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OF

CASES DISPOSED OF AT OCTOBER TERM, 1906,

WITHOUT OPINIONS AND NOT ELSEWHERE OR OTHERWISE REPORTED IN THIS EDITION.

ROBERT A. MILLER, as Special Master, et COVINGTON & CINCINNATI BRIDGE COMPANY,

al., Plaintiffs in Empor, v. NORTHERN As- Plaintiff in Error, v. THE CITY OF CovSURANCE COMPANY. (No. 61.)

INGTON. (No. 183.] In Error to the District Court of the In Error to the Court of Appeals of the United States for the District of Porto | State of Kentucky, Rico. See same case below, 1 Porto Rico Mr. 8. D. Rouse for plaintiff in error. Fed. Rep. 420.

No appearance for defendant in error. Mr. Fritz V. Briesen for plaintiffs in October 9, 1906. Dismissed with costs, error.

on motion of counsel for plaintiff in error. Messrs. F. H. Dexter and F. D. McKenney for defendant in error.

October 9, 1906. Dismissed, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. Frederic D. McKenney for the defendant in error.

OKLAHOMA GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY,

Plaintiff in Error, v. MYRTLE LUKEBT. AMERICAN RAILROAD COMPANY OF PORTO

[No. 203.] Rico, Plaintiff in Error, v. JUAN MATIAS In Error to the Supreme Court of the FERNANDEZ. [No. 95.]

Territory of Oklahoma. In Error to the District Court of the Messrs. D. T. Flynn and C. B. Ames for United States for the District of Porto plaintiff in error. Rico.

Mr. Chester Howe for defendant in error. Messrs. F. H. Dexter, F. D. McKenney, October 9, 1906. Dismissed, per stipulaand J. 8. Flannery for plaintiff in error.

No appearance for defendant in error.

October 9, 1906. Dismissed with costs, on motion of Mr. Frederic D. McKenney for the plaintiff in error.

UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, ApNEWPORT NEWS & OLD POINT RAILWAY & pellant, v. ROBERT 0. FINK, Treasurer,

ELECTRIC COMPANY, Plaintiff in Error, v. etc., et al. [No. 22.]
HAMPTON ROADS RAILWAY & ELECTRIC Appeal from the Circuit Court of the
COMPANY et al. [No. 5.]

United States for the District of Nebraska. In Error to the Supreme Court of Appeals Messrs. Maxwell Evarts and John N. of the State of Virginia. See same case be- Baldwin for the appellant. low, 102 Va. 795, 47 S. E. 839.

Mr. Norris Brown for appellee. Messrs. Fred Harper and S. Gordon Cum- October 9, 1906. Dismissed with costs, ming for plaintiff in error.

on motion of Mr. Maxwell Evarts for the Mr. R. G. Bickford for defendant in error. appellant.

October 9, 1906. Dismissed with costs, on motion of counsel for the plaintiff in error.

tion.

CHICAGO, BURLINGTON, & QUINCY RAILWAY ALLIANCE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY, Ap- COMPANY, Appellant, v. A. F. CARLSON

pellant, v. THE CITY OF ALLIANCE. [Nos. et al. [No. 23.] 161 and 162.]

Appeal from the Circuit Court of the Appeals from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Nebraska. United States for the Northern District of Messrs. Charles J. Greene and Ralph W. Ohio.

Breckenridge for the appellant. Mr. Wm. B. Sanders for appellant.

Mr. Norris Brown for appellee. No appearance for appellee.

October 9, 1906. Dismissed with costs, October 9, 1906. Dismissed with costs, on motion of Mr. Maxwell Evarts in behalf on motion of counsel for the appellant. of counsel for the appellant.

776

GEORGE D. COLLINS, Plaintiff in Error, v. DELAWARE, LACRAWANNA & WESTERN RAIL

THOMAS F. O'NEIL, Sheriff of the City ROAD COMPANY, Petitioner v. WILLIAM W. and County of San Francisco, Cal. [No. RUTTER et al., Executors, etc. [No. 330.] 452.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the In Error to the Superior Court of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for City and County of San Francisco, State | the Second Circuit. See same case below, 77 of California.

C. C. A. 315, 147 Fed. 51. Mr. William Hoff Cook for the defendant Messrs. William D. Guthrie and Henry D. in error.

Hotchkiss for the petitioner. October 9, 1906. Docketed and dismissed Mr. Augustus Van Wyck for the respondwith costs, on motion of Mr. William Hoffent. Cook for the defendant in error.

October 15, 1906.· Denied.

EAGLE ORE SAMPLING COMPANY, Petitioner, DAVID MACKENZIE, Petitioner, v. JAMES 0. DUNCAN CHISHOLM, Trustee. [No.

PEASE, Sheriff, etc. [No. 337.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the 142.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. the Eighth Circuit. See same case below, 75

Mr. Robert G. Dyrenforth for the peti

tioner. C. C. A. 472, 144 Fed. 670. Mr. Henry M. Teller for the petitioner.

Mr. Harris F Williams for the respond

ent. Messrs. C. A. Brandenburg, P. O. Brandenburg and Joel F Vaile for respondent.

October 15, 1906. Denied. October 15, 1906. Denied.

SAGINAW MATCH COMPANY, Petitionem, 0.

DIAMOND MATCH COMPANY. [No. 397.) M, P. REEVE, Petitioner, v. NORTH CARO

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the LINA LAND AND TIMBER COMPANY et al.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for [No. 298.]

the Sixth Circuit. See same case below, 74 Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the C. C. A. 59, 142 Fed. 727. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

Messrs. R. A. Parker and Charles F. Bur. the Sixth Circuit. See same case below, 72

ton for the petitioner.

Mr. John R. Nolan for the respondent. C. C. A. 287, 141 Fed. 821.

October 15, 1906. Denied. Mr. Henry H. Ingersoll for the petitioner.

Mr. R. E. L Mountcastle for the respondents. October 15, 1906. Denied.

CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Com

PANY, Petitioner, v. MAYOR AND CITY
COUNCIL OF NASHVILLE, TENN. [No. 436.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the ARTHUR WEINREB et al., Petitioners, v. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for JOSEPH H, FINK. [No. 305.]

the Sixth Circuit. See same case below, 76 Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the o. C. A. 297, 145 Fed. 607. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

Mr. William L. Granbery for the peti. the Second Circuit. See same case below, tioner. 76 O. C. A. 609, 146 Fed. 243.

No appearance for respondent.
Mr. F. M. Czaki for the petitioners.

October 15, 1906. Denied.
Afr. Adolph Bloch for the respondent.
October 15, 1906. Denied.

NEW YORK EVENING JOURNAL PUBLISHING

'COMPANY, Petitioner, v. JOSEPH SIMON. CARMELO GRECO, Petitioner, v. THE STEAM- [No. 441.] SHIP SARNIA, etc. [No. 322.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. See same case below, the Second Circuit. See same case below, 77 C. C. A. 366, 147 Fed. 224. 77 C. C. A. 332, 147 Fed. 106.

Messrs. Edward T. Fenwicle and Clarence Ar. Wilford II. Smith for the petitioner. J. Shearn for the petitioner. Mr. Percy S. Dudley for the respondent. Mr. Edward K. Jones for the respondent October 15, 1906. Denied.

October 15, 1906. Denied.

ATLANTIC TRANSPORT COMPANY, Claimant, FRANK D. ZELL, Plaintiff in Error, 0.

etc., Petitioner, v. FRANCES M. BARNES. JUDGES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE [No. 442.]

UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DIsPetition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

.

In Error to the United States Circuit the Second Circuit. See same case below, 77 Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. C. O. A. 217, 146 Fed. 509.

See same case below, 75 C. C. A. 665, 144
Mr. J. Parker Kirlin for the petitioner. Fed. 837.
Mr. Louis H. Porter for the respondent. Messrs. C. L. Frailey, R. D. Brown,
October 15, 1906. Denied.

Malcolm Lloyd, Jr., Charles H. Burr, and
A. S. Worthington for plaintiff in error.

Messrs. D. Lawrence Grover, Tazewell
Taylor and Hampton L. Carson for defend-

ant in error. JAMES P. STEWART et al., Petitioners, o. H. October 15, 1906. Order affirmed with S. WRIGHT. [No. 443.]

costs. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

GRAHAM & MORTON TRANSPORTATION COMUnited State Circuit Court of Appeals for

PANY, Appellant, v. CRAIG SHIPBUILDING the Eighth Circuit. See same case below,

COMPANY. [No. 339.] 77 C. C. A. 499, 147 Fed. 321. Mr. W. R. Robertson for the petitioners. United States for the Northern District of

Appeal from the District Court of the Mr. John W Halliburton for the respond Illinois. ent.

Mr. Charles E. Kremer for the appellant. October 15, 1906. Denied.

Messrs. Harvey D. Goulder, S. H. Holding, and Frank S. Masten for the appellee.

October 15, 1906. Decree affirmed with

costs, on the authority of People's Ferry Co. Ex PARTE: IN THE MATTER OF THE SEN. v. Beers, 20 How. 393, 15 L. ed. 961; Roach

ECA NATION et al., Petitioners. (No. - v. Chapman, 22 How. 129, IG L. ed. 294; Original.]

Edwards v. Elliott, 21 Wall. 532, 22 L. ed. Motion for Leave to File Petition for a 487; The Robert W. Parsons (Perry v. Writ of Mandamus.

Haines) 191 U. S. 17, 48 L. ed. 73, 24 Sup. Mr. Chester Howe for petitioners.

Ct. Rep. 8, and cases cited. Messrs. W. H. Robeson, J. J. Hemphill, A. B. Browne, and Alexander Britton for re- c. W. BUSTER et al., Appellants 0. J. spondents.

GEORGE WRIGHT, United States Indian InAssistant Attorney General Van Orsdel

spector, et al. [No. 39.] for the United States.

Appeal from the United States Circuit October 15, 1906. Denied.

Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.

Mr. IVm. F. Hutchings for appellants.
No appearance for appellees.

October 17, 1906. Dismissed with costs,

pursuant to the Tenth Rule. ATLANTIC TRUST COMPANY, Petitioner, o.

EDGAR C. CHAPMAN, Receiver, etc., et al. ELBERT R. ROBINSON, Petitioner, v. AMERI[No. 413.]

CAN CAR & FOUNDRY COMPANY. [No. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

165.] United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the the Ninth Circuit.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Messrs. Edward B. Whitney and Stanley the Seventh Circuit. See same case below, W. Dexter for petitioner.

68 C. C. A. 331, 135 Fed. 693. Mr. Edgar C. Chapman for respondents. Mr. J. Gray Lucas for the petitioner. October 15, 1906. Granted.

Messrs Thomas A. Banning and Ephraim Banning for the respondent.

October 22, 1906. Denied.

SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, Petitioner, v.

MATTIE J. STUTTS, Administratrix, etc. HENRY ARNOLD RICHARDSON, as Truseee, [No. 318.] etc., Petitioner, v. JOHN M. SHAW et al. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the [No. 433.]

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the the Fifth Circuit. See same case below, 75 United States Circuit Court of Appeals for C. C. A. 588, 144 Fed. 948. the Second Circuit.

Mr. Milton Eumes for the petitioner. Mr. John Brooks Leavitt for petitioner. Mr. Richard W Walker for the respondMr. E. S. Theall for respondents.

ent. October 15, 1906. Granted.

October 22, 1906. Denied.

OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY, Own- | DANIEL SULLIVAN, Plaintiff in Error, 0.

er, etc., Petitioner, v. PRIMUS GILMORE, ST. LOUIS, BROWNSVILLE, & MEXICO RAILAdministrator, etc. [No. 350.]

WAY COMPANY. [No. 29.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the In Error to the Circuit Court of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for United States for the Southern District of the Second Circuit.

Texas. Mr. Harrington Putnam for petitioner. Messrs. L. G. Denman and Floyd McGown

Messrs. J. Parker Kirlin and George for the plaintiff in error. Whitfield Betts, Jr., for respondent.

Messrs. A. W. Houston and Reagan HousOctober 22, 1906. Granted.

ton for the defendant in error.

October 22, 1906. Judgment affirmed ABRAM ROSENBERGER, Petitioner, v. JOSEPH with costs. Rosenbaum v. Bauer, 120 U. S. H. HARRIS. [No. 366.]

450, 30 L. ed. 743, 7 Sup. Ct. Rep. 633; Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Knapp v. Lake Shore & M. 8. R. Co. (UnitUnited States Circuit Court of Appeals for States ex rel. Knapp v. Lake Shore & M. the Eighth Circuit. See same case below. | S. R. Co.) 197 U. S. 541, 49 L. ed. 871, 76 C. C. A. 225, 145 Fed. 449.

25 Sup. Ct. Rep. 538. Messrs. J. J. Darlington and James C. Jones for the petitioner.

Messrs. Solicitor General Hoyt and Assistant Attorney General Robb for the re- NORTH AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION & TRADspondent.

ING COMPANY, Plaintiff in Error, v. W. October 22, 1906. Denied.

B. GILL. [No. 35.]

In Error to the Supreme Court of the MORITZ EISNER et al., Petitioners, v. EMILIE | State of Washington. See same case below, SAXLEHNER. [No. 414.]

37 Wash. 694, 79 Pac. 778. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

Mr. Frederick Bausman for the plaintiff United States Circuit Court of Appeals for in error. the Second Circuit. See same case below,

No counsel appeared for the defendant in 77 C. C. A. 417, 147 Fed. 189.

error. Messrs. Charles K. Allen, Leopold Wal

October 22, 1906. Judgment affirmed lach, and Charles G. Coe for the petitioners. with costs. Leon v. Galceran, 11 Wall.

Mr. Antonio Knauth for the respondent. 185, 20 L. ed. 74; American s. B. Co. v.
October 22, 1906. Denied.

Chase, 16 Wall. 522, 21 L. ed. 369; The
Robert W. Parsons (Perry v. Haines) 191

U. S. 17, 36, 48 L. ed. 73, 81, 24 Sup. Cto JOSEPH 'J. WATERS, Administrator of Robert Rep. 8.

Jackson, Deceased, Plaintiff in Error, v. GEORGE E. EMMONS and J. PAUL SMITH. [No. 19.]

In Error to the Court of Appeals of the W. J. LAFFOON, Plaintiff in Error, v. J. F.. District of Columbia. See same case below, KERNER et al. [No. 38.] 25 App. D. C. 146; on former appeal 19 In Error to the Supreme Court of the App. D. C. 250.

State of North Carolina. See same case beMr. J.J. Waters for the plaintiff in error. low, 138 N. C. 281, 50 S. E. 654.

Mr. William F. Mattingly for the defend- Mr. Louis M. Swink for the plaintiff in. ants in error.

error. October 22, 1906. Judgment affirmed No counsel appeared for the defendant in with costs. See Jackson V. Emmons, 19

error. App. D. C. 250, 25 App. D. C. 146.

October 22, 1906. Dismissed for want of

jurisdiction. California Consol. Min. Co. v. J. A. AXTELL, et al., Plaintiffs in Error, v. Manley, 203 U. S. 579, 51 L. ed. 27 CYRUS WEBBER. [No. 26.]

Sup. Ct. Rep. 779, and cases cited. In Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Minnesota. See same case below, 94 Minn, 375, 102 N. W. 915, 6 L. R. A. (N. S.) 194.

JAMES VAN BUREN, Appellant, 0. P. F. Messrs. Albert R. Allen, George E. Clarke, HENNESSEY, Testamentary Executor, etc., and C. M. O'Neill for the plaintiffs in error.

et al. [No. 65.] Messrs. F. J. Know and Andrew C. Dunn Appeal from the Circuit Court of the for the defendant in error.

United States for the Eastern District of October 22, 1906. Dismissed for the want Louisiana. of jurisdiction. Beaupre v. Noyes, 138 U. Branch K. Miller for appellant. S. 397, 34 L. ed. 991, 11 Sup. Ct. Rep. 296; Mr. Wm. J. Hennessey for appellee. National F. Ins. Co. v. Scheffer, 131 U. S. October 24, 1906. Dismissed with costs, C. C. 111. Appx. and 26 L. ed. 1110. pursuant to the Tenth Rule.

V.

CALIFORNIA CONSOLIDATED MINING COM. Rosa M. COLE, Executrix, etc., Petitioner, o. PANY, Plaintiff in Error, v. CHARLES MAN- CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS et al. [No. 465.] LEY, Sheriff of Shoshone County, State of Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Idaho, et al. [No. 148.]

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for In Error to the Supreme Court of the the Seventh Circuit. See same case below, State of Idaho. See same case below, 10 | 75 C. C. A. 442, 144 Fed. 640. Idaho, 786, 81 Pac. 50; on rehearing 10 Ida

Messrs. Ferdinand Winter and Alexander ho, 801, 81 Pac. 54.

C. Ayres for the petitioner. Mr. J. H. Forney in support of the motion Messrs. Frederick E. Matson, Henry Warto dismiss.

rum, and Merrill Moores for the respondMr. M. A. Folsom in opposition thereto. ents.

October 22, 1906. Dismissed for want of October 29, 1906. Denied. jurisdiction. Green Van Buskerk, 3 Wall. 448, 18 L. ed. 245; Union Mut. L. Ins. Co. v. Kirchoff, 160 U. S. 374, 40 L. ed. FERDINAND EIDMAN, Collector, etc., Petition461, 16 Sup. Ct. Rep. 318; Haseltine v. er, v. FREDERICK B. TILGHMAN et al., Central Nat. Bank, 183 U. S. 130, 46 L. ed. Executors, etc. [No. 208.] 117, 22 Sup. Ct. Rep. 49; Schlosser v. Hemp- On Writ of Certiorari to the United hill, 198 U. S. 173, 49 L. ed. 1000, 25 Sup. States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ct. Rep. 654; Clark v. Roller, 199 U. S. Second Circuit. See same case below, 69 541-544, 50 L. ed. 300-302, 26 Sup. Ct. Rep. C. C. A. 139, 136 Fed. 141. 141.

Messrs. Assistant Attorney General Mc

Reynolds, Assistant Attorney General Robb W. W. Rose, Plaintiff in Error, v. State and Solicitor General Hoyť for the peti

tioner. OF KANSAS ON THE RELATION OF C. C.

Mr. E. B. Whitney for the respondents. COLEMAN, Attorney General. [No. 360.] In Error to the Supreme Court of the

October 29, 1906. Judgment affirmed State of Kansas. See same case below with costs by a divided court, and cause (Kan.) 86 Pac. 296, 6 L. R. A. (N. S.) 843. remanded to the Circuit Court of the United

Mr. C. C. Coleman in support of motions. States for the Southern District of New

Mr. Frederic D. McKenney in opposition thereto.

October 22, 1906. Dismissed for the want THOMAS F. WILSON (on Behalf of the Terriof jurisdiction. Smiley v. Kansas, 196 U. tory of Arizona), Appellant, v. N. 0. S. 447, 49 L. ed. 546, 25 Sup. Ct. Rep. 289;

MURPHY et al. [No. 6.] Nonconnah Turnp. Co. v. Tennessee, 131 Appeal from the Supreme Court of the U. S. clviii Appx. and 24 L. ed. 368; Territory of Arizona. Newport Light Co. v. Newport, 151 U. S. Mr. Eugene S. Ives for appellant. 527, 38 L. ed. 259, 14 Sup. Ct. Rep. 429;

Mr. C. F. Ainsworth for appellees. Harrison v. Morton, 171 U. S. 38, 43 L. ed. October 29, 1906. Decree affirmed with 53, 18 Sup. Ct. Rep. 742.

costs.

opposition York.

THOMAS F. WILSON (on Behalf of the WILLIAM J. GALLAGHER, Plaintiff in Error, Territory of Arizona), Appellant, v.

V. PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. GEORGE W. VICKERS et al. [No. 7.] [No. 20.]

Appeal from the Supreme Court of the In Error to the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona. State of Illinois.

See same case below, 211 Mr. Eugene 8. Ives for appellant. Ill. 158, 71 N. E. 842.

Mr. C. F. Ainsworth for appellees. Mr. Charles H. Soelke for plaintiff in October 29, 1906. Decree affirmed with error.

costs. Mr. E. C. Lindley for defendant in error.

October 22, 1906. Dismissed with costs, FREDERICK H. Vogt, Appellant, v. MATILDA pursuant to the Tenth Rule.

S. Vogt by her Guardian ad Litem, Pauline Vogt. (No. 62.]

Appeal from the Court of Appeals of the

District of Columbia. See same case below, ALEXANDER D. SHAW et al., Petitioners, v. 26 App. D. C. 46. UNITED STATES. [No. 460.)

Mr. John C. Gittings for the appellant. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Messrs. J. J. Darlington and Leon ToUnited States Circuit Court of Appeals for briner for appellee. the Second Circuit. See same case below, October 29, 1906. Dismissed for the want 75 C. C. A. 291, 144 Fed. 329.

of jurisdiction. Schlosser v. Hemphill, 198 Mr. Edward S. Hatch for the petitioners. U. S. 173, 49 L. ed. 1000, 25 Sup. Ut. Rep.

Mr. Solicitor General Hoyt for the re- 654; California Consol. Min. Co. v. Manley, spondent.

203 U. S. 579, 51 L, ed. - 27 Sup. Ct. October 29, 1906. Denied.

Rep. 779, and cases cited.

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