19 Cent. L.J. i (1884)

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CENTRAL

LAW

JOURNAL.

ELISHA GREENHOOD, EDITOR,
CONTRI BUTORS.

Hon. JOHN M. HARLAN, Associate Justice United States
Supreme Court.
HOn. TfIOS. M. COOLEY, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Hon. ALBERT H. HORTON, Chief Justice of Kangng.
HOn. GEo. W. MCCRARY, Ex-U. S. 0ircultJudge, Elghth
Circuit.
Hon. JAMES 0. PIERCE, Memphis, Tenn.
Ron. U. M. ROSE, Little Rock, Ark.
Hon. S. 1). TIlouPSON, of the St. Louis Court of Appeals
Hon. R. A. BKEWELL, ofthe St. Louis Court of Appeals
Hon. WILLIAMvi ARCHIER COCRE, Sanford, Florida.
Hon. ISAAC W. SMITH, Associate Justice of New Hamp-
shire.
Hon. H1. M. SOMERVILLE, ASsocisite Justice of Alabama
HOD. SAMUEL MAXWELL, Associate Justice of Ne-
braska.
Hon. JOHN H. STEWART, State Reporter of New Jursey.
Hon. J. H. Lu1PK iN,Reporter of Georgia.
Hon. H. A. CHIANEY, Reporter of Michigan.
Hon. MATTHEW P. DEADY. United States District
Judge, Oregon.
Hon. ELI S. HAMMOND, United States District Judge,
Tennessee.
FRANCIS WHARTON, LL.D., Cambridge, Mass.
LEONARD A. JONES, Boston, Mass.

JOHN 0). LAWSON, St Louis  Mo.
JOIN F. K. LLY, Bellaire, Ohio.
H1-ENRY WADE ROGERS, Professor of Law in Ann Harbor
Law School.
C. G. TIEDEMAN, Professor of Law in State University
of Missouri.
JAMES BARR AL   S, Professor of Law in Harvard Law
School.
HORACE W. MONCKTON, Temple Garden, London.
GEORGE W. WAtIVELLE, Chicago, Ill.
WILLIAM L. MUIIFREE, SR., St. Louiq, Mo.
DAVID STEWART, Baltimore, Md.
ADELBERT HAMILTON, Chicago, Ill. Railway'and:Cor-
poration Specialist.
ADDISON G. MCKSAN, Detroit, Mich.
FLOYD i. MEILEM, Battle Creek, Michigan.
W. W. THORNTON, Crawfordsville, Ind.
IiUEATT W. HOPKIN S, Danville, Ind.
JOSEPH A. JOYCE, Bridgeport, Conn.
HENRY J. AUSTIN, Boston, Mass.
ISAAC N. PAYNE, Detroit, Michigan.
CROSBY JOHNSON, Hamilton, Mo.
M. A Low, Trenton, Mo.
EUGENE MCQUILLIN, St. Louis, Mo.
BENJ. F. REX, St. Louis, Mo.

VOLUME XIX,
JULY TO DECEMBER, 1884.
ST. LOUIS:
WILLIAM H. STEVENSON,
1884.

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