1. The Mariner's Compass.

2. Statutes Regulating Navigation, Including:

(1) The International Rules.

(2) The Rules for Coast and Connecting Inland Waters.

(3) The Dividing Lines between the High Seas and Coast Waters.

(4) The Lake Rules.

(5) The Mississippi Valley Rules.

(6) The Act of March 3. 1899, as to Obstructing Channels.

3. The Limited Liability Acts. Including:

(1) The Act of March :;. 1851, as Amended.

(2) The Act of June 26, 1884.

4. Section 941, Rev. St., as Amended. Regulating Bonding of Teasels.

5. Statutes Regulating Evidence in the Federal Courts, 6. Suits in Forma Pauperis.

7. The Admiralty Rules of Practice.

C6559-19

Hughes on Federal Jurisdiction and Procedure.

1904. 634 pages. $3.75 delivered.

By Robert M. Hughes, of the Norfolk Bar,

Author of "Hughes on Admiralty," and Lecturer at the George Washington University Law School.

Table Of Contents.

Chap

1.

Introduction-What it Comprehends.

2.

The District Court-its Criminal Jurisdiction and Practice.

3.

Same - Continued.

4.

The District Court-criminal Jurisdiction-miscellaneous Jurisdiction.

5.

The District Court-bankruptcy.

6-

8. Same - continued.

9.

The District Court-miscellaneous Jurisdiction.

10.

The Circuit Court-original Jurisdiction.

11-12

Same - Continued.

13.

The Circuit Court-jurisdiction by Removal.

14-15

Same - Continued.

16.

The Circuit Court-jurisdiction by Removal-original Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court-other Minor Courts of Original Jurisdiction.

17.

Procedure in the Ordinary Federal Courts of Original Jurisdiction-courts of Law.

18.

Procedure in the Ordinary Federal Courts of Original Jurisdiction-courts of Equity.

19.

Same - Continued.

20.

Appellate Jurisdiction-the Circuit Court of Appeals.

21.

Appellate Jurisdiction-the Supreme Court.

22.

Procedure on Error and Appeal.

The U. S. Supreme Court Rules and the Rules of Practice for the Courts of Equity of the United States are given in an appendix.

C6559-20

Ingersoll on Public Corporations.

1904. 738 pages. $3.75 delivered.

By Henry H. Ingersoll, LL. D.,

Dean of the University of Tennessee School of Law.

Table Of Contents.

Part 1.-Quasi Corporations.

Chap,

1.

Nature, Creation, Classification.

2.

Quasi Corporations-liabilities, Elements, Counties, Property, etc.

3.

Same - Continued.

4.

Same - Continued.

Part 2.-Municipal Corporations.

5.

Municipal Corporations.

6.

Their Creation-how-by What Bodies-subject to What Restrictions, etc.

7.

Their Alteration and Dissolution.

8.

The Charter.

9.

Legislative Control.

10.

Proceedings and Ordinances.

11.

Officers, Agents, and Employes.

12.

Contracts.

13.

Improvements.

14.

Police Powers and Regulations.

15.

Streets, Sewers, Parks, and Public Buildings.

16.

Torts.

17.

Debts. Funds, Expenses, and Administration.

I8.

Taxation.

19.

Actions.

Part 3-Quasi Public Corporations.

20.

Quasi Public Corporations.

21.

Railroads.

22.

Electric Companies.

23.

Water and Gas Companies.

24.

Other Quasi Public Corporations.

C6559-21

Jaggard on Torts.

1895. 2 vols. 1307 pages. $7.50 delivered.

By Edwin A. Jaggard, A. M., LL. B.,

Professor of the Law of Torts in Minnesota University Law School.

Table Of Contents.

Part 1.-In General.

Chap.

1.

General Nature of Torts.

2.

Variations in the Normal Right to Sue.

3.

Liability for Torts Committed by or with Others.

4.

Discharge and Limitation of Liability for Torts.

5.

Remedies.

Part 2.-Specific Wrongs.

6.

Wrongs Affecting Safety and Freedom of Persons.

7.

Injuries in Family Relations.

8.

Wrongs Affecting Reputation.

9.

Malicious Wrongs.

10.

Wrongs to Possession and Property.

11.

Nuisance.

12.

Negligence.

13.

Master and Servant.

14.

Common Carriers.

C6559-22

McKelvey on Evidence.

1907. 540 pages. $3.75 delivered.

By John Jay Mckelvey, A. M., LL. B.,

Author of "Common-Law Pleading," etc.

Second Edition.

Table Of Contents.

Chap.

1.

Introductory.

2.

Judicial Notice.

3.

Questions of Law and Questions of Fact.

4.

Burden of Proof.

5.

Presumptions.

6.

Admissions.

7.

Confessions.

8.

Matters Excluded as Unimportant, or as Misleading, though Logically Relevant.

9.

Character.

10.

Opinion Evidence.

11.

Hearsay.

12.

Witnesses.

13.

Examination of Witnesses.

14.

Writings.

15.

Demurrers to Evidence.

C6559-23

Norton on Bills and Notes.

1900. 600 pages. $3.75 delivered.

By Prof. Charles P. Norton. Third Edition: By Francis B. Tiffany.

Table Of Contents.

Chap.

1.

Of Negotiability so far as it Relates to Bills and Notes.

2.

Of Negotiable Bills and Notes, and their Formal and Essential Requisites.

3.

Acceptance of Bills of Exchange.

4.

Indorsement.

5.

Of the Nature of the Liabilities of the Parties.

6.

Transfer.

7.

Defenses as against Purchaser for Value without Notice.

8.

The Purchaser for Value without Notice.

9.

Of Presentment and Notice of Dishonor.

10.

Checks.

Appendix.

C6559-24

Shipman on Common Law

Pleading.

1895. 615 pages. $3.75 delivered.

By Benjamin J. Shipman, LL. B. Second Edition.

Table Of Contents.

Chap,

1.

Forms of Action.

2.

Forms of Action.

3.

The Parties to Actions.

4.

The Proceedings in an Action.

5.

The Declaration.

6.

The Production of the Issue.

7.

Materialty in Pleading.

8.

Singleness or Unity In Pleading.

9.

Certainty in Pleading.

10.

Consistency and Simplicity in Pleading.

11.

Directness and Brevity in Pleading.

12.

Miscellaneous Rules. Appendix.

C6559-25

Shipman on Equity Pleading.

1897. 644 pages. $3.75 delivered.

By Benj. J. Shipman, LL. B., Author of "Shipman's Common-law Pleading."

Table Of Contents.

Chap

1.

Equity Pleading in General.

2.

Parties.

3.

Proceedings in an Equitable .suit.

4.

Bills in Equity.

5.

The Disclaimer.

6.

Demurrer.

7.

The Plea.

8.

The Answer.

9.

The Replication.

C6559-26

Smith's Elemantary Law

1896. 367 pages. $3.75 delivered.

By Walter Denton Smith, Instructor in the Law Department of the University of Michigan.

Table Of Contents.

Chap.

Part 1.-Elementary Jurisprudence.

1.

Nature of Law and the Various Systems.

2.

Government and its Functions.

3.

Government in the United States.

4.

The Unwritten Law.

5.

Equity.

6.

The Written Law.

7.

The Authorities and their Interpretation.

8.

Persons and Personal Rights.

9.

Property.

10.

Classification of the Law.

Part 2.-The Substantive Law.

11.

Constitutional and Administrative Law.

12.

Criminal Law.

13.

The Law of Domestic Relations.

14.

Corporeal and Incorporeal Hereditaments.

15.

Estates in Real Property.

16.

Title to Real Property.

17.

Personal Property.

I8.

Succession After Death.

19.

Contracts.

20.

Special Contracts.

21.

Agency.

22.

Commercial Associations.

23.

Torts.

C6559-27

Part 3.-The Adjective Law.

24.

Remedies.

25.

Courts and their Jurisdiction.

26.

Procedure.

27.

Trials.

Tiffany on Agency.

1903. 609 pages. $3.75 delivered.

By Francis B. Tiffany,

Author of "Death by Wrongful Act," "Law of Sales," etc.

Table Of Contents.

Chap,

Part 1.-In General.

1.

Introductory-Definitions.

2.

Creation of the Relation of Principal and Agent-appointment.

3.

Same (continued)-Ratification.

4.

What Acts Can be Done by Agent-illegality-capacity of Parties-joint Principals and Agents.

5.

Delegation by Agent-subagents.

6.

Termination of the Relation.

7.

Construction of Authority.

Part 2.-Rights And Liabilities Between Principal

And Third Person.

8.

Liability of Principal to Third Person-contract.

9.

Same (continued).

10.

Admissions by Agent-notice to Agent.

11.

Liability of Principal to Third Person-torts and Crimes.

12.

Liability of Third Person to Principal.

Part 3.-Rights And Liabilities Between Agent And

Third Person.

13.

Liability of Agent to Third Person (including parties to con-

tracts).

14.

Liability of Third Person to Agent.

Part 4.-Rights And Liabilities Between Principal

And Agent.

15.

Duties of Agent to Principal.

16.

Duties of Principal to Agent. Appendix.

C6559-28

Tiffany on Persons and Domestic Relations.

1909. 656 pages. $3.75 delivered. By Walter C. Tiffany. Second Edition: Edited by Roger W. Cooley.

Table Of Contents.

Chap

Part 1.-Husband And Wife.

1.

Marriage.

2.

Persons of the Spouses as Affected by Coverture.

3.

Rights in Property as affected by Coverture.

4.

Contracts, Conveyances, etc. and Quasi-contractual Obligations.

5.

Wife's Equitable and Statutory Separate Estate.

6.

Antenuptial and Postnuptial Settlements.

7.

Separation and Divorce.

Part 2.-Parent And Child.

8.

Legitimacy, Illegitimacy, and Adoption.

9.

Duties and Liabilities of Parents.

10.

Rights of Parents and of Children.

Part 3.-Guardian And Ward.

11.

Guardians Defined-selection and Appointment.

12.

Rights, Duties, and Liabilities of Guardians.

13.

Termination of Guardianship-enforcing Guardian's Liability.

Part 4.-Infants, Persons Non Compotes Mentis,

And Aliens.

14.

Infants.

15.

Persons Non Compotes Mentis and Aliens.

Part 5.-Master And Servant.

16.

Creation and Termination of Relation.

C6559a-29

Tiffany on Sales.

1908. 534 pages. $3.75 delivered. By Francis B. Tiffany, A. B., LL. B.

Author of "Tiffany on Death by Wrongful Act." Second Edition.

Table Of Contents.

Chap,

1.

Formation of the Contract.

2

Formation of the Contract-under the Statute of Frauds.

3.

Effect of the Contract in Passing the Property-sale of Specific Goods.

4.

Effect of the Contract in Passing the Property-sale of Goods not Specific.

5.

Fraud, and Retention of Possession.

6

Illegality.

7.

Conditions and Warranties.

8.

Performance.

9.

Rights of Unpaid Seller against the Goods.

10.

Action for Breach of the Contract.

Appendix: Sales Act-english Sale of Goods Act.

C6559a-30

Dance on Insurance.

1896. 1896 pages. $3.75 delivered.

By William Reynolds Vance, Professor of Law in the George Washington University

The principal object of this treatise is to give a consistent -ment of logically developed principles that underlie all contracts of insurance, with subsidiary chapters treating of the rules peculiar to the several different kinds of insurance. Special attention has been given to the construction of the standard lire policy.

This treatment will help to bring about, we believe, the much desired clarification of this branch of the law.

The chapters cover,-historical and Introductory. Nature and Requisites of Contract. Parties.

Insurable Interest. Making the Contract. The Consideration.

Consent of the Parties-concealment. Consent of the Parties-warranties. Agents and their Powers. Waiver and Estoppel. The Standard Fire Policy. Terms of the Life Policy. Marine Insurance. Accident Insurance.

Guaranty, Credit, and Liability Insurance Appendix.

C6559-31

Wilson on International Law.

1910. 623 pages. $3.75 delivered. By George Grafton Wilson.

Table Of Contents.

Chap.

1.

Persons in International Law.

2.

Existence, Independence and Equality.

3.

Property and Domain.

4.

Jurisdiction.

5.

Diplomatic Relations.

6.

Consular and Other Relations.

7.

Treaties and Other International Agreements.

8.

Amicable Means of Settlement of International Differences.

9.

Non-Amicable Measures of Redress Short of War.

10.

Nature and Commencement.

11.

Area and General Effect of Belligerent Operations.

12.

Rights and Obligations During War.

13.

Persons During War.

14.

Property on Land.

15..

Property on Water.

16.

Maritime Capture.

17.

Rules of War.

18.

Military Occupation and Government.

19.

Prisoners, Disabled and Shipwrecked.

20.

Non-Hostile Relations between Belligerents.

21.

Termination of War.

22.

Nature of Neutrality.

23.

Visit and Search.

24.

Contraband.

25.

Blockade.

26.

Continuous Voyage.

27.

Unneutral Service.

28.

Prize.