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SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1941
Present: The CHIEF JUSTICE, MR. JUSTICE ROBERTS, MR. JUSTICE BLACK, MR. JUSTICE REED, MR. JUSTICE FRANKFURTER, MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS, MR. JUSTICE MURPHY, MR. JUSTICE BYRNES, and MR. JUSTICE JACKSON.
MR. JUSTICE ROBERTS said:
“Since the adjournment of the last term the retirement of Mr. Chief Justice Hughes has become effective. The President has nominated and the Senate, has confirmed Mr. Justice Stone as Chief Justice of the United States. He has presented his commission and has taken the oaths prescribed by law, and it is, therefore, ordered that his commission be recorded and that his oaths be filed.”
The CHIEF JUSTICE said:
"Since the adjournment of the Court in June the President has nominated and, with the advice and consent of the Senate, has appointed Senator James Francis Byrnes, of South Carolina, and Attorney General Robert Houghwout Jackson, of New York, to be Associate Justices of this Court in succession, respectively, to Associate Justice James Clark McReynolds, retired, and to Associate Justice Harlan F. Stone, appointed Chief Justice. They have presented their respective commissions and have taken the oaths prescribed by law. It is ordered that their commissions be recorded and that their oaths be filed."
The CHIEF JUSTICE said:
"With profound sorrow I announce the death last evening of Louis Dembitz Brandeis. For nearly twenty-three years he was in active service as an Associate Justice of
LOUIS DEMBITZ BRANDEIS. this Court, and from February 13, 1939, when he exercised his right of retirement, until his death, he was a retired Justice of this Court.
“Learned in the law, with wide experience in the practice of his profession, he brought to the service of the Court and of his country rare sagacity and wisdom, prophetic vision, and an influence which derived power from the integrity of his character and his ardent attachment to the highest interests of the Court as the implement of government under a written constitution. His death brings to a close a career of high distinction and a life of tireless devotion to the public good.
"The funeral service will be private. There will be a public memorial service at a time and place to be later announced.
“As a mark of respect to Justice Brandeis' memory the Court will adjourn without transacting further business.
“The papers upon all motions now ready for submission may
be filed with the Clerk and will receive the attention of the Court.
"To enable the Court to consider in conference and make appropriate disposition of the great number of petitions for certiorari and other applications which have been filed during the summer, the recess of the Court will be continued until Monday, October 13. The Court will now adjourn.”
TABLE OF CASES REPORTED
A. A. A. Highway Express, Pink v....
201, 716 Aakre, The, Waterman v.
690 A. B. v. C. D...
691 Abbott, Takoma Park Bank v..
672 Abrams v. Scandrett..
679, 714 Ace Patents Corp., Chicago Coin Machine Co.v.. 637, 705 Ace Patents Corp., Exhibit Supply Co. v. 637, 705 Ace Patents Corp., Genco, Inc. v.
637, 705 Acret, Ex parte..
585 Adams, O'Keefe v..
572 A. G. Reeves Steel Construction Co. v. Weiss.. 677 A. H. Belo Corp., Fleming v....
601 Alabama v. King & Boozer...
1,599 Alabama Asphaltic Limestone Co., Helvering v.. ... 598 Alberty v. Federal Trade Comm'n
630 Alberty's Food Products v. Federal Trade Comm'n.. 630 Alexander, Doneghy v...
621 Alexander, Ryan v....
622 Alltex Products Corp., American Brake Shoe Co. v. 631 Amerex Holding Corp. v. Commissioner..
:. 620 American Brake Shoe & Foundry Co. v. Alltex Corp... 631 American Insurance Co.v. Lucas..
575 American National Bank v. Service Life Ins. Co..... 654 American Packing & Provision Co. v. United States. . 694 American Surety Co. v. Bethlehem National Bank... 314 American Surety Co., Coen v.....
667 American Telephone & Telegraph Co., West v.. .. 672 American Tri-Ergon Corp. v. Radtke Patents Corp... 695 American United Life Ins. Co., Fischer v....... 549, 589 Ames v. Empire Star Mines Co..
651 Amrine, Engels v....
Page. Amrine, Wooner v..
697 Anheuser-Busch, Inc. v. Becker.
625 Apex Electrical Mfg.Co., Maytag Co. v.
687 Aponaug Manufacturing Co. v. Stone.
577 Arcadia, Jones v.....
688, 715, 716 Argus Hosiery Mills v. Robertson.
681 Arkansas, Duckworth v...
390 Arkansas, Morgan Co. v...
571, 711 Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co., Texarkana v.
591 Arrow Distilleries v. Arrow Distilleries.
633 Arrow Distilleries, Arrow Distilleries v..
633 Art v. Carmichael....
708 Ash v. Barnsdall Oil Co..
643 Ashe, Conrad v.
611 Ashe, Dugan v...
610, 712 Ashe, Jenkins v.
612 Automatic Devices Corp., Cuno Corp. V.
84, 587 Automatic Devices Corp. v. Sinko Tool Co.
94 Automobile Ins. Co., Fixler Bros. v..
632 Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co., Labor Board v..
596 Automotive Products Co. v. Champion Co... 669 Baehe, Fennell v....
689 Bache & Co., Fennell v.
689 Bachelder v. Labor Board...
647 Badger Oil Co. v. Commissioner...
634, 712 Baer v. United States....
672 Bahr v. Commissioner..
650 Bailey v. Sears, Roebuck & Co..
616 Baker, Phillips v...
688 Bakery & Pastry Drivers Local 802 v. Wohl.
704 Balabanoff v. Kellogg..
635 Ball, Hotel Markham v.
685 Ballard, Spruill v...
707 Baltimore & Ohio R. Co. v. Kepner..
44 Bank of America Assn., McLaughlin Land Co. v. 700 Bank of Nova Scotia, Benitez Sampayo v...