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BY BANKS & BROTHERS.
Press of J. J. Little & Co.,
DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS.
MORRISON R. WAITE, CHIEF-JUSTICE.
AUGUSTUS H. GARLAND.
GEORGE AUGUSTUS JENKS.*
JAMES H. MCKENNEY.
JOHN G. NICOLAY.
* Mr. Jenks was commissioned July 30, 1886, to succeed Mr. Goode, who retired from office August 5, 1886. He took the oath of office August 10, 1886.
MR. JUSTICE WOODS, by reason of illness, took no part in the hearing and decisions at October Term, 1886, which are reported in this volume.
See Appendix for
1. In Memoriam: Noah H. Swayne, LL.D.
2. In Memoriam: Ward Hunt, LL.D.
3. In Memoriam: David Davis, LL.D.
4. In Memoriam: Chester Alan Arthur, LL.D.
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TABLE OF CASES.
Amador & Sacramento Canal Company, Cashman v.
Mining Company v.
Arrowsmith v. Harmoning
Ashburn, Cambria Iron Company v.
Attorney General, Kansas City, Lawrence and South
Kansas Railroad Company v.
Benjamin v. Dubois
Bohanan v. Nebraska
Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad Company, Graham v.
Butler, Charlestown Five-Cent Savings Bank v. .
California v. Central Pacific Railroad Company
California, Southern Pacific Railroad Company v.
Cannon v. United States
Cape Girardeau County Court v. Hill.
Carson v. Hyatt
Cashman v. Amador & Sacramento Canal Company