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The Uniform Negotiable Instruments Law. Is It Producing Uniformity and Certainty in the Law Merchant?

Crawford D. Hening
University of Pennsylvania Law Review and American Law Register
Vol. 59, No. 7, Volume 50 New Series (Apr., 1911), pp. 471-498
DOI: 10.2307/3307405
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3307405
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Bentham's letters are in Vol. IVJeremy Bentham's works (Edinburgh, 1843), pp. 453-530
  • 2
    Sir Leslie Stephens' Life of Bentham, p. 221.
  • 3
    'The Ideal and the Actual in the Law," by James C. Carter, Vol. XIII, Reports of American Bar Association, p. 244 (1890)
  • 5
    "The Necessity for Uniformity in the Laws Governing Commercial Paper," by Henry C. Tompkins, Vol. XIII, Reports of American Bar Associa- tion, p. 247 (1890)
  • 6
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Address of Judge Lyman D. Brewster on "Uniform State Laws," Vol. XXI, Reports of American Bar Association, p. 323.
    • Address of Judge Lyman D. Brewster on Uniform State Laws, Reports, Vol. XXI, of American Bar Association, pp. 329, 330.
  • 7
    Stephens' Life of Bentham, p. 230
  • 8
    Lloyd's Bank v. Cooke [I907], i K. B. 794.
  • 9
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Ploeg v. Van Zuuk, 135 Ia. 350
    • s. c., 112 N. W. 807
    • S. C., 13 L. R. A. (N. S.) 490.
  • 10
    Lloyd's Bank v. Cooke [1907], I K. B. 79+
  • 11
    1b. 799, 8oo.
  • 12
    Pleog v. Van Zuuk, 135 Ia. 350 (1907).
  • 13
    Ib., pp. 358, 359
  • 14
    Herdman v. Wheeler [x902], I K B. 36I.
  • 15
    loyd's Bank v. Cooke [i9o7], i K. B. 794.
  • 16
    [igo], i K. B. 36I.
  • 17
    i907], i K B. 794
  • 18
    Lewis v. Clay [1897], 67 L. J. (Q. B.)224
  • 19
    Russel v. Langstaffe, 2 Doug. 514 (1780).
  • 20
    iolett v. Patton, 5 Cranch, I42 (i8o0).
  • 21
    This reference contains 10 citations:
    • Accord: Bank v. Curry, 2 Dana i42 (x834)
    • Fullerton v. Sturges, 4 Oh. St. 53o (1855)
    • Page v. Morrell, *42 N. Y. II7 (i866)
    • notes 22-34
    • Bowles Co. v. Fraser, Io9 Pac. 812 (I9io)
    • Daniels on Negotiable Instruments (2d Ed.), §§174-I76
    • Munroe v. Bordier, 8 Manning, Granger & Scott, 862 (I849)
    • S. C. 65 E. C. L. R. 86I
    • South Boston Iron Co. v. Brown, 63 Me. I39.
    • annotation of this case in present issue, post, p. 508.
  • 22
    Bank v. Vagliano [I89T], A. C. 107.
  • Hartington Bank v. Breslin, I28 N. W. 659 (igio).
  • 23
    Russel v. Langstaffe, 2 Dougl. 514 (I78o)
  • 24
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Accord: Joseph v. Bank, I7 Ark. 256 (I876)
    • White-Wilson, &c., Co. v. Egelhoff, 13I S. W. 208 (I9IO) (Ark.).
  • 25
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Angle v. N. W. Mut. Life Ins. Co., 92 U. S., at p. 338 (I875)
    • Violett v. Patton, 5 Cranch, 42 (809)
    • Michigan Bank v. Eldred, g Wall. 544
    • Goodman v. Simonds, 20 How. 361 (i857)
  • 26
    Frank v. Lilienfeld, 33 Grattan 377 (I873).
  • 27
    Greenfield Bank v. Stowell, I23 Mass. I96 (I876).
  • 28
    Bank v. Curry, 2 Dana (Ky.) i42 (I834).
  • 29
    Fullerton v. Sturges, 4 Ohio St. 529 (1855).
  • 30
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • M itchell v. Culver, 7 Cowen 336 (I827)
    • (obiter), Weyerhauser v. Dun, I00 N. Y. I50 (i885)
    • (obiter), Redlich v. Doll, 54 N. Y. 234 (I873)
    • Page v. Morrell, 3 Keyes, II7 (I866)
    • Chemung, &c., Bank v. Bradner, 44 N. Y. 68o (1871).
  • 31
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Boyd v. McCann, io Md. ii8 (I856), (name of payee), (semble)
    • Elliott v. Chestnut, 30 Md. 562 (I869), (name of payee inserted with leave of Court).
  • 32
    Shultz v. Payne, 7 La. Ann.222 (1852), (date).
  • 33
    untington v. Bank, 3 Ala. i86 (I84I), (entirely blank).
  • 34
    Waldron v. Young, 9 Heiskill 777 (i872), (time note to run).
  • 35
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Johns v. Harrison, 20 Ind. 3I7 (I863), (time note to run)
    • Emmons v. Meeker, 55 Ind. 321 (I876)
  • 36
    (Semble), Fanning v. Bank, i6 Miss. I39 (I847).
  • 37
    ity of Chicago v. Gage, 95 III. 593 (I880), (applying the principle to a non-negotiable bond).
  • b
    Wessel v. Glenn, io8 Pa. I04 (1884).
  • c
    note 24.
  • 38
    (Obiter), Bank v. Hyde, 13 Conn. 279 (I839).
  • 39
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Inglish v. Breneman, 5 Ark. 377 (i843)
    • 9 Ark. I22 (I848).
    • Overton v. Matthews, 35 Ark. I46, 154 (I879).
  • 40
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Awde v. Dixon, 6 Ex. Rep. 869 (i85I)
    • S. C., I Ames' Cas. 7I5
    • Hatch v. Searles, 2 Smale & Gifford I47 (I854)
    • S. C., i Ames' Cases 7I8.
  • 42
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Chalmer's Digest (7th Ed.), p. 53
    • Awde v. Dixon, 6 Exch. 869 (185I)
    • Hanbury v. Lovett, i8 L. T. N. S. 366 (I868)
    • Oakley v. Boulton, 5 Times L. R. 6o (i888)
    • d Sec. 20
  • 43
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Guerrant v. Guerrant, 7 Va. Law Reg. 642 (I902)
    • Boston Steel, &c., Co. v. Steuer, I83 Mass. I40 (I9o3 )
  • 44
    2 Illinois Law Review, p. 148.
  • 46
    This reference contains 12 citations:
    • Chester v. Dorr, 4I N. Y. 279 (I869)
    • East River Bank v. Butterworth, 45 Barb. 476 (i866)
    • Si N. Y. 637 (i872)
    • Bower v. Hastings, 36 Pa. 285 (i86o)
    • Peale v. Addicks, 174 Pa. 549 (I896)
    • Hoffman v. Foster, 43 Pa. 137 (i862)
    • Cottrell v. Watkins, 89 Va. 8oi (I893)
    • Kellogg v. Barton, 94 Mass. 527 (i866)
    • Bacon v. Harris, I5 R. I. 599 (I887)
    • Strauss v. Friend, 73 Ga. 782 (1884)
    • 57 Am. Law Register, Vol. 57, p. 662 (I909)
    • England in Parr v. Jewell, i6 C. B. 684 (I855)
  • 47
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Charles v. Marsden, I Taunt. 224 (i8o8)
    • Sturtevant v. Ford, 4 M. & G. IOI (I842)
    • Carruthers v. West, 11 Ad. & El., (N. S.) 143 (1847)
    • Warr v. Jewell, Io C. B. 684 [I855])
    • Stein v. Yglesias, I C. M. & R. 565 (1834)
    • Jewell v. Parr, I3 Com. Bench gog (I853)
  • 48
    This reference contains 10 citations:
    • Connerly v. Ins. Co., 66 Ala. 432 (i880)
    • Battle v. Weems, 44 Ala. 105 [I870])
    • Warder v. Gibbs, 92 Mich. 29 (I892)
    • Miller v. Larned, I03 Ill. 562, 573 (i882)
    • Naef v. Potter, 226 Ill. 628 (I907)
    • Professor Greely in 2 Illinois Law Review, p. 150
    • Hon. J. W. Mack given in 1 Illinois Law Review, pp. 597, 598
    • Seyfert v. Edison, 45 N. J. (Law) 393 (1883)
    • Dunn v. Weston, 71 Me. 270 (I88o)
    • note in 57 Am. Law Register, Vol. 57, p. 662 (I909).
  • 49
    Sec. 28.
  • 50
    Charles v. Marsden, i Taunt. 224 (I&08)
  • 51
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Marling v. Jones, 138 Wis. 82 (Igog)
    • s. c., tI N. W. 93i
    • Mer- sick v. Alderman, 77 Conn. 634 (igo5).
  • 52
    Brannan, "The Negotiable Instruments Law" (2d Ed.), p. 38.
  • 53
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 1 Taunton, 224 (I8o8)
    • s. c. I Ames' Cases, 748
  • 54
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Chester v. Dorr, 4I N. Y. 279
    • Cottrell v. Watkins, 89 Virginia 80I
  • 55
    Brannan (2d Ed.), pp. 36, 37
  • 56
    "The Negotiable Instruments Law" (2d Ed.),p. 38
  • 57
    ante, notes 46, 47, 48.
  • 58
    Naef v. Potter, 226 Ill. 628 (19Q7)
  • 59
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Norton on Bills, &c., pp. 234-235
    • Bigelow on Bills & Notes, pp. 229-231.
  • 60
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • lar v. Kostiuk, 119 N. Y. Supp.683 (1909).
    • In New York by Laws of I892, p. I869 c. 689
  • 61
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Bowyer v. Bampton, 2 Strange II55 (I74I)
    • s. c., i Ames Cas. on Bills & Notes, 399
  • 62
    This reference contains 7 citations:
    • Lowe v. Waller, 2 Doug. 736 (I78I)
    • City of Aurora v. West, 22 Ind. 88
    • Cazet v. Field, 9 Gray 329
    • Towne v. Rice, 122 Mass. 67
    • Glenn v. Bank, 70 N. C. IgI
    • Claflin v. Boorum, I22 N. Y. 385
    • Dunlap v. Sundberg, i04 Pac. 830 (igog).
  • 63
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • owyer v. Bampton, 2 Strange Il55 (I741)
    • S. c., i Ames' Cas. on Bills & Notes, 399.
  • 64
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Wirt v. Stubblefield, I7 App. (D. C.) 283 (190o)
    • Klar v. Kostink, 119 N. Y. Supp.683 (1909)
  • 65
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • "The Negotiable Instruments Law," Annotated by Professor Bran- nan, Second Edition, Cincinnati. The W. H. Anderson Co., 1911
    • Alexander v. Hazelrigg, 123 Ky. 677 (1906).
  • 66
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Alexander v. Hazelrigg, I23 Ky. 677 (I906)
    • Accord: Western Nat. Bank, &c. v. State Bank, &c., I8 Col. App. 128 (1902)
    • S. C. 70 Pac. Rep. 439 (1902)
    • ante, note 64
  • 67
    Brannan (2d Ed.), p. 65
  • 68
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • B. & C. Comp., sec. I945.
    • Matlock v. Scheuerman, 93 Pac. 823 (Ogo8)
  • 69
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Foster v. MacKinnon, Law Rep. 4 C. P. 704 (I869)
    • I Ames' Cas. 540.
    • Ames' Cas., p. 547, n. 2
    • Revised Laws, o905, Sec. 2747
    • Freehold Bank v. Kennedy, I48 Ill. App. 310 (I909)
    • Tower v. Whip, 53 West. Va. I58 (O9m3)
  • 70
    Bothell v. Miller, I28 N. W. 628 (I9IO)
  • 71
    Lewis v. Clay, 14 T. Law Rep. I49 (1897)
  • 72
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Laws of Wisconsin I899, ch. 356, secs. I676-25
    • Aukland v. Arnold, 131 Wis. 64 (I9o7).
    • Brannan (2nd ed.), Sec. 57, p. 65.
  • 73
    ante, note 64
  • 74
    ante, note 64.
  • 75
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 3 Burrow I354 (1762)
    • i Ames' Cas. 407
  • 76
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Price v. Neal are presented in an elaborate note in 10 L. R. A. (N. S.), pp. 49-74.
    • Professor Ames on "The Doctrine of Price v. Neal" in 4 H. L. R., p. 292
  • 77
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • National Bank v. First National Bank, 125 S. W. 513 (1910)
    • S. C., I4i Mo. App. 719
    • National Bank v. Mechanics', &c., Bank, 148 Mo. App. i (1910)
  • 78
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • National Bank v. First National Bank, 125 S. W. 513 (I9IO)
    • S. C., I41 Mo. App. 719.
  • 79
    National Bank v, Mechanics', &c., Bank, I48 Mo. App. I (I9IO)
  • 80
    Farmers', &c., Bank v. Bank of Rutherford, II5 Tenn. 64 (I9o$)
  • 81
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Williamsburgh Trust Co. v. Tum Suden, 105 N. Y. Supp.335 (1907)
    • S. C., I20 App. Div. 5I8.
  • 82
    Bank of Lisbon v. Wyndmere, 15 No. Dak. 299 (I906)
  • 83
    Revised Code of North Dakota i899, chap. ioo, pp. I039-I060.
  • 84
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Canadian Bank of Commerce v. Bingham, 30 Wash. 484 (I902)
    • s. c., 71 Pacific Rep. 43 (I902).
  • 85
    State Bank of Chicago v. First Nat. Bank of Omaha, I27 N. W. 244 (xgIo).
  • 86
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Williamsburgh Trust Co. v. Tum Suden, 105 N. Y. Supp.335 (1907)
    • S. C., I20 App. Dw. 5I8.
    • Price v. Neal under the American Law Merchant are Bank v. Bangs, Io6 Mass. 44I (I871)
    • Bank v. Bank, I5i Mass. 28o (I89o)
  • 87
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Title Guarantee, &c., Co. v. Haven, I96 N. Y. 487 ('90g)
    • s. c, 89 N. E. I082.
  • 88
    Cocks v. Masterman, 9 B. & C. 9o8 (I829)
  • 89
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Act of 1849 (Pamphlet Laws, i849, No. 310, Sec. io)
    • Bank v. Bank, 78 Pa. 233 [I8751
    • Sec. 62
    • Pennsylvania today as to the meaning of Sec. 62?