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ACT OF CONGRESS AGAINST MONOPOLIES, adopts principles

of common law,
removes question whether restraint is partial or general,

218
AGENT, contract where license required of real estate,
no power to appoint, in hostile territory,

102
resident may have, in hostile territory,

103
ALABAMA, sale of stock deliverable under option, valid under statute, 51
constitutional and statutory provisions on trade trusts,

262
conditional sale,

251, 253
conspiracies among workmen,

341
APPOINTMENTS, contracts influencing,

111
ARIZONA, constitutional and statutory provisions on trade trusts,
ARKANSAS, statute in, prohibiting dealing in futures not in restraint of

trade,

constitutional and statutory provisions on trade trusts,
ASSIGNMENT FOR CREDITORS, foreign enforcement of,
law of domicil of owner of property in insolvency,

86, 92
state law fixing method of transfer controls in,

86, 92
regarding legal process where property located in,

86, 92
contracts of,

86, 92
ATTORNEY, contract with non-professional to procure employment

void,
cannot contract for monthly compensation to defend illegal sales,
employment of, to secure street contracts,

107
procuring escape of witness,

117
giving part of recovery, not maintenance and champerty, 122, 123
contracts with clients champertous when,

125
to prevent employment, by publishing as "scab,”

335

51
262

89

B.

BANKS, contracts for excessive loans from,

illegal loans from,

investments forbidden to,
BANKERS, protest of New York,

among London, settlement through “Clearing House,
New York, settlement through “Clearing House,"

82,83

82, 83
Appx. 459

46

46
83

108

139

BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND PROMISSORY NOTES, surrender of

instrument to maker of for gambling debt,
defence of illegal consideration sustained on public grounds,
obtained by fraud,
drawn by alien during war,

102
to invalidate in innocent bands, statute must be shown,

53, 55
in hands of participant in wagering contracts void,

54, 55
on condition po suit on official bond,
on condition that building be used as postoffice,

109
for compounding of offense,

116
securities given to shield crime,
BILLS OF LADING, state law requiring stamp for gold and silver ex-
ported,

220
BOYCOTTING, to prevent all persons from doing business with one, 410
to coerce by a let-alone policy,

410
applied to some phase of conspiracy,

410
combinations among workmen,

406
suit to restrain typographical union from,

359, 370, 406
on refusal to discharge employés,

368
to prevent employment of non-union men by,
to compel employment of union men by,

383
extortion to procure money by threat of,
longshoremen's union,

404
to prevent occupying farms of evicted tenants,

411
to prevent sale of goods on execution,

411
by typographical union prima facie malicious and corrupt,
BREWERS, contracts of,

172, 174
BRIDGE PRIVILEGES, monopoly of by attorney void,

213
BROKER, cannot recover advances on wager contract,

58,62
BUCKET SHOP devices being mere wager on futures, illegal,

57

383

387

424

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CALIFORNIA, under Constitution broker can enforce no right on sale

on margin,
wagers on indifferent matters valid in,

51, 62
CALLS, the privilege of calling or not for the thing bought,

"option," "put," "straddle" with intent to deliver enforceable,

question of jury whether transaction real,
CANAL BOATS, pooling profits illegal,

246
CAR TRUSTS, union under car trust plan,

248, 260
method stated,

248
lease under,

252, 259
conditional sale under,

250, 260
CARRIERS, distribution of production enlarges markets,

238
combination of for lawful pursuit approved,

238

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CARRIERS, connecting lines cheapen charges,

238
combination with open competition harmless,

238
rates that can be paid controls,

238
pooling contracts not enforced,

238, 239
competing systems pooling earnings not enforced,

240
competition secures efficiency,

245
cannot set aside combination injurious,

246
state tax on interstate passengers,

220
on interstate freight,

220
combination to reduce competition,

220
contracts exempting, for negligence,

88, 93, 100
CHAMPERTY. See MAINTAINANCE.
contracts involving,

115
a species of maintainance,

118, 126
CHEAT, combinations to,

324
to extort by threat to prevent carrying on business,

384, 402
to extort by fear induced by threat of "boycott,”

387
CIVIL GOVERNMENT, conspiracy against,

319
CLEARING HOUSE, settlements through by committee,

settlement made outside of,
COAL, combination restraining interstate commerce in,

216-229
COFFEE EXCHANGE, rules requiring actual delivery do not render
speculative contract valid,

60
COLORADO, constitutional and statutory provisions on trade trusts, 262

statutes on conditional sale in,
on conspiracy among workmen,

341
COMBINATIONS. See also CONSPIRACIES.
to control comforts and necessities of life,

213
opposition of legislative, executive and judicial power,

213
to absorb and monopolize transportation,
restraining commerce in coal,

216, 229
to prevent general competition,

219
to impede competion illegal,

233, 234
competition with, will not relieve illegality,
in various disguises,

236
to absorb the manufactories of an article,
to monopolize the market,

236
to exclude apprentices,
to conceal trade secrets,
to reduce activity to idleness,

237
to produce unreasonable profits,

237
courts take notice of,

237
to control manufacture and sale of sugar,

239
corporation charged with public duty,

240-278
for lawful purposes approved,

247
to control prices,

219

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406

406

378

COMBINATIONS, continued.

to cheat,
AMONG WORKMEN,

statutes in England and the United States regarding,
legislation affecting the law concerning,
present condition of the law concerning trade or labor,
picketing,
boycotting,

406
legislation concerning has not changed common law here,
relation to and influence upon compensation,

378
peaceful withdrawal of workmen by “strike,"

378
for unlawful purpose tending to injury of public or individual rights
is criminal,

378, 379
to better their condition every way encouraged, 378, 384, 400, 405
not controlled by ancient precedents,

378
early English statutes concerning, not adopted here,

379-384
the lawfulness of, a question of fact,

379
are presumptively commendable,

379
general legislation concerning, evidence on question of fact, 379
notifying workmen not to hire themselves pending a dispute,

380, 381, 384, 392
may regulate wages without violence or threats to others, 380, 381, 400
giving notice to dismiss non-union men,

380, 381, 407
must not forbid one man to work for another, 331, 382, 384, 407, 409
may peaceably pursuade others to abstain from work,

405
everyone has the right to cmploy his talents, industry and capital
free from dictation,

382
to abstain from work not unlawful,

391
threatening to abstain from work not unlawful,

391, 392
collecting about coal mines,

403
gathering about a mill to intimidate,

403, 404
if innocent, those only abusing its power liable,

404
to coerce workmen to unite,

404
to interfere with or obstruct in working,

404
to prevent employers making just discrimination in wages paid, 404
to interfere with employers' proper control of business,

404, 409
property or traffic or employment,

404, 409
have no more right to injure others than individuals have,

404
must not overcome free agency of others by intimidation, 405, 409
stand on broad level of equality with all,

407
not to work for anyone employing men below wages named,
prescribing penalty for employers violating trade union rules,

party to illegal, cannot have relief in courts,
COMMERCE, free between states; only restrained by Congress,

state law granting exclusive right of navigation,

imposing taxes on the importer,
requiring license to sell goods,

220

220

221

220

220

221

221

221

COMMERCE, continued.

imposing tax for passengers,
requiring stamp for bills of lading,

220
imposing conditions to landing of passengers,
granting exclusive right to telegraph line,

220
excluding meat from other states,

221
probibiting sale in " original packages,"
state license on railroad agent from other State,

221
on office of other state railroad,
state tax on passengers,

220
on transportation of freight,

220
sale of goods manufactured out of State,
telegraph message sent without State,
upon alien passengers,
by city upon tow boats from other states,
upon steam ferries between states,
discriminating against other States' goods,
upon sleeping-cars run through the State,
upon gross receipts for passengers,

221
not imposed on interstate commerce,

221
license tax upon telegraph company,
upon "drummer,"

221
COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS, contracts for sale of.
COMMERCIAL LAW, rests on principles of public policy,

92, 100
rule of, questioned,

93, 100
rule in United States Supreme Court on,

when contracts governed by,
COMMERCIAL PAPER. See BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
COMMON LAW, so far as applicable and of general nature governs, 285

will not permit individual's contract for injury to public,
holds agreements to prevent competition void,

285
contracts creating monopolies void by,

285, 286
as contrary to,
conspiracy as an offense at,

291
origin of conspiracy shown from villenous judgment,

292
precedents and decisions,

293
COMPETITION, public policy opposes whatever prevents, between
those in public business,

284
combinations to stifle,

218, 219
when excessive, ruinous,

238
secures safe and efficient transportation,

245
injuriously affecting facilities of travel,

265
CONDITIONAL SALE, car trusts

250, 260
Alabama rule,

251
Pennsylvania rule,

251
Statutes of Illinois,

252, 253

92

285

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