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the doctrine of equivalents to the findings of fact in this case. John F. Oberlin, Ashley M. Van Duzer, Thomas V. Koykka, James R. Stewart and Charles L. Byron for petitioners. John T. Cahill, James A. Fowler, Jr., Richard R. Wolfe and Loftus E. Becker for respondent.

Rehearing Denied.

No. 406, Misc. EAGLE v. CHERNEY ET AL., 336 U. S. 928. Second petition for rehearing denied.

No. 413, Misc. BIRD v. STATE OF WASHINGTON, 336 U. S. 954. Rehearing denied.

No. 447, Misc. Lucas v. Texas, 336 U. S. 950. Rehearing denied.

MAY 31, 1949.

Per Curiam Decisions.

No. 754. TEXAS ET AL. v. UNITED STATES ET AL. Appeal from the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. Per Curiam: The motion to affirm is granted and the judgment is affirmed. Price Daniel, Attorney General, Charles E. Crenshaw, Assistant Attorney General, Fred E. Fuller, John L. Gushman and Arnold Boyd for the State of Texas et al.; and Bolivar E. Kemp, Jr., Attorney General, Carroll Buck, First Assistant Attorney General, A. W. Gilliland and Charles D. Egan for the State of Louisiana et al., appellants. Solicitor General Perlman and Daniel W. Knowlton for appellees. Reported below: 84 F. Supp. 791.

No. 785. SAN DIEGO ELECTRIC RAILWAY Co. v. STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. Appeal from the District Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District, of California. Per

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Curiam: The motion to dismiss is granted and the appeal is dismissed for want of a substantial federal question. William L. Holloway and C. Coolidge Kreis for appellant. Fred N. Howser, Attorney General of California, James E. Sabine and Irving H. Perluss, Deputy Attorneys General, for appellee. Reported below: 89 Cal. App. 2d 267, 200 P. 2d 573.

Miscellaneous Orders.

No. 275.. KILPATRICK V. TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY

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No. 276. PARKER v. TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY Co.; No. 119, Misc. EX PARTE KILPATRICK; and

No. 120, Misc. EX PARTE PARKER. In Nos. 275 and 276 the petition for writs of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit is denied. In Nos. 119, Misc. and 120, Misc., the motion for leave to file petition for writs of prohibition is denied. William H. DeParcq for petitioners. John M. Scott and William H. Timbers for respondent.

No. EISLER V. UNITED STATES. The motion for an extension of time within which to file petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is denied. MR. JUSTICE FRANKFURTER joins in denying this motion because the Court is without jurisdiction over the person of the petitioner. David Rein, Abraham J. Isserman and Joseph Forer for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman for the United States.

No. 589, Misc. IN RE LEWIS ET AL. Supreme Court of Louisiana. Certiorari denied. Motion for leave to file

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petition for writs of mandamus and prohibition also denied.

No. 585, Misc. IN RE ABERNATHY. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of habeas corpus denied.

No. 587, Misc. IN RE STEIMLE. Treating the application in this case as a motion for leave to file a petition for an original writ of habeas corpus, leave to file is 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); Everett v. Truman, 334 U. S. 824 (1948). MR. JUSTICE BLACK, MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS, MR. JUSTICE MURPHY, and MR. JUSTICE RUTLEDGE are of the opinion that argument should be heard on the motion for leave to file the petition in order to settle what remedy, if any, the petitioner

, has. MR. JUSTICE JACKSON took no part in the consideration or decision of this application.

No. 591, Misc. TOMPSETT v. OHIO ET AL. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of habeas corpus denied.

No. 592, Misc. IN RE RYAN. Application denied.

Certiorari Granted.

No. 694. COLGATE-PALMOLIVE-PEET Co. v. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD ET AL. C. A. 9th Cir. Certiorari granted limited to the question of the construction of 8 (3) of the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 [49 Stat. 449, 29 U. S. C. § 158 (3)] in relation to this

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case. Philip S. Ehrlich and Bartley C. Crum for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Robert N. Denham, David P. Findling, Ruth Weyand and Bernard Dunau filed a memorandum for the National Labor Relations Board, respondent. Mathew 0. Tobriner for the International Chemical Workers Union, A. F. of L., respondent. Reported below: 171 F. 2d 956.

No. 709. SAVORGNAN v. UNITED STATES ET AL. C. A. 7th Cir. Certiorari granted. Suel O. Arnold for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Campbell, Oscar H. Davis, Robert S. Erdahl and Israel Convisser for respondents. Walbridge S. Taft filed a brief for Margaret Trimble Revedin, as amicus curiae, supporting the petition. Reported below: 171 F. 2d 155.

No. 729. KINGSLAND, COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS, v. DORSEY. United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Certiorari granted. Solicitor General Perlman for petitioner. William E. Leahy, William J. Hughes, Jr. and James F. Reilly for respondent. Reported below: 84 U. S. App. D. C. 264, 173 F. 2d 405.

Certiorari Denied. (See also Nos. 275 and 276 and

No. 589, Misc., supra.)

No. 654. SCHIAPPI V. WEST VIRGINIA LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION. Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia. Certiorari denied.

No. 655. UNITED STATES EX REL. DORFLER ET AL. v. WATKINS, DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION. C. A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Joseph W. Solomon for petitioners. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Morison and Sam

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uel D. Slade for respondent. Reported below: 171 F. 2d 431.

No. 662. BUNDTE ET AL. V. CALIFORNIA. District Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District, of California. Certiorari denied. George E. Flood for petitioners. . Fred N. Howser, Attorney General of California, Walter Rountree and Doris H. Maier, Deputy Attorneys General, for respondent. Reported below: 87 Cal. App. 2d 735, 197 P. 2d 823.

No. 663. MOORE ET AL. v. CALIFORNIA. District Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District, of California. Certiorari denied. George E. Flood for petitioners. Fred N. Howser, Attorney General of California, Walter Rountree and Doris H. Maier, Deputy Attorneys General, for respondent. Reported below: 87 Cal. App. 2d 753, 197 P. 2d 835.

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No. 693. WHITING STOKER Co. v. CHICAGO STOKER CORP. C. A. 7th Cir. Certiorari denied. Harry Abrahams and Ode L. Rankin for petitioner. Martin Stanton Gordon for respondent. Reported below: 171 F. 2d 248.

No. 695. WAREHOUSE UNION LOCAL 6, INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN'S & WAREHOUSEMEN'S UNION (C. I. O.), v. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD ET AL. C. A. 9th Cir. Certiorari denied. Bertram Edises for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Robert N. Denham, David P. Findling, Ruth Weyand and Bernard Dunau for the National Labor Relations Board; and Mathew 0. Tobriner for the International Chemical Workers Union, A. F. of L., respondents. Reported below: 171 F.2d 956.

No. 697. MASON ET AL. v. Texas COMPANY. C. A. 1st Cir. Certiorari denied. Hardy K. Maclay for peti

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