The special features of these books are as follows:
1. A succinct statement of leading principles in black-letter type.
2. A more extended commentary, elucidating the principles.
3. Notes and authorities.
Published in regular octavo form, and bound in buckram.
Black on Bankruptcy.
Black on Construction and Interpretation of Laws (2d Ed.).
Black on Constitutional Law (3d Ed.).
Black on Judicial Precedents.
Bogert on Trusts
Burdick on Real Property.
Chapin on Torts.
Childs on Suretyship and Guaranty.
Clark on Contracts (3d Ed. ).
Clark on Criminal Law (3d Ed.).
Clark on Criminal Procedure (2d Ed.).
Clark on Private Corporations (3d Ed).
Cooley on Municipal Corporations.
Costigan on American Mining Law.
Croswell on Executors and Administrators.
Dobie on Bailments and Carriers.
Eaton on Equity Jurisprudence (2d Ed.).
Gardner on Wills (2d Ed.).
Gilmore on Partnership.
Hale on Damages (2d Ed.).
Hughes on Admiralty (2d Ed.).
Hughes on Federal Jurisdiction and Procedure (2d Ed.).
McKelvey on Evidence (3d Ed.).
Norton on Bills and Notes (4th Ed.).
Shipman on Common-Law Pleading (3d Ed.).
Shipman on Equity Pleading.
Smith's Elementary Law.
Tiffany on Agency.
Tiffany on Banks and Banking.
Tiffany on Persons and Domestic Relations (3d Ed.).
Tiffany on Sales (2d Ed.).
Vance on Insurance.
Wilson on International Law.
Hornbooks on the law of other subjects will be published from time to time.
Published and for sale by West Publishing Co., St. Paul, Minn.