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Abondonmont-Business homestead-How affectod by Bankruptcy.
18 Bankruptcy-Promise to pay after adjudication. 18 County Attorneys Responsibility.
21 Elections—New Law Concerning them: State and County Boards of Election.- pages 1 and 2 State Central Committee.
pages 2 and 3 Duties of Secretary.
3 Laws Ropealed, Seo. 6.
3 Definition of Party, Sec. 9.
4 Qualification of voter, Seo. 10.
5 Penalty for defacing ballots, Soc. 14.
7 Election certificates, Sec. 25.
10 Bankruptcy-Incidents in some cases-Medioal practice-Can it be sold in bankruptcy proceedings? 19 Information when not signed by proper authority. 22 Re-registering of documents when not necessary.
17 Rights of leggees in leasing for oil and gas.
20 Relocating gas pipes—Expenses. who pays?
20 Supreme Court of the United States: Indian Lands-Contests—Rights of the Secretary of the Interior as to final decision-Discretion to alter his decision when equity demands it. United States ex rel. Knight vs. Lane,
12 Parol evidence-Clearing a doubt in written instrument and when admissible, Cohee vs. Wiggins.
29 Responsibility of trial courts for reversals.
36 Police Court methods reprehensible
37 Reversals on evidence not the rule-But where there is not sufficient evidence to support the verdict the case will be reversed. Benson vs. State,
37 Testimony of Aocomplice must be corroborated 38 Editorials-Banquet-Blood money
39. Bar of Blackwell— Appointment of Preston C. West 41 Professional News
41 and 42 Humor.
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W. A. BRIGHAM,
Attorney-at Law. Practice in all Courts.
W. L. EAGLETON,
Practice in all courts, State and Federal.
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Adjudioating Now Anti-cigarette Law,
Allen vs. State, 69 Bankruptcy Points Decided
74 Confidential Communications
60 Duty of Master to furnish Safe Machinery, Tools and Safe place to work not to be delegated.
47 Duty to keep in Repair
52 Degree of Care in the Carriage of Paseongers
56 District Courts oannot fix Telephone rates
62 Digest of New Law Points
73 Exemplary Damages
57 Editorial Notes
76 Fire by Locomotive-Burden of Proof
78. Jury Lists—Legal Juries
70 Motion for Judgment on Pleading8-Difference
in Replevin Cases.
55 Ownership of Natural Gas. Sec.1,
45 Notes on Oil and Gas
72 Restrictions on Output, Sec. 2,
45 Taking More than Sharọ, Sec. 3, and 4,
46 Penalties Sec. 4, and 5,
46 Resulting Trust-How may Arise
59 Statutes of Limitations must be Specially pleaded. 58 School Teacher may whip unrully Pupil