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Code Remedies: Remedies And Remedial Rights By The Civil Action According To The Reformed American Procedure, John Norton Pomeroy, Thomas A. Bogle Jan 1904

Code Remedies: Remedies And Remedial Rights By The Civil Action According To The Reformed American Procedure, John Norton Pomeroy, Thomas A. Bogle

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The last edition of this work was published in 1894. Since that time so many decisions upon important questions of Code Pleading have been reported that another edition has become necessary. To collect, cite, and classify these decisions with reference to the topics discussed in the text, and thus place them at the convenient disposal of members of the legal profession, as well as students of the law, has been the main purpose of the present editor. This required a large amount of space, but as the original text included considerable matter that was theoretical rather than of present practical …


Selected Cases On The Law Of Bailments And Carriers: Including The Quasi-Bailment Relations Of Carriers Of Passengers And Telegraph And Telephone Companies As Carriers, Edwin C. Goddard Jan 1904

Selected Cases On The Law Of Bailments And Carriers: Including The Quasi-Bailment Relations Of Carriers Of Passengers And Telegraph And Telephone Companies As Carriers, Edwin C. Goddard

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In making this volume of "Selected Cases on the Law of Bailments and Carriers," the guiding principle has been to secure the clearest and fullest statement and application of every leading principle of the subject within the range of a moderate sized book. The important cases, especially on the law of Carriers, are so many as to make it impossible to include all the leading eases. Moreover, the law of Carriers is such a very modern thing as to make it desirable to include many cases too recent to be considered leading cases. Accordingly, an effort has been made to …


The Conveyance Of Estates In Fee By Deed : Being A Statement Of The Principles Of Law Involved In The Drafting And Interpretation Of Deeds Of Conveyance And In The Examination Of Title To Real Property, James H. Brewster Jan 1904

The Conveyance Of Estates In Fee By Deed : Being A Statement Of The Principles Of Law Involved In The Drafting And Interpretation Of Deeds Of Conveyance And In The Examination Of Title To Real Property, James H. Brewster

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The purpose of the writer has been to state the principles of law applicable to the transfer of the title to real property by deed, in such manner as to assist one in drafting and interpreting the instrument of transfer.


A Treatise On The Law Of Wills: Including Also Gifts Causa Mortis And A Summary Of The Law Of Descent, Distribution And Administration, John R. Rood Jan 1904

A Treatise On The Law Of Wills: Including Also Gifts Causa Mortis And A Summary Of The Law Of Descent, Distribution And Administration, John R. Rood

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“The present work was undertaken with the purpose of furnishing a substantial treatise on the whole law of succession in one volume. Within this scheme were comprehended the separate topics following: 1, gifts causa mortis, by reason of their resemblance to legacies; 2, wills, including all legal questions and doctrines peculiar to wills; 3, the substantive law of descent and distribution; and 4, the adjective law of succession, including the administration of both testate and intestate estates.”--Preface.


Outlines Of The Law Of Bailments And Carriers, Edwin C. Goddard Jan 1904

Outlines Of The Law Of Bailments And Carriers, Edwin C. Goddard

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The Outlines of Bailments and Carriers form part of a complete work on that subject intended for the use of classes in law schools. The other part, which is nearly ready for publication, consists of select cases illustrating and amplifying principles stated in the Outlines. It is the purpose of the Outlines not only to state the foundation principles of the subject, but to put these in orderly and consecutive form in order that the student may have an opportunity to see the subject as a whole. It is believed that any study of the cases without some such connected …


Illustrative Cases On Equity Jurisprudence, Harry B. Hutchins, Robert E. Bunker Jan 1904

Illustrative Cases On Equity Jurisprudence, Harry B. Hutchins, Robert E. Bunker

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This second edition (1904) retains the same arrangement and chapters of the previous edition (1902) about which was written, in a contemporary review: "These cases cover the entire subject of Equity Jurisprudence, and are classified according to the arrangement that is followed in Eaton on Equity….”


Treaty With The Arikara Tribe (Ricara), 1825, Charles J. Kappler, Henry Atkinson, Benjamin O'Fallon Jan 1904

Treaty With The Arikara Tribe (Ricara), 1825, Charles J. Kappler, Henry Atkinson, Benjamin O'Fallon

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 reprint of Ratified Indian Treaty 133: Arikara (Ricara), titled the Treaty with the Arikara (Ricara) Tribe, 1825 was transcribed and published in vol. II of Charles Kappler’s Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Signed on July 18, 1825, this treaty was the first major treaty between the US Government and representatives of the Arikara Nation. Also known as the Atkinson and O'Fallon Trade and Intercourse Treaty of 1825, this document was part of a series of friendship treaties between Henry Atkinson and Benjamin O’Fallon’s Indian Peace Commission and the Indigenous Nations beyond the Mississippi River. In this treaty, …


Proclamation 305—Fort Berthold Reservation In The State Of North Dakota, Charles J. Kappler, Benjamin Harrison Jan 1904

Proclamation 305—Fort Berthold Reservation In The State Of North Dakota, Charles J. Kappler, Benjamin Harrison

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 reprint of President Benjamin Harrison’s 1891 proclamation was transcribed and published in vol. I of Charles Kappler’s Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Originally signed on May 20, 1891, this proclamation announced that the “Law of 1891,” passed by US Congress on March 3, 1891, was accepted, ratified, and confirmed.


Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, David D. Mitchell, Thomas Fitzpatrick Jan 1904

Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, David D. Mitchell, Thomas Fitzpatrick

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 reprint of the Treaty of Fort Laramie with the Sioux, Etc., 1851—also known as the Horse Creek Treaty—was transcribed and published in vol. II of Charles Kappler's Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Originally signed on September 17, 1851, this treaty between the US Government and representatives from the Lakota, Cheyenne, Arapahoe, Crow, Assiniboine, Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nations, recognized and defined the boundaries between the Indigenous tribes of the Northern Great Plains. Equally, it sought to establish an effective and lasting peace between the signers by agreeing to a series of concessions. In return for recognizing their …


An Act To Provide For The Allotment Of Lands In Severalty To Indians On The Various Reservations (Kappler) (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, Henry L. Dawes Jan 1904

An Act To Provide For The Allotment Of Lands In Severalty To Indians On The Various Reservations (Kappler) (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, Henry L. Dawes

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 transcription of “An Act to Provide for the Allotment of Lands in Severalty to Indians on the Various Reservations," also knows the General Allotment Act or the Dawes Act of 1887 was printed in vol. I of Charles Kappler’s Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Originally passed on February 8, 1887, this act authorized the US government to break up reservations and tribal lands, previously held in common, into individual plots. Aimed at assimilating Indigenous people into white society, this act promoted agriculture and grazing by allotting tribal members or families who registered a portion of reservation land …


Law Of 1891 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler Jan 1904

Law Of 1891 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 reprint of the Law of 1891 was published in vol. I of Charles Kappler’s Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Passed by Congress on March 3, 1891, this law reduced the size of the Fort Berthold Reservation and provided for individual land allotments, in which the government would hold the title for twenty-five years. In addition, this law permitted the US government to open the lands acquired to settlement under the provisions of the homestead laws.


An Act Granting To The Saint Paul, Minneapolis And Manitoba Railway Company The Right Of Way Through Indian Reservations In Northern Montana And Northwestern Dakota, Charles J. Kappler Jan 1904

An Act Granting To The Saint Paul, Minneapolis And Manitoba Railway Company The Right Of Way Through Indian Reservations In Northern Montana And Northwestern Dakota, Charles J. Kappler

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 reprint was transcribed and published in vol. I of Charles Kappler’ Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Approved on February 15, 1887, this act granted the Saint Paul, Minneapolis, and Manitoba Railway Company the right of way to build its railroad through the Fort Berthold and Blackfeet Indian Reservations.


Recopilación De Leyes Y Decretos De Venezuela, 1902, Venezuela Jan 1904

Recopilación De Leyes Y Decretos De Venezuela, 1902, Venezuela

Venezuela

Recopilación de Leyes y Decretos de Venezuela. Tomo XXV. Año 1902.


Recopilación De Leyes Y Decretos De Venezuela, 1901, Venezuela Jan 1904

Recopilación De Leyes Y Decretos De Venezuela, 1901, Venezuela

Venezuela

Recopilación de Leyes y Decretos de Venezuela. Tomo XXIV. Año 1901.


The Laws Of Jamaica, 1904, Jamaica Jan 1904

The Laws Of Jamaica, 1904, Jamaica

Jamaica

The Laws of Jamaica passed in the year 1904

Published by authority


President Hayes's Executive Order, 1880 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, Rutherford B. Hayes Jan 1904

President Hayes's Executive Order, 1880 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, Rutherford B. Hayes

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 reprint of President Rutherford B. Hayes’s 1880 Executive Order was transcribed and published in vol. I of Charles Kappler’s Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Originally issued on July 13, 1880, President Hayes’s Executive Order significantly reduced the size of the Fort Berthold Reservation. Created at the behest of the Northern Pacific Railroad, this executive order resulted in a considerable loss of Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara homelands, hunting grounds, and sacred sites.


President Harrison's Executive Order, 1892 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, Benjamin Harrison Jan 1904

President Harrison's Executive Order, 1892 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, Benjamin Harrison

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 reprint of President Benjamin Harrison’s 1892 Executive Order was transcribed and published in vol. I of Charles Kappler’s Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Signed on June 17, 1892, this executive order increased the size of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation by withdrawing a portion of Township 147 from sale or settlement.


Executive Order Of 1870 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, Ulysses S. Grant, Samuel A. Wainwright, Ely S. Parker, Jacob D. Cox Jan 1904

Executive Order Of 1870 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, Ulysses S. Grant, Samuel A. Wainwright, Ely S. Parker, Jacob D. Cox

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 reprint of President Ulysses S. Grant’s 1870 Executive Order was transcribed and published in vol. I of Charles Kappler’s Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. In addition to Grant’s executive order setting apart a reservation for the Arikara, Gros Ventre (Hidatsa), and Mandan, this document includes Captain Wainwright’s Proposal recommending a reservation for the three tribes, E.S. Parker’s Response, and J.D. Cox’s forward to the president.


Treaty Of Fort Laramie, 1868 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, Nathaniel G. Taylor, William T. Sherman, William S. Harney, John B. Sanborn, Samuel F. Tappen, Christopher C. Augur, Alfred H. Terry, John B. Henderson, Andrew Johnson Jan 1904

Treaty Of Fort Laramie, 1868 (Kappler), Charles J. Kappler, Nathaniel G. Taylor, William T. Sherman, William S. Harney, John B. Sanborn, Samuel F. Tappen, Christopher C. Augur, Alfred H. Terry, John B. Henderson, Andrew Johnson

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 reprint of the Sioux Treaty of 1868, also known as the Treaty of Fort Laramie, 1868, was transcribed and published in vol. II of Charles Kappler’s Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. This treaty, between the United States government and the Sioux and Arapaho Nations, established the Great Sioux Reservation, promised the Sioux would own the Black Hills in perpetuity, and set aside the country north of the North Platte River and east of the summits of the Big Horn Mountains as unceded Indian territory. Furthermore, the U.S. government pledged to close the Bozeman Trail forts and provide …


1904 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class Jan 1904

1904 Arbutus (Law School Pages), Indiana University Senior Class

Arbutus (Yearbook)

Pages from the IU Arbutus yearbook that relate to the Law School.

Included are:

  • A sketch of George Louis Reinhard, Indiana University Vice-President and Dean of the Law School drawn by George Brehm
  • A composite photograph of the Faculty of Law and Class of 1904 (This composite has been digitally assembled from the Arbutus Senior Pages)
  • A list of the Senior Law Class Officers
  • A list of the members of Phi Delta Phi
  • A photograph of the Reinhard Club


Agreement At Fort Berthold, 1866 And Addenda., Charles J. Kappler, Newton Edmunds, Samuel R. Curtis, Orrin Guernsey, Henry W. Reed Jan 1904

Agreement At Fort Berthold, 1866 And Addenda., Charles J. Kappler, Newton Edmunds, Samuel R. Curtis, Orrin Guernsey, Henry W. Reed

US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

This 1904 reprint of the unratified treaty with the Arikara, Mandan, and Hidatsa, was reprinted as the Agreement at Fort Berthold, 1866, in vol. II of Charles Kappler’s Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Originally signed on July 27, 1866, at Fort Berthold, Dakota Territory, this treaty and its Addenda were a set of agreements between the US government and representatives of the Arikara, Mandan, and Hidatsa Nations. In this document, the Arikara, Mandan, and Hidatsa agreed to cede a portion of their land on the east bank of the Missouri River and granted a right-of-way for roads through their …


A National Incorporation Law, Horace L. Wilgus Jan 1904

A National Incorporation Law, Horace L. Wilgus

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Horace L. Wilgus argues that corporations need to be regulated on the national level.