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§ 14. Cretinism.
17. Question of civil and criminal liability of imbeciles
18. Imbecility as an excuse for acts civil and criminal.
19. Moral imbeciles.
20. Dementia distinguished from amentia.
21. Legal relations of dementia-in case of wills..
22. Mania defined.
23. General mania ; character of.
24. Intellectual mania.
25. Partial mania, or monomania.
26. Delusions and hallucinations in general.
27. Moral and effective mania ; morbid impulses.
28. Homicidal mania, or the propensity to kill.
29. Kleptomania, or propensity to steal.
30. Disinclination to regard it as a defense.
31. Pyromania, or a propensity to burn; and aidoimania,
32. These have not received much favor as a defense.
33. Alcohol ; its uses and effects.
34. The psychological effects of alcohol.
35. Alcoholism defined.
36. Quininism; similarity of symptoms to alcoholism.
37. Delirium in general.
38. Legal relations of delirium.
39. Delirium tremens, or mania a potu.
40. Symptoms and general characteristics of delirium
41. Legal relations of delirium tremens.
42. Civil acts of persons of unsound mind.
43. In case of wills.
§ 44. Conduct and declarations of the testator.
45. The test of capacity to manage business.
46. Doctrine as to the burden of proof.
47. General presumption.
48. Test of capacity to contract.
49. Liability for torts.
50. Unsoundness of mind as a defense to a criminal
51. Insane delusions and irresistible impulses.
62. Common sources and manifestations of insane delu-
53. Test of capacity required for criminal responsibility.
54. Impulsive mania, or uncontrollable impulse.
55. Defense on the ground of.
56. In case of drunkenness ; legal responsibility.
57. Drunkenness as a mitigation of criminal acts.
58. Delirium tremens as an excuse in criminal cases.
59. Dreaming ; illusions and delusions common to.
60. Legal relations of dreaming.
61. Somnambulism ; common manifestations of.
62. The legal relations of somnambulism.
63. Statutory provisions relating to the responsibility of
persons mentally unsound.
64. Construction of statutes and the common law on the
65. Rules suggested on examination of mental condition.
§ 66. At common law, between attorney and client.
67. Protection of confidential communications by statutes.
§ 68. Protection of confidential communications made to
clergymen or priests.
69. The privilege may be waived.
70. Construction of the statutes on the subject.
71. The general rule applicable to other professions.
72. Illustration of the rule in case of surgeons.
$ 73. Defined ; quick with child explained.
74. Maternal causes of abortion.
75. Fetal causes of abortion.
76. Natural and innocent causes of abortion.
77. Artificial and innocent abortion ; premature labor.
78. Chief methods employed to produce abortion.
79. Criminal abortion ; methods of procuring.
80. Statutory provisions on the subject.
81. Construction of statutes on the subject.
82. In case death results from producing.
83. The killing of a quick child, or of a woman quick
with child, in attempts to produce unlawful mis-
84. Signs of abortion during the life of the patient.
85. Signs on examination of a female after death.
86. Examination of the fetus; strains, etc.
87. Infanticide; distinction between, and fæticide.
88. Evidence of life subsequent to birth of child.
89. Modes of destroying the life of a child after birth.
90. Summary of matters to be observed on examination
of the body of the woman to determine the ques-
tion of abortion.
91. Indictments; evidence.
CRIMINAL LIABILITY FOR NEGLIGENCE OR MISCON-
§ 92. Statutory provisions on the subject.
93. General criminal liability at common law for mal-
PRACTICE WITHOUT A LICENSE OR DIPLOMA
§ 94. General provisions of statutes on the subject.
95. Criminal liability for practicing without license.
96. Criminal liability for causing death by administering
a drug or medicine in a state of intoxication.
97. Removal of attorneys for misconduct.
98. Duty of attorneys to the court.
99. Disbarment or suspension of an attorney not neces-
CIVIL LIABILITY FOR MALPRACTICE.
$ 100. Various kinds of malpractice defined.
101. Liability for damages in general for malpractice.
102. Skill required of a surgeon or physician.
103. Not bound to use the highest degree of skill.
104. Implied duty of the physician or surgeon.
105. These general principles applicable to dentists.
106. Instance of the liability of a physician in a special
case of impropriety.
107. Proof of malpractice; burden of.
§ 108. Matters in defense or mitigation.
109. In case of contributory negligence.
110. Punishment for the crime no defense to civil action.
111. The measure of damages.
$ 112. The contract for services and compensation may be
express or implied.
113. Common presumptions; amount of compensation
114. Where the request for services is made for the ben-
efit of another.
115. Intrusive and voluntary services.
116. Measure of value of services.
117. Judgment for services a bar to action for mal-
118. Statutes regulating the collection of compensation.
119. Proof of a diploma from a medical college.
Code of medical ethics of the state of New York and