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Decisions announced without Opinions.

DECISIONS ANNOUNCED WITHOUT OPINIONS DURING THE TIME COVERED BY THIS VOLUME.

No. 339. COLE_V. GARLAND. Error to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Motion to dismiss submitted October 15, 1901. Decided October 21, 1901. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction on the authority of German National Bank v. Speckert, 181 U. S. 405. Mr. Jackson H. Ralston for the motion. Mr. Rublee A. Cole opposing.

No. 353. ARMSTRONG v. Mayer. Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Nebraska. Motions to dismiss or affirm submitted October 15, 1901. Decided October 21, 1901. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction on the authority of Eustis v. Bolles, 150 U. S. 361. Mr. Walter J. Lamb for the motions. Mr. Lionel C. Burr, Mr. Charles L. Burr and Mr. Charles 0. Whedon opposing.

No. 66. WISCONSIN ex rel. GATES V. COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC LANDS. Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Wisconsin. Argued October 29, 1901. Decided November 4, 1901. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction on the authority of Hamblin v. Western Land Company, 147 U. S. 531 ; Wilson v. North Carolina, 169 U. S. 595; Mills County v. Railroad Companies, 107 U. S. 557; Cook County v. Calumet and Chicago Canal Company, 138 U. S. 635, 655; Walsh v. Railroad Company, 176 U. S. 479; Zadig v. Balılwin, 166 U. S. 485; Chapin v. Fye, 179 U. S. 127; and see State ex rel. Gates v. Commissioners, 106 Wis. 581. Mr. Rublee A: Cole for the plaintiff in error. Mr. E. R. Hicks for the defendants in error.

Decisions announced without Opinions.

No. 296. RODLEY v. PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Error to the Supreme Court of the State of California. Motions to dismiss or affirm submitted November 4, 1901. Decided November 11, 1901. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction on the authority of Caldwell v. Texas, 137 U. S. 692; Oxley Stave Company v. Butler County, 166 U. S. 648; Powell v. Brunswick County, 150 U. S. 433. M:. Tirey L. Ford and Mr. C. N. Post for the motions. Mr. George D. ('ollins opposing

No. 437. Bissert v. Hagan, WARDEN. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York. Motions to dismiss or affirm submitted Novem. ber 25, 1901. Decided December 2, 1901. Per Curiam. Final order affirmed, with costs, on the authority of Storti v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 183 U.S. 138; Brown v. Nero Jersey, 175 U. S. 172; Markuson v. Boucher, 175 U. S. 18+, and cases cited. Mr. Charles L. Le Barbier for the motions. Mr. Roger M. Sherman opposing.

No. 76. CENTRAL Ohio RAILROAD COMPANY (AS REORGANIZED) v. MaHONEY. On a certificate from the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Subinitted November 27, 1901. Decided December 9, 1901. Per Curiam. Question certified answered in the negative, on the authority of Gableman v. Peoria Railway Company, 179 U. S. 335. Mr. Hugh L. Bond, Jr., and Mr. J. H. Collins for the railroad company. Mr. Thomas Ewing Steele for Mahoney.

No. 64. UNITED STATES v. AMERICAN STEAMSHIP “ LAURADA." On writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Argued November 21 and 22, 1901. Decided January 6, 1902. Decree affirmed, by a divided court, and cause remanded to the District Court of the United States for the District of Delaware. Mr. Attorney General and Mr.

Decisions on Petitions for Writs of Certiorari.

Assistant Attorney General Hoyt for the petitioner. Mr. Andrew C. Gray for the respondent.

Decisions on Petitions for Writs of Certiorari.

No. 335. MAYER V. FULLER, TRUSTEE. Seventh Circuit. Denied October 21, 1901. Mr. A. B. Browne, Mr. Alexander Britton and Mr. Thomas H. Dorr for the petitioner. Mr. Charles C. Lancaster opposing.

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No. 394. POWERS V. MASSACHUSETTS HOMEOPATHIC Hos

First Circuit. Denied October 21, 1901. Mr. Arthur H. Russell and Mr. Theodore H. Russell for the petitioner. Mr. Solomon Lincoln opposing.

No. 399. Tootle v. COLEMAN. Eighth Circuit. Denied October 21, 1901. Mr. R. E. Ball for the petitioners. Mr. Daviil Smyth opposing

No. 404, CITY OF GALVESTON V. UNITED STATES MORTGAGE AND Trust COMPANY. Denied October 21, 1901.

Denied October 21, 1901. Mr. James B. Stubbs and Mr. D. W. Baker for the petitioner. Mr. Julian T. Davies, Mr. R. S. Lovett and Mr. Brainard Tolles opposing.

No. 425. WHITMAN V. MORTON ; No. 426. SAME v. Watts, AS RECEIVER, AND No. 427. SAME v. CITIZENS BANK AT READING, PENNA. Second Circuit. Denied October 21, 1901. Mr. William G. Wilson for the petitioners. Mr. Charles E. Hughes, Mr. Arthur C. Rounds, Mr. Wm. B. Hornblower and Mr. McCready Sykes opposing.

No. 431. SOUTHERN Pacific COMPANY v. YEARGIN, ADMINIS

Decisions on Petitions for Writs of Certiorari.

TRATRIX. Eighth Circuit. Denied October 21, 1901. Mr. Thomas T. Fauntloy, Mr. Shephard Barclay and Mr. L. E. Payson for the petitioner.

No. 432. STEWART v. VILLAGE OF ASHTABULA, OA10. Sixth Circuit Denied October 21, 1901. Mr. Morison R. Waite for the petitioner. Mr. J. II. McGiffert opposing.

No. 433. Nelson, CLAIMANT, v. BUCHANAN, CLAIMANT. Ninth Circuit. Denied October 21, 1901. Mr. Jackson H. Ralston for the petitioners.

No. 326. KUMLER v. HalE, EXECUTOR. Sixth Circuit. Denied October 28, 1901. Mr. Orville S. Brumback, Mr. J. B. Foraker and Mr. Arthur Peter for the petitioner. Mr. Barton Smith and Mr. Rufus H. Baker opposing.

No. 340. CAMPBELL PRINTING PRESS AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY v. DUPLEX PRINTING Press COMPANY. Sixth Circuit. Denied October 28, 1901. Mr. Louis W. Southgate for the petitioner. Mr. T. II. Alexander and Mr. Arthur E. Dowell opposing

No. 352. WILCOX AND GIBBS SEWING MACHINE COMPANY V. SHERBORNE. Third Circuit. Denied October 28, 1901. Mr. Hubert Hlowson, Mr. Preston K. Erdman and Mr. George Tucker Bispham for the petitioner. Mr. John G. Johnson and Mr. Frank P. Prichard opposing.

No.374. YELLOW POPLAR LUMBER COMPANY v. DANIEL. Sixth Circuit. Denied October 28, 1901. Mr. John W. M. Stewart,

Decisions on Petitions for Writs of Certiorari.

Mr. John N. Baldwin and Mr. John F. Hager for the pet:tioner. Mr. Thomas R. Brown opposing.

No. 424. MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAILROAD AND STEAMSHIP COMPANY v. SCHOONER “ ROBERT GRAHAM Dun." Second Circuit. Denied October 28, 1901. Mr. Maxwell Evarts for the petitioner. Mr. J. Parker Kirlin opposing.

No. 435. HERBST v. STEAMSHIP “ ASIATIC PRINCE." Second Circuit. Denied October 28, 1901. Mr. J. Hubley Ashton for the petitioner. Mr. J. Parker Kirlin opposing.

No. 389. KOKOMO FENCE MACHINE COMPANY v. KITSELMAN. Seventh Circuit. Granted October 28, 1901. Mr. Ephraim Bannivg, Mr. Thomas A. Banning and Mr. Cassius C. Shir ley for the petitioner. Mr. Robert H. Parkinson opposing.

No. 418. BANK OF TOPEKA v. EATON. First Circuit. Denied November 4, 1901. Mr. N. H. Loomis for the petitioner. Mr. Edward W. Hutchins, Mr. Henry Wheeler, Mr. Charles T. Gal lagher and Mr. Mayhew R. Hitch opposing.

No. 445. SIMPSON'S PATENT Dry Dock COMPANY V. ATLANTIC AND EASTERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. First Circuit. Denied November 4, 1901. Mr. Eugene P. Carver and Mr. Edward E. Blodgett for the petitioner. Mr. Lewis S. Dabney and Mr. F. Cunningham opposing.

No. 415. NASHUA SAVINGS BANK V. ANGLO-AMERICAN LAND MORTGAGE AND AGENCY Co., LIMITED. First Circuit. Granted November 11, 1901. Mr. John S. H. Frink for the petitioner. Mr. Omar Powell opposing.

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