40 Cent. L.J. i (1895)

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CENTRAL

LAW

JOURNAL

LYNE S. METCALFE, JR., Editor.
(CONT I BU' OR)S.

H01n. STEPHEN J. FIELD, Associate Justice Joitcd ,tate
Supreme Court.
Hon. JOHN M. HARLAN, Associate Ju, tiee Uitiled States
Supreme Court.
Hon. ALBERT H. HORTON, Chief Justice of iauaSas.
Hon. HENRY HITCHCOCK, St. Leuis.
Hon. S. D. THOMPSON, St. Louis.
Hon. SAMUEL MAXWELL, Chief Justice ot Nel'a 'a.
Hon. J. G. WOERNER, St. Louis, )Io.
Hon. ALEX. MARTIN. Deall of the Missouri State liiw
School, Columbia, Mo.
H. S. KELLY, St. Joseph, Mo.
JOHN 1). LAWSON, Professor of Law, Missouri State
University, Columbia, Mo.
HENRY WADE ROGERS, Northwosteru U niversity, Lvan -
ston, Ill.
JAMES BARR AMES, Professor of Law in llivarul Law
'School.
W. F. ELLIOTT, Indianapolis, Ind.
L. HOORHEIMER, Baltimore, Md.
W. W. THORNTON, Indianapolis, lad.
H. CAMPBELL BLACK, Williamsport, Pa.
THOMAS A. POLLEYS, Madison, NWis.
JAMES M. KERR, Rocbester, N. Y.
PERCY EDWARDS, OWOSSO, Micl.
D. H. PINGREY, Bloomington, 11i.
WM. L. MURFREE, St. LoUIs, Mo.
S. S. MERRILL, St. Louis, Mo.

W. L. STONIX, Goshen, Ind.
.i. It. EJIpEYMAN, Madison, Wis.
1). It. N. BLACKBURN, Albany, Oregon.
'. 1). E uE  L, Chicago, Ill.
NATIIAN NEWMARK, San Francisco, Cal.
STEWART RAPALJE, Leonia, N. J
.JOHN A. FINCH, Indianapolis, Iad.
. C. PRILLIPS, Oshkosh, Wis.
JOUN \W. SNYDER, Kansas City, 11o.
I ISCAR L. QUINLAN, Baltimore, Nld.
GE(ROitE LAWYER, Albany, N. Y.
.J. L IioPKINS, St. Louis, Mo.
0. F. IIERSHEY, Baltimore, Md.
(OSCAR HALLAM, St. Paul, Minn.
WARD B. COR, Baltimore, Md.
I). m. mic- xY, Chicago, Ill.
VII. L. E' , NS. Madison, Wis.
(HAPMAN [. MAUPIN, Washington, 1). C.
LAWRENCE 1'. POOL, Manchester. Va.
FLORA V. W. TIBBITS, Chicago, 1l1.
A. L. TIDD, Canadian, Tex.
%V. C. RODGERS, Nashville, Ark.
.1ks. A. WIEiB, Memphis, Tenn.
. M. WINSTON, Chicago, Ill.
IEo. C. FLETT, Merrill, Wis.
NEWTON WYETH, Peoria, I11.
Wi. A. McNEIL, Memphis, Tenn.
XXILLIS L. HAND, Kearney, Neb.

VOLUME 40.
JANUARY ..INE, 1895.
ST. AJIUS, MO.:
CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY,
1895.

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