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317 U. S. Decisions Granting Certiorari.

Circuit granted limited to the first question presented by the petition. Mr. Harry Friedman for petitioners. Solicitor General Fahy, Assistant Attorney General Clark, and Miss Helen R. Carloss and Messrs. Arthur A. Armstrong and Archibald Cox for respondent. Reported below: 127 F. 2d 359.

No. 201. American Medical Association V. United States; and

No. 202. Medical Society Of The District Of CoLumbia v. United States. October 12, 1942. Petition for writs of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted limited to the first three questions presented by the petition. Messrs. Edward M. Burke, William E. Leahy, Seth W. Richardson, and Charles S. Baker for petitioners. Assistant Attorney General Arnold and Messrs. Oscar Cox, John Henry Lewin, and Grant W. Kelleher for the United States. Reported below: 130 F. 2d 233.

No. 173. United States Ex Rel. Marcus Et Al. V. Hess Et Al. On petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court for Appeals for the Third Circuit; and

No. 236. United States Ex Rel. Ostrager Et Al. V. New Orleans Chapter, Associated General ConTractors Of America, Inc., Et Al. On petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. October 12, 1942. Petitions for writs of certiorari granted. In these cases the Solicitor General is requested to file a brief and, if he so desires, to participate in the oral argument. Messrs. Homer Cummings and Charles J. Margiotti for petitioners in No. 173. Mr. Burnett Wolfson for petitioners in No. 236. Mr. William H. Eckert for respondents in No. 173. Reported below: 127 F. 2d 233, 649.

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No. 319. Fidelity Assurance Association, A CorpoRation, Et Al. v. Sims, Auditor Of The State Of West Virginia, Et Al. October 12, 1942. The motion to consider the petition for certiorari upon the appendices to the briefs filed in the Circuit Court of Appeals is granted. The petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit is also granted. Mr. Justice Douglas took no part in the consideration or decision of this application. Messrs. James R. Fleming, Homer A. Holt, and T. C. Townsend for petitioners. Solicitor General Fahy and Messrs. John F. Davis, Homer Kripke, and Justin N. Reinhardt for the Securities & Exchange Commission; Mr. Ira J. Partlow, Assistant Attorney General of West Virginia, for Edgar B. Sims, Auditor, et al.; Messrs James Ward Rector, Deputy Attorney General of Wisconsin, and Rickard H. Lauritzen, Assistant Attorney General, for the Banking Commission of Wisconsin; Mr. Carl J. Stephens for Chas. R. Fischer, Commissioner of Insurance of Iowa; Mr. H. Vernon Eney for John B. Gontrum, Insurance Commissioner of Maryland; and Mr. Weldon B. White for L. H. Brooks, Trustee, et al.,—respondents. Briefs of amic i curiae were filed by Mr. Orlin F. Goudy on behalf of Victor Salkeld et al. in support of the petition; and by Messrs. George F. Barrett, Attorney General of Illinois, George N. Beamer, Attorney General of Indiana, Thomas J. Herbert, Attorney General of Ohio, and /. W. Jones, Assistant Attorney General of Kentucky, in opposition to the petition. Reported below: 129 F. 2d 442.

No. 321. Creek Nation V. United States; and No. 322. Seminole Nation V. United States. October 19, 1942. Petition for writs of certiorari to the Court of Claims granted. Messrs. Paul M. Niebell, C. Maurice Weidemeyer, and W. W. Pryor for petitioners.

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317 U. S. Decisions Granting Certiorari.

Solicitor General Fahy, Assistant Attorney General Littell, and Mr. Vernon L. Wilkinson for the United

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No. 336. Walling, Administrator Of The Wage And Hour Division, United States Department Of Labor, V. Jacksonville Paper Co. October 19, 1942. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit granted. Solicitor General Fahy and Mr. Warner W. Gardner for petitioner. Messrs. Charles Cook Howell and Louis Kurz for respondent. Reported below: 128 F. 2d 395.

No. 366. United States V. Brooks-callaway ComPany. October 19, 1942. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Court of Claims granted. Solicitor General Fahy for the United States. Messrs. George R. Shields, Herman J. Galloway, John W. Gaskins, and Fred W. Shields for respondent.

No. 72. New York Ex Rel. Whitman V. Wilson, Warden. October 19,1942. The motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is granted. The petition for writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of New York is also granted. R. Gordon Whitman, pro se. Messrs. John J. Bennett, Jr., Attorney General of New York, and Henry Epstein, Solicitor General, for respondent. Reported below: 263 App. Div. 924, 32 N. Y. S. 2d 1023.

Nos. 387 and 388. Reconstruction Finance CorpoRation v. Bankers Trust Co., Trustee. October 26, 1942. Petition for writs of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit granted. Solicitor General Fahy for petitioner. Mr. Jesse E. Waid for respondDecisions Granting Certiorari. 317 U.S.

ent. Solicitor General Fahy and Mr. Daniel K. Knowlton filed a memorandum on behalf of the Interstate Commerce Commission, as amicus curiae, in support of the petition. Reported below: 129 F. 2d 122.

No. 473. In Re William V. Bradley. October 26, 1942. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit granted and an order is entered admitting the petitioner to bail. Mr. Thomas D. McBride for petitioner. Assistant Solicitor General Cox and Mr. Archibald Cox for the United States.

No. 426. Floyd V. Du Bois Soap Co. See ante, p. 596.

No. 11, Original. Wells V. United States. On motion for leave to file petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. November 9, 1942. The motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is granted. The motion for leave to file petition for writ of certiorari is granted and the petition for writ of certiorari is also granted. The Court directs that the expense of printing the record be paid by the United States, pursuant to 28 U. S. C, § 832. Selvie Winfield Wells, pro se.

No. 422. Mandeville, Trustee, Et Al. V. Canterbury. November 9, 1942. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit granted. Miss Corinne L. Rice for petitioners. Mr. Lloyd C. Whitman for respondent. Reported below: 130 F. 2d 208.

No. 424. Federal Security Administrator V. Quaker Oats Co. November 9, 1942. Petition for writ of 317 U. S. Decisions Granting Certiorari.

certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit granted. Solicitor General Fahy for petitioner. Messrs. George I. Haight and William D. McKenzie for respondent. Reported below: 129 F. 2d 76.

No. 452. Corn Exchange National Bank & Trust Co. Et Al. v. Klauder, Trustee. November 9, 1942. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit granted. Messrs. Thomas P. Mikell, Allen S. Olmsted, 2d, Maurice Bower Saul, and Charles J. Biddle for petitioners. Reported below: 129 F. 2d 894.

No. 429. Smith V. Shaughnessy, Collector Of InTernal Revenue. November 9, 1942. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit granted. Mr. George R. Fearon for petitioner. Solicitor General Fahy, Assistant Attorney General Clark, and Messrs. Sewall Key and Benjamin M. Brodsky for respondent. Reported below: 128 F. 2d 742.

No. 436. De Zon V. American President Lines, Ltd. November 9, 1942. The motion to proceed on typewritten papers is granted. The petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit is also granted. Mr. Herbert Resner for petitioner. Messrs. Edward F. Treadwell and Reginald S. Laughlin for respondent. Reported below: 129 F. 2d 404.

No. 453. Marshall Field & Co. v. National Labor Relations Board. November 16, 1942. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit granted. Messrs. Preston B. Kavanagh

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