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SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. See Administrative Pro-

cedure, 1-5; Interstate Commerce Commission, 1–5; Judicial

Review, 2-6.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRANSPORTATION CO. See Admin-

istrative Procedure, 1-5; Interstate Commerce Commission,

1-5; Judicial Review, 2–6.
SOVEREIGNTY. See Constitutional Law, III, 1; Immigration

and Nationality Act; Judicial Review, 1.
SPECIFIC FUTURE HARM. See Constitutional Law, III, 3;

Justiciability.
SPEECH OR DEBATE CLAUSE. See Appeals, 1-3; Constitu-

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tional Law, VII, 1-6; Grand Juries, 2–3, 5; Jurisdiction.
STAFF PERSONNEL. See Appeals, 2–3; Constitutional Law,

VII, 2–6; Grand Juries, 2–3, 5.
STANDING TO OBJECT. See Constitutional

See Constitutional Law, V; Evi-
dence, 3.
STATE DEPARTMENT. See Constitutional Law, III, 1; Immi-

gration and Nationality Act; Judicial Review, 1.
STATE POLICE. See Constitutional Law, V; Evidence, 3.
STATE PRISON AUTHORITIES. See Constitutional Law, I,

1-2, 4; Paroles, 1-3.
STATE-SUPPORTED COLLEGES. See Constitutional Law, III,

2, 4; IV, 2.
STATE UNIVERSITIES. See Constitutional Law, I, 5; III, 9;

Procedure, 2–3.
STATUTORY EXCLUSION OF ALIENS. See Constitutional

Law, III, 1; Immigration and Nationality Act; Judicial
SUBCOMMITTEE MEETINGS. See Appeals, 2-3; Constitu-

Review, 1.
STATUTORY INVALIDITY. See Appeals, 1; Constitutional

Law, VII, 1; Jurisdiction.
STIFFER PUNISHMENTS. See Constitutional Law, VI; Moot-

ness; Witnesses.
STOCKHOLDERS. See Taxes, 1-3.
STUDENT ACTIVITIES. See Constitutional Law, III, 2, 4;

IV, 2.
STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY. See Constitu-

tional Law, III, 2, 4; IV, 2.

tional Law, VII, 2–6; Grand Juries, 2–3, 5.
SUBPOENAS. See Appeals, 2–3; Constitutional Law, III, 8;

VII, 2–6; Grand Juries, 2–5.
SUMMARY JUDGMENTS. See Appeals, 1; Constitutional Law,

I, 5; VII, 1; Jurisdiction; Procedure, 3.
SUPPRESSION MOTIONS. See Constitutional Law, V; Evi-

dence, 3.
SUPPRESSION OF EVIDENCE. See Constitutional Law, I, 3;

II, 1; Criminal Law, 2–4; Evidence, 1-2; Grand Juries, 1;

Procedure, 1.
SURVEILLANCES. See Constitutional Law, III, 3; Justiciability.
SWEDEN. See Constitutional Law, VI; Mootness; Witnesses.
SWITCHING RAILROADS. See Administrative Procedure, 1-5;

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1-5; Judicial Review, 2–6.
TAVERNS. See Constitutional Law, I, 3; II, 1; Criminal Law,

2-4; Evidence, 1-2; Procedure, 1.
TAXES.

1. Irrevocable inter vivos trust-Retention of managerial powers-
Inclusion of value of trust property in decedent's gross estate.-
Decedent did not retain the “right,” within the meaning of
$ 2036 (a) (2) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, to designate
who was to enjoy the trust income. A settlor's retention of broad
management powers does not necessarily subject an inter vivos
trust to the federal estate tax. United States v. Byrum, p. 125.

2. Irrevocable inter vivos trust-Retention of voting control.-
Decedent's voting control of the stock did not constitute retention
of the enjoyment of the transferred stock within the meaning of
§ 2036 (a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, since the
decedent had transferred irrevocably the title to the stock and
right to the income therefrom. United States v. Byrum, p. 125.

3. Irrevocable inter vivos trust-Right to vote a majority of
shares.-In view of legal and business constraints applicable to the
payment of dividends, especially where there are minority stock-
holders, decedent's right to vote a majority of the shares in these
corporations did not give him a de facto position tantamount to
the power to accumulate income in the trust. United States v.
Byrum, p. 125.
TEACHERS. See Constitutional Law, I, 5; III, 9; Procedure, 2–3.

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TEMPORARY VISAS. See Constitutional Law, III, 1; Immigra-

tion and Nationality Act; Judicial Review, 1.
TENNESSEE. See Confessions; Constitutional Law, IV, 1; VI;

Mootness; Witnesses.
TENURE. See Constitutional Law, I, 5; III, 9; Procedure, 2–3.
TERMINAL FACILITIES. See Administrative Procedure, 1-5;

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1-5; Judicial Review, 2–6.
TESTIMONIAL PRIVILEGE. See Appeals, 2-3; Constitutional

Law, VII, 2–6; Grand Juries, 2–3, 5.
TESTIMONY. See Constitutional Law, I, 3; II, 1; III, 8; VI;

Criminal Law, 2–4; Evidence, 1-2; Grand Juries, 4; Moot-

ness; Procedure, 1; Witnesses.
TEXAS. See Constitutional Law, II, 2; III, 9; VI; Criminal

Law, 1; Mootness; Procedure, 2; Witnesses.
THREE-JUDGE COURTS. See Administrative Procedure, 1-5;

Constitutional Law, III, 1; Immigration and Nationality
Act; Interstate Commerce Commission, 1-5; Judicial Re-

view, 1-6.
TOP SECRET'' DOCUMENTS. See Appeals, 2–3; Constitu-

tional Law, VII, 2–6; Grand Juries, 2-3, 5.
TRACKAGE RIGHTS. See Administrative Procedure, 1-5; In-

terstate Commerce Commission, 1-5; Judicial Review, 2–6.
TRANSACTIONAL IMMUNITY. See Grand Juries, 1.
TRANSCRIPTS. See Constitutional Law, VI; Mootness;

;
Witnesses.
TRANSFER OF STOCK. See Taxes, 1-3.
TRANSPORTATION ACTS. See Administrative Procedure, 1-5;

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1-5; Judicial Review, 2-6.
TRIALS. See Constitutional Law, I, 3; II, 1; V; VI; Criminal

Law, 2–4; Evidence, 1-3; Mootness; Procedure, 1; Witnesses.
TRUSTEES. See Taxes, 1-3.
TRUST PROPERTY. See Taxes, 1-3.
UNAUTHORIZED INTERCEPTIONS. See Grand Juries, 1.
UNAVAILABILITY OF WITNESSES. See Constitutional Law,

VI; Mootness; Witnesses.

UNCORRECTED FALSE EVIDENCE. See Constitutional Law,

I, 3; II, 1; Criminal Law, 2–4; Evidence, 1-2; Procedure, 1.
UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS. See Constitutional Law,

III, 7.

UNEQUAL PENALTIES. See Constitutional Law, II, 2; Crim-

inal Law, 1.

UNEQUAL TREATMENT. See Constitutional Law, III, 5.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. See Administrative Procedure,

1-5; Interstate Commerce Commission, 1-5; Judicial Re-
view, 2-6.

UNITED STATES SENATORS. See Appeals, 1-3; Constitu-

tional Law, VII, 1-6; Grand Juries, 2-3, 5; Jurisdiction.
UNIVERSITIES. See Constitutional Law, I, 5; Procedure, 3.
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS. See Constitutional Law, III, 2, 4;

IV, 2.

UNLISTED CORPORATIONS. See Taxes, 1-3.

UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT. See Constitutional Law, II, 2; Crim-

inal Law, 1.
VAGUENESS. See Constitutional Law, III, 6.
VALIDITY OF STATUTES. See Appeals, 1; Constitutional Law,

VII, 1; Jurisdiction.
VIETNAM WAR. See Appeals, 2–3; Constitutional Law, VII,

2–6; Grand Juries, 2–3, 5.
VIOLATIONS OF PAROLE. See Constitutional Law, I, 1-2,

4; Paroles, 1-3.
VIOLENCE. See Constitutional Law, III, 3; Justiciability.
VISAS. See Constitutional Law, III, 1; Immigration and Na-

tionality Act; Judicial Review, 1.
VOID FOR VAGUENESS. See Constitutional Law, III, 6.
VOTIIVG CONTROL OF STOCK. See Taxes, 1-3.
WAIVER PROCEDURE. See Constitutional Law, III, 1; Immi-

gration and Nationality Act; Judicial Review, 1.
WARRANTS. See Constitutional Law, V; Evidence, 3.
WHISKEY. See Constitutional Law, V; Evidence, 3.

WIRETAPS. See Grand Juries, 1.

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