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AMERICAN AND ENGLISH

RAILROAD CASES.

A complete collection of all the railroad law as decided by the American, English and Canadian courts of last resort. Elaborate notes to the more important cases. As a means of

giving the working lawyer a full collection of all the cases on the subjects treated, together with able and judicious criticism upon the points presented, they are simply invaluable.

AMERICAN AND ENGLISH
CORPORATION CASES.

This series presents a full collection of the cases in all the courts of last resort, both in America and England, on the law of private and municipal corporations other than railroad companies. 1.-SCOPE. Among the topics treated of will be the following: PRIVATE CORPORATIONS.- Agency, Assessments, Building Asso

ciations, Dissolution of Corporations, Dividends and Earnings, Ecclesiastical and Religious Corporations, Elections, Mandamus, Officers, Organization, Powers, Stock' and Stock

holders, Taxation, MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.- Assessments, Bonds, Powers, Ordi

nances, Poor Laws, Streets, Taxes, Intoxicating Liquors, In

juries to Person and Property, etc., etc. 2.-NOTES. The annotations are a special feature, being very full

and exhaustive.

These works are issued in monthly Parts, each Part containing not less than 224 pages. Three Parts make a complete volume. When Part 3 is published, the Parts are returned to the publisher by the subscriber, and are bound in best law sheep and returned by mail WITHOUT CHARGE FOR BINDING. The subscription price is $4.50 per volume, including Notes of CASES.

EDWARD THOMPSON CO., Publishers,

Northport, Long Island, N. Y.

THE

AMERICAN AND ENGLISH

ENCYCLOPÆDIA

OF

LAW.

COMPILED UNDER THE EDITORIAL SUPERVISION OF

JOHN HOUSTON MERRILL,
Lote Editor of the American and English Railroad Cases and the American and

English Corporation Cases.

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NORTHPORT, LONG ISLAND, N. Y.:
EDWARD THOMPSON COMPANY, LAW PUBLISHERS,

COPYRIGHT, 1890,
BY EDWARD THOMPSON CO.

L 5358

FEB 29 1932

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