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HUSBAND AND WIFE - Continued.

differences in race, miscegenation, 536, 537.
polygamy prohibited, 538, 539.
marriage indissoluble — divorce, 539-542.
regulation of marriage ceremony, 543, 544.
wife in legal subjection to the husband, its justification, 544-547.
husband's control of wife's property, 547-549.
legal disabilities of married women, 549, 550.
estate during coverture, interest in expectancy, 343.
curtesy, when interest in expectancy, 344, 345.

ILL-FAME,

prohibition of houses of, 291.
IMMIGRATION,

prohibition of, 144, 145.
IMPORTATIONS,

legislative restraint of, 224-226.
IMPRISONMENT,

for crime, 79-81, 97-101.
IMPROVEMENT,

of property, at expense of owner and against his consent, 444–448.
INDIANS,

regulation of the, 143, 144.
INDICTMENT,

by grand jury, 91, 92.
INFECTIOUS AND CONTAGIOUS DISEASES,

confinements for, 102, 103.
INFORMATION,

prosecution by, 91, 92.
INHERITANCE,

and interest in expectancy, 342.
INJURIOUS ARTICLES OF CONSUMPTION,

probibiting sale of, 294, 295.
INNKEEPERS,

compulsory entertainment by, 228, 231.
INSANE,

confinement of the, 103-110.
control of, in asylum, 110.

punishment of, for crime, 110-114.
INSANITY,

as a legal incapacity to marriage, 530.

INSOLVENCY AND BANKRUPTCY LAWS, 521, 522.
INSPECTION OF GOODS, 207, 208.
INSURANCE COMPANIES,

license may be required of, 281.
INTEREST IN EXPECTANCY, 341-351.
INTEREST AND U'SCRY LAWS, 235-241.
INTERSTATE COMMERCE,

regulations affecting, 614-617.
INTOXICATING LIQLORS,

prohibiting sale of, 298–311.

licensing sale of, 274-276.
INVENTIONS,

patent to, a monopoly, 317.
INVOLUNTARY ALIENATION,

of lands, 337–370.
scope of legislative authority, 338.
by persons under legal disability, 358-359.
sales by executors and administrators, 359-360.
under execution, 360.
by decree of chancery, 361.
confirming defective titles, 361-362.
partition, 363–366.
betterments, 366-370.
eminent domain, 370-422.
of personal property, 493–496.

JOINT ESTATES.

regulated by statute, 337, 339, 340.
partition of, 362-364.
tenancies, converted into tenancies in common, 337, 339, 340.

LABOR,

required of convicts, 98.
LAND TENURE, 328–335.
LAND,

what is private property in, 328-335.
How far use of may be controlled by requirement of license, 442-444.

(see use of land.)
LAW,

regulation of the practice of, 204, 205.

LAWS OF NATIONS,

offenses against the, 638.
LEARNED PROFESSIONS,

regulations of, 200, 204.

regulations of practice in the, 204–207.
LEASE OF CONVICTS, 98-101.
LEGAL PROFESSION,

regulation of, 200–203.
LEGAL TENDER,

regulation of, 210–221.
LESSORS,

statutory liability of, for acts of lessees, 452-460.
LIBERTY,

personal, defined and how guaranteed, 66-69.
LICENSE.

as police regulation distinguished from tax, 278–289.
how far use of land may be controlled by requirement of, 442-444.
of trades and occupations, 271-289.

revoked by prohibition of trade, 287, 288.
LIFE

security to, 17.
LIMITATIONS,

upon police power of United States, 1-16.

upon religious worship permissible, 171-174.
LIQUOR,

prohibition of sale of, 298–311.

regulations of the trade, 274–311.
LOCALITY,

police control of employments in respect to, 311-315.
LOTTERIES,

prohibition of, 291.
LUMBER,

public surveying of, 208.
LUNATICS,

confinement of, 103-110.
prohibiting sale of liquors to, 302–304.

MALICIOUS PROSECUTION, 59-65.

advice of counsel, how far defense in, 63-65.

MANUFACTURE,

of personal property regulated, 502-504.

(see licenses, trades and occupation; personal property.)
MARKETS,

keeping of, made a monopoly, 324.
“cornering" prohibited, 248–256.

prohibition of private and establishment of public, 312-314.
MARRIAGE,

regulation of, 525–550.

(see husband and wife.)
MARRIED WOMEN,

legal disabilities of, 549, 550.
MASTER AND SERVANT,

regulation ofrelation, 567-573.
terms “ master and servant" defined, 567.
ration purely voluntary, 567, 568.
apprentices, 568-572.
State regulation of private employment, 569–572.

State regulation of public employments, 572–573.
MEDICINE,

regulation of practice of, 202, 203, 205, 206.

compulsory submission to medical and surgical treatment, 31, 32.
MENDICANCY,

prohibited, 122, 123.
MERCANTILE REPORTS,

how far privileges, 37, 55.
MERCHANDISE,

regulation of sale of certain articles of, 207–210.
MILITIA,

regulation of, 632, 633.
MINISTERS,

regulation of the duties of, 206, 207.

no restriction as to who may be, 204.
MINORS,

State control of, 131-136.
MISCEGENATION,

prohibited, 536, 537.
MONOPOLIES,

of certain trades created by law, 315, 327.

MORALITY AND RELIGION,

police control of, 148–188.
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION,

exercise of police power by, 638, 639.

NATURALIZATION, 140.
NAVIGABLE STREAMS,

police control of, 617-623.
NEGLIGENCE,

contracts against liability for, prohibited, 255-259.
NITRO-GLYCERINE,

prohibition of sale of, 298.
NON-NAVIGABLE STREAMS,

conversion of, 451, 452.
NUISANCES,

legalized, 32-34.
what are, 422-426.
judicial question, 426–430.
unwholesome trades in tenement houses prohibited, 430-433.
confinement of objectionable trades to certain localities, 433-436.
regulation of burial grounds, 437, 438.
laws regulating construction of wooden buildings, 438-440.
abatement of, 440.
destruction of buildings, 440-442.

OCCUPATIONS AND TRADES,

police regulation of, 194-327.
(see police regulation of trades and professions.)

Prohibition of, in general, 289-298.
OILS,

regulation of sale of, 207.
OLEOMARGARINE,

prohibition of sale of, 295–297.
OPTION CONTRACTS,

when illegal, 262-271.

PATENT,

to invention a monopoly, 317.
PATENTED ARTICLES,

regulation of sale of, 629-631.

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