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Section 1.-Agency in General,
II.—How Authority may be given to an Agent,
III.-Extent and Duration of Authority, ·
IV.-Execution of Authority,
V.-Liability of an Agent,
VI.–Rights of Action growing out of Agency,
VII.-How a Principal is Affected by the Acts of his Agent,
VIII.-Mutual Rights and Duties of Principal and Agent, .
IX.-Factors and Brokers,
Form 71.-Power of Attorney,
72.-Power of Substitution,
73.—Power of Attorney in a Shorter Form,
74.-Full Power of Attorney to Demand and Recover Debts,
75.-Power of Attorney to sell and deliver Chattels,
76.- Power of Attorney given by Seller to Buyer,
77.—Power of Attorney to sell Shares of Stock, with Appoint-
ment by Attorney of Substitute,
78.-Power of Attorney to subscribe for Stock,
79.-Proxy or Power of Attorney to Vote,
80.--Proxy Revoking all Previous Proxies,
81.-Proxy with Affidavit of Ownership, in use in New York, . 227
82.—Power to receive Dividend,
Section 1.-What a Partnership is,
11.-How a Partnership may be Formed,
III.—How a Partnership may be Dissolved,
IV.- Property of the Partnership,
V.-Authority of each Partner, and the Joint Liability of the
VI.-Remedies of Fartners against each other, .
VII.-Right of the Firm against Third Parties, .
Section VIII.-Rights of Creditors in Respect to Funds,
IX.-Effects of Dissolution,
Form 83.–Articles of Copartnership between two Tradesmen,
84.-Short Form of Articles of Copartnership, .
85.-Certificate of a Limited Partnership, with Acknowledgment
Section 1.-The Submission and Award,
II.-Revocation of a Submission to Arbitrators,
Form 86.-Simple Agreement to Refer,
87.--Arbitration Bond. One or more Arbitrators,
88.--Award of Arbitrators,
THE CARRIAGE OF GOODS AND PASSENGERS.
Section 1.-A Private Carrier,
II.—The Common Carrier,
III.-Obligation of Common Carrier to receive and carry Goods
IV.—The Lien of the Common Carrier,
V.-Liability of the Common Carrier,
VI.—The Carrier of Passengers,
VII.-Notice by the Carrier Respecting his Liability,
VIII.—The Carrier's Liability for Goods carried by Passengers,
Form 89.-Steam Packet Company's Receipt,
90.--Express Company's Receipt,
HOTEL-KEEPERS, INN-KEEPERS, AND BOARDING-HOUSE-
The Rights, Duties, and Liabilities of, and the distinction between,
Hotel-keepers and Boarding-house-keepers,
CHAPTER XXII. .
Section 1.-Statute of Limitations,
II.-Construction of the Statute,
III.-The New Promise,
V.--Some Statutory Exceptions,
VI.—When the Period of Limitation begins,
VII.—The Statute does not affect Collateral Security,
Abstract of the Statutes of Limitation of all the States,
INTEREST AND USURY.
Section 1.—What Interest is, and when it is Due,
11.-Charge for Risk or for Service, .
III.-Sale of Notes,
Abstract of the Usury Laws of the States, ·
THE LAW OF PLACE.
Section 1.—What is meant by the Law of Place, .
11.-General Principles of the Law of Place,
III.- Place of the Contract,
THE LAW OF SHIPPING.
Section 1.-Ownership and Transfer of Ships,
II.-Transfer of Property in a Ship, .
IV.-Liability of Mortgagees,
V.-Contract of Bottomry,
VI.-Employment of a Ship by the Owner,
X.-Navigation of the Ship,
Form 91.—Bill of Sale of Vessel,
92.—Mortgage of a Vessel,
94.—Bill of Lading,
95.-Shipping Articles in Common Use,
97.-Oath or Affirmation of Consignee or Agent,
98.–Custom-House Power of Attorney, No. 201,
100.-Steamboat Warrant, as used in the Western States,
Section 1.—How the Contract of Insurance is made,
II.-Interest of the Insured,
111.-Interest which may be insured,
IV.-Prior Insurance, .
V.-Double Insurance and Re-insurance,
Section IX.-Representation and Concealment,
X.-What things should be communicated,
XII.—Description of the Property Insured,
XIII.—Perils covered by the Policy,
XIV.-Perils of the Sea,
XVII.- Piracy, Robbery, or Theft,
XIX.-Capture, Arrest, and Detention,
XXIII.—Termini of the Voyage, and of the Risk,
XXIV.–Total Loss and Abandonment, .
Section 1.–Usual Subject and Form of the Insurance,
II.-Construction of Policies against Fire,
III.-Interest of the Insured,
V.-Warranty and Representation,
VI.-Risk incurred by the Insured,
IX.-Notice and Proof, .
X.-Adjustment and Loss,
Form 102.—Immediate Notice of Loss, .
103.-Notice, with Certificate of Magistrate,
104.-Assignment of a Policy to be indorsed thereon,
105.—Transfer and Assignment of Policy, .