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ficers, 418; Parties to Actions, 256; Partition
112, 399; Principal and Agent, 256; Recitals,
76; Reliance Upon, 399; Silence, 58, 256;
Special Tax, 310; Standing by, 365; Subse-
quently Acquired Property, 58; Wills, 239;
Witness, 58.

Fraudulent Conveyances—Bulk Sales, 166; Bulk

Sales Act, 202; Chattel Mortgages, 256; Con-
sideration, 112, 202; Creditor, 202, 329; Good
Faith, 166; Homestead, 418; Husband and
Wife, 166, 256, 399, 454; Insolvency, 148; In-
tent, 365; Inquiry, 454; Parties, 112; Pref-
erence, 418; Presumption, 40; Presumption
of Gift, 40; Relationship, 166; Setting Aside,
257; Subsequent Acquired Property, 40; Un-
paid Purchase Money, 184; Voluntary, 76.

Evidence-Burden of Proof, 112; Declarations,

76; Expert Testimony, 76; Fraud, 382; Hear-
say, 22; Judicial Notice, 22, 201; Parol, 76;
Presumption, 22; Reputation, 76.

Game-Regulation, 202; Title to, 76.

Exchange of Property-Misrepresentations, 239,

292; Representations, 256; Rescission, 22,
220, 256, 365.

Garnishment-Fraud, 202; Jurisdiction, 130;

Pleading, 399; Property Subject to, 220;
Right of, 202; Wages, 94.

Execution-Exposure to Sale, 310; Intervention,

130; Levy of Personalty, 239.

Gas-Damages, 310; Safe Premises, 382.

Gifts-Consummation, 130; Delivery, 112, 220,

329; Savings Bank, 274.

Executors and Administrators-Action Against

Self, 274; Administration, 436; Appointment,
201, 220, 274; Assignment of Interest, 365;
Claim, 346; Collateral Attack, 76; Commis-
sions, 365: Confidential Relationship, 166;
Contract, 94; Costs, 418; Defenses. 40; Dis-
tribution, 310; Domicile, 148; Evidence, 112,
436; Forfeiture, 310; Gift, 382; Inadequacy
of Price, 292; Laches, 292, 339; Lien, 399;
Life Tenant, 201; Liquidated Damages, 239;
Mortgage, 454; Pleading and Practice, 310;
Preference, 454; Principal and Agent, 346;
Reimbursement, 418; Services, 112; Services
to Decedent, 310: Setting Aside Deed, 58;
Specific Legacy, 274; Sureties, 148; Trusts,
256.

Good Will-Breach, 130; Consideration, 77; Con-

tract, 310; Covenant, 148.

Grand Jury--Unauthorized Premises, 382.

Guaranty-Discharge of Guarantor, 22; Notice,

274; School District, 346.

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Forgery-Evidence, 274.

Fraud-Acquiscence, 166: Action, 418; Contract,

76; Damages, 148, 454; Estoppel, 239; Fraud-
ulent Representations, 112. 130, 239; In-
quiry, 310; Knowledge of Falsity, 94; Pre-
sumption, 399: Promise, 166; Proximate
Cause, 329; Reliance on Representation, 256,
329; Statute of Defenses, 310.

Husband and Wife-Alienation of Affections, 94,

382, 454; Burden of Proof, 202; Community
Property, 58, 239; Contract, 399; Equity, 274;
Estate by Entirety, 77, 166; Gift, 112, 274;
Injury to Wife, 130; Joinder in Deed, 329;
Loss of Services, 22; Necessaries, 292; Par-
ties to Action, 400; Principal and Agent,
148; Separate Estate, 400; Separate Main-
tenance, 22; Suit by Wife, 346; Survivor-
ship, 202; Trader, 148.

Indemnity-Abutting Owner, 239; Primary Lia-

bility, 275; Fellow Servant, 58; Recovery
Over, 382.

Frauds, Statute of-Contract, 329; Estoppel, 130;

Evidence, 94; Lease, 346; Memorandum, 274;
Memorandum in Writing. 148; Oral Con-
tracts, 184; Original Liability, 148; Original
Promise, 94, 239, 274, 382; Possession of
Land, 130; Stipulation by Attorney, 112;
Suretyship, 365.

Indians-Allotments, 22; Enrollment, 58; Selec-

tions of Land, 58.

Indictment and Information-Defects, 148, 454;

Kindred Offenses, 202.

Jury-Books and Papers, 112; Constitutional

Law, 240; Disqualification, 130; Qualifica-
tion, 184; Quashing Panel, 112, 365; Record,
257; Trial by, 149.

Infants

Liter

Disa ffirmance, 365; Guardians ad
329; Laches, 275; Next Friend, 112.

Justices of the Peace--Surplusage, 365.

Injunction-Action on Bond, 346; Former Em-

ploye, 202; Independent Owner, 400; Jitney
Busses, 400; Multiplicity of Suits, 23; Pre-
liminary, 130; Special Tribunal, 40; Street
Obstruction, 310; Temporary, 166; Trespass,
23; Violation of, 23.

Landlord and Tenant-Abandonment, 167, 240;

Contract, 366; Covenants, 418; Crops, 130,
257; Dispossession, 167; Eviction, 257; For-
feiture, 275; Independent Contractor, 418;
Injury to Tenant, 131; Invitee, 112; Lease,
202, 383; Liability,. 149; Licensee, 221; Neg-
ligence, 329; Pleading. 400; Priority of Lien,
131; Privity, 221; Putting in Possession, 221;
Ratification, 383; Reasonable Care, 149; Rent
Reserved, 257; Repair of Premises, 23; Re-
pairs, 184, 292, 311, 383; Res Ipsa Loquitur,
23; Surrender, 112; Termination of Lease,
167; Waiver, 346, 436.

Innkeepers-Boarding House, 112; Intent to De-

fraud, 112; Lien, 257; Police Power, 166.

Insane Persons-Devastavit, 149.

Larceny-Good Character, 41; Indictment, 221;

Possession of Stolen Property, 41; Receiving
Stolén Property, 59.

Libel and Slander-Campaign Funds, 202; Can-

didates for Office, 202, 346; Damages, 455;
Evidence, 131, 184; Fair Comment, 436; Fic-
titious Name, 436; Good Character, 23; In-
nuendo, 77, 455; Instructions, 400; Libel per
se, 149, 167; Malice, 184; Newspaper Publi-
cation, 149, 311; Pleading and Practice, 275;
Privileged Communication, 257; Publication,
149, 221, 240; Slander per se, 400; Survival
of Action, 77; Truth as Defense, 41; Unfair
List, 383.

Insurance-Accident, 112, 149, 220, 310; Agency,

310; Ambiguity, 239; Application for, 149;
Assessment, 436; Beneficiary, 77; Broker,
257; Burden of Proof, 94, 346, 382; Change
in Possession, 365; Change of Beneficiary,
202, 275; Chattel Mortgage, 436; Condition
Precedent, 239, 346; Construction, 220; Con-
temporaneous Writings, 167; Delivery of
Policy, 94; Description of Property. 239;
Divisible Contract, 257; Divorce, "400; Doing
Business, 257; Double Indemnity, 418; Em-
ployers', 329; Estoppel, 239, 257, 365; Evi-
dence, 436; Explosions, 329; Extension, 257,
454; False Representation, 40; Foreign Cor-
poration, 58, 77; Forfeiture, 454; Fraud and
Mistake, 167; Indemnity, 167; Incontestabil-
ity, 275; Insurable Interest, 149; Intoxi-
cants, 292; Iron Safe Clause, 436; Liability
Policy, 275; Material Statements, 149; Mis-
representation, 23; Mortgagor and Mort-
gages, 365; Negligence of Assured, 220; Non-
Forfeiture, 365; Notice of Default, 220; No-
tice of Loss, 220: Notice to Agent, 455; Open
Account, 311; Principal and Agent, 58; Pre-
sumption of Death, 23; Proof of Loss, 40,
382; Property Covered, 41; Representations,
167; Return of Premium, 220; Seaworthi-
ness, 77; Severable Contract, 329; Sole
Ownership, 112; Standard Policy, 149; Sui-
cide, 275; Suspension, 257; Temporary In-
surance, 455; Tender, 184; Total Disability,
292; Total Loss, 455; Trust, 94; Ultra Vires,
346;

Unliquidated Damages, 418; Un-
liquidated Demand, 275; Vested Interest,
418; Waiver, 94, 239, 275, 292, 365, 383, 436,
455; Warranties, 41, 202, 310.

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Internal Revenue-Constitutional

Law, 275;
Corporation Tax Law, 239; Excise Tax, 58;
Income Tax, 329,

Lis Pendens-English Rule, 275; Parties, 311.

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Repair Work, 113; Respondeat Superior, 419;
Sidewalks, 258, 455; Special Assessment, 293,
401, 437; Special Benefits, 113; Street Ob-
struction, 401; Streets, 311; Taxpayer, 185;
Transaction of Business, 293; Vacating
Streets, 185.

Navigable Waters--Accretions, 221; Boundary,

258; Easement, 95; Erosions and Accretions,
383; High Water Mark, 203; Low Tide, 221;
Public Highway, 419; Riparian Rights, 185,
293, 347, 401; Shore, 150.

Master and Servant-Accident, 418; Accident in

Employment, 221; Alternative Pleadings,
185; Apportioning Damages, 240; Assump-
tion of Risk, 41, 113, 131, 149, 203, 292, 347,
383, 400; Assumption of Safety, 41; Assur-
ance of Safety, 94; Burden of Proof, 149, 185;
Claim of Compensation, 240; Constitutional
Law, 167, 221; Contract of Employment, 383;
Contributory Negligence, 59, 383, 400; Course
of Employment, 329, 366, 418; Damages, 185;
Delegable Duty, 113; Dependency, 41, 185,
257; Directory Statute, 347; Directions,_95;
Disease, 347; Duress and Coercion, 95; Em-
ployers' Liability Act, 113, 221, 295, 455; Em-
ployment, 59, 95, 113, 185, 436; Employing
Minors, 221; Evidence, 455; Fellow-Servant,
383, 437; Guarding Machinery, 329; Hours of
Labor, 23; Hours of Service, 59, 292; Incom-
petent Employe, 149; Inspection of Appli-
ances, 329; Instructions to Minor, 240; In-
timidation, 185; Interstate Commerce, 437;
Joint Tort-Feasors, 185; Liability, 77, 185;
Malpractice, 366; Minor, 383; Negligence, 77,
95., 240, 292, 311; Nonsuit, 329; Obvious Dan-
ger, 41; Pleading, 185, 347; Presumption, 77,
275; Proximate Cause, 23, 77, 149, 167, 257,
292; Quantum Meruit, 41; Railroads, 329;
Remedial Legislation, '383; Res Ipsa Loqui-
tur, 130, 131, 240; Respondeat Superior, 23,
292. 329, 366, 455; Safe Place to Work, 59;
Safety Appliance, 59, 77, 131, 257; Safe Place
to Work, 167; Shifting Conditions, 77; Sig-
nals, 95; Simple Tools, 221; Statutory Con-
struction, 366; Statutory Duty, 23; Suitable
Appliances, 275; Surviving Dependent, 400;
Terms of Employment, 292, 311; Trespasser,
311; Verdict, 418; Vice Principal, 77, 185;
Volunteer, 149; Want of Care, 366; Warn-
ing, 113, 221, 409; Workmen's Compensation
Act, 23, 41, 59, 95, 113 149, 167, 185, 203, 240,
257, 292, 311, 347, 400, 437; Wrongful Dis-
charge, 167, 400.

Negligence Assurance by Master, 59:

At-
tracting Children, 150; Child, 258; Compara-
tive, 455; Defined, 59, 77; Diminishing Loss,
77; Duty of Care, 293; Elements of. 347;
Imputability, 78, 167, 311, 366, 419, 437; In-
vitee, 167, 384; Last Clear Chance, 366; Li-
censee, 366, 401; Manufacturer, 419: Minor,
455; Negligence per se, 384; Pleading and
Practice, 221; Proximate Cause, 366; Res
Ipsa Loquitur, 366; Right of Action, 401;
Sudden Peril, 275; Turn-Table Cases, 185;
Wantonness and Recklessness, 347; Warning,
258; Willful Injury, 258.

Newspapers-Libel and Slander, 384.

New Trial-Bystanders, 95; Impeachment of

Verdict, 203, 330; Jury, 293, 366; Misconduct,
293; Newly - Discovered Evidence, 131; Par-
tial Issue, 59.

Notice-Prudent Inquiry, 185.

Novation--Assent, 95; Evidence, 437; Original

Debt, 95; Test of, 455.

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Nuisance-Abatement, 203; Buildings, 293; Cem-

etery, 113; Defined, 293; Injunction, 113, 131,
384; Pleasure Resort, 366; Special Damages,
221; Vibration from Noise, 384.

Mines and Minerals--Damages, 257; Deed, 131;

Equity. 400; Extra Lateral Rights, 455; In-
vitee, 113; Mortgage, 437; Property Right,
185; Royalty, 59; Lien, 185.

Oath-Definition, 222.

Obscenity--Commerce, 150.

Monopolies—Breach of Contract, 55; Choice of

Customer, 131; Competition, 203; Extent, 59;
Magnitude, 41; Restraint of Trade, 131, 293;
Sherman Act, 400.

23;

Officers-Appointment, 203; Negligence,

Powers, 330; Regulation of Fees, 150; Waiv-
er, 131.

Parent and Child-Abandonment, 258; Agency,

131, 203; Custody of Child, 186; Maintenance,
59; Necessaries for Child, 131; Torts of
Child, 23.

Mortgages Acceptance, 23; After-Acquired

Property, 400; Assumption of, 311; Condi-
tional Deed, 95; Deed, 437; Deficiency, 203:
Dower, 185; Equitable Interest, 419; Equity,
258; Evidence, 400; Extension, 95; Forbear-
ing to Sue, 203; Foreclosure, 77, 383; Fore-
closure Sale, 293; Injunction, 59; Liens, 221,
437;Marital Rights, 347; Nonsuit, 419; Notice
of Equity, 293; Practical Construction, 455;
Presumption of Payment, 41; Priority, 41,
77, 275, 400; Redemption, 77, 293; Successive
Mortgages, 240.

Pardon-Recovery of Fine Paid, 347.

Parties-Amendment of Pleadings, 203.

Partition-Counsel Fees, 419; Life Estate, 330;

Parol Agreement, 59,

Partnership--Accounting, 95; Action, 95, 113,

419; Action Against, 186; Contract, 222; Dis-
solution, 78; Elements of, 347; Implied Con-
tract, 401; Parties, 95; Survivor, 347, 455;
Test of, 186, 384.

Party Walls-Easement, 384.

Municipal Corporations-Abating Nuisance, 293;

Abutting Owners, 77, 95; Annexing Terri-
tory, 311; Barriers Against Danger, 113;
Board of Equalization, 185; Bond to Ma-
terialmen, 203; City Attorney, 258; City
Blocks, 383; City Council, 330; Charter, 221;
Constitutional Law, 59, 221; Control of
Streets, 401; Correcting Minutes, 330; Dedi-
cation, 401; Defective Sidewalk, 149; Discre-
tion, 419; Estoppel, 23; Governmental Duty,
221, 240; Governmental Functions, 149; Gov-
ernmental Work, 383; Grade, 113; Highways,
347; Improvement, 455; Imputable Negli-
gence, 95; Indebtedness, 149; Initiative and
Referendum, 167; Injunction, 77, 131, 293:
Issuance of Bonds, 23; Jitneys 185, 311, 401;
Laches, 437; Last Clear Chance. 293; Law of
the Road, 150; Legislature, 330; Liens, 347;
Limitation of Taxation, 221; Mandamus, 401;
Municipal Warrants, 383; Negligence, 113,
203, 383; Notice, 167; Notice of Defect, 347;
Obstruction of Street, 455; Ordinance, 59,
221, 258, 311, 366, 437; Pedestrians, 113, Po-
lice Power, 167, 185, 330; Presumption, 401;
Public Health 113; Quantum Meruit 366;

Patents--Anticipation, 311; Combination, 150;

Dismissal of Action, 419; Estoppel, 330, 401,
419; Ex Parte Application, 347; Independent
Claim, 150; Infringement, 150, 186, 401, 455;
Invention, 311, 455; Novelty, 419; Patent-
ability, 131, 311, 347; Priority of Invention,
419; Specification, 186; Utility of Invention,
203.

Pawnbrokers-Conversion, 419,

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Removal of Causes-Civil Action, 222; Federal

Employers' Liability Act, 347; Ground for,
275; Limitation of Amount, 366; Remova-
bility, 348; Several Action, 437.

Replevin-Prior Demand, 204.

Principal and Agent-Accounting, 419; Bill of

Lading, 311; Collateral Agreement, 456;
Commercial Surety, 437; Consideration, 401;
Contracts, 95; Defenses, 401; Dismissal or
Action, 419; Evidence; 78; False Represent-
ations, 384; General Agent, 150; Good Faith,
401; Implied Power, 347, 384; Independent
Contractor, 59; Liability, 311, 330; Notice,
186, 456; Power of Attorney, 114; Ratifica-
tion, 419; Release, 95; Rescission, 419; Re-
vocation, 24; Sale of Stock, 59; Scope of
Agency, 203, 347; Scope of Authority, 203,
456; Secret Instruction, 258; Statements by
Agent, 150; Undisclosed Principal, 24, 60,
268; Undivided Principal, 311; Waiver, 78.

Rewards-Recovery of Lost, 150.

Robbery-Evidence, 366; Principal, 168; Tres-

passer, 384.

Principal and Surety-Conditional Signing, 24;
Condition Precedent, 401;

Contract, 95; Con-
tract of Suretyship, 347; Diligence, 114; Dis-
charge of Surety, 78; Extension, 78; Liabil-
ity of Surety, 131; Privity, 41; Release of
Surety, 41, 60; Strictissime Juris, 204; Sure-
tyship, 437; Tender, 293.

Sales--Acceptance, 42, 60, 222, 330, 420; Accept-

ance and Rejection, 150; Agency, 456; Bill
of Lading, 24; Breach of Contract, 186; Bur-
den of Proof, 42, 132; Cancellation, 42; Con-
ditional Sale, 456; Condition Precedent, 312;
Contract, 186, 348, 456; Cross-Petition, 330;
Damages, 384; Defenses, 222; Delivery, 150,
456; Election, 78; Evidence, 275; 366; Ex-
press Warranty, 186; Implied Warranty, 24,
132, 437; Inspection, 222; Fraud, 312; Miti-
gating Damages, 42; Passing of Title, 78;
Principal and Agent, 186; Printed Condi-
tions, 150; Privilege, 150; Proposal and Ac-
ceptance, 114; Representations, 294, 437; Re-
pudiation of Contract, 114, 366; Rescission,
168, 222, 348, 366, 437; Sample, 384; War-
ranty, 96, 204, 222, 384, 420.

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Sheriffs and Constables-Search-Warrant, 294.

Quieting Title--Adverse Possession, 60; Burden

of Proof, 150.

Schools and School Districts-Negligence, 114.

Quo Warranto-Action, 168; Remedy, 222; Venue,

240.

Searches and Seizures-Disorderly House, 150;

Suspicion, 186.

Set-Off and Counterclaim- Pleading and Prac-

tice, 132; Unliquidated Damages, 294.

Shipping-Liability, 204,

Special Taxes-Estoppel, 204.

Railroads--Acquiescence, 114; Adjacent Owner,

419; Anticipating Injury, 222, 401; Bond-
holders, 330; Burden of Proof, 60, 401; Con-
stitutionality, 131; Contracts, 24; Contribu-
tory Negligence, 131, 186, 240, 437; Cross-
ings, 24, 131; Crossing Accident, 330, 419,
437; Discovered Peril, 95; Employes, 168;
Foreclosure, 401; Frightening Animals, 456;
Last Clear Chance, 258; Liability, 330; Li-
censee, 41; Look and Listen, 222, 293, 419;
Mandamus, 347; Negligence, 114, 168, 419;
Negligence per se, 186; Obstruction of Street,
131; Ordinary Care, 401; Passenger,

330;
Presumption, 132, 419; Proximate Cause, 60;
Public Utility, 204; Receivership, 24, 456;
Regulation, 293; Right-of-Way, 150, 437;
Signals, 41, 294; Sudden Peril, 437; Tres-
passer, 114, 132; Waiver, 312; Willful Neg-
ligence, 114.

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Rape-Evidence, 95.

States--Intoxicating Liquors, 24.

Statutes-Computation of Time, 456; Constitu-

tional Law, 438; Construction, 204, 330, 348;
Pleading, 294; Repeal and Implication, 186;
Uniformity in Operation, 132.

Trusts-Attorney Fee, 96, 402; Beneficiary, 132;

Cestuis que Trust, 24; Construction, 60; Con-
structive Trust, 24, 240; Declaration of
Trust, 96; Dry Trust, 348; Equity, 96; Es-
toppel, 60; Evidence, 186; Following Pro-
ceeds.132; Garnishment, 348; Income, 240;
Judicial Discretion, 150; Lawful Purpose,
132; Misconduct, 438; Parties to Action, 384;
Presumption, 78; Resulting Trust,

420;
Trustees, 276.

Street Railroads—Anticipation of Injury, 222;

Burden of Proof, 384; Contributory Negli-
gence, 204, 420; Emergency, 96; Evidence,
402; Indebtedness, 96; Injunction, 150; In-
structions, 186; Last Clear Chance, 114, 132;
Legislative Authority, 438; Look and Listen,
96; Negligence, 60, 312; Ordinary Care, 402,
438; Pedestrians, 168, 348, 366; Pleading,
248; Receivers, 96; Transfers, 114.

United States-Contracts, 60,

Use and Occupation-Rental Value, 420.

Usury-Statute, 438.

Subrogation-Parties, _24; Privity, 24; Privity

of Contract, 384; Redemption, 384; Superior
Right, 402; Surety, 294.

Vagrancy-Evidence, 438.

Subscriptions—Indemnity Contract, 24.

Sunday-Discrimination, 24; Statutory Violation,

348.

Taxation-Tangible Property, 114; Tax Deed,

186, 204; Tax Sale, 330; Collateral Attack,
240; Corporate Shares, 24; Deposits, 24; Dis-
crimination, 456; Domicile, 456; Double, 204;
Exemption, 60, 438; Inheritance, 96; Inherit-
ance Taxes, 60, 168; Levy, 420; Mortgages,
330; Notice, 60; Public Service Corporation,
150; Purpose, 420; Quieting Title, 438; Re-
covery Back, 438; Remainder Interest, 294;
Royalties, 294; Statute of Limitations, 60;
Transfer Tax, 96; Trustee, 330; Valuation,
402,

Vendor and Purchaser-Action, 186; Adverse

Possession, 186; Conditional Precedent, 114;
Constructive Notice, 96, 114, 204; Covenant,
24; Deed of Trust, 24; Definition of Words,
132; Election, 456; Fraud, 276, 456; Growing
Crops, 420; Marketable Title 24, 42, 132;
Misrepresentation, 132, 168; Notice, 78, 240,
438; Notice from Possession, 114; Notice of
Interest, 258; Option, 78, 294; Prior Deed,
114; Priority, 168; Rescission, 96, 168, 186,
258, 348, 420; Sale in Gross, 348; Statutory
Lien, 42; Tenancy by Entirety, 438; Waiver,
438.

Venue-Real Action, 294.

Warehouses--Breach of Contract, 258.

Telegraphs and Telephones-Acquiescence, 294;

Addressee, 204; Agency, 402; Arrears for
Rent, 438; Avoidance of Injury, 42; Corpora-
tion, 114; Delivery of Message, 275, 348; Dou-
•ble Taxation, 240; Employment, 168; Exclus-
ive Use, 294; Franchise, 420: Illegal Agree-
ment, 60; Liability, 132, 275; Limitation of
Liability, 78; Measure of Damages, 348;
Mental Anguish, 24; Negligence, 438; Negli-
gent Delay, 60; Non-Delivery_of Telegram,
114; Proximate Cause, 222; Public Policy,
204; Public Utilities Commission, 114.

Waters and Water Courses-Act of God, 348;

Appurtenance, 276; Beneficial Use, 456; Con-
stitutional Law, 60; Contract. 420; Drain-
age Ditch, 312; Flood, 276; Ice, 42; Injunc-
tion, 258; Irrigation, 258; Negligence, 42;
Pollution, 438; Prior Appropriation, 294, 420,
438: Repair of Pipe Line, 384; Riparian
Rights, 42, 132. 258, 438: Servient Tenement.
276; Surface Water. 42, 276, 348; Unlawful
Diversion, 42; Well Defined Channel, 96.

Tenancy in Common-Action, 204; Diversion of

Water, 42; Easement, 42; Forfeiture, 294;
Partition, 294.

Theaters and Shows—Concessionary, 420; Li-

cense, 402; Negligence, 420; Ordinary Care,
420; Public Utility, 420; Regulation, 275.

Time--Computation, 222.

Torts-Action for, 150; False Representation.

294; Nuisance, 276; Respondeat Superior, 60.

Wills--Advancement, 366; Agreement Between

Adults, 60; Annuity, 294; Antichresis, 384;
Attestation, 78. 132, 276, 294. 420; Bequest,
276: Burden of Proof, 42; Canoncial Law,
276; Construction. 42, 96, 186, 276. 312, 330,
348. 384. 438; Contingency, 402; Contingent
Gift. 330: Deed. 96; Delivery of Deed, 294;
Devise, 402; Directory Provision, 420; Di-
rections to Scrivener, 276; Donation, 276;
Donee. 384; Election. 276; Equitable Lien,
312; Estoppel. 132; Exercise of Option. 312;
Execution. 348: Fraud. 348; Gift, 312; Heirs
of Body, 438: Heirs Defined, 132; Holograph-
ic, 348; Illiteracy, 456; Income, 402; Inten-
tion, 186: Interest, 420: Intestacy,

402;
Jurisdiction, 168; Laches, 78; Lapsed Legacy.
78; Lawful Issue. 402; Legatee, 186; Lex
Loci. 42, 78: Life Estate, 186. 312; 402: Lim-
itation of Estate, 276; Limitation Over, 186;
Next of Kin. 348; Nieces and Nephews, 330;
Notice, 276: Notice of Interest, 276; Notion-
al Conversion, 312: Power of Appointment,
168, 330. 348; Precatory Trust. 168; Probate,
168, 186: Remainder, 330, 402: Remainder-
men, 276: Residuarv Clause. 402: Residuary
Estate. 96: Senarableness, 132; Specific Leg-
acy, 402. 420: Statutory Right, 78; Survivor-
ship, 456: Testamentary Caparity, 60, 168,
402; Testamentary Character, 276: Transfer
Tax. 438: Trust, 96; Undue Influence, 132;
Vesting. 150: Vested Interest. 96. 402; Vest-
er Remainder. 78. 132, 276; Widow's Elec-
tion, 78; Word of, 402.

Towage--Implied Warranty, 222.

Trade-Marks and Trade-Names-Adoption, 96:

Assignment, 312; Expiration of Patent, 132;
Imitation, 96; Infringement. 204, 312; In-
junction, 168; Misrepresentation,

402;
Registration, 96: Territorial Limitation, 438;
Unfair Competition, 114, 132, 348, 438.

Trade Unions-Treasurer, 24.

Trespass-Damages, 438; Inclosure, 438.

Trespass to Try Title-Misnomer, 132.

Witnesses-Accusent. 42; Competency, 312; Cor-

roboration, 168: Credibility, 42: Cross-Er-
amination. 42, 132, 312; Disqualification, 168;
Examination. 456: Husband and Wife, 132:
Impeachment. 42, 150, 312; Interrogation by
Judge, 42; Subpoena, 456.

Trover and Conversion-Damages, 42, 204; Du-

plicity. 222; Joint Deposit, 240; Lien, 204;
Retention of Checks, 222; Special Valuation,
438; Sufficiency of Title, 294; Tender, 168;
Turpentine, 402.

Work and Labor- Express Contract, 438; Gratu-

itous Services, 312: Implied Contract, 312;
Quantum Meruit, 312.

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