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UTILITIES. See Federal Power Act; Public Utilities; Transpor-

tation.
VAGUENESS. See Constitutional Law, V, 5–7.
VERDICT. See Trial.
WAGES. See Admiralty, 2.
WAR. See Jurisdiction, I, 2; Trading with the Enemy Act;

Treason.
WORDS.

1. “Adheringto the enemy.-U. S. Const., Art. III, § 3. Kawa-
kita v. United States, 717.

2. “Aid and comfort" to enemy.-U. S. Const., Art. III, § 3. Ka-
wakita v. United States, 717.

3. "Clearly erroneous.”—Rule 52 (a) of Rules of Civil Procedure.
United States v. Oregon State Medical Society, 326.

4. Determination" by state court whether case turned on federal
question.-Dixon v. Duffy, 393.

5. Enemy taint.—Trading with the Enemy Act. Uebersee
Finanz-Korp. v. McGrath, 205.

6. "Establishment of religion.—U. S. Const., Amend. I. Zorach
v. Clauson, 306.

7. "Except upon authorization of the Commander-in-Chief, Euro-
pean Command.—Military Government Ordinance No. 31. Mad-
sen v. Kinsella, 341.

8. “Free exerciseof religion.-U. S. Const., Amend. I. Zorach
v. Clauson, 306.

9. “Gist.—Internal Revenue Code. Robertson v. United States,
711.

10. “Gross income.—Internal Revenue Code. Robertson
United States, 711.

11. "In interstate commerce.”—Federal Power Act. Pennsyl-
vania Power Co. v. Federal Power Comm'n, 414.

12. "Irresistible impulse" test of sanity.-Leland v. Oregon, 790.

13. "Management, conservation, or maintenance of property held
for the production of income.”—Internal Revenue Code, § 23 (a)(2).
Lykes v. United States, 118.

14. “Morbid propensity.—Leland v. Oregon, 790.

15. "Necessary to his departure."-Immigration Act. United
States v. Spector, 169.

16. "Office, post, or employment" under foreign government.-
Nationality Act. Kawakita v. United States, 717.

V.

WORDS—Continued.

17. Ordinary and necessaryexpenses of business.—Internal Rev-
enue Code. Lilly v. Commissioner, 90.

18. Person subject to military law.”—Articles of War. Madsen
v. Kinsella, 341.

19. Production or collection of income.”—Internal Revenue Code,
§ 23 (a)(2). Lykes v. United States, 118.

20. Right and wrong" test of sanity.Leland v. Oregon, 790.

21. "Sacrilegious." - Motion picture censorship. Joseph Burstyn,
Inc. v. Wilson, 495.

22. "Summary.—Rule 42 (a), Federal Rules of Criminal Proce-
dure. Sacher v. United States, 1.

23. "Through route.—Interstate Commerce Act. Thompson v.
United States, 549; United States v. Great Northern R. Co., 562.

24. Timely application in good faith."-Immigration Act. United
States v. Spector, 169.

25. Travel or other documents necessary to his departure.
Immigration Act. United States v. Spector, 169.

26. “Unable to agree.”—Federal Power Act. Pennsylvania Power
Co. v. Federal Power Comm’n, 414.

27. Unfair labor practice."-National Labor Relations Act.
Labor Board v. American Nat. Ins. Co., 395.

28. “Willful disobedience to any lawful command at sea."—R. S.
§ 4596. Isbrandtsen Co. v. Johnson, 779.

29. "Willfully damaging the vessel."-R. S. $ 4596. Isbrandtsen
Co. v. Johnson, 779.

30. “Willfully fail or refuse.”—Immigration Act. United States
v. Spector, 169.
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION. See Government Employees.

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