The Green Bag, Volume 16

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Boston Book Company, 1904 - Law
 

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Contents

Boston Curious Laws of Puritan
98
Defamation History and Theory of the Law of Van Vechten leeder 47
125
Law International The Future of Allen E Rogers 322
165
MoRSE CHARLES Interesting Criminal Case An
172
Holt LORD CHIEF JUSTICE 249 RHODEs CECIL JoHN 807
181
Er Parte Application 43 Mercy for an Orphan
195
Accord and Satisfaction Samuel Williston 427
205
Qualifications of Jurors The Duane Mowry 721
224
Laws of Puritan Boston Curious
226
MURRAY S Curious Connecticut Tobacco Iaw 21
236
Lovat LORD 318 SoMERS JoHN FIRST LORD 176
246
Case Merger The Actual Decision in the Bruce Wyman
258
Recognizance Cuppys 410 Uncle Ben 335
263
Hours of Labor Legislation Limiting 425
274
Reminiscences of Thaddeus Stevens with portrait Thomas W Lloyd 445
297
Case Merger The Conflicting Opinions in the Bruce Wyman
298
Lawyer The Negro William Tyree
305
International Law Arising from the RussoJapanese
306
H C Wandered from the Record
332
Acquittal Keeping Photograph and Measurements
355
Depew Chauncey M Anecdotes concerning 627
358
Early Watch The 606
363
BARBOUR PHILIP P 369 DANIEL PETER V
369
CoRNISH Louis C Trial of Maximilian The 253
382
Ears A Pair of Philibert Audebrand
387
MUIR THOMAS 475 THISTLEWOOD ARTHUR 533
396
Bishops Council THE 176 DESPARD Edward MARCUs 528
400
Lawyers To Young verse George Birdseye
406
Docking Horses Tails Validity of Acts Prohibiting 561
432
Administrative Powers of the President John A Fairlie 57
434
their Neutral Obligations
452
Case of Professional Ethics A Jesse S Reeves
458
Rows Student of Oxford IIII illustrated Louis C Cornish 651 735 806
460
Legal Sky Pilot The Evolution of a W Archibald McClean
464
REINHARD GEORGE L Got Their Names Mixed
468
BUCHANAN JAMEs Frontispiece 637 EYRE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE
473
Evans verse Albert W Gaines 447
478
Reprimanded by a Witness 4IO Verdict An Ambiguous
484
Alaska Boundary Decision The Thomas Hodgins
492
BULLER JUSTICE 402 FEN wick SIR John 25 I
509
PAINE THOMAS 674 VANE SIR HENRY
537
PEMBERTON LORD CHIEF JUSTICE 176 WENTwoRTH THOMAs EARL of STRAF
592
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
598
Market Schemes to Control the Bruce Wyman
604
First Person In the 758 Mixed Bathing
612
Electrocution at Sing Sing
622
Arbitration Industrial and Common Law Rights C E Weigall 768
628
Australia Immigration Laws of 277
634
Wandered from the Record Edward Highbee 332
639
Names Mixed Got Their Edgar White 468
643
ARMs of Oxford UNIVERSITY 656 OXFORD CITY SEAL
656
Steel Company Harvey v United States verse Lincoln B Smith 805
669
CASS LEwis Frontispiece 573 ForTESCUE SIR Joh N 792
677
Fish Dead 195 Negro and Dog 826
684
England The Gage of Land in Medieval Harold D Haceltine 846
695
Chicago Strike One Phase of the
696
Bankruptcy The Provability of Tort Claims in Stanley Fols
698
Washington Letter Andrew Y Bradley
701
Io GoRDON LORD GEORGE 319
709
Watch The Early 606
721
Obliging Witness An Edgar White
723
City The Freedom of the John E Macy
732
Granting a Charter to the Oxford UNIVERSITY Edward III
739
Sheriffs Letter 483 Witness Negro 757
757
Evarts William M Anecdotes concerning 626
766
Christian Science and the Law Irving E Campbell
767
Beck Case The Adolph
771
Client The Unprofitable verse J Edward Rickert
785
Sure Way The verse George Birdseye 523
787
Douglass JoHN Jordan Black Books of Lincolns Inn The
793
In Re J S verse E W
803
Old and New Court The Philip Lindsley 520
806
GROOTE SHURR 812 Oxford UNIVERSITY ORIEL College
809
Armed Vessels in Neutral Ports
814
Gas Case A 758 Nervous Prostitution 611
826
Belligerent Nation Prohibiting Trade with its Enemy Lawrence Irwell 685
827
Innocent Convict Relief for
839
Civil Code of Louisiana as a Democratic Institution Charles E Fenner
840
Federal Common Law Hunsdon Cary
842
Consuls No Immunities of 766
851
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Page 173 - A neutral Government is bound — First, to use due diligence to prevent the fitting out, arming, or equipping, within its jurisdiction, of any vessel which it has reasonable ground to believe is intended to cruise or to carry on war against a Power with which it is at peace...
Page 89 - The plaintiff urges that it was a question of fact for the jury, and not of law for the court, whether the contract was simply to secure reasonable prices, or to extort from the public unreasonable prices.
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Page 328 - Great cases like hard cases make bad law. For great cases are called great, not. by reas'on of their real importance in shaping the law of the future, but because of some accident of immediate overwhelming interest which appeals to the feelings and distorts the judgment.
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Page 53 - ... an especial compensation for the said advantages, and for the favors they have acquired by the 4th, 5th, and 6th articles of this treaty, the United States guaranty positively and efficaciously to New Granada, by the present stipulation, the perfect neutrality of the beforementioned isthmus, with the view that the free transit from the one to the other sea may not be interrupted or embarrassed in any future time while this treaty exists ; and in consequence the United States also guaranty, in...
Page 430 - To say that corrupt officers are appointed to administer affairs, is certainly a reflection on the government. If people should not be called to account for possessing the people with an ill opinion of the government, no government can subsist. For it is very necessary for all governments that the people should have a good opinion of it.
Page 231 - Indian court" means any Indian tribal court or court of Indian offense. Indian Rights Sec. 202. No Indian tribe in exercising powers of self-government shall — (1) make or enforce any law prohibiting the free exercise...
Page 6 - And, in order to secure to themselves the tranquil and constant enjoyment of these advantages, and as an especial compensation for the said advantages, and for the favors they have acquired by the 4th, 5th, and 6th articles of this treaty, the United States guaranty positively and efficaciously to New Granada...

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