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No. 335. LLOYD v. UNITED STATES FIDELITY & GUARANTY Co. November 22, 1943.

No. 18. CARTER V. KUBLER. December 6, 1943.

No. 137. POWELL v. SANFORD, WARDEN. December 6, 1943.

No. 187. NEW YORK EX REL. ROGALSKI V. MARTIN, WARDEN. December 6, 1943.

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No. 214. GILCREASE Oil Co. v. COSBY ET AL. December 6, 1943.

No. 377. GOLDSMITH ET AL. v. UNITED STATES. December 6, 1943.

No. 389. NEAL ET AL. v. FLORIDA ET AL. December 6,

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No. 390. NIKLAUS ET AL. v. LINCOLN JOINT STOCK LAND BANK. December 6, 1943.

No. 407. LASH V. ALABAMA. December 6, 1943.

No. 431. DUNNE ET AL. v. UNITED STATES. December 6, 1943.

No. 21. UNITED STATES EX REL. BRENSILBER ET AL. V. Bausch & LOMB OPTICAL CO. ET AL. December 6, 1943. MR. JUSTICE BLACK, MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS, MR. JUSTICE MURPHY, and MR. JUSTICE RUTLEDGE think the petitions should be granted. MR. JUSTICE JACKSON took no part in the consideration or decision of these applications.

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Rehearing Denied. No. 448. NIAGARA FALLS POWER Co. v. FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION. December 6, 1943. MR. JUSTICE JACKSON took no part in the consideration or decision of this application.

No. 426. ETTMAN V. FEDERAL LIFE INSURANCE Co. December 13, 1943.

No. 5. UNITED STATES v. DOTTERWEICH. December 20, 1943.

No. 189. BURROUGHS v. SANFORD, WARDEN. December 20, 1943.

No. 432. SABIN ET AL. v. LEVORSEN ET AL. December 20, 1943.

No. 473. KRAUSS, TRADING AS AMERICAN CORD & WEBBING CO., V. GREENBARG ET AL., TRADING AS KING KARD OVERALL Co. December 20, 1943.

No. 968, October Term, 1942. BENGUET CONSOLIDATED MINING Co. v. PERKINS ET AL. January 3, 1944. MR. JUSTICE MURPHY took no part in the consideration or decision of this application. 319 U. S. 774.

No. 191. COYLE v. New YORK. January 3, 1944.

No. 418. WADE v. New YORK. January 3, 1944.

No. 431. DUNNE ET AL. v. UNITED STATES. January 3, 1944. Second petition for rehearing denied.

No. 251. Coy v. JOHNSTON, WARDEN. January 3, 1944.

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No. 435. BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY & STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT HANDLERS, EXPRESS & STATION EMPLOYEES ET AL. v. UNITED TRANSPORT SERVICE EMPLOYEES ET AL. January 10, 1944. MR. JUSTICE RUTLEDGE is of opinion that the petition for rehearing should be granted, the case restored to the docket and set for argument.

Nos. 38 and 39. COLGATE-PALMOLIVE-PEET Co. v. UNITED STATES. January 10, 1944. MR. JUSTICE ROBERTS and MR. JUSTICE JACKSON took no part in the consideration or decision of this application.

Nos. 49 and 50. FORD MOTOR Co. v. GORDON FORM LATHE Co. January 10, 1944. MR. JUSTICE MURPHY took no part in the consideration or decision of this application.

No. 124. ROYER, ADMINISTRATRIX, v. GREINER. January 10, 1944. Second petition for rehearing denied.

No. 439. FRYBERGER V. CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC & Gas CO. ET AL. January 10, 1944.

No. 455. LEISHMAN V. ASSOCIATED WHOLESALE ELECTRIC Co. January 10, 1944.

No. 478. FIDES, A. G., v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. January 10, 1944.

No. 479. GORDON ET AL. v. UNITED STATES. January 10, 1944.

No. 485. WHITEFORD v. HECHT COMPANY. January 10, 1944.

INDEX

ABANDONMENT. See Interstate Commerce Act, 1.
ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES. See Jurisdiction, I, 1-2, 14-17;

III; IV, 3-4; V, 4–7.
ADMIRALTY. See Shipping, 3-5.

1. Collision. Statutory Negligence. Circumstances of vessel's
anchoring in fog negatived statutory negligence. Atlantic Refining
Co. v. Moller, 462.

2. Id. Exception to 15 of Act of March 3, 1899 recognized where
compliance would endanger navigation. Id.
ADULTERATION. See Drugs, 1-2.
ALIENS. See Naturalization, 1-2.
ANCESTRY. See Constitutional Law, I, 1; III, 2.
ANTITRUST ACTS. See Judgments, 3; Patents for Inventions,

10–11; Procedure, 5.
APPORTIONMENT. See Waters, 3.
APPRAISAL. See Bankruptcy, 1-2.
ARMY. See Constitutional Law, I, 1-5; III, 2, 5.
ARREST. See Criminal Law, 1.
ASSIGNMENT. See Patents for Inventions, 8; Securities, 2.
ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL. See Habeas Corpus, 3.
ATTORNEY'S FEES.

Allowance. Additional attorney's fee denied without prejudice
to application to state court. Walton v. Southern Package Corp.,

719.
AWARD. See Constitutional Law, I, 9.
BANKRUPTCY.

1. Farmers. Reappraisal. Conciliation commissioner erred in
basing valuation partly on evidence obtained by personal investiga-
tion without knowledge or consent of parties. Carter v. Kubler, 243.

BANKRUPTCY—Continued.

2. Id. Irregularity in commissioner's valuation cured on review.
Id.
BILLS OF LADING. See Interstate Commerce Act, 6.
BITUMINOUS COAL ACT.

Review of Price Order. Effect of expiration of Act. Ickes v.
Associated Industries, 707.
BOARD OF TAX APPEALS. See Jurisdiction, I, 15–17; III; Taxa-

tion, 9–11.
BRIDGES. See Compensation.
BURDEN OF PROOF. See Evidence, 1; Naturalization, 1.
CARGO. See Shipping, 3-5.
CARRIERS. See Interstate Commerce Act; Motor Carrier Act.
CERTIFICATION. See Jurisdiction, V, 4-5; Labor, 2-3.
CHARGES. See Interstate Commerce Act, 3-8; Shipping, 1.
CHARITIES. See Taxation, 4, 6–7.
CITIZENS. See Constitutional Law, I, 1-3; III, 2; Naturalization,

1-2.
OLAYTON AOT. See Judgments, 3; Procedure, 5.
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. See Labor, 2.
COLLISION. See Admiralty, 1-2.
COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. See Taxation, 10.
COMMUNISTS. See Naturalization, 1.
COMPENSATION.

Customs Inspectors. Act of Feb. 13, 1911. Extra compensation
for overtime, Sundays and holidays; Act created obligation on part
of United States; requirement applicable to services of inspectors
at bridges and tunnels; extra compensation exclusive of base pay.

U.S. v. Myers, 561.
COMPETITION. See Patents for Inventions, 10–11.
CONCILIATION COMMISSIONER. See Bankruptcy, 1-2.
CONFISCATION. See Constitutional Law, III, 3-4.
CONSERVATION. See Constitutional Law, I, 6; IV, 3-4; Public

Utilities, 10.
CONSIGNOR. See Interstate Commerce Act, 6-8.

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