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Contents of Current Law Review

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The November number of the Harvard Law Review contains the following important articles: "Powers in Trust and Implied in Default of Appointment", by Professor John Chipman Gray '59, of the Law School: "The Standard Oil and Tobacco Cases", by R. L. Raymond '95, of Boston; and "Price Restriction on the Re-Sale of Chattels", by W. J. Shroder '01, of Cincinnati, O.

Besides these articles, the number contains reviews of recent cases of interest, Law School notes, and several reviews of books by prominent lawyers.

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