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No. 489, October Term, 1945. ZAP v. UNITED STATES. See ante, p. 800.

ORDERS DENYING REHEARING, FROM FEB

RUARY 4, 1947, THROUGH APRIL 7, 1947.*

No. 142. LOUISIANA EX REL. FRANCIS v. RESWEBER, SHERIFF, ET AL. February 10, 1947. The order entered June 10, 1946, staying execution is also vacated. 329 U.S. 459.

No. 183. CAHOON v. UNITED STATES. February 10, 1947. Second petition for rehearing denied. 329 U. S. 833

No. 706. SMALL v. MARTIN, WARDEN. February 10, 1947. 329 U.S. 797.

No. 717. TOWER V. WATER HAMMER ARRESTER CORP. February 10, 1947. 329 U.S. 806.

No. 28. MACGREGOR v. WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC & MANUFACTURING Co. February 17, 1947. 329 U. S. 402.

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Nos. 70 and 71. EDWARD KATZINGER Co. v. CHICAGO METALLIC MFG. Co. February 17, 1947. 329 U.S. 394.

No. 92. GARDNER, TRUSTEE, v. NEW JERSEY. February 17, 1947. 329 U. S. 565.

*See Table of Cases Reported in this volume for earlier decisions in these cases, unless otherwise indicated.

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No. 764. INTERSTATE HOTEL Co. v. REMICK MUSIC CORP.;

No. 765. PEONY PARK, INC. v. M. WITMARK & SONS; No. 766. Fox v. CHAPPELL & Co., Inc.; and

No. 767. INTERSTATE HOTEL Co. v. KERN ET AL. February 17, 1947. 329 U.S. 809.

No. 62. MORRIS V. JONES, DIRECTOR OF INSURANCE. March 3, 1947. 329 U.S. 545.

No. 208. TRANSPARENT-WRAP MACHINE CORP. 'V.

' STOKES & SMITH Co. March 3, 1947. 329 U. S. 637.

No. 690. INSURANCE GROUP COMMITTEE ET AL. V. DENVER & Rio GRANDE WESTERN RAILROAD CO. ET AL. March 3, 1947. 329 U.S. 607.

No. 725. DE NORMAND V. UNITED STATES. March 3, 1947.

No. 792. GENERAL METALS POWDER Co. v. S. K. WELLMAN CO. ET AL. March 3, 1947. 329 U.S. 812.

No. 816. PATTERSON v. VIRGINIA ELECTRIC & POWER Co. March 3, 1947. 329 U.S. 813.

No. 826. BRUMMEL v. L. F. Dietz & ASSOCIATES, INC.

March 3, 1947. 329 U.S. 813.

ET AL.

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No. 831. FLEMING ET AL., TRUSTEES, v. OKLAHOMA Tax COMMISSION. March 3, 1947. 329 U. S. 812.

No. 52. EVERSON v. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF EWING ET AL. March 10, 1947.

No. 832. TINKOFF ET AL. V. GOLD, TRUSTEE, ET AL. March 10, 1947.

No. 706. SMALL v. MARTIN, WARDEN. March 10, 1947. Leave to file a second petition for rehearing is denied.

No. 825. LADD ET AL. v. BRICKLEY, TRUSTEE, ET AL. March 10, 1947. MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS and MR. JUSTICE MURPHY took no part in the consideration or decision of this application.

No. 854. CAMPA v. UNITED STATES. March 10, 1947. The application for a stay is also denied.

No. 553. CARTNER v. New YORK. March 17, 1947. 329 U. S. 776.

No. 804. MERTIG v. New YORK. March 17, 1947.

No. 805. ELMHURST v. New YORK. March 17, 1947.

No. 269, October Term, 1945. SABIN ET AL. v. HOME OWNERS' Loan CORP. ET AL.; and

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No. 952, October Term, 1945. SABIN ET AL. v. HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORP. ET AL. March 31, 1947. The motions for leave to file second petitions for rehearing are denied. THE CHIEF JUSTICE and MR. JUSTICE JACKSON took no part in the consideration or decision of these applications. 329 U. S. 823.

No. 182. MACKEY v. New YORK. March 31, 1947.

No. 874. PESKOE v. UNITED STATES. March 31, 1947.

No. 543. FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION ET AL. V. ARKANSAS POWER & Light Co. April 7, 1947.

No. 910. BUCKNER ET AL. v. TWEED, TRADING AS F. A. TWEED Co. April 7, 1947.

No. 953. SANITARY DISTRICT OF CHICAGO V. ACTIVATED SLUDGE, INC. ET AL. April 7, 1947.

INDEX

ABETTOR. See Criminal Law, 3.
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. See Constitutional Law, VIII, 2;

Contempt, 2; Labor, 3-4; Procedure. 1.
ADMIRALTY.

1. Jurisdiction-Stevedoring contract-Enforcement.-- Jurisdiction
of admiralty court to award indemnity pursuant to provision of
stevedoring contract; meaning of contract. American Stevedores v.
Porello, 446.

2. Public Vessels Act-What damages recoverable-Personal in-
juries.-Damages recoverable from United States for death or per-
sonal injuries caused by public vessel. id.
AGENTS. See Antitrust Acts, 2; Labor, 9.
AGRICULTURE. See Criminal Law, 1.
ADDER. See Criminal Law, 3.
ALIENS. See Criminal Law, 1.
AMOUNT IN CONTROVERSY. See Jurisdiction, IV, 2.
ANTITRUST ACTS.

1. Offenses-Restraint of trade-Employer-employee conspiracy.-
Employer-employee conspiracy to restrain trade violated Sherman
Act. Brotherhood of Carpenters v. U. S., 395.

2. Id.—Liability of employer and employee organizations and mem-
bers for unlawful acts of officers and members in labor disputes;
Norris-LaGuardia Act, $ 6, construed. Id.
APPEAL See Procedure, 4-9.
APPRENTICES. See Labor, 5.
AWARD. See Constitutional Law, VII, 2; Workmen's Compensa

tion, 1-2.
BANKRUPTCY. See Priority.
BARGE TRANSPORTATION. See Transportation, 3.
BILLS AND NOTES. See Sales.

BOUNDARIES. See Indians, 1.

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