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STATEMENT SHOWING THE NUMBER OF CASES FILED, DISPOSED OF, AND
REMAINING ON DOCKETS, AT CONCLUSION OF OCTOBER TERMS—1945, 1946, AND 1947

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JUNE 21, 1948 (REVISED, JUNE 30, 1948).

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INDEX

ADEQUATE LEGAL REMEDY. See Jurisdiction, I, 2.
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. See Constitutional Law, II, 3; III,

1; Contracts; Insurance.
AGRICULTURE. See Antitrust Acts, 3.
ALIENS. See Constitutional Law, XI, 6–7.
ALIMONY. See Constitutional Law, IX.
ALL WRITS ACT. See Jurisdiction, III, 2.
AMPLIFIERS. See Constitutional Law, III, 1.
ANTITRUST ACTS. See also Jurisdiction, IV, 2.

1. Sherman Act-Monopoly and restraint of trade-Motion pic-
ture industry.–Violations of Sherman Act by producers, distributors
and exhibitors of motion pictures; specific intent unnecessary; unlaw-
ful use of monopoly power; remedy; terms of decree. United States
v. Griffith, 100; Schine Theatres v. United States, 110; United States
v. Paramount Pictures, 131.

2. Sherman Act-Monopoly and restraint of trade-Reasonable-
ness of restraint-Steel industry.—Acquisition by United States Steel
Corporation of Consolidated Steel Corporation, largest West Coast
fabricator, not violation of Act. United States v. Columbia Steel
Co., 495.

3. Sherman Act-Violation-Interstate commerce-Beet sugar in-
dustry.—Right of action by growers against refiner who conspired
with others and fixed prices of sugar beets; conspiracy as affecting
interstate rather than purely local commerce. Mandeville Island
Farms v. American Crystal Sugar Co., 219.

4. Sherman Act-Monopoly and restraint of trade.- Price-fixing
conspiracy; effect of copyright; arbitration. United States v. Para-
mount Pictures, 131.

5. Sherman Act-Restraint of trade-Reasonableness of restraint.-
Geographical area of competitive market; percentage of industry
affected; significance of dollar volume. United States v. Columbia
Steel Co., 495.

6. Sherman Act-Monopoly and restraint of trade-Vertical inte-
gration.—Legality of vertical integration of industry. United States
v. Paramount Pictures, 131; United States v. Columbia Steel Co., 495.

ANTITRUST ACTS—Continued.

7. Sherman Act-Monopoly-Attempt.-Restraint which is rea-
sonable and not unlawful under $ 1 may nevertheless violate § 2 as
attempt to monopolize. United States v. Columbia Steel Co., 495.

8. Robinson-Patman ActPrice discriminationsQuantity dis-
counts.-Sales of table salt in interstate commerce on quantity dis-
count basis, including carload differentials, violated Act; evidence
and findings of injury to competition; terms of cease-and-desist order;
provision permitting 5-cents-per-case differentials. Federal Trade
Comm'n v. Morton Salt Co., 37.
APPEAL. See Criminal Law, 2; Habeas Corpus, 3; Jurisdiction.
APPEARANCE. See Constitutional Law, IX.
APPORTIONMENT. See Constitutional Law, VII, 3.
ARBITRATION. See Antitrust Acts, 4.
ARREST. See Constitutional Law, IV.
ATTORNEY GENERAL. See Jurisdiction, II, 5.
BEET SUGAR. See Antitrust Acts, 3.
BENEFICIARIES. See Insurance.
BOATS. See Constitutional Law, XII.
CALIFORNIA. See Constitutional Law, XI, 6–7.
CARLOADS. See Antitrust Acts, 8.
CARRIERS. See Constitutional Law, VII, 3; Transportation.
CEILING PRICES. See Constitutional Law, VI.
CERTIORARI. See Jurisdiction, IV, 1.
CHIEF OF POLICE. See Constitutional Law, III, 1.
CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS. See Criminal Law, 2; Juris-

diction, III.
CITIZENS. See Constitutional Law, II, 1; XI, 6–7.
CIVIL RIGHTS. See Constitutional Law, II, 1; XI; District of

Columbia.
CIVIL SERVICE. See Veterans.
CLAYTON ACT. See Antitrust Acts, 8; Jurisdiction, IV, 2.
COLLATERAL ATTACK. See Constitutional Law, IX.
COLORED PERSONS. See Constitutional Law, II, 1; XI, 3-4;

District of Columbia.

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