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stances, but not from mere failure to make

REVIEW.
inquiry.-Silverman v. U. S., 2 F.(20) 716.

See Appeal and Error.
RECORDS.

RISKS.
See Appeal and Error, 537-717; Criminal See Master and Servant, em 204–219.
Law, m1086.

ROADS.
REFORMATION OF INSTRUMENTS.

See Highways.
I. RIGHT OF ACTION AND DEFENSES.

RULES OF COURT.
w25 (U.S.C.C.A.,Wash.) Party fraudulently
induced to sign written contract, though neg-

See Court Rules Cited.
ligent, entitled to reformation.-Fiorito

SALES.
Clyde Equipment Co., 2 F.(20) 807.

See Vendor and Purchaser.
II. PROCEEDINGS AND RELIEF.
E30 (U.S.C.C.A.Wash.) Written contract

1. REQUISITES AND VALIDITY OF CON-

TRACT.
affected by fraud cannot be ignored, but must
be reformed precedent to recovery_on prior Omol (3) (U.S.C.C.A.Tenn.) Contract need not
oral agreement.--Fiorito v. Clyde Equipment directly fix price.--Memphis Furniture Mfg. Co.
Co., 2 F.(20) 807.

v. Wemyss Furniture Co., 2 F.(20) 428.
45(2) (U.S.C.C.A.Wash.) Evidence that ml (3) (U.S.D.C.N.Y.) Contracts. indefinite
written contract or signature thereto procured

as to price, rendered definite and binding by
by fraud must clearly overcome presumption subsequent agreement as to price.-California
of validity of writing.--Fiorito v. Clyde Equip- Prune & Apricot Growers v. Wood & Selick,
ment Co., 2 F.(2d) 807.

2 F.(20) 88.
45(15) (U.S.C.C.A.Wash.) Evidence held Owl (4) (U.S.D.C.N.Y.) Contracts for sale of
to show misrepresentations by seller's agent prunes to be grown held not invalid because of
inducing buyer to sign contract.--Fiorito v.

indefiniteness as to sizes.-California Prune &
Clyde Equipment Co., 2 F.(20) 807.

Apricot Growers v. Wood & Selick, 2 F.(20)

88.
RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES.

m2 (U.S.C.C.A.N.C.) Contract of sale to be

performed in Georgia is a Georgia contract.-
On 31(2) (U.S.C.C.A.Iowa) Single member of Angelo v. Lamborn, 2 F.(20) 854.
unincorporated church association could bring e22(3) (U.S.C.C.A.Mich.) Acceptance of
suit for himself and all other members.-Schell shipment held not to. estop purchaser from
v. Leander Clark College, 2 F.(2d) 17.

claiming subsequent shipments were to be made
Association held not to have dep ived itself on same terms.-Howell v. Grocers, Inc., 2 F.
and members of right to sue board of educa- (20) 499.
tion to prevent violation of trust by reason of Omn 38(8) (U.S.C.C.A.Wash.) Second contract
having delegated to it power to supervise for machinery 'held fraudulently secured, though
schools.-Id.

no contemporaneous oral misrepresentations
REMAINDERS.

made by seller's agent.-Fiorito v. Clyde Equip-

ment Co., 2 F.(20) 807.
4 (U.S.C.C.A.Ark.) Remainder in fee to Fraud in procuring buyer's signature to con-
life tenant's children contingent until children tract held to affect subsequent contract for ad-
in esse.-Dickson v. Neal, 2 F.(20) 533.

ditional machinery executed few days later.
w 6 (U.S.C.C.A.Ark.) Remainder may be re- -Id.
leased to life tenant.--Dickson v. Neal, 2 F. Om48 (U.S.C.C.A.S.C.) Violation of Food Con-
(20) 533.

servation Act does not affect validity of con-

tracts for sale of goods.--Bell v. Lamborn, 2
REMOVAL OF CAUSES.

F.(20) 205.
I. POWER TO REMOVE AND RIGHT OF Om48 (U.S.C.C.A.Tenn.) Provisions of Lever
REMOVAL IN GENERAL.

Act held not applicable to contract for sale of
mm 4 (U.S.D.C.Wash.) Action for mandamus sugar.-Handley-Mack Co. v. Godchaux Sugar
removable.-State v. Seattle & R. V. Ry. Co.,

Co., 2 F.(20) 435.
2 F.(20) 264.

Cam 4834 [New, vol. 16A Key-No. Series ]
13°(U.S.D.C.Wash.) Action to recover (U.S.C.C.A.Tenn.) Section 4 of Lever
telephone payments held not ancillary to action

Act held void as applied to contract for sale
in federal court to enjoin enforcement of rates, of sugar.-Handley-Mack Co. v. Godchaux Sug-
and not removable.-Pacific Telephone & Tele-

ar Co., 2 F.(20) 435.
graph Co. v. Agnew, 2 F.(20) 155.

53(2) (U.S.C.C.A.Mich.) Whether contract

of sale had been actually made held under evi-
III. CITIZENSHIP, OR ALIENAGE OF

dence for jury.-Howell v. Grocers, Inc., 2 F.
PARTIES.

(20) 499.
(A) Diverse Citizenship

Alienage in

II. CONSTRUCTION OF CONTRACT.
General.
mw45 (U.S.C.C.A.Tenn.) Cause not remova-

54 (U.S.C.C.A.Mo.) Contract on seller's
ble by resident defendant on the ground of printed form construed most strongly against

seller.-Boehmer Coal Co. v. Burton Coal Co.,
diversity of citizenship.-Handley-Mack Co. v.

2 F.(20) 526.
Godchaux Sugar Co., 2 F.(20) 435.

54 (U.S.C.C.A.Va.) Court must give effect
VII. REMAND OR DISMISSAL OF CAUSE.

to every term in mercantile contracts.-Nation-

al Bank of Commerce of Norfolk v. Lamborn,
Om 102 (U.S.D.C.Wash.) Federal court is 2 F.(2d) 23.
bound to determine whether it has jurisdiction 55 (U.S.C.C.A.S.C.) Law of state where
of removed cause, though no motion to remand contract was made and to be performed gov-
is made.--Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. v. erns.--Bell v. Lamborn, 2 F.(2) 205.
Agnew, 2 F.(2d) 155.

Om83 (U.S.C.C.A.Mo.) Under Illinois law, duty
Om 106 (U.S.C.C.A.Tenn.) Where federal court of seller of coal to furnish cars.-Boehmer
has jurisdiction of subject-matter, irregular- Coal Co. v. Burton Coal Co., 2 F.(20) 526.
ity of removal may be waived.-Handley-Mack
Co. v. Godchaux Sugar Co., 2 F.(20) 435.

IV. PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACT.

(C) Delivery and Acceptance of Goods.
REVENUE.

Om 161 (U.S.C.C.A.Mo.) Seller agreeing to fur-
See Taxation.

nish cars bound to make reasonable effort to

or

carry out agreement.-Boehmer Coal Co. v. Om7 (U.S.C.C.A.Pa.) Employer cannot avoid
Burton Coal Co., 2 F.(2d) 526.

contract because articles were not signed.--
Seller's mere demand on railroad's local agent Lent Traffic Co. v. Gould, 2 F.(20) 554.
held not reasonable diligence to carry out duty 29(5) (U.S.D.C.Wash.) In action at law
of furnishing cars.-Id.

for injury, issues determined by common law.
@mw 172 (U.S.C.C.A.Mo.) Seller not relieved -Lorang y. Alaska S. S. Co., 2 F.(20) 300.
from obligation 'to deliver because of inability Action at law for injury; relation to sbip.
to secure cars, provision as to place of deliv- -Id.
ery being for buyer's benefit.-Boehmer Coal
Co. v. Burton Coal Co.. 2 F.(20) 526.

SEARCHES AND SEIZURES.
w 177 (U.S.C.C.A.N.C.) Seller not bound to em 3 (U.S.C.C.A.Wash.) Judicial officer not
treat as final buyer's refusal to accept before

authorized to issue search warrant, in absence
time for delivery specified.-Angelo v. Lam- of affidavit or deposition showing the facts.-
born, 2 F.(20) 854.

Lochnane v. U. Š., 2 F.(20) 427.
Om 177 (U.S.C.C.A.Va.) Where contract re- m3 (U.S.D.C.Nev.) That name signed to af-
quired "shipment" of sugar to be made to fidavit is fictitious not ground for quashing
Philadelphia, buyer was not required to accept search warrant.-U. S. v. McKay, 2 F.(20) 257.
shipment made to New York and diverted to

Issue on affidavit for search warrant must
Philadelphia.-National Bank of Commerce of

be taken before cominissioner.-Id.
Norfolk v. Lamborn, 2 F.(20) 23.

Om3 (U.S.D.C.Wash.) Description in affidavit
VII. REMEDIES OF SELLER.

for search warrant held to sufficiently identify

premises.-U. S. v. Neadeau, 2 F.(2d) 148.
(D) Resale.

Om3 (App.D.C.) Affidavits stating facts on in-
332 (U.S.C.C.A.S.C.) That commodity sold formation and belief is insufficient.-Schencks v.
was not segregated does not affect seller's U. S., 2 F.(20) 185.
right to resell on breach of contract.-Bell v. Police officer's affidavits should state facts
Lamborn, 2 F.(20) 205.

known to him of own knowledge, on which he
Seller may resell on breach, though contract bases his conclusion that search and seizure
is executory.-Id.

ought to be made.-Id.
Cm333 (U.S.C.C.A.S.C.) Buyer refusing to

Police officer's affidavit should state facts of
accept goods entitled to notice that they will which he has personal knowledge, and not facts
be sold for his account.---Bell v. Lamborn, 2 of which he has been informed by others.-Id.
F.(20) 205.

ww3 (App.D.C.) Warrants not supported by

written sworn declaration void.-U. S. v. Kele-
(E) Actions for Price or Value.

her, 2 F.(20) 934.
www354(6) (U.S.C.C.A.S.C.) In action against

Sw5 (App.D.C.) Property seized after illegal
buyer for breach of contract, answer held to

search should be returned on motion therefor.
state good affirmative defense.-Bell v. Lam-

-Bolt v. U. S., 2 F.(20) 922.
born, 2 F.(20) 205.

(App.D.C.) Government required to jus-

tify search and seizure and prove validity of
(F)'Actions for Damages.

warrant on petition and motion to quash war-
Own 384(6) (U.S.C.C.A.Pa.) Measure of dam-

rant.-U. S. v. Keleher, 2 F.(20) 934.
ages for breach of contract for goods to be

ww] (U.S.C.C.A.Ohio) Seizure of samples of

beer from brewery truck by prohibition agents
manufactured by plaintiff.—Texas Co. v. Bril-
liant Mfg. Co., 2 F.(2d) 1.

without warrant held not unreasonable.-Hil.
384(7) (U.S.C.C.A.S.C.) Interest

singer v. U. S., 2 F.(20) 241.

recov-
erable on damages for breach of contract of

Sams? (U.S.C.C.A.S.C.) Finding of liquor held
sale.-Bell v. Lamborn, 2 F.(20) 205.

not through unreasonable search.-Smith v. U.

S., 2 F.(2d) 715.
VIII, REMEDIES OF BUYER.

Om (U.S.C.C.A.Wash.) Search may lawfully

follow arrest.-Sayers v. U. S., 2 F.(20) 146.
(D) Actions and Counterclaims for Breach
of Warranty.

Cm7 (U.S.C.C.A.W.Va.) Search of automo-

bile without warrant held legal.-Fisher v. U.
Om 442(1) (U.S.C.C.A.Wash.) General

S., 2 F.(20) 843.
ranty machinery will fulfill requirements car- C7 (U.S.D.C.Wash.) Search of automobile
ries liability for special as well as for general held not unreasonable.-U. S. v. Neadeau, 2
damages.- Fiorito v. Clyde Equipment Co., 2 F.(20) 148.
F.(20) 807.

SENTENCE.
IX. CONDITIONAL SALES.

See Criminal Law, C982–998.
m457 (U.S.D.C.111.) Distinction between con-
tract of "consignment" and of "conditional
sale."-In re U. S. Electrical Supply Co., 2

SEPARATE PROPERTY,
F.(20) 378.

See Husband and Wife, w169–171.
461 (U.S.C.C.A.Va.) Sufficiency of descrip-
tion of property in conditional sale contract;

SHIPPING.
"brief description."-Tilton v. H. M. Wade
Mfg. Co., 2 F.(20) 358.

I. REGULATION IN GENERAL,
m 467 (U.S.D.C.Del.) Trust receipt held to
retain title in seller:-In re Ford-Rennie Leath- pealed by Ship Mortgage Act.—The Susana,

Cury (U.S.C.C.A.Va.) Statutes held not re-
er Co., 2 F.(20) 750.

2 F.(20) 410.
474(2) (U.S.D.C.Wyo.) Record of condi-

Om5 (Ú.S.C.C.A.Va.) Place of registry of
tional sale contracts held not constructive no-
tice under Wyoming statute.-In re Douglas corporation. The Susana, 2 F.(20) 410.

ship; residence of corporation is state of in-
Lumber Co., 2 F.(20) 985.

II. TITLE.
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
See Colleges and Universities.

27 (U.S.C.C.A.Md.) Vessel held not to in-

clude stores on board.—U. S. v. Miller, 2 F.
SEAMEN.

(20) 248.

ww32 (U.S.C.C.A.Va.) Mortgage given by pur-
m2' (U.S.D.C.Pa.) Dredge deepening channels chaser without re-registering vessel held in-
in navigable water is “vessel," and persons em- valid against attaching creditor.–The Susana,
ployed thereon are "seamen.”—The Hurricane, 2 F.(20) 410.
2 F.(20) 70.

C33 (U.S.C.C.A.Va.) Recording of mortgage
Foreman in charge of operation of a dredge on ship not a vessel of the United States not
is a "seaman," and not a “master.”—Id.

constructive notice.-The Susana, 2 F.(20) 410.

war-

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III. CHARTERS.

STATES.
Bw52 (U.S. D. C. N. Y.) Returning chartered 1. POLITICAL STATUS AND RELATIONS.
barge subject to lien for repairs held breach of
charter.-The Peerless, 2 F.(20) 395.

Cmt (U.S.D.C.Tex.) Conflicting claims be-
tween state and United States reconciled, if

possible.-U. S. v. Brazoria County Drainage
IV. MASTER.

Dist. No. 3, 2 F.(20) 861.
Om65 (U.S.D.C.Del.) Hypothecation of car-
go without communicating with owner of car-

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS.
go, where feasible, held invalid.- The Richmond, See Limitation of Actions.
2 F.(20) 903.

STATUTES.
V. LIABILITIES OF VESSELS AND OWN-
ERS IN GENERAL.

For statutes relating to particular subjects, see

the various specific topics.
Om81(1) (U.S.D.C.N.Y.) Injury to moored
boat from swells of passing steamer held due to 1. ENACTMENT. REQUISITES, AND VA-
faults of both vessels.—The Silvia, 2 F.(20) 99.

LIDITY IN GENERAL.
Duty of steamer and moored craft to use
reasonable care to prevent injury from swells. posing license tax on fish canneries does not

On55 (U.S.C.C.A.Alaska) Alaska statute' im-
-Id.

violate Organic Act:-Pacific American Fisher-
Act done after 30 minutes to consider not ex-

ies v. Territory of Alaska, 2 F.(20) 9.
cusable as error in extremis.-Id.
84(3) (U.S.D.C.Or.) Ship and contracting neries held not violation of United States fish

Alaska act imposing license tax on fish can-
stevedore held liable for negligent injury to laws.-Id.
seaman.-The Jethou, 2 F.(20) 286.
C85 (U.S.D.C.Or.) Ship and contracting IV. AMENDMENT, REVISION, AND CODI-
stevedore held liable for_negligent injury to

FICATION.
seaman.-The Jethou, 2 F.(20) 286.

Om 141(1) (U.S.D.C.III.) When amendment
86(2) (U.S.C.C.A.Tex.) Evidence held to

within constitutional prohibition of amend-
show that injuries to stevedore from fall of
cross-ties on truck resulted from negligence of Lovett, 2 F.(20) 307.

ment by reference to title only stated.-In re
fellow servants.-Mallory S. S. Co. v. Simmons,

Illinois statute invalidating mortgages, deeds
2 F.(20) 970.

of trust, etc., held invalid, as amending prior
Cum 86(3) (U.S.D.C.N.Y.) Court cannot appor-

act by reference to title.--Id.
tion damages according to degree of blame.-

Cam 143 (U.S.D.C.Ark.) Assessment deemed
The Silvia, 2 F.(20) 99.
Om 86(3) (U.S.D.C.N.Y.) Rule of equal division invalid amendatory act not being considered. -

made in pursuance of last valid act, intervening
of damages applied.--The Silvia, 2 F.(20) 105.

Filbert v. Arkansas & Missouri Highway Dist.,

2 F.(20) 114.
VII. CARRIAGE OF GOODS.
Ono 125 (U.S.D.C.N.Y.) Vessel held to have de-

V. REPEAL, SUSPENSION, EXPIRATION,

AND REVIVAL,
viated from advertised route.-Smith v. U. S.
Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation,

Om 158 (U.S.D.C.Mo.) Not deemed repealed.
2 F.(2d) 390.

by implication if consistently avoidable.- Sum-
Com 133 (U.S.D.C.Del.) Cargo owner held en- mers v. Atchison, T. & S. F. Ry. Co., 2 F.(20)
titled to lien for damages to cargo.—The Rich- 717.
mond, 2 F.(20) 903.

Omw 159 (U.S.D.C.Mo.) Statute to supplant

earlier one must be clearly repugnant and sus-
IX. DEMURRAGE.

ceptible of no other construction.-Summers
em 170 (U.S.D.C.Fla.) “Demurrage" defined.- Ca 159 (U.S.D.C.Tenn.) Repeals by implica-

v. Atchison, T. & S. F. Ry. Co., 2 F.(20) 717.
Little v. One Cargo of Lumber, 2 F.(20) 608. tion not favored unless statutes so repugnant
Om 177 (U.S.D.C.Fla.) Consignee, who was not

as to preclude other conclusion.-U. S. v. One
at fault for delay in unloading cargo, held not Ford Automobile, 2 F.(20) 882.
liable for demurrage and damages caused by Cw165 (U.S.D.C.Conn.) Later statute, cover-
delay.-Little v. One Cargo of Lumber, 2 F.

ing same offense and fixing another and lesser
(20) 608.

punishment, impliedly repeals earlier one.-U.
Consignee, whose refusal of delivery caused

S. v. One Bay State Roadster, 2 F.(20) 616.
delay, liable for demurrage.-Id.

VI. CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION.
X. GENERAL AVERAGE.

(A) General Rules of Construction.
189 (U.S.D.C.Del.) Shipowner cannot re- Om 174, 175 (U.S.D.C.Tenn.) Not construed
cover general average contributions for loss to be meaningless if possibly avoidable.-U. S.
due to unseaworthiness of vessel.—The Rich- v. One Ford Automobile, 2 F.(20) 882.
mond, 2 F.(2d) 903.

ww181(1). (App.D.C.) Construction of act of
201 (U.S.D.C.Del.) Shipowner only person Congress is question of congressional intent.
who can exercise lien on cargo for general -Croson v. District of Columbia, 2 F.(20)
average contributions. The Richmond, 2 F. 924.
(20) 903.

Omw 181(2) (U.S.D.C.Md.) Construction caus-
SLANDER.

ing injustice or inconvenience avoided, if pos-

sible.-Commercial Credit Co. v. Tait, 2 F.(20)
See Libel and Slander.

862.
Cu 183 (U.S.D.C.Md.) Intent of Legislature

is controlling as against letter of statute.-
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.

U. S. v. Baltimore Post Co., 2 F.(20) 761.
IV. PROCEEDINGS AND RELIEF.

194 (App.D.C.) Specific provisions relating

to given subject prevail over general provisions
Om 121 (6) (U.S.C.C.A.Neb.) Situation, acts, relating to class of which subject is part.-
and neglects of parties often of more proba- Bailey v. Allan E. Walker, Inc., 2 F.(20) 123.
tive value than testimony on issue whether Om 205 (U.S.D.C.Tenn.) Legislative intent as-
decedent made oral contract.-Frenzer v. Fren- certained from entire act.-U. S. v. One Ford
zer, 2 F.(20) 218.

Automobile, 2 F.(20) 882.
Cam 121 (7) (U.S.C.C.A.Neb.) Evidence held in- 206 (U.S.D.C.Md.) In construing, every
sufficient to show oral agreement by decedent word should be given effect and several parts
to devise property to plaintiffs.-Frenzer v. reconciled.-U. S. v. Baltimore Post Co., 2 F.
Frenzer, 2 F.(20) 218.

(20) 761.

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Tim 219 (U.S.C.C.A.N.D.) Rule that executive

PENAL CODE. departments interpretation of statutes, given weight in construing statute, cannot override

Act 1909, March 4, ch. 321, 35 Stat. 1088. other rule of construction.-Converse v. North- 37

.444, 543, 817 ern Pac. Ry. Co., 2 F.(20) 959.

62

561 w219 (U.S.D.C.Md.) Departmental regula

65

635 tions not themselves clear not controlling in

135

444 construction of ambiguous statute.--Commer

145

644 cial Credit Co. v. Tait, 2 F.(20) 862.

201 em228 (App.D.C.) Construction giving, effect

211

329 to legislative purpose favored, where legisla

215

.163, 524, 660, 839 țive intent was to carry out certain public pol

217

42 icy.--Schwartz v. Sacks, 2 F.(20) 188.

§ 335

243 (B) Particular Classes of Statutes.

STATUTES AT LARGE. Om 245 (U.S.C.C.A.N.D.) That failure to tax interstate income of railroad under revenue

1875, March 3, ch. 152, § 4, 18 Stat. 483 873

1876, June 30, ch. 156, 19 Stat. 63. 544 statute inequitable cannot be considered in construing statute.-Converse v. Northern Pac. Ry. 1884, May 29, ch. 60, 23 Stat. 31..

1882, Aug. 7, ch. 438, § 2, 22 Stat. 345... 941

561 Co., 2 F.(20) 959.

1884, May 29, ch. 60, $ 3, 23 Stat. 32. 561 Cm 245 (U.S.D.C.Wyo.) Revenue statutes con

1887, Jan. 26, ch. 49, 24 Stat. 368. 924 strued against government.-U. S. v. Hurst, 2 1887, Feb. 4,' ch. 104, 24 Stat. 379. See F.(20) 73.

Interstate Commerce Act.

1890, July 2, ch. 647, 26 Stat. 209... 205 STATUTES CONSTRUED. 1892, July 23, ch. 234, 27 Stat. 260

597 1893, March 2. ch. 196, 27 Stat. 531. 734 UNITED STATES.

1893, March 2, ch. 196. 8 8, 27 Stat, 532.. 734 CONSTITUTION.

1893, March 2, ch. 197, 27 Stat. 532. 916

1897, Jan, 30, ch. 109, 29 Stat. 506. 597 Amend. 4

.42, 146, 185, 427, 934 1897, Feb. 11, ch. 216, 29 Stat. 526. 73 Amend. 5.

.42, 121, 185, 313, 427, 473 1897, March 3, ch. 391, § 2, 29 Stat. 692.. 828 Amend. 11

111 1897, June 7, ch. 4, art. 15(d), 30 Stat. 99 1009 Amend. 14

676, 680 1898, July 1, ch. 511, 30 Stat. 544. See Amend. 18

.264, 449

Bankruptcy Act. Art. 1, § 10

352 1902, June 28, ch. 1301, § 1, 32 Stat. 475.. 150

1903, Feb. 5, ch. 487, $ 4, 32 Stat._797... 373 BANKRUPTCY ACT.

1905, Feb. 23, ch. 735, 33 Stat. 737. 916

1906, March 19, ch. 960, $ 9, 34 Stat, 74... 398 Act 1898, July 1, ch. 541, 30 Stat. 544.

1906, March 19, ch. 960, $ 12, 34 Stat. 75 928 Ch, 541

.92, 240, 778 1906, March 19, ch. 960, $ 24, 34 Stat. 78 398 2(17)

331 1906, June 29, ch, 3592, § 4(1), 34 Stat. 3a4

1007
596

634 6

647 1906, June 30, ch. 3915, 34 Stat. 768.... 200 14b (3). Amended 1903, Feb. 5, ch, 487,

1906, June 30, ch. 3915, § 2, 34 Stat. 768.. 614 & 4, 32 Stat. 797; 1910, June 25,

1906, June 30, ch. 3915, $ 8, 34 Stat. 771. ch. 412, $ 6, 36 Stat. 839.

373

Amended 1912, Aug. 23, ch. 352, 37 $ 17(2)

373

Stat. 416 $ 29b

58 1907, March 4, ch. 2939, 88 2, 3, 34 Stat. 41(4)

441
1416

782 47a. Amended 1910, June 25, ch. 412,

1908, April 22, ch. 149, 35 Stat. 65. 913 $ 8, 36 Stat. 840

699 1908, April 22, ch. 149, $$ 3, 4, 35 Stat. $ 47a (2). Amended 1910. June 25, ch.

66

734 412, § 8, 36 Stat. 840... . 750, 985 1909, Feb. 9, ch. 100, $ 2(c),

35 Stat. 614. $ 57n

92

Amended 1922, May 26, ch. 202, 8 $ 60a. b

758
1, 42 Stat. 596

969 $ 63(1, a)

822 1909, March 4, ch. 321, 35 Stat. 1088. 64b

783

See Penal Code. 67d

590 1910, June 25, ch. 395, 36 Stat. 825..361, 447, 67e 458, 774

538, 693 67f

889 1910, June 25, ch. 395, § 2, 36 Stat. 825.. 447 $ 70

750 1910, June 25, ch. 412, Š 6, 36 Stat. 839.. 373 $ 70a

647 1910, June 25, ch. 412, § 8, 36 Stat. 840 699, 70e 458

750, 985 1911, Feb. 17, ch. 103, § 2, 36 Stat. 913. CRIMINAL CODE.

Amended 1924, June 7, ch. 355, 43
Stat. 659

891 See Penal Code.

1911, March 3, ch. 231, 36 Stat. 1087. See INTERSTATE COMMERCE ACT.

Judicial Code. Act 1887, Feb. 4, ch. 104, 24 Stat. 379.

1912, June 18, ch. 171, $ 2, 37 Stat. 134... 928

1912, Aug. 23, ch. 352, 37 Stat. 416. 200 Ch. 104

397 1912, Aug. 24, ch. 387, 37 Stat. 512, 517.. 9 § 4

592 1913, Oct. 22, ch. 32, 38 Stat. 220... 765 121 1913, Dec. 23, ch. 6, 8 23, 38 Stat. 273 479, 544

1914, Sept. 2, ch. 293, § 13. Added 1917, JUDICIAL CODE.

Oct. 6, ch, 105, § 2, 40 Stat. 399... 170 Act 1911, March 3, ch. 231, 36 Stat. 1087.

1914, Sept. 2, ch. 293, § 13, 38 Stat. 711.

Amended 1918, May 20, ch. 77, § 1, 24

695
40 Stat. 555

562 435 1914, Sept. 2, ch. 293, & 22(4, a). Added 42

614

1917, Oct. 6, ch. 105, § 2, 40 Stat. 57

180

400. Amended 1919, Dec. 24, ch. 269

.709, 945
16, $$ 2-4, 41 Stat. 371..

170 269. Amended 1919, Feb. 26, ch. 48, 40 1914, Sept. 2, ch. 293, § 402. Added 1917, Stat. 1181 .42, 44, 693, 955, 973

Oct. 6. ch. 105, Š 2, 40 Stat. 409... 170 274a

807 1914, Sept. 25, ch. 310, 38 Stat. 716... 319 $ 274b

. 702, 807 1914, Oct. 15, ch. 323,'$ 20, 38 Stat. 738 993 $ 282

595 1914, Dec. 17, ch. 1, 38 Stat. 785.....784, 968

200

§ 16

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For cases in Dec.Dig. & Am.Dig. Key-No.Series & Indexes seo same topic and KEY-NUMBER 1914, Dec. 17, ch. 1, § 1, 38 Stat. 785. 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 28, 41 Stat. Amended 1919, Feb, 24, ch. 18, 8

316

241 1006, 40 Stat. 1130 .

222 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 29, 41 Stat. 1914, Dec. 17, ch. 1, § 1, 38 Stat. 785.

316

80, 988
Amended 1924, June 2, ch, 234, 8 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, $ 33, 41 Stat.
705, 43 Stat. 328

589
317

..817, 955 1914, Dec. 17, ch. 1, $ 2, 38 Stat. 786..589, 691 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, $ 35, 41 Stat. 1914, Dec. 17, ch. 1, § 8, 38 Stat. 789. 222,

317

882 784, 969 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 37, 41 Stat. 1914, Dec. 17, ch. 1, § 9, 38 Stat. 789. 691

318

449, 879 1915, March 4, ch. 176, 38 Stat. 1196.. 891 1919, Oct, 29, ch. 89, 41 Stat. 324.

504 1916, May, 15, ch. 121, 39 Stat. 121. 544 1919, Dec. 24, ch. 16, 88.244, 41 Stat. 371 170 1916, Sept. 7, ch. 458, 39 Stat. 742. 925 1920, Feb. 28, ch. 91, 8 206(f), 41 Stat. 1916, Sept. 8, ch. 463, $8 2(a), 4, 39 Stat.

461

121 757, 758

73 1920, March 1, ch. 92, 41 Stat. 500. 916 1916, Sept. 8, ch. 463, § 11, 39 Stat. 766.. 367 1920, March 9, ch. 95. 41 Stat. 525. 390 1917, Feb. 5, ch. 29, § 8, 39 Stat. 880.. 321 1920, March 9, ch. 95, § 2, 41 Stat. 525 394, 396 1917, Feb. 5, ch. 29, § 19, 39 Stat. 889 268, 321 1920, June 5, ch. 241, 41 Stat. 977. 493 1917, March, 2, ch. 145, 88 7, 8, 41, 39 1920, June 5, ch. 250, § 30b, par, 4, 41 Stat. 954, 965

812
Stat. 1000

410 1917, March 3, ch. 160, 39 Stat. 1004. 924 1920, June 5, ch. 250, $ 30P, 41 Stat. 1917, June 15, ch. 30, tit. 1, § 5, 40 Stat.

1005

903 219

427 1920, June 5, ch. 250, $ 33, 41 Stat. 1007 300 1917, June 15, ch. 30, tit. 11, $$ 15, 17, 40 1920, June 5, ch. 251, 41 Stat. 1008

90 Stat. 229, 230 257 1921, Feb. 27, ch. 76, 41 Stat. 1147.

493 1917, Aug. 10, ch. 53, 40 Stat. 276. 205 1921, March 2, ch. 113, § 1, 41 Stat. 1217 296 1917, Aug. 10, ch. 53, $$ 4, 5, 25, 40 Stat. 1921, March 3, ch. 125, $81, 12, 41 Stat. 277, 284

435
1310, 1312

123 1917, Oct. 3, ch. 63, 8 504, 40 Stat. 315... 367 1921, June 10, ch. 18, 42 Stat. 20.

895 1917, Oct. 3, ch. 63, § 1205, 40 Stat. 334.. 230 1921, Aug. 24, ch. 91, 42 Stat. 200. 912 1917, Oct. 6, ch. 105, $ 2, 40 Stat. 399, 1921, Nov. 23, ch. .134, 42 Stat. 222...478, 616 400, 409

170 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 134, § 5, 42 Stat, 223. : 882 1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, 40 Stat. 411. .313, 629 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 136, 210, 42.Stat. 233. 1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, § 8, 40 Stat. 418. 629

Amended 1923, March 4, ch. 280, 1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, 88 8a, 9, 40 Stat. 418,

42 Stat. 1507

725 419

623 1921, Nov. 23. ch. 136, § 213(b), (7), 42 1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, § 9, 40 Stat. 419.

Stat. 238

725 Amended 1919, July 11, ch. 6, § 1, 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 136, $ 600a, 42 Stat. 285 882 41 Stat. 35; 1920, June 5, ch. 241, 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 136, 88 801, 802, 42 Stat. 41 Stat. 977; 1921, Feb. 27, ch. 76,

291

393 41 Stat. 1147; 1921, Dec. 21, ch.

1921, Nov. 23, ch. 136, § 1100, 42 Stat. 301 862
13, 42 Stat. 351; 1922, Dec. 27, ch. 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 136. $ 1107, Schedule
13, 42 Stat, 1065..

493
A-2, 42 Stat. 303

862 1918, March 21, ch. 25, § 10, 40 Stat. 456 194 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 136, § 1320, 42 Stat. 1918, May 20, ch. 77, § 1, 40 Stat. 555... 562

315

632 1918, May 22, ch. 81, 40 Stat. 559.. ..296 1921, Dec. 21, ch. 13, 42 Stat. 351

493 1918, May 25, cb. 86. 1, 40 Stat. 563. 597 1922, Feb. 17, ch. 55, 42 Stat. 375. 949 1918, Oct. 16. ch. 186, § 1, 40 Stat. 1012. 1922, May 22, ch. 197, 42 Stat. 543. 912

Amended 1920, June 5, ch. 251, 41 1922, May 22, ch. 197, § 10, 42 Stat. 548.. 126
Stat. 1008

90 1922, May 26, ch. 202, § 1, 42 Stat. 596... 969 1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, $$ 214(a, 11), 221, 1922, Sept. 21, ch. 356, 42 Stat. 858. 264 40 Stat. 1066, 1072

230 1922, Dec. 27, ch. 13, 42 Stat. 1065.. 493 1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, § 503, 40 Stat. 1104 367 1923, March 4, ch. 267, 42 Stat. 1499. 897 1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, $ 1006, 40 Stat. 1923, March 4, ch. 280, 42 Stat. 1507. 725 1130

222 1923, March 4, ch. 285, 8 23, 42 Stat. 1516 313 1919, Feb. 26, ch. 48, 40 Stat. 1181..42, 44, 58, 1924, May 17, ch. 156, 43 Stat. 120. ... 912

693, 955,'973 1924, May 26, ch. 190, $8 3(6), 4, 5, 9(b-d), 1919, July 11, ch. 6, § 1, 41 Stat. 35..

493

13, 25, 43 Stat. 155, 157, 161, 166 995 1919, Oct. 22, ch. 80, 41 Stat. 297.. 912 1924, June 2, ch. 234, § 257(b), 43 Stat. 1919, Oct. 22, ch. 80, $ 110, 41 Stat. 302.

293

761 Amended 1922, May 22, ch, 197, 8

1924, June 2, ch. 234, 88 705–707, 43 Stat. 10, 42 Stat. 548..

126
328-331

589 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, 41 Stat. 305..15, 241, 257, 1924, June 2, ch. 234, $ 1018, 43 Stat. 344 761

264, 449, 453, 478, 597, 616, 1924, June 6, ch. 272, 43 Stat. 464. 810

644, 817, 882, 949, 988 1924, June 7, ch. 355, 43 Stat. 659. 691 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 2, 41 Stat. 308

257

JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 3, 41 Stat.

1892, Feb. 26, No. 4, 27 Stat. 394...... 924 308

955 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 5, 41 Stat.

REVISED STATUTES.
309

..469, 879
720

. 151, 485 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 6, 41 Stat.

833. Amended 1902, June 28, ch. 1301, $ 310

879 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 9, 41 Stat.

1, 32 Stat, 475

150 311

88 863, 866 ...64, 469 $8 913, 917

471

473 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 21, 41 Stat. 314 8 921

263 .80, 148, 955 g 1011

200 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 22, 41 Stat.

$ 1014 314

507 449 $ 1025

709 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 23, 41 Stat. $8 2318-2320, 2324, 2329.

73 314 80 3167

761 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, & 24, 41 Stat.

3177

241 315 462 3186

467 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 25, 41 Stat. $8 3258, 3279, 3281

849 315 377 3450

.616, 882, 886 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, & 26, 41 Stat:

3462

185 315 .39, 616, 882 3466

194

2000

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