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HOPKINS' NEW

United States JUDICIAL CODE Annotated

This new work is indispensable to every lawyer who has any business in the Federal Courts of any kind or character, as it codifies the now Federal Act that abol. ishes the Federal Circuit Courts and placed the jurisdic. tion in other courts and created new ones. Price $2.50. Send us your order. Address: D. H. Fernandes, Guthrie, Okla.

Perry, Oklahoma,
Hon. D. H. Fernandes, Guthrie, Okla.
Dear Sir:

You ask my opinion of the Federal Judicial Code which I purchased of you a short time since. I desire to say that in my judgment this book is indispensable to any lawyer, no matter how many other works on Federal Practice he may have.

It is the latest and shows the Act Abolishing the Federal Circuit Courts and Numerous other changes in the law. I would not ake twice the price of the work for my copy could 1 not replace it, and cheerfully recommend the book to any one desir. ing a text on this subject

P. W. Cress. Perry. Okla.

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Oklahoma Law. OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS for SALE by the STATE. OKLAHOMA REPORTS-Vol. 1, $1.50; vols. 2 & 3, $2. each; vols. 4 to 9, inc., $2.50 each; 10 to 18, inc., $3. each. Special price for vols. 1 to 18, inc., $43.50. Vol. 19 et geq. $1.50 each.

Decisions of the State Supreme Court begin with volume 20. OKLAHOMA CRIMINAL REPORTS. Criminal Reports proper, begin with Statehood. Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, $1.50 each. STATUTES-Compiled Laws of Oklahoma (Sny. ed. 1909) $3.00 Session Laws 1907–8 Paper

.30 Session Laws 1909 Sheep

$1.20 Session Laws 1910, buckram

$1.00 Paper

.50 Session Laws 1910–1911, Buckram

$1.00 All prices quoted Net. All reports for sale by the State Librarian; all Statutes for sale by the Secretary of State.

No personal checks accepted. Volumes now in Prəss: 35 Supreme.

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TOPICAL INDEX,
Advance of the past year in Law and Government 79
Accomplice must be corroborated, and the court
must so instruct the jury

88
Bonus notes to railroads

102
Conveyance of real estate, but to secure indebtness,
will generally be deemed a mortgage

103
Duty of a railroad to one. entering a car to assist
& passenger

105
Editorial-Summary of addrees at the
"Conference of Judges"

113
In suiiun for failure to support, wife a competent
witness against the husband

90
Jurisdiction of a trial court should not be interferred
with by writ of prohibition

83
In trial of perjury, testimony' must not only show
that it was false, but material to the issue

108
Land not exempt for debts after final proof

98
When owner of land owes duty oven to a trespasser 106
Motion a proper pleading in the discharge of an
attachment

97
No error to refuse an instruction when another
covers the same point

95
One that waives the endorsement of names of wit
nesses on the back of information cannot afterwards
complain or claim surprise

91
Parol evidence is admissible not to contradict a
written instrument but to explain its existence

93
Rule for salary of county officers where population
is not more than ten thousand

98
Strict construction of penal statutes is not the law
in the State of Oklahoma

90
Telegraph company is always liable when a material
word is omitted from a message

94
Voluntary settlements favored by the courts

96

HOPKINS' NEW

United States JUDICIAL CODE Annotated

This new work is indispensable to every lawyer who has any business in the Federal Courts of any kind or character, as it codifies the now Federal Act that abolishes the Federal Circuit Courts and placed the jurisdiction in other courts and created new ones. Price $2.50. Send us your order. Address: D. H. Fernandes, Guthrie, Okla.

Perry, Oklahoma,
Hon. D. H. Fernandes, Guthrie, Okla.
Dear Sir:

You ask my opinion of the Federal Judicial Code which I purchased of you a short time since. I desire to say that in my judgment this book is indispensable to any lawyer, na matter how many other works on Federal Practice he may have.

It is the latest and shows the Act Abolishing the Federal Circuit Courts and Numerous other changes in the law. I would not ake twice the price of the work for my copy could l not replace it, and cheerfully recommend the book to any one desiring a text on this subject

P. W. Cress, Perry, Okla.

Oklahoma Law. OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS for SALE by the STATE. OKLAHOMA REPORTS-Vol. 1, $1.50; vols. 2 & 3, $2. each; vols. 4 to 9, inc., $2.50 each; 10 to 18, inc., $3. each. Special price for vols. 1 to 18, inc., $43.50. Vol. 19 et seq. $1.50 each.

Decisions of the State Supreme Court begin with volume 20. OKLAHOMA CRIMINAL REPORTS. Criminal Reports proper, begin with Statehood. Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, $1.50 each. STATUTES-Compiled Laws of Oklahoma (Sny. ed. 1909) $3.00 Session Laws 1907–8 Paper

.30 Session Laws 1909 Shoep

$1.25 Session Laws 1910, buckram

$1.00 Paper

.50 Session Laws 1910–191”, Buckram

$1.00 All prices quotod NET. All reports for sale by the State Librarian; all Statutes for sale by the Secretary of State.

No personal checks accepted. Volumes now in Press: 35 Supreme.

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THE

OKLAHOMA

LAW JOURNAL

EDITED AND PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY
D. H. FERNANDES, GUTHRIE, Oklahoma.

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AN ACT relating to primary and general elections, prescribing penalties

for the violation of the provisions thereof, and consolidating the offices of Secretary of the State Election Board and Secretary of the State Senate, and repealing certain sections of existing law.

Be It Enacted By the People of the State of Oklahoma: State Election Board-how composed--secretary.

Section 1. A State Election Board is hereby created to consist of three qualified electors, not more than two of whom shall belong to the same political party. The Secretary of the State Senate shall be the Secretary of the State Election Board, and shall at the convening of cach session of the Legislature, be elected by a majority of the members elected to and constituting the State Senate, and shall hold said office until the next regular session of the Legislature, or until his successor is clected and qualified. The Secretary of the Senate shall take and subscribe the constitutional oath of office and shall give bond to the state in the sum of five thousand dollars for the faithful discharge of the duties of such office. In case of a vacancy in the office of Secretary of the State Election Board during such time as the Senate may not be in session, the President Pro Tem

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pore of the State Senate shall appoint his successor, who shall serve until his successor shall be elected as provided herein, at the next regular or special session of the Legislature or State Senate. The board shall choose its own chairman, and said board shall exercise such powers, perform such duties and receive such compensation as is provided in this act County election boards-appointment.

Section 2. The members of the county election board that have heretofore been appointed shall hold office until July 1, 1913, when their term of office shall expire, and the State Election Board created by this act shall, proceed immediately to appoint county election boards in the various counties of this state. Secretary of Senate-duties.

Section 3. The Secretary of the Senate shall be Chief Clerk of the Senate during the regular and extraordinary sessions of the Legislature, and at extraordinary sessions of the Senate, and shall perform such duties therein as may be required by the Senate, including the publication of the permanent Senate Journal and the Session Laws. Membership of State Board-recommendation by political parties.

Section 4. The State Central Committee of the two political parties casting the highest number of votes at the last general election for state officers shall have the privilege of selecting and presenting to the Governor, during the first thirty days after the passage of this act, the name of as many as five electors, from which said committee may request the Governor to name which shall be the representation to be accorded to its party upon said election board, and every two years thereafter such State Central Committee shall have the privilege of selecting and presenting to the Governor such lists of five electors for the purpose aforesaid; provided, such lists be presented to the Governor not later than ten days after the second Monday of January, 1915, and each two years thereafter. When the State

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