation, 360-24.
Commerce--Agency, 360-27; Coal Cars, 70-15; De-
murrage,

414-24; Duty, 342-28; Employee,
108-19, 234-26, 414-27-28; Federal Trades, 70-16;
Final Order, 342-27; Fuel Administration,
414-25; Garnishment and Attachment, 180-29;
Inspection, 252-22, 270-30; Interstate, 34-27,
126-26-27, 144-20-21-22, 162-18-19, 180-30,
288-17-18, 397-25; Interrupted Journey, 342-29;
Intrastate, 126-28; License, 198 -25; Limiting
Liability, 234-34; Market Manipulations, 271-31;
Mining, 360-25; Newspapers, 360-26; Rates,
51-14, 198-26. 234-23, 379-31; Shuttle Train,
270-29; Statute, 34-28; Steamship Agents,
51-15; Stolen Automobile, 198-27; Stopping
Train, 271-32; Switching Crews, 216-16; Taxa-
tion. 126-29, 144-23, 216-17, 307-33. 397-26;
Tickets, 234-25, 414-26; Trade Mark, 216-18;

Transportation of Persons, 252-23.
Confiscation-Coal, 108-31-32; Ownership of Coal,

108-32.
Constitutional Law-Acts of

Congress, 397-27;
Amendments, 70-17: Appointments, 252-25;
Bonds, 414-29; Boundary Lines, 34-30; Carriers,
70-18; Classification, 288-21; Contracts, 180-32;
Conveyance of Property, 307-34; Criticism,
126-31; Decision. 198-28; Discriminating Ordi-
nance, 216-19; Due Process, 198-29; Employee,
415-31; Estoppel. 126-32; Federal Power Com-
mission, 34-29; Hail Insurance, 234-29; Insur-
ance Tax, 108-20. 234-27; Intoxicating Liquor,
108-21; Jitney, 360-28; Judgments, 16-25; Jur-
isdiction, 16-26; Legal Relations, 252-26; Legis-
lative Power, 288-19; Licenses, 90-16-17, 162-20;
Liens, 234-28; Making a Case, 271-34; Permits,
397-28; Police Power, 90-18; Power, 342-31;
Property Rights, 198-30; 252-24, 414-30, 415-32;
Public Policy, 288-20; Public Utilities, 16-27;
Railroad Commission, 216-20; Schools. 342-30;
Soldiers Preference, 288-22; Special Privilege,
16-28; Supreme Court, 343-32; Surety, 70-19;
Teachers' Retirement, 324-23; Telephones,
234-30; Trustee, 108-22; Vagrant, 288-23; Void
Statute. 343-33; Wages, 126-30; Working Hours,

271-33, 379-34.
Conspiracy-Labor l'nions, 180-31; Representations,

51-16.

Damages-Advancements, 17-37; Amount,

162-26, 235-38: Contracts, 52-21: Election, 288-
27; Ilegal, 162-27; Measure, 70-28. 235-37; Pen-

;
Transfer of Insurance, 324-30.
Death-Damages. 90-26-27-28, 108-29; Excessive

Damages, 108-30.
Deeds-Fiduciary Relations, 379-42; Restrictions,

144-29; Signature, 35-36;
144-30.

Undue Influence,

Depositions—Notice, 343-41.

Divorce-Cause of Action, 35-37.

Druggists-Poison, 126-36, 127-37,
Easements-Grantor, 343-42; Necessary, 181 -42.
Electricity-Classification, 415-41; Degree of Care.

181-43; Estoppel, 17-40: Notice, 235-39; Prop-
erty Owner, 127-38; Rates, 90-29; Res Ipsa
Loquitur, 162-28, 324-31; Trespass, 17-41, 70-29,

90-30; Wires, 90-31; Poles, 70-30, 162-29.
Eminent Domain-Damages, 35-38, 235-40; Federal

Receiver, 271-37; Restrictions, 415-42;

phone Exchanges, 271-38.
Escheat-Eank Deposits, 397-34.
Executors-Creditors, 52-22; Notes, 199-35; Resig.

nation, 71-31; Surety, 35-39.

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