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reach or consider the validity of § 9 (h). Mr. Justice Black and Mr. Justice Douglas are of the opinion that probable jurisdiction should be noted and the case set down for argument. William L. Standard and David Rein for appellants. Solicitor General Perlman for appellees. Reported below: 78 F. Supp. 146.

Miscellaneous Orders.

No. —, Original. Wisconsin V. Illinois. Motion for leave to file bill of complaint denied. Massachusetts v. Missouri, 308 U. S. 1. John E. Martin, Attorney General of Wisconsin, and George I. Haight for complainant. George F. Barrett, Attorney General of Illinois, and William C. Wines, Assistant Attorney General, for defendant.

No. 12, Original. United States V. California. In our opinion of June 23, 1947, we stated that it might later become necessary to have hearings "in order to determine with greater definiteness particular segments of the boundary" between California and the marginal sea over which the United States has paramount rights and power (332 U. S. 19, 26). Our decree of October 27, 1947, reserved jurisdiction to enter such further orders and to issue such writs as might from time to time be necessary (332 U. S. 804,805).

The Government has now filed a petition praying that the precise boundary as to certain segments of the California coastal area be ascertained. It urges that there exists a definite need for a prompt determination in this respect. California has answered, agreeing that there is need for prompt determination of the boundaries as to the segments designated by the Government, but it urges that there is also need for a prompt determination of the precise California coastal boundary all the way from Oregon to Mexico.

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California's petition for an ascertainment of the entire coastal boundary at this time is denied.

The Court is in doubt at this time as to what particular segments of the boundary, if any, should now be determined.

It is therefore of the opinion that a master should be appointed by The Chief Justice to make inquiry into this subject and to hold hearings, if he finds it necessary, in order to make recommendations to this Court at the October, 1948, Term, as to what particular portions of the boundary call for precise determination and adjudication. Should the master conclude that such adjudications should be made, he is also authorized to recommend to this Court an appropriate procedure to be followed in determining the precise boundary of such segments.

It is so ordered.

Mr. Justice Jackson took no part in the consideration or decision of this question.

Attorney General Clark, Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Vanech, Arnold Raum, Stanley M. Silverberg, J. Edward Williams, Robert E. Mulroney, Hugh F. O'Donnell and Robert M. Vaughan for the United States. Fred N. Howser, Attorney General of California, and Everett W. Mattoon, Assistant Attorney General, for defendant. A. L. Weil filed a brief, as amicus curiae, opposing the petition of the United States.

No. 437. Woods, Housing Expediter, V. Hills. Order entered amending opinion. Rehearing denied. Opinion reported as amended, ante, p. 210.

No. 555, Misc. Boyles V. Hudspeth, Warden. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of habeas corpus denied.

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No. 561, Misc. Shotkin V. Kaplan Et Al. Petition for appeal denied.

No. 562. Misc. Kruse V. Blaisdell, Director. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of habeas corpus denied.

No. 571, Misc. In Re Gronwald Et Al. Motion for leave to file a petition for an original writ of habeas corpus and prohibition denied. The Chief Justice, Mr. JusTice Reed, Mr. Justice Frankfurter, and Mr. Justice Burton are of the opinion that there is want of jurisdiction. U. S. Constitution, Article III, §2, Clause 2; see Ex parte Betz and companion cases, all 329 U. S. 672 (1946); Milch v. United States, 332 U. S. 789 (1947); Brandt v. United States, 333 U. S. 836 (1948); In re Eichel, 333 U. S. 865 (1948). Mr. Justice Black, Mr. Justice Douglas, Mr. Justice Murphy, and Mr. Justice Rutledge are of the opinion that the motion for leave to file should be granted and that the case should be set for argument forthwith. Mr. Justice Jackson took no part in the consideration or decision of this application.

Certiorari Granted. (See also ATo. 775, supra.)

No. 806. Lawson, Deputy Commissioner, U. S. EmPloyees' Compensation Commission, V. Suwannee Fruit <fe Steamship Co. Et Al. C. C. A. 5th. Certiorari granted. Solicitor General Perlman for petitioner. Harry T. Gray and Sam R. Marks for respondents. Reported below: 166F. 2d 13.

No. 811. United States Ex Rel. Pasela V. Fenno, Commanding Officer. C. C. A. 2d. Certiorari granted. Frank A. Francis and Benedict M. Holden, Jr. for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney

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General Quinn, Robert S. Erdahl and Philip R. Monahan for respondent. Reported below: 167 F. 2d 593.

No. 816. Marzani V. United States. United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. Certiorari granted. Osmond K. Fraenkel and Allan R. Rosenberg for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Quinn, Robert S. Erdahl and Irving S. Shapiro for the United States. Reported below: 83 U. S. App. D.C.—. 168 F. 2d 133.

No. 567, Misc. Turner V. Pennsylvania. Supreme

Court of Pennsylvania. Certiorari granted. Edwin P.

Rome and Clinton Budd Palmer for petitioner. Reported below: 358 Pa. 350,58 A. 2d 61.

Certiorari Denied.

No. 584. United States Ex Rel. Ackermann V. O'rourke, Officer In Charge; and

No. 585. United States Ex Rel. Ackermann V. O'rourke, Officer In Charge. C. C. A. 5th. Certiorari denied. George C. Dix and E. M. Grimes for petitioners. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Morison and Samuel D. Slade for respondent. Reported below: 164 F. 2d 95.

No. 796. Mason V. Merced Irrigation District. C. C. A. 9th. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 165 F. 2d 634.

No. 797. Reynolds Metals Co. v. Skinner Et Al. C. C. A. 6th. Certiorari denied. Walter L. Rice for petitioner. Leo T. Wolford for respondents. Reported below: 166 F. 2d 66.

Nos. 802 and 803. Debardeleben Coal Corp. V. Ott, Commissioner Of Public Finance. C. C. A. 5th. Cer334U.S. June 21, 1948.

tiorari denied. Arthur A. Moreno for petitioner. Henry B. Curtis for respondent. Reported below: 166 F. 2d 509.

Xos. 818 and 823. Orr, Commissioner Of Public FiNance, v. Mississippi Valley Barge Line Co.;

Nos. 819 and 825. Montgomery, State Tax CollecTor, v. Mississippi Valley Barge Line Co.;

Nos. 820 and 822. On, Commissioner Of Public FiNance, v. American Barge Line Co.;

Nos. 821 and 826. Montgomery, State Tax CollecTor, v. American Barge Line Co.; and

No. 824. Ott, Commissioner Of Public Finance, V. Union Barge Line Corp. C. C. A. 5th. Certiorari denied. Henry B. Curtis for petitioners. Arthur A. Moreno for respondents. Reported below: 166 F. 2d 509.

No. 805. Glassey V. Horrall, Chief Of Police Of Los Angeles. Supreme Court of California. Certiorari denied. A. L. Wirin and Fred Okrand for petitioner. Ray L. Chesebro, Donald M. Redwine and John L. Bland for respondent.

No. 829. Shapiro V. Shapiro Et Al. C. C. A. 2d. Certiorari denied. Edward Norwalk for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman for the United States, and James G. Mitchell for Annette Shapiro, respondents. Reported below: 166 F. 2d 240.

No. 848. Young V. United States;

No. 849. Deer V. United States; and

No. 850. Polk V. United States. C. C. A. 10th. Certiorari denied. Austin M. Cowan for petitioners. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Quinn, Robert S. Erdahl and Josephine H. Klein for the United States. Reported below: 163 F. 2d 187.

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