« AnteriorContinuar »
CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED
SUPREME, CIRCUIT AND. DISTRICT COURTS
THE OPINIONS OF THOSE COURTS FROM THE TIME OF THEIR ORGANIZATION TO
GENERAL, AND THE OPINIONS OF GENERAL
IMPORTANCE OF THE TERRI-
WILLIAM G. MYER,
Author of an Index to the United States Supreme Court Reports;
BAGGAGE-BOND FOR TITLE.
ST. LOUIS, MO.:
THE GILBERT BOOK COMPANY.
Entered according to act of Congress in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-four, by
THE GILBERT BOOK COMPANY,
in the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.
PRINTER AND STEREOTYPER,
CERTIFICATES OF APPROVAL.
[NOTE.-The following are the certificates of approval furnished by the gentlemen to whom the articles in this volume were submitted.]
OFFICE 60 CONGRESS STREET,
As to the subject of "Bailment," submitted to me as final editor, I desire to say that I am confirmed in my previous good opinion of your general editor's work. I think he has shown excellent judgment as to digested cases, omitted cases, etc., and that the points have been well digested. I approve the judgment used in all the cases not printed in full.
[BANKS; BANKS, NATIONAL; BILLS AND NOTES.]
LYNCHBURG, VA., March 22, 1884.
I have examined the cases under the heads of " "Banks;" "National Banks;" and "Bills and Notes," submitted to me as digested by the general editor of "Federal Decisions." and as not deemed of sufficient importance to be printed in full, according to the plan of the work, and I am of opinion that they have been well digested, and that good judgment has been exercised in excluding them, the points being covered by other cases printed in full. JNO. W. DANIEL.†
Author of Treatises on Domestic Relations, Personal Property, Bailments and Executors and Administrators. + Author of Daniel on Negotiable Instruments, and Daniel on Attachments.