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United States v. Bitter Root Development Co., 133 Fed. Rep. 274 United States v. Bitter Root Co., 200 U. S. 451

United States v. California & Oregon Land Co., 192 U. S.

PAGE

United States v. Perrin, 131 U. S. 55

United States v. Rickut, 188 U. S. 432

United States v. Rider, 163 U. S.

132

United States v. Saline Bank, 1 Peters, 100

452

351

355 United States v. Clark, 125 Fed. Rep. 774; S. C., 138 Fed. Rep. 294

607.

United States v. Detroit Lumber Co., 200 U. S. 322 607, 609 United States v. Detroit Limber & Lumber Co., 124 Fed. Rep. 393; S. C., 67 C. C. A. 1 324, 329 United States v. Freeman, 3 How. 556

203

United States v. Freyberg, 32
Fed. Rep. 195

336

United States v. Gillis, 95 U. S. 407

20

290

185

United States v. Joint Traffic
Association, 171 U. S. 505
United States v. Jones, 131 U. S.
1.

338

616

United States v. Lynch, 137 U.S. 280 United States v. Lynah, 188 U. S. 445 584, 593 United States v. More, 3 Cranch, 159

12

611

127

611

195

334

United States v. Southern Pacific
Railroad, 146 U. S. 570
United States v. Southern Pacific
R. R. Co., 117 Fed. Rep. 544 342
United States v. Southern Pacific

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Village of Carthage v. Frederick,
122 N. Y. 268
Virginia, Ex parte, 100 U. S. 339

593
45

PAGE

U. S.

148,

102

Virginia v. Rives, 100 U. S. 313 321 Winebrenner v. Forney, 189
Von Hoffman v. Quincy, 4 Wall.
535
252 Winona &c. Land Co. v. Minne-
sota, 159 U. S. 526
Winston's Administrator v. Illi-
nois Central Railroad, 111 Ky.
954
Wirth v. Branson, 98 U. S. 118 339
Wisconsin Central R. R. Co. v.
Price County, 133 U. S. 496
128, 338
Wisconsin r. Duluth, 96 U. S.
379

Vreeland v. Town of Bergen, 34
N. J. Law, 438
Wabash R. R. Co. v. Defiance,
167 U. S. 88

164

223

Wagoner r. Evans, 170 U. S. 588 129
Walker r. Dreville, 12 Wall. 440 611
Warax v. Cincinnati, N. O. &c.

262

526

R. R., 72 Fed. Rep. 637 214, 215 Warner v. Grayson, 24 App. D. C. 55 Washington & Georgetown R. R. Co. r. District of Columbia, 146 U. S. 227

338

321

Watts and Sacks, In re, 190 U.S. 1

11, 12

194 183 335 315

419

Wedding . Meyler, 192 U. S. 573
Welch r. Dutton, 79 Ill. 465
Wells v. Brigham, 6 Cush. 6
Western Tie & Timber Co. v.
Brown, 196 U. S. 502
Western Union Tel. Co. v. Ann
Arbor R. R. Co., 178 U. S. 239
612, 614
Weston v. Charleston, 2 Pet. 449 313
Whitcomb v. Smithson, 175 U. S.

635

216

Whitney v. Taylor, 158 U. S. 85 360|
Williams v. Heard, 140 U. S. 529 411
Williams v. United States, 138
351, 359
Oswego Township, 151

U. S. 514
Wilson v.
U.S. 56

Wilson v. Wall, 6 Wall. 83

216
333

Witherspoon v. Duncan, 4 Wall.
210
Wood, In re, 140 U. S. 278
Wood . Grayson, 22 App. D. C.

432

PAGE

613

338

262

Woodward r. Mutual Reserve
Life Ins. Co., 178 N. Y. 485 612
Woodward v. Central Vermont

Ry. Co., 180 Mass. 599 595, 599
Wright . Tibbitts, 91 U. S. 252 21
Wrightman v. Boone County, 82
Fed. Rep. 412

102
Wylie v. Coxe, 15 How. 415 21 349
Yardley r. Philler, 167 U. S. 344 418
Yarnell v. Kansas City &c. R. R.
Co., 113 Mo. 570
Yazoo &c. R. R. Co. v. Adams,

488

180 U. S. 1

309

Yick Wo v. Hopkins, 118 U. S.
356

45

83

Young v. Bryan, 6 Wheat. 146
Young v. Valentine, 177 N. Y.

347

612

TABLE OF STATUTES

Arizona.

(A.) STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES.

PAGE

82

526

1789, Sept. 24, 1 Stat. 73, c. 20 1815, Mar. 1, 6 Stat. 152, c. 70 143 1822, Mar. 30, 3 Stat. 659, c. 14 1827, Mar. 2, 4 Stat. 234, c. 51 526 1833, Mar. 2, 6 Stat. 538, c. 86 143 1844, June 10, 6 Stat. 912, c. 41 141, 142, 143 1851, Mar. 3, 9 Stat. 631, c. 41

355, 358 1864, June 3, 13 Stat. 99, c. 106 418 1866, July 25, 14 Stat. 232, c. 237 1866, July 27, 14 Stat. 292, c. 277 1875, Mar. 3, 18 Stat. 470, c. 137 1878, June 3, 20 Stat. 89, c. 151

141

71 213

323, 606 15 11

1884, July 5, 23.Stat. 552, c. 237 1885, Mar. 3, 23 Stat. 443, c. 355 1887, Feb. 4, 24 Stat. 379, c. 104 391, 398, 405, 537-551 1887, Mar. 3, 24 Stat. 552, c. 373 213, 221, 225, 226 1887, Mar. 3, 24 Stat. 556, c. 376 342 1888, Aug. 13, 25 Stat. 433, c. 866 82, 213 1890, July 2, 26 Stat. 209, c. 647 182, 185 1891, Mar. 3, 26 Stat. 826, c. 517 119 1891, Mar. 3, 26 Stat. 854, c. 539 100 1891, Mar. 3, 26 Stat. 1095, c. 561 608 1892, Aug. 4, 27 Stat. 348, c. 375 606 1894, Aug. 13, 28 Stat. 278, c. 280 199, 203, 315

CITED IN OPINIONS.

Rev. Stat. 1887.

§ 2301..

§ 3199.

3201..

Rev. Stat. 1901.

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1896, Feb. 12, 29 Stat. 6, c. 18 342 1896, Mar. 2, 29 Stat. 42, c. 39 342, 352 1898, June 13, 30 Stat. 448, c. 448 490, 491 1898, July 1, 30 Stat. 544, c. 541 412, 419, 421, 534, 535 1900, Apr. 12, 31 Stat. 77, c. 191 106, 111 1900, May 12, 31 Stat. 177, c. 393 494, 495

1902, May 27, 32 Stat. 207, c. 887 15 1902, July 1, 32 Stat. 691, c. 1369 611 1903, Feb. 19, 32 Stat. 847, c. 708 381 1905, Feb. 24, 33 Stat. 811, c. 778

201, 204

§ 2941. 74 2938.. ...101, 102 1893, Apr. 13, Laws of 1893, p. 135, No. 86...

72

Revised Statutes. & 709...

§ 720.

§ 723.

§ 724.

§ 3220.

3477.

3698.

3701.

4197.

§ 5136.

§ 5209.

§ 5391.

5439.

District of Columbia.

Code, 233...
Rev. Stat. § 457.

(B.) STATUTES OF THE STATES AND TERRITORIES.

Arkansas.

.19, 411, 412, 580

.291, 292

349

74
75 California.
75

18, 19 310

313, 315, 316 .492, 493

441

195

Statutes, Kirby's Digest, 1904, § 1790.

475

495

8 8

616 141

615

1893, Mar. 23, Stat. of 1893, p. 193, c. 168....90, 91, 92, 93 1899, Mar. 9, Stat. of 1899, p. 101, c. 85.. .90, 91 1905, Mar. 20, Stat. of 1905, p. 341, c. 314. . . . . . .91, 92, 93 xxiii

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TABLE OF STATUTES CITED.

Minnesota.

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New Mexico.

1797, Dec. 23, Acts of 1797,
c. 55..

1798, Jan. 20, Acts of 1797,
c. 40..

1806, Jan. 25, Acts of 1805,
c. 118..

1808, Dec. 20, Acts of 1808,
c. 37....

.50, 51

Oregon.

.172, 175, 176

447
446

Civil Code.

Arts. 1281, 1283.....107, 113
Law of Civil Procedure.
Arts. 480-482.
Art. 1477.
.50, 51 South Carolina.

565

51

1899, Apr. 18, Laws of 1899,
p. 315, c. 272. .. .428, 433, 445

143

143

143

143

Oregon (cont.).

Great Britain.

1895, Feb. 21, Laws of 1895,
421.

1878, Oct. 18, Laws of 1878,
p. 55..
151, 163, 164

Porto Rico.

1903, Mar. 10, Laws of 1903,
p. 37, c. 27.

1903, Mar. 12, Laws of 1903,
p. 80, c. 49.
North Carolina.

Code, 1883.
$1255..

..58, 64, 65 | Utah.
1903, Mar. 9, Laws of 1903,
p. 323, c. 247.

227

1903, Mar. 9, Laws of 1903,
p. 355, c. 251.

228

1903, Feb. 2, Laws of 1903,
p. 31, c. 12.

1903, Apr. 3, Laws of 1903,
p. 328, c. 153..

10 Texas.

10

1849, Dec. 19, Acts of 1849,
p. 583..

1855, Dec. 19, Acts of 1855,
p. 407, No. 4230...
1863, Sept. 15, Acts of 1863,
p. 27, No. 22.
1868, Dec. 17, Acts of 1868
(14 S. Car. Stat.), p. 27
278, 286, 287, 289
1870, Feb. 28, Acts of 1870.
p. 366, No. 257......277, 286
1885, Dec. 24, Laws of 1885,
p. 237, No. 116...

249

1897, Mar. 2, Laws of 1897,
p. 453, No. 282....
1899, Mar. 6, Laws of 1899,
p. 78, No. 47..

1900, Feb. 19, Laws of 1900,
p. 354, No. 199..
Tennessee.

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1901, Mar. 5, Laws of 1901,
p. 19, c. 25.
West Virginia.

153

(C.) FOREIGN STATUTES.

103 109

1710, 9 Anne, c. 20, § 5. . . . 11

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1874, May 2, Laws of 1874,
Special Sess., p. 86, c. 44 305
1903, Apr. 10, Laws of 1903,
p. 182, c. 116.......305, 307
Revised Statutes.
§ 3588.

30

30

1895, Feb. 22, Acts of 1895,
p. 31, c. 16.
..389, 393

530

530

CASES ADJUDGED

IN THE

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES,

AT

OCTOBER TERM, 1905.

UNITED STATES er rel. DRURY v. LEWIS, WARDEN

OF THE COMMON JAIL.

APPEAL FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR

THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA.

No. 126. Argued December 12, 1905.--Decided January 2, 1906.

An officer and an enlisted soldier in the military service of the United

States were indicted for murder and manslaughter and held for trial in a state court for having killed a citizen of the State who was not in the service of the United States, the alleged crime having been committed within the State, on property not belonging to, or under the jurisdiction of, the United States. On a writ of habeas corpus from a Circuit Court of the United States it was contended that petitioners were seeking to arrest the deceased for felony under the laws of the United States and that he met his death while attempting to escape, and as therefore the homicide was committed by petitioners in the discharge of their duties, the state court was without jurisdiction. On the hearing there was a conflict of evidence as to whether deceased had surrendered or not, and it was conceded that if he were not a fleeing felon the ground for Federal interposition failed. Held, that VOL. 0C-1

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