William Bascom Wetherall saved numerous blue books from his college days at the University of Idaho. He also saved the following papers he submitted in various law courses. The texts shown here were created from optical character reader scans of image scans of the original reports. The OCR texts were vetted for scanning errors. [sic] and boxed comments are mine (William O. Wetherall).
Declaratory Judgments (c1935)
This paper, undated, consists of 4 unnumbered double-spaced typescript pages. The title appears on the top of the 1st page. A few corrections have been made in pencil or black ink. The author's name appears at the end. The latest date in the paper is June 1934, and so the paper is presumed to have been written in 1935.
By William B. Wetherall
30 September 1996
Property Problems (1935)
The paper consists of 28 unnumbered pages including title page. The title appears only on the title page, and the body of the text is mostly citations, in single-spaced typescript, from statutes and rulings. There are no end notes. A few bibliographic particulars have been noted in blue ink.
Limitation of Future Estates.-- A future estate may be limited by the act of the party to commence in possession of a future day, either without the intervention of a precedent estate, or on the termination by lapse of time or otherwise, of a precedent estate created at the same time.
The Determination of the Admissibility of Evidence (1936)
The paper consists of 1 title page and 11 numbered pages of double-spaced typescript. The page numbers, and the end-note numbers in the body of the paper, are written in red ink. Some few corrections have been made in blue ink.
THE DETERMINATION OF THE ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE
Presumptions and the Burden of Proof (1936)
The paper consists of 1 title page and 22 numbered pages of double-spaced typescript. The page numbers, and the end-note numbers in the body of the paper, are written in red ink. Some corrections have been made in pencil, and there are a few notations, mostly case numbers, in blue ink.
May 31, 1936
PRESUMPTIONS AND THE BURDEN OF PROOF
I. BURDEN OF PROOF
III. IDAHO LAW