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BILLS OF LADING.

See ADMIRALTY, 1.

BOUNDARIES.
Maryland and West Virginia; Deakins line established.
Report of Commissioners appointed by decree of May 31, 1910, to

run, locate and permanently mark with suitable monuments the
Deakins line between Maryland and West Virginia from the North
Branch of the Potomac River and Pennsylvania, in pursuance of.
decision, 217 U. S. 1 and 577, confirmed and exceptions thereto
overruled. Maryland v. West Virginia, 1.

BROKERS.

See BANKRUPTCY, 8.

BURDEN OF PROOF.
See FRAUD; JURISDICTION, C3, 4;

PATENTS, 3, 5, 10.

CAPITAL CRIMES.
See CRIMINAL LAW, 24, 30.

CARRIERS.

1. Implied agreement as to carriage.
The implied agreement of a common carrier is to carry safely and

deliver at destination within a proper time; evidence of diligence
and no unreasonable delay excuses. Chicago & Alton R. R. Co. v.
Kirby, 155.

2. Compensation for extra liability.
A carrier who agrees to expedite assumes a more burdensome liability

and can exact a higher rate than where mere carrier's liability
exists. Ib.

See INTERSTATE COMMERCE;

JURISDICTION, F 7, 8, 9;
Mails.

CASES DISTINGUISHED.
Gulf, Colorado & Sante Fe Ry. Co. v. Texas, 204 U. S. 403, distinguished

in Ohio Railroad Commission.v. Worthington, 101.

Hancock National Bank v. Farnum, 176 U. S. 640, distinguished in

Bigelow v. Old Dominion Copper Co., 111.
Import Rate Case, 162 U. S. 197, distinguished in Interstate Com. Comm.

v. Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co., 326.
Northern Pacific R. R. Co. v. Doughty, 208 U. S. 251, distinguished in

Stalker v. Oregon Short Line, 142.
The Irrawaddy, 171 U. S. 187, distinguished in The Jason, 33.
Western Union Tel. Co. v. Crovo, 220 U. S. 364, distinguished in Norfolk

T'urnpike Co. v. Virginia, 264.

CASES FOLLOWED.

Agnew v. United States, 165 U. S. 36, followed in Hyde v. United States,

347.
Armour Packing Co. v. United Stales, 209 U. S. 56, followed in Hyde v.

United States, 347.
Bache v. Hunt, 193 U. S. 523, followed in Hirsh v. Taylor, 698.
Bernardin v. Butlerworth, 169 U.S. 600, followed in Duffield v. Ashurst,

697.
Boyle v. Zacharie, 6 Pet. 648, followed in De Bearn v. De Bearn, 595.
Brown v. Elliotl, 225 U. S. 392, followed in Hyde v. United States, 347.
Collins v. Texas, 223 U. S. 288, followed in Rosenkrans v. Rhode Island,

698.
Courlney v. Pradt, 196 U. S. 89, followed in Mississippi Railroad Com-

mission v. Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co., 272.
Coyle v. Smith, 221 U. S. 559, followed in Ex parte Webb, 663.
Craemer v. Washington, 168 U. S. 124, followed in Low Wah Suey v.

Backus, 460.
Crain v. United States, 162 U. S. 625, followed in Johnson v. United

States, 405.
Duryea Power Co. v. Sternbergh, 119 U. S. 115, followed in Andrews v.

Partridge, 696.
Elizabeth v. Pavement Co., 97 U. S. 126, followed in Westinghouse Co..

Wagner Mfg. Co., 604.
Evans v. Stetinisch, 149 U. S. 605, followed in Johnson v. United States,

405.
Fore River Ship Building Co. v. Hagg, 219 U. S. 175, followed in Hirsh

v. Taylor, 698.
Garretson v. Clark, 111 U. $. 120, followed in Westinghouse Co. v.

Wagner Mfg. Co., 604.
Haseltine v. Bank, 183 U. S. 130, followed in State National Bank v.

Richardson, 696.
Holden v. Stratton, 119 U. S. 115, followed in Andrews v. Partridge, 696.
Hyde v. United States, 225 U. S. 347, followed in Brown v. Elliott, 392.
Indian Protective Assn. v. Gordon, 34 App. D. C. 553, followed in

Same v. Same, 698.
In re Sanford Fork & Tool Co., 160 U. S. 247, followed in Eastern

Cherokees v. United States, 572.
Kansas Pacific R. R. Co. v. Alchison, T. & S. F. R. R. Co., 112 U. S.

414, followed in Shulthis v. McDougal, 561.
Kelly v. Owen, 7 Wall. 496, followed in Low Wah Suey v. Backus, 460.
Loeber v. Schroeder, 149 U. S. 580, followed in De Bearn v. De Bearn,

695.
Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. v Eubank, 184 U. S. 27, followed in

Ohio Railroad Commission v. IVorthington, 101.
Louisville & Nashville R. R. v. Smith, 201 U. S. 551, followed in Sea-

board Air Line Ry. v. Duvall, 477.
Louisville Trust Co. v. Knoll, 191 U. S. 225, followed in Hirsh v. Taylor,

698.
McCorquodale v. Tecas, 211 U. S. 432, followed in Missouri Pacific Ry.

Co. v. Lessenden, 696.
McNeill v. Southern Ry. Co., 202 U. S. 543, followed in Ohio Railroad

Commission v. Worthington, 101.
Matter of Gregory, 219 V. S. 210, followed in Glasgow v. Moyer, 420.
Missouri & Kansas Interurban Ry. Co. v. Olathe, 222 U. S. 185, followed

in De Bearn v. De Bearn, 695.
Mueller v. Nugent, 184 U. S. 1, followed in Sullivan v. Goldman, 695.
Procter & Gamble v. United States, 225 U. S. 282, followed in Hooker v.

Knapp, 302.
Railroad Company v. Jones, 177 U. S. 125, followed in Stalker v. Oregon

Short Line, 142.
Re Moran, 203 U. S. 96, followed in Coalgate Co. v. Hurst, 697.
Richardson v. Shaw, 209 U. S. 365, followed in Sexton v. Kessler, 90.
St. Louis, K. C. & C. R. R. Co. v. Wabash R. R. Co., 217 U. S. 247,

followed in Ohio Railroad Commission v. Worthington, 101.
Savage v. Jones, 225 U. S. 501, followed in Standard Stock Food Co. v.

Wright, 540.
Schlosser v. Hemphill, 198 U. S. 173, followed in State National Bank

v. Richardson, 696.
Security Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Prewitt, 200 U. S. 446, followed in Duffield

v. Ashurst, 697.
Shoshone Mining Co. v. Rutter, 177 U. S. 505, followed in Coalgate Co.

v. Hurst, 697.
Southern Pacific R. R. Co. v. United States, 168 U. S. 1, followed in

Johannessen v. United States, 227.
Southern Pacific Terminal Co. v. Young, 219 U. S. 498, followed in

Ohio Railroad Commission v. Worthington, 101.
Southern Railway Co. v. Reid and Southern Railway Co. v. Reid & Beam,
222 U. S. 424, 444, followed in Southern Ry. Co. v. Burlington

Lumber Co., 99.
Tefft v. Munsuri, 222 U. S. 114, followed in Sullivan v. Goldman, 695;

Andrews v. Partridge, 696.
Toland v. Sprague, 12 Pet. 300, followed in De Bearn v. De Bearn, 695.
Twining v. New Jersey, 211 U. S. 78, followed in Jordan v. Massachu-

setts, 167.
United States v. Kissel, 218 U. S. 601, followed in Hyde v. United States,

347.
United States v. Pridgeon, 153 U. S. 48, followed in Coalgate Co. v.

Hurst, 697.
United States ex rel. Warden v. Chandler, 122 U. S. 643, followed in

Duffield v. Ashurst, 697.
Van Wyck v. Knevals, 106 U. S. 360, followed in Stalker v. Oregon Short

Line, 142.
Wabash Railroad Co. v. Flannigan, 192 U. S. 29, followed in Coalgate

Co. v. Hurst, 697.
Waters-Pierce Oil Co. v. Texas, 212 U. S. 112, followed in Missouri

Pacific Ry: Co. v. Lessenden, 696.
Winston v. United States, 172 U. S. 303, followed in Johnson v. United

States, 405.
Wong Wing v. United States, 163 U. S. 228, followed in Low Wah Suey

v. Backus, 460.

CERTIFICATE.

See JURISDICTION, A 1.

CERTIORARI.

Writ granted on consent of Attorney General.
In this case the defendant applied for a writ of certiorari and the At-

torney General assented to granting it on the ground that the de-
termination of the case depends upon the principles of law govern-
ing conspiracy and it is of vital importance to the United States,
as well as its citizens, to have those principles settled by this court.
Hyde v. United States, 347.

CESSIONS OF TERRITORY.

See INDIANS, 1.

CHEROKEE INDIANS.

See INDIANS, 2, 3.

CIRCUIT COURTS.

See JURISDICTION.

CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS.

See JURISDICTION, A 7, 8; B.

CITIZENSHIP.

See ALIENS, 2, 3, 4; IMMIGRATION, 4;
CORPORATIONS; JUDGMENTS AND DECREES, 1;

NATURALIZATION.

CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES.

See INDIANS, 2.

CLASSIFICATION FOR REGULATION.

See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 16, 17.

COAL LANDS.

See PUBLIC LANDS.

CODES.
See STATUTES, A 3.

COMITY.
See APPEAL AND ERROR, 2.

COMMERCE.
See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 1-5;

PILOTAGE, 2.

COMMERCE COURT.
See APPEAL AND ERROR, 3; JURISDICTION, F.
INJUNCTION, 1;

PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE, 1.

COMMON CARRIERS.

See CARRIERS.

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