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878; 138 Fed. Rep. 775; Barry v. Mercein, 5 How. 103, 120; Kurtz v. Moffitt, 115 U. S. 487; Lau Ow Bew v. United States, 144 U. S. 47, 58; Western Union Telegraph Company v. Ann Arbor Railroad Company, 178 U.S. 239; Farrell v. O'Brien, 199 V. S. 89; Fong Yue Tiny v. United States, 149 U. S. 698, 730; Chin Bak Kan v. United States, 186 U. S. 193; Tom Hong v. United States, 193 U. S. 517; Turner v. Williams, 194 U. S. 279. Mr. John M. Thurston for appellant. The Attorney General and The Solicitor General for appellee.

No. 344. MUTUAL RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, 1. HENRY C. BIRCH. In error to the Supreme Court of the State of New York. Motions to dismiss or affirm submitted November 13, 1905. Decided De cember 18, 1905. Per Curiam. Judgment affirmed with ten per cent damages, in addition to interest and costs. Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association v. Phelps, «190 U. S. 147; Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company v. Spratley, 172 U. S. 602; Egan v. Hart, 165 l. S. 188; Richardson v. L. & N. Railroad Company, 169 U. S. 128; Young v. Valentine, 177 N. Y. 347; Woodward v. Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Company, 178 N. Y. 485; Birch v. Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Company, 181 N. Y. 583; S. C., 91 App. Div. 384. Mr. Gordon T. Hughes for plaintiff in error. Mr. Gilbert E. Roe for defendant in error.

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No. 117. J. L. CONGDON, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, V. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN. In error to the Supreme Court of the State of Michigan. Argued December 11, 1905. Decided January 2, 1906. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Schlosser v. Hemphill, 198 U. S. 173; Haseltine v. Bank, 183 U. S. 130. Mr. Thomas J. Caranaugh, Mr. H. T. Cook and Mr. Win. G. Howard for plaintiff in error. Mr. David Anderson, Mr. John E. Bird, Mr. Rus

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sell M. Chase, Mr. Charles A. Blair and Mr. Henry E. Chase for defendants in error.

No. Original. Ex parte: IN THE MATTER OF THE CHICAGO TITLE AND Trust COMPANY, PETITIONER. January 2, 1906. Motion for leave to file petition for a writ of mandamus denied. Mr. Joseph E. Paden and Mr. Newton Wyeth for petitioner. Mr. Henry S. Robbins, Mr. Wallace Heckman and Mr. James G. Elsdon for respondents.

No. 175. EMPIRE STATE-IDAHO MINING AND DEVELOPING COMPANY, APPELLANT, v. BUNKER HILL AND SULLIVAN MINING AND CONCENTRATING COMPANY. Appeal from the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Motion to dismiss submitted December 18, 1905. Decided January 8, 1906. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Colorado Central Mining Company v. Turck, 150 U.S. 138; Press Publishing Company v. Monroe, 164 U. S. 105; Blackburn v. Portland Gold Mining Company, 175 U. S. 571; Spencer v. Duplan Silk Company, 191 U. S. 526; Shoshone Mining Company v. Rutter, 177 U. S. 505. Mr. George Turner, Mr. W. B. Heyburn and Mr. F. T. Post for appellant. Mr. Curtis H. Lindley, Mr. Henry Eickhoff and Mr. M. A. Folsom for appellee.

No. 114. JOHN S. McCALLA, APPELLANT, v. ALMA Mazo ACKER, EXECUTRIX OF CALVIN S. ACKER, DECEASED. Appeal from the Supreme Court of the Territory of Oklahoma. Submitted December 7, 1905. Decided January 8, 1906. Per Curiam. Decree affirmed with costs. Winebrenner v. Forney, 189 U. S. 148. Mr. S. H. Harris and Mr. Fred Beall for appellant. Mr. Chester Howe for appellee.

No. 307. LOTTIE R. RUSSELL, APPELLANT, v. BENJAMIN RUSSELL ET AL. (Appeal from the United States Circuit Court

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of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Motions to dismiss or affirm submitted January 8, 1906. Decided January 15, 1906. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Colorado Central Mining Company v. Turch, 150 U. S. 138; Press Publishing Company v. Monroe, 164 U. S. 105; Ex parte Jones, 164 U. S. 691; Continental National Bank v. Buford, 191 U. S. 119; Spencer v. Duplan Silk Company, 191 U. S. 526. Mr. John H. Hazelton and Mr. John G. Carlisle for appellant. Mfr. Il’alter H. Bacon and Mr. Robert H. McCarter for appellees.

No. 405. GEORGE H. JONES, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, v. WILLIAM VANE ET AL. In error to the Supreme Court of the State of Idaho. Motions to dismiss or affirm submitted January 15, 1906. Decided January 22, 1906. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. San Francisco v. Itsell, 133 U. S. 65; Hopkins v. McLure, 133 U. S. 380; California v. Holladay, 159 C. S. 415; Eustis v. Bolles, 150 U. S. 361, 367; Kipley v. Illinois, 170 U. S. 182; Lynde v. Lynde, 181 U. S. 183; Western Union Telegraph Company v. Ann Arbor Railway Company, 178 U. S. 239. Mr. William T. Birdsall for plaintiff in error. Mr. S. M. Stockslager and Mr. George C. Heard for defendants in error.

No. —, Original. Ex parte: IN THE MATTER OF GEORGE W. WATT AND JAMES M. DohaN, PETITIONERS. January 29, 1906. Motion for leave to file petition for a writ of mandamus denied. Mr. James M. Dohan and Mr. W. O. Arnold for petitioners.

No. -, Original. Ex parte: IN THE MATTER OF LEONARD IMBODEN AND JAMES A. Hill, PETITIONERS. January 29, 1906. Motion for leave to file petition for a writ of habeas corpus denied. Mr. James S. Davis, Mr. James J. Banks and Mr. Henry J. Hersey for petitioners.

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No. 407. Anna SIEGEL, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, ». The New YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY ET AL.; No. 453. HEDEWIG KRIETE, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, v. THE NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY ET AL.; No. 454. DAVID W. O'NEIL ET AL., PLAINTIFFS IN ERROR, v. THE NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY'ET AL; and No. 493. FRANZISKA SCHALZ, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, v. THE NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY ET AL. In error to the Supreme Court of the State of New York. Argued January 15 and 16, 1906. Decided January 19, 1906. Per Curiam. Judgments reversed with costs, and cases remanded for further proceedings not inconsistent with the opinions of this court in Muhlker v. New York and Harlem Railroad Company, 197 U. S. 544; Birrell v. New York and Harlem Railroad Company, 198 U. S. 390; Kierns v. New York and Harlem Railroad Company, 198 U. S. 390. Mr. L. M. Berkeley and Mr. Charles A. Hess for plaintiffs in error. Mr. Edward Winslow Paige and Mr. Ira A. Place for defendants in error.

No. 222. JOSHUA W. DARDEN, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, v. THE STATE OF ARKANSAS. In Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Arkansas. Motions to dismiss or affirm submitted February 19, 1906. Decided February 26, 1906. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Schlosser v. Hemphill, 198 U. S. 173; Haseltine v. Bank, 183. U. S. 130; California National Bank v. Stateler, 171 U. S. 447; Kirby's Digest Statutes of Arkansas, $ 1790. Mr. Joe T. Robinson for plaintiff in error. Mr. Thomas B. Martin for defendant in error.

No. 242. THE COLUMBIAN CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE, APPELLANT, V. GEORGE B. CORTELYOU, POSTMASTER-GENERAL, ET AL. Appeal from the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia. Motions to dismiss or affirm submitted February 19, 1906. Decided February 26, 1906. Per Curiam.

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Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. South Carolina v. Seymour, 153 U. S. 353, 357; United States v. Lynch, 137 U. S. 280, 286; Code District of Columbia, $ 233. Mr. Arthur A. Birney and Mr. Charles A. Ray for appellant. The Attorney General and The Solicitor General for appellees.

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December 12, 1905 to February 26, 1906. No. 512. THE IROQUOIS TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, ETC., PETITIONER, V. A. HARVEY'S Sons MANUFACTURING COMPANY. December 18, 1905. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit denied. Mr. Charles E. Kremer for petitioner. Mr. Henry B. Graves for respondent.

No..516. THE UNITED STATES, PETITIONER, V. GEORGE Riggs & Co. January 2, 1906. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit granted. The Attorney General, The Solicitor General and Mr. Assistant Attorney General McReynolds for petitioner. Mr. Charles Curie and Mr. W. Wickham Smith for respondents.

No. 452. NOME BEACH LIGHTERAGE AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, PETITIONER, v. THE STANDARD MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. January 2, 1906. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit denied. Mr. Aldis B. Browne and Mr. Francis J. Heney for petitioner. Mr. T. C. VanNess and Mr. William Denman for respondent.

No. 504. COPPER RIVER MINING COMPANY, PETITIONER, v. R. F. McCLELLAN ET AL. January 2, 1906. Petition for a

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