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Central Law Journal
ALEXANDER H. ROBBINS, Managing Editor
CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1918, by
CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY, In he Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
PRINTED BY CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY.
Cases. By Edward D'Arcy, 80.
No. 6. Exemption of Ministers From Military
Service. By Donald Mackay, 98.
Lawyers as Soldiers. By Fred H. Peter-
No. 7. War Legislation. By Walter George
No. 8. Liability of Vendor of Impure Food to
Injured Consumer. By W. W. Thornton,
No. 9. Power of Municipality Having Right to
License or Prohibit Sale of Intoxicating
Liquor, to Aim at the Latter Under Guise
of Prohibitory License Law. By N. C.
No. 10: Private Contracts and State Requisi-
tions. By Donald Mackay, 170.
Limitations of the Treaty-Making Pow-
ers of the President of the United States
With the Concurrence Power of the Sen-
ate-Part I-Nature and Extent of Such
Power. By James Harrington Boyd, 172.
No. 11. Limitations of the Treaty-Making
Power of the President of the United
States With the Concurrence Power of the
Senate-Part II--The Application of These
Principles to the Controversy With Japan
and the California Land Laws. By James
Harrington Boyd, 188.
ministration Justice. By Emmet
No. 12. The Dangers of Cross-Examination.
By C. A. Steeves, 206.
Bonuses for Corporate Officials. By Wil-
lis Bruce Dowd, 208.
No. 24. Decisions of the British Courts on
the Position of Mortgages During War.
By Donald Mackay, 426.
Court Opinions and Reports. By Fred
H. Peterson, 428.
No. 13. The. War and Contracts-Economic
Impossibility Excusing Breach. By Donald
No. 25. Duty and Liability of Attorney in Re-
gard to His Knowledge of Law. By C. P.
This list includes only those cases commented upon editorially or in our Notes of Important