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Cases not Otherwise Reported.
No. 1528. VINAL V. CONTINENTAL CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of New York. December 23, 1889: Docketed and dismissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. William A. McKenney for defendant in error.
No. 156. VIRGINIA MIDLAND RAILWAY COMPANY V. Wil
Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia. October 17, 1889: Dismissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. Linden Kent of counsel for appellant. Mr. John N. Staples and Mr. Linden Kent for appellant. No appearance for appellee.
No. 650. WARREN v. HENDERSON. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of North Carolina. January 22, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. R. H. Battle for appellants. No appearance for appellee.
No. 21. WASHINGTON AND GEORGETOWN RAILROAD COMPANY v. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Error to the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. December 2, 1889: Judgment reversed, with costs, per stipulation, and on the authority of the decision of this court in the case of The Metropolitan Railroad Company v. The District of Columbia, No. 5 of October term, 1889, 132 U. S. 1; and cause remanded with directions to enter judgment for the defendant on the demurrer to the pleas of the statute of limitations. Mr. Walter D. Davidge and Mr. Enoch Totten for plaintiff in error. Mr. Henry E. Davis and Mr. A. G. Riddle for defendant in error.
No. 613. WESSELS v. STEAMSHIP ALENE, HER ENGINES, ETC. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of New York. October 9, 1959: Dismissed pursuant to the 28th rule. Mr. James K. Ilill, Mr. Ilenry T.
Cases not Otherwise Reported.
Wing and Mr. Ilarrington Putnam for appellant. Mr. Everett P. Wheeler for appellee.
No. 208. WHEELOCK v. Shirk. (Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois. July 29, 1889: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 28th rule. Mr. Charles M. Osborn for appellants. Mr. John S. Miller for appellees.
No. 210. Wilson v. GRUNWELL. Appeal from the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. January 20, 1890: Dismissed, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. W. Willoughby for appellant. Mr. A. L. Merriman for appellee.
No. 265. WINE v. Mullin. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Colorado. March 10, 1990: Dismissed, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. Nathaniel Wilson, for appellant. Mr. L. S. Dixon for appellee.
No. 53. WORTS v. CITY OF WATERTOWN. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District of Wisconsin. October 29, 1889: Dismissed, with costs, per stipulation. Mr. James G. Jenkins and Mr. F. C. Irinkler for plaintiff in error.
Mr. Daniel Hall for defendant in error.
1. At a special term of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia a
judgment was rendered in favor of the plaintiff against a sole defend-
stored to the docket. Inland and Seaboard Coasting Co. v. Tolson, 572.
a breach of the bond, he and a part of the sureties appeared and de-
See PARTY, 2.
ASSIGNMENTS FOR BENEFIT OF CREDITORS.
See JURISDICTION, A, 5;
LOCAL LAW, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
BOUNDARIES OF STATES.
1. Ex parte Mirzan, 119 U. S. 581, affirmed and applied. In re Kemmler,
and is again affirmed. District of Columbia v. Woolbury, 450.
Sherman v. Robertson, 570.
Iruin v. San Francisco Union, 578.
192; Andes v. Slauson, 1:30 U. S. 135; and Bond v. Dustin, 112 C. S.
CONFLICT OF LAW.
A. OF THE UNITED ST
lished in San Francisco for the purpose of inducing passengers
and is unconstitutional. McCall v. California, 104.
and freight are carried into a State from other States and from that
Norfolk and Western Railroad Co. v. Pennsylvania, 114.
pay it has been manifested by an act of its legislature, or by a lawful
on a day certain at a bank in the city of New York, with interest at
that date. 1b.
the protection of the public health by providing for inspection, before
Minnesota v. Barber, 314.
determined by its natural and reasonable effect; and the presumption
not repugnant to the Constitution of the United States. 16.
from the Minnesota market all fresh beef, veal, mutton, lamb or pork,
the several States. Ib.
for hunian food, cannot be regarded as a rightful exertion of the police
other States. Ib.
ply because the statute imposing it applies alike to the people of all
the States, including the people of the State enacting it. Ib.
“ the punishment of death must in every case be inflicted by causing