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GENERAL INDEX

For Classified Articles, see Appointments; Correspondence; Court Papera- Current Topies. Leading Articles
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Obituary; Orders, New; Parliament; Reviews.

A PPOINTMENTS 2-

Ali, Syed Ameer, created C.l3., 273

Anderson, J., Q.C., Ofiflcial Referee, Resignation ot, 14 ,

Avory, H. E., appointed Prosecuting Counsel to the Hint tor the
County of M.lddlzB(‘X and City oi London, 746 ‘

Baggallay, E., M.P,, appointed Senior Prosecuting Counsel to the
Post Otfice, 157 ; appointed Stipendiary Magistrate for the
Borough of West Ham, 612

Ballantiue, \V. H. W., elected M.P. for Coventry, 633

Baxter, W. E., appointed a Deputy-Lieutenant of the Tower
Hamlets, 289

Benchers, New, 207, 466, 596, 597

Brthell, Hon. S., created C.B., 579

Booth, the Right Hon. G. S., created Lord Basing, 597

Bourke, the Right Hon. B., created Baron Connemara, 413

Bogigleld, W., appointrd a Magistrate for the County ol Middlesex,

Bramwell, Lord. receives the Honorary Degree oi LL.D. from the
llniveisity of Dublin, 579

Briitowe, H. F., QC., receives the honour of Knighthood, 579

Bruce, C., appointed Temporal Chancellor cf the County Palatine
oi Durham, 706

Bullen, E. T., appointed Recorder of Dartmouth, 466

Buller, W. L., C.M.G., created K.C.M.G., 48

Butler, S. P., appointed one cf the Conveyancing Counsel oi the
Chancery Division, 221

Cameron, M. C., Chief Justice oi the Court of Common Pleas oi tl-o
Province of Quebec, receives the honour cf Knightlicod, 384

Ciigiggrley, S. \V., appointed Criminal Lavv Pleader to the Post Ofllce,

Chgieli A-. Q.C., appointed a Judge ot the Queen's Bench Division,

Clerks ct the Peace, 351, 632, 718

Coggiidge, Lord, cle( ted President cl the ldxelur Literary Society,

5

Commissioners to Administer Oaths, 34, 48, 66, 81, 97, 114,129,
146, 169, 188, 201, 221, 240, 257, 273, 305, 321, 335, 351, ass,
389, 413, 449, 466, 481, 498, 511, 545, 564, 579, 597, 612, 632,
648, 666, G82, 718

-Ester taking Acknowledgments of Deeds of Marricl Women, 14,

. 774

- — for taking Ailldavits, 34, 146, 188, 320, 336, 352, 367, 383,
546, 597, 633, 718, 814

Connaught, His Royal Highness the Duke 0|’, elected Treasurer of
Gray’:-inn, 305

Coroners, 48, 129, 146, 169, 240, 257, 321, 335, 666, 682, 718

Lourtlicrpe, W. J., appointed a Civil Service Commissioner, 717

c°Y'P"» Far], elected Chairman oi’ Quarter Scssious tor the Hurt-
lord Division of Hertfordshire, 383

Cumin, P., created C.B., 66

Cust, R. J., appointed Chiif Commissioner of \Vest India Incum-
bered Estates, 694

Dalfimpli’, C-, created a Baronet, 579

D"i:d5°". w- E., appointed Legal Assistant to the Board of Trade,

D@|1!}Jfli1,A., appointed Clerk of Assize on the South~Eastern Cir-
cuit, 429

Dovvdsswell, G. M., Q.C., appointed a Magistrate for the County of
Sussex, 14

Downer. J. w., created K.C.M.G., 4ee

Dyne, J. B., appointed Counsel to the Treasury, 169

E°l"1i P- H-. Q.-C., appointed Deputy-Treasurer of the Middle
Temple, 207

Fflmr, W. J.. receives tho liononr of Ki1lBlitll00d_ 579

Ferguson, R. S., appointed Chancellor of the Diocese of Carlisle, 413

Field, L.,. appointed Examiner in Equity and Real Property Law at
the University of London, 449 J

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Fitzgerald, W. G. S., created C.S.I., 273; K.C.S.l., 706

Fitzinaurice, Lord Edmund George, appointed a Commissioner
under the Local Government Boundaries Act, 1887 ; 755

Fitzpatrick, D., created C.B., 273

Fleming, F., created C.M.G., 597

Folkard, H. C., appointed Recorder oi’ Bath, 763

Fowler, J. C., elected First Vicn-Chairman ct the Glsmorganshire
Quarter Sessions, 398

Francis, G., elected Deputy-Treasurer of Gray's-inn, 305

Freeman, C. E., appointed a Magistrate for Huddersfield, 129

Fulton, J. F. F., M.P., appointed Junior Counsel to the Treasury at
the Middlesex Sessions, 157

Gill, C. F., appointed Junior Prosecuting Counsel to the Post Ofllce
at the Central Criminal Court, 169; appointed Senior Counsel,
666

Godson, A. F. , appointed a Magistrate for Worcestershire, 129

Greenvvell, F. J., appointed Prosecuting Counsel to the Mint for
Durham, Northumberland, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 221

Gregory, G. S., appointed Honorary Lay Secretary to the London
Diocesan Conference, 240

Giifilth, W. B., C.M.G., created K.C.M.G., 497

Hamilton, J. \V., appointed Recorder of Oldham, 745

Hamilton, W. A. B., appointed Secretary to the Colonial Conference,
352 ; created C.llI.G., 498

Hardy, 0., appointed Junior Prosecuting Counsel to the Post Ofllce
on the Northern Circuit, 157

Harrison, H. L., receives the honour of Knighthood, 273

Hastings, G. W., ekctcd Chairman ol the Worcestershire Quarter
Sessions, 799

Hawker, H., appointed a Magistrate for the Borough of Birmingham,
336

Herschel], Lord, elected Treasurer of Lincoln's-inn, 129 ; appointed
Chairman oi the Currency Commission, 367

Hibbert, J. T., appointed a Commissioner under the Local Govern-
ment Boundaries Act, 1887 ; 745

Holland, The Right Hon. Sir H. 'l‘., G.C.M.G., appointed Secretary
oi State tor the Colonies, 187

James, The Right Hon. Sir H., Q.C., M.P., elected President of
Clieltenham College, 81

Jefireys, A. F., elected M.P. for the Basingstohe Division of Hamp-
shire, 648

Jennings, J. B., receives the honour oi Knighthood, 497

Kekewich, A., Q.C., appointed a Judge oi the Chancery Division,
65; receives the honour ot Knighibood, 97

Kempe, A. B., appointed Chancellor oi the Diocese of Newcastle-
upon-Tynr-, 129; appointed Chancellor of the Diocese of South-
well 763

Kcniod, J. 11., elected Prcsiderit oi the Liverpool Incorporated Law
Society, 65 _

Knowles, L., M.P., appointed Assistant Private Secretary to the
President oi the Local Government Board, 545

Laglmm, W., Q.C., appointed Standing Counsel to the Bank of
England, 273

Learoyd, S., elected President of the Huddersfield Incorporated Law
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Lewi]s],8 A. G. B., appointed a Magistrate for the Tovvn and County of
the Town of Haverlordvvest, 97 _ _

L i C. E., elected M.P. for the horthern Division of the County

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207, 240, 257, 273, 305, 320, 335, 351, 367, 359, 413, 429, 449,
481, 497, 511, 546, 564, 579, 596, 632, 648, 666, 682, 705, 713,
727, 734, 746, 755, 763, 774, 785, 799, 814
Langley, H., created 0.B., 579
Ludlow, J. hi. F., orea‘c'l C.B., 597 '
Lumb, C. F., appointed Junior Counsel to the Mint for the Borough
ct Liverpool, 805
Lushington, G., created C.B , 579
Lush-\Vilson, H. W., appointed a Magistrate for Hertiordshire, 612
Macnaghien, E., Q.C., appointed a Lord oi Appeal, 187 ; a Member
cf the Privy Council, and created Baron Macnaghten, 240
Mclrrtg re, E. J., Q.C., appointed to act as a Commissioner of Assizs
on the North Wales and Chester Circuit, 145
Maiion, The O'Gorman, elected M.P. tor the County oi Curlew, 727
Maine, Sir H. J. S., elected Whewell Proiessor of International
Law in the Ilnircrsity ot Cambridge, 320
' Marshall, G. W., appointed Rouge Croix Pursuivant oi Arms, 734
Martineau, T., receives the honour oi Knighthood, 367
Matthews, C. W., appointed air additional Prosecuting Counsel to
the Treasury at the Central Criminal Court, 157
Mayors, Lawyer, 81
Mead, F., appointed Junior Prosecuting Counsel to the Trs asury at
the Central Criminal Court, 157
lililnrr, A., appointed Private Secretary to the Chancellor ot the
Exchequer, 187
Morgan, M., receives the honour cf Knighthoo l, 694
Mount, W. G., elected Chairman of the Berkshire Q iarter Sessions,
814
Neville, B., elected M.P. for the Exchange D1v1B10"l ot the Borough
oi Liverpool, 221
Ormathwaite, Lrrl, elected Chairman oi the Radnorshire Quarter
Sessions, 34
Owen, H., created K.C.B., 579
Packer, Sir 0., appointed a Member ot the Executive Council oi
Barbadoes, 612
Parker, H. W., receives the honour of Knightlrood, 579
Pearson, C. J., receives the honour of Knighthood, 706
PiJi1ii|.<, C. E. G., created a Baronet, 597
Plowden, H. M., receives the honour 01 Kniglrthood, 273
Portman, Hon. W. H. B., elected Chairman ot the Dorsetahire
Quarter Sesrions, 814
Provis, S. B., created C B., 597
Raélgifle, F. R. Y., appointed Recorder ot the Borough oi Dsvizas,
Recorders, 81, 466, 579, 745, 763
Revising Barristers, 666, 682, 694
Richards, H. 0., appointed Junior Prosecuting Counsel to the Post
Oilice at the Central Criminal Court, 682
Biridell, W, B., appo'uted Receiver to the Dean and Chapter oi St.
Paul's, 221
Ridlsy, E., appointed an Ofllcial Referee, 146
Roberts, B. H., appointed a Magistrate ior the Borough of Denbigh,
498
Robert, 8., appointed a Jnstioe oi the Peace for the West Riding oi
Yorksl ire, 498
R°"!*“1d@, w- BOWBD, Q-C., M.P., elected a member 01 the Com-
mitten ct the Bar Library, 66 ; appointed a Magistrate ior
Cllldlgflllt-1:111‘, 187
Roxburgh, F., appointed to act as Assisi-ant-Judge of the Mayor’s
Court, 367
Ragga G., elected Chairman oi the Huutiogdonshire Quarter Sessions,

55063151 5- S-1 appointed Secretary to the Committee ior inquiring
into the Accommodation irrvided tor Prisoners’ awaiting Trial, 799

Saiggiéord, J. D., appointed a Magistrate tor the County ot Mi ldlesex

Satow, F. A., appointed a member ot a Commhsim for the Ritorm
and Codification if the Commercial Law of Japan, 718

slulldimr 3- CH Q.C., elected Cluirmau ot the Executive Committee
if the City and Guilds oi London Institute, 305

Scrutton, T. E , appointed Examiner in the Constitutional History of
England at the University oi‘ London, 449

Sheiiifs and Under-Sheriffs, 65, 8|, 221, 305, 321, 35], 357, 333,
ass, 596

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Stirling, Mr. Justice, receives the honour oi Knighthood, 97; receives
the Honorary Degree oi LL.D., from tlis University of Aberdeen,
321

Stuart, A., Chief Justice oi the Superior Court ot the Province oi
Ontario, receives the honour oi Knighthood, 384

Thompson, H. F. H., appointed Honorary Secretary to the Pre-
liminary Committee oi the Imperial institute, 65

Town Clerks, 48, 65, 129, 207, 210, 289, 305, 335, 351, 495, 545,
6-18, 694, 718, 799, 814

Underhill, J., Q.C., appointed Recorder of the Borough of New-
0BriJ1€-l1l1dBl'-Lylllfl, 579

Upington, T., Q.C., Attorney-General oi the Cape Colony, created
K.C.M.G., 429

Wales, His Royal Highness the Prince of, elected Treasurer ot tho
Middle Temple, 81

Walpole, the Right Hon. S. H., appointed Deputy High Steward oi
the University 01 Cambridge, 321

Wavell, E. 1\I., elected President oi the Halifax Incorporated Liw
Society, 413

White, Mr. A. W., receives the honour of Kuighthood, 597

Williams, His Honour J udgc G-., elected Second Vice Chairman oi
the Glamorganshire Quarter Sc-sions, 398

Williams, M. S., appointed Stipeudiary Magistrate at the Greenwich
and Woolwioh Police Courts, 145

Wingfield, E., appointed A=siitant-Commissioner ot West Iudil
Incumbered Estates, 694

Wynne, L. M., appointed a Magistrate for Orifordshire, 814

Colonial and Indian :—

Biitish Guiana, 320, 564, 596
British Honduras, 579, 785
Caps of Good Hope, 694, 755
Ceylon, 48

China, 169

Constantinople, 596, 774
Cyprus, 497

Gambia, 734

Gold Coast, 389, 745, 763
Grenada, 481

Griqualaud \Vost, 666, 682
Hong Kong, 579

Indian, 169, 867, 466, 734
Japan, 169

Leeward Islands, 706
Madras, 129, 321

Malta, 91

Mauritius, 320, 413

New South Wales, 188, 207, 511, 516, 633, 774
Penang, 169

Queensland, 727

Straits Settlements, 351
Tasmania, 257, 352, 430
Trinidad, 746

Vi ztoria, 14

\Vestern Australia, 449, 746

Assize Cases, 30, 35, 682, 690
Assize Intelligence, 26, 207, 449, 675, 632

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Cases of the Week, 9, 27, 44, 60, 75, 92, 108, 123, 141, 154, 183, 200,
216, 231, 252, 268, 284, 300, 315, 329, 316, 362, 377, 392, 409, 426,
441, 460, 477, 492, 507, 528, 557, 574, 591, 607, 623, 642, 659, 675,
691, 702, 717, 726, 734, 744

Cave, Mr. Justice, and Mr. Higgin, Q.C., 31

(lent'al Criminal Court Proceedings, 72, 666

Cnerter and North Wales Incorporated Law Society, 288

Circlulits, Proposed Order in Council relating to, Lord Coleridge on the,
6

——, The Bar Committee and the, 144
Ci 1-‘ridge, Lord, on the Laws regulating the Enjoyment of Property,
510
Coroner's Inquisitions, 797
CORRESPONDENCE :—

Accord and Si'i<fmtioii, 741, 772

Accnmulations Bill, The, 492

Assurance Companici Dr-posit, 659

Attornmunt Clauses and the Bills of Sale Acts, 409
Beirhouse Certificates, Transfer of, 300

Bills o1 Sale Acts and the Attornment Clauses, 409
Chancery Division, The, 460

Taxation of Costs in the, 267

Chancii-y Judge, The now, 506

Chanctry Taxing Masters, The, 26

Copyhold Act, 1867, 783

Coroner's Power to Fine, 345 2 see also p. 341
Corsellfa, Re, 251

Costi, A New Scale of, 268

——-—-, Taxation of, in the Chancery Division, 267
Covenants Running with the L'lIld, 300

Deeds ct Arrangement Act, 1887, 783

Defence, Payment into Court by Defendant betoro Delivery of, 139
Dividend, Apportionment (>1, 409

Divorco Cases, Reports of, 140: ace also p. 136
Imperial Institute, Tho, and Solicitors, 329, 345 : see also p. 325
Incorporated Law Society, Accounts of the, 641

——, Culendar of Tho, 283

—- General Meeting, 477

i Preliminary Examination, 641

Insurance, Production of Receipt tor Premium on, 230
Land Transfer Bill, The, 425, 440, 460, 476, 623, 743, 761, 771
Q-, Costs under the, 606, 715

Law Society, A, for the City of London, 492, 506
Law's Dclay, the, 169

Lodgers' Goods Protection Act, The, 345

Leases, Scale Charges for, 199

London, City ot, Law Society tor tho, 506

Lords’ Act, The ? 123

Manchester and Liverpool Chancery Actions, 409
Marriage Settlements, Costs cf, 392

Married Women's Property Act, 1882, 659

Middlesex Registry, 199, 772

Illiddleserz Registry case, The, 361, 392, 658

Mirtgage Bills 01 Sale, Form 0|’, 215

Municipal Corporations Act, 1882; 92

Oflicial I21 ceiver v. Tailby, 346

Payment into Court by Defriidant before Delivery of Defence, 139
Pnlirninary Examinntion—Dispciising Orders, 315

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Probate and Administration Duty on Estates under £300, 716, 733

Public Ilealth Act, Summons for apportioned amount of Works
under, 140

Purchaser’s Title defeated by Ff. Fa., 6
Receivers, 199

Remuneration Order, The, 215, 230, 251

-—— —Leasrs, 92, 108

Signatures, Concerning, 426 1 sec also p. 422
Sittings of the Courts, 108

Slaughter-Houses iii Rural Sanitary Districts, 59
Solicitor-Trustee Costs, 590

Solicitors, University Education of, 6

Solicitors‘ AdVP1‘ll‘€lI1(11tS, -13

Solicitors and llouse Agents, 74

Solicitors and the Imperial Institute, 329, 345
Stamp on Settlement of Reverslonary Interest, 6
Theatres, Fires in, 772

Trustees, Liability ot, 734, 743, 754

County Court Committrh, 65

County Court Practice, 561, 578

County Courts, Appeals from, by Special Case, 25
COUR'l' PAPE1l.S2—

Easter Fittings, 390, 414, 430, 450
Hilary Sittings, 170, 188, 2-11
Michaelmas Sittings, 15, 785, 800, 514
Trinity Sittings, 158, 512, 546, 565, 580
Long Vacation, 648

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Criminal Law Cases, 128, 332
CURRENT TOPICS Z—

Actions, Transfers 01', The Results Of, 211

Actions of Slander, Remitting to a. County Court, 556

Affidavit Evidence, 521

Afildavits entered in Orders as having been read, 22

Affidavits to be served with Notice ot Motion fir Attachment, 296
Agricultural Holdings Act, 1883; 263

Agricultural Lands, Trustees of, 768

Allcurd v. SI-i'nne'r, 620

American Legislation, 405

Ancient Remains, The Ownership 01, 221

Animals, Maintenance of, Provi-ions in Wills for, 688

Anonymous Letters, Privileged, 699

Appeal, Applications for the Postponement of the Hearing of an, 807
Appeal, Court oi’, Copies of Documents for the use ol Judges of

the, ‘Z63
i, Papers to be left for the Judges of the, 195
Assizes, The proposed Alterations in the present mode ot Holiing
tho, 373, 587
i, Civil Business at, The proposed Scheme fir a Re-arrangement
of tho, 603

Attornment Clauses in Mortgage, 195

Auctioneers’ Fess at Auction Sales, Charging Purchasers with, 101
Bacon, Vice-Chancellor, on Correspondence, 3

Retirement of, 39

Bank Holiday, The Legal Etfect of a, 521

Bankruptcy, Report of the Inspector-General in, 731

Bankruptcy Act, 1883, New Order as to Fees and Percentages under

the, 1

125th Section of the, 779

Bankruptcy Rules, The Consolidated, 1

Bankruptcy Statistics, 792

Bar, Call to the, Refusal to, 179

-i, The, and the Imperial Institute, 357

-—- Committee, The, 311

Bell-Cox's, Mr., Release, 488

Bills of Sale, 603, 620, 780

i-, Decisions on, 21

——, Mortgage, 280, 671

-——, Proposed Legislation on, 457

Blasphemy, The Law of, 120

“ Boycott," Threats to, 279 _ I
Bramwell, Lorcl—Bill “Further to Amend the Law ot Evidence, '
2950a the Circumstances under which Police Otficers are J nstifiol

in Killing People. 739

Call to the Bar, Refusal to, 179

Cass’s, Miss, Case, 604

Cause Lists, 163, 406, 521, 687, 791

Chalmers, Judge, on the County Court System, 161

Chambers, Orders Drawn up in, 311

Chancery, Dormant Funds in. 22, 341, 711

Chancery Appeals, List of, 687 _ _

Chancery Business, The New Committee on, 421, 4o7

-——, Tho Resolntioiis of Lord Selborne s Committee on, 472 _ _
Chancery Division, Actions Disposed ot in the, during the Trinity

Sittings, 687 _ _
--, An Inquiry as to tho Arrangement ot the Administrative Staff
of the, 373 I 687

-——, Arrears in t is,

--, The Proposed Additional Judge of the, 326, 457, 655

--, The Work of tho Judges of the, 655, 779

——, Witness Actions in the, 325 _
Chancery Oflices, The Amalgamation oi the Work ct the, 421
Chancery Oifices Committee, 555

Chancery Paymaster's Cheq\l6Pi_655 _

Chancery Taxing Master, Additional Appointment of, 639

Charging Order, Priority of, obtained by Disohargel Solicitpr, 87
Charles, A., Q.C., Appointment of, as a Judge of the Queen s B milr

Division, 731

Chirf Clerks, The Ofllces o1 tho, 119

Citation of Cases, 164

Clerk's Foss, 163 _ Y

Coleridge, Lord,on tlic Laws Regulating the enjoyment cl Property»

504 .
on the Style of the House ot Lords in its Judicial Capflcliih
458 -

Commerce, Tribunals of, A New Proposal tor Establishment oi, 611
Commissions on Sale, 687

Company, Costs ot Second Petition to \Vind up a, 328

-—-, Liability ot Directors of, 88

--, Power for a, to Purchase its own Shares, 620

Company Trustees, 247

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Complication, A Curious, 295

Conducting Fee, The, 179

Consent Orders, 555

Consideration, A Lengthy, 687

Consideration for a Guarantee, 731

Contempt of Court by a Solicitor, 723 _ _
Contract, The Law governing the capacity oi a Person to bind him-

seli by, 389
Contributory Negligence, 119
Conveyancing Ant, 1881, Application under the, for removal oi the
Restraint on Anticipation, 687

-—-, The Power oi Sale conferred by the, 471

i, 1882, Section 5 oi the, 739

Copybold Act, 1887; 751, 768, 179

Copyright in Government Publications, 71

Coroner, The right of a, to fine a Juryman, 326, 341

Coroner's Inqnisitions, Setting Aside, 791

Correspondence for use of Judge, Copies of, 71

Uorsellis, Re, 24'!

Costs, Taxation of, 503
Costs of Pcmons appearing on the Hearing of a Winding-up Petr-

tion, 472
Colt!’ oi Second Petition to Wind up a Company, 326
Costs of Solicitors employed as Agents by the Director of Public
Prosecutions, 357

County Court Decisions, Appeals from, 56

County Court Judge, Application for the Removal of a, 759

--—- Interviewed, 656 .

County Court Judges, The Work of the, 711

County Court Judgments, Interest on, 422

County Court Procedure, 164

County Court System, Judge Chalmers on the, 164

County Courts, Debt Collectors in, 342

——, Unqualiil.-d Practitioners in, -373, 389

Court-House Lock-ups, 341

Cflvenants in Restraint oi Trade, 390

Creditors, The Position of, who have assented to a Private Arrange-

ment with an Insolvent Debtor who has subsequently become
Bankrupt, 312
Criminal Law Amendment Act, Blunders in the, 699
Crowder, Mr. G. A., Appointment oi’, as Cbiet Clerk in the Chambers
oi Mr. Justice Chitty, 55

Cross-examirration, Restriction 0|, 7i

Cross-examination as to Character, 712

Damages, Tho Measure oi‘, 180

—— for Breach oi Covenant to keep and yield up Buildings in

Repair, 556 _

Dart, Mr., 'l‘he late, 587

Debenture, What is a, 760

Debts, Payment oi’, Presnmption oi‘, 555

Deed:—Reading Deeds tutors Signing, 357

Deeds of Arrangement, Registration of, The Bill for the, 437, 587
Dillon's, Mr., Case, 136

Divorce Practice, A point of, 610

Documents, “ Copies " of, 195

Dogs—When are they “ under control" P 22

Dormant Funds in Chancery, Claims to, 22, 341, 711

Endacott Perjury Case, 699

Eatoppel by Acquiescence, 699

Evmizvg News, The Criminal Information against the, 135
Evidence, Lord Bramwe1l's Bill “ Further to Amend the Law of," 295
Examination Questions, 264

Examiner to the Court, the Post oi‘, 780

Execution oi Instruments, Evidence oi, 248

Executor-’s Power of Sale, 791

“ Fancy Words not in Common Use," 296

Farming Agreements, Injunctions to restrain Breaches of, 279

Fees on Surnmonses in the Queen’s Bench Chambers, 21

Final Examination, The, 179

First Oiieuders Bill, The, 603

Fishing, Right of, in Non-tidal Waters, 504

Foreclosure Actions, 619

Funds in Court, 780

Government Publications, Copyright in, 71

Grove, Mr. Justice, Retirement oi, 73].

Guarantee, Consideration for a, 731

Guardianship of Inllrnts Act, 1886; 39

Gl"11"1S011, 51 Co. (Limited), The " Objects Clause ” in the

Memorandum of Assn irtion of, 1

Hehdnnte, A new style of, 471

Hearing in Camera, 119

Ila-lrert, Re, 249

lloise-slaughtering Licences, 723

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Macnaghten, E., Q.C., Appointment oi, as a Lord of Appeal, 179
Magistrates, Stipendiary, Pensions to, 342

Malicious Injuries to Property Act, 1861; 640

Margarine Act, Appeals under the, 807

Marking Cases as " Standing over by Consent." 807

Marriage Settlement, Liability for the Costs of Preparing a, 389
Married Woman, New Rules as to Grant ct Probate of the Will of n,

374

Married Women and Undue Influence, 358

Middlesex, The Grand Jury for, 588

Micidleseaz Registry case, The, 487, 639, 655

Money Paid out of Court by Mistake, 40

Monkswell (Lord), The Death of, and the Controversy on ills

Appointment, 121

Mortgage, Attornment Clauses in, 195

Mortgage Bills cf Sale, 280, 671

Mortgages, Duty ct the, on being Paid Oif, to Be-convey to the

Real Owner, 767

-——-, Re-conveyance by a, to a Wrong Person, 780

Mortgages, The Implied Power of Sale in, 263

——, The Joint Account Clause inserted in, 792

Mortgages of Policies of Assurance, 151

Municipal Corporations Acts, The, 87

Music in Streets, Bye-laws against, 358

“ Natural Relations," Liability to Contribute to Support of, 2

New South Wales, Chief J ustice oi, Resignation of, 163

New Trial, The Rule on which a, should be Granted, 135

Notice of Motion, Copy ot, for the Judge, 405

0_[fia'i'al Receiver, Ex park, Re Merritt, 56

Oifliial Receivers, The Duties and Liabilities of, 211

Oflixi-il Referee, The Oliice of, 2

Oflicial Solicitor, The Duties of the, 56

Order for Committal, with a Direction that the Warrant t‘iereunder

should not issue so long as Monthly Instalmsnts are duly paid, 87

Orders drawn up in Chambers, 311

Orders for the Appointment of Rrceiver by way oi Equitable

Execution, 341

Originating Summouses, The Delay in Decision cf, 212

Originating Summonses under Order 55 ; 295

Paper (Special) for Completed Drafts, 72

Papers to be left for the Judges of the Court cl Appeal, 195

Papers for the Use of a Judge, The Proper Mode of Delivering, 4-37
Parcels in Vesting Orders, Setting out, 767

Parish Registers, 248, 264

Parliament, A little used Art of, 359

1, Delay in Printing Acts of, 740

i, Legislative Blunder, A, 767

——, Legislative Slip, A, 56

-i, Private Members’ Bills, 487

-—, Tic Alleged Breach of Privilegi in, 437

Partition, Powers o1ChieI Clerk on a, 406

Paymaster-General, The Balance Sheet oi the, 588

Payment ot Debts, Presumption of, 555

Payment oi Money into Court, Practice with regard to tho, 136
Pedigree, Questions oi’, The Admissibility of Declarations by

Deceased Witnesses as to, 119

Pensions, Sequestration of, 768

Pensions and Full Pay, Attachment oi’, 724

Policemen, Incapacity of, to be registered as Parliamentary Voters,

103

Petitions, Presentation of, 792

Poor Rates, The Enforcement of, 723

Pope, lie, Concerning, 55

Probate Rule, New, 405

Public Bills, Allowing Counsel to be heard on, 359

Qualn’s, Mr., Bequest, 767

Queen's Bench Chambers, Fees on Surnmonses in the, 21

Quceu’s Counsel, Special Licence to enable a, to appear in Court to

defend a Prisoner, 21, 39

Queen's Counsel, New, 55, 72

Railway and Canal Trnflic Bill, The, 296, 311, 326, 342, 503
liailway Company, The reasonableness of a condition limiting the

responsibility of a, in respect of Animals or Goods delivered to
them for Carriage, 264

" Real Securities," Power to invest on, 87

Receiver, Motions for Appointment of a, 196

k, Orders for the Appointment of, by way of Equitable Execu-

tion, 341

Receivers, Applications ea: parle for, 163

Receiving Orders, Register of, 211

Re-conveyance by a Mortgages to a Wrong Person, 780

Refresher Fees, 103, 808

Registered Dealings, The Cost cf, 604

Remuneration Order, The, 152, 655, 751

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Remuneration Order, Conducting Fee under the, 807

-—-, Decisions on the, 179

i, Election under the, 71, 103, 195

?, The Committee on the, 227

Reports of Cases, Publication of, The Restrictions on, 136

Romilly, Mr; C., Death of, 723

Roupel1’s, Mr., Resignation, 807

Royal Courts cl J us‘ice—A New Court Wanted, 341

Rules of the Supreme Court, 1883, LXV., 1, The Extent of the

Jurisdiction over Costs given to the Court by, 39

-—-, The New, 503, 519

Salvation Army case, The, 248

Scotch Registers in Evidence, The Rsiusal to admit, 218, 2'5 1
Searches for Incumbrances, 247

Sebright case, The, 55

Serjeants-at-Law, The, 211

Settled Land Act, 1882, 357

-—, An Anomaly under the, 311

i, The Bill to Amend the, 688

Shadwell, Mr. Cayley, Death of, 723

Sheen, Mr. W., The lat/e, 312

Short Causes, 195

-—-, Copy of Minutes oi proposed Judgment in, 211

Shorthand Writers‘ Notes, 71, 422

1, Ofiicial, 759

Signatures, Variations in, 405, 422

Smith, J. W., Q.C., The late, 438

Solicitor, Contempt of Court by a, 723

—--, Liability cf, instructing s Valuer for a Mortgage Sscurity, 687
Solicitors employed as Agents by the Director oi Public Pros mutions,

Costs ct, 357

-—- and the Imperial Institute, 3'25

—-, Papers of, A Register oi Transfers oi’, 407

—-, Remuneration of, on Sales ot Property subject to

Incumbrances, 211

Solicitors’ Benevolent Association, The, 472

Solicitor’s Retainer, 458

South-Eastern Railway Co., The Injunction against the, 458, 488
Special Case stated by Justices, 588

Stamp on a Power of Attorney tor the Receipt of Money from the

Paymaster-General, 603

Staple-inn, 22

Suitors in Person, 326, 588

Supreme Court, The Work of the Masters oi tho, 699 _ _
Supreme Court Rules, 1883, LXV., 1, The extent ot the JllI'l8l1J*

tion over Costs given to the Court by, 39

Supreme, Court, New Rules of the, 503, 519

Sureties to be of Good Behaviour, 151

Swindell v. Bullceley, 152

“Taking Accounts," The Present System oi, 196

Tanner, J. A. C., Appointment ot, as a Taxing Master in Bank-

ruptcy, 779

“ Templocombo Free Lunch,” The, 779

Thorogood v. Bryan, The Ovsrrnling of, 212

Times‘ Law Reports—A new Style oi Headnote, 471

Tithe Rent-Charge Bill, The, 457, 555

Tomkinson v. The South-Eastern Bailwdy Co., 458, 488
Tramway, Purchase of, by Local Authority, 572

Trial by Peers, Waiving the Privilege_ol', 228

Trustees, Bargains by, for Remuneration, 767

i, Investments by, 712

i, Liabilities oi‘, 73,1 00

-—-, Responsibility o , 7 _ _
Trustees, New, The Costs which will be Allowed on an Appoint-

ment oi‘, 640

Trustees’ Indemnity Clause, A, 739

Trustees of Agricultural Laws, 768

Under-Sheriffs, Liability of, 751

Undue Influence, 227

Unqualified Practitioners, 487

Vacation Business, 639, 739

Western Circuit, The, 731 9-
\Vill, Probate Copy 01', The Necessity oi having in Court the, 2 5
Wills, Construction ct, Cases on the, 228

——, "OB-lce Copy" of, 619

-——, Revocation of, by Cutting and Erasure, 711 _
Winding-up Petition, Costs of Persons appearing on the Hams!

oi 472

Witnelgses, Produclion of Proofs of, 135

Woman, Can a, be elected to serve upon a Metropolitan Vestry! 471
Women, The Power to Arrest, for Solicitation, 604

Word Competitions, 163

Writ out of the Jurisdiction, Orders giving leave to serve a, 21, 40
Writs, The Execution cl, 437

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