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VOLUME 335

CASES ADJUDGED

IN

THE SUPREME COURT

AT

OCTOBER TERM, 1947

AND
OCTOBER TERM, 1948

OPINIONS OF JUNE 21, 1948 (END OF 1947 TERM)
DECISIONS FROM BEGINNING OF 1948 TERM THROUGH (IN PART)

JANUARY 17, 1949

WALTER WYATT

REPORTER

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1949

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ERRATA.

1. 279 U. S. 151, 1 1, line 11, "income” should be "estate”. 2. 304 U. S. 153, lasts of footnote, line 5, "484" should be "284”.

3. 326 U. S. 489, first line of footnote 13, "phase” should be "phrase".

4. 331 U. S. 146, line 19, “Roy St. Louis” should be "Roy St. Lewis.

5. 334 U. S. 39, line 21: The citation is to the original order. The modified order (see footnote 2 of the opinion) is reported at 40 F. T. C. 388, 398.

JUSTICES

OF THE

SUPREME COURT
DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS.

HIE

TICE.

FRED M. VINSON, CHIEF JUSTICE.
HUGO L. BLACK, AssociaTE JUSTICE.
STANLEY REED, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
FELIX FRANKFURTER, AssOCIATE JUSTICE. .
WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
FRANK MURPHY, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
ROBERT H. JACKSON, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
WILEY RUTLEDGE, AssociaTE JUSTICE.
HAROLD H. BURTON, AssociATE JUSTICE.

CIAI

TICO

RETIRED

CHARLES EVANS HUGHES, CHIEF JUSTICE.*

TOM C. CLARK, ATTORNEY GENERAL.
PHILIP B. PERLMAN, SOLICITOR GENERAL.
CHARLES ELMORE CROPLEY, CLERK.
WALTER WYATT, REPORTER.
THOMAS ENNALLS WAGGAMAN, MARSHAL.
HELEN NEWMAN, LIBRARIAN.

*MR. CHIEF JUSTICE HUGHES, who had retired from active service July 1, 1941 (313 U. S. p. III), died at the Wianno Club, Osterville, Massachusetts, on August 27, 1948. Funeral services were conducted at Riverside Church, New York City, on August 31, 1948, and interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery, New York City, on the same day. See post, p. v.

ALLOTMENT OF JUSTICES. It is ordered that the following allotment be made of the Chief Justice and Associate Justices of this Court among the circuits, agreeably to the Acts of Congress in such case made and provided, and that such allotment be entered of record, viz:

For the First Circuit, FELIX FRANKFURTER, Associate Justice.

For the Second Circuit, ROBERT H. JACKSON, Associate Justice.

For the Third Circuit, HAROLD H. BURTON, Associate Justice.

For the Fourth Circuit, FRED M. Vinson, Chief Justice. For the Fifth Circuit, Hugo L. BLACK, Associate Justice. For the Sixth Circuit, STANLEY REED, Associate Justice.

For the Seventh Circuit, FRANK MURPHY, Associate Justice.

For the Eighth Circuit, WILEY RUTLEDGE, Associate Justice.

For the Ninth Circuit, William O. Douglas, Associate Justice.

For the Tenth Circuit, WILEY RUTLEDGE, Associate Justice.

For the District of Columbia, FRED M. Vinson, Chief Justice.

October 14, 1946.

TLEDG

(For next previous allotment, see 328 U. S. P. IV.)

DEATH OF MR. CHIEF JUSTICE HUGHES.
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1948.

Present: Mr. CHIEF JUSTICE VINSON, MR. JUSTICE BLACK, MR. JUSTICE REED, MR. JUSTICE FRANKFURTER, MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS, MR. JUSTICE JACKSON, MR. JUSTICE RUTLEDGE, and MR. JUSTICE BURTON.

THE CHIEF JUSTICE said:

"I announce with profound regret the death on Friday, August 27, 1948, of Charles Evans Hughes, retired Chief Justice of the United States.

"Seldom does it fall to the lot of any man to render distinguished service in so many fields as did Chief Justice Hughes. He was an eminent lawyer, Governor of the State of New York, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, nominee of his party for the Presidency, Secretary of State of the United States, and Chief Justice of the United States—a record unique in our Nation's history. His place is high among the outstanding jurists of the world.

"At an appropriate time, the Court will receive the Resolutions of the Bar in tribute to his memory."

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