One party only need incur risk in a gaming contract................... 1664a

When an aleatory promise involves gambling.......................... 1665

A promised prise for competition by others does not involve gambling.... 1666

How far wagers are illegal at common law in England................... 1667

Common law of the United States................................... 1668

Speculative contracts of purchase and sale............................ 1669

Test of validity is intent to make actual delivery....................... 1670

Nature of transactions on Exchanges................................. 1671

Whether contract between broker and customer may be invalid, though that made on the Exchange is valid..................................... 1672

Evidence of intention that there shall be no actual delivery.............. 1673

Subsequent changes of intention.................................... 1674

Negotiable instruments............................................. 1675

Bights of a holder in due course...................................... 1676

Indorsement of negotiable instrument for gambling consideration......... 1677

Mortgages and pledges to secure illegal debts.......................... 1678

Recovery of money staked........................................... 1679

Prerequisites for charging the stakeholder............................. 1680

Collateral effects of gambling contracts............................... 1681

Usury............................................................ 1682

Statutes in the United States........................................ 1683

Essential elements of usury.......................................... 1684

Loan or forbearance of money........................................ 1685

Forbearance....................................................... 1686

Loans in substance though not in form................................ 1687

Renewal obligations................................................ 1688

Sale of the obligation of a third person cannot be usurious............... 1689

Discount of negotiable paper which is subject to a defence............... 1690

The loan must be of money.......................................... 1691

The loan must be absolutely payable.................................. 1692

Excessive charges.................................................. 1693

Expenses of securing or collecting a loan.............................. 1694

Certain slight excessive charges allowable by custom.................... 1695

Damages for default may be greater than legal interest................. 1696

Effect of exactions by lenders' agent.................................. 1697

How far intent is essential........................... ............... 1698

Parol evidence of usury............................................. 1699

Contracts made, or to be performed on Sunday........................ 1700

Preliminary negotiations on Sunday do not invalidate a contract......... 1701

Ownership may be transferred by agreement on Sunday......... ....... 1702

Effect of transfer of ownership....................................... 1703

Importance of delivery.............................................. 1704

Sales of land and chosen in action,.................................... 1705

Persons ignorant of fact that contract was made on Sunday are not affected by illegality.................................................... 1706

Ratification and adoption of contracts made on Sunday................. 1707

Application of the principles of adoption.............................. 1708

Works of necessity or charity......................................... 1709

Collateral effects of illegal Sunday agreements.......................... 1710