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United States Supreme Court 



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IN OTHER CASES IN THE SAME COURT, 



WITH THE POINTS Or RKFRHKNCE. 



From 2 Dallas to 103 U. S. (13 Otto) Reports. 



BY 

W. Hallett Phillips, 

ClU-NSKI.I.UIi (IF TIIK rNITKIl STATES KUPHUMK rdl'llT. 



WASlItXCrTOX, D. r. : 

WjLLiAJf II. Morrison, Law IJookseli.eb and I'ubltrhp^k. 

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1605 



Kiitered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1882, by 

W. Hallett Phillips, 

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 



pREiR OF Thouir MoOill a Co , 
Ijw Pbistehb, 

wabiiington, d. 0. 



PREFACE. 



The Reports of the United States Supreme Court now number 
one hundred and three volumes, containing many thousands of 
• cases. It is the object of the present work — undertaken at the 
suggestion of several of the Justices of the Supreme Court — 
to aflFord the practitioner a ready means of reference to this 
great body of authority, containing as it does the highest exposi- 
tion of the law of the land. 

The plan adopted is to give all the decisions of the Court 
referred to in the subsequent opinions, with a brief statement of 
the various points for which reference is made. The different 
points are denoted by different letters. For greater convenience 
the cases cited £tre given under both the name of plaintiff and 
defendant. 

The first column contains the cases cited and the points for 
which they are cited. The parallel column contains in chron- 
ological order the cases in which the citations are made. The 
cases given do not include tho.se mentioned in dissenting opin- 
ions. 

W. HALLETT PHILLIPS. 

Washington. 



ERRATA. 



PAGE. 

1 ABIEMAN V. BOOTH, same as U. S. v. Booth. 

16 BANK OF U. S. v. SIMS, 6 P., should be 6 H. 

16 CUKRAN V. ARKANSAS, 15 P., should be 15 H. 

16 BICE V. MINN. R. R., 81 P., should be Zl H. 

23 PEYTON V. STITH, 11 P., should be 5 P. 

In several places, 93, 97, and 108 Wall, occur for 93, 97, and 
108 U. S. 



M: A]SrTJA.L 

OF THE 

DECISIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT 

OP 

THE UNITED STATES. 



ABBOTSFOKD, THE, 98 U. S. 440. 

Admiralty; finding of facts ; act a 102 U. 
of lS7o ; (IS St. 315 ;) review by the a 102 U. 
Supreme Conit. a. 

ABBOTT, HANGER v. See Hanger v. Abbott. 
ABEBCROMSIE v. DUPUIS, 1 Cr. 343. 



201, The Clara. 
218, The Benefactor. 



U. S. couits ; jurisdiction, citi- 
zenship, a 

ABI.BMAN V. BOOTH, 21 H. 506. 

TJ. S. courts; it belongs to the 
Federal courts to determine their 
own jurisdiction; conflict of juris- 
diction, a 

Supreme Court ; return of writ of 
error. 6 

Constitution ; States and general 
governmerit ; powers of. c 

Habeas corpus, d 



a 8 P. 112, Brown v. Keene. 



a 24 H. 460, Freeman v. Howe. 

a 6 Wall. 196, Eiggs v. Johnson 
Co. 

a 6 Wall. 253, Mayor v. Cooper. 

6 6 Wall. 360, Mussina v. Cava- 
zos. 

a 13 Wall. 403, Tarble's Case. 

c 91 U. S. 372, Kohl v. U. S. 

d 93 U. S. 24, Parks, ex parte. 

c 93 U. S. 137, Claflin v. House- 
man . 

d 100 U. S. 375, Siebold, ex parte. 



ACHISON V. HUDDIiESOX, 13 H. 893. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- I a 21 Wall, 
tracts; exemptions from taxation. a\ 
ADAMS, BABXARD v. See Barnard v. Adams. 
ADAMS V. JONES, 12 P. 207. 

Certificates of division, a 
Contracts by letter, b 



498, Erie K. K. Co. v. 
Pennsylvania. 



ADAMS V. 'L.AW, 16 H. 

Supersedeas, a 



148. 



a 12 P. 238, White v. T(n-k. 
a 5 H. 209, U. S. v. Briggs. 
a 18 H. 566, Dennistoun v. Stew- 
art. 
b 101 U. S. 48, Nat. Bank v. Hall. 



a 23 H. 1, Anson v. Blue Eidge E. 

E. Co. 
a 10 Wall. 291, Slaughter-house 

a 19 Wall. 427, Tel. Co. v. Eyser. 
a 93 U. S. 88, Kitchen v. Eandolph. 



MANUAL OF SUPEEME COURT DECISIONS. 



ADAMS V. I,AW, 17 H. 419. 

Wills, " grandchildren," " is- I a 1 Bl. 256, Bogers v. Law. 
sue." a I 

ADAMS, lilFE & FIRE DJS. CO, v. See Life & Fire Ins. Co. v. Adams. 
ADAMS, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Adams. 
ADDISON, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Addison. 
ADEIA, THE, 6 "WaU. 366. 

Captures in neutral waters, a \ alOl U. S. 42, The Florida. 

ADBLrNB, THE, 9 Cr. 886. 

Masters of vessels; when they 
can act for consignees, a 

Admiralty; instance court. 6 

Proceedings in rem.; release of 
property on stipulation, c 

ADGBB V. ALSTON, 16 WaU. 560. 

Limitations; suspension of stat- a 15 Wall. 610, Holdanes). Surauer. 
ute dui-ing the civil war. a « 18 Wall. 106, Masterson v. Hern- 

don. 
a 19 Wall. 525, Burke v. Milten- 

berger. 
a 22 Wall. 587, Ross v. Jones. 
a 92 U. S. 115, Harrison v. Myer. 



a 11 H. 525, Speare v. Place. 
b 5 Wall. 71, U. S. v. Weed, 
c 99 U. S. 43, U. S. V. Ames. 



ADMIBAl, THE, 3 Wall. 613. 

Supreme Court ; appeals, i 
Admiralty jurisdiction. 6 



331. 



a 16 Wall. 342, Merrill v. Petty. 
6 99 U. S. 33, U. S. v. Ames. 
6 101 U. S. 458, City of Panama. 



ADVENXtlBE, THE, 8 Cr, 

Prize; salvage., a | a 1 Wh. 123, The Astrea. 

^TNA CO., AliDKICH v. See Aldrioh v. .ffiltna Co. 
AGAGAM CO. v. JOBDON, 1 WaU. 596. 



Patent law ; practice ; defense of 
pi'evious invention ; how made, a 
Invention by employ^. 6 
Use befoi-e application for pat- 
ent, c 



ALABAJMCA ASTD GAMECOCK, THE, 

Collision ; damage to third party ; 
how apportioned, a 



a 8 Wall. 427, Blanchard v. Put- 
nam. 

a 11 Wall. 539, Seymours. Osborne. 

6 23 Wall. 564, Collar Co. u. Van" 
Dusen. 

c 94 U. S. 94, Consolidated Fruit Jar 
Co. V. Wright. 

92 V. S. 695. 

a 93 U. S. 317, The Atlas. 

a 97 U. S. 317, The Virginia Ehr- 
man. 

a 97 U. S. 329, The City of Hart- 
ford. 



ALABAMA. V. GEOBGIA, 33 H. 606. 

Supreme Court, original jurisdic- a 11 Wall, 
tion ; suits between States ; bound- 
aries, a 

ALBANY CO., tABAMIE CO. v. See Laramie Go. 
ALDBICH V. ^TNA CO., 8 WaU. 491. 



55, Virginia v. 
Virginia. 

I. Albany Co. 



West 



Shipping; enroUmeJit and regis- 
try of ships; power of Congress, a 

AiDEIDGE V. WHitlAMS, 3 H. 33. 

Eevenne laws; repeal by impli- 
cation, a 

Statutes ; construction ; history 
of the time when passed. 6 



a 21 Wall. 578, The Lottawanna. 



a 22 H. 311, U. S. v. Walker. 

b 91 U. S. 79, U. S. V. Pac. E. K. 

a 95 U. S. 196, Fabbri v. Murphy 



MANUAL OF SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. 



AXEGKB, KASISEY v. See Ramsey v. Alegre. 
AlEXAJOJER V. BAXXIMOBE INS. CO., 4 Cr. 370. 

Marine insurance; abandon- i a 12 P. 391, Bradlie v. Maryland 
ment. a \ Ins. Co. 

AlEXAJVDEB, CONWAY v. See Conway v. Alexander. 
AI,EXA]ST>ER, MTTLE v. See Little v. Alexander. 
AUEXANDEK, IXOYD v. See Lloyd v. Alexander, 
AUEXAJTDEB, OLFVEB v. See Oliver v. Alexander. 
AliEXANDEK'S COTTON, 3 Wall. 404. 



Tlie civil war ; who are considered 
enemies, a 

Admiralty and prize jurisdic- 
tion. 6 

Natui'e of tlie war. c 

Cotton ; proper subject of cap- 
ture, d 



a 5 Wall. 60, The Peterhoff. 

6 5 Wall. 71, U. S. v. Weed. 

a 6 Wall. 532, Ouachita Cotton. 

c 7 Wall. 554, Coppell v. Hall. 

d 9 Wall. 540, U. S. v. Padelford. 

c 20 Wall. 395, N. O. e. Steam. Co. 

a 21 Wall. 96, Hamilton v. Dillon. 

a 21 Wall. 3.51, Mitchell v. U. S. 

d 22 Wall. 93, Haycratt v. U. S. 

d 97 Wall. 5S, Young v. U. S! 

d 97 Wall. 605, Ford v. Surget. 
ALEXANDRIA, DOWNHAM T. See Downham i). Alexandria. 
ALEXANDRIA, EOTFLE v. See Fowle v. Alexandria, 
ALEXANDRIA v. PATTON, 4 Cr. 317. 

Application of payments, a I a 5 P. 304, Page v. Patton. 

I a 7 H. 684, Jones v. U. S. 
ALEXANDRIA CANAL CO., GEORGETOWN v. See Georgetown v. Alexan- 
dria Canal Co. 

ALEXAJSDRIA CAIfAL CO. v. SWANN, 5 H. 89. 

Arbitrators; reference by court, a | a 2 Wall. 128, Heckersu. Fowler. 

ALICIA, THE, 7 WaU. 573. 

Supreme Court ; dismissal of case I a 9 Wall. 504, The Nonesuch, 
transferred by consent, a \ 

ALLEGHANY, AMEY v. See Amey v. Alleghany;. 
ALLEN, HALL v. See Hall v. Allen. 
ALLEN, LAWRENCE v. See Lawrence v. Allen. 
ALLEN V. MASSEY, 17 WaU. 353. 

U. S. courts ; when bound by the I a 91 U. S. 453, Townsend v. Todd, 
decisions of the State courts, a \ 

ALLEN V. NEWBERRY, 31 H. 345. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; contract 
of affreightment between ports 
within a State, a 



a 21 H. 249, Maguire v. Card. 

a 7 Wall. 641, The Belfast. 

a 102 U. S. 545, Lord v. Steam. Co. 



ALLEN, PALMER v. See Palmer v. AUen. 
ALLEN, SCHUCHARDTS v. See Sclmohardts v. Allen. 
ALLEN, WALLINGFORD v. See Wa^lingford v. AUen. 
ALLING, RAILWAY CO. v. See Railway Co. v. Ailing. 
AXLING SHERLOCK v. See Sherlock v. Ailing. 
ALLIS V. INS. CO., 97 V. 8. 144. 

Supreme Court ; will not reverse I a ICn U. S. 752, Goddard v. Or,d- 
for immaterial error, a | way. 

ALLISON, TERRILL v. See Terrill v. Allison. 
ALMEIDA, MANRO v. See Manro v. Almeida. 



MANUAL OF SUPEEME COtJET DECISIONS. 



AlMOJfESTER V. KENTON, d fi. I. 

Supreme Court ; writs of error 
to State courts; how the Federal 
question must appear, a 

Opinion of Supreme Court of 
Ijoulsiana considered as part of 
the record, b 

AIMY T. CALIFORNIA, 84 H. 173. 

Constitution ; State tax on im- 
ports; regulation of commerce. . a 



19 H. 259, Bell v. Hearne. 

14 Wall. 667, Delmas v. Ins. Co. 



8 Wall. 122, 

8 Wall. 137, 

13 Wall. 34, 
15 Wall. 280, 

92 U.S. 376, 
94U.S.541. 



The 



Par- 



Waring V. 
Mayoy. 

Woodruff V. 
ham. 

Low V. Austin. 

State Freight Tax 
Case. 

Pace V. B\irgess. 

Doyle V. Continen- 
tal Ins. Co. 
a 100 D. S. 95. Trade-marlv Cases. 



AXSTON, ADGEB v. See Adger v. Alston, 
AXVISO V. V. S., 6 Wall. 457. 

Supreme Court; writs of error 
and appeals ; docketing ; dismissal ; 
reinstatement. _ a 
AXVISO V. V. S., 8 Wall. 339. 

California ; Mexican titles ; con- 
Jirmations ; location of grants, a 
AJWEDY, VS. S. V. See U. S. v. Amedy. ' 
AMEMA, THE, 1 Cr. S5. 

Prize ; salvage, a 

Evidence ; foreign laws and ordi- 
nances. 6 

Supreme Court; review of facts, c 

Seizures ; probable cause, d 

AMELIE, THE, 6 WaU. SO. 

Admiralty; liens on proceeds of 
sale, a \ 

AMERICAN BRIDGE CO. V. HEIDEIBACH, 94 U. S. 798, 

. Kailroads; mortgage of earn- 1 a 98 U. S. 253, Fosdick w. Schall 
ings. a 

AMERICAN EUR CO. v. V. S., % P. 

Agency; when act of agent is 
act of principal, a 

Evidence ; co-conspirators. 6 

Indians ; rigiit of U. S. to grant 
the fee of their lands, c 



10 Wall. 426, U. S. v. Vigil. 



a 98 U. S. 214, Snyder v. Sickles. 
a 101 U. S. 807, Trenier K.Stewart. 



a 2 Cr. 64, Murray v. Charming 

Betsy. 
6 14 H. 412, Ennis v. Smitli. 
c 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
d 97 U. S. 647, Stacey u. Emery. 

a 20 Wall. 221,' Lottowanna. 



AMERICAN INS. CO. v. CANTER, 1 

Jurisdiction of admiraltj' ; sal- 
vage, a 

Power of Congress over the Ter- 
ritories. 6 

Territorial courts, c 

Supreme Ct. U. S. ; appeals from 
decree executing mandate, d 



364. 

a 21 H. 165, Barreda v. Silsbee. 
a 22 H. 82, Morrill u. Cone. 
a 3 Wall. 140, Cliquot's Cham- 
pagne. 
a 13 Wall. 550, Stoekwell v. U. S. 
6 01 U. S. 438, Nudd v. Burrows, 
c 95 U. S. 208, Bates u. Clark. 

P. 541. 

o 3 P 
al2P 



307, Canter u. Ani. Ins. Co. 
72, U. S. 0. Coombs. 
h 14 P. 534, U. S. V. Gratiot, 
c 9 H. 239, Benner v. Portei-. 
d 15 H. 464, Corning v. 'J'roy Iron 
and Nail Factory. 
6 16 H. 181, Cross v. Harrison. 



MANUAL OF SUPREME COURT DECISIONS, 



Judicial power of the U. S. e 
Statutes; construction. / 
Treaties, g 

Laws of conquered countiy con- 
tinue in force until changud. Ti 



e 17 H. o31, U. S. v. Kitchie. 
6 19 H. U->, Dred Scott v. Sand- 
ford. 
d 20 H. 480, Roberts v. Cooper, 
c 1 Wall. 77, Orchard clinches. 
/ 11 Wail. 507, Stewart v. Kahn. 
c 13 Wall. 447, Clinton v. En^le- 

bricht. 
& 16 Wall. 434, U. S. v. Hnckabee. 
g n Wall. 247, Holden v. Joy. 
h 9S U. S. 15, Palmer v. Low. 
c 98 U. S. 154, Reynolds v. U. S. 
clOl U. S. 458, City of Panama. 
See Canter v. American Ins. Co. 

See Moore v. American Trans. Co. 



a 98 U. S. 397, U. S. v. 
leans. 



New Or- 



AMDEKICAIf INS. CO., CANTER t. 
AMEBICAJf TEANS. CO., MOOKE V. 
AMEY V. AXUEGHANT, 34 H. 364. 

Miuiicipal corporations ; aid to 
railroads; limit to taxation; pro- 
liibition to create debt witliont pro- 
viding means for its payment, a 

AMIABUE ISABEM.A, THE, 6 Wh. 1. 

Treaty with Spain, 1795. a | a 15 P. 592, U. S. v. The Amlstad. 

AMTABtE NANCY, THE, 3 WU. 546. 



Murine torts; damages, a 

AMIS V. SMITH, 16 P. 318. 

U. S. courts; process; acts 1789, 
1828. a 

Misjoinder of parties ; nolle pro- 
sequi, b 



a 5 Wh. 385, La Amistad de Rues. 

o 1 H. 304, Duncan v. Darst. 

a 2 H. 611, McCracken v. Hay- 
ward. 

a 7 H. 714, Town.send v. Jcnnl- 
son. 

a 14 H. 337, Harris v. Hardeman. 

6 17 H. 610, Griffin v. Reynolds. 



a 96 U. S. 202, Gold-washing Co. 
V. Keycs. 



AMOBY V. AMOBY, 95 U. S. 186. 

Removals ; wliat petition .«honld 1 
set forth, a | 

AJOKOYI), WILUAlMS v. See Williams v. Amroyd. 
AMY, BATH CO. V. See Bath Co. v. Amy. 
AMY, GAXENA v. See G-alena v. Amy. 
AMY, PENDLETON CO. v. See Pendleton Oo. v. Amy. 
ANDERSON, BOYCE v. See Boyce v. Anderson. 
ANDERSON, HARDEMAN v. See Hardeman v. Anderson. 
ANDERSON, HENDERSON v. See Henderson v. Anderson. 
ANDERSON, HOOENAGLE v. See Hoolnagle v. Anderson. 
ANDERSON, McMXLI.AN T. See McMillan v. Anderson. 
ANDEBSON, MONTGOMEBY T. See Montgomery ». Anderson. 
ANDERSON, TERRY v. See Terry v. Anderson. 
ANDERSON, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Anderson. 
ANDERSON, W^ALLACE v. See 'Wallace v. Anderson. 
ANDREWS V. HENSI.ER, 6 Wall. 854. 

Contracts; upon what law valid- I « 13 Wall. 657, Osborn v. Nichol- 
ity of, depends, a | 

ANDREWS, JONES V. See Jones ii. Andrews. 



son. 



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ANDREWS V. POND, 13 P. US. 

Negotiable paper ; note overdue. 
a 

Usury. & 

Notice, in g;eneral, a qiiestion of 
construction for the court, c 

Contracts, by What law govern- 
ed ; as to usury, d 



ANDREWS V. WAIL, 8 H. S73. 

Admiralty ; supplemental suits 
to ascei-tain ownership of proceeds 
of sale, a 



a 14 P. 318, Fowler v. Branlty. 
6 13 H. 163, Buckingham v. Mc- 
Lean, 
c 20 H. 364. Goodman v. Simonds. 
c 22 H. 108, B'k of Pittsb'g v. Neal 
d 1 Wall. 810, Miller v. Tiffany. 
d 91 U. S. 412, Scndder v. Union 

Nat. Bank. 
a 92 U. S. 342, Anglo v. Mut. Life 

Ins. Co. 
6 93 U. S. 347, Cockle v. Flack, 
c 94 U. S. 758, Collins v. Gilbert. 
c 95 U. S. 488, Brown v. Spofford. 
a 99 U. S. 441, ParSonsu. Jackson. 

a 20 Wall. 223, The Lottowanna. 



ANGEIilQUE, THE, SCHUCHARDT v. See Schuchardt v. The AngeUque. 
ANN, THE BRIG, 9 Cr. 890. 

Admiralty; proceedings in rem.; I a 23 Wall. 464, The Elo Grande, 
seizure, a | a 96 U. S. 396, Dobbins Distillery. 

ANN CAROI.INE, THE, H Wall. 648. 

Collision ; sailing vessels and 
steamers, a 
Damages. 6 
Stipulators; liability, c 



a 4 Wail, oil, Bentley ». Coyne. 
6 8 Wall. 385, The Baltimore, 
c 14 Wall. 418, The Webb, 
c 95 wall. 605, The Wanata. 
c 99 Wall. 41, U. S. v. Ames. 



ANNA MARIA, THE, 8 Wh. 387. 

Mai-ine torts ; damages, a 

ANNE, THE, 3 Wt. 444. 

Prize ; capture in neutral waters. 
a 

ANTELOPE, THE, 10 Wh. 66. 

Prize; slave trade, a 
Supreme Court U. S. ; divided 
court. 6 
Consuls, c 



I a 3 Wh. 546, The Amiable Nancy. 
I a 101 U. S. 42, The Florida. 



a 12 Wh. 546, The Antelope, 

6 3 H. 424, Washington Bridge 

Co. V. Stewart, 
c 9 H. 382, Harrison v. Vose. 
6 7 Wall. 112, Duraut v. Essex 

Co. 
a 13 Wall. 657, Osboru v. Nichol- 
son. 



ANTELOPE, THE, 

U. S. : costs, a 



18 Wh. 646. 



ANTHONY, HANDLEY v. 
ANTHONY V. JASPER CO 



I a 8 P. 163, IT. 
See Handley v. Anthony. 
., 101 V. S. 693. 



S. V. Ringold. 



County and municipal bonds in 
aid of railroads; invalidity; riglit 
to recover bad; money paid to the 
city, a 

ANTHONY MAN^ZCf, THE. See U. S. v. Grundy. 



a 102 U. S. 298, Louisiana u.Wobds. 



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APOU.ON, THE, 9 Wll. 368. 

Suit against a State, a 

Marine torts; action in perso- 
natn. b 

Prize ; captures ; probable cause. 
c 

Judicial notice, d 



a 9 Wh. 870, Osboni u. U. S. Bank. 
6 10 Wh. 473. Mann v. Almeida, 
c 12 Wll. 1, The Palmyra. 
d 7 P. 324, Peyroux v. Howard, 
c 3 Wall. 162, Tlie Thompson. 
e 17 Wall. 93, Averill c. Smith, 
c 97 U. S. 643, Stacey v. Emery. 

APPEAX TAX COURT, GORDON v. See Gordon v. Appeal Tax Court. 
APPOMATTOX R. R. CO., POWHATAN STEAMBOAT CO. v. See Pow 

hatan Steamboat Co. v. Appomattox R. R. Co. 
ARCA5IBEL v. WTSEMAN, 3 Dall. 306. 

Damages; counsel fees, a | a 15 Wall. 230, Oelriehs v. Spain. 

ARGtrKLLO V. V. S., 18 H. 540. 

Crux Cervan- 



a 18 H. 554, U. S. v. 

tes. 
6 19 H. 345, U. S. v. Peralta. 
c 24 H. 126, Palmer v. U. S. 
c 24 H. 273, Greer v. Mezes. 
d 24 H. 434, Suydam v. Williamson. 



California land titles; Mexican 
concession within "the ten littoral 
leagues." a 

Inchoate titles. 6 

Definitive title, c 

U. S. courts; when they will fol- 
low decision of the State court as a 
rule of property, d 

ARGUEUDO, U. S. v. See U. S. i). Arguello. 
ARIADNE, THE, 13 WaU. 479. 

Collision; tug; liability of tow. a { a 91 U. S. 221, The Sunnj'side. 
ARKANSAS, CURRAN v. See Curran v. Arkansas. 
ARKANSAS, LTTTLE v. See Lyttle v. Arkansas. 
ARMOR, PARSONS v. See Parsons v. Armor. 
ARMOUR, BRIDGES v. See Bridges v. Armour. 
ARMOUR, McGELI. v. See McGill v. Armour. 
ARMSTRONG v. LEAR, 13 Wh. 175. 

Wills, evidence of. a I a 9 P. 174, Tarver v. Tarver. 

Legacy, action tor. 6 | 6 2 H. 640, Gaines v. Chew. 

ARMSTRONG V. TOLBR, 11 Wh. 358. 



Contracts, illegality, a 



ARMSTRONG'S FOUNDRY, 6 WaU. 

Confiscation act of 1862; proceed- 
ings under; jiu'isdiction of District 
Courts, a 

Pardon ; effect of. b 

Confiscation ; Supieme Court can 
onlj' review by writ of error, c 

Reversals by Supreme Court, d 



a 13 P. 161, Ocean Ins. Co. v. Pol- 
leys. 
a 22 H. 269, Kira'bro v. Bullitt. 
a 7 Wall. 559, Coppell v. Hall. 
a 12 Wall. 348, Hannauer u.Doane. 
a 16 Wall. 500, Planters' Bank v. 
Union Bank. 



769, 

a 
a 
a 



6 Wall. 772, U. S. v. Hart. 

7 Wall. 462, Confiscation Cases. 
7 Wall. 579, Morris & Johnson 

V. U. S. 

a S Wall. 511, Morris's Cotton. 
6 9 Wall. 543, U. S. v. Padelford. 
a 10 Wall. 543, Graham, ex parte, 
e 11 Wall. 258, Garnett v. V. S. 
a 11 Wall. 304, Miller w. U. S. 
a 16 Wall. 165, Gariiharts v. U. S. 
d 23 Wall. 164, Stickney v. Wilt. 
6 95 U. S. 153, Knote v. U. S. 



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ARMSTKONG v. TREASURER ATHENS CO., 16 P. 881. 

Constitution, obligation of con- a 6 H. 318, Planters' Bank v. 
tracts, taxation of corporations ; Sharp, 

when the power is implied, a 6 7 H. 590, Kennedy v. Hunt. 

Writ of error to State courts ; 6 7 H. 740, Smith v. Hunter, 
how the Federal question must ap- 6 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
pear; jurisdiction under the twenty- 6 12 H. 102, Neilson ». Lagow. 
fifth section of judiciary act. 6 ' 6 12 H. 166, Grand OJulf R. R. & 

Bank Co. v. Mar- 
shall. 
6 14 H. 152, Lawler v. Walker. 
6 15 H. 305, Currant). Armstrong. 
6 19 H. 259, Belli;. Hearne. 
6 20 H. 27, Christ Chuich v. Phil- 
adelphia. 
6 21 H. 291, Lownsdale v. Parrish. 
6 1 Wall. 143, Bridge Proprietors 

u. Hoboken. 
6 6 Wall. 128, Walkeri). Villavo.so. 
6 14 Wall. 86, Hurley ». Street. 
6 20 Wall. 628, Murdock v. Mem- 
phis. 
6 21 Wall. 638, Moore D.Mississippi. 
6 96 U. S. 442, Miu-i'ay v. Charles- 
ton. 



ARMSTRONG v. U. S., 13 WaU. 155 

Rebellion ; amnesty proclama- 
tion, effect of. a 



a 13 Wall. 157, Pargoud v. U. S. 

a 16 Wall. 152, Carlisle v. U. S. 

a 95 U. S. 153, Knote v. U. S. 
ARNOED, DEL. COL. V. See Del. Ool. v. Arnold. 
ARNOLD V. V. S; 9 Cr. 104. 



a 13 P. 491, Meridith v: U. S. 
6 17 Wall. 198, Lapeyre v. U. S. 
6 94 U. S. 560, Dutcher v. Wright. 
b 97 U. S. 384, Burgess v. Salmon. 



Duties : time when they accrue. 
a 

Statutes; when they take eiFect ; 
fractions of a day. 6 

ARREDONDO, LEVY v. See Levy v. Arredondo. 
ARREDONDO, V. S. v. See U. S. v. Arredondo. 
ARTHUR, DAVIS v. See Davis v. Arthur. 
ARTHUR, MEYER v. See Meyer v Arthur. 
ARTHUR, MOVIUS v. See Movius v. Arthur. 
ARTHUR v. RHEIMS, 96 U. S. 143. 

Revenue; duties; designation of 1 a 97 U. S. 367, Arthur v. MoUer. 
articles, a \ 

ARTHUR V. SUSFIELD, 96 U. S. 139. 

Revenue; tariff laws; designa- 1 a 97 U. S. 367, Arthurs). MoUer. 
tion of articles, a \ 

ARTHUR, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Arthur. 
ARTHURS V. HART, 17 H. 6. 

Supreme Court; appellate juris- a 18 H. 61, Graham v. Bayne. 
diction in cases from Louisiana, a 6 20 H. 434, Suydam v. Williamson 
Writs of error ; agreed case. 6 6 1 Wall. 103, Burr v. Des Moines' 

6 4 Wall. 581, Newell v. Nixon. 

a 9 Wall. 431, Flanders K. Tweed. 



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ASHBY, COLUMBIA INS. CO. v. See Colnmbia Ins. Co v. Ashby. 

ASHLEY, BARNAKD v. See Barnard v. Ashley. 

ASHLEY, CUNNINGHAM v. See Cunningham v. Ashley. 

ASHLEY, RECTOR v. See Eeotor i>, Ashley. 

ASHTON, JACKSON v. See Jackson d. Ashton. 

ASPDEN, BROWN v. See Brown v. Aspden. 

ASPDEN V. NIXON, 4 H. 497. 

Exfcutors; liabilit}- ; foreign ex- 
ecutors, a 

Admiiii^tnitioii in diftVrent Status 
5 

Estoppel by jirtlgment. c 

Kes jiiilicata. d. 



ASPINWALL V. DAVIESS CO., Sa H 

County bonils issued in payment 
of stoclv ill niihoad; effect of repeal 
of riglit to subscribe ; bona-Jide 
liolders. a 



a 5 H. 2(50, Taylor v. Benliam. 
6 6 H. 57, Stacy v. Tlirasher. 
c 7 H. I-22, Wilkes v. Dinsnian. 
a 13 H. 462, Hill v. Tucker. 
d 24 H. 342, "Washington, Alex. 

G. S. P. Co. 

Sickles. 
(! 7 Wall. 102, Aurora v. West. 

374. 



& 



a 2 Bl. 724, Moran v. Miami Co. 
a 92 U. S. 035, Moultrie v. Sav- 
ings Bank. 
a 102 U. S. 536, Wadsworth •«. Su- 
pervisors. 

ASPINTYALL, KNOX CO. v. See Knox Co. v. AspinwaU. 
ASSESSORS V. OSBORNES, 9 WaU. 571. 



Collectors; suits against, to re- 
cover back taxes, a 

Repeal of law conferring jurisdic- 
tion ; pending cjises. 6 



a 10 Wall. 444, Kimball v. Collect- 
or. 
a 10 Wall. 552, Baltimore v. Balti- 
more K. R. Co. 
a 12 Wall. 8, Collector v. Hub- 
bard. 
a 17 Wall. 307., Barnes u.Eailroads. 
a 98 U. S. 225, Andrae v. Redlleld. 
b 98 U. S. 401, K. K. Co. v. Grant. 
ASSESSORS, VAN ALLEN v. See Van Allen v. Assessors, 
ASTOR, CARVER v. See Carypr v. Jackson. 
ASTOR, GRIGNON v. See Grignon u. Astor. 
ATCHIXSON V. PETERSON, 80 Wall. 510. 



Mining law ; 
waters, a 



right to use running 



a 20 WaU. 681, Basey u. Gallagher. 
a 101 U. S. 276, Broder v. Water 
Co. 

ATHERTON v. FOWLER, 91 U. S. 146. 

Supreme Court; writ of error; [ a 93 U. S. 87, Kitchen u. Randolph, 
citation, a \ 

ATHERTON T. FOWLEB, 96 U. S. 513. 



Public lands ; sale of. a 
Pre-emption. 6 

ATKINS V. DISINTEGRATING CO., 

Statutes; construction, a 



Constitution ; process by foreign 
attachment; admiralty jurisdic- 
tion; ratification of State legisla- 
tion by Congres.s. b 

ATLANTIC INS. CO., CONABD v. See Conard v. Atlantic Ine. Co, 



a 96 U. S. 536, Moore v. Bobbins. 
6 97 U. S. 580, Hosmer v. Wallace. 

18 Wall. 301. 

a 23 Wall. 380, Smythe v. Piske. 
6 102 U. S. 575, Wilson v. McNamee. 



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ATLAS, THE, 93 V. S. 319. 

Collision ; when damages divided. 
a 

Damages foi- injuiy to innocent 
party, o 



a 94 U. S. 604, The Stephen Mor- 
gan. 

6 97 U. S. 317, The Virginia Ehr- 
man. 

6 97 U. S. 325, The City of Hart- 
ford. 



ATLEE V. PACKET CO., 81 WaU. 389. 



U. S.; control over the navigable 
rivers ; obstructions to navigation. 
a 

ATWEH,!,, BRO'WN v. See Brown u, Atwell. 
AUGUISOIiA, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Auguisola. • 

AUGUSTA, HOME INS. CO. v. See Home Ins. Co. v. Augusta. 
AUGUSTA INS. CO., HUGG v. See Hugg v. Augusta Ins. Co. 
AUIiD, HEPBURN v. See Hepburn v. Auld. 
AUBOBA, THE, 1 TVh. 107. 

Bottomry bonds, a 

Admiralty; jurisdiction in suits 
between foreigners. 6 

Master; power to bind ship in 
foreign port, c 



U. S. 409, Boom Co. v. Pat- 
terson. 



a 18 H. 65, Carringlon v. Pratt. 
a 9 Wall. 138, The Grapeshot. 
6 9 Wall. 457, The Maggie Ham- 
mond, 
c 10 Wall. 200, The Lulu., 
c 96 U. S. 648, Ins. Co. v. Gosszler. 

AURORA, THE, v. UNITED STATES, 7 Cr. 388. 



Admiralty jurisdiction ; maritime 
causes, a 



a 5 H. 459, Waring v. Clarke, 
a 6 H. 378, New Jersey S. Nav. Co. 
u. Mer. Bank. 



AURORA CITY V. WEST, 7 Wall. 105 

Judgments; when they can be 
pleaded in bar. a 

Pleading; demurrers; effect of 
pleading to merits. 6 

Conditions in acts authorizing 
municipal aid to railroads; recitals 
in bonds; estoppel, c. 

Judgment against party first mak- 
ing mistake in pleading, d 

Coupons, e 

Interest, f 



a 7 Wall. 622, Beloit v. Morgan. 
6 8 Wall. 287, Hudson Canal Co. 

u. Penii Coal Co. 
6 8 Wall. 357, Young v. Martin, 
c 9 Wall. 414, Mayor v. Lord. 
b 9 Wall. 762, Walking v. U. S. 
b 10 Wall. 422, Campbell v. Wil- 

.son. 
d 12 Wall. 84, Bailroad Co. v. 

Harris. 
a 20 Wall. 143, Tioga R. R. v. 

Blossburg & C. 

R R 
e 20 Wall. 589, Clark u.'lowa City. 
a 91 U. S. 533, Gould o.EvansviUe 

R. R. 
5 93 U. S. 553, Stanton u.Embrey. 
/ 94 U. S. 441, Nat. Bankt). Mech. 

Nat. Bank. 
/ 96 U. S. 62, Cromwell v. Sac 



Co. 
AURORA CITY, WEST v. See West v. Aurora City. 
AVENDANDO v. GAY, 8 Wall. 376. 



U. S. courts; waiver of jury; 
statement of facts; how made out. 

u 

Supreme Court ; power of court 
below to amend judgment after 
writ of error. 6 



a 13 Wall. 2, Bethell «. Mathews. 
6 21 AVall. 552, Edwards v. Elliott. 



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AVEBY, LEGGETT -r. See Leggett v. Avery. 
ATTLING, WEYAUWEGA v. See Weyauwega v. AyUng, 
AYKES V. CABVEK, 17 H. 598. 

Cross bills, a 

Supreme Court ; where manda- 
mus is the pr6per remedy, writ of 
error will not lie. b 



a 9 Wall. 809, Knbber Co. v. 
Goocl}'ear. 

b 16 Wall. 271, Ins. Co. v. Cora- 
stock. 

a 91 U. S. 38.5, The Dove. 

a 95 U. S. 22.5, R. R. Co., ex parte. 

a 101 U. S. 187, Ayres v. Chicago. 



,a 101 U. S. 640, Railway Co. v. U. S., 



a 2 Wall. 432, Tobeyi). Leonards. 
b 15 Wall. 110, Morgan v. Shinn. 



AYKES V. CHICAGO, 101 V. S. 184 

Cross-bill, a 
AYKES, TJ. S. v. See U. S. o. Ayres. 
BABBITT, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Babbitt. 
BABBITT, WAXBKUN v. See Walbrati v. Babbitt, 
BABIN, HIPP V. See Hipp v. Babin. 
BABCOCK V. WYMAN, 19 H. 389. 

Evidence ; interested witness ; 
sale of interest, a 

Mortgage; parol evidence to 
prove, b 

BACHEUJEK, MTNIfESOTA v. See Minnesota v. Baohelder. 
BACON V. HAKT, 1 Bl. 38. 

Supreme Court; citation, a I a o Wall. 824, Alviso v. U. S. 

I a 12 Wall. 147, Bigler v. Waller. 
BACON, OTIS V. See Otis v. Bacon. 

BACON V. ROBERTSON, 18 H. 480. 

Corporations; dissolution ; rights I a 6 Wall. 279, Lnm v. Robertson 
of stockholders, a I 

BADGER V. BADGER, 2 "Wall. 95. 

Equity ; stale claims, a a 

Within what time contract must 6 
bo rescinded. 6 

Concealed fraud ; limitations, c 



c 

BAGNELl V. BRODERICK, 13 P. 450, 

Missouri land titles ; New Madrid 
certificates ; notice of location ; sur- 
veys, a 

Patent; once issued, another can- 
not issue on same certificate, b 

Effect of patent as evidence that 
all previous steps were regulai'ly 
taken, c 

Legal' title in government until 
vested by patent in its grantee, d 

Deeds ; presumptions as to val- 
idity, e 



21 AVall. 185, Marsliu.Wliitinore. 
91 U. S. 592, Twill Lick Oil Co. 

V. Marbury. 
96 U. S. 618, Haywood v. Kat'l 

Bank. 
99 U. S. 202, Godden v. Kim- 

niell. 
101 U. S. 140, Wood!). Carpenter. 



H. 51 , Barry v. Gamble. 
H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
H. 72, Lessieur v. Price. 
H. 87, Miiiter v. Crommelin. 
H. 488, Fen II v. Holme. 
H. 495, Lea v. Copper Co. 
H. 159, Hale v. Gaines. 
H. 459, Fneiites v. U. S. ' 
H. 248, Hooper v. Scheimer. 
Wall. 149, Rector v. Ashley. 
Wall. 197, Fi-isbie «. Whitney. 
Wall. 458, Mcader v. Norton. 
Wall. 102, Gibson r. Chouteau 
Wall, lis. Best v. Polk. 
U. S. 425, Clements u.Mache- 
bouef. 
a 92 U. S. 713, Hot Springs Cases. 



d 9 
d 11 
d 13 
c IS 
e 92 



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BAGS OF COFFEE, 1960, V. S, 
BAGS OF LINSEED, 1 Bl. lift. 

Shipping; lien of sliip-owiier for 
freight, a 
Admiralty jurisdiction. 6 

BAIGOBRY, THE, 8 ■Wall. 4T4. 

The civil war; blockade of Lon- I 
isiiina coast ; uiien terminated, a 

BAIXEY V. DOZIEB, 6 H. 93. 

Nogotiable ptiper ; statute of Mis- 
sissippi as to inland bills of ex- 
change; protest, a 

Pleas in abatement, b 

When waived, c 

BAIXEY V. GrOVBB, »! Wall. 346. 

Banlirnptey ; policy of the act; 
speedy distribntion of the assets, a 
Limitations. 6 



See U. S. D. 1960 Bags of Coffee. 



a 5 Wall. 492, Tlie Kddy. 
a 5 Wall. 554, The Bird of Para- 
dise. 
6 7 Wall. 636, The Belfast. 
a 14 Wall. 596, The Delaware. 

a 3 Wall. 92, Tlie Josephine. 



a 8 H. 235, Wanzer v. Tupper. 
6 20 H. 265, Spenser v. liapsley. 
3 Wall. 423, De Sobry v. Nichol- 
son. 



a 21 Wall. 642, Wood v. Bailey. 
a 93 U. S. 351, Wiswall v. Camp- 
bell. 
6 98 U. S. 252, Gifford v. Helms. 



BAILEY, INS. CO. V. See Ins. Co. v. Bailey. . 
BAILEY V. MAGUIBE, SS WaU. 226. 

Constitution ; contract; exemp- i a 92 U. S. 675, Central Railroad v. 
tions from taxation, a \ Geoi'gia. 

BAILEY, POLLABD V. See:PoUard v. Bailey. 
BAILEY, V. S. V. See U. S. i;. Bailey. 
BAILIFF V. TIPPING, 2 Cr. 406. 

Citation, a | a 6 H. 88, Villabolos v. U. S. 

BAKEK, CABLE v.. See Cadle v. Baker. 
BAKER v. GEE, 1 Wall. 333. 



Gi'ants by Congress to States for 
railroads; wlio can set up the non- 
completion of the road, a 

BAEEB V. MORTON, 18 Wall. 158. 

Duress, a . 



a 22 Wall. 571, Tuclcer v. Ferguson. 



a 16 Wall. 432, U. S. v. Hnckabee. 
a 17 Wall. 74, Mason v. U. S. 



BAKER, MURRAY v. See Mnrray v. Ba-ker. 
BACKER, WILLIAMS v. See Williams v. Baker. 
BALDWIN V. BANK OF NEWBURY, 1 "Wall. 240. 

Insolvent laws ; have no extra- 
territorial operation, a 

Parol evidence to show to whom 
a loan was made. 6 

BALDWIN V. ELY, 9 H. 580. 

Payments; tender, a 

BALDWIN V. HALE, 1 Wall. 223. 

Insolvent laws; have no extra- 
territorial operation, a 



a 4 Wall. 410, Gilman v. Lockr 

wood. 
6 17 Wall. 25, Bank v. Kennedy. 



a 93 U. S. 325, Talty «. Freedman's 
Bank. 

a 4 Wall. 410, Gilman v. Lock- 
wood. 

a 15 Wall. 326, State Tax Foreign- 
Held Bonds. 



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BAIDWEN V. PAYNE, 6 H. 338. 

Constitution ; impairing oblisa- I a 12 H. 166, Gianrl GiiU R. R. and 
tion of charter, a \ BankCo.i). Marshall. 

BAIDWEN, STBASEK v. See Strader v. Baldwin. 
BAI.es, WKIGHT v. See Wright v. Bales. 
BAXI. V. LAJS^GLES, 103 U. S. 188. 

Patent law ; reissues, a | a 102 U. S. 232, Garneauu. Dozier. 

BAXLANCE v. FOKSTTH, 13 H. 18. 

Ulinoislancl titles ; Peoria lots, a i a 24 H. 184, Ballanee v. Forsyth. 

I a 1 Bl. 152, Gregg v. Tesson. 
BAXIiAKD, MEAD v. See Mead v. Ballard. 
BAXLABD V. THOMAS, 19 H. 388. 

Duties; "invoice value;" pay- I a 96 U. S. 146, Artliur u. Goddard. 
ment. a \ 

BAltOU, GASSIES v. See Gassies v. BaUou. 
BAIXiOU, HLRIART T. See Hiriart v. Ballou. 
BAXTEVIOKE, THE, 8 WaU. 388. 



Collision; Supreme Court will 
afSrm where District and Circuit 
Courts have concurred, unless de- 
cree plainly wrong, a 

Damages in collision cases. 6 

Counsel fees, c 

Total loss, d 



a 11 Wall. 169, The Sapphire. 
6 14 Wall. 278, The Cavuga. 
c 15 Wall. 230, Oelrichs v. Spain, 
c 15 Wall. 453, Flanders v. Tweed. 
t« 19 Wall. 78, The Falcon. 
a 21 Wall. 9, The Lady Pike. 
6 93 U. S. 308, The Atlas. 
a 97 U. S. 828, The City of Hart- 
ford. 



BAITIMOKE, BAHNET v. See Barney v. Baltimore. 

B AXTIMOKE, BAKKON v. Ses Barron v. B.altimore. 

BAXTIMOBE, GUT v. See Gruy v. B.^ltimore. 

BAITIMOBE INS. CO., AlEXANBEK v. See Alexander v. Baltimore Ins. Co. 

BAXTIMOBE INS. CO., CAZE & MCHAUD v. See Gaze & Eichaud ■d. Balti- 
more Ins. Co. 

BAXT. INS. CO., DICKEY v. Dickey v. Bait. Ins. Co. 

BAIT. & OHIO K. B. CO., MARYLAND v. See Maryland v. Bait. & Ohio 
E. E. Co. 

BAXT. & OHIO B. B. CO., MABSHAXX v. See Marshall v. Bait. & Ohio 
E. E. Co. 

BAXTEVIOBE S. PACKET CO., HANEY v. See Haney v. Baltimore S. Packet 
Co. 

BAXTIMOBE & S. B. CO. v. NESBIT., 10 H. 395. 

Retrospective and curative laws. I a 1 Wall. 204, Gelpckeu. Dubuque. 
a i a 8 Wall. 603, Drehraan v. Stifle. 

BAXT. & SUSQ. B. E. CO., STIMFSON v. See Stimpson u. Bait. & Susq. E. E. 

Co. 
BANK v. KENNEDY, 17 WaU. 19. 

Supreme Court; assignment of 
error; wlien objections must first 
be taken in the court below, a 

BANK V. XANIEB, 11 'Wall. 369. 

National banks; lieu on stock of | as 18 Wall. 594, Bullard v. Bank, 
their debtors, a I 

BANK, POMEKOY v. See Pomeroy u. Bank. 
BANK V. SUPEBVISOBS, 7 Wall. 88. 

Constitution ; tax by State on I a 9 Wall. 589, Thompson v. Pacific 
agency of national government. a\ R. R. 

BANK OE AXABAMA, BOYD v. See Boyd i). Bank oi Alabama. 



a 20 Wall. 418, Mays v. Fritton. 



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BANK OF AIAJBAMA v. DAITON, 9 H. BS9. 

Statutes of limitations; excep- 1 a 6 Wall. 542, Hanger v. Abbott, 
tions. a \ 

BANK QF ALABAMLA, DAKRENGTON V. See Darrington v. Bank of Alabama. 
BAI9K OF ALEXANDRIA v. DYER, 14 P. 144. 



a 2 H. 401, Rhodes u. Bfill. 
6 97 U. S. 637, Davie v. Briggs. 



District of Columbia; laws gov- 
erning, a 

Statute of limitations; "'beyond 
seas." b 

BANK OF ALEXANDRIA T. HERBERT, 8 Cr. 36. 

Bankruptcy ; assignee trustee for I a 96 U. S. 489, Casey v. Cavaroc. 
creditors, a | 

BANK OF ALEXANDRIA, PAGE V. See Page v. Bank of Alexandria. 

BANK OF ALEXANDRIA v. SWANN, 9 P. 45. • 

Negotiable paper; notice, a | a 10 P. 581, Dickens v. Beale. 
BANK OF ALEXANDRIA, YEATON t. See Xeaton v. Bank of Alexandria, 
BANK OF ALEXANDRIA, YOUNG y. See Young v. Bank of Alexandria. 
BANK OF AUGUSTA T. EARLE, 13 P. 584. 



Corporations; rights and pow- 
ers, a 
Riglits in other States. & 
Power of State to tax bijinks. c 
Comity, d 
Franchises ; how held, e 



a 14 P. 122, Kunsi-an v. Coster. 
6 4 H. 17, Tombigbee R. K. Co. 

V. Kneeland. 
a 6 H. 318, Planters' Banli v. 

Sharp, 
c 8 H. 79, Nathan v. Louisiana, 
a 9 H. 177, Perrine v. Chesapeake 

& 0. i). Canal 

Co. 
d 9 H. 413, Townsend v. Jemison. 
6 15 S. 4P0, McDonough v. Mur- 

dock. 
b 16 H. 325, Marshall v. Bait. & 

Oliio B. B. Co. 
b 18 H. 405, Lafayette Ins. Co. v. 

French. 
6 20 H. 231, Covington D ra w- 

bridge Co. v. 

Sheperd. 
a 21 H. 442, Pearce v. Mad. & Iiid. 

R. R. Co. 
b 1 Bl. 295, Ohio & Miss. R. R. v. 

Wheeler. 
6 8 Wall. 179, Paul v. Virginia. 
e 10 Wall. 51, People's Railr'd v. 

Memphis R. R. 
6 10 Wall. 415, Ducat v. Chicago. 
a 10 Wall. 651, Merchants' Bank u. 

State Bank. 
b 11 Wall. 429, St. Louis v. Ferry 

Co. 
6 12 Wall. 81, Railroad Co. v. 

Harris. 
6 20 Wall. 456, Ins. Co. v. Morse. 
6 94 U. S. 540, Doyle v. Continen- 
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BANK OF BETHEL v. PAHQUIOQUE BANK, 14 Wall. 3S3. 

National banks; receivers; powerl o 17 Wall. 21, Bank u. Ken nedj'. 
to sue. a 1 

BANK OF CINCINNATI, ESPY v. See Espy u. Bank ol Cincinnati. 

BANK OF COLUMBIA, FRENCH v. See French v. Bank of Columbia. 



BANK OF COLUMBIA v. LAWRENCE, 1 P. 678. 



Negotiable paper ; notice by 
mail; due tliligence. a 

Legality of protest and notice, a 
question of law for tlie conrt. & 



». 



a 2 P. 543, Bank of tlie U. S 
Carneal. 

0! 9 P. 33, Bank of Alexandria v. 
Swann. 

a 10 P. 578, Dickens v. Beall. 

a 2 H. 478, Bliett v. Poe. 

a 4 H. 21G, Carpenter v. Wash- 
ington Ins. Co. 

6 18 H. 517, Watson v. Tarpley. 

BANK OF COLUMBIA, MECH. BANK t. See Mech. Bank i). Bank of Col. 
BANK OF COLUMBIA v. OAKLEY, 4 TVU. 835. 



Contracts ; customs ; negotiable 
paper; notice, a 

U. S. courts; waiver of jury. 6 

Laws of tlie States restricting 
their jurisdiction under the Consti- 
tution, void, c 

Constitution ; due process of law. 
d 

Obligation of contracts ; power 
of Congress over corporations, e 

BANK OF COLUMBIA V. PATTERSON, 7 Cr. !899. 



a 12 Wh. 254, Ogden v. Saunders. 
a 4 H. 844, Harris v. Bobinson. 
6 12 Wall. 281, Kearney v. Case, 
c 20 Wall. 457, Ins. Co. v. Morse. 
dQ2 U. S. .554, U. S. u. Cruikshank. 
e 98 U. S. 605, U. S. v. Union Pac. 
E. R. Co. 



Corporations ; by what law gov- 
erned, a 
Contracts of ; seal, b 
Pleading ; general counts, c 



S. 



a 8 Wh. 347, Fleckner v. U 

Bank. 
6 9 Wh. 816, Osborn v. Bank of 

the U. S. 
6 12 Wh. 64, Bank of the U. S. v. 

Danridge. 
c 9 P. 562, Chesapeake and Ohio 

Canal v. Knapp. 
6 6 H. 318, Planters' B'k v. Sharp. 

BANK OF COLUMBIA, RENNEB v. See Renner v. Banj£ of Columbia. 
BANK OF COMMERCE v. NEW YORK, a Bl. 6aO.' 



Taxation by State of capital 
stock of banks ; exemption of U. 
S. bonds, a 

Constitutionality of State tax 
not determined by its form, but by 
subject on wliich burden is laid. 6 



a 2 Wall. 210, Bank Tax Cases. 
a 6 Wall. 48, Crandell U.Nevada. 
a 6 Wall. 629, Provident Inst. v. 

Massacliusetts. 
a 7 Wall. 24, The Banks v. The 

Mayor. 
a 13 Wall. 35, Low v. Austin. 
6 15 Wall. 272, State Freight Tax 

Case. 
6 97 Wall. 572, Cook v. Penn, 



BANK OF GEORGIA, BANK OF U. S. v. 

gia. 
BANK OF GEORGIA, BBEITHAUPT v. 



See Bank of U. S. v. Bank of Geor- 
See Breithaupt v. Bank of Georgia. 



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BANK OF HAMELTON V. DUDLEY, 8 P. 498. 



U. S. courts ; obligatory eB'ect of 
Stale decisions, a 



a 6 Wall. 630, Proviflent Inst, v- 
Massachusetts. 

a 6 "Wall. 641, Hamilton Co. v. 
Massachusetts. 

BANK OF GEORGIA v. HIGGINBOTTAM, 9 P. 60. 

MortgaKcsaiKl sales; difference, a | a 11 H. 392, Fowler v. Merrill. 
BANK OF INDIANA, POMEROY v. See Pdmeroy v. Bank of Indiana. 
BANK OF KENTUCKY, BRISCOE T. See Briscoe v. Bank of Kentucky. 
BANK OF KENTUCKY v. WISTER, 3 P. 333. 



(J 3 P. 431. BankConim. u. Wister. 

6 11 P. 324, Briscoe v.. Bank Com- 
monwealth. 

c 12 P. 491, Sibbald, exparte. 

d la P. 127, Smith v. Clapp. 

d! 5 H. 2S8, Phillips v. Preston. 

d 6 P. 36, Bank U. S. o. Sims. 

6 1.5 P. 303, Curran v. Arl^ansas. 

a 21 P. 85, Rice v. Minn. & North 
West'nR.E.Co. 

d 21 P. 576, White v. Vermont & 
Mass. K. R. Co. 

e 5 Wall. 678, Thompson «. Riggs. 

d 9 Wall. 391, Biishnell.w. Kennedy. 

e 92 U. S. 370, Scammon v. Kim- 
ball. 

BANK OF METROPOIilS, BRENT v. See Brent v. Bank of Metropolis. 
BANK OF THE METROPOLIS v. GUTTSCHAXCK, 14 P. 19. 



Jndo;ments ; reforming clerical 
errors, a 

Government; status as a con- 
•tractor. 6 

Power of court over its judg- 
ments, c 

Jurisdiction U. S. courts; "as- 
signees;" judiciary act, sec 11. d. 

General deposits with banks ; 
legal tender, e 



a 91 U. S. 361, Morsell v. First Nat. 

Bank. 
6 91 U. S. 418, First Unitarian Soc. 

V. Faulkner. 

a 3 H. 78, Henderson v. Anderson. 

a 4 H. 413, Smytli v. Strader. 

a 1 Wall. 173, Sweeney v. Easter. 



Mortgages ; interest of mortgagor. 
a 

Evidence ; proof of authority of 
signer of an instrument. 6 

BANK METROPOLIS V. JONES, 8 P, 

Negotiable paper ; party to can- 
not discredit by his own testimony. 
a 

BANK OF METROPOLIS, MOORE v. See Moore v. Bank of Metropolis. 
BANK OF THE METROPOLIS V. NETY ENGLAND BANK, 1 H. 334. 

Agency ; sub-agents, a 
Banks ; owners of negotiable 
paper mutually transmitted. 6 

BANK METROPOLIS T. NEYP ENGLAND BANK, 6 H. 335. 

Banks ; collections, a | a 96 U. S. 3-5, U. S. v. State Bank. 

BANK OF METROPOLIS, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Bank of the Metropolis. 
BANK MT. PLEASANT, SPRIGG v. See Sprigg v. Bank Mt. Pleasants 
BANK OF NEWBURY, BALDWIN v. See Baldwin 11. Bank of Newbury. 
BANK OF NORTH AMERICA, TURNER v. See Turner v. Bank of North 

America. 
BANK OF PITTSBURG v. NEAL, 33 H. 96. 



a 3 H. 769, Wilson v. Spiith. 
6 6 H. 225, Bank of Metropolis v. 
New England Bank. 



Negotiable paper ; rights of bona- 
fide holders, a 

Delivery in blank; power to fill 
up. 6. 



a 2 Wall. 121, Murray v. Lardner. 
6 4 Wall. 437, Davidson v. Lanier- 
a 9 Wall. 550, Michigan Bank v. 

Eldred. 
b 92 Wall. 331, Angle v. Mut. Life 

Ins. Co. 
a 94 U. S. 734, Collins v. Gilbert. 



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BAUK OF THE KBPUBLIC V. SULI^ABD, 10 WaU. 158. 

forged ill- I a 94 U. S. 344, t'irist Nat. Bank v. 



Negotiable paper ; 
dorsements. a 



Whitman. 



BANK OF TETTNESSEE v. HORN, 17 H. 1S7. 



Conflict of jnristliction ; Probate 
Courts, a 



a 23 H. 107, Green v. Creigliton. 
a 21 Wall. 2S2, Yonley v. Laven- 
der. 



BANK OF V. S. V. BANK OF GEORGIA, 10 Wh. 348. 

Pas'mouts on forged paper; re- 1 a 12 Wall. 193, Hoffman w. Banlv of 
covery back of amount paid, a | Milwaukee. 

BANK OF THE U. S. v. BEVERLEY, 1 H. 147. 

Ees adjudicata. a | a 22 H. 17, Parker v. Kane. 

BANK OF THE U. S. v. CARNEAX, Z P. 543. 



Negotiable paper; notice; due 
diligence, a 
Presentment and demand. 6 



a 10 P. 372, Dickens v. Beall. 
a 4 H. 344, Harris v. Robinson. 
6 8 Wall. 649, Cliicopee Bank v. 
Phil. Bank. 



BANK OF U. S. V. CORCORAN, 8 P. 181. 

Negotiable paper; notice; due I a 10 P. 573, Dickens ». Beall. 
diligence, a I 

BANK OF THE TJ. S. v. DANDBIDGE, 18 TTh. 64. 



Corporations, powers of ; offi- 
cers, a 
Contracts not under seal". 6 
Bonds; presumed acceptance, c 
Liability of corporations for acts 
of agents, d 

Official bonds; laches not impu- 
table to tlie U. S. e 

Public agents; presumptions as 
to autliority. f 



BANK OF THE U. 1 

Constitution; relation of the 
States to the gen'l government, a 

Contracts ; by what law govern- 
ed. 6 

Statute of limitations; rule of 
decision for the U. S. courts, c 

Mistakes in law. d 



a IP. 62, Minor v. Mech. Bank. 
6 7 P. 30. U. S. V. Fillebrown. 
a 13 P. 584, Bank of Aug. v. Earle. 
a 6 H. 318, Planters' Bankk o. 

Sharp. 
a 9 H. 177, Perrine v. Chesapeake 

& D. Canal Co. 
c 15 H. 1 53, Broome v. IT. S. 
d 18 H. 480, Bacon v. Robertson. 
a 5 Wall. 782, Super's v. Schenk. 
a 16 Wall. 217, Davis v. Gray, 
c 16 Wall. 364, McNitt v. Turner. 
d 18 Wall. 663, Jones v. U. S. 
e 19 Wall. 146, Carpenter v. Ban- 

nels. 
e 20 Wall. 250, Coruett». Williams 
e 92 U. S. 425, Clements u.Mache- 

bouef. 
a 99 U. S. 447, Keeley v. Sanders. 
/lOl U. S. 192, Steam Engine Co. 
V. Hubbard. 

DANIEI-, 18 P. 48. 

a 12 P. 720, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

b 1 H. 180, Bell ». Bruen. 

c 6 Wall. .537, Hanger v. Abbott. 

d 91 U. S. 50, Upton v. Trebilcock. 



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BANK OF THE U. S. V. DEVBATJX, 

Citizenship; suits in U. S. courts 

by coi-porations. a 

Nature of corporations. 6 

Act of 1839 (5 St. 32T); service in 

suits brouglit to enforce liens on 

land, c 



BAISK or THE U. S. v. DONAII.T, 

Virginia ; statute of limitations. 
a 

Contracts ; by what law govern- 
ed. 6 

Kule as to limitations, c 

BANK OF THE U. S. v. DUNN, 6 P 

Negotiable paper ; party to cannot 
discredit by his own testimony, a 
Parol evidence. 6 
CashiersoJbanlis; authority of. c 
Liability on negotiable paper, d 



BANK OF THE V. 
BANK OP THE C. 



ETTING V. 
, FINLBY V. 



6 Cr. 61. 

a 5 Cr. 57, Hope Ins. Co. v. Board- 
man. , 
a 8 Wh. 464. iSociety v: New Ha- 
ven. 
a 9 Wh. 804, Osborn v. Bank of 

the U. S. 
a 5 P. 479, Bank of the U. S. v. 

Martin. 
a 13 P. 384, Bank of Augusta v. 

Earle. 
a 2 H. 530, Louisville B. R. Go.b. 

Letson. 
a 16 H. 325, Marshall h. Biilt. and 

Ohio B. E. Co. 
6 18 H. 480, Bacon v. Robertson. 
a 20 H. 231, Covington Drawbridge 

Co. V. Sheperd. 
a 1 Bl. 29o, Ohio and Miss. B..R. 

0. Wheeler. 
a 8 Wall. 179, Paul v. Virginia. 
a 18 Wall. 575, Sewing Mach. Co. 

Case. 
a 93 U. S. 135, Claflin v. Houseman. 
c 93 U. S. 205, Ober v. Gallagher. 

8 P. 361. 

a 10 P. 596, Brent v. Bank of Wash- 
ington. 
6 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 
b 13 P. 378, Wilcox v. Hunt, 
c 9 H. 413, Townsend v. Jemison. 

. SI. 

a 8 P. 12, Bank of Metropolis v. 

Jones, 
a 11 P. 88, U. S. V. Lefler. 
a 12 P. 143, Scott v. Llovd. 
dloF. 390, U. S. M.B'k Metropolis. 
a 3 H. 78, Henderson v. Anderson. 
a 4 H. 413, Smyth v. Strader. 
a 5 H. 288, Phillips v. Preston. 
6 20 H. 447, Brown v. Wiley, 
c 21 H. 360, U. S. B. City Bank. 
a 1 Wall. 173, Sweeney v. Easter. 
6 94 U. S. 425, Davis v. Brown. 
6 95 U. S. 481, Brown v. Spoflfbrd. 

See Ettmg ii. Bank of the U. S. 
See Finley v. Bank of the U. S. 



BANK OF THE U. S., FIBCKNEB v. See Fleckner v. Bank of tjie U. S. 
BANK OF THE U. S., FUtLEBTON t. See Fnllerton i. Bank of the U. S. 
BANK OF THE U. S. V. GREEN, 6 P. 88. 

Certificates of division, a I a 7 H. 190, U. S. u. Chicago. 

I a 3 Wall. 254, Daniels v. R. E. Co. 



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BANK OF THE U. S, 

Circuit Courts XJ. S. ; iiow far 
they adopt State practice ; process 
acts, a 

Enforcing indgments, 6 



HAXSTEAD, 10 WTi. 51. 

a 6 P. 648, Boyle v. Zacharie. 



a 9P. 331, Beersu. Haugliton. 
a 13 P. 57, Eoss v. Duval, 
a 2 H. 611, McCracK-eu v. Hay- 
ward, 
a 6 H. 318, Plant. Bank ti. Sharp. 
a 2 B1.440, Ward v. Chamberlain. 
6 6 Wall. 194, Riggs u. Johnson. 
a 6 Wall. 490, U. S. v. Eckford. 

BANK OP THE V. S. v. HATCH, 6 P. 858. 

Negotiable paper ; bills, notice, a | a 22 Wall. 587, Boss «. Jones. 

BANK OF THE IJ. S. T. lEE, 13 P. 107. ' 



Settlement legally executed and 
recorded bj' citizen of "Virginia in 
tliat State good as against judg- 
ment of subsequent creditor in the 
District of Columbia, a 

When settlements valid. 6 

Estoppels in pais, c 

BANK OF THE U. S., MTLLS v. Se( 
BANK OF THE U. S. v. MOSS, 6 H. 

Judgments; power of court over 

after term, a 
U.S. courts; rules of decision. 6 
Suits by assignees of choses in 

action; sec. 11 of judiciary act. c 

BANK OF THE U. S., OSBOBNE v. 
BANK OF THE U. S. v. OWENS, a 

Usury, a 



a 14 H. 260, DeLane v. Moore. 
6 IS Wall. 147, Sykesw. Chadwick. 
c 96 U. S. 720, Morgan v. Bailroad 
Co. 



Mills V. Bank of the U. S. 
31. 

a 6 H. 274, Sheppard v. Wilson. 
6 13 H. 186, Coffee v. Planters' 

Bank, 
c 8 Wall. 396, Bradley v. Rhines. 
a 22 Wall. 245, French v. Hay. 

See Osborne v. Bunk of the U. S. 
P. 627. 
a 9 P. 378, Bank of the U. S. v. 

Waggener. 
a 18 Wall. 384, Tiffany u. Boatman 

Inst. 
a 97 U. S. 23. Hotel Co. v. Wade. 



BANK OF THE U. S. v. PLANTERS' BANK, 9 Wh. 904. 



What is a suit against a State, a 
Government and States ; con- 
tracts by. 6 

U. S. courts ; citizenship ; suits 
by assignees, c 



o 2 P. 318, Bank of K'yu. Wister. 
6 11 P. 259, Briscoe w. B'k Cora'th. 
6 2 H. 550, Louisville B.E. Co. ■«. 

Letson. 
5 15 H. 305, Curran v. Arkansas.' 
e 9 Wall. 393, Bushnell v. Ken- 
nedy. 



BANK OF THE U. S. v. RITCHIE, 8 P. 143. 



Wills ; payment of debts ; statutes 
of Maryland ; sale of land of minors 
and lunatics, a 

Judgments agahist administrator; 
to what degree they bind the heir. 6 



BANK OF THE U. S. 

Negotiable paper; presentment 
for payment at particular place, a 
Dennurrers to evidence. 6 



a 1 H. 147, Bank U. S. v. Bevely. 
6 7 H. 227, McLaughlin v. Bank of 
Potomac. 



SMITH, 11 Wh. 172. 

a 13 P. 143, Wallace u.McCoiMiell. 
6 20 H. 436, Suydam a. Williamson. 
h 22 Wall. 131, Pleasants v. Fant. 
a 100 U. S. 715, Coxv. Nat. Bank. 



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BANK OF THE U. S. T. THE U. 8., 8 H. 711. 



a 5 H. 394, Bank of U. S. v. U. S. 
b 96 U. S. 36, U. S. u. State Bank. 



X ep;otiable paper ; Maryland stat- 
ute, 1785, as to set-off. a 

V. S. ; liability as party to nego- 
tiable paper, b 

BATOC OF THE U. S., VOOBHEES v. See Voorhees v. Bank of the U. S. 

BANK OF THE U. S. v. WAGGENEK, 9 P. 378. 

Usnry. a | a 97 U. S. 23, Hotel Co. v. Wade. 

BANK OF THE U. S. v. 'VrEISIGEB, » P. 384. 



a 4 P. 366, Bank of ^he U. S. v. 

Tyler. 



Discharge from imprisonment of 
debtor under the act of January, 
1800. (2 St,,' 4.) a 

BANK OF THE U. S., WHITING T. See WhiUng v. Bank of the U. S. 

BANK OF THE U. S., WILtlAMS V. See Williams II. Bank of the U. S. 

BANK OF THE V. S., WINSHIP v. See -Winshipu. Bank of the U. S. 

BANK OF WASHINGTON, BBENT v. See Brent v. Bank of Washington. 

BAJfK OF WASH., McGKUDER v. See McGrader v. Bank of Washington. 

BANK OF WASHINGTON v. TKIPLETT, 1 P. !S5. 



Negotiable paper ; usages ; days 
of grace, a 
Jury; province of as to evidence. 6 



a 14 P. 318, Fowler v. Brantly. 

a 4 H. 324, Cookendorfer v. Pres- 
ton. 

6 1 Bl. 49, Weightman v. Wash- 
ington. 

BAJSfK OF WASHINGTON, WAXKBB v. See Walker v. Bank of Washington. 

BANK OF T^^EST TENNESSEE v. CITIZENS' BANK, 14 WaU. 9. 



Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State court ; Federal question, a 



a 14 Wall. 12, Palmer ». Marston. 
a 19 Wall. 577, Stevenson v. Will- 
iams. 

BANK FOB SAVINGS v. COLLECTOR, 3 WaU. 514. 



Banks ; deposits; what is capital 
stock, a 
Taxation of savings banks. & 

BANK TAX CASE, a Wall. 806. 

Constitution ; State tax on banks; 
investments in U. S. securities, a 

Constitutionality of State tax 
determined by the subject on whicli 
the burden is laid, ft 

"Capital stock" and "shares." c 

BAiatS, CARNBAI. v. See Carneal v. Banks. 
BAIfKS, ELDRED v. See Eldred -o. Banks. 
BANKS, KNAPP t. See Knapp v. Banks. 
BANKS V. MAYOR, 7 Wall. 24. 



a 6 Wall. 609, Society for Savings 

V. Coite. 
a 6 Wall. 627, Prov. Inst. v. Mass. 
6 17 Wall. 119, Oulton v. Sav. B'k. 

a 6 Wall. 629, Prov. Inst. t). Mass. 
a 7 Wall. 24, The Banks v. The 

Mayor. 
6 15 Wall. 272, St. Fr'ght Tax Cas. 
e 95 U. S. 687, Parrington v. Tenn. 
6 97 U. S. 572, Cook v. Penn. 



Constitution; tax by State on 
agency of Federal Government, a 



a 9 Wall. 589, Thompson v. Pacific 

Railroad. 
a 11 Wall. 208, Ins. Co. v. Treas'r. 

BANNING, JENKINS V. See Jenkins 1). Banning. 



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BAPTIST ASSOCIATION v. HART, 4 Wh. 27 

Cliaritable uses ; Statute 43 Eliz. 



BARBER V. BARBER, 21 H. 682. 

Marriage aiitl divorce ; domioil. a 
BARBER, tWITED STATES v. See United gtates v. Barber, 



a 3 P. 99, Inglis v. Trus. of Sailor's 

Snug Harbor. 
OS 2 H. 183, Vidal v. Ginird. 
a 9 H. 76, Wlieeler v. Smitli. 
a 17 H. 3S2, Fontain v. Ravenel. 
a 24 H. 501, Perin v. Carv. 
a 101 U. S. 366, Kaiii v. Gibboiiy. 

a 9 Wall. 124, Clieever v. "Wilson. 



BARBOUR, HOIiI.IN<JS"WORTH 
BARCIiAY T. -HOWrELI., 6 P. 498. 

Dedication to public uses, a 
Adverse possession ; presumption 

of conveyance. 6 
Deeds ; boundaries ; monuments.; 

c 



See HoUrngswortli v. Barbour. 



, s. 



a 10 P. 662, New Orleans v. U. 

6 11 P. 41, Ewing v. Burnett. 

& 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 

o 9 H. 25, Irwin v. Dixion. 

c 9 H. 467, Doe v. Mobile. 

a 14 H. 271, Vinoennes v. Indiana. 

c 23 Wall. 62, St. Claira. Lov's'ston. 
BARINGS, INS. CO. T. See Ins. Co. v. Barings. 
BARKER, LANCSSE v. See Lanusse v. Barker. 
BARKER, TJ. S. v. See U. S. ii. Barlcer. 

BABKSDALE, TTEATHEBHEAJD f. See Weatherhead v. Barlcsdale. 
BARNABT, BBITTAN v. See Brittan v. Barnaby. 
BARNARD v. ADAMS, 10 H. 270. 



General average, a 



BARNARD t. ASHLEY, 18 H. 43. 

Land office ; wlien its jurisdiction 
is not exclusive of that of the courts. 
a 

Commissioner ; autliority over the 
registers and receivers. 6 



BARNARD V. GIBSON, 7 H. 640. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a 



a 3 Wall. 370, McAnd.c.Thatch'r. 

a 9 Wall. 229, Star of Hope. 

a 12 Wall. 117, Fowler v. Katli- 

bones. 
a 92 U. S. 405, Hobson v. Lord. 

a 20 H. 7, Garland v. Wynn. 

a 22 H. 202, Lytle v. Arkansas. 

a 2 Bl. 558, Lindsay u. Hawes. 

a 13 Wall. 82, Johnson v. Tows- 
ley. 

6 19 Wall. 652, Warren v. Van 
Brunt 



a 2 Wall. 110, Humiston v. 
thorp. 

BARNARD, DILLON v. See Dillon v. Barnard. 
BARNARD v. KELLOGG, 10 WaU. 383 



Stain- 



Customs and usages, a 



BARNES, LEAVENWORTH CO 



a 13 Wall. 365, Robinson v. U. S. 
a 14 Wall. 603, The Delaware. 
a 100 U. S. 692, National Bank v 

Burkhardt. 
See Leavenwortli Co. v. Barnes. 



BARNES V. KAILBOADS, 17 WaU. 899 



Internal revenue; income tax. a 
Tax on dividends, and interest 
paid, b 



Ins. 



a 20 Wall. 329, Stockdalo v. 
Co. 

b 22 Wall. 631, Bailey u.R. E. Co. 

6 94 U. S. 620, Erkwine v. Mil- 
waukee R.R. Co. 

6 100 U. S. 658, Imp. Co. v. Hack. 

b 101 U. S. 550, E. B. Co. v. U. S. 



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BARNES, SAMPLE v. See Sample v. Bames. 
BARNES, WEST v. See West v. Barnes. 
BARNES V. WLLLIAMS, H Wh. 416. 



Vei'dict; defective findings. 

Mistrials, b 

Keversals by Supreme Court. 



a a 4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 

6 20 H. 441, Suydamu. Williamson. 
6 23 Wall. 162, Stickney v. Welt. 
6 91 U. S. 131, Bait. &"P. K. E. v. 
Trustees. 

BARNEY V. BALTIMORE, 6 TVall. 889. 

a 7 Wall. 110, Durant v. Essex 



Equity ; dismissal without preju- 
dice, a 

XJ. S. courts ; parties ; citizen- 
ship. 6 

Supreme Court; reversal for 
want of jurisdiction, c 



b 14 Wall. 



Co. 
94, Traders' Bank v. 
Campbell. 
17 Wall. 579, Horn a. Lockhart. 
93 U. S. 205, Ober v. Gallagher. 
h 97 U. S. 425, Kendig v. Dean. 
c 97 U. S. 456, Keith v. Clark. 
a 102 U. S. 563, Goodman v. Nib- 
lack. 

BARNEY, DeKRAETT v. See DeKrafft v. Barney. 
BARNEY V. DOLPH, 97 U. S. 658. 



Land laws ; execution and deliv- 
ery of patent; when ministerial, a 
Oregon land titles. 5 

BARNEY, HAWKINS T. See Hawkins v. Barney. 
BARNEY V. SCHMEIDER, 9 Wall. 348. 

Verdicts ; when the court can I a 95 U. S. 238, Ins. Co. u. Rodel 
direct a verdict, a I 

BARNEY V. WATSON, 93 U. S. 449. 

Kevenue ; suits against collectors 
to recover back duties, a 

BARNITZ V. CASEY, 7 Cr. 468. 

Wills ; effect of change of law on 
prior wills, a 

BARNUM, WHSON T. See WUson v. 
BARNWELL, CLARK v. See Clark i) 
BARR V. GRATZ, 4 W^h. 230. 

Refusal to continue a cause or 
grant new trial discretionary, and 
not assignable for error, a 

Seizin; possession. 6 

Joint tenancy; adverse posses- 
sion, c 

Deed 30 years old evidence, d 



a 101 U. S. 261, Simmons v. Wag- 

nei'. 
6 101 U. S. 507, Hall v. Russell. 



I a 101 U. S. 179, Wright v. Blackes- 
I lie. 

I a 16 H. 279, Carroll v. Carroll. 

Bamum. 
. Barnwell. 



1 P. 165, Wright v. Hollings- 
worth. 

P. 343, Clarke v. Courtaey. 

5 P. 430, Bradstreet v. Hunt- 
ington. 

11 P. 486, Peyton v. Stith. 

6 P. 124, Sicard v. Davis. 
6 P. 706, U. S. V. Arredondo. 
9 P. 63, Coulson v. Watson. 

10 P. 200. Boon v. Chiles. 

12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 

3 H. 687, Clymer v. Dawkins. 

4 H. 121, Browne v. Clarke. 

5 H. 223, Jones v. Van Zant. 

1 Wall. 598, Pomeroy v. Bank. 
3 Wall. 105, Sparrowu. Strong. 

13 Wall. 604, Ins. Co. v. Barton. 
a 100 U. S. 81, R. Co. w.Twombly. 



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BAKK V. LAPSiEY, 1 WTl. 151. 

Eqnitj- ; specific performance, a 

BARR£DA v. SIXSHEE, Zl H. 161. 

Contracts ; construction, a 
Wlieii question for tlie jury, b 



a 99 U. S. 200, Exp. Co. i».R. B. Co. 



a 5 Wall. 699, Nash v. Towne. 
6 17 Wall. 142, Goiklartl v. Foster. 
6 101 U. S. 270, West v. Smith. 



Constitution ; fifth amendment 
limitation on power of Federal Gov- 
ernment, a 

Retrospective legislation. 6 



BABREME, LITTIE v. See Little v. Barreme. 
BAKKETT, JOUKDAN v. See Jourdan v. Barrett. 
BAKBETT, 'WLLMAMSON v. See WUliamson v. Barrett. 
BABRON V. BALTIMORE, 7 P. 843. 

a 14 P. 586, Holmes v. Jennison. 

a 5 H. 432, Fox v. Ohio. 

6 10 H. 532, East Hartford v. Hart- 
ford Bridge Co. 

a 20 H. 87, Withers v. Buckley. 

a 5 Wall. 480, Pervear v. Com- 
monwealth. 

a 7 Wall. 324, Twitchell v. Com- 
monwealth. 

a 9 Wall. 278, Justices v. Murray. 

o 21 Wall. 557, Edwards v. Elliott. 

a 92 U. S. 552, U. S. v. Cruikshank. 

BARRON, BAILROAD CO. v. See Railroad Co. v. Barron. 
BAKROW, SHIELDS v. See Shields v. Barrow. 
BARROWS T. KINDRED, 4 WaU. 399. 



Ejectment ; 
judgment, n 



couclnsiveness of 



a 9 Wall. 599, Merryman v. 

Bourne. 
a 13 Wall. 715, Watson v. Jones. 
a 94 IT. S. 775, Hogan v. Ross. 



BARRT, EX PARTE, 9 H. 65. 

Supreme Ct.; habeas corpus 

BARRY V. COOMBE, 1 P. 640. 

Contracts ; statute of frauds, a 

BARRY v. FOYLES.'l P. 311. 

Jurisdiction ; waiver by appear- 
ance, a. 
Pleas iu abatement. 6. 

BARRY v. GAMBLE, 3 H. 5S. 

Missouri land titles; act 1824; 
when claim barred, a 

Spanish concession ; New Madrid 
certificates, b 

When land deemed appropriated, 
c 

BARRY, GUNN v. See Gunn v. Barry. 
BARRY v. MERCEIN, 5 H. 103. 

Supreme Court ; value of matter 
in dispute means a money value, a 
Appellate jurisdiction. 6. 



a ( a 93 U. S. 22, ex parte Parks, 
a I a 95 U. S. 456, Williams u. Morris. 



a 12 P. 300, Toland v. Sprague. 
6 13 P. 307, Moore v. Bank of Me- 
tropolis. 

a 4 H. 456. Les Bois v. Brarael. 
6 8 H. 301, Mills v. Stoddard. 
6 12 H. 72, Lessienr v. Price, 
c 6 Wall. 1.50, Rector v. Ashley, 
c 9 Wall. 197, Frisbie v. Whitney. 
6 19 Wall. 633, Mackay v. Easton. 
b 92 U. S. 712, Hot Springs Cases. 



a 2 Bl. 714, DeKrafft v. Barney. 
b 1 Wall. 251, ex parte Vallandig- 

ham. 
6 3 Wall. 2.54, Daniels «. R. R. Co. 
a 92 U. S. 361, Pottsw.Chuinasero. 
b 94 U. S. 259, U. S. v. Young. 



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BAKTEMEYEK v. IOWA, 18 Wall. 189. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 1 a 97 U. S. 33, Beei- Co. v. Massa- 
ti-acts ; police power, a. \ chusetts. 

BABTH V. CUSE, 18 Wall. 400. 

Snpi-eme, Conrt; assignnaent of I a lOlU. 3.112, Meguirep. Corwine. 
immatei-iiil errors, a | a 101 U. S. 397, Whitney ».Wyman. 

BABTLETT T. KASTE, 16 H. 263. 



Revenue; collection of duties; 
acts 1S42, 1846 ; undervaluation, a 
Appraisers. 6 



a 18 H. 524, Stairs v. Peaslee. 
6 24 H. 522, Belcher v. Linn. 
6 10 Wall. 453, Kimball u. Collector. 



BARTI/ETT, PRINCE v. See Prince v. BarUett. 
BAKTON, FLOBINTINB v. See Florlntine v. Barton. 
BARTON V. POBSYTH, S Wall. 198. 

Supreme Court; writ of error un- 1 a 10 Wall, 
der sec. 22 of judiciary act. a \ 

BARTON, HANRICK v. See Hanrick v. Barton. 

BARTON, INS. CO. V. See Ins. Co. v. Barton. 

BASEY V. GALI.AGHEB, 80 WaU. 680. 



291, Slaughter-house 
Cases. 



U. S. courts ; equity and law must 
be preserved distinct, a 
Issues out of chancery. 6 
Mining ; right of possession, c. 

BASSETT T. U. S., 9 Wall. 38. 

Judgments ; control of court over 
during the terra, a 

Findings of facts; review of by 
Supreme Court; bills of exception. 
6. 



BASSETT, U. S. 



a 99 U. S. 381, Van Korden v. 

Morton. 
6 101 U. S. 252, Watt v. Starke. 
c 101 U. S. 276, Broderj). Water Co. 

a 18 Wall. 167, ex parte Lange. 
6 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. u.Folsom. 
b 19 Wall. 72, Crews ». Brewer. 
6 21 Wall. 100, Ins. Co. v. Sea. 
6 98 Wall. 443, The Abbotsford. 
a 101 Wall. 752, Goddard ». Ord- 
way. 



See U. S. 1!. Basaett. 
BATES V. COE, 98 U. S. 31. 

Patent law; "first inventor." a I a 101 U. S. 660, Imhanserw.Buerk. 
Combinations ; novelty. 6 I 6 102 U. S. 104, Parks v. Bootli. 

BATES V. ELIilNOIS CEN. R. R. CO., 1 Bl. 804. 

Public lands; survey and sale of I a 7 Wall. 289, E. K. Co. v. Schur- 
<^ I mur. 

BATES CO., HABSHMAN T. See Harshman v. Biites Co. 
BATESVLLI/E INST. v. KAtTEEMAN, 18 WaU. 155. 

War; suspension of the statute 
of limitations, a 

Equitable raoi'tgage ; passes by 
assignment of the debt. 6 

BATH CO. V. AMY, 13 Wall. 847. 

U. S. courts ; mandamus, a 



a 22 Wall. 587, Eoss v. Jones. 
b 93 U. S. 207, Ober v. Gallagher. 



BATSON, HOWARD v. 



a 15 Wall. 428, Graham «. Norton. 
a 19 Wall. 660, Heine v. Levee. 

Commissioners. 
a 102 Wall. 196, Greene County v. 

Daniel. 
See Howard v. Batson. 



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BATTIN V. TAGGEKT, 17 H. 80. 

Patent law; patents shonld be 
construed liberally, a 

Commissioner; surrender of old 
and issuing new patent. 6 

BATTON, TJ. S. v. See U. S. v. Batton. 

BATTY, McNIILTY v. See McNulty v. Batty. 



fl! 9 "Wall. 795, Rubber Co. u. Good- 
year. 
6 11 Wall. 544, Seyniour». Osborne. 



BAYAKD, SCHIMMELPENNICH v. 
BAYARD T. liOMBAKD, 9 H. 630. 

Supreme Court ; practice ; how 
regulated, a 

To what judgments writ of error 
will lie. 6 

U. S. courts ; process acts ; lien 
of judgments, c 

BAYXEY V. GIIEEISI.EAJP, 7 Wh. 46. 

Equitable titles ; prior in time 
prior in right, a 

Bona-fide purchasers ; latent equi- 
ties ; choses in action. 6 



See Schimmelpennicli v. Bayard. 

a 18 H. 61, Graham v. Bayne. 
6 18 H. 109, Curtis v. Petitpain. 
c 7 Wall. 217, Brown v. Pierce. 



a 10 P. 210, Boon v. Chiles. 

6 17 H. 612, Judson v. Corcoran. 



BAYNE, GRAHAM v. See Graham v. Bayne. 
BAYNE V. U. S., 93 V. S. 648. 



a 96 U. S. 35, U. S. v. State Bank. 



U.S.; recoverybackof money il- 
legally received from a disbursing 
officer, a 

BEALE, DICKENS v. See Dickens i). Beale. 
BEAIX, I/ENDENBEKGEB v. See Lindenberger «. Beall. 
BEAXS V. HALE, 4 H. 51. 

Statutes; repeal by implication; I a 97 U. S. 543, Welch v. Cook. 
I'cpugnancy. a \ 

BEAN V. BECKWITH, 18 TVaU. 514. 

False imprisonment, a | a 98 U. S. 266, Beckwith v. Bean. 

BEAKD V. FBDEBY, 3 WaU. 493. 



California ; Mexican titles ; pow- 
ers of tlie commissioners under the 
act of 1852. (9 St. 634.) a 

Conflrmations; to whose benefit 
they inure. 6 

Patents on imperfect claims, c 

BEAKD, LeKOY v. See LeEoy «. Beard, 
BEASTON V. FARMERS' BANK, 18 P. 108, 

Attachments; jurisdiction, a 
U. S. ; priority of. 6 



a 11 Wall. 457, Header v. Norton. 
6 13 Wall. 496, Carpentier v. Mont- 
gomery. 
c 17 Wall. 265, Heushaw v. Bissell. 



BEATTY T. KURTZ, » P. 566. 

Dedication, a 
Burial ground. 6 
Devises to pious uses before there 
is a grantee, c 



a 13 P. 143, Wallace v. McConnell. 
a 13 P. 584, B'k of Aug'ta v. Earle. 
b 92 U. S. 621, Lewis v. D. S. 



a 6 P. 431, Cincinnati v. White. 
6 17 H. 382, Fontain v. Ravenel. 
c 95 TJ. S. 313, Quid v. Washington 
Hospital. 



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BBATY V. KNOWI-EB, 4 P. 165. 

Corporations; powers of; con- 
struction of ciiartei's. a 

Constitution ; ri^lit of citizens of 
different States to sue in U. S. 
courts. 6 

BBAUBIEN V. BEAUBIEN, 83 H. 190. 

Eqnit3'; relief for fraud; liow it I a 16 Wall.29. VoorheesB.Bonestell. 
must be alleged, a I a 101 U. S. 140, Wood v. Cai-penter. 

BEAUKEGARD v. NEW OBtEANS, 18 H. 497. 



a 11 P. 420, Charles River Bridge 
V. Warren Bridge, 
fls 6 H. 318, Planters' B'k v. Sliarp. 
6 18 H. 336, Dodge v. Woolsey. 



Jurisdiction, a 

U. S. courts ; when they will fol- 
low the decisions of State courts in- 
volving title to lands, b 

BEAVER V. TAYtOB, 1 WaU. 637. 

Evidence ; res gestce. a 
Instructions. 6 
Exceptions, c 



a 22 H. 11, Parker ®. Kane. 

6 24 H. 434, Suydara v. Williamson. 

b 102 U. S. 655, Barrett v. Holmes. 



a 8 Wall, 
6 20 Wall. 
6 95 U. S, 

c 98 U. S. 
b 101 U. S. 



BECKWITH, BEAN v. See Bean v. Beokwith. 
BECKWITH V. TAtBOT, 96 V. S. 889. 

Statute of frauds ; memoran- I a 99 D. S. 
dum. a I 

BEDFORD, PABSONS V. See Parsons v. Bedford. 
BEEBE, HAM.BTT T. See Hallett v. Beebe. 
BEEBE V. EUSSBLt, 19 H. 884. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a 



408, Ins. Co. V. Mosley. 

162, Ins. Co. ». Baring. 

, 301, Transpoi-tation L. 

V. Hope. 
284, Beckw^itli v. Bean. 
149, Worthington v. 

Mason. 



112, Grafton v. Cum- 
mings. 



BEEB CO. V. MASSACHUSETTS, 97 

Police power of the States, a 



BEEBS V. HAUGHTON, 9 P. 389. . 

Insolvent laws ; discliarge of debt- 
or, a 

Process in U. S. courts ; authority 
to make rules regulating, b 

Constitution; obligation of con- 
tracts ; remedy, c 

U. S. courts; lien of judgments; 
when laws of the State furnish a 
rule of decision, d 

State legislation cannot control 
judgments of Federal courts, e 



a 19 H. 288, Fi),rrelly v. Woodfolk. 
a 2 Wall. 110, Humiston v. Stain- 
thorp. 
a 12 Wall. 98, French K.Shoemak'r. 

V. S. 85. 

a 97 U. S. 504, Patterson v. Ky. 
a 97 U. S. 669, Fertilizing Co. v. 

Hyde Pai'k. 
a 101 U. S. 818, Stone v. Miss. 



a 12 P. 234, Lyon v. Anchencloss. 
b 13 P. 57, Ross V. Duval. 
b 14 P. 301, U. S. V. Knight. 
1 H. 304, Duncan v. Darst, 
c 6 H. 318, Planters' B'k v. Sharp. 
a 2 Bl. 436, Ward v. .Chamberlain, 
c 4 Wall. 553, Van Hoffman v. 

Quincy. 
e 6 Wall. 195, Riggs v. Johns. Co. 
6 6 Wall. 758, Smith v. Cockrill. 



BEEBS, PEOPI.E'S INS. CO. v. See People's Ins. Co. .. Beers 
BEGGS, COLLECTOB V. See Collector ,„. Beggs. 



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BEEN V. HEATH, 6 H. 849. 

Husbanil and wife ; suit by wife, a 1 
Equity ; fraud. 6 

BELCHER V. lilTfN, 84 H. 581. 

Customs; entries; appraisers, a 



BEIFAST, THE, t TVaU. 684. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; naviga- 
ble rivers, a 

Maritime liens. 6 

Suits in personam ; attachments ; 
juriscUction of State courts to en- 
force liens, c 

Marine contracts and torts. A 

Remedies of shipper for loss, e 



BELI. V. BKUETf, 1 H. 169. 

Letters of guaranty, a 
Contracts; by what law gov- 
erned. 6 
Error ; waiver, c 

BELT., HOPKXRK v. See Hopkirk v 
BELL V. MOKBISON, 1 P. 351. 

Statutes of limitation ; construc- 
tion, a 

U. S. courts ; when they will fol- 
low decisions of State tribunals, h 

Limitations; new promise, c 

Depositions, d 

Partners ;• admissions after disso- 
lution, e 



a 21 H. 583, Barber v. Barber. 
h 19 Wall. 263, Kitchen ■e. Tlay- 
burn. 

a 10 Wall. 453, Kimball v. Collect- 
or. 
a 23 Wall. 402, Donovan «. U. S. 

25, The Eagle. 

210, The Kalorama. 
, 29, Ins. Co. V. Dun- 
ham. 

188, Leon v. Galveran, 

242, ex parte McNoel. 

384, Penny wit U.Eaton 

531, Steamboat Co. v. 
Chase. 

218, The Lottowana. 

556, Edwards v. El- 
liott. 

316, The Atlas. 

366, Norton v. Svvitzer. 
43, U. S. V. Ames. 

119, Schoonmaker v. 
Gil mo re. 

a 2 H. 445, Lawrence ». McCal- 

raont. 
6 19 H. 392, Buckley «. Honald. 
c 97 U. S. 583, Newcomb v. Wood. 

Bell. 



a 
b 
a 


8 Wall 

10 Wall 

11 Wall 


c 
d 
c 
c 


11 Wall 
13 Wall 

15 Wall 

16 Wall 


c 
c 


20 Wall 

21 Wall 


e 
c 
c 
a 


93 U. S. 

93 U. S. 

99 U. S. 

102 U. S 



a 3 P. 45, Willison v. Watldns. 

6 a P. 128, Inglis r. Sailor's Snug 
Harbor. 

c 6 P. 91, Moore v. Bank of Co- 
lumbia. 

d 11 H. 392, Fowler v. Merrill. 

a 13 Wall. 256, U. S. v. Wilder. 

e 91 U. S. 169, Hall v. Lanning. 



BEIX V. BAILBOAB CO., 4 Wall. 601 

Municipal corporations; sub- 
scriptions to railroads ; powers, a 

Demurrers; pleading over ; waiv- 
er, b 

BELI/, BAXSTON v. See Balston v. Bell. 
BELL, SMITH v. See Smith v. Bell. 
BELOIT V. MOBGAN, 7 WaU. 619. 

Municipal aid to railroads; con- 
ditions in acts authorizing; recitals 
in bonds ; estoppel ; bona-flde pur- 
chasers, ft 

Kes judicata, b 

When judgment a bar. c 



a 11 Wall. 105, New Albany v. 

Bnrke. 
6 93 U. S. 553, Stanton u.Embrey. 



a 9 Wall. 414, Mayor u. Lord. 

6 20 Wall. 142, Tioga E.R. v. Bloss- 

burg & C. R. E. 
c 91 U. S. 533, Gould v. Evansville 

R. R. 



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BEIOIT, MORGAN v. See Morgan v. Belolt. i 

BENBOW V. IOWA CITY, 7 Wall. 313. 

a 98 U. S. 398, U. S. v. New Orleansj 



Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads; maudamus by IT. S. courts 
to compel levy of a tax to pay judg- 
ment, a 

BEND V. HOYT, 13 P. 863. 

Duties on silk stockings, a 
Suits against collectors ; volun- 
tary payment; recovery bank of 
taxes, b 
Statutes ; construction of. c 
Removal of suits against collect- 
ors, d 



a 13 P. 293, Hai-dy v. Hoyt. 
6 3 H. 239, Gary v. Curtis. 
6 4 H. 331, Bankin v. Hoyt. 
c 7 H. 790, Lawrence v. Allen. 
d 5 Wall. 542, Ins. Co. «. BitchieJ 
6 5 Wall. 732, Phila. w. Collector.* 
6 7 Wall. 128, Nicholls u. U. S. ■ 
6 12 Wall. 209, State Tonnage Tax 

b 22 Wall. 639, Bailey v'. E. R. Co, 
6 98 U. S. 544, E.B. Co.«. Com'rs. 



BENEDICT, WILXIAMB v. See WiUiams v. Benedict. 
BENHAM, TAYLOR v. See Taylor v. Benham. 
BBNNER V. PORTER, 9 H. 836. 

Ten-itoi'ial courts ; effect of admis- 
sion as State on suits pending, a 

Constitution and laws of the 
Union in force as soon as admission 
takes place, b 

Judicial power of the U. S. c 



BENNETT v. BUTTEBWORTH, 

Supreme Court; value of matter 
in dispute, u, 

BENNETT v. BUTTERWORTH, 11 H. 674 

U. S. courts ; equity and common a 18 

law jurisdiction must be kept dis- 6 20 

tinct ; State codes, a a 20 

Supreme Court ; to i-everse, error a 21 

must appear on the record. 6 a 23 

When bill of exceptions unneces- a 1 
sai-y. c 6 1 



a 10 H. 77, Mclfulty v. Batty. 
6 14 H. 235, Calkin v. Cocke, 
c 17 H. 531, U. S. V. Eiitchie. 
a 2 Wall. 173, Freeborn v. Smith. 
a 12 Wall. 153, Baker v. Morton. 
a 13 Wall. 447, Clinton v. Eiigle- 

brecht. 
a 98 U. S. 154, Reynolds v. U. S. 

8 H. 184. 

a 20 H. 463, Stinson v. Dousman. 



c 3 

a 6 

c 10 

6 16 
6 91 

a 99 



H. 01, Graham v, Bayne. 

H. 433, Suydamj). Williamson 

H. 525, McFaul k. 'Ramsey. 

H. 482, Fenn v. Holme. 

H. 486, Green v. Custard. 

B1.314. Faiiii v. Tesson. 

Wall. 600, Poraeroyu.Bankof 
Indiana. 

Wall. 661, Rogers v. Burling-™ 
ton. 

Wall. 137, Thompson v. R. E. 
Go's. 

Wall. 261, New Orleans R. E. 
V. Morgan. 

Wall. 386, Ins. Co. v. Piaggio. 

U. S. 130, Bait. & P. R. R. », 
Trustees. 

U. S. 380, Van Norden v. Mor- 
ton. 



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BBITNBTT v. 

Tax sales. 



HUNTER, 

a 



9 Wall. 386. 



a 18 "Wall. 550, Tacey «. Irwin. 
a 22 Wall. 274, Hampton v. Rouse. 
a 99 U. S. 186, Atwood ». Weems. 



BENNETT, OAKEY x. See Oakey u. Bennett. 
BENTLEY T. COYNE, 4 Wall. 518. 

Collision ; rules of navigation, a | a 9 Wall. 425, The Fairbanks. 

BEKBIIIDA, THE, 3 WaU, 543. 

Blockade ; violation of. a | a 5 Wall. 54, The Peterlioff. 

BERNAX, LYNCH V. See Lrynch v. Bernal. 
BERRY, CLEMENTS v. See Clements v. Berry. 
BERRY, W^IXLIAMSON v. See WilUamson v. Berry. 
BEST, WALLER v. See Waller v. Best. 
BETHEL V. DEaiARET, 10 Wall. 637. 



Supreme Court ; writ of ei-ror to 
State courts ; Federal question ; gen- 
eral questions of public law grow- 
ina: out of the civil war. a 



BETHEL V. MATHEWS, 13 Wall. 8. 

Supreme Court: review of find- 1 
ings of facts, a \ 

BETSEY, THE, GLASS v. See Glass v 

BETSEY AND CHARLOTTE, THE, 

Admiralty jurisdiction, a 
Trial must be by court, b 
(But see act of 1875, 18 St. 315.) 



a 13 Wall. 433, WestTenn. Banku. 
Citizens' Bank. 

a 14 Wall. 10, Bankof West Temi. 
V. Bank of La. 

a 19 Wall. 577, Stevenson v. Will- 
iams. 

a 92 U. S. 130, Rockhold v. Rock- 
hold. 

a 92 U. S. 287, N. Y. Life Ins. Co. 
V. Heudrew. 

a 93 U. S. 589, U. S. v. Thompson. 

a 98 U. S. 333, Bank u. McVeigh. 

a 18 Wall. 2.52, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 



V. The Betsey. 
4 Cr. 443. 

a 7 Cr. 112, Whelen«. U. S. 
h 8 Wh. 391, The Sarah, 
a 6 H. .378, N. J. Steam Nav. Co. 
V. Merch. Bank. 
a 7 Wall. 638, The Belfast. 
6 8 Wall. 26, The Eagle. 
h 99 D. S. 374, U. S. v. Winchester. 



a 15 Wall. 350, U. S. v. Thomas. 
6 16 Wall. 581, Malbrun v. Babbitt. 
6 93 U. S. 147, Hendrick v. Lind- 
say. 



BEVANS V. V. S., 13 WaU. 66. 

Public officers; bonds; liability 
of sureties ; forcible taking of money 
by the enemy, a 

When the court can direct a ver- 
dict, b 

BEVANS, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Bevans. 
BEVEL Y, PETER v. See Peter v. Bevely. 

BEVERLEY, BANK OP THE U. S. v. See Biink of the U. S. 1). Beverley. 
BEVERLEY, MARSHALL v. See Marshall v. Beverley. 
BLAYS V. CHES. INS. CO., 7 Cr. 416. 

Marine insurance; total loss; I a 1 Wh 224 Morcau «. Ins. Co. 
abandonment, a | a 19 Wall. 643, Ins. Co. t-. Fogarty 



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BEDDtB, GBEEN V. See fireen v. Biddle. 
BIGEIOIV T. FORBBST, 9 Wall. 339. 

U. S. coints; removal of causes ; 
act March 3, 1863. a 

Void anil voidable judgments ; 
jurisdiction. 6 

Confiscation, c 



a 10 Wall. 25, McKee v. Bains. 
a 10 Wall. 224, Bniun v. Saui-wein. 
6 18 Wall. 175, ex parte Lange. 
c 18 Wall. 160, Day v. Micou. 
c 20 Wall. 115, Confiscation Cases. 
c 91 U. S. 27, Semmes v. U. S. 
c 92 U. S. 211, Wallach». VanEis- 

wick. 
6 93 U. S. 283, Windsor©. McVeigh^ 

See Seaver v. Bigelows. 



a 93 U. S. 89, Kitchen v. Bandolph.i 



BIGBtOWS, SEAVER T, 

BIGLBB V. WAXiEB, 19 'Wall. 149. 

Supersedeas, a | 

BIGI.BR V. WAI.I.BR, 14 "WaU. 308. 

Mortgage with power of sale-. a \ a 97 U. S. 77, Shillaber v. Robinson. 
BIIXINGS, PEOVIDENCB BANK V. See ProTidenoe Bank v. Billings. 
BINDtEY, EYAN T. See Byan v. Bindley. 
BINGHAM V. CABOT, 3 Ball. 19. 

Jurisdiction U.S. courts; citizen- a 4 Dall. 7, Turner w. Enville. 

ship, a a 4 Dall. 22, Course v. Stead. 

Suits by assignees; sec. 11 of ju- a 1 Cr. 343, Abercrombie«>. Dupuis- 

diciary act. b a 2 Cr. 1, Wood u. Wagnon. 

o 8 P. 112, Brown v. Keene. 

6 6H. 36, Bank of U. S. J). Moss, 
a 19 H. 402, Dred Scott w. Sandford 

a 9 Wall. 565, Hornthall v. CoUec, 

a 3 Wall. 103, Spari'ow v. Strong. 



BINGHAM V. MORRIS, 7 Cr. 99. 

Supreme Conrt; motion to docket; I 
motion to dismiss underEule 9. a \ 

BINGHAMTON BRIDGE, 3 Wall. 71. 

Constitution ; obligation of eon- a 13 Wall, 
tracts; power of State legislatures a 16 Wall, 
over charters of corporations, a a 95 U. S. 

BINNS, KINGO V. See Ringo i;. Binns. 
BIRD, GUNNELI, v. See Gunnell v. Bird. 
BIRD OB PARADISE, THE, 5 Wall. 545. 

a 7 Wall. 
a 9 Wall. 



Shipping; lien of shippers for safe 
transportation, u, 



a 14 Wall, 

BIEDSAXL V. COOLIDGE, 93 U. S. 64. 

Patent law ; profits, a | a 97 U. S. 

BIRTH, GREENLEAF v. See Greenleaf v. Birth. 
BISCHOEE V. WETHERBD, 9 W^all. 814. 

Patent lavv ; technical terms ; I a 11 Wall, 
scientific witnesses ; experts, a | a 13 Wall. 

BISHOP, STOCKTON v. See Stockton v. Bishop. 

BISSEtt, HENSHAW v. See HensUawu. Bissell. 



214, Penn. College Cases 
249, Humphrey v. Peques 
689, ^ai-rington v. Tenn. 



642, The Belfast. 
450, The Maggie Ham- 
mond. 
596, The Delaware. 

360, Marsh v. Seymour. 



546, Seymour «. Osborne 
456, Tucker v. Spalding. 



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County bonds in aid of railroad ; 
recitals ; bona-flde holders ; estop- 
pels, a 

Corporations; contracts; estop- 
pel. 6 

Katification by legislature, c 



BlSSELt V. JEFFERSONVrLlE, 84 H. 888. 

a 2 Bl. 725, Mwan v. Miami Co. 

a 3 Wall. 667, Rogers v. Burl. 

a 4 Wall. 277, Larned v. Bnrl. 

a 5 Wall. 783, Siiperv. t-. Schencl^. 

a 7 Wall. 413, R.R. Co. r. Howard 

b 10 Wall. 645, Merchants' Bank v. 
State Bank. 

a 13 Wall. 305, Pendleton Co. v. 
Amy. 

a 14 Wall. 296, Lexington u. Butler 

c 16 Wall. 663, St. Joseph Town- 
ship V. Rogers. 

a 92 U. S. 492, Coloma v. Eaves. 

a 92 U. S. 500, Venice v. Murdock. 

a 99 U. S. 96, Hackett v. Ottowa. 



BISSEi:.r V. PBafROSB, 8 H. 317. 

Missouri land titles ; concessions ; 
reservation of land fi'om sale, a 

Title by way of estoppel and in- 
urement. 6 

When confirmee takes a title on 
which he can maintain ejectment, c 

Sale of imperfect Spanish title ; 
when legal title passes, d 

Wlien legal title passes by act of 
Congress, e 

Surveys ; locating concessions, f 



BLACK, LEDOtrX v. 

BXACK, TOTING T. See Young v. Black. 

BI,ACK v. ZACHABIE, 3 H. 495. 



a 8 H. 301, Menard t>. Massey. 
6 10 H. 369, Landes u. Brant, 
c 18 H. 411, Stanford v. Taylor, 
c 19 H. 334, Bryan v. Fofsyth. 
6 21 H. 302, Morehouse v. Phelps. 
d 24 H. 364, Massey v. Papin. 
e 1 Bl. 189, Carondelet v. St. Louis, 
c 8 Wall. 661, Maguirc v. Tyler. 
c 17 Wall. 280, 'I'yler v. Maguire. 
6 19 Wall. 146, Carpenter v. Ran- 

nels. 
6 22 Wall. 261, Cormoyeru. Schaef- 

fer. 
/ 98 U. S. 212, Snyder v. Sickles. 
See Ledoux v. Black. 



Supersedeas, u, | a 21 Wall. 30, Jerome v. McCarter. 

BI.ACKBtJBN V. CBA'WrOKD, 3 WaU. 175. 



Judgment ; when an estoppel 
Instructions. 6 



a 13 Wall. 474, CaujoUc v. Ferrie. 

a 15 Wall. 57, Kearney v. Denn. 

6 20 Wall. 162, Ins. Co. v. Baring. 
BLACKrOBD, W1L.SON v. See 'Wilsoii v. Blackford. 
BliACKLEDGE, OGDBN v. See Ogden v. Blackledge. 

BliACE BXVEB IKON CO., KOEHXEE v. See Koehler v. Black River Iron Co. 
BliACKSaHTH, FELI-OWS v. See Fellows v. Blacksmith. 
BtACKTVEIX, THE, 10 Wall. 18. 

Admiralty; salvage ; lien for. a | a 101 U. S. 387, The Sabine. 

BIAINE V. THE CHARLES CARTER, 4 Dall. 88. 

Supreme Court ; appellate juris- 1 a 5 Wall. 579, Jones v. La Vallette. 
diction by writ of error, a I 

BLAINE V. THE CHARLES CARTER, 4 Cr. 388. 

Jurisdiction ; judgments void and I a 10 P. 469, Voorliees v. Bank U. S. 
voidable, a 1 

BLAIR V. MILLER, 4 DaU. 81. 

Supreme Court U. S.; return of I a 4 Cr. 181, Wood v. Lide^ 
writ of error. ' a I 



a 99 U. S. 506, Gi'igsby v. Purcell. 



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BLAIBEAU, SHIP, MASON v. See Mason v. Ship Blaireau. 

BXiAEJE:, hughes v. See Hughes v. Blake. 

BI.AKE, LOUGHBOROUGH V. See Loughborough v. Blake. 

BI.AUC, COUSIN V. See Cousin v. Blanc. 

BtAI^^C V. LAFAYETTE, 11 H. 104. 

Louisiana land titles; incomplete I a 11 H. 124, Leoompte v. U. S. 
grants, a \ 

BLANCHARD v. BROWN, 3 WaU. 845. 

Ejectment ; conclusiveness of | a 4 Wall. 176, Sturdy e. Jacliaway. 
verdicts, a 



I a94 U. S. 775, Hogau v. Kurtz. 



BliANCHARD, GRAY v. See Gray v. Blanehard. 
BLANCHABD v. PUTNAM, 8 Wall. 426. 

Patent law ; infringement, a 

Defense of "prior invention." 

Bufden of proof, c 
BLAND, McNUTT v. See McNutt v. Bland. 
BLATCHFORD, COAl CO. v. See Coal Co. v. Blatchford 
BLIGHT, FISHER v. See U. S. V. Fisher. 
BLIGHT T. ROCHESTER, 7 Wh. 500. 



a 11 Wall. .559, Seymour u. Osborne. 
6 95 U. S. 215, Koeraer v. Simon, 
c 98 U. S. 49, Bates v. Coe. 



Obligatory force of decisions of 
State courts on U. S. courts, a 

Adverse possession ; estoppel to 
deny title. 6 

Bona-fide purcliasers. c 

Vendor and vendee ; relation of 
landlord and tenant does not exist 
between, d 



a 12 Wli. 164, Jackson v. Clievv. 

6 3 P. 43, AVillison v. Watkins. 

6 4 P. 480, Society, &c., v. Pawlet. 

6 5 P. 430, Bradstreet v. Hunting- 
ton. 

6 6 P. 369, Hughes v. Clarksville. 

b 10 P. 180, Boone v. Cliiles. 

6 3 H. 687, Clvmer v. Dawkins. 

6 4 H. 294, Zeller v. Eckert. 

c 5 Wall. 287, Croxall b. Shererd. 

d 9 Wall. 293, Burnett v. Cald- 
well. 

d 9 Wall. 600, Merry man o. 
Bourne. 

b 21 Wall. 488, Grossholtz v. New- 
man. 



BLIVEN V. NEW ENGLAND SCREW CO., 83 H. 431. 



Customs, a 

Court and jury ; construction of 
writings, b 
Direction to flud a verdict, c 



BLOOMER V. McQueen, 14 h. 539. 

Patent law ; extension of patent ; 
rights of licensees, a 
Vendees. 6 



a 1 Wall. 471, Ins. Co. u. Wright. 
a 5 Wall. 679, Tliompson v. 

Kiggs. 
6 17 Wall. 142, Goddard B.Foster, 
c 18 Wall. 251, Ins.Co. v. Folsom. 
a 23 Wall. 503, Moran v. Pratlier. 
a 100 U. S. 692, National Bank v. 

Burkhardt. 

a 20 a. 202, Dean v. Mason. 

a 22 H. 223, Chaffee v. Boston 

Smelting Co. 
a 1 Wall. 351, Bloomer v. Millen- 

gar. 
a 16 Wall. 547, Mitchell o. Hawley. 
6 17 Wall. 456, Adams v. Burke. 
a 18 Wall. 416, Eunson v. Dodge. 



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BrOOMER T. MTLLENGER, 1 Wall. 350. 

Patent ]a\v ;■ assignments ; sale; I a 16 Wall. 547, Mitchell u.Hawley. 
nghts of vendee, a | a 18 Wall. 416, Eunsoii v. Dodge. 

BLOOMSHIBE, EDMONSON v. See Edmonson «. Bloomshii-e. 
BLOSSBUKG B. R., TIOGA B. B. v. See Tioga R. R. v. Blossburg R. R. 
BtOSSOM V. MILAVAUKEE R. R. CO., 1 Wall. 635. 



Purchasers and bidders at judi- 
cial sales ; how far parties to the 
suit, a 

When they can appeal to Su- 
preme Court. 6 

Final decrees, c 



a 2 Wall. 634, Minnesota Co. v. 

St. Paul Co. 
6 5 Wall. 662, K.R.Co. v. Soutter. 
h 91 U. S. 248, ButterBeld v. V. S. 
a 94 U. S. 468, Hinkley v. Gilman. 
c 96 U, S. 714, Sage v. R. R. Co. 

BLOSSOM V. BAIXBOAD, 3 W^all. 209. 

Judicial sali's; adjournments, a | a 91 U. S. 26, Semmes v. U. Si 
BI.OUGHEB, BREWER v. See Brewer v. Blougher. 
BltJNT V. SMITH, 7 WTi. 848. 



Error; refusal to grant new trial 
not assignable, a 



a 1 Wall. 598, Pomeroy v. Bank of 

Indiana. 

a 7 Wall. 502, Ewing v. Howard. 
See Hope Ins. Co. v. Boardman. 



a 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 

6 20 H. 265, Spenser v. Lapsley. 



BOARDMAN, HOPE INS. CO. v. 
BOARDMAN v. READ, 6 P. 348. 

Land titles; when patent neces- 
sary to give legal title, a 
Conclusive at law. 6 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONEBS v. GORMAN, 19 Wall. 661. 

Supersedeas, a I a 93 U. S. 89, Kitchen v. Raudolph. 

I a 94 U. S. 52, Doyle v. Wisconsin. 

BOARD OF W^ABDENS, COOI.ET v. See Cooley v. Board of Waidens. 

BOATMAN'S INST., TIFFANY v. See Tiffany v. Boatman's Inst. 

BODI.EY V. TAYLOR, 5 Cr. 881. 



Land laws; conflict of titles; 
junior and senior grants and en- 
tries ; equities, a 

Rule of decision in U. S. courts. 6 



a 5 Cr. 241, Taylor v. Brown. 
6 6 P. 291, Green v. JSTeal. 
a 14 P. 156, Waldeu v. Bodlev. 
6 15 P. 104, Brush c. Ware, 
a 9 H. 36, Walden v. Bodley. 



B0DIJ;Y, walden v. see Walden «. Bodley. 
BOGABT v. THE JOHN JAY, 17 H. 400. 



Admiralty jnrisdiction ; mort- 
gages, a 



a 19 H. 240, Schuchardt v. The An- 

gelique. 
a 20 H. 399, People's Ferry Co. v. 

Beers. 
a 21 Wall. 583, The Lotowanna. 



BOGERT, GRIFFITH v. See Griffith v. Bogert. 
BOGGS V. MINING CO., 3 W^aU. 309. 



a 6 Wall. 262, Millengar ». Hartn- 

pee. 
b 92 U. S. 316, River Bridge Co. v. 

Kan. Pac. R. R. 



Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State courts ; Federal question, a 

Trials without jury; review of 
the facts found, b 
BOISDOIEB, V. S. V. See IT. S. v. Boisdoire. 
BOLEY V. GRISWOLD, 80 Wall. 486. 

Replevin, a | a 22 Wall. 213, Sweeney v. Lomme 

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BOttES, DOTJGtASS CO. v. See Donglass Co. v. BoUes. 
BOtLES, ROBERTS v. See Roberts v. Bolles. 
BOIiMAN AND SWARTOUT, EX PARTE, 4 Cr. 75. 



Hiibeiis coi-pus; jiirisdictioii Su- 
pivme Cotu-t U. S. a 
Jurisdiction of Ciroiiit. Couit. 6 
Treason, c 



BOND V. BROWN, 12 H. 856. 

Fiiiilin^ of facts; review by Su- 
preme Court, a 



a 7 Wh. 41, ex parte Kearney. 
a 3 P. 194, exparte Watliiiis. 
a 7 P. 568, ex parte Watkius. 
a 5H. 188, exparte Metz^er. 

6 4 Wall. 110, exparte Millegau. 
a 6 Wall. 324, exparte McCardle. 
a 8 Wall. 97, exparte Yerjjer. 

a 18 Wall. 166, exparte Lauge. 

c 97 U. S. 6.5, Yoiino; u. U. S. 

a 100 U. S. 374, ex paHe Siebold. 

a 1 Wall. 103, Burr v. Des Moines. 
a 15 Wall. 438, Riclimondij. Smith. 
a 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. «. Folsom. 
a 98 U. S. 443, The Abbotsford. 

BONDURANT, WATSON v. See Watson v. Bondnrant. 

BONESTBtl-, VOORHEES, v. See Toorliees u. Bonestell. 

BONNAFEE v. WrLMAMS, 3 H. 677. 

a 3 H. 288, Phillips v. Pi'cston. 



U. S. courts; jurisdiction; suits 
by assio;nees of notes ; sec. 11 ju- 
diciary act of 1789. a 

Nominal and real parties. 6 



a 21 H. 576, White «. Vermont & 
Mass. R. R. Co. 
6 20 Wall. 124, Knapp v. R. R. Co. 



BONNEMER, GENERES v. See Generes ■». Bonnemer. 
BONNER V. U. S., 9 WaU. 156. 

a 93 U. S. 413, U. S. v. Glllis. 
6 102 U. S. 404. U. S. v. Soliurz. 



Court of 
claims, a 
Jurisdiction 



Claims ; equitable 
; land claims. 6 



BOON V. CHILES, 8 P. 538. 

Equity; parties; when repre- I a 7 Wall. 415, R. R. Co. u.Howard 
senteu by trustee. » | 

BOON V. CHIXES, 10 P. 811. 

Bona-tide puichasers. a 

Pleading; probata must corre- 
spond with allegata. 6 

Constructive trusts; when bar- 
red, c 

Equity; " Qui prior estin tempore 
portior est in jure. ' ' d 



15 P. 104, Brush «. Ware. 
4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 

4 H. .551, Michoud v. Girod. 

5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 
1 HI. 518. Foster v. Goddard. 
9 Wall. 793, Rubber Co. «. 

Goodyear'. 
a 12 Wall. 338, Villa v. Rodrigues. 
dlOO U. S. 118, Lansdalc v. Dan- 
iels. 

BOORABM, HYDE v. See Hyde v. Booraem. 
BOOTH, ABIEMAN v. See Ableman v. Booth. 
BOOTH V. CLARK, 17 H. 388. 

^^'''=*^'^"'^- » |«14Wall.401,BaukBctheU.Pah- 

BOOTH, V. S. V. see U. S. ...Booth. ' '^'""'1"" ^^"''• 

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BOSTON V. liECKAU, 17 H. 436. 

Kuisances; drains and sewers; | a 19 H. 266, Richardson e. Boston, 
liability of citj\ a | a 24 H. 191, Ricliardsou v. Boston. 

BOSTON, RICHAKDSON v. See Eicliardson v. Boston. 
BOSTON BELTING CO., CHAJTEE v. See Chaffee i>. Boston Belting Co. 
BOSTON MAK. INS. CO., GRAVES v. See Graves v. Boston Mar. Ins. Co. 



BOSWEIX V. OTIS, 9 H. 360. 

Jurisdiction ; notice, a 
Notice by publication. 6 



a 24 H. 203, Nations «. Johnson. 
a 1 Wall. 233, Baldwin v. Hale. 
a 23 Wall. 136, Ray «.Noi-sevvorthy 
a 91 U. S. 510, Earle v. McVeigh. 
6 95 U. S. 724, Penuoyer v. Neff. 



a 13 P. 446, Bagnell v. Brodeiick. 
& 15 P. 104, Brusli v. Wear. 
c 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 



BOHLDIN V. MASSIE, 7 Wll. 147. 

Public lands; presumption as to 
regularity of patent, a 

Virginia land law ; patents. 6 

When title good without patent, c 
BOUKNE, BEEKBTMAN v. See Merryman r. Bourne. 
BOUTTVELI., U. S. v. See U. S. v. Boutwell. 
BOWEN V. CHASE, 94 IT. S. 818. 

Jnmel Will Case, a | a 98 U. S. 257, Bowen v. Chase. 

BOWEN, CI.ABK v. See Clark d. Bowen. 
BOWEN, U. S. T. See U. S. v. Bowen. 
BOWMAN, STEIN t. See Stein 1). Bowman. 
BOWMAN V. WATHEN, 1 H. 189. 

Equity; laches; stale demands, a I a 7 H. 255, Wagner v. Baird. 

I a S H. 218, Maxwell v. Kennedy. 

BOWMAB, PKESTON v. See Preston v. Bowmar. 

BOTCE V. ANDERSON, 8 P. 150. 

Corporations; personal injuries; | a 13 P. 190, Stokes «. Saltonstall. 
common carriers, a \ 

BOYCE V. EDWARDS, 4 P. 123. 

Negotiable paper; by what law 
governed, a. 

Drafts and bills; verbal promise 
to accept, b 

BOYCE V. GBUNT)T, 3 P. 310. 

Equity; no iurisdictfbn where 
there is complete remedy at law. a 



a 4 H. 273, Musson v>. Lake. 
b 18 Wall. 620, Espy v. Bank. 
b 91 U. S. 414, Scudder v. Union 
Nat. Baidi. 



BOTCE V. GBTJNDY, 9 P. 890. 

Supreme Court ; power to reverse 
its own judgment, a. ' 

Administrators; suits against; 
judgments; as.sets. h 



a 21 H. 091, Barber v. Barber. 
a 2 Bl. 551, Parker v. Cotton Co. 
a 5 Wall. 78, Watson v. Suther- 
land. 
a 7 Wall. 430, Payne «. Hook. 
a 7 Wall. 618, Morgan v. Beloit. 
a 13 Wall. 621, Ins. Co. v. Bailey, 
a 15 Wall. 228, Oelrichs v. Spain. 
a 23 Wall. 470, Lewis v. Cocks. 
a 94 U. S. 811, Sullivan «.R.R. Co. 

a 6 H. 36, Bank U. S. u. Moss. 
b 93 U. S. 43, Smith v. Chapman. 



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BOYD V. AliABAMA, 94 U. S. 64S. 

Police powers of the States ; can- 
not be bargained away, a 

Rules governing courts in respect 
to their past decisions. 6 

BOYD, NUGENT v. See Nugent v. Boyd. 
BOYD, U. S. T. Sen U. S. 1). Boyd. 
BOYEK, STURGIS v. See Sturgis v. Boyer. 
BOYLE, 30 HOGSHEADS OF SUGAR t. 
BOYLE V. ZACHARIB, 6 P. 348. 

Constitutionality of State insol- 
vent laws, a 

BOYLE T. ZACHARIE, 6 P. 648. 

Supreme Conrt; writs of error; 
linal judgments, a 

Conflict of laws; by what law 
contracts governed. 6 

U. S; courts ; vsfhen they will fol- 
low the State decisions, c 

Equity jurisdiction of U. S. courts 
not affected by State decisions or 
legislation, d 

Execution ; stay ; supersedeas, e 



a 97 U. S. 33, Beer Co. v. Mass. 
6 101 U. S. 686, Douglass v. Pike 

Co. 
a 101 U. S. 818, Stone C.Mississippi 



See 30 Hogsheads of Sugar v. Boyle. 



a 1 Wall. 230, Baldwin v. Hale. 



a 12 P. 327, Toland v. Sprague. 

a 14 P. 1, Evans v. Gee. 

6 5 H. 307, Cook v. Moffat. 

a 9 H. 548, Bayard v. Lombard. 

c 12 H. 145, Russell v. Soutliard. 

d 13 H. 270, Neves v. Scott. 

b 19 H. 391, Buckley v. Honald. 

o 20 H. 555, McCargo v. Chapman. 

d 2 Bl. 509, Noonan v. Lee. 

e 3 Wall. 700, U. S. v. Dashiel. 

d 6 Wall. 195, Eiggs v. Johnson. 

d 8 Wall. 323, Clark v. Eeyburn. 

d 99 U. S. 401, Smith v. E. E. Co. 
BOYREAU, CAMPBELI, v. See Campbell v. Boyreau. 
BBABSTON V. GIBSON, 9 H. 863. 

Contracts; governed by law of I a 99 U. S. 218, Supervisors v. Gal- 
place of performance, a \ braith. 
BBACKETT, BROWN v. See Brown v. Braokett. 
BRADBN, DAYIS V. See Dayls v. Braden. 
BBADEN, DOE v. See Doe v. Braden. 
BRADFORD v. UNION BANK OF TENN., 13 H. 67. 



Equity; relief against fraud; re- 
forming instruments; parol evi- 
dence, a 

BRADLEY, EX PARTE, 7 Wall. 364. 

District of Columbia; organiza- 
tion of courts, a 
Attorneys; disbarment. 6 
Mandamus, o 



a 98 U. S. 89, Snell v. Ins. Co. 



11 Wall. 258, Garnett v. U. S. 
13 Wall. 345, Bradley v. Fisher. 
19 Wall. 513, eaiparte Robinson, 
c 100 U. S. 324, "Virginia v. Rives. 

BRADLEY, CONNER v. See Conner v. Bradley. 
BRADLEY v. FISHER, 13 WaU. 354. 

Attorneys; contempt; disbar- l a 19 Wall. 513, ex parte Eobinson. 

BRADLEY, NOON AN v. See Noonan •». Bradley. 
BRADLEY v. THE PEOPLE, 4 WaU. 468. 



Constitution ; taxation by States 
of national securities, a 

"Shares" of corporations and 
"capital stock." 6 



a 7 Wall. 699, Austin v. Alderm'n. 
a 9 Wall. 590, Thompsons Pacific 

Eailroad. 
9o U. S. 687, Farringtonu.Tenn. 



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BRADIEY, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Bradley. 

BBADIET V. WASH., A. & G. PACKET CO., 13 P. 94. 

Contracts ; parol evidence, a \ a 102 U. S. 65, U. S. v. Peck. 
BRADIiETS, BArCBOAD CO. v. See Railroad Oo. v. Bradleys. 
BBADSTBEET, EX PARTE, 4 P. 106. 



Bills of exception ; at what time 
exceptions must be taken, and 
when drawn out and signed, a 



a 6 H. 274, Sheppai-d v. Wilson. 
u, 16 H. 2], Turner i). Yates. 
a 102 U. S. 358, Hnnnicutt v. Pey- 
ton. 



BBADSTBEET, EX PABTE, 6 P. 774. 



Supreme Court ; mandamus, a 



a 7 P. 647, ex parte Bradstreet. 
a 8 P. 588, ex parte Bradstreet. 
a 9 P. 574, Life & Fire Ins. Co. v. 

Adams. 
a 12 P. 59, Bradstreet v. Thomas. 
a 12 P. 174, Bradstreet v. Thomas. 



BBADSTBEET, EX PABTE, 7 P. 647 

Supreme Court ; value of matter 
in dispute; wlien it can be shown 
at trial, a 

Mandamus; power of tlie Circuit 
Court to reinstate case, b 



BBADSTBEET v. HUNTINGTON, 

Estoppel ; vendor and vendee, a 
Bona-lide purchasers, b 
Limitations ; adverse possession ; 
right of entry ; ejectment, c 



a 3 Wall. 494, Beard v. Federy. 

a 6 Wall. 442, The Grace Girdler. 

6 7 Wall. 270, Litchfield <;. B. B. 
Co. 

a 7 Wall. 376, ex parte Bradley. 

h 14 Wall. 166, ex parte Newman. 

6 16 Wall. 270, Ins. Co. v. Corn- 
stock. 

5 P. 404. 

a 16 P. 54, Watkins v. Hoi man. 
6 5 Wall. 268, Croxall v. Shererd. 
a 14 Wall. 146, Armstrong v. Mor- 
i-ill. 
a 94 U. S. 776. Hogan v. Kurtz. 



BBADSTBEET v. POTTER, 16 P. 318. 

Supreme Court; dismissal for I a 9 Wall. 567, Hornthall v. Collect- 
want of jurisdiction ; costs, a I or. 

BBADSTBEET V. THOMAS, 12 P. 60. 



Jurisdiction of U. 
zenship. a 



S. courts; citi- a 15 P. 127, Smith v. Clapp. 

a 16 P. 318, Bradstreet v. Potter. 
a 8 H. 605, Kennedy v. State B'k 
of Georgia. 

BRAELSFORD, GEORGIA v. See Georgia u. Brailsford. 
BBA1>IEI.I., LBS BOIS v. See Les Bois v. Bramell. 
BRANCH V. CHABI.ESTON, 93 V. S. 677. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- a 94 U. S. 693, 
tracts ; exemption of railroad from 
taxation ; consolidation, a 

BBANCH, TOMI.INSON v. See Tomlinson v. Branch. 
BBANDON V. rOFTirS, 4 H. 187. 



Scotland Co. 
Thomas. 



Negotiable paper; evidence of 
notary public as to protest; valid- 
ity of Mississippi statute on the 
subject, a 

BBANSON, WIBTH v. See Wirtli !). Branson. 



a 6 H. 5, Sims v. Hundley. 



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BRANTLT, FOTVXEB v. See Fowler v. Brantly. 
V. MASON, 6 H. 108. . 

to TJ. S. officials ; 



a 7 H. 122, Wilkes v. Diiismaii. 
a 11 H. 287, Reeside v. Walker. 
a 17 H. 229, U. S. v. Seaman. 
a 17 H. 301. U. S. v. Giitlii-ie. 
6 6 Wall. 497, ex parte DeGroot. 
a 9 Wall. 312, Secretary v. Mc- 
Garrahan. 



a 14 P. 53, West v. Brashear. 
6 98 U. S. 510, Reed v. Mclntyre. 



BRASHEAR 

Mandamus 
discretionary powers; jnrisdiction 
of the courts of District of Colum- 
bia, u, 

Remedy to reverse judgment re- 
fusing mandamus is by writ of 
error. 6 

BRASHEAR v. WEST, 7 F. 608. 

Snpreme Court ; mandate, a 
Riglit of debtor to prefer cred- 
itors, b 

BRASHEAR, "WEST v. See West v. Brashear. 
BRASHIER V. GRATZ, 6 Wh. 588. 

Equity ; relief in ; laches ; when i a 14 P. 173, Taylor v. Longworth. 
time essence of contract, a | 

BRAUN V. SAUERWEEN, 10 Wall. 218. 

CoUeotors; suits against to re- I a 12 Wall. 11, Collector t>. Hubbard. 
cover back taxes, a | a 92 U. S. 90, Clieatliam v. U. S. 

BREEDLOVB, GWIN v. See Gwin v. Breedlove. 

BREEDLOVE v. ICCCHOXAT, 7 P. 434. 

Louisiana; insolvent law; notice | a 10 P. 283, Haydel v. Girod. 
to creditors, a | 

BREIXHATJPT T. BAKK OP GEORGIA, 1 P. 238. 

U. S. courts; jurisdiction ; citi- I a 18 Wall. 575, Sewing Machine 
zenship. a. \ Co. Case. 

BREITLING, TJ. 8. v. See U. S. o. Breitling. 
BRENT V. BANK OP METROPOLIS, 1 P. 89. 

Negotiable paper; presentment; | a 300 U. S. 713, Cox v. National- 
parol evidence of agreement, a | Bank. 

BRENT V. BANK OF WASHINGTON, 10 P. 596. 

U. S.; priority of. a [a 12 P. 31, Beaston v. Farmers' B'k. 

BRENT V. CHAPMAN, 6 Cr. 358. 

a n Wh. 361, Shelby B. Guy. 
6 16P. 296, U. S. u.Eliason. 
a 9 H. 413, Townsend v. Jennison. 
b 20 H. 434, Suydam v. Williamson. 
K Brent. 



Statute of limitation ; detinue, a 
Supreme Court; writs of error on 
agreed case. 6 



BRENT, KENNEDY v. See Kennedy 
BBEWARD, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Breward. 
BREWER V. BLOUGHER, 14 P. 178. 



Wills: effect of change of law on 

^^■ills made prior to such change, a 

Construction ; general words. 6 



a 16 H. 279, Carroll v. Carroll. 

b 13 Wall. 164, Reiche v. Smitli. 

b 18 Wall. 302, Atkins v. Disinte- 
grating Co. 

101 U. S. 116, Market Co. v. Hoff- 
man. 



BREWER, CREWS v. See Crews v. Brewer. 

BREWSTER, CHITTENDEN v. See Chittenden «. Brewster. 



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BREWSTER v. WAKEFIEIiD, 28 H 

U. S. courts in Louisiana ; equity 
aiirl law must be kept distinct, a 
Interest. 6 

Where no interest is stipulated, c 
Knle after maturity of note, d 



lis. 

a 12 Wall. 442, Wallreru. Dreville. 
a 20 Wall. 622, Murdock v. Mem- 
phis. 
6 22 Wall. 176, BurnliiselDFirman 
c 96 U. S. 61, Cromw'l v. Sao Co, 
d 100 U. S. 74, Hoklen v. Trust Uo. 



BRIDGEPORT, THE, 14 Wall. 119. 

Collision witli vessel at anchor, a | a 97 U. S. 315, The Va. Ehrnian. 

BRIDGE PROPRIETORS v. HOBOKEN CO., 1 



Supreme Court; writ of error to 
State court ; Federal question ; liow 
to be shown, a 

Constitution; exemption from 
taxation ; when tlie U. S. courts 
follow the decisions of the State 
courts. 6 



Wall. 116. 

a 6 Wall. 384, The Victory. 

a 12 Wall. 384, Knox v. Ex. Bank. 

a 14 Wall. 23, Kennebec R. R. v. 

Portland R. R. 
a 14 Wall. 668, Delraas v. Ins. Co. 
a 20 Wall. 628, MurdockuMemphis 
a 21 Wall. 549, Edwards v. Elliott. 
a 96 U. S. 442, Murray u.Charl't'n 
6 97 U. S. 709, R. B. Co. v. Gaines. 
a 99 U. S. 321, Universityu.People 



a 95 U. S. 98, Good v. Martin. 



BRIDGES V. ARMOUR, 5 H. 94. 

Territorial courts ; aVe not courts 
of the IT. S. under the Constitu- 
tion, a 

BRIDGES V. SPEBKT, 95 U. S. 401. 

IT. S. courts; citizenship; how it I a 97 IT. S. 648, Robertson v. Cease, 
must appear. | 

BRIBN, GROVE v. See GroTe v. Brien. 
BBIGGS, DAVIE V. See Davie v. Bnggs. 
BRIGGS, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Briggs. 
BRIGHATW, RANDAXI. v. See Randall v. Brigham. 
BBIGNAKDEtLO v. GRAY, 1 Wall. 687. 



Jurisdiction, a 



a 2 Wall. 641, Minnesota Co. v. St. 
Paul Co. 



BKINE V. INS. CO., 96 U. S. 68'?. 

U. S. courts; how far governed 
by practice of State coin-ts ; fore- 
closure of moitgages; rule of prop- 
erty, a 

BRISCOE V. BANK OF KENTUCKY, 11 P. 257. 



a 97 U. S. 145, Allis v. Ins. Co. 
a 98 U. S.- 178, Orvis v. Powell. 
a 102 U. S. 451, Swift v. Smith. 



Writs of error to State courts, a 
Powei' of States to incorporate 

banks. 6 
Constitution ; bills of credit, c 
Government; action does not lie 

against, unless by itsownconsent. d 
State by owning stock in a bank 

does not impart to the corporation 

any of its privileges, e 
Supreme Court ; when it will not 

hear constitutional questions, f 

BBITTAN V. BARNABY, 21 H. 532. 

Affreiglitment; carriers; deliv- 
ery, a 



a 14 P. 57, Commonwealth Bank 
V. Griffith. 

6 8 H. 79, Nathan v. Louisiana. 

c 10 H. 203, Woodruff v. Trapnall. 

d 11 H. 287, Reeside v. Walker. 

c 13 H. 13, Darrington v. State 
Bank. 

e 15 H. 305, Curran v. Arkansas. 

d 6 Wall. 488, U. S. ?}. Eckford. 

/ 12 Wall. 554, Legal Tender Cas. 



a 5 Wall. 495, Tlie Eddy. 



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BBITTON, POLICE JURY v. See Police Jury v. Britton. 
BBOADNAX, SUYDAM v. See Suydam v. Broadnax. 
BROBST V. BBOBST, 2 WaU. 96. 

Snpieine Coiu-t ; appeal bond ; 
when appeiil will not be dismissed 
for defect in. a 

BBOBST V. BBOBST, 10 TFaU. 588. 

Supreme Court; error; in order 
to reverse, the error must have 
worked an injury, a 



a 5 Wall. 822, Seymour v. Freer. 
a 12 Wall. 149, Bigler v. WiiUer. 



a 21 Wall. 301, Decatur Bank v. 
St. Louis Bank. 
a 91 U. S. 28, McLemore v. Louis- 
iana Bank. 



BBOCKETT v. BROCKBTT, 8 H. 340. 



Supreme Court; final decrees, a 
Time within which writ of error 
must be sued out ; supersedeas. 6 
Citation ; when unnecessary, c 
Kehearinfi;s. d 



BBOCKETT V. BBOCKETT, 3 H. 

Error ; appellate court will not 

consider issues out of chancery, a 

Master's report ; exceptions to. 6 



a 14 H. 2, Wylie v. Coxp. 
a 18 H. 508, McMicken v. Perin. 
a 7 Wall. 578, K. Co. v. Bradleys. 
b 10 Wall. 289, Slaughter- House 

Cases. 
6 93 U. S. 418, Sage v. Cent. R. E. 
6 94 U. S. 717, Memphis v. Brown. 
c 95 U. S. 258, Milner v. Meek. ' 
d 95 U. S. 287, Cambuston v. U. S. 
691. 



BBOIJBRICK'S 'WXLI,, al WaU. 509. 

U. S. courts ; probate of will can- 1 
not be collaterally assailed, a \ 

BBODEBICK, BAGNEI.I. v. See Bagnell v. Broderick. 
BRODIE, CATLiETT v. See Catlett o. Brodie. 
BBOMI.EY, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Bromley. 
BRONSON V. KrNZIE, 1 H. 311. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; remedy, a 



a 7 H. 227, McLaughlin v. Bank. 
6 8 H. 409, West v. Smith. 
a 92 U. S. (595, Garsed v. Beall. 
b 100 U. S. 526, Mt. Pleasant v. 

Beck with'. 
a 101 U. S. 253, Watt v. Starke. 

a 92 U. S. 21, Gaines v. Fuentes, 



2 H. 611, McCracken v. Hay- 

ward. 
8 H. 713, Gantly v. Ewing. 
6 H. 318, Plant. Banki). Sharp. 
15 H. 305, Curran v. Arkansas. 
24 H. 464, Howard v. Bughee. 
2 Wall. 21, Hawth'ne v. Calef. 
4 Wall. 550, Van Hoffman v. 
Quincv. 
a 5 Wall. 300, Christmas v. Rus- 
sell. 
a 8 Wall. 322, Clark v. Reyburn. 
a 8 Wall. 583, Bntz v. Muscatine. 
a 96 U. S. 74, Term. v. Snced. 
a 96 U. S. 603, Edwards v. Kear- 

zey. 
a 96 U. S. 637, Brine v. Ins. Co. 
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BRONSON V. LA CROSSE R. R. CO., 1 WaU. 405. 



U. S. District Courts; District 
Courts of Wisconsin, a 

BRONSON V. lA CROSSE R. R. CO. 

Corporation ; wlien stocltiiolder 
can sue in liis own name on refusal 
of directors, a 
Parties to suits ; liow admitted. 6 
Railri'ad mortgages ; wiien com- 
pany estopped from denj'ing in- 
debtedness, c 

BRONSON -v. RATLROAD CO., 8 Bl, 

Supreme Court ; appeals ; final 
decrees, a 

BRONSON V. BODES, 7 WaU. 345. 

Constitution ; legal tender ; con- 
tracts to pay in gold, a 



BROOKLYN INS. CO. v. TJ. S., 99 U 

Count}' and municipal bonds in 
aid of railroads ; decrees enjoining 
tlieir pstyraent and declaring them 
void ; liow far binding on bond- 
liolders not parties ; constructive 
service, a 

Recitals ; conditions ; estoppel ; 
bona-fide holders, b 



a 2 Wall. 632, Minnesota Co. v. St. 

Paul Co. 
a 5 Wall. 662, E. B. Co. v. Soutter. 

8 WaU. 383. 

ffl 8 Wall. 73, Memphis u. Dean. 
b 94 U. S. 21, ex parte Cutting. 
c 94 U. S. 736, Jerome v. McCarter. 



534. 

a 12 Wall. 98, French u. Shoemaker 
a 17 Wall. 17, Marin v. Lally. 



444, Bronson v. Kimpton 
606, Hepburn v. Gris- 

wold. 
380, Dewing v. Sears. 

695, Trebilcoek y.Wilson 
672, The Emily Sender. 

696, Thompson v. Butler 
624, Gregory v. Morris. 



a 101 U. S. 92, Empire v. Darling- 
ton. 

6 101 U. S. 129, Roberts v. Bolles. 

a 101 U. S. 413, Livingston v. Dar- 
lington. 



a 


8 Wall. 


a 


8 Wall. 


a 


11 Wall. 


a 


12 Wall. 


a 


17 Wall. 


a 


95 U. S. 


a 


96 U. S. 


S 


. 362. 



BROOKS V. FISKE, 15 H. 319. 

Patent law; infringement. 
Combinations. 6 
Construction of patents, c 



a a 15 Wall. 194, Gould v. Eees. 

6 22 Wall. 28, Gill v. Wells. 

b 23 Wall. 367, Reedv v. Scott. 

c 98 U. S. 38, Bates v. Coe. 
BROOKS, LUCAS V. See Lucas v. Brooks. 
BROOKS V. MARBURT, 11 Wh. 83. 

Mortgages and sales ; difference i a 11 H. 392, Fowler v. Merrill, 
between, a I 

BROOKS, MARBURT v. See MarbnryD. Brooks. 
BROOKS, MARSH v. See Marsh v. Brooks. 
BROOKS V. MARTIN, 3 WaU. 70. 



Contracts; illegality, a 
Notice, b 

BROOKS V. NORRIS, 11 H. 304. 

Supreme Court ; writ of eri'or ; 
service of. a 

BROOKS V. RAILWAY CO., 101 U. 

Mechanics' liens, a \ 

BROOKS, U. S. V. See TJ. S. o. Brooks. 



a 16 Wall. 500, Planters' Bank v. 

Union Bank. 
6 95 U. S. 579, R.R. Co. v. Durant. 

I a 3 Wall. 701. U. S. v. Dashiel. 
I a 6 Wall. 360, Mussina v. Cavazos. 

S. 443. 

I a 101 U. S. 730, Meyer v. Hornby. 



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BROOME T. COtliECTOK, 15 H. 14,3. 



al9H. 75, U. S. u. Lo Baron. 
6 97 U. S. 592, Gaiisseii v. U. S. 



Bonds of collectors ; when deem- 
ed to be delivered, a 
Liability of sureties, b 

BKOUGHTON v. PENSACOLA, 93 U. S. 866. 

Municipal corporations ; efleet of I a 95 U. S. 654, N. Oi-leans u. Clark, 
annexation on debts, o a 100 U.S. 52S, Mt. Pleasant v. 

I Beckwitli. 

BKOTVOEB, McAETHUB v. See McArthur v. Browder. 
BKOWDER V. McABrTHUB, 7 Wh. 58. 



Writ of error; mandate; second 
appeal . a 

Supreme Court ; rehearing. 6 



a 12 P. 491, exparte Sibbald. 

a 3 H. 424, Bridge Co. v. Stewart. 

a 16 H. 102, Sizer v. Many. 

6 18 H. 42, Peclf v. Sanderson. 

a 12 Wall. 129, Nooiianw. Bvadley. 

6 17 Wall. 283, Tyler v. Maguira. 
BKOWTDEB, PRESTON v. See Preston v. Browder. 
BROWN T. ASPDEN, 14 H. 88. 



Judgments by divided court, a 
Supreme Court ; rehearings. b 



a 7 Wall. 112, Durant v. Essex 
Co. 

6 9 Wall. 604, Public Schools ». 
Walker. 

6 14 Wall. 22, Steincs v. Frank- 
lin Co. 

6 102 U. S. 108, Brooks B. B.K.Co. 

BROWN V. ATWEI.1,, 98 U. S. 397. 

Supreme Court ; writs of error I a 98 IT. S. 142, Citizens' Bk. v. Bd. 
to State courts ; Federal question, a \ of Liquidation. 

BROWN, BLANCHARD v. S^e Blanchard ». Brown. 
BROWN, BOND v. See Bond v. Brown. 
BROW^N V. BRACKETT, 21 WaU. 387. 

Land claims ; decrees in name of I o 97 U. S. 208,'McMiclcen v. Periu. 
" legal representatives." a \ 

BROWN V. BUENA VISXA, 9S V. S. 161. 



Equity ; laches, a 



BROWN, CASE V. ^ee Case v. Brown. 
BROWN V. CtAEK, 4 H. 4. 

Judgment; liens of. a 

Bills of exceptions. 6 

Error; refusal to grant new trial 
not assignable, c 

When error cannot he assigned 
for the fiist time in the Supreme 
Court, d 

BROWN V. CLEMENTS, 3 H. 666. 

Land laws; pre-emption; act of 
May 29, 1830. a. 

Act of May 24, 1820; surveys 
and subdivisions of fractional sec- 
tions, b 

BR.OWN, DAVIS v. See Dayis v. Brown. 



u 99 U. S. 212, Goddeii c. Kimball. 
a 101 U. S. 568, National Bank v. 
Carpenter. 



a 13 H. 163, Biickingh'mu. McLean 

6 16 H. 19, Turner b. Yates. 

c 1 Wall. 598, Pomeroy v. Bank of 

Indiana. 
d 20 Wall. 418, Mays v. Fritton. i 



a 9 H. 328, Lyttle v. Arkansas. 
20 H. .374, Gazzam v. Elam. 
6 7Wall. 289, K. R. Co.«. Schur- 
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BROTTN V. GELMAN, 4 -Wli. 877. 

Validity of tlecd not reconled, in 
Georgia, a 

BROWTN V. BtlATTS, 15 'Wall. 1S3. 

Limitiitions ; suspension during 
tlw civil wai'. a 

Payments lo agent in enemy's 
countrv. 6 



a 7 Wli. 237, Browi'i v. Jaclison. 



a IS AYull. 155, Batosvillo Inst. v. 

Kaulman. 
a 2-2 Wall. .586, Boss v. Jones. 
6 95 U. S. 432, Ins. Co. v. Davis. 
a 96 U. S. 193, Williams v. Bniffy. 
See lasigi v. Brown. 



a 94 U. S. 712, Pike v. Wassail. 

a 10 P. 128, Brandei- v. Phillips. 

6 16 H. 21, Tui-ner v. Yates. 

c 10 Wall. 149, Field v. Fai-rington. 



BROWN, lASIGI T. 

BROWN V. KEENE, 8 P. 115. 

U. S. courts ; citizenship ; how I o 97 U. S. 649, Robertson v. Cease, 
shown, a \ 

BROWN V. KENNEDY, 15 Wall. 597. 

Confiscation, a 

BROWN V. McGBA'W, 14 P. 495. 

Lien of factor, a 
Contracts; by correspondence; 
effect of the letters for the jurj'. 6 
Eight of factors to sell, c 

BROWN V. MARTLAND, 13 WTi. 419 

Supreme Court ; practice ; au- 
thentication of record, a 

Constitution ; State tax on im- 
ports ; regulation of commerce ; 
police power. 6 

Construction of Constitution ; 
Supreme Court final arbiter of con- 
stitutional questions, c 

Concurrent powers, d 

Power of State to tax means em- 
ployed, by Congress to carrj' into 
cxec.nlion its powerfe. e 



a 6 P. 536, Worcester v. Georgia. 
6 11 P. 102, New Yorli v Miln. 
c 12 P. 714, Rliode Island v. Mass. 
6 5 H. 573i, License Cases. (Opin. 

of Taney, Ch. J.) 
& 7 H. 392, Passenger Cas. (Opin. 

of McLean, J.) 
6 14 H. 572, Veazie v. Moore. 
(ilS H. 336, Dodge v. Woolscy. 
6 22 H. 238, Sinnot v. Davenport. 
6 24 H. 172. AhTiy v. California. 
d 3 Wall. 730, Gilman v. Pliila. 
b 5 Wall. 478, Pervear v. Com'on- 

wealth. 
d 6 Wall. 47, Crandell v. Nevada 
e 6 Wall. 605, Soc. for Sav. v. Colt. 
6 8 Wall. 121, Waring v. Mayor. 
6 8 Wall. 150, Hinson v. Lott. 
6 12 Wall. 216, State Ton. Tax Cas. 
6 12 Wall. 429, Wai'd ». Maryland. 
6 13 Wall. 32, Low D. Austin. 
6 15 Wall. 295, State Tax Railway 

Gross Receipts. 
e 91 U. S. 34, Nat. B'li: v. Dearing 
h 91 U. S. 278, Welton U.Missouri. 
6 93 U. S. 103, Slierlock v. Ailing. 
6 94 U. S. 247, Fosters. N.Orleans 
a 94 U. S. 542, Doyle v. Ins. Co. 
6 96 U. S. 446, Murrayu. Charles'n 
6 97 U. S. 33, Beer Co. v. Mass. 
6 97 U. S. 573, Cook v. Penn. 
e 99 U. S. 279, Tr. Co. u. Wheeling 
6 100 U. S. 439, Guy v. Baltimore. 
6 100 U. S. 677, Mach'e Co. v. Gage 
h 102 U. S. 126, TiernauB.Rinker. 



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BBO'WN, MILLS v. See Mills v. Brown, 
BKOAVN V. PIERCE, 7 Wall. »14 

Duress, a 



a 12 Wall. 157. Baker v. Morton. 
al4 Wall. 333, French v. Shoe- 
maker. 
a 16 Wall. 432, U. S. v. Hiickabee. 
a 17 Wall. 74, Mason v. U. S. 



a 94 U. S. 198, Dnnbar v. Myers. 
6 99 U. S. 201, Ex. Co. U.K. K. Co. 
c 99 U. S. 593, Terhiiiie v. Pliillips. 
a 102 U. S. 378, Densmore v. Scho- 

fiekl. 
d 102 U. S.419, Daniels v. Teariiey. 

See Randell v. Brown. 



BROWTf V. PIPEB, 91 TJ. S. 38. 

Patent law; "invention." a 

Equity ; dismissal of bill fornant 
of equity. 6 

Patents; "general use." c 

Statutes; construction; sur- 
rounilino' circumstances, d 

BROWN, RAjyDEIiL, v. 

BROWN V. SHANNON, 20 H. 66. 

Supreme Court; value of matter I a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill v. Petty, 
in dispute, a I 

BROWN V. SWAICN, 9 P. 1. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a | a 19 H. 284, Beebe v. Eussell. 

BROW^N V. SWAN^N, 10 P. 497. 

Usury; relief in equitj'. a | a 10 P. 521, Stanley v. Gadsby. 

BBOWN V. TARKINGTON, 3 Wall. 377. 

Illegal contracts ; notes given for a 4 Wall. 456, Davidson v. Lanier, 
settlement of accounts with illegal 
banking company, a 

BROWTf , TATIOB v. See Taylor v. Brown. 

BROWN V. UNION BANK OP PLOBtDA, 4 H. 4G5. 

Supreme Ct. ; final judgments, a I a 18 Wall. 588, Moore v. Robbins. 

a 20 Wall. 654, Panels v. Johnson. 

BROWN V. U. S., 8 Cr. 181. 

War; confiscation of debts ; when I a 6 Wall. 537, Hanger v. Abbott, 
right to sue is only suspended, a | a 96 U. S. 284, Conrad v. Waples. 

BR0W:N v. WILEY, 30 H. 449. 

ISTegotiable paper; parol evi- | a 95 U. S. 480, Brown v. Spofford. 
dence. a 

BROWN, TVOODWARD v. See Woodward v. Brown. 
BROWNE, LAMAR v. See Lamar v. Browne. 
BROW^NE T. STRODE, 6 Cr. 303. 



Jurisdiction Circuit Court; suits 
by administrators; citizenship, a 

U. S. courts ; enforcement of 
State laws. 6 

Formal parties, c 



a 14 P. 298, Irvine v. Lowry. 
6 2 H. 13, McNutt v. Bland. 
a 11 Wall. 176, Coal Co. u. Blatch- 

ford. 
a 13 Wall. 67, Rice v. Houston. 
a 20 Wall. 123, Knapp b. R. R. Co. 
c 101 U. S. 589, Waldenc. Skinner. 



BRUCE V. U. S., 17 H. 439. 

U. S.; suits on official bonds ; | a 100 U. S. 11, Soule » U S 
sureties; treasury transcripts, a | a 102 U. S. 553, U. S. v. Piuson. 
BRUEN, BELI. v. See Bell v. Bruen. 
BRUPPY, WILLIAMS v. See Williams v. Bruffy. 
BRUNE, MARRIOTT v. See Marriott v. Brune. 



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BRUSH V. ■WARE, 16 P. 106. 

Land titles ; when valid without 
patent, a 

BBTAN V. FORSYTH, 19 H. 336. 

Illinois land titles ; lots in Peoria ; 
act Marcli 3, 1823 ; limitations, a 



a 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 



a24H. 143, Hall u. Papin. 

a 24 H. 178, Meehan v. Forsyth. 

a 24 H. 182, Gregg v. Forsyth. 

a 1 Bl. 152, Gregs v. Tesson. 

a 2 Bl. 568, Dredge v. Forsyth. 

a 2 Bl. 573, Kellogg v. Forsyth. 
BRYAN, YOUNG v. See Young v. Bryan. 
BRYANT, VANNEVAB v. See Vannevar v. Bryant. 
BUCHANAN, HOZEY v. See Hozey v. Buchanan. 
BUCHANAN v. SMITH, 16 Wall. 877. 



Banlirnptcy ; frandnlent prefer- 
ences, a 

Acts of bankruprcj'. 6 

Distrilmtion pro rata of bank- 
vnpt's property, main object of the 
bankrupt act. c 



a 17 Wall. 487, Wilson u. City Bank 
a 21 Wall. 427, Michaels u. Post. 
a 94 U. S. 557, Dntcher v. Wi-ight. 
a 95 U. S. 346, Mer. Nat. Bank v. 

Cook. 
6 98U. S. 194, Stewart v. Sonne- 

born. 
c 98 U. S. 512, Keed v. Mclntyre. 



BUCHANNON v. UPSHA^W, 1 H. 82. 

Equity; rescission, a | a 15 Wall. 379, Kimball v. West 

BUICK, SHERMAN v. See Sherman v. Buiok. 
BUCK T. CHESAPEAKE INS. CO., 1 P. 160. 

Insurance ; what insurer bound 
to know, a 
Instructions to the jury; court 
6 
process in 



not bound to modify, 
Admiralty; liens; 

rem. c 
Insurable Interest. 



d 



a 8 H. 245, Clark v.. Man. Ins. Co. 
b 15 AVall. 674, Baffin v. Mason, 
c 20 Wall. 163, Ins. Co. v. Baring. 
d 98 U. S. 538, Hooper u.Kobinson 



BUCK V. COI.BATH, 3 "Wall. 341. 

Conflict of jurisdiction ; U. S. and 
State courts, a 



a 6 Wall. 196, Kiaasu. Johns. Co. 
a 10 Wall. 25, MoKee v. Kains. 
a 14 Wall. 82, Christmas t>. Kus- 

sell. 
a 20 Wall. 393, New Orleans v. 

Steamship Co. 
a 102 Wall. 262, People's Bank v. 

Calhoun. 
a 102 Wall. 689, Sliarpe v. Doyle. 
BUCKINGHAM, COM. BANK v. See Com. Bank v. Buckingham. 
BUCKINGHAM, SCH. FREEMAN v. See Schooner Freeman v. Buckingham. 
BUCKINGHAM V. MctEAN, 13 H. 150. 

Supreme Coui-t ; citation ; motion I a 20 H. 206, Carroll u. Dorsey. 
to dismiss for want of. a 6 5 Wall. 412, The William Bag- 

Keve.rsal; generally an appellant aley. 

only can ask. b I 6 12 Wall. 135, Mail Co. u. Flanders. 

BUCKLEY V. NAUMKEAG COTTON CO., 24 H. 389. 



Shipping; use of lighters, a 
"Perils;" in exceptions in bills 
of ladings, h 



a 8 Wall. 115, Waring v. Mayor. 
6 8 Wall. 162. The Prop. Mahawk. 
a 9 Wall. 521, The Keokuk. 



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BUCKLEY V. U. S., 4 H. 352. 

Revenue laws; seizures by col- I a 3 Wall. 143, Cliqiiot's Champagne 
lectors; pi'obable cause, a | 

BTJCKtEY V. U. S., 19 ^Wa,U. 37. 

Contracts ; breach j damages, a \ a 100 U. S. 507, Parish v. U. S. 
BUCKLEY, WITHEKS v. See Withers v. Buckley. 
BUCKNBB V. EINDIiEY, 8 P. 589. 



Negotiable paper ; vvliat are for- 
eign bills of exchange ; the States 
are foriMgn to each other as respects 
the regulation of contracts, a 

Lis pendens. 6 

BUDDICUai V. KIBK, 3 Cr. 893. 

Depositions; objections to. a 



a 10 P. 573, Dickens v. Beal. 
a 12 P. 48, Bank U. S. v. Daniel. 
a 12 P. 720. Rhode Island v, Mass. 
a 92 U. S. 132, Phillips v. Payne. 
6 96 U. S. 592, Ins. Co. v. Briuie. 

a 15 Wall. 160, Shntte U.Thompson 
a 21 WallT 35, Doane v. Glenn. 



BitTBL,, VAN NESS v. See Van Ness v. Bael. 

BUENA VISTA, BBOWN v. See IJrown v. Buena Vista. 

BUFFINGTON v. HARVEY, 95 U. S. 99. 

Bills of review, a I a 95 U. S. 397, Thompson v. Max- 

I well. 

BUFOBD, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Buford. 
BUICK, SHERMAN V. See Sherman v. Buiolc. 
BUM., CALDBR v. See Calder v. Bull. 
BULL,, FRITZ v. See Fritz v. Bull. 
BULLARD, CASTLE v. See Castle v. Bullard. 
BULLARD, GILLETTE v. See Gillette v. Ballard. 
BULLUS, MAUBAN v. See Mauran 1J. BuUns. 
BUBCHAM, CREWS v. See Crews v. Burcham. 
BURCHBLL v. MARSH, 17 H. 444. 

Awards ; power of court ovei-. a | a IS H. 248, R. R. Co. v. Myers. 

BUBDELL V. DENIG, 98 U. S. 716. 

Patent law ; infringement ; dam- 1 a 93 U. S. 70, Birdsall v. Coolidge. 
ages, a [ 

BURDEN, CORNING v. See Corning v. Burden. 
BURDETT, THE, U. S. v. See U. S, V. The Burdett. 
BURFOBD, BX PARTE, 3 Cr. 448. 



Snpreme Ct.; habeas corpus, a 



BURGESS V. GRAY, 16 H. 48. 

Land laws U. S.; when action of 
executive officers final on facts, a 

Legal title ; while in the govern- 
ment the statute of limitations does 
not run. 6 



4 Cr. 75, ex parte Bolman. 
3 P. 194, ex parte Watkins. 

7 P. 568, ex parte Watkins. 

5 H. 188, ex parte Metzger. 

6 Wall. 324, exparte McCardle. 

8 Wall. 98. CKjaarte Yerger. 
a 18 Wall. 166, exparte Lange. 

a 100 U. S. 343, exparte Virginia. 
a 100 U. S. 374, exparte Siebokl. 

a 18 H. 284, Murray v. Hoboken 
Co. 

6 92 U. S. 347, Oaksmith v. John- 
son. 



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BtJBGESS, GKEEIiET v. See Greeley v. Burgess. 
BUKKE, NEW ALBANY v. See New Albany v. Burke. 
BUKKE T. SMITH, 16 Wall. 390. 

Corpriratioiis ; capital stock trust 1 a 17 Wall. 620, Sawyer v. Hoag. 
for creditors, a \ 

BUKKE, SWATZE v. See Sw.iyze v. Burke. 
BTJBKHAM, 'WIGGINS v. See Wiggins v. Burkliam. 

BUBKHAKDT, NATIONAI, BANK v. See National Bank v. Burkhardt. 
BUKIINGTON, ROGERS v. See Rogers v. Bvrlington. 
BUKNETT V. CALDW^Etl., 9 Wall. 390. 

Vendor's lien, a | a 23 Wall. 127, Lewis v. Hawkins. 

BURNETT, EWTNG v. See Ewlng v. Burnett. 
BUBNHISEI. V. riRMAN, 83 WaU. 170. 



Interest; nsnry. a 
Biinkrnptc}' ; preferences. 



a 91 U. S. 33, Farmers' Nat. B'k 

V. Dearlng. 
6 91 U. S. 121, Sawyer v. Turpin. 
a 100 U. S. 74, Holden v. Trust Co. 



BUBNXEY, COOK v. See Cook v. Burnley. 
BURNXET, WHITE v. See White v. Burnley. 
BURNS, U. S. T. See U. S. v. Bums. 
BURR, EX PARTE, 9 'Wll. 530. 

Mandamus; to restore attorney; 1 a 7 W.all. 377, ex parte Bradley, 
discretionary powers, a I 

BURR V. DES MOINES NAV. & R. R. CO., 1 Wall. 99. 



Snpreme Court ; defective, state- 
ment of facts ; dismissal of writ of 
error, a 

Jury trial ; waiver. 6 

Grant by .Congress to Iowa of 
lands on Des Moines River, c 



BURR V. DURYEB, 1 WaU. 535. 

Patent law; "equivalents." a 
Combinations. 6 
Patents for a machine; "inven- 
tion." c 
Keissues. d 



a 1 Wall. 603, Pomeroy v. Bank. 
a 6 Wall. Ill, U. S. v. Adams. 
a 9 Wall. 127, Norris v. Jackson. 
a 9 Wall. 431, Flanders v. Tweed. 
b 12 Wall. 281, Kearney v. Case. 
a 12 Wall. 301, Miller v. L. Ins. Co. 
c 17 Wall. 151, Williams v. Baker. 
c 17 Wall. 162, Homestead Co. v. 
Valley Co. 



a 2 Wall. 328, Case u. Brown. 

6 22 Wall. 27, Gill u. Wells. 

c 94 U. S. 288, Fuller v. Yentzer. 

a 96 U. S. 230. Werner v. Kino;. 

d 98 D. 8. 139, Powder Co. v. Pow- 
. der Co. 

BURROWS, NUDD V. See Nudd v. Burrows. 
BURT, MANDERTXLI/E v. See Manderrille v. Burt. 
BURT V. PINJANB, 99 U. S. 180. 

Jury; challenge, a \ a 99 U. S. 184, Atwood v. Weems. 

BURTON T. SMITH, 13 P. 483. 

Landlord-s liens, a | a 94 U. S. 387, Beall v. White. 

BURTON V. WIXMAMS, 3 Wh. 539. 

Boundaries between States, a | a 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

BUKWEDL V. MANDEVILrB, 3 H. 573. 

Executors; right to continue in- 1 a 101 U. S. 329, Smith v. Ayer. 
terest in partnership, a I 



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BUSHNEIit V. KEITNEDY, 9 Wall. 387. 

U. S. courts ; suits bj' assignees ; 
sec. 11 judiciary act no application 
to cases removed, a 



a 14 Wall. 293, Lexington v. Butler 



BUSSABD, WETZEtl, v. See Wetzell v. Bussard." 
BUTtEB V. HORWIXZ, 7 Wall. 859. 



Constitution; legal-tender acts; 
contract to pay in gold, a 



a 8 Wall. 445, Bronson ». Kirap on 
a 8 Wall. 606, Hepburn v. Grisirold 
a 11 Wall. 380, Dewing v. Sears. 



BUTLER, I/EXINGTON v. See Lexington v. Butler. 
BUTtEB V. PENTTSYIVANIA, 10 H. 414. 



a 100 U. S. 559, Newton v. Com'rs. 



Constitntion ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; power of the legislature 
over offices, a 

BUTLER CO., CURTIS t. See Curtis v. Butler Co. 

BUTXERirrEXD V. USHER, 91 U. S. 346. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees ; I a 96 TJ. S. 714, Sage v. Kailr'd Co. 
decree confirming sale, a \ 

BUTTERWORTH, BENNETT v. See Bennett v. Butterwortli. 
BUTTS, HODGSON v. See Hodgson v. Butts. 
BUTZ T. MUSCATINE, 8 Wall. 575. 

U. S. courts; mandamus to State 
officers to compel levy of tax. a 

When the deci.sions of the State 
courts biiuling; county and muni- 
cipal bonds in aid of railroads. 6 

Limitation on power to contract 
debts without providing for pay- 
ment, c 

Legislative control over muni- 
cipal corponitions. d 

BUYCK V. U. S., IS P. ai5. 

Floriila land titles, a 
Incomplete claims, b 
Want of survey, c 



9 Wall. 414, Mayor v. Loi-d. 

18 Wall. 82, Supervisors w.U.S. 

19 Wall. 678, Pine Grove c.Tal- 
cott. 

94 U. S. 642, Com'rs v. Tiiayer. 

98 U. S. 397, U. S. e. N. Orleans 

99 U. S. 628. Com'rs v. Sellew. 
d 100 U. S. 532; Mt. Pleasant v. 

Beckwith. 



a 16 P. 155, U. S. V. Miranda. 

a 3 H. 618, Chaires v. U. S. 

6 3 H. 784, U. S. V. King. 

a 5 H. 26, U. S. v. Lawton. 

e 10 H. 554, Villabolos v. U. S. 

6 11 H. 124, Le Compte v. U. S. 
BYNUM, OLCOTT v. See Olcott v. Bynum. 
BYRNE, INNERABITY v. See Innerarity v. Byrne. 
CABOT, BINGHAM v. See Bingham v. Oabot. 
CADLE V. BAKER, ao Wall. 650. 

Corporations; proceedings to en- 
force liability of stockholdei-s of 
insolvent bank, a 

CADY, STEVENS v. See Stevens v. Oady. 
CAIG, DUVAIi T. See Buval v. Caig. 
CAIG, SHIRRAS T. See Sliirras v. Caig. 
CAI.DCLEUGH, GORDON t. See Gordon «. Oaldoleugh. 



a 91 U. S. 59, Sanger v. XJpton. 



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CAUJER T. BTJIX, 3 DaU. 386. 

Retrospective laws ; when valid ; 
what are ex post facto laws, a 

Constitntion ; eleventh amend- 
ment ; suits between States and 
individuals. 6 

Obli^tion of contractR ; validity 
of act awarding new trials, c 

Judument without hearing void, d 

What are vested rights, e 



CAIDEB-WOOB, N. T. & VA. S. B. CO. 

Co. V. Calderwood. 

CAXDWEU-'S CASE, 19 "WaU. 264, 

United States ; contracts for mil- I a 91 U. S. 26! 
itary stores, a I 

CA1I>\FEIJ^ BUBNETT v. See Bnmett v. OaldweU. 

CAIOJWEIi V. TAGGABT, 4 P. 190. 



a 2 P. 653, Wilkinson v. Leland. 
a 8 r. 108, W^itson v. Mei-cc'r. 
6 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
c 10 H. 396, R. R. Co. o. Nesbit. 
a 17 H. 461, Carpenter ». Penn. 
a 4 Wall. 173, Locke v. New Or- 
leans. 
d 11 Wall. 267, McVeigh v. U. S. 
a 13 Wall. 662. Osborii u. Nicholson 
e 15 Wall. 623, Gunn v. Barry. 
a 23 Wall. 149, Randell v. Kreiger. 

V. See New York & Virginia S. U. 



Black V. U. S. 



Parties, a 
CAXD'WEI.L V. TJ. S., 8 H. 381. 

U. S. ; forfeitures ; at what time 
they attach, a 
Instructions; exceptions. 6 



as 13 P. 359, Story c, Livingston. 
1 a 16 Wall. 451, Ribon v. R. R. Co. 

a 14 WaU. 56, Henderson's Dis- 
tilled Spirits. 
6 20 Wall. 162, Ins. Co. v. Baring. 



CAirFOENIA, AXMT v. See Almy v. OaliJomia. 
CAILAWAT CO. v. FOSTER, 93 V. S: 567. 

County and municipal bonds in 
aid of railroads ; conditions ; valid- 
ity of subscription, a 

How agreement for subscription 
affected by adoption of new Consti- 
tution, b 

Elections ; two-thirds vote, c 



a 94 U, S. 638, Com'rs v. Thayer. 

6 94 U. S. 689, Scotland Co. o. 
Thomas. 

a 94 U. S. 806, East Lincoln v. 
Davenport. 

b 96 U. S. 685, Ray Co. v. Van 
Syole. 

b 98 U. S. 172, SchuylerD.Thomas 

c 99 U. S. 220, Sup. v. Galbraith. 

a 101 U. S. 202, Pompton v. Coop- 
er Union. 



CAMANCHE, THE, 8 "WaU. 470. 

Salvage ; in whose name libel I 
should be filed, a \ 

CAMBUSTON, V. S. v. See V. S. v. Cambnston. 
CAaiDBN T. DOREMUS, 3 H. 516. 

Negotiable paper; regularity of 
notice and protest a question of 
law for the court, a 

Exception ; to admission of evi- 
dence, b 

Supreme Court ; objections must 
first be taken in court below, c 

CAMMEYEB V. NEWTON, 94 U. S. 885. 

Patent law; presumption tiiat I a 94 U. S. 293, Fuller ». Tentzer. 
patentee is the first inventor, a \ 
4 



a 10 Wall. 11, The Blackwell. 
a 101 U. S. 390, The Sabine. 



a 18 H. 517, Watson v. Tarpley. 
a 20 Wall. 13;^, Burton v. Driggs. 
c 20 Wall. 418, Mays v. Fritton. 



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CAMORON V. McROBBKTS, 3 Wh. 591. 



U.S. courts; jurisdiction; citi- 
zpnsliip. a 

Judgments; power to set aside 
after term. 6 

Paities. c 

Eesjndicata. d 



a 7 P. 252, Vattier v. Hinde. 

6 12 P. 491, ex parte Sibbald. 

6 6 H. 36, Bank U. S. v. Moss. 

c 17 H. 137, Siiilds v. Barrow. 

6 18 H. .508, McMicken v. Perrin. 

c 6 Wall. 285, Barney v. Balti- 
more. 

d22 Wall. 245, French v. Hay. 
CAMPAU, LEWIS v. See Lewis v. Oampau. 
CAMPBELL V. BOYREATJ, !S1 H. 383. 



U.S. courts; trial without jnry. a 
Waiver. 6. 



a 9 Wall. 429, Flanders v. 'J'weed. 

a 12 Wall. 281, Kearney v. Case. 

a 14 Wall. 53, Henderson's Spirits 

6 91 U. S. 614, Gilman v. Tel. Co. 
CAMPBELL, GENEKES v. See Generes v. Campbell. 
CAMPBELL, NEBRASKA v. See Nebraska v. Campbell. 
CAMPBELL V. PRATT, a P. 354. 

Erior ; immaterial assignment I 10 Wall. 528, Brobst v. Brock, 
of. a I 

CAMPBELL, ROBINSON v. See Eobinson v. Campbell. 
CAMPBELL, VANCE v. See Vance v. Campbell. 
CAMPBELL V. WILCOX, 10 W^all. 428. 

Negotiable paper; validity ; I al4 Wall. 374, Pughc.McOormick. 

stamps, a \ 

CAMPBELL, WISWALL v. See Wiswall v. Campbell. 
CANAL CO. V. CLABK, 13 TVall. 380. 

Trade-marks. «. i a 96 U. S. 254, McLean v. Fleming. 

I a 101 U. S. 54, M'f'gCo. v. Trainer. 

CANAL CO. V. GORDON, 6 Wall. 661. 

Mechanic's lien, a ' | a 101 U. S.452, Brooks w. R. K. Co. 

CANNON V. NEW ORLEANS, 80 Wall. 677. 



Constitution ; tonnage tax. 
Wharfage, h 



a 94 U. S. 245, S. S. Co. ». Tinker. 
a 99 U. S. 284, Tr.Co.D.WIieeliiig 
6 100 U. S. 428, Packet Co. v. St. 
Louis. 

CANTER V. AMERICAN INS. CO., 3 P. 318. 



Supreme Court; error; generally 
an appellant only can ask reversal, a 

No appeal lies from a decree re- 
specting costs. 6- 



CANTER, AMERICAN INS. CO. v 
CANTRELL, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Cantrell 
CAPRON V. VAN ORDEN, 8 Cr. 186. 



a 5 Wall . 41 2, The Wm . Bagaley. 

a 12 Wall. 13.5, Mail Co. v. Flan- 
ders. 

a 94 U. S. 599, The Step. Morgan. 

6 100 U. S. 112, Elastic Fabrics 

Co. V. Smith. 
See Am. Ins. Co. v. Canter. 



U. S. courts; citizenship; juris- 
diction, a 



When judgments are void. 6 
CARD, MAGUIRE v. See Maguire i>. Card. 
CAREY, PERIN V. See Perin v. Carey. 

See Nelson v. Garland; 



a 8 P. 115, Brown v. Keene. 
6 6 H. 36, Bank U. S. v. Moss. 
a 19 H. 402. Dred Scott v. Sanford. 



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CAKLIStE V. TJ. S., 16 Wall. 151. 

Pardon, a 

l^euti-als residing witliin the 
enemy's country ; duties of. 6 
Court of Claims; suits by aliens, c 



a 91 U, S. 47S. Osborn v. U. S. 

a 95 U. S. 153, Knote v. U. S. 

6 95 U. S. 212, Kadicli v. Hutchins. 

c 97 U. S. 62, Young v. U. S. 

c 99 (J. S. 307, Phelps w. McDonald 



a 17 H. 137. Shields v. Barrow. 
6 7 Wall. 110, Dnrant U.Essex, 
c 100 U. S. 489, Hauenstein v. 
Lynham. 



CAKNEAT T. BANKS, 10 Wh. 188 

Parties ; when formal, a 

Equity; dismissals without prej- 
udice. 6 

Treaties; alienage, c 
CARNEAX, BANK V. S. v. See Bank U. S. v. Carneal, 
CARNOCHAN t. CHRISTIE, 11 Wh. 446. 

Awards, a a 2 Wall. 131. Heckers v. Fowler. 

Cross-bills. 6 a 5 Wall. 430, De Groot v. U. S, 

b 10 Wall. 303, Washington R. R. 
Co. V. Bradleys. 

CAKOIiTNE, THE, t. TJTiTITED STATES, 7 Cr. 496. 



Admiralty; Circuit Court; when 
it may allow new allegation in an 
information, a 

Informations ; nature of. b 

Slave trade ; construction of acts 
prohibiting, c 

Supreme Court ; amendments 
and further proof, d 

Reversal wliere court below was 
without jurisdiction, e 



CAKONDEIET v. ST. LOUIS, 1 Bl. 

Missouri land titles ; right of Ca- 
rondelet to commons, a t 

CARPENTER v. BBXTER, 8 TVall. S13. 



a 1 Wh. 264, The Edward. 
6 9Wh. 384, The Emily and Car- 
oline, 
■c 9 Wh. 409, St. Jago do Cuba. 
c 10 Wh. 135, The Plattsbnrgh. 
c 12 Wh. 467, U. S. v. Gooding, 
c 2 Wall. 371, The Slavers (Sarah). 
b 5 Wall. 68, U. S. «. Weed. 
d 10 Wall. 420. The Mabey. 
6 16 Wall. 431, U. S. v. Huckabee. 
c 20 Wall. 105, Confiscation Cases. 
e 23 Wall. 164, Stickney v. Wilt. 
6 95 U. S. 586, U. S. v. Mann. 
b 96 U. S. 365, U. S. v. Simmons. 

179. 

I a 14 Wall. 813, Dent v. Emraerger. 



Deeds ; acknowledgment, a 

CARPENTER v. lONGAN, 16 Wall, 

Negotiable paper ; mortgage to 
secure ; what defenses are good 
against ; bona-fide holders, a 



CARPENTER V. PROVIDENCE INS, 

Insurance; concealment, a 

Evidence by executors. 6 

Mortgagors ; equities arising out 
of the receipt by apparent owner of 
the insurance-money, c 

U. S. courts; when they follow 
the decisions of the State courts, d 

CARPENTER v. RANNEIS, 19 Wall. 138. 



a 10 Wall. 32, Little v. Herndon. 

371. 

a 16 Wall. 469, Kennicott v. Super- 
visors. 

a 19 Wall. 166, Sawyer v. Prickett. 

a 95 U. S. 18, New Orleans v. 
Montgomery. 

CO., 16 p. 495. 

a 4 H. 216, Carpenter v. Provi- 
dence Ins. Co. 
6 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 
c 12 H. 145, Rus.sell v. Southard. 
d 100 U. S. 246, Gates v. Nat. Bank 
dlOl U. S. 31, R. R. Co. V. Nat. 
Bank. 



Land titles ; Missouri ; confirma- 
tions by Congress ; enurement ; 
legal representatives, a 



a 22 Wall. 262. Connoyeru. Schaef- 
fer. . 



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CARPENTER, WOOD v. See Wood v. Carpenter. 
CABB, U. S. V. See U. S. o. Carr. 
CABBINGTON, CtABK v. See Clark v. Carrington. 
CAEBINOXON v. MEECHANTS' INS. CO., 8 P. 518. 



Prize ; neutrals ; trade in time 
oi war; contraband, a 
Probable cause. & 



CABBINGTON v. PBATT, 18 H. 

Special verdicts ; mistrial, a 
Bottomry bonds. 6 



63. 



CABBOM,, THE, 8 Wall. 303. 

Collision ; rules of navigation, 



a 3 Wall. 556, The Bermuda. 
a 5 Wall. 26, The Spiribrook. 
6 97 U. S. 643, Stacey v. Emery. 



a 20 H. 441, Suydam v. Williamson. 
6 9 Wall. 135, The Grapeshot. 
a 23 Wall. 163, Stickney v. Wilt, 
a 91 U. S. 131, E.R. o. Trustees. 



a 8 Wall. 592, The Potomac. 
a 15 Wall. 679, The Lucille. 
a 94 U. S. 604, The Steph. Morgan 
See McKinney v. Carroll. , 



CABBOIili, McKINNEY v. 
CABBOIil. V. PEAKE, 1 P. 83. 

Writs of error to State courts; 
judgment on Federal question will 
not be reversed unless manifestly 
wrong, a 

Amendments. 6 

CABEOtl., PEATT v. See Pratt v. Carroll. 
CAEEOLl T. SAFEOBD, 3 H. 4S9. 

Land laws ; right to the fee ; 
register's certificate, a 

Patents. 6 

State tax on public land before 
issue of patent, c 

CABEOM., STEIXE v. See Stelle v. Carroll. 

CAEBOM, V. U. S., 13 WaU. 152. 

Court of Claims ; captured and i a 95 U. S. 417, U. S. v. Gillis 
abandoned property act. a \ , . ". v^ima, 

CAEB-Sl, TATLOR t. See Taylor v. Carry]. 
CABSKAEDEN, PIERCE ^r. See Piercer. Carskarden. 
CAESON, JENNINGS v. See Jennings „. Carson. 
CAESON, BOBEETSON v. See Robertson v. Carson. 
CAESON, THOENTON v. See Thornton r. Oarson. 
CABTEE V. CUTTING, 8 Cr. 851 



a 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
6 11 H. 490, Conrad v. Griflfey. 



a 4 H. 19, Levi v. Thompson. 
6 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
c 4 Wall. 219, Witherspoon v. Dun- 
can. 



Supreme Court ; appellate juris- 
diction in cases from courts of the 
District of Columbia, a 

CARTER, AYRES v. See Ayres v. Carver, 
CARTER, RYAN v. See Ryan n. Carter. 
CARVER V. HYDE, 16 P, 613. 

Patents; combinations, a 
"Equivalents." b 



a 19 Wall. 64, E. R. Co. v. Church. 



a 10 H. 341, Stimpson v. R. R. Co. 
15 Wall. 194, Gould v. Rees. 
a 22 Wall. 28, Gill v. Wells. 
a 23 Wall. 367, Reedy ii. Scott. 



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CAB\'ER V. JACKSON, 4 P. 80. 

Supreme Couit; enor ; instnic- 
tions. a 

Recital in lease ; when after lapse 
of time evidence to establish lease, b 

Prima-facie evidence, c 

Recitals ; when estoppels, d 

Deed ; covenants of title ; estop- 
pels, e 

Wills; estates held to vest "at 
earliest possible period;" contin- 
gent remainders, f 

Deeds ; evidence of delivery, g 



CAJBT V. CURTIS, 3 H. !836. 

Collectors ; action against to re 
cover back taxes ; protest, a 

Judicial power of the U. S.; pow 
ers of Congress. 6 



a 5 P. 190, ex parte Crane. 

6 6 P. 598, Crane v. Morris. 

c 6 P. 622, Kelly v. Jackson. 

o 7 P. 389, Majfniac v. Thompson. 

d 10 P. 257, Sprigg v. Bank. 

a 4 H. 123, Garrard «. Reynolds. 

« 11 H. 323, Van Rensselaer r. 

Kearney, 
e 18 H. 83, Bush v. Cooper. 
6 5 Wall. 806, Deery u. Cray. 
f 6 Willi. 475, Doe v. Consedine. 
g 10 Wall. 866, Hanriok v. Neeley. 
/19 Wall. 175, Cropley ». Cooper. 
a 99 U. S. 659, Spring Co. «. Edgar 



a 4 H. 331, Rankin v. Hoyt. 

6 8 H. 449, Sheldon v. Sill. 

a 2 Bl. 478, Curtis v. Fiedler. 

a 5 Wall. 732, Phila. v. Collector. 

a 7 Wall. 129, Nichols v. U. S. 

a 12 Wall. 13, Col'tor v. Hubbard. 

b 18 Wall. 577, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 

a 22 Wall. 639, Bailey v. R. R. Co. 

a 92 Wall. 452, Barney v. Watson. 

a 96 Wall. 150, Davies v. Arthur. 
CASANOVA, BOMIE v. See Eomie v. Casanova. 
CASE V. BBO'WN, a ■WaU. 320. 

■ Patent law; infringement; com- | a 22 Wall. 27, Gill u. Wells, 
binations. a I 

CASE, KEABNET v. See Kearney d. Case. 
CASE v. TEBBEll, 11 Wall. 301. 

National banks; power of comp- I a 14 Wall. 400, Bank of Bethel r. 
troller; right to sue. a \ Pahquioque B'k. 

CASEY, BABNITZ v. See Bamitz v. Casey. 
CASET V. CAVABOC, 96 V. S. 467. 

Pledge of securities, a | a 96 U. S. 492, Casey v. Nat. Bank. 

CASEY V. GAltl, 94 U. S. 673. 

National banks ; assessments i a 102 U. S. 426, U. S. u. Knox, 
against stockholders, a \ 

CASKS OF SIJGAB, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Casks of Sugar. 
CASKS OF WINE, TJ. S. v. See U. S. i). Casks of Wine. 
CASS CO. V. JOHNSTON, 95 TJ. S. 390. 



County and municipal bonds in 
aid of railroads; conditions; re- 
citals ; estoppel ; bona-fide holders ; 
Missouri township aid act. a 

Mandamus by U. S. courts to 
compel levy of tax to pay judg- 
ment, b 
CASSIUS, THE, 3 Dall. 181. 

Admiralty; jurisdiction over ves- 
sels property of foreign nations or 
sovereigns, a 

Captures in violation of neu- 
trality. 6 



U. S. 102, Daviess Co. v. 
Huidekoper. 

6 98 U. S. 398, U. S. u. New Or- 
leans. 

a 101 U. S. 679, Douglass v. Pike. 



a 1 Wh. 252, L'Invincible. 
6 7 Wh. 334, The Santissima Trini- 
dad. 



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CASTANT, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Oastant. 
CASTrtliEBO, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Castillero. 
CASTLE T. BXILI.ARD, 83 H. 173. 

Evidence; fraud; when evidence 
of like oflTenses relevatit. a 
Instructions to the jury, b 
Circumstantial evidence, c 
Nonsuits, d 



a 7 Wall. 139, Lincoln v. Claflin. 
a 13 Wall. 465, Butler v. Watkins. 
6 16 Wall. 516, Tweed's Case, 
c 16 Wall. 602, Wager v. Hall. 
d 18 Wall. 250, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
6 99 U. S. 659, Spring Co. v. Edgar 



CASTBO V. GOMEZ, 3 Wall. 47. 

Supreme Court; writ of error 
and appeal ; return day and dock- 
eting, a 

CASTKO V. HENDRICKS, as H. 438 

Land laws; decrees in' favor of I 
'•legal representatives." a \ 

CASTBO v. U. S., 3 WaU. 49. 

Supreme Court ; appeals ; allow- 
ance ; return of i-ecord ; docket- 
ing, a 

Difference between appeals and 
writs of error. 6 



CASTRO, U. S. T. See U. S. ■!). Castro. 

CASWEMi, liAWBENCE v. See La-wrence v. Caswell, 

CATHCAET V. EOBINSON, 5 P. 380. 

British statutes ; adoption of. a 

Construction of words in the con- 
stitution taken from English law. 6 

Equity ; parol evidence ; mis- 
take, c 

CATHERINE, THE, v. DICKINSON, 17 H 



a 99 U. S. 506, Grigsby ». Purcell. 



a 97 U. S. 208, McMicken v. XJ. S. 



o 3 Wall. 768, U. S. v. Gomez. 

a 5 Wall. 824, Alviso v. U. S. 

a 6 Wall. 358, Mussina u.Cavazos. 

a 7 Wall. 310, Edmonson v. 
Bloom shire. 

a 8 Wall. 309, The Lucy. 

a 10 Wall. 425, U. S. v. Vigil. 

6 20 Wall. 625, Murdock v. Mem- 
phis. 

a 99 U. S. 506, Grigsby v. Purcell. 



a 12 P. 608, Kendall v. IT. S. 

6 18 H. 308, ex parte Wells. 

c 101 U. S. 585, Walden v. Skinner. 



Collision ; when each ship bears 
its own loss, a 
Damages. 6 
Lookouts, u 



CATtETT V. BRODIB, 9 Wli. 553. 

Supreme Ct.; act of 1803 places 
appeals on same footing as writs of 
error; supersedeas, a 

Approval of bond. 6 



173. 

a 21 H. 194, The James Gray t). The 

John Eraser. 
6 8 Wall. 386, The Baltimore. 
a 12 Wall. 43, The Maria Martin. 
a 14 Wall. 361, The Continental. 
6 18 Wall. 55, The Sapphire. 
a 91 U. S. 215, The Sunnyside. 
c 91 U. S. 699, The Colorado. 
a 92 U. S. 438, The America. 
a 93 U. S. 319, The Atlas. 

a 16 H. 139, Stafford v. Union B'k. 
a 23 H. 1, Anson v. R. R. Co. 
a 3 Wall. 701, U. S. v. Dashiel. 
6 4 Wall. 454, Davidson v. Lanier. 
a 12 Wall. 99, French v. Shoe- 
maker. 
a 12 Wall. 149, Bigler v. Waller. 
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CATIiETT, COIUMBIA INS. CO. v. See Columbia Ins. Co. v. Oatlett. 
CATTS V. PHAIEN, 3 H. 388. 

Instniotions to jury, a \ alo Wall. 674, Haffin v. Mason 

CAVAROC, CASEY v. See Casey 11. CaTaroo. 
CAVAZOS, MUSSINA v. See Mussina v. Oayazos. 
CAVAZOS V. TREVINO, 6 WaU. 773. 

Evidence; "snn-oundingfaots." a 

CAWOOD PATENT, 94 V. S. 695. 

Patent law ; damages tor in- 
fringement ; profits, a 

CAYUGA, THE, 14 Wall. 878. 

Demurrage, o 
Collision ; tugs. & 

CAZE & RICHAUD v. BAIXIMOKE INS. CO., 7 Cr. 358. 



a 95 U. S. 95, Grood v. Martin. 



a 97 U. S. 139, Elizabeth v. Pave- 
ment Co. 



a 18 Wall. 603, Tlie Favorita. 
6 94 U. S. 497, I'lie Margaret. 



a 8 Cr. 46, Marcardieru.Ins. Co. 
a 12 Wb. 383, Ins. Co. v. Catlett. 



Marine insurance ; abandon- 
ment ; liability of underwi'iters for 
freight, a 

CENTKAX R. R. CO., SAGE v. See Sage v. Central E. R. Co. 
CENTRA!, R. R.," YORK CO. v. See York Co. v. Central E. E. 
CENTRAX RAXLROAIt AND BANK CO. T. GEORGIA, 98 U. S. 665 



a 94 U. S. 726, Ches. E. R. Co. v.. 

Virginia. 
a 96 U. S. 511, R. E. Co. o. Maine, 
a 98 U. S. 362, E.E. Co. U.Georgia. 

CHAFFEE T. BOSTON BEXTING CO., 88 H. 883. 



Constitution; obligation of con- 
tracts ; exemption of railroads from 
taxation; consolidation, a 



Patent law ; purchase for mak- 
ing and vending article patented, 
and purchase for the purpose of 
using it. a 

Assignees. 6. 

CHAFFEE V. HAYWOOD, 80 H. 814. 

Jurisdiction, a 
CHAFFEE V. U. S., 18 WaU. 516. 

Eevenne ; action to recover pen- 
alties. ' a 

CHATRES T. U. S., 3 H. 618. 

Supreme Court ; mandates, a 

CHAMBERLAIN, DE XA CROIX v. 



a 1 Wall. 351, Bloomer v. Millin- 

gar. 
a 16 Wall. 547, Mitchell v. Hawley. 
6 IS Wall. 416, Eunson v. Dodge. 



a 20 Wall. S, Habich v. Folger. 
a 97 U. S. 271, Lilienthal's Tobacco. 



a 17 Wall. 283, Tyler v. Magvvire. 
See De La Croix v. Chamberlain. 



CHAMBERLAIN v. W^ARD, 81 H. 570. 



Collision ; lookouts, a 

Lights. 6 

Cross-libels in admiralty, 



CHAMBERLAIN, WARD v. 
CHAMBERS, KENNBTT v. 



a 22 H. 471, N. Y. & B. Tr. Co. v. 

P. & S. St. N. Co. 
a 23 H. 293, Haney v. Bait. S. P. Co 
a 3 Wall. 273, Tlie Ottowa. 
6 9 Wall. 510, The Gray Eagle. 
a 13 Wall. 479, The Ariadne. 
6 14 Wall. 358, The Continental. 
6 91 U. S. 214, The Sunnyside. 
c 91 U. S. 383, The Dore. 
6 91 U. S. 698, The Colorado. 

See Ward v. Chamberlain. 
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CHAMBERS, STODDARD v. See Stoddard v. Chambers. 
CHAUDtER T. VAIf ROKDER, 84 H. 834. 

Iiistriiotioiis; province of jury, a | a 20 Wall. 162, Ins. Co. v. Baring. 
CHAPMAN, BRENT v. See Brent v. Chapman. 
CHAJPMAN, FENWICK v. See Fenwick v. Chapman: 
CHAPMAN V. FORSYTH, 2 H. 808. 

Bankruptcy ; what debts ex- I a 95 U. S. 708, Neal v. Clark, 
empted from discharge; "fraud." ffi| 
CHAPMAN, McCARGO v. See McOargo v. Chapman. 
CHAPMAN, ROACH v. See Roach v. Chapman. 
CHAPMAN, 'WOL.SEY V. See "Wolsey v. Chapman. 
CHAPPEDELAINE v. DECHENAUX, 4 Cr. 306. 



Circnit Courts U. S. ; suits by ad- 
nministrators ; citizenship, a 



a 8 Wh. 642, Childress v. Emory. 

a 12 P. 164, Clarke v. Matliewson 

a 2 H. 13, McNutt v. Bland. 

a 9 Wall. 391, Bushnell v. Ken- 
nedy. 

a 11 Wall. 175, Coal Co. v. Blatch- 
ford. 

a 13 Wall. 67, Eice v. Houston. 
CHARI:ES carter, the, BtAINE V. See Blaine v. The Charles Carter. 
GHARI.es river bridge v. warren BRIDGB, 11 p. 536. 



Corporations ; implied powers ; 
obligation of contracts under the 
Constitution ; power to authorize a 
bridge near that allowed by the 
charter of the corporation, a 

Public grants ; construction in 
favor of government. 6 

Ferries ; police power, c 

Power of State legislature to 
bind tlie State by contract, d 

Ex post facto laws, e 

Statutes of U. S. ; construed by 
the rules of the common law. f 

Piivate and curative statutes, g 



a 6 H. 318, Plant. Bank v. Sharp. 

6 8 H. 579, Mills v. St. Clair Co. 

b 9 H. 177, Peri-ine v. Canal Co. 

b 10 H. 414, Butler v. Pennsylv'a. 

c 10 H. 532, E. Hartford v. Hart- 
ford Bridge Co. 

b 13 H. 78, R. K. Co. ». B. R. Co. 

6 16 H. 376, B'k of Ohio v. Knoop. 

d 16 H. 427, Life Ins. Co. v. Debolt 

e 17 H. 461, Carpenter v. Penn. 

6 23 H. 88, K. R. v. Litclifleld. 

c 23 H. 437, Mintuin v. Larue. 

/ 1 Bl. 375, Rice v. Railroad Co. 

d 1 Bl. 442, Jeffeison Branch B'k 
V. Skelly. 

b S Wall. 75, Biughamton Br. 

g 7 Wall. 624, Beloit v. Moi-gan. 

b 15 M'all. 512, Holyoke Co. v. 
Lyman. 

6 92 U. S. 741, R. R. w. U. S. 

6 100 U. S. .561, Kewtoiiu.Com'rs. 

/lOl U. S. 540, R. R. Co. i;. Phila. 
CHARLESTON, BRANCH v. See Branch v. Charleston. 
CHARLESTON, MURRAY v. See Mnrray v. Charleston 
CHARLESTON, WESTON T. See Weston v. Charleston. 

CHARMING BETSY, THE, MURRAY T. See Mnrray -». The Charming Betsy. 
CHASE, BOWBN v. See Bowen v. Chase. 
CHASE, INS. CO. V. See Ine. Co. v. Chase. 
CHASE, STEAMBOAT CO. v. See Steamboat Co. v. Chase. 
CHASE V. VASQUBZ, 11 Wli. 489. 

Supreme Ct.; final judgments. a\a 3 P. 316, Canter u. Am. Ins. Co. 

I a 15 H. 464, Corning v. Factory. 



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CHEANG-KETE v. U. S., 3 Wall. 380, 

Judgments ; control of courts 
over during the term, a 

Legal-tender; payments of du- 
ties. 5 

Power to amend judgment after 
writ of error to Supreme Court, c 

CHEATHAM v. V. S., 93 V. S. 86. 

Taxation ; remedies' for testing 
invalidity of tax. a | 

CHEEK, OVEKTON V. See Overton v. Cheek. 
CHEROKEE TOBACCO, THE, 11 WaU. 619. 



a 9 Wall. 40, Basset v. V. S. 
6 12 Wall. 697, Trebilcock v. Wil- 
son . 
c 21 Wall. 552, Edwards v. Elliott. 



a 92 U. S. 614, State Railroad Tax 
Cases. 



Indians ; to what laws subject, a 
Statutes; construction. 6 
Treaties; law of the land, c 



a 18 Wall. 87, Stuart v. U. S. 
6 92 U. S. 621, Lewis v. U. S. 
c 100 U. S. 490, Haiienstein wLyn- 
ham. 



CHEROKEE NATION v. GEORGIA, 6 P. 1 

Indians; right to the lands occu- 
pied by them, a 

Jurisdiction of Supreme Court to 
pronounce on political questions. 6 

Control over the Indians by U. 
S. Government, c 



CHESAPEAKE INS. CO. 
CHESAPEAKE INS. CO., 
CHESAPEAKE INS. CO., 
CHESAPEAKE INS. CO. 



a 9 P. 725, Mitchell v. U. S. 

& 5 H. 374, Scott V. Jones. 

c 3 Wall. 420, U. S. v. Holliday. 

6 6 Wall. 73, Georgia v. Stanton. 

c 11 Wall. 619, Cherokee Tobacco. 

c 17 Wall. 237, Hoklen v. Joy. 

a 19 Wall. 593, U. S. v. Cook. 

a 92 U. S. 743, Railroad v. U. S. 

c 98 U. S. 193, U. S. V. 43 Gallons. 
BIAYS V. See Biays v. Chesapeake Ins. Co. 
BUCK V. See Buck v. Chesapeake Ins. Co. 
MABCABDIEB v. See Marcardier v. Ches. Ins. Co. 
V. STAKK, 6 Cr. 278. 



insurance ; abandon- 



a 4 P. 141, Ins. Co. v. Ashby. 
6 8 H. 483, Prentice v. Zane. 



Marine 
ment. a 

Special verdicts, h 
CHESAPEAKE INS. CO., STARK T. See Stark v. Ches.apeake Ins. Co. 
CHESAPEAKE R. R. v. VIBGINIA, 94 V. S. 719. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- a 96 U. S. 511, E. R. Co. ». Maine, 
tracts ; exemption of railroad from 
taxation ; consolidation, a 

CHESAPEAKE ANB OHIO CANAL v. KNAPP, 9 P. 567. 

Jury; province of as to the evi- a 95 U. S. 238, Ins. Co. u. Rodel. 
dence. o a 3 H. 71, Walker jj. Bank. 

o 10 P. 93, Tracy «. Swartout. 
CHES. & OHIO R. B. CO., PERRINE v. See Perrine v. Ches. & Ohio R. E. Co. 
CHEW, GAINES v. See G-aines i). Chew. 
CHEW, GIBSON V. See Gibson v. Chew. 
CHEW, JACKSON T. See Jackson v. Chew. 
CHEW, MARTIN v. See Martin v. Chew. 
CHICAGO, AYRES t. See Ayres v. Chicago. 
CHICAGO, DOWS V. See Dows i). Chicago. 
CHICAGO, DUCAT v. See Ducat v. Chicago. 
CHICAGO v. ROBBINS, 2 Bl. 4»8. 

U. S. courts; when bound by the I a 91 U. S. 453, Townsend v. Todd, 
decisions of the State courts, a > 



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CHICAGO, BOBBINS v. See Eobbins 11. Chicago. 
CHICAGO, U. S. V. See U. S. o. Chicago. 
CHICAGO RAILWAT v. IOWA, 94 U. S. 165. 



Kailroads ; how far subject to 
legislative control, a 



a 94 U. S. 176, Peik v. Chicago R. 
a 94 U. S. 179, B. B. v. Iowa. 
a 94 U. S. 180, B. B. v. Blake. 
a 95 U. S. 488, Hall v. De Cuir. 
a 99 [J. S. 719, Sinking-Fund Cases 



CHILD, TBIST V. See Trist v. Child. 
CHILD, U. S. T. See U. S. v. Child. 
CHIXDBESS, DOE v. See Doe v. Childress. 
CHIXDBESS V. EMORY, 8 Wh. 643. 

U. S. courts; jurisdiction; citi- 



zenship of administrator, a 
Title of administrator ; 
shown. 6 



how 



a 12 P. 164, Clarke v. Mathewson. 
h 13 P. 38, Kane ». Paul, 
a 2 H. 13, McNutt v. Bland. 
6 9 Wall. 401, Xoonan v. Bradley. 
a 11 Wall. 175, Coal Co. u. BlatcU- 

ford. 
a 13 Wall. 67, Bice v. Houston. 



CHILES, BOON V. See Boon d. Chiles. 
CHILES, TEXAS v. See Texas 11. Chiles. 
CHINA, THE, 7 Wall. 58. 

Collision ; liability of vessel while 
in charge of a pilot, a 



CHIRAC V. CHIRAC, 8 Wh. S59. 

Alienage; treaty of 1778 between 
France and the U. S. a 

Constitution ; natnralizati9n ; ex- 
clusive power of Congress, h 



a 14 Wall. 202, The Merrimac. 
a 91 U. S. 546, Barnes v. Dis=. of C. 
a 93 U. S. 107, Sherlock v. Ailing. 



a 10 Wh. 181, Carneal w. Banks. 

6 5H. 573, License Cases. (Ta- 
ney, Ch. J.) 

a 100 U.S. 489, Hauenstein u. Lyn- 
ham. 



CHIRAC T. BEINECKER, 11 WTl. 380. 



Ejectment ; when recovery evi- 
dence in action for mesne profits, a 

Entries nunc pro tunc; discre- 
tionars'. 6 

Instructions; must be founded 
on evidence, c 

Bents and profits, d • 

CHISLOMN V. GEORGIA, 3 DaU. 419, 

Judicial power previous to 11th 
amendment of the Constitution ex- 
tended to a case in which State was 
a party defendant, a 

Process against a State. 6 



o 2 P. 613, Chirac v. Eeinecker. 
6 16 H. 576, Slicer v. Bank, 
c 20 H. 246, White «. Biu-nley. 
d 17 Wall. 292, Tyler v. Magwire. 



o 1 P. 118, Gov. of Ga. v. Madrazb 

6 3 P. 461 , New Jersey u. N. York 

6 5 P. 284, Same. 

a 11 P. 259, Briscoe v. Bank. 

6 24 H. 95, Kentucky v. Dennisou. 



CHISM, DAT V. See Day v. Chism. 
CHITTENDEN t. BREWSTER, 3 Wall 

Supreme Court; party not ap- 
pealing cannot generally assign 
errors, a 

CHOTARD V. POPE, 13 Wh. 588. 

Public lands ; sales of. a 



196. 



a 9 Wall. 511, The Gray Eagle. 
a 12 Wall. 135, Mail Co. i,. Flanders 
a 94 U. S. 604, The Steph. Morgan 



a 19 Wall. 196, Eldred v. Sexton. 



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CHOUTEAU V. ECKHABT, it H. 375 

Missouri land titles ; imperfect 
titles, a 

Writs of error to State court, b 

Missouri land claims ; bar created 
by the act of 1S24. c 

Junior and senior confirnia- 
tious. d 

Act 13th June, 1812, as to com- 
mons, e 

Ejectment without patent, f 



CHOUTEAU, GIBSON v. 
CHOUTEAU V. U. S., 9 P 

Missouri land titles ; fraud, a 

Eights of holders of concessions 
on acquisition of Louisiana, b 

Concessions by lieutenant-gover- 
nors, c 

Imperfect titles, d 

CHRIST CHURCH v. PHIXADBI-PHIA, 84 H< 



a 3 H. 784, U. S. v. King. 
6 4 H. 177, Jonrdon v. Barrett, 
c 4 H. 450, Les Bois v. Bramell. 
a 7 H. 590, Kennedy v. Hunt. 
d 10 H. 369, Landes v. Brant. 
e 16 H. 507, Guitard v. Stoddard.' 
/ 19 H. 334, Bryan v. Forsyth. 
6 22 H. 202, Lytle v. Arkansas. 
e 22 H. 341. Berthold u. McDonald. 
e 1 Bl. 189, Carondeletu. St.Xouis 
a 14 Wall. 313, Dent v. Emmerger. 
See Gibson v. Chouteau. 
148. 

a 10 P. 340, Mackey v. U. S. 
6 12 P. 427, Strotlier v. Lucas, 
c 8 H. 301, Menard ». Massey. 
d 97 U. S. 215, McMicken v. U. S. 



301. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; exemptions of church prop- 
erty from taxation, a 

License by a State revocable. 6 

Grant of privileges construed 
against the grantee, c 
CHRISTIE, CARNOCHAN v. See Oarnoohan v. Christie. 
CHRISTMAS V. RUSSEXL, 6 'WaU. 303. 

Demurrer; judgment; when a 
bar. a 

Constitution ; faitli and credit to 
be given to judgments; authentica- 
tion . b 

Impeaching judgments; fraud, c 

Constitution ; statutes of limita- 
tions; power of the States to 
d 



a 22 Wall. 574, Tuckers. Ferguson 
a 93 U. S. 598, K. B. u. Superv'rs. 
6 94 U. S. 541, Doyle v. Ins. Co. 
c 97 U. S. 667, Fertilizing Co. v. 

Hyde Park, 
c 100 U. S. 561, Newton v. Com'rs 



CHRISTMAS v. RUSSELI-, 14 Wall. 

Equitable assignments, a 

CHRISTIE, EX PARTE, 3 H. 308. 

Jurisdiction of District Court in 
bankruptcy; act of 1841. a 

Mortgages. 6 

Appeals to Supreme Court, c 

Obiter dicta, d 

Supreme Court ; prohibition, e 

A.ssignees in bankruptcy; power 
to sue in the State courts. / 



a 7 Wall. 100, Aurora v. West. 

b 7 Wall. 148, Green v. Van Bus- 
kirk. 

6 9 Wall. 123, Cheever v. Wilson. 

6 18 Wall. 467, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 

a 20 Wall. 7, Habich v. Folger. 

c 21 Wall. 426, Michaels v. Post. 

c 22 Wall. 81, Max\^^ell v. Stewart. 

6 95 U. S. 422, Tnrnball v. Payson . 

d 95 U- S. 633, Terry v. Anderson. 

a 99'U. S. 488, Montgomery v. 
Samory. 

78. 

a 21 Wall. 440, Dillon v. Barnard. 

a 100 U. S. 477, Removal Cases. 

a 3 H. 434, Norton v. Boyd. 
6 6 H. 506, Houston v. City Bank, 
c 13 H. 11, Crawford v. Points. 
d 16 H. 279, Carroll v. Carroll. 
e 1 Bl. 505, ex parte Gordon. 
e 10 Wall. 543, ex parte Graliam. 
a 11 Wall. 80, Morgan n.Thornhill 
a 23 Wall. 134, Ray v. Nosewortliy. 
/93 U. S. 135, Cla'flin u. Houseman 
e 95 U. S. 72, ex parte Easton. 



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CHUKCH, DOTTNES v. See Downes «. Churoh. 
CHUKCH V. HTJBBABD, 8 Cr. 839. 

Exceptions to charge ot court, a 



Marine insurance ; insurer not 
li.able for seizure for illicit trad- 
ing. 6 

Anthentication of foreign laws, c 

CHY LUNG V. FREEMAN, 92 U. S. 

Constitution ; I'egulation of com- 
merce ; transportation, a 
Police power. 6 

CINCINNATI V. WHITE, 6 P. 431. 

Dedication to public use. a 
When and in whom title vests. 6 
When parties holding the legal 

title cannot recover against those 

beneficially entitled, c 
Ejectment; right of possession, d 
Estoppels in pais, e 



a 4 Cr. 69, Smith v. Carrington. 
6 8 P. 49.5, Carrington v. Ins. Co. 
c 13 P. 217, Stein v. Bowman, 
c 14 H. 412, Ennis v. Smith. 



875. 

a95U. 
6 97U. 



S. 470. E. E. Co. V. Hiisen. 
S. 34, Beer Co. v. Mass. 



10 P. 710, New Orleans v. U. S. 
9 H. 25, Irwin ». Dixion. 
14 H. 271, Vincennes v. Ind. 
6 Wall. 470, Doe v. Consedine. 
96 U. S 723, Morgan v. E. E. 
d 100 U. S. 582, Dickerson v. Col- 
grove. 
e 101 U. S. 499, Baker U.Humphrey 



a 3 Wall. 615, The Admiral. 

6 12 Wall. 134, Mail Co. ». Flanders 

». Circuit Judges. 



a 14 Wall. 297, Lexington v. Butler. 
6 16 Vfa\\. 663, St. Joseph e. Eogers. 
a 98 U. S. 473, Amy v. Dubuqne. 



CIRCASSIAN, THE, 8 Wall. 135. 

Prize ; violation of blockade, a 

Civil war; occupation of New 
Orleans; rights of inhabitants. 6 
CIRCUIT JUDGES, U. S. V. See U. S. 
CITIZENS' BAJS-K, BANK OF WEST TENNESSEE v. See Bank of West 

Tennessee v. Citizens' Bank. 
CITY, THE, GOODRICH v. See Ooodrich «. The City. 
CITY V. LAMSON, 9 WaU. 483. 

Bonds; coupons; negotiability; 
limitations, a. 

Municipal aid to railroads ; ratifi- 
cation by legislature, h 

CITY OF WASHINGTON, THE, 98 U. S. 436. 

Collision ; lookouts, a | a 92 U. S. 437, The America. 

CITY BANK, HOUSTON v. See Houston v. City Bank. 
CITY BANK, "WILSON v. See Wilson v. City Bank. 

CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS, U. S. v. See U. S. v. City Bank oi Columbus. 
ClAFtlN V. HOUSEMAN, 93 U. S. 130. 

Bankruptcy ; when jurisdiction I a 95 U. S. 59, MoHenry v. La Sooi- 
of U. S. courts not exclusive, a \ 6t^ Franpaise. 

CliAFtlN, LINCOtN V. See Lincoln v. Olaflin. 
CI-APP, PROVIDENCE v. See Providence v. Clapp. 
CLAPP, SMITH V. See Smith v. Clapp. 
CLARK V. BARNWELL, 18 H. 878. 



Carriers by water ; 
liability of ship, a 
Burden of proof. 



loss of goods ; 



a 21 H. 29, Propeller Niagara. 
6 7 Bl. 160, Nelson v. Woodruff^. 
a 1 Wall. 51, Comm'r-in-Chief. 
a 9 Wall. 459, The Maggie Ham- 
mond. 
6 11 Wall. 134, Tr. Co. v. Downer. 
a 14 Wall. 597, The Delaware. 
a 21 Wall. 13, The Lady Pike. 



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CliABK, BOOTH v. See BooOi v. Clark. 
CLAKK V. BOWEN, 88 H. 873. 

Comproiiiises ; n o n-p e r f o r m - I a 95 U. S. 
ance. a \ 

CLAKK, BROWN V. See Brown v. Clark. 
CI.AKK, CANAX, CO. V. See Canal Co. u. Clark. 



484, Brown v. Spofforcl. 



CLAKK V. CAKKINGTON, 7 Cr. 316. 



GiiMi-aiitj-. a 

CI.AKK V. CI.AKK, 17 H. 318. 

Bankruptcy ; sale and fiaudulent 
purchase by bankrupt of claim 
against the Mexican GrQvernment 
void, a 

CliABK V. COURTNEY, 5 P. 354. 

Seizin ; presumption that it is 
legal ; co-extensive with right and 
continues until ouster, a 

Mode of executing a deed by an 
attorne.v. 6 

Covenants in deed, c 



I a 92 U. S. 394, Smeltzer v. White. 



a 17 H. 327, Booth v. Clark. 

a 98 U. S. 23, Glenny v. Langdon. 

a 99 U. S. 306, Phelpsj)..McDouald. 



a 6 P. 706, U. S. v. Arredondo. 

a 10 P. 200, Boon v. Chiles. 

a 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lncas. 

6 13 P. 18, Van Ness v. Bank. 

a 3 H. 687, Clvmer v. Dawkins. 

c 8 H. 464, Le Eoy v. Beard. 

a 14 Wall. 146, Armstrong v. Mor- 
rill. 

a 102 U. S. 368, Hunnicutt v. Pey- 
ton. 



CIiARK V. GRAHAM, 6 MVTi. 577. 

Lands ; title to regulated by law I a 
of tlie place where situated, a \ 

CI.ARK V. lOW^A CITY, 20 WaU. 583. 

Negotiable paper; coupons; lim- 
itations, a 



1 U. S. 635, Brine v. Ins. Co. 



a 98 U. S. 473, Amy v. Dnbuqiie. 
a 102 U. S. 684, Hartmau v. Gi-een- 
liovv. 



CliARK T. ISEtlN, 81 "Wall. 368. 

Bankruptcy; preferences, a 
Pledge ; collateral securities, b 



a 21 Wall. 381, Watson v. Taylor. 

a 91 U. S. 121, Sawyer v. Tnrpin. 

6 96 U. S. 476, Casey v. Cavaroc. 

a 101 U. S. 743, Stewart v. Piatt. 
CI.ARK, JACBKON V. See Jackson v. Clark. . 

ei-ARK, MARION CO. v. See Marion Co. v. Clark. 
CLARK, NEAIi v. See Neal v. Clarki 

CLARK, PAWI.ET, TOWN OE, v. See Pawlet, Town of, d. Clark. 
CLARK, PORTERFIEIiD T. See Porterfleld v. Clark. 
CliARK, NEW ORLEANS v. See New Orleans v. Clark. 
CLARK V. REYBURN,-8 Wall. 318. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- I a 96 U. S. 638, Brine v. Ins. Co. 
tract; remedy; mortgages, a \ 

CLARK, RUSSELL v. See Russell v. Clark. 
CLARK, SMITH v. See Smith v. Clark. 
CLARK V. U. S., 6 Wall. 546. 

U. S. contracts; damages, a | a 94 U. S. 217, U. 8. v. Smith. 
CLARK, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Clark. 



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ClARK V. 

Equitj' ; 
clence. a 



VAN KIENSDYK, 9 Cr. 

answers : when evi- 



CtARK V. WASHINGTON, 18 Wh. 

Lottery ^raiit. a 

Municipal coi-porations ; how far 
legislatni-e can delegate tlieir power 
to. 6 

Liabiiitj' for acta of agents, c 

CI.ABK V. YOUNG, 1 Cr. 181. 

Sale ; taking note in payment, a 
Action on original contract; suit 

on note ; production of. b 

CI.ARK CO., U. S. V. See U. S. v. Clark Co, 

CLARKE, DUNN v. See Dimii v. Clarke. 

CI;ABKE V. MATTHEWSON, 18 P. 171. 



153. 

a 5 7. 107, Unron Bank v. Geary. ' ; 
a 13 H. 163, Buck'gliam v. McLean. 
a 2 Wall. 430, Tobey v. Leonards. 
a 11 Wall. 233, May v. LeClaire. 
a 16 Wall. 30, Voorhees v. Bone- 
steel. 
a 99 U. S. 206, Goddenu. Kimmell. 

40. 

a 5 P. 300, Shankland v. Wash- 
ington. 

6 10 H. 532, East Hartford u. Hart- 
ford Bridge Co. 

c 18 H. 480, Bacon v. Kobertson. 



a 3 Or. 311, Harris v. Jolinston. 
6 16 P. 320, Boacli v. HuUings. 



Parties ; personal representa- 
tives, a 

U. S. cnnrts; jurisdiction having 
once attaclied no subsequent cliange 
will oust it. b 

Writ of error; not the commence- 
ment of a new action, c 

Injunction on equity side U. S. 
court to restrain action at law in 
same court ancillary, d 

CLARKE V. RUSSELL, 3 DaU. 415. 

Statute of frauds ; subsequent 
parol agreement, a 

CLARKE V. SMITH, 13 P. 800. 

Land laws ;• reservations ; loca- 
tion of land ; Indian lands, a 

Equity ; bill to quiet title ; en- 
forcement of the Kentucky statute 
by the Circuit Court U. S. b 

Cloud on title, c 



CLARKE, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Clarke. 
CLARKE, WARING v. See Waring v. Clarke 
CLEARWATER v. MERIDITH, 1 Wall. 48, 



a 2 H. 13, McNutt v. Bland. 
6 15 H. 207, Kanouse v. Martin. 
a 20 H. 542, Whyte v. Gibbes. 
c 24 H. 205, Nations v. Jolmson. 
d 24 H. 460, Freeman v. Howe. 
d 10 Wall. 333, Jones v. Andrews. 
d 14 Wall. 81, Christmas w Russell 
d 22 Wall. 253, French u. Hay. 



a 22 H. 42, Emerson v. Slater. 
a 9 Wall. 272, Swain ,u. Seamens. 

a 2 H. 106, Porterfleld v. Clark. 
b 17 H. 48, Wicklefle v. Owings. 
6 18 H. 139, Parker v. Overman. 
6 24 H. 160, Fitch v. Creighton. 
c 2 Bl. 445, Ward v. Chamberlain. 
a 95 U. S. 52.5, Beecherjj.Wetherby 
6 99 U. S. 401, Smith v. K. R. Co. 



Pleading over; when waiver of 

demurrer, a 
Bailioads ; consolidation. 6 
Judgment on demurrer ; when 

a bar. c 



a 7 Wall. 92, Aurora v. West. 
a 8 Wall. 287, Can.al v. Coal Co. 
a 8 Wall. 357, Young v. Martin. 
a 9 Wall. 762, Watkiiis u. U. S. 
a 10 Wall. 423, Campbell i). Wilcox 
a 12 Wall. 84, R. R. Co. v. Harris. 
6 19 Wall. 253, Nugent r. Superv's. 
c 91 U. S. 534, Gould v. Ev. R. B. 
6 92 U. S. 671, B. R. Co. v. Georgia 
a 93 U. S. 553, Stanton v. Erabrey. 
6 95 U. S. 324, Sliields v. Barrow. 
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CIEAKWATEK v. BIERXDITH, 21 H. 493. 



U. S. courts ; iiirisJiotioii where 
some of the defendants cannot be 
served ; act 2Stli February, 1839. a 

Jurisdiction in suits between citi- 
zens of different States ; parties. 6 

CI-EMENTS V. BERRT, 11 H. 411. 

Judgment liens in U. S. courts, a 



a 1 Bl. 571, Inbnsch v. Farwell. 
6 93 U. S. 204, Ober v. Gallagher. 



a 2 Bl. 43S, Ward v. Chamberlain. 



CliEMENTS, BROWW v. See Brown v. Clements. 
CLEMENTS V. MOORE, 6 "Wall. 310. 



Supreme Conrt; objections must 
be talien first in court below, a 
Fraudulent conveyances, h 

Cr-BMENTSON V. WrLlIAMS, 8 Cr. 78. 

Statute of limitations ; reviving 
debt barred, a 



a 22 Wall. 204, Fritz v. Stover. 
b 101 U. S. 499, Baker r.Humphr'y 



a 11 Wh. 310, Wetzell v. Bnssard. 
a 1 P. 351, Bell v. Morrison. 
a 6 P. 86, Moore «. Bank of Col. 
a 13 Wall. 256, U. S. u. Wilder. 

CtEVEL'D & K. R. CO., ZABRISKIE v. See Zabriskie v. Cleyel'd A E. R. Co. 

CMFTON V. SHEIDON, 83 H. 483. 

Supreme Court; "amount in 
controversy." a 

CLIFTON M. U. S., 4 H. 348. 

Customs; seizures hy collectors; 
probable cause ; onus probandi. a 

Forfeitures; at what time thej"^ 
attach. 6 



a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill v. Petty. 



a 3 Wall. 143, Cliq. Champagne. 
6 14 Wall. 57, Henderson's Dis- 
tilled Spirits. 



CMNTON BRIDGE, THE, 10 Wall. 462. 



Constitution ; legislative and ju- 
dicial functions; power of Con- 
giess to give a construction to a 
law. a 

Regulation of commerce. 6 



a 20 Wall. 332, Stockdale v. Ins. Co. 
b 93 U. S. 13, S. Car. v. Georgia. 



CMNTON V. ENGIiEBRECHT, 13 'Wall. 434. 

Territorial courts, a | a 95 U. S. 98, Good v. Martin. 

Whether the courts of the Dis- \a 98 U. S. 154, Eeynolds w. U. S. 
trict of Columbia are U. S. courts, ft 1 6 102 U. S. 668, Page v. Burnsline. 



CriQUOT'S CHAMPAGNE, 3 Wall. 145. 



Kevenuelaws; construction. 
Agency ; when knowledge 
agent knowli'dge of piincipal. 
Evidence ; entries, c 



a 10 Wall. 406, U. S. v. Hodson. 
6 13 Wall. 550, Stockwell v. U. S. 
a 23 Wall. 380, Smythe v. Fiske. 
c 99 U. S. 667, Evanstown uGunn 



ClISE, BARTH V. See Barth v. Clise. 
CI.OUGH, PACKET CO. v. See Packet Co. v. Clough. 
CI/OUGH, STURGIS v. See Sturgis v. Clough. 
CLYDE V. U. S., 13 WaU. 39. 



Court of Claims ; when applica- 
tion for payment must be made at 
the Treasury before suing, a 



a 96 U. S. 571, U. S. v. Kaufman, 



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COAl CO. V. BliATCHFORD, 11 Wall. 17. 



U. S. courts ; iurisdiction ; citi- 
zenship ; executors and adminis- 
trators, a 

Nominal and real parties; re- 
movals. 6 



13 Wall. 67, Kice v. Houston. 
18 Wall. o75, Sew. Ma. Co. Cas. 

20 Wall. 123, Knappjj.E.K. Co. 

21 Wall. 41, Gardner ». Brown 
91 U. S. 677, Florida v. Ander- 
son. 

6 101 U. S. 589, Walden v. Skinner 



COCHBAN, WEST v. See West v. Cooliraii. 
COCKRELI,, FISHER v. See Fisher v. Cockrell. 
CODBINGTON v. RICHARDSON, 10 W^aU. 616. 



Trial witliont jury; fliiilinj^ of 
facts; review of by Supreme Court, a 
"The Record." 6 



a 18 Wall. 248. Ins. Co. v. Folsora. 
a 21 Wall. 161, Ins. Co. v. Sea. 
6 91 U. S. 132, R. E. w. Trustees. 
a 98 U. S. 443, The Abbotsford. 



COE, BATES V. See Bates v. Ooe. 
COE, PENNOCK V. See Pennock i;. Ooe. 
eOFIELD V. McClBttAN, 16 W^all. 331. 

Public lands ; town-site lands, a | a 99 U. S. 615, Stringfellow o. Cain, i 
COEIBIO), XHTON V. See Tilton v. Oofleld. 
COHEN, MCBI.MOT1.E v. See MoElmoyle v. Cohen. 
COHENS V. VIRGINIA, 6 WU. 864. 

Federal question j writ of error to 
State conits. u, 

Judicial power of the U. S.; ex- 
tent of. 6 

Constitution ; construction, c 

Obiter dicta, d 

Error; when apparent on the 
I'ecord, it is open to revision, wheth- 
er shown by bill of exceptions or 
otherwise, e 

Writ of error not the commence- 
ment of a new action, f 

Supreme Court ; original juris- 
diction, g 

What is a "suit." h 

U. S. ; only remedy against, ex- 
cept in Court of Claims, is by ap- 
peal to Congress, i 

Citation, j 

District of Columbia; power of 
Congress over, k 



a 6 P. 536, Worcester v. Georgia. 
6 12 P. 714, Rliode Island v. Mass. 
c 16 P. 608, Prigg v. Penn. 
c 12 H. 311, Coolev v. B. of Ward. 
(£16 H. 27fi, Carroll v. Carroll. 
e 20 H. 433, Snj'dam ^.Williamson. 
y24H. 205, Nations v. Johnson. 
g 1 Wall. 252, ex parte Vallaudi- 

ghani. 
e 1 Wall. 600, Pomeroy v. Bank. 
e 3 Wall. 661, Rogers v. Bui-ling- 

ton. 

h 4 Wall. 113, ex ^arie Millegan. 

6 Wall. 253, Mayor v. Cooper. 

6 Wall. 488, U. S. v. Eokford. 

10 Wall. 261, R. R. V. Morgan. 

10 Wall. 291, Slaughter-House 

12 Wall. 533, Legal Tender Cas. 

16 Wall. 386, Ins. Co. v. Piaggio. 

91 TJ. S. 146, Atherton « Fowler 

j 93 U. S. 87, Kitchen v. Kan- 

dolph. 
& 93 U. S. 142, Claflin v. House- 
man. 
a 96 U. S. 201, Gold Washing Co. 
V. Keys. 
S. 690, Mattingly v. Col. 
S. 264, Tennesee U.Davis. 
S. 140, E. R. Co. V. Miss. 



k 97 U. 
6 100 U. 
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COIT V. ROBrNSON, 19 WaU. 874. 

Supreme Court ; bankruptcy ap- 
peals; supei-visory jurisdiction of 
Circuit Court, a 



a 23 Wall. 160, Stickney v. Wilt. 
a 23 Wall. 293, Saudusky v. Bank. 
a 93 U. S. 348, Wiswall v. Camp- 
bell. 

See Society for Savings v. Coite. 



COITE, SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS v. 
COIBATH, BUCK v. See Buck v. Colbath. 
COLEMAN V. TENNESSEE, 97 U. S. 509. 

War; array; when exempt from | a 100 U. S. 164, Dow ». Johnsou. 
the civil jurisdiction, a \ 

COtESIAN, VEBDEN v. See Verden v. Coleman. 
COIGROVE, DICKERSON v. See Dickerson v. Oolgrove. 
COLIAK CO. V. VAN DUSEN, 83 Wall. 563. 

Patent law ; use prior to applica- | a 94 U. S. 197, Dunbar v. Myers, 
tion for patent, a I a 95 U. S. 218, Roemer u. Simon. 

COLLECTOR, THE, 6 Wli. 194. 



a Wall. 412, The Wm. Bagaley. 
a 20 Wall. 225, The Lottowauna. 
a 95 Wall. 617, The Wanata. 



Piize ; when appeal lies to Cir- 
cuit from District Court; when 
property follows the appeal, a 

COLLECTOR, BANK FOR SAVINGS v. See Bank for Savings v. Collector. 
COLLECTOR V. BE6G8, 17 WaU. 187. 

Revenue; tax on distillers, a | a20 Wall.197, Pahlmanu.CoUect'r 
COLLECTOR, BROOME v. See Broome «. Collector. 
COLLECTOR V. DAT, 11 Wall. 184. 

Constitution; what provisions are I a 100 U. S. 348, ex par^e Virginia, 
declaratory, a \ 

COLLECTOR, GABDNER v. See Gardner v. Collector. 
COLLECTOR, HADDEN v. See Hadden v. Collector. 
COLLECTOR, HOIMDER v. See Homer v. Collector. 
COLLECTOR, HORNTHALL v. See Hornthall v. Collector. 
COLLECTOR V. HUBBARD, IS Wall. 1. 



Revenue; 
taxes, a 



I'ecovery back of 



a 92 U. S. 90, Cheatham ». U. S. 
a 98 U. S. 544, R.R.Co.«. Com'rs 
a 101 U. S. 179, Wright KBlakeslec! 

COLLECTOR, BaMBALL v. See Kimball v. Collector. 

COLLECTOR, PHILADELPHIA v. See PMladelpMa v. Collector. 

COLLECTOR, RAILROAD CO. v. See Railroad Co. u. Collector. 

COLLECTOR V. RICHARDS, 83 WaU. 846. 

Duties ; value of the franc, a | a 102 U. S. 615, Cramer v. Arthur. 
COLLECTOR, STUBGES v. See Sturges v. Collector. 
COLLIER V. STANBBOUGH, 6 H. 14. 

Supreme Court; judgment re- a 7 H. 178, Erwin p. Lowry. 
versed or affirmed on the whole rec- 
ord ; Federal courts ; administra- 
tion, a 

COLLINS, GARDNER v. See Gardner v. Collins. 
COLLINS X. GILBERT, 94 U. S. 763. 

Negotiable paper; indorsement a 95 U. S. 94, Good ». Martin, 
without date; at what time pre- 6 93 U. S. 478, Brown i'. Spofford. 
sunied to have been made, a 6 97 U. S. 24, Hotel Co. v. Wade. 

Promissory notes; boua-flde 6 97 U. S. 266, Lilienthairs Tobac- 
holders ; proof, b co. 

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COIiOMA V. EAVES, 93 V. S. 486. 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads; conditions precedent; re- 
citals ; bona-tide holders, a 

There must be legislative author- 
ity. 6 



a 92 U. S. 499, Venice v. Murdock. 
a 92 U. S. 639, Marcy v. Oswego. 
a 94 U. S. 108, Comm'rs v. Bolles. 
b 94U.S. 262, S.Ottowaw Perkins. 
a 94 U. S. 287, Comm'rs v. Clark. 
a 97 U. S. 104, Warren v. Marcy. 
6 98 U. S. 102, Daviess v. Hiiide- 

koper. 
a 102 U. S. 290, Buchanan v. Litch- 
field. 



COLT, INS. CO. V. See Ins. Co. u. Colt, 
CtJI-T, STANLEY V. See Stanley v. Colt. 
COLUMBIAN INS. CO. v. ASHBT, 13 P. 331. 



General average, a 



a 10 H. 299, Barnard a. Adams. 

a 3 Wall. 374, McxVndrews v. 
Thatcher. 

a 9 Wall. 282, Star of Hope. , 

a 12 Wail. 117, Fowler v. Rath- 
bones. 

COLUMBIAN INS. CO. v. CATLETT, lH Wh. 383. 

Marine insurance ; freight, a | a 7 H. 604, Hugg v. Ins. Co. 
COLUMBIAN INS. CO., JAUNET v. See Janney v. Columbian Ins. Co. 
COLUMBIAJf INS. CO., LAWRENCE v. See Lawrence v. Columbian Ins. Co.« 
COLUMBIANS INS. CO. v. LA WHENCE, 10 P. 607. 



Insurance ; loss through negli- 
gence of assured, a 

Insurance by mortgagor ; inter- 
est insured ; misrepresentations. 6 

Preliminary proofs, c 



COLUMBIAN INS. CO. V. 



a 11 P. 213, Waters v. Ins. Co, 
6 16 P. 496, Carpenter v. Ins. Co. 
6 8 H. 24.5, Clark v. Ins. Co. 
c 9 H. 388, Tayloe v. Fire Ins. Co. 
6 5 Wall. 512, Ins. Co. v. Chase. 
6 14 Wall. 509, Ins. Co. v. Hamilton 
b 95 U. S. 248, Ins. Co. v. Haven. 

WHEELWRIGHT, 7 Wll. 634. 



District of Columbia ; courts, a 
Final judgments; peremptory 
mandamus ; writ of error. 6 



COLUMBIAN TURNPIKE CO, 
COMBS V. HODGE, ai H. 397.' 

Stocks and bonds ; sale by agent ; 
authority, a 

COMEGYS V. VASSE, 1 P. 193. 

Bankruptcy ; right of assignee to 
claims of bankrupt, a 

Commissions under treaty; con- 
clusiveness of awards. 6 

Conflicting claims to amount ad- 
judicated may be litigated in the 
oi'dinai-y courts of justice, c 

Assignment of claims, d 



a 12 P. 608, Kendall v. U. S. 
6 14 P. 561, Holmes v. Jennison. 
b 22 H. 182, U. S. ex rel. v. Addison. 

WISE V. See Wise v. Colum. Turnpike Co. 



a 1 Bl. 198, Hodge v. Coombs. 



a 13 P. 411, Emerson v. Hall. 
6 14 P. 95, Frevall v. Bache. 
a 16 P. 224j Milnor ». Metz. 
b 17 H. 612, Judson v. Corcoran, 
c 20 H. 7, Garland v. Wynn. 
6 24 H. 822, Meyer v. White. 
c 2 Bl. 558, Lindsey v. Havves. 
d 97 U. S. 396, Erwin v. U. S. 



a 99 U. S. 308, Phelps v. McDonald 

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, THE, 1 WaU. 61. 

Salvage ; in whose name suit I a 10 Wall. 11, The Blackwell. 
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COMraCERCE, THE, 1 Bl. 688. 

Common cairiers by water ; lia- 
bility of ship for damage to cargo 
by collision, a 

Libels ill rem,; where to be pros- 
eciitetl. 6 

Admiralty jurisdiction, c 

Salvage; in whose name libel 
should be filed, d 



COIVIMEKCEN, THE, 1 WTi. 38 

Prize; contraband, a 

COMMEBCIAl BANK v, BttCKINGHAM, S H. 348. 



a 1 Wall. 51, Com'iKler-in-Chief. 
6 2 Wall. 403, Slavers. 
a 3 Wall. 266, ISTewell u. Norton, 
c 7 Wall. 637, The Belfast. 
6 9 Wall. 457, The Maggie Ham- 
mond. 
d 10 Wall. 11, The Blao'kwell. 
c 16 Wall. 531, St. Co. v. Chase. 
6 20 Wall. 163, Ins. Co. v. Baring. 
6 97 U. S. 412, 4 Packages v. U. S. 

I 5 Wall. 58, The Peterhoff. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; remedy, a • 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State court ; how Federal question 
must appear. h 



a 6 H. 831, Bank v. Sharp. 
b 12 H. 119, Williams v. Oliver. 
6 14 H. 152, Lawler w. Walker. 
6 1 Wall. 144, Bridge Prop. v. Ho- 

boken. 
6 10 Wall. .510, Masse n ge r u. Mason 
6 92 U. S. 329, Brown v. Atwell. 

COMMEKCIAl BANK v, BUCKNEB, 30 H. 113. 

Demurrer; admit facts when, a | a 7 Wall. 99, Aurora v. West. 

COalMEKCIAL MUT. INS. CO. T. UNION M. INS. CO., 19 H. 333. 

Insurance ; premium notes, a | a 12 Wall. 304, Miller v. Ins. Co. 

COMMERCIAL AND RAILROAD BANK t. SLOCOMB, 14 P. 60. 



Corporation ; citizenship; juris- 
diction Circuit Courts, a 

Sec. 11 of judiciary act of 1789, 
prohibiting suits against an inhabit- 
ant of the U. S. except where he 
inliabits or is found. 6 

Pleading ; demurrers, c 



a 14 P. 298, Irvine v. Lowry. 
a 2 H. 550, K. K. Co. v. Letson. 
b 21 H. 490, Clearwater w.Meridith. 
c 23 H. 444, Bell v. Vicksburg. 
a 18 Wall. 575, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 
a 20 Wall. 8, Habich v. Polger. 
b 93 U. S. 205, Ober «. Gallagher. 



COMMISSIONER T. WHITEIJET, 4 WaU. 582. 



Mandamus to heads of depart- 
ments; ministerial duties, a 



a 7 Wall. 351, Gaines v. Thomp- 
son. 

a 9 Wall. 312, Sec.u.McGarrahan 

a 14 Wall. 166, ea; parte Newman. 

a 102 U. S. 395, U. S. v. Schurz. 
COMMISSIONERS, MoCOMB T. See McOomb v. Commissioners. 
COMMISSIONERS, PEOPI.E v. See People «. Commissioners. 
COMMISSIONERS, WORTHY v. See Wortliy i). Commissioners. 
COMMISSIONERS OF LAND OFFICE, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Com. Land Office. 
COMMONWEALTH, McGUIRE v. See McGuire t>. Commonwealth. 
COMMONTVEAXTH, NAT. BANK v. See Nat. Bank v. Commonwealth. 
COMMONWEAXTH, PERVEAR v. See Pervear v. Commonwealth. 
COMMONWEALTH, TWITCHELL v. See Twitohell v. Commonwealth. 
COMMONWEAXTH BANK v. GRIFFITH, 14 P. 56. 

Writs of error to State court ; I a 5 H. 67, Walker v. Taylor. 
Supreme Court ; Federal question, a \ 

COMSTOCK V. CRAWFORD, 3 Wall. 396. 

Jurisdiction, a I a 101 U. S. 425, Mohr v. Manierre. 

I a 102 U. S. 464, Hall v. Law. 



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COMSTOCK, rNS. CO. v. See las. Co. v. Comstock. 
CONABD V. ATLANTIC INS. CO., 1 P. 434. 

Fraud on creditors ; retaining 
possession of tiling sold, a 

When pleading to merits admits 
capacity to sue. 6 

Pi-ioritj- of U. S. c 

Mortgage; nature of estate of 
mortgagee, d 

Judgment liens, e 

Sale ; constructive delivery. / 

Judgments of U. S. courts ; juris- 
diction, ff 

Mortgages for future advances, h 

Bills of lading ; effect of indorse- 
ment, i 



CONABD V. NICHOLL, 4 P. 891. 

Prioi-ity of U. S. a 
Fraud against creditors, 6 



4 P. 147, Harris v. D'Wolf. 

4 P. 291, Conard v. Nicholl. 

4 P. 500, Society,&c..i).Pawlet. 

6 P. 279, Conard v. Ins. Co. 

6 P. 706, U. S. V. Arredondo. 

8 P. 271, U. S. V. Hack. 
- 10 P. 610, Brent v. Bank, 
c 12 P. 131, Beaston v. Bank. 
a 12 P. 187, Clarke v. White. 
d IH. 311, Bronson v. Kinzie. 
e 7 H. 764, Masslngill v. Downs. 
/ 8 H. 397, Gibson v. Stevens. 
ff 14 H. 508, Sheppard v. Graves. 
b 21 H. 214, R. K. Co. v. Quigley. 
7i28H. 27, Lawrence «. Tucker. 
e 2 Bl. 437, Ward v. Chamberlain. 
e 7 Wall. 217, Brown v. Pierce. 
e 12 Wall. 158, Baker v. Morton. 
i 14 Wall. 106, The Thames. 
/16 Wall. 623, Crape v. Kelly. 
6 22 Wall. 101, U. S. v. Ins. Co. 

a 10 P. 610, Brent v. Bank, 
ffi 12 P. 131, Beaston «. Bank. 
6 12 P. 178, Clarke v. White. 



CONARD V. PAC. INS. CO., 6 P. 268, 

Priority of U. S. a 

Trespass ; measure of damages. 6 

Custom-house; who can enter 
goods, c 

Bankruptcy; suits by assignees 
to recover property of bankrupt, d 



b 14 P. 344, U. S. 



V. Wiggins. 



a 10 P. 596, Brent v. Bank. 

6 5 Wall. 78, Watson v. Suther- 
land. 

c 8 Wall. 116, Waring ». The May- 
or. 

d 21 Wall. 339, Bank v. Jones. 



632, Moultrie v. 
49, Fairfield v. 
tin Co. 



Bank. 
Galla- 



CONCOBD V. SAVINGS BANK, 92 U. S. 625 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- a 92 U. S. 
roads; donations; effect of new con- a 100 U. s! 
stitution. a 

CONDBY, SMITH v. See Smith v. Condry. 
CONE, MOEBIM. V. See MoirUl v. Cone 
CONFEDEBATE NOTE CASE, 19 WaU. 666. 

Confederate money, a I a 91 U. S. 4, R. R. Co. v. King. 

„,„„_,^„^ « ,,T^„ I as 94 U. S. 435, Stewart v. Salamon 

CONFISCATION CASES, 7 WaU. 498. 



Admiralty ; no j urisdiction where 
seizure made on land, a 
Confiscation, b. 

CONFISCATION CASES, 20 WaU. 92 



a 8 Wall. 511, Morris's Cotton. 
a 16 Wall. 165, Garnharts v. U. S. 
6 16 Wall. 431, U. S. v. Huckabee. 



Confiscation, a 

Who must prosecute to recover 
forfeitiii-es. 6 



a 91 U. S. 27, Semmes v. U. S. 
a 94 U. S. 712, Pike v. Wassell. 
a 99 U. S. 376, U. S. v. Winchester. 
b 99 U. S. 597, Whiskev Ca=ips! 

CONNECTICUT MUT. LIFE INS. CO. v. SCHAEFEk, 94 U.T 4.tT 

Insurance; insurable interest; 
assignment of policy on one's own 
life. .. a 



a 94 U. S. 564, Ins. Co. v. France. 



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CONNECTICUT, NEW YORK v. See New York v. Connecticut. 
CONNECTICUT V. PENNSYLVANIA, 3 Wh. 424. 

Supreme Court; appeals; testi- 



mony must appear in recoi'd. a 

CONNEM-Y V. TAYLOR, 3 P. 556. 

U. S. courts; citizenship; juris- 
diction governed by condition at 
commencement of suit, a 



a 5 P. 449, New Orleans v. U. S. 
a 92 U. S. 4, Blease v. Garlingtou. 

a 7 P. 252, Vattier v. Hinde. 

a 18 Wall. 574, Sewing Macli . Case. 



CONNER V. BRADLEY, 1 H. 817. 

Landlord's right of re-entry, a | a 15 Wall. 476, Prout v. Roby. 

CONNER V. ELLIOTT, 18 H. 593. 



Constitution ; taxation by States ; 
discrimination ; " privileges and 
immunities." a 



a 12 Wall. 430, Ward v. Marvland. 
a 94 U. S. 395, McCready v.' Vir- 
ginia. 



CONRAD, FORGAY v. See Forgay v. Oonrad. 
CONRAD T. GRIITEY, 11 H. 493. 

Evidence; letters corroborating, a ( a 16 H. 45, Conrad v. Griffey. 

CONRAD V. WAPUES, 96 U. S. 379. 



a 96 U. S. 292, Burbank v. Conrad. 
6 98 U. S. 497, Airhart v, Massieu. 



Confiscation . a 

Conveyances of property in ene- 
my's country during war. 6 

CONSEDENE, DOE v. See Doe v. Consedine. 

CONSEDINE, POOR v. See Poor v. Consedine. 

CONTINENTAL, THE, 14 WaU. 355. 

Collision ; damages; when divi- I a 91 U. S. 216, The Sunnvside. 
ded. a | a 93 U. S. 319, The Atlas. 

CONTERSE V. FORT SCOTT, 93 U. S. 603. 



a 93 U. S. 514, Randolph Co. v. 

Post. 



a 7 Wall. 342, U. S. v. Shoemaker. 
a 91 U. S. 565, Hall v. U. S. 
6 97 U. S. 592, Gaussen v. U. S. 



Municipal aid of railroads ; reci- 
tals; estoppel; bonds in bona-flde 
holders, a 

CONVERSE T. U. S., 31 H. 478. 

Public officers ; extra compensa- 
tion ; act of 1839. (5 St. 349.) a 

Official bonds; change in duties 
of ofHce ; sureties; liability. 6 

CONWAY v. ALEXANDER, 7 Cr. 338. 

Mortgages and sales; parol evi- I a 12 H. 145, Russell v. Southard, 
dence. a I a 19 H. 293, Babcock v. Wyman. 

COOK V. BURNLEY, 11 WaU. 676. 

Supreme Court; final decrees, a | a 13 Wall. 188, Wells v. McGregor. 

COOK, GREENXEAF v. See Greenleaf v. Cook. 
COOK V. MOFFAT, 5 H. 316. 



Constitution ; validity of State 
insolvent laws, a 
Contracts ; law regulating. 6 

COOK V. PENTfSYLVANIA, 97 U. S. 

Constitution ; tax on imports, a 



a 6 H. 318, Bank v. Sharp. 

a 1 Wall. 231, Baldwin «. Hale. 

6 99 U. S. 218, Super, v. Galbraith. 

566. 

a 100 U. S. 679, Mach. Co. v. Gage. 



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COOK v. Tn-ilS, 18 Wall. 338. 

Bankruptcy; fraudulent prefer- 
ences, a 
Assignee takes subject to liens. 6 



COOK, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Oook. 
COOKE T. GKAHAM, 3 Cr. 889. 

Demurrers; judgment given 
against party whose pleading is 
first defective, a 

COOKE V. WOOBBOW, 5 Cr. 13. 

Supreme Court; amount in con- 
troversy ; in actions for damages, a 



a 21 Wall. 369, Clark v. Isilin. 
a 21 Wall. 4S0, Fox v. Gardner. 
a 22 Wall. 178, Burnhisel v. Fir- 
man. 
a 91 U. S. 121, Sawyer v. Turpin. 
6 95 U. S. 766, Yea'tman v. Inst. 
b 96 U. H. 487, Casey v. Cavaroc. 
6 101 U. S. 739, Stewart v. Piatt. 



a 7 Wall. 93, Aurora v. West. 



a 9 Wh. 527, Pevton v. Robertson. 
a 3 P. 33, Gordon ». Ogden. 
a 16 P. 327, Fresh v. Gibson. 
a 4 Wall. 164, Walker v. XJ. S. 



COOKENDOKFEK t. PKESTON, 4 H. 317. 

Usages of banks; days of grace, a | a 15 H. 544, Adams ».. Otterback. 

COOI.ET V. BOARD OF WARDENS, 18 

Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce; what laws on the subject 
tlie States may pass, a 

Pilotage. 6 

Wharfage, c 



H. 899. 

a 1 Bl. 635, Conway v. Taylor. 
b 2 Wall. 457, St'msliip v. Joliffo. 
a 3 Wall. 727, Gilman v. Phila. 
a 6 Wall. 42, Crandell v Nevada 
a 8 Wall. 152, Hinson v. Lott. 
a 12 Wall. 219, St. Ton. Tax Cas. 
a 13 Wall. 242, exparte McNeil. 
a 15 Wall. 280, St.Frg'htTaxCas. 
a 16 Wall, 482, Osborne v. Mobile. 
a 17 Wall. 569, E. R. Co. ». Fuller. 
b 21 Wall. 582, The Lottowanna. 
a 92 U. S. 272, Hend'son ». Mayor 
c 95 U. S. 88, Packet v. Keokuk. 
a 95 D. S. 462, Pound v. Turk. 
6 95 U. S. 488, Hall v. DeCuir. 
a 100 U. S. 385, exparte Siebold. 
6 102 U. S. 575, Wilson «McNamee 
6 102 U. S. 698, Mobile v. Kimball. 

COOLEY V. O'CONNEB, 18 Wall. 391. 

Tax sales by the U. S. ujidej- laws I a 98 U. S. 523, DeTreville v. Smalls- 
levying direct taxes, a ' 

COOLIDGE, BIRDSAIX v. 

COOrrOGE, INGLE V. See Ingle v. Coolidge. 

COOLIDGE T. PAYSON, 8 Wli. 75. 



See Birdsall v. Ooolidge. 



Negotiable paper ; acceptance, a 
Collateral security ; rights of 
holder. 6 



m 4 P. Ill, Boyce v. Henry. 
b 16 P. 14, Swift V. Tyson. 



COOLEDGE, U. S. T. See U. S. v. Coolidge. 
COOaiBB, BARRY v. See Barry v. Ooorabe. 
COOMBS, TJ. S. V. See U. S. v. Coombs. 



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a 5 H. 374, Scott u. Jones. 
a 7 H. 740, Smith ». Hunter, 
a 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 



COONS V. GATiAGEK, 15 P. 18. 

Writs of error to State court ; 
how jurisdiction must appear; Fed- 
eral question, a 

See Laber v. Cooper. 
See Mayor v. 'Cooper. 
COOPER V. OMAHCNDKO, 19 Wall. 69. 

Findings of facts ; act of 1S65. a | ft 21 Wall. 161, Ins. Co. v. Sea. 

COOPER V. REYNOLDS, 10 WaU. 316. 



COOPER, LABEB v. 
COOPER, MJVYOR V, 



Jurisdiction ; when judgments 
cannot be questioned ; collateral- 
ly, a 

Judgments on pnblication. 6 



a 11 Wall. 344, Tyler v. Defrees. 
a 11 Wall. 687, Ludlow v. Ramse}-. 
a 23 Wall. 463, The Rio Graiulc. 
a 94 U. S. 669, Gunn v. Plant. 
b 95 U. S. 724, Pennoyer u. Neff. 



a 17 Wall. 250, Holden v. Joy. 

6 95 U. S. 524, Beecheru Wetherby 



COOPER V. ROBERTS, 18 H. 181. 

Conditions subsequent, a 

Land grants to the States ; when 
title vests ; survey. 6 
COOPER, ROBERTS v. See Roberts v. Cooper. 
COOPER, SHAW V. See Shaw •!;. Cooper. 
COOPER V. TEIFAJR, 4 Dall. 14. 

Statutes; construction, a | a 4 H. 51, Beals u. Hale 

COOPER, WEBSTER v. See Webster v. Cooper. 
COPELIN V. LNS. CO., 9 WaU. 461. 

Trial without jury; finding of 
facts; review of, by Supreme 
Court, a 

COPPELI, V. HAII/, 7 WaU. 558. 

Civil war ; intercourse, a 

Contracts; illegality; agreements 
for use of improper influence with 
officers. 6 



a 18 AVall. 249, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
a 21 Wall. 161, Ins. Co. v. Sea. 
a 98 U. S. 443, The Abbotsford. 



CORBETT T. NUTT, 10 W^aU. 464. 

Extraterritorial effect of laws, a 

Civil war; transfer of property 
during; confiscation, b. 

Tax sales ; redemption, c 
CORCORAN, BANK TJ. S. v. See Bank U. S. a. Corcoran. 
CORCORAN, JUDSON v. See Judson v. Corcoran. 
COBDES, NIAGARA v. See Niagara v. Cordes. 
CORNETT v. WILLIAMS, 80 W^aU. 350. 

Jurisdiction, a. 

Acts in aid of the rebellion void, b 



a 17 Wall. 439, Lasere v. Eoche- 

reau. 
a 21 Wall. 96, Hamilton b. Dillon 
a 21 Wall. 353, Mitchell v. U. S. 
b 101 U. S. Ill, Meguireu.Corwine 



a 95 U. S. 723, Pennoyer v. Neff. 
b 96 U. S. 288, Conrad «. Waples. 
c 102 U. S. 657, Barrett v. Holmes. 



a 93 U. S. 
6 96 U. S. 



Mc- 



a 100 U. S. 



CORNING V. BURDEN, 15 H. 865. 

Patent law ;■ specification ; con- 
struction of. a 

Evidence ; infi-ingement. 6 

Patents should be construed lib- 
erally, c 

Paitents for processes, d 



283, Windsor v. 

Veigh. 
195, Dewing v. Perdi- 

caries. 
23, ex parte Keed. 



a 15 H. 338, Winans v. Denmead. 

6 8 Wall. 425, Blanchard v. Put- 
nam. 

c 9 Wall. 795, Rubber Co. v. 
Goodyear. 

d 102 U. S. 772, Tilghman u. Proc- 
tor. 



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CORNING, XROT IRON CO. v. See Troy Iron Co. o. Coming. 
CORNING V. TROY IRON CO., 15 H. 466. 

Supreme Court; mandate; sec- I a 20 H. 481, Boberts v. Cooper, 
ond writ of error, a ) a 17 Wall. 284, Tyler v. Magwire, 

COTTON V. V. S., 11 H. 239. 

U. S. ; control over the public I a 19 Wall. 594, U. S. v. Cook, 
lands; action for cutting timber, a \ 
COTTON, WALTON v. See Walton v. Cotton. 
COUIiSON V. "WAITON, 9 P. 68. 

Equity; lapse of time, a | a 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 

COTJIiTBR, PATAPSCO INS. CO. v. See Patapsco Ins. Co. «. Coulter. 
COUNTY COM'RS, LAMBORN v. See Lambom v. County ComTs. 
COUPREY, DDTAU v. See Dufau v. Conprey. 
COURSE V. STEAD, 4 DaU. 88. 

Supreme Court ; value of matter | a 21 H. 392, Richmond v. Milwaukee 
in dispute ; affidavits, a \ 

COURSE, STEAD v. See Stead v. Course. 
COURTNEY, CLARKE v. See Clarke v. Courtney. 
COUSIN V. BLANC, 19 H. 803. 



Louisiana land titles; registers 
and receivers, a, 

Supreme Court ; opinions of Su- 
preme Court of Louisiana parts of 



a 24 H. 361, Tate v. Carney. 
6 14 Wall. 667, Delraas v. Ins. Co. 
6 20 Wall. 633, Murdock v. Mera- 
pliis. 



the record. 6 | 6 21 Wall. 639, Moore u. Mississippi 

COVINGTON DRAWBRIDGE CO. v. SHEPHERD, 80 H. 831. 

U. S. courts; corporations; citi- 
zenship, a 

Receivers; at suit of judgment 
creditors. 6 



a 21 H. 122, Bridge Co. v. Shepherd 
6 21 H. 419, Canal Co. v. Vallette. 
a 1 Bl. 295, R. B. Co. v. Wheeler. 
a 8 Wall. 178, Paul v. Virginia. 
a 18 Wall. 575, Sewing Mach. Case. 

COVINGTON DRAWBRIDGE CO. v. SHEPHERD, 81 H. 188. 

Railroads; sale under decree; 1 a 6 Wall. 752, B. R. Co. b. James, 
title of purchaser, a | 

COWAN, SHEPLEY v. See Shepley v. Cowan. 

COWDREY, GALVESTON R. R. CO. v. See Galveston B. B. Co. v. Cowdrey. 

COWELL V. SPRINGS CO., 100 U. S. 55. 

Corporations; powers in State I a 101 U. S. 356, Christian Union u. 
other than tliat where cliartered. a I Youiit. 

COWLES V. MERCER CO., ■? Wall. 181. 

U. S. courts ; .suits by coi'pora- | a 20 Wall. 454, Ins. Co. v. Morse. 
tions; citizensliip. a \ 

cox, Mcpherson v, see McPherson 1). Cox. 
cox, PENNINGTON v. See Pennington v. Cox. 
COX & DICK T. U. 8., 6 P. 198. 

Official bonds ; by what law gov- 
erned, a 
Supreme Court; writ of error; 



joint judgment. 6 

Treasury accounts ; riglits of 
sureties, "c 
' Treasury transcripts, d • 



a 7 P. 445, Duncan v. U. S. 
a 10 P. 129, U. S. V. Hawkins. 
6 16 P. 522, Todd v. Daniel. 
c 17 H, 431, Bruce v. U. S. 
a 19 H. 392, Buckley v. Honald. 
6 20 Wall. 157, Simpson v Greeley 
d 100 U. S. 11, Soule v. U. S. 
cE102 U. S. 554, U. S. u. Pinson. 



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CdXE, McHVAINB v. See Mcllvaine v. Coxe. 
COXE, MACKEX v. See Mackey v. Coxe. 
COXE, WHEY V. See Wiley v. Coxe. 
COY V. MASON, 17 H. 580. 

Equity ; parties, a | a 16 Wall. 451, Riboii v. R. R. Co 

COYNE, BENTUEY v. See Bentley v. Coyne. 
CRAIG v. lESLIE, S Wli. 577. 

Powei's coupled with an inter 



est. a 

Aliens ; devise to citizen as 
trustee of. 6 

Wills; equitable conversion, c 

CKAIG V. anSSOTIRI, 4 p. 410. 

Supreme Court ; \\'nt of error to 
State court ; record ; must show 
Federal que.'Stion. a 
Constitution ; bills of credit. 6 
Error ; bills of exception ; effect 
of admission of improper evidence 
when case is tried by the court on 
waiver of jnry. c 



a 10 P. 534, Peter v. Beverly. 
a 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 
6 12 H. 102, Neilson v. Lagow. 
c 19 Wall. 174, Cropley v. Cooper. 



a 5 P. 252, Fisher v. Cockrell. 

a 6 P. 47, Davis v. Packard. 

6 8 P. 40, Byrne v. Missouri. 

a 10 P. 368, Crovvell v. Randell. 

6 11 P. 311, Briscoe v. Bank. 

a 12 P. 714, Rhode Island u. Mass. 

c 13 H. 195, Weems v. George. 

a 1 Bl. 203, Magwire v. Tyler. 

a 6 Wall. 384, Tlie Victory. 

c 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
CRAIG, -WALDEN v. See Walden v. Craig. 
CRAIGSHEAD V. WTLSON, 18 H. 199. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a \a2 Wall. 110, Huraiston o. Stain- 

I thorp. 

CRANDELL V. NEVADA, 6 WaU. 35. 



Constitution ; State restrictions 
on freedom of transit, a 

Regulation of commerce. 6 

"Privileges and immunities " of 
citizens, c 

Concurrent powers, d 



CRANE, EX PARTE, 5 P. 191. 

Supreme Court ; mandamus, a 

CRANE V. MORRIS, 6 P. 598. 

When possession of deed evi- 
dence of delivery; prima-facie evi- 
dence ; execution of deed, a 

Nonsuits. 6 

Recitals in deed ; when evidence, c 



Par- 



8 Wall. 138, Woodruff v. 

ham. 
8 Wall. 152, Hinson v. Lott. 

15 Wall. 280, St. Fr. Tax Case. 

16 Wall. 79, Slaughter-Ho u s e 

21 Wall. 472, R. R^ Co. v. Md. 
92 U. S. 272, Hend'sonu. Mayor 
94 U. S. 541, Doyle v. Ins. Co. 
S. 463, Pound v. Turk. 
S. 571. Cook V. Penn. 
d 102 U. S. 701, Mobile Co. v. Kim- 
ball. 



95 U. 
97 U. 



a 7 Wall. 375, ex parte Bradley. 
a 14 Wall. 170, ex parte Newman. 

a 6 P. 622, Kelly v. Jackson. 
b 14 H. 219, Silsby v. Foote. 
6 23 H. 183, Castle v. Bullard. 
b 1 Wall. 369, Sohuchardtt;. Allen 
c 5 Wall. 805, Deery v. Cray. 
a 97 U. S. 268, Lilienthal's Tobac- 
co. 



CRATVrORD, BliACKBURN v. See Blackburn v. Crawford, 
CRAWFORD, COMSTOCK v. See Oomstook v. Crawford. 



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CEATFFOBD, KEM,Y v. See Kelly v. Crawford. 
CRAWTOBD V. POINTS, 13 H. 11. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a 



CRAY, DEEBY v. See Deery v. Cray. 
CBEATH V. SIMS, 5 H. 804. 

Equity ; rescission ; illegality ; re- 
lief whei-e parties are in pari de- 
lictu. a 

Jurisdiction ; i-emedy at law. 6 

Enjoining judgments, c 

Laches, d 



a 2 "Wall. 110, Humistcm v. Stain-- 
thorp. 



CBEIGHTON, GEEBN v. See Green v. Creighton 
CBENSHAW, EX PARTE, 15 P. 183. 

Judgments; amendments, a 

CEEWS V. BREWER, 19 WaU. 70. 

Finding of facts ; act of 1865. a 

CREWS T. BURCHAM, 1 Bi. 356. 

Treaties, a 
CROCKER, NOKRIS v. Se6 Norris v. Crocker. 
CROCKETT V. LEE, 7 Wh. 585. 

Equity ; relief must correspond 
to frame of bill. 



a 14 H. 71, Sample v. Barnes. 
6 14 H. 584, Walker v. Bobbins. 
e 17 H. 445, Hendrickson v. Hiiik- 

iHy. 
c 94 U. S. 658, Crim v. Handley. 
d 95 U. S. 161, Brown v. B u e n a 
Vista. 



a 6 H. 36, Bank of U. S. v. Moss. 
a 21 Wal'l^ 161, Ins. Co. v, Sea. 
a 17 Wall. 247, Holden v. Joy. 



a 



CROCKETT V. Newton, is h. ssi. 

Certificates of division, a 
Collision; sailing vessels and 
steamers, b 

CROFT, MYERS v. See Myers v. Croft. 

CEOMMELm, MINTURN t. See Mlnturin.. Crommelin. 

CROMWELL V. SAC, 94 V. S. 3S1. 

Judgment; when estoppel, a 
Interest after maturity of obliga- 
tion. 6 



a 19 H. 126, Baker v. Kaohtrieb. 
a 1 WalU 165, Jones v. Moreliead. 



a 3 Wall. 304, Haveraeyer v. Iowa 
6 91 U. S. 223, The Sunuvside. 
b 91 U. S. 697, The Colorado. 



a 94 U. S. 429, Davis v. Brown. 
a 99 U.S. 263, Campbell u.Eankin 
6 100 U. S. 74, Holden v. Trust Co. 
al01U.S.639,Lumber Co. v. 
Buchtel. 



CROMWELL V. SAC CO., 96 V. S. 61. 

Coupons ; interest on. a | « 96 U. S. 631, Brine v. Ins Co 

CROSBY, UNITED STATES v. See United States .. Crosbi.. 
CROSS V. DE VALLE, 1 WaU. 8. 

Aliens ; when they can hold prop- 
erty, a 
Cross-bills. 6 



CROSS, DRURY V. See Drury v. Cross 
CROSS V. HARRISON, 16 H. 164. 

War; eflect of military occupa- 
tion, a - r 

Powers of the President, b 



a 6 Wall. 122, Osterman v. Bald- 
win. 
6 9 Wall. 809, Rubber Co. v. 
t n- TT r, Goodyear. 

, 1^? H- ^- ^25' e^P'^rte R. R. Co. 
b 101 U. S. 641, E. E. Co. v. U. S. 



" on ^""II- ^^^' '■^''"- Gi-apeshot. 
a 20 Wall. 394, N. Or. v.S S Co 
6 21 Wall. 87, Hamilton «DiUon. 



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CROSS, liAAV V. See I^aw v. Cross. 
CKOUDSON V. liEONARD, 4 Cr. 434. 

Aclmiialtj'; sentences in rem. a | a 9 Ci-. 126, The Maiy. 

CROWELL, V. McFADDEN, 8 Cr. 94. 

Public officers ; suits against, a 

CROWEIX V. RANDELL, 10 P. 391. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State courts ; iiow the inrisdictioii 
must appear ; Federal question, a 



a 9 Cr, 353, Otis v. Watlcins. 



a 12 P. 66, McKinley v. Carroll. 

a 12 P. 103, Beaston v. Banlv. 

a 12 P. 507, Chouteau v Marguerite 

a 13 P. 156, Reed v. Marsh. 

a 14 P. 579, Holmes v. .Jennison. 

a 15 P. 18, Coons v. Gallager. 

a 7 H. 590, Kennedy v. Hunt. 

a 7 H. 740, Smitli v. Hunter. 

a 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 

a 12 H. 119, Williams v. Oliver. 

a 14 H. 152, Lawler v. Walker. 

a 15 H. 305, Curran v. Arkansas. 

o 18 H. 512, Maxwell v. Newbold. 

a 1 Wall. 142, Bridge Prop. v. Ho- 
boken. 

a 6 Wall. 384, The Victory. 

o 13 Wall. 263, Klingeru. Missouri. 

a 14 Wall. 21, Steins v. Franklin. 

a 14 Wall. 86, Hurley v. Street. 

a 16 Wall. 189, Smith v. Adsit. 

a 20 Wall. 628, Murdock v. . Mem- 
phis. 

a 21 Wall. 558. Edwards v. Elliott. 

a 96 U. S. 412, Murray v. Charles- 
ton. 

CROWTfCN SHTEUJ, STURGES v. See Sturges v. Crowninshield. 
CROXAIX V. SHEREBD, 5 'WaU. »80. 



Contingent remainders, a 

Cui-ative and private statutes; 
validity of. 6. 

Vendor and vendee ; when there 
is no estoppel to deny title, a 

Equity; same rules in general 
applied to equitable estates as are 
applied at law to legal estates, d 

Statute of limitations; remain- 
dermen, e 



a 6 Wall. 478, Doe v. Considine. 
6 7 Wall. 624, Beloit v. Morgan, 
c 9 Wall. 600, Merryman v. 

Bourne, 
c 12 Wall. 338, VillatJ.Eodriguez. 
d 16 Wall. 229, Davis v. Gray. 
a 23 Wall. 491, Green v. Green. 
d 95 U. S. 18, New Orleans v. 
Montgomery. 

S. 312, Oukl V. Hospital. 

S. 570, Meeks v. Olpherts . 



d 95 U. 

e 100 U. 

CRnKSHAUK, V. S. v. See U. S. v. Oruikshank. 
CRUSEll, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Crusell. 
CRUZ CERVANTES, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Cruz Cervantes. 
CUIBERTSON v. SHA-VT, 18 H. 684. 

Collision; lights; watch, a I a 14 Wall. 119, The Bridgeport 
' ^ ' I rt 102 U. S. 203, The Clara. 

CUIiliOM, OTIS V. See Otis v. Cullom. 
CCMMINGS V. MISSOURI, 4 WaU. 316. 



Constitution ; bills of attainder ; 
ex post facto laws, a 
Test oath . b 



a 4 Wall. 377, ex parte Garland. 
a 9 Wall. 38, Gut v. The State. 
6 13 Wall. 261, Klingerw. Missouri. 
a 16 Wall. 239, Pierce v. Carskadon 
a 97 U. S. 385, Burgess v. Salmon. 



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eUMMINGS V. NATIONAL BANK, 101 TJ. S. 153. 

National banks ; State taxation ; I a 101 U. S. 148, Pelton v. Nat. B'k. 
injunction to restrain, a I 

CUNNINGHAM T. ASHLEY, 14 H. 318. 



Land office; when its iurisdic- 

tion is exclusive, a 
Void cancellation of entry. & 
Equity will enforce equities 

against holder of patent, c 

CUKRAN T. ABKANSAS, 15 H. 304. 

Corporations; effect of dissolu- 
tion by the legislature on its debts ; 
power of courts of equity, a 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; assets of banks ; control of 
legislature over; creditors. 6 

Kight to sue a State, c 

Capital stock trust fund for cred- 
itors, d 



CtTBKY, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Curry. 

CUBTENIUS, MORGAN v. See Morgan v. Ourtenius. 

CUKXIS V. BUTLEK CO., 84 H. 445. 

^ County bonds; subscription to 
railroad ; bonds negotiable ; condi- 
tions; bona-fldo holders, a 
CUKXIS, CAKT V. See Curtis v. Cary. 
CUKXIS v. FIELDLER, « Bl. 474. 

Collectors; suit to recover back 
taxes illegally exacted, a 

Voluntarj- payment. 6 

When the law will imply a prom- 
ise to pay; "indebitatus assump- 
sit." c 



a 20 H. 7, Garland v. Wynn. 
a 22 H. 202, Lytle v. Arkansas. 
6 1 Bl. 139, O'Brien v. Perry. 
a 2 Bl. 537, Lindsey v. Hawes. 
c 13 Wall. 102, Gibson u. Chouteau. 

a 18 H. 480, Bacon v. Kobertson. 
b 2 Wall. 21,Hawtiiorneu.Calef 
a 7 Wall. 410, E. R. «. Howard, 
c 16 Wall. 221, Davis v. Gray. 
d 17 Wall. 621, Sawyer v. Hoag. 
6 19 Wall. 9, Barings J). Dabaey. 
d 91 U. S. 61, Sanger v. Upton. 
d 92 U. S. 368, Scammon v. Kim- 
ball. 
a 95 U. S. 324, Shields v. Ohio. 
a 95 XT. S. 687, Farringtonc.Tenn. 
6 100 U. S. 556, Newton v. Com'rs. 



a 1 Bl. 404, Woods v. Lawrence Co. 



CUKXIS V. MAKXIN, 3 H. 106. 

Duties; suits against collectors, a 
Whether article imported is 

known by name given in tariff, a 

question for the jury. 6 



a 5 Wall. 732, Pliila. v. Collector. 
6 7 Wall. 128, Nichols v. U. S. 
a 12 Wall. 13, CoU'r v. Hubbard, 
c 13 Wall. 630, U. S. v. Russell; 
c 17 Wall. 141, Goddard v. Poster. 
a 22 Wall. 639, Bailey v. R. R. Co. 
a 96 U. S. 149, Davies v. Arthur. 



a 4 H. 331, Rankin v. Hoyt. 
6 7 H. 790, Lawrence v. Allen. 
6 91 U. S. 363, Arthur v. Cumming 

5 92 U. S. 470, Tyng v. Grinnell. 

6 96 U. S. Ill, Arthur v. Morrison. 
CURTIS, SIKAWBRIDGE v. See Strawbridge v. Curtis. 

CURTIS V. WHITNEY, 13 Wall. 68. 

Tax sales ; redemption, a | a 102 U. S. 657, Barrett u. Holmes. 

CUSTARD, GREEN v. See Oreen v. Custard. 
CUSTIS V. GEORGETOWN & ALEX. XUNRNPIKE CO., 6 Cr. SSS. 



District of Columbia ; courts of. a 
Supreme Court; appellate juris- 
diction. 6 

CUTLER, RAE V. See Eae -o. Cutler. 
CUTNEB V. U. S., 17 Wall. 516. 

Civil war ; intercourse, a 



a 12 P. 608, Kendall v. U. S. 

b 19 Wall. 64, R. R. Co. v. Church. 



a 21 Wall. 352, Mitchell v. U. S. 



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a 19 H. 276, Hipp v. Babin. 
a 2 Bl. 551, Parker v. Cotton Co. 
a 7 Wall. 61S, Morgan v. Beloit. 
a 15 Wall. 228, Oelriohs v. Spain. 



CUTTING, CARTER v. See Carter v. Cutting. 
CUTirSfG, tJ. S. V. See U. S. Catting. ' 
DADE V. IRWTN, S H. 389. 

Equity ; no junsdiotion wliere 
remedy complete at law ; objection 
to the want of iuriscliction can be 
taken by the court, a 
D'AGUIRKB, TJ. S. v. See U. S. v. D'Agulrre. 
DAIR V. TJ. S., 16 Wall. 1. 

U. S. ; official bonds ; sureties, a | a 21 Wall. 274, Butler v. U. S. 

DAXT V. JAMES, 8 ■WTi. 535. 

U. S. courts ; force of State de- I a 12 Wh. 164, Jackson v. Chew, 
cisions. a \ 

DAXTON, BANK OF AXABAMA v. See Banli of Alabama u. Dalton. 
DANDELET v. SMITH, 18 Wall. 647. 

Internal revenue ; distillers, a | a 95 U. S. 310, BergdoUw. Pollock. 
DANDRIDGE, BANK OF THE TJ. S. v. See Banlc of the U. S. v. Dandridge. 
DANDKIDGE v. W^ASHINGTON, 2 P. 378. 

Equity ; dismissal of bill without | a 7 Wall. 110, Durant v. Essex Co. 
prejudice, a I 

DANFOKTH v. THOMAS, 1 Wh. 155. 



a 9 Wh. 673, Dauforth v. Ware. 
6 12 P. 714, Khode Island v. Mass. 



a 2 P. 225, Patterson v. Jenks. 
6 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
a 15 P. 80, Mitchell v. U. S. 



Land grants ; when they must be 
by statute, a 
Boundaries between States. 6 

DANFOBTH v. WEAR, 9 Wb. 673. 

Indians ; grant of Indian land 
void, a 

Boundary between l^orth Caro- 
lina and tlie Cherokees. 6 
DANTEl, TODD v. See Todd v: Daniel. 
DANIEI., TJ. S. V. See U. S. v. Daniel. 
DANIEIi V. -WHARTENBY, 17 WaU. 640. 

Contingent remainders, a | a 23 Wall. 491, Green v. Green 

DANIEL, W^ELSON v. See Wilson v. Daniel. 
DANIEI. BAXL, THE, 10 TVaU. 562. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; navigable I a 11 Wall. 415, The Montello. 
waters, a | a 20 Wall. 439, The Montello. 

DANIELS, BANK TJ. S. v. See Bank U. S. v. Daniels. 
DANNBBY, McDONOTJGH v. See McDonough. v. Dannery. 
DAJBBT, EDWARDS v. See Edwards i). Darby. 
D'ABCY V. KETCHTJM, 11 H. 165. 

Constitution ; judgments ; faith 
and credit to be given to. a 

U.S. courts; jurisdiction where 
some of the parties cannot be serv- 
ed ; act 28th February, 1839. (5 
St. 32.) b 



Judgments without notice. 
By attachment, d 
Extraterritorial effect, e 



a 18 H. 405, Ins. Co. v. French. 

6 1 Bl. 571, Inbush v. Farwell. 

a 5 Wall. 300, Christmas uKussell 

c 6 Wall. 239, Mason v. Eldred. 

a 9 Wall. 123, Cheever v. U. S. 

d 9 Wall. 810, Rubber Co. v. Good- 
year. 

a 17 Wall. 528, Pub. Works v. Col. 

a 18 Wall. 464, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 

a 21 Wall. 428, Michaels «. Post. 

a 91 U. S. 169, Hall v. Lannlng. 

a 91 U. S. 661, Lamp Co. v. Brass 
Co. 

e 95 U. S. 720, Pennoyer v. Neff. 



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DARtING, LEWIS v. See Lewis v. Darlings 
DAKIINGTON, EMPIRE T. See Empire v. Darlington. 
DARiyAI.1., I.AGRAND v. See Lagrand v. Darnall. 
DARRTNGTON v. BANE OF ALABAMA, 13 H. 13. 



a 15 H. 305, Curran v. Arkansas. 



State by becoming interested in 
capital stoclcof corporation does not 
impart to corporation any of its 
privileges ; bills of credit, a 

DARST, DUNCAN v. See Duncan v. Darst. 

DARTMOUTH COLI/EGE T. WOODTVARD, 4 Wh. 518. 



The Eevolntion made no change 
in property rights, a 

Constitntion ; obligation of con- 
tracts, b 

State cannot take away a fran- 
chise, c 

Power to declare a statute of the 
State unconstitutional, d 

Natni-e of corporations, and pow- 
ers, e 

Grant to corpoi-ation to be cre- 
ated ; public and piivate corpora- 
tions ; power of State ovei-. / 

What are public corporations, g 

Perpetuities, h 



New 



a 8 Wh. 464, Society «. 
Haven. 

6 12 Wh. 213, Ogdeii v. Saunders. 

c 6 P..706, U. S. V. Arredondo. 

d 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

e 13 P. 584, Bank v. Earle. 

e 2 H. 5.50, E. B. Co. K.Letson. 

b 6 H. 330, Plant. Bank v. Sharp. 

e 9 H. 177, Perrine v. Canal Co. 

c 10 H. 532, East Hartford v. Hart- 
ford Bridge Co. 

/14 H. 271, TJniversitv v. Indiana. 

a 16 H. 376, Bank v. Knoop. 

b 22 H. 377, Aspin wall v. Daviess. 

c 3 Wall. 73, Bingliamroii Bridge 

e 6 Wall. 606, Soc. forSav. v. Coit. 

c 8 Wall. 437, Home of Friendless 
V. House. 

c 13 Wall. 212, Pa. College Cases. 

c 15 Wall. 493, Miller v. State. 

c 15 Wall. 511, Holyoke Co. v. Ly- 
man. 

c 16 Wall. 232, Davis v. Gray. 

6 16 Wall. 249, Humphrey v. Pe- 
gues. 

c 18 Wall. 225, Delaw'e R. R. Tax. 

7j95 U. S. 312, Ould «. Hospital. 

b 95 U. S. 983, Farrington«.Teini. 

6 96 U. S. 607, Edwards!;. Kearsey 

6 100 U. S. 557, Newton v. Com'rs. 

/lOI U. S. 539, R'y Co. v. Phil'a. 

6 101 U. S. 816, Ston(; v. Mississippi 
DASHIEL, U. S. V. See U. S. i). Dashiel. 
DAUCHY, WISCART t. See Wiseart v. Danohr. 
D'AUTERIVE, U. S. V. See U. S. v. D'Auterive. 
DAVENPORT, EX PARTE, 6 P. 663. 

Pleading; inconsistent and double I a 15 Wall, 
pleas, a 

DAVENPORT v. EliETCHER, 16 H. 168. 

Supreme Court ; writs of error ; 
defects in ; dismissal, a 
Joint decrees ; severance. 6 



370, 



Grand Chute 
Winegar. 



a 11 Wall. 86, The Protector. 

6 20 Wall. 158, Simpson v. Greeley. 



DAVENPORT, FOSTER t. See Foster v. Davenport. 



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DAVENPORT v. I.AMB, IS 'Wall. 418. 

Land titles; right of pve-emptor I a 18 Wall. 314, Lamb u. Davenport, 
to sell before acquiring title, a | 
DAVENPORT, LAMB v. See Lamb v. Davenport. 
DAVEITPORX, SINNOT v. See Sinnot v. Davenport. 
DAVENPORT, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Davenport. 
DAVIDSON V. I.ANIER, 4 VTall. 447. 

Supreme Court; appeal bonds; I a 102 U. S. 162, Seward u. Corneau. 
security for costs ; dismissal, a I 
DAVIDSON, UDELL v. See Udell v. Davidson. 
DAV^E V. BRIGGS, 97 V. S. 688. 

of the 
limita- 



U. S. courts; decisions 
State courts ; force of ; 
tions. a 
DAVEES V. ARTHUR, 96 fr. S. 148. 

Kevenue ; designation of articles 
in iarift"la\vs. a 

Recovery back of duties; pro- 
test. 6 

DAVIES, G.iRLAND v. See Garland 
DA\T;ESS v. FAIRBAIRN, S H. 643 

Statutes ; repeal by implication . a 



a 98 U. S. 471, Amy v. Dubuque. 



a 97 U. S. 367, Arthur v. Moller. 
6 101 TI. 8. 37, Arthur v. Dodge. 
6 101 U. S. 179, Wright v. Black- 
erslee. 

'. Davies. 



DAVIESS CO., ASPINWAXLv 
DAVIS, THE, 10 WaU. 15. 

U. S.; moneyed judgment can- 
not be rendered against except in 
the Coiut of Claims, a 
DAVIS, ARTHUR v. See Arthur v. D.^vis. 
DAVnS V. BRADEN, 10 P. 888. 

Certificates of division, a 



a 11 Wall. 92, U. S. v. Tynen. 
a 17 Wall. 431, State v. Stoll. 
a 96 U. S. 158, Koldsaat u. Murphy 
See Aspinwall v. Daviess Co. 



a 11 Wall. 201, Case v. Terrell. 
a 9S U. S. 437, Carr v. V. S. 



a 24 H. 306, Wiggins v. Gray^ 

a 

a 



DAVIS T. BROWN, 94 U. S. 483. 

Judgments; estoppels; res judi- 
cata, a 

DAVIS V. GRAT, 16 WaU. 880. 

U. S. courts ; parties, a 

Conditions precedent, b 

An unconsritntionallaw null and 
void, c 

Conditions subsequent, d 

Equity; receivers, e 
. States; contracts by. f 
DAVIS, INS. CO. V. See Ins. Co. v. Davis. 
DAVIS, LEONARD v. See Leonard v. Davis. 
DAVIS V. PACKARD, 6 P. 41. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State coin-t; suit against foreigu 
consul, a 

Federal question. 6 

Consuls ; duties, c 



3 Wall. 255, Daniels v. R. R. Co. 

7 Wall. 581, U. S. v. Roseuburg. 



a 99 U. S. 263, Campbell v. Rankin. 



20 Wall. 124, Knapp v. R.R.Co 
92 U. S. 173, Cai-ey v. Brown. 
92 U. S. 541, Board v. McComb. 
97 U. S. 696, Ruoh v. Rock Isl'd 
99 U. S. 198, Exp. Co. u. R. R. 

/lOO U. S. 557, Newton u.Com'rs. 

d 102 U. S. 112, Giddingsu. Ins. Co 



a 7 P. 281, Davis v. Packard, 
a 8 P. 320, Davis v. Packard. 
6 10 P. 391, Crowell v. Randell. 
c 9 H. 377, Harrison v. Vose. 



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DAVIS V. PACKARD, 8 P. 333. 

Supreme Court U.S.; control over I a 6 H. 36, Bauk U. S. v. Moss, 
its own jiidgraeiits. a \ 

DAVIS, PBUGH V. See Pengh v. Darls. 
DAVIS V. POLICE JURY, 9 H. 880. 



620, U. S. V. D'Anterive. 
50, Montaulet v. U. S. 



Treaties ; construction, a a 10 H, 

Louisi.inii laiiil titles; invalidity 6 12 H. 
of Frencli grant in ceded territory. 6 
DAVIS, SICARD V. See Sicard v. Davis. 
DAVIS, TENNESSEE v. See Tennessee ij. D.'tvis. 
DAVIS V. WOOD, 1 Wh. 6. 

Heai-say evidence, a | a 10 ]'. 432, EUicott v. Pearl. 

I a 24 H. 209, Vigel v. Kayior. 

DATFSON V. GODFREY, 4 Cr. 383. 

Tiie Kevolntion did not deprive 1 a 8 Wh. 480, Society v. New Haven 
any person of civil rights, a \ ■ _ 

DAWSON, U. S. V. See U. S. ■!;. Dawson. 
DAY V. CHISM, 10 Wli. 449. 

Supreme Court; reversal of judg- I a 4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis, 
meat witli leave to amend, a \ 

DAY, COLLECTOR v. See Collector ii. Day. 
DAY V. GAXLDP, 3 WaU. 113. 



Conflict of jiuisdiction between 
State and Federal courts, a 
DAY V. MICOU, i8 Wall. 160. 

Jurisdiction ; void and voidable 
judgments, a 
Confiscation. 6 



DAY, PUTNAM t. See Putnam v. Day. 
DAY V. W^ASHBURN, 84 H. 355. 

Creditor's bill; judgment and 
execnti6n returned unsatisfied, a 

DAY V. WOODWORTH, 13 H. 371. 

Damages ; torts ; exemplary dam- 
ages, a 

Counsel fees. 6 



DAYTON V. LASH, 94 U. S. 118. 

Supreme Court ; supersedeas. 
Citation, b 
Dismissal of appeal, c 



a 3 Wall. 342, Buck v. Colbath. 



a 18 Wall. 177, ex parte Lange. 
6 20 Wall. 115, Confiscation Oases. 
6 91 U. S. 27, Semmes v. U. S. 
b 92 U. S. 211, Wallaohu.Van Ris- 

wick. 
6 90 U. S. 285, Conrad v. Waples. 



a 2 Wall. 195, Chittenden v. 

Brewster. 
a 101 U. S. 691, Case v Beauregard 

a 21 H. 213, E. R. Co. v. Qnigley. 
6 23 H. 9, Teese v. Huntington. 
6 15 Wall. 231, Oelrictis v. Spain. 
6 15 Wall. 453, Flanders v. Tweed. 
a 91 U. S. 493, R. R. v. Armes. 
a 98 U. S. 276, Beckwith v. Bean. 

a 96 U. S. 726, O'Reilly cEdring.- 

tou. 
6 99 U. S. 609, Bank v. Bank. 
c 100 U. S. 662, R. R. Co. v. Blair. 



DEAN, KENDIG v. See Kendig v. Dean. 
DEAN T. MASON, 80 H. 198. 

Patent law ; assignees ; meaning 
of tlie word "interested" in pat- 
nt act. (0 St. 123.) a 

Damages ; profits. 6 



a 7 Wall. 522, Moore v. Marsli. 
6 9 Wall. 802 Rubber Co. v. Good- 
year. 
6 93 U. S. 70, Birdsall v. Coolidge 



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DEAN V. iraXSON, 10 "WaU. 158. 

Civil war; imlginciit in absonco a 11 Wall. 589, Lncllowu. Ramsey, 
of (lofeiidant wiihiu Confederatp a 17 Wall. 4;i9, LaserouRoeliereaii 
'"i«'s. a a 18 Wall. 110, University v. Finch 

DEAN, THOMPSON v. Seo Thompson v. Dean. 
DEANE, BANK OF THE IT. S. v. See Bank of the U. S. v. Dunn. 
DE ARMAS, NEW ORLEANS v. See New Orleans v. De Armas. 
DEBOLT, MECH. & TRADERS' BANK v. See Mech.. and Trad. Bank i..Debolt. 
DEBOI.T, OHIO tIEE & TRUST CO. v. See Ohio Life & Trust Oo. i. Debolt. 
DECATUR V. PAUUJING, 14 P. 497. 

Mandamus to heads of depart- a 

ments ; powers of District of Co- 6 

Inntibia courts, a 6 

Does not lie where the officer 

exercises a discretion. 6 a 

To reverse judgment refusing a 

mandamus, remedy is by writ of 6 

error, c c 

6 



6 102 U. S. 395, U. S. v. Sohurz. 

DECATUR BANK v. ST. LOUIS BANK, 21 "WaU. 301. 



G II. 99, Bi-ashoar v. Mason. 

7 H. 12-2, Wilkes v. Dinsman. 

11 H. 287, lleeside v. Walker. 

16 H. 2G9, Bartlett v. Kane. 

17 H. 229, U. S. V. Seaman. 
17 H. 301, U. S. V. Gnthrie. 

4 Wall. 5;i4, Com'r u.Whiteley. 
(i Wall. 497. ex parte De G-i-oot 
7 Wall. 350, Gaines v. Thomp- 
son. 
9 Wall. 312, Sec. u McGarrahan 



a 91 U. S. 28, McLemore v. Bank. 



Supreme Conit ; will not reverse 
wliere plaintiff in error's case is 
fatally defective, a 

DECHEXAUX, CHAPPEDELATNE v. See Ohappedelaine v. Dechenaux. 
DEERING, FAR. & MECH. BANK T. See Far. & Mech. Bank v. Deering. 
DEERT M. CRAY, 5 WaU. 795. 

Error; immaterial rulings, a | a 17 Wall. 639, Smith » Shoemaker 
DEFREES, TTLER v. See Tyler v. Defrees. 
DEGROOT V. U. S., 5 W^all. 433. 

U.S.; suits against; set-offs, a 

Awards by public officers; when 
they act ministerially. 6 

Court of Claims; findings of 
facts ; review of by Sup. Court, c 

DE HARO, U. S. V. See V. S. v. De Haro. 
DELKELMAN, U. S. ^r. See U. S. v. Deikelman. 
DE KRAFFT v. BARNEY, 8 Bl. 714. 

Supreme Court ; value of matter i a 92 U, 
in dispute, a I 

DE LA CROIX V. CHAMBERLAIN, 13 Wh. 

Action at law on equitable title, a 
Political questions. 6 
Spanish concession in Florida af- 
ter cession, c 



a 6 Wall. 491, U. S. v. Eckfoid. 
6 7 Wall. 194, Gordon v. U. S. 
a 11 Wall. 201, Case v. Terrell, 
c 98 U. S. 444, The Abbotsford. 



, S. 361, Potts V. Chumasero. 

699. 

a 6 P. 767, Strother v. Lucas. 
a 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 
6 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
c 14 P. 360, Pollard v. Kibbe. 



DE LA LANZA, DOSWELL v. See Doswell v. De La L.anzi. 
DELASSUS V. U. S., 9 P. 118. 

Missouri laud titles; Spanish 
grants ; concession by the lieuten- 
ant-governor, a 

Power to grant ; valid execution 
of power presumed, b 
6 



a 9 P. 137, Chouteau v. U. S. 
a 12 P. 427, StrotJier v. Lucas. 
a 8 H.301, Menard v. Masspy. 
b 20 U. 60, U. S. V. Cambu.stou. 
b 22 H. 459, Fnentes v. U. S. 



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DEI/AWABB EVS. CO., MAKSHAXI. v. See Marshall v. Delaware Ins. Co. 
DEI.AWABE BAELROAB TAX, 18 Wall. S25. 



Coiiatirution ; obligation of con- 
tracts; exemption from taxation, a 
Taxation of railroads. 5 
Consolidation, c 



a 22 Wall. 57.5, Tnolier uFergnson. 
b 92 U. S. 611, St. R. R. Tax Case. 
a 02 U. S. 675, R. R. d. Geoi'sia. 
a 93 U. S. 222, Morgan v Loiiisianii 
c 94 U. S. 726, E. E. v. Virginia, 
c 96 U. S. 511, E. E. Co. v. Maine. 



DEI.. & KAKITAN CANAL, BUNDLE v. 
DEL COL V. ARNOLD, 3 Dall. 333. 

Prize ; courts of neutral, a 
Marino torts ; damages. 6 
Admiralty; attachment to com- 
pel appearance, c 

DELMAS V. INS. CO., 14 Wall. 661. 

Supreme Court ; writs of error to 
State courts ; Federal question ; 
questions of general public law 
growing out of the war. a 



See Rundle v. Del. & Earitan Canal 



a 1 Wh. 252, L'Invincible. 

6 3 Wli. 546, Tlie Amiable Kancy. 

c 10 Wh. 484, Manro v. Almeida. 



a 15 Willi. 68, Tarver v. EeacU. 

a 18 Wall. 548, Boyce v. Tabb. 

a 92 U. S. 130, Eockhold v. Rock- 
hold. 

a 92 U. S. 287, Ins. Co. v. Hendren 

a 93 U. S. 589, U. S. v. Thompson. 

a 98 U. S. 333, Bank v. McVeigh. 

a 99 U. S. 321, University v People 
DELESPINE, U. S. V. See U. S. -u. Delespme. 
DE LANCEY, McKEEN v. See McKeen v. De Lancey. 
DBMAKET, BETHEL v. See Bethel v. Demaret. 
DEN, McETVEN v. See MoEwen v. Den. 
DEN V. NEW JERSEY CO., 16 H. 438. 

Land below low-water mark bo- i a 18 H. 72, Smith v. Maryland 
ngs to the State ; fisheries, a | a 23 Wall. 68, St. Clair v Loving 



Jon, 

DENEAL V. STUMP, 8 P. 686. 

Supreme Court; writs of error; 



Lovlngston 



mistakes in ; dismissal. 
Joinder of parties. 6 



a 12 P. 140, Wilson v. Ins. Co. 
a a 12 H. 21, Smith v. Clark. 

6 6 Wall. 362, Mussina w. Cavazos. 

a 11 Wall. 86, The Protector. 

6 20 Wall. 1.58, Simpson u, Greeley. 
DENIG, BUBDELL T. See Burdell v. Denig. 
DENMEAD, WINANS v. See Winans v. Denmead. 
DENNIE, HABRIS v. See Harris v. Dennie. 
DENNISON, KENTUCKY v. See Kentucky v. Dennison. 
DENNISON, WASHINGTON V. See Washington s. Dennison. 
DENNISTOWN V. STEWART, 18 H. 665. 

Certificates of division, a | a 3 Wall. 254, Daniels v. R. E. Co. 

DEPEAU V. HUMPHBEY, 80 H. 1. 

Contracts; by what law gov-] 
erned ; interest ; usury, a 

DEBBY, PHILA. & BEAD. B. B. v. 
DEBMOTT V. JONES, 8 Wall. 1. 

Warranty, a I 

DEBMOTT, JONES v. See Jones v. Dermott. 



a 1 Wall. 310, Miller v. Tifflny. 
a 91 U. S. 412, Scudder v. Bank. 
See Phila. & Read. R. E. «. Derby. 

a 13 Wall. 658, Osborn v. Nicholson 



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a 16 H. 442, Ins. Co. v. Debolt. 
6 9 Wall. 391, Bushiiell v Kennedy 



DESHI.KB V. DODCi;, 16 H. &%9. 

Constitution ; exemption from 
taxation ; protection afforded where 
proceeding is under an unconstitu-, 
tional law. a 

U. S. courts; citizenship; suits 
bj' assignees ; section 11 of judiciary 
act. b 

DESMASB -r. V. S., 93 U. S. 605. 

Civil war; effect of the capture 
of New Orleans on the property of 
the inhabitants, a 

DBS MOENKS CO., WOIiCOTT v. See Wolcott v. Des Moines Co. 
DES MOINES K. B. CO., BUKK v. See Burr v. Des Moines K. K. Co. 
»E SOBKY V. NICHOLSON, 3 WaU. 430. 



a 99 U. S. 495, Clark v. U. 8. 



U. S. courts ; citizenship; as- 
signees ; sec. 11 of judiciary act. a 

DE TBEVU-IE v. SMAXIS, .98 U. S, 

Tax salps for direct taxes, a 
Constitution; due process of law.6 



a 8 Wall. 396, Bradley v. Rhines. 
a 11 Wall. 216, Ins. Co. v. Francis. 



S17. 

a 99 U. S. 442, Keeley v. Sandei-s. 
a 99 U. S. 497, Sherry v. McKin- 

ley. 
6 102 U. S. 594, Springer v. U. S. 

DE VAIXE, CROSS v. See Cross v. De Valle. 

DEVEAtJX, BANK OF THE U. S. v. See Bank o£ tlie U. S. «. Deveaux. 

BEVEKEATJX v. MAKB, 18 Wi. 812. 



Certificates of division, a 



DE VrLXEMONT v. U. S., 13 H. 866 

Louisiana land titles ; incomplete i 
Spanish grants, a 

Grants on conditions. 6 ] 

DETTEES, BOTHWEIX v. See Eotliwell v. Dewees, 
DEWING T. PEKDICABIES, 96 V. S. 193. 

Civil war; the Confederacy, a \a 97 U. S. 

Ordinance of secession void. 6 | 6 102 U. S. 
DE WITT, U. S. V. See U. S. i). DeWltt. 
D'WOLF V. JOHNSON, 10 Wli. 367. 

Usuiy. a 

Incompetency of witness on ac- 
count of interest. 6 

Contracts; by what law gov- 
erned, c 
D'WOIiF V. BABATJD, 1 P. 476. 

Statute of frauds; promise to 
pay debt of another, a 

Nonsuit. 6 

U. S. courts; want of jurisdic- 
tion raised by plea in abatement, c 



a 7 H. 190, U. S. V. Chicago. 
a 3 Wall. 254, Daniels u. E. E. Co. 



a 17 H. 552, Fremont ». U. S. 
a 18 H. 474, Ledoux ». Black. 
6 23 H. 317, U. S. u. Noe. 



604, Ford v. Surgett. 
419, Daniels v. Tierney 



4P, 
13 P, 

oH. 
91 U. 



•206, Lloyd v. Scott. 

78, Andrews v. Pond. 

94, Bridges w. Armor. 
S. 411, Scudder B. Bank. 



a 100 U. S. 250, Gates v. Bank. 



DEXTER, THE, 23 WaU. 69. 

Collision; lookouts, a 
DEXTEB, CARPENTER v. See Carpenter v. Dexter. 



a 2 P. 174, Townsley v. Sumrall. 

6 6 P. 608, Crane v. Morris. 

c 7 H. 215, Smith v. Kernochen. 

6 14 H. 219, Silsby v. Foote. 

c 14 H. 508, Sheppard v. Graves. 

6 23 H. 183, Castle ». Bullard. 

6 1 WaU. 369, Schuchardt u. Allen 

a 23 Wall. 177, The Sea Gull. 



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DEXTEB, HODGSON V. See Hodgson v. Dexter. 
DE YOUNG, KEPLINGEB v. See Keplinger v. De Young. 
DE YOUNG, LEAGUE v. See League v. De Young. 
DIAX V. BBYNOIiDS, 96 U. S. 340. 

Eqnify ; multifariousness, a | a 98 U. S. 60, Peters v. Bowman. 
DIALOGUE, PENNOCK v. See Pennock v. Dialogue. 
DIANA, THE, 3 WU. 68. 

Admiralty ; costs and interest, a | a 95 U. S. 618, The Wanata. 
DICK, 1.EE V. See Lee v. Dick. 
DICKENS V. BBAI-, 10 P. 681. 



Negotiable paper ; notice ; due 
diligence, a 

Wlien a question for the court, b 



a 4 H. 210, Carpenter v. Ins. Co. 
a 4 H. 344, Harris v. Eobiiison. 
6 18 H. 517, Watson v. Tarpley. 



DICKENSON V. PLANTERS' BANK, 16 Wall. 850. 

Trial witliout jnry ; act of 1865. cs | a 91 U. S. 614, Gilman ». Tel. Co. 

DICKEESON V. COLGEOVE, 100 V. S. 678. 

Ejectment ; estoppels in pais, a a 101 U: S. 499, Baker v. Humphrey 

a 102 U. S. 78, Kirk v. Hamilton. 
a 102 U. S. 570, George v. Tate. 

DICKEY V. BALT. INS. CO., 7 Cr. 387. 

Marine inisnrance ; construction j a 20 Wall. 497, Ins. Co.' v. Hearne. 
of "at " and '• from " in policy, a I 

DICKINSON, CATHERINE, THE, v. See The Catherine b. Dickinson. 

DICKSON, U. S. V. See U. S. ■». Dickson. 

DIGGES, VAN BUREN v. See Tan Bureu v. Digges. 

DIGGS V. "WALCOTT, 4 Cr. 179. 



TJ. S. courts; injunctions against 
State courts, a 

Injunctions by State court against 
Federal court, b 



o 7 H. 618, Peck v. Jenness. 

6 6 Wall. 195, Riggs v. Johnson. 

b 6 Wall. 517, U. S. v. Keokuk. 

a 96 U. S. 341, Dial v. Keynolds. 
DILL, WHITRIDGE v. See Whitridge ■o. Dill. 
DILLON V. BARNARD, 81 WaU. 430. 

Demurrers, a I a 91 U. S. 536, Gould v. R. E. 

I a 09 U. S. 45, CJ. S. v. Ames. 
DILLON, HAMILTON v. See Hamilton v. Dillon. 
DILLON, MACKEY v. See Mackey v. Dillon. 
DINSMAN, WILKES v. See Wilkes v. Dinsman. 
DIRST V. MORRIS, 14 WaU. 490. 

Supremo Court ; review of find- i a IS Wall. 2.52, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
mgs of facts, a | o 19 Wall. 72, Crews v. Brewer. 

DISINTEGRATING CO., ATKINS V. See Atkins ,,. Disintegrating Co. 
DISTILLED SPIRITS, 10 WaU. 364. 

Internal revenue ; sale to purchas- 
ers without payment of duties, a 
Agency, b 
Repeals; by implication, c 



DIVINA PASTORA, THE, 4 Wli. 68. 

Prize ; neutrality, a 
Evidence limited to plea. 6 
Political questions, c 



a 14 Wall. 62, Henderson's Dis- 
tilled Spirits. 
6 91 U. S. 310, Hoover v. Wise, 
c 95 U. S. 196, Pabbri v. Murphy. 



a 4 Wh. 497, The JsTnestra Senora. 
4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis, 
c 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 



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DIX, 'WEST KIVEB BRIDGE: v. See West Eiver Bridge v. Dix. 
DIXON V. KAMSEY, 3 Cr. 319. 

Administrator; suits in other | a 15 P. 4, Viuighaii u. Northup 
States, a j o 9 Wall. 400, Noonaii v. Bradley. 

DOANE, HANNAUEK v. See Hannauer v. Doane. 
DOANE PENHAIiliOW v. See Penliallow v. Doane. 
DOANE BICHABDSON v. See Ricliardson v. Doane. 
DOBBINS V. EBIE CO., 16 P. 443. 

Constitution ; State cannot tax I a 11 Wall. 122, Collector v. Day. 
salary of U. S. officer, a | a 91 U. S. 34, Bank u. Dealing. 

DOBBINS' DISTnXEBT v. V. S., 96 IT. S. 401. 

Revenue ; t a x on distilleries ; | a 99 U. S. 397, Hartman v. Bean, 
lien for. o I 

DODDBIDGE V. THOMPSON, 9 Wli. 469. 



Suits in which the government Is a 9 Wh. 
interested, a 6 2 P. 

Boundaries; rivers. 6 
DODGE, DESHXEE v. See Deshler v. Dodge. 
DODGE, BUSSEIX V. See Russell v. Dodge. 
DODGE V. "WOOISEY, 18 H. 336. 

Constitution; obligation of con- 
tracts; exemptions; illegal taxa- 
tion, a 

Eight of dissenting stockholder 
to sue. 6 

U.S. courts; jurisdiction where 
a State is interested in the suit; in 
deciding who are parties, court will 
not look beyond the record, c 



816, O^born v. Bank U S. 
4i3, Reynolds v. M Arthur 



a 18 II. 383, Bank v. Debolt. 

a 18 H. 385, Baijlv v. Thomas. 

6 23 H. 395, Zabriskie v. R. R. Co. 

a 

a 

a 

b 
a 



DOE T. BRADBN, 16 H. 654. 

Executive ; when its action 
final, a 

DOE V. CEULDEESS, 31 Wall. 648. 

Bankrupt and State courts ; their I 
respective jurisdiction, a I 

DOE V. CONSEDINE, 6 Wall. 469. 

Contingent remainders ; rule in 
Shelly's case, a 
Estates for life ; wills. 6 

DOE V. ESI.AVA, 9 H. 421. 

Si)anish grants; complete and 

incomplete titles, a 
Double concessions. 6 
Registers and receivers, c 
Supreme Court ; writs of error to 

State courts; Federal question, d 



1 Bl. 475, Bank v. Ohio. 
2B1.544, Wright i>. Sill. 
4 Wall. 554, Van Hoffmuu v. 

Quiucy. 
8 Wall. 73, Memphis v. Dean. 
8 Wall. 438, Home of the Friend- 
less V. Rou^e. 
a 13 Wall. 376, Salt Co. v. East 

Saginaw, 
c 16 Wall. 220, Davis «. Gray. 
b 16 Wall. 451, Ribont). R. R. Cos. 
b 18 Wall. 627, Davenport v. Dow. 
a 21 Wall. 498, Erie R. R. v. Penn. 
a 95 U. S. 690, Farrington v. Tenn 
b 96 U. S. 197, Dewing v. Perdica- 
ries. 

a 18 H. 285, Murray v. IToboken. 
a 17 Wall. 242, Holden v. Joy. 

a 91 U. S. 526, Eyster v. Gaff. 



a 23 Wall. 491, Green v. Green. 
6 101 U. S. 788, Young v. Bradley. 



a 9 H. 4.67, Doe v. Mobile. 

b 22 H. 340, Berthold v. McDonald 

c 24 H. 361, Tate v. Carney. 

d 4 Wall. 210, Lanfear v. Hiinley. 



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DOE V. GBTMES. See Elmore «. Giymes, 
DOE V. WILSOSr, 23 H. 457. 

Indians; reservations, a 



a 1 Bl. 356, Crews v. Biiroham. 
h 17 Wall. 247, Holden v. Joy. 



Treaties with. 6 

DOGGETX V. KAIIiKOAD CO., 99 U. S. 72. 

Equity ; parties, a | a 99 U. S. 199, Ex. Co. v. E. R. Co. 

DOI.I.AB SATTNGS BANK v. V. S., 19 Wall. 2S». 



Statutes; when the State is in- 
clnded. a 
Revenue; suits to recover taxes. 6 

DOLFH, BABNET v. See Barney v. Dolph. 
DONALDSON v. TAKWEIX, 93 V. S. 631 



a 20 Wall. 263, U. S. v. Herron. 
& 99 U. S. 233, King v. V. S. 



Bankruptcy ; assignee takes 
property subject to equities, a 



Sav- 



a 95 U. S. 766, Yeatman v. 
ings Inst. 

a 100 U. S. 739, Stewart v. Piatt. 
DONAI/DSON, UTLET v. See Utley v. Donaldson. 
DONEttT, BANK U. S. v. See Bank U. S. « Donelly. 
DOOLEY T. SMITH, 13 WaU. 604. 

Legal-tender; "dollars." a I a 15 Wall. 195, Railroad d Johnson 

I a 96 U. S. 587, Bissell v. Heyward. 

DOEEMUS, CAMDEN T. See Camden v. Doremns. 
DOBEMUS, McAEEE -v. See McAtee v. Doremns. 
DOOB, EX PAKTE, 3 H. 103. 

U. S. Courts ; habeas corpus, a | a 20 H. 597, Taylor v. Carryl. 

DOBB T. PACIFIC INS. CO., 7 ■Wll. 682. 

Marine insurance ; discharge of I a 10 Wh. 416, Janney v. Ins. Co. 
underwriters; ship unseaworthy. a | a 22 H. 116, Ins. Co. v. Mordecai. 

DOBSEX T. PACKWOOD, 12 H. 126. 

Equity ; specific performance, a | a 10 Wall. 170, Dean v. Nelson. 

DOS HEEMANOS, 10 Wh. 311. 



Supreme Court ; supersedeas, a 
Appeal ; when a matter of right.. 6 
When case will not be dismissed 
for want of bond, c 

Prize ; U. S. take captured prop- 
erty jure reipublicce. d 

DOSS V. TYACK, 14 H. 297. 

Judgments; power of the court 
over during the term, a 



a 16 H. 146, Adams v Law. 
a 23 H. 1, Anson v. Railroad. 
b 6 Wall. 107, U. S. v. Adams, 
c 7 Wall. 311, Edmonson uBloom- 

shire. 
a 12 Wall. 149, Bigler v. Waller. 
d 13 Wall. 893, The Siren. 

a 101 U. S. 752, Goddard v. Ord- 
way. 

29. 



DOSWEIX, V. DE LA LANZA, 20 H. 

Texas land titles ; empresario 
grants, a 

Supreme Court ; will not review 
granting or refusing new trials, b 

DOUGLAS v. DOUGLAS, 21 Wall. 98. 

Replevin, a \ a 22 Wall. 214, Sweeney v. Lonime 

DOUGLASS, HUIDEKOPEB v. See Huidekoper v. Douglass 
DOUGLASS v. PIKE CO., 101 U. S. 677. 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads ; recitals ; estoppel ; bona- 
fldc holders, a i 



a 20 H. 265, Spenser v. Lapsley. 
6 3 Wall. 103, Sparrow v. Strong. 
6 13 Wall. 604, Ins. Co. v. Barton. 
6 93 U. S. 301, Railroadc. Horst. 



a 101 U. S. 695, Anthony d. Jasper. 



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DOUGIASS T. KEITNOLDS, 1 P, 

Guaranty ; notice, a 



las. 



a 10 P. 491, Lee v. Dick. 

a 12 P. 212, Adams v. Jones. 

a 12 P. 497, Reynolds v. Douglass 

a 1 H. 180, Beil v. Bi-uin. 

a 2 H. 478, Rhett v. Poe. 

a 10 H. 472, M'f'g Co. v. Welch. 
DOUGIiASS, REYNOLDS v. See Reynolds d. Douglass. 
DOUGIiASS CO. V. BOI^IiES, 94 U. S. 104. 

County and municipal bonds in 



a97U. 
a98U. 



aid of railroads; conditions; reci- 
tals ; estoppel ; bona-fide holders, a 

DOWNES T. CHURCH, 13 P. 807. 

Negotiable paper; either set of 
bill of exchange may be presented 
for acceptance, a 

DOTBTSHAM v. ALEXAXDRIA, 9 WaU, 

Supreme Court; writs of error 
to State courts; the "highest court 
of a State." a 
DOWNS, MASSLNGILIi t. See Massingill d. Downs. 
DOWS v. CHICAGO, 11 W^aU. 109. 



104, Warren Co. v Marcy 
102, Daviess Co. v. Hui- 
dekoper. 



a 22 H. 108, Bank v. Neal. 



659. 



a 23 Wall. 306, Gregory v McVeigh 



Equity; jurisdiction to restrain 
collection of a tax. a 



a 15 Wall. 549, Hanniwinkle c. 
Georgetown. 

a 92 U. S. 89, Clieatham v. U. S. 

a 92 S. U. 613, St. R. R. Tax Cas. 
DOWS, MTJIXER T. See MuUer v. Dows. 
DOX V. POSTMASTER-GENERAi, 1 P. 318. 

U, S.; liability for torts and acts a 8 H. 101, U. S. v. Buchanan, 
of its oflScers. a a 8 Wall. 274, Gibbons «. (J. S. 

a 18 Wall. 663, Jones v. U. S. 
DOZIER, BAXLET V. See Bailey v. Dozier. 
DRAKE, EDMONSTON v. See Edmonston v. Drake. 

DRAKE, I.ATHROP v. See Ijatlirop v. Drake. 
DRAKEtET v. GREGG, 8 WaU. 848. 

Verdict ; when the court can di- i as 95 U. S. 266, Ins. Co. v. Rodel. 
rect. a \ 

DREDGE V. FORSYTH, 9 Bl. 564. 

Illinois land titles; Peoria lots; a 2 Bl. 573, Kellogg u Forsyth, 
limitations, a b 93 U. S. 556, Stanton vEmbrey. 

Bills of exceptions, b b 102 U. S. 354, Hunnicutt v. Pey- 

ton. 
DREVILLE, W^AXKER v. See 'Walker v. Dreville. 
DREW, TA€P V. See Taupr. Drew. 
DROGAN, .HOBART t. See Hobart v. Drogan. 
DROMGOOLE V. FAB. AND MER. BANK, 8 H. 843. 

U. S. courts ; suits by assignees ; 
sec. 11 of judiciary aat. a 
Rule of decision. 6 

DBUMMOND V. MAGRUDER, 9 Cr. 

Evidence ; exhibits may be I 
■ proved by parol testimony, a | 



a 6 H. 36, Bank U. S. v. 

b 18 H. 517, Watson v. Tarpley. 



as 6 Wli. 557, Kerr v. Watts. 



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DBUMMOND T. PBESTMAN, 13 Wb. 

Griiaraiity. a 

Statute of frauds ; agreement to 
pay debt of another, b 

DBURY V. CROSS, 7 Wall. 299. 

Corporations; directors, a 

DUBOIS V. HEPBCBN, 10 P. 17. 

'I'axes ; construction of act for 
redemption of land from tax sale ; 
offer to pay the tax. a 

DUBOIS, TOME V. See Tome v. Dubois. 

DUBUQUE, GEtPCKE v. See Gelpcke v. Dubuque. 

DUBUQUE & PACIFIC B. B. CO., EX PABTE, 1 Wall. 73. 

a 7 Wall. 272, Litchfield v. K. 

LITCHFIEtD, 83 H. 83. 

a 5 Wall. 687, Walcott v. 



Supreme Court ; mandate, a 

DUBUQUE & PACIFIC E. B. CO. v. 

Land grant to Iowa in aid of rail- 
roads of tracts along the Des Moines 
Eivor. a 

Grants by the government con- 
strued against grantee, b 



DUCAT T. CHICAGO, 10 WaU. 415. 

Corporations; rights in other 
States, a 

DUDLEY, BANK OF HAMILTON v. 
DUFAU V. COUPBEY, 6 P. 170. 

Pleading ; immaterial issues. 



, 515. 

a 7 P. 114, Douglas ». Reynolds. 

6 1 H. ISO, Cell V. Bruen. 

a 92 U. S. S92, Smeltzer v. White. 

a 91 U. S. 589, Oil Co. v. Marbury. 



a 12 P. 374, Hepburn v. Dubois. 
a 10 Wall. 475, Corbett v. Nutt. 
a 102 U. S. 657, Barrett v. Holmes. 



E. 



Des 



Moines Co. 

a 17 Wall. 147, Williams u. Baker. 

b 92 U. S. 740, R. E. Co. v. U. S. 

a 101 U. S. 763, Wolsey v. Chap- 
man. 

a 101 U. S. 774, Litchfield v. Web- 
ster Co. 



a 20 Wall. 457,. Ins. Co. v. Morse. 
a 94 U. S. 540, Doyle v. Ins. Co. 

See Bank of Hamilton v. Dudley. 



a i a 7 H. 714, Townsend v. Jennison. 

DUGAN, EX PABTE, 3 WaU. 134. 

Sup. Court ; habeas corpus, a \ 

DUGAN V. UNITED STATES, 3 Wh. 



U.S.; power to contract; volun- 
tary and common-law bonds, a 

Commissioner of Internal Rev- 
enue ; subordinate officer of the 
Treasury. 6 

DULANY T. HODGSON, 6 Cr. 333. 

Negotiable paper; notice ; due I 
diligence; bankruptcy, o | 

DUN, McABTHUB v. See McArthur i). Dun. 
DUNBAB T. MYEBS, 94 U. S. 196. 

Patent law; what must be 
shown before patent can issue, a 

DUNCAN V. DABST, 1 H. 301. 

Sherill'; proceedings against; 

U. (S'. dourts ; State practice acts, a 

Independent of State control. 6 



a 6 Wall. 324, ex parte McCardle. 

178. 

a 5 P. 125, U. S. V. Tingey. 
a 10 P. 343, U. S. v. Bradley. 
a 11 H. 231, Cotton v. U. S. 
a 12 H. 102, Neilson v. Lagow. 
a 10 Wall. 407, U. S. v. Hodson. 
b 100 U. S. 12, Soule v. U. S. 

a 3 H. 529, Camden v. Doremus. 



a 95 U. S. 218, Eoemer v. Simon. 



a 2 H. 13, McNutt v. Bland. 

6 6 Wall. 105, Riggs v. Johnson Co. 



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DtTNCAJS^ V. JAUDON, 15 Wall. 166. 

Trustees; duty of parties to make I o 95 U. S. 579, R. R. v. Dunint. 
inquiries as to power of trustee, a \ 

DXfKDAS, MKWTS T. See Erwin v. Dundas. 
DtrNHAM, INS. CO. v. See Ins. Co. v. Dunham. 
DUNHAM V. B. ». CO., 1 "Wall. 86S. 



a 94 U. S. 387, Beall v. White. 

b 96 U. S. 671, Ketchiim v Duncan. 



Conveyances of subsequently ac- 
quired property, a 
Assignments. 6 

DUNIiAJP, HEPBURN v. See Hepburn v. Dunlap. 
DUNLAP V. MUNROE, 7 Cr. 870. 

Supreme Court ; review of find- i a 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
Ings of facts, a \ 

DUNXAJP, PEPPER V. See Pepper v. Dunlap. 
DUUN, BANK OF THE U. S. v. See Bank of the U. S. i). Dunn. 
DUNN V. CLARKE, 8 P. 1. 

U. S. courts ; citizensliip ; juris 



diction once attacliing not divested 
by subsequent events, a 

I113 unction to restrain action at 
law in tlie same court, is ancillary. & 

Substituted service, c 



a 12 P. 170, Clarlie v. Mattiiewson. 
6 24 H. 460, Freeman v. Howe, 
c 9 Wall. 811, Rubber Co. u Good- 
year. 
b 14 Wall. 81, CIn-istmas v Russell 
c 16 Wall. 195, Bank v. Turnball. 
6 22 Wall. 253, French v. Hay. 



DUNN, GAINES v. See Gaines 1>. Dunn. 
■ DUNN, INS. CO. V. See Ins. Co. v. Dunn. 
DUNN, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Dunn. 
DUNPHTT V. HaiiEINSMITH, 11 WaU. 610. 

Territorial courts; whetlier sub- la IS Wall. 653, Hornbuckle v. 
ject to equity rules, a | Toombs. 

DUPONT, SHANKS V. See Shanks 1) . Dupont. 
DUPONT V. VAJS'CE, 19 H. 171. 



General average ; jettison, a 
Affreightment ; lien of ship-own- 
er, b 



a 1 Bl. 113, Bags of Linseed. 
6 5 Wall. 494, The Eddy. 
a 9 Wall. 231, Star of Hope. 
6 9 Wall. 450, The Maggie Ham- 
moud. 



DUPUIS, ABEBCROMBIE v. See Abercromhie v. Dupuis. 
DUBANT T. ESSEX CO., 7 WaU. 107. 



Supreme Court; judgments by 
divided court, a 



a 101 U. S. 555, Durant v. Essex. 
a 102 U. S. 676, Ilartman v. Green- 
how. 



DURANT, SUPERVISORS v. See Supervisors v. Durant, 
DUROUSSEAU v. U. S., 6 Cr. 314. 

Supreme Court; appellate juris- 
diction, a 

Repeal of law conferring juris- 
diction ; pending cases, b 



a 1 Wall. 251, ex parte Vallandi- 
gliam. 

a 3 Wall. 254, Daniels u. R. R. Co. 

a 7 Wall. 512, ex parte McCardle. 

a 16 Wall. 346, Merrill v. Petty. 

a 20 Wall. 620, Murdook v. Mem- 
phis. 

a 94 U. S. 2.59, U. S. v. Young. 

6 98 U. S. 401, R. R. Co. e. Grant. 



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DtJKYEE, BUKK v. Burr v. Daryee. 

DtJBYEE, MILIiS v. See Mills v. Daryee. 

DUTCH CHURCH, HABPEKDING v. See Harpending v. Dutch Church. 

DUTTON T. STRONG, 1 Bl. 33. 

Kipai-iaii proprietors ; rights of ; 



wharves, a 



a 7Wall. 289, K.R. B. Schiirmier. 
a 10 Wall. 504, Yates v. Milwau- 
kee. 
a 21 Wall. 392, Atlee v. Packet Co 



a IB.. 246, McKenna v. Fislc. 
6 98 U. S. 59, Peters v. Bowman. 



DTTVAL V. CAIG, H "WTl. 45. 

Pleas iia abiLtemeiit. a 

Deeds ; warranty : covenants ; 
eviction. 6 
DUVAIi, ROSS V. See Boss v. Duval. 
DWIGHT, POLLARD v. See Pollard v. Dwight. 

DYER, BAIf^ or ALEXANDRIA v. See Bank of Alexandria v. Dyer. 
DYNES V. HOOVER, 30 H. 77. 



Court-martials; President ; pow- 
ers of as commander-inrchief. a 



a 



1 Wall. 254, ex parte Vallandi- 
gham. 
a 100 U. S. 21, ex parte Reed. 

EAGER, McCOtliUM v. See MoCoUum v. Eager. 

EAMES, GODFREY t. See Godfrey v. Eames. 

EARLE, BANK OF AUGUSTA v. See Bank of Augusta v. Earle. 

EARLY T. ROGERS, 16 H. 599. 

Sup. Court ; final judgments, o | a 20 H. 555, McCargo v. Cliapman. 
Accord and satisfaction, b | 6 95 U. S. 484, Brown v. Spoflford. 

EARLY, POSTMASTER-GENERAL v. See Postmaster-General v. Early. 
EAST HARTFORD v. HARTFORD BRIDGE CO., 10 H. 533. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- a 100 U. S. 55S, Newton ». Com'rs. 
tracts ; legislative control over mu- 
nicipal corporations, a 

EAST SAGINATV", SALT CO. v. See Salt Go. v. East Saginaw. 
EASTER, SWEENY v. See Sweeny v. Easter. 
EASTON, MACKEY v. See Mackey v. Easton. 
EASTON, PATTON v. See Patton v. Easton. 
EASTON V. SALISBURY, 31 H. 438. 

Missouri . titles ; Spanisli conces- 
sion and New Madrid certificate; 
reservation, a 

Patent ; void for want of power 
to issue. 6 
BATON, EVANS v. See Evans v. Eaton. 
EATON, NICHOLS V. See Nichols v. Eaton. 
ECKERT, TELLER v. Sea Teller v. Eckert. 
ECKFOKD, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Eckford. 
ECKHART, CHOUTEAU v. See Chouteau i>. Eckhart 
EDDY, THE, 5 WaU. 565. 

Affreightment ; lien of sliip-own- a 5 Wall. 555, The Bird of Para- 
er. a dise. 

Delivery, b a 1 Wall. 642, The Belfast. 

a 9 Wall. 450, Tlie Maggie Ham- 
mond, 
o 14 Wall. 596, The Delaware. 
6 95 U. S. 75, ex parte Eastou. 



a 19 Wall. 632, Mackey v. Easton. 
6 93 U. S. 216, Sherman u. Buick, 



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EDMONSON V. BtOOMSHTRE, 7 "Wall. 306. 



Supreme Court; writs of error 
and appeals ; docketing, a 



a \0 Wall. 425, U. S. v. Vigil. 
a 20 Wall. 574. Gillett v. Bullard. 
a 99 U. S. 507, Grigsby v. PurceU. 

EDMONSTON v. DBASE, 5 P. 684. 

Guaranty, a I a 7 P. 114, Douglass v. Reynolds. 

I a 12 P. 207, Adams ». Jones. 

EDKINGTON, O'KETLLY v. See O'Eeilly v. Edrington. 
EDKrVGTON, SMITH v. See Smith v. Edrington. 
EDWABD, THE, 1 Wh. 864. 

Sup. Ct.; judgments; reversal, o | a 4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 

EDWABDS, BOYCB v. See Boyce v. Edwards. 
EDWAKDS V. DAKBT, 13 Wli. 806. 



Statutes ; construction ; luiiform 
practice under, a 



a 18 Wall. 301, Atkins v. Disinte- 
grating Co. 
a 23 Wall. 382, Smythe v. Piske. 
a 95 U. S. 763, U. S. v. Moore. 
a 99 U. S. 269, U. S. v. Pugh. 

ED-WAUDS V. EIXIOTT, 81 WaU. 557. 



Constitution ; 7th amendment ; 
trial by jury applies only to courts 
of the U. S. a 

Error; waiver. 6. 



a 92 U. S. 92, Walker «. Sauvinet 
a 95 U. S. 296, Pearson u.Yewdall 
6 97 U. S. 583, Nowcomb v. Wood 
6 102 U. S. 574, Wilson uMcNamee 



ED"WAKDS, HUGHES v. See Hughes v. Edwards. 
EDWARDS T. KEABZET, 96 r. S. 695. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- \a 96 U. S. 637, Brine v. Ins. Co. 
tracts; remedy, a I a 102 U. S. 419, Danielsw. Tearney 

EGEKT, LEAGUE v. See League v. Egery. 

EIGHTT-EOUK BOXES OF SUGAB, U. S. v. _See U. S. v. 84 Boxes of Sugar. 

EtDKED V. BANKS, 17 "Wall. 651. 

Judgments ; bar of ; appearance ; I a 20 Wall. 8, Hablch v. Folger. 
jurisdiction, a I a 20 Wall. 13, Creighton v. Kerr. 

EliDBED, MASON T. See Mason v. Eldred. 

ELDBED, MICHIGAN BANK. v. See Michigan Bank v. Eldred. 

ELGEE COTTON CASE, 88 "Wall. 180. 

Sales of personal property ; when | a 100 U. S. 136, Hatch v. Oil Co. 
title passes, a 1 

ELIASON V. HENSHA-W, 4 Wh. 885. 

Sale ; conclusion of contract, a I a 14 P. 77, Can- v. Duval. 

Contract by mail, b I 6 9 H. 388, Tayloe v. Ins. Co. 

ELIASON, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Eliason. 
ELMCOTT V. FEABIi, 10 P. 438. 



Entry under color of title co- 
extensive with the bounds of the 
deed, a 

Hearsay evidence ; boundaries, b 
ELLIOTT, CONNEB v. See Conner v. Elliott. 
ELLIOTT, EDWABDS v. See Edwards v. Elliott. 



a 10 Wall. 532, Brobst v. Brock. 
b 102 U. S. 363, Hunnicutt?; Peyton 



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340. 



EtMOTT V. PBIBSOLl, 1 P, 

Jiu'isdictioii. a 

Kentucky ; acknowledgment and 
recording deeds. 6 

Setting aside judgments after 
terra, c 

Evidence ; impeaching witness b}' 
evidence of declarations made pre- 
viously, d 

"Functus officio." e 

Depositions; section 30 of the 
judiciarj' act. f 



ELMOTT, PEEBSOIiL v. 

ELLIOTT V. SWAKXOUT, 10 P. 137, 

Eeeovery back of illegal taxes; 
suit against collector, a 

Construction of acts imposing 
duties. 6 

VVtiethcr article imported is 
known by the name given it in the 
tai-ill', is a question foi' the jury. 6 

Removal of suits against collect- 
ors, c 



a 10 P. 469, Voorhees v. BankU. S. 
a 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 
a 13 P. 509, Wilcox v. Jackson, 
a 2 H. 335, Grignon v. Astor. 
b 3 H. G43, Davies v. Fairbairn. 
a 3 H. 756, Hickey v. Stewart, 
c 6 H. 36, Bank U. S. v. Moss, 
a 8 H. 531, Williamson v. Berry, 
d 11 H. 490, Conrad v. Griffey. 
e 18 H. 21, Kissell u. Pnb. Schools. 
a 18 H. 497, Beauregard v. N. Orl. 
/ll Wall. 669, Cook v. Burnley. 
a 18 Wall. 467, Tliompson v. Whit- 
man. 
See Peirsoll v. Elliott. 



ELLIS, PARISH V. See Parish v. Ellis. 
ELLISON, WBIGHT v. See Wright v. Ellison. 
ELLZEY, HEPBUKN v. See Hepburn v. EUzey. 
ELMENDOEJT v. TATLOE, 10 'Wh. 167. 

Parties, a 



a 13 P. 265, Bend v. Hoyt. 
6 3 H. 108, Curtis k. Martin. 
a 3 H. 239, Cary v. Curtis. 
a 4 H. 331, Kanlcin v. Hoyt. 
6 7 H. 790, Lawrence v. Albn. 
c 5 Wjill. 542, Ins. Co. v. Eitdiic. 
a 5 Wall. 732, Pliila. v. Collector. 
a 7 Wall. 128, Nicliols v. U. S. 
a 12 Wall. 209, State Ton. Tax Ca.5. 
a 22 Wall. 639, Builev v. E. E. Co. 
6 91 U. S. 363, Arthur jj. Cummin;! 
a 92 U. S. 451, Barney v. Watson. 
6 92 U. S. 470, Tyng v. Grinnpll. 
b 96 U. S. Ill, Arthui' J). Morrison. 
a 97 U. S. 186, Lamborn v. Com'is 
a 98 U. S. 544, E. E Co. v. Com'rs 



Limitations of suits in equity; 
stale claims, b 

State courts; decisions; whenU. 
S. courts should follow, c 



ELiaOBE V. 

Nonsuit. 



GRTMES, 1 P. 

a 



469. 



ELlffWOOD V. MAKCY, 93 U. S. 889, 

^ U. S. courts; obligatory force of 
State decisions, a 

Municipal railroad bonds; notice 
of election ; power to subscribe, b 



a 12 Wh. 194. Mallow v. Hiude. 

b 5 P. 486, Peyton v. Stith. 

6 6 P. 61, Miiler v. Mclntyrc. 

c 6 P. 291, Green v. Neal. 

6 10 P. 180, Boon v. Cliiles. 

c 4 H. 51, Beals v. Hale, 

c 4 H. 370, Foxcroft v. Mallett. 

a 8 H. 409, West v. Smith. 

a 17 H. 137, Sliields v. Barrow. 
c 100 U. S. 52, Fairfield v. Gallatin 

a 6 P. 60S, Crane v. Morris. 
a 14 H. 219, Silsby v. Foote. 
a 23 H. 183, Castle v. Bullard. 
a 1 Wall. 369, Schuchardtj). Allen 
a 18 Wall. 250, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 

a 94 U. S. 257, East Oakland v. 

Skinner. 
b 101 U. S. 127, Eoberts v. BoUcs. 



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ELSESEHB, THE, 1 Wh. 439. 

Sup. Ct. ; transcript of record, a [ a 100 U. S. 230, Craig v. Smith. 
ELY, BAXDWTN t. See Baldwin o. Ely. 
ELY, RUSSELL v. See Russell v. Ely. 
EMBREY, STANXON v. See Stanton v. Embrey. 
EMERSON V. HALL, 13 P. 409. 

Insolvency ; whether claims 1 a 16 P. 224, Mihior v. Metz. 
sisainst U. S. pass to assignee, a ' 

EMERSON, HOGG v. See Hogg v. Emerson. 
EMERSON, SLATER v. See Slater v. Emerson. 
EMERSON V. SLATER, 33 H. 48. 

Statnte o£ irauds; written con- 
tract ; modification bj"^ subsequent 
parol agreement, a 

Consideration of contracts ; mu- 
tual promises. 6 



a 9 Wall. 271, Swain v. Seamens. 
a 10 Wall. 383, E.R. Co. u. Trimble 
a 14 Wall. 603, The Delaware. 
6 94 U. S. 83, Storm v. U. S. 
a 96 U. S. 689, Hawkins v. U. S. 

EMIGRANT CO. T. "WRIGHT CO., 97 tJ. S. 339. 

Swamp lands ; grants to the \a 97 U. S. 846, Martin v. Marks. 
States, a \aWO U. S. 63, Emi. Co. v. Adams 

EMILY Al<m CAROLINE, THE. See The Caroline. 

EMORY, CHILDRESS v. See Childress i). Emory. 

EMPIRE V. DAHLINGTON, 101 TJ. S. 87. 



a 101 U. S. 413, Livingston Co. v. 
Darlington. 



Municip.al bonds in aid of rail- 
roads; bondholders not parties to 
suit are not concluded by decree 
pronouncing bonds void, a 
ENGLEBRBCHT, CLINTON v. See Clinton v. Englebrecht. 
ENGLISH V. EOXALL, 3 P. 599. 

Equity; allegata and probata a 10 P. 200, Boon «. Chiles, 
must agree, a & 17 H. 455, Stevens v. Gladding. 

Prayer for general relief. 6 6 10 Wall. 86, Texas v. Harden- 

berg. 
6 96 U. S. 615, Hayward v. Bank. 
ENREQUIST, MOREWOOD V. See Morewood v. Enrequist. 
ERIE CO., DOBBINS v. See Dobbins u. Erie Co. 
ERIE R. R. CO. T. PENNSYLVAJSIA, 31 WaU. 493. 

Kailroads ; taxation of . a \ a 92 U. S. 611, State R.E. Tax Cas. 

ERSKINE T. HOHNBACH, 14 WaU. 613. 

Ministerial officers; liability as I a 15 Wall. 675, HafBn m. Mason, 
trespassers, a \ 

ERSKINE V. MILTFATIKEE R. R., 94 IT. S. 619. 

Internal revenue ; t.ax on divi- | a 99 U. S. 575, Elliott v. E. E. Co. 
dends and interest paid ; penalties, a \ 

ERSKINE V. VAN ARSDALE, 15 Wall. 75. 

Taxes ; recovery back of taxes, a | a 98 U. S. 545, E. E. v. Com'rs. 

EEWIN V. DUNDAS, 4 H. 68. 



Executions ; death of debtor, a 



a 13 H. 290, Taylor v. Doe. 
a 2 Wall. 317, Eansom «.Williaras. 
a 4 Wall. 242, Mitchell v. St. Max- 
ent. 



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EBWIN V. LOWBY, 7 H. 173. 

Conflict of jurisdiction between 
State and Federal courts, a 

Presumptions in favor of juris- 
diction, b 

.Slip. Ct. ; release of errors, c 

ERWIN V. U. S., 97 U. S. 398. 

Bankruptcy ; assignment ; claims 
against U. S. a 

Assignment of claims against the 
U. S. ; act of 1853. 6 

ESIiAVA, DOE V. See Doe v. Eslava. 

KSIiAVA, MOBHiB v. See Mobile v. Eslava. 

ESPY V. BANK OF CINCDOfATI, 18 WaU. 604. 

Negotiable paper ; acceptance, o | a 94 U. S. 345, Bank o. Whitman. 

ESSEX CO., DtJKANT v. See Durant r. Essex Co. 
ESTHO V. L.EAB, 7 P. 130. 

Will of General Kosciusko, a | a 8 P. 71, Armstrong o. Lear. 



a 14 H. 372, Peale v. Phipps. 
6 n Wall. 301, Miller v. U. S. 
c 93 U. S. 154, O'Hara v. McCon- 
uell. 



a 99 U. S. 305, Phelps u. McDon- 
ald. 

6 102 U. S. 558, Goodman v. Nib- 
lack. 



I a 4 Wh. 501, The Nnestra Senora. 



ESTBEIiliA, THE, 4 WU. 298. 

Prize ; neutral court, a 

ETXING V. BANK OF U. S., 11 Wb. 

Supreme Court ; divided court, a 

Error; instructions to jury. 6 

Written instruments ; wlien in- 
ferences of fact must be left to the 
jury, c 

Corporations ; liability for false 
representation of agent, d 

EVANS V. EATON, 3 Wh. 454. 

Patents for hopper-boj' ; infringe- 
ment, a 

Evidence ; interested witness. 6 

Error ; charge of court ; province 
of jury, c 

Speciflcations ; patents, d 

Construction of patent laws, e, 

EVANS V. GEE, 11 P. 81. 

Negotiable paper ; blank indorse- 
ments, a 

Want of proper citizenship to sue 
in U. S. courts ; how raised. 6 

Assignees; 11th sec. of judiciary 
net. c 

Demurrers; pleading over, d 

EVANS V. HETTICH, 7 Wh. 435. 

Patents ; the specification, a | a 6 H. 477, Hogg v. Emerson. 

EVANS V. PHILMPS, 4 Wh. 73. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a | a 11 H. 28, U. S. v. Girault. 



3 H. 424, Bridge Co. v. Stewart 
11 H. 158, U. S. V. Morgan. 
21 H. 168, Barreda ». Silsby. 
21 H. 211, K. R. V. Quigley. 

7 Wall. 112, Durant v. Essex. 
17 Wall. 142, Goddard v. Foster. 
20 Wall. 162, Ins. Co.w. Baring, 
c 101 U. S. 270, West v. Smith. 

a 7 Wh. 424, Evans v. Eaton. 
6 7 Wh. 468, Evans v. Hettich. 
.c 4 H. 123, Gerard v. Reynolds. 
d 6 H. 477, Hogg v. Emerson, 
e 14 H. 547, Bloomer u.McQue wan. 
d 15 H. 214, Brooks «. Fiske. 



a 14 P. 
a 5H. 
& 7H. 
c 13 H. 
6 21H. 
d93U. 



1, Evans v. G«e. 
288, Phillips v. Preston. 
215, Smith ». Kernoehen. 
186, Coffee ». Bank. 
214, R. R. Co. V. Quigley. 
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EWTNG V. BtJKNETT, 11 P. 51. 

Land titles ; possession ; aban- 
doutnent ; legal presumption of 
rightful title ; custom and usage, a 

Limitations ; possession. 6 

Color of title ; adverse posses- 
sion, c 

Ouster, d 



a 32' P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 

6 16 P. 511, Watkius v. Holman. 

6 15 H. 327, Anderson v. Boclv. 

c IS H. 52, Wright v. Mattison. 

d 2 Wall. 349, Harvey JJ. Tyler. 

d 14 Wall. 146, Armstrong v. Mor- 
rill. 

c 99 U. S. 167, Harris u. McGovern 
EWING, CrARRIXT v. See Garrltyu. Ewing, 

EWING, PIEDMONT INS. CO. v. See Piedmont Ins. Co. v. Ewing. 
EXCHANGE, THE, v. MoFADON, 7 Cr. 139. 



Immunity of public property of 
foreign sovereigns, a 

Passage of foreign troops through 
a State; cession of jurisdiction. 6 



a 1 Wh. 252, The Invincible. 

a 7 Wh. 334, The Santissima 
Trinidad. 

6 97 U. S. 515, Coleman v. Tenn. 

6 100 y. S. 165, Dow V. Johnson. 
EXCHANGE BANK, KNOX -v. See Knox v. Exchange Bank. 
EXPERIMENT, tHE, 8 Wli. 861. 

Blockade ; violation of. a | a 7 Wall. 360, The Diana. 

EXPRESS CO. V. KOUNTZ, 8 WaU. 343. 



a 10 Wall. 331, Jones v. Andrews. 
6 16 Wall. 516, Tweed's Case, 
c 17 Wall. 375, R. B. v. Lockwood 
d 20 Wall. 454, Ins. Co. v. Morse. 
d 99 U. S. 198, Exp. Co. v. E. R. 



U. S. courts ; how citizenship 
must be shown, a 

Instructions to the jury. 6 

Common ciirriers; negligence, c 

Citizenship of corporations, d 
EXPRESS CO., VERMILYB v. See Vermilye d. Express Co. 
ETKE V. POTTER, 15 H. 56. 

Equity ; relief ; when cross-bill 
necessary, a 
Fraud ; how alleged. 6 



ETSER, TEIiEGRAPH CO. v. 
ETSTEB V. GAFF, 9 TJ. S. 531. 

Bankruptcy; jurisdiction of the 
State courts ; to what extent afifect- 
ed by the bankrupt act. a 



a 10 Wall. 303, R. R. v. Bradlej's. 
b 14 Wall. 335, French v. Shoe- 
maker. 
6 16 Wall. 29, Voorhees v. Bone- 
steel. 
See Telegraph Co. v. Eyser. 



a 92 U. S. 182, Burbank o.Bigelow 
a 93 U. S. 134, Claflin v Houseman 
a 94 U. 8. 737, Jerome v. McCarter 
a 95 U. S. 59, McHenry v. Soci^t^. 



EAIBBAIRN, DAVIESS v. See DaTiess v. Fairbairn. 
FATRFAX V. FAIRFAX, 5 Cr. 19. 

Administi-ators ; plea of plene 
administravit. a 
Co-executors; liability. 6 

FAIRFAX V. HUNTER, 7 Cr. 603. 

Construction of the treaty of 
peace with England, 1783 ; escheat 
and forfeiture of lands of Lord 
Fairfax, a 

Aliens ; inquest of office. 6 



a 8 Wh. 675, Siglar v. Haywood. 
h 14 P. 166, Edmunds v. Cranshaw 
a 93 U. S. 43, Smith v. Chapman. 



1 Wh. 323, Martin ». Hunter. 
3 Wh. 594, Craig v. Radford. 

8 Wh. 480, Sou. V. NewHaven. 
3 P. 242, Shanks v. Diipont. 

14 P. 128, Rnnyan v. Coster. 
5 H. 260, Taylor v. Bcnham . 
5 Wall. 268, U. S. v. Repctigny 

9 Wall. 336, Bennett v. Hunter 
96 U. S. 289, Conrad v. Waplcs. 
98 U. S. 628, Bank v. Mathews. 



6 100 U. S. 484, Hauenstein u Lyn- 
ham. 



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FATRriELD v. GAlIiATIN, 100 U. S. 47. 



a 101 U. S. 686, Douglass v. Pike. 



U. S. courts; when tliey will 
not oliange their decisions in order 
to conform to those of the State 
courts, a 

FAI.CON, THE, OtNET v. See OIney u. The Falcon. 
FANNIE, THE, 11 "WaU. 838. 

Collision ; steamers and sailing I a 15 Wall. 679, The Lucille, 
vessels, a \ 

EAirarryG v. gkbgoike, le h. 534. 

Ferry grants; exclusive rights; i a 23 H. 437, Minturn u. Larue, 
construction in favor of the public. a\a 1 Bl. 630, Conway v. Taylor. 
FANT, PIEASANTS v. See Pleasants ■0. Fant. 
FARMERS' BANK, BEASTON v. Beaston v. Farmers' Bank. 
FARMERS AND MECH. BANK v. DEERrNG, 91 U. S. 81. 



Constitution ; " supreme law of 
the land." 6 

States have no authority over 
proceedings of the U. S. courts. 6 

Usury, c. 



a 95 U. S, 685, FarringtonwTenn. 
6 98 U. S. 490, U. S. v. Thompson 
c 98 U. S. 558, Barnet ». Bank, 
c 100 U. S. 250, Gates u. Bank. 



FARMERS AND MECH. BANK, DROMGOOtB v. See Dromgoole v. F and 

M. Bank. 
FARMERS AND MECH. BANK, GAIXHER v. See Gaitlier d. F. and M. Bank. 
FARMERS AND MECH. BANK v. SMITH, 6 Wh. 131. 

Constitution ; validity of State I a 6 H. 318, Bank ii. Sharp, 
insolvent laws, a \ 

FARMERS AND MER. BANK, KEAKT v. See Keary v. F. and M. Bank. 
FARNET v. TOIVXE, 1 Bl. 351. 

Supreme Court ; writs of error i a 21 Wall. 550, Edwards v. Elliott, 
to State courts; Federal question, a \ 

FARNSWORTH v. MOT. AND PAC. R. K., 98 U. S. 49. 

Land grants by Congress to rail- I o 97 U. S. 218, McMicken v. U. S. 
roads ; forfeiture of grants, a \ 

FAKRAGTJT, THE, 10, WaU. 337. 

Collision ; loolwuts. a 
Lights. 6 



FARRAR X. U. S., 5 P. 373. 

Official bonds ; sureties, a 



a 23 Wall. 177, The Sea Gull. 

h 92 U. S. 36, The City of W. 

a 92 U. S. 436, The America. 



a 10 P. 343, U. S. «. Bradley. 
a 15 P. 374, U. S. u. Boyd. 
a IH. 104, U. S. «. Linn, 
a 12 H. 163, Ivesj). Bank. 

FARRINGTON v. TENNESSEE, 95 U. S. 679. 

Corporations ; shares, a | a 96 U. S. 196, Dewing v Perdicaries 

FARWEM,, DONALDSON v. See Donaldson ■«. Farwell. 
FARWELt, IMBUSCH v. See Imbusoli ■!,. FarweU. 
FASHNACHT V. FRANK, 33 Wall. 419. 

U. S. courts ; removals, a | a 94 U. S. 651, Lowe u. WiIIiam=. 

FATIO, tJ. S. V. SeeU. S. o. Fatio. 
FAW V. MARSTELLER, 3 Cr. 38. 

Payments ; what an obligation to ( a 12 Wall. 548, Legal Tender Ca^. 
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TAW V. ROBERDEAU, 3 Cr. 174. 

Supreme Court; writ of error; 
. agreed ease, a 

Statute of limitations; "beyond 
seas." 6 



a 16 P. 296, U. S. v. Bliason. 
a 20 H. 434, Snydam v. Williamson 
a 18 Wall. 249. Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
6 97 U. S. 637, Davie v. Briggs. 



FEAKSON, MASON v. See Mason v. Fearson. 
FEAKSON, NTCHOI.I.S v. See NiehoUs v. Fearson. 
FEDBBT, BEARD v. See Beard «. Federy. 
FEI-IOWS V. BiACKSMTTH, 19 H. 366. 

Indians ; removal of ; reserva- | a 21 II. 368, New York c. Dibble, 
tions. a \a 5 Wall. 770, The N. Y. Indians. 

! a 17 Wall. 242, Holden v. Joy. 

FBMON, TEAT. v. See Teal v. Felton. 
FEIOf T. HOLME, 31 H. 483. 



LT. S. conrts ; ejectment will not 
lie on equitable title, a 

Power of Congress in the dispo- 
sition of the public land cannot be 
obstructed by State legislation, b 



a 23 H. 249, Hooper v. Scheimer. 
a 24 H. 425, Sheerburn v. De Cor- 
dova. 
a 1 Bl. 346, Clagett v. Kilbourne. 
b 13 Wall. 104, Gibsqti w. Chouteau 



FENN", MYERS v. See Myers v. Fenn. 

FENNO, VEAZEE BANK v. See Teazie Bank v. Fenno. 

FENWTICK V. CHAPMAN, 9 P. 466. 



Wills ; legacies ; executors, a 

District of Columbia; decisions 
of Maryland courts construing stat- 
utes. ?) 

FENWTtCK T. SEARS, 1 Cr. 859. 

Administrator; suits in State I 
other than where appointed, a \ 

FERGUSON, TUCKER v. See Tucker v. Ferguson. 
FERNANDEZ, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Fernandez. 
FEBAET, U. S. v. See U. S. ■o. Ferary. 
FERRBIRA, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Ferreira. 
FERBY CO., ST. I/OUIS V. See St. Louis v. Ferry Co. 
FERTILIZING CO. T. HYDE PARK, 97 U. S. 659. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; State grants ; construction 
against grantee, a 

FIEDLER, CUSTIS T. See Custis v. Fiedler. 
FIELD V. HOLLAND, 6 Cr. S. 

Application of payments, a 
Equity ; reference to master. 
Issues at law. c 



a 1 H. 147, U. S. Bank v. Bevely. 
6 5 H. 78, Miller v. Herbert. 



a 15 P. 4, Vaughan v. Northup. 
a 9 Wall. 400, Koonan v. Lee. 



a 100 U. S. 561, Newton o. Com'rs. 



a 5 P. 304, Page b. Patton. 
6 20 Wall. 322, Memphis v. Brown, 
c 92 U. S. 694, Garsed v. Beall. 
a 04 U. S. 439, Bank v. Bank. 



FIELD V. SEABURY, 19 H. 334. 

Land titles ; patent ; how far 
conclusive at law. a 

Its effect cannot be controlled by 
State courts. 6 



a 20 H. 265, Spenser v. Lapslev. 

a 3 Wall. 238, Tei-ritory v. Lock- 
wood. 

a 9 Wall. 798, Rubber Co.!). Good- 
year. 



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a 7 H. 844, U. S. v. King. 
a 13 H. 195, Weems v. George. 
a 17 H. 195, Arthui-s v. Hart. 
6 9 Wall. 431, Flanders v. Tweed, 
c 98 U. S. 490, U. S. v. Thompson. 



FIELD V. U. S., 9 P. 208. 

Waiver of jury ; objections to ad- 
mission of evidence ; bill of excep- 
tions, a 

Lonisiima; writs of error from 
Supreme Court U. S. b 

Bule of decision, c 
FIXES, POLLABD v. See Pollard v. Files. 
FTLOB V. U. S., 9 WaU. 48. 

U. S. ; liability for seizures dur- 1 a 13 Wall. 631, U. S. v. Bussell. 
ing the civil war. a \ 

EILLEBBOWN, V. S. v. See U. S. v. Fillebrown. 
FINCH, UNIVERSITY v. See UniYersity ii. Finch. 
FINCH, LAFAYETTE INS. CO. v. See Lafayette Ins. Go. u. Finch. 
FINDLEY, BUCKNEB v. See Buckner v. Findley. 
FINLAY M. KING, 3 P. 346. 

Wills; conditions subsequent, a a 8 P. 326, King ». Mitchell. 

Jury; province of. h 6 12 P. 374, Hepburn w. Dubois. 

Estate to vest at earliest possi- a 14 H. 496, Webster v. Cooper, 
ble moment; contingent remain- a 15 H. 400, McDonough v. Mur- 
ders, c ' doch. 

c 6 Wall. 475, Doe v. Consedine. 

FINIEY V. BANK OF THE U. S., 11 Wh. 306. 

Mortgages ; foreclosur'e ; par- I a 14 H. 32, Hagaii v. Walker, 
ties, a I 

FINIiEY, GAMiOWAY v. See Galloway v. Fin^^y. 
FINI.EY V. lYNN, 6 Cr. 838. 

Supreme Court ; decrees of. a 



Equity ; jurisdiction ; mistakes. 6 



a 19 H. 165, Dupont de Nemours v. 

Vance. 
a 11 Wall. 227, May v. Leclaire. 
b 98 tr. S. 83, Ivinson v. Button. 

FINLEY V. WHiUAMS, 9 Cr. 165. 

Land titles; when courts of I a 13 Wall. 86, Johnson «. Towsley. 
equity will go behind the patent, a \ 
FIBMAN, BCBNHISEIi v. See Burnhisel v. Finnan. 

FIBST MUNICIPAXITY, PEBMOLI v. See Pfermoli v. First Municipality. 
FISHEB, BLIGHT v. See U. S. v. Fisher. 
FISHEB, BEADLEY v. See Bradley v. Fisher. 
FISHEB M. COCKEBELI., 5 P. 856. 

Supreme Court ; writs of error to a 10 P. 391, Crowell v. Eandell. 
State courts ; how the Federal ques- a 13 P. 155, Reed u. Marsh, 
tion must appear.^.; a a 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 

Record ; what is so considered. 6 a 15 H. 2U7, Kanouse v. Martin. 

6 16 Wall. 398, Burke v. Smith. 
FISHEB, HAEDEN v. See Harden v. Fisher. 
FISHEB, HEMMENWAY v. See Hemmenway u. Fisher. 
FISHEB, liOCISIANA, THE v. See Loaisiana, The, v. Fisher. 
FISHEB, BUTHBEFOED v. See Rutherford «. Fisher. 
FISHEE, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Fisher. 
FISK, McKENNA v. See McKenna v. Fislc. 
FISK, U. S. V. See U. S. o. I'isk. 
FISIU5, BBOOKS T. See Brooks v. Fiske. 
FISKE, SMYTHE v. See Smythe v. Fiske. 

FITZHUGH, GENESEE CHIEF v. See Genesee Chief v. Fitzhugh. 
FITZHCGH, PBATT v. See Pratt v. Fitzhugh. 
FITZPATBICK, LEVY v. See Levy v. Fitzpatrick. 



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riTZSIMMONS -v. OGDEN, 7 Cr. 1. 

Equity ; where equities are even, I a 10 P. 200, Boon v. Chiles, 
the lirst in time first in riglit. a I 
FLA>T)ERS, BIAH. CO. V. See Mail Co. u. Flanders. 
ri-ASODEKS V. TWEED, 9 Wall. 485. 

Trials without jury ; waiver of 
jury; finding oi facts, a 

Eevievv of by Supreme Court, b 

Power of courts over their judg- 
ments after writ of error, u 



FLECKNEK V. 



a 12 Wall. 282, Kearney v. Case. 
a 16 AVall. 514, Tweed's Case. 
b 17 Wall. 411, Reed v. Gardner. 
6 18 Wall. 252, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
6 21 Wall. 160, Ins. Co. v. Sea. 
c 21 Wall. 552, Edwards v. Elliott, 
c 91 U. S. 251, Muller v. Ehlers. 
6 93 U. S. 81, Ryan v. Carter. 

BANK OF V. S., 8 WIl. 338. 



a 9 P. 393, Bank v. Waggener. 

b 14 P. 27, Bank v. Guttsclilack. 

6 6 H. 318, Plant. B'k v. Sharp. 

c 19 H. 318, Ins. Co. v. Ins. Co. 

c 21 H. 360, U. S. u. Bank of Col. 

d 5 Wall. 781. Superv'sw. Schenk. 

c 10 Wall. 650, Bank v. Banli. 

e 92 U. S. 128, Bank v. Bank. 
riEEGEB, POOI.E V. See Poole v. rieeger. 
IXEaUNG V. PAGE, 9 H. 614. 



Bank of the U. S.; construction 
of its charter; usury, a 

Corporations; contracts not un- 
der seal, b 

Agents; authority, c 

Ratification, d 

Banks ; power to deal in stocks, e 



Character of the late' civil war; 
de facto government, a 



a 8 Wall. 10, ThoringtonwSmith 
a 15 Wall. 447, Hannauer v. Wood- 
ruff. 

IXETCHEK, DATENPOKT t. See Davenport v. Fletcher. 

FLETCHER V. PECK, 6 Cr. 138. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
ti-acts ; provision extends to con- 
tracts in which a State is a party, a 

A charter is a contract, b 

Definition of a contract, c 

Title of Indians to lands, d 

Constitutionality of a law should 
be decided in afiirmative in doubt- 
ful case. « 

Legislative powers; limits. /' 

Ex post facto laws, ff 

Title by grant, h 

Retrospective laws, i 

Supreme Court ; amendment of 
transcript, j 



a 7 Cr. 164, New Jersey D.Wilson. 
6 4 Wh. 624, Dar. Col. v Woodward 
c 8 Wh. 69, Green v. Biddle. 
d 8 Wh. 571, Johnson v. Molntosli. 
a 12 Wh. 117, Williams v. Norris. 
e 12 Wh. 293, Ogden v. Saunders. 
/ 2 P. 407, SatterleewMatthewsou 
6 4 P. 559, Prov. Bank v. Billings. 
6 6 P. 691, U. S. V. Arredondo. 
^ 8 P. 108, Watson v. Mercer. 
b 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 
d 13 P. 200, Clark v. Smith, 
a 6 H. 331, Bank v. Sharp. 
h 9 H. 467, Doe v. Mobile. 
i 10 H. 396, R. R. Co. v. Nesbit. 
a 16 I-I. 376, Banku. Knoop. , 
g 17 H. 461, Carpenter v. Penn. 
j 18 H. 534, Hudgins v. Kemp. 
6 1 Bl. 374, Rice v. R. E. Co. 
g 4 Wall. 322, Cummings v. Mis'ri 
a 4 Wall. 548, Van Hotfman v. 

Quincy. 
g 9 Wall. 38, Gut v. The State. 
e 12 Wall. 531, Legal Tender Cas. 
fl3 Wall. 213, Ponn. College Cas. 
6 15 Wall. 489, Miller v. State. 
6 16 Wall. 232, Davis v. Gray, 
p 9/ D. S. 384, Burgess v. Salmon. 
e 101 U. S. 410, Livingston Co. v. 

Darlington. 



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FLEPPIN, EX PAKTE, 94 TJ. S. 

Supreme Court ; mandamus. 



3S0. 

a I 



FXORrDA V. GEORGIA, 17 H. 478. 

Supreme Court; original jiins- 
diotion ; political questions, a 

IXOKINTINE V. BARTON, 9 Wall. 

.Jnripdiot.ion ; Probate Courts, a 
Void and voidable judgments. 6 



a 08 U. S. 241, ex parte Sehwab. 
a 102 U. S. 186, ex parte Perry. 



I a 6 VV.ill. 73, Georgia v. Stanton. 
I a 11 Wall. 54, Virginia v. West Va. 
sio. 

a 3 Wall. 406, Comstock v. Craw- 
ford. 

6 10 Wall. 316, Cooper e. Reynolds 

IXOYD ACCEPTANCES, THE, 7 WaU. 676. 



Negotiable paper; agents, a 
U. S.; rights, when party to such 
paper, b 

FOLEY V. HARRISON, 15 H. 433. 

Land titles from U. S.; when acts 
of executive offlcers conclusive, a 

Grants to the States ; when legal 
title vests. 6 

EOIiET, PORTER v. 



a 10 Wall. 683, Marsh v. Fulton Co. 
6 91 U. S. 390, Cooke w. U. S. 



a 18 H. 284, Murray v. Hoboken Co 
a 9 Wall. 798, Rubber Co. v Good- 
year. 
6 91 U. S. 333, Shepley v. Cowan. 
See Porter v. Foley. 



FOIiGER, HABICH v. See Habich «. Folger. 
FOLSOM, INS. CO. V. See Ins, Co. v. Folsom. 
FONTAIN V. RAVENAX, 17 H. 388. 

Charities ; parens patrim. a | o 95 U. S. 310, Ould v. Hospital. 
FOOTE, SUSBY v. See Silsby u. Foote. 
FORBES V. GRACE, 94 U. S. 768. 

Mining rights ; act of 1866. a [ a 101 U. S. 276 ; Broder v. Water. 
FORBES, U. S. V. See U. S. i>. Forbes. 
FORD, OEI.RICKS v. See Oelricks d. Ford. 
FORD, STOCKTON v. See Stockton v. Ford. 
FORD T. StJRGETT, 97 r. S. 694. 

Civil war; personal liability of] 
officers of the Confederacy, a 

FORD V. "VrtLtlAJOS, 81 H. 889. 

Agency ; parol evidence, a \ 



a 100 U. S. 169, Dow v. Johnson. 



FOKGAY V. CONRAD, 6 H. 801. 

Appeals; Supreme Court; final 
decrees, a 

Defendant whose interest is sep- 
arate need not join in appeal. 6 



a 1 Wall. 241, Baldwin v. Bank. 
a 5 Wall. 704, Nash v. Towne. 



o 7 H. 656, Barnard v. Gibson. 

allH. 28, U. S. jj. Giranlt. 

a 18 H. 200, Craighead v. Wilson. 

a 19 H. 284, Beebe v. Kussell. 

b 22 H. 125, Brewster u.Wakeflold. 

a 2 Bl. 531, Bronson v. R. R. Co. 

a 7 Wall. 346, Thompson «. Dean. 

a 12 Wall. 98, French c. Shoe- 
maker. 

6 20 Wall. l.'J7, Simpson J). Greeley. 

a 22 Wall. 245, Fi-ench v. Hay. 

a 23 Wall. 411, R.R. Co.t). Swasev. 
FORREST, BIGELOW v. See Bigelow v. Forrest 
FORSYTH, BALLANCE y. See Ballance v. Forsyth 
FORSYTH, BARTON v. See Barton v. Forsyth 
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rORSYTH. CHAPMAK v. See Chapman «. Forsyth. 
FORSYTH, DREDGE v. See Dredge v. Forsyth. 
FORSYTH, GREGG v. See Gregg v. Forsyth. 
FOJISYTH V. KIMBAir, 91 U. S. 291. 

Negotiable paper ; parol, a | a 95 U. S. 481, Brown v. Spofford. 
FORSYTH, MEEHAIf t. See Meehan ». Forsyth. 
FORSYTH T. tr. S., 9 H. 571. 

Supreme Coiut; appellate juris- 1 a 1 Wall, 251, ex parte Vallandi- 
dictiou. a \ gham. 

FORT, RAIL-WAY CO. v. See Railway Co. ■;. Fort. 
FORT SCOTT, CONVERSE v. See Converse v. Fort Scott. 
FORTHtf A, THE, 3 Wi. 167. 

Prize ; fraud o£ neutral ship-own- 1 a 5 Wli. 30, The Venus, 
er; conceal nient of papers, a \ 

FORTY-THREE GAXS. WHISKY, V. S. v. See U. S. ». 43 Gals. Whisky. 
FOSDICK T. SCHAXX, 99 V. S. 835. 

Railroads; mortgages; lieu of 
vendor of rolling stock, a 

Lease of personal property with 
option to buy; conditional sales; 
mortgage of future acquired prop- 
erty, b 

FOSSAT CASE, a "WaU. 649, 

California ; Mexican titles ; final- 
ity of decree of District Court, a 

FOSSATT, U. S. V. See U. S. ^. Fossatt. 
FOSTER, CAIil/AWAY v. See Callaway v. Foster. 
FOSTER V. DAYENPORT, 33 H. 345, 

Constitution; tonnage tax. a | a 12 Wall. 214, St, Ton. Tax Cases 

FOSTER V. GODDARD, 1 Bl. 618, 



a 99 U. S. 256, Fosdick v. Car Co. 
a 99 U. S. 260, Huidekoper v. R. 

R. Co. 
a 99 U. S. 345, Sage v. R. R. Co. 
a 99 U. S. 392, Hale v. Frost. 
6 102 U. S. 9, Myer v. Car Co. 

a 2 Wall. 448, U. S. v. Billings. 
a 8 Wall. 342, Alviso v. U. S. 



Equity; proofs and allegations 
must agree, a 



FOSTER V. XEIXSON, 3 P. 354. 

Construction of treaty with Spain 
foracquisition of Florida ; validity of 
grants by Spain after the cession, a 

Actionof political branches of the 
goveraraenr, ; when conclusive, b 

Treaties; supreme law of the 
land, c 



a 7 Wall. 607, Agagam Co. v. Jor- 
don. 

a 9 Wall. 793, Rubber Co. v. Good- 
year. 

a 6 P. 706, U. S. v. Arredondo. 
a 7 P. 82, U. S. V. Percheman. 
a 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 
a 12 P. 511, Garcia v. Lee. 
a 12 P. 714, Rhode Island !). Mass. 
6 13 P. 418, Williams u. Ins. Co. 
a 14 P. 170, Keene v. Whittaker. 
a 14 P. 360, Pollard v. Kibbe. 
a 2 H. 601, Pollard v. Files. 
a 3 H. 219, Pollard v. Hagan. 
b 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 
& 9 H. 143, V.S.v. Reynes. 
c 19 H. 366, Fellowsu. Blacksmith 
c 11 Wall. 621, Cherokee Tobacco. 
a 11 Wall. 638, U. S. v. Lyude. 
c 17 Wall. 247, Holden v. Joy. 
6 92 U. S. 13-2, Phillips v. Payne, 
c 93 U. S. 196, U. S, V. 43 Gallons, 
c 100 U. S. 490, HauensteinwLyn- 
ham. 



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a 22 H. 488, Adams v. Prestan. 



FOSTER, STKOUT v. Sei Strout v. Foster. 
FOUBNIQUET, PERKEfS v. See Perlrins v. Fcramiquet. 
FOUKNIQUET v. PERKINS, 7 H. 167. 

Probate jurisdiction in Louis- I a 1(5 H. 85, Fourniquet v. Perkins, 
iana. a \ 

FOUVEKGNE T. NEW OBUELlUSrS, 18 H. 471. 

Supreme Court; wiiere the law 
of a State gives an appeal to the 
Supreme Court of the State, this 
court will not reverse its judgment 
for any irregularities, a 

FOWXE V. AUEXAICDEIA, 11 Wh. 390. 

Evidence; demurrer to. a. a 12 Wh. 383, Ins. Co. v. Catlott. 

a 20 H. 436, Suydam v. William- 
son. 
FOWXE, FAJBNBT v. See Famey v. Fowle. 

FOWIiE T. liAWRASON, 5 P. 501. 



a 19 H. 276, Hipp v. Bablii. 

a 7 Wall. 618, Morgan v. Beloit. 

a 15 Wall. 228, Oolrichs v. Spain. 

FOWI.EB, ATHEKTOU V. See Atherton v. Fowler. 
FOWIiEB V. BRANXLY, 14 P. 318. 



Equity; no jurisdiction wiiere 
complete remedy at law; objection 
can be taken by the court, a 



Negotiable paper ; notice ; bona- 
fide holders, a 



fowi;ee, heceer v. 

FOWLER V. IINDSET, 



a 102 U. S, 
See Hecker v. Fowler. 
3 BaU. 411. 



\ a 20 H. 366, Goodman v. Siraonds. 
a 22 H. 108, Bank v-. Neal. 
a 92 U. S. 342, Angle v. Ins. Co. 
a. 94 U. S. 758, Collins v. Gilbert. 
a 95 U. S. 483, Brown v. Spofford. 
a 99 U. S. 441, Parsons v. Jackson 
445, Swift V. Smith. 



U. S. courts ; jm-isdiction where 
a State is a party interested, a 

FOWBEB V. BAPLEY, 16 Wall. 388. 

District of Columbia ; landlord's I 
lien. a. \ 

FOWXER V. RATHBONE, 18 Wall. 

General average, a 

FOX T. OHIO, 6 H. 410. 

Constitution; power of Congress 
to coin mone}'. a 

Crimes ; when punishable by 
State as well as United States. 6 

First ten amendments to the 
Constitution do not apply to 
States, c 

FOX, U. 8. T. See U. S. v. Fox. 
FOXCEAFT V. MAXXETT, 4 H. 370, 

Evidence; recital of deed, a 
U. S. court ; when governed by 
State decisions. 6 



a 1 P. 118, Georgia v. Madrazo. 
a 5 P. 284, New Jersey u. N. Y. 
a 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

a 94 U. S. 383, Beall v. White. 



a 92 U. S. 400, Hobson v. Lord. 

a 9 H. 526, U. S. v. Marigold. 
b 14 H. 20, Moore v. Illinois, 
c 20 H. 87, Withers v. Buckley, 
c 7 Wall. 327, Twitchell v. Com- 
monwealth, 
c 21 Wall. 557, Edwards?;. Elliott 
c 92 U. S. 552, U. S.w.Cruikshank 
6 100 U. S. 390, expaHe Siebold. 



a 8 H. 245, Clark v. Ins. Co. 
b 12 H. 145, Eussell v. Southard. 



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FOXAXL, ENGLISH v. See English v. Foxall. 
FOYIiES, BARRY v. See Barry v. Foyles. 
FRANCES, THE, 8 Cr. 418. 

Prize ; capture oven-ides liens, a i a 6 Wall. 498, The Battle. 

I a 7 Wall. 162, The Siren. 
FRANK, FASHNACHT v. See Fashnaoht v. Frank. 
FRANKLIN BANK v. OHIO, 1 Bl. 474. 

Constitution; obligation of con- 1 o 2 Bl. 544, Wright v. Sill, 
tracts; exemption from taxation, a \ 
FRANKLIN CO., STEINES v. See Steines v. Franklin Co. 
FBAZIER, GRIFFITH v. See Griffith v. Frazier. 
FREEMAN, THE, v. BUCKINGHAM, 18 H. 188. 



Admiralty jurisdiction; lien on 
vessel for contract to transport 
ciiigo; affreightment, a 

Personal liability, b 



a 10 H. S8, Vandewater v. Mills. 

a 19 H. 165, De Nemours v. Vance. 

6 20 H. 599, Taylor v. Carryl. 

a 24 H. 392, Bncklev v. Cotton Co. 
a 8 Wall. 329, Tlie Ladv Franklin 
a 9 Wall. 519, The KeoUiik. 
d 14 Wall. 602, Tlio Delaware. 

FREEMAN, CHT LUNG v. See Chy littng u. Freeman. 
FREEMAN v. HOWE, 84 H. 450. 



Conflict of jurisdiction ; State and 
Fedei'al courts, o 

U. S. courts are the judges of the 
meaning of the Constitution and 
laws of Congress, b 

Cross-bill ; ancillary and main- 
tainable in Circuit Court independ- 
ent of citizenship, c. 



a 3 Wall. 340, Bnck v. Colbath. 

a 6 Wall. 196, Iliggs v. John. Co. 

6 6 Wall. 253, Mavoi' v. Cnopei-. 

c 6 Wall. 750, U. U. Co. v. Cham- 
berlain. 

a 13 Wall. 716, Warson v. Jones. 

c 14 Wall. 81, Christmas v. Rus- 
sell. 

c 16 Wall. 195, Bank v. Turnball. 

c 16 Wall. 219, Davis v. Gray. 

a 20 Wall. 393. New Or. ». S. S. Co 

a 22 Wall. 2.53. Frenoli v. Hay. 

a 102 U. S. 262, Bank v. Calhoun. 
FREEMAN-, XJ. S. v. See U. S. v. Freeman. 
FREER, SETM:oUR v. See Seymour ij. Freer. 
FREIGHT TAX CASE. See State Freight Tax Case. 
FREMONT, RAJXROAJD CO. v. See Railroad Co. v. Fremont. 
FREMONT V. U. S., 17 H. 543. 

California ; Mexican land titles ; 
graats on conditions, a 

Failure to approve. 6 

Authority to make grants, c 

Proving grant, d 

Survev ; when not necessary, e 

How surveys made, f 

Floating gi-ants. g 

Judicial notice of the laws of 
Mexico, h 

There must be a grantee, i 

FREMONT, U. S. v. See U. S. f. Fremont. 
FRENCH, EX PARTE, 91 U. S. 433. 

Supreme Court; tinal decrees, a | a 91 U. S. 488, Zeller v. Switzer. 



18 H. 556, U. S. V. Maca. 
18 H. 558, U. S. V. Larkin. 
20 H. 60, U. S. V. Carabuston. 
24 H. 351, U. S. V. Castro. 

1 Wall. 404, U. S. V. Moreno. 

5 Wall. 448, U. S. v. Armijo. 
18 Wall. 267, Henshawu. Bissell 
92 U. S. 476, Miller v. Dale. 
97 U. S. 215, McMicken v. U. S. 
OS U. S. 430, U. S. V. Perot. 



i 101 U. S. 509, Hall u. Russell. 



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FRENCH V. BANK OF COXUMBIA, 

Negotiable paper ; notice, a \ 

FRENCH V. FTAN, 93 U. S. 169. 

Swamp-lanil grants, a 

FRENCH V. SHOEMAKER, 18 Wall, 

Supersedeas, a I 

FRENCH V. SHOEMAKER, 14 Wall, 

Equity ; parties, a I 

FRENCH V. SPENSER, 21 H. 838. 

Laud titles; bounty land, a | 
Estoppel by deed ; euuremeut. b \ 

FRETZ V. BlXLl, 18 H. 466. 

Admiralty; jurisdiction above 
tide watei'. a 
Proper parties to libel. & 



FRETZ V. STOVER, 88 WaU. 198. 

Agents ; eflff ct of the civil war on 
powers, a 
Payments in Confederate notes. 6 

FRIENDSCHAFT, THE, 4 Wi. 107. 

Prize ; property of commercial 
house in enemy's country; rights 
of neutrals, a 

FRISBLE, MARQCEZ v. See Marquez v. Frlsbie. 
FRISBIE V. WHITNEY, 9 Wall. 187. 

Pre-emption ; character of title 
acquired by mere settlement and 

improvement as against the U. a 

S. a 6 

California land titles ; a c t of a 

1851. 6 a 

Wlien party is regarded as equi- c 

table owner of public lands, c c 



4 Cr. 141. 

a 10 P. 573, Dickens v. Beal. 
I a 97 U. S. 347, Martin v. Marks. 

99. 

a 21 Wall. 31, .Tei-ome v. McCarter. 
a 93 U. S. S9, Kitchen w.Kandolpli 

384. 

a 04 U. S. 737, Jemmeu. McCarter. 



a 22 H. 190, Maxwell «. Moore. 
6 1 Bl. 355, Crewis v. Biircliam. 

a 20 H. 297, Jackson v. Tliu Mag- 
nolia. 
6 1 Wall. 53, Comm'r-in-Chief. 
a 4 Wall. 5G5, The Hino and Tre- 
vor. 

a 95 U. S. 431, Ins. Co. v. Davis. 
6 99 U. S. 572, McBurneyu. Carson 



a 3 Wall. 233, The Cheshire. 



15 Wall. 86, Yosemite Case. 

91 U. S. 338, Shepley v. Covvan. 

92 U. S. 319, Br.Co.jj.K.E.Co. 
S. 7Go, Newhall v. Sanger 
S. 514, Atliertouu.Fowler 
S. 581, Hosmer K. Wallace 
S. 121, Wirth v. Branson. 
S. 261, Simmon?, v. Wag- 
ner. 



92 U 

96 U. 

97 U. 

98 U. 
101 U. 



FRITTON, MATS v. See Mays v. Trittoii. 
FRONTIN, GUHiD v. See Guild v. Trontin. 
FROST V. FROSTBURG COAI. CO., 84 H. 883. 

Corporations : receivers ; dissolu- I a 14 Wall. 399, Bank Bethel v Bank 
tion. a I 

FRY, TEATON v. See Yeaton d . Fry. 
FUENTES, GAINES v. See Gaines v. Fuentes. 
FUENTES V. U. S., 88 H. 443. 

California ; Mexican titles; gen- 



uineness; proof of execution, a 
Keoord evidence. & 



a 24 H. 351, U. S. v. Castro. 
a 1 Bl. 252, U. S. «. Kiiiglit. 
a 1 Wall. 357, U. S. v. Auguisola. 
a 1 Willi. 422, U. S. v. Yorba. 
6 1 Wall. 745, Romero i;. U. S. 



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FOTiliEKTON V. BAm^ OF U. S., 1 P. G04. 

jSTegotiable paper ; noticu ; due 
cliligeiice. a 
Presentment. 6 



a 2 P. 100, Williams v. Bank. 
a 2 P. 543, Bank v. Carneal. 
6 8 Wall. 649, Bank v. Banlv. 



FITLTON, lliOYp V. See Lloyd v. Fulton. 
FlILTON V. McAfee, 16 P. 149. 

Writs of error to State court ; 
liow Federal question must be 
shown, a 



a 7 H. 740, Smith v. Hunter. 
a 10 H. 322, Henderson v. Tenn. 
a 19 H. 389, Burke v. Gaines. 
a 1 Wall. 517, Roosevelt v. Meyer 

See Marine Bank v. Fnlton Bank. 



FUITON BAH^K, MARINE BANK v 

FtOLTON CO., MARSH v. See Marsh o. Fulton Co. 

FULTON STEAMBOAT CO., SULIIVAN v. See Sullivan v. Fulton S. S, 

FCRMAN V. NICHOIi, 8 WaU. 44. 

Constitution; obligation of con- 
tracts; agreement o£ State toaccept 
billsof abiink in paj'mentof taxes, a 

Supreme Court ; writs oJ error to 
State courts ; Federal ctuestiou. 6 



Co. 



a 12 Wall. 382, Knox v. Bank. 

b 14 Wall. 21, Steines v Franklin 

6 20 Wall. 628, jVIurdock v. Mem- 
phis. 

6 21 Wall. 549, Edwards v. Ellioft 

6 96 U. S. 442, Murray v. Charles- 
ton. 

a 97 U. S. 455, Keith v. Clark. 

a 100 U. S. 532, Mount Pleasant v. 
Beckwith. 



FYAN, FRENCH v. See French u. Fyan. 
GADSBT, LEVY v. See Levy v. G-adsby. 
GADSBT, STANLEY v. See Stanley v. G-adsby. 
GAFF, ETSTER v. See Eyster v. Gaff. 
GAINES V. CHEW, 3 H. 619. 
Equity; multifariousness, a 



a98U. 
6 99U. 



Probate of wills; setting a.side ; 
express trusts ; U. S. courts in Lou- 
isiana; chancery jurisdiction. 6 

U. S. courts; setting aside judg- 
ments of State courts, c 
GAJNES v. BUNK. See Games «. Stiles. 
GAINES v. FCENTES, 93 V. S. 20. 

Removals ; act 1875. a. 
U. S. courts; jui'isdiction to set 
aside judgments of State courts. 6 

GAINES, HALE v. See Hale v. Gaines. 
GAINES V. HENNEN, 34 H. 591. 

Legitimacy; wills; probate, a | 

GAINES V. NEW ORLEANS, 6 WaU. 

U. S. courts ; probate cannot be i 
collaterally assailed, a \ 

GAINES V. NICHOLSON, 9 H. 356. 

Grants by Congress to the States ; 
when title vests; courts have no 
power to define the land, a 

Indian lands, b 
GAINES, PATTERSON v. See Patterson v. Gaines. 
GAINES, RAILROAB CO. v. See Railroad Co. v. Gaines. 



a 3 H. 396, Oliver v. Piatt. 
6 6 H. 582, Patterson v. Gaines, 
c 22 H. 488, Adams v. Preston. 
6 24 H. 555, Gaines v. Hennen. 
b 21 Wall. 512, Broderick's Will. 



407, Boom Co. v. Pat- 
terson. 
83, Barrow v. Hunton. 



a 6 Wall. 707, Gaines «. N. Orleans. 

697. 

a 92 U. S. 21, Gaines v. Fuentes. 



a 18 H. 175, Cooper v. Roberts. 
b 7 Wall. 247, Holden v. Joy. 



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GAINES V. REJuV, 13 H. 473. 

Will of Daniel Clai-ke {Gaines I 
case); legitimacy; probate, a \ 

GAINES V. THOMPSON, H Wall. 363 

Mandamus ; 
ers. a 



a 24 H. 535, Gaines v. Hennen. 
a G Wall. 711, Gaines w. N. Orleans 



discretionary pow- 



GAITHEK V. FARMERS' BANK, 

Usury, a 



9 Wall 

9 Wall 

93 U. S 

a 101 U. S 

1 P. 37. 

la 7P, 
I a 100 U 

GAIBRAITH, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Galbraitli. 

GAICERAN, lEON v. See Leon v. Galceran. 

GAIENA T. AMY, S TTall. 705. 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads ; mandamus by U. S. court to 

compel levy of tax to i)ay. a 

GAXLAGHEB, BASEY v. See Basey v. Gallagher 

GALIAGHEB, COONS v. See Coons v. Gallagher. 

GAU.AKD, HABCOCRT V. See Harcourt d. Gallard. 

GAllATIN, FAIBEIEI,D v. See Fairfield v. Gallatin. 

GAXLI, CASEY v. See Casey d. Galli. 

GALLOWAY V. FESXEY, 13 P. 395. 

Vendee ; disavowal of vendor's 
title ; estoppel, a 

Virginia military land warrants; 
death at date of entry. 6 

Sale of the land, c 

Equity; light of purchaser to 
good title, d 

Equitj'; rescission, e 
GALLOWAY, GALT v. See Gait v. Galloway 
GALLUP, DAY V. See Day v. Ga,llup. 
GAIPIN V. PAGE, 18 Wall. 369. 

Jurisdiction ; notice by publica- 
tion, a 



312, Sec. uMcGarraliau 
577, Litchfield v. Eeg'r 
173, French v. Fyan. 
475, Marquez v. Frisbie 



103, Nichols V. Fearson. 
S. 249, Gates w> Nat. Bank. 



a 6 Wall. 483, Walkleyti. Muscatine 



a 6 II. 288, Bush v. Marshall. 
6 7 H. 206, McArthur v. Dunn, 
c 22 H. 190, Maxwell v. Moore. 
d 22 H. 327. Kedfield v. Woodfolk. 
& 1 Wall. 439, Niswunger v. Sauti- 

ders. 
6 18 Wall. 427, Davenport v. Lamb 
e 15 Wall. 379, Kimball v. West. 



GAXT V. GAXIOW^AY, 4 P. 333. 

Land; entry in name of dead 
man. a 
Evidence; records and entries, h 



a 91 U. 
a 97 U. 



508, Earle v. McVeigh. 
449, Settlemeir v. Sulli- 
van. 



a P. 261, McDonald v. Smalley. 
a 12 P. 295, Gallowav v. Fhiley. 
a 7 H. 266, McArthur v. Dunn. 
a 13 Wall. 427, Davenports. Lamb 

r-*T,.^=,,«^T " ^^9U. S. 067, Evanstowiiu.Guim 

GALVESTON, HITCHCOCK v. See Hitclicook v. Galveston. 
GALVESTON RAILROAD v. COWDREY, 11 Wall. 469. 



Corporate officers; extraterrito- 
rial acts, a 
Railroad mortgages ; earnings. 6 



a 16 Wall. 14, Lvnde v. Countv. 
& 91 U. S. 617, Gilman «. Tel. Co. 
b 99 U. S. 253. Fosdick v. Schall. 



GAMACHE T. PIQUIGNOT, 16 H. 464, 

Missouri land titles; act 1812 (2 | a 16 H. 507, Guitard v. Stoddard. 
St. 748) ; town and village lots, a \ 

GAMES V. STLLES, 14 P. 333. 

Charge tn jury ; right of court to a 13 II. 128, Mitchell v. Harinonv 

Dced-s recital of decree; whether a 91 U. S. 438, Niuld w Buito -<= 
necessary to prove the decree. 6 a 95 U. S. 239; Ins. Co'. TlUM. 



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GAIfTIiT V. EWING, 3 H. 709. 

Execution sales; law of Indiana. 
a 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts; remetl}'. 6 

GABCIA V. liEE, 13 P. 511. 

U. S. Governraent ; wlien action 
of political bi'anclies is conclusive, a 

Spaiiisli grants west of Perdido 
Kiver; grants after cession. 6 

Complete grants, c 



GARDNER V. COIilBCTOR, 6 Wall, 

Statutes ; enactment ; how ascer- 
tained, a 

GARDNER V. COLI-INS, a P. 58. 

Descent ; construction of Rhode 

Island statute ; " whole blood." a 

U. S. courts; rule of decision. & 

GARDNER, POTTER t. See Potter v. G-arduer, 
GARDNER, READ v. See Read v. Gardner. 
GARXAND, EX PARTE, 4 "WaU. 378. 



a 6 H. 20, Collier v. Stanborongh 
6 24 H. 464, Howard v. Bugbee. 



a 13 P. 418, Wiliiaras v. Ins. Co. 
6 14 P. 171, Keene v. Wbittaker. 
6 14 P. 360, Pollard v. Kibbe. 

5 2 H. 601, Pollard v. Files. 

6 3 H. 219, Pollard v. Hogan. 
a 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 

a 9 H. 143, U. S. v. Reynes. 
c 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
6 11 Wall. 641, U. S. v. I.yude. 
a 17 Wall. 243, Holden v. Joy. 
a 92 U. S. 132, Phillips v. Payne. 

511. 

a 94 U. S. 269, South Ottawa v. 
Perliins. 



« 4 P. 392, Saunders v. G-ould. 

6 44H. 31, Beals «. Hale. 

b 14 H. 496, Webster v. Cooper. 



Attorneys; admission and re- 
moval of. a 

Constitution ; bills of attainder 
and ex post facto laws. 6 

Pardon ; effect of. c 



GARlAJfD V. DAVTES, 4 H. 131. 

Verdicts ; what mistakes are cov- 
ered by. a 

Equity ; what defects are cured 
by decree. 6 

U. S.; no liability for torts, c 

Error ; when it must appear that 
exceptions were taken below, d 

When exceptions are unnecessa- 
ry, e 



GARIiAND V. WTfNN, 30 H. 8. 

Land titles; when jurisdiction 
of land olflce noi exclusive of tlie 
courts, a 

Commissioner ; entries allowed 
by the registers and receivers can 
be set aside by. b 



a 7 Wall. 535, Randell v. Brig- 
ham. 
6 8 Wall. 601, Drehman v. Stifle, 
c 9 Wall. 542, U. S. v. Padeltord. 
b 16 Wall. 239, Pierce v Caiskadon 
a 19 Wall. 512, ex parte Robinson 
c 95 U. S. 133, Knote v. U. S. 
a 100 U. S. 198, Bank v. Ward. 

a 5 H. 223, Jones v. Van Zant. 
6 5 H. 277, Taylor v. Benham. 
c 8 H. 101, U. S. V. Buchanan, 
d 9 H. 370, Barrow v. Reab. 
d 20 H. 433, Suydam v. Williamson 
d 1 Wall. 600, Pomerov v. Bank. 
e 3 Wall. 661, Rogers v. Bnrl'ton. 
e 10 Wall. 261, R. R. Co. v Moi-gan 
e 12 Wall. 403, Bank v. Clise. 
e 16 Wall. 386, Ins. Co. v. Piaggio. 
d 91 U. S. 130, Railroad u Trustees 
a 91 U. S. 656, Phillips u. Seymour 
d 94 U. S. 81, Storm v. U. S. 

a 22 H. 202, Lytic v. Arlviinsas. 
a 22 H. 339, Bjrtholdjj McDonald. 
6 1 Bl. 325, Harknus:< v. Uuderhill 
ffl 2 Bl. 558, Lindsey v. Hawes. 
a 6 Wall. 418, Stark u. Starrs. 
a 13 Wall. 85, Johnson v Towsley 



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GAKNETT V. JENKINS, 8 P. 86. 

Sup. Ct. ; writs of error to State 
courts; Federal question, a 

GARNETT v. U. S., 11 Wall. 857. 

Confiscation, a 



a 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 



a 11 Wall. 26G, McVeigh v. U. S. 
all Wall. 344, Tyler v. Defrees. 

GABRISON V. MEMPHIS INS. CO., 19 H. 318. 

Subrogation, a [ aQ8 U.S. 539, Hooper ». Eobinsoi 

GAKBISON, SAVIGNAC v. See Savignao v. Garrison. 
GASIIGHI CO., KNOWXES v. See Knowles v. Gaslight Co. 
GASSIES T. BALtOU, 6 P. 761. 

U. S. courts; citizenship; aver- I a IG H. 325, Mar^ihall v. K. R. Co 
nient of. a I a 9 Wall. 565, Hornthall v. Col'r. 

GAY, AVENDANDO v. See Avendando v. Gay. 
GAT, MORGAN v. See Morgan v. Gay. 
GAY'S GOIiD, 13 Wall. 681. 



a 91 U. S. 27, Semmes v. U. S. 

a 7 Wall. 521, ilonre v. Marsli. 
a 10 Wall. 379, R. R. v. Trimble. 
6 11 Wall. 552, Seymour v Osbonie 
6 18 Wall. 124, U. S. v. Buzzo. 
c 21 Wall. 225, Littlefleld v. Perry, 
a 98 U. S. 549, HciKlrie b. Savles. 



Confiscation, a 

GAYIiER T. TFixDEK^ lo H. 477. 

Patent law ; assignments j who 
must bring action for infringe- 
ment, a 

Invention; desertion. 6 

Recoi'dcd assignments; carry 
the patent when issued, c 

GAYLOKD V. KELSHAW, 1 Wall. 83. 

Equity ; dismissal without preju- I a 7 Wall. 110, Durant v. Essex Co 
dice, a I 

GEAR, U. S. V. See U. S. ■!;. Gear. 
GEARY, UNION BANK v. See Union Bank v. Geary 
GEDDES, RUTHERFORD v. See Butlierford v. Geddes 
GEE, BAKER v. See Baker v. Gee. 
GEE, EVANS v. See Evans v. Gee. 
GELPCKE V. DUBUQUE, 1 W^all. 175. 



County and municipal bonds in 
aid of railroads ; power of legisla- 
ture to authorize ; conditions in act ; 
i-ecitals in tlic bonds ; authority to 
issue ; bona-fide Iioldeis. a 

Wlielher decisions of State courts 
arc binding on U. S. courts if made 
after issue of bonds. 6 

Interest, c 

Ratification by Legislature, d 

Corporations; contracts; estop- 
pel, e 



a 1 Wall. 890, Me ver«. Muscatine. 
a 3 Wall. 664, Rogers u. Burl'gton 
b 4 Wall. 274, MitclielluBurl'gtoii 
a 5 Wall. 784, Superv'su. Sclieiiciv 
c 7 Wall. 105, Aurora v. We.-;t. 
a 7 Wail. 183, Lee Co. v. Rogers. 
d 7 Wall. 624, Beloit v. Morgan. 
b 9 Wall. 486, Citv v. Lamson. 
e 10 Wall. 645, Bank v. Banl<. 
a 14 Wall. 296, Lexington u. Butler 
al5 Wall. 373, Grand Chute v. 

Winegar. 
a 16 Wall. 465, Keunicott v. Supv. 
a 16 Wall. 665, St. Joseph d Rogers 
a 16 Wall. G77, R. R. Co. v. OtSe. 
6 16 Wall. 690. Aleott v. Superv's. 
a 17 Wall. 331, U. S. u. R. R. Co. 
d 19 Wall. 678, Pine Grove v. Tal- 

cott. 
e 93 U. S. 514, Randolph v. Post. 
6 94 U. S. 642, Com'rs v. Thayer. 
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GEISTON V. HOTT, 3 Wh. »46. 

Adminilty ; proceeding in rem ; 
decree, a 

U. S.; wlien it can be repi-esented 
in suits by agents. 6 

Seizures by custom oflScers; prob- 
able cause, c 

Seizure may be bj' other per- 
sons, d 

Admiralty jurisdiction, e 

Wlien forfeitures to U.S. accnie.y 

Sup. Ct. ; writ of error to Statu 
coiu-t; direction of writ, g 

New^States by revolutions ; recog- 
nition belongs to political branches 
of the government, h 

Supersedeas, i 

Jurisdiction, j 



a 9 Wh. 362, The Appollon. 

6 Wh. 738, Osborn v. Bank. 

c 10 Wh. 246, U. S. V. Morris. 

d 3 H. 204. Taylor v. U. S. 

e 6 H. 378, Navigation Co. v Bank 

/ 8 H. 378, Caldwell ■«. U. S. 

g 11 H. 456, Webster v. Reed. 

h 14 H. 44, Kennett v. Cliambers. 

g 3 Wall. 386, McGUurpuCom'w'h 

'i 10 Wall. 201, Slaughter-Hoiise 
Cases. 

h 13 Wall. 049, While v. Hait. 

/14Wall. 56, Henderson's Dis- 
tilled Spirits. 

c 17 Wall. 93, Averill v. Smith. 

g 91 U. S. 147, Athei-ton v. Fowler 

g 91 U. S. 661, Chimney Co. v. 
Brass Co. 

c 97 U. S. 643, Stacey v. Emery. 



GEN. MUX. LNS. CO. v. SHERWOOD, 14 H. 351. 



Marine insurance ; jettison; 
"peril of the sea." a 
Loss;. ''proximate cause." 6 

GENEKAI, smith:. THE, 4 'Wli. 438. 

Maritime contracts ; admiralty 
jurisdiction, a 

Master of ship ; hypothecation of 
vessel in foreign port for lepairs and 
supplies, b 

Proceedings against domestic ves- 
sel for supplies and repaii's. c 

When the TJ. S. courts will en- 
force the laws of the States, d 



a 17 H. 105, Lawrence v. Minturn. 

a 9 H. 684, The Portsmouth. 

6 12 H. 199, Ins. Co. v. Trans. Co. 



a 7 P. 324, Peyroux v. Howard, 
a 3 H. 573, Andrews v. Wall, 
a 5 H. 452, Waring v. Clark. ' 
a 6 H. 378. Navigation Co. v. Bank 
c 17 H. 599^ Hays v. Steamsliip Co. 
6 19 H. 25, Thomas e. Osborn. 
c 21 H. 251, Magnire v. Card, 
c 1 Bl. 529, The St. Lawrence. 
a 7 Wall. 643, The Belfast. 
6 9 Wall. 136, The G-rapeshot. 
6 10 Wall. 200, The Lulu, 
c 10 Wall. 211, The Kaloiama. 
d 13 Wall. 243. ex parte McNeil. 
6 20 Wall. 163, Ins. Co. v. Baring, 
c 20 Wall. 217, The Lottowanna. 
c 21 Wall. 571, The Lottowanna. 



GENEBES T. BONNEMEB, 7 Wall. 564. 



U. S. courts ; trial without jury ; 
statement of facts, a 

Supreme Court; power of court 
below over the case after writ of 
error, b 

Bills of exceptions, c 



a 8 Wall. 376, AvendandouGray 
a 13 Wall. 3, Bethell U.Mathews 
a 18 Wall. 252, Ins. Co. i'. Folsom. 
6 21 Wall. 552, Edwards v. Elliott 
b 91 U. S. 251, MuUor v. Elilers. 
c 97 U. S. 320. Herbert u. Butler, 
c 102 U. S. 354, Hnnnioutt v. Pey- 
ton. 



GENEBES v. CAMPBEtL, 11 Wall. 193. 



Bills of exceptions, a 



a 93 U. S. 555, Stanton v. Embrey 
a 97 U. S. 320, Herbert u. Butler. 



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GENESEE CHIEF V. FITZHUGH, 13 H. 450. 

Admiiiilty ; iurisdiction over the a 12 H. 468, Fretz ». Bi^ill 
lakes anil navigable rivers. 



a 

Collision ; stearaboats and. sailing 
vessels. 6 

Lookouts, c 

Navigable streams ; when public 
highways, d 

Attachment of vessels by State 
court ; not proceeding in admiral- 
ty, d 



6 18 H. 224, The New York v. Rae 
a 20 H. 297, Jacks'nuThe Magnolia 
o 21 H. 245, Allen «. Newbeny. 
6 21 H. 385, Steam. Co. ». Rnmball 
h 22 H. 472, Trans. Co. ». Nav. Co. 
a 1 Bl. 379, Propeller Commerce, 
c 3 Wall. 273, Tlie Ottowa. 
a 4 Wall. 562, The Hine & Trevor. 
6 7 Wall. 201, Tl)e Grace Giicller. 
d 7 Wall. 288. R. R. v. Scliurraeir. 
a 7 Wall. 039, The Belfast. 
a 8 Wall. 20, Tiie Eagle. 
6 9 Wall. 422, Tlie Fairbanks. 
a 10 Wall. .563, The Daniel Ball. 
a 11 Wall. 24, Ins. Co. u. Dunham 
c 13 Wall. 479, Tlie Ari.idne. 
d 15 Wall. 384, Pennvwit v. Eaton. 
a 16 Wall. 531, Steamboat v. Chase 
a 18 Wall. 304, Atkins -u. Disinte- 
grating Co. 
ffi 05 U. S. 72, eK^arfe Easton. 

GENOA V. ■WOODRUFF, 9» U. S. 602. 

Interest, a | a 94 U. S. 441, Bank «. Bank. 

Bonds ; coupons. 6 | & 98 U. S. 473, Amy v. Dubuque. 

GEORGE, THE, 8 Wi. 878. 

Prize ; collusive captures, a | a 8 Wh. 261, The Experiment. 
GEORGE, WEEMS v. See Weems v. G-eorge. 
GEORGETOWN v. ALEXANDRIA CANAI. CO., 18 P. 98. 

Nuisances; equity jurisdiction. a\a 9 H. 25, Irwin v. Dixion. 

I a 13 H. 557, Penn. v. Bridge Co. 
GEORGETOWN, GOSZLER v. See Goszler v. Georgetown. 
GEORGETOWN, HANNIWINKIE v. See Hanniwlnkle v. Georgetown. 
GEORGETOWN AND ALEX. TURN. CO., CUSTIS v. See Custis u. George. 

and Alex. Turn. Oo. 
GEORGIA, ALABAMA v. See Alabama v. Georgia. 
GEORGIA T. BRAILSFORD, 8 Dall. 408. 

Supreme Court ; jurisdiction a 1 P. 110, Georgia v. Madrazn. 
where State is a party, a a 5 P. 284, New .Jersey u N Y 

Equity; injunctions. 6 6 9 P. 25, Irwin u. Dixion. 

a 24 H. 95, Kentuck'j'^ v. Dennison 
GEORGIA, CENT. R. R. & BANK. CO. v. See Cent. E. R. & Bank. Co. v. Ga. 
GEORGIA, CHISLOMN v. See Chislomn v. Georgia'. 
GEORGIA, CHEROKEE NATION v. See Cherokee Nation v. Georgia. 
GEORGIA, FLORIDA v. See Florida u. Georgia. 
GEORGIA, MADRAZO v. See Madrazo v. Georgia. 
GEORGIA, SOUTH CAROLINA v. See South Carolina ■«. Georgia. 
GEORGIA, WORCESTER v. See Worcester v. Georgia. 

GEORGIA STATE BA3JK, KENNEDY v. See Kennedys. Georgia State Bank. 
GERMAIN V. MASON, 18 Wall. 861. 



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Ill 



GHISEL.IN, lAMBERT v. See Lambert v. Ghiselin. 
GIBBES, MoBLAIK v. See MeBlair v. Gibbes. 
GIBBES, "WHYTE v. See Whyte v. Gibbes. 
GIBBES, WIXMAjMS v. See "Williams i;. Gibbes. 
GIBBONS V. OGDEN, 6 "WTi. 448. 

Sap. Com-t ; final decree, a | a 18 H. 86, Verilen v. Coleman. 



GIBBONS V. OGDEN, 9 Wli. 1. 

Constitution ; tonnage tax ; reg- 
ulation of commerce ; inspection 
laws, a 

Adoption oi State law as to pilot- 
age. 6 

Police power, c 

Extent of the judicial power of 
the U. S. d 

Enrollment and licensing of 
vessels engiiged in coasting trade ; 
act of Feb. 17, 1793. e 

Power of the States to tax. / 

Implied powers under the Con- 
stitution, g ' 

When powers of Congress ex- 
clusive; commerce, h 

Supreme Court ; when it will 
enter up a judgment, i 

Quarantine laws, j 

Beserved powers of the States, k 



GIBBONS V. tJ. S., 8 WaU. 869. 

U. S.; laches, a 
Not liable for torts- b 



13 Wh. 419, Brown v. Maryland 

10 P. 117, Hobart v. Drogan. 

11 P. 130, New York v. Mihi. 

12 P. 72, U. S. V. Coombs. 

12 P. 714, Rhode Ishmd v Mass. 
15 P. 503, Groves v. Slaughter. 
3 H. 219, Pollard v. Hagan. 

H. 573, License Cases. (Opiii. 

Tanej', Ch. J.) 
7 H. 392, Passenger Cas. (Opin. 
McLean, J.) 

14 H. 572, Veazie v. Moore. 
21 H. 246, Allen v. Newberry. 

21 H. 251, Maguire v. Card. 

22 H. 238, Sinnot v. Davenport. 

1 Bl. 633, Conway v. Tailor. 

3 Wall. 417, U. S. v. Holliclay. 

3 Wall. 570, The Mahawk. 

3 Wall. 725, Gilnian v. Phila. 
10 Wall. 565. The Daniel Ball. 
12 Wall. 214, St. Tax. Ton. Cas 
12 Wall. 429, Ward v Maryland. 
12 Wall. 550, Legal Tender Cas 

15 Wall. 279, Stale Freight Tax 

16 Wall. 03, Slaughter -Honse 

Cases. 

16 Wall. 475, Morgan v Parham 

17 Wall. 291, Tyler v. Magwire. 
17 Wall. 568, K. R. v. Fnller. 
19 Wall. 582, Peete v. Morgan. 
92 U. S. 271, Henderson v. The 

Mayor of N. Y. 
k 92 U. S. 551, U.S. MCriiil;sli;ink 
a 94 U. S. 247, Foster!). New Orl. 
95 U. S. 472, R. R. v. Husen. 

95 U. S. 488, Hall v. De Cuir. 

96 U. S. 387, Wise. v. Diiluth. 

97 U. S. 503, Patterson v. K'y. 
99 U. S. 282, Trans. Co. v. 

Wheeling. 
S. 544, Lord v. S. S. Co. 
S. 574, WUson v. McNa- 
niee. 
h 102 U. S. 698, Mobile v. Kimball. 



a 102 U. 
6 102 U. 



a 91 U. S. 398, Cooke u. U. S. 
6 93 U. S. 257, Whiteside v. U. S. 
6 95 U. S. 318, Hart; i. U. S. 
6 101 U. S. 346, Langford v. U. S. 



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GIBSON, BARNAKD V. 
GIBSON, BRABSTON v. 



See Barnard v. Gibson. 
See Brabston v. Gibson. 



GIBSON V. CHEW, 16 P. 315. 

Circuit Coiiit U. S.; snit.s by as- 
signees; section 11 judiciary act. a 



a 5 H. 288, Pliillips v. Preston. 
a 19 Wall. 83, Morgan v. Gay. 



GIBSON V. CHOUTEAU, 8 Wall. 317. 

Snpi-eme Coni-t ; writs of error to I a 21 Wall. 639, Moore v. Mississippi. 
State conrts; Federal question, a \ 

GIBSON V. CHOUTEAU, 13 Wall. 99. 



Land titles ; patent ; power of 
Congress cannot be interfered with 
by State legislation., a 

Fictions. 6 

Po.ssession of the public land 
cannot be adverse to the govern- 
ment, c 

I-imitations ; do not bar U. S. d 

GIBSON, KENNEDY T. See Kennedy v. Gibson. 
GIBSON, MURRAY v. See Murray v. Gibson. 
GIBSON, PENNINGTON v. See Pennington v. Gibson, 
GIBSON V. STEVENS, 8 H. 397. 

Sales of pei'sonal property ; sym- 

&. 



a 21 Wall. 531, Langdean v. Hanes. 
b 92 U. S. 766, Newhall v. Sanger, 
c 95 U. S. 557, Morrow J). Whitney. 
d 98 U. S. 488, U. S. v. Thompson. 



bolical delivery, a 
Bills of lading; indorsement. 



GIBSON T. WARDEN, 14 WaU. 844. 

Bankruptcy; assignee takes sub- 
jciA to equities, a 



a 1 Bl. 483. Leonard v. Davis. 
a 11 Wall. 564, Halliday v. Ham- 
ilton. 

6 14 Wall. 106, The Thames. 
a 100 U. S. 128, Hatch v. Oil Co. 

a 20 Wall. 576, Longstrethw. Pen- 
nock. 

a 22 Wall. 178, Burnhisel v. Fir- 
man. 
a 95 U. S. 766, Teatman v. Sav. 
Inst. 
S. 487, Casey v. Cavaroc. 
S. 352, Ci-eswell v. Lana- 

han. 
S. 739, Stewart v. Piatt. 



a 96 U. 
a 101 U. 



a 101 U. 
GIHON, SWARTOUT v. See Swartout v. Gihon. 
GILBERT, COLtlNS V. See Collins v. Gilbert. 
GILBERT V. U. S., 8 Wall. 360. 

U. S.; contracts under laws, a \aS Wall. 490, Parish v. U. S 
GILES, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Giles. 
GILL T. OLIVER, 11 H. 589. 

Writs of error to State court; 



Federal question, a 

rt belongs to a State court to in- 
terpret its own statutes, b 

Award by commission ; rights of 
opposing claimants to share, c 



a 12 H. 119, Williams v. Oliver. 
6 17 H. 229, McBlair v. Gibbes. 
6 17 H. 249, Williams v. Gibbes. 
c 20 H. 535, Williams v. Gibbes. 
c 24 H. 320, Meyer v. White 
a 6 Wall. 262, Millingar v. Hartu- 
pee. 



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GHX T. WELMS, 88 WaU. 1. 

Patent law ; combinations, a a 23 Wa]l. 367, Keedy «. Scott. 
Reissued patents. 6 6 23 Wall. 558, Collav Co. u.Van 

Dnsen. 
a 9-t U. S. 202, Dnnbar v. Myers. 
a 94 U. S. 297, Fuller v. Yentzev. 
a 98 U. S. 39, Bates v. Coe. 
b 98 U. S. 139, Powder Co. ^. 

Powder Co. 
a 101 U. S. 656, Imhansero.Bnerk 

GHXETTE T. BUIXARD, 80 WaU. 571. 

Sureties on removal bonds ; lia- | a 101 U. S. 15, Babbitt v. Finn, 
bility. a. \ 



GUXIS, V. S. T. 



i TJ. S. V. G-fflis. 



GLLMAJf, BROTFIT v. See Brown i). Oilman. 
GTT.TVTAJf T. HX. & MIS. TEX. CO., 91 U. S. 603. 



Mortgagees ; right to income and 
earnings, a 



a 94 U. S. 800, Am. Bridge Co. v. 

Heidelbach. 
a 99 IT. S. 253, Fosdick v. Schall. 



GLLMAN V. FHTT.ADEI.PHIA, 3 WaU. 

Constitution ; regulation of com- a 

j»«rce; what legislation State may a 

enact, a a 

Bridges ; when obstructions to a 

navigation. 6 a 

Relations between the States and h 

general government, c a 

Police power, d a 



GrLMAN V. RIVES, 10 P. 898. 

Demurrers ; judgments on. a I 

GH-MAN V. SHEBOYGAN, 8 Bl. 514 

Taxation ; uniformity, a 
Exemptions. 6 



713. 

6 Wall. 42, Crandell » Nevada 
10 Wall. 564, The Daniel Ball. 
13 Wall. 240, ex parte McNiel. 
15 Wall. 279. St. Fr. Tax Case. 
17 Wall. 569, E.R. Co. «. Fuller. 
21 Wall. 392, Atleew. Packet Co. 

91 U. S. 34, Bank ». Dearlng. 

92 U. S. 272, Henderson v. The 
Mayor. 

S. 10, S. Carolina e. Ga. 
S. 242, S.S.Co.u. Tinker. 
S. 24S, FosteruN.Orleans 
S. 463, Pound v. Turk. 
S. 4S8, Hall V. De Cuir. 
S. 387, Wisc'slnw.Duluth 
S. 503, Patterson c. Ken'y 
S. 701, Mobile v. Kimball. 



93 U. 

94 U. 

94 U. 

95 U. 

95 U. 

96 U. 

97 U. 
102 U. 



7 Wall. 99, Aurora ». West. 
91 U. S. 534, Goulds. Railroad. 



a 19 Wall. 675, P. Grove v. Talcott 
b 93 U. S. 598, R.R. v. Superv'rs. 
b 100 U. S. 561, Newton?). Com'rs, 



GILMEB v. POINBEXTEB, 10 H. 867. 

Ejectment, a 
GILMOEE, GBOVE v. See Grove v. Brian. 
GILMOBE, V. S. V. See U. S. «. Gilmore. 
GIBARD, VrDAX v. See Tidal v. Girard. 
GIRAULT, V. S. V. See U. S. u. Girault. 
GIKOD, MICHOUD v. See Michoud d. Qirod . 
8 



a 94 U. S. 775, Hogan v. Kurtz. 



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a 1 Wli. 238, L'lnvincible. 
6 8 H. 531, Williamson u. Berry 
c 3 Wall. 162, The Tliompson. 
c 3 Wall. 612, The Admiral. 
d 16 Wall. 342, Merrill u. Petty. 
c 99 U. S. 35, U. S. u. Ames, 
c 101 U. S. 458, The City of Pana- 
ma. 

a 13 H. 266, Vilemont v. U. S. 
h 17 H. 552, Fremont «. U. S. 



GI/ADDING-, STEVENS v. See Stevens v. Gladding. 
GLADMON, KAJDLBOAI* CO. v. See Railroad Co. ■!!. Gladmon. 
GI/ASS X. THE BETSY, 3 Dall. 6. 

Prize; aclmiralty; conrts of neu- 
tral ; iurisdiction of captures in vio- 
lation of its neutrality, a 

Jurisdiction. 6 

Of District Court in questions of 
prize ; probable cause, c 

Appeals to Supreme Court, d 

GtESrN V. r. S., 13 H. 350. 

Louisiana land titles ; act March 
26, 1804; (2 St. 283;) settlements 
subsequent to December 20, 1803. a 

Incomplete Spanish grants, h 

GLEinST V. IjANGDON, 98 V. S. 80. 

Bankruptcy; rights of assignee I a 102 U. S. 649, Trimble v. Wood- 
to property of bankrupt, a \ head. 

GLOVEB, BAILEY v. See Bailey v. Glover. 
GODBE, YOUNG v. See Young u. Godbe. 
GODBABD, EOSTEE v. See Foster v. Goddard. 
GODDABD V. OBDWAY, 101 TJ. S. 746. 

Supreme Court; supersedeas, a | a 102 U. S. 371, Draper v. Davis. 
GODDABD, BICHABDSON v. See Rioliardson v. Goddard. 
GODDADD, SAXMON EAXIS CO. v. See Salmon FaUs Co. v. Goddard. 
GODEBEY, DAWSON v. See Dawson o. Godfrey. 
GODFBEY V. EAMES, 1 WaU. 317. 

Patent law ; application for pat- r a 93 U. S. 500, Smith v. Goodyear 



Dental Co. 



GOtD MINING CO. V. NAT. BANK, 96 V. S. 640. 



Corporations; ultra vires; who 
can set up invalidity of convey- 
ances, a 



I U. S. 628, National Bank ». 
Mathews. 



GOLD WASHING CO. v. KEYES, 96 U. S. 199. 



Removals; "case arising under 
the Constitution and laws ; " act of 
1875. a 



a 102 U. S. 140, Railroad Coni'y ». 
Mississippi. 



GOMEZ, CASTBO v. See Castro v. Gomez. 
GOMEZ, r. S. V. See U. S. v. Gomez. 
GOOD V. MABTIN, 95 XJ. S. 90. 

Territorial courts ; liovv far af- 
fected by statutes in reference to 
conits of the U. S. ; courts of the 
Di'^trict of Columbia, a 

GOODING, U. S. V. See U. S. «. Gooding. 



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GOODMAI^^ V. SmONDS, 80 H. 366. 

Negotiable paper ; blanks ; im- 
plied aiithoi-ity to fill; rights of 
l)ona-Jide holders, a 

Notice. 6 

Hypothetical cliar^e. c 

Negotiable paper taken as collat- 
t>ral secnritj' ; usual eour.se of busi- 
ness; prior equities, d 



a 22 H. 108, Bank v. Neal. 
a 2 Willi. 121, Murray w. Lard ner 
a 5 Wall. 784, Superv. v. Schenck 
a 7 Wall. 735, Texas v. White. 
a 9 Wall. 551, Bank v. Eldred. 
6 10 Wall. 202, The Lulu. 
c 14 Wall. 448, Im. Co. v. Mtimsoii 
c 16 Wall. 389, Ins. Co, v. Piaggio. 
a 19 Wall. 1G6, Sawyer v. Pricketn 
c 20 Wall. 162, Ins. Co. ©.Baring. 
a 21 Wall. 323, Chambers y. Clews 
a 21 Wall. 359, Hotchkiss B.Banks 
a 22 Wall. 594, Ross w. Jones. 
a 92 U. S. 331, Angle v. Ins. Co. 
a 94 U. S. 286, Com'ers v. Clark. 
a 94 U. S. 754, Collins v. Gilbert. 
a 95 U. S. 479, Brown v. Spotlord. 
a 97 U. S. 24, Hotel Co. v. Wade 
d 100 U. S. 247, Gates ». Bank. 
a 101 U. S. 564, Shaw v. K. R. Co. 
a 102 U. S. 444, Swift v. Smitli. 



a 7 Wall. 100, Aurora v. West. 
I a 91 U. S. 533, Gould v. R. R. 



GOODTllCH V. CITY, 5 WaU. 573. 

Demurrer; judgment; on ; consti- 
tutes a bar. 

GOODTITLE V. EXBBE, 9 H. 477. 

Riglit of the States to land below i a 13 H. 26, Doe v. Beebe. 
tidi- water, o | a 94 U. S. 338, Barney v. Keokuk 

GOODTEAK DEN. CO., SMITH T. See Smith i). Goodyear Den. Co. 
GOODTEAK, KUBBER CO. v. See Eubber Co. v. Goodyear. 
GOODWIN, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Goodwin. 
GORDON V. APPEAI. TAX COURT, 3 H. 144. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts; exemption from taxation, a 

Power of State Legislature to 
bind the State by contract. 6 

Taxation of Corporations ; when 
stockholders are included in exemp- 
tion, c 



a 6 H. 332, Bank v. Sharp. 
a 16 H. 376, Bank v. Knoop. 
6 16 H. 429, Ins. Co. v. Debolt. 
6 1 Bl. 442, Bank v. Skelly. 
c 4 Wall. 259, People v. Com'rs. 
a 8 Wall. 438, Home v. Rouse. 
a 13 Wall. 376, Salt Co. v. East 

Saginaw. 
a 21 Wall. 498, R. R. Co. v. Penu. 
a 95 U. S. 690, Farrington v. Tenn. 

GORDON V. CAXDCLEUGH, 3 Cr. 868. 

Sup. Ct. : writ of error to State 1 a 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones, 
court; Federal question, a | a 1 Wall. 517, Roosevelt v. Meyer. 

GORDON, CANAI. CO. v. See Canal Co. u. Gordon. 
GORDON V. LONGEST, 16 P. 97. 



"Value of matter in dispute," 
under the n.-moval acts, and the 
acts regulating appeals, a 

Removals. 6 
GORDON T. OGDEN, 3 P. 33. 

Value of matter in dispute; re- 
moval ; review by Supreme Court 
of judgment of State court refus- 
ing to remove, a 



a 15 H. 207, Kanouse v. Martin. 
6 19 Wall. 223, Lis. Co. ». Dunn. 
6 100 U. S. 317, Virginia v. Rives. 
b 102 U. S. 136, R. R. Co. v. Miss. 

a 15 H. 207, Kanouse v. Martin. 
a 17 H. 21, Olneyw. Tlie Falcon. 
a 4 Wall. 164, Walker v. U. S. 
a 16 Wall. 344, Merrill v. Petty. 
a 91 U. S. 366, The D. R. Martin. 
a 95 U. S. 695, Thompson v Butler 



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GORDON, U. S. V. See U. S. u. G-ordon. 
GORDON T. V. S., 2 WaU. 561. 

Supreme Court ; appeals from a 6 Wall. 576, U. S. v. Alire. 

Court of Claims, a a 13 Wall. 145, U. S. v. Klein. 

Organization of the Court of a 22 Wall. 647, U. S. v. O'Grady. 

Claims. 6 6 101 U. S. 345, Langford v. U. S. 

GORDON V. V. S., 7 WaU. 193. 

U. S. contracts ; reference of i a 94 U. S. 400, Chorpenningu. U. S. 
claims to boards ; awards, a 



GORHAM CO. 

Trade-marks. 



. WHITE, 14 WaU. 611. 

a I a 90 U. S. 256, McLean v. Fleming. 

GORMAN, BOARD OF COM'KS v. See Board of Commissioners v. Gorman. 
GORMAN V. lENOX, 15 P. 116. 

a 20 H. 426, Suydam v. Williamson 
a 3 Wall. 661, Rogers v Burlington 
a 7 Wall. 91, Aurora », West. 
a 91 U. S. 527, Gould v. R. R. Co. 



Supreme Court; may review a 
judgment sustaining or overruling 
demurrer, by writ of error without 
any bill of exceptions, a 

GOSZIiER T. GEORGETOWN, 6 Wh. 696. 

Municipal corporations ; power I o 10 H. 532, East Hartford v. Hart- 
over the streets ~ ' .-_.-_ 

GOULD V. REES, 16 WaU. 194 



Patent law ; patent for combina- 
tion, a 



GOtILD, SAUNDERS v. See Saunders v. Gould. 
GRACE, EORBES v. See Forbes v. Grace. 
GRACE GIRDtER, THE, 7 WaU. 801. 



ford Bridge Co. 

a 22 Wall. 19, Gill v. Wells. 
a 23 Wall. 367, Reedy v. Scott. 
a 94 U. S. 202, Dnnbar v. Myers. 
a 94 U. S. 297, Fuller v. Yentzer. 



Collision ; steamers and sailing 
vessels, a 

Supreme Court ; to revise in col- 
lision case, it must be clear the 
lower court has committed error. 6 

GRACIE V. PAXMER, 8 Wh. 605. 

Shipping; lien on cargo for 
freight, a 
Master cannot destroy such lien . 6 
Charter-parties ; affreightment, c 



a 9 Wall. 639, City of Paris. 
6 93 U. S. 339, The Juniata. 



GRAHAM V. BATNE, 18 H. 60. 

Sup. Ct. ; reversal; mistrial; ve- 
nire de novo, a 

Agreed statement of facts ; when 
reviewable. 6 . 

Bills of exceptions, c 



a 17 H. 62, Raymond v. Tyson. 
6 18 H. 187, Schooner Freeman v. 

Buckingham. 
a 19 H. 25, Thomas v. Osborn. 
a 5 Wall. 561, The Bird of Paradise 
c 11 Wall. 601, Reed v. U. S. 

a 18 H. 135, Guild v. Frontin. 
b 20 H. 434, Suydam jj.Williamson. 
6 1 Wall. 102, Burra. Des Moines. 
1 Wall. 602, Pomeroy v. Bank. 
6 9 Wall. 127, Norria v. Jaclffion. 
6 9 Wall. 431, Flanders v. Tweed. 
e 97 U. S. 320, Herbert v. Butler. 



GRAHAM, CtARK v. See Clark v. Graham. 
GRAHAM, COOKE v. See Cooke v. Graham. 
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GRAHAM -v. NORTON, 16 'Wall. 487. 

U. S. courts; mandamus, a | a 102 U. S. 1S5, Greene Co. u. Daniel 
ORAHAM, STRABER v. See Strader v. Grraham. 
ORAHAM V. U. S., 4 WaU. 260. 



California; Mexican titles; de- 
livery of possession, a 
Surveys, b 

GRAN PAKA, THE, 7 WTl. 471. 

_ Prize made by vessels wliicli liad 
violated the neutrality acts ; resto- 
ration, a 

GRAND CHUTE V. ■wrtfEGAR, 15 WaU. 355. 



a 5 Wall. 539, U. S. v. Pico. 
6 95 TJ. S. 35, Van Reynegan 
Bolton. 



a 10 Wh. 497, The Gran Para. 



Municipal bonds ; conditions ; 
bona-flde holders; recitals; estop- 
pel, a 



alQ Wall. 465, Kenicottu.Superv's. 
a 21 Wall. 321, Chambers!;. Clews. 
a93 U. S. 514, Randolph v. Post. 
a 94 U. S. 2S5, Comm'rs v. Clark. 
a 96 U. S. 314, San Antonio v. Ma- 
heffy. 



GRAND GULF K. K. & B. CO. v. MARSHAXL,, 18 H. 165. 



Supreme Court ; writs of error to 
State court ; how the Federal ques- 
tion must appear, a 

GBANTTE STATE, THE, 3 Wall. 31 

Collision ; damages, a 

Lights. 6 

Collision with ship at anchor, c 



a 19 H. 259, Bell e. Hearne. 
a 20 Wall. 633, MurdockcMemphis 
a 21 Wall. 639, Moore v. Mississippi 

a 8 Wall. 386, The Baltimore. 
6 14 Wall. 119, The Bridgeport, 
c 23 Wall. 14, The Clarita. 
c 97 U. S. 315, The Virginia Ehr- 
man. 



GRANT v. NATXOK, 4 Cr. 224. 
Contracts ; mutual assent, a 
GRANT, RATLBOAD CO. v. See Bailroad Co. v. Grant. 
GRANT V. RAYMOND, 6 P. 220. 

Patents; public use. a 
Patents construed in favor of 
patentee, b 
Certificates of division, c 
Reissues, d 



( a 101 U. S. 51, National B'k v. Hill. 



a 7 P. 292, Shaw v. Cooper, 
a 1 H. 204, McClurgw. Kingsland. 
6 6 H. 477, Hogg v. Emerson, 
c 7 H. 190, U. S. V. Chicago. 
6 15 H. 338, Winans v. Denmead. 
6 17 H. 80, Battin v. Taggert. 
d 2 Wall. 604, Bead v. Bowman. 



GBAPESHOT, THE, 9 WalL 131. 

Admiralty; liens upon foreign 
vessels for repairs, a 

The President; military com- 
manders and governors ; powers of 
when acting by the presumed au- 
thorization of the executive. 6 

Provisional courts in time of 
war. c 



a 9 Wall. 758, The Guy. 

a 10 Wall. 201, Tlie Luln. 

a 10 Wall. 212, The Kalorama. 

a 13 Wall. 335, The Patapsco. 

6 15 Wall. 384, Pennywit v. Eaton 

a 17 Wall. 669, The Emily Souder. 

c 19 Wall. 525, Burke v. Milten- 

ber-ger. 
a 20 Wall. 164, Ins. Co. v. Baring. 
6 20 Wall. 394, New Orl. v S. S. Co. 
6 21 Wall. 88, Hamilton v. Dillon, 
c 22 Wall. 295, Bank v. Bank. 
c 23 Wall. 469, Lewis v. Cocks. 



GRATIOT, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Gratiot. 



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GRATIOT V. U. S., 15 P. 36S. 

U. S. departments ; powers as to 
employment ; extra services, a 

Suits against public officers; set- 
offs, b 

Treasury transcripts as evi- 
dence, c 



GRATIOT V. U. S., 4 H. SO. 

U. S.; regulations of the navy, a \ 



a 15 P. 443, Mims v. V. S. 

a 8 H. 101, U. S; V. Bnclianan. 

a 9 H. 489, U. S. v. Brown. 

& 9 Wall. 765, Watkins v. U. S. 

c 19 Wall. 213, U. S. v. Gausseii. 

a 91 U. S. 564, Hall v. U. S. 

6 98 U. S. 186, MoKnight v. U. S. 
c 102 U. 8. 554, U. S. v. Pinson. 

100 U. S. 22, expaHe Reed. 



GRATZ, BARB v. See Barr v. Gratz. 
GRATZ, BRASHIER v. See Brashier ■». Gratz. 
GRATZ, PBEVOST v. See Preyost v. Gratz. 
GRATZ, ■WAU>EN v. See Walden v. Gratz. 
GRAVES V. BOSTON MAR. INS. CO., 2 Cr. 444. 



Equity; no jurisdiction where 
remedy at law is complete; court 
can notice objection of want of in- 
nsd'vitiowsua sponie. a 

Mistakes; parol evidence, b 



a 19 H. 27S, Hipp v. Babin. 
a 2 Bl. 551, Parker v. Cotton Co. 
a 13 Bl. 621, In?. Co. v. Baiiey. 
a 15 Bl. 228. Oelriclis v. Spain. 
6 98 U. S. 89, Snell ji. Ins. Co. 



GRAVES, SHEPPARD v. See Sheppard v. Graves. 
GRAY V. BIANCHARD, 9'? U. S. 564. 

Supreme Court; value of matter I a 100 U. S. 6, Tintsman v. Bank 
in dispute, a I a 102 U. S. 121, Bank. Co. wins. Co 

GRAY, BRIGNARDEIXO v. See Brignardello v. Gray. 
GRAY, BURGESS v. See Burgess v. Gray. 
GRAY, DAVIES V. See Davies v. Gray. 
GRAY, SPRING V. See Spring v. Gray. 
GRAY EAGIJE:, THE, 9 Wall. 505. 

Collision ; rules of navigation ; I a 13 Wall. 479, The Ariadne. 
I'Sn'^s- <^ I « 14 Wall. 359, The Continental. 

GRAY JACKET, THE, 5 WaU. 370. 

.J^'t: ^""^ ?," ^^^^}^ °* 5 '^""^® °* I « 7 Wall. 458, Confiscation Cases, 
the Attorney-General, u, | 

GRAYSON V. VIRGINIA, 3 Dall. 380. 



Suits between States ; process, a 



GREELEY V. BURGESS, 18 H. 417. 

Duties; suit against collector; 
i-ecovery back of duties ; protest, a 

GREELEY V. THOMPSON, 10 H. 834. 

Duties; time for fixing value of 
goods ; treasury regulations, a 
Recovery back of duties, b 
Appraisement ; parol evidence, c 



a 3 P. 461, New Jereey v. N. Y. 
a 5 P. 284, Same v. Same. 
a 17 H. 490, Florida v. Georgia. 
a 24 H. 95, Kentucky h. Denulson. 

a Bl. 480, Curtis v. Fiedler. 



GREELEY, TOWNSEND v. See Townsend ,,. Greeley 
GREEN, BANK U. S. v. See Bank U. S. ^. Green. 



a 10 I-I. 254, Maxwell v. Griswold. 
18 H. 414, Greeley v. Burgess. 
a 20 H. 578. Sampson v. Peaslee. 
c 24 H. 525, Belcher v. Linn. 



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GEEEN V. BEDDLE, 8 Wh. 1. 

Impiovements by bona-tide piu- 
cliaser ; equity for repayment, a 

Kentucky and Virginia ; act in 
violation o£ compact of separation 
void. 6 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; remedy, c. 

Equity; rents and profits; to 
wliat time account will be car- 
ried, d 

Autliority to declare State law 
violating contract void, e 

Recoupment, f 



GREEN V. CUSTAKD, 83 H. 484. 

U.S. courts ; State codes ; law and 
equity must be kept distinct, a 

GREEN V. CKEIGHTON, 83 H. 90. 

U. S. courts; equity jurisdiction 
cannot be afifected by State legisla- 
tion, a 

Claims against administrators. 6 

GREEN, JONES v. See Jones v. Green, 
GREEN V. LITER, 8 Cr. 848. 

Land titles ; seizin in deed ; writs 
of right; when tenant may dis- 
prove demandant's seizin, a 

Constructive possession, b 

Title by grant, c 

Sup.Ct.; " the value of the matter 
in dispute." d 

Patent; when court of equity- 
will go behind and adjust equi- 
ties, e 

"Suit;" what is the meaning 
of. / 

Adverse possession, g 

Patents; validity of. h 

GREEN, XITER v. See Liter v. Green. 
GEEEN V. NEAIi, 6 P. 891. 

U.S. courts; obligatory force of 
State decisions, a 



a 4 P. 80, Carver u. Jackson. 
6 P. 463, Hawkins v. Barney. 
a 12 P. 60, McKinley v. Carroll, 
c 1 H. 311, Bronson u. Kiiizlo. 
c 6 H. 318, Plant. Bank v. Sharp. 
d 12 H. 14"), Kiissell v. Southard. 
e 13 H. 5.57, Penn. v. Bridge Co. 
c 15 H. 305, Curran v. Arkansas. 
6 18 H. 420, Penn. o. Bridge Co. 
a 20 11. 535, Williams v. Gibbes. 
/ 23 H. 235, Dermott v. Jones, 
c 4 Wall. 550, Van Hoffman v. 

Quincy. 
d 17 Wall. 293, Tyler v. Magwire. 
c 96 U. S. 604, Edwardsu.Kearsey 



a 1 Bl. 314, Farni v. Tcsson. 



a 7 Wall. 430, Payne v. Hook. 
6 9 Wall. 755, Walker v. Walker. 



a 7 Wh. 28, Green v. Watkins. 
6 2 P. 201, Hunt v. Wiclvliffi;. 
a 3 P. 112, luglls V. Snug Harbor. 
6 5 P. 343, Clark v. Courtney. 
6 5 P. 486, Peyton v. Stith. 
6 6 P. 691, U. S. V. Arrcdondo. 
a 10 P. 199, Boon v. Chiles. 
a 12 P. 427, Strotlier v. Lucas. 
6 3 H. 087, Clymer v. Dawkins. 
c 9 H. 443, Doc v. Eslava. 
dlo H.207, Kanouse v. Martin. 
e 13 Wall. 86, Johnson v. Towsley 
/91 U. S. 375, Kohl v.V. S. 
q 99 U. S. 107, Harris «.McGovern 
'h 102 U. S. 399, U. S. v. Sohurz. 



a 16 

a 2 

a 7 

a 11 

a 14 

a 2 

a 18 

a 97 



U 
U 

alOOU 



a 98 
a 98 



P. 486, Harpending U.Dutch 

Church. 
H. 106, Porterfleld v. Clark. 
H. 215, Smith v. Kirnochen. 
H. 317, Van Rensselaer v. 

Kearney. 
H. 496, Wl'bster v. CooJDer. 
Bl. 003, Lefliiigvvellu. Warren 
Wall. 82, Supervisors u.U.S. 
U. S. 0S7, Davie «. Brlggs. 
S. 235, Andraeu.Ri'dticld 
S. 471, Amy «;. Dubuque. 
S. 52, Fairfleld v. Galla- 
tin. 



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MANUAL OF SUPEEME COURT DECISIONS. 



GBEEN, POWELL v. See Powell v. Green. 
GKEEN, RTJTHEBFOBD v. See Eutherford v. Green. 
GREEN, SECBIST v. See Secrist v. Green. 
GREEN V. TJ. S., 9 Wall. 658. 

Official bonds; sureties ; signing | a 16 Wall. 3, Dair v. U. S. 



on conditions, a i 

GREEN V. VAN BUSKIRK, 3 WaU. 450. 



Supreme Conrt ; supersedeas, a 

Direction of writ of error; " high- 
est court of the State." 6 
GREEN V. VAN BUSKIRK, 6 Wall. 

Constitution ; faith and credit to 
l)e jriven to judgments, a 

Situs of personal property; when 
it follovvs tlie domicil of owner, b 

Liability to sale ; by what law 
determined, c 

GREEN T. WAXKESrS, 6 Wh. 860. 

Real actions; abatement, a 
Tenant ; may ofl'er in evidence 
title of a tliird person. 6 

GREEN, WITHERS v. See Withers v. Green. 

GREEN BAT CO., PUMPEI.I.Y v. See Pumpelly v. Green Bay Oo, 

GREENE, MOORE v. See Moore v. Green. 

GBEENDEAF, BATIET v. See Bayley v. Greenleaf. 

GBEENLEAP v. BIRTH, 5 P. 138. 

Ejectment; setting up title in 
tliird person by a mere intruder, a 

Juiy; province of as to suffi- 
ciency of evidence, b 

Grants; construction, c 

Error ; immaterial assignment 



a 10 Wall. 291, Slaughter-House 

I* SI Q^Q 

& 91 U. S. 148, Atherton v. Fowler 

310. 

a 7 Wall. 145, Green v. Van Biis- 

kirlv. 
a 16 Wall. 621, Crapo v. Kelly. 
6 92 U. S. 607, R. K. Tax Cases, 
c 9:i U. S. 671, Hervey v. Works, 
c 95 U. S. 250, Fosdick v. Schall. 

a 7 Wh. 530, Macker v. Thomas. 
6 3 P. 112, Inglis v. Snug Harbor, 



a 9 P. 292, Greenleaf v. Birth. 
6 10 P. 93, 'lYaey v. Swartout. 
c 12 P. 741, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
6 3H. 71, Walker I!. Bank. 
d 13 H. 330, R. R. Co. v. Howard. 
6 IBl. 49, Weightman v. Wash- 
ington. 
d 10 Wall. 528, Brobst v. Brock. 



GREENXEAP v. COOK, 8 Wh. 13. 

Sale ; vendee in possession can- 
not dispute payment of purchase- 
money by alleged defect of title, a 

GREENWOOD, HOTCHKISS v. 
GREER V. MEZES, 84 H. 873. 

U. S. courts; ejectment, a | a 1 Bl. 344, Singleton v. Touchard. 
GREGG, DRAKEIiY v. See Drakely v. Gregg. 
GREGG V. FORSYTH, 24 H. 179. 



a 17 H. 584, Wanzer v. Truly. 



See Hotchkiss v. Greenwood. 



Illinois land titles; Pcoi'ia lots, a 

Jurisdiction ; only parties to the 

suit can object to irregularities. & 

GREGG V. SAYBE, 8 P. 844. 

Deeds; fraudulently obtained, a 

GEEGG V. SAYBE, 8 P. 853. 

Fiaudulent convej-ances; inno- 
pnrohasers ; " color of title ; " lim- 
itations, a 



a 1 Bl. 152, Gregg ». Tesson. 
a 2 Bl. 568, Dredge v. Forsyth. 
6 3 Wall. 751, Secrist v. Green. 

a 19 H. 324, Field v. Seabuiy. 

a 18 H. 52, Wright v. Mattison. 
a 19 H. 324, Field v. Seabury. 



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GKEGG T. TESSON, 1 Bl. 150. 

Illinois land titles ; Peoria lots ; I 2 Bl. 568, Dredge v. Forsyth, 
limitations, a \ 

GBEGOIBE, FASTNTNG v. See Fanning v. Gregoire. 
GREGORY -V. McVeigh, 83 'Wall. 894. 

Writs of error to State courts ; I a 93 U. S. 274, Windsor v McVeigh 
"highest court of the iState." a | 

GRIFFEY, CONRAD v. See Conrad v. Griffey. 
GRIFFIN V. THOMPSON, 8 H. 844. 

Executions ; duty of marshal in | a 2 H. 261, Buchanan v. Tianin. 
receiving- payment, a - -- . . ^ . 



1 a 3 II. 719, McFarland v. Gwin. 



GRIFFITH V. BOGEBT, 18 H. 

Time ; terminus a quo. a 



168. 



GRIFFITH, COMMONTYEAXTH BANK T. 
GRIFFITH V. FRAZIER, 8 Cr. 84. 



a 22 H. 435, Thompson v. Carroll. 
a 94 U. S. 560, Dutcher v. Wright. 

See Comm. Bank v. Grifflth. 



Executors ; legal title to per- 
sonal property, a 
Liability for each other, b 

GRIGNON -V. ASTOR, 8 H. 319. 

Jurisdiction, a 

Land titles ; confirmation by act 
of Congress. 6 



a 14 P. 38, Kane v. Paul. 

6 14 P. 166, Edmonds v. Crenshaw 



GBOIA, MAGEE v. 

GRISAR V. McDOWEIit, 6 'Wall. 31 

California; Mexican titles; ap- 
peals from Board of Commissioners 
under act of 1851. a 

Public lands. 6 



a 7 H. 178, Erwiii v. Lovvry. 

a 8 H. 409, West v. Smith. 

6 9 I-I. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 

a 12 H. 378, Sargeant v. Bank. 

a 18 H. IGl, Gi'ifflth v. Bogert. 

a 18 H. 497, Beauregard v. "New 
Orleans. 

a 22 H. 11, Parker v. Kane. 

a 24 H. 203, Nations v. Johnson. 

a 1 Wall. 634, Gray v. Brignar- 
dello. 

a 2 Wall. 216, Florintine v. Bar- 
ton. 

a 2 Wall. 342, Harvey v. Tyler. 

a 3 Wall. 406, Comstock v Craw- 
ford. 

a 10 Wall. 316, Cooper ^Reynolds 

a 11 Wall. .300, Miller v. U. S. 

a 16 Wall. 366, McNitt v. Turner. 

a 93 U. S. 165, Tilton a. Cofield. 

a 101 U. S. 421, Mohr v. Manierre. 
See Mager v. Grima. 



a 9 Wall. 19, Keese v. U. S. 
b 9 Wall. 324, Lynch v. Bernal. 
6 98 U. S. 16, Palmer v. Low. 
b 100 U. S. 139, Brownsville v. 

Cavazos. 
6 100 U. S. 251, Trenouth v. San 

Francisco. 

GRISWOIiD, HEPBURN v. See Hepburn v. Griswold. 
GKISWOIiD, BOI.EY v. See Boley v. Griswold. 
GBISWOI.D, MAXWELIi v. See Maxwell v. Griswold. 



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GBOSSMAYEB, U. S. v. See U. S. v., Grossmayer, 
GBOVB T. BBIEN, 8 H. 439. 

Bills of lading; consignments; 
cfllect. of.' a 

Sales; when title to personal 
property vests, b 



GBOVES V. StAUGHTEB, 15 P. 496 

Decisions of State courts; when 
binding on Federal courts; validity 
of notes given for purchase of 



a 17 H. 105, Lawrence v. Minturn. 
a 3 Wail. 553, The Bermuda. 
6 11 Wall. 5G4, Hoi lidavu Hamilton 
a 14 Wall. 266, Vanghan u.The Tel- 
egraph. 



a 5 H. 131, Rowan v. Runnels. 

a 5 H. 141, Truly v. Wanzer. 

a 6 H. ■ 5, Sims v. Hundley, 
slaves, a' 6 7 U. 392, Passenger Gas. (Opin. 

Constitution ; regulation of com- of Moliean. J.) 

merce. 6 a 7 H. 817, Nesmith v. Sheldon. 

a 13 Wall. 657, Osborn «. Nicholson 

a 100 U. S. 52, Fairfield v. Gallatin 

GBUNDY & THOENBUBGH, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Grundy & Thombargh. 
GBUNBT, irOIING v. See Young v. Grundy. 
GBUNDY, BOYCE v. Sea Boyoe v. Grundy. 
GBUNEB V. U. S., 11 H. 163. 



Supreme Court ; value of matter 
in dispute, a 
Jurisdiction. 6 

GBYMBS, DOE v. See Elmore v. Grymes. 
GBYMES, EtMOBE v. See Elmore v. Grymes. 
GUABANTY CO., JONES v. See Jones v. Guaranty Co. 
GUE V. TIDE WATEB CANAX CO., 84 H. 868. 



a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill v. Petty. 
6 20 Wall. 7, Habich o. Polger. 



U. S. courts ; ancillary suits, a 

Railroads; sale under decree; 
title of purchaser. & 

Equity ; will protect fund for all 
the stockholders, c 
GUESTIEB, HUDSON v. See Hudson v. Guestier. 
GUILBEAU, YOUNGE v. See Younge v. Guilbeau 
GUILD V. ITBONTIN, 18 H. 135. 

Supreme Court; review of judg- 
ment in case where by agreement 
the court below decided the facts 
and the law. a 

Judgment in such a case will be 
affirmed. 6 

Waiver of jury, c 

GUITABD V. STODDARD, 16 H. 494, 



a 24 H. 460, Freeman v. Howe. 
6 6 Wall. 752, James v. R. R. Co. 
c 21 Wall. 623, Jackson v. Ludeling 



a 21 H. 86, Kelsey v. Forsyth. 
a 21 H. 226, Campbell v. Bovreau. 
b 1 Wall. 604, Pomeroy v. Bank. 
a 9 Wall. 429, Flanders v. Tweed, 
c 12 Wall. 281, Kearney b. Case, 
c 91 U. S. 614, Gilman v. Tel. Co. 



Missouri land titles; act June 13, 
1812 ; out-lots in St. Louis, a 



a 18 H. 136, Savignac v. Garrison. 
a 1 Bl. 601, Glasgow v. Hortiz. 



GUNN V. BABBY, 15 Wall. 688. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- I a 96 U. S. 604, Edwards v. Keivrzey 
tracts ; exemptions ; execution, a \ 

GUNNEII, V. BIBD, 10 Wall. 307. 

Equity ; bills of revivor, a 
GUTHEIE, GOODBICH V. See Goodrich v. GutUrie. 
GUXHBIE, SIMMS v. See Slmms v. Guthrie. 



a 22 Wall. 204, Fretz v. Stover. 



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GUTTSCHALCK, BAIflK METBOPOMS v. See Bank Met. v. Giittsclialclc. 
GUY, THE, 9 Wall. 758. 

Admiialty ; lien oa foreign ves- I a 10 Wall. 214, The Kalorama. 
sels for repairs, a. \ 

GUT V. BAXTIMOKE, 100 U. S. 434. 

Constitution ; regulation of com- 
raerce ; discrimination against pro- 
ducts of ottier States, a 
GUT, SHELBT V. See Shelby v. Guy. 
GWIN V. BBEEDLOTE, 15 P. 884. 

Supreme Court ; motion to dis- 
miss for failure to return record, 
and motion to docket, a 

GWIN T. BREEDiOTE, S H. 89. 

U. S. courts; process acts; how 
far they adopt State practice, a 
Auxiliary suits. 6 

HABICH V. rOLGEK, 80 Wall. 6. 

Jurisdiction; appearance, a 

Judgments; effect and credit un- 
der the Constitution ; act of 1790. b 
HACKETT, MEKCEK CO. v. See Mercer Co. v. Hackett. 
HABDEN V. COIJjECTOR, 5 Wall. 118. 



a 100 U. S. 679, Machine Co. v. Gage 



a 3 Wall. 103, Sparrow v. Strong. 



a 6 H. 9, Gwin v. Barton. 

b 16 Wall. 195, Bank v. Turnball. 



a 20 Wall. 13, Creighton v. Kerr. 
& 97 U. S. 336, Ins. Co. v. Harris. 



Duties on goods imported east of 
Cape of Good Hope, a 
Statutes; con.struction ; title. 6 

HAGAN V. LUCAS, 10 P. 400. 

Conflict of jurisdiction ; State 
and Federal courts, a 



a 12 Wall. 29, Sturges v. CoU'r. 
& 91 U. S. 83, U.S.M.U.P.B.R. 
a 101 U. S. 790, Powers v. Comly. 



HAGAN, POLI-AlKD v, 
HAGAN T. WALKER, 14 H 

U. S. courts; equity; parties, a 



a 4H. 12, Brown ». Clark. 
a 17 H. 474, PuUiam v. Osborne. 
a 20 H. 591, Tavlor v. Carrvl. 
a 3 Wall. 340, Buck v. Colbath. 
a 6 Wall. 197, Kiggs v. Johnson. 
a 13 Wall. 716, Watson v. Jones. 
a 16 Wall. 371, Taylor v. Taintor. 
a 19 Wall. 223, Ins. Co. v. Dunn. 
a 20 Wall. 392, jSTewOrl.jj.S.S.Co. 
a 22 Wall. 253, French v. Hay. 
See Pollard v. Hagan. 
36. 

a 17 H. 137, Shields v. Barrow. 
6 23 H. 106, Green v. Creighton. 
a 93 U. S. 204, Ober v. Gallagher, 
c 94 U. S. 736, Jerome v. McCarter. 



Administration; suit in, equity 
without taking account of testator's 
debts. 6 

Foreclosure; parties, c 

HAIGHT V. KAH-KOAD CO., 6 Wall. 17. 

Income tax ; tax on interest paid I a 17 Wall. 324, U. S. v. R. E. Co. 
by corporations, a I 

HAILE, MASON v. See Mason d. Haile. 
HAILBS V. VAlN WOBMEK, 80 Wall. 363. 

Patent law; "inventions." a | a92U.S. 353,EeckendorferuFaber 
HALE, BALDWIN v. See Baldwin v. Hale. 
HALE, BEALS v. See Beals v. Hale. 



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a 91 U. S. 114, liong v. Converse. 
6 92 U. S. 713, Hot Springs Cases. 



HAI/E V. GAINES, 88 H. 149. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State courts ; Federal qijestion. a 

Missouri land titles ; New Madrid 
locations; surveys. 6 

HAXIi V. AXLEN, 18 WaU. 458. 

Bankruptcy; no appeal to Su- a 15 Wall. 638, Mead W.Thompson, 
preme Court from the Circuit Court a 19 Wall. 286, Coit u. Robinson, 
exercising supervisory jurisdic- a 23 Wall. 160, Stickney ». Wilt. 
tion. a a 23 Wall. 29.?, Sandusky v. Bank. 

a 93 U. S. 348, Wiswall v. Camp- 
bell. 
HAII/, eOPPBIil. T. See Coppell v. Hall. 
HAIil., BMEKSON v. See Emerson «. Hall. 
HAXl, MOKSEIili V. See Morsell ii. Hall. 
HAtli V. BUSSBILX, 101 U. S. 503. 

Pre-emption ; rights of wife of I a 101 U. S. 520, Vance v. Burbank, 
settler; donations, a | 

HAI.I., WAGER V. See Wager v. Hall. 

HAM. & WORTH, V. S. v. See U. S. v. Hall & Wortli. 

HAXI.ECK, r. S. T. See U. S. ■». Halleok. 

HAXtETT V. BEEBE, 13 H. 85. . ■ 

States ; right over soil below high | a 23 Wall. 68, St. Clair ». Loving- 
water mark, a \ ston. 

HAJLLETT, MOBII.E V. See MobUe v. Hallett. 

HAXIEBURTON v. V. S., 13 WaU. 63. 

U. S.; suits against publicofflcers; I a 101 U. S. 549, E. R. Co. v. U. S. 
credits, a \ 

HAXtlDAT T. HAMILTON, 11 Wall. 564. 

Bills of lading, a | o 93 U. S. 582, The Idaho. 

HAIiSTEAB, BANK OF THE r. S. v. See Bank of the U. S. o. Halstead. 
HAMILTON, EX PARTE. See U. S. v. Hamilton. 
HAMILTON V. DILION, 81 WaU. 73. 

Internal revenue ; duties of Com- I a 100 U. S. 12, Soule v. U. S. 
missioner. a \ 

HAMILTON, HALLIDAT v. See Halliday v. Hamilton. 
HAMILTON V. MOORE, 3 DaU. 371. 

Supreme Court ; docketing ap- I a 99 U. S. 506, Grigsby v. Pnroell. 
peals and writs of error, a \ 

HAMILTON V. BXJSSELL, 1 Cr. 310. 

Fraud on creditors ; sale without 
possession, a 



a 3 Cr. 88, U. S. v. Hooe. 

a 11 Wh. 78, Brooks v. Marbury. 

a 20 H. 456, Warner v. Norton. 



HAMILTON, SOMERVrLlE v. See Somerville v. Hamilton. 
HAMILTON, SPAIN v. See Spain v. Hamilton. 
HAMILTON, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Hamilton. ' 



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HAMILTON CO. V. MASSACHUSETTS, 6 WaU 

Supreme Court; writ of errox- to 
State courts; Feileral question, a 

Constitution ; taxing power of 
tlie States. 6 

Taxation of corporations, c 



636. 

a 14 Wall. 21i Steines v. Franklin. 
a 14 Wall. 237, Caperton v. Bowyer 
b 20 Wall. 62, R. R. v. Maguire. 
c 95 U. S. 687, Farringtonu.Tenn. 



HAMPTON, THE, 5 WaU. 373. 

Prize ; capture overrides, a 



a 6 Wall. 498, The Battle. 



HAMPTON V. MoCONNEIX, 3 'WTi. 334. 



Constitution ; credit to be given 
judgments of State courts ; jurisdic- 
tion, a 



HAMPTON V. ROUSE, 13 Wall. 187. 



a 13 P. .324, McElmoyle v. Cohen. 

a 5 Wall. 302, Christmas w Russell 

a 18 Wall. 463, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 

a 21 Wall. 428, Michaels v. Post. 

a 91 IT. S. 661, Lamp Co. v. Brass 
Co. 



Supreme Court ; appeals ; joint 1 a 20 Wall. 157, Simpson v. Greeley, 
decrees, a I 



HAMPTON V. KOUSE, 15 -WaU. 686. 

Writs of error ; Supreme Court ; | as 91 U. 
amendment, a \ 

HANAUER V. DOANE, 13 WaU. 345. 

Contracts in aid of the rebellion ; 
void, a 



S. 24, Semmes v. U. S. 



a97U. 
HANAUER V. WOODRUFF, 10 W^aU. 483 



a 12 Wall. 357, Thomas v. Rich- 
mond. 

a 15 Wall. 444, HanaueruWoodruflf 

a 16 Wall. 150, Carlisle M. U. S. 

a 20 Wall. 463, Sprott v. U. S. 

a 92 U. S. 170, Whitfield v. U. S. 

a 96 U. S. 195, Dewing v. Perdica- 
ries. 
464, Keith v. Clark. 



Contracts; Confederate money 
good consideration, a 

Contracts in aid of the rebellion ; 
void. 6 

HANAUER v. W^OODRUIT, 15 WaU, 

War ; contracts in aid of the re- 
bellion, a 



a 14 Wall. 665, Delmas v. Ins. Co. 
6 20 Wall. 465, Sprott v. U. S. 
6 96 U. S. 195, Dewing v. Perdica- 
ries. 



a 19 Wall. 556, Confed. Note Case. 
a 91 U. S. 4, Wil. R. R. v. King. 
a 96 U. S. 195, Dewing v. Perdica- 
ries. 



HANDT, HARDING v. See Harding v. Handy. 
HANDSET V. ANTHONY, 6 Wh. 384 

Customs ; understanding of the 
vicinage may fix construction of 
right, a 

Boundaries; rivers, b. 



a 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 
b 13 H. 397, Howard v. Ingcrsoll. 
6 23 H. 514, Alabama v. Georgia. 
6 23 Wall. 63, St. Clair v. Loving- 
stou. 



HANDLIN T. WICmLUETE, 13 WaU. 173. 

Military; powers of. a \a 15 Wall. 384, Penny wit «. Eaton. 



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HANES, lANGDEAC v. See Langdeau v. Hanes. 
HAJVEY V. BAIT. S. PACKET CO., 83 H. 893 

Collision ; lookouts, a 

HANGEK V. ABBOTT, 6 Wall. 538. 

Statutes of limitation ; suspension 



a 3 Wall. 273, The Ottowa. 



dui'ina" tlic civil war. a 



a 9 Wall. 689, The Protector. 
a 10 Wall. 222, Brann v. Saiirvvein. 
a n Wall. 254, Levy v. Stewart. 
a 11 Wall. 50.S, Stewart i>. Kahii. 
a 11 Wall. 513, U. S. v. Wiley. 
a 14 Wall. 235, Caperton u. Bowyer 
a 15 Wall. 560, Adger v. Alston. 
a 18 Wall. 110, University «. Finch. 
a 22 Wall. 586, Eoss «. Jones. 
a 92 U. S. 115, Harrison v. Myer. 

HANTflBAX K. K. v. SWIFT, 18 WaU. 878. 

Railroads ; common carriers ; lia- i a 100 U. S. 29, E. E. Co. v. Fraloff. 
bility for loss of baggage, a \ 

HANNING, BAELBOAD CO. v. See Eailroad Co. v. Hanning. 

HANNIW^INKXB v. GEORGETOWN, 15 Wall. 648. 

Equity ; enjoining collection of I a 92 U. S. 613, State Eailroad Tax 
taxeii. a I Case. 

HANEICK V. BARTON, 16 Wall. 166. 

Texas titles ; extension of title ; I a 102 U. S. 360, Hunnicutt v. Pey- 
assignment; inchoate rights, a \ ton. 

HANSON, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Hanson. 

HAPPEKSETT, MINOR V. See Minor v. Happersett. 

HARBOR COMMISSIONERS, W^EBER v. See Weber v. Harbor Com'rs. 

HAECOURT V. GAXtARD, 18 WTi. 588. 



a 6 P. 706, U. S. v. Arredondo. 
6 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas, 
c 12 P. 714, Ehode Island u. Mass. 



Land laws; British and Spanish 
grants ; act of March 3, 1803. a 

Eft'eot of acquisition of territory 
on property. 6 

Boundaries of the U. S. are the 
States ; U. S. acquired no territory 
by treaty 1783. c 

HARDEMAN V. ANDERSON, 4 H. 640. 

Supersedeas, a a 11 H. 295. Hogan «. Eoss. 

a 16 H. 146, Adams m. Law. 

a 5 Wall. 189, exparteB.. E. Co. 

a 10 Wall. 292, Slanghter-Honse 
Cases. 

a 12 Wall. 100, French c. Shoe- 
maker. 

HARDEMAN v. HARRIS, 7 H. 787. 

Equity ; admissions ; answers, a | a 7 Wall. 212, Brown v. Pierce. 
HARDEMAN, HARRIS v. See Harris v. Hardeman. 
HARDEN V. FISHER, 1 Wh. 300. 

Treaty with Great Britain, 1794; I a9 Wh. 489, Hughes v. Edwards, 
alienage, a \ 

HARDENBERG, TEXAS v. See Texas v. Hardenberg. 



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10 p. 200. Boon v. Chiles. 
2 H. 416, Kaiulel v. Brown. 

5 H. 149, Veazie v. Williams. 
17 H. 137, Shields v. Bairow. 

6 Wali. 285, Barney v. Balt'ie. 
92 U. S. 695, Gai-feil v. Beall. 
94 U. S. 511, Allore v. Jewel. 

g 100 U. S. 528, Mount Pleasant v. 
Beck with. 

HARKNESS v. HYDE, 98 U. S. 476. 

Jui-isdiction of Congress over pub- I a 102 U. S. 146, Langford v. Mon- 
lic lands, a | teith. 

HAKMEK, MORRIS v. See Morris v. Harmer. 
HARMON, JOHNSON v. See Jolmson v. Harmon. 
HARMONT, BHTCHEL,!. v. See Mitchell d. Harmony. 
HARPENDING v. DUTCH CHURCH, 16 P. 439. 



HARDING V. HANDY, 11 Wh. 103. 




Equity ; allegata and probata 


a 


must agree, a 


b 


Liens on chattels. 6 


c 


Kesoission of contracts, c 


d 


Parties ; when proper, but not 


d 


necessary, d 


e 


Issues at law. e 


f 


Undue influence. / 


g 


Masters' reports, g 





U. S. courts; obligatory force of 
State decisions, a 



a 2 H. 106, Porterfield v. Clark. 
a 20 Wall. 143, K. B. v. E. R. 
a 97 U. S. 637, Davie u. Briggs. 
a 98 TJ. S. 235, Andrse v. RedfieUl. 
a 98 U. S. 471, Amy v. Dubuque. 



HARRIMAN, THE, 9 WaU. 161. 

Contracts; impossible perform- | a 13 Wall. 22, Boyden v. U. S. 
ance ; when excuse, a I 

HARRIMAN, SCHIILENBERG v. See Schnlenberg v. Harriman. 
BLARRIS V. DENNIE, 3 P. 399. 

U. S.; lien for duties ; construc- 



tion of sec. 62, act March 2, 1799. a 
Writs of error to State court; 
Federal question. 6 

Creditor cannot by attachment 
take goods on importation out of 
custody of U. S.; conflict of juris- 
diction, c 



a 4 P. 147, Harris v. D'Wolf. 
6 4 P. 410, Craig u., Missouri. 
6 5 P. 248, Fisher v. Cookrell. 
6 6 P. 41, Davis v. Packard, 
c 6 P. 279, Conard v. Ins. Co'. 
6 10 P. 368, Crowell v. Randell. 
6 12 H. 120, Williams v. Oliver, 
c 20 H. 596, Taylor v. Cariyl. 



HARRIS, HARDEMAN' v. See Hardeman v. Harris. 
HARRIS V. HARDEMAN, 14 H. 339. 



Jurisdiction ; notice, a 
When judgments cannot be at- 
tacked collaterally, b 



due 



HARRIS, RAXLROAD CO. v, 
HARRIS V. ROBINSON, 4 H, 

Negotiable paper ; notice ; 
diligence, a 

Regularity a question for the 
court. & 

HARRIS V. BUNNEI/S, 18 H. 79. 

>regotiable paper ; illegality, a I a 96 U, 
Contracts ; void by statute. 6 | 6 98 U. 



a 24 H. 205, Nations v. Johnson. 
6 18 Wall. 466, Thompson w. Wliit- 

man. 
6 20 Wall. 7, Habicli v. Folger. 
a 23 Wall. 136, Rayu Norse worthy 
a 91 U. S. 510, Earle «. McVeigh. 
a 95 U. S. 732, Peanoyer v. Neff. 

See EaiJroad Co. ^. Harris. 
345. 

a 9 H. 557, Lambert v. Ghiselin. 
6 18 H. 517, Watson ». Tarpley. 



S. 641, Mining Co. v. Bank 
S. 627, Bank u. Mathews. 



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HAKRISON, TBGE, 1 Wh. 898., 

Supreme Court; prize causes. a\ao Wall. 412, The Wm. Bagaley. 
HARRISON, CROSS T. See Gross v. Harrison. 
HARRISON, rOI-EY v. See Foley d. Harrison. 
HARRISON T. MYERS, 98 U. S. 111. 



Landlord and tenant; rent; dis- 
possession by military authorities, a 

HARRISON V. NIXON, 9 P. 483. 

Error; what errors appellate 
court will notice sua sponte; verdict 
must conform to issue, a 

Reversal ; generally can only be 
obtained by appellant. 6 

Proofs must correspond with al- 
legations, c 

Sup. Court ; reversal with leave 
to make new proofs, d 

Parties to suits ; how made, e 

HARRISON v. STBRRT, 6 Cr. 898. 

Conflict of laws ; bankrupt law of 
foreign country incapable of opera- 
ting on property in U. S. a 

Law governing contracts. & 

Bankruptcy of one partner; ef- 
fect on firm property, c 

Priority of the U. S. d 

HARRISON V. VOSE, 9 H. 378. 

Eevenue laws ; what is an impor- I 
tation. a \ 

HARSHMAN v. BATES CO., 98 U. S. 

County and municipal bonds in 
aid of railroads; subscriptions; ef- 
fect of consolidation, a 

Election by "two-thirds of the 
qualified voters " ; Missouri town- 
ship aid act. b 



\ a 101 U. S. 616, Gates v. Goodloe. 



05 4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 

6 5 Wall. 412, The Wm. Bagalev. 
c 9 Wall. 793, Rubber Co. v Good- 
year. 

d n Wall. 227, May ». Le Claire. 
& 12 Wall. 135, Mail Co. » Flanders 
a 12 Wall. 403, Barth v. Clisc. 
e 94 U. S. 21, ex parte Cutting. 
6 94 U. S. 599, The Stephen Mor- 
gan. 



a 12 Wh. 358, Ogden v. Saunders. 
6 5 P. 523, Smith «. Union Bank. 
a 17 H. 337, Booth ». Clark. 
a 16 Wall. 627, Crapo v. Kelly, 
e 22 Wall. 406, Amsinck v. Beau. 
d 92 U. S. 622, Lewis d. U. S. 



a 9 H. 629, Marriot v. Brune. 
a 8 Wall. 120, Waring v. Mayor. 

. 669. 

a 94 U. S. 691, Scotland Co. », 
Thomas. 

a 94 U. S. 806, East Lincoln v. 
Davenport. 

6 95 U. S. 365, Cass v. Johnston. 

a 97 U. S. 89, Bates v. Winters. 

6 99 U. S. 50-1, Wilson v. Sala- 
manca. 

6 101 U. S. 687, Douglass v. Pike. 
HART, ARTHUR v. See Arthur v. Hart. 
HART, BACON v. See Bacon v. Hart. 

HART, BAPTIST ASSOCIATION v. See Baptist Association v. Hart. 
HARX, PERKINS v. See Perkins v. Hart. 
HART,' V. S. T. See U. S. v. Hart. 
HART, WHITE v. See White v. Hart. 

HARTFORD BR. CO., EAST HART. v. See East Hart. v. Hart. Bridge Co. 
HARTFORD INS. CO., RIDDI-ESBERGER v. See Eiddlesberger v. Ins. Co. 
HARTFORD INS. CO., SCHACKER v. See Schijcker v. Hartford Ins. Co. 
HARTFORD INS. CO., SEMMES V. See Semmes v. Hartford Ins. Co. 



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HABTSHORN v. DAY, 19 H. 811. 

Patent law; licensees, a 
Fmiid or mistake in execution of 

(leeil ; when it may be sliovvu at 

law. 6 



a'20 H. 217, Dav o. Rubber Co. 

6 10 Wall. 383, R. R.Co. v. Trimble 



HAKTWEXIi, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Hartwell. 
HAHVEY, BUFMNGTON v. See Bufflngton v Harvey. 
HARVEY V. TYLER, 3 Wall. 338. 

Jurisdiction ; void and voidable 
judgments, a 

Suitiites ; retrospective opera- 
lion. 6 

Chaige of the court ; exceptions 
to. c 



a 10 Wall. 316, Cooper c. Reynolds 
6 17 Wall. 599, Sobn u. Watterson. 
a 18 Wall. 371, Galpin v. Page. 
6 20 Wall. 187, Twenty Per-ceufc 

Cases, 
c 93 U. S. 54, Beaver v. Taylor, 
c 93 U. S. 295, R. R.Co. v. Horst. 



HARVIB, THOMAS T. See Thomas v. Harvie. 
HABWOOD V. BAXLBOAI) CO., 17 Wall. 80. 

Equity; breacli of trust ; acqui- | a 17 Wall. 349, Hume ». Beale. 
escence ; laches, a | a 96 U. S. 618. Haywood t>. Bank. 

HASKEXIi, SEVrsB v. See Sevier v. Haskell. 
HATCH, BAUK. tr. S. v. See Bank U. S. «. Hatch. 
HAUGHTON, BEEBS v. See Beers u. Haughton. 
HAVEMEYEB v. IOWA CITY, 3 W^all. 894. 



Municipal and county aid to rail- 
roads ; validity of bonds ; decisions 
of the State courts ; when not fol- 
lowed by U. S. courts, a 



a 4 Wall, 275, Mitchell v. Burling- 
ton. 

a 16 Wall. 690, Olcott v. Supervis- 
ors. 



HAWES, I.ENDSET v. See Ijndsey v. Hawes. 
HAWBJNS V. BABNBY, 5 P. 457. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts; remedy, a 

Statutes of limitation ; law of 
forura. 6 



a 6 H. 331, I'lant. Bank v. Sharp. 
6 9 H. 413, Townsend u. Jemison. 
a 95 U. S. 633, Terry u. Anderson. 
6 98 U. S. 471, Amy u. Dubuque. 



HAWKIKS, V. S. V. See U. S. ■«. Havrkins. 
HAWXEY, MITCHEtt v. See Mitchell v. Hawley. 
HAYBTTBN'S CASE, 8 Dall. 409. 

Judicial power of the U. S. a | a 13 H. 49, U. S. v. Ferreira. 

HAYCEAET v. U. S., 83 WaU. 81. 

The civil war; cotton; capture, aia^'i U. S. 194, Lamar v. Brown. 

U 97 U. S. 58, Young v. U. S. 

HAYDEX, SUFEOI-K CO. v. See Suffolk Co. v. Hayden. 

HAYS V. PAC. MAIt S. S. CO., 17 H. 599. 



Constitution ; commerce ; taxa- 
tion by States of ships; what is 
property within the jinisdiction of 
taxing power, a 



a 11 Wall. 432, St. Louis v. Ferry 

Co. 
a 12 Wall. 213, St. Ton. Tax Cases. 
a 16 Wall. 477, Morgan v. Parliani. 
a 99 U. S. 282, Tr. Co. m. Wheeling 

HAYWAED, McCBACKEN v. See McOraclcen v. Hayward. 
HAYWOOD, SIGLEB v. See Sigler v. Haywood. 
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HAZARD T. NEW ENG. MAK. INS. CO., 8 P. 578. 

Insurance; what insurer bound I a S H. 245, Clark».Miinnf. Ins. Co. 
to know, o I 



HEAD V. PBOV. INS. CO., 

Corporations; powers, a 



8 Cr. 187 


. 


a 


a 12 Wli 




a 13 P. 




a 6H. 




a 9H. 




a21H. 



64, U. S. V. D!indnr]j;(!. 
584, Banl; v. Earle. 
318, Banks). Sliarp. 
177, Perrine v. Canal Co. 
442, Pearce v. K. K. Co. 

HEASNi: V. MAK. INS. CO., 80 WaU. 490. 

Equity ; jurisdiction to reform | a 98 U. S. 83, Ivinson v. Hutton. 
contracts; fraud; parol evidence, a | a 98 U. S. 89, Snell v. Ins. Co. 

HEATH, BEIN v. See Bein v. Heath. 

HECKEB V. EOWXEJJ, 1 Bl. 95. 

Supreme Court; will dismiss for I a 3 Wall. 105, Sparrow v. Strong, 
want of jurisdiction, a \ 

HEDKICK V. HUGHES, 15 Wall. 183. 

California ; Mexican land titles ; I a 98 IT. S. 14, Palmer v. Low. 
evidence of grant ; entries, a I 

HEIDEI.BACH, AM. BBIDGE CO. v. See Am. Bridge Co. v. Heidelbaoh. 

HEINE V. I.BVEB COMMISSIONERS, 19 'Wall. 660. 

U. S. coiu-ts ; authority over State I a 92 U. S. 615, Railroad Tax Cases, 
tax officers, a | 

HELEN, THE, TJ. S. v. See U. S. v. The Helen. 

HEI.I.MAN, MATER v. See Meyer v. Hellman. 

HEMMENWAY v. FISHER, 30 H. 858. 

Admiralty ; interest, a j a 2 Wall. 550, The Ann Caroline. 

HENDEBSON V. ANBEBSON, 3 H. 73. 

Negotiable paper; party to can- I a 1 Wall. 173, Sweeney v. Easter. 
not discredit by his own testimony .a | 



HENDEBSON v. MATfOR N. Y.. 98 IT 

Constitution ; regulation of com 
merce ; police power, a 
Imports; tax on. b 
Exclusive powers of Congress. ( 



HENDERSON V. MOORE, 5 Cr. 11. 

Error ; refusing new trial, or to 
continue a case, not assignable for 
error, a 



S. 865. 

a 92 U. S. 276, Chy Lnng ». Free- 
man. 
a 94 U. S. 542, Doyle v. Ins. Co. 
a 95 U. S. 470, Ea'ih'oad u. Husen. 
a 97 U. S. 34, Beer Co. v. Mass. 
a 97 U. S. 503, Patterson tJ.'Ky. 
6 97U. S. 572, Cooku. Penn. 
a 100 U. S. 679. Mach. Co. v. Gage, 
c 102 U. S. 702,' Mobile v. Kimball. 



Hollings- 



1 P. 165, Wright v. 
wortii. 

5 H. 223, Jones v. Van Zant. 

7H. 190, U. S. V. Chicago. 

1 Wall. 598, Poraeroy v. Bank. 

3 Wall. 105, Sparrow v. Stronir. 

7 Wall. 502, Ewing v. Howard. 
a 13 Wall. 604, Ins. Co. v. Barton. 
a 93 U. S. 301, Ind. R. R. v. Horst. 



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iajENDEKSON v. POINDEXTEB, 18 Wll. 530. 



' actual 



Cession act of Georgia ; 
settlers." a 

Eflfect of cession on property 
rights, b 

U. S. courts ; decisions on public 
boundaries, c 

Spanish grants ; wliile Spain was 
in wrongful possession, d 

Judgments ; power of court after 
term, e 

HENDERSON -r. TBNTifESSEB, 10 H. 311. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to a 20 H, 
State court; decision mustbe against 
the title set up or claimed 6i/ the 
losing party for himself, a 



a 1 P. 97, Hiclde ». Starlt. 
6 6 P. 706, U. S. V. Arredondo. 
c 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
d 3 H. 219, Pollard v. Hagan. 
ci 3 H. 756, Ilickie ». Stewart. 
e 6 H. 36, Bank U. S. v. Mass. 
d 9 H. 167, LaRocho v. Jones. 
d 10 H. 641, Robinson v. Minor. 



4, Wynn v. Morris. 
a 22 H. 160, Hale v. Gaines. 
a 1 Bl. 473, Verden v. Coleman. 
a 91 U. S. 114, Long v. Converse. 



HENDEBSON'S TOBACCO, 11 Wall. 657. 

Statutes; repugnancy; repeal, a I a 17 Wall. 431, State ». StoU. 

I a 20 Wall. 617, Murdockc. Memphis 

HENDBEN, N. T. LIEB INS. CO. v. See N. T. Life Ins. Co. u. Hendren. 
HENSBICKS, CASTBO v. See Castro v. Hendricks. 
HENDBICKSON v. HINCKLEY, 17 H. 443. 

Equity ; enjoining judgments, a | a 94 U. S. 653, Crim «. Handley. 

HENNEN, EX PAKTE, 13 P. 361. 

Officers ; when power to appoint I a 4 Wall. 632, Ware v. U. S. 
Includes power to remove, a \ 

HENNEN, GAINES T. See Gaines v. Hennen. 
HENBT CO. V. NICHOIiAT, 95 V. S, 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads; Missouri Constitution 1865. a 

Elections to authorize subscrip- 
tion ; two-thirds vote. 6 

Etfect of consolidation of roads, c 



619.^ 

a 96 U. S. 685, EayCo.uVansyde 
a 97 U. S. 278, Macon Co. u Shores 
6 99 U. S. 220, Supv. v. Galbraith. 
b 100 U. S. 590, Cass Co. v. Gillett. 
c 101 U. S. 91, Empire v. Darling- 
ton. 



HENSHAW V. BISSELl, 18 WaU. 267. 



I.andtitles; -'floating grants." a 

Estoppel. 6 

Limitations ; statute does not run 
until title is perfected, c 
HENSBLAW, ELIASON v. See Eliason v. Hensliaw. 
HENSLEB, ANDBEWS v. See Andrews u. Hensler, 
HEPBTJBN v. AULD, 1 Cr. 321. 

Tender of payment, a 
HEPBUBN V. ACXD, 5 Cr. 370. 

Specific performance, a 



a 92 U. S. 477, Miller v. Dale. 
6 93 U. S. 336, Brant v. Iron Co. 
c 98 U. S. 16. Palmer v. Low. 



a 1 Wh. 178, Hepburn v. Dunlap. 



a I Wll. 178, Hepburn v. Dunlap. 
a 2 Wh. 297, Morgan v. Morgan. 



HEPBUBN, DUBOIS v. See Dubois v. Hepburn. 
HEBBUBN V. DUNI-AP, % Wh. 179. 



Land; legal title; when equity 
will not take away, a 
Jurisdiction of equity, b 
Rescission, c 



a 12 P. 294, Galloway v. Pinley. 
6 6 H. 117, Davis v. Tiletson. 
c 15 Wall. 379, Kimball v. West. 



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HEPBURN V. ELIiZEY, 8 Cr. 453. 

District of Columbia ; citizen of, a 5 H. 374, Scatt v. Jones, 
not a citizen of a "State." a a 6 Wall. 286, Barney v. Baltitn'e 

a 12 Wall. 86, K. K. Co. v. Harris 

HEPBURN V. GRISWOU), 8 Wall. 606. 

Constitution ; powers of Con- I a 12 Wall. 539, Leo;al Teiicler Gas. 
gi-ess; legal tender, a 1 

HEPBURN, MIMA QUEEN v. See Mima Queen v. Hepburn. 
HEPBURN T. SCHOOI. DIRECTORS, 83 Wall. 483. 

National banks ; assessment of I a 94 U. S. 417, People v. Com'rs. 
sliai-es for taxation, a | a 9.5 U. S. 21, Adams u. Nashville. 

HERBERT, BAJVK OP ALEXANDRIA v. See Bank otAlex. v. Herbert. 
HERNANDEZ, MONTGOMERY v. See Montgomery i). Hernandez. 
HERNDON V. HOWARD, 9 WaU. 664. 

Supreme Court; substitution of I a 12 Wall. 382, Knox v. Bank. 
assignee In bankruptcy as a party, a I 
HERNDON, MASTERSON v. See Masterson v. Hemdon. 
HERNDON V. REOGWAT, 17 H. 484. 



a 20 H. 214, Chaffee v. Hayvvard. 
6 18 Wall. 580, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 



U. S. courts ; jurisdiction ; non 
resident defendants ; service, a 

Removal; severance, b 
HERRON, U. S. V. See U. S. ». Herron. 
HEBVEY V. RHODE ISLAND tOC. WORKS, 93 U. S. 664. 

Chattel raoi-tgages; recordhig. a | a 99 U. S. 250, Fosdick ». Schall. 
HETH, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Heth. 
HETTICH, EVANS v. See Evans v. Hettioh. 
HIATTS, BROWN v. See Brown v. Hiatts. 
HIAWATHA, THE, 8 Bl. 67'i'. 

Prize ; violation of blockade, a \a3 Wall. 615, The Admiral. 

HICKEY v. STEWART, 3 H. 768. 

Judgments; setting aside after 
terjn. a 

Jurisdiction. 6 

Spanish grants north 81 degrees : 
validity of. c 



HICKIE V. STARKE, 1 P. 98. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State court ; Federal question, a 

Land titles; confirmation to 
"actual settlers ;" how settlement 
must be shown. 6 

HICKMAN V. JONES, 9 WaU. 801. 

Jury; when the judge bound to 
leave a case to the jury, a 
Acts in aid of the rebellion void. 6 

HICKS V. KELSBY, 18 WaU. 670. 

Patent law; "inventions." a 



a en. 36, Bank U. S. v. Moss. 
6 8 H. 531, Williamson v. Beny. 
c 9 H. 167, La Roche v. Jones, 
c 10 H. 641, Robinson v. Minor. 
b 18 Wall. 467, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 



a 10 P. 369, Crowell v. Randell. 
6 16 H. 507, Guitard v. Stoddard. 



a 94 U. S. 284, Com'rs v. Clark. 
a 95 U. S. 238, Ins. Co. v. Rodel. 
96 U. S. 195, Dewing v. Perdic- 

aries. 
102 U. S. 419, Daniels v. Tearuey 

a 92 U. S. 354, Reckendorfer v. 

Faber. 
a 94 U. S. 198, Dunbar v. Myers. 



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HICKS, STJMNEB v. See Samner v. Hicks. 
HIGGKSTBOTTAM, FOTVXEB v. See Fowler v. Higginbottam. 
HIGGS, HUGH v. See Hugh v. Higgs. 
HIGUEBAS V. U. S., S "WaU. 887. 

California ; Mexican titles ; char- 
acter of grants, a 

Concessions; location; surveys, b 



a 8 Wall. 339, Alviso v. U. S. 
a 92 U. S. 457, Williams v. U. S. 
6 98 U. S. 214, Snyder u. Sickles. 
6 101 U. S. 804, Trenier U.Stewart 



HHit, NELSON V. See Nelson v. Hill. 
HIMj t. SMITH, 81 H. 885. 

Guaranty; demurrer to action | 
on. a I 



a 21 H. 490. 



Clearwater v. Mere- 
dith. 



HTLL T. THOMPSON, 94 TJ. S. 388. 

Bankruptcy; supervisory juris- I a98 U. S. 369, Clev. Ins. Co. v. 
diction of the Circuit Court, a \ Globe Ins. Co. 



ITTT.T. T. TUCKEB, 13 H. 458. 

Executors and administrators ; 
appointment in different jurisdic- 
tions ; judgments against, a 

HUX V. V. S., 9 H. 389. 

Government cannot be sued ex- 
cept by its consent, o 

HTMEIiT, BOSE v. See Eose d. Himely. 
HIMELET V. BOSE, 5 Cr. 319. 

Supreme Court ; mandate ; sec- j a 6 H. 36, Bank U. S. ». Moss, 
ond writ of error, a | a 17 Wall. 284, Tyler v. Magvvire. 

HINCKXEY, HENDEICKSON v. See Hendrickson v. Hinckley. 
HTNDE v. LONGWOBTH, 11 Wh. 199. 



a 13 H. 469, Godall v. Tucker. 



a 11 H. 287, Reeside v. Walker. 
a 6 WaU. 488, U. S. v. Ecliford. 

t 



Conveyances in fraud of credit- 
or.s. a 

Exceptions to admission of evi- 
dence. 6. 



a 12 P. 178, Clarke v. White. 
a 13 H. 97, Parish v. Murphree. 
b 20 WaU. 133, Burton v. Driggs. 
a 91 U. S. 485, Lloyd v. Pulton. 
a 94 TJ. S. 2S, Humes v. Scruggs. 



HXNDE, MJiXLON v. See Mallon v. Hinde. 
HINDB V. TATTIEB, 5 P. 398. 

Eviilence ; laws of the U.S. a | as 14 H. 412, Ennis v. Smith. 
HINDE, VATTEEE V. See Vattier o. Hinde. 
HINE AND TBEVOB, THE, 4 WaU. 465 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; ebb and 
flow of tide ; navigable waters 



Remedy in State courts for en- 
forcementof maritime contracts, b 

Attaclimeut of vessels not a pro- 
ceeding ill admiralty, c 



a 7 WaU. 289, R. R. Co. v. 

Schurmier. 
a 7 WaU. 641, The Belfast. 
a 8 Wall. 20, The Eagle. 
a 10 Wall. 563, The Daniel Ball. 
& 11 WaU. 191, Leon v. Galceran. 
fi 15 WaU. 384, Pennywiti) Eaton 
b 16 WaU. 531, St. Co. v. Chase. 
6 21 Willi. 556, Edwards v. Elliott 
b 93 U. S. 366, Norton v. Switzer 
a 102 U. S. 119, Schoonmaker v. 

Gilmore. 



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HINSON T. LOTT, S Wall. 151. 

Constitution; "'privileges and 
iramiinities." a 
Tax on imports, b 



HIPP V. BABCN, 19 H. 878. 

Equity; no jurisdiction where 
complete remedy at law. a 

Objection can be raised at any 
time, b 



HIRAM, THE, 1 Wh. 440. 

Judgments ; mistake ; equity ju- 
risdiction, a 

HIKIAKT T. BAULOTT, 9 P. 1S6. 

Louisiana; practice of U. S. 
courts ; act of 1824. a 
Jury trial ; waiver of. 6 
Supreme Court ; final decrees, c 

HITCHCOCK T. GAITESTON, 96 V. S. 341. 



a 12 Wall. 429, Ward v. Maryland 
6 13 Wall. 34, Low v. Austin. 
6 97 U. S. 573, Cook v. Ponn. 
6 100 IT. S. 438, Guy v. Baltimore. 
6 100 U. S. 678, Macb. Co. v. Gage 

a 2 Bl. 551, Parker v. Cotton Co. 
a 1 Wall. 22, Wright v. Ellison. 
a 7 Wall. 618, Moj'gan v. Beloit. 
a 13 Wall. 621, Ins. Co. v. Bailey. 
a 15 Wall. 228, Oelrichs t-. Spain. 
a 15 Wall. 375, Gi-and Chute v. 

Winegar. 
a 16 Wall. 435, U. S. v. Hnckabee. 
6 17 Wall. 284, Tyler v. Ma-wire. 
a 23 Wall. 470, Lewis v. Cocks. 
a 98 U. S. S3, Ivinson v. Hutton. 

a 101 U. 8. 584, Walden v. Skinner 



ffi 9 P. 652, Livingston v. Story. 
b 12 Wall. 281, Kearney v. Case, 
c 23 Wall. 288, 'i'homas v. Wool- 
dridge. 



Municipal corporations ; power 
to contract, a 
Powertoissue negotiable bonds. 6 



a 98 U. S. 315, Little Eock». Bank 
b 99 U. S. 159, U. S. v. Tort Scott. 



HOAG, SATTSTEK v. See Sawyer ■c. Hoag. 
HOBABT V. DKOGAW, 10 P. HI. 



Admiralty jurisdiction; maritime 
contracts; pilotage, a 

Appeals in salvage cases discour- 
aged. 6 



a 6 H. 378, Nav. Co. v. Bank. 
b 19 H. 156, Post V. Jones. 
6 8 Wall. 479, The Comanche. 
a 13 Wall. 243, ex parte McNeil. 



HOBBY, KEI.SEY v. See Kelsey v. Hobby. 

HOBOKEK CO., BRIDGE PRO. V. See Bridge Pro. v. Hoboken Co. 
HOBOKEN LAND CO., MURRAY v. See Murray „. Hoboken Land Co. 
HOBSOK M. McABTHDR, 16 P. 195. 

Equity; general relief, a I « 17 H. 455, Stevens ». Gladdin? 

Dismissal of b>ll without preju- 6 7 Wall. 110, Durant«Essex Co. 
^"'^- ^ I a 96 U. S. 615, Hayward v. Bank. 

HODGE, COOMBS v. See Coombs v. Hodge. 
HODGE, U. S. T. See U. S. v. Hodge. 
HODGE V. WILHAMS, 88 H. 87. 



Supreme Court ; citation ; service 
of. a 
Amendment of writ of error, b 



HODGES. NICHOLLS v. See Nicholls v. Hodges. 



a 6 Wall. 496, Washington v Den- 

, nison. 

b 11 Wall. 86, The Protector. 



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HODGSON V. BUTTS, 3 Cr. 150. 

Virginia ; mortotage of jjersoiial | a 13 P. 110, Bank of U. S. v. Lee. 
proporty 



a 4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 
6 2 Wall. 1S6, Sheets v. Selden. 



recording, a | 

HODGSON, DTJI.ANT v. See Dulany v. Hodgson. 
HODGSON V. DEXTER, 1 Cr. 34S. 

Public agents ; liability, a 
Wlien their ac's are tliose of tlie 
State. 6 

HODGSON, MAKINE INS, CO. v. See Marine Ins. Co. •!;. Hodgson. 

HODGSON, MOCNTZ v. See Mountz v. Hodgson. 

HODGSON, ORR v. See Orr v. Hodgson. 

HODSON, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Hodson. 

HOEY, McBRIDE v. See McBride v. Hoey. 

HOFFSIAN, V. S. v. See U. S. v. Hoffman. 

HOGAJS^ V. PAGE, a ■Wan. 607. 

Land titles ; patents and patent 
certiflcates; "legal representa- 
tives;" enuremeut. a 



a 19 Wall. 14-5, Carpenter »Rannels 
a 22 Wall. 261, Connoyer v Schaffer 



HOGAN V. ROSS, 11 H. 397. 

Writs of error ; Supreme Court ; 
no power in the U. S. courts to dis- 
pense with provisions of tlie acts 
regulating, a 

Supersedeas. 6 

HOGAN V. ROSS, 13 H. 181. 

Pleading; where plea only an- 
swers part of the declai-ation. a 

HOGG V. EMERSON, 6 H. 437. 

Patent law ; writs of error; spe- 
cifications ; combinations, a I 

HOGSHEADS OF SUGAR, BOTI.E v. See 30 Hogsheads of Sugar v. Boyle. 

HOHNBACH, ERSKINE v. See Erskine v. Hohnbach. 

HOI.BROOK, McNEILIi v. See McNeill v. Holbrook. 

HOtCOMBE, TRACY v. See Tracy v. Holcombe. 

HOtl/AND, FIELD V. See Field v. Holland. 

HOLMDAY T. BATSON, 4 H. 645. 

AVrits of error and appeals; all I u 12 H. 21, Smith v. Clark. 



a 12 H. 389, Saltmar.sli v. Tntliill. 
6 10 Wall. 291, Slaughter-IIoHse 

Cases. 
b 12 Wall. 100, French D Shoemaker 
6 93 U. S. 88, Kitchen v Randolph 
6 93 U. S.417, Sage v. II. R. 

a 7 Wall. 91, Aurora v. West. 



a 11 H. 603, Hogg v. Emerson. 



parties must bo named, a 



a 11 Wall. 87, The Protector. 



HOri-IDAY, U. S. T. See U. S. v. Holliday. 
HOLIINGSWORTH t. BABBOUR, 4 P. 466. 



Jurisdiction; judgment witliout 
notice; void and voidable judg- 
ments, a 



a 14 II. 337, Harris v. Hardeman. 
a 24 H. 205, Nations v. Johnson, 
a 91 U. S. 508, Earle v. McVeigh. 



HOLMNGSWORTH v. VIRGINIA, 3 DaU. 378. 

Sup. Ct. ; suits between States, a | a 1 P. 110, Georgia w. Madrazo. 
HOLLINGSWORTH, WRIGHT T. See Wriglit v. HoUingsworth. 
HOLMAN, WATKINS v. See Watkins v. Holman. 
HOI^MX, FENN V. See Fenu v. Holme. 



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HOLMES V. JENNISON, 14 P. 568. 

Constitution ; police power, a 
Power to regulate commerce; 

when the powers of Congress are 

exclusive. 6 
Supreme Court ; value of matter 

in dispute means a property valne. c 
What is a "suit." d 
"Treaty-maliing power." e 

HOLBEES V. TKOUT, ? P. ai8. 

Boundaries; monuments, a 
HOLMES, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Folmes. 
HOLTOKE CO. v. LYMAN, 



o 5 H. 618, Liceus(! Cases. (Opin. 

Woodbury, J.) 
6 7 H. 392, Passenger Cas. (Opin. 

McLean, J.) 
c 1 Bl. 272, Pratt v. Fitzliugh. 
d 4 Wall. 113, ex parte Millegan. 
e 17 Wall. 243, Holden v. Joy. 
d 91 U. S. 375, Kohl v. U. S. 

a 9 H. 467, Doe v. Mobile. 



15 "Wall. 519. 

Constitution ; corporate charters ; la 99 U. S. 720, Siiiliing Fund Ca*. 
legislative power over, a | o 101 U. S. .539, R. R. Co. v. Phila. 

HOME OF THE FKIENDLESS v. ROUSE, S WaU. 430. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; exemption from taxation, a 



a 13 Wall. 37G, Salt Co. v. East 

Sa'.;iuaw. 
a 15 Wall. 4.58, Toinlinson « Jessup 
a 21 Wall. 498, R. R. v. Penn. 
a 93 U. S. 223, Morgan j; Louisiana 
a 95 U. S. 690, Farringtou v. Tenn 

93 U. S. 116. 

Supreme Court ; writs of error to I a 102 U. S. 417, Daniels v. Tearney 
State courts ; Federal question, a \ 

HOMER T. COLLECTOR, 1 Wall. 486. 



HOME INS. CO. T. ATTGirSTA, 



Revenue laws ; construction ; ar- 
ticles "ejusdem generis." a 



a 13 Wall. 165, Reiche v. Smythe. 

a 95 U. S. 147, Movius v. Arthur. 

a 96 U. S. Ill, Arthur v. Movius. 

a 96 U. S. 113, Arthur v. Lahcy. 

a 96 U. S. 127, Arthurs. Stephaul. 

HOMESTEAD CO. v. VALLEY CO., 17 WaJl. 163. 



Grants by Congress to States for 
railroads ; Des Moines River grant 
to Iowa, a 



a 101 U. S. 767, Wolsey v. Chap- 
man. 
a 101 U. S. 774, Litchfield v. Web- 
ster Co. 
HONEY, SMITH v. See Smith v. Honey. 

HOFPNAGLE v. ANDERSON, 7 Wll. 813. 

Land laws; patent is an appro- 



priation of the laud, a 

Patent unassailable at law by any 
title after its emanation. 6 

Warrants; when their illegality 
can be inquired into after patent, c 



a 9 Wh. 502, Stephens v. McCargo 
o 3 P. 336, Stringer u. Young. 
6 6 P. 672, Lindsey v. Miller, 
c 6 P. 706, U. S. V. Arredondo. 
c 12 P. 294, Galloway v. Finley. 
c 15 P. 104, Brush v. Wear, 
c 20 H. 265, Spenser v. Lapslev. 



HOOE, TJ. S. V. See U. S. v Hooe. 
HOOK, PAYNE v. See Payne v. Hook. 
HOOPER V. SCHEIMEK, 33 H. 348. 

ent^" a' ™"'^^' *'^"*^'''"^"' ' l"*'" I « 1 Bl. 346, Clagett v. Kilbourne. 
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HOOVER V. WEST, 91 V. S. 308. 

Bankruptcy ; fraudulent prefer- i a 102 U. S. 268, Eogei's v. Palmer, 
euces. a 



HOPE, THE. See Columbia Ins. Co. v. Ashby. 
HOPE rSS. CO. V. BOAKDMAN, 5 Cr. 57. 



TJ. S. coui'ts ; juriscliction where 
a corporation is a party; citizen- 
ship, a 

HOPKINS T. tEE, 6 Wll. 116. 

Decrees in chancery ; conclusive- 
ness of ; res judicata, a 



HOPKIRK V. BEIX, 3 Cr. 458. 

War; effect on contracts; sus- 1 
pension of remedy ; limitations, a \ 

HOPPET, THE, V. U. S., 7 Cr. 389. 

Admiralty; if an act inflicts a 
forfeiture of vessel for an imjjorta- 
tion with knowledge of the master, 
this knowledge must be averred in 
libel, a 

Informations. 6 



a 20 H. 231, Covington Drawbridge 
Co. V. Sheppartl. 
a 8 Wall. 178, Paul v. Virginia. 



a 12 P. 491, ex parte Sibbold. 
a 1 H. 147, Bank U. S. v. Bevely. 
a 7 H. 215, Smith v. Kernichen. 
a 16 H. 74, Pennington v. Gibson. 
a 24 H. 579, Gaines v. Hennen. 
a 7 Wall. 101, Aurora v. West. 

u, 6 Wall. 541, Hanger v. Abbott. 
a 10 Wall. 222, Braunu. Sauerwein 



a 1 Cr. 570, The Anne v. IT. S. 
& 9 Wh. 391, The Merino. 
6 5 Wall. 68, U. S. v. Weed. 
6 16 Wall. '431, U. S. v. HucUabee. 
6 20 Wall. 110, Confiscation Cases. 
& 95 U. S. 586, U. S. v. Mann. 



HOKN, BAJSK OF TENNESSEE v. See Bank of Tennessee v. Horn. 
HOKN V. liOCKHAKT, 17 WaU. 580. 



The civil war ; what acts of the 
Confederate States valid, a 
Acts in aid of the rebellion void . 6 
Executors; liability for invest- 
ments in Confederate securities, c 



a 
a 
a 
h 
a 
a 
a 
c 

HOKNBUCKLE V. TOOMBS, 18 WaU. 

a 
a 
a 
a 



Territorial courts; whether gov- 
erned by equity rules, a 
District of Columbia courts. & 



22 WaU. 103, U. S. v. Ins. Co. 
22 Wall. 491, Taylor v. Thomas. 
91 U. S. 596, Boiling v. Lersner. 
91 U. S. 642, Knotts v. Stearns. 

96 U. S. 192, Williams v. Braffy. 

97 U. S. 464, Keith v. Clark. 

99 U. S. 190, Ketchum v Buckley 
99 U. S. 571, McBurney !) Carson 

6S». 

18 Wall. 
95 U. S. 
98 U. S. 



661, Davis v. Bilsland. 
98, Good V. Martin. 
154, Reynolds v. U. S. 
100 U. S. 103, Hurt v. HoUings- 
worth. 
6 102 U. S. 068, Page v Burnstine. 



HORNSBT V. U. S., 10 WaU. 338. 

California ; Mexican titles ; im- I a 
perfect grants ; how divested, a \ a 



18 Wall. 263, HensIiawB. Bissell. 
97 U. S. 217, McMicken v. U. S. 



HOKNTHAI.! v. THE COH/ECTOK, 9 WaU. 564. 



a 12 Wall. 8, Coll'r v. Hubbard. 
b 12 Wall. 135, Mail Co. v Flanders 
a 98 U. S. 225, Andras v. Kedtield. 

HOKST, INDIANAPOIiIS B. K. v. See Indianapolis E. E. v. Horst. 
HOBWITZ, BTJTLBB v. See Butler v. Horwitz. 



Suit to recover back duties, o 
U. S. courts; jurisdiction; citi- 
zenship, b 



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HOTCHKISS v. 

Patent law ; 



GKEESfWOOD, 

" inventions." 



11 H. »48. 



HOT SPRINGS CASES, 93 U. S. 698 

Pre-emption of land reserved, a 
HOUGH, liLOYB v. See Lloyd.i!. Hougli. 
HOUGHTON T. JONES, 1 Wall. 702. 

Evidence; ci-oss-examination. a 

HOUSE v. MULtEN, 2S Wall. 43. 

Parties; reversals for want of 
proper parties by Supreme Couit. a 



a 18 Wall. 674, Hieks v. Kelsey. 

a 23 Wall. 563, Collar Co. b. Van 
Dusen. 

a 91 U. S. 41, Brown v. Piper. 

a 92 U. S. 352, Keckendorfer v Fa- 
be r. 

a 93 U. S. 492, Smith v. Dental Co 
a 94 U. S. 197, Dunbar v. Myers. 



a 93 U. S. 4, Gaines v. Hale. 



a 100 U. S. 626, Wills v. Russell. 



a 97 U. S. 426, Kendig ». Dean, 
a 97 U. S. 457, Keith v. Clark. 
a 102 U. S. 563, Goodman v. Nib- 
lack. 



HOUSEMAN, CtATMN v. See Claflin v. Houseman. 
HOUSEMAN V. THE NOKTH CAROLINA, 15 P. 49. 



Admiralty ; right of agent of ab- 
sent owners to libel, a 

Salvage ; in whose name libel 
should l3e tiled. 6 

Increase of damages; who can 
apply for. c i 

Stipulations, d 

HOUSTON V. CITY BANK, 6 H. 504. 

Bankrupt court ; mortgages, a 

HOUSTON V. MOORE, 3 Wli. 433. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a 

HOUSTON V. MOORE, 5 Wh. 1. 

Militia; calling out; "requisi- 
tion " of the President, a 

Constitution ; concurrent pow- 
ers. 6 

Rights of the States to legislate 
on subjects delegated to the U. S., 
in absence of action by Congress, f 



a 21 H. 355, McKinlcy ». Morrish. 
b 10 Wall. 11, The Blackwell. 
a 14 Wall. 109, The Thame.-;, 
a 14 Wall. 266, Vaughan v. The 

Telcgriipli. 
c 91 U. S. 36ff, Tho D. R. Martin. 
d 95 U. S. on. The Wanata. 
d 99 U. S. 43, U. S. v. Ames. 

a 23 Wall. 134, Ray ». Nosewortliy 
a 11 H. 28, U. 8. v. Girault. 



a]2Wh. 19, M-.irtin u. Mott. 

b 14 P. 561, Holmes v. Jennison. 

c 16 P. 608, Piigg r.Comra. Penn. 

c 5 H. 573, License Cases. (Opin. 
Taney, Ch. J.) 

c 7 H. 392, Pas'ger Cases. (Opin. 
McLean, J.) 

c 12 H. 311, Cooley v. Wardens. 

b 3 Wall. 730, Gihnan v. Phila. 

c 93 U. S. 141, Claflin v. House- 
man. 

HOWARD, HBRNBON t. See Herndon i>. Howard. 
HOWARD, MASTBRSON v. See Masterson „. Howard. 
HOWARD, PEYROUX v. See Peyroux v. Howard. 
HOWARD, RAILROAD CO. v. See Railroad Co. v. Howard. 
HOWARD, RANDELL v. See Randell v. Howard. 
HOWARD, RUBBER TIP PENCIL CO. v. See Rubber Tip Co. .. Howard. 



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HOWAKD, SPECHT v. See Specht v. Howajd. 
HOWE, FREEMJU* v. See Freeman v. Howard. 
HOWEM,, BAKCLAY v. See Barclay v. Howell. 
HOWXAND, U. S. V. See U. S. a. Howland. 
HOTT, EX PAKTE, 13 P. 879. 

Mandamus ; will not lie to direct 
a judge as to tlie exercise of his 
discretion, a 

HOTT, BEND v. See Bend v. Hoyt. 
HOTT, GELSTON v. See Gelstou v. Hoyt, 
HOTT, RANKIN v. See Bankln v. Hoyt. 
HOTT V. SHEXDON, 1 Bl. 518. 

Supreme Court ; writs of error to 
State courts ; Federal question, a 

HOTT V. V. S., 10 H. 109. 

Public officers ; bonds ; sureties ; 
Treasury transcripts, a 
Extra compensation. 6 
Collectors, c 



a 22 H. 181, Crawford U.Addison. 
a 14 Wall. 165, ex parte ISfewman. 
a 101 U. S. 720, exparte Railway. 



a 10 Wall. 
a 21 Wall. 



510, Messengers. Mason 
550, Edwards ». Elliott. 



13 H. 479, U. S. u. Hodge. 

17 H. 438, Bruce v. U. S. 
7 Wall. 3-12, tJ.S.M. Shoemaker. 

19 Wall. 213, U. S. v. Gaussen. 

23 Wall. 399, Donovan v. U. S. 
a 100 U. S. 11, Soule v. U. 8. 
a 102 U. S. 554, U. S. v. Piiison. 



u. 8 Wall. 314. Mandelbaiun y.Tlie 

People. 
a 16 Wall. 165, Garnharts v. U. S. 
6 21 Wall. 5.52, Edwards v. Elliott. 
a 93 U. S. 17, Fuller v. Claflin. 



HOZBT V. BUCHANAN, 16 P. 217. 

Error ; striking out of an answer 
valid defense, a 

Supreme Court ; amendment of 
judgment by court below after writ 
of error. 6 

HUBBARD, CHURCH v. See Churcli d. Hubbard. 
HUBBARD, COUjECTOR v. See Collector v. Hubbard. 
HUCEABEE, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Huckabee. 
HUDDIiESON, ATCHTNSON v. 'See Atchinson v. Huddleson. 
HUDGINS T. BJEMP, 18 H. 530. 

Supreme Court appeal ; a matter 
of right, a 

Supersedeas. 6 



HUDSON V. GUESTIER, 4 Cr. 293. 

Prize ; sale before condemna- 1 
tion. a ' 

HUDSON V. GUESTIER, 6 Cr. 883. 

Admiralty; sentences in rem. a 



a 6 Wall. 107, U. S. b. Adams. 
6 9 Wall . 291, Slaughter -House 

Oq ope 

6 19 Wall. 427, Tel. Co. v. Ey.«er. 
6 93 TJ. S. 88, Kitchen u Randolph 



a 13 H. 512, Jeckeri). Montgomery. 



a 7 Cr. 432, Williams v. Amroyd. 
a 12 P. 738, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
a 23 Wall. 465, The Rio Grande, 

a I a 17 Wall. 283, Tvler v. Magwire. 
I a 102 U. S. 107, Brooks y. R.R Co. 

HUDSON, U. S. V. See U. S. ■a. Hudson. 

HUDSON & GOODWIN, U. S. v. See U. S. a. Hudson & Goodwin. 

ETUDSON RIVER BB. CO., SILI-IMAN v. See SilUman «. Hudson River Br. Co. 

HUERTA8, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Huertas. 



HUDSON V. GUESTIER, 7 Cr. 1. 

Supreme Court ; rehearings. 



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HUFF V. HUTCHINSON, 14 H. 587. 

Jurisdiction; jiKlgmenta. a 
U. S. courts ; citizensliip ; admin- 
istrators, h 
Judgments of IT. S. courts, c 



a 5 Wall. 305, Christmas v. Russell 
ft 13 Wall. 67, Rice o. Houston, 
c 91 U, S. 661, Lamp v. Brass Co. 



HUGFB V. SOUTH CAROLINA, 3 Dall. 371. 

Supreme Court; suits against I a 5 P. 287, JST. Jersey u. N. York. 
States; process, a \ 

HUGG V. AUGUSTA INS. CO., 1 H. 695. 

Marine insurance; insurance on | a 22 H. 116, Ins. Co. ». Mordecai 
freight ; at what time applied, a 6 19 Wall. 643, Ins. Co. u.Foo'artv 
Totalloss. h B }■ 



HUGH T. HIGGS, 8 Wh. 697. 

Equity ; action at law on a de- 
cree, a 

HUGHES T. BtAKE, 6 Wh. 468. 

Equity pleading, a 

When an answer is evidence. 6 



HUGHES V. EDWARDS, 9 Wh. 489. 

Equity; stale claims; laches; 
when right to redeem barred, a 

Presumption of grant; lapse of 
time. 6 

Aliens; right to hold property; 
foreclosure by. c 

Equity; jurisdiction to prevent 
fraud ; parol evidence, d 

Mortgage ; alienation of property 
mortgaged; how lien enforced, e 



a 16 H. 74, Pennington v. Gibson. 



a 10 P. 200, Boon v. Cliilos. 
a 14 P. 2.51. Rhode Island v. Mass 
6 2 Wall. 430, Tobey v. Leonards 
b 16 Wall. 30, Voorhees v. Bone- 
steel. 
6 99 U. S. 206, Godden v. Kiminell. 



44, Willison v. WatUiiis. 
480, Pavton v. Stitli. 
413, Piatt V. Vat tier. 
180, Boon V. Cliilcs. 
189, Bowman v. Watlieii. 
294, Zcller v. Eckert. 
102, Neilson v. Lagow. 
576, Slicerw. Bank. 
S. 336, Pcugh V. Davis. 
S, 516, Brick u. Brick. 
S. 489, Hauensteiu!). Lyn- 

hnm. 
S. 640, Bank v. Creswell. 



a 


3P 


a 


5P 


a 


9 P. 


a 


10 P 


a 


IH 


b 


4H 


c 


12 H 


a 


16 H 


d 


96 U. 


d 


98 U 



c 100 U, 

e 100 U. 

). Hughes. 
v. Hughes. 



a 7 Wall. 109, Durantc.EssexCo. 
b 96 U. S. 533, Moore v. Bobbins. 



HUGHES, HEDRICK v. See Hedrick i 
HUGHES, ORCHARD v. See Orchard 
HUGHES v. U. S., 4 WaU. 837. 

Judgments; when they can be 
pleaded in bar. a 
Patents ; vacating ; eq\nty. & 

HUGHES, U. S. V. See U. S. „. Hughes. 
HUIDEKOPER v. DOUGLASS, 3 Cr. 1. 

Land laws Of Pennsylvania.' a | a 6 P. 691, U. S. r. Arredondo. 
HULINGS, ROACH v. See Roach ■». Hulings. 
HUtl,, OWINGS V. See Owingsu. Hull. 
HUMPHREY, DEPEAU v. See Depeau v. Humphrey. 
HUMPHREYS, LEGGETT v. See Leggett .. Humphreys. 



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HUatPHKET V. PEGUES, 16 Wall. 847. 



Constitution; contract; exemp- 
tion from taxation, a 

Licenses revocable, b 

Wliether exemption transferable 
by tlie road, c 



a 20 Wall. 42, E. E. v. Maguire. 
a 21 Wall. 498, E. E. v. Penn. 
a 93 U. S. 224, Morgan v. La. 
b 94 U. S. 540, Dovle v. Ins. Co. 
a 97 U. S. 710, E. E. u. Gaines. 
c 102 U. S. 277, E. E. v. Hamblin. 

HUMPHREYS V. liEGGETT, 9 H. 311. 

Sureties on sheriff's bond, a 1 a 21 H. 71, Leggett v. Hiimpfireys. 
HtINDl.ET, SIMS V. See Sims v. Hundley. 
HUNGEKEOKD v. SIGERSON, 80 H. 161. 

Equity ; relief against judg- I a 94 U. S. 654, Crim v. Handley. 
nients. a \ 

HUNT, KENNEDT t. See Kennedy v. Hunt. 
HUNT V. PAXAO, 4 H. 589. 

Territorial covrts ; effect of ad- 
mission as a State on writs of error 
from Supreme Court, a 

Writ of error; direction of writ. 6 



a 9 H. 239, Benner v. Porter. 
a 10 H. 77, MoNulty v. Batty. 
a 13 Wall. 448, Clinton v. Engle- 

brecht. 
6 91 U. S. 146, Atbertonu. Fowler. 



HUNT V. KOUSMAJSXEKE, 8 Wh. 174, 

Powers coupled with an inter- a 

est. a b 

Mistakes of law. 6 c 

Parol evidence, c a 

Sureties ; relief in equity, d c 

Equity; jurisdiction in cases of d 

mistake and fraud, e d 



IP. 1, Huntu.Eousmaniere. 
12 P. 48, Bank U. S. v. Daniel. 

14 P. 203, Sprigg v. Bank. 
5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 
5 H. 288, Phillips v. Preston. 
9 H. 90, U. S. V. Price. 

15 Wall. 144, Pickersgill v. La- 
hens. 

6 91 U. S. 50, Upton v. Trebil- 

cock. 
6 97 U. S. 185, Lambornu County 
c 98 U. S. 82, Iviuson v. Hutton. 
6 98 U. S. 90, Snell v. Ins. Co. 
6 99 U. S. 46, U. S. v. Ames. 
e 101 U. S. 584, Walden v. Skinner 

a 24 H. 206, Nations v. Johnson. 
b 13 Wall. 86, Johnson v. Towsley. 



HUNT v. -WICBXIFFE, » P. 814. 

Jurisdiction ; notice ; service by 
publication, a 
Land titles; patent; equity, b 

HUNT, "WTLCOX v. See Wilcox v. Hunt. 
HUNTER, BENNETT v. See Bennett v. Hunter. 
HUNTER, FAIRFAX v. See Fairfax v. Hunter. 
HUNTER, MARTIN V. See Martin i). Hunter. 
HUNTER, SMITH v. See Smith v. Hunter. 
HUNTER V. U. S., 5 P. 173. 

To make a coliveyance effectual I a 12 P.131,Beastoni>.Farm. Bank, 
there must be a grantee, ti \ 

HUNTER V. WARTON. See Himeley v. Eose. 
HUNTINGTON, BRADSTREBT v. See Bradstreet v. Huntington 
HUNTINGTON, JACKSON v. See Jackson v. Huntington. 
HUNTINGTON, TEESE V. See Teese v. Huntington. 



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HUNTITfGXON v. TEXAS, 16 Wall. 403. 



Rebellion ; acts in aid of ; " Texas 
indemnity bonds ; " what acts of the 
Confederate States were valid, a 



a 20 Wall . 84, Nat. Bank b. Texas. 
a 11 Wall. 490, Taylor v. Thomas. 
a 91 U. S. 596, Boiling v. Lersner. 



HXTRI-EY T. JONES, 97 U. S. 318. 

Snpreme Conrt ; Bule 16 ; ap- [ a 99 U. S. 593, Alvord v. U. S. 
peai-ance ; hearing, a \ 

HUSEN, KAILBOAI) CO. v. See Eailroad Co. v. Husen. 
ETUSSEY V. SMITH, 99 U. S. aO. 

Pnblic lands; town-site act of I a 99 TJ. S. 614, Stringfellowj). Cain 
1867 ; (14 St. 501 ;) entries, .a \ 

HUTCHINS V. tow, 15 Wall. 77. 

Public lands; pre-emption, a | a 96 IT. S. 518, 'Atherton u. Fowler. 
HUTCHINSON, HUrr V. See Huff d. Hutchinson. 
HYATT, VAN NESS v. See Van Ness v. Hyatt. 
HYDE V. BOOBAEM, 16 P. 169. 

Error; how far the Supreme | a 8 H. 483, Prentice u. Zane. 
Court will review evidence, a | a 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 

HYDE, CAKVER v. See Carver v: Hyde. 
HYDE, HABKNESS v. See Harkness v. Hyde. 



HYDE PABK EEBTIMZING CO. t, 
HYDE T. STONE, 80 H. 175. 

U.S. courts; jurisdiction; can- 
not be impaired by State laws, a 

HYLTON .T. U. S., 3 DaU. 171. 

Constitution ; direct taxation, a 



See Fertilizing Go. o. Hyde Parle. 

a 7 Wall. 430, Payne u. Hook. 
a 13 Wall. 287, K. R. v. Whitton. 



a 18 H. 336. Dodge v. Woolaey. 

a 7 Wall. 444. Ins. Co. v. Soule. 

a 8 Wall. 545, Bank v. Fenno. 

a 23 Wall. 347, Scholey v. Rew. 

a 102 U. S. 517, Springer u. U. S. 
HYLTON, WAKE v. See "Ware v. Hylton. 
lASIGI V. BROWN, 17 H. 188. 

Pi-ovince of the jury ; inferences la 21 H. 168, Barreda v. Silsby. 
to be drawn from letters, a I a 101 U. S. 270, West v. Smith. 

ELLINOIS, MOORE v. See Moore v. Illinois. 

ILI.INOIS, MDNN T. 

EDLINOIS CEN. B. 



See Munn v. Illinois. 
R. CO., BATES V. See Bates v. IlUnois Gen. R. K. Co. 
II.I.INOIS & MIS. TEL. CO., OILMAN t. See Oilman v. 111. & Mis. Tel. Co, 
IMBUSCH V. FARWELL, 1 Bl. 566. 



U. S. courts; jurisdiction; par- 
ties ; act of February 28, 1S39. (5 
St. 321.) a 



a 6 Wall. 286, Barney v. Bait, 
a 93 U. S. 204, Ober v. Gallagher. 



IMPROVEMENT CO. v. MUNSON, 14 Wall. 448. 



Jury; when a case must be left 
to jury ; power of court to direct a 
verdict, a 



a 22 Wall. 120, Pleasants v. Fant. 
)a 94 U. S. 284, Comm'rs ». Clark. 
a 97 U. S. 320, Herbert v. Butler. 
a 97 U. S. 412, Packages v. U. S. 
a 101 U. S. 18, Bowditchu Boston 
a 101 U. S. 844, Howard v. B. R. 



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INDIANA, VINCENNES UNIVERSITY v. See Tinoennes University v. Ind. 
INDIANAPOMS R. R. v. HORST. 93 V. S. 895. 



Instruction* to the jnvy. a 
V. S. courts ; practice ; liow far 
governed by State procednre. 5 
Statutes ; directory provisions, c 

INGI.EE V. COOLIDGE, 3 Wlu 363. 

Supreme Conrt ; writ of error to 
State courts; how tiie Federal ques- 
tion mu.-t appear, a 

Agreed cases. 6 

What is the Record, c 

Dismissal for want of jurisdiction ; 
costs, d 



a 97 U. S. 695, KuchwEook Island 
6 98 U. S. 558, Barnet v. Bank, 
c 99 U. S. 217, Supervisors v. Gal- 
braith. 



a 2 P. 407, Siitterlee v. Mnttlicw- 

son. 
o 10 P. 368, Crowell v. Randell. 
« 12 P. ion, Bcaston v. Bank. 
6 16 P. 296, U. S. J). Eliason. 
a loH. 207, Kanouse v. Martin. 
c 20 H. 439. Suvdnm v. Williamson 
c 1 Wall. 603,'Pomerov v. Bank. 
d 9 Wall. 567, Hornthall v. Col'or. 



INGnS V. SArLORS' SNUG HARBOR, 3 P. 115. 

Dedication to public use ; when 
valid as an executory devise, a 

Wlio became citizens on Declara- 
tion of Independence. 6 
Chanije of alleariance. c 



INNEBITT V. BTRNE, 5 H. 895. 

Supreme Court ; citation, a 



a 14 H. 271, University v. Indiana, 
fi 17H. 531, U. S. V. Ritchie. 
6 18 H. 236, MoKinney v. Savieajo. 
c 20 H. 17, Jones v. McMasters. 
c 20 H. 246, White v. Burnley. 
a 95 U. S. 313, Ould v. Hospital. 

a 18 H. 534, Hudgins v. Kemp. 



rNNERARITT, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Innerarity, 
INS. CO., ALI-IS V. See Allis v. Ins. Co. 
INS. CO. v. BAXLET, 13 'Wall. 681. 

Equity ; cannot try title, a 



a 16 Wall. 435, U. S. v. Huckabce. 
a 98 U. S. 83, Ivinson v. Hutton. 



INS. CO. V. BARINGS, 20 WaU. 163. 

Insurance ; insurable interest, a \ a'. 



1 U. S. 538, Hooper v Robinson 



INS. CO. v. BARTON, 13 'Wall. 603. 

" Supreme Court ; granting new i a 102 U. S. 120, R. E. Co. v. Heck, 
trials not reviewable, a I 



INS. CO 
INS. CO. v. 

Insurance 



BROOKXTN V. See Brooklyn v. Ins. Co. 
r. CHASE, 5 WaU. 509. 



insurable interest, a | a 14 Wall. 509, Ins. Co. v Hamilton 



INS. CO. V. COI.T, 80 "Wall. 567. 

Insurance ; when concluded, a | a 94 U. S. 627, Eames v. Ins. Co. 



INS. CO. V. COMSTOCK, 16 Wall. 858 

Supreme Court; bankruptcy a 
cases; supervisory jurisdiction, a a 

Supreme Court ; mandamus. & 6 

Writ of error on order remanding c 
a cause to State court, c 

Facts only re-examined according a 
to the rules of the common law. d d 

a 



19 Wall. 284. Coit v. Robinson. 
23 Wall. 160, Sticlcney v. Wilt. 
23 Wall. 508, R. R. Co. v Wiswall 
94 U. S. 5, Hoadley u. S a n 

Francisco. 
94 U. S. 323, Hill v. Tliompson. 
94 U. S. 657, Crim v. Handley. 
98 U. S. 369, Ins. Co. v. Ins. Co. 



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rNS. CO., COPBLIN V. See Copelia v. 
EXS. CO. V. DAVIS, 95 U. S. 485. 

Iiisiiiance ; payment of premi- 
um, a 

INS. CO., DEtMAS V. SeeDelmasi). 
INS. CO. V. DUNHAM, 11 Wall. 89. 

Admiralty jm-iscUctioii ; marine 
contracts and torts, a 

INS. CO. V. DUNN, 19 WaU. 814. 

Removals ; act of 1867. a 
Power of the State court to pro- 
ceed aftet filing of bond, b 



INS. CO. V. FOI.SOM, 18 WaU. 837. 

Supreme Court ; review of find- 
lu": of facts, a 

Error; objections must first be 
taken in tlie court below, b 



INS. CO. V. LYMAN, 15 Wall. 670. 

Insurance; representations; con- 
cealment, a 

INS. CO. V. MAHONE, 31 WaU. 158 

Insurance ; parol evidence, a \ 
INS. CO., MAUBAN t. ' See Mauran v. 
INS. CO. V. MOKDECAI, 81 H. 199. 

Supreme Court; return of writ 
of error and appeals, a 



INS. CO. V. MORSE, 80 Wall. 445. 

U. B. courts ; parties cannot oust 
the jurisdiction by agreement, a \ 
INS. CO. T. MOWKT, 96 U. S. 544. 

Insurance; agents; declarations 
of. a 



Ins. Co. 

I a 96 U. S. 578, Ins. Co. v. Eggleston 

Ins. Co. 

a 13 "Wall. 242, ex parte McNeil. 
a 18 Wall. 304, Atkins v. Disinte- 
grating Co. 

a 20 Wall. 454, Ins. Co. v. Morse. 
a 21 Wall. 43, Vannevar v. Bry- 
ant. 
a 99 U. S. 147, R.R. o.McKinley. 
a 100 U. S. 317, Virginia v. Rives. 
a 100 TJ. S. 475, Removal Cases. 
,6 101 U. S. 136, R. R. Co. v. Miss. 

a 19 Wall. 69, Cooper v. Oiiio- 

hundro. 
a 19 Wall. 72, Crews v. Brewer. 
6 20 Wall. 419, Mays v. Fritton. 
a 98 U. S. 443, The Abbotsford. 
alOOU. S. 32, R.R.Co.«.Fralofif 

I a 18 Wall. 253, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 

a 94 U. S. 014, Ins. Co. v. Baker. 
Ins. Oo. 

a 21 H. 394, Porter v. Foley. 
a 3 Wall. 50, Castro v. U. S. 
a 6 Wall. 496, Washington v. 

Dennison. 
a 8 Wall. 309, The Lucy. 

a 94 U. 8. 537, Doyle v. Ins. Co. 



a 96 U. S. 578, Ins. Co. v. Eggleston 



INS. CO., NATIONAL BANK v. See National Bank „. Ins. Oo. 
INS. CO. V. NEWTON, 88 WaU. 38. 

effectrSisri'is."'';"'^ p"°'^ ' r '•' ^- «• 3^0' i"f i;°- "• ««^''"- 

I both am. 

INS. CO. V. NORTON, 96 U. S. 884. 

Insurance; forfeiture; waiver, a \ a 

INS. CO. V. PECHNER, 95 U. S. 183. 



3 U. S. 577, Ins. Co. v. Eggleston 



Removals, a 



a 9o U. S. 186, Amory v. Amorv. 
a 96 U. S. 202, Gold Co. v. Keyes. 
a 99 U. S. 546, Yulee v. Vose. 



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INS. CO., KEEB V. See Reed v. Ins. Co. 

INS. CO., RHTNELANDEK v. See Rhiaelander v. Ins. Co. 

INS. CO. V. BITCBCIE, 5 Wall. 541. 

Eepealiugaots; pendingsuits. a 



U. S. courts; revemie oases. 6 
Suits to recover back taxes, c 



a 7 Wall. 514, ex parte McCanlle. 
6 9 Wall. 565, IIornMial v. Coll'r. 
c 9 Wall. 573, Assessor v. Osborn. 
a 98 U. S. 401, E. R. Co. v. Gi-aut. 



INS. CO. T. SEA, 21 Wall. 160 

Trial without jury; finding of I a 94 U. S. 79S, Melemly v. Rice, 
facts, a I o 98 U. S. 443, The Abbotsford. 

INS. CO., STOCKBAIE T. See Stookdale v. Ins. Co. 

INS. CO. V. TREASUBER, 11 WaU. 208, 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to I a 13 Wall. 263, Klinger v. Mo. 



State court ; Federal question, a | a 15 Wall. 642, Bank v. Rochester. 

INS. CO. v. TWEED, 7 Wall. 50. 

Supreme Court; review of cases a 9 Wall. 128, Norris r. Jackson, 

tried by the court without a jury; a 9 Wall. 431, Flanders v. Tweed, 

act of 1865. a a 18 Wall. 252, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 

Insurance; loss; "proximate 6 19 Wall, 542, Ins. Co. k. Seaver. 

cause." 6 6 95 U. S. 131, Ins. Co. v. Boon. 

INS. CO. V. WEBSTER, 6 WaU. 121. 

Insurance ; when contract com- | a 95 U. S. 388, Ins. Co. v. Higgin- 
plete. a I botham. 

INS. CO. V. WEIDE, 9 -WaU. 677. 

Evidence; copies; entries, a I a 14 Wall. 381, Ins. Co. v. Weides. 



a 18 Wall. 541f Chaffee v. U. S. 



INS. CO. T. WILKINSON, 13 Wall. 230. 



a 21 Wall. 155, Ins. Co. «. Mahone. 
a 94 U. S. 614, Ins. Co. v. Baker. 
6 94 U. S. 630, Eames v. Ins. Co. 
c 98 U. S. 89, Snell v. Ins. Co. 



Insurance ; answers ; parol evi- 
dence, a 

When company concluded by ac- 
tion of its agent, b 

Equity ; mistakes, c 

INS. CO. V. TOTTNG, 33 WaU. 105. 

Insurance ; payment premium, a \ a 102 U. S. 112, Giddings ». Ins. Co. 

INTERMTNGLED COTTON CASES, 99 P. S. 651, 

Captured and abandoned prop- I a 99 U. S. 270, U. S. e. Pugh. 
erty act. a I 

INTTNCretE, THE. See L,' Invincible. 

IOWA, BABTEMETER v. See Bartemeyer u. Iowa. 

IOWA, CHICAGO RAILWAY v. See Chicago Railway v. Iowa. 

lOW^A, MISSOURI V, See Missouri v. Iowa. 

IOWA CITT, BENBOW v. See Benbow v. Iowa City. 

IOWA CITT, CLARK v. See Clark «. Iowa City. 

IOWA CITT, HAVEMETER v. See Hayemeyer e. Iowa City. 

IRRESISTIBLE, THE, 7 Wi. 661. 

Statutes; effect of repeal on pend- 1 a 9 WaU. 575, Assessor p. Osborn. 
ing cases, a I 

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IRVINE V. IRVINE, 9 Wall. 617. 

Estoppel; acquiescence; si- 
lence, a 

IRVINE T. liOWRY, 14 F. 898. 

Circuit Courts U. S.; citizen- 
ship, a 



IKVINE V. MABSHALI., 80 H. 658. 

Povverof Congress in disposing of 
public lands; cannot be obstructed 
by State legislation, a 

IRVINE V. SIMS, 3 DaU. 486. 

Indians; right to land, a 
Ejectment; legal title. 6 
Title by confirmation, c 

IRWIN, DADE V. See Dade v. Irwin. 

IRWIN, TRACY v. See Tracy i>. Irwin. 

ISEtIN, CI.ABK V. See Clark v. Iselin. 

ISHAM, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Isham. 

ISLAND CITY, THE, 1 Bl. 187. 

Salvage, a 

IVES T. MERCHANTS' BANK, 18 H. 

Admiralty; stipulators, a | 

JACKSON, EX PARTE, 96 U. S. 787 
Supreme Court ; habeas corpus, a | 

JACKSON V. ASHTON, 8 P. 148. 

TJ. S. courts; citizenship, a 
Judgments and verdicts; power 
of court over. 6 

JACKSON -V. ASHTON, 10 P. 480. 

Amendments; .sec. 32 of judiciary I 
act. a 

JACKSON V. ASHTON, 11 P. 848. 

Equity; rescission, a \ 

JACKSON, CARVER v. , See Carver v. 
JACKSON v. CHEW, 18 Wi. 153. 

State decisions ; when U. S. courts 
will follow; section 34 of judiciary 
act. a 

Contracts governed by law of 
place of performance. 6 



a 102 TT. S. 312, Sims v. Everhardt. 



a 2 H. 13, McNutt v. Bland. 
a 3 H. 577, Bounafee v. Williams. 
a 13 Wall. 67, Eice v. Hou.ston. 
a 18 Wall. 575, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 

a 13 Wall. 104, Gibson v. Chouteau. 



I a 9 P. 716, Mitchell v. U. S. 
I 6 12 P. 427. Strother v. Lucas, 
c 9 H. 44.!, Doe v. Eslava. 



a 8 Wall. 475, The Comanche. 

163. 

a 95 U. S. 617, The Wanata. 

a 100 U. S. 343, ex parte Virginia. 

a 10 P. 4S0, Jackson v. Ashton. 
6 G H. 36, Bank U.S. v. Moss. 
a 19 H. 402, Dred Scott v. Sandford 

a 91 U. S. 656, Phillips Coast Co. ». 
Seymour. 

a 8 H. 149, Veazie v. Williams. 
Jackson. 



1 P. 570, Waring v. Jackson. 
P. 151, Henderson v. Griffin. 
6 P. 291, Green v. Neal. 

11 P. 2, Marlatt v. Silk. 

12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 

3 H. 471, Lane v. Vick. 

4 H. 370, Foxcroft v. Mallett. 
11 H. 317, Van Rensselaer v. 

Kearney. 
a 18 H. 497, Beauregard v. N. Orl. 
a 24 H. 433, Suydam U.Williamson 
a 102 U. S. 655, Barrett ». Holmes. 



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JACKSON V. ClABK, 1 P. 628. 

Land laws ; survey under act of 
March 3, 1S07, on wan-ant pre- 
yiously located, a 

Death of grantee; rights of heirs. 6 

JACKSON, KEU.T V. See KeUy v. Jackson. 
JACKSON V. I.AMPHIRE, 3 P. 889. 

Grants; construction, a 



a 6 P. 672, Lindsey v. Miller. 
6 12 P. 294, Galloway z. Finley. 
a 7 H. 266, McArthur ». Dun. 



c 13 Wall. 



Land laws. 6 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts; remedy; recording acts, c 

Retrospective legislation, d 

Writ of error to State court ; 
Supreme Court has no authority to 
declare a State law void because in 
violation of the State Constitu- 
tion, e 

Statutes of limitation, f 

JACKSON V. UIDELIN6, 21 Wall. 616. 

Trnstee ; obligations to cestui I a 99 U 
que trust, a | a 99 tJ, 

JACKSON T. THE MAGN01.IA, 86 H. 298. 

Admiralty jurisdiction; collision 
within the body of a county ; ebb 
and flow of the tide, a 

Attachment of vessel by State 
court. 6 



a 11 P. 536, Charles River Bridge 
V. Warren Bridge. 
6 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas, 
c 2 H. 611, MoCracken v Hay ward 
c 6 H. 318, Bank v. Sharp. 
d 10 H. 532, East Hartford w. Hart- 
ford Bridge. 
e 20 H. 87, Withers v. Buckley. 
71, Curtis V. Whitney. 



/95 U. S. 633, Terry v. Anderson. 



S. 436, Parsons ». Jactoon. 
S. 514, Jackson ». Lndeling 



a 1 Bl. 580, Propeller Commerce. 

a 4 Wall. 567, The Hine & Trevor 

a 7 Wall. 640, The Belfast. 

a 8 Wall. 20, The Eagle. 

6 15 Wall. 384, Pennywit v. Eaton 



JACKSON, NOBBIS T. See Norrls v. Jackson. 

JACKSON, BAILKOAB CO. v. See Railroad Co. -a. Jackson. 

JACKSON, "WXLCOX -V. See Wilcox v. Jackson. 

JACKSON, WINCHESTEB. t. See ■Winchester o. Jackson. 

JAMES, DAXT v. See Daly v. James. 

JAMES, KAILKOAJD CO. t. See Railroad Co. v. James. 

JAMES GBAI, THE, v. THE JOHN PBAZEK, 21 H. 184. 



a 24 H. 123, Sturgis ». Boyer. 
b 24 H. 213, S. S. Co. v. S. S. Co. 
c 2 Wall. 556, The Morning Light 
d 17 Wall. 568, R. R. Co. w. Fuller. 
a 94 U. S. 497, The Margaret. 



Collision ; tugs, a 

Inevitable accident, h 

When loss must rest where it 
falls, c 

Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce ; police power, d 

JAMISON, TOWNSEND v. See Townsend v. Jamison. 
JANNEY v. COI/TJMBIAN INS. CO., 10 WU. 418. 

Marine ins.; seaworthiness, a | a 22 H. 116, Ins. Co. v. Mordecai. 
JANNEX, litrPTON V. See Lupton v. Janney. 
JANSEN, TAXBOT v. See Talbot.i). Jansen. 
JANTJABY, JOHNSON CO. v. See Johnson Co. v. January. 
JANUABY, rr. S. V. See IT. S. v. January. 
JABVIS, STEATTON v. See Stration v. Jarvis. 
JASPEB CO., ANTHONY v. See Anthony v. Jasper Co. 
JATJDON, DUNCAN t. See Duncan i). Jaudon. 



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JXICKER V. MONTGOMEBT, 13 H. 498. 



Admiralty jurisdiction; prize; 

condemnation, probable cause of 

seizure, a 
Violation of blockade. 6 
Commercial intercourse, c 
War ; military occupation, d 
War: suspends right to sue. e 
Informations; who may join in. y 



a 18 H. Ill, Jecker w. Montgomery. 
b 3 Wall. 554, The Bermuda. 
a 5 Wall. 69, U. S. v. Weed, 
c 5 Wall. 405, The Wra. Bagaley. 
c 6 Wall. 535, Hanger !). Abbott. 
d 9 Wall. 133, The Grapeshot. 
e 11 Wall. 250, Levy v. Stewart. 
/16 Wall. 431, U. S. v. Huckabee. 



JEFFERSON, THE STEAMBOAT. See Thomas Jefferson, The. 
JEFFERSON BRANCH BANK v. SKELI.T, 1 Bl. 443. 



Constitution ; corporations ; obli- 
gation of contracts; exemption 
from taxation, a 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State court ; Federal question. 6 

When U. S. courts must follow 
the decisions of the State courts, c 

Jurisdiction of U. S. courts where 
a State is interested in the suit; 
court will not look beyond the rec- 
ord, d 



a 


1 


a 


2 


b 


1 


c 


1 


c 


8 


a 


13 


h 


14 


a 


15 


d 


16 


a 


16 


a 


20 


a 


21 


a 


22 


c 


97 



clOl 



Bl. 474, Branch Bank v. Ohio. 

Bl. 544, Wright v. Sill. 

Wall. 145, Bridge Proprietors 
V. Hoboken. 

Wall. 393, Meyer B.Muscatine 

Wall. 582, Butz v. Muscatine. 

Wall. 376, Salt Co. v. E. Sagi- 
naw. 

Wall. 668, Delmas v. Ins. Co. 

Wall. 458, Tomlinson v. Jes- 
sup. 

Wall. 220, Davis v. Gray. 

Wall. 249, Humphrey ». Pe- 
gues. 

Wall. 61, K. R. V. Magulre. 

Wall. 498, Erie E.R. v. Penn. 

Wall. 575, Tucker«.Fergusoii 

U. S. 709, K. R. V. Gaines. 

U. S. 321, University ». Peo- 
ple. 

U. S. 794, Wright v. Nagle. 



JEFFEBSONVILI.E, BISSEIil. v. See Bissell v. JeffersonTille. 
JEFFRIES V. MFE INS. CO., 88 WaU. 47. 

Insurance ; false statements, a | a 91 U. S. 512, Ins. Co. v. Prance. 

JENKINS V. BANNING, 83 H. 445. 

Error; matters of discretion, a | a 11 Wall. 676, Cook v. Burnley. 
JENKINS, GAJRKETT v. See Garrett v. Jenkins. 



JENKINS, NICHOLSON PAVE. CO. v. See Nicholson 
JENKINS V. PYE, 18 P. 841. 

Equity ; lapse of time, a 



Pave. Co. V. Jenkins. 

a 99 U. S. 211, Godden v. Kimraell. 



JENNINGS T. CAKSON, 4 Cr. 80. 

Admiralty; proceedings in rem. a 
Jurisdiction of District Courts. 6 
Prize ; on appeal to Circuit Ct.; 
property follows the cause, c 

Keeper of property seized; lia- 
bility for negligence, d 



a 20 H. 600, 
b 3 Wall. 612, 
c 5 Wall. 412, 
d 17 Wall. 93, 
a 23 Wall. 465, 



Taylor v. Carryl. 
The Admiral. 
The Wm. Bagaley. 
Averill v. Smith. 
The Rio Grande. 



JENKS, PATTERSON T. See Patterson v. Jenks. 
JENNESS, PECK v. See Peck v. Jenness. 



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JENOTNGS V. BBIG PBKSEVERAUCE, 3 Dall. 337. 



Appeals to Supreme Court ; sec. 
19 judiciary act. a 
Review of facts. 6 



a 1 Cr. 318, U. S. «. Hooe. 

6 IS Wall. 249, Iiis. Co. «. Polsom. 



JENTflSON, HOLMES v. See Holmes v. Jennison. 
JENNISON V. KIBK, 98 U. S. 453. 

Mining laws ; act of 1866. a ( a 101 IT. S. 276, Broder v. Water Co 

JENNISONS V. lEONABD, 81 WaU. 303. 

Trial without jury; act of 1865. a | a 98 U. S. 443, The Abbotsford. 



JEROME T. McCAJKTEB, 31 WaU. 17. 



Supersedeas, a 



a 93 U. S . 302, Martin ».Po wder Co. 
a 100 U.S. 5, ex parte French. 
a 102 U.S. 371, Draper v. Davis. 



JEROME T. McCASTER, 94 U. S. 734. 



Bankruptcy; assignee takes prop- 
erty subject to equities, a 



a 95 U. S. 766, Yeatman v. Sav- 
ings Inst. 
a 100 U. S. 739, Stewart v. Piatt. 



JESSUP, TOMLINSON v. See Tomlinson v. Jessup. 

JOHN ERAZEK, THE, JAMES GRAY, THE v. See James Gray, The, 
John Frazer. 

JOHN JAY, TELE, BOGART v. See Bogart v. The John Jay. 

JOHNSON, D'WOLF v. See D'Wolf v. Johnson. 

JOHNSON V. HARMON, 94 IT. S. 371. 

Equity ; feigned issues ; bill of | a 101 U. S. 250, Watt v. Starke, 
exceptions does not lie. a \ 



JOHNSON V. McINTOSH, 8 Wh. 543. 

Indians ; right to the land they 
occupy, a 

Effect of a cession on the prop- 
erty of the inhabitants. 6 

Powers of tlie Crown before the 
Revolution over boundaries, c 

As to grants, d 

Power of government over the 
Indians, e 

Conquest ; when it becomes com- 
plete, f 



05 6 P. 536, Worcester v. Georgia, 
a 9 P. 725, Mitchell v. U. S. 
a 10 P. 303, U. S. V. Fernandez. 

6 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas, 
c 11 P. 738, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
a 15 P. 80, Mitchell v. U. S. 
a 16 P. 406, Martin v. Waddell. 
a 23 H. 46), Doe v. Wilson. 
e 11 Wall. 619, Cherokee Tobacco. 
/16 Wall. 434, U. S. v. Huckabee. 
a 17 Wall. 243, Holden v. Joy. 
a 19 Wall. 593, U. S. v. Cook. 
a 95 U. S. 525, Beecher v. Weth- 

ersby. 
JOHNSON, MISSISSIPPI v. See Mississippi v. Johnson. 

JOHNSON, NATIONS v. See Nations v. Johnson. 

JOHNSON v. PANNEL, 8 Wh. 307. 

Land laws ; distances on the Ohio I a 11 Wh. 215, Luitepagew. Fowler. 
River ; how measured, a | 

JOHNSON, PAKCEIiS v. See Pareels v. Johnson. 
JOHNSON, SESSIONS v. See Sessions i). Johnson. 



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JOHNSON v. TOWSIEY, 13 WaU. SO. 



Land titles ; patent ; when chan- 
cery will enforce equities against 
patent, a 

Public lands ; sales of. 6 

When decision of land oflScers 
conclusive, c 

Pre-emption, d 



13 Wall. 

13 Wall. 

19 Wall. 
19 WaU. 



93 U. 
96 U. 

100 U. 

101 U. 

101 U. 

102 U. S. 



102, Gibson v. Chou- 
teau. 

497, Carpenters Mont- 
gomery. 

196, Eldred v. Sexton. 

653, Warren v. Van 
Brunt. 

171, French v. Fyan. 

516, Atherton «j Fowler 

117, Iiansdale v. Dan- 
iels. 

475, Marquez w.Frisbie. 

519, Vance v. Burbank. 

396, U. S. V. Schui-z. 



JOECNSON, IT. S. T. SeeU. S. v. Johnsoa. 
JOHNSON CO. V. JANITAKT, 94 U. S. 803. 

County and municipal bonds in I a 97 U. S. 104, Warren Co. u Marcy 
aid of railroads ; conditions; recit- 
als ; estoppel ; bona-fide holders, a \ 

JOHNSON CO., KIGGS v. See Kiggs i). Johnson Co. 
JOHNSON CO. V. THAYER, 94 U. S. 631. 



County and municipal bonds in 
aid of railroads ; conditions ; recit- 
als ; bona-fide holders, a 



a 98 U. S. 102, Daviess Co. v. Hui- 

dekoper. 
a 99 U. S. 698, Block ». Comra'rs. 



JOHNSTON, CASS CO. V. See Oass Co. v. Johnston. 
JOHNSTON, JONES v. See Jones v. Johnston. 
JOHNSTON V. JONES, 1 Bl. 830. 

jury; excep- 
h 



Instructions t o 
tions. a 
Cross-examination. 



JOUEPB, STEAMSHIP CO. 

JOLIT, UNION BANK v. See Union Bank v. Jolly. 

JONES, ADAMS V. See Adams u. Jones. 

JONES V. ANDREWS, 10 WaU. 331. 



a 1 Wall. 654, Eogers v. The Mai> 

slial. 
a 2 Wall. 338, Harvey v. Tyler. 
6 17 Wall. 542, Rea v. Missouri. 
6 19 Wall. 463, Klein v. Bussell. 
a 93 U. S. 295, R. R. v. Horst. 

See Steamship Co. i). Joliffe. 



Parties in equity, a 
Ancillary suit, h 
U. S. courts; suits between citi- 
zens of dififerent States; parties, c 



a 14 Wall. 81, Christmas v. Russell 
h 16 Wall. 219, Davis u. Gray, 
c 93 U. S. 205, Ober v. Gallagher. 

See Bank of Metropolis v. Jones. 



JONES, BANIC OF METROPOLIS v. 
JONES, DERMOTT v. See Derraott v. Jones. 
JONES V. DERMOTT, 3 WaU. 1. 

Building contracts ; liability of I a 21 Wall. 263, R. R. Co. v. Smith, 
contractor, a \ 

JONES, HICKMAN v. See Hickman d. Jones. 
JONES, HOUGHTON v. See Houghton d. Jones. 
JONES, HURLEY v. See Hurley v. Jones. 



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JONES V. GBEEN, 1 "WaU. 330. 

Creditor's bill; judgment and | a 2 Wall. 195, Chittenden i\ Brew- 
execution, a I ster. 

JONES V. GUARANTY CO., 101 U. S. 6»8. 

Partnership ; antliority of part- | a 102 U. S. 569, George ». Tate, 
ner to bind tlie firm, a \ 

JONES T. JOHNSTON, 18 H. 157. 

Alluvion, a I a 2 Bl. 218, Johnston v. Jones. 

I a 2 Wall. 67, Banks v. Ogden. 

JONES, JOHNSTON v. See Jolinston ■o. Jones. 
JONES, liA ROCHE T. See La Eoclie v. Jones. 
JONES V. McMASTEBS, 30 H. 8. 

Texas land titles, a 
U. S. courts ; law and equity 
must be l<ept separate. 6 

JONES T. MOREHEAD, 1 Wall. 155 

Patent law; infringement; dam- 
ages ; profits, a 

Patents for manufactures; "in- 
vention." 6 



a 98 U. S. 494, Airhart v. Massieii. 
b 99 U. S. 381, Van JCorden v. 
Morton. 



a 14 Wall. 650, Mowry v. Whitney. 
ft 23 Wall. 563, Collar Co. h. Van 

Dusen. 
6 94 U. S. 198, Dunbar v. Myers. 



JONES V. SHORE, 1 'WTi. 463. 

Penalties; forfeitures under the 
embargo act; who entitled to on 
deatli of collector making the seiz- 
ure, a 

When right accrues. 6 



a 4 Wh. 73, Van ISTp.^b. Buel. 
a 8 Wh. 312, Buel v. Van Ness. 
a 10 Wh. 246, U. S. u. Morris. 
6 10 H. 132. Hoyt ». U. S. 
a 7 Wall. 460, Confiscation Cases. 



JONES, POST V. See Post v. Jones. 

JONES, RAHiROAD CO. v. See Eailroad Co. v. Jones. 

JONES, SCOTT V. See Scott v. Jones. 

JONES V. SOUIiARD, 34 H. 63. 

Missouri land titles; boundaries I a 10 Wall. 115, Schools v. Risley 
of St. Louis, a 6 23 Wall. 64, St. Clair v. Lovin 

Boundaries ; rivers. 6 j ston. 

JONES, U. S. V. See U. S. a. Jones. 

JONES V. V. S., 18 WaU. 663. 

U. S.; laches not imputable to. a\a 95 U. S. 318, Hart v. U. S. 

JONES V. VAN ZANDT, 5 H. 324. 

Certificates of division, a | a 7 H. 190, U. S. v. Chicago. 

JONES, WATSON V. See Watson v. Jones. 
JOBDON, AGAGAM CO. v. See Agasam Oo. v. Jordon. 
JOSEPH, THE, 8 Cr. 451, 

Prize ; what is a valid captm-e. a 



Trading with enemy in time of 
war. 6. 

JOUBDAN V. BARRETT, 4 H. 169. 

Public land.s; surveys, a 
Right to back lands on Missis- 
sippi Kiver ; private survey. 6 



a 8 Cr. 460, The Grotius. 
6 18 H. Ill, Jecker v. Montgom- 
ery. 



a 4 H. 44.5. JIaclvav v. Dillon. 
b 8 11. 330, Bisselfi). Penrose. 



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I a Wail. 62.% Spain v. Hamilton. 
See Lathrop v. Judson. 



JXJDSON v. CORCORAN, 17 H. 618. 

Assignment.'!, a 

JCDSON, liATHROP v 
JULIA, THE, 8 Cr. 181. 

Priz(! ; enemy's license ; capture I a 8 Ci'. 219, Tiie Aurora, 
of vessel using, a I a 7 Wall. 558, Coppell v. Hall. 

JUSTICE, r. S. V. See U. S. v. Justice. 
JUSTICES V. MURRAY, 9 TTaU. 274. - 

U. S. courts; removal of cause a 10 Wall. 25, McKee «. Rains, 
after verdict, a a 19 Wall. 576, Stevenson u. Wil- 

liams. 
KAHN, STEWART v. See Stewart v. Kahn. 
KAINE, EX PARTE, 14 H. 103. 

Supreme Court; appellate juris- 



diction ; habeas corpus, a 



a 1 Wall. 253, ex parte Vallandi- 

gbam. 

a 8 Wall. 99, ea; joar/e Yerger. 
a 12 Wall. 402, Bartli v. Clise. 
a 18 Wall. 166, ex parte Lange. 
a 100 U. S. 341, ex parte Virginia. 
a 100 U. S. 402, ear parte ClarUe. 



KAXORAIKLA, THE, 10 Wall. 804. 

Admiralty ; lien of material-men 
for supplies in foreign ports, a 
KANE, BARTIETT v. See Bartlett v. Kane 
KAIfE V. PAUI-, 14 P. 33. 

District of Columbia; foreign 
administrators, a 
Settlement of accounts. 6 

KANOUSB V. MARTIN, 14 H. 83. 

Removals, a 

Supreme Court ; amendments af- 
ter writ of error. 6 

KANOUSE T. MARTIN, 16 H. 887. 

Supreme Court; amount in con- 
troversy; remittitur, a 
Removals. 6 

KAN. PAC. R. R. CO., MIS. KAN. & PAC. R. K. CO 

Pac. E. E. Co. V. Kan. Pac. E. E. Co. 
KANSAS INDIANS, THE, 5 WaU. 7S1. 

Indian lands ; State taxation. a\a 5 Wall. 769, NewTorlcIndiaiis, 

I a 17 Wall. 247, Holden », Joy. 
KAUTTMAN, BATESVIIX,E INST. v. See BatesviUe Inst. v. Kauffman. 
KAUFEMAN, URE v. See Ure v. Kauffman. 
KBACH, TARVER v. See Tarver v. Keach. 
KEARNEY, EX PARTE, 7 Wh. 39. 



a 13 Wall. 335, The Pafapsco. 

a 17 Wall. 669, The Emily Souder: 



a 15 P. 4. Vaughan v. Nortluip. - 
6 5 H. 2G0, Taylor v. Benham, 
a 9 Wall. 401, JSToouan ». Biadley. 

a 15 H. 198, Kanouso v. Martin. 
a 19 Wall. 224, Ins. Co. v. Dunn. 
6 21 Wall. 552, Edwards v. Elliott. 

a 95 U. S. 695, Thompson?) Butler 
6 102 U. 8. 136, R. R. Co. v. Miss. 

See Mis. Kan. * 



H.ibeas corpus ; power of Su- 
preme Court, a 

Fine for contempt; whether a 
writ of error lies ; criminal jurisdic- 
tion. 5 



a 3 P. 194, ex. parte Watkins. 
a 7 P. 568, ex parte Watliins. 
a 5H. 188, ea; pa?-ie Metzgi-r. 
6 9 n. 572, Forsyth v. U. S. 
6 20 Wall. 392, N. Orl. v. S. S. Co. 
a 93 U. S. 23, ex parte Parks, 
a 100 U. S. 23, ex parte Reed. 
h 102 U. S. 122, Hayes v. Fischet-. 



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KEARNEY t. CASE, 13 WaU, 876. 

Trial without jury; tiiiding of 
facts, a 



KEAKNET T. TATIOK, 15 H. 615. 

Eetrospective laws, a 



a 13 Willi. 2, Bethell u Mathews 
a 19 Wall. 83, Morgan v. Guy. 
a 81 U. S. 614. Gilmaii v, Tel. Co. 
a 93 U. S. 81, Evan u. Cai-fer. 
a 100 U. S. 213, Phillips v. Moore. 



a S Wall. 603, Drehmaii v. Stifle. 

a 23 Wall. 149, Eanaell v. Kreiger. 
KEARNEY, VAN KENSAXEAK v. ' See Tan Eensalear v. Kearney. 
KEART V. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS' BANK, 16 P. 89. 

a 2 H. 242, Dromgoole v. Bank, 
a 2 H. 611, McCrackenu Hay ward 
a 5 H. 62, Macafee v. Doremus. 
& 6 H. 36. Bank v. Moss. 
c 7 H. 714, Townsentl v. Jemison. 
d 18 H. 517, Watson v. Tarpley. 



U. S. courts ; negotiable paper ; 
rule of decision, a 

Suits by assignees ; 11th section 
of judiciary act. b 

When State decisions binding on 
U. S. courts, c 

Enforcement of State laws, d 



KEARZEY, EDWARDS v. See Edwards v. Kearzey. 
KEEECLER, TJ. S. v. See U. S. v. Keehler. 
KEELEY V. SANDERS, 99 U. S. 441. 

Tax sales ; direct tax in insurrec- I a 99 TJ. S. 497, Sherry v. McKinley 
tionary States, a j 

KEENAN, MUI-BLALIi v. See Mulhall v. Keenan. 
KEENE, BRO'\YN v. See Brown v. Keene. 

BLEENE T. Mcdonough, s p. 310. 

Grants; presumption .as to the I a 12 P. 427, Strother «. Lucas, 
authority of officer to make it. a \ 

KEENE T. WARREN, 13 P. 439. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, o | a 20 H. 130, McMicken ». Perin. 

KEENE V. W^HIXTAKER, 13 P. 469. 

Supreme Court; the transcript, a | a 18 H. 109, Curtis v. Petitpain. 

KEHR V. SMITH, 20 W^aU. 35. 

Voluntary conveyances, u 
KEIXOGG, BARNARD v. See Barnard v. Kellogg. 
KEU^OGG, MHiWAUKEE R. R. t. See Milwaukee E. E. v. Kellogg. 
KELtY V. CRAW^FORD, 6 W^all. 790. 

Error; matters of discretion, a | a 91 U. S. 418, Society u. Faulkner. 

KEI.I.Y V. JACKSON, 6 P. 638. 



a 91 U. S. 485, Lloyd v. Fulton. 



Evidence ; prima facie, a 



a 14 P. 344, U. S. v. Wiggins. 



KEIiliY, r. S. T. See U. S- ■o. Kelly. 
KEtSEY -v. FORSYTH, 81 H. 87. 

Supreme Court; how the ques- 
tion of law must be decided in or- 
der be reviewed, a 

Judgment affirmed when there is 
no bill of exception.a. 6 

Jury trial ; waiver, c 
KEIiSEY, HICKS v. See Hicks v. Kelsey. 



a 21 H. 226, Campbell v. Boyreau. 
b 1 Wall. 604, Pomeroy v. Bank. 
a 9 Wall. 429, Flanders v. Tweed. 
c 12 Wall. 281, Kearney v. Case. 
a 16 Wall. 347, Merrill v. Petty, 
c 91 U. S. 614, Gilman v. Tel. Co. 



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KEtSET V. HOBBT, 16 P. 269. 

Equity ; master's reports, a 



a 22 Wall. 248, French u. Hay. 



KBIiSHA'W, GATIOBD v. See Gaylord i). Kelshaw. 
KEMP, HTJDGINS v. See Hudgins i). Kemp. 
KEMPB V. KENNEDY, 5 Or. 185. 

Jiinsdictioii ; void and voidable 
judgments, a 



KENDAIL T. STOKES, 3 H. 98. 

Public ofHcers ; when liable in 
tort, a 
Ministerial duties. 6 
Mandamus, c 
Interest, d 



KENDAII, V. r. S., 18 P. 637. 

Miindnmus against U. S. depart- 
mental officers by courts of District 
of Columbia ; ministerial duties, a 

Supreme Coiu't; writs of error; 
iiual judgments. 6 

Jurisdiction, c 

Extent of the judicial power un- 
der the Constitution, d 

Original jurisdiction of Supreme 
Court, e 

Remedy to reverse judgment re- 
fusing mandamus, is by writ of 
error, f 

Circuit Courts ; jurisdiction, g 

U. S. courts; mandamus, h 



SuUi- 



KEXDAM, T. WLNSOB, 81 H. 386. 

Patent law; abandonment, a 



a 10 AVh.192, McCormick v. 

vant. 
a 3 P. 194, ex parte Watkins. 
a 6 H. 36, Bank u. Morse. 
a 8 H. G05, Kennedy v. Bank. 
a 2 Wall. 338, Harvey v. Tjier. 
a 10 Wall. 310, Cooper ». Reynolds 

a 4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 
6 12H. 289, Tealu. Pelton. 
c 24 H. 95, Kent'kv v. Dennison 
d 16 Wall. 386, rns.'Co. v. Piaggio 
6 102 U. S. .395, U. S. v. Schurz. 
c 102 U. S. 675, Hartmanu.Green- 
liow. 

a 14 P. 513, Decatur v. Paulding. 

6 14 P. 56], Holmes u. Jennison. 

c 2 H. 335, Grignon -o. Astor. 

a 6 H. 99, Brashear v. Jlason. 

a 7 H. 122, Wilkes v. Dinsman. 

d 8 H. 449, Sheldon v. Sill. 

a 11 H. 287, Reeside v. Walker. 

a 17 H. 229, U. S. ». Seaman. 

a 17 H. 301, U. S. ». Gutln-ie. 

a 22 H. 181, U. S. «. Addison; 

a 24 H. 95, Ken t'ekyj). Dennison 

e 1 Wall. 252, ex -parte Vallandl- 
gliam. 

a 4 Wall. 498, Miss. v. Johnson. 

a 6 Wall. 198. Riggs v. Johnson. 

/ 6 Wall. 407, ex parte Do Groot. 

a 7 Wall. 350, Gaines v. Thomp- 
son. 

a 9 Wall. 312, Secretary ». Mc- 
Garrahan. 

g 9 Wall. 575, Ass'r v. Osborn. 

h 13 Wall. 249, Bath Co. v. Amy. 

h 16 Wall. 270, Ins. Co. v. Com- 
siock. 

e 17 Wall. 609, U. S. u. Boutwell. 

g 18 Wall. 577, Sew. Ma. Co. Case 

a 19 Wall. 660, Heine v. Cora'rs. 

a 102 U. S. 392, U. S. v. Schurz. 

h 102 U. S. 675, HartmauB. Green- 
how. 

a 7 Wall. 60S, Agagam Co. v. 

Jordou. 
a 101 U. S. 484, Macli. Co.«. Keith 



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KENBIG V. DBAJf, 97 TJ. S. 4S3. 

Supreme Court; veversals for a 97 U. S. 456, Keith «. Clark, 
want of parties ; bar of judgments; a 99 U. S. 382, Van Norden v. 
dismissal without prejudice, a Morton. 

a 102 U. S. 563, Goodman v. Nib- 
laok. 

KEjnSTAKD V. MOKGAIf, 98 V. S. 480. 

Constitution ; " due process of | a 96 U. S. 105, Davidson v. New 
law." a I Orleans. 

KEIOfEDT, BANK v. See Bank v. Kennedy. 
KEINTSEDT v. BKENT, 6 Cr. 187. 

Supreme Court ; agreed case, a | a 16 P. 296, U. S. v. Eliason. 

KElfNEDT, BBOWI*^ v. See Brown v. Kennedy. 
KEIWEDT, BtJSHiraiLIi v. See Bnshnell v. Kennedy. 
KETfNEDT v. GEOBGIA STATE BANK, 8 H. 610. 



Amendments; by appellate 
court, a 
Certificiites of division. 6 

KENNEDT v. GIBSON, 8 "Wall. 506. 

National banks; insolvency; div- 
idends by comptroller, a 

Suit by receiver. 6 

Assessment of stockholders ; or- 
der by comptroller, c 



a 17 H. 18, Udall v. Steams'p Oliio. 
b 2 U1.484, Ward v. Chamberlain. 
6 3 Wall. 255, Daniels v. R. R. Co. 



a 14 Wall. 398, Bank ». Bank. 

6 17 Wall. 21, Banks. Kennedy, 

c 91 U. S. 59, Sanger v. Upton, 

c 94 U. S. 677, Casey I!. Galli. 



c 102 U. S. 426, U. S. v. Knox. 

KENNEDY v. HUNT, 7 H. S93. 

Supreme Conrt ; writs of error to I a 20 H. 522, Moreland v. Page. 
State courts; Federal question. a\ 

KENNEDY, KEMPE t. See Kempe v. Kennedy. 
KENNEDY, MAXWELi v. See MaxweU v. Kennedy. 
KENNEDY v. WTLSON, 8 WaU. 506. 

National banks ; how claims I a 14 Wall. 401, Bank v. Bank, 
against proved by creditors, a \ 

KENNETT v. CHAMBEBS, 14 H. 44. 

Illegal contracts, a | a 21 Wall. 480, Fox «. Gardner. 

Political questions. 5 

BtENNICOTX V. STJPEBVISOBS, 16 WaU. 458. 



6 92 U. S. 132, Phillips ». Payne. 



Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads ; legislative authority, a 

Recitals ; conditions ; estoppel ; 
boua-fide purchasers. 6 



a 94 U. S. 262, South Ottowa v. 
Perkins. 

b 102 U. S. 291, Buchanans. Litch- 
field. 



KENOSHA T. lAMSON, 9 WaU. 477, 

Coupons; limitations, a \ 

KENTON, ALMONESTEB v. See Almonester v. Kenton, 
KENTUCKY V. DENNISON, 84 H. 97. 

U.S. courts; mandamus, a 

Constitution; fugitive slave acts ; 
duty of governor of a State to sur- 
render. 6 

What provisions of the Constitu- 
tion are only declaratory, c 



a 20 Wall. 586, Clark v. Iowa. 



a 6 Wall. 197, Riggs v. Johnson. 
6 16 Wall. 370, Taylor v. Taintor. 
c 100 U. S. 347, ex parte Virginia, 
c 100 U. S. 391, ex parte SiehoXd. 
a 102 U. S. 675, Hartmaui;. Green- 
how. 



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KENTUCKY, NAT. BANK T. See Nat. Bank v. Kentucky. 
KENTUCKY, PATTERSON V. See Patterson v. Kentucky. 
KEOKUK, PACKET CO. v. See Packet Co. V. Keokuk. 
KEOKUK, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Keokuk. 
KBPLINGER v. DE YOUNG, 10 Wh. 358. 



Patents; liability of purchasers 
of article; ii]fringemeiit ; dam- 
ages, a 

KBBNOCHEN, SMZTH v. See Smith v. Kemochen. 
KEBB, MIM.ee v. See Miller v. Kerr. 
KEBB V. MOON, 9 "WTl. 565. 



a 11 H. 603, Hogg v. Eiuerr^ou 



Keal property ; transfer of gov- 
erned by lex loci sitce. a 
Foreign administrators. 6 



a 10 Wli. 192, McCorniick v. Sulli- 
van t. 
6 15 P. 4, Vaugbaii v. Nortbup. 
a 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 

KEBBISON V. STEWABT, 93 U. S. 155. 

Trustees; when the cestui que I a 94 U. S. 745, Corcoran v. Canal, 
trust bound by the decree, a \ 

KETCHUM, D'ABCY v. See D'Aroy v. Ketclium. 
KEY CITY, THE, 14 Wall. 658. 

. 'Equity ; laches, a I a 17 Wall. 81, Harwood ». R. R. Co. 

Rule in admiralty. 6 | 6 95 U. S. 33, Reed v. Ins. Co. 

KEYES, GOLD WASHING CO. v. See Gold Washing Co. v. Keyes. 
KIBBE, GOODTITI.E v. See Goodtitle v. Kibbe. 
KIBBE, POLLABD v. See Pollard v. Kibbe. 
KIMBALI,, THE, 3 Wall. 48. 

Lien for freight ; waiver, a \a 5 Wall. 5.58, The Bird of Paradise 
Payment by note. 6 | 6 17 Wall. 670, The Emily Souder. 

KCVCBALI. V. COLLECTOB, 10 WaU. 436. 

Duties ; importations ; permits I a 95 U. S. 193, Fabri v. Murphy, 
to laud and discharge cargo, a \ 

KIMBALIi, FOBSYTH t. See Forsyth v. Kimball. 

KOIBALIi, U. S. V. See U. S. o. Kimball. 

KINCAXD, WELIilAMSON v. See Williamson v. Kincaid. 

KINCANNON, OWINGS v. See Owings v. Kincanuon. 

KINDRED, BABBOWS v. See Barrows v. Kindred. ' 

KENG, EINtAY v. See FinLay v. King. 

KING, THE NEW WORID v. See New World, The, v. King. 

KING T. THOMPSON, 9 P. 880. 

Fraudulent conveyances, a | a 7 H. 227, McLaughlin o. Bank. 
KING, U. S. T. See U. S. v. King. 

KING, WILM. &, WELD. B. B. v. See Wilm. & Weld. E. E. u. King. 
KINGSLAND, McCLUBG v. See McClurg v. Klngsland. 
KINGSLEY, U. S. V. See U. S. -v. Kingsley. 
KINZIE, BBONSON v. See Bronson v. Kinzie. 



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KEBBT, U. S. V. See U. S. .;. Kirby. 
KXBK, BtrDDICCM: v. See Buddicum v. Kirk. 
KTBK, JENNISON v. See Jenniscn u. Kirk. 
KXRK V. SMITH, 9 Wh. 888. 

Limitations; adverse possession, a | a 14 'Wall. 14G, Amastroiigu MoiTill 
KIKK, SPOFFOKD v. See Spofford v. Kirk. 
KIRKPATBICK, TT. S. v. See U. S. v. Kirkpatrick. 
KIBTLAXD, WELLIAMS v. See WilUams v. Kirtland. 
KISSULI, V. ST. tOUIS PUBMC SCHOOtS, 18 H. 31. 



Missouri land titles; scliool 
lands, a 
Certificates of survey. 6 



a 24 H. 64, Jones v. Soulard. 

6 9 Wall. 290, Schools v. Wallier. 

a 10 Wall. 110, Schools v. Bisley. 



KITCHEN V. BANDOIiPH, 93 TJ. S. 86. 

Supersedeas, a | a 93 U. S. 416, Sage v. E. K. Co. 

KL£IN V. BtrSSEl,!., 19 Wall. 423. 

Patent law; reissues, a I a 93 U. S. 464, Russell v. Dodge. 

Error; waiver. 6 | 6 97 U. S. 583, Newcomb v. Wood. 

KlEEifSMITH, DtJNPHY v. See Dunphy v. Kleinsmith. 

KLINGEB V. aUSSOtJia, 13 Wall. S57. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to I a 14 Wall. 26, R. K. v. K. R. 
State coui'ts ; Federal question, a | a 98 U. S. 141, Bank v. Board Liq. 

KLESfTOCK, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Klintock. 

KNAPP T. BANKS, 8 H. 73. 



Supreme Court ; amount in dis- 
pute; when determined, a 



a 4 Wall. 165, Walker v. U. S. 
a 93 U. S. 567, Tel. Co. v. Rogers. 
a 95 U. S. 695, Thompson v Butlei 
KNAPP, CHES. & OHIO CANAL v. See Olies. & Ohio Oanal «. Knapp. 

KNIGHT, U. S. V. See U. S. o. Knight. 

KNOOP, PIQUA BANK v. See Piqaa Bank v. Knoop. 

KNOOP, STATE BANK OF OHIO v. See State Bank of Ohio v. Knoop. 

KNOWIiES, BEATYS v. See Beatys v. Knowles. 

KNOWI.ES T. GASLIGHT CO., 19 Wall. 58. 

Jurisdiction ; validity of judg- I a 21 Wall. 454, Hill v. Mendenhall. 
ments : want of service, a I a 91 U. S. 165, Hall v. Lanning. 

KNOX V. EXCHANGE BANK, 12 WaU. 379. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to j a 99 U. S. 320, University v. People 
State coiuts ; Federal question, a | 

KNOX V. I.EE. See Legal Tender Cases. 

KNOX, MABSHALL v. See MarshaU v. Knox. 

KNOX V. SMITH, 4 H. 898. 

Equity; jurisdiction, a | a 23 Wall, 470, Lewis v. Cocks. 

KNOX T. SUMMEBS, 3 Wall. 496. 

Jurisdiction over the person; gen- I a 18 Wall. 298, Atkins v. Disinte- 
«ral appearance, a I grating Co. 



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KNOX CO, V. ASPINWAll, 31 H. 540. 

a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 
b 
c 
a 
a 
a 



Municipal and county negotiable 
bonds; subsciiption to railroad 
stock; conditions in tlieact autlior- 
izing ; bona-lide holders ; estoppel ; 
recitals in bonds, a 

Coupons, b 

Corporations; contracts; estop- 
pel, c 



KNOX CO. T. ASMNWAlt, 84 H. 383 

U. S. courts ; raandaraus against a 
municipal officers to enforce levy of 
tax to pay judgment on bonds, a 



21 H. 547, Knox Co. v. Wallace. 
24 H. 299, Bissell v. Jeffersonville 
24 H. 37.5, Amey v. Allegh'y City 
24 H. 383, Knox Co. u Aspinwall 

2 Bl. 724, Moi-an v. Miami Co. 
1 Wall. 92, Mercer ». Hackett. 
1 Wall. 202, Gelpcke v Dubuque 
1 Wall. 393, Meyers. Muscatine 

3 Wall. 667, Kogers v. Burl'gton 
. 4 Wall. 276, Larned u. Burl'gton 

5 Wall. 7S3, Superv'su. Schenck 
7 Wall. 105, Aurora v. West. 

10 Wall. 645, Bank v. Bank. 

13 Wall. 305, Pendleton v. Amj-. 

14 Wall. 296, Lexington ». Butler 

15 Wall. 371, Grand Chute v. 

WInegai-. 

16 Wall. 465, Kennicolt v. Snpv's 
16 Wall. 665, St. Joseph u Kogers 
20 Wall. 587, Clark v. Iowa City. 
92 U. S. 490, Coloma ». Eavi;?. 
92 U. S. 500, Venice v. Murdock. 
94 U. S. 206, Com'rs v. January. 
96 U. S. 314, San Antonio v. 

MaheftV. 

98 U. S. 473, Amy v. Dubuque. 

99 U. S. 218, Superv. v Galbraith 
99 U. S. 682, Orleans v. Piatt. 
99 U. S. 686, Lyons v. Mnnson. 
101 U. S. 204, Pompton v. Union. 
102 U. S. 290, Buchanan v. Litch- 
field. 

6 Wall. 193, Kiggs v. Johnson. 

6 Wall. 482, Walkely u. Musca- 
tine. 

7 Wall. 612, Morgan v. Clerk. 

9 Wall. 417, Superv's ». Durant. 
98 U. S. 397, U. S. D. ST. Orleans 



a 2 Bl. 725, Moran v. Miami Co. 



KNOX CO. V. WAltACB, 81 H. 546. 

County bonds in aid of railroad ; 
conditions ; I'ecitals ; bona-fide hold- 
ers, a 

K0I:HI.£B v. BLACK KIVEB FAILS IBON CO., 8 Bl. 71S. 

Corporations; directors are trus- | a 91 U. S. 589, Oil Co. u. Marbiirv. 

tees, a I 

KOHL T. U. S., 91 U. S. 367. 

Constitution ; U. S.; power of I a 94 U. S. 320, U. S. v. Pox 
emnient domain, a I 

KOUNTZ, EXPRESS CO. V. See Express Co. .. Kountz. 
KURTZ, BEATXX T. See Beattyu. Kurtz. 
LA AMISTAD, 5 Wh. 385. 

Prize ; captures in neutral wa- I a 101 U. S. 42, The Florida. 

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LABEB T. COOPER, 7 Wall. 565. 

Instructions, a a 20 Wall. 1.S6, Burton v. Driggs. 

Verdict; what is cured by ver- 6 97 U. S. 392, Nauvoo v. Kitter. 
diet. 6 a 97 U. S. G95, Riich v. Rock Isl'd. 

6 99 U. S. 371, Brooklj'n v. Ins.Co. 
LA CKOSSE K. K., BKONSON v. See Bronson v. La Crosse R. R. Co. 
LADD, SILVEK V. See Silver v. Ladd. 
LADY PIKE, THE, 81 WaU. 1. 



Collision, a 

Snp. Court; review of collision 
cases. 6 



a 96 U. S. 4fi3, The Lady Pike. 

6 97 U. S. 328, The City of Hartford. 



LAFAYETTE, BLANC v. See Blaao v. Lafayette. 
LAFAYETTE, POULTNEY v. See Poaltney, ex parte. 
LAFAYETTE INS. CO. v. FRENCH, 18 H. 405. 



U. S. courts ; jurisdiction where 
a corporation is a party, a 

Eights of corporation in other 
States. 6 

Pleading; when defect in decla- 
ration remedied by replication, c 

Judgments without notice, d 



a 20 H. 231, Cov. Draw. Co. v Shep- 
herd. 

6 11 Wall. 429, St.LouisuFenyCo 

b 12 Wall. 81, K. R. Co. v. Harris. 

c IG Wall. 365, McNitt v. Turner. 

6 20 Wall. 457, Ins. Co. v. Morse. 

a 94 U. S. 445, Muller v. Dows. 

6 94 U. S. 539, Dos'le v. Ins. Co. 

d 95 U. S. 731, Pennoyer t>. NefT. 

6 96 U. S. 376, ex parte Scholen- 
berger. 



LAGOTF, NEILSON v. See Neilson v. Lagow. 
LAIRD, STUART v. See Stuart v. Laird. 
LAXRD, UNION BANK v. See Union Bank v. Laird. 
LAMAR V. BBO-WNE, 93 U. S. 187. 

Civil war; capture of cotton, a 
Exemption of oflBcers of the U. S. 
from suits. 6 



a 97 U. S. 58, Young v. U. S. 
b 100 U. S. 169, Dow v. Johnson. 



LA9IAR, REILY V. See Beily v. Lamar. 

LAMB, DAVENPORT v. See Davenport v. Lamb. 

LAMB T. DAVENPORT, 18 TVaU. 313. 

Land titles; Oregon donation | a 94 U. S. 488, Stark u._Starrs 



act. a 

LAMBERT v. GHISELIN, 9 H. 558. 

Negotiable paper; regularity of 
notice and protest a question of 
liiw for the court, a 



a 101 U. S. 507, Hall v. Russell. 
a 18 H. 517, Watson v. Tarpley. 



a 10 Wh. 204, Wright v. Denn. 
6 10 P. 180, Boon v. Chiles. 



LAMBERT v. PAYNE, 3 Cr. 186. 

Wills ; a devise of the fee. a 
Bona-fide purchaser, b 

LAMBERT, RICH v. See Rich v. Lambert. 
LAMBORN V. COUNTY COM'RS, 97 U. S. 181. 

Taxes ; recovery back, a | a 98 U. S. 543, E. R. Co. v. Com'rs. 

LAMPHIRE, JACKSON V. See Jackson v. Lamphire. 
LA3ISON, CITY v. See City v. Lamson. 
LAMSON, KENOSHA v. See Kenosha v. Lamson. 



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I.ANBES V. BBAIfT, 10 H. 348. 

Missouri land titles ; gi-aiit to the 
State ; when land selected attaches 
to grant; surveys, a 

Notice of claim ; possession. 6 

Patents; relation back; enure- 
ment; estoppel, c 

Equitable title; certificates, d 

Court will consider the several 
parts constituting the title and take 
them toffetlier as one act. e 

Iniperject Spanish title, f 

Where there have beeu two grants 
under former government, g 

Judgments; when tliey cannot 
be attacked collaterally. /* 

t ANE, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Lane. 
LANE V. VICK, 3 H. 4:11. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State court; law passed before the 
Union will not be reviewed, a 

liANB CO. V. OREGON, 7 WaU. 76. 

Constitution ; relations between 
the States and general govcrn- 
ent. a 

Taxing power of the govern- 
ment, b 

Of that of the States, c 

liANGDEAU V. HANBS, »! WaU. 635. 

Land claims under treaties ; pat- 1 a 95 U. S. 555, MorrowcWhituey. 
ent; operation of. a \ 

lANGDON, GtEimY v. See Glenny «. Langdon. 
liANGE, EX PAKTE, 18 WaU. 163. 



a 12 H. 72, Lessieur v. Price. 
b 14 H. 521, Marsh u. Brooks, 
c 21 H. 289, Fi-cnch v. Spenser, 
c 21 11. 302, Morehouse v. Phelps. 
b 21 H. 495, Lea «. Polk Copper (Jo. 
d 22 H. 338, Bertliold v. McDonald. 
e 23 H. 498, Yontz v. U. S. 
/24 H. 304, Masscy v. Papin. 
c 3 Wall. 491, Beard v. Federy. 
c 6 Wall. 380, Grisar i-. McDowell. 
g 8 Wall. 661, Maguire v. Tyler. 
/17 Wall. 281, Tyler v. Maguire. 
h 18 Wall. 464, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 
a 98 U. S. 212, Snyder v. Sickles. 



a 5 H, 374, Scott v. Jones. 



a 7 Wall. 725, Texas v. White. 
6 8 Wall. 541, Bank v. Fen no. 
b 9 Wall. 591, Tliompson v Pac. E. 
a 11 Wall. 125, Collector v. Day. 
c 18 Wall. 29, E. R. v. Peniston. 



Judgments ; may be good in part 
and bad in part, a 

Supreme Court; habeas corpus. 6 

When judgraeiits are void, c 

Double sentences, d 

Control of court over its judg- 
ments, e 



a 91 U. S. 27, Semmes v. U. S. 

b 93 U.S. 23, ex parte Faiks. 

c 93 U. S. 283, Windsor b. Mc- 
Veigh. 

d 99 U. S. 71, Lango D. Benedict. 

6 100 U. S. 343, expaHe Virginia. 

b 100 U. S. 375, expaHe Siebold. 

e 101 U. S. 752, Goddard i; Ordwav 

d 102 U. S. 611, U. S. V. Chouteau. 
WANGLES, BAXI, v. See Ball v. Langles. 
LANGIET, MARKET v. See Markey v. Langley. 
liANIER, DAVTDSOIf v. See Davidson 1). Lanier. 
LAfOJSSE V. BARKER, 3 Wli. 101. 

Contracts; what law governs. a\a 6 P. 641, Boyle u. Zacharie. 

U 91 U. S. 411, Seudder v. Bank. 
I.APENE, V. S. v. See U. S. v. Lapene. 
LAPEYRE V. V. S., 17 WaU. 191. 



Statutes and p r o c 1 a m a t i o n s ; 
when they take elfect. a 



a 97 U. S. 170, U. S. v. Norton. 
a 97 U. S. 383, Burgess w. Salmon. 
a 102 U. S. 437, McElratli v. U. S.^ 



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lAPICE, SUKGETT V. See Surgett d. Lapice. 
LAPSiET, BABB v. See Barr v. Lapsley. 
lAPSLET, SPENSEB v. See Spenser v. Lapsley. 
I.ABAMIE CO. V. AXBANT CO., 98 U. S. 307. 

^lunicipal corpoi-ations; division I alOOU.S.526,Mt.PleasantuBeck- 
anc1 annexation ; effect on debts, a with. 



LA ROCHE V. JONES, 9 H. 170. 

Land titles ; Spanisli grants N. 
31° N. latitude ; invalidity of. a I 

I.ABDNEB, MUBBAY v. See Murray v. Lardner. 
tABKIIf, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Larkin. 
LASEEE T. BOCHEBEAU, 17 TVaU. 437, 



a 10 H. 641, Kobinson v. Minor. 



Civil war; validity of sales of 
property of owners absent within 
the Confederate lines, a 



a 18 Wall. 110, University ». Finch. 



I.ASH, DATTTON v. See Dayton v. Lash. 
lATHAM & DEMING'S APPEAX, 9 WaU. 145. 

Supreme Court ; right of appel- 
lant to dismiss his appeal, a 

tATHBOP V. DRAKE, 91 V. S. S16. 

Bankruptcy ; jurisdiction of the 

Circuit Cts. in suits by assignees, a 

Jurisdiction of the State courts. 6 



a 94 U. S. 259, U. S. v. Young. 



a 92 U. S. 182, Burback». Bigelow. 
b 93 U. S. 133, Claflin w. Houseman 
a 94 U. S. 559, Dutclier v. Wright. 
6 98 U. S. 25, Glenny v. Langdon. 



tATHBOP T. JUBSON, 19 H. 66. 

Supreme Court ; how error must I a 20 H. 441, Suydam «.W411iamson 
appear, a \ 

liAtTB, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Laub. 

I.AVENDAR, TONI.ET v. See Tonley v. Lavendar. 

I,A VENGEAJfCE, U. S. v. See U. S. v. La Vengeance. 

tATV, ADAMS V. See Adams v. Law. 

I,AW V. CROSS, 1 Bl. 636. 

Partnership ; when in suit by 
partner all the partners need not 
be joined, a 

Instructions; exceptions, b 

LAW, PRATT V. See Pratt v. Law. 
LAW, BAY v. See Ray v. Law. 
LAWLER V. WAXKER, 14 H. 149. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State courts; how the Federal ques- 
tion must appear, a 



a 2 Bl. 584, The Potomac. 
& 3 Wall. 142, Cliquot's Champ'e. 
6 10 Wall. 115, Schools v. Risley. 
b 16 Wall. 517, Tweed's Case. 



a 18 H. 512, Maxwell v. Kewbold. 
a 4 Wall. 180, E. E. Co. v. Eock. 
a 10 Wall. 510, Messengers. Mason 
a 11 Wall. 38, Parmelee t>. Law- 
rence. 
a 92 U. S. 329, Browii v. Atwell. 
See Fowle v. Lawrason. 



LAWRASON, FOWLE v, 

LAWRENCE T. ALLEN, 7 H. 797. 

Duties; imports; names by which I a 92 U. S. 471, Tyug v. Grinnell. 
articles are taxed, a | 

LAWRENCE, BANK OF COLUMBIA T. See Bank of Col. v. Lawrence. 
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LAWRENCE v. CASWEH, 13 H. 438.' 

Duties; asspssment. a I « 24 H. 526, Belcher ». Linn. 

Snit to recover back duties. 6 | 6 7 Wall. 127, Nicliols ». U. S. 

LAWRENCE, COL. INS. CO. T. See Col. Ins. Co. d. Lawrence. 

LAWRENCE v. McCALMONT, 8 H. 486. 

Guaranty; notice, a | a 10 H. 472, Man'f'g Co. u. Welch. 

LAWRENCE, MAILLARD v. See MaiUard u. Lawrence. 



LAWRENCE V. MINTURN, 17 H. 109. 



Jettison, a 

Bills of lading; effect of, as re- 
gards the con.5ignee. 6 

Admiralty ; libel by agent, c 

Carriers by sea; liability for 
loss. A 



a 19 H. 165, Dnpont ». Vance. 

a 21 H. 345, McKinley v. Morrish. 

6 3 Wall. 457, The Sally Magee. 

h 3 Wall. 553, The Bermuda. 

a 9 Wall. 231, Star of Hope. 

a 9 AVall. 684, The Portsmouth. 

c 14 Wall. 109, The Thames. 

c 14 Wall. 266, Vaughan u. The 
Telegraph. 

A 14 Wall. 599, The Delaware. 
LAWRENCE, PARMELEB v. See Parmelee v. Lawrence. 
LAWRENCE, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Lawrence. 

LAWRENCE CO., WOODS v. See Woods v. Lawrence Oo. * 

LAWSON, U. S. V. See U. S. i). Lawson. 
LEAGUE V. BE TOCNG, 11 H. 800. 

Texas land titles ; head-right to | a 14 H. 79, Herman v. Phalen. 
lands; fraudulent certificates, a \ 

LEAGUE V. EGERT, 24 H. 865. 

InvYVh; Sm',:!".^ ^-'' ""'J'^"^ *°1- 1 « 24 H. 434, SuydaraB.William.son. 
low the State decisions, a | a 4 Wall. 204, Christy «. Pridgeon. 

LEAR, ARMSTRONG v. See Armstrong v. Lear. 

LEAR, ESTHO v. See Estho i>. Lear. 

LEAVENWORTH CO. T. BARNES, 94 U. S. tO. 



County bonds in aid of railroads ; 
recitals ; estoppel ; bona-fide pur- 
chasers, a 



i U. S. 102, Davies Co. v. Huide- 
koper. 



LEAVENWORTH R. R. v. U. S., 93 U. S. 733. 

Grants of lands by Congress to 
railroads; what is land 'reserved.' a 

When title vests. 6 

Acts making donations; pre- 
existing rights, c 



a 92 U. S. 
h 97 U.S. 
6 99 U.S. 
c 101 U. S. 
6 101 U. S. 



LE BARON, U. S. T. See U. S. v. Le Baron. 
LE BLANC, U. S. t. See U. S. v. Le Blanc. 
LECANU, LEFTWICH t. See Leftwioh ^. Lecanu 
LE CLAIRE, MAY t. See May •«. Le Claire. 
LE COMPTE V. U. S., 11 H. 124. 

Louisiana land titles; imperfect | a 101 U S 
grants; location, a \ 

LECRAW, BOSTON v. See Boston ^. Lecraw. 



762, Newhall d. Sanger. 
496, R. R. ». R. R.° 
475, R. R. Co. V. Ailing. 
277, BroderB.WaterCo. 
509, Hall V. Russell. 



707, D'Auterive«.U.S. 



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IiEDOrX T. BLACK, 18 H. 475. 

Laud titles; floating grants; first I a 18 Wall. 267, Henshaw ». Bissell, 
survey ; when belter title, a \ 

tEE, BAXE OF r. S. V. See Bank of U. S. v. Lee. 
X£E, CROCKETT v. See Crockett v. Lee. 
TjEE t. sick, 10 p. 483. 



Letters of guaranty, a 
Statute of frauds; agreement to 
pay debt of another. 6 



a 12 P. 207, Adams v. Jones. 
6 1 H. 180, Bell v. Bruin, 
•a 2 H. 445, Lawrence e. McCal- 
moat. 



I.EE, GARCIA T. See Garcia v. Lee. 
I.EE, HOPKINS V, See Hopkins v. Lee. 
lEE, LODGE V. See Lodge ii. Lee. 
LEE T. MONROE, 7 Cr. 368. 

Equity; fraud; rescission, a 
U. S.; when bound by acts and 
declarations of agents, b 

LEE, NOONAN v. See Noonan v. Lee. 

LEE, OGLE V. See Ogle v. Lee. 

LEE CO., THOMPSON v. See Thompson v. Lee Oo. 

LEE T. -WATSON, 1 WaU. 337. 

Supreme Court ; value of matter 
in dispute, a 

LEE CO. V, :]^OGEBS, 7 Wall. 181. 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads ; want of authority ; bona-fidc 
holders, a 

Municipal corporations; legisla- 
tive power over; obligation of con- 
tracts, h 

LEE CO., WEBER v. See Weber v. Lee Oo. 
LEEDS V. MARINE INS. CO., 3 Wh. 380. 

Equity; proof must correspond I a 10 P. 209, Boon v. Chiles, 
with case made in bill, a 



a 8 H. 149, Veazie v. Williams. 
6 93 U. S. 257, Whiteside v. U. S. 
6 96 U. S. 692, HawkiaS v, U. S. 



a 93 U. S. 242, Schacker «. Ins. Co. 
a 97 U. S. 565, Gray v. Blancliard. 



a 97 U. S. 104, Warren v. Marcy. 
6 100 U. S. 532, Mt. Pleasant v. 
Beckwith. 



LBFETNGWELL v. WARREN, 3 Bl. 

U. S. courts ; when they follow 
the decisions of the State courts, a 
Statute of limitations, b 



599. 

a 
a 
a 
b 
a 
a 
a 
a 
a 



LEFELEB, tJ. S. v. See XT. S. v. Leffler. 



2 Bl. 518, Gilman v. Sheboygan 
2 Bl. 534, Summer ». Hicks. 
1 Wall. 205, Gelpckew Dubuque 

5 Wall. 289, Croxall v. Shercrd 

6 Wall. 630, Prov. Inst. v. Mass 
6 Wall. 641, Hamilton v. Mass. 

15 Wall. 438, Bichmondv. Smith 
18 Wall. 82, Superv'r's v. U. S. 
94 U. S. 770, Lippincott v. Mit- 
chell. 

a 97 U. S. 637, Davie v. Briggs. 

a 98 U. S. 471, Amy K. Dubuque. 

a 100 U. S. 52, Fairfield v Gallatin 

b 100 U. S. 583, Dickerson v. Col- 
grove. 

a 100 U. S. 677, M^ch. Co. v. Gage 



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lEFTWICH V. LECANU, 4 Wall. 18T. 



Bills of exception, a 



a 17 Wall. 410, Keed v. Gardner. 



I-EGAX. TENDEK CASES, 18 Wall. 497. 



Constitution; legal tender, u 



lEGGETT V. AVBKT, 101 V. S. 856. 

Patent law ; reissues, a 



a 13 Wall. 606, Dooley v. Smith. 
a 14 Wall. 268, Vaughan v. The 

. Telegraph. 
a 14 Wall. 308, Bigler v. Waller, 
o 15 Wall. 105, R. E. v. Johnson. 
a 22 Wall. 112, Maryland v. K. R. 
a 96 Wall. 587, Bissell v. Heyward. 



I fli 102 U. S. 228, Goodyear ». Dayis. 

I.EGGETT, BTUMPHBEYS v. See Hamphreys v. Leggett. 
LEGGETT V. BTOMPHKEYS, SI H. 76. 

Sureties, a, 1 a 2 Wall. 235, Smith v. U. S. 

Eqnity; enjoining judgments. 6 I 6 94 U. S. 658, Crim v. Handley. 

lEGBAITD V. DARNALI,, 8 P. 667. 

Slaves; descendants of; right to l a 19 H. 423, Bred Scott r. Sandford 
sue in U. S. courts, a \ 

lEITENSDOBFBK v. WEBB, 80 H. 176. 



War ; power of the President and 
national forces in territory occu- 
pied, a 



L-ELAITD, KELSON T. See Nelson v. Leland. 
ICELAND V. WIIiKINSON, 6 F. 317. 

Sup. Court U. S. ; private laws 
must appear in the record, a 

Constitution ; " faith and credit," 
to be given judgments, b 

LEtAKD V. WIDKISrSON, lO P. 894. 

Certificates of division, a 
Curative legislation. 6 

LEtAND, WILKINSON v. See Wlllcinson v. Leland 
LENOX, GOBMAN v. See, Gorman i). Lenox. 
LENOX V. PEOtTT, 3 Wh. 680. 

Equity ; allegata and probata, a 
Kegotiahle paper; endorsers; 
When entitled to aid of equity, b 

LENOX T. BOBEBTS, 8 Wh. 373. 

Negotiable paper; notice; due 
diligence, a 

Equity ; will not allow a trust to 
fail for want of trustee. 6 

General assignment by the cor- 
poration to the corporators, c 

LENOX, YEATON v. See Teaton v. Lenox. 



a 9 Wall. 133, The Grapeshot. 
a 15 Wall. 384, Pennywit v. Eaton 
a 20 Wall. 394, N. Orl. v. S. S. Co. 
a 21 Wall. 88, Harailfon v. Dillon. 
a 22 Wall. 296, Bank v. Bank. 



a 20 H. 440, Suydam v. Williamson 
b 16 Wall. 619, Crapo ». Kelly. 



I a 7 H. 190, U. S. v. Chicago. 
I 6 7 Wall. 624, Beloit n. Morgan. 



a 10 P. 209, Boon i'. Chiles. 
a 5 H. 204, Creath v. Sims. 
6 22 Wall. 593, Ross v. Jones. 

a 10 P. 573, Dickens v. Beal. 
b 15 H. 305, Curran v. Arkansas, 
c 16 H. 480, Bason v. Robertson. 



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t:^ON V. GAXCEAAN, 11 WaU. 1S4, 

Attacliment against vessel ; not 
proceeding in aJmiral'ty. a 

State cannot create maritime 
lien. 6 

Admiralty jnrisdictioii ; collision 
on navigable waters, c 



a 15 Wall. 384, Pennvwit v Eaton 
a 16 Wall. 538, Sream. Co.!) Chase 
& 20 Wall. 218, The Lottavvana. 
6 93 U. S. 356, Morton a. Switzer 
6 99 U. S. 43, U. S. u. Ames, 
c 102 U. S. 119. Schoonmaker v. 
Gilmore. 



liEONAKD, CBOTJDSON' T. See Croudson i). Leonard. 
I.EONABD V. BAVIS, 1 Bl. 483. 

Sale; when complete, a \a 6 Wall. 554, Tome c. Dubois. 

Delivery. 6 



6 100 U. S. 128, Hatch v. Oil Co. 



JjEONAKD, JEIOflSONS V. See Jenaisons b. Leonard, 
IE KOT V. BEAKD, 8 H. 451. 

Agency ; ambiguous powers. a\ a 13 H. 356, Very v. Levy. 
IX. KOT, MARYLAND DfS. CO. v. See Maryland Ins. Co. v. Le Eoy. 
1X1 KOT T. TATHAM, 14 H. 146. 



Patent law; '"invention." a 
Specification ; construction of. 6 

IiEBOT, WADE v. See Wade v. Leroy. 
liES BOIS V. BBAMELL, 4 H. 449. 

Missouri land titles; commons, a 
Complete and incomplete titles ; 
action of political department on. b 
Confirmed Spanish grant and 
grant of St. Louis commons. . c 
Confirmation by act Congress, d 
Jnniorand senior confirmations, e 
Ejectment may be brought after 
survey is made, approved and re- 
corded. ,f 



a 15 H. 106, O'Reilly v. Morse. 
b 15 H. 338, Winans v. Denmead. 
a 22 H. 134, Le Eoy v. Tatham. 



a 4 H. 445, Maekey v. Dillon. 
6 7 H. 590, Kennedy v. Hunt, 
c 8 H. 330, Bissell v. Penrose, 
d 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
e 10 H. 369, Landes v. Brant. 
a 16 H. 507, Guitard v. Stoddard. 
6 19 H. 80, Willot V. Sandford. 
/ 19 H. 334, Brvan v. Forsyth. 
c 22 H. 341, Be'rthold u. McDonald. 
b 14 Wall. 313, Dent v. Emraerger. 



I.ESI.rE, CBAIG V. See Oraig v. Leslie. 
LESSXECTB V. FBICE, 13 H. 75. 

Public lands; grants by Congress 
to the States ; act of 1841 ; what 
words import a grant in future, a 
When legal title vests, b 
New Madrid location, c 
Eelation ; doctrine of. d 
Judgments by divided court, e 



a 15 H. 445, Foley ». Harrison. 

b 17 H. 552, Fremont v. U. S. 

c 22 H. 159, Hale v. Gaines. 

a 1 Bl. 380, Kice v. Railroad Co. 

b 6 Wall. 150, Rector ». Ashley. 

d 13 Wall. 101, Gibsons Chouteau 

c 19 Wall. 633, Maekey v. Easton. 

6 21 Wall. 60, Schulenberg v. 
Harriman. 

c 92 U. S. 713, Hot Springs Cas. 

a 101 U. S. 509, Hall v. Russell. 

£ 102 U. S. 676, Hartmana. Green- 
how. 

lETSON, LOUISVTLIiE K. B. CO. v. See Louisville B. R. Co. v. Letson. 
LEVEE COMMISSIONEKS, HEINE v. See Heine v. Levee Commissioners. 
LEVY T. AKBEDOISnDO, 13 P. 318. 

Supreme Court ; i-eversal with a 2 Wall. 195, Chittenden v Brew- 
leave to produce further evidence, a ster. 

a 11 Wall. 227, May v. Le Claire. 



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liEVY V. riTZPATBICK, 16 P. 110. 

U. S. courts ; jurisdiction over 
non-resident defendants ; attach- 
ments, a 

Louisiana ; executory process. 5 

liEVr T. GADSBT, 3 Cr. ISO. 

Usury, a 

Jury; construction of written in- 
sti'uments is for the court, b 



a 20 H. 314, Chaffee v. Hayward. 
b IT Wall. 18, Marin v. Lally. 



a 7 F. 103, Nictiols v. Fearson. 
b 17 Wall. 142, Gfoddardu. Foster. 
a 100 U. S. 249, Gates v. Bank. 



I/EVy, NICHOLS V. See Nichols v. Levy. 
I.EVT V. STEWABT, 11 WaU. 8491. 



Limitations; suspended during 
the civil war. a 



a 14 Wall. 236, Caperton k Bowyer 
a 22 Wall. 587, Ross v. Jones. 
a 92 U. S. 115, Harrison v. Myer. 



a 11 Wall. 227, May v. Le Claire. 
6 22 Wall. 253, French v. Hay. 



LEVY, V. S. V. See V. S. v. Lery. 
lEVT, TEBY v. See Tery v. Levy. 
liBVT COUKT V. KLNGOLJ), 5 P. 45*. 

U. S.; suits by; who must rep- I a 7 Wall. 457, Confiscation Cases, 
resent, a \ 

I-EWIS V. CAMPAr, 3 WaU. lOS. 

Supreme Court; writ of error to i a 6 Wall. 262, Millengar a; Hartnpee 
State courts ; Federal question, a ( 

LEWIS V. DARMNG, 16 H. 7. 

Supreme Court; reversal with 
leave to make new allegations, a 

Equity; power to restrain acts 
beyond territorial jurisdiction, b 

LEWIS V. LEWIS, 7 H. 778. 

Limitations ; effect of repeal of i a 17 Wall. 600, Sohn v. Watterson. 
savings clause on existing rights, a \ 

LEWIS T. McEAKLAIO), 9 Cr. 151. 

Executors ; letters testamentaiy 
give no power to sue out of juris- 
diction of the court gi'anting. o 

LEWIS v. MARSHALL, 6 P. 470. 

Statute of limitations, a 

^ LEWIS V. V. B. 98 U. S. SIS. 

U. S.; priority of. a 

LEXINGTON, THE. See New Jersey S. Nay. Oo. „. Merchants' Bank. 
LEXINGTON v. BUTLER, 14 Wall. 889. 



a 9 Wh. 566, Kerr v. Moon. 
a 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 



I a 2 Bl. 606, Lefflngwell v. Wan-en. 
I a 93 tr. S. 643, Bayne o. U. S. 



Coupons; limitations, a 
Mniiicipsil and county bonds in 
aid of railroads; rights of bona- 
iUlc holders ; conditions ; estoppel, b 
Lis pendens, c 



a 20 Wall. 587, Clarice v. Iowa. 
b 94 U. S. 206, Comra'r v. January 

S. 109, Warren e. Marcy. 

S. 473, Amy v. Dubuque. 



c 97 U. 
a9SU. 



LEXINGTON, McCONNELL v. See McConnell v. Lexington. 



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IICENSE CASES, 5 H. 573. 

Constitution ; commerce ; regu- 
lation of. a 

Police power. 6 

Tax on imports ; when State 
may exercise the power to tax. c 

Concurrent powers, d 



a 14 H. 572, Veazie u. Moore. 

6 22 H. 241, Sinnot v. Davenport. 

6 3 Wall. 730, Gil man v. Phila. 

c 5 Wall, 479, Pervear v. Comra. 

c 8 Wall. 139, Woodruff v. Par- 
ham. 

b 9 Wall. 45, U. S. v. De Witt. 

c 13 Wall. 33, Low v. Austin. 

6 16 Wall. 64, Slaughter -House 
Cases. 

d 16 Wall. 482, Osborne v. Mobile. 

d 92 U. S. 274, Henders'nw Mayor 

6 94 U. S. 125, Munn v. Illinois. 

b 97 U. S. 33, Beer Co. v. Mass. 

6 97 U. S. 503, Patterson v. Ken. 

d 102 U, S. 701, Mobile v. Kimball. 



LICENSE TAX CASES, 6 WaU. 468. 

Constitution ; regulation of com 
merce; imports; tax on. a 
Police' regulations. 6 
Direct taxes, c 



a 5 Wall. 478, Pervear v. Comm. 
6 9 Wall, 45, U. S. v. De Witt, 
c 23 Wall. 348, Scholey v. Eew, 
a 93 U. S. 122, Ins. Co. v. City. 



lilDE, WOOD V. See Wood v. Tjde. 

L,rFE ZNS. CO., JEEFKEES v. See Jeffries v. Life Ins. Oo. 
LIFE ESS. CO., MUXEB f. See Miller v. Life Ins. Co. 
LIFE rtfS. CO. V. TEKKT, 15 Wall. 583. 

Insurance ; suicide, a I a 93 U. S. 286, Bigelow v. Ins. Co. 



LIFE AITD FEBE ENS. CO. v. 



. a 95 U. S; 241, 

ADAJMS, 8 P. 891. 



Ins. Co. V. Eodel. 



Mandamus by Sup. Court will 
not lie to direct what judgment the 
the court below should enter, a 

LEFE Aia> FERE ENS. CO. v. 



a 9 P. 592, Ins. Co. v. Adams. 

a 13 P. 289, ex parte Hoyt. 

a 14 Wall. 166, ex parte Newman. 

WILSON, 6 P. 891. 



a 8 P. 306, Ins. Co. v. Adams. 
a 11 H. 287, Eeeside u. Walker. 
a 22 H. 181, U. S. v. Addison. 
a 7 Wall. 376, ex parte Bradley. 
a 14 Wall. 166, ex pa?-ie Newman. 
6 93 U. S. 234, Yznaga del Valley 

V. Harrison. 
a 101 U. S. 720, ex paHe E. E. Co. 

LEFE AND FIKE INS. CO., WILSON v. See Wilson «. Life and Fire Ins. Co. 
LINCOLN v. CLAFLIN, 7 WaU. 136. 



Supreme Court U.S.; mandamus 
will not lie to direct a judge what 
judgment to enter; when it lies to 
compel him to sign a judgment; 
ministerial duties, a 

Louisiana ; judge must sign judg- 
ment. 6 



Bills of exception. 
Evidence ; fraud. 



a 7 Wall. 568, Laber v. Cooper. 
6 13 Wall. 467, Butler v. Watkins. 
a 17 Wall. 411, Eeed v. Gardner. 
a 98 IT. S. 284, Beckwith v. Bean. 



104. 

a 10 P. 573, Dickens v. Beal. 



LINDENBEBGEK v. BEALL, 6 Wh. 

Negotiable paper ; notice, u 
LINDSAY, MOBDECAI v. See Mordecai v. Lindsay. 
LINDSAY, BAILBOAD CO. v. See Railroad Co. i>. Lindsay. 
LINDSAY, BIGGS V. See Eiggs -o. Lindsay. 
LINDSEY, FOWLEB V. See Fowler v. Llndsey. 



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a 1 Willi. 115, Minn.!;. B:ichekler. 
b 5 Wall. 565, U. S. v. Comm. 
6 7 Wall. 224, Silver v. Ladd. 
b 13 Wall. 85, Johnson v. Tovvsley 
& 13 Wall. 102, Gibson v. Chouteau 



a 12 P. 294, Galloway v. Finley. 
b 13 Wall. 104, Gibson v. Chouteau 
e 14 Wall. 145, Armstrong uMorrill 
c 98 U. S. 488, U. S. v. Thompson. 



lENUSET V. HA WES, 3 Bl. 554. 

Land titles ; when jui-isdiction of 
land oflSoeis exclusive, a 

Bemedy of holder of supei-ior 
equity; construction of pre-emp- 
tion laws, b 

LrfJDSET V. MXt.I.EK, 6 P. 666. 

Patents ; military lands ; void 
entries, a 

Power of Congress over the pub- 
lic lands cannot be obstructed by- 
State legislation. 6 

U. S. ; limitations, c 

LENUSEY, WATTS v. See Watts v. Lindsey. 

LUSIf, BELCHER v. See Belcher v. Linn. 

LDfN, MECH. BANK OF ALEX. v. See Mechanics' Bank of Alex. v. Linn. 

LrNN, U. S. V. See U. S. o. Linn. 

tnSSEED, BAGS OF. See Bags of Linseed. 

LINTHICUM:, LUTZ v. see Lutz v. Linthioum. 

LINTON T. STANTON, 12 H. 485. 

Writ of error to State court ; how I a 1 Wall. 517, Roosevelt v. Meyer, 
the Federal question must appear, a \ 

L'INTINCIBI.B, 1 Wh. 338. 

Admiralty ; immunity of foreign 
public vessels, a 

LIONBEBGEB v. BOUSE, 9 WaU. 473. 

National bank shares; taxation, a | a 9 Wall. 590, Thompson v. R. R. 
LITCHFIELD, DTJB. & PAC. B. K. v. See Dubuque & Pao. B. R. ii. Litchfield. 
LITCHFIELD v. KEGISTEK, 9 Wall. 575. 

Mandamus to executive oUicers. a\a 93 U. S. 173, French v. Fyan. 

a 101 XJ. S. 475, Marquez v. Frisbie 

LITER V. GREEN, 8 WTi. 306. 

Error; discretion cannot gen- I a 11 Wall. 676, Cook v. Burnley, 
erally be reviewed, a \ 

LITER, GREEN v. See Green v. Liter. 
LITTLE V. ALEXANDER, 31 W^all. 500. 

Bankruptcy; preferences, a \ a 102 U. S. 268, Rogers v. Palmer. 

LITTLE V. BARREME, 3 Cr. 170. 

Public officers ; torts, a | a 4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 

LITTLEFIELD v. PERRY, 31 Wall. 305. 

U. S. courts; patent rights, a | a 99 U. S. 551, Kartell «. Tilghman. 

LIVINGSTON V. MARYLAND INS. CO., 7 Cr. 506. 

Insurance ; representations, a | a 8 H. 245, Clark v. Ins. Co. 

LIVINGSTON T. MOORE, 7 P. 551. 



a 7 Wh. 284, The Santissima Trin- 
idad. 



Constitution; first ten ameiid- 
nients do not apply to the States, a 
Equity ; when it f ollo\vs the law. 6 
Power of Legislature to give va- 
lidity to past deeds, c 



a 14 P. 586, Holmes v. Jennison. 
a 9 Wall. 278, Justices v. Murray. 
6 15 Wall. 229, Oelriclis v. Spain. 
a 21 WaU. 557, Edwards v. Elliott, 
c 23 Wall. 149. Randell v. Kreiger. 
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MVTNGSTON V. STORY, 9 P. 655. 

Louisiana ; practice in U. S. 
courts, a 

Petitory actions ; ejectment ; re- 
covery must be on leapal title. 6 

Cliancery jurisdiction of U. S. 
courts not controlled by State prac- 
tice, c 

LIVrNGSTON V. STORY, 11 P. 351. 

U. S. courts ; citizenship, a I 



a 1.5 P. 13, Gaines v. Kelt. 
a 5 H. 288, Phillips v. Preston. 
b 10 H. 264, Gilmer v. Poiudexter. 
c 13 H. 270, Neves v. Scott. 
6 20 H. 17. Jones v. Moilasters. 
c 21 H. 592, Barber v. Barber, 
c 23 H. 105, Green v. Creighton. 

a 3 Wall. 423, De Sobry v. Nichol- 
son. 



LIVINGSTON, STORY v. See Story v. Livingston. 
LIVINGSTON V. ■WOODWORTH, 15 H. 546. 



Patent law ; 
fringement. a 



damages for in- 



LLOYD v. ALEXANDER, 1 Cr. 365. 

Citation, a 



LLOYD V. EULTON, 91 U. S. 485 

Voluntary conveyances, a 

LLOYD T. HOUGH, 1 H. 159. 

Kent ; action to i-ecover. a 

LLOYD V. SCOTT, 9 P. 438. 

Usury, a 
LLOYD, SCOTT v. See Scott v. Lloyd. 
LOAN AlSSOCIATION v. TOPEKA, 20 WaU. 658. 



a 20 H. 202, Dean v. Mason. 

a 9 Wall. 802, Rubber Co. v Good- 
year. 

a 93 U. S. 70, Birdsall v. Coolidge 

a 97 U. S. 139, Elizabeth v. Pave- 
ment Co. 

a 5 Cr. 321, Welch u. Mandervillc. 
a 6 H. 88, Villabolos a. U. S. 
a 93 U. S. 87, Kitchen v Kandolph 
a 99 U. S. 609, Bank v. Bank. 

I a 101 U. S.' 229, Jones v. Clifton. 
I a 8 H. 409, West v. Smith. 
I a 12 P. 143. Scott v. Lloyd. 



Negotiable p.aper ; liability of 
vendors of void paper, a 

Public use ; bonds issued by mu- 
nicipal corporations. 6 



a 92 U. S. 448, Otis v. Culhim. 
6 94 U. S. 314, Burl'ton v. Beasley. 
& 98 U. S. 394, U. S. V. N. Orleans. 
6 99 U. S. 598, U. S. v. Macon Co. 



LOCKE T. UNITED STATES, 7 Cr. 3,'!9. 



Duties; construction of collection 
law of March 2, 1799; permits to 
land, a 

Information of forfeiture, b 

Probable cause, c 



a 8 Cr. 109, Harford v. U. S. 
6 3 Wh. 246, Gelston «. Hoyt. 
b 4H. 243, Clifton u. U. S. 
c 3 Wall. 162, The Thompson. 
c 17 Wall. 92, Averill v. Smith, 
c 18 Wall. 540, Chaffee v. U. S. 
c 97 U. S. 265, Lilieutliall's To- 
bacco. 

LOCKHART, HORN v. See Horn v. Lockhart. 
LOCKWOOD, MOREY v. See Morey v. LockWDod. 
LOCKWOOD, RAILROAD CO. v. See Railroad Co. v. Lookwood. 
LODGE V. LEE, 6 Cr. 337. 

Grants; construction of. a | a 6P. 739, U. S 

LOETCS, BRANDON v. See Brandon v. Loftas. 



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LOGAJSr V. PATRICK, 6 Cr. 388. 

U. S. courts; jurisdiction; citi- 
zentiiip; auxiliary bills, a 



a 10 Wall. 333, Jones v. Andrews. 
a 22 Wail. 2.53, French v. Hay. 
a 24 H. 460, Freeman v. Clarke. 



I.EGER'WOOD, PICKETT v. See Pickett v. Legerwood. 
liOMBABD, BAYAKD v. See Bayard v. Lombard. 
lOMBARD, GRAHAM v. See Graham «. Lombard. 
liONDON PACKET, THE, a Wll. 378. 

Prizi? ; evidence, a | a 3 Wall. 459, The Sally Magee. 

liONGAl*', CARPENTER v. See Carpenter v. Longan. 
LONGEST, GORDON v. See Gordon v. Longest. 
LONGWORTH, HINDE v. See Hinde v. Longwortb. 
LONG'WORTH, TATLOR v. See Taylor v. Longworth. 
LORD, MAYOR v. See Mayor v. Lord. 
LORD V. VEAZIE, 8 H. 354. 

Supreme Court; fictitious suits, a I a ] Bl. 425, Clev. v. Chamberlain. 

a 8 Wall. 336, Paper Co. v. Heft. 

LORING, EX PARTE, 94 U. S. 418. 

Supreme Court ; mandamus, a \a 98 U. S. 241, ex parte Schwab. 

I a 102 U. S. 186, ex parte Perry. 
LOTT, HINSON v. See Hinson «. Lott. 
LOTTA WANNA, THE, 30 Wall. 801. 

Admiralty; jurisdiction ; notice, as | a 23 Wall. 136, Kay v, Noseworthy 

LOTTA WANNA, THE, 31 Wall. 571. 

Admiralty; no maritime lien for | a 93 U. S. 365, Iforton v. Switzer. 
services lo domestic vessel, a I 

LOUGHBOROUGH v. BLAKE, 5 Wh. 317. 

Constitution ; direct taxation in I a 7 Wall. 446, Ins. Co. u. Soule. 
the territories, a \ 

LOUISA R. R. CO., RICH. R. R. CO. v. See Rich. E. E. Co. v. R. E. Co. 
LOUISIANA, THE, 3 WaU. 173. 

Collision ; steamer and sailing I a 3 Wall. 313, The Granite State, 
vessel; negligence, a \ 

LOUISIANA, THE, v. FISHER, 31 H. 1. 

Collision ; duties of steamships, a | o 13 Wall. 479, The Ariadne. 
LOUISIANA, MORGAN v. See Morgan v. Louisiana. 
LOUISIANA, NATHAN v.' See Nathan v. Lonisiana. 

LOUISIANA NAT. BANK, SELMA & M. R. R. v. See Selma E. E. u. Bank. 
LOUISVILLE MAN. CO. v. W^ELCH, 10 H. 461. 

Guaranty, a | a 10 H. 203, Woodruff w. Trapnall. 

LOUISVILLE R. R. CO. v. LETSON, 3 H. 497. 



U. S. courts; jurisdiotion where 
a coi-poraUon is a party; citizen- 
ship, a 

Suit to enforce liens on land ; act 
of 1839. (5 St. 321.) 6 



a 16 H. 325, Marshall v. E. E. Co. 
a 20 H. 231, Drawbridge Co. v. 

Sheppard. 
a 1 Bl. 295. E. E. v. Wheeler. 
a 5 Wall. 542, Ins. Co. v. Eitchle. 
a 7 Wall. 121, Cowles v. Mercer. 
a 8 Wall. 178, Paul v. Virginia. 
a 11 Wall. 216, Ins. Co. v. Franci.'*. 
a 12 Wall. 82, K. E. Co. v. Harri.^ 
a 18 Wall. 574, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 
6 93 U. S. 205, Ober v. Galla;;her. 



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liOVEJOT V. MCKKAY, 3 WaU. 18. 

Ees judicata ; conclusiveness of 
judgments, a 

Lis pendens; when it can be 
pleaded. 6 

Joint tort feasors, c 



a 4 Wall. 672, Bobbins v. Chicago 
6 10 Wall. 218, The Kalorama. 
a 92 U. S. 394, Sraeltzer v. White, 
c 93 U. S. 315, Tlie Atlas, 
c 95 U. S. 349, Sessions v. Johnson 



LOVINGSTON, ST. CL.AIR v. See St. Clair v. LoTingston. 
LOW, HUTCHINS V. See Hutohlns v. Low. 
tow, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Low. 
LOWNSDAIiE V. PARBISH, 81 H. 890. 

Supreme Court ; value of matter I a 3 Wall. 103, Sparrow v. Strong, 
in dispute, a I 

lOWKY, ERWTN V. See Erwin v. Lowry. 
liOWItY, mvINE V. See Irvine i>. Lowry. 
LUCAS T. BROOKS, 18 WaU. 436. 

Supreme Court; error; objec- 
tions must first be taken in the 
court below, a 

LUCAS, HAGAN v. See Hagan v. Lucas. 
LUCAS, STKOTHEB v. See Strother v. Lucas. 
LUCAS, TUT ANT v. See Tiffany v. Lucas. 
LUCILLE, THE, 15 WaU. 679. 

Collision ; rules of navigation, a | a 91 U 

LUCO V. U. S., as H. 543. 

California; Mexican titles; evi- 
dence of grant, a 



a 20 Wall. 418, Mays v. Frittoa. 



S. 214, The Sunnyside. 



a 24 H. 126, Palmer v. U. S. 
a 24l H. 351, U. S. v. Castro. 
a 1 Wall. 745, Komero «. U. S. 



LUCT, THE, 8 WaU. 307. 

Supreme Court ; appellate juris- I a 20 Wall. 620, Murdock O.Memphis 
diction, a I 

LUDELING, JACKSON v. See Jackson v. Lndeling. 
LUDLOW V. KAMSET, 11 WaU. 681. 

Judgments against parties absent I a 99 U. S. 489, Montgomery v. Sa- 



within Confederate lines. 
LULU, THE, 10 W^aU. 198. 

Admiralty; lien of material-men ; 
supplies furnished on credit of ves- 
sel in foreign port, a 

LUNT, SCOTT v. See Scott 1). Lunt. 
LUPTON V. JANNET, 13 P. 381. 

Jurisdiction, a 

LUTHEB V. BOBDEN, 7 H. 1. 

U. S. courts ; force of State de- 
cisions, a 

Executive power ; when its action 
is final, b 

Martial law; powers of the 
States, c 

Constitution ; republican form of 
government, a 



mory. 

a 13 Wall. 333, The Patapsco. 
a 17 Wall. 669, The Emily Souder. 
a 20 Wall. 164, Ins. Co. v. Baring. 
a 20 Wall. 218, The Lottowanna. 



a 8 H. 409, West v. Smith. 

a 10 H. 532, E. Hartford v. Br. Co. 
b 18 H. 285, Murray v. Hoboken. 
c 4 Wall. 120, ex parte Millegan. 
d 7 Wall. 730, Texas v. White. 
6 13 Wall. 649, White v. Hart. 
& 92 U. S. 132, Phillips v. Payne. 



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HITZ V. I/INTHICUM,. 8 P. 175. 

Awards ; umpire, a 
Powers of court over, b 
Objections to. c 

LYIiB V. RODGERS, 5 Wh. 894. 

Awards ; against administra- 
trators. a 

When award void. & 
LYMAN, HOIiTOKB CO. v. See Holyoke Co. v. Lyman, 
I.TMAN, INS. CO. V. See Ins. Co. v. Lyman. 
LYMAN V. OSBORNE, 11 Wall. 616. 

Patent law; "inventions." a 



a 5 H. 86, Canal Co. Swann. 
6 18 H. 248, B. R. Co. v. Myers, 
c 2 Wall. 131, Heckers v. Fowler. 

a 1 P. 225, Karthaus v. Ferrer. 
b IS H. 248, R. R. Co. v. Myers. 



LYNCH V. BERNAIi, 9 Wall. 315. 

Land titles ; doctrine of rela- 
tion, a 

California; Mexican titles; pu- 
eblo lots. 6 
LYNDE T. COUNTY, 16 Wall. 6. 

Mnnlcipal and county railroad 
bonds; recitals; conditions; bona- 
fide holders ; estoppel, a 

When subscription to stock of 
railroad can be paid for in bonds. 6 



a 92 U. S. 3.54, Reckendorfer v. 
Faber. 

a 13 Wall. 101, Gibson v. Chouteau 
b 97 U. S. 283, Chamboya v. Um- 

barger. 
o 99 U. S. 16 1, Harris v. McGovein 

a 21 Wall. 321, Cliambersu. Clews 

a 94 U. S. 206, Com'rsB. January 

a 97 TJ. S. 104, Warren v. Marcy. 

a 97 XJ. S. 279, Macon v. Sliores. 

a 99 U. S. 683, Orleans v. Piatt. 

a 99 XJ. S. 686, Lyons v. Munson. 

b 102 U. S. 631, Wells v. Super'rs. 



LYNDE, tr. S. V. See U. S. ■!). Lynde. 
LYNN, FINLAY T. See Finlay v. Lynn. 
LYNN, SHRIVER v. See Shriver v. Lynn. 
LYNN, YEATON v. See Yeaton v. Lynn. 
LYTLE V. ARKANSAS, 9 H. 333. 

Land officers; when their action 
is final and exclu.-iive. a 

Pre-emption ; when cancellation 
of entry void. 6 

Certificates of purchase ; equity, c 

What rio;hts are acquired by mere 
settlement and improvements, d 

Eqnitable owners; when laud not 
open to location. ■ e 

LYTLE V. ARKANSAS, 88 H. 208. 

Supreme Court ; writs of error 
to State courts ; Federal question, a 

Registers and receivers; wlien 
tlieir adjudications are final. 6 



18 H. 43, Barnard v. Ashley. 
20 H. 7, Garland v. Wynu. 
22 H. 202, Lytle v. Arkansas. 
1 B1.139, O'Brien v. Perry. 
Wall. .56.5, U. S. v. Comra'r. 
15 Wall. 88, Yosemite Case. 
e 98 U. S. 121, Wirth v. Branson. 
e 101 U. S. 261, Simmons v. Wag- 
ner. 



a 22 H. 338, Berthold v. McDonald. 
a 1 B1.203, Maguire v. Tyler. 
6 2 Bl. 5.59, Lindsey v. Hawes. 
6 13 Wall. 85, Johnson v. Towsley. 



MABEY, THE, 10 Wall. 367. 

Supreme Court ; admiralty ap- i a 91 U. S. 367, The Juniata, 
poals ; further evidence, a \ 

MABEY AND COOPER, THE, 14 Wall. 311. 

Collision ; tng and tow ; liability | a 97 U. S. 313, The Virginia Ehr- 
to third party, a \ man. 

MACA, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Maca. 



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M'ATEE V. DOBEJIUS, 5 H. 63. 

U. S. courts ; obligatorj' force of I a 13 H. 186, Coffee v. Plant. Bank. 
State decisions, a \ 

MACAFEE, FUXTON v. See Fulton v. MacAfee. 
McAKDREWS v. THATCHER, 3 Wall. 365. 

General average, a ' a 9 Wall. 228, Star of Hope. 

a 12 Wall. 117, Fowler v. Eath- 

bones. 
a 02 U. S. 400, Hob.on v. Lord. 

McARTH^CB v. BROWDER, 4 WTl. 488. 

Land titles ; when equity will go I a 13 Wall. 86, Johnson v. Towsley. 
behind the patent, a \ 

M' ARTHUR, BROWTJER v. See Browder v. M' Arthur. 
McARTHXTR v. DUN, 7 H. 864. 

Land laws ; entrys, snrvej's, and I a 1 Wall. 439, Niswanger v. Saun- 
patents to dead men. a \ ders. 

McARTHUR, HOBSON v. See Hobson v. McArthur. 
McARTHTJR, RETNOtDS v. See Reynolds 1). McArthur. 
McBIiAIR T. GIBBES, 17 H. 836. 

Contract ; when illegality can be 



shown as a defense, a 
Executed contracts. 6 
Notice of illegality, c 



a 18 H. 293, Kineman v. Parkhurst 
b 18 H. 508. McMickin v. Perrin. 
a 23 H. 503, Gridley v. Wynant. 
6 2 Wall. 81, Brooks u. Martin. 
a 16 Wall. 500. Bank v. Bank, 
c 95 U. S. 573, K. R. Co. v. Eurant 

McBRrOE V. HOET, 11 P. 167. 

Writ of error to State court ; I as 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 
Federal question, a \ 

McCABE T. WORTHINGTON, 16 H. 95. 

Land titles ; confirmations of I a 101 U. S. 808, Trenier v. Stewart. 
French and Spanish claims, a | 

McCAjrN, SMITH v. See Smith d. McCann. 
McCARDIiE, EX PARTE, 6 WaU. 324. ' 

Supreme Conrt ; habeascorpus. a\a 7 Wall. 514, ex parte McCardle. 
Appellate jurisdiction. 6 I 6 18 Wall. 166, ea; parte Lange. 

McCARDLE, EX PARTE, 7 Wall. 618. 

Supreme Court; habeascorpus. a\a 8 Wall. 103, ex parte Yerger. 

Jnrisdiction ; repeal; pending a 18 Wall. 166, esjorar^e Lange. 

cases, b I 6 98 U. S. 401,. K. B. Co. v. Grant. 

McCARGO V. CHAPMAN, 80 H. 555. 

Supreme Court ; mandamus, u. | a 94 U. S. 350, ex parte Flippin. 

McCARTER, JEROME v. See Jerome v. McCarter. 
McCarthy, rail way CO. v. see Eailway Co. v. McCarthy. 

Mccarty v. roots, ai h. 438. 

Negotiable paper ; holders for a 102 U. S. 24, E. E. Co. v. Bank, 
value ; collateral security for ante- 
cedent debt, a 

McCLBLtAN, COEIEtD v. See Cofleld v. MoCleUan. 
M'CtCNG, MEIGS v. See Meigs v. M'Olung. 



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BTCltlNG T. BOSS, 6 WIi. 116. 

Adverse possession ; co-tenants, a 
Tax titles, h 

M'CltlNT T. SELMMAIf, 6 Wh. 598 

Writ of error to State court ; opin- 
ion no part of record, o 

Mandamus by State court to Fed- 
eral officer. 6 

By U. S. courts generally, c 



a 5 P. 430, Bradstreet v. Hnnt'toii 
<js 3 H. 687, Clymer ». Dawkins. 
6 16 H. 615, Early v. Doe. 



6 P. 41, Davis v. Packard. 

12 P. 608, Kendall v. U. S. 
3 Wall. 238, Ter. w. Lockvrood. 
6 Wall. 189, Rigors W.Johnson. 

13 Wall. 249, Bath Co. v. Amj-. 
19 Wall. 660, Heine v. Com'rs. 

c 102 tJ. S. 393, U. S. V. Schurz. 

a 9 H. 413, Townsend v. Jemisoii. 
6 2 BI. 603. Leffingwell w. Warren. 
6 6 Wall. 537, Hanger v. Abbott. 
a 13 Wall. 256, U. S. v. Wilder. 



a 97 U. S. 91, Bates Co. v. Winters. 



McCtUNT V. SnXtMAN, 3 P. 876. 

Statutes of limitations; law of 
the forum ; construction, a 

U. S. courts; obligatory force of 
State decisions. 6 

McCtUBE T. OXTOBD, 94 U. S. 489 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads; want of power; bona-fide 
holdei-s; recitals, a 

McCtUBE, BAILROAI) CO. v. See Railroad Co. v. MoOlure. 
McCtUEG V. KINGSIiAUB, 1 H. 802. 

Patents; meaning of "the thing 
patented." a 

''Invention;" "discovery." 6 
Public use. c 



Mccoi,i,um: t. eageb, a h. 64. 

Louisiana ; practice of U.S. courts 
in; distinction between law and 
equity must be preserved, a 

Supreme Court ; final decrees. 6 



a 4 H. 673, Wilson u. Rousseau. 
6 1 Wall. 568, Burr v. Duryee. 
c 7 Wall. 607, Agagam u. jordon. 
c 94 Wall. 94, Jar Co. ». Wright. 



a 5 H. 288, Phillips v. Preston. 
h 18 H. 86, Verden v. Coleman. 
a 12 Wall. 442, Walker v. Drevllle. 
a 20 Wall. 622, Murdock» Memphis 
h 23 Wall. 288, Thomas v. World- 
ridge. 

McCOMB V. COMMISSIONEBS, 91 TJ. S. 1. 

Supreme Court; final decrees, a la 92 U. S. 179, Baker v. White. 

I a 94 U. S. 517, Davis ». Croueli. 
McCOKTNEI,!,, HAMPTON v. See Hampton v. MoConnell 
McCOimEIil/ T. LEXINGTON, 18 Wh. 588. 

Dedication, a a G P. 433, Cincinnati u. White. 

a 7 H. 190, U. S. v. Chicago. 

a 9 H. 25, Irwin u. Dixion. 
McCONNEtl, WAHACE v. See Wallace d. McConnell 
McCOOI. V. SMITH, 1 Bl. 471. 

Statutes ; repeal by implication, a a 5 Wall. 708, Galena ». Amy. 

Effect of acquiring title after 6 7 Wall. 272, Litchfield «. R. R. 
commencement of action. 6 a 96 U. S. 140, Arthur ■o. Homer. 

McCOEMICK, PtJGH v. See Push v. McCormiok 
McCOKMICK, SEYMOUB v. See Seymour v. MoOormick 
McCOBMICK V. SCIMVANT, 10 P. 803. 



Disposition of real property gov- 
erned by lex rei sites, a 

Juiisdiction of inferior courts of 
the U. S. 6 



a 5 H. 260, Taylor ». Benham. 
0! H. 36, Bank U. S. v. Moss. 
6 8 H. 605, Kennedy v. Bank. 
a 94 U. S. 320, U. S. u. Pox. 
a 96 U. S. 635, Brine v. Ins. Co. 



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Mccormick v. taibot, 20 h. 405. 

Patent law; "equivalents." a I a 1 Wall. 573, Biu-r u. Daryee. 

I a 2 Wall. 327, Case v. Brown, 
McCOmX, SNBAD v. See Snead v. McCoull. 
McCKACKEN V. HATWAI^D, 8 H. 608. 



Constitution ; obligation ot con- 
tracts ; remedy, a 



a 6 H. 318, Biink v. Sharp. 
a 15 H. 305, Curran v. Arkansas. 
a 24 H. 464, Howard v. Biigbee. 
a 4 Wall. 550, Van Hoffman v. 

Quincy. 
a 8 Wall. 583, Butzu. Muscatine. 
a 96 U. S. 601, Edwards v. Kear- 

zey. 
a 102 U. S. 419, Daniels D.Tearney 

McCREAKT v. SOMERTUXE, 9 Wh. 354. 

Alienage ; inheritable blood, a | a 18 H. 236, McKinney v. Saviego. 
McCCE, PACKET CO. -v. See Packet Co. v. McOue. 

Mcculloch v. MABTiiAMJ, 4 wii. 319. 

Constitution ; power of Congress a 9 Wh. 816, Osborne. Bank U. S. 



to charter the Bank of the U.S. a 

Power of the States to legislate 

on matters confided to the general 

government, or to tax Instrument 

employed by general government. 6 

Taxation ; abuse of the power, c 

Writs of error to State courts ; 

return of the writ, d 

Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court 
to declare laws unconstitutional, e 
Power of Congress over the Ter- 
ritories, f 
Police power, g 
Implied powers under the Con- 
stitution, h 
Taxation of corporations, i 
Corporation; rights in other 
States, i 



b 12 Wh. 436, Brown v. Maryland. 
6 2 P. 463, Weston v. Charleston, 
c 4 P. 559, Bank v. Billings, 
d 6 P. 536, Worcester v. Georgia, 
e 6 P. 706, U. S. v. Arredondo. 
e 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
f 14 P. 534, U. S. V. Gratiot. 
/16 P. 443, Dobbins v. Com'rs. 
6 5 H. 586, License Cases. (Opin. 

of McLean, J.) 
b 7 H. 392, Passenger Cas. (Opin. 

of McLean, J.) 
922 H. 243, Sinnot v. Davenport. 
6 2 B1.628, Bank v. New York. 
6 6 Wall. 45, Crandell v. Nevada 
b 6 Wall. 605, Society v. Coit. 
h 8 Wall. 614, Hepburn uGriswold 
6 9 Wall. 360, Bank v. Comm'th. 
b 9 Wall. 589, Thompson u. R. E. 
6 11 Wall. 123, Collector v. Day. 
i 11 Wall. 429, St.Louisu. Ferry Co 
^11 Wall. 507, Stewart v. Kahn. 
6 12 Wall. 224, State Ton. Tax C.is, 
6 12 Wall. 427, Ward v. Maryland. 
h 12 Wall. 532, Legal-Tender Cas. 
g 16 Wall. 64, .Slaughter-House 

Cases. 
6 18 Wall. 34, B. R. w. Peniston. 
c 20 Wall. 663, Loan Ass. w.Topek;i 
6 91 U. S. 33, Bank v. Bearing. 
;i91U. S. 373, Kohl «. U. S. 
i 95 U. S. 687, Farringtonu.Tenn. 
c 96 U. S. 602, Edwiards w Kearzey 
c 97 U. S. 666, Pert. Co. v. Hyde. 
6 99 U. S. 279, Tr. Co. u. Wheeling, 
c 100 U. S. 497, Kirtland v. Hotch- 

kiss. 
6 100 U. S. 543, People v. Weaver. 
c 102 U. S. 593, Springer v. U. S. 



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McCUTCHEN V. MABSHAM,, 8 P. 340. 

U. S. coiu-ts; obligatory force of l a Wall. 030, Prov. Inst. v. Mass. 
State decisions, a \ 

McDANIBI., V. S. T. See U. S. v. McDaniel. 

McDONATD V. MAGBUDEB, 3 P. 474. 

Negotiable paper; prior indorser; I a 5 H. 23S, Pliillips v. Preston, 
contribution by co-sureties, a. | a 21 H. 437, McCarty v. Roots. 



McDONAlD V. SMAI.LEY, 1 P. 680, 

U. S. courts; conveyances for 
the purpose of giving jurisdic- 
tion, a 

Equity practice of U. S. courts ; 
rules prescribed by Sup. Court. 6 

Exceptions not taken below can- 
not be considered by Sup. Court, c i 

McDonald v. smailet, 6 p. aei 

Land laws; patents to dead 
men. a 



a 7 H. 215, Smith v. Kernochen. 
6 19 H. 73, Betts v. Lewis. 
c 3 Wall. 423, De Sobry v. Nichol- 
son. 
a 6 Wall. 288, Barney v Baltimore 
a 9 Wall. 123, Cheev«r v. Wilson. 



a 12 P. 294, (Jalloway v. Finley. 
a 7 H. 266, McArthur v. Dunn. 



a 13 Wall. 427, Davenport v. Lamb 
MACDONAID, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Maodonald. 

Mcdonough v. dannbet. 3 Daii. 198. 

Supreme Court ; only party ap- I a 9 Wall. 511, The Gray Eagle, 
pealing can assign errors, a \ 

Mcdonough, KEENE v. see Keene 1). MoDonough. 

Mcdonough v. mhiandon, 3 h. 693. 



Writs of error to State court ; 

Feder.il question, a 
Citation; waiver; jurisdiction. 6 
Louisiana land titles; Spanish 

grant; boundaries, c 



a 7 H. 590, Kennedv v. Hunt, 
a 9 H. 443, Doe «. Eslava. 
6 13 H. 150, Buckingham 1) McLean 
c 15 H. 32, U. S. V. Boselins. 
a 20 H. 522, Moreland v. Page. 
a 4 Wall. 210, Lanfear v. Himley 
6 20 Wall. 8, Habich v. Folger. 



Mcdonough v. muedoch, is h. 367. 



Charitable devises, a 



a 24 H. 505, Perin v. Carj'. 



Mcdonough, u. s. v. see u. s. v. Eoseiius. 

McbOWELt, GEISAB v. See Grisar v. McDowell. 
McELMOTTiE v. COHEN, 13 P. 318. 

Limitations; when the statute 
afifects remedy only ; lex fori, a 

Constitutionality of statutes barr- 
ing suits on judgments. 6 

Judgments ; "faith and credit to 
be given to "; notice, e 



McEWEN V. DEN, 84 H. 843. 

Statutes; retroactive operation, a 



a 9 H. 413, Townsend v. Jemison. 
6 9 H. 526, Bank v. Dalton. 
c 17 H. 338, Booth v. Clark, 
c 20 H. 23, Bacon v. Howard. 
a 5 Wall. 300, Christmas w Russell 
c 18 Wall. 463, Tliompson v. Whit- 
man, 
c 95 U. S. 729, Pennoyer v. Neff. 
a 98 U. S. 471, Amy v. Dubuque. 

a 20 Wall. 187, Twenty p. ct. Cas. 



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aPFADON, CBOWEll v. See Crowell v. M'Fadon. 
UrrADON, THE EXCHANGE v. See Exchange, The, v. M'Fadon. 
BrFAKlAND, L.EWIS v. See Lewis v. M'Farland. 
MTAUI. V. KAMSET, 83 H. 535. 

U. S. courts ; jiu'isdictioii in eqiii- ■ a 23 H. 486, Green v. Custard, 
ty and common lavv mu^t be kept a 1 Bl. 314, Farni v. Tesson. 
ili.-tinct ; State codes, a I 

McFEKKAN V. TAYLOR, 3 Cr. 281. 

Misrepresentation, a | a 13 P. 30, Smitli v. Riciiards. 

McGAKKAHAJS^ v. MINING CO., 93 U. S. 31G. 

Land; patents; execution of. a \ a 101 TJ. S. G98, Antliony v. Jasper 

McGAHKAHAN, SECKBTAKT v. See Secretary v. McGarrahan. 
McGAVOCK V. ■WOODLIEF, 80 H. 885. 

Louisiana ; writ of error to Su- 1 a 22 H. 72, Kock v. Emmerling. 
preme Court ; statement'of facts, a \ 

McGEE v. MATHIS, 4 TVaU. 143. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; exemption from taxation, a 



a 8 Wall. 438, Home v. Kouse. 
a 13 Wall. 376, Salt Co. v. Saginaw. 
a 21 Wall. 498, R. R. Co. v. Penn. 



McGILL V. ABMOTIB, 11 H. 151. 

Conflict of jurisdiction between I a 18 H. 504, Bank v. Jolly. 
State and Federal courts, a \ 



McGHX V. BANK OF U. S., 18 "Wi. 614. 

Appeal bond ; sureties, a 

McGOON V. SCALES, 9 A¥all. 83. 

Jurisdiction ; void and voidable 
judo;ments. a 
Appearance of corporations. 6 
Real property; transfer regula- 
ted by the law of the place, c 



I a 12 H. 163, Ives v. Mereh. Bank. 

I a 20 H. 76, Leggett v. Humpliroys 

a 10 Wall. 316. Cooper u. Reynolds 
6 20 Wall. 7, Habioh v. Folger. 
c 96 U. S. 636, Brine v. Ins. Co. 



M'GBAN, BKOWN v. See Brovm v. M'Gran. 
M'GRUDEB V. BANK. OF "WASHINGTON, 9 Wh. 598. 

Negotiable paper; notice; due | a 10 P. 573, Dickens!^. Beall. 
diligence, a I 

McGUIBE V. COMMONWEALTH, 3 Wall. 385. 



Supreme Court; writs of error 
to State courts ; direction, a 

Within wliat tiiiie writ of error 
must be allowed and served to ope- 
rate as a supersdeas. 6 

Federal question, c 



a 3 Wall . 450;. Gtreen v. Van Bus- 
kirk. 
6 10 Wall.. 291, Slaughter-Ho u se 

Cases. 
a 91 U: S. 147, Atherton I) Fowler 
c 93 U. S. 121, Ins. Co. v. Council 
c 102 U. S. 418, Daniels v. Tearney 



McILVLINE V. COXE, 4 Cr. 811. 

Aliens; election on the Bevolu 
tion. a 
Allegiance ; change of. 6 

M'INTIKE, MXLLEB v. See Miller n. M'Intire 
12 



a 3 P. 112, Inglis v. Trustees. 
b 20 H. 1 7, Jones v. McMasters. 
a 20 H. 246, White v. Burnley. 



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M'INTIRE V. WOOD, 7 Cr. 604. 

Miiiidamiis to Federal officers, a 

Judicial power of the U. S.; pow- 
er of Congress over. 6 

Mandamus ; power of U. S. 
courts, c 

Circuit Court can exercise no ju- 
risdiction except that conferred by 
Congress, d 



a 6 Wh. 598, McClunyw. Silliman. 
a 12 P. 608, Kendall v. U. S. 
b 8 H. 448, Sheldon !). Hill, 
c 6 Wall. 189, Kiggs v. Johnson. 
d 6 Wall. 488, U. S. v. Eckfoi-d. 
a 7 Wall. 349, Gaines v Thompsoii 
c 9 Wall. 311, Sec'ywMcGarrahan 
d 9 Wall. 573, Assessor v. Osboi'ii. 
c 13 Wall. 249, Bath Co. v. Amy. 
d 18 Wall. 577, Sew. Ma. Co. Case: 
c 19 Wall. 660, Heine v. Com'rs. 
C102U. S. 392, U. S. v. Sohurz. 



M'INTOSH, JOHNSON v. See Johnson v. M'Intosh, 
M'lVEB V. BAGAN, a Wh. 25. 

Boundaries, a 

Statutes; where Legislature 
makes no exceptions, courts can 
make none, b 

Adverse possession ; ouster, c 

McIVER T. W^AIiKEB, 9 Cr. 173. 

Land; patents; validity and ef- 
fect, u, 



a 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
6 21 H. 23S, French v. Spenser. 
b 6 Wall. 542, Hanger v. Abbott, 
c 14 Wall. 146, Armstrong v, Mor- 
rill. 



a 4 Wh. 444, Mclver v. Walker. 
a 3 H. 190, Croghan v. Nelson. 



I a 2 Bl. 504, Noonan v. Lee. 



McrVER V. WAI.KEB, 4 Wll. 445. 

Deeds ; reference to plats, a 

McIVEB V. WATTIES, 9 Wh. 650. 

Supreme Court; costs; dismissal I a 9 Wall. 567, Hornthall v. CoU'r. 
for want of jurisdiction, a 



MLACKAY \ 

Missouri ; 
tions. a 



EASTON, 19 WaU. 633. 

New Madrid loea- I a 92 U. S. 713, Hot Springs Cases. 



McKEE V. tr. S., 8 WaU. 163. 

Civil war; status of the Confed- | a 21 Wall, 
erate States, a \ 

McKEEN T. DB LANCET, 5 Cr. 38. 

U. S. courts ; obligatory force of 
State decisions, a 
Registration of mortgages. 6 



6, Hamilton v. Dillon 



McKENNA V. FISK, 1 H. 846. 

U. S. courts; jurisdiction where 
trespass was committed out of the 
United States ; action transitory, a 

MACKET T. eOXE, 18 H. 103. 

Indians ; authority of U. S. over, a 

MACB:EY v. BZLION, 4 H. 445. 

Missouri ; grant of St. Louis com- 
mon, a 

Perfect titles ; when courts bound 
by action of political department, b 



a 12 Wh. 161. Jackson v. Chew. 

a 6 P. 291, Green v. Neal. 

a 6 P. 706, U. S. v. Arrcdondo. 

6 4 H. 51, Beals v. Hale. 

a 14 H. 496, Webster v. Cooper. 

a 18 Wall. 82, Supervisors v. U.S. 

a 13 H. 128, Mitchell v. Harmony. 



I a 11 Wall. 619, Cherokee Tobacco. 



a 4 H. 456, Les Bois v. Bramel. 
6 7 H. 590, Kennedy v. Hunt. 
a 8 II. 330, Bissell v. Penrose. 
a 16 H. 507, Guitard v. Stoddard. 
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McKTM: t. TOOKHEES, I Cr. 879. 

U. S. courts ; iojunction by State 
court, a 

McKINUET T. MORBISH, 81 H. 343. 



o 1 H. 304, Duncan v. Darst. 

a 6 Wall. 194, Eiggs v. Johnson Co 

a 6 Wall. 517, U. S. v. Keokuk. 



Admiralty ; in whose name libel 
should be filed, a 



a 10 Wall. 11, The Blackwell. 

a 14 Wall. 109, The Thames. 

a 14 Wall. 266, Vaughan v. The 
Telegraph. 

McKTNXBY, SHEKKT v. See Sherry v. McKinley. 
McKDOJET V. CARRO!.!., 13 P. 66. 

Writs of error to State courts ; 
how the Federal question must ap- 
pear, a 



McKEOfET T. SAVTEGO, 18 H. 835. 

Texas land titles ; Mexican colon- 1 
ization laws, a \ 

McKKIGHT V. TATXOK, 1 H. 168. 

Equity ; stale claims, a i 



a 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 

a 7 H. 590, Kennedy v. Hunt. 

a 7 H. 740, Smith v. Hnnter. 

a 9 H. 443, Doe ». Eslava. 

a 15 H. 305, Currau v. Armstrong, 



a 20 H. 17, Jones v. McMastefs. 
a 98 U. S. 496, Airhart v. Massieu. 



McI.A2«^AHAN V. UNIVEKSAI, INS 

Insurance ; representations, a 
Charge ; province of jui-y. 6 
Error ; refusal to grant new trial 
not assignable for error, c 



I a 8 H. 218, Maxwell v. Kennedy. 
I a 99 U. S. 211, Godden v. Kimmell 

CO., 1 p. 185. 

a 8 H. 245, Clark v. lus. Co. 
6 13 H. 128, Mitchell v. Harmony, 
c 1 Wall. 598, Pomeroy u. Bank. 
6 95 U. S. 238, Ins. Co. v. Rodel. 



McIiANE V. U. S., 6 P. 404. 

Collectors ; penalties and forfeit- j a 10 H. 132, Hoyt v. U. S. 
ures ; when right to accrues, a | 

MctEAN, BUCKINGHAM v. See Buckingham v. McLean. 
BIcIlEAN, MAIISTEI,I,EB T. See MarsteUer v. McLean. 
MclEAN, V. S. V. See U. S. i;. McLean. 
MclEMOBE V. POWEIil,, 13 Wh. 554. 



t 



dis- 



a 6 P. 254, Bank U. S. v. Hatch. 
a 5 H. 204, Creath v. Sims. 
b 16 Wall. 566, Specht v. Howard. 
a 22 Wall. 587, Boss v. Jones. 



Negotiable paper ; notice ; 
charge of indorser. a 

Parol evidence of oral agree- 
ment. 6 

MclEMOKE, U. S. V. See U. S. v. McLemore. 
McMASTEBS, JONES v. See Jones v. MoMasters. 
MciraCK EN V. PEKIN, 18 H. 607. 

Attorney; purchase of interest 
in property after judgment ; when 
he will be held a trustee, a 

Master's reports : exceptions. 6 

McMICKEN V. PEKIN, 30 H. 135. 

Supreme Court ; mandate ; exe- , 
cution of ; second writ of error, a | 

McMICKEN V. WEBB, 6 H. 396. 

Sureties, a \a2 Wall. 236, Smith v. U. S. 

McMillan -v. andebson, 95 u. s. 37. 

Constitution ; " due process of I a 96 U. S. 105, Davidson v. N. Orl. 
law." a 1 



a 20 H. 133, McMicken v. Perin. 
a 22 H. 283, McMicken v. Perin. 
b 100 D. S. 527, Mt. Pleasant v. 
Beckwith. 

I a 11 Wall. 674, Cook v. Burnley. 



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McMillan v. mcneh.!, 4 wh. ao9. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; law disoharging' debtor from 
debts contracted previous to dis- 
charge ; discliarge by foreign banli- 
rupt law, when no bar. a 

IttcNErLL V. HOI.BBOOK, 13 P. 85, 

Evidence; State statutes; wlien 
U. S. courts will follow decisions of 
the State courts as a rule of decis- 
ion, a 



a 6 Wh. l.?4, Bank «. Smith. 

a 12 Wh. 213, Ogden v. Saunders. 

a 5 H. 307, Cook v. Moflfat. 

a H. 318, Bank v. Shaip. 

a 1 Wall. 228, Baldwin u. Hale, 



a 11 H. 490, Conrad v. Griffey. 
a 1 Bl. 428, Vance v. Campbell. 
a 2 Bl. 537, Wright v. Bales. 
a 102 U. S. 165, Potter v. Bank. 

McNEILI., M:cMIL,r,AN v. See McMillan v. MeNeUl. 

McNEZLl, EX PARTE, 13 TFaU. 83G. 

a 16 Wall. 222, Davis v. Gray. 

6 17 Wall. 568, K. E. v. Fuller, 

c 21 Wall. 582, The Lottavvanna. 

b 91 U. S. .34, Bank v. Dearinff. 

a 93 U. S. 137, Claflin v. Houie- 

man. 

6 94 U. S. 242, S. S. Co. v. Tinker. 

d 94 U. S. 248, Foster v. TS. Orl. 



U. S. courts ; remedy given by 
State law. a 

Constitution ; concurrent pow- 
ers, h 

Pilotage, c 

Inspection and quarantine laws, d 

States cannot confer jurisdiction 
on U. S. courts, e 



McNITT V. TtTBNEB, 16 WaU. 366. 

Jurisdiction, a 
Bills of exceptions. 6 

McNTJXTT v. BATTY, 10 Bt. 78. 

Territories ; writs of error to the 
Supreme Court ; abatement by ad- 
mission of as State, a 

Eepeal of law; pending cases. & 

McNUTT M. BI/AUrD, 8 H. 88. 

Sheriffs ; suits against, a 
U. S. courts; jurisdiction; suits 
between citizens different States. 6 
Nominal parties, c 



94 U. 
94 U. 
96 U. 



S. 377, ex parte Soholen- 
bei'ger. 

a 96 IT. S. 635, Brine v. Ins. Co. 

a 99 U. S. 401, Smith v. E. E. Co. 

c 102 U. S. 574, Wilson v. McSTa- 
mee. 

a 20 Wall. 250, Cornettc. Williams 
6 98 U. S. 284, Beckwith v. Bean. 

a 10 H. 82, Preston v. Bracken. 
6 98 U. S. 401, Eailroad v. Grant. 



MACON CO. V. SHORES, 

County bonds in aid of railroads ; 
'""*' "two-thirds of legal vot- 



c 101 U 
97 U. S. 873. 

a99U. 



21 H. 70, Le^ett v. Humphreys 
11 Wall. 176, Coal Co. v Blatch- 

ford. 
13 Wall. 67, Eice v. Houston. 
20 Wall. 123, Knapp v. E. E. 

8. 589, Walden v Skinner 



elections 
ers." a 

McPHEESON T. COX, 96 V. S. 404. 

Statute of frauds; contracts not 
to be performed within a year, a 
McOTJEWAN, BLOOMEE v. See Bloomer v. MeQuewan 
McBOBEETS. CAMAEON v. See Oamaron v. McRoberte. 
McSHANE, E. E. CO. v. See E. E. Go. v. McShane. 
McSTEA, MATTHEWS v. See Matthews v. MoStea 



220, Supervisors v. Gal- 
braith. 



a 96 U. S. 427, Walker ». Johnson. 



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McVeigh, Gregory v. see Gregory «. MoVeigU. 

McVeigh t. ts. s., ii "Wau. aea. 



Confiscation ; right of alien en- 
<;vay to appear and defend ; judg- 
nient without hearing, a 



a 11 Wall. 292, Miller v. U. S. 
a 17 Wall. 438, LasereuEoohereau 
a 18 Wall. Ill, University v. Finch 
a 93 U. S. 277, Windsor u McVeigh 

McVeigh, Windsor v. see Windsor u. McVeigh. 

MADISON, MAKBURT v. See Marbnry v. Madison. 

MADISON, VAlf HOSTROP v. See Van Hostrop v. Madison. 

MADRAXO V. GEORGIA, 1 P. 110. 

Suit against a State ; process, a j a 24 II. 95, Kentucky v. Dennison. 

MAGER V. GBIMA, 8 H. 490. 

Tax by State on legacies, a I a 23 H. 447, Frederickson v. Louis- 

I iana. 

MAGGIE HAMMOND, THE, 9 Wall. 456. 

Adrairaltj' ; liens ; process, a j a 20 Wall. 163, Ins. Co. v. Baring. 
Wharfage. 6 1 6 95 U. S. 76, ex parte Easton. 

MAGNIAC V. THOMPSON, 7 P. 389. 

Instructions to the jury, a | a 99 U. S. 659, Spring Co. v. Edgar. 

MAGNIAC V. THOMSON, 15 H. 396. 

Equity ; relief ; fraud ; liow it | a 16 Wall. 29, Voorhees v. Bonesteel 
must be alleged, a I 

MAGNOtlA, THE, JACKSON v. See Jackson v. The Magnolia. 
MAGRUDER, DRUBDIOND t. See Drummond v. Magrnder. 
MAGKTJDER, McDONAXD v. See McDonald v. Magrnder. 
MAGRUDER V. UNION BANK, 3 P. 87. 



Negotiable paper ; demand and 
notice, a 



a 4 P. 380, Bank U. S. v. Tyler. 
a 7 P. 287, Bank». Magruder. 
a 10 H. 574, Dickens v. Beall. 
a 100 U. S. 712, Cox v. Nat. Bank. 



MAGRUDER, UNION BANK v. See Union Bank v. Magruder. 
MAGUIRE T. CARD, 21 H. 349. 

Admiralty; maritime contracts, o | a 7 Wall, 642, The Belfast. 
MAGUIRE, PACIFIC R. K. v. See Pacific E. E. v. Maguire. 
MAGUIRE, TRASK v. See Trask v. Maguire. 
MAGWIRE, BAII/EY v. See Biilej- v. Magwire. 
MAGWIRE, RIGGIN v. See Riggin v. Magwire. 
MAGWIRE V. TVI/ER, 1 BL 199. 



Missouri land titles ; powei- of 
Sec. of Interior to recall patent, a 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State court; Federal question, b 

MAGWIRE V. TYtER, 8 WaU. 650. 



a 8 Wall. 664, Magwire ». Tyler. 
6 17 Wall. 280, Tyler v. Magwire. 



a 13 Wall. 263, Klingerr. Missouri. 
b 17 Wall. 278. Tyler v. Magwire. 
c 98 U. S. 211, Snyder v. Sickles. 



Supreme Comt ; writs of error to 
State coiu-ts ; Federal question, a 

Missouri ; incomplete titles. 6 

Land Office ; surveys, c 
MAHEEEY, SAN ANTONIO v. See San Antonio v. Malieffy. 
MAHONE, ENS. CO. v. See Ins. Co. u. Mahone. 



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MATL CO. V. EXANDBKS, 18 Wall. 135. 



Supreme Court; may reverse 
where court below has proceeded 
without jurisdictiou. a 

MAItLAKD V. LAWKESrCE, 16 H. 256. 



a 23 Wall. 162, Stickney v. Wilt. 



Duties; construction of statutes 
Imposing duties, a 



MADTE, KAILBOAD CO. v. See Eailroad Co, 
MAI.AitIN V. TJ. 8., 1 WaU. 2S». 

California ; Mexican titles ; de- 
livery of possession, a 
Appeals from District Court. 6 

MAUEDK ADHEL, THE, TJ. 8. v. See U. S. 
MAX-ET M. SHATT0CK, 3 Cr. 458. 



a 96 U. S. Ill, Arthurs. Morrison. 
a 101 U. S. 284, Greenleaf v. Good- 
rich. 
Maine. 



a 4 Wall. 261, Graham v. U. S. 
b 6 Wall. 37G, Grisar v. McDowell. 

, The Malek Adhel. 



a 10 Wh. 484, Maiiro v. Almeida. 
h 2 Wall. 479, The Baigorry. 



Admiralty; maritime torts, a 

Enemy's property; attempt to 
violate blockade, b 
MAIIjEXT, FOXCBOFT v. See Foxcratt v. Mallett. 
MAXIiON V. HINDE, 18 Wli. 193. 

Equity ; parties, a i a 1 P. 243, FindLiy v. Hinde. 

a 12 P. 359, Story u. Livingston. 

a 17 H. 139, Shields v. Barrow. 

a 6 Wall. 285, Barney v. Baltimore 
MANCHBSTEB BANK v. BUCKNEB.- See Commercial Banki). Buckner. 
MANI>EL,BAUM v.. THE PEOPLE, 8 "Wall. 513. 

Error ; striking out valid an- | a 16 Wall. 165, Garnharts v. TT. S. 
swer. a 

MAJfDIEVIIXE v. BUBT, 8 P. 866. 

Supreme Court; reversal with 



I a 93 U. S. IG, Fuller v. Claflin. 



leave to produce further proof, a 



a 2 Wall. 195, Chittenden v. Brew- 
ster. 

a 11 Wall. 227. May v. Le Claire. 
MAlNDEVILI.E, BUBWEU. v. See Burwell v. Mandeville. 
MAISBEVIIXE V. BIDDLE, 1 Cr. 298. 

Negotiable paper ; rights of liolder 1 a 5 Cr. 328, Kiddle v. Manderville. 
of note against a remote indorser. a | a 2 P. 347, Bank v. Weisiger. 
MANDEVUXE, KIDDnE v. See Riddle v. MandeTille. 
MANDEVnXE v. BIGGS, 2 P. 482. 



Supreme Court ; form of revei'sal 
where, in several litigations, one 
only has been proceeded in. a 

Jurisdiction ; notice ; service by 
publication. 6 

MANDBVUiiE, SHEEHT v. See Sheehy v. MandeTiUe. 
MANDEVrLLE v. WELCH, 5 Wll. Vtt. 



a '8 P. 257, Mandeville v. Burt. 
6 24 H. 206, Nations v. Johnson. 



Contracts; power of persons 
claiming a moiety to sue. a 

Assignments of funds ; accept- 
ance of draft. 6 

U. S. conrts; when they follow 
tlie decisions of the State courts, c 

MANDEVILLE, WELCH v 



a 5 P. 390, Shankland v Wash'gton 
6 5 P. 592, Tiernan v. Jackson, 
c 6 P. 291, Green v. Neal. 



See Welch i;. Mandeville. 



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SIANDETILIE v. WILSON, 5 Cr. 15 

Error; refusal to allow amoucl- 
mont not assignable for ei-ror. a 
Limitations ; accounts current. 6 

MAJJfET, EX P^IKTE, 14 H. 34. 

Supreme Court ; maudamus 



a 



MJLNEO V. AiaEEEDA, 10 Wh. 473. 

Admiralty jurisclictioii; suits in 
rem ; service, a 
Process. 6 

Attachment ; of credits ; notice, c 
Admiralty procedure, d 



a 5 Cr. 357, Moss v. Riddle. 
6 6 P. 160, Spring v. Gray. 
a 11 Wall. 676, Cook v. Burnley. 

a 14 "Wall. 166, ex parte Newman. 
a 101 U. S. 720, ex parte R. B. Co. 



MANlTACTPKraG CO. 
MANUFACTUKrsrG CO. 



a 1 Bl. 581, Propeller Commerce. 

6 2 Bl. 440, Ward v. Chamberlain 

a 7 Wall. 642, The Belfast. 

c 11 Wall. 297, Miller v. U. S. 

6 18 Wall. 303, Atkins v. Disinte- 
grating Co. 

d 95 U. S. 611, The Wanata. 

d 99 U. S. 36, U. S. v. Ames. 
K. R. CO. V. See E. K. Co. v. Manufacturing Co. 
V. U. S., 17 "Wall. 593. 



U. S.; ciintracts with ; damages, a 
MJINT, SIZEK V. See Sizer v. Many. 
MABBUKT V. BROOKS, 7 "VVli. SSB. 

Debtors ; preferences ; deeds of 
trust . a 

Assio-[inients; when assent of 
creditors presumed. 6 

J*tARBURT, BROOKS v. See Brooks v. Marbnry. 
MARBURT V. MADISON, 1 Cr. 153. 

Supreme Court ; original and 
appellate jurisdiction, a 

Executive officers ; power 
courts over. 6 

Mandamus, c 

Ministerial duties, d 



a 94 U. S. 217, U. S. v. Smith. 



a 11 Wh. 78, Brooks v. Marbury. 
a 16 P. 113, Tompkins v. Wheeler 
^ 8 H. 438, Grove v. Brien. 



of 



4 Cr. 100, exparte Bolman. 
6 Wh. 375, Cohens v. Virginia. 
6 Wh. 598, McCluny?; Silliman 

6 P. 729, "U. S. V. Arredondo. 

7 P. 572, ex parte Watkins. 
12 P. 617, Kendall v. U. S. 

5 H. 186, ex parte Metzger. 
11 H. 291, Keeside v. Walker. 

1 Wall. 252, ex parte "Vallandi- 
gham. 
a 3 "Wall. 254, Daniels v. E. R. 
d 4 Wall. 498, Miss. v. Johnson. 
a 5 Wall. 412, The Wm. Bagaley 
a 6 Wall. 188, Riggs v. Johnson. 
6 7 Wall. 349, Gaines v. Thomp- 
son, 
c 8 Wall. 97, ex parte Yerger. 
c 14 Wall. 165, ex parte Newman, 
c 16 Wall. 270, IJis. Co. v. Corn- 
stock. 
c 17 Wall. 609, U. &. v. Boutwell. 
a 100 U. S. 341, ex parte "Virginia. 
d 102 U. S. 395, U. S. v. Schurz. 
MARBURY, TWIN tlCK OIL CO. v. See Twin Lick Oil Co. -ii. Marbury. 
MAKCABDIER v. CHESAPEAKE INS. CO., 8 Cr. 39. 



Mai-ine insurance; total loss. 
Charter parties. 6 
Charterei's ; liability, c 



a 1 Wh. 224, Moreau v. Ins. Co. 
6 11 Wall. 601, Reedu. U. S. 
b 14 Wall. 611, Leary v. U. S. 
a 19 Wall. 643, Ins. Co. v. Fogarty 
c 93 U. S. 241, Shaw v. U. S. 



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a 7 Wall. 204, The Grace Glrdler. 
a 93 U. S. 339, The Juniata. 



9IASCEIXTTS, THE, 1 Bl. 414. 

Collision ; Sup. Court will not re- 
verse except error clear, a 
MABCHAirr, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Marohant. 
MABCT, EliMWOOD v. See Elmwood v. Marcy. 
MAKCT, TOWIf or OHIO v. See Town of OWo v. Maroy. 
MABCT V. OSWEGO, 93 U. S. 637. 

Municipal and county bonds in a 92 U. S. 644, Humboldt ». Lou^. 
aid of railroads : conditions ; recit- a 94 U. S. 284, Comra'rs v. Clark, 
als ; bona-flde holders, a a 99 U. S. 504, Wilson v. Sala- 

manca. 
a 102 U. S. 291, Buchanan v. Litch- 
field. 
MABCT, WAKBEN' CO. v. See Warren Co. v. Maroy. 
TWATiTA MABTDf, THE, 12 TTall. 31. 



Supreme Court; generally only 
appellant can assign errors, a 
Collision; rules of navigation. 6 
Beversal only in clear case, c 

MABIAItNA IXOBA, THE, 11 MTb.. 

Piracy, a 

Payments under protest; du- 
ress, b 

MABIGOI.D, IT. S. V. See U. S. o. Marigold. 
MABINE BAUK v. FULTON BANK, 8 "Wall. 856, 

Banks ; general deposits, a 
Damages for failure of promise 
to pay. 6 
Eri-or; waiver, c 



a 13 Wall. 741, The Mabey. 
b 91 U. S. 214, The Sunnvside. 
6 92 U. S. 438, The America, 
c 97 U. S. 328, Tlie City of Hartf 'd 
1. 

a 12 Wh. 1, The Palmyra, 
a 2 H. 229, U. S. v. Brig Malek. 
6 10 H. 256, Maxwell v. Griswold. 



a 5 Wall. 078, Thompson v. KIggs 
a 10 Wall. 155, Bank ». Millard. 

503, Bank v. Bank. 

122, Oulton V. Sav. Inst. 

370, Scammon v. Kim- 
ball. 

583, Newcomb U.Wood. 



6 16 Wall. 
a 17 Wall. 
a 92 U. S. 



MABINE INS. CO. 
MABINE INS. CO. 



c 97 U. S 

, HEABNE V. See Heame v. Marine Ins. Co. 
V. HODGSON, 6 Cr. 818. 



Pleading ; evidence must be lim- 
ited to plea ; venire de novo, a 

Error ; refusal to continue, or 
granting new trial, not assignable 
for error. & 

Depositions in chancery; against 
whom admissible in evidence, c 

MARINE INS. CO. V. HODGSON, 



a 4 H. 148, Garland v. Davis. 
6 6 H. 5, Sims v. Hundley. 
b 20 H. 265, Spenser ». Lapsley. 
a 2 Wall. 195, Chittenden «. 

Brewster. 
& 3 Wall. 105, Sparrow v. Strong, 
c 10 Wall. 436, Tappan».Beardsley 
7 Cr. 336. 



Equity; on what terms it will 
grant relief, a 
Belief against judgments, b 



MARINE INS. 
MABINE INS. 

Marine insurance 
ness. o 



a 8 H. 161, Veazle v. Williams. 
b 17 H. 445, Hendrickson v. Hink- 

ley. 
h 8 Wall. 373, Mattingly v. Nye. 
b 17 Wall. 628, Kibbe v. Benson. 
b 94 U. S. 658, Crim v. Handley. 
6 95 U. S. 159, Brown v. Buena 
Vista Co. 
CO., liEEDS T. See liOeds «. Marine Ins. Co. 
CO. V. WILSON, 3 Cr. 187. 

seavvorthi- | a 7 Wh. 610, Door v. Ins. Co. 



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MARINE INS. CO. v. TOUNG, 1 Cr. 331. 

Assumpsit; new consideration, a \ alQP. 327, French v. Gilsoii. 
MAKEVE INS. CO. v. YOUNG, 5 Cr. 187. 



Refusal to grant new trial ; not 
assignable for error, a 



a IP. 105, Wright v. Hollings- 

worth. 
a 5 H. 223, Jones v. Van Zant. 
a 7 H. 190, U. S. v. Cliicugo. 
a 1 Wall. 59S, Pomeroy v. Bank. 
a 100 U. S. 81, R. R. v. Thombly. 

MARKEY V. lANGlEY, 98 U. S. 150. 

Trustees; liability, a \ a,94U. S. 750, Tate v. Norton. 

MARION CO. V. CtARK, 94 V. S. 278. 

County bonds in aid of internal o 96 U. S. 277, Rocli Creek u. Strong 
improvements; township aid act of 
Kansas 1872. a 

jJIARQUEZ V. FRISBIE, 101 U. S. 473 

Public land; pre-emption; wlien 
jurisdiction of land office exclusive 
and final ; patents ; fraud, a 
MARR, DEVEREAUX v. See Devereaux v. Marr. 
MARRIOTT V. BRTJNE, 9 H. 619. 

Revenue; duty on sugar, a 

Importers can invoke the courts, b 

Brandy; duty on. c 

Assessment of duties, d 
MARS, THE. See U. 3 v. The Mars. 
MARSH V. BROOKS, 8 H. 831. 

Louisiana ; Indian hinds, a 

MARSH, BURCHELI, -v. 
MARSH V. FULTON CO 



a 101 U. S. 519, Vance v. Burbank. 
a 102 U. S. 375, U. S. v. Atherton. 



a 9 H. 646, U. S. v. Southmayd. 
b 10 H. 234, Greeley v. Thompson, 
c 13 H. 495, Lawrence w. Caswell. 
d 24 H. 526, Belcher v. Linn. 



a 14 H. 521, Marsli v. Brooks. 



See Barcliell v. Marsh. 
, 10 Wall. 676. 



a 16 Wall. 465, Kenicott v. Sup'rs. 
6 19 Wall. 252, Nugent v. Sup'rs. 
6 94 U. S. 806, East Lincoln v. 

Davenport, 
c 102 U. S. 299, Louisiana U.Woods 



Municipal bonds ; antliority of 
corporations to i.ssue. a 

Subscriptions to railroads. 6 

Right to recover consideration 
paid for void bonds, c 
MARSH, REED v. See Beed v. Marsh. 
MARSH V. WHITMORE, 81 Wall. 178. 

Equity; laches, a I a 96 U. S. 618, Hayward v. Bank. 

I a 99 U. S. 212, Godden v. Kimmell 
MARSHAX, ROGERS v. See Rogers v. Marshal. 
MARSHAX, WEBB v. See Webb v. Marshal. 
MARSHAIil V. BAtT. & OHIO R. R. CO., 16 H. 341. 



Corporations ; s u i t s in U. S. 
courts; citizensiiip. a 

Contract to improperly uiflueuce 
legislatures and public officers ; il- 
legality. 6 



a 18 H. 405, Ins. Co. v. French. 

a 20 H. 231, Br. Co. u. Sheplierd. 

a 21 H. 214, R. R. Co. v. Qnigley. 
a 1 Bl. 295. R. R. Co. v. Wheeler. 
b 2 Wall. 55, Tool Co.w.Norris 
a 5 Wall. 542, Ins. Co. v. Ritchie 
a 8 Wall. 178, Paul v. Virginia. 

a 10 Wall. ,556, Penn. r. Qui. Co. 

a 12 Wall. 8-.i. R.R. Co. 1'. Harris 

a 18 Wall. 575, Sew. Ma. Co. Case 

6 21 Wall. 450, Tri-st v. Child. 

6 101 U. S. Ill, MegnireuCorwine 



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MARSHAir V. BEVERLEY, 5 Wli. 313. 

Parties, a | a 16 Wall. 451, Kibon v. E. E. Co. 

MABSHAlt v. DELAWARE INS. CO., 4 Cr. 303. 

Marine insurance ; total loss, a | ffi 12 P. 391, Bradlie v. Ins. Co. 
MARSHALL, G. G. R. & B. CO. v. See Grand Galf R. E,. & B. Co. v. Marshall. 
MARSHALL, IRVINE v. See Irvine v. Marshall. 
MARSHALL v. KNOX, 16 Wall. 555. 

Snprenie Court; no inrlsdietion 



in bankruptcy where Circiiit Court 
exercises supervisory jurisdiction, a 

Jurisdiction of bankrupt court; 
when exclusive of State court. 6 

Suits by assignees to recover back 
property of bankrupt, e 



a 19 Wall. 286, Coit v. Eobinson 

6 20 Wall. 419, Mays v. Fritton. 

c 21 Wall. 339, Bank v. -Jones. 

a 23 Wall. 293, Sandusky v. Bank. 

b 91 U. S. 526, Evster v. Gaff. 

b 92 U. S. 83, O'Brien v. Weld. 

a 93 U. S. 348, Wisvvall v. Camp- 
bell. 

b 94 U. S. 737, Jerome o.MoCarter 
MARSHALL, LEWIS v. See Lewis v. Marshall. 
MARSHALL, McCUTCHEN v. See MoCutchen v. Marshall. 
MARSHALL, RENNER v. See Eenner v. Marshall. 
MARSHALL v. VICKSBDRG, 15 Wall. 15S. 
Foi-feitures ; not favored, a I a 91 U. S. 3o, Bank v. Dearin^. 

I a 101 U. S. 628, Jones v. Guar. C'o. 
MARSTBLLER, FAW v. See Faw v. Marsteller. 
MARSTELLER v. M'CLEAN, 7 Cr. 156. 

Limitations; disabilities, a I o 2 Wh. 315, Shipp w. Miller 

Must be set up by the bill. 6 | 6 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Beuhara. 

MARSTON, PALMER v. See Palmer v. Marston. 
MARTIN, BROOKS v. See Brooks v. Martin. 
MARTIN V. CHEW, 16 P. 315. See Gibson v. Chew. 

U. S. courts ; assignees; sec. 11 i a 2 H. 242, Dromgoole v. Bank 
of jiidiciaiy act. a \ 

MARTIN, CURTIS v. See Curtis v. Martin. 
MARTIN, GOOD v. See Good v. Martin. 
MARTIN, KANOUSE v. See Kanouse v. Martin. 
MARTIN V. MOTT, 13 Wll. 39. 



Constitution ; power of tiie Pre- 
sid;.'nt to suppress insurrection, a 

Discretionaiy powers ; when they 
cannot be supervised. 6 

What is a judicial act; due pro- 
cess of law. c 

MARTIN V. THOMAS, 34 H. 315. 

Sureties; erasure, a 
MARTIN, TOOF v. See Toof v. Martin. 
MARTIN V. W^ADDELL, 16 P. 401. 

Sovereignty of the States over 
land below low water mark, a 
Construction of statutes. 6 
Fisheries, c 



7 H. 34, Lutlier v. Borden. 

7 II. 122, Wilkes v. Dinsman. 
18 H. 280, Murray v Hoboken Co. 

1 Wall. 254, ex parte Vallandi- 
gham. 

8 Wall. 83, U. S. v. Speed. 

a 2 Wall. 236, Smitli v. U. S. 



a 3 H. 219, Pollard v. Hagan. 
b 9 II. G29, Mairiott v. Bruno, 
c 15 II. 422, Den v. Jersey Co. 
c 18 H. 72, Smith v. JIarvland. 
a 3 Wall. 720, Gilman (.'.'Philad-a. 
a 6 Wall. 436, Mumfordu.Wai'clell 
a 23 Wall. 68, St. Clair «. Loving- 

ston. 
a 94 U. S. 338, Barney v. Keokuk 
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MARTIN V. HUNTEaB, 1 MVh.. 304. 

Supreme Court ; wrii, of error to 
State courts ; extent of the jiKlieial 
power of the United States, a 

How the Federal question must 
appear. 6 

Construction of the Constitution ; 
contemporaneous construction, c 

Power of Supreme Court to re- 
view its decrees ; mandate, d 

Not necessary that all the steps 
required to give the Supreme Court 
jurisdiction should be on file in the 
court below, e 

Appeal bond; approval, f 

State and general government; 
relations between; jurisdiction of 
State courts over cases arising un- 
der the Constitution, g 

Supreme Court ; dismissal of 
writ of error ; imposing terms, h 

Removals, i 



a 6 Wh. 375. Cohens v. Virginia. 
6 2 P. 245, Wilson v. Creek Co. 
6 4 P. 425, Craig v. Missouri. 
6 6 P. 536, Worcester v. Georgia. 
b 10 P. 36S, Crowell v. Kandali. 
d 12 P. 491, ex parte Sibbald. 
a 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
c 16 P. 608, Prigg v. Pennsylvania. 
d 'in. 424, Bridge Co. v. Stewart. 
/12 H. 119, Williams v. Oliver. 
c 12 H. 311, Cooley v. Wardens. 
d 15 Hi 464, Corning uNmiI Factory 
e 18 H. 534, Hudguis v. Kemp. 
d 20 H. 480, Roboi:ts v. Cooper. 
& 22 H. 202, Lytic v. Arkansas. 
a 4 Wall. 428, The Moses Taylor. 
/ 4 Wall. 454, Davidson u. Lanier. 
b 6 Wall. 253, Mayor v. Cooper. 
d 7 Wall. 270, Litchfield v. R. R. 
d 12 Wall. 129, Noonan v. Bradlc^y. 
c 12 Wall. 532, Legal-Tender Cas. 
a 13 Wall. 289, Railway v. Whitton 
d 17 Wall. 284, Tyler v. Magwire. 
a 19 Wall. 227, Ins. Co. v. Dunn. 
£^93U. S. 137, Claflin t) Houseman 
e 94 U. S. 112, Dayton v. Lash. 
h 96 U. S. 720, O'Reilly v. Edring- 

ton. 
i 100 U. S. 262, Tennessee v. Davis. 
^102 U. S. 162, Seward u. Corneau. 
a 102 U. 8. 253, Williams v. Bruffy. 



MABTIN, TOUNG v. See Young v. Martin, 
MABT, THE, 9 Cr. 140. 

Jurisdiction; notice, a 



a 24 H. 205, Nations v. Johnson. 
a 1 Wall. 52, Com'der-in-Chief. 
a 23 Wall. 136, RayuNorseworthy 
a 91 U. S. 510, Earle v. McVeigh. 



MART ANN, THE, 8 Wh. 380. 

Supreme Court ; admiralty cases ; 
amendments and further proofs, a 
Informations by U. S. 6 

See M'Donougli v. Dannery, 



a 10 Wall. 420, The Mabey. 

6 10 Wall. 431, U. S. v. Huckabee. 

6 95 U. S. 586, U. S. v. Mann. 



MART EORD, THE, 3 DaU. 188. 



a 1 Wh. 252, L'Invincible. 

6 12 Wall. 135, MailCo.u.Flanders. 



Prize ; neutral courts, a 
Supreme Court; only appellant 
can assign error, b 

MARTI.ANI> V. BAITIMORE & OHIO B. R. CO., 3 H. 534, 



a 10 H. 414, Butler v. Peun. 
6 10 H. 532, E. Hartford v. Br. Co. 
c 9 Wall. .575, Assessor v. Osborn. 
d 11 Wall. 93, U. S. v. Tynen. 



Constitution ; police power, a 

Grant of forfeiture can be dis- 
pensed with by the Legislature. 6 

Statutes; repeal; pending cases, c 

Penalties ; remission, d 
MABYXAND, BROWN v. See Brown v. Maryland. 
MARYI.ANI>, McCULXOCH v. See McOuUoch v. Maryland. 
MAR-EXAND, PHIL. & WIXM. R. R. v. See Phil. & Wilm. E. E. v. Maryland, 



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MAKTIiAND v. RAILKOAD CO., 22 WaU. 106. 

Parol evidence; "surioundiirg | a 95 U. S. .31, Keed u. Ins. Co. 
circumstances." a I a 102 U. S. 65, U. S. v. Peek. 

MARtXAITD, SMITH v. See Smith v. Maryland. 

MAETIANB, WABD v. See Ward v. Maryland. 

MABYlAmD INS. CO. T. IE KOY, 7 Cr. 86. 

Marine insurance ; deviation, a | a 3 WIi. 163, Hughes v. Ins. Co. 
MAEYIAND INS. CO., MVINGSXON v. See LiTingston «. Maryland Ins. Co. 
MJLRTI.AND INS. CO., OLIVER v. See Oliver v. Maryland Ins. Co. 
MARYLAND INS. CO. t. RUDEN, 6 Cr. 338. 



Insuianee ; concealment ; mate- 
riality to tlie risk a question for the 
jury, a 

MASON V. THE BI.AIREAU, 3 Cr. 368. 



a 1 P. 181, McLanahan v. Ins. Co. 
a 8 H. 245, Clark ». Manf. Ins. Co. 



Salvage; who can claim, a 
U.S. courts; jurisdiction; aliens. 
b 



a 10 P. 117, Hobart v. Drogan. 
6 16 H. 10.5, Piquignot v. K. E. Co. 
a 8 Wall. 473, The Comanche. 



MASON, BRASHEAR v. See Brasliear v. Mason. 
MASON, COT V. See Coy v. Mason. 
MASON, DEANE v. See Deane v. Mason. 
MLASON -V. ELDRED, 6 WaU. 831. 

Judgments ; merger of con- I a 95 U. S. 348, Sessions r. Johnson, 
tracts, a I a 99 U. S. 45, U. S. ».-Ames. 

MASON v. EBARSON, 9 H. 348. 

Tax titles, a | a 22 H. 434, Thompson v. Carroll. 

MASON, GERMAIN v. See Germain v. Mason. 
MASON V. HAILE, 13 Wh. 373. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; remedy, a 



a 4 Wall. 553, Van Hoffman ti. 
Quincy. 

a 9G U. S. 74, Tennessee u.Sneed. 

a 96 U. S. 602, EdwardsuKearzey 
MASON, MESSENGER v. See Messenger v. Mason. 
MASON, SMITH V. See Smith v. Mason. 
MASON, TATIiOR v. See Taylor v. Mason. 
MASON V. tr. S., 17 WaU. 70. 

U. S.; suits in Court of Cl.aims; a 17 Wall. 75, Sweeny v. IT. S. 
when receipt of a certain sum bars a 22 Wall. 509, Piatt v. U. S. 
further demand, a o 92 U. S. 388, Savage v. U. S. 

MASON, WILSON V. See Wilson v. Mason. 

MASSACHUSETTS, BEER CO. v. See Beer Co. v. Massachusetts. 
MASSACHUSETTS, HAMILTON CO. v. See Hamilton Co. v. Massachusetts. 
MASSACHUSETTS, PROV. INST. t. See Provident Inst. v. Massachusetts. 
3IASSACHUSETTS, RHODE ISLAND v. See Rhode Island v. Massachusetts. 
MASSEY, AILEN v. See Allen v. Massey. 
MASSEY, MENARD v. See Menard v. Massey. 
MASSIE, BOULDIN v. See Bouldin v. Massie. 



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IVIASSIE T. WATTS, 6 Cr. 157. 

Locations; land laws of Vir- 
ginia ; military warrants, a 

Decisions by tlie State courts; 
when U. S. courts slioulcl follow. 6 

Equity; having jurisdiction of the 
person, it will act on real estate 
abroad, c 

Resulting trusts, d 
MASSINGHX v. DOWKS, 7 H. 767. 

Judgment liens in U. S. courts ; 
rule of decision, a 



MASTERSON v. HEBNDON, 10 "Wall, 

Supreme Court ; writs of error ; 
all the parties must be joined, or 
refuse to join ; summons and sever- 
ance, a 

MASTEKSON T. HOWARD, 18 Wall. 103. 

War ; right of alien enemy to a 18 Wall 
sue. a 6 93 U. S 

When commercial relations with 
States east of the Mississippi were 
restored in late civil war. 6 

MATHESOX V. GRANT, 8 H. 863. 

At what time a judgment can be 
set aside for want of jurisdiction, a 

Verdict; when court will apply 
verdict to good count. 6 
MATHEWS, BETHEIi v. See Bethel v. Mathews 
MATHEWS V. McSTEA, SO WaU. 640. 



a G Wh. 557. Kerr v. Watts. 

6 6 P. 291, Green u. Weal. 

c 15 H. 240, North Ind. E. R. Co. 

V. E. R. Co. 
d 20 H. 558, Irvine n. Marshall, 
c 9 Wall. 121, Cheever u. Wilson, 
c 95 U. S. 723, Pennoyer u. Neff. 



a 2 Bl. 437, Ward u. Chambprlain. 
a 2 Bl. 603, Lefflngwell ». Wiinen 
o 7 Wall. 217, Brown ». Pierce. 
a 12 Wall. 158, Baker v. Morton. 
a 91 U. S. 360, Morsell v. Bank. 

416. 

a 12 Wall, 
a 14 Wall. 
a 20 Wall. 
a 93 U. S. 



261, Germain u. Mason. 
403, O'Dowd V. Bnssell. 
157, Simpson u. Greeley 
419, Sasje u. R. R. Co. 

110, University v. Finch 
595, Bond v. Moore. 



a 6 H. 36, Bank k. Sims, 
a 6 H. 274, Sheppard v. Wilson. 
& 24 H. 345, S. P. Co. v. Sickles. 
6 95 U. S. 126, Ins. Co. v. Boon. 



a 92 U. S. 287, Ins. Co. u. Hendren 
a 98 U. S. 594, Bond v. Moore. 



Supreme Court ; writ of error 
to State court; Federal question 
arising out of the civil war. a 

MATHEWS V. McSTEA, 91 V. S. 7. 

The civil war ; when commercial | a 93 U. S. 595, Bond v. Moore, 
relations restored, a I 

MATHEWS, NATIONAL BANK v. See National Bank v. Mathews. 
MATHEWS, SIGERSON v. See Sigerson v. Mathews. 
MATHEWS M. ZANE, 4 Cr. 383. 

Writ of error to State courts ; 
Federal question, a 

MATTHEWS v. ZANE, 5 Cr. 93. 

Land titles in JTortliwest Terri- 
toi-y ; act 3d March, 1803. a 

Equitable titles, h 

Court will compare conflicting 
titles, c 

Statutes ; when they take effect. d 

MATTHEWSON, CLARKE v. See Clarke i). Matthewson. 
MATTHEWSON, SATTERLEE v. See Satterlee i). Matthewson. 



i a 8 P. 312, Bnel v. Van Ness. 
I a 1 P. 662, Ross v. Barlaud. 

a 1 Wh. 202, Matthews v. Zane. 
6 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
c 18 H. 21, Kissell v. Pub. Schools 
d 17 Wall. 198, Lapeyre v. U. S. 



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MATHIS, McGEB v. Seo McGee v. Mathis. 
MATTXBTGLY v. NYE, 8 WaU. 370. 

Fraudulent and voluntary con- 
veyances ; subsequent creditors, a I 

MATTISON, WRIGHT v. See Wriglit i). Mattlson. 

MAUBAH V. BTILIiUS, 16 P. 438. 

Letters of guaranty, a 



102 U. S. 153, Graham v. K. K. 



MAURAN V. rVS. CO., 6 Wall. 1. 

The civil war ; nature of. a 



a 1 H. 180, Bell v. Bruen. 

a 2 H. 445, Lawrence v MeCalmont 

a 7 Wall. 554, Coppell v. Hall. 
a 20 "Wall. 395, N. Orl. v. 8. S. Co. 
a 21 Wall. 351, Mitchell v. U. S. 



MAXWELL, V. GRISWOLD, 10 H. 348. 

Penal statutes, a 
Duties; tariff acts; "exporta- 
tion." b 



a 10 H. 234, Greeley v. Thompson. 
& 20 IJ. 578, Sampson ». Peaslee. 



MAXWELL V. KENNEDY, 8 H. 810. 

Statute of limitations ; concealed I a 101 U. S. 568, Bauk v. Carpenter 
fraud ; allegation of ; demurrer, a \ 

MAXWELL V. NEWBOLD, 18 H. 616. 



Supreme Court ; wi'its of error 
to State courts ; how the Federal 
question must appear, a 



a 1 Bl. 520, Hoyt u. Sheldon. 

a 10 Wall. 509, Messenger v Mason 

a 21 Wall. 549, Edwards v. Elliott. 



MAXWELL, SLATER v. See Slater v. Maxwell. 
MAXWELL, STUART v. See Stuart v. Maxwell. 
MAY V. LE CLAIRE, 11 Wall. 333. 



Bona-fide purchasers, a 
Trust fund; when cestui 
trust can follow. 6 



a 12 Wall. 339, Villa v. Rodriguez 
que b 96 U. S. 35, U. S. v. Bank. 

6 98 U. S. 245, Slaughter v Glenn 

a 100 U. S. 584, Dickerson v. Col- 
grove. 

a 101 U. S. 498, Baker v. Humph- 
rey. 

MAY, SKELLEKN v. See Skilleru «. May. 
MAYBERRY, SLOCUM v. See Slocum v. Mayberry. 
MAYER V. HELLMAN, 91 U. S. 496. 

Assignments for benefit of cred- | a 98 U. S. 510, Eeed v. Mclntyre. 
itors ; preferences, a \ 

MAYHEW v. THATCHER, 6 Wh. 139. 



Jury ; inquiry as to damages, a 
Judgments; effect and credit to 

be given to judgments of State 

courts ; act of 1790. . 6 

MAYOR, BANKS v. See Banks v. Mayor. 
MAYOR V. COOPER, 6 Wall. 347. 

U. S. courts; judicial power nn 
der tlie Constitution. 
Removals. 6 

MAYOR, HENDERSON v. 



a 7 Wall. 
6 97 U. S. 



104, Aurora v. West. 
336, Ins. Co. v. Hanis. 



a 19 Wall. 227, Iiis. Co. v. Dunn. 
b 100 U. S. 270, Tennessee i' Davis 
a 102 U. S. 140, R. R. Co. v. Miss. 



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MAYOR V. liOKD, 9 Wall. 409. 

U. S. courts; niiunlamns to com- 
pel levj' of tax to pay iuJgment 
against a munioipaHty. a 

Corporations ; contracts ; estop- 
pel. 6 

MATOK, PHELPS V. See Phelps i>. Mayor. 
MAYOR V. KAY, 19 "Wall. 468. 



a 9 Wall. 417, Sup'v'i-s «. Durant. 
6 10 Wall. 645, Mer. Bank v. State 
Bank. 



Municipal corporation ; power to 
issue negotiable bonds, a 



a 96 U. S. 350, Hitchcoeku. Galves- 
ton. 
a 98 U. S. 315, Little Rock v. Bank 



MAYOR, WARrNG v. See ■Waring v. Mayor. 

MAYOR or BALTIMORE, BARRON v. See Barron v. Mayor of Baltimore, 

MAYS V. FRITTON, SO WaU. 414. 

Bankruptcy ; snit by assignee in 



State court; j urisdiotioii ; waiver, a 



a 22 Wall. 59, Scott v. Kellv. 
h 95 U. S. 526, Evster v. Gaff. 
a 05 U. S. 59, McHenry u. Soci^tfi. 



MEAB V. BAIXARD, 7 WaU. 890, 

Deeds; covenants, a 

MEAD V. THOMPSON, 15 'Wall. 638 

Supreme Court; jurisdiction in 
bankruptcy; supervisory jurisdic- 
tion of Circuit Court, a 

MEAD V. U. S., 9 WaU. 709. 

Court of Claims; reference of I a 17 Wall. 444, ea;^ar'<e Atocha. 
case by Congress under special act. a \ 

MECHANICS' BANK v. BANK OF COLUMBIA, 5 Wh, 



I a 100 U. S. 562, Newton v. Com'rs 

a 19 Wall. 286, Coit v. Robinson. 
a 23 Wall. 293, Sandusky v. Bank. 
a 93 U. S. 348, Wiswallw Campbell 



3»6. 

a 8 Wh. 347, Fleckner v. Bank. 
a 13 P. 94, Bradley v. Packet Co. 
6 8 H. 464, LeRoy v. Beard. 
c. 1 Wall. 241, Baldwin v. Bank. 



Coiporations ; powers of; con- 
tracts not under seal, a 

Contracts ; construction of by the 
parties themselves. & 

Parol evidence, c 

MECHANICS' BANK v. LYNN, 1 P. 384. 

Equity; relief in. a | a 8 H. 149, Veazie v. Williams. 

MECHANICS' BANK, MINOR v. See Minor v. Mechanics' Bank. 
MECHANICS' BANK T. SETON, 1 P. 299. 

Parties; when objection to want I a 19 H. 114, Coiron v. Millaudou. 
of may be taken, a | a 18 Wall. 474, R. R. Co. v. On: 

MECHANICS AND TRADERS' BANK v. DEBOLT, 18 H. 380. 



Constitution ; obli;?ation of con- 
tract; exemption from taxation, a 

U.S. courts; jurisdiction where a 
State is interested ; court will only 
regard parties on tlie record, b 

MECHANICS AND TRADERS' BANK v 



a 1 Bl. 475, FranklynBanku.Ohio 
a 2 Bl. 544, Wright v. Sill. 
a 8 Wall. 438, Home v. Rouse. 
b 16 Wall. 220, Davis v. Gray. 



THOMAS, 18 H. 384. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts; power of the State to ex- 
empt from taxation, a 

MEEHAN V. FORSYTH, 34 H. 158. 

Illinois land titles; Peoria lots; 
limitations, a 



a 8 Wall. 438, Home v. Rouse. 



a 1 Bl. 152, Gregg v. Tesson. 
a 2 Bl. 568, Dredge v. Forsyth. 
a 2 Bl. 573, Kellogg v. Forsyth. 



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MEEKS V. OLPHEBT, 100 U. S. 504 

Statute of limitations; possession | 
of real estate by wrong-doer, a \ 

MEIGS V. McCI-TING, 9 Cr. 16. 

Public land; rights of Indians, a 

Power of the PrcsidiMit to oonvej' 
by ti-eaty the public land. 6 
MEMPHIS INS. CO., GARRISON t. See Garrison v. Memphis Ins. Co, 
MEMPHIS, MUKDOCK v. See Mnrdoek v. Memphis. 
MENARD V. MASSEY, 8 H. 305. 

Missouri land titles; manner of 
milking concessions by Spain, a 

Survey; when conclusive. 6 

When the land is severed fi'om 
the public domain, c 

Reservation from sale, d 

Until survey and approval, holder 
of confirmed claim no standing, e 

EtTect of transfer of Louisiana on 
titles. / 

inchoate titles, ff 
MERCEIN, BARRY v. See Barry v. Meroein. 
MERCER V. SELDEN, 1 H. 37. 

Limitations ; disabilities, a | a 94 U. S. 779, Hogan v. Kurtz, 
MERCER, WATSON v. See Watson v. Mercer. 
MERCER CO., COWXES v. See Cowles v. Mercer Co. 
MERCER CO. V. HACKEXT, 1 WaU. 83. 



a 102 U. S. 649, Trimble v. Wood- 
head. 

a 13 P. 200, Clark v. Smith. 
6 17 Wall. 247. Ilolden v. Joy. 



a 1.3 H. 252, Glenn v. XJ. S. 
6 16 H. 507, Gnitard v. Stoddard. 
c 18 H. 474, Ledoux v. Black. 
d 19 H. 80, Willot v. Sandford. 
e 19 H. 210, Cousin v. Blanc. 
e 19 H. 334, Bryan v. Forsvth. 
/22 H. 288, V.S.v. Hartrell. 
e 1 Bl. 189, Carondelet v St. Louis 
ff 14 Wall. 318, Dent v. Emmerger. 



Count}' and municipal bonds in 
aid of railroads; negotiability, a 

Recitals in bonds ; estoppel ; bona- 
fiile purchasers. 6 

Corporations ; contracts ; estop- 
pels, c 



MERCHANTS' BANK v. 



Negotiable I'.aper; difference be- 
tween bank chocks and bills, a 

Tender. 6 

^Vhen the court may direct a ver- 
dict, c 

Acceptance of checks, d 

Cashier; authority, e 

Efjiiitable estoppels, f 

Corporations; agents, g 

Ultra vires, h 



a 7 Wall. 105, Aurora v. West. 
6 9 Wall. 414, Mayor v. Lord. 
c 10 Wall. 645, Mer.BankoSt.Bank 
a 14 Wall. 296, Lexington v. Butler 
6 15 Wall. 371, Grand Chute v. 

Winegar. 
b 92 U. S. 491, Coloma 'v. Eaves. 
b 92 U. S. 500, Venice v. Murdock. 
c 93 U. S. 514. Randolph v. Post. 
& 96 U. S. 314, San Antonio v. 

Malieffy. 
6 99 U. S. 682, Orleans v. Piatt. 
6 99 U. S. 686, Lyons v. Munson. 
6101U. S. 204. Pompton v. Union. 

STATE BANK, 10 WaU. 647. 



a 18 Wall. 020, Espy v. Bank. 
b 93 U. S. 325, Taltv v. Bank, 
c 94 U. S. 284, Com'rs v. Clark. 
d 94 U. S. 345, Bank v. Wliiiniuii. 
c 95 U. S. 443, R. R. Co. ^. Jonc.*. 
e 96 U. S. 31, U. S. v. Bank. 
/ 96 U. 8. 721, Morgan v. R. R. 
c 97 U. S. 278, Macon Co. rSlHiirs 
c 99 U. S. 656, Spring v. Ednar. 
c 99 U. S. 678, Orleans v. Platr. 
.9100 U. S. 702, Bank v. Gi-aliaui. 
c JOl U. S. 18, Bowditcli t) Boston 
c 101 U. S. Ill, Meguire u Corwine 
hWlV. S. 183, People's Dank v. 

Bank. 
/lOl U. S. 351, Creswell v. Lan- 

alian. 



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193 



MERCHANTS' BAMK, IVES v. See Ives i). Merchants' Bank. 
MEKCHAUTS' BANK, N. J. NAV. CO. v. See N. J. Nav. Co. v. Merch. Bank. 
MEKCHAJJTS' INS. CO., CABRINGTON v. See Oarrington v. Merch. Ins. Co. 
MEBCHANXS' INS. CO., TATLOE v. See Tayloe v. Merchants' Ins. Co. 
MEKCHANTS' NAT. BANK, NAT.. BANK v. See Nat. Bank v. M. Nat. Bank. 
MEKCHAJSfTS' NAT. BANK, TAPPAN v. See Tappan v. Merch. Nat. Bank. 
SIEBIDITH, CI-EAK^VATEB v. See Clearwater v. Meridith. 
MEKIDITH V. V. S., 13 P. 49*. 

Revenue laws ; "importation." a, a S Wall. 120, "Wanngw.The Mayor 
Action of debt to recover duties. 6 | 6 19 Wall. 240, Sav. Bank ». U. S. 



MERINO, THE, 9 WTi. 401. 

Adiniralty ; informations, a 



a 20 Wall. Ill, Confiscation Cases. 



MERRIIit V. PETTY, 16 WaU. 385. 

Supreme Court; amount in con- I a 95 U. S. 695, Thompson v. Butler 
troversy. a \ 

MERRnX V. TOEMANS, 94 U. S. 568. 

Patent law ; patentee bound by 1 a 95 U. S. 278, Keystone Br. Co. v. 
the patent, o I Iron Co. 



MERBIMAC, THE, 8 Cr. 387. 

Property in goods shipped by 
consignor to care of liis agent with 
directions as to delivery, a 



a 1 Wh. 211, St. Jose Indians. 



MEBRIMAC, THE, 14 "WaU. 203. 

Collision ; negligence, a 1 a 10 Wall. 54, The Wenona. 

MERRTMAN t. BOURNE, 9 WaU. 600. 



Estoppel by deed, a 
California; Mexican titles; pu- 
eblo lands, b 

MESA V. V. S., a Bl. 731. 

Supreme Court ; return of writs 
of errorand appeals ; filing record, a 



a 21 Wall. 48S, Grossholtz v. New- 
man. 
6 98 U. S. 17, Palmer v. Low. 

a 3 Wall. 50, Castro v. U. S. 

a 7 Wall. 310, Edmonson v Blooni- 

sliire. 
a 99 U. S. 506, Grigsby v. Purcell. 

MESSENGER v. MASON, 10 Wall. 509. 

Supreme Court; writ of error to I a 21 Wall. 549, Edwards v. Elliott. 
State courts; Federal question, a \ 
METZ, MTLNOB v. See Milnor v. Metz. 
METZGER, EX PARTE, 5 H. 176. 

Supreme Court; appellate juris- a 1 Wall. 253, ex parte Vallandi- 
diction ; habeas corpus, a „ „,. „ „„ gluam. 

' a 8 Wall. 99, ez^arfe Yorgcr. 

a 18 Wall. 166, ex parte Langc. 
a 100 U. S. 341, ea^arie Virginia. 

METER V. ARTHDR, 91 U. S. 570. 

Duties ; construction of statutes a | a 96 U. S. 133. Murphy v: Arnsoii. 

13 



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METEB V. MCSCATINE, 1 ■Wall. 385 

Subscriptions in aid of railroads ; 
validity of bonds; recitals; estop- 
pel ; bona-fide holders, a 

Contracts; construction given by 
the parties interested, b 

Taxation; what is a publiciise. c 



a 3 Wall. C6o, Kon;er« v. Burling- 
ton. 

a 4 Wall. 274, Mitchell v. Burling- 
ton. 

a 7 Wall. 105, Aurora v. West. 

a 9 Wall. 414, Mayor v. Lord. 

a 13 Willi. 305, Pend'ii Co. v. Amy 

a 15 Wall. 37], Grand Chute v. 
Winegar. 

6 16 Wall. 162, James w.Mllwiuikee 

c 19 Wall. 677, P. Grove i). Talcott 

a 92 U. S. 491 , Coloma v. Eaves. 

a 94 U. S. 206, Com'rs v. January. 

a 94 U. S. 284, Com'rs v. Clark. 

a 99 U. S. 218, Sup'rs v. Galbraith 

3EETEB, BOOSEVEtT v. See Eoosevelt v. Meyer. 
MEZES, GBEEB v. See Greer v. Mezes. 
MIAMI CO., MOEAII V. See Moran e. Miami Co. 
MICHAELS v. POST, 21 WaU. 398. 

Bankruptcy; %\lien adjudication [ a 22 Wall. 157, Sloan v. Lewis, 
cannot be assailed collaterally. , a I 

MICHIGAN BANK v. EL,I>B£D, 9 WaU. 548. 

Hypothetical charge to the jury. a\a 93 U. S. 299, R. K. Co. v. Horst. 

I a 101 U. S. Ill, MeguirevCorwiue 
MICH. CEN. B. B. CO., NOBTH. IND. B. B. CO. v. See Northern Indiana 

K. B. Co. V. Michigan Central E. R. Co. 
MICHOUS T. GIBOD, 4 H. 503. 



Trusts; limitations, a 

Supreme Court U. S. ; final de- 
crees. 6 

Equity; stale claims; lapse of 
time, c 

When trustee cannot purchase 
trust property, d 

Supreme Court ; final decrees ; 
limitations ; concealed fraud, e 



MICOU, DAT V. See Day v. Micou. 
MILBCBN, EX PABTE, 9 P. 704. 



a 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benliam. 
6 G H. 202, Forgay v. Conrad. 
c 7 H. 826, Steavns v. Page. 
d 8H. 149, Veazie v. Williams. 
b 18 H. 200, Craighead v. Wilson. 
b 19 H. 284, Bcebe v. Russell. 
d 2 Wall. 85, Bi-ooks v. Martin, 
c 2 Wall. 93, Badger v. Badger. 
e 7 Wall. 346, Thompson v. Dean, 
c 18 Wall. 506, Clarke e. Booimun. 
/98 U. S. 238, Andrae ». Redfield. 



Supreme Court ; habeas corpus ; I a 1 Wall. 253, ex parte Vallandi- 



appellate jurisdiction, a 

MII.ES V. CALDWBLIi, 8 W^aU. 44. 

Ejectment; conclusiveness of 
judgments, u. 

When judgments can be pleaded 
in bar; dismissals without preju- 
dice, b 

Rents and profits, c 



gham. 

a 3 Wall. 248, Blanchard v. Brown 
a 4 Wall. 175, Sturdy v. Jackavvay 
6 7 Wall. 110, Durautu.EssexCo. 
c 17 Wall. 292, Tvler v. Magwire. 
o 94 U. S. 354, Cromwell J). Sac. Co 
a 94 U. S. 775, Hogaii v. Kurtz. 
b 99 U. S. 263, Campbell u. Rankin 
See Bank of the Republic v. Millard. 



MIXI.ABI>, BANK OF THE BEP. 

MIIXAtJDON, McDONOGH v. See McDonogh «. Millaudou. 

MELIEDGE, MTLIEGAN v. See Millcgan v. Milledge. 



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MHIENGER, BtOOMER V. Sfle Bloomer v. MUlenger. 
mnXEK, BI.AIR V. See Blair v. Miller. 



ami-ER V. KERR, 7 Wh. 1. 

Land laws ; when equity jjrowing 
out of prior entry may be rebutted . a 

Virginia military land warrants ; 
eqnities, when they can be asserted 
agaiiftt the legal title. 6 

MXLIjER v. lEPE EfS. CO., 13 Wall. 

Findings of facts; trial without 
inry ; reviewof tinditigsby Supreme 
Court, a 



MILIJEIR, MUDSBT v. See lilndsey d, 
MUXER V. MTNTCTBE, 11 Wli. 441. 

Land laws ; in what time survey 

must be made, a 
Ejeetmeiit; limitations. 6 
Laches ; equitable bar. c 
Limitations; disabilities, d 
Araeudraonts; when equivalent 

to new suit, e 

MII.I,ER T. NICHOI.S, 4 Wh. 311, 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State court ; how the Federal ques- 
tion must be shown, a 



a 7 Wh. 213, Hoofnagle r. Ander- 
son. 
6 G P. 672, Lindsey v. Miller. 
6 12 P. 204, Galloway v. Finley. 
6 15 P. 104, Brush v. "Wear. 

895. 

a 1.5 Wall. 
a 18 Wall. 
a 19 Wall. 
a 21 Wall. 
a92U. S. 
o 93 U. S. 
a98U. S. 

Miller. 



438, Kichmond U.Smith. 
248, Ins. Co. o. Folsom. 

72, Crews v. Brewer. 
161, Ins. Co. V. Sea. 
469, Tyng v. Grinnell. 

81, Rj'an v. Carter. 
443, The Abbotsford. 



MnXER -r. SHERRY, S WaU. 849. 

Creditor's bills, a 

Equity; extraterritorial jurisdic- 
tion. 6 

MILI.ER, S TTTP T* T. See SUlpp v. Miller. 
MXLI.ER V. THE STATp, 15 WaU. 488. 



a 6 P. 62, Miller v. M'Intyre, 
6 6 P. 130, Sicard v. Davis, 
c 9 P. 413, Piatt v. Vattier. 
c 10 P. 180, Boon v. Chiles, 
c 1 H. 189, Bowman v. Wathan. 
d 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 
e 22 Wall. 246, French ». Hay. 

a 12 Wh. 117, Williams v. Norris. 
a 2 P. 245, Wilson v. Creelv Co. 
a 2 P. 380, SatterleeuMatthewson 
a 3 P. 392, Harris v. Dennie. 
o 4 P. 410, Craig ». Missouri. 
« 5 P. 24S, Fisher ». Cockrell. 
« 6 P. 41, Davis v. Packard. 
a 10 P. 368, Crowell v. Kandell. 
a 12 P. 103. Beaston v. Bank. 
a 16 P. 296, U. S. v. Eliason. 
a 12 H. 102, Neilson v. Lagow. 
a 18 H. 5J3, Maxwell v. Newbold. 

a 94 U. S. 800,' Bridge v Heidelbaoh 
6 99 U. S. 308, Phelps v. McDonald 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts; power of tlie Legislature 
over corporate charters, a 
MUXER V. STEWART, 9 Wh. 703. 

Sureties, a 



a 15 Wall. 519, Holyoke v. Lyman. 
a 99 U. S. 720, Sinking Fund Case 



a 15 P. 206, U. S. v. Boyd, 
a 6 H. 293, McMicken v. Webb. 
a 20 H. 76, Leggett v. Humphreys 
a 24 H. 316, Martin v. Thomas. 
a 2 Wall. 234, SmUh u. U. S. 
a 2 Wall. 604, Bead v. Bowman. 
a 21 Wall. 657, U. S. ti. Boecker. 
a 92 U. S. 98, Magee v. Ins. Co. 



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BULtEK V. TIirrNY, 1 WaU. 310. 

Contracts; by what law govern- I a 01 U. S. 411. Sciidder w. Bank, 
ed; interest, a I o 96 U. S. 02, Cromwell y Sac. Co. 

MTLI-EB V. U. S., 11 Wall. 89». 

. 344, Tyler v. Defrees. 
, 201, Pelliam v. Way. 
. 598, Brown u Kennedy 
. 104, Coi>fiscatioJi Cas." 
. 27, Semmes v. U. S. 
, 661, Lampt). Bras.s Co. 
. 207, Wallach v. Van 
Riswiok. 

712, Pike v. Wassell. 

778, Alex. v. Fairfax. 

594, Springer v. U. 8. 

MTLLIGAIf, EX FAKTE, 3 WaU. 107. 

Supreme Court ; habeas corpus, a i a 18 Wall. 166, ex parte Lange, 

I a 100 U. S. 23, ex parte Eeed. 

MTLUGAjy V. MILtEDGE, 3 Cr. 83». 

Equity; pleas and answers, a 1 a 14 P. 210, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

MILI.S T. BAJSTK OF THE U. S., 11 Wi. 430. 



Confiscation, a 


a 11 Wall 


Judgments of U. S. courts ; when 


a 15 Wall 


they cannot be impeached collat- 


a 15 Wall 


erally, b 


a 20 Wall 


Constitution; due process of 


a 91 U. S 


law., c 


6 91 U. S 




a 92 U. S 




a 94 U. S 




a 95 U. S 




c 102 U. S 



Negotiable paper ; days of grace ; 
custom of banks, a 

Notice ; every variance not fatal 
to. h 



a 1 P. 28, Bank v. Triplett. 
6 9 P. 45, Bank ». Swann. 
a 14 P. 318, Fowler v. Brantly. 
a 4 H. 324, Cookendorfer v. Pres- 
ton. 
a 15 H. 535, Adams v. Otterback. 
6 17 H. 606, Dennistown v. Stewart 

MTLIS V. BKOWN, 16 P. 585. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to | a 4 Wall. 180, E. R. Co. v. Rock. 
State courts; Federal question. a\ 

mnXtS T. DUBTEE, 7 Cr. 481. 



Constitution ; judgments ; credit 
and effect to be given to. a 

Act May 26, 1790; authentica- 
tion, h 



MJXtS V. ST. CliAZB CO., 8 H. 569. 

Ferry grant ; exclusive right to ; 
construction in favorof the public, a 



a 3 Wh. 234, Hampton v. M'Coii- 
nell. 

a 13 P. 324, M'Elmoyle v. Cohen. 

6 11 H. 172, D'Arcv u. Ketchum. 

a 5 Wall. 302, Christmas w Russell 

6 5 Wall. 310, Green v. Van Bus- 
kirk. 

a 7 Wall. 148, Green v. Van Bus- 
kirk. 

a 9 Wall. 123, Cheever ». Wilson. 

a 16 Wall. 619, Crapo v. Kellv. 

a 18 Wall. 462, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 

a 22 Wall. 81, Maxwell u. Stewart 

6 95 U. S. 422, Turnball v. Payson 

a 97 U. S. 336, Ins. Co. v. Harris. 



cr 23 H. 437, Minturn v. Larue. 
a 1 Bl. 380, Rice v. Railroad Co. 
a 1 Bl. 630, Conway v. Taylor. 



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3VIILI.S V. SMITH, 8 Wall. 87. 

Instructions to jury; abstract l a 16 Wall. 516, Tweed's Case, 
propositions, a I a 95 U. S. 166, Improv. Co. v Stead 

MTLLS T. STODDAKD, 8 H. 345. 

Missouri land titles; confirma- | a 15 H. 535, Delauriere ». Emison. 
tiou by Congress ; reservations, a | a 19 Wall. 632, Macliay v. Easton. 
MTLN, NEW YORK v. See New York v. Miln. 
MTLNOK V. METZ, 16 P. 281. 

Jurisdiction of controversy con- I a 99 U. S. 306, Philps v. McDonald 
cerning fund in U. S. Treasury, a \ 
MlXIiS, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Mills. 
MII.I,S, VANDKWATEB v. See Tandewater v. Mills. 
aHLWAUKBB, mCHMOND V. See Biohmond v. Milwaukee. 
MHWAUKEE, TATES v. See Yates v. Milwaukee. 
MILWATIKEE K. B. CO., EX PARTE, 5 "Wall. 188. 



Supreme Court; appeals and 
writs of eri'or ; bond, a 
Writ of supersedeas. 6 



a 7 Wall.311, Edmonson»Bloom- 
shire. 

b 10 Wall. 292, S 1 a u g 1 1 1 e r-House 
Cases. 

6 12 Wall. 100, Fi-enchB Shoemaker 

MILWATJKEE R. R. CO., BLOSSOM v. See Blossom v. Milwaukee E. E. Co. 
MHWAUKJEE R. R., ERSKINE T. See Erekine v. E. E. Co. 
amT^AUKEE R. R. V. KELLOGG, 94 U. S. 469. 

Proximate cause of loss, a | a 95 U. S. 133, Ins. Co. v. Boon. 

MTLW^AUKJEE & BUNN. R. B. v. SOUTTEB, 8 WaU. 440. 

Supreme Court; final decrees. a\ a7 Wall. 346, Thompsons. Dean. 

TVmVTA QUEEN T. HEPBURN, 7 Cr. 390. 

Hearsay evidence, a a 1 Wh. 6, Davis v. Wood. 

a 5 P. 81, Scott V. Katcliflfe. 
a 10 P. 412, Ellicott v. Pearl. 

MINEB, PUBCEX.1. v. See Purcell l). Miner. 
MINEBS' BANK v. U. S., 5 H. 813. 

Quo warranto, a, | a 3 Wall. 238, Terr'y ». Lockwood. 

MINING CO., BOGGS v. See Boggs v. Mining Co. 
MINING CO., McGABRAHAN v. See McGarrahan v. Mining Co. 
MINIS V. U. S., 15 P. 448. 

Treaties with the Indians, u I a 17 Wall. 246, Holden ». Joy. 
Public officers ; extra services. 6 j 6 91 U. S. 564, Hall K. U. S. 
MINNESOTA V. BACHELDE3, 1 WaU. 109. 

Land titles; patent enurement; I a 7 Wall. 224, Silver v. Ladd. 
equitable title, a | a 13 Wall. 86, Johnson c.Towsley 

MINNESOTA CO. v. ST. PAUL CO., 8 WaU. 631. 

Kaih-oads; rolling Stock, a a 6 Wall. 742, Minn. Cow St. Paul 

U. S. and State courts; conflict 6 102 U. S. 262, Bank v. Calhoun. 

of jurisdiction. 6 

MINN. & N. E. E. CO., BICE v. See Eice v. Minn. & N. W. E. E. Co. 

MINN. & P. E. B., EAENSWOETH v. See Farnswortli v. Minn. & P. E. K. 

MINOR V. HAPPERSETT, 81 Wall. 178. 

Constitution ; snflrage. a | a 92 U. S. 554, U. S. v. Cruikshank. 



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MANUAL OF StJPKEMB COURT DECISIONS. 



SmrOK V. MECHANICS' BAI«E, 1 P. 46. 



Sureties; joint and several bond, a a 

Corporations ; powers ; when 6 

" may " is constrned as " shall." & e 

Misjoinder; nolle prosequi, c d 

Agents ofcorpoi-ations; powers, d e 
Sureties ; liability ; new duties, e 
Ban lis ; ca8l)iers. f 

MIKOK V. TIIJW>TSaN, 1 H. 888. 

Supreme Court ; will not dismiss 
for want of a bill of exceptions, bnt 
will aflSrni. a 



11 P. 91, U. S. V. Lefler. 
9 H. 256, Mason v. Fearson. 
17 H. 610, Griffln v. Eeynolds. 
19 H. 318, Ins. Co. v. Ina. Co. 
14 Wall. 501, U. S. V. Powell. 
/lOOU. S. 454, Caseir. Bank. 



a 1 Wall. 604, Pomeroy v. Bank, 
,a 3 Wall. 103, Sparrow v. Strouo-. 
a 10 Wall. 260, K. K. v. Morffan.'' 
a 11 Wall. 677, Cook e. Burnley. 
a VI Wall. 140, The Eutaw. 
a 91 U. S. 131, Bait. & P. R. R. v. 
Trustees. 



MINaK V. TUXOTSON, 3 H. 3»4. 

Bills of exception, a 

Supreme Court; error must ap- 
pear upon the record. 6 

Evidence; copies, c 

Louisiana ; common law cases 
can be reviewed only by writ of 
error ; equity cases by appeal, d 

MDfTUBN V. CROMMEMN, 18 H. 88. 



a 5 H. 28S, Phillips v. Pieston. 
a 8 H. 483, Prentice v. Zane. 
b 20 H. 439, Snydam v. Williamson 
c 24 H. 179, 6reg;g v. Forsyth. 
6 2 Bl. 484, Taylor u. Morton. 
d 12 Wall. 442, Walker ». Dreville. 
d 20 Wall. 622, Murdocki; Memphis 



Land titles; patents; presump- 
tions as to autliority to issue, a 

Pi-e-emption- ; when cancellation 
of entry by Commissioner void, h 

Patent for land previously grant- 
ed void, c 



a 22 H. 459, Fuentes v. U. S. 
h 1 Bl. 139, O'Brien v. Perry, 
c 21 Wall. 675, Morton « Nebraska. 
a 92 U. S. 425, Clements v. Mache- 
bouel. 



MINTUKN, I^WKENCE v. See Lawrence i). Mintum. 
MTBANBA, U. S. V. See U. S. ii. Miranfla. 



497. 

a 6 Wall. 242, Geoi'gia w. Grant. 
b 7 Wall. 353, Gaines u. Thompson 



MISSISSIPPI v. JOHNSON, 4 WaU. 

Supreme Court; suit in which 
State is a party ; leave to file bill, a 

Public officers ; control of courts 
over ; discretionary powers, b 

MISSISSIPPI, MOOKE V. See Moore v. Mississippi. . 
MISSOURI, CRAIG v. See Craig d. Missoaii. 
MISSOURI, CUMMINGSv. See Cammings ^. Missonri. 
MISSOURI V. IOWA, ? H. 6G0. 

Supreme Court; original juris- | a 11 Wall. .54, Virginia ». West Va. 
diction; boundaries, a \ '6 

MISSOURI, KLINGER v. 
MISSOURI, WELTON t. 
MIS. KAN. & TEX. R. R 



See Klinger v. Missoari. 
See Welton v. Missouri. 
CO. V. KAN. PAC. R. R. CO., 97 U. S. 491. 



Land grants by Congress to rail- , a 99 U. S. 475, Railway «. Ailing. 
loads ; location ; wlien title vests, a 1 a 101 U. S. 509, Hall w. Russell; 



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mTCHEIil. V. HARMONY, 13 H. 115. 

Supreme Court ; damages and a 
interest on judgments, a b 

War; private property taken for c 
public use. 6 

Military power, c a 

Jury; the consideration of the b 
evidence i« for Ihe jury, d 

U. S. officers ; when not liable 
for acts committed during war. e 

MITCHEEX v. HAWIET, 16 WaU. 

Patent law ; assignments, a 



14 H. S29, Perldns v Pourniquct 
13 Wall. 628, U. S. v. Russell. 
91 U. S. 716, Raymond v. 
Thomas. 
94 U. S. 101,R. R.B.Foley. 
94 U. S. 234, Cammeyeru New- 
ton. 
S. 238, Ins. Oo.i>, Rodel. 
S. 169, Dow V. Johnson. 



95 U. 
100 U. 



d 
e 

544. 

I a 17 Wall. 436, Adams v. Burke 



MITCHELL V. TILGHMAN, 19 WaU. 378. 

Patent law ; patent to Tilghman I a 102 U. S. 708, Tilghman v. Proc- 
for fat acids; "processes." a \ tor. 

MITCHEU., U. S. V. See U. S. 1;. Mitchell. 

MITCHELL V. V. S., 9 P. 711. 

Error ; appellate court cannot 
notice a paper not used on trial, a 

Indians ; in Florida ; validity of 
a grant of Indian land, b 

Laws of ceded country remain in 
force till altered, c 

Supreme Court ; mandates, d 

Power of Crown ; public lands, e 

Complete Spanish titles. /' 

Court will ascertain specifle 
boundaries of confirmed claim, g 

protocols; testinionios. h 

MITCHELI, T. U. S., IS P. 80. 

Supreme Court U. S. ; power to 
ehango its decision ; mandate, u, 

MITCHELL V. U. S., HI WaU. 350. 

Civil war; contracts for purchase 
of cotton in the hostile territory ■ 
intercourse; domicil; who were 
enemies, a 
MOBILB V. ESLAVA, 16 P. 234. 

Supreme Court; writ of error; 
Federal question; title under U. S. 
a 

Act 1824 granting water lots in 
Mobile, b 

Pai-ol proof of location and im- 
provements, c 

■ Ri;;ht of States to land between 
high and low water, d 

MOBIIE V. HALLETT, 10 P. 261. 

Land law; jirant by Congress of 
water lots in Mobile to the city, a 

MOBILE, OSBOKN v. See Osborn v. Mobile. 

MOFFAT, COOK v. See Cook v. Moffat. 



a 10 P. 209, Boon v. Chiles. 

6 10 P. 303, U. S. V. Fernandez. 

c 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 

dl2 P. 491, ex parte Sibbakl. 

e 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

b 15 P. 80, Mitchell v. U. S. 

f 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 

c 20 H. 173, Leitensdorfer v. Webb 

g 21 H. 446, U. S. v. Fossatt. 

6 17 Wall. 245, Holden v. Joy. 

h 20 Wall. 284, McPhaul«.Lapsley 



a 6 H. 40, Bank U. S. v. Sims. 



a 93 U. S. 609, Desmare v. U. S. 



a 2 H. 372, Chouteau v. Eckart. 
6 2 H. 601, Pollard v. Files, 
a 4 H. 177, Jourdon v. Barrett, 
c 10 H. 507, Guitard v. Stoddard. 
d 94 U. S. 337, Barney v. Keokuk. 



a 1 H. 08, Mobile v. Emanuel. 



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MOI-I-A:^ v. TORRANCE, 9 Wh. 537. 

U. S. courts; citizenship; at what a 7 B. 254, Vattier w. Hliide. 
time the jurisdiction attaches, a a 12 P. 170, Clarke v. Matthewsou. 

Assignees of choses in action ; a 5 H. 288, Pliillips v. Preston. 
suits in U. S. courts by; sec. 11 b 6 H. 36, Bank U. S. w. Moss, 
judiciary act. 6 " & 13 H. 186, Coffee u. Plant. Bank. 

b 8 Wall. 396, Biadley v. Khines. 
6 19 Wall. 83, Morgan v. Gay. 
MOllISON, MONTICEI.I.O v. See Monticello v. MoUison. 
MONTAXET V. MXTKRAT, 4 Cr. 46. 



U. S. courts ; suits by assignees 
of notes; sec. 11 judiciary act. a 

Citizeusliip ; courts of the U. S. ; 
jurisdiction. 6 

Supreme Court ; dismissal for 
want of jurisdiction ; costs, c 

MONTAtTLT v. U. S., la H. 47. 

Louisiana; Spanish grants after 
Treaty of St. Ildelfonso. a I 



o 5 H. 28S, Phillips v. Preston. 
a 13 H. 186, Coffee v. Plant. Bank. 
b 19 H. 402, Dred Scott v. Sandf'd. 
c 9 Wall. .567, Hornthall v. Coll'r. 
a 19 Wall. 88, Morgan v. Gay. 



6 U Wall. 643, U. S. u. Lynde. 



MONTE AILEGRB, THE, 7 Wh. 530. 

Admiralty ; marshal's sales ; war- 1 a 9 Wli. 616, The Monte Allegro, 
ranty. a I 

MONTE AXI.EGRE, THE, 9 Wli. 616. . 

Agent ; warranty by. a I 8 H. 464. Lei-ov v. Beard. 

1 Wall. 369, Schuchardt v. Allen. 

MONTELXO, THE, 11 WaU. 411. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; naviga- I a 20 Wall. 439, The Montello. 
ble rivers, a \ 

MONTGOMERY T. ANDERSON, 81 H. 386. 

Jurisdiction; consent, a 
Admiralty; proceeds follow the 
cause into the Circuit Court, b 
Supreme Court ; reversals, c 

MONTGOMERY, JECKER v. See Jecker v. Montgomery, 
MONTGOMERY v. HERNANDEZ, 13 TFli. 139. 



a 16 Wall. 346, Merrill v. Petty. 
6 20 Wall. 225, The Lottawanna. 
c 23 Wall. 103, Stickney v. Wilt. 
b 95 U. S. 617, The Wanata. 



Wi'it of error to State courts; 
Federal question, a 

Party must claim right under the 
Constitution for himself. 6 

Statutes of limitations; excep- 
tions not mentioned in statute, c 

MONTGOMERY v. V. S., 15 Wall, 

War; non-intercourse, a 
Payments to agents in the ene- 
my's country. 6 



MOLtlSON, 

insurer on 



MONXICEttO, THE, l 

Insurance ; lien of 
judgment recovered by insured 
where loss had been settled, a 

Non-joinder of parties in a libel. 6 

Ship; liability for collision; effect 
of receiving insui'ancc money, c 

Collision; lights, d 



'a 7 H. 740, Smith m. Hunter. 

a 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 

6 10 H. 322, Henderson v. Tenn. 

6 22 H. 160, Hale v. Gaines. 

c 6 Wall. 542, Hanger v. Abbott. 

6 91 U. S. 113, LongK. Converse. 

395. 

a 17 Wall. 603, U. S. v. Lapene. 
a 21 Wall. 352, Mitchell v. U. S. 
a 93 U. S. 612, Desmare v. U. S. 
b 95 U. S. 432, Ins. Co. v. Davis. 

17 H. 163. 

a 19 H. 313, Garrison v. Ins. Co. 
6 1 Wall. 53, Comm'd'r-in-Chief. 
c 3 Wall. 266, Newell v. Norton. 
d 6 Wall. 225, The Hypodame. 



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MOON, KERK V. See Kerr v. Moon. 
MOOKE V. AM. TBANS. CO., 34 H. 1. 

Act of 1851 limiting liability of I a 3 Wall. 152, Walker u. Trans. Co. 
vessels for loss from flre. a \ 

MOOKE -V. BANK OV THE METKOPOLIS, 13 P. 307. 

Bills of exception to admissibility I a 4 Wall. 682, U. S. v. MoMasters. 
of evidence, a \ 

MOOKE, CI/BMENTS v. See Clements v. Moore. 



MOOKE V. GREENE, 19 H. 69. 

Equity ; limitations ; concealed 
fraud, a 
How fraud must be alleired. 6 



a 23 H. 208, Beanbien v. Beanbien 
6 16 Wall. 29, Voorhees v. Bone- 
steel. 
a 101 U. S. 140, Wood v Carpenter 



MOORE, HAMILTON v. See Hamilton v. Moore. 
MOORE, HENDERSON v. See Henderson v. Moore, 
MOORE, HOUSTON v. See Houston i). Moore. 

MOOKE V. IXI.INOIS, 14 H. 13. 

Constitution; second punishment | a 18 Wall 
for tlie same oltense. a \ a 100 U. S 

MOOKE, IIVINGSTON v. See Livingston v. Moore, 
MOORE T. MISSISSIPPI, 31 Trail. 636. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to | a 98 U. S. 
State courts ; Federal question, a \ 

MOORE V. ROBBINS, 18 WaU. 688. 

Supreme Court ; final judg- 
ments, a 



172, ex parte Lange, 
390, ex parte Siebold. 



142, Bank v. Bd. Tjiqui- 
dation. 



a 18 Wall. 628, St. Clair u. Loving- 

ston. 
a 20 Wall. 654, Parcels v. Johnson. 
a 91 U. S. 2, McComb v. Com'rs. 



MOORE V. BOBBINS, 96 U. S. 530. 

Pre-emption; jurisdiction of the 
Land Office, a 

MOORE V. U. S., 91 V. S. 370. 

Court of Claims; appeals; find- 
ing of facts, a I 
MOOKE, VEAZIE T. See Veazie d. Moore 
MOKAN -v. MIAMI CO., 3 Bl. 735. 

County bonds in aid of railroads ; 



a 100 U. S. lis, Lansdale?) Daniels 
a 101 U. S. 476, Marquez w. Frisbie. 
a 101 U. S. 519, Vance u.Burbank. 

a 96 U. S. 39, U. S. v. Clark. 



conditions in act authorizing issue 
recitals; rights of bona-fide hold- 
ers; estoppel, a 

Corporations; contracts; estop- 
pel. 6 



a 5 Wall. 
b 10 Wall. 
a 13 Wall. 
a 14 Wall. 
a 16 Wall, 
a 92 U. S, 
a 93 U. S 
a 04 U. S. 

a 99 V. S. 
a 99 U. S, 
alOlU. S, 



MOBSECAI, INS. CO. v. See Ins. Co. v. Mordecai. 



7S4, Supvrs. v. Schenck. 

645, Mer. Bank v. Bank. 

305, Pendleion v. Amy. 

296, Lexington u Butler. 

46.^, Kennicottw Supvrs. 

491, Coloma v. Eaves. 

513, Raudolpli v. Post. 
73, Leavenwoith Co. v. 
Barnes. 

218, Supvrs.!;. Galbraitli 

682, Orleans v. Piatt. 

204, Pompton v. Coop- 
er Union. 



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MORDECAI V. irNDSAT, 19 H. 300. 

District Court U. S.; final decrees 
in admiralty; appeals to Circuit 
Court; consent cannot give juris- 
diction, a 

Supreme Com-t ; reversals. 6 

MORE, U. S. V. See U. S. v. More. 



a 21 H. 386, Montgomeiyw. Ander- 
son. 
a 5 Wall. 490, Tlie Eddy. 
a 16 Wall. 346, Merrill w. Petty. 
6 23 Wall. 163, Stickney v. Wilt. 



MOREAN V. C. S. INS. CO., 1 Wh. 819. 

Marine insurance; total loss, a I a 7 H. 604, Hugg v. Ins. Co. 

I a 19 Wall. 643, Ins. Co. ». Fogarty. 

MOREHEAD, JONES v. See Jones v. Morehead. 

MOREWOOD T. ENKEQUIST, 83 H. 493. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; maritime jail Wall. 28, Ins. Co. v. Dunliam 
contracts, a | a 21 Wall. 556, Edwards v. Elliott. 

MOREY V. tOCKWOOB, 8 WaU. 840. 

Patent law ; i-ei>isue ; specifica- I a 93 U. S. 463, Russell b. Dodge, 
tions. u I 

MORGAN V. BEtOIT, 7 Wall. 613. 

Municipal corporations ; legisla- I a 100 U. S. 528, Mt. Pleasant uBeck- 
tive control; annexation; debts. a\ with. 

MORGAN, BELOIT v. See Beloit v. Morgan. 
MORGAN V. CBRTENIUS, 20 H. 1. 

U . S. oouits ; when they will fol- | a 101 U. S. 129, Roberts v. BoUes. 
low the decisioMsof State courts, a \ 

MORGAN V. GAY, 19 WaU. 81. 

U. S. courts; juriscliction; citi- 1 a 97 U. S. 650, Robertson «j. Cease, 
zenship; liow shown, a | 

MORGAN, KENNARD v. See Kennard i). Morgan. 
MORGAN V. tOTJISIANA, 93 U. S. 817. 



a 97 U. S. 711, R. R. v. Gaines. 
a 102 U. S. 275, R. R. v. Hamblen. 



a 12 P, 170, Clarke v. Matthevvsori. 
6 15 H. 207, Kanonse v. Martin, 
c 17 H. 137, Sliields v. Barrow. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; exemption fi-om taxation ; 
does not pass by sale of franchise 
of railroad company, a 

MORGAN T. MORGAN, 8 Wh. 890. 

U. S. courts; citizenship ; at what 
time it must appear, a 

Jtirisdiction once attached, subse- 
quent change will not oust it. 6 

Parties, c 

MORGAN v. PARHAM, 16 Wall. 474. 

Vessels; where taxable, a | a 16 Wall. 630, Crapo u. Kelly. 

MORGAN, PEETE v. See Peete i;. Morgan. 
MORGAN V. RAILROAD CO., 9G C. S. 716. 

Dedications, a | a 97 U. S. 696, Rich w.RockWand. 

MORGAN V. RIENTZEL, 7 Cr. 873. 

Xote ; suit on ; proUnction of. a\a 10 P. ,320. Roach v. \\\\\\\v'<. 



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MOKGAN V. THOKNHTLI,, 11 -WaU, 

Supreme Court ; bankruptcy; su- 
pervisory jurisclictioii of Circuit 
Court ^HaZ, a 
Limitation of two 3-ears. 6 
Appeals and writs of error, c 



6S. 

a 12 "Wall. 434, Hall v. Allen. 
6 14 Wall. 431, Smith v. Mason. 
a 15 Wall. 638, Meadu. Thompson, 
c 16 Wall. 267, Ins. CouComstoek. 
a 16 Wall. 555, Marshall v. Knox. 
a 19 Wall. 283, Coit v. Robinson, 
a 20 Wall. 178, Bank v. Cooper. 
a 23 Wall. 160, Sticknev v. Wilt. 
a 23 Wall. 293, Siuidusky w. Bank. 
a 93 U. S. 348, WiswalluCampbell 
a 98 U. S. 23, Glenny «. Langdon 
a 98 U. S. 249, Giflford v. Helms. 



MOKGAIir T. r. S., 14 "WaU. 531. 

Chartei-parties ; marine risks; 
liability of the U. S. in Court of 
Claims, a 
MORGAN, TJ. S. v. See U. S. o. Morgan. 
MORNING UGHT, THE, 3 WaU. 557. 



a 15 Wall. 206, Eeybold v. U. S. 



fault : dam- 



Collision ; mutual 
ages divided, a 
Inevitable accident. 
Sailing vessels, c 
Signal lights, d 



morrux X. CONE, aa h. sa. 

Agents ; deeds by. a 



a 12 Wall. 43, The Maria Martin. 
6 14 Wall. 215, The Mabey Cooper. 
a 14 Wall. 361, The Continental. 
6 21 Wall. 17, The Lady Pike, 
a 23 Wall. 13, The Clarita. 
a 91 U. S. 215, The Sunnyside. 
c 91 U. S. 702, The Colorado. 
a 92 U. S. 438, The America. 
a 93 U. S. 313, The Atlas. 
d 95 U. S. 610, The Wanata. 
a 102 U. S. 203, The Clara. 

I a 92 U. S. 425, Clements v. Mache- 
bouef. 



MORRIS, BINGHAM v. See Binghom v. Morris. 
MORRIS'S COTTON, 8 WaU. 518. 

Snpreme Court ; reversal where a 23 Wall. 162, Stickney v. Wilt. 
court below was without jurisdic- 
tion, a 

MORRIS, CRANE v. See Orane v. Morris. 
MORRIS, HIRST V. See Dirst u. Morris. 
MORRIS V. HARMER, 7 P. 554. 

Evidence; histories, a 

MORRIS V. NIXON, 1 H. 136. 

Mortgages and sales ; difference ; 
extrinsic evidence to show sale in 
reality a mortgage, a 
MORRIS, U. S. V. See U. S. u. Morris. 
MORRISH, McKINLEY v. See MoKinley v. Morrisli. 
MORRISON, BELI, V. See Bell v. Morrison. 
MORRISON, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Morrison. 
MORROW V. WHITNEY, 95 V. S. 551. 

Land titles ; act of Congress may 1 a 98 U. S. 17, Palmer «. Low 
convey the legal title, a I 



a 14 H. 412, Ennis v. Smith. 

a 12 H. 145, Russell v. Southard. 
a 19 H. 293, Babcock v. Wymaii. 
a 12 Wall. 339, Villa u. Rodriguez. 



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MOESE, INS. CO. V. See Ins. Co. v. Morse. 
MOBSE, O'EEtLIiT v. See O'Eielly v. Morse. 
MORSEIili V. HAXIi, 13 H. 813. 

EiTor; deeisioiis resting on dis- I a 11 Wall. 676, Cook v. Burnley, 
cretiou not generally reviewable, a. | a 14 Wall. 22, Steins v. Franklin. 
MOBTON, BAKER v. See Baker v. Morton. 
MORTON, TAYLOR v. See T.iylor v. Morton. 
MORTON, VAN NORDEN v. See Tan Norden v. Morton. 
MOSES V. MAYOR, 15 TTall. 390. 

Snpreine Court ; final decree, a I 



MOSES TAYLOR, THE, 4 WaU. 434 

Admiralty ; collision on naviga- 
ble river; when jurisdiction exclu- 
sive, a 
Slaritinie liens ; State laws, b 
Maritime contracts; carrying pas- 
sengers, c 
Rights to common-law remedy, d 
U. S. conrts; jurisdiction; when 
exclusive of State courts, e 

When it cannot be affected by 
State legislation. / 



MOSS, BANK TJ. S. V. See Bank V.S.v. Moss. 
MOSS, RIDDLE V. See Riddle v. Moss. 
MOTT, MARTIN v. See Martin •». Mott. 
MOULTRIE CO. V. SAVINGS BANK, 93 U. S. 631 



a 2,3 Wall. 288, Thomas v. Wool- 
dridge. 

a 4 Wall. 562, TheHine&Trevor 
b 7 Wall. 644, Tlie Belfast, 
c 11 Wall. 28, Ins. Co.eDunham 
d 11 Wall. 190, Loon v. Galcerau. 
e 13 Wall. 288, R. R. v. Whittoii 
a 16. Wall. 5,31, S. S. Co.b. Chase. 
/ 20 Wall. 453, Ins. Co. b. Morse. 
6 21 Wall. 556, Edwards e. Elliott 
e 92 U. S. 19, Gaines v. PnenteS. 
« 93 U. S. 137, Claflin v. House- 
man. 
b 93 U. S. 366, Norton w. Switzer. 
a 102 U. S. 119, Schoonmaker v. 
Gilmore. 



Municipal and county bonds ; re- 
citals ; estoppel, a 

Powers of municipal officers to 
subscribe to stock of railroad. 6 



MOUNTZ V. HODGSON, 4 Cr. 334. 

Sup. Court; final judgments, a 

MOVIUS V. ARTHUR, 95 U. S. 144. 

Construction of statutes impos- 
ing duties, a 

General terms. 6 

Designation of articles, c 
MOWRY, INS. CO. V. See Ins. Co. v. Mowiy. 
MOWKY V. WHITNEY, 14 WaU. 639. 



a 93 U. 8. 514, Randolpli v. Post. 
b 9/ U. S. 89, Bates v. Winters. 
a 99 U. S. 682, Orleans v. Piatt. 
6 100 U. S. 594, Cass Co.«. Gillett. 
a 101 U. S. 204, Pompton v. Union 
a 102 U. S. 291, Buchanan v Litch- 
field. 



a 20 H. 555, McCargoB. Chapman. 

a 96 U. S. Ill, Arthur v. Morrison 
b 96 U. S. 127, Arthurs. Stepliani. 
c 102 U. S. 212, Solomon v. Arthur 



Patent law; infringement prof- 
its, a 



a 21 Wall. 228, Littlefleldu. Perry. 
a 92 U. S. 139, Elizabeth v. Pave- 
ment Co. 

<5p» ti ur „" ^'^ ^- ^- °^0' ^- K- Co. V. Sayles. 

See House v. Mullen. ^ 



MULLEN, HOUSE v 

MULLER V. DOWS, 94 U. S. 377. 

subrZde?R"ule'20."'a''""' '° I " '"' ^^ ^- '''^ '"^'^''' ^ N^^^^^' 



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MXTLLHAXL V. KEENAN, 18 Wall. 343. 

Supreme Conit will not review I a 101 U. S. 81, K. R. v. Twombly. 
rulings on now trials, a \ 

MTJ5EFOKD t. WAIlDEIiL, 6 Wall. 435. 



California; Mexican titles; pow- 
er to grant after occupation bj' U. 
S. a" 

Special verdicts. 6 

Title to soil nnder tide water, c 

MUMJIA V. POTOMAC CO., 8 P. 881. 

Corporations; capital stock ; trust 
fund for creditors ; dissolution ; 
debts, a 

Charters ; amendment of ; Con- 
stitution ; obligation of contracts. 6 



a 13 Wall. 3S8, Alexander uRoulet 
b 16 Wall. 387, Ins. Co. v. Piaggio. 
c 18 Wall. 66, Weber v. Harbor. 
c 94 U; S. 394, MeCready v. Virgi- 
nia. 



MUNN T. HXINOIS, 94 V. S. 183. 

Legislative control over rail- 
loads. a 
Mills. 6 
Public warehouses, c 



a 15 H. 305, Curran v. Arkansas, 
a 18 H. 480, Bacon v. Robertson. 
a 7 Wall. 410, R. R. v. Howard. 
b 13 Wall. 214, Penn. College Cas. 
a 21 Wall. 615, Kat. Bank v. Case. 
a 92 U. S. 368, Scammon u. Kim- 
ball. 

a 94 U. S. 161, R. R. Co. v. Iowa. 
a 94 U. S. 176, Peik v. R. R. Co. 
a 94 U. S. 180, R. R. Co. v. Blake. 
6 94 U. S. 314, Burl'ton v. Beasley. 
c 95 U. S. 488, Hall v. De Cuir. 



arCNBOE, DUNIiAP V. See Dunlap v. Munroe. 

MtJNKOE, liKE v. See Lee v. Munroe. 

MXTNSON, EUPKOVEMENT CO. v. See Improvement Go. v. Munson. 

MUKDOCH, Mcdonough v. see MoDonougli V. Murdock. 

MUBDOCK V. MEalPHIS, 20 Wall. 614. 

Supreme Court ; writs of error to 
State courts ; Federal question ; 
acts of 1789 and 1867. a 

MXTKPHT v. STEW^ABX, » H. 363. 

Error; matters lying in discre- 
tion not assignable for error, a | 

MUKPHY, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Murphy, 
MTJBBAY V. BASER, 3 Wt. 641. 

Statute of limitations; "beyond 



a 20 Wall. 644, R. R. Co. v. Md. 
a 21 Wall. 639, Moore v. Miss. 
a 98 U. S. 142, Bank v. B'd Liq'n. 
a 99 U. S. 297, MyrickuTlionipson 

a 14 Wall. 22, Steines v. County. 



MTJBBAY V. CHABiESTON, 96 U. S, 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; power of the State to deduct 
tax on her own obligations; taxa- 
tion of St.ate bonds, a 

MCBEAY V. THE CHAKMING BETSEY, 3 Cr. 115. 



a 11 Wh. 361, Shelby v. Guy. 
a 6 P. 291, Green v. Neal. 
a 97 U. S. 637, Davie v. Briggs. 

433. 

a 102 U. S. 683, Hartman v. Green- 
how. 



Admiralty jurisdiction ; marine 
torts, a 
Prize ; " p robable ca u se . " 6 

MXTEEAY V. GIBSON, 15 H. 431. 

Limitations; at what time statute 
commences to run ; effect of repeal 
of saving clause, a 



a 10 Wli. 484, Manro v. Almeida. 
6 3 Cr. 87, Maley v. Slialtuck. 
b 3 Cr. 499, Sands v. Knox. 

a 17 Wall. 600, Sohn v. Wattorson. 



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MXTKBAY V. HOBOKEN tANB CO. 

Constitution; due process of 
law. a 



, 18 H. 880. 

a 92 U. S. 93, Wallcnor v. Sauv- 

inct. 
a 9G IT. S. 102, Davidson v. N. Or 
a 102 U. S. 594, Springer v. U. S. 

MDBBAT, JUSTICES v. See Justices v. Murray. 

MUKRAT T. lABDNEE, 8 WaU. 118. 



Negotiable paper; rights of bona 
fide holders, a 



a 7 Wall. 733, Texas v. 'White. 
a 9 Wall. 550, Bank v. Eldred 
a 21 Wall. 322, Chambers Co. o. 

Clews. 
a 21 Wall. 358, Hotchkiss v. Bank 
a 94 U. S. 754, Collins u. Gilbert. 
a 99 U. S. 082, Orleans v. Piatt. 
a 101 U. S. 204, Pompton ». Union 
a 101 U. S. 564, Shaw v. R. R. Co. 
See Lovejoy v. Murray. 



MCBBAT, LOVEJOT v 
MUBBAY, MONTAtET v. See Montalet v. Murray. 
aroSCAXINE, BUTZ V. See Butz v. Muscatine. 
MUSCATINE, MEYEB v. See Meyer v. Muscatine. 
aiUSCATINE, WAtKtEY v. See Walkley v. Muscatine. 
MUSSINA V. CAVAZOS, 6 Wall. 357. 



Supreme Court; docketing tran- 
script of record, a 

Writ of error; joinder of pai-ties. b 

Writ of error and appeal; dif- 
ferenc(! between, c 

Bills of exceptions, d 



a 7 Wall. 310, Edmonson ». 
Bloomshire. 

6 12 Wall. 2G1, Germain v. Mason. 

c 20 Wall. 625, Murdock v. Mem- 
phis. 

d 93 U. S. 555, Stanton v. Embrey. 

a 99 U. S. 506, Grigsby w. Purcell. 

MUTUAX ASSUBANCE CO. v. WATTS, 1 Wh. 879. 

«nM w'.T' ""•*^"''^ °* property I a6Wh.'606,Mut.Assur. Society t). 
sold for the premium unpaid, a \ Faxon. 

MUT. BEN. tlFE INS. CO. v. TISDALB, 91 U. S. 844 

and"pfi™es.'' 'a ^""^ °"^^ •""'""' T ''^ ^- ^- ^^^ ^umcs v. Scruggs. 
MYEBS, DUNBAB v. See Dunbar «. Myers. 
MYEBS V. CROFT, 13 WaU. 891. 

to^e'llbeforl'palf nt.°' J''''"™^'"'' | " '' ^""- ^^*' ^'»'»'' "• ^'^-"PO'-'- 

MYEBS V. EENN, 6 Wall. 805. 

Parties to suits ; how made, a | a 94 U. S. 21, ex parte Cuttin-r. 
MYEBS, HARBISON V. See Harrison „. Myers. 
MYEBS, TAYLOR v. See Taylor v. Myers. 

MYEBS, YOBK & CUMB. B. R. v. See York & Oun.b. E. R. „. Myers. 
NAILOR V. WIllIAMS, 8 Wall. 107. 



Error; objections to question 
asked witness; answer must be 
shown by the bill of exceptions, a 



a 101 U. S. 543, Lovell v. Davis. 



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NATHAN V. LOUISIANA, 8 H. 73. 

Coiistitiitioii ; regulation of com- a 8 VViill. 184, Paul v. Virginia, 
mcrce. a ' 6 12 Wall. 218, St. Ton. Tax. Cas. 

Power of States to tax ships. & c 12 Wall. 428, Ward v. Maryland 
General power of taxation, c 6 99 U. 8. 279, Transportation Co 

V. Wheeling. 
a 100 U. S. 95, Trade-Mark Cases, 
c 100 U. S. 499, Kirtland v. Hotch- 
klss. 

NATIONAL BANK v. BCBKHARDT, 100 V. S. 686. 

Instrnctions to the jury, a I a 101 U. S. 200, RecUnagel v. Mtir- 

I piiy- 

NATIONAL BANK v. COMMONWEALTH, 9 Wall. 358. 



National 
States, a 
Shares. 6 
Capital stock 



banks ; taxation by 



a 9 Wall. 477, Lionberger v Rouse 
a 9 Wall. 591, Thompson v. R. R. 
a 18 Wall. 36, R. R. J). Peniston. 
6 18 Wall. 230, Delaware R. R. Tax 
a 94 U. S. 523, Waite v. Dowley. 
c 95 U. 8. 687, Parrington v. Tcnn 
b 101 U. S. 156, Cnmmings v. Bank. 

NATIONAL BANK, CUMMINGS v. See Cummings v. National Bank. 

NATIONAL BANK, GOLD MINING CO. v. See Gold Mining Co. 1;. Nat. Bank. 

NATIONAL BAN^K v. GRAHAM, 100 V. S. 699. 

Corporations; ultra vires; estop- | a 102 tl. S. 420, Daniels u. Teai-ney 
pel. a I 

NATIONAL BAIfK v. LNS. CO., 95 U. S. 6'?3. 

Insurance ; answers to questions ; I a 100 U. S. 617, Ins. Co. v. Grridley 
representations, a \ 

NATIONAL BAJfK T. MATHEWS, 98 U. S. 397. 

Corporations; ultra vires; who 1 a 101 U. S. 396, Whitney wWy man 
can set up violation of charter, a | a 101 U. S. 628, .Jones v. Guar. Co. 

NATIONAL BANK v. MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, 94 U. S. 437. 

Negotiable paper ; interest after I a 100 U. 8. 73, Holden v. Trust Co. 
maturity, a \ 

NATIONAL BANK, OATE3 v. See Dates v. National Bank. 
NATIONAL BANK, PELTON V. See Peltqn v. National Bank. 
NATIONAL BANK, SANDTJSKT v. See Sandusky 1). National Bank. 
NATIONAL BANK v. TEXAS, 30 Wall. 81. 

As.=igument of choses in action ; I a 90 U. S. 196, Dewingu Perdicaries 
assignee takes subject to equities, a \ 

NATIONS V. JOHNSON, 24 H. 203. 

Judgment without notice; juris- a 1 Wall. 233, Baldwin v. Hale, 
diction, a 6 7 Wall. 210, Brown v. Pierce. 

Service by publication. 6 a 9 Wall. 313, Sec. u. McGarrahan 

a 20 Wall. 222, The Lottawanua. 
a 21 Wall. 428, Michaels v. Post. 
a 23 Wall. 136, Ray v. Noseworthy 
a 91 tf. 8. 504, Earle v. McVeigh. 
a 91 U. S. 061, Lamp v. Brass Co. 
a 95 U. 8. 734, Pcnnoyer v. Netf. 

NACMKEAG COTTON CO., BUCKLEY v. See Bnokley 0. Naumkeag Cot. Co. 
NAYLOB, GRANT v. See Grant v. Naylor. 



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NEDL, BANK OF PITTSBURG v. See Bank of Pittsburg v. Neil. 
NBAI. V. CLARK, 95 U. S. 704. 

Biinkraptcy; discliai-ge ; fniud. a | o 99 U. S. 7, Wolf v. Stix. 
NEAl, GREEN" v. See Green v. Neal. 
NEBRASKA v. CAMPBELl, S Bl. 590. 

Municival corporations; liiibility I a 91 U. S. 551, Barnes v. Dist. Col. 
foi" negligi'ncc. a | 

NEFF, CORBETT v. See Corbett v. Neff. 
NEFF, PENNOTER v. See Pennoyer v. Neff. 
NEH. V. OHIO, 3 H. 780. 

Post-ro!ids; compact between the | a 12 H. 296, Achison v. Huddesoii. 
U. S. and certain States, a 



a 14 H. 496, Webster v. Coopei-. 
6 G Wall. 471, Doe v. Con.sedine. 
e 8 Wall. 665, Magwire v. 'I'yler. 
c 13 Wall. 263, Klinger i'. Missouri. 
c 17 Wall. 280, Tyler v. Magwire. 



NEILSON T. lAGOW, IS H. 118. 

Wills; trustees; when legal es- 
tate vests in the beneficiaries, a 

Naturi' of estate of trustee. 6 

Supreme Court; writ of error to 
State coiii-t; Federal qnestion. c 

NELEIGH, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Neleigh. 

NELSON T. CARLAND, 1 H. 365. 

Bankrupt act of 1S41; appeals to I a 13 H. 11, Crawford v. Points. 
Supreme Court, a \ 

NELSON, DEAN V. See Dean v. Nelson. 
NELSON, FOSTER v. See Fos-ter v. Nelson. 
NELSON V. HILL, 5 H. 131. 

' Partnership ; creditors, a | a 92 U. S. 622, Lewis v. U. S. 

NELSON V. LELAND, 88 H. 48. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; process I a 1 Bl. 581, The Commerce. 
'» ''em. a | a 9 Wall. 457, The Maggie Ham'ond 

NEREIDE, THE, 9 Cr. 388. 

Prize ; liability of cargo to cap- I a S Wh. 415, The Atalanta. 
ture as enemy's property, a \ 

NESBIT, BALTIMORE & S. R. R. CO. v. See Baltimore & S. E. E. v. Nesbit. 
NESMITH V. SHELDON, 6 H. 43. 



Certificates of 
forma, a 



division ; 



pro 



NESMITH V. SHELDON, 7 H. 818. 

U. S. courts ; obligatory force of 
State decisions, a 



a 7 H. 190, U. S. v. Chicago. 
a 10 IT. 55, Webster v. Cooper. 
a 18 H. 566, Dennistownv. Stewart 
a 3 Wall. 256, Daniels v. R. R. Co. 



a 11 H. 317, Van Rensselaer v. 

Kearney. 
a 2 Bl. 603, Lefflngwellw Warren 
a 100 U. S. 62, Fairfield v. Gallatin 

NEVADA, CRANDELL V. See Crandell d. Nevada. 

NEVES V. SCOTT, 9 H. 870. 



JIarriage settlements, a 



a 13 H. 270, TSTeves v. Scott. 

a 9 Wall. 753, Walker v. Walker. 

a 21 Wall. 196, Adams v. Adams. 



NEVES V. SCOTT, 13 H. 870. 

U.S. courts; equity iurlsdictlon. a | a 2 Bl. 509, Noonan v. Lee 



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NEW AXBANY v. BUBKE, 11 Wall. 96. 

Corporations; capital Steele trust I a 17 Wall. 620, Sawyer v. Hoag. 
fund for creditors, a I 

NEWAtli, NORTON v. See Norton ■». Newall. 
NEWBE»BT, AUjEN v. See Allen v. Newberry. 
NBWBOI.D, aiAXWEIiL v. See Maxwell v. Newbold. 
NEWBI-Ii T. NORTON, 3 Wall. 366. 



a 6 Wall. 233, The Hypotlame. 
6 Vl Wall. 417, Thorp «. Hammond 



OoUision ; appeal to Supreme 
Court not encoinaged. a 

Admiralty; tort; decree against 
one of several respondents. 6 
NEW ENG. BANK, BANK OF MET. v. See Bank of Met. u. NewEng. Bank. 
NEW ENGIiAND INS. CO. v. THE SARAH ANN, 13 P. 387. 

Admiralty ; petitory actions, a I o 18 H. 267, Ward v. Peck. 

Master; power 'to sell his ship. 6 | 6 6 Wall. 26, The Amelie. 
NEW ENG. INS. CO., HAZARD v. See Hazard u. New Eng. Marine Ins. Co. 
NEW ENGLAND SCREW CO., BLIVEN v. See Bliven d. New Eng. Screw Co 
NEWHALIi V. SANGER, 93 C S. 761. 

Land grants to railroads; what | a 93 U. S. 564, Hiiffw. Doyle, 
are " public lands." a | a 99 U. S. 387, Ryan v. R. R. Co. 

NEW HAVEN, SOCIETY, &c., v. See Society, &c., u. New Haven. 
NEW JERSEY V. NEW YORK, 5 P. 891, 



Supreme Court; suits between 
States, a 
Original jurisdiction. 6 



a 6 P. 323, New Jersey v. N. Y. 
a 17 H. 490, Florida v. Georgia. 
a 24 H. 95, Kentucky u. Dennison 
6 1 Wall. 252, ex parte Vallandi- 
gham. 

NEW JERSEY T. YARD, 95 TJ. S. 104. 

Constitution; obligation of con- I a 95 U. S. 685, Farringtonu.Tenn. 
tracts; exemption from taxation, a | as 96 U. S. 511, R. E. Co. v. Maine. 
NEW JERSEY CO., DEN v. See Den d. New Jersey Co. 
NEW JERSEY STEAM NAV. CO. v. MERCHANTS' BANK, 6 H. 34*. 



Ad m iralty i urisdiction . a 
Corporations ; liability for act of 
agents. 6 

When principal can maintain an 
action on written contract made by 
agent without disclosing name of 
principal, c 

Carriers; liability for loss by 
fire, d 
Stipulations limiting liability, e 
Burden of proof to show knowl- 
edge of such limitations, f 



a 5 H. 4.51, Waring v. Clarke. 

6 18 H. 480, Bacon «. Robertson. 

619 H. 313. Garrison b. Ins. Co. 
a 21 H. 246, Allen v. ISTewberrj'. 
c 21 H. 289, Ford v. Williams. 

a 23 H. 492, Morewoodw. Enreqnist 
d 24 H. 38, Moore v Am. Trans. Co 
6 1 Wall. 241, Baldwin h. Bank. 
e 3 Wall. 112, York Co. v. R. E. 
d 3 Wall. 152, Walker u Trans. Co 
c 5 Wall. 704, Nash u. Towne. 
a 7 Wall. 638, The Belfast, 
all Wall. 27, Ins. Co. v. Dunham 
/12 Wall. 85. R. R. Co. v. Harris, 
c 16 Wall. 329, R. R. Co. w. Mass. 
e 17 Wall. 360, R. R. v. Lockwood 
a 18 AVall. 304, Atkins v. Disinte- 
grating Co. 
e 22 Wall. 134, R. R. Co. w. Pratt. 
e 93 U. S. 188, Bank v. Express Co 
e 94 U. S. 130, Munn v. Illinois. 



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NEW JERSEY v. WII/SON, 7 Cr. 164. 

Supreme Court; original juris- a 6 P. 691, IT. S. d. Arrfdontlo. 

diction ; suits between States, a a 12 P. 714, Eliode Island «. Mass. 

Constitution ; exemption from 6 16 P. 284, Arnistrono; v. Alliens. 

taxation ; obligation of contr.icts. 6 h 6 H. 332, Planters' B'ls u. Sliaip 

Incorporations and grants by b 16 H. 376, Bank of Ohio v. Knoop 

States; contracts, c h 1 Bl. 442, Jefferson Bunk uSkelly 

6 4 Wall. 550, Van Hoffman v'. 

Qniucv. 
6 8 Wall. 438, Home.&c.',!;. Rouse 
h 13 Wall. 376. Salt Co. v. East 

Saginaw. 
6 15 Wall. 458, Toralinson v Jessup 
c 16 Wall. 232, Davis v. Gray. 
'6 21 Wall. 498, R. R. Co. w.'Penii. 
6 22 Wall. 573, Tucker v. Fergn?on 
b 93 LT. S. 223, Morgan o Louisiana 

NEWMAN, EX PAKTE, 14 Wall. 158. 

Supreme Court: mandamus, a | a 101 U. S. 720, ex parte R. R. Co. 
NEW ORLEANS, BEAUREGARD v. See Beauregard v. New Orleans. 
NEW ORI-EANS, CANNON v. See Cannon «. New Orleans. 
NEW ORLEANS T. CLARK, 95 U. S. 644. 

Municipal corporations; legisla- 
tive control ; annexation ; debts, a 

NEW ORLEANS v. DE ARMAS, 9 P. 

Writs of error to State courts 



Federal question, a 



I a 100 U. S. 534, Mt. Pleasant v. 
\ Beckvvith. 

834. 

a 10 P. 391, Crowell v. Randell. 

a 3 H. 704, McDonough v. Millan- 
don. 

NEW ORLEANS, EOUVERGNE v. See Fouvergne «. New Orleans. 
NEW ORLEANS, GAINES v. See Gaines u. New Orleans. 
NEW ORLEANS V. STEAMSHIP CO., 80 Wall. 38'?. 

Supreme Court ; proceeding for I a 102 U. S. 122, Hayes v. Fischer 
contempt ; review of. a | 

NEW ORLEANS v. U. S., 10 P. 710. 

Louisiana ; purchase of. a o 12 P. 427, Strotlier u. Lucas. 

Trespasser ; adverse possession, b 6 16 P. 51, Watkins v. Holman. 
Dedication to public uses, c c 9 H. 25, Irwin v Nixiou 

Accretion, d c 14 H. 271, University v. Indiana. 

Patents ; how far conclusive, e d 10 Wall. 116, Schools v. Risley. 

e 18 Wall. 117, Best v. Polk. 

d 23 Wall. 68, St. Clair «. Lov'stou 

90. 

I a 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 

1 a 6 Wall. 287, Barney u. Baltimore. 

t. See U. S. 11. New Orleans E. R. 

66. 

a 9 Wall. 516, Washington v. The 
Gregory. 

a 93 U. S. 319, The Atlas. 

b 94 U. S. 497, The Margaret. 



NEW ORLEANS v. WINTER, 1 WU, 

Citizen of a Territory not a citi- 
zen of a " State." a 

NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD, U. S. 
NEW PHILADELPHIA, THE, 1 Bl. 

Carriers ; liability of both collid- 
ing ships for injury by collision, a 
I'ugs. 6 

NBW^SOM V. PR*OB, 7 Wh. 10. 

Surveys and grants; what calls 



a 21 H. 321. Brown v. Hunger. 
a 5 Wall. 836, Higueras v. U. S. 
a 23 Wall. 02, St.ClairD.Lov'ston 



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NEWTON, CAMMETER v. See Oammeyer v. Newton. 
NEWTON, INS. CO. v. See Ins. Co. v. Newton. 



NEWTON V. STEBBINS, 10 H. 606. 

Collision ; steam vessels ; rate of I 
{^peed. a \ 



a 18 H. 90, McCreadyt). Goldsmith- 
a 91 U. S. 701, The Colorado. 



NEW WOKID, THE, V. KING, 16 H. 469. 



Admiralty; jurisdiction of collis- 
ion on navigiible rivers, a 

Common carriers ; carriage ol 
passengers by steam ; negligence- b 



a 20 H. 297, Jackson v. Magnolia. 
6 17 Wall. 375, R. E. u. Lockwood 
6 91 U. S. 494, MilwaukeeR.B.u. 

6 93 U. S. 296, Ind. E. e! v. Horst 
b 102 U. S. 455, Peun. Co. ». Eoy. 



NEW TOBK, BANK OF COMM. v. ' See Bank of Commerce i). New York. 
NEW YORK V. CONNECTICUT, 4 Dall. 3. 



Supreme Court U. S.; suits be- 
tween States, a 
Judicial and political questions, b 



a 1 P. 110, Georgia v. Madrazo. 
a 5 P. 284, New Jersey v. N. Y. 
6 6 Wall. 73, Georgia v. Stanton. 



NEW YORK, IMAYOR OF, HENDERSON v. See Henderson v. Mayor. 
NEW YORK T. aHLN, 11 P. 102. 

Constitution ; _poZJce power; com- 
merce ; regulations of. a 



14 P. 561, Holmes v. Jennison. 

15 P. 508, Groves v. Slaughter. 
5H. 573, License Cases. (Opin. 

Taney, Ch. J.) 
7H. 392, Pas'ger Cases. (Opin. 
McLean, J.) 
14 H. 572, Veazie v. Moore. 
3 Wall. 725, Gilmon v. Phila. 
12 Wall. 216. St. Ton. Tax Cas. 

16 Wall. 63, Slaughter-H o ii s e 
Cases. 

92 TJ. S. 265, Hend'son v Ma3-or 

92 U. S. 552, tr. S.wCruikshank 

a 100 U. S. 678, Mach. Co. v. Gage. 

NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY v. See New Jersey v. New York. 
NEW YORK, OSWAI/D v. See Oswald v. New York. 
NEW YORK, THE, v. RAB, 18 H. 384. 

' Collision ; lookouts, a a 3 Wall. 273, The Ottowa, 



Tugs ; liability. 6 



9 Wall. 671, The Quickstep. 
a 91 U. S. 209, The Sunnyside. 



98 TJ. S. 887. 

a 93 U. S. 589, V. S. v. Thomp.son. 
a 98 U. S. 333, Bank ». McVeigh. 



NEW YORK INS. CO. v. HENBREN, 

Supremie Court; writ of cri-or 
to State courts ; Federal questions 
growing out of the civil war. a 

STATHAM, 93 U. S. 84. 

a 95 U. S. 428, Ins. Co. v. Davis. 
a 96 U. S. 243, Ins. Co. v. Norton. 
a 96 U. S. 580, Ins. Co.«Egglestou 



CO. 



NEW YORK LIFE INS. 

War; effect on niutyal life insur- 
ance policies; result of failure to 
pay the premium ; forfeitures, a 



NEW YORK S. S. CO., UN. S. S. CO. v. See Union S. S. Co. v. N. Y. S. S. Co. 
NEW YORK & B. B. R., WINANS v. See Winans v. New York & Erie R. E. 



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NEW YOKK & nv. S. S. CO. V. BUMBAU:., 21 H. 384. 



Collision ; steamer and sailing 
vessels ; rules of navigation, a 



a 22 H. 472, Trans. Co. v. Phil, and 

Sav. S. Nav. Co. 
a 4 'Wall. 512, Bentley v. Coyne. 
a 7 Wall. 201, The Grace Girdler. 
a 7 Wall. 663, The Nicholls. 
a 8 Wall. 306, The Carroll. 
a 8 Wall. 592, The Potomac. 
a 9 Wall. 153, The Johnson. 
a 9 Wall. 422, The Fairbanks. 
a 14 Wall. 276, The Cayuga. 
a 19 Wall. 52, The Wenona. 
a 23 Wall. 181, The Sea Gull. 
a 91 U. S. 218, The Snnnyside. 
a 94 U. S. 603. The Stephen Mor- 
gan. 

NEW TOKK AND TIBGINIA 8. B. CO. v. CAXDEBWOOD, 19 H. 245. 



Admiralty ; jurisdiction of collis- 
ion on navigable rivers, a 

Collision with vessel at anchor. 6 
NIAGARA V. CORDES, 81 H. 26. 

Common carriers ; ships ; liabil- 
ity for loss of goods, a 

Perils of the sea; common car- 
rier cannot by stipulation relieve 
himself from loss by negligence, b 

Ship-owners ; liability for injury 
occasioned bj' collision, c 



a 20 H. 297, Jackson v. Magnolia. 
b 23 Wall. 14, The Clarita. 



a 1 Wall. 51, Com'der-in-Chief. 
a 3 Wall. 369, McAndrews v. 

Thatcher. 
a 8 Wall. 385, The Baltimore. 
a 9 Wall. 459, The Mag. Ham'ond 
6 9 Wall. 685, The Portsmouth. 
a 21 Wall. 15, The Lady Pike, 
c 95 U. S. 605, The Wanata. 
a 98 U. S. 480, K. K. Co. » Varnell 



NICHOI., rCRMAN V. See Furman v. Nichol. 
NlCHOIiAT, BBEEDI'OVE v. See Breedlove v. Nicholay. 
NICHOIiAT, HENBT CO. v. See Henry Co. v. Nicholay. 
NICHOI-t, CONARD v. See Conard v. NichoU. 
NICHOMi, U. S. V. See U. S. •». Nicholl. 
NICHOitS V. EATON, 91 TJ. S. 716. 

Bankruptc3' ; bequest of pi-operty 
with a condition that on bankrupt- 
cy the interest should cease, o. 

NICHOIXS V. FEARSON, 7 P. 106. 

Usury, a 



a 94 TT. S. 526, Hyde ». Woods. 



a 13 P. 350, Moncnre v. Dcrmott. 
a 18 Wall. 886, Tiffany ». Boats- 
man's Inst. 

NICHOI.I.S T. HODGES, 1 P. 566. 

Orphans' Court; allowances, a | a 8 H. 411, West v. Smith. 
NICHOLAS, MrLlEB v. See Miller v. Nloholls. 
NICHOIXS V. WEBB, 8 Wh. 326. 

Negotiable paper ; foreign bills ; I a 10 P. 582, Dickens v. Beall. 
evidence of demand and protest, a | a 18 Wall. 541, Chaffee v. U. S. 

NICHOtS, THE, 7 Wall. 664. 

Collision; sailing vessels and I a 23 Wall. 75, The Dexter. 

I a 91 U. S. 204, The Free State, 



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NICHOI-S V. LEVY, 5 TVaU. 433. 

U. S. courts; when they follow I a 102 U. S. 655, Barrett «. Holmes, 
the decisions of the State courts, a | 

JSICHOI-S, SMITH V. See Smltli v. Nichols. 
NICHOI.S V. tJ. S., 7 WalL 188. 



U. S. ; not responsible for laches 
and torts of oflficers. a 

Suit against collectors to recover 
back taxes, h 



a 8 Wall. 275, Gibbons c. U. S. 

6 10 Wall. 444, Kimball v. CoU'r. 

h 10 Wall. 552, Ballimoie u. R. R. 

h 12 Wall. 15, CoU'r J). Hnbbanl. 

b 92 U. S. 88, Cheatham v. U. S. 

h 92 U. S. 614, State R. R. Tax 

6 96 U. S. 569, U. S. v. Kaufman. 
a. 101 U. S. 345, Langford v. U. S. 

KICHOI.SON, DE SOBKT v. See De Sobry v. Nicholson. 
NICHOLSON, GAINES t. See Gaines v. Nicholson. 
JflCHOIiSON, OSBORNE v. See Osborne v. Nicholson. 
NICHOI.SON", PATXON v. See Patton i). Nicholson. 
NICHOISON PAV. CO. v. JENKINS, 14 TTaU. 453. 

Patent law; assignments, a | a 98 U. t>. 553, Heiidrie ». Sayles. 
NIXON, ASPDBN V. See Aspden v. Nixon. 
NIXON, HAKKISON v. Sec Harrison v. Nixon. 
NIXON, MOKKIS T. See Morris v. Nixon. 
NIXON, PACKEK v. See Packer v. Nixon. 
NOBLE, KOBINSON v. See Eobinson v. Noble. 
NOE, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Noe. 
NOONAN T. BBABtEY, 9 Wall. 399. 

Administrator; right in other i a 12 Wall. 126, KToonanw. Bradley. 
States, a | 

NOONAN V. BKADXEY, 13 WalL 139. 



Supreme Court ; mandates, a 
Power of court below to amend 
judgment after wiit of error. & 

NOONAN T. LEE, 8 Bl. 499. 

Equity practice of U. S. courts, a 
How fraud must be alleged, h 
Mortgages; stipulation that in 
case of default whole debt sliall be- 
come due. c 

Deeds; covenants; warranty; 
eviction, d 



a 17 Wall. 285, Tyler v. Magwire. 
b 21 Wall. 552, Edwards w. Elliott. 



a 1 Wall. 77, Orchard v. Hughes. 

a 12 Wall. 125, Noonan v. Bradley. 

b 16 Wall. 29, Voorhees v. Bone- 
steel. 

c 17 Wall. 62, Olcotfc v. Bynum. 

a 18 Wall. 652, Hornbuckle v. 
Toombs. 

d98 U. S. 59, Peters ». Bowman. 



NOEEIS, BKOOKS v. See Brooks v. Norris. 



NOKKIS V. CROCKER, 13 H. 439. 

Statutes prescribing different 
penalties; repeal by implication, a 

When repeal takes away jurisdic- 
tion; pending cases, b ■. 



a 17 H. 90, U. S. v. Packages. 
b 5 Wall, 544, Ins. Co. v. Ritchie. 
6 7 Wall. 514, ex^arfeMcCardle. 
b 9 Wall. 575, Assessor v. Osborii. 
a 11 Wall. 93, U. S. v. Tynen. 
a 97 U. S. 552, U. S. v. Claflln. 
b 98 U. S. 401, E. R. Co. ». Grant. 



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NORBIS V. JACKSON, » "WaU. 1S7. 

U. S. courts; trial without jury; 
fluding of facts ; review by Supreme 
Court ; act of 1865 (13 St. 501). a 

Bills of exceptions. 6 



a 9 Wall. 251, Barney wSchmeider 
a 12 Wall. 301, Miller v. Ins. Co. 
& ir Wall. 411, Eeed i>. Gardner. 
a 18 Wall. 248, Ins. Co. v. Folsotn. 
a 21 Wall. 160, Ins. Co. v. Sea. 
a 21 Wall. 307, Jennisons v. Leon- 
ard. 
a 92 U. S. 473, Tyng b. Grinnell. 
a 93 U. S. 81, Eyan v. Carter. 
a 94 U. S. 798, Melendv v. Rice. 
a 98 U. S. 443, The Abbotsford. 
See Tool Co. v. Norris. 
See 'Williams ^. Norris. 



See Houseman v. The N. Carolina. 



NOKBIS, TOOL CO. t. 

NOEBIS, TVZLLIAMS v, 

NOBTH CABOLINA, THE, HOUSEMAN T 

NOBTHEBN BEI.I.E, THE, 9 TTall. 586. 

Wharfage; canal boats and tugs, a [ a 95 U. S. 74, exparte The Easton. 

NOETHEBN IND. B. K. T. MICH. CEN. K. B. CO., 15 H. 333. 

U. S. courts; absent parties, a ) a 6 Wall. 286, Barney K.Baltimore. 

NOETHEBN RAILEOAD v. PEOPLE, 13 WaU. 388. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to I a 16 Wall. 352, Mai-queze v. Bloom. 
State court; Federal question, a \ 

NOBTHEBNER, THE, v. THE BESOLUTE. See Eesolute «. Nortliemer. 

NOBTHUP, VAUGHAN v. See Yaughan v. Northup. 

NOBTON, GBAHAM v. See Graham i>. Nortoa. 

NORTON, INS. CO. v. See Ins. Co. v. Norton. 

NOBTON, MEADEB v. See Meader v. Norton. 

NOETON, NE"WEUL, v. See NeweU V. Norton. 

NORTON, U. S. V. See U. S. ■«. Norton. 

NORTON, WARNER v. See Warren v. Norton. 

NORWOOD, OWENS v. See Owens v. Norwooti. 

NOUBSE, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Nonrse. 

NUDD V. BUBROWS, 91 U. S. 441. 



U.S. courts; practice and pi-o- 
cedure to conform to that of the 
State courts; act of 1872 (17 Stat. 
197). a 

Charge to jury. 6 

NUGENT M. BOYD, 3 H. 426. 

Bankruptcy ; mortgages, a 
Jurisdiction of District Court. 6 
Assignees; suits in State courts. <; 

NUGENT T. SUPERVISORS, 19 Wall. 841, 

_ Municipal and county bonds in 
aid of railroads ; subscriptions ; ef- 
fect of consolidation, a 



a 93 U. S. 299, Ind. R. R. v. Hoi-st. 
6 95 U. S. 166, Con. Im.Co. v. Stead 
a 97 U. S. 584, Newcomb v. Wood; 
b 97 U. S. 696, Ruchu. Rock Island. 



a 6 H. 506, Houston v. City Bank. 
6 23 Wall. 1.34, Rayu Nosewortliy. 
c 93 U. S. 135, Clafliiiu Houseman 



a 92 U.S. 635, Moultrie v. Sav. Bank 
a 94 U.S. 803, E. Lincoln v. Daven- 
port. 
a 97 U.S. 89, Bates Co. v. Winters. 

NYE, MATTINGLT v. See Mattingly „. Nye 

NTE, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Nye. 

OAKEY V. BENNETT, 11 H. 44. 

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OAKXEY, BAJSTK OF COLUMBIA v. See Bank of Columbia v. Oakley. 
GATES T. XATIONAt BANK, 100 U. S. 839. 



a 102 U. S. 31, R.K. Co.a.Nat.B'k 



Negotiable paper; bona-flde hold- 
ers fm- value hi usual course of trade; 
coUatei-al security for antecedent 
debt ; U. S. courts not bound by 
State decisions on qitestions of gen- 
eral law. a 

O'BKIEN V. PERRY, 1 Bl. 115. 

Laud olHcers ; when jurisdiction | a 1 Wall. 115, Minnesota v. Bacliel- 
final. a \ der. 

OCEAN rNS. CO. T. POltETS, 13 P. 157. 

Supreme Conrt ; writ of error to I a 19 H. 376, Mich. Can. E.JJ.J3o^ v 
State court ; Federal question, a \ 

O'CONNEK, COOIiET v. See Cooley v. O'Connor, 
OCTAVIA, THE, 1 Wh. 84. 

Admiralty jurisdiction, a 

O'DOWB V. RUSSEI-L, 14 Wall. 405 

Supreme Court ; supersedeas, a 



Mich. Sou. R.R. Co. 



a 7 Wall. 638, The Belfast. 



Writs of error; joinder of parties; 
severance, b 

OEI-BICKS V. FOKD, 23 H. 63. 

Agency ; parol evidence, u. 



a 19 Wall. 664, Board of Clom'rs v. 

Gorman. 
b 20 Wall. 158, Simpson u. Greeley. 

a 5 Wall. 704, JTasli v. Towne. 
a 14 Wall. 603, The Delaware. 

OGDEN T. BLACKIEDGB, a Cr. 873. 

State I/Cgislatures ; judicial func- i a 2 P. 407, Satterlee v. Matthewson. 
tions. a I 

OGDEN, FITZSrStMONS v. See Fitzsimmons v. Ogden. 
OGDEX, GIBBONS V. See Gibbons v. Ogden. 
OGDEN, GORDON v. See Gordon v. Ogden, 
OGDEN V. PARSONS, 83 H. 168. 

Evidence ; experts, a 

OGDEN V. SAUNDERS, 13 Wli. 813, 

State insolvent laws; constitu- 
tionality of; obligation of con- 
tracts, a 

Ex post f icto and retrospective 
laws, b 

Police power of the States, c 

Assignment under foreign bank- 
rupt law ; will not prevail against 
attachment in U. S. d 

Negotiable paper ; indorsers. e 



I a 99 U. S. 658, Spring Co. v. Edgar. 

a P. 348, Boyle v. Zacharie. 
6 8 P. 108, Watson v. Mercer, 
ffl 9 P. 355, Beers v. Haughtou. 
c 11 P. 130, New York v. Miln. 
a 14 P. 72, Suydam v. Broadnax. 
a 5 H. 307, Cook v. Moffat. 
a 6 n. 318, Plant. Bank v. Sharp. 
b 10 H. 396, Bait. & Susq. K. E. Co. 

V. Nesbit. 
d 17 H. 337, Booth v. Clark. 
a ] Wall. 209, Baldwin v. Hale. 
a 1 AVall. 239, Baldwin v. Bank. 
a 4 Wall. 550, Van Hoffman v. 

Quincy. 
a 15 Wall. 326, State Tax Foreign 

Held Bonds. 
d 16 Wall. 627, Crapo v. Kelly. 
e 22 Wall. .589, Koss v. Jones. 

OGILVIE V. KNOX INS. CO., 18 H. 579. 



Certificates of division, a 



a 3 Wall. 256, Daniels v. R. R. Co. 



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OGIXVIB T. KNOX INS. CO., »» H. 

Corporations; liability of stock- 
holders for unpaid calls, a 
Parties to suits ; how made, b 
Personal liability of stockhold- 



O6I.I: V. IBB, a Cr. 33. 

Certiiieates of division, a 

O'HAKA T. V. S., 15 P. 876. 

Florida land titles, a 
Incomplete titles. 6 

OHIO, FOX V. See Fox v. OMo. 



380. 

a 2B1, 

a 91 U. 

6 94 U. 

6 95 U. 

a 95 U. S. 668, Chubb v. Upton. 

c 101 U. S. 210, Hatch v. Dana. 



540, Ogrilvie v. Ins. Co. 
S. 48, Upton cTrebiloock 
S. 21, cK^arfe Cutting. 
S. 636, Terry v. Anderson 



a 2 Bl. 434, Ward v. Chamberlain. 
a 3 Wall. 255, Daniels v. K. E. Co. 

a 16 P. 155, U. S. V. Miranda. 
6 3 H. 784, U. S. ». Kin^. 
6 11 H. 124, Lecompte j». U. S. 



OHIO, 
OHIO 



FKANKtlN BANK v. See Franklin Bank v. Ohio. 
F. MAKCT, 18 WaU. 553. 



Sup. Court : objections must first 
be taken in court below, a 

Findings of facts; trial without 
jury. 6 

OHIO, NEIL V. See Nell v. Ohio. 
OHIO, SHIELDS t. See Shields u. Ohio. 
OHIO, THE, XJDALL t. See Udall v. The Ohio. 
OHIO MFE & TKCST CO. V. DBBOLT, 16 H. 



a 20 Wall. 418, Mays ». Pritton. 
6 21 Wall. 161, Ins. Co. b. Sea. 



435. 



Corporations ; grants to, con- 
strued in favor of tlie public, a 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tract ; cannot be impaired by sub- 
sequent legislation or decisions. 6 

Exemption from taxation, c 

U. S. courts ; jurisdiction where 
a State is interested in the suit; 
court wUl not look beyond the rec- 
ord, d 

Judicial notice, e 

OHIO & MISSISSIPPI B. B. CO. v. TFHBEI.EE, 1 Bl. 297. 



1 Bl. 380, Eice v. E. K. Co. 
1 Willi. 206, GelpckeuDubuque 
8 WaU. 438, Home,&c.,»Eonse 
13 Wall. 376, Salt Co. v. East 
Saginaw. 
221, Davis v. Gray. 
61, E. E. V. Maguire. 
43, Brown v. Piper. 
6 101 U. S. 686, Douglas u Pike Co. 



16 Wall. 
20 Wall. 
91 U. S. 



U. S. courts ; citizenship of cor- 
porations, a 



O'KEEFE, U. S. V. See U. S. i). O'Keefe. 
OI-COTT V. BTNTIM, 17 TTaU. 66. 

U. S. courts ; when bound by the 
decisions of the State courts, a 

Mortgages ; power to sell. 6 

U. S. courts ; administer the law 
of the State, c 

What the mortgage covers, d 

Surplus after sale, e 

Sale as an entirety, f 



a 8 Wall. 178, Paul v. Virginia. 
a 11 Wall. 216, Ins. Co. v. Francis. 
a 12 Wall. 82, R. E. Co. v. Harris. 
a 13 Wall. 283, E. E. v. Whitton. 
a 18 Wall. 575, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 
a 20 Wall. 454, Ills. Co. v. Morse. 



a 


91 U. 


S 


b 


92 U. 


S 


a 


94 U. 


S 


c 


96 U. 


S 


a 


97 U. 


S 


d 


97 U. 


S 


e 


98 U. 


S 


c 


98 U. 


S 


d 101 U. 


S 


/102 U. 


S 



485, Lloyd v. Fulton. 
151, Markey u.Langley 
770, Lippincott v. Mit- 
chell. 
635, Brine v. Ins. Co. 
277, Macou Co. v Siiores 
453, Hill V. Nat. Bank. 
54, Kesner v. Trigg. 
244, Slaughter v. Glenn 
288, Jeffrey v. Moran. 
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OrCOTT V. SUPERVISORS, 16 Wall 

Municiptil aid to railroads; power 
of Legislature to autliorize. a 

U. S. courts ; when bound b}' de- 
cisions of tlif> State courts. 6 

Taxation lor private object, c 

Kecitals In the bonds; conditions; 
estoppel ; bona-tide holders, d 

OLIVER V. AXBXANDER, 6 P. 143. 

Admiralty; joint and several de- 
crees; appeals to Supreme Court; 
amount in dispute, a 



OUVER, GILl V. See G-ill v. Oliver. 



678. 

a 19 Wall. 91, Queensbiiryt;. Cul- 
ver. 
6 19 Wall. 678, Pine Grove v. Tal- 

cott. 
c 20 Wall. 662, Loan As. v Topeka 
d 94 U. S. 204, Cora'rs w. January 
b 94 U. S. 642, Com'rs v. Thayer. 
6 100U. S. 52, Fairfield u Gallatin 



a 11 H. 525, Spear ». Place. 
a 12 H. 352, Rich u. Lambert. 
a 17 H. 4, Sliields v. Thomas. 
a 5 Wall. 210, Seaveru. Bigelow. 
a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill v. Pettv. 
o 100 U. S. 148, Paving v. Muliord 



OI.IVER V. MARTLAiTD INS. CO., 1 Cr. 487. 

Marine insurance ; deviations, a | a 12 Wh. ,383, Ins. Co. v. Catlett. 



OtrVTER -v. PIATT, 3 H. 333. 

When iigent cannot acquire in- 
terest in subject-matter of agency 
adverse to hi.s principal, a 

Equitable title. 6 

Trust fund ; wlien it can be fol- 
lowed, c 

Bona-fide purchasers, d 



a 4 H. 552, Michoud v. Girod. 
6 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
c 6 Wall. 316, Clements v. Moore, 
c 9 Wall. 607, ex parte Morris & 

Johnson. 
d 11 Wall. 232, May «. LeOlaii-e. 
rf]2 Wall. 339, Villa v. Rodriguez, 
c 98 U. S. 245, Slaughter!). Glenn. 



OMVER, PIATT V. See Piatt v. Oliver. 
OLIVER, WILLIAMS v. See Williams v. Oliver. 
OLNEY V. THE FALCON, 17 H. 19. 

Supreme Court ; value of matter I a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill u. Petty. 
in dispute, a I 

OLPHERT, MEBKS v. See Meeks v. Olphert. 
OMAHUNDRO, COOPER v. See Cooper v. Omahundro. 
ORCHARD V. HUGHES, 1 Wall. 75. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a a 7 Wall. 346, Thompson w. Dean. 
Territorial courts, b 6 13 Wall. 448, Clinton v. Engle- 

brechdt. 
6 18 Wall. 652, Hornbuoklc v. 

Toomlis. 

ORDWAY, GODDARD T. See G-oddard v. Ordway. 
OREGON, LANE v. Sec Lane v. Oregon. 
OREGON, THE, v. ROCCA, 18 H. 670. 

Collision; steamers and sailing I a 21 H. 384, 8. S. Co. v. Rumball. 
vessels, a I a 22 H. 472, Trans. Co. v. Nav. Co. 



O'REILLT V. EDRINGTON, 96 U. S. 713. 

Supreme Court; supersedeas, a | a 96 U. S. 738, Bank v. Omaha. 



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0'KEIL,L,Y V. MORSE, 15 H. 106. 

Patent law ; Morse's patents for 

telegrapli. a 
Disclaimers. 6 

Sppcifioatioii ; what it covers, c 
Surrender of old and issue of 

new patent, d 
What is patentable,, e • 
Patents for processes, f 



ORLEANS V. PIATT, 99 V. S. 677. 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads; conditions; recitals; estop- 
pel ; bona-fide purchasers, a 



a 15 H. 140, Smith v. Ely. 

6 19 H. 105, Seymour u McCorraick 

c 1 Wall. 576, Burr v. Dnryee. 

d 11 Wall. 545, Seymour v. Os- 
borne. 

e 19 Wall. 392, Mitchell v. Tighl- 
man. 
S. 194, Dunbar v. Myers. 
S. 725, Tilghman «. Proc- 
tor. 



b 94 U. 
/ 102 U. 



a 99 U. 8. 684, Lyons v. Munson. 
a 101 U. S. 204, Pompton v. Union 
a 102 U. S. 290, Buchanan a. Litcli- 
field. 



ORLEANS, THE STEAMBOAT, v. PHOEBUS, 11 P. 175. 



Maritime coniracts ; admiralty 
juri.sdiction ; tide water, a 

Liens by State laws ; when U. S. 
courts will enforce, b 

Disputes between part owners of 
ships, c 

Who have maritime liens, d 



OBLEY, TUCKER v. 



a 5 H. 452, Warino- v. CUivk. 
a 6B. 37S, Navisatiou Co.v Bank 
o 12 IL 450, Gen. Cliief uFitzhuo-h 
a 20 H. 167, Grant v. Poillon. 
6 21 H. 251, Maguire v. Card. 
a 22 H. 131, Roach v. Cliapman. 
c 22 H. 332, Ward v. Thompson. 
6 1 Bl. 529, Tfie St. L.iwrence. 
a 4 Wall. 562, The Hine & Trevor. 
b 13 Wall. 243, ex paHe MciSTeill. 
& 21 Wall. 579. Tlie Lottowanna. 
d 93 U. S. 365, Norton v. Switzer. 
See Tucker v. Orley. 



a 8 Wli. 480, Society D.N. Haven 
a 9 Wh. 489, Huolies ». Edwards 
b 18 H. 236, McKinney i>. Saviego. 
a 100 U. S. 489, Ilauenstein y Lyii- 
Iiam. 

[ a 101 U. S. 375, Phelps ». Harris. 



a 100 U. S. 640, Bank «. Creswell. 



ORB V. HODGSON, 4 Wh. 453. 

Alienage; treaty of peace with 
Giv.'it Britain, a 

Estates of aliens ; when thej- 
vest in the State without inquest. 6 

ORTON V. SMITH, 18 H. 363. 

Equity ; cloud on title, a 
ORTEGA, U. S. V. See U. S. i,. Ortega 
OBVIS V. POWELL, 98 U. S. 176. 

U.S. coHi'ts ; foreclosure of mort- 
gages; rule of decision ; alien.ation 
of property; how lien enforced, a 

OSBOKN, PULLIAM v. See Pulliam v. Osbom. 

OSBOBN, THOMAS v. See Thomas v. Osborn. 

OSBORN V. U. S., 91 U. S. 474. 

P''""''""- « 1 a 95 U. S. 153, Knote t). U. S 

OSBORNE, innHASi V. See Lyman v. Osborne. 
OSBORNE V. MOBILE, 16 Wall. 479. 

Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce ; concurrent powers, a 
Exemption from taxation. 6 



a 17 Wall. 570, R. R. Co. v. Fuller. 
b 20 Wall. 42, Pac. R. v. Mngnirc. 



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OSBOBN V. BANK OF THE U. S., 9 

Bank of the U. S.; right to sue 
in the U. S. courts, a 

Corporation ; liow an appearance 
must be euteretl for. b 

Jurisdiction of U. S. courts ; 
suits by Postmaster-General, c 

Where jurisUiction depends on 
the party, it is tlie party named in 
the record, d 

Powers of the State Legislatures 
when not restrained by the Federal 
Constitution, e 

Jurisdiction in equity. / 

By injunction, g 

Parties ; when proper, h 

When suit must be brought by 
the corporation, i 

Constitution ; powers of the gen- 
eral government cannot be ob- 
structed by State legislation, j 

Writs of error to State court; 
Federal question, k 

State power to tax; investment 
in Federal securities. I 

U. S. courts ; suits between citi- 
zens of different States; jurisdic- 
tion, m 

An unconstitutional law a nul- 
lity, n 

State officers enforcing such a law 
can be sued, o 



9 Wh. 904, U. S. Banlv v. Bank. 
10 Wli. 406, Wash'gton u Young 
12 Wh. 144, P'm.-Gen. W.Early. 

1 P. 118, Georgia v. Madrazo. 
4 P. 559, Piov. Bank v Billings 
7 P. 252, Vattier v. Hinde. 

10 P. 59G, Brent v. Bank of W. 

2 H. 550, K. R. Co. v. Letson. 
9H. 2o, Irwin D. Dixion. 

17 H. 137, Shields v. Barrow. 

18 H. 336, Dodge v. Wol?ey. 
21 H. 592, Barber v. Barber. 

2 Bl. 628, Bank of Com. u. N. Y. 
6 Wall. 253, Mavor v. Cooper. 
6 Wall. 285, Barney v. Balt'me 
6 Wall. 607, Society v. Coit. 

11 Wall. 175, Coal Co. v. Blatch- 
ford. 

m 13 Wall. 67, Rice v. Houston. 

d 16 Wall. 220, Davis v. Gray. 

)■ 18 Wall. 34, R. R. v. Peniston. 

j 91 U. S. 33, Far. Nat. Bank v. 
Dearing. 

n 92 U. S. 541, Board u. McComb. 

a 93 U. S. 135, Claflin v. House- 
man. 

m 96 U. S. 201, Gold Co. v. Keys. 

c 100 U. S. 264, Tennessee v Davis 

j 100 U. S. 543, People v. Weaver. 

100 U. S. 560, Newton v. Com'rs 

k 102 U. S. 141, R. R. Co. v. Miss. 



OSBOBNE V. NICHOLSON, 13 WaU. 548. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- I a 18 Wall. 548, Boyce v. Tabb. 
tracts ; notes for sale of slaves, a | a 92 U. S. 31, Hall v. U. S. 

OSBOKNE, SETMOUB t. See Seymour v. Osborne. 
OSBOBNES, ASSESSOR v. See Assessor v. Osbomes. 
OSIO, XT. S. T. See U. S. v. Oslo. 
OSWAI.D V. NEW YORK, 3 Ball. 415 



Supreme Court; original jurisdic- 
tion ; eleventh amendment Consti- 
tution ; suits against States, a 

OSWEGO, MABCT v. See Marcy v. Oswego 

OTIS T. BACON, 7 Cr. 589 



a 5 P. 284, New Jersey v. N. Y. 
a 24 H. 95, Kentucky v. Dennison 



Embargo acts ; what is a termi- 
nation of a voyage, a 



a 2 Wh. 21, Otis v. Walter. 
a 6 Wh. .583, Otis v. Walter. 
a 11 Wh. 192, Otis v. Walter. 



OTIS, BOSWEIiL V. See Boswell v. Otis 

OTIS V. cuLtoat 9a v. s. 447. 

Negotiable paper; want of con- 
sideration ; recovery back of money 
paid, a 

OTOE, KAHiKOAB CO. v. See Eailroad Co. v. Otoe. 



a 99 U. S. 679, Orleans v. Piatt. 



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OTTOWA, THE, 3 WaU. 868. 

Collision ; steamers and sailing I a 6 Wall. 224, The Hypodame. 
vessels; lookouts, a \ 

OUACHITA COTTON, 6 Wall. 5)81. 

Civil war: licenses to ti-ade. a I a 7 Wall. 556, Coppell u. Hall. 

I a 8 Wall. 167, McKee «. U. S. 

OVERMAN, FARKEB v. Sea Parker i). Orerman. 

OVERTON V. CHEEK, 88 H. 46. 

Sup. Court ; writof error; seal, a | a 6 H. 558, Ins. Co. b. Halloek. 
OWENS, BANK OF THE U. S. v. See Bank of the U. S. o. Owens. 
OWINGS V. HUr.1-, 9 P. 607. 

Evidence ; certified copies of pub- 
lic documents a 

Laws of U. S. ; proof of. h 

Civil law; evidence; protocols, c 

Laws of the States ; judicial no- 
tice. A 

OWINGS V. KINCANNON, 7 P. 399. 

Supreme Court; appeals; joint 
decree, a 



a U P. 344. IT. S. v. Wiggins. 
b 14 H. 41;!. Ennis v. Smith. 
a 17 I-I. 610, Gnfflii v. Reynolds. 
c 21 H. 175, U. S. I'. Sutter. 
d 12 Wall. 229, K. R. Co. v. Banlt. 
c 20 Wall. 284, McPhaulu. Lapsley 



a 12 P. 140, Wilson v. Ins. Co. 
a 16 P. 522, Todd v. Daniel. 
a 20 P. 288, Mussina v. Cavazos. 
a 6 Wall. 362, Mussina i). Cavazos. 
a 10 Wall. 417, Masterdon v. Herii- 

doii. 
a 11 Wall. 87, The Protector. 
a 13 Wall. 188, Hampton v. Eoiise. 
a 20 Wall. 157, Simpson v. Greeley 

■ a 5 P. 2.52, Fisher v. Cockrell. 

a 10 P. 368, Crowell v. Randall. 
: 6 10 H. 322, Henderson v. Tenn. 

b 20 H. 4, Wynn v. Morris. 
\b 1 Bl. 473, Verden !>. Coleman. 
1 6 91 U. S. 113, Long v. Converse. 

a 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 



OWINGS V. NORWOOD, 6 Cr. 344. 

Writs of error to State courts ; 
how the Federal question must be 
shown, a 

Party must claim right under the 
Constitution for himself. 6 

OWINGS V. SPEED, 5 Wll. 480. 

Writ of error to State court; 
Federal question ; validity of law 
of State passed before the Union 
cannot be considered, a 

OVnNGS v. TIEBNAN, 10 P. 84. 

Supreme Court; practice; rule a 15 P. 285, Gwin t). Breedlove. 
43 ; docketing and dismissing caus- a 7 H. 785, Van Rensselaer v. 
es. a Watts. 

Costs. 6 a 3 Wall. 103, Sparrow ». Strong. 

b 94 U. S. 254, Selma R. R. Co.d. 

Bank. 
a 102 U. S. 576, Edwards v. U. S. 
OWINGS V. WICKLEBTE. See Wickliffe v. Owings. 
OWINGS, W^OODS T. See Woods v. Owings. 
OXFORD, ]u:cCI,IIRE V. See McOlure v. Oxiord. 
OXI.EY, TUCKER V. See Tucker D.Oxley. 
PACABD, VAN NESS v. See Van Ness v. Pacard. 
PACHECO, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Paoheoo. 



MANUAL OF SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. 221 

PACIFIC INS. CO., CONARD v. See Oonard v. Pacific Ins. Co. 
PACIFIC INS. CO., DORR v. See Dorr d. Pacific Ins. Co. 
PACIFIC INS. CO. V. SOULE, 7 Wall. 440. 



Constitution ; direct taxes, a 



a 8 Wall. 547, Veazie Bank v. 

Penno. 
a 23 Wall. 348, Scholey v. Reid. 
a 102 U. S. 601, Springer v. U. S. 

PACIFIC MAIX S. S. CO., HATS v. See Hays v. Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 
PACIFIC K. K. V. MAGUIRE, !J0 WaU. 48. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 1 a 22 Wall. 226, Bailey v. Magwire. 
tracts ; exemption from taxation, a \ 

PACKARD, DATIS v. See Davis v. Packard. 
PACKER T. NIXON, 10 P. 411. 

Certificates of division, a a 7 H. 190, U. S. v. Chicago. 

a 24 H. 306, Wiggins v. Gray. 

a 7 Wall. 581, U. S. v. Eosenburgh 
PACKET CO., ATUEE v. See Atlee v. Paclset Oo. 
PACKET CO. V. CtOUGH, 30 WaU. 588. 



a 21 Wall. 157, Ins. Co. v. Mahone. 
6 21 Wall. 262, K. R. Co. v. Smith. 



Agents; admissions; when evi- 
dence against principal, a 
Exceptions to evidence. 6 

PACKET CO. V. KEOKUK, 95 U. S. 80. 

Constitution ; regulation of com- I a 100 U. S. 428, Pack. Co v St Louis 
merce ; wharfage, a \ a 100 U. S. 443, Guy v. Baltimore. 

PACKET CO. T. McCHE, 17 Wall. 513. 

Corporations; liability for inju- | a 17 Wall. 559, R. R. Co. v. Port, 
ries to employees, a I 

PACKET CO. V. ST. lOTJIS, 100 V. S. 423. 

Constitution ; regulation of com- i a 100 U. S. 432, Vieksburg». Tobin 
merce ; wharfage, a \ a 100 U. S. 443, Guy v. Baltimore. 

PACKET CO. T. SICKLES, S Wall. 590. 

Judgments ; conclusiveness ; res l a 94 U. S. 608, Russell v. Place, 
judicata, a \ 

PACKET CO. V. SICKLES, 19 Wall. 617. 

Patent law; damages; profits, o | a 92 U. S. 720, Burdell v. Denig. 

I a 93 U. S. 70, Birdsall v. Coolidge 

PACKWOOD, DORSET v. See Dorsey v. Paekwood. 
PADELFORD, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Padeltord. 
PAGE T. BANK OF AiEXAJOJRIA, 7 Wh. 35. 

Negotiable paper; note evidence a 6 H. 36, Bank of U. S. v. Moss, 
of money had and received ; suit in 
U. S. court by assignee ; section 11 
judiciary act. a 

PAGE, FLEMING v. See Fleming v. Page. 
PAGE, GAXPIN V. See Galpin v. Page. 
PAGE, HOGAN v. See Hogan v. Page. 
PAGE, PHrLUFS v. See Phillips v. Page. 
PAGE, STEARNS v. See Stearns v. Page. 

PAHQUIOQUE BANK, BANK OF BETHEL v. See Bank of Bethel v. 
Pahquioque Bank. 



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PAYNE, I-AMBERT v. See Lambert v. Payne. 
PAINE, ST. JOHN V. See St, John v. Paine. 
PAIAO, HUNT V. See Hunt 11. Palao. 
PALMER V. ALIEN, 7 Cr. 550. 

Process acts ; adoption by U. S. a 10 Wli. 1, Wyman v. Southard, 
courts of State practice, a o 6 P. 648, Boyle v. Zacharie. 

a 1 H. 304, Duncan v. Darst. 
PAXMBK, GBACIE v. See G-raeie v. Palmer. 
PALMEB V. MAESTON, 14 Wall. 10. 

Supreme Court; writ of error to I a 14 Wall. 666, Delmas «. Ins. Co. 
State court; Federal question. a \ 

PAIMER, V. S. V. See U. S. «. Palmer. 
PALMER V. U. S., S4 H. 136. 

California; Mexican titles; rec- I a 24 H. 351, TJ. S. v. Castro, 
ord evidence, a | a 1 Wall. 745, Komero v. TT. 8. 



PAIiMTTRA, THE, 10 Wh. 508. 

Supreme Court ; appeals ; final 
decrees, a 

Admiralty; seizures for illegal 
acts ; proceedings in rem ; con- 
demnation of vessel. 6 

Amendments ; power to allow at 
subsequent term, c 

Amendments in admiralty cases.d 

Keinstatement of appeals by Su- 
preme Court, e 



PALMYRA, THE, 12 TTh. 1. 

Admiralty; stipulators, a 
Proceedings in rem; forfeitures. 6 



a 11 Wh. 429, Cliace v. Vasquez. 

a 12 Wh. 1, The Palmyra. 

o 3 P. 316, Canter «. Am. Ins. Co. 

a 12 P. 491, ex parte Sibbald. 

6 2 H. 220, U. S. V. Brig Malek. 

c 6 H. 36, Bank U. S. v. Moss. 

a 15 H. 464, Corn Ingu Nail Factory 

b 18 H. Ill, Jeckerw. Montgomery. 

a 19 H. 284, Beebe v. Lawrence. 

d 21 H. 85, Rice ». Minn. & N. W. 
E. R. Co. 

a 2 Wall. 110, Humiston v. Stain- 
thorp. 

e 6 Wall. 458, Alviso v. U. S. 

a 95 U. S. 611, The Wanata. 

6 96 U. S. 1, Dobbins's Distillery 

a 99 U. S. 36, U. S. v. Ames. 



PARCELS V. JOHNSON, 80 WaU. 653. 



Sup. Court; final judgments, a 

PARGOUD V. V. S., 13 Wall. 157. 

Pardon ; effect of. a 



a 91 U. S. 2, McComb v. Cotn'rs. 
a 92 U. S. 179, Baker v. White. 
a 94 a. S. 517, Davis v. Crouch. 



152, Carlisle «. U. S. 

153, Knote v. U. S. 



I a 16 Wall 

I a 95 U. S 
PARHAM, MORGAN v. See Morgan 11. Parham. 
PARHAM, WOODRUFF v. See Woodrnff ». Parham. 
PARISH V. ElMS, 16 P. 458. 

U. S. courts ; law and equity I a 21 H. 482, Fenn v. Holme 
must be kept separate, a \ 

PARKER V. OVERMAN, 18 H. 140. 

Tax titles, a 

U. S. courts; jurisdiction; citi- 
zenship ; liow it must appear. 6 

PARKER V. PHETTIPLACE, 1 WaU. 684. 

Equity; answer; evidence, a | a 2 Wall. 430, Tobey». Leonards. 



a 21 H. 342, Thomas «. Lawson. 
6 97 U. S. 648, Robertson v. Cease. 



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PARKER V. RULE, 9 Cr. 64. 

Tax 'iiiles. a i a 4 Wh. 78, Williams v. Poylon. 

I o 16 H. 615, Early v. Doe. 
PARKER, RUSH v. See EasVi v. Parker. 
PARKER V. WINNIPISEOGEE CO., 2 Bl. 551. 

Equity; no juiiwliction where 

a 



there is complete remedy at law, 

Wlieu objection to wjiiit of juiis- 
dictioii must be raised. 6 



PARKS, EX PARTE, 93 U. S. 18. 

Supreme Court ; habeas corpus ; i 
void and voidable judgments, a \ 

PARKS V. ROSS, 11 H. 393. 

Instructions; when the court may 
direct the jurjf to find a verdict, a 



a 1 Wall. 22, Wright v. Ellison. 
a 13 Wall. 621, Ins. Co. v. Bailey. 
a 15 Wall. 228, Oelrichs v. Spain. 
6 17 Wall. 284, Tyler v. Magwn-e. 
a 94 U. 8. 811, Sullivan ». K.R.Co. 

a 100 U. S. 375, ex parte Siebold. 



a 19 H. 266, Eichardson v. Bo"ton. 
a 1 Wall. 370. Schuuhardtu Allen. 
a 18 Wall. 251, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
a 22 Wall. 121, Pleasants v. Fant. 
a 94 U. S. 284, Com'rs v. Clark. 
a 100 U. S. 27, E. E. Co. v. Fraloff. 

a 13 H. 214, Morsell v. Smith. 



PARKS V. TURNER, 12 H. 46. 

Amendment of verdicts ; jeofails I 
(1 St. at Large 91). a \ 

PARMELEE v. I/ATVRENCE, 11 TFaU. 36. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to I a 16 Wall. 189, Smith v. Adsit. • 
State court; Federal question, a | a 92 U. S. 329, Brown v. Atwell. 

PARRISH, IiOWrfSDALE v. See Lownsdale v. Parrish. 
PARSONS V. ARMOR, 3 P. 413. 



a 16 P. 172, Hyde v. Booraem. 
a 5 H. 288, Phillips v. Preston. 
6 12 Wall. 281, Kearney v. Case. 

a 9 P. 652, Livingston v. Story. 
a 10 P. 610, Brent v. Bank Wash'n. 
a 10 P. 452, Parish v. Ellis. 
u, 2 H. 392, Minor v. Tillotson. 
a 5 H. 288, Phillips v. Preston. 
a 19 H. 276, Hipp v. Babin. 
6 20 H. 558, Irvine v. Marshall. 
c 21 H. 107, Barreda v. Silsby. 
a 21 EI. 482, Fenn v. Holme. 
d 6 Wall. 758, Smith v. Cockrell. 
c 9 Wall. 277, Justices v. Murray, 
c 12 Wall. 300, Miller u. L. Ins. Co. 
c 16 Wall. 269, Ins.Co.u. Comstock 
c 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. c. Folsom. 
c 94 U. S. 657, Crim v. Handley. 
c 98 U. S. 445, The Abbotsford. 
c 100 U. S. 32, E. E. Co. v. Fraloff. 
c 101 U. S. 808, Trenier v. Stewart. 

PARSONS, OGBEN v. See Ogden v. Parsons. 
PASCHAL, EX PARTE, 10 Wall. 483. 

Attorneys' liens, a | a 96 U. S. 417, McPherson v. Cox. 



Bills of exception, a 
Jury ; waiver of trial by ; find- 
ing of facts, b 

PARSONS V. BEDFORD, 3 P. 444. 

Louisiana ; practice of U. S. 
courts; act of 1824; equity juris- 
diction must be kept separate. a 

Judicial power of the U. S.; cases 
at common lawand cases in equitj'.ft 

Facts found by jury cannot be 
re-examined except according to 
the rules of the common law. c 

U. S. courts ; process, d 



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PASSENGER CASES, 1 H. 398. 

Constitution ; regulation of oom- 
meice ; duties on imports, a 
Police power. 6 
Eight of State to tax ships, c 



a 3 Wall. 730, Gilmanu. Philad'a. 
a 6 Wall. 40, Ci-andellu. Nevada. 
b 9 Wall. 45. U. S. v. De Witt. 
c 12 Wall. 213, State Ton. Tax Cap. 
a 12 Wall. 432, Ward v. Maryland. 
a 15 Wall. 275, State Fre't Tax Cas. 
a 16 Wall. 475, Morgans. Parham. 
a 92 U. S. 266, Hendersons Mayor 
a 93 U. S. 102, Sherlock v. Ailing. 
a 94 U. S. 542, DovlesCon.Ins.Co. 
b 95 U. S. 471, K. E. Co. v. Hiisen. 
6 97 U. S. 33, Beer Co. v. Mass. 
a 97 U. S. 571, Cookc.Pennsylv'a. 
c 99 U. S. 280, Tr. Co. v. Wheeling 



PATAPSCO, THE, 13 Wall. 461. 

Supreme Court ; amount in con- 
troversy; interest, a 

PATAPSCO, THE, 13 Wall. 339. 

Admiralty; lien of material-men 
for supplies in foreign port, a 

PATAPSCO INS. CO. T. COTILTBK, 

Insurance ; proximate cause of 
loss; marine insurance; barratry, a 

PATAPSCO INS. CO. T. SOUTHGATE, 5 P. 604. 



a 100 U. S. 679, Machine Co. s.Gage 
a 19 Wall. 189, The Eio Grande, 



a 17 Wall. 669, The Emily Sender. 
a 20 Wall. 164, Ins. Co. v. Baring. 

3 P. 333. 

a 10 P. 508, Ins. Co. v. Lawrence. 
a 11 P. 218, Waters u. Mier. Ins. Co. 



Marine insurance ; total loss. 

Depositions. 6 

Master ; power to sell his ship. 



a 24 H. 555, Gaines v. Hennon. 
6 6 Wall. 711, Gaines v. New Or- 
leans. 



a a 12 P. 391, Bradlie v. Md. Ins. Co. 

6 11 H. 392, Fowler v. Merrill, 
c c 6 Wall. 26, The Amelie. 
a 9 Wall. 235, The Star of Hope. 
PATRICK, I/OGAN v. See Logan v. Patrick. 

PATTERSON, BANK. OP COLUMBIA T. See Bank of Columbia v. Patterson. 
PATTERSON T. GAINES, 6 H. 550. 

Will of Daniel Clarke (Mrs. 
Gaines's case) ; legitimacy, a 

Sale by executors without order 
of court. 6 

PATTERSON V. JENKS, 3 P. 316. 

Indians; grant within Indian 
land, when void, a 

Jurisdiction U. S. courts in con- 
flicts as to public boundaries. 6 

PATTERSON v 

Constitution ; 
PATTERSON V. V. S., 3 Wh. 333. 

Error; what errors court of its 
own motion will notice ; jury; find- 
ings must conform to issues, a 

PATTERSON, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Patterson. 
PATTERSON V. WINN, 11 Wh. 388. 

Land ; patents; can be impeach- a 1 Bl. 375, Eice v. Eailroad Co. 
ed for want of authority, a 6 11 Wall. 458, Meader v. Norton. 

Belief against patent; equity. & c 18 Wall. 301, Atliins v. Disinte- 
Statutes; construction, c grating Co. 

c 93 U. S. 84, Eyan v. Carter. 



a 9 P. 672, Winn v. Patterson. 
b 12 P. 714, Ehode Island u. Massa- 

oil imptt*^ 
a 15 P. 80, Mitchell v.'xj. S. 

KENTUCKY, 97 U. S. 601. 

police power, a | a 101 U. S. 818, Stone w. Miss. 



a 4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 
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PATTERSON V. WETN, 5 P. 341. 

Land laws ; patents, a 

Evidence of grant ; when second- 
ary evidence adniissihie. b 

jurisdiction U. S. courts in ques- 
tions of boundaries between States, c 



a 6 P. 728, U. S. v. Arredondo. 
6 9 P. 746, Winn v. Patterson, 
c 12 P. 714, Khode Island v. Mass. 
6 21 H. 175, U. S. V. Suiter. 
6 1 Bl. 555, U. S. V. Yallejo. 



PATTERSON, "WINN v. See Winn v. Patterson. 
PATTON, ALEXANDRIA V. See Alexandria v. Patton. 
PATTON T. EASTON, 1 TVll. 476. 



Statutes of limitations ; Tennes- 
see act ; possession of seven years, a 



PATTON V. NICHOISON, 3 Wh. 204. 

Contracts ; illegality of consider- i a 4 P. 
ation. a . | 

PATTON V. TAIXOK, 7 H. 159. 

Sale of lan<l ; quitclaim deed, a 
Equity ; relief must correspond to 

frame of bill. 6 
Kemedy of purchaser for failure 

of title, c 



a 9 Wh. 541, Walker v. Turner, 
a 2 P. 241, Powell v. Harman. 
a 6 P. 291, Green v. Neal. 



425, Craig v. Missouri. 



a 11 H. 317, Van Bensselaer 
Kearney. 

b 19 H. 126. Baker v. Nachtrieb. 

c 22 H. 328, Kefeld v. Woodfolk. 

c 2 Bl. 508, Noonan v. Lee. 

c 98 U. S. 60, Peters v. Bowman 
PATTON, VIOLETT v. See Vlolett v. Patton. 
PAXTX, BA.NE t. See Kane u. Paul. 
PAUL T. VIRGINIA, 8 Wall. 168. 

Constitution; power of the States; a 
discriminations against foreign cor- a 
porations ; "privileges and immu- a 
ntties of citizens ; " commercial 6 
power, a a 

of State 



Corporation ; citizen 
where created, b 
Eights in other States. 
Eemovals by. d 



10 Wall. 415, Ducat v. Chicago. 
10 Wall. 573, Ins. Co. v. Mass. 

12 Wall. 430, Ward u. Maryland. 

13 Wall. 28 i, R. R. v. Wliitton. 
16 Wall. 76, Slaughter-house 

Cases. 

b 20 Wall. 4.54, Ina. Co. v. Morse, 
c 94 U. S. 539, Doyle v. Ins. Co. 
c 96 U.S. 12, Tel. Co.u.Tel.Co. 
a 96 U. S. 183, Williams w. Bruffv 
d 98 U. S. 407, Boom Co. v. Pat- 
terson. 
S. 95, Trade-mark Cases 



PAULDING, DECATUR v, 
PAUP V. DREW, 10 H. 821. 

Payments ; meaning of the word 
dollars, a 

PAWLET V. CLARK, 9 Cr. 292. 

U. S. courts; jurisdiction where 
lands are claimed under grants of 
difterent States, a 

Religions uses ; need no particular 
grantee, b 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; revocation of grant, c 



alOOU. 
See Decatnr v. Panlding. 



PAWLET, SOCIETY, &c„ T. See Society, &c. 
15 



a 12 H. 695, Trebilcock v. Wilson. 



a 2 Wh. 378, Colson v. Lewis. 
6 2 P. 578, Beatty v. Kurtz. 
6 6 P. 433, Cincinnati v. White, 
c 6 H. 332, Plant. Bank v. Sharp, 
c 10 H. 532, East Hartford v. Hart- 
ford Bridge Co. 
c IG H. 376, State Bank v. Knoop. 
c 1 Bl. 373, Rice v. Railroad Co. 
6 95 U. S. 313, Ould«. Washington 
Hospital. 
Pawlet. 



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PAWXING V. UNITED STATES, 4 Cr. 319. 



Demurrer to evidence, a 
Deed; evidence explaining;. 6 
OflBcial bonds ; snreties; right to 
sliow they signed on conditions, c 



a 12 Wli. 383, Ins. Oo. v. Catlett, 
h 13 H. 330, R. B. Co. v. Howard, 
c IG Willi. 4, Dair v. U. S. 
a 22 Wall. 121, Pleasants v. Fant. 



PATINE, BAXDWTN v. See Baldwin v. Payne. 
PATISE V. HOOK, 7 WaU. 435. 

U. S. courts ; remedies of citizens a 13 Wall, 
of different States cannot be limited a 20 Wall. 
\iy State legislation, a a 21 Wall. 

Eqnity; parties, h 6 94 U. S. 

Administrators; suits against, c c 94 U. S. 

6 97 U. S. 
PAYITE, I/AJSTBEBT v. See Lambert r. Payne. 
PAYNE, PHrLMPS v. See PliiUips v. Payne. 
PATSON, COOUDGE v. See Coolldgo v. Payson. 
PEAKE, CAKBOM, v. See Carroll v. Peake. 

PEAIiE V. PHXPPS, 14 H. 368. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts; dissolution of corporation, a 

Conflict of jurisdiction between 
State and Federal courts. 6 



287, B.R.Co.wWhitton 
4.33, Ins. Co. ». Morse. 
283, Yonley u.Lavender 
736, Jerome v. MoCarter 
749, Tate v. Iforton. 
21, Hotel Co. w. Wade. 



a 17 H. 159, Bank b. Horn. 
h 17 H. 474, PuUiam u. Osborne. 
h 20 H. 596, Taylor b. Carrvl. 
h 23 H. 107, Green e. Creighton. 



PEAEI,, ELXICOTT v. See EUicott v. Pearl. 
PEASE V. PECK, 18 H. 599. 

U. S. courts ; obligatory force of 



State decisions, a 



a 1 WaU. 392, Meyer c. Musca- 
tine. 
a 101 U. S. 128, Roberts ». BoUes. 



PEASI.BB, SAMPSON v. See Sampson v. Peaslee. 
PEASLEE, STAIKS v. See Stairs v. Peaslee. 
PECHNEB, ESrS. CO. v. See Ins. Co. v. Pecliner. 
PECK, FIETCHEB v. See Fletcher «. Peck. 



PECK V. JENNESS, 7 H. 613. 

Obiter dicta, a 

Conflict of jurisdiction. 6 

State courts cannot i-estraiti the 
Federal courts, c 

Baida-uptcy; rights of assign- 
ees, d 

Federal. courts cannot enjoin 
State courts, e 

PECK, PEASE V. See Pease v. Peck. 
PECK V. SANDERSON, 17 H. 178. 

Collision; duties of steamers, a 

PECK V. SANDEKSON, 18 H. 43. 

Supreme Court; power to re- 
vicnv its decisions, a 

Reliearing; refusal to grant by 
lower court discretionary, b 



a 16 H. 279, Carroll k. Carroll. 
b 18 H. 263, Orton e. Smith. 
6 20 H. 596, Taylor v. Carryl. 
6 24 H. 457, Freeman v. Howe. 
b 2 Bl. 588, Eandall U.Howard, 
c 6 Wall. 195, Biggs v. Jolm. Co. 
b 13 Wall. 716, Watson ». Jones. 
d 14 Wall. 248, Gibson v. Warden, 
e 96 U. S. 341, Dial u. Reynolds. 



I a 21 H. 1, The Louisiana ». Fisher. 

a 12 Wall. 129, Noonan v. Bradley. 
6 14 Wall. 22, Steines v. Franklin. 
a 17 Wall. 283, Tyler ». Magwire. 



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PEETE V. MOKGAN", 19 TVaU. S81. 

Constitution ; tonnage tax. a a 20 Wall. .581, Cannon v New Or. 

a 94 U. S. 245, S. S. Co. v. Tinker 
a 9.5 U. S. SG, Pa. Co. u. Keokiilc. 
a 99 U. S. 284, Tr. Co. u Wheeling 
a 100 U. S. 67S, Maoh. Co. v. Gage. 

PEGGT, THE, U. S. v. See U. S. ». The Peggy. 

PEGtJES, HUMPHRET v. 



FEIRSOIi, EliMOTT v. 



See Humphrey v. Pega«s. 
See Elliott v. Peirsol. 



PEEBSOIX T. ELLIOTT, 6 P. 100. 

Equity ; difstnissal of bill without I 
prejudice, a I 

PEISCH v. WAKE, 4 Cr. 347. 

Admiralty jurisdiction, a 

PELHLiM V, ROSE, 9 Wall. 103. 

Confiscation ; seizure, a 
Duty of the marshal to preserve 
property seized, b 



a 7 Wall. 110, Durant v. Essex. 



I « 15 P. 41, Houseman v. The Korth 
I Carolina. 

a 15 Wall. 201, Pelliara v. Way. . 
a 15 Wall. 598, Brown v. Kennedy. 
& 17 Wall. 95, Averill v. Smith, 
a 99 U. S. 376, U. S. ». Winchester. 

a 15 Wall. 598, Brown v. Keniiedv, 
I a 94 U. S. 712, Pike v. Wassell. 

PELTON V. NATIONAl BAIfK, 101 V. S. 143. 

National banks; State taxation J a 101 U. S. 155, CummiugsK. Bank 
of shares, a 



FELHAItl T. WAT, 

Confiscation . a 



15 WaU. 200. 



PENBUETON CO. V. AMY, 13 WaU. 897. 

County bonds in aid of railroads ; I a 93 U. 
recitals; estoppel, a a 94 U. 

There must be legislative author- o 94 U. 
ity to issue. 5 I 6 94 U. 

PENHALLOW V. DOAITE, 3 DaU. 93. 

Admiralty; restitution, a 
Constitution ; what is a ' State.' 6 
Supreme Court; review of facts, c 



S. 513, Kandolph Co v Post 
S. 73, Leav. Co. ». Barnes. 
S. 206, Com'rs v. January. 
S. 262, S. Ottawa u. Perkins 



a 4 Cr. 20, Jennings v. Carson. 
* 7 Wall. 720, Texas v. White, 
c 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. v. Polsom. 



PENISTON, BAXLROAD CO. v. See Railroad Co. v. Pcniston. 
PENNXNGTON V. COX, a Cr. 50. 

Statutes ; construction, a 



PEKNINGTON V. GIBSON, 16 H. 65 

Decrees of the same foroe as judg- 
ments, a 
Judicial notice, h 

PEmvOCK V. COE, 83 H. 117. 

Mortgage of after-acquired prop- 
erty; injunctions; U. S, courts; 
ancillary suit, a 
Railroads; mortgages. 6 
Rolling stock; sale of road; what 
passes, c 



I a 3 H. 563, U. S. i'. Freeman. 
I a 96 U. S. 117, Arthur v. Lahey. 

a 24 H. 203, Nations v. Johnson. 
b 9 Wall. 121, Chcoveru. Wilson. 



a 24 H. 460, Freeman v. Howe. 
b 1 Wall. 267, Dunham uR.R. Co. 
c 6 Wall. 752, James v. R. R. Co. 



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PENTfOCK V. DIALOGUE, 8 V. 14. 

Patent law; public use. a 
Abandonment. 6 
Bills of exception, c 
Agreed statement of facts, d 



PENNOTER V. NEIT, 95 U. S. 714. 

Jurisdiction ; service by publica- 
tion, a 



a 7 I'. 310, Sliaw v. Cooper., 
a 1 H. 204, McClnrgt). Kingsland, 
a H. 477, Hogg v. Emerson. 
& 21 H. 329, Kendall v. Winsor. 
c 1 Bl. 218, Johnstone u. Jones. 
d 1 Wall. 103, Burr ». DCS Moines. 
6 7 Wall. 608, Agagaraw. Jordon. 
ill Wall. 199, GuneresuCanjpbell 
a 98 U. S. 46, Bates v. Coe. 



a 98 U. S. 478, Hai-kness v. Hj'de. 
a 99 U. S. 370, Brooklyn wins. Co. 
a 101 U. S. 413, Livingston Co. v. 

Darlington. 
a 101 U. S. 422, Mohr v. Manierre. 

PENNSITLVANIA, THE. See Union S. S. Co. v. Vn. S. S. Co. 
PBNNSTIiVANIA, BUTI.ER v. See Bntler v. Pennsylvania. 
PENNSYIVANIA COIXEGE CASES, IS ■Wall. 313. 



Constitution ; charters ; reserved 
power to amend or repeal. ' a 

IT. S. courts ; bound by construc- 
tion of the State courts of their 
own statutes. 



a 15 Wall. 488, Miller v. State. 
a 15 Wall. 511, Holyoke Co. v. 

Lyman. 
6 98 U. S; 366, K. tt. v. Georgia. 
a 101 U. S. 540, R. E. Co. v. Pliila. 



PENNST1.VANIA, CONNEOTICOX v. See Conneoticut v. Pennsylvania. 
PENNSYI-VANIA, COOK v. See Cook u. Pennsylvania. 
PENNSYLVANIA, EKIE K. K. v. See Erie R. E. Co. v. Pennsylvania. 
PENNSYLVANIA, PRIGG v. See Prigg v. Pennsylvania. 
PENNSYLVANIA v. "WHEELING BRIDGE CO., IS H. 6S7. 



Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce; bridges; concurrent pow- 
ers, a 
Judicial and legislative powers. 6 
Mandamus to compel perform- 
ance of public duty ; who can bring_ 
such a suit. c. 



a 18 H. 429, Penn. v. Bridge Co. 
a 1 Bl. 634, Conway ». Taylor. 
a 2B1,495, K. R. Co. «. Ward. 
a 3 Wall. 727, Gilman (j.Phila. 
a 10 Wall. 462, Clinton Bridge. 
6 13 Wall. 146, U. S.B.Klein. 
a 17 Wall. 569, R. R. Co. u. Puller, 
c 91 U. S. 355, R. R. Co. v. Hall. 
a 93 U. S. 102, Sherlock v. Ailing. 
a 96 U. S. 3S7, Wisconsin v Dnluth 

PENNSYLVANIA v. WHEELING BRIDGE CO., 

Constitution ; legislative and ju- 
dicial power, a 

Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce. 6 



. 18 H. 429. 

a 13 Wall. 146, C. S. v. Klein. 

a 20 Wall. 332, Stockdale v Ins. Co. 

6 93 U. S. 12, South Car. v. Ga. 



PENN. B. K., PIQUIGNOT v. See Piquignot v. Pennsylvania R. R. Co. 
PENROSE, BISSELL v. See Bissell v. Penrose. 
PENSACOLA, BROUGHXON v. See Broughton v. Pensaoola. 
PEOPLE, BRADLEY v. See Bradley o. People. 
PEOPLE v. COMMISSIONERS, 4 WaU. 855. 



Constitution ; no power in the 
States to tax national securities, a 

Taxation of shares national 
banks, b 

Capital stock, c 



a 7 Wall. 699, Austinii Aldermen 
a 9 Wal 1 . 590, Thompson ». R. R. 
& 95 U. S. 20, Adams v Nashville 
c 95 U. S. 687, Farrington v Tenn 
b 100 U. S. 546, People v. Weaver. 



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PEOPUE, MAOTJIEBAUM v. See Mandlebanm v. People. 

PEOPUE, NORTHERN EAILROAB v. Sf e Northern Eailroad v. People. 

PEOPLE V. WEAVER, 100 U. S. 539. 

Niitioiial bank shares; taxation, a ] a 101 Q. S. 145, Pulton 2; Nat. Bank 

PEOPLE'S EEKRT CO. v. REEKS, 30 H. 400. 



Adrairalt}' jurisdiction ; maritime 
contiact.i. a 



PEPPER V, DtnSXAP, 

Supreme Court ; 
ments. (V 



a 22 H. 131, Eoarli v. Chapman. 
a 23 H. 494, Moanvood v Enivquist 
a 7 Wall. 646, The Belfast. 
a 11 Wall. 28, Ins. Co. v. Dunham 

6 H. 51. 

fiaal judg-j a IS Wall. 58S, Moore v. Bobbins. 
I a 20 Wall. 654, Parcels ». Johnson. 



PERALTA, U, S, V, See U. a v. Peralta. 
PEKCHEJLUf, TJ. S. T, See V. S. v. Percheman. 
FERDICARTES, DEWING v. See Dewing v. Perdicaries. 
PEREZ, V, S. V. See U. S. 1). Perei. 
PERIN v. CARET, S4 H. 491. 

Executory trusts; perpetuities, a | aSo U. S. 312, Ould c. University. 



PERKINS V. FOURNIQUET, 6 H. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees. 



ao6. 

a a 8 H. 409, West v. Smith. 
a 11 H. 28, U. S. V. Girault. 
a 18 H. 200, Craighead v. Wilson. 
a 2 Wall. 443, E. R. Co. v. Soutter 



PERKINS T. FOCRNIQUET, 14 H. 388. 

Supreme Court ; damages, a 

PERKINS, POURNIQUET T. See Foumiquet «. PerMns. 
PERKINS V. HART, 11 Wt. 3S6. 



j a 94 U. S. 102, E. E. Co. v. Foley. 



Accounts; impeaching, a 
Certificates of division, b 



a 1 Bl. 93, Hager v. Thompson. 
6 2 Bl. 434, Ward v. Chamberlain 
a 10 Wall. 132, Wiggins uBurkhani 

PERMOLI V. FIRST aTCNIdPALITY, 3 H. 589. 

Ordinance of 1787 ; religion, a | a 10 H. 92, Strader v. Graliam, 

FERRIN, McMICKEN v. See McMicken v. Perrin. 
PERRESB V. CHES. & OHIO R. R. CO., 9 H. 178. 



a 21 H. 442, Pearce v. E. E. Co. 
6 1 Bl. 380, Eice v. E. E. Co. 



Corporations; powers, a 
Construction in favor of the pub- 
lic, b 

PERKY, MTTLEFIELD v. See Littlefleld v. Perry. 

PEKRT, O'BRIEN v. See O'Brien v. Perry. 

PERSEVERANCE, BRIG, JENNINGS v. See Jennings v. Brig Perseverance. 

PERVEAR V. COMMONWEALTH, 5 WaU. 479. 



Constitution ; State tax on im- 
ports, a 

First ten amendments apply to 
the Federal government. 6 

PETER V. BEVELY, 10 P. 558. 

Wills; payment of debts ; execu- 
tors ; powers to sell ; devastavit, a 
When powers survive. 6 
Equitable conversions, c 



a 8 Wall. 122, Waring «. Mayor. 
a 15 Wall. 295, State Tax Eailway 

G-ross Epccipts. 
6 92 U. S. 552, U. S. v. CniiUshank 



a I H. 147, Bank U. S. v. Bi'vi.Oy. 
a 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Beuhani. 
b Wall. 353, Lorlngs c. Mai-sh. 
c 19 Wall. 174, Cropley v. Cooper. 



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PETERS, r. S. V. See U. S. ■«. Peters. 
PETERS T. WAKKEN INS. CO., 14 P. 109. 

Insurance ; cause of loss, a | a 14 H. 361, Ins. Co. v. Sherwoocl. 
PETERS, "WHEATON v. See Wheaton v. Peters. 
PETERSON, ATCHINSON v. See Atchinsou v. Peterson. 
PETTY, MERRELI, v. See Merrill v. I'etty. 
PEUCH V. I>ATIS> 96 V. S. 336. 

Equity; parol ovicfence ; appar-1 a 98U..S. 516, Bricki?. Brielc. 



ent sale shown to be a mortgage, a \ 

PEYROtJX V. HOWARD, 7 P. 339. 

Maiitime contracts ; arlmiralty 
jurisdiction, a 

Vessels; home and foreign poit; 
rules applicable to. 6 

Hypothecation by master in for- 
eign port, c 

Jurisdiction above tide water, d 

Liens given by State laws ; when 
enforced by U. S. courts, e 



a 10 P. 117, Hobart v. Drogan. 

a 11 P. 17.'>, Orleans v. Plioebits. 

a 3 H. 573, Andrews v. Wall. 

a 5 H. 452, Waring v. Clarkp. 

b 17 H. 597, Hays v. Pac. S. S. Co. 

c 19 H. 25, Tliom;is v. Osbni-ne. 

d 20 H. 297, Jackson v. Magnolia. 

e 21 H. 251, Maguire v. Card. 

1^22 H. 131, Roacli v. Chapman. 

e 1 Bl. 529, The St. Lawrerree. 

c 9 Wall. 136, The Grapeshot. 

e 13 Wall. 243, exparte McXeit. 

e 21 Wall. 579, The Lottawanna. 
PETTON, RABTJRG v. See Eabnrg v. Peytoa. 
PEYTON V. STITH, 6 P. 486. 

Equity; lapse of time; laches, a [ a 10 P. 221, Boon v. Chfles. 
PEYTON, WILXIAMS T. See Williams v. Peyton. 
PHAIEN, CATTS V. See Catts v. Phalen. 
PHALEN v. VIRGINIA, 8 H. 163. 

Lotteries, a 

PHELPS T. MAYER, 15 H. 360. 

Bills of exception, a 
Must be signed by the judge. 5 
Supreme Court ; objections must 
be taken in the court below, c 



1 a 101 U. S. 818, Stone v. Miss. 



a 20 H. 252, U. S. v. Breitling. 

6 20 H. 438, Snydam v. Willian)son 

b 2 Bl. 568, Dredge v. Poi-syth. 

c 20 Wall. 418, Mays v. Fritton. 

a93U. S. 555, Stanton B.Embrey. 
PHELPS, RBICHART T. See Eeictorti). POielps. 
PHETTIPI^CE, PARKER v. See Parker v. Phettiplaee. 
PHILADELPHIA, CHRIST CHURCH v. See Christ Church v. Philadelphia. 
PHILADELPHIA v. COLLECTOR, 6 Wall. 738. 



U. S. courts; revenue cases, a 
Actions against coUectore to re- 
cover back taxes. 6 



9 Wall. 565, Hornthall i>. Coll'r 
9 Wall. 571, Assessors wOsberii 
10 Wall. 444, Kimball !> Collect 'r 
10 Wall. 652, Baltimoi-e v. R. B. 
12 Wall. 8, Collec'ru Hubbard 
17 Wall. 307, Bames v. R. R. Co 
22 Wall. 639, Bailey v. R. B. Co 
98 U. S. 544, R.R. Co. v Com'rs 



6 101 U. S. 179, Wright uBlakeslee 



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PHJXADELPHIA, OILMAN v. See GUman v. Philadelphia. 

PHEL., Sec, CO., PHJX., Wit. & HALT. K. K. v. See Phil., Wil. & Bait. E. 
E. 11. Phil., &c., Co. 

PHUi. & NEW ORIJEIANS, V. S. v. See U. S. i). Phil. & New Orleans. 



PHIL. & BEAD. B. B. CO. t 

Carriers by steam ; duties, a 
Corporations ; liability for act of 
agents. 6 
Torts, c 



DERBY, 14 H. 486- 

16 H. 472 



Stea'boat New World 
V. King, 
6 IS H. 480, Bac6n v. Robertson, 
c 21 H. 210, E. R. V. Quigk'y. 
a 17 Wall. 874, R.R.u. Lock wood 
a 93 U. S. 296, R. R. v. Hoist. 
c 100 U. S. 203. Sav. Banku. Ward 
a 101 U. S. 462, City of Panama. 
a 102 U. S. 455, Penn. Co. v. Roy. 



PHIL. 



: T. B. B. CO. V. STEMPSON, 14 P. 458. 



.Jnrisdiction. a 

Cross-examination. 6 

Patent act ; notice of special mat- 
ter. I- 

Patent; effect and force of. d 

Supreme Court ; error ; will not 
interfere with general conduct of 
trial in court below, e 



a 16 P. 81, Cocke v. Halsey. 

a 2 H. 335, Grignon v. Astor. 

& 1 Bl. 227, Johnston u. Jones. 

6 1 Wall. 705, Houghton «. Jones 

a 8 Wall. 83, U. S. v. Speed. 

c S Wall. 428, Blanchard v. Put- 
nam. 

a 11 Wall. 300, Miller v. U. S. 

d 11 Wall. 543, Seymour v. O.s- 
borne. 

d 19 Wall. 395, Mitchell v. Tilgli- 
man. 

c 91 U. S. 41S, 1st Unitarian Soc. 
V. Faulkner. 

6 100 U. S. 626, Wills v. Russell. 



PHIL. & WILM. B. B. V. MABTLAND, 10 H. 393. 

Constitution ; exemption from 
taxation never presumed to be 
granted, a 

Railroads ; right of several States 
to unite in chartering or consoli- 
dating. 6 

How exemption is affected by 
consolidation, c 



a 6 Wall. 606, Soo. for Sav. v. Coit 
6 12 Wall. 82, R. R. Co. v. Harris, 
c 15 Wall. 465, Tomllnsonw Branch 
6 18 Wall. 228, Del. R.R. Tax Case 
a 20 Wall. 61, R. R. v. Maguire. 
a 22 Wall. 575, Tucker j). Ferguson 
a 92 U. S. 675, R. R. v. Georgia. 
c 94 U. S. 690, Scot. Co. 4). Thomas 
c 94 U. S. 725, R. R. v. Virginia. 



PHIL., WIL. & HALT. B. B. v. PHIL., &c., CO., 33 H. 315. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; collision I a 1 Bl. 580, Propeller Commerce, 
within body of a county, a \ 

PHIL., WIL. & BAXT. B. B. CO. v. QUIGLBY, 31 H. 307. 



Corporations; agents; -when acts 
of, presumed in regular course of 
business, a 

Exemplary damages. & 



a 7 Wall. 413, R. R. v. Howard. 
a 10 AVall. 645, Merchants' Bank 

V. State Bank. 
6 91 U. S. 493, R. R. v. Armes. 
a 99 U. S. 682, Orleans v. Piatt. 
a 100 U. S. 702, Nat.B'kuGraliam 



PHILLIPS, EVANS v. See Evans v. Phillips. 



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PHnXIPS V. PAGE, 24 H. 168. 

Patent act; practice; notice of 
special matter, a 

What changes in machines pat- 
entable. 6 

Depositions; objections to com- 
petency, c 



S Wall. 428, Blaiichard v. Put- 
nam. 
9 Wall. 740, Wise v. AUis. 
11 Wall. 548, Scymoni- v. Os- 
borne. 
23 Wall. 563, Collar Co. v. Van 
Duseu. 
S. 198, Dunbar v. Myci-s. 
S. 492, Planing Machine 
Co. V. Kcnth. 



6 94 U. 
c 101 U. 



I a 101 U. S. 42, The Florida. 



a 8 H. 245, Clark v. Man. Ins. Co. 
6 17 H. 11, Arthurs v. Hart, 
c 21 H. 167, Barreda v. Silsby. 
b 12 Wall. 282, Kearney v. Case. 
b 91 U. S. 614, Gilman *. Tel. Co. 



PHrLtrPS V. PATNE, 98 V. S. 130 

Political questions, a 

PHtLtrPS V. PRESTON, 5 H. 891. 

Parol evidence, a 

Louisiana ; waiver of jury ; ap- 
peals; what evidence must be re- 
turned, b 

Jury ; facts found by cannot be 
re-examined by U. S. courts, except 
according to the rules of the com- 
mon law. c 

PHIPPS, PEALE T. See Peale v. Phipps. 
PBUPPS V. SEDGWICK, 95 U. S. 3. 

Voluntary conveyances in fraud I a 97 U. S. 309, 
of creditors, a \ 

PHISTEREB, U., S. T. See U. S. ■«. PMsterer. 

PHCEBUS, THE ORLEANS v. See Orleans, The, v. Phoebus, 

PIATT, OMVER V. See Oliver i>. Piatt. 

PIATT V. OLIVER, 3 H. 401. 

FoUowingtrust funds; election, a 
Bona-flde purchasers, b 



Trust Co. 
wick. 



Sedg- 



PIATT V. VATTIER, 9 P. 406. 

Bona-flde purchasers, a 
Equity; laches. 6 



a 92 U. S. 186, Smith v. Vodges. 
6 100 U. S. 584, Dickerson v. Col- 
' grove. 



PICKETT V. lEGBRWOOD, 7 P. 144. 



a 10 P. 180, Boon v. Chiles, 
6 1 H. 163, McKnight v. TavJor. 
6 1 H. 189, Bowman v. Warlien. 
b 7 H. 255, Wagner v. Baird. 
6 8 H. 218, Maxwell v. Kennfidv. 
6 19 H. 124, Long v. O'Falloii. 
h 99 U. S. 211, GoddenB.Kiminell. 



Supreme Court; return of writ 

of error and citation, a 
Motion to dismiss under Rule 9. 6 
Equity; motions to vacate decree.c 

PICO, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Pico. 

PICO V. U. S., 5 Wall. 536. 

California; Mexican titles; sur- 
veys, a 



a 6 n. 88, Villabolas v. U. S. 

6 3 Wall. 103, Sparrow v. Strong. 

c 22 Wall. 249, Finch v. Hay. 



a, 95 U. S. 35, Van Eeynegan 
Bolton. 



PIEDMONT INS. CO. v. EWING, 98 U. S. 377. 

Insurance ; when contract is I a 102 U. S. 112, Giddings b Ins. Co. 
made; payment of premmm. a I '6 



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PIEKCE, BROWN v. See Brown o. Pierce, 
PIERCE V. CARSKABEN, 16 Wall. 834. 

Constitution; expostfactolaws. a | a 97 U. S. 385, Burgess v. Salmon. 

PIKE T. WASSEM,, 94 V. S. 711. 

Confisctuion. a \ a 102 U. S. 134, French v. Wade. 

PIKE CO., DOUGLASS v. See Douglas^ v. Pike Co. 
prLLERIN, U. S. V. See U. S. o. Pillerin. 
pnX,OW V. ROBERTS, 13 H. 472. 



Statute of limitations ; color of 
title ; po'isessiion. a 
'l"ax sale.«. 6 



a 18 li. 52, Wright v. Mattison. 
b 18 II. 139, Parker v. Overman. 
b "21 H. 333, Thomas v. Lawson. 



PINE GROVE V. TAXCOTT, 19 Wall. 666. 

Bonds in ai<l of railroads ; fondi- I a 94 U. S. 206, Cora's v. January, 
tions; estoppel; bona-fide holders, a \ 

PINJAND, BURT v. See Burt v. Pinjand. 

PINTARD, THREDGILL v. See Tliredgill v. Pintard. 

PIPER, BROWN V. See Brown v. Piper. 

PIQUA BANK V. KNOOP. See State Banlc v. Knoop. 

PIQUIGNOT, GAMACHE v. See Gamache v. Piquignot. 

PIQUIGNOT T. PENNSTTVANIA B. R. CO., 16 H. 104. 

Pleadhig; abatement, a | a 11 Wall. 668, Cook v. Burnley. 

PIRATES, V. S. V. See U. S. ii. Pirates. 
PITOT, SERE V. See Sere v. Pilot. 
PITTSBURG, SEYBERT v. See Seybert v. Pittsburg. 
PLACE, SPEAR V. See Spear v. Place. 

PLANTERS' BANK, BANK OF U. S. v. See Banlr of U. S. v. Planters' Bank. 
PLANTERS' BANK, DICKENSON v. See Dickenson i). Planters' Bank. 
PLANTERS' BANK v. SHARP, 6 H. 301. 



Set-off; notes, a 
Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; impairment of charter, b 



CI 6 H. 117, Davis v. Tilotson. 

6 12 H. 166, Grand Gulf R. R. &" 

Bank Co. u. Mar.shal]. 
b 4 Wall. 553, Van Hoffman v. 

Quincy. 
& 13 Wall. 214, Penn. CoUesje Cas. 
& 96 U. S. 601, Edwards u.Kearzey 

PLANTERS' BANK v. UNION BANK, 19 W^aU. 495. 

Civil war; povverof military com- I a 101 U. S. 618, Gates v. Goodloe. 
manders; protection to property, a \ 

PLATT, ORLEANS v. See Orleans 1). Piatt. 
PLATTSBURGH, THE, 10 WTi. 133. 

Slave-trade, acts ; .slave voya^'es ; I a 12 Wli. 468, U. S. v. Gooding, 
"fitting out." a I a 2 Wall. 380, The Slavers. 



PLEASANTS V. EANT, 32 W^aU. 180. 

When the court can direct a ver- 
dict, a 



a 94 U. S. 284, Com'ers v. Clark. 

a 95 U. S. 443, R. R. Co. !). Jones. 

a 97 U. S. 320, Herbert v. Butler. 

a 100 U. S. 27, R. R. Co. v. Fraloff 

a 101 U. S. IS, BovvditchiJ.Boston 



PLUMMEB, WILSON v. See Wilson v. Plummer. 



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MANUAL OF SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. 



POE, RHBTT V. See Ehett v. Poe. 

POINDEXTER, GILMER v. See Gilmer v. Pbindexter. 

POINDEXTER, HENDERSON T. See Henderson v. Poindexter. 

POINTS, CKA"WTOKI) v. See Crawford v Points. 

POLICE JURY V. BRITTON, IS 'Wall. 666. 



Louisiana ; levees, a 
Antlioi'ily of municipality to is- 
sue bonds. 6 



a 93 U. S. 260, Barkley ». Com'ers 
b 96 U. S. 350, Hitchcock v. Gal- 
veston. 
6 98 U. S. 315, L. Kock v. Nat. B"k 



POLICE JURY, DAVIS v. See Bavis v. Police Jury. 
POLK v. TVENDALL, 9 Cr. 87. 

Land titles; ejectment; wlien 
prioi- entry can be attached to junioi' 
gnint in order to overreacli senior 
grant, a 

fnvalidating patent by evidence 
of facts prior to issue. 6 

Northwest territory; after ces- 
sion no title could be acquired under 
Virginia. ■ c 

IJ. S. courts; decisions of State 
courts on State ."tatutes, binding, d 

Grantee can convey no more than 
he possesses, e 

Patent for land previously grant- 
ed, void, y 

Deeds; presumptions as to va- 
lidity, g 



POLK V. TFENDELL, 6 Wh. 293. 

Land titles; patents; presump- 
tions as to validitj'. a i 

POLLARD V. BAILET, 80 Wall. 630. 

Corporations ; liability of stock- a 

holders in equity, a a 

Liabilities created by statute; a 

how enforced. 6 6 

a 
a 
a 
a 

a 
b 
c 
b 
a 



a 1 Wh. 482, Koss v. Beed. 
b 5 Wh. 301, Polk v. Wendell, 
c 7Wh. 1, Miller u. Kerr. 
6 11 Wh. 380, Pattersons. Winn. 
d 12 Wh. 161, Jackson v. Chew. 
b 2 P. 225, Patterson v. Jenks. 
6 P. 291, Green v. Neal. 

6 P. 730, U. S. V. Arredondo. 

7 P. 234, Sampeyreac v. U. S. 

12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 

13 P. 446, Bagnellj). Broderick. 
15 P. 104, Brush v. Wear. 

4 H. 51, Beals v. Hale. 

4 H. 379, Foxcroft v. Mallett. 
d 14 H. 496, Webster v. Cooper. 
b 18 H. 87, Minter v. Cromelin. 
d 20 H. 87, Withers v. Buckley. 
e 1 Bl. 375, Rice v. R. R. Co. 
/ 21 Wall. 675, Morton v. Nebr'ka 
g 92 U. S. 425, Clements oMache- 

bouef. 
d 100 U. S. 52, Fairfield w Gallatin 

I a 18 Wall. 118, Best v. Polk. 



POLLARD V. DWIGHT, 4 Cr. 481. 

Jurisdiction; waiver, a 
Reversals by Supreme Court with 
ordei- to remand, b 
Covenants of seizin, c 



POLLARD v. PILES, 8 H. 601. 

Missouri land titles ; incomplete I a 
titles, a j 



92 U. S. 161, Terry v. Tubman. 

92 U. S. 512, Carroll v. Green. 

93 U. 8. 233, Horner u.Henuing 

96 U. S. 570, M.S.v. Kaufman. 

97 U. S. 177, Godfrey v. Terry. 
99 U. S. 29, Mills v. Scott. 

101 U. S. 213, Hatch v. Dana. 
101 U. S. 218, Terry v. Little. 

12 P. 327, Toland v. Sprague. 

4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 

8 H. 464, Leroy v. Beard. 
11 Wall. 215, Ins. Co. v. Francis. 
18 Wall. 298, Atkins v. Disinte- 
grating Co. 

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POIXAKD V. HAGAN, 3 H. SIS. 

Title of States to land below high- 
water martc. a 
Ordinance of 1787. 6 



POIXAED V. KIBBE, 14 P. 353. 

Land titles ; water lots in Mobile ; 
act of 1824. a 

Supreme Court; writs of error 
to State court; claim of title under 
the V. S. 6 

Spanish titles; perfect and im- 
perfect, c 

Eight of tlie State to navigable 
waters and the soil under them, d 



a 9 H. 477, Goodtitle v. Kibbe. 
6 10 H. 92, Strader v. Graham. 
a 13 H. 26, Doe v. Beebe. 
a 18 H. 72, Smith v. Maryland. 
a 20 H. 87, Withers v. Buekley. 
a 6 Wall. 436, Mumford v Wardell 
a IS Wall. 66. Weber v. Com'rs. 
a 23 Wall. 68, St. Clair v Lov'gton 
a 94 IT. S. 337, Bui'ney v. Keoliulv. 
a 94 U. S. 394, McCready v. Virg'a 

a 16 P. 242, Mobile v. Eslava. 
b 2 H. 372, Chouteau v. Eclchart. 
a 2 H. 601, Pollard v. Files. 
c 3 H. 51, Barry v. Gamble. 
6 4 H. 177, Jourdon v. Barrett. 
6 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 
c 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
c 9 H. 467, Doe v. Mobile. 
6 22 H. 202, Lvtle v. Arkansas. 
d 23 Wall. 68, St Clair v Lovingston 



POIXAKD, B. K. CO. v. See R. E. Co. v. PoUard. 
POLIETS, OCEAJS' ENS. CO. v. See Ocean Ins. Co. v. PoUeys. 
POMEKOT V. BAJfK OF rNDIANA, 1 Wall. 608. 

Bills of exception; what is the 
"Record" in the Supreme Court, a 
Facts ; re-examination. 6 



a 5 Wall. 675, Thompson v. Riggs 
a 6 Wall. 559, Ins. Co. v. Halloclc 
a 91 U. S. 133, R. E. v. Trustees. 
a 93 U. S. 555, Stanton v. Embrey. 
a 95 U. S. 172. Ins. Co. v. Lanier. 
b 98 U. S. 445, The Abbotsford. 

POMEKOT, SliOCUM v. See Slocnm v. Pomeroy. 

POND, A3SDBEWS v. See Andrews v. Pond. 

POOI.E V. FI.EEGEK, 11 P. 210. 

Public land; one nation cannot 
grant territory of another, a 

Boundary between Nortli Caro- 
lina and Virginia. & 

Registration of deed; may have 
relation back, c 

Bills of exceptions, d 

POOR V. CONSEDINE, 6 Wall. 476. 

Contingent remainders, a \ al9 Wall. 176, Cropley v. Cooper. 

POPE, CHOTAKD v. See Chotard v. Pope. 
POKTEK, BENTfEK v. See Benner v. Porter. 
POBTEK v. EOIiBY, 31 H. 393. 

Supreme Court; writ of error; I a 11 Wall. 86, The Protector, 
amendment, a 



a 12 P. 511, Garcia v. Lee. 

6 2 H. 106. Porterfield v. Clark. 

d 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benliam. 

a 10 11. 641, Robinson v. Minor. 

c 16 H. 19. Turner v. Yates. 

6 9 Wall. 603, Merryman v Bourne 



POKTEK V. EOL.BT, 84 H. 430. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error 
to State courts ; how Federal ques- 
tion must be shown, a 



a 10 Wall. 510, Messenger «. Mason 



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POBTEBriEI,D V. CLARK, 8 H. 185. 



U. S. courts ; statutes of a State ; 
rule of decision, a 
Indian treaty. 6 



a 6 Wall. 537, Haim;er v. Abbott 
b 17 Wall. 246, Holden v. Joy. 
a 9S U. S. 235, Andrae v. Redfielil. 



POKTI.AND K. B. CO., SULLIVAN v. See Sullivan 1). Portland R. E. Co. 
POET WABDENS, STEAMSHIP CO. v. See Steamship Co. v. Port Wardens. 
POST V. JONES, 19 H. 157. 

Shipping; wlien master may sell I a 6 Wall. 26, The Amelie. 
his ship, a | 

POST, MICHAELS V. See Miehaels v. Post. 

POST, BANDOLPH CO. V. See Eandolpli Co. v. Post. 

POSTMASTEB-GENEEAL, DOX v. See Box v. Postmaster-General. 

POSTMASTEE-GENEEAL v. EAELY, 12 WJx. 136. 



Suit by Postmaster-General ; Dis- 
trict Court; jiiiUdiction. a 

v. S.; power to contract ; volun- 
tary bond.'j of public officei-s. 6 

Statutes; declaratory acts, c 



a 1 P. 323, Dox v. Postmaster- 
General. 
6 10 P. 357, U. S. V. Bradley, 
c 97 U. S. 549, U. S. v. Claflin. 



POSTMASTEB-GENEEAL v. TEIGG, 11 P. 173. 

Mandamus; rnletosliowcause. a | a 14 H. 11, ex parte Taylor. 

POTOMAC, THE, 8 "WaU. 590. 

Collision ; steamers and sailing I a 91 U. S. 204, The Free State. 

POTOMAC CO., MCMMA v. See Kumma v. Potomac Co. 
POTTEE, BBADSTEEET v. See Bradstreet v. Potter. 
POTTBB, EYBE v. See Eyre -o. Potter. 
POTTEE V. GAEDNEE, 12 Wh. 499. 

Devise for payment of debt; 
purchaser from devisee; when 
charged for the purcliase-money. a 

Bona-fide purchaser ; plea of. 6 

POULTNEY V. LA FAYETTE, 12 P. 474. 

e^nr"tl"'"'"'''' ^^'^""^""^ °^ ^- ^^ ^3 P. 3,59, Story «. Livingston, 
courts, a I „ i:-; t> iq n„i^ t._i/^ 

POUND V. TUBK, 95 U. S. 459. 

Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce ; wliat legislation States mav 
pass; bridges, a 

POWELL V. GREEN, 3 P. 240. 

Tennessee; limitations, a I a 6 P. 291, Green k. Ifeal. 

POWELL, M'LEMOBE v. See M'Lemore i,. Powell 
POWELL, OBVIS V. See Orris y,. Powell. 
POWELL, THATCHEE v. See Thatcher ■<, Powell 
POWELL, U. S. V. See U. S. i). Powell. 
POWEE, U. S. v. See U. S. «. Power. 
POWHATAN STEAMBOAT CO. v. APPOMATTOX K. B. CO.. 24 H. 266. 

Contracts on Sunday, a I a 14 Wall. 503, U. S. «. Powell 

PEATT, CAMPBELL t. See Campbell ^. Pratt 
PBATT, CABEINGTON v. See Carrington v. Pratt 



a o P. 718,- Potter v. Gardner. 
& 10 P. 212, Boon «. Chiles. 



a 15 P. 13, Gaines v. Relf. 
a 95 U. S. 488, Hall v. De Cuir. 



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PKATT V. CAKROLL, 8 Cr. 471. 

Equity ; rescission ; when time is 
essence of coritraot. a 

PBATT V. FITZHUGH, 1 Bl. SI'S. 

Supreme Court; amount in con- 
ti-oversy; means pecuniary value, a 

PKATT V. LA'W, 9 Cr. 480. 

Wasliington City ; sales of lots ; 
breach of contract ; repayment of 
purchase-money, o 

Enforcing mandate. 6 

Time ; essence of contract, c 

Equity; damages, d 
PRATT, BAILWAT CO. v. See Kailway Co. v. Pratt. 
PBATT V. READ, 19 H. 369. 

Admiralty ; liens of material- 1 a 9 Wall. 137, The Grapeshot. 
men. a I a 10 Wall. 209, The Kalorama. 

PRATT, WASHDfGTON T. See Washington v. Pratt. 
PRENTICE V. ZAUE, 8 H. 484. 

Special verdict ; mistrial ; venire 
de novo, a 



a 14 P. 173, Taylor v. Longvvorth. 
ct 8 H. 149. Veazie v, Williams. 

a 92 U. S. 301, Potts v. Chumasero 



a 5 Wh. 429, Campbell v. Pratt. 
6 2 P. 354, Campbell v. Pratt, 
c 14 P. 173, Taylor v. Longvvorth. 
c? 8 H. 160, Veazie v. Williams. 



a IS H. 61, Graham v. Bayne. 

a 18 H. 13,5, Guild v. Frontain. 

a 20 H. 441, Suydam v. Williamson 

a 23 Wall. 163, Stickney v. Wilt. 
PRESCOTT, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Preseott. 
PRESTMAN', DBUMMOND v. See Dmmmond v. Prestman: 
PRESTON v. BOWMAN, 6 "Wh. 588. 

Boundaries ; monuments, a 



a 9 H. 467, Doe v. Mobile. 

a 5 Wall. 83G, Higueras v. U. S. 

a 23 Wall. 62, St.Clairw. Lov'ston 



115. 



a 1 AVh. 156, Danforth v. Tliomas 
a 9 Wh. 673, Danforth v. Wear. 
6 91 U.S. 79,U.S.w.U.Pac.R.K. 



PRESTON V. BBO"WT>ER, 1 "VTh, 

Indians; entries in lands, a 

Statutes; construction; history 
of tiie time when passed. 6 
PRESTON, COOKENDORFEB v. See Cookendorier v. Preston. 
PRESTON, PBUXtrPS v. See Phillips v. Preston. 
PKBVOST V. GRATZ, 6 "WTl. 481. 

Equity ; laches ; lapse of time, a 
When agent cannot purchase 
property of principal, b 



9 Wh. 405, Piatt v. Vattier. 

1 H. 189, Bowman v. Wathen. 

4 H. 552, Michoud v. Girod. 

5 H. 276, Taylor v. Beiiham. 

2 Wall. 92, Badger v. Badger. 
a 18 Wall. 506, Clarlrej;. Boorman. 

PRICE, liESSIEUR v. See Lessieur v. Price. 
PRICE, tr. S. V. See TJ. S. v. Price. 
PBIGG V. PENNSYLVANIA, 16 P. 611. 



Constitution ; fugitive slave act. a 

Police power. 6 

Contemporaneous construction, c 

Powers of the States to ari'est 
slaves ; conflict with power of Con- 
gress, d 

Right or immunity under the 
Constitution may be protected by 
Congress, e 



a 5 H. 223. Jones v. Van Zant. 
6 7 H. 410, Passenger Gas. (Opin. 

of Wayne, J.) 
c 12 H. 311, Cooleyu Bd. Wardens. 
d:4H. 17, Moore «). Ilhnois. 
c IS I-I. 274, Murray u Hoboken Co. 
a 13 Wall. 662, Osbornu Nicholson 
elOOU. S. 310, Strauder v. West 

Virginia. 



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PKrNCE V. BABTtETT, 8 Cr. 431. 

IT. S.; prioi-irj'. a 

PRIZE CASES, » Bl. 665. 

TliR civil war ; effect of tlie block- 
ade on neutral commerce, a 

Status of citizens and subjects of 
belligerents. 6 
51nemy's property, c 
Character of the war. d 
Commencement of the war. e 



a IV. 434, Conard v. Ins. Co. 
a 12 P. 131, Beaston » Farm. Bank. 

a 2 AVall. 148, The Circassian. 

b 2 Wall. 274, The Venice. 

c 2 Wall. 419, Mrs. Alexander's 

Cotton, 
e 5 Wall. 60, The Petei'hofif. 
d 7 Wall. 554, Coppell v. Hall. 
c 11 Wall. 305, Miller v. U. S. 
d 20 Wall. 395, N. Orl. v. S. S. Co. 
c 21 Wall. 351, Mitchell v. U. S. 
a 22 Wall. 423, U. S. ■». Farragut. 
« 91 IT. S. 9, Matthews!). MoStea 
d 96 U. S. 184, Williams ». Bruffy. 
6 97 U. S. 604, Ford v. Surget. 



PBOPKIETOBS, REED V. See Reed v. ProprietorB. 
PROTECTOR, THE, 9 WaU. 689. 

Civil war; time when it closed, a o 11 Wall. 254, Levy v. Stewart. 
Suspension of limitations. 6 6 11 Wall. 513, U . S. m. Wiley. 

h 14 Wall. 235, Caperton».Bowyer 

PROTECTOR, THE, 11 Wall. 86. 

Supreme Ct.;, writs of error and i a 13 Wall. 188, Hampton v Rouse, 
appeals; joinder of proper parties, a \ a 100 U. S. 146, Moore v. Simonds. 

PROTECTOR, THE, 13 TTaU. 700. 



The civil war ; beginning and 
conclusion of ; suspension of lim- 
itations, a 



a 15 Wall. 183, Brown v. Hiatts. 

a 15 Wall. 560, Adger ». Alston. 

a 18 Wall. 105, Masterdon v. Hern- 
don. 

a 18 Wall. 155, Batesville Inst. v. 
Kaufman. 

a 19 Wall. 525, Burke v. Miltenber- 
ger. 

a 22 Wall. 587, Ross v. Jones. 

a 91 U. S. 714, Raymond K Thomas 

a 92 U. S. 115, Hai-rison v. Myer. 

a 92 U. S. 193, Lamar «. Brown. 

a 92 U. S. 510, Carroll b. Green. 

o 03 U. S. 99, Bird «. La. St. Bank 

a 96 U. S. 193, Williams v. Bruffy. 

a 102 U. S. 438, McElrath v. U. S. 
PROUT, LENOX v. See Lenox v. Front. 
PBOUT V. ROBT, 15 WaU. 478. 

Sup. Court; error; objection must | a 20 Wall. 418, Mays v. Fritton. 
first be taken in court below, a \ 

PROUTY V. RUGOIiES, 16 P. 337. 

Patents; infringement; combina- a 10 H. 341, Stimpson v. R. R. Co. 
t'ons. a a \ Wall. 79, Eames v. Godfrey. 

Equivalents. 6 6 11 Wall. 556. Seymour v. Osborn. 

6 15 Wall. 194, Gould v. Rees. 

a 22 Wall. 28, Gill v. Wells. 

a 23 Wall. 367, Reedy v. Scott. 

a 94 U. S. 202, Dunbar b. Myers. 

a 04 U. S. 297, Fullet v. Yentzer. 



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PKOVrDENCE V. ClAPP, 17 H. 161. 

Municipal corporations; liability i a 1 Bl. 51. Weightinan v. Wasliing- 

I ton. 



for injuries, a 

PBOVTDENCE BANK v. BILLINGS, 

Public grants; nothing passes by 
implication, a 

Corporations; charters. 6 

Tax on propert}' ; no implied ex- 
emption, c 

Power of the Legislature to bind 
the State by contract, d 

Corporations ; rights in other 
State*^ € 

Tax by State and U. S. / 



-t P. 559. 

all P. 536, Charles R. Bridge v. 
Warron Biidgu. 

6 2 H. 550, R. R. Co. v. Lctsoii. 

c G H. 331, Plaiirr's Bank v. Sharp 

c 8 H. 79, Natlian w. LouKiaiia. 

c 16 H. 376, State Bauk v. Kiioop. 

dW H. 427, Ins. Co. v. Debolt. 

d 1 Bl. 442. .Icflfcr. Bank v. Ski-llv. 

c 6 Wall. 606. Soc. for Sav. v. Co'it 

e U Wall. 429, St. Louis v. Ferry. 

c 16 Wall. 249, Humphrevi; Pcgues 

c 18 Wall. 22(1, Del. R. R. Tax Cas 

c 20 W.all. 61, R. R. v. MaijiMi-c. 

c 22 Wall. 575, Tucki'r v. Fcri>'u?;on 
I e 93 U. S. 222, Morgan v Louisiana 
I « 93 U. S. 59S, R. R. Co. v. Supc^rv 
I c 95 U. S. 688, Farriiigton v. Tcnn 
1 c 97 U. S. 666, Fertil. Co. v. Park. 
i/99U. S. 281,Trau.CouWlieeUng 

clOOU. S.497. Kii-tland v. Hotcli- 
klss. 



PBOVIDENCE INS. 
PKOVIDENCE INS, 
PROVIDENT INST. 



CO., CAKPENTEB v. See Carpenter v. Prov. Ins. Co. 
CO., BCEAD V. See Head v. Providence Ins. Co. 
V. MASSACHUSETTS! 6 WaU. 630. 

U. S. courts : obligatory toi-ce of I a 7 Wall. 540, Randell v. Brlgliani 
State decisions, a ' \ a 9 Wall. 37, Gut v. State. 

Constitution; validity of State i b 15 Wall. 272. St. Fr'ght Tax Cas 
tax not determined by tlie form, but ! c 23 Wall. 348, Scholey v. Rew. 
by tlie subject on which laid. 6 j 6 97 U. S. 572, Cook b. Peun. 

Taxation of corporations by U.S. c I 

PBTOK, NEWSOM v. See Newsom i>. Pryor, 
PUBLIC SCHOOLS V. WALKEE, 9 Wall. 603. 



Error; refusing or granting re- 
Iiearing, not reviewable, a 
Supreme Coui-t ; rehearings. 6 



a 14 Wall. 22, Steinesu. Franklin 
6 102 U. S. 107, Brooks v. R. R. Co 



PUGH v. McCOBMICE, 14 WaU. 

N'egotiable paper ; stamp act. 



366. 

o I a 14 Wall. 669, Delmas v. Ins. Co. 
a 21 Wall. 324, Chambers v. Clews 



a 20 H. 596, Taylor v. Carryl. 



ffl 99 U. S. 631, Nat. Bank v. Case. 



PULLIAM V. OSBORN, 17 H. 473. 

Conflict of jurisdiction between 
State and Federal courts, a 

PULLMAN V. UPTON, 96 U. S. 338. 

Corporations ; liability of stock- 
holders, a I 

PUMPELLY V. GKEEN BAY CO., 13 Wall. 166. 

Con.stitution ; eminent domain, a | a 99 U. S. 642, Trans. Co. v Chicago 
PUECELL V. MINEE, 4 Wall. 613. 

Contracts ; statute of frauds, a | a 95 U. S. 456, Williams v. Morris. 
PUTNAM, BLANCHAED v. See Blanoliard v. Putnam. 



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PUTNAM V. DAT, 2? Wall. 60. 

Bills of review, a a 95 TJ. S. 99, Buffington uHai'vei' 

a 95 U. S. 397, Thompson v. Miix- 
weil. 
PYE, JENKINS V. See Jenkins v. Pye. 

QUICK, SPRINGFIELD t. See Springfield v. Quick. 
QUICKSTEP, THE, 9 "Wall. 6G5 



Supreme Court ; only party ap- 
pealing can assign ei'ror. a 

Admiralty ; defects in libel, b 

Collision ; when Supreme Court 
will I'everse decree, c 

Collision with tug. d 



a 12 Wall. 41, The Maria Martin. 

6 12 Wall. 17.3, The Syracuse. 

c 13 Wall. 479, The Ariadne. 

a 14 Wall. 201, The Meriimac. 

d 94 U. S. 497, The Margaret. 

a 94 U. S. 604, The Stephen Mor- 
gan. 
QUIGIEY, PHU.. & BAXT. R. R. v. See Phil., "Wil. & Bait. K.E. v. Qnigley. 
QUINCY, VAN HOFFMAN v. See Van Hoflfman v. (Juinoy. 
QCINCY, U. S. V. See U. S. ... Quincy. 
RABAUD, D'WOI.F v. See D'Wolf u. Eaband. 
RABORG V. PEYTON, 8 Wli. 385. 

Negotiable paper; action of debt I o 6 P. 22, Kirkman v. Hamilton 
by indorsee agamst acceptor, a \ 

RACHEL, THE, v. U. S., 6 Cr. 389. 

Penalties; remission by repeal I a 3 H. 584, Maryland b. Bait. E. R 
"* ^''^- « ' I a 9 VVall. 575, Assessor v. Osboni. 

RAE V. CUTLER, 7 H. 789. 

General average; jettison, a I a 19 H. 165. Dupont, v. Vance. 

I a 1 Bl. 113, Bags of Linseed. 
RAE, THE NEW YORK v. See New York, The, «. Rae. 
RAE, STAINBACK t. See Stainback v. Eae. 
RAGAN, M'lVER V. See M'lver v. Eagan. 
RAILROAD, EX PARTE, 95 U. S. 881. 

Cross-bills, a I o 101 U. S. 187, Ayres «. Chicago. 

RAILROAD, BARNES v. See Barnes v. Eailroad. 
RAILROAD V. BARRON, 5 WaU. 90. 

Personal actions; survival of. a I a 16 Wall. 534, Steam Co » Chase 
Damages for personal injuries. 6 U 101 U. S. 464, City^f Panama 

RAILROAD, BELL v. See Bell ,;. Eailroad. 

RAILROAD, BLOSSOM T. See Blossom ■^. Eailroad. 

RAILROAD V. BRADLEYS, 7 WaU. 575 

PaS;'^ horj.ay:^fa'Jmit- "'' ^^"^ '''^ S'-gl'ter - House 
^"- " & 94 U.S. 21, ea:^arte Cutting. 

RAILROAD V. COLLECTOR, 100 C. S. 695 

ness Of' ™i\r"ad!""a° ' '''^ °" ^"^'- | « ^'^ U. S. 550, R. R. Co. .. U. S. 

RAILROAD, DUNHAM v. See Dunham .. Eailroad. 
RAILROAD V. FORT, 17 WaU. 6S7 

vantTT"""' ' '"^"""' *° ^"- I « 100 U. S. 217, Hough .. K. R. Co. 



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RArLBOAD V. FREMONT, 9 Wall. 94. 

Grants by Congress to States in | a 9 Wall. 97, K. E. Co. v. Smith, 
aid of railroads, a I 



RAILROAD T. GAINES, 97 U. S. 697. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; exemptino; from taxation, a 

BAILBOAD V. GliAJDMAN, 15 Wall, 

Instructions; directing verdict, a 
Bills of exception. 6 
Contributory negligence, c 
Hypotiietical charge, d 

BAIXROAI) V. GRAJfT, 98 U. S. 398, 

Supreme Court; writs of error 
from Supreme Court D. C; amount 
in controversy, a 

Statutes; effect of repeal on ex- 
isting rights, b 



RAILROAD V. HAJSNESfG, 16 WaU. 649. 

Negligence; lialiility of owner of | a 102 U. 
land for injuries, a I 

BArLROAD V. HARRIS, 7 WaU. 574. 

Supreme Court ; wlien copy of 
\Vrit of error must be lodged ; su- 
persedeas, a 

RAILROAD V. HARRIS, 13 W^aU. 65 

Corporations; citizenship; rights 
in other States, a 

Corporations ; powers. 6 

U. S. courts ; suits against for- 
eign corporations; process, c 

RAILROAD, HARW^OOD v. See Harwooa v. Eailroad. 
RAILROAD V. HOWARD, 7 Wall. 407. 



a 98 n. S. 563, K. R. Co. v. Loftin. 

, 409. 

a 20 Wall. 162, Ins. Co. ». Baring 
6 21 Wall. .324, Chambers v Clevvs 
c 93 U. S. 298, E. R. Co. v. Horst 
d 94 U. S. 611, Ins. Co. v. Baker, 
c 100 U. S. 226, Hough v. E. E. Co 

a 101 U. S. 113, E. E. Co. v. Trook 
b 101 U. S. 438, So. Car. o Gilliard. 



S. 580, Bennett v. E. E. 



a 14 Wall. 40.5, O'Dowd v. Eussell. 
a 93 U.S. 88, Kitchen uEandolph 
a 93 U. S. 417, Sage v. E. E. Co. 

a 13 Wall. 284, E. E. Co. v Whitton 
b 95 U. S. 323, Shields v. Ohio, 
c 96 U. S. 375, ex parte SchoUen- 

berger. 
c 96 U. S. 457, E. E. Co. v. Vance. 



Gnaranty. a 

Corporations; stockholders; in 
terest in tapital stock. 6 
Estoppel, c 

RAILROAD V. HUSEN, 93 V. S. 859. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- I 
tracts ; police power, a I 

RAHROAD V. JACKSON, 7 WaU. 866, 



a 20 Wall. 311, Memphis c Brown. 
b 92 U. S. 367, Scammon v. Kim- 

ball, 
c 101 U. S. 183, Bank v Nat. Bank 



a 97 U. S. 34, Beer Co. v. Mass. 
a 97 U. S. 503, Patterson v. Ken'y. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
ti-acts; taxation of property not 
within jurisdiction, a 

Income tax. b 



all Wall. 432, St. Louis v. Ferry. 
a 15 Wall. 318, Foreign Held Bonds 
6 17 Wall. 304, Barnes v. E. E. 
6 17 Wall. 325, U. S. v. E. E. Co. 



I a 101 U. S. 845, Howard v. E. E. 



RAILROAD V. JAMES, 6 Wall. 7S0. 

Judgment liens, a 

RAUROAD V. JONES, 95 U. S. 439. 

Verdicts ; court can direct, a | a 97 U. S. 278, Macon Co. v. Shores 

RAILROAD V. MNDSAT, 4 WaU. 650. 

U. S. courts ; amendments, a | a 7 Wall. 503, Ewlng v. Howard. 
16 



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KAJXKOAD V. lOCKWOOD, 17 Wall. 357. 



Common carriers ; no ri<fht to lim- 
it liability for negligence, a 



a 21 Wall. 267, Exp. Co v CaWwell 
a 22 Wall. 1!{4. K. R. Co. v. Pratt. 
a 93 U. S. 181, Bank v. Expr. Co. 
a 9.S U. S. 296, E. K. Co. v. Horst. 
a 95 U. S. 658, R. R. Co. v Stevens 

RAIIiBOAO V. McCIiUBE, 10 Wall. 513. 

Supreme Court; writs of error to I a 12 Wall. 383, Knox » Exfh. Bank 
State courts ;• Federal question, a a 13 Wall. 263, Klinger v. Missouri. 

I a 99 U. S. 320, University v Peopio 

BAIXROAB V. MAINB, 96 U. S. 499. 



a 99 U. S. 354, Hoore v. R. R. Co. 
a 99 U. S. 720. Sinking FnndCasps 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tract ; charters ; power of the Leg- 
islature over ; exemptions from tax- 
ation, a 

RAILROAD v. MANtTF. CO., 16 Wall. 384. 

Common carriers; contract to I a 22 Wall. 129, !B. E. Co. ». Pratt, 
carry beyond terminus of road. a\ 

RAILROAD, MARYIiAND v. See Maryland v. E. B. Co. 
RAILROAD, MORGAN v. See Morgan v. Railroad. 
RAILROAD V. OTOE, 16 Wall. 675. 



a 16 Wall. 698, Olcott v. Superv's. 
a 19 Wall. 91, Queensbury v. Cul- 
ver. 
6 19 Wall. 672, Chambers v. Clews. 
c 21 Wall. 321, Chambers v. Clews. 



Municipal corporations; power 
to aid railroads, a 

U. S. courts ; obligatory force of 
State decisions. 6 

Municipal bonds; conditions; re- 
citals; bona^fide purchasers, c 

RAILROAD V. PBNISTON, 18 WaU. 5. 

Pacific Railroad ; interest of the I a 98 U. S. 619, U. S. v. R. R. Co. 
U. S. in. a \ 

RAILROAD V. POIIiARD, 88 WaU. 350. 

Common carriers; railroads; lia- I a 102 U. S. 456, Penn. Co. «. Roy. 
bility for carriage of passengers, a \ 

RAILROAD T. PRATT, 88 Wall. 183. 

Railroads; contract for shipment I a 96 U. S. 266, E. R. v. McCarthy, 
beyond own line, a 1 

RAILROAD T. REEVES, 10 Wall. 176. 

Carriers; negligence, a | a 12 Wall. 259, HoUiday »Keiinard 

RAILROAD, RIBON t. See Elbon v. Kailroad. 
RAILROAD, RICE v. See Eice «. Railroad. 
RAILROAD V. BOCK, 4 Wall. 180. 



Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State courts ; Federal question, a 



a 11 Wall. 38, Parmalee u. Law- 
rence. 
a 12 Wall. 383, Knox v. Ex. Bank. 
a 13 Wall. 263, KlingerK. Missouri. 
a 21 Wall. 550, Edwards v'. Elliott. 
a 92 U. S. 329, Brown v. Atwell, 
a 99 U. S. 320, University u People 

BAILBOAD V. BOSE, 95 U. S. 98. 

Eevenue; tax on interest paid by | a 101 U. S. 649, R. E. Co. v. U. S. 
corporations, a I 

BAILBOAD, SAGE v. See Sage v. Railroad. 



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KArLBOAD V. SCHUKMEIK, 7 Wall. 287. 



lyiiiul titlos; confinnation floes 
not enlarge the boundaries, a 

When bouiitled by stream title is 
limited to margin. 6 

Riparian rights, c 



a 10 Wall. 110, SrhoolsB Risley. 
6 10 Wall. 504, Yaies v. Milwaukee 
c 21 Wall. 392, Atlee v. Pack. Co. 
6 23 Willi. 65. St,. Claire Lovmg- 
pton. 



a 92 U. S. 741, Leav. E. B. u. U. S. 
6 93 U. S. 173. French v. Pyan. 
c 97 U. S. 347, Martin v. Marks. 
a 99 U. S. 475, R. E. Co. v. Ailing. 



KALLBOAD v. SCHUTTB, 100 V. S. 644. 

Snp. Court; supersedeas; Irand. a 1 a 102 TJ. S. 371, Draper v. Davis. 
KAILROAB V. SMITH, 9 "Wall. 97. 

Grants; in presenti to the States 
of land for railroads, a 

Land olflcers ; when their action 
conclusive. 6 

Swamp lands, c 

RAILROAD V. TEJTNKSSKB, 101 U. S. 337. 

Constitution; obligation of con- a 101 U. S. 834, E. E. Co. v. Ala. 
tracts; right of the State to with- 
draw consent to bo sued, a 

EAILKO AD, THOMPSON v. See Thompson v. Railroad. 

KAIIROAIJ T. TRIMBIiE, 10 Wall, 367. 

Patent law; assignments, a i a 14 Wall. 457. Pav. Co. D.Jenkins. 

. I a 98 U. S. 553; Headrie v. Sayles. 

BAILBOAD, TURRIM, v. See Turrill v. Railroad. 

BAILEOAD, V. S. v. See U.- S. 1;. Railroad. 

RAILROAD V. -WISWAXI,, 23 'WaU. 608. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error j a 94 U. S. 5, Hoadley c. San Fran, 
lies on order remanding a cause, a i 



a 101 U. S. 711, expaHe E. E. Co. 



RAILWAY V. AXMNG, 99 U. S. 470. 

I.and grants to railroads ; when 
grant takes etfect ; constrnction of 
the acts of Congress of 1872, 1877 ; 
(17 St. 399, 19 St. 405 ;) right of way 
through'the public lands, a 
RAIL WAT, BROOKS v. See Brooks v. Railway. 
RAILWAY v. McCarthy, 96 C. S. 258. 

Corporations ; evidence of corpo- I a 102 U. S. 420, Daniels v. Tearney. 
rate existence ; estoppel, a I 

RAILWAY T. McSHANE, 38 WaU. 460. 



Public lands; exemption from 
State taxation, a 

When pre-emptor becomes the 
equitable owner. 6 



a 22 Wall. 475, Hunnewell v. Cass. 
a 95 U. S. 265, Col. Co. v. Com'rs. 
b 98 U. S. 121, Wirth v. Branson. 
a 98 U. S. 545, R. R. Co. v. Com'rs. 



RAILWAY V. PBESCOTT, 16 Wall. 607. 



Public lands; exemption from 
State taxation, a 



a 22 Wall. 460, E. R. v. McShano. 
a 95 U. S. 265, Col. Co.«. Com'rs. 
a 97 U. S. 182, Lamborii v. County 



BAH, WAY V. BAMSEY, 22 W^all. 

U. S. courts ; removals. « 
Citizenship, h 



323. 



a 95 U. S. 403, Bridges v. Sperry. 
b 97 U. S. 648, Robertson v. Cease. 



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RAILWAY V. ■WHITTON, 13 WaU. 889. 

Removals, a 

Jiiri=cliction of the Federal courts 
not aftfected by State legislation, h 

When jurisdiction exclusive, c 

Railroads ; effect of consolidation 
on jurisdiction of the U. S. courts; 
citizenship, d. 

Foreign corporations; suits 
against, e 



a 18 Wall. 580, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 
6 20 Wall. 453, Ins. Co. v. Morse. 
c 92 U. S. 18, Gaines v. Fuentes. 
d 94 U. S. 447, MuUer n. Dows. 
e 96 U. S. 376, ex parte Scholen- 

a 100 U. S. 265, Tenn. v. Davis. 



KAIIWAT GKOSS RECEIPTS. See State Tax on Railway Gfross Receipts. 
RAINS, McKEE v. See McKee v. Eains. 
RAMSAT V. AXEGBE, la Wh. 611. 

Maritime contracts, a I as 3 H. 573, AndrevfS v. Wall. 

Liens; waiver. 6 | & 1 Bl. 332, The St. Lawrence. 

RAMSEY, DrxON v. See Dixon v. Ramsey. 
RAMSEY, lidHiOW T. See Ludlow v. Ramsey. 
RAMSEY, McFAtTL v. See McFaul v. Ramsey. 
RAMSEY, RAILWAY v. See Railway v. Ramsey. 
RANDALL v. HOWARD, 8 Bl. 686. 

Conflict of jurisdiction, a 
Illegal contract ; particeps crim- 
inis. 6 



a 2 Wall. 633, Minn. v. St. Paul. 
b 21 Wall. 480, Fox v. Gardner. 
a 101 U. S. 554, Nougue c. Clapp. 



RANDELL V. BRIGHAM, t WaU. 641 

a 9 Wall 



U. S. courts; when bound by de- 
cisions of State courts, a 
Judicial officers ; liability. 6 



37, Gut V. The State. 
h 13 Wall. 350, Bradley v. Fisher. 
a 21 Wall. 497, B. R. Co. v. Penn. 



RANDELL v. BROWN, 3 H. 416, 

Liens by contract, a 
RANDELL, CROWBLL v. See Crowell v. Randell. 
RANDOLPH, SAGE v. See Sage v. Randolph. 
RANDOLPH CO. T. POST, 93 U. S. 503. 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads; recitals; conditions; estop- 
pel ; bona-fide purcliasers. a 

RANDON V. TOBY, 11 H. 617. 

U. S. courts ; how far the prac- 
tice of affected by codes of the 
States; law and equity must be 
kept separate, a 



a 9 Wall. 382, Bank v. Nock. 



a 9S U. 8. 102, Daviess v. Huide- 
koper. 



al8H. 61, Graham w. Bayne. 
a 20 H. 525, McFaul v. Ramsey. 
a 23 H. 486, Green v. Custard. 
a 1 Bl. 314, Farni ». Tesson. 



RANKIN V. HOYT, 4 H. 387. 

Duties ; appraisers, a 
When appraisal must be fol- 
lowed ; parol evidence. 6 



RANNELS, CARPENTER v. See Carpenter v. Rannels. 



a 10 H. 234, Greeley v. Thompson. 
b 16 H. 269, Bartlett v. Kane. 
6 24 H. 522, Belcher v. Linn. 
a 10 Wall. 453, Kimball v. Coll'r, 



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BAPED, THE, 8 Cr. 155. 

Prize ; non-importation acts, a a 8 Cr. 179, The Alexander. 
Contractsbetwoencitlzensofhos- a 8 Cr. 440, TJie St. Lawrence. 
tile States, b t 7 P. 592, SoliolefielU v. Eicliel- 

bers'er. 
b 18 H. Ill, Jcckere. Montgomery 
b 5 Wall. 405, The Wm. Bagaley. 
b 6 Wall. 535, Hanger v. Abbott. 
6 7 Wall. 557, Coppell v. Hall. 

BAPtET, FOWXBB T. See Fowler v. Eapley. 
EATHBONE, FOWXEB v. See Fowler v. Rathbone. 
BATUFFE, SCOTT v. See Scott v. Eatliffe. 
BAVENEl, FOUNTAIN" v. See Fountain v. BaveneL 
BAY V. LAW, 3 Cr. 179. 



Supreme Court ; final decrees, a 



a 10 Wh. 502, The Palmyra. 
al3P. 11, Whiting u. Bank U.S. 
a 19 H. 284, Beebe v. Knssell. 
a 2 Bl. 531, Bronson v. R. K. Co. 
a 7 Wall. 346, Thompson v. Dean. 
a 17 Wall. 17, Marin o. Lally. 
a 23 Wall. 409, Railroad d. Svvasey. 



a 20 Wall. 418, Mays v. Frittoii. 



a 99 U. S. 682, Orleans v. Piatt. 
a 101 U. S. 203, Pompton U.Cooper 
Union. 



BAT, MATOB V. See Mayor v. Bay. 
EAT V. SMITH, 17 Wall. 413. 

Supreme Court ; objections must 
first be taken in the court below, a 

EAT V. TAN STCKLK, 96 TJ. S. 683 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads; conditions; recitals; estop- 
pel ; boua-fide holders, a 
EATBIONB, COOPEE v. See Cooper «. Eaymond. 
EATMOND V. THTSON, 17 H. 59. 

Affreightment; lien of shipown- j a 5 Wall. 558, The Bird of Paradise 
er; waiver, a I 

BEAD, BO AEDMAN v. See Boardman. v. Bead. 
BEAD T. GAEDNEE, 17 Wall. 409. 

Supreme Court; objections must J a 20 Wall. 419, Mays ». Fritton. 
first be taken in the court below, a j 
BEADING, U. S. T. See U. S. v. Beading. 
BECTOE V. ASHXET, 6 W^aU. 148, 



Supreme Court ; writ of error- to 
State court; Federal question, a 

Land titles unUer U. S. ; when 
party acquires vested interpst in the 
land; surveys, b 



a 8 Wall. 317, Gibson p.Choutean. 
b 9 Wall. 197, Prisbiei). Whitney. 
a 14 Wall. 21, Steinesu. Franklin. 
a 16 Wall. 189, Smith v. Adsit. 
a 20 Wall. 628, Murdock v. Mem- 
phis. 
a 21 Wall. 639, Moore ». Mississippi 
6 92 U. S. 713, Hot Springs Cases. 



a 102 U. S. 65, U. S. v. Peck. 



BEED T. INS. CO., 95 V. S. 83. 

Contracts; subject-niattercanbe I 
shown by parol, a j 

BEED V. MAESH, 13 P. 153. . 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to I a 15 H. 207, Kaiiouse v. Martin. 
State court ; Federal question, a I 



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BEED, FKATT v. See Pratt v. Eeed. 
KEED v. PBOPKIETOBS, 8 H. 3»1. 

Verdict without a judgment; no I a 16 Wall. 561, Smith v. McCool. 
estoppel, a ) 

BEED, BOSS V. See Eoss v. Eeed. 

BEED V. U. S,, 11 Wall. 591. 

U.S.; liability-ill Coiirtof Claims; I a 14 Wall. 534, Morgan v. U. S. 
contracts ; torts. « | a 93 U. S. 239, Sliaw v. U. S. 

BEES, GKJULD v. See Goald v. Eees. 

BEES V. TTATEKTOTTN, 19 MVall. 1(K. 



U. S. courts; no jurisdiction to 
levy tax ; mandamus to State offi- 
cers to levy tax; resignation, a 

BEESE, V. S. V. See U. S. ■«. Eeese. 

BEESIDE V. WAUKEK, 11 H. gS'J. 

U.S.; contracts; credits; set- 
offs, a 

Public offlcei-s; control o£ courts 
over. 6 

BEEVES, BAILBOAD v. See Eailroad v. Eeeves. 
BEFOEM, THE, 3 Wall. 617. 

The civil war; commercial inter- 1 a 6 Wall. 531, Ouachita Cotton, 
course ; license to trade, a \a7 Wall. 556, Coppell v. Hall. 

BEGISTEE, LITCHFIELD v. See Lltchfleld v. Register. 

BEICHABT V. PHELPS, 6 WaU. 160. 



a 19 Wall. 658, Heine v. I^. Com'rs 

a 93 U. S. 265, Barkley v- ^iiw& 

Commissionei's. 



a 6 WaU. 488, U. S. v. Eckford. 
b 9 Wall. 312, Secretary v. McGar- 
rahan. 



Land titles; patent for land re- 
served or sold void, a 

When nullity can be shown in 
action at law. b 

BEICHE V. SMYTHE, 13 WaU. 168. 

Revenue laws ; construction ; 
general words, a 



a 18 Wall. 117, Best v. Polk. 

a 21 Wall. 675, Morton ». Nebraska 

b 93 U. S. 216, Sherman v. Buick. 



a 95 U. S. 147, Movius v. Artlinr. 
a 96 U. S. Ill, Arthur v. Morrison. 
a 96 U. S. 113, Arthur v. Lahey. 
a 96 U. S. 127, Arthur v. Stephani. 
BEID, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Eeid. 

KEID, WEBSTEB v. See Webster v. Eeid. 
EEID, WILM. B. E. v. See Wilm. E. E. „. Eeid. 
EEILY V. LAMAB, 8 Cr. 34S. 

Supreme Court ; appeals; eita- j a 2 Wh. 137, The San Pedro. 
t'°"- " I 0! 18 H. 534, Hudgins v. Kemp. 

BEIKDEEB, THE, 8 WaU. 403. 

Admiralty; suits in rem; pro- | a 9 Wall. 457, The Maggie Ham- 
cess, a I moud. 

EEINECKEB, CHIBAC v. See Chirac v. Reinecker. 

BEINTZEL, MOBGAN v. See Morgan v. Eeintzel. 

BELF, GAINES V. See Gaines v. Eelf. 



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KEMOVAJL CASES, 100 TJ. S. 457. 

Eemovals ; act of 1875. a 
Eight not lost by contesting case 
in the State court. 6 



KENHEB V. BANK OF COI^TTDIBIA, 

Negotiable paper ; days of grace ; 
custom, fit 

Secondary evidence ; lost or de- 
stroyed instruments. 6 



a 101 U. S. 187, Ayres v. Canei-: 
a 101 U. S. 298, R. K. «. Kt-tchnm. 
a 101 U. S. 612, Bible Soc. v. Grove 
a 102 U. S. 141, R. R. Co. v. Miss. 
6 102 U. S. 179. JiJkins!). Svveetzer 

9 Wli. 58^. 

a 9 Wh. 598, McGnider v. Bank. 
a 11 Wh. 431, Mills v. Bank IJ- S. 
a 12 Wh. 297, Ogden v. Samulcrs. 
a 1 P. 25, B'k Wash. r. Triplett. 
a 3 P. 36, Thornton I!. B'k Wash, 
a 6 P. .51, Bunk U. S. v. Dunn, 
a 6 P. 691, U. S. u. Anedondo. 
a 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 
a 14 P. 318, Fowler v. Bramly. 
a 5 H. 288, Phillips v. Preston. 
a 15 H. 535, Adams v. Otterback. 
a 23 H. 432, Bliven v. Screw Co. 
h 20 Wall. 134, Burton v. Driggs. 
6 20 Wall. 246, Cornett u. Williams 
6 20 Wall. 288, McPhaulu.Lapsley 

KENNER V. MABSHAlIi, 1 'WTi. 816. 

Jurisdiction; attachments, a I a 13 P. 143, Wallaces. McConnell. 
Damages; iuquiry by jury, b | 6 7 Wall. 104, Aurora v. West. 

KEPITIGNT, U. S. V. See U. S. i). Bepitigny. 
RESOI.UTE V. NOKTHEKNEB, 1 TFaU. 688. 

Territorial courts; admiralty ju- | a 101 U. S. 461, City of Panama, 
risdiction. a I 

BEW, SCHOtET V. See Scholey v. Rew. 

BEY V. SIMPSON, 83 H. 341. 

Negotiable paper ; indorsers. a | a 95 U. S. 94, Good v. Martin. 
BEYBCEN, CLABK v. See Clark u. Eeybum. 
BEYNES, U. S. V. See IT. S. v. Eeynes. 
EEYNOIiDS, COOPEB v. See Cooper v. Eeynolds. 
EETfNOlDS, DIAX. v. See Dial v. Eeynolds. 
BEYNOtDS, DOUGIiASS v. See DoaglasB v. Eeynolds. 
BEYNOtDS V. McAETHUB, 8 P. 434. 

Statutes ; construed prospective- | a 2 H. 588, Ladiga v. Roland. 
ly. a I 

BHEIMS, AETHUB v. See Arthur o. Eheims. 
EHETT V. POE, 8 H. 457. 

Negotiable paper; notice and pro- 
test; regularity a question of law 
for the court, a 

EHINELANBEB v. INS. CO., 4 Cr. 89. 



a 18 H. 517, Watson v. Tarpley. 



Marine insurance ; total loss, a 



a 4 Cr. 202, Marshall v. Ins. Co. 
a 3 Wh. 189, Oliverau.tJn.Ins.Co. 
a 12 P. 391, Bradlie v. Md. Ins. Co. 



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BHODE ISLAND v. MASSACHUSETTS, 18 P. 1114,. 



Supreme Court ; original juris- 
diction; practice; suits between 
States ; boundaries, a 

JurisdictloQ. b 

Political questions, c 

Equity; reformation of contracts. 
d 

Demurrer; limitations, e 



a 12 P. 756, Khode Island v, Mass. 

a 13 P. 23, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

a 14 P. 210, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

a 15 P. 269, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

b 2 H. 335, Grignon v. Astor. 

a 4 H. 628, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

c 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 

a 17 H. 490, Florida v. Georgia, 

c 6 Wall. 71, Georgia «. Stanton 

b 6 Wall. 187, Riggs v. Johnson. 

a 11 Wall. 53, Virginia v. W. Va. 

c 92 U. S. 133, Phillips v. Payne. 

d 98 U. S. 82, Irvinson v. Hutton 
S. 568, Bank J). Carpenter. 



See Hervey v. B. I. Loo. Works. 



e 101 U, 
RHODE ISLAND LOC. WORKS, HERVEY v. 
RIBON T. RAILROAD CO., 16 "WaU. 450. 

Parties, a | a 18 Wall. 475, R. R. Co. v. Orr. 

RICARD V. WILLIAMS, 1 Wh. 60. 

Adverse possession; ouster; dis- 1 as 5 P. 430, Bradstreet v. Hunting- 



seizui. a \ 

BICE V. MINX. & N. W. R. R. CO., ai H. 85. 



ton. 



Sup. Court ; admiralty appeals ; 
amendments and new proofs, a 

BICBv. MENN. & N. W. B. B. CO., 

Corporate privileges; construc- 
tion most strongly against corpora- 
tion, a 

Land grants bj"^ Congress to the 
States ; when title vests. 6 

RICE, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Rice. 
RICH V. LAMBERT, la H. 358. 

Supreme Court ; amount in con- 
troversy, a 

Carriers ; bound to show that loss 
was occasioned by peril from wliich 
they were exempt, b 

Admiralty ; jurisdiction over con- 
tracts of affreightment c 

Depositions ; objections to. d 



I a 6 Wall. 442, The Grace Girdler. 

1 Bl. 380. 

a 15 Wall. 512, Holyoke v. Lyman 
b 21 Wall. 62, Schulenberg v. 

Harrimau. 
a 92 U. S. 741, R. R. Co. v. U. S. 
a 101 U. S. 540, R. R. Co. v. Phila 



a 17 H. 4, Shields v. Thomas. 

6 21 H. 29, Niagara v. Cordes. 

c 23 H. 494, Morevvood»Enrequlst 

& 1 Bl. 160, Nelson v. Woodruff. 

a 5 Wall. 210, Seaver v. Bigelow. 

6 9 Wall. 459, The Haggle Ham- 
mond. 

d 15 Wall. 161, Shutte v. Tliomp- 
soii. 

a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill v. Petty. 

a 100 U. S. 148, Pav. Co. v Mnlford 
Richard. 



BICHABD, V. a. V. See U. S. 
BICHABDS, COLLBCTOB v. See Colleotor v. Eiehards. 
RICHARDS, SMITH v. See Smith v. Eiehards. 
RICHARDSON V. BOSTON, 19 H. 863. 



Municipal corporations; liabil- 



Court can direct a verdict. 6 

RICHARDSON V. BOSTON, 84 H. 188. 

Judgments ; when they can be | a 



a 24 H. 191, Richardson v. Boston. 
a 100 U. S. 27, R. R. Co. v. Fraloff 



pleaded in bar. a 

RICHARDSON, CODDINGTON v. 



7 Wall. 99, Aurora v. West. 
a 91 U. S. 534, Gould v. R. R. Co. 



See Ooddington i). Richardson. 



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KICHARDSON T. DOANE, 3 Dall. 108. See Penhallow v. Doane. 



Facts foiincl byjniy; cannot be 
re-examined in U. S. courts, a 



a 21 H. 167, Barreda v. SiUby. 



a 23 H. 219. Phil. & B. R. R. Co. v. 

'I'ovvboat Co. 
b 5 Wall. 494, The Eildy. 



BICHAKDSON v. GODDAKD, 33 H. 37, 

Sunday laws ; violation of. a 
Affreightment ; duty of carriers 
as to delivery. 6 

KICHMOND, THE, 9 Cr. 108. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; seizures 1 a 9 Wli. 399, The Merino, 
under laws of the U.S. a \ 

RICHMOND V. MTLWAtJKEE, 81 H. 391. 

Sup. Coint ; amount in contro- I a 6 Wall. 442, The Grace Girdler, 
versy ; aflBdavits. a \ 

RICHMOND V. SMITH, 15 Wall. 437. 

Supreme Conrt ; review of find- i a 18 Wall. 252, Ins. 
ings of tacts, a | 

RICH^IO^fD R. R. CO. V. iOUISA R, 

Power of the Legislature to bind 
the State by contract, a 

Construction in favor of the pub- 
lic. 6 

Sup. Conrt ; writ of error to State 
court ; highest conrt of State, c 



Co. V. Folsom- 



R. CO., 13 H. 71. 

a 10 H. 430, Ohio Co. v. Debolt. 
b 1 Bl. 380, Rice v. R. R. Co. 
a 1 Bl. 442. .;eff. Bank v. Skelly. 
c 23 Wal 1 . 306, Gi'egory v McVeigh 
c 102 U. S. 254, Williams v. Braffy. 



RIDDLE, MANDERVILIE v. See JlanderviUe v. Riddle. 
RIDDtE V. MANDEVIIiE, 5 Cr. 338. 

Equity ; follows the law as to I a 15 Wall. 229, Oelrichs v. Spain, 
liability on contracts, a I 

RIDDtE V. MOSS, 7 Cr. 800. 

Evidence ; incompetency ; Inter- I a 11 P. 91, U. S. v. Lefler. 
est. a I 

BIDDI.E, TJ. S. V. See U. S. v. Riddle. 

KIDDLBBERGEK v. HARTEORD INS. CO., 7 Wall. 390. 



Limitations; policy of stale claims. 
Insurance ; conditions. 6 



a 



a IS Wall. 70, Weber v. Com'rs. 
6 21 Wall. 269, Exp. Co. v Caldwell 



BIDGWAT, HERNDON v. See Herndon v. Eidgway. 
RIGGIN V. MAGWrRE, 15 Wall. 549. 

Bankruptcy; contingent debts, a | a 9'J U. S. 8, Wolf v. Stix. 

RIGGS V. JOHNSON CO., 6 TVall. 184. 

U. S. courts ; State court cannot 
enjoin, a 

Process acts ; lien of judgments 
by State law. 6 

Mandamus by U. S. courts, c 

Process ; independent of the 
State law. d 



6 Wall. 

7 Wall. 

7 Wall. 

8 Wall. 

9 Wall. 
9 Wall. 

a 11 Wall. 
b 12 Wall, 
c 15 Wall. 
c 19 Wall, 
c 19 Wall. 
d94U. S. 



517, U. S. V. Keokuk. 
217, Brown v. Pierce. 
612, Mor-gan v. Clerk. 
584, Butz V. Muscatine. 
311, Sec. V. McGarrahan 
414, Mayor v. Lord. 
138, Amy v. Supervisbrs 
158, Baker v. Morton. 
428, Graham v. Norton. 
117, Rees v. Watertovvn. 
657, Heine v. Comni'rs. 
350, ex parte Flippin. 



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KIGGS V. LINDSAY, 7 Cr. 500. 

Pleaduif,'; general counts; as- I a 9 P. 562,C.& O. Canalw.Knapp. 
surapsit. a \ 

BIGGS, MATJDEBVII-I.E v. See Manderville i). Elggs. 
BIGGS, TAYI.OE v. See Tayloe d Eiggs. 
BIGGS V. TAYIiOE, 9 Wli. 483. 

Eviileiice ; to prove loss of paper ; I a IP. 594, Tayloe v. Elggs. 
secondaiy evidence, a I a 20 Wall. 134, Burton v. Driggs. 

BIGGS, THOMPSON v. See Thompson v. Biggs. 
BINGO v. BINNS, 10 P. 69. 



a 4 H. 552, Michoud v. Girod. 



Agent cannot acquire an interest 
in subject-matter of agency adverse 
to his principal, a 

BINGOI-IJ, LEVY COUBT v. See Levy Court v. Ringold. 

BINGOLD, U. S. V. See U. S. o. Ringold. 

BIPLEY, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Ripley. 

BISLEY, THE SCHOOLS v. See Schools, The, v. Risley. 

BITCHIE, BANK OF U. S. v. See Bank of U. S. v. Ritchie. 

BITCHIE, INS. CO. V. See Ins. Co. v. Ritchie. 

BITCHIE, IT. S. V. See U. S. v. Ritchie. 

BIVES, GILMAN v. See Oilman v. Rives. 

BOACH V. CHAPMAN, 83 H. 139. 

Admiralty inrisdiction; maritime j a 21 Wall. 555, Edwards «. Elliott, 
contracts, a | 

BOACH V. HULINGS, 16 P. 319. 

What error can be noticed by 
the court of their own motion, a 

Verdict ; what defects it covers. 6 

Act of 1789. sec. 32, as to ver- 
dicts, c 



a 4 H. 143, Garland ». Davis. 
6 7 H. 714, 'I'ownsend v. Jennisoii 
c 12 H. 42, Parks v. Turner, 
c 13 H. 214, Morsel I v. Hall, 
a 12 Wall. 403, Barth v. Clise. 

BOBBINS V. CHICAGO, 4 WaU. 679. 

Corporations ; liability for inju- i a 15 Wall. 658, Ei E. v. Haniiing. 

a 16 Wall. 576, Water Co. «. Ware. 



ries caused by contractors, a 



Ees judicata. 6 



I 6 92 U. S. 394. Sraeltzer u. White. 



BOBBINS, CHICAGO v. See Chicago v. Bobbins. 
BOBBINS, MOOEE v. See Moore v. Bobbins. 
BOBBINS, WALKBB v. See Walker v. Bobbins. 
BOBEBTS, EX PAETB, 15 Wall. 384. 

Supreme Court; appeals; allow- I a lOlU. S. 752,Goddardu.Ordwav 
ance of. a | 

BOBEBTS V. BOLLES, 101 U. S. 119. 



Municipal bonds in aid of rail- a 101 U. S. 
roads; subscription witliout prior 
election ; power of the Illinois Leg- 
islature under the constitution of 
1848. a 

BOBEBTS, COOPEB v. See Cooper ■». Roberts. 



415, Livingston Co. v. 
Darlington. 



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BOBBRTS V. COOPER, ao H. 481. 

Supreme Court; maadate; second a 11 Wall. 674, Cook v. Burnley, 
writ of error, a a 17 Wall. 284, Tyler v. Magvvlre. 

a 96 U. S. 462, The Lady Pike. 

ROBERTS, IiENOX v. See Lenox v. Roberts. 
ROBERTS, PILIiOW v. See Pillow ■». Roberts. 
ROBERTSON, BACON v. See Bacon 1). Robertson. 
ROBERTSON V. CARSON, 19 Wall. 103. 



Executors ; ohargiug sureties ; 
investment in Confederate securi- 
ties, a 

ROBERTSON, FAW v. See Faw v. Robertson 
ROBERTSON, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Robertson 
ROBESON, U. S. V. See U. S. i). Robeson. 
ROBINSON V. CAMPBELL, 3 Wh. 813. 

U. S. courts; common law and 
equity jnrisdietion must be kept 
separate, a 



a 97 U. S. 567, McBurneyi). Carson 



Boundaries between States. 6 

Contracts ; by what law gov- 
erned, c 

U. S. courts ; when they will be 
governed by the decisions of the 
State courts, d 

Ejectment ; the patent carries 
the fee and is the better title, e 

Judicial power of U. S. ; cases at 
common law and in equity, f 

TJ. S. courts ; enforce the laws of 
the States, g 



a 6 P. 654, Boyle v. Zacharie. 
a 6 P. 767, Strother v. Lucas, 
a 9 P. 632, Livingston v. Story. 
6 12 P. 745, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
c 8 H. 464, Leroy v. Beard. 
d 12 H. 145, Rnssell v. Southard. 
a 13 H. 270, Neves v. Scott. 
a 13 H. 557, Penn. v. Bridge Co. 
e 10 H. 334, Bryan ». Forsyth. 
a 20 H. 17, .Jones v. McMasters. 
/20 H. 558, Irvine v. Marshall. 
a 21 H. 482, Fenn v. Holme. 
a 2 Bl. 509, Noonan v. Lee. 
a G Wall. 137, Thompson v. R. B. 
a 7 Wall. 430, Payne v. Hook. 
a 8 Wall. 322, Clark v. Reyburn. 
g 13 Wall. 243, ex parte McNeil. 
a 99 U. S. 381, Van Norden v. 
Morton. 



ROBINSON, CATHCART v. See Cathoart i). Robinson. 
BOBINSON, COIT T. See Coit v. Robinson. 
ROBINSON, HARRIS v. See Harris v. Robinson. 
ROBINSON V. NOBLE, 8 P. 198. 

Tender of payment, a 



Damages for failure to pay. 6 
ROBY, PROOT V. See Pront d. Roby. 
ROCCA, THE OREGON v. See Oregon, The, -o. Rocca. 
ROCHEREAU, LASERE v. See Lasere v. Roohereau. 
ROCHESTER, BLIGHT v. See Blight v. Rochester. 
BOCK, RAILROAD CO. v. See Railroad Co. v. Rook. 



a 5 Wall. 678, Thompson v. Riggs 
b 16 Wall. 502, P. Bank v. U. Bank 



ROCK CREEK v. STRONG, 93 U. S. 29, 



Statutes ; when directory, a 
Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads; recitals; conditions; es- 
toppel ; bona-iide holders. 6 



a 99 U. S. 217, Sup'v'rs v Galbralth 
6 99 U. S. 683, Ork-ans v. Piatt. 
6 99 U. S. 686, Lyons w. Mnnson. 



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ROCKHOtD V. ROCKHOtD, 93 V. 

Supreme Convt ; writ of error 
to State courts; Federal questions 
arisins: out of the civil war. a 



s. lao. 

a 92 U. S. 287, Ins.Co.w.Hendren. 
a 93 U. S. 589. U. S. ». Tliompson. 
a 98 U. S. 333, Bank v. McVeigli. 

BODES, BBONSON v. See Bronson v. Eodes. 
KODGEBS, ITIiE v. See Lyle v. Rodgers. 
BODMAN, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Rodman. 
BODRIGUEZ V. TJ. S., 1 "Wall. 691. 



California; Mexican titles; fail- 
ure to contest survey, a 

BOEMEB V. SIMON, 95 V. S. 314. 

Patent law ; examination of wit- 
nesses ; notice ; obiections, when 
waived, a 



a 18 Wall. 269, Henshaw v. Bissell. 



a 101 IT. S. 492, Mach. Co. u. Keith 



BOGEBS V. BtJBEINGTON, 3 Wall. 654. 



Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads in Iowa ; powers of the Legis- 
lature to authorize, a 

Municipal corporations ; legisla- 
tive control over. 6 



a 4 Wall. 274, Mitchell c.Burl'ton. 
a 5 Wall. 779, Sup'v'rs v. Schenlj. 
6 10 Wall. 52, R.R.ii.Meni.E.E. 
a 10 Wall. 663, St. Joseph w Rosers 
a 17 Wall. 330, U. S. v. R. R. Co. 



BOGEBS, EAELY v. See Early v. Rogers. 
BOGEBS, liEE CO. V. See Lee Co. v. Rogers. 
BOGEBS V. MABSHAX, 1 Wall. 644. 



Bill of exceptions, a 
Instructions to jui-y. 



a 2 Wall. 338, Harvey v. Tyler. 
b 16 Wall. .516, Tweed's Case. 
a 93 U. S. 54, Beaver v. Taylor. 
a 93 U. S. 295. R. R. Co. v. Horst. 



a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill v. Petty. 
6 91 U. S. 701, The Colorado, 
c 92 U. S. 438, The America. 



BOGEBS v. ST. CHABLES, 19 H. 113. 

Supreme Court; amount in con- 
troversy, a 
Collision ; rate of speed. 6 
Apportionment of damages, c 

BOGEBS, ST. JOSEPH TOWNSHIP v. See St. Joseph Township v. Rogers. 
BOGEBS, SUPEBVISOBS v. See Supervisors v. Rogers. 
BOGEBS, U. S. T. See U. S. v. Rogers. 
BOGEBS, WAISH V. See Walsh v. Rogers. 
BOMEEO V. V. S., 1 WaU. 743. 
California ;_Mexican titles ; ter- 1 a 6 Wall. 435, Mumford «. Wardell. 



mination of Mexican rule, a 

BOMXE V. CASANOVA, 91 TJ. S. 379. 

Supreme Court; writ of error I a 92 U. S. 724, McSteav Friedman, 
to State court ; Federal question, a \ 

BONKENDOBE v. TAYI.OB, 4 P. 358. 

Tax titles, a I o 9 H. 256, Mason v. Fearson. 

I a 16 H. 615, Early v. Doe. 

BOOSEVELl V. MEYEB, 1 WaU. 513. 

Supreme Court; writ of error I a 12 Wall. 692, Trebilcockw Wilson, 
to State court; Federal question, a \ i 

BOOTS, McCABTT v. See MoOarty v. Roots. 
EOSE, HIMELEY v. See Himeley v. Rose. 



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ROSE V. HIMELT, 4 Cr. 841. 

Admiralty jurisrliction ; foreign 
ooiKlemiiation for breach of munici- 
pal laws, a 

Political question ; recognition 
of new States, b 

Constitution ; faith and credit to 
be given to judgments ; jurisdic- 
tion, c 

Prize ; condemnation, d 

Sovereign and belligerent rights. e 



a G Cr. 285, Hudson v. Gnostier. 
6 3 Wh; 303, Gelston v. Hoyr. 
c 3 H. 756, Hickcv v. Stewart, 
c 6 H. 30, Bank U. S. v. Sims, 
c 8 H. 531, Williamson v. Berry. 
d 13 H. 512, Jecker v. Montgomery 
6 14 H. 44, Kennett v. Chambers, 
e 2 Bl. 673, Prize Cases. 
e 11 "Wall. 307, Miller v. U. S. 
b 13 Wall. 649, Wiiite v. Hart, 
c IS Wall. 461, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 



BOSE V. HnOXT, S Cr. 313. 

Mandates ; second appeals. 



See Himely v. Rose. 



a 10 Wh. 434, The Santa Maria, 
a 9 P. 286, Boyee v. Grundy. 
a 12 P. 491, ex parte Sibbold. 
a 3 H. 424, Bridge Co. v. Stewart. 
a 15 H. 464, Corning v. Factory. 
a 20 H. 480, Koberts v. Cooper. 

EOSE, PEIHAM v. See Pelham v. Eose. 

BOSE, B. B. CO. V. See Eailroad v. Rose. 

EOSE, U. S. T. See V. S. v. Eose. 

EOSELIO'S EXECUTOR, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Eoseliu's Executor. 

BOSENBUBGH, TJ. S. v. See U. S. v. Eosenburgh. 

BOSS V. BABLAUB, 1 P. 663. 

Land titles ; conflicting pateijts ; 
ejectment, a 

Federal law must govern in con- 
struction of patent, b 

Doctrine of relation, c 

Ejectment on imperfect titles, d 

BOSS V. DUVAl, 13 P. 63. 

Limitations; when statute be- 
gins to run; repeal of saving 
clause, a 

U. S. courts ; lien of judgments ; 
the laws of the States a rule of 
decision. 6 

BOSS, HOGAX V, See Hogan v. Eoss. 
BOSS, M'CHnSG T. See M'Clnng d. Ross. 
BOSS, PABKS V. See Parks v. Eoss. 
BOSS V. BEED, 1 Wh. 488. 

Jurisdiction of special boards. a\ aS Wall. 83, U. S. v. Speed. 
BOSS, TJ. S. V. See U. S. v. Eoss, 
BOTHWELI. V. DEWEE8, 8 Bl. 613. 

Landlord and tenant; when pur- 
chase by tenant will enure to bene- 
fit of landlord, a 
BOUSE, HAMPTON v. See Hampton 
KOUSE, HOME OF FEIEND1.ESS v 



a 13 P. 446, Bagnell v. Broderiok. 
b 13 P. 509, Wilcox v. Jackson. 
c 4 H. 456, Les Bois v. Bramell. 
a 18 H. 21, KisseH v. Scliools. 
d 19 H. 334, Bryan v. Forsyth, 
c 21 H. 240, French v. Spenser. 

a 7 H. 778, Lewis v. Lewis. 
6 2 Bl. 442, Ward v. Cliamberlain. 
6 2 Bl. 603, Leffingwell D.Warren. 
a 17 Wall. 600, Sohn v. Watterson. 



a 95 U. S. 455, Williams v. Mollis. 



. Eouse. 
See Home of Friendless v. Eouse. 



BOUSE, MONBEBGEB V. See Lionberger v. Eouse. 



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KOUSE, WASHINGTON VS. v. See Washington University v. Rouse. 
ROUSMANIEBE, HUNT v. »See Hunt v. Eonsmaniere. 
ROUSSEAU, WILSON v. See Wilson «. Eousseau. 
ROWAN V. KUNNEtS, 5 H. 138. 

Slavery; validity of notes for pur- a 5 H. 141, Truly ». Wanzer. 
chase of slaves imported into Missis- a 6 H. 5, Sims ». Hundley, 
sippi after 1833 ; construction of the 6 7 H. 817, Nesmith v. Sheldon. 
Mississippi constitution, a b 16 H. 432, L. Ins. Co. u.Debolt. 

When U. S. courts are not bound 6 IS H. 595, Rease v. Peek, 
by decisions of the State courts, b b 1 Wall. 393, Meyer j; Muscatine 

b 100 U. S. 53, Fairfield « Gallatin 
6 101 U. S. 686, Douglass v. Pike. 



RUBBER CO. V. GOODYEAR, 6 WaU. 155. 



Supreme Court ; supersedeas. 
Pinal decrees, b 



a 10 Wall. 289, Slaughter-House 
Cases. 

a 12 Wall. 99, French ». Shoe- 
maker. 

a 12 Wall. 149, Bigler v. Waller. 

b 13 Wall. 56, Wheeler v. Harris. 

a 21 Wall. 30, Jerome ». McCarter 

a 93 U. S. 88, Kitchen i>. Eaii- 
dolph. 



RUBBER CO. T. GOODTEAB, 9 Wall. 788. 



Parent View; fraud in reissue; 
how question raised, a 
Protits; infringement. 6 
Bills of review, c 
Cross-bills, d 



a 11 Wall. 492, Eureka Co. ». Bai- 
ley Co. 
a 11 Wall. 543, Seymour »Osborne 
a 12 Wall. 64, R.E. Co. ». Dubois 
b 97 U. S. 139, Elizabeth v. Pave- 
ment Co. 
c 100 U. S. 107, Kicker v. Powell. 
d 101 U. S. 641, R. R. Co. v. U. S. 

RUBBER PENCrL CO. v. HOWARD, 80 WaU. 498. 

Patent law ; " inventions." a , j a 92 U. S. 353, Eeckendorfer ». Pa- 

I ber. 

RUDEN, MABTTLAND INS. CO. T. See Maryland Ins. Co. v. Ruden. 

RUGGI.es, PROUTY v. See Prouty v. Ruggles. 

RUI.B, PARKER V. See Parker v. Rule. 

RUMBALl, N. T. & TJX. S. S. CO. v. See Ne-wTOrk & Liv. S. S. Ob. U.Rnmbali. 

RUNDIE V. DEL. & RARITAN CANAl, 14 H. SO. 

U. S. courts ; jurisdiction ; cor- I a 16 H. 325, Marshall v. Bait. & 
porations. a | Ohio R. R. 

RUNNELS, HARRIS v. See Harris v. Runnels. 

RUNNELS, ROWAN v. See Rowan v. Runnels. 

RUNYON V. COSTER, 14 P. 188. 

a 15 H. 400, MeDonough v. Miir- 



Corporations ; rights in other 
States, a 



doch. 
a 101 U. S. 354, Chris. Un. ».Yount 

RUSH V. PARKER, 5 Cr. 887. 

Supreme Court ; value of matter | a 21 H. 392, Eichm'd v. Milwaukee 
In dispute ; affidavits showing, a | a 6 Wall. 442, The Grace Girdler. 



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BCSSEIX, EX PARTE, 13 WaU. 664. 

Court of Claims; conclusiveness 
of its jutlgmeuts. a 

Supreme Court; at what time 
tliey will hear motions to dismiss. 6 

New trials in Court of Claims; 
ettect on pending appeals, c 



a 22 Wall. 647. U. S. u. O'Giady. 
b 23 Wall. 2SS, Thomas v. Wool- 

d ridge, 
c 94 U. S. 259, U. S. v. Young, 
b 94 U. S. 493, Clark v. Hancock, 
c 95 U. S. 642, Young v. U. S. 



BUSSEti, BEEBE v. See Beebe v. Russell. 
BIJSSEII., CHRISTMAS v. See Oliristmas v. Eussell. 
RUSSELL V. CliABK, 7 Cr. 69. 

Guaranty ; letters of credit, a 
Equity t)leading ; answer. 6 
Parties, c 

U. S. courts; citizenship ; formal 
parties will not gust jurisdiction, d 



Equity ; remedy complete at law ; 
dismissal by court of its own mo- 
tion, e 



a 7 P. 117, Douglass v. Eeynolds. 

a 10 P. 491, Lee«. Dick. 

6 10 P. 497, Brown v. Swann. 

a 12 P. 212, Adams u. Jones. 

a 1 H. 180, Bell v. Briien. 

c S H. 409, West o. Smith. 

f 17 H. 137, Shields v. Barrow. 

d 18 H. 468, Wood v. DavH. 

e 19 H. 276, Hipp v. Bahin. 

c 16 Wall. 450, Kiboii v. Railroad. 

. Russell. 



a 94 U. S. 606, Russell v. Place. . 
a 102 U. S. 130, Ball v. Langles. 

a 9 Wall. 270, Swain v. Seamens. 
6 16 Wall. 517, Tweed's Case, 
c 17 Wall. 411, Reed v. Gardner. 



BUSSEti, CliARKE v. See Clarke 
BUSSEIil V. DODGE, 93 V. S. 460. 

Patent law; specifications; re- 
issue, a 

BUSSELI. V. ELY, a Bl. 578. 

Statute of frauds ; " interest in 
land." a 
Instructions to the jury. 6 
Bills of exception, c 

BUSSEIX, HALL, v. See Hall v. Eussell. 

RUSSELL, HAMILTON v. See Hamilton ». Russell. 

BUSSELL, KLEIN v. See Klein v. Russell. 

BUSSELL, O'DOWD V. See O'Dowd d. Eussell. 

EUSSELL V. SOUTHARD, 18 H. 139. 

U. S. courts; equityjurisdietion. a a 13 H. 270, Neves u. Scott. 
Mortgages; when transaction sale 6 16 H. 566, Soutliardu. Rnssell. 
or mortgage; extrinsic ovidence. 6 6 19 H. 293, Babcock w. Wyman . 

Supreme Court; will not consider c 1 Bl. 489, U. S. v. Knight, 
any evidence except that in the b 12 Wall. 339, Villa v. Rodriguez. 
record, c b 15 Wall. 110, Morgan v. Shinn. 

6 96 U. S. 336. Peugh v. Davis. 
b 97 U. S. 627, Howland v. Blake. 
6 98 U. S. 516, Brick v. Brick. 

RUSSELL, SOUTHARD v. See Southard v. Russell . 

BUSSELL, U. S. V. See U. S. e. Eussell. 

BUTHEEEOED v. FISHER, 4 Dall. 83. 

Supreme Court; final decrees, a | 11 H. 23, U. S. v. Girault. 

RUTHERFORD v. GEDDES, 4 Wall. 880. 

Depositions; against whom they I a 10 Wall. 435, Tappan u Beardsley 
can be read, a I 



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BUTHEKFORD v. GKEEN, 2 Wh. 303. 



Legislative power; statutes ought 
not to be, construed so sis to divest 
riglits of property, a 

Land titles by act of Congress; 
wlien legal title vests, b 



BYAIf V. BENBLEY, 1 Wall. 66. 

Supreme Court; amount In con- 
troversy, a 

U. S. courts; evidence; rule of 
decision . 6 

BTAir T. CABTEB, 93 V. S. TS. 

Land grants; act of Congress 
passes the title as well as a patent. 
a 



a 6 P. 733, U. S. v. Arredondo. 
6 12 P. 294, Galloway v. Finlcy. 
h 12 H. 72, Lessieur b. Price. 
h 17 H. 552, Fremont v. U. S. 
6 21 H. 278, Dicliens ». Mahana. 
h 21 Wall. 60, Schulenberg v. 

Harriman. 
6 21 Wall. 531, Langdeau v Haiies 
b 91 U. S. 333, Shipley w. Cowan. 
6 101 U. S. 509, Hall v. Eussell. 

a 95 U. S. 695, Thompson j;. But- 
ler. 

6 102 U. S. 165, Potter v. National 
Bank. 



a 93 U. S. 663, Tameling «. U. S. 

Freehold Co. 
a 95 U. S. 535, Morrow v. Whitney 
a 98 U. S. 17, Palmer v. Low. 



BTAN T. THOMAS, 4 WaU. 604. 

Supreme Coiut ; writ of error to I a 9 Wall. 786, Carpenter ». Wil- 



liams. 



State court ; Federal question, a 
SAC CO., CBOBTWELI, v. See Cromwell v. Sao Co. 
SAC CO., SMITH V. See Smith v. Sao Co. 
SAFFOBD, CABBOIil. v. See Carroll v. Safford. 
SAGE V. CENTBAl B. B. CO., 93 U. S. 41!8. 

Supersedeas, a , I a 94 U. S. 718, Memphis ». BrowQ. 

I a 96 U. S. 712, Sage ». E. R. Co. 

SAGE T. BADLBOAD, 96 U. S. 718. 

Supreme Court; appeals; cita- I a 96 U. S. 738, Bank ». Omaha, 
tion; supersedeas, a \ 

SAIIOBS' SNUG HAKBOB, INGtlS v. See Inglls v. Sailors' Snug HarUor. 
ST. CHABIES, BOGEBS v. See Rogers v. St. Charles. 
ST. CLAIB V. tOVINGSTON, 18 WaU. 638. 

Supreme Court; final decrees, a | a 20 Wall. 654, Parcels v. Johnson. 

I a 91 U. S. 2, McComb u. Com'rs. 
ST. CLAJCB CO., MII.I.S v. See Mills v. St. Clair Co. 
ST. JAGO DE CUBA, THE, 9 Wi. 409. 



Admiralty jurisdiction ; maritime 
contracts, a 

Master ; hypothecation of ship in 
foreign port. 6 

When claims against vessel are 
super.acded by forfoitui'e. c 

Innocent purchase without notice 
of forfeiture, d. 



a 5 H. 432, Waring «. Clark, 
a 6 H. 378, St. Nav. Co. u. Bank. 
6 19 H. 25, Thomas v. Osborn. 
c 7 Wall. 159, The Siren. 
6 10 Wall. 212, The Kalorama. 
A 11 Wall. 368, The Distilled 

Spirits. 
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ST. JOHN V. PAINE, 10 H. 557. 

Collision ; sailing vessels and 
steamboats, a 
Rate of speed. 6 
Lookouts, c 



a 17 H. 153, Monticello v. MoUlson. 
a 18 H. 224, The New York v. Rue. 
a 18 H. 571, The Oregon v. Rocca. 
6 19 H. 109, Rogers?; The St Char's 
a 21 H. 385, S. S. Co. w. Rumball. 
a 22 H. 472, Trans. Co. v. Nav. Co. 
a 2 Wall. 545, The Ann Caroline, 
c 3 Wall. 273, The Ottawa. 
a 4 Wall. 511, Bentley v. Coyne. 
a 9 Wall. 153, Tlie Johnson. 
a 9 Wall. 422, The Fairbanks. 



ST. JOSEPH'S TOWNSHIP v. B06EBS, 16 WaU. 644. 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads ; conditions ; recitals ; bona- 
fide holders ; estoppel, a 

There must be legislative author- 
ity ; election by " majority of legal 
voters." 6 

ST. LAWRENCE, THE, 1 Bl. 585. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; lien for 
repairs, a 

Waiver. 6 

Limits to the admiralty jurisdic- 
tion, c 

What liens the States can create 
and the U. S. courts will enforce, d 



a 92 U. S. 492, Coloma v. Eaves. 
a 92 U. S. 499, Venice v. Murdock. 
a 94 U. S. 206, Com'rs v. January. 
6 94 U. S. 262, S. Ottawa?). Perkins 
a 94 U. S. 287, Com'rs v. Clark. 
6 95 U. S. 369, Cass Co. v Johnston 



a 2 Bl. 583, The Potomac. 

6 5 Wall. 561, Bird of Paradise. 

a 7 Wall. 641, The Belfast. 

c 11 Wall. 24, Lis. Co. v, Dunham 

d 11 Wall. 192, Leon v. Galceran. 

d 13 Wall. 243, ex parte McNeil. 

a 18 Wall. 304, Atkins v. Disnite- 

grating Co. 
d 20 Wall. 219, The Lotta wanna. 
a 21 Wall. 575, Tlie Lotta wanna. 

ST. LOUIS, CARONDELET v. See Carondelet v. St. Louis. 

ST. LOTUS V. FERRT CO., 11 WaU. 423. 

Constitution ; taxing power of | a 100 U. S. 497, Kirtland v. Hotch- 
the States, a \ kiss. 

ST. LOUIS PACKET CO. v. See Packet Co. u. St. Louis. 

ST. LOUIS BANK, DECATUR BANK v. See Decatur Bank v. St, Louis Bank. 
ST. LOUIS PUB. SCHOOLS, KISSELL v. See Kissell v. St. Louis Pub. Schools. 
ST. NICHOLAS, THE, 1 Wli. 417. 

Prize; fraudulent claim, a \ab Wli. 130, The Vonus. 

Confi.icatioii therefor, b I 6 8 P. 496, Carrington v. Ins. Co. 

ST. PAUL CO., MINNESOTA CO. v. See Minnesota Co. v. St. Paul Co. 
SALAMANCA, WILSON v. See Wilson v. Salamanca. 
SALAMON, STEWART v. See Stewart v. Salamon. 
SALAMON V. U. S., 19 Wall. 17. 

Court of Claims; jurisdiction ; i a 101 U. S. 549, R. R. Co. v. U. S. 
implied contracts, a I 

SALISBURY, EASTON v. See Easton v. Salisbury. 
SALLY, THE, U. S. v. See U. S. o. The Sally. 
SALLY, THE, 8 Cr. 384. 



Prize; "enemy's property." a 
Municipal forfeiture does not dis- 
place law of prize, h 
17 



a 2 Bl. 674, Prize Cases. 

b 5 Wall. 376, The Hampton. 



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SAXMON TAllS CO. V. GODDAKD, 

Statute of frauds ; memorandum 
of afrreement. a 



14 H. 446. 

a 95 U. S. 292, Beckwith v. Talbot. 
a 99 U. S. Ill, Grafton v. Cum- 
mings. 

SAiX CO. V. EAST SAGINAW, 13 WaU. 373. 

Constitution; obligation of con- 
tracts ; exemption from taxation ; 
licenses, a 

SALTMAKSH v. TUTHIM,, 18 H. 389. 



a 97 U. S. 542, Welch v. Cools. 



Supreme Court ; supersedeas. 



a 10 Wall. 292, Slaugiiter-House 

a 12 Wall. 100, French "v. Shoe- 
maiker. 

SAXXMABSH v. TUTHIXI., 13 H. 839. 

Negotiable paper ; party to can- I a 1 Wall. 173, Sweeney v. Easter, 
not discredit by his own teslimony.ct | 
SAITONSTAM., STOKES v. See Stokes v. Saltonstall. 
SAMPLE V. BAKNES, 14 H. 73. 

Equity ; defense cannot be set up 
which has been tried' at law. a 
Laches. 6 

SAMPSON V. PEASIiEB, 80 H. 574. 

Duties; appraisement; parol evi- 
dence, a 

SAMPSON V. W^EiSH, 84 H. 807. 

Supreme Court ; value of matter 
in dispute, a 

SAMUEt, THE, 1 Wl. 9. 

Admiralty; informations, a 
Supreme Court ; reversals ; form 
of. 6 
Admiralty jurisdiction, c 



a 94 U. S. 6.58, Grim v. Handley. 
b 95 U. S. 161, Brown v. Buena 
Vista. 

a 24 H. 525, Belcher v. Linn. 



a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill v. Petty. 
a 95 U. S. 696, Thompson v Butler 



9 Wli. 399, The Merino. 

4 H. 148, Garland v. D ivls. 

6 H. 378, St. Nav. Co. v. Bank. 

7 Wall. 638, The Belfast. 

8 Wall. 26, The Eagle. 
a 20 Wall. 110, Confiscation Cases. 

SAN ANTONIO T. MAHEFFY, 96 U. S. 312. 



a 99 U. 
a 101 U. 



Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads; recitals; estoppel; bona- 
fide purchasers, a • 

SANDERS, KBEtEY v. See Keeley 1). Sanders. 
SANDERSON, PECK v. See Peclc v. Sanderson, 
SANDPORD, SCOTT v. See Scott v. Sandford. ' 
SANDFOBD, WILSON v. See Wilson v. Sandford. 
SANDIPORD, TAYLOE v. See Tayloe v. Sandiford. 
SANDUSKY V. NATIONAL BANK, 83 WaU. 893. 



S. 682, Orleans v. Piatt. 
S. 204, Pompton b Cooper 
Union. 



Bankruptcy; supervisory juris- a 03 U. S. 
diction of Circuit Court ; not re- a 94 U. S 
viewable by Supreme Court, a a 98 U. s". 
SANGER, NEWHALL v. See NewHall v. Sanger. 
SANGER V. UPTON, 91 U. S. 56. 



348, Wiswall v Campbell 
322, Hill V. Thompson. 
369, Ins. Co. v. Ins. Co. 



Corporations ; stockholders : 
paid subscriptions, a 



a 01 U. S. 71, Webster v. Upton. 
a 95 U. S.'G67, Chubb v. Upton. 
a 96 U. S. 329, Pullman v. U])ton. 



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SAN PEDRO, THE, 2 Wll. 141. 

Supreme Courts appeals; juris- 
diction; act of 1803. a 

Citation, b 

Equity cases reviewed by appeal ; 
law cases by writ of error, c 

SANTA MARIA, THE, 10 WU. 431. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a 
Mandate; interest; when given. 6 
Second appeal, c 



a 16 P. 452, Parish v. Ellis. 
b 6 H. 88, Villabolas u. U. S. 
c 12 Wall. 442, Walker v. Drevillc- 
a 16 Wall. 342, Merrill v. Petty. 
a 20 Wall. 622, Murdock«Memphis 



a 3 P. -316, Canter e. Ins. Co. 
6 9 P. 286, Boyce v. Grundy. 
c 12 P. 491, ex paHe Sibbald. 
c 3 H. 424, Bridge Co. v. Stewart. 
c 6 H. 40, Bank U. S. v. Moss, 
■c 15 H. 464, Corning M.Iron Pac'y. 
c 20 H. 480, Robertas;. Cooper, 
c 12 Wall. 129, JsToonan v. Bradley, 
c 96 U. S. 462, The Lady Pike. 



SANTISSIMA TRINIDAD, THE, 7 Wlu 337. 



War; recognition of belligeren- 
cy, a 

Claims against ship forfeited to 
the government. 6 

U. S.; civil war; belligerent and 
sovereign rights, c 

Captures in neutral waters, d 

SAPPHIRE, THE, 11 Wall. 164. 

Collision; watch, a 

SARAH, THE, 8 Wll. 391. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; seizures 
on land; trial by jury, a 

Supreme Court; reversal where 
court below was without jurisdic- 
tion, b 



a 2 Bl. 669, Prize Cases. 
6 7 Wall. 161, The Siren, 
c 11 Wall. 307, Miller v. U. S. 
a 96 U. S. 190, Williams u.Bruffy 
d 101 U. S. 42, The Florida. 



a 102 U. S. 202, The Clara. 

a 1 P. 549, U. S. V. Casks of Wine 
a 6 Wall. 764, Un. Ins. Co. «. U.S. 
a 7 Wall. 462, Confiscation Cases. 
a 8 Wall. 26, The Eagle. 
a 10 Wall. .543, ex parte Graham . 
a 16 Wall. 165, Garnharts v. U. S. 
b 23 Wall. 1G4, Stickney v. Wilt. 
a 99 U. S. 374, U. S.w. Winchester. 

SARAH ANNE, THE, NEW ENGLAND INS. CO. v. See.New England Ins. 
Co. «. The Sarah Anne. 



SATTERtEE v. BtATTHEWSON, 8 P. 

Retrospective and curative legis- 
lation, a 

Supreme Court; writ of error to 
State courts; Federal question b 



380. 

a ,8P, 
6 10P, 
all P, 



108, Wiitson V. Mercer. 

391, Crowell v. Randell. 

536, Charles Riv. Bridge v. 
Warren Bridge. 
a 10 H. 396, R. R. Co.u. Nesbit. 
a 10 H. 532, E. Hart. d. Hart. 3r. 
a I Wall. 204, GelpcUq v. Dubuque 
a 7 Wall. 624, Beloit v. Morgan. 
a 8 Wall. 602, Drehman v. Stifle. 
a 23 Wall. 147, Randell u.Kreiger. 



SAUERWEIN, BKAUN v. See Braun v. Sauerwein. 
SATILET v. SHEPHERD, 4 WaU. 507. 



Trial without jury; findings of 
facts ; review of. a 
Alluvion, b 



a 15 Wall. 438, Richmond «. Smith 
a 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
6 23 Wall. 68, St.Clairw.Lov'ston. 



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SAHNDBBS V. GOUtD, 4 P. 398. 

Certificates of division, a | a 7 H. 190, U. S. ». Chicago. 

I a 2 Bl. 435, Ward v. Chamberlain. 

SAtTNDEBS, OGDEN v. See Ogden d. Saunders. 
SAUVBNET, WAI-KEK v. See Walker o. Sanvenet. 
SAVAGE, TATIiOR v. See Taylor v. Sayage. 
SAVIEGO, McKINNET T. See McKinney v. Sarlego. 
SATTGNAC T. GARRISON, 18 H. 136. 

Missouri titles ; lots in St. Louis.a | a 10 Wall. 116, Schools ». Kisley, 
SAVINGS BANK T. COIiLECTOB. See Bank for SaTings «. Odllector. 
SAVINGS BANK, CONCORD v. See Conoord v. Sayings Bank. 
SAVINGS BANK, MOULTRIE v. See Monltrie d. Savings Bank. 
SAVINGS INST., TEATMAN v. See Yeatman v. Sayings Inst. 
SAWTEB V. HOAG, 17 WaU. 610. 



Corporations ; capital stock; 
trnst fund for creditors, a 



a 91 U. S. 48, Upton v. Trebilcock 
a 92 U. S. 366, Soammon v. Kim- 
ball. 

SATTTTER y. TURPIN, 91 U. S. 114. 

Bankruptcy; preferences, a | a 101 U. S. 743, Stewart v. Piatt. 
SATBB, GREGG v. See Gregg i). Sayre. 
SCALES, McGOON y. See MoGoon u. Scales. 

SCHAEEBR, LIBB INS. CO. y. See Oonn. Mut. Life Ins. Go. v. Schaefer. 
SCHALL, EOSDICK y. See Fosdick i). Schall. 
SCHEIMER, HOOPER y. See Hooper v. Scheimer. 
SCHENCK, SUPERVISORS y. See Superyisors v. Schenok. 
SCHIMMELPENNICH y. BAYARD, 1 P. 884. 

Negotiable paper ; acceptance, a | a 4 P. 118, Boyce v. Henry. 
SCHMEIDER, BARNEY V. See Barney v. Schmeider. 
SCHOLEY y. RBW, 83 WaU. 331. 

Constitution ; " direct taxes ; " I a 102 TT. 8. 601, Springer v. U. S. 
succession tax. a \ 

SCHOOLS, THB, y. RISLEY, lO WaU. 115. 

Instructions to jury, a I a 16 Wall. 517, Tweed's Case. 

Alluvion. 6 | 6 23 Wall. 68, St.Clairc.Lov'ston. 

SCHOOL DEBBCTORS, HEPBURN y. See Hepburn v. School Directors. 
SCHUCHARDT y. ALI.EN, 1 WaU. 359. 



Instructions ; province of the 
jury to pass on evidence, a 

Refusing new trial not assign- 
able for error. 6 

When the court is bound to sub- 
mit a case to the jury, t 



o 9 Wall. 202, Hickman v. Jones. 
6 13 Wall. 604, Ins. Co. ». Barton. 
c 14 Wall. 448, Imp. Co.»Munsoii 
6 IS Wall. 251, Ins. Co. v. Folsoin 
c 22 Wall. 121, Pleasants v. Fant. 
c 91 U. S. 365, Arthur v. Cura- 

ming. 
6 93 U. S. 301, E. R. Co. v. Horst. 
c 94 U. S. 285, Comm'rs v. Clark, 
c 100 U. S. 27, K. B. Co. v. Fraloff 
6 102 U. S. 120, R.R. Co.«. Heck. 

SCHUCHARDT y. THE ANGELIQUE, 19 H. 841. 

Admiralty; sale of the res; sur- | a 20 Wall. 223, The Lottawanna. 
plus; distribution, a | a 21 Wall. 582, The Lottawanna. 



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SCHXTLBNTBEBG v. HAKRIMAN, 81 

Grants by Congi-ess to the States 
for railroad purposes; conveyances 
to the companies, a 

When title vests ill the State. 6 

Statutes ; words must receive 
their usual meaning, c 

Grants on conditions subsequent ; 
office found, d 



Wall. 44. 

a 92 U. S. 65, Farnsworth » Min. 

& Pile. R. R. 
& 92U. S. 741, Leav.R.R.w. U.S. 
c 93 U. S. 638, Heydenfeldt ». 

Daiiev Gold Co. 
d 97 U. S. 218, McMickeii u. U. S. 
b 97 U. S. 496, Mo., &b., R. R. Co. 

u.Pac. R.R.Co. 
6 99 U. S. 475, R. R. Co. v Ailing. 
6 101 U. S. 503, Hall c. Russell. 



SCHUKMIER, BAJXROAD v. See Railroad v. Sohnrmier. 
SCHtJTTE, BAJXROAD CO. v. See Railroad Co. v. Setiutte. 
SCHXTTLEB CO. V. THOMAS, 98 U. S. 169. 

County and municipal bonds in 



a 100 U. S. 592, Cass Co. v. Gillett. 
a 1 01 D. S. 203, Pompton v. Union 



aid of railroads; coiulltions; elec- 
tions ; recitals ; bona-flde holders, a 

SCOTIA, THE, 14 Wall. 170. 

Collision ; sailing vessels, and I a 91 U. S. 204, The Free State. 
steamers, a | 

SCOTtAND CO. V. THOMAS, 94 V. S. 687. 



Municipal and county bonds in 
aid of railroads ; effect of consoli- 
dation on subscription, a 

Election by two-thirds of the 
lawful voters, b 

Effect of adoption of new consti- 
tution on subscriptions, c 



SCOTT T. JOITES, 5 H. 343. 

Writ of error to State court; Fed- 
eral question, a 

SCOTT, ilOTD V. See Lloyd v. Scott. 
SCOTT V. 1,1-OirD, 12 P. 149. 

Jury ; evidence ; competency ; 
release of witness, a 
Suffleii.'ncy of evidence. 6 



a 94 U. S. 806, East Lincoln v. 

Davenport 
6 95 U. S. 624, Henry v. Nicholay 
c 96 U. S. 685, Ray v. Missouri, 
c 98 U. S. 173, Schuyler u Thomas 
c 99 U. S. 220, Sup'rs v. Galbraith 
b 99 U. S. 504, Wilson v. Sala- 
manca. 
a 101 U. S. 91, Empire v Darling- 
ton. 
a 101 U. S. 202, Pompton C.Union. 
a 102 U. S. 95, Menasha u Hazard. 

a 12 H. 4, Miner's Bank v. Iowa. 
a 10 Wall. 510, Messenger v. Mason 



a 13 P. 217. Stein ». Bowman. 
6 3H. 71, Walker v. Bank, 
as 4H. 413, Smythe u. Strader. 
a 5H. 94, Bridges B. Armor. 



SCOTT V. lUNT, 6 P. 349. 

Supreme Court ; value of matter j a 17 H. 21, Olney ». The Falcon, 
in conti'oversy. a I 

SCOTT, NEVES V. Neves v. Scott. 
;SCOTT T. EATI/UTE, 6 P. 86. 

Land titles; effect of patent in- ] a 14 Wall. 143, Armstrong wMorrQl 
eluding a prior claim, a I 

SCOTT V. SANDFORD, 19 H. 393. 

Jurisdiction; consent cannot I a 16 WaU. 346, Merrill ». Petty, 
give, a I 



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SCULL V. U. S., 98 U. S. 410. 

Loiiiniiina ; imperfect French and 
Spanish grants; act of 1860. a 



a 101 rj. S. 706. D'Auterive«.U. S- 
a 101 U. S. 825, U. S. v. Claymoi'- 
gan. 



SEA, INS. CO. V. see Ins. Co. v. Sea. 
SEABUKT, ITELK- v. See Field v. Seabnry. 
SEA I/ION, THE, 5 "WaU. 648. 

The civil \vai-; ooramercial in- I a 6 Wall. 5S1, Ouachita Cotton, 
tercom-se ; license to trade, a \ a 7 Wall. 55&, Coppell i>. Hall. 

SEAMAN, U. S. V. See tJ. S. v. Seaman. 

SEAMANS, SWAIN v. See Swain u. Seamans. 

SEARIGHT V. STOKES, 3 H. 151. 

Postmaster-General; powers over 



a 3 H. 740, Neil v. Ohio. 

b 1-2 H. 296, Achison i;. Haddleston 



the mnil. a 

Postal compact between the U. 
S. and the States. & 
SEABS, FENWICK v. SeeFenwioki). Sears. 
SEAVER TT. BIGEX.OWS, 5 Wall. 208. 

Supreme Court; value of matter i a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill v. Petty, 
in dispute, a \ o 100 U. S. 148, Pav'gCo. v Mulford 

SEA W^IXCH, 6 'WaU. 848. 

Blockade; capture for violating, a | a 7 Wall. 360,. The Diana. 

SECOMBE, EX PAKTB, 19 H. 9. 

Mandamus to restore attorney ; a 4 Wall. 379, ex parte Garland, 
power of courts over attorneys, a al Wall. 377, ex parte Bradley. 

a 7 Wall. 535, Randall v. Brighara. 

SECOMBE V. STEELE, 80 H. lOO. 

Equity ; specific performance ; I a 20 H. 463, Stinson ». Dousman. 
time; whenof essence of contract, a \ 

SECRETAKT T. McGARKAHAN, 9 WaU. 305. 

U. S. courts ; mandamus against : a 9 Wall. 577, Litchfield rKegister 
officers, a o 13 Wall. 249, Bath Co. v. Amy. 

! a 17 Wall. 609, U. S. v. Boutwetl. 
a 19 Wall. 660, Heine u. Levee Com. 
a 93 U. S. 173, French v. Fyan. 
'a 101 U. S. 475, Marauez v. Frisbie. 

SECBIST V. GREEN, 3 WaU. 749. 

State laws; judicial notice, a j a 8 Wall. 531, Carpenter u Dexter 



Acknowledgments of deeds, b I 6 10 Wall. 32, Little v. Herndon. 
SEDGWICK, PHIPPS v. See Phipps v. Sedgwiolc. 
SEDGWICK, W^HF.ET.ER v. See Wheeler v. Sedgwick. 
SEGTJI, U. S. V. See U. S. ii. Seffui. 
SEIiDEN, MERCER v. -See Mercer ». Selden. 
SELDEN, SHEETS v. See Sheets v. Selden. 
SELMA & M. R. R. CO. v. LOUISIANA NATIONAL BANK, 94 U. S. 858. 

Supreme Court ; docketing tran- I a 102 U. S. 576, Edwards v. U. S. 
script, a \ 

SEMMES V. HARTFORD INS. CO., 13 WaU. 169. 

Limitations ; suspension during I a 15 Wall. 184, Brown v. Hiatts. 
the civil war. a | a 22 Wall. 587, Eoss v. Jones. 



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SEMMES V. U. S., 91 U. S. 81. 

Amnesty and pardon ; coiiflsca- a 92 U. S. 214, Wallacli v. V.in Ris - 
tlon. a wick. 

a 99 U. S. 140, Biirbank». Semuics 

S£K£ T. PITOT, 6 Cr. 333. 

U. S. courts; citizenship; as- I a 9 Wall. 393, Biishnell w Kenned)' 
signees; sec. 11 judiciary act. a | a99U. S. 400, Smitli v. R. R. Co. 

SERBANO V. U. S., 5 WaU. 461. 

California; Mexican land titles; | a 92 U. S. 476, Miller «. Dale, 
•'equities'' again.st the U. S. a, | 
SESSIONS V. JOHNSON, 95 U. S. 347. 

Joint contract; judgment, a | a 99 U. S. 45, U. S. v. Ames. 
SETON, MECHANICS' BANK v. See Mechanics' Bank u. Seton. 
SEXON, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Seton. 



SEVIER T. HASKEI.E, 14 Wall. 18. 

Snpreme Court ; writ of error to 
State court; Federal question, a 



a 14 Wall. 666, Delmas». Ins. Co. 
a 93 U. S. 121, H. Ins.Co. v. Citv. 
a 102 U. S. 418, Daniels u Tearney 

SETTING MACHINE CO. CASE, 18 Wall. 563. 



Removals ; act of 1867. a 

SEXTON v. WHEATON, 8 W^h. 848 

YoUmtary and fraudulent con- 
veyances, a 
Creditors' bills. 6 



a 21 WaU. 43, Vannevar v. Bryant. 



\ 



SEXTON, WHEATON v, 

SETBEKT T. PITTSBITBG, 1 Wall. S 

Municipal subscriptions in aid of 
railroads; power to issue negotia- 
ble bonds, a 

SETMOUR V. FREER, 6 WaU. 888. 

Supreme Court ; appeal bond, a 



a 11 Wh. 199, Hindeu. Longvvorth. 
a 12 P. 178. Clarke v. White, 
a 7 H. 227, McLaughlin u. Bank- 
et 13 H. 97, Parish v. Murphree. 
a 6 Wall. 313, Clements v. Mooi-e. 
a 8 Wall. 372, Mattinglv v. Nj'e. 
a 20 Wall. 3">, Kehr v. Smil li. 
a 91 U. S. 125, Jackson v. .lackson. 
a 92 U. S. 183, Smith v. Vodges. 
6 99 U. S. 401, Smith v. R.R. Co. 
alOlU. S. 227, Jones v. Clifton. 
al02U. S. 153, Graham u R.R. Co. 
See Wieaton v. Sexton. 



a 3 Wall. 666, Rogers v Burlington 



a 7 Wall. 311, Edmonson v. Bloom- 
shire. 



SEYMOUR V. OSBORNE, 11 W^aU. 555. 



Patent law; infringement; 
"equivalents." a 

"Original inventor." 6 

Reissues; authority of tho Com- 
missioner of Patents, c 

Specifications, d 

'•Prior invention," defense of. e 

Combinations, f 



a 15 Wall. 193, Gould u. Ree.s. 

6 19 Wall. 390, Mitchell «Tighlman 

a 22 Wall. 31, Gill v. Wells. 

c 93 U. S. 464, Russell v. Dodge. 

c 94 U. S. 226, Cammeyer v. New- 
ton. 

d 94 U. S. 288, Fuller v. Yentzer. 

e 95 U. S. 215, Roemeru. Simon. 

e 97 U. S. 352, Marsh w. Seymour. 

/ 98 U. S. 39, Bates v. Coe. 

c 98 U. S. 139, Powder Co. v Pow- 
der Ci). 

c 102 U. S. 130, Ball v. Langles. 



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SETMOUK T. McCOBMICK, 16 H. 485. 



Patent law ; infringement ; prof- 
its; damages, a 



Bloom- 



a 23 H. 311, Edmonson v. 

shire. 
a 14 Wall. 650, Movvry v. Wiiitney, 
a 19 Wall. 617, Pack.Co. v. Sickles. 
o93U. S. 70, Birdsall J). Cooli(^e 

SHACKEB v. HAKTFORD FIRE INS. CO., 93 V. S. 241. 

Supreme Court ; value of matter I o 97 U. S. 565, Gray v. Blanchard. 
in dispute, a I 

SHANK.LIN V. WASHINGTON, 6 P. 390. 



Supreme Court ; writs of error ; 
agreed case, a 



SHANKS T. DTJPONT, 3 P. 348. 

Alienage ; change of allegiance ; 
domioil. a 

War ; when conquest of territory 
becomes complete, b 

Treaties; construction, c 

SHANNON, BBOWN v. See Brown v. Shannon. 
SHABP, WEBB V. See Webb ■». Sharp. 
SHATTtfCK, MALEY v. See Maley u. Shattuck. 
SHAW V. COOPEB, 7 P. 313. 

^ Patents ; public use. a 
Corrected and reissued patent 
Abandonment, c 



a 16 P. 296, U, S. v. Eliason. 

a 20 H. 434, Suydam v. Williamson. 

a 15 Wall. 437, Bichmond » Smith. 



a 20 H. 17, Jones v. McMasters. 
b 16 Wall. 434, U. S. u. Huckabee. 
c 100 U. S. 487, Hauenstein»Lyn- 
ham. 



a 97 U. S, 
clOlU. S 

SHAW, CtTLBEBTSON T. Sec Calbertson v. Shaw. 

SHAWHAN T. WHEBBITT, 7 H. 643. 

Bankruptcy ; act 1841 ; proceed- 
ings under; cannot be impeached 
collaterally, a 

Fraudulent preferences. 6. 
SHEBOTGAN, OILMAN v. See Oilman v. Sheboygan, 
SHBEHY M. MANDEEVII,I,E, 6 Cr. 353. 



a 1 H. 204, McClurg v. Kingsland. 

b 17 H. SO, Battin v. Taggert. 

c 21 H. 329, Kendall v. Winsor. 

6 2 Wall. 604, Read v. Bowman. 
134, ElizabPth v Pav. Co 
484, Mach. Co. v. Keith. 



a 20 H. 113, Com. Bank u Buckner. 
b 16 Wall. 307, Buchanan u. Smith. 
a 21 Wall. 428. Michaels v. Post. 
a 91 U. S. 661, Lamp v. Brass Co. 



Negotiable paper ; joint notes ; 
pleading, a 

Note for pre-existing debt; dis- 
charge of original cause of action, b 
SHEEtET, SMITH v. See Smith v. Sheeley. 
SHEETS V. SEIiDEN, 7 WaU. 480. 

Landlord ; right to re-enter ; re- 
lief in equity against forfeiture, a 

SHELBY V. GUY, 11 Wh. 361. 

U. S. courts ; decisions of State 
courts ; when rules of decision, a 

Limitations ; governed by law of 
the forum. 6 

"Beyond seas." c 



a 8 Cr. 33, Van Ness v. Forrest. 
6 12 P. 48, Bank of U. S. v. Daniel. 
6 6 Wall. 236, Mason v. Eldred. 



a 15 Wall. 477, Prout ». Roby. 



o 6 P. 292, Green v. Neal. 
a 4 H. 51, Beals v. Hale, 
a 7 H. 215, Smiths). Kernochan. 
6 9 H. 413, Townsendc. Jemisou. 
a 14 H. 496, Webster u. Cooper. 
a 2 Bl. 603, Leffingwell u.Warren. 
a 4 Wall. 203, Christy u.Pridgeori 
a 6 Wall. 640, Hamilton Co v Mass 
c 97 U. S. 637, Davie v. Briggs. 



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SHEtDON, CLIFTON v. See Clilton v. Sheldon. 
SHEXDON, HOYT v. SeeHoyfo. Sheldon. 
SHELDON, NESMITH v. See Nesmith 1I. Sheldon, 
SHELDON T. SILL, 8 H. 441. 

U. S. courts; sec. 11 judiciary 
act ; assignees, a 

Supreme Court; appellate juris- 
diction. 6 

U. S. courts; jurisdictional facts 
must be averred, c 



SHEPHERD, COV. BRIDGE CO 

SHEPHERD, SAULET v. See Saulet v. Shepherd. 

SHEPLEY V. COWAN, 91 IT. S. 340. 

Public lauds; jurisdiction of the 
land officers, a 

Wlien a person is regarded as the 
eijuitable owner. 6 



a IG H. 6.W, Deohler v. Dodge. 
a 21 H. 576, White v. Vt. & Mass. 

R.E. Co. 
6 3 Wall. 254, Daniels v. R. R. Co. 
c 9 Wall. 575, Assessor v. Osborn. 
c 18 Wall. 577, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 
a 93 U. S. 205, Ober v. Gallagher. 
See Gov. Drawbridge Co. v. Shepherd. 



SHEPPARD V. GRAVES, 14 H. 

Pleading; abatement, a 



a 96 U. S. 535, Moore v. Robbins. 
6 98 U. S. 121, Wirth v. Branson. 
a 100 0. S. 118, Lansdalew Daniels 
a 101 U. S. 475, Marquez v. Frisbie 
a 101 U. S. 519, Vance v. Burbank. 



SHEPPARD T. TATLOR, 6 P. 676. 

Writs of error; value of matter 
in dispute, a 

Commissions ; awards. 6 

Admiralty appeals; lien attaches 
to proceeds, c 

Title to such proceeds, d 

SHEPPARD V. WILSON, 6 H. 811. 

Writs of error to territorial courts; 
effect of admission as a State, a 

SHEPPARD V. WILSON, 6 H. 875. 

Bills of exceptions ; when excep- 
tion must be talcen. a 
SHERERD, CROXALL v. See Croxall v. Shererd. 
SHERLOCK V. ALLING, 93 U. S. 103. 



a 20 H. 265, Spenser v. Lapsley. 
a S Wall. 423, Do Sobry v jSTlchol- 
son. 



a 6 P. 143, Oliver v. Alexander. 
b 14 P. 95, Frevall v. Bache. 
c 7 H. 730, Cutler v. Rae. 
d 20 Wall. 221, The Lottawanna. 



a en. 273, Sheppard v. Wilson. 



a 15 H. 160. Phelps v. Mayer. 

a 20 H. 439, Suydam v. Williamson 



o 95 U. S. 487, Hall v. De Cuir. 



Constitution ; regnlation of com- 
merce, a 

SHERMAN V. BUICK, 93 U. S. 809. 

Grants to the States of sees. 16 
and 30; indemnity lauds, a 

When title vests. 6 

California; act of 1853 for the 
survey and sale of public lands, c 

SHERMAN V. SMITH, 1 Bl. 587. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- i a 13 Wall. 216, Penn. College Cases 
tracts, a \ 

SHERRY V. McKINLEY, 99 V. S. 496. 



a 93 U. S. 563, Huff v. Doyle. 
& 96 U. S. 167, Water Co vBugbey 
c 96 U. S. 175, Ferguson v. Mc- 
Laughlin, 
c 102 U. S. 173, Min.Co. wMin. Co. 



Constitution ; ' 
law;" warrants 
debtors, a 



due process of 
against public 



a 102 U. S. 594, Springer v. U. S. 



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SHEBKT, MZLI^EB v. See Miller n. Sherry. 

SHERWOOD, GEN. MTJT. INS. CO.' v. See Gen. Mut. Ins. Co. v. Sherwood. 

SHIELDS V. BABBOW, 17 H. 137. 

Cross-bills, a 

U. S. courts; jurisdiction; neces- 
sary parties; when objection to 
want of parties may be taken. 6 

Supreme Court; reversals for 
want of proper parties, c 



17 H. 592, Ayres v. Carver. 

19 H. 114, Coiron v. Millaudoii, 
6 Wall. 284, Barney v. Baltim. 

11 Wall. 631, Bank v. Car. E.R. 

14 Wall. 80, Christmas v. Ens- 
sell. 
6 16 Wall. 4-50, Ribon v. E. E. Co. 
6 17 Wall. 579, Horn v. Lockhart. 
b 18 Wall. 475, R. E. Co. v. On: 
a 91 U. S. 385, The Dove, 
b 93 U. S. 204, Ober v. Gallagher. 
6 97 U. S. 424, Kendig «. Dean. 
c 102 U. S. 563, Goodman ». isTib- 

SHIEI,DS V. OHIO, 95 U. S. 781. 

Constitution; legislative control I a 99 U. S. 721, Sinking Fund Cases 
ovpi' charters, a I 

SHIELDS T. THOMAS, 17 H. 4. 

Supreme Court ; amount in con- l a 18 H. 255, Shields v. Thomas, 
troversy. a \ 

SHIPP v. MTLIEB, 8 Wi. 383. 

Lands; surveys in Kentucky, a 
Time within which made, b 
U. S. courts; decisions of State 
courts ; when rules of property, c 

SHIBBAS V. CAIG, 7 Cr. 34. 

Deed; what property passes, a 

Purchase of equita,ble title, b 

Mortgage for future advances; 
constiuotion ; parol evidence, c 
SHOEMAKEB, EEENCH v. See French v. Shoemaker. 
SHORE, JONES V. See Jones v. Shore. 
SHOBES, MACON CO. V. See Macon Co. v. Shores. 
SHOBT STAPLE, THE, V. S. v. See U. S. •■,. The Short Staple. 
SHEIVBB V. LYNN, 2 H. 59. 

Jurisdiction, a a 8 H. 531, Williamson v. Berry. 

a 2 Wall. 641, Minn, v St. Paul Co 
a 18 Wall. 467, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 

SHUTTE T. THOMPSON, 15 Wall. 151. 



a 5 P. 487, Peyton v. Stith. 
6 6 P. 62, Miller v, M'Intire. 
c 6 P. 291, Green v. Neal. 
c 4 H. 379, Poxcroft v. Mallett. 

a 6 P. 740, U. S. v. Arredondo. 
6 10 P. 212, Boon o. Chiles. 
c 23 H. 26, Lawrence v. Tucker. 
e 101 U. S. 631, Jones v. Guar. Co. 



Supreme Court ; error ; objection 
must first be taken in court below, a 
Depositions ; objections to. 6 

SIBBALD, EX PABTE, 18 P. 498. 

Decrees; conclusiveness, a 
Supreme Court ; power to review 
its own decisions. 6 
Execution of mandate, c 
Power of a court over its judg- 
ments, d 
Second appeals, e 



a 20 Wall. 418, Mays v. Fritton. 
6 21 Wall. 35, Doane v. Glenn. 



a 1 H. 147, Bank of U. S. v. Bevely 
6 3 H. 424, Bridge Co. v. Stewart. 
c 3 H. 618, Chaires v. U. S. 
d an. 36, Bank of U. S. v. Sims. 
6 15 H. 464, Corning u. Iron Fact'y 
c 16 H. 102, Sizer v. Many. 
6 20 H. 480, Eoberts v. Cooper, 
c 1 Wall. 73, ex parte Dubuguc. 
c 12 Wall. 129, Noonan v. Bradley. 
a 17 Wall. 283, Tyler «. Magwire. 
e 96 U. S. 462, The Lady Pike. 



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SrBBAU), U. S. V. See U. S. v. Sibbald. 

SICKI.es, wash, packet CO. V. See ■Washington Paolret Co. v. Sickles. 

SIBYl, THE, 4 WU. 98. 

Salvage ; amount will not be I a 11 H. 525, Spear v. Place, 
changed on appeal unless maui- j 
festly wrong. . a I 

SICAKD V. DATIS, 6 P. 134. 

Deeds ; recording, a | a 14 H. 260. De Lane v. Moore. 

SICKLES, PACKET CO. v. See Packet Co. v. Sickles. 
SIEBOIiD, EX PABTE, 100 V. S. STl. 

Constitution; power of Congress I a 100 U. S. 400, ex parte Clarke. 
over elections, a \ 

SIGEKSON, HUNGEKFOBJB v. See Hungerford v. Sigerson. 
SIGEBSON V. MATHEWS, 80 H. 496. 

Negotiable paper ; indorsor; want 1 a 13 Wall. 13, Yeager v. Farwell. 
oi notice, a \ 

SIGI.EB V. HAYWOOD, 8 Wh. 675. 

Administrators; plene adminis- I a 93 U. S. 42, Smitli v. Ciiapman. 
travit. a \ 

SlliX, SHEtDON V. See Sheldon v. Sill. 
SIIXI»LAN V. HCDSON KIVBK BRIDGE CO., 1 Bl. 588. 

Supreme Court ; divided court, a | a 10 Wall. 483, Hannauer v. Wood- 



ruff. 



SILLmAN, M'CLUNG v. 
SILSBEE, BABBEDA v. 
SII.SBT V. EOOTE, 14 H. 

Nonsuit, a 

Patent act; "notice o£ special 
matter." 6 

Error; matter of discretion not 
reviewable, c 

SILSBY V. FOOTB, aO H. 894. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a 

Courts may estimate damages 
witiiout sending case to master. 6 

Supersedeas, c 

Patent law; infringement dam- 
ages; profits; interest, d 

SILTEB T. liADD, 7 WaU. 819. 

Land ofiice; wlien jurisdiction 
exclusive, a 

SIMMS V. GUTHEIE, 9 Cr. 19. 

Equity ; parties, a 

Proofs and allegations must 
agree. 6 

U. S. courts ; citizenship ; ancil- 
lary suits, c 

SIMMS V. SLACUM, 3 Cr. 300. 

Imprisonment for debt; fraudu- 
lent discharge, a 



See M'Olung v. Silliman. 
See Barreda v. Silsbee. 
888. 



a 23 H. 183, Castle v. BuUard. 
6 S Wall. 428, Blanchard v. Put- 
nam, 
c 11 Wall. 676, Cook v. Burnley. 



a 13 Wall. 56, Wheeler «. Harris. 
b 14 Wall. 201, The Merrimac. 
c 19 Wall. 665, Board of Comm'rs 

V. Gorman. 
a 93 U. S. 285, Yznagai; Harrison 
d 102 U. S. 106, Parks v. Booth. 

a 13 Wall. 87, Johnson v. Towsley. 



a 6 Wh. 557, Kerr v. Watts. 
a 1 P. 243, Findlayi). Hinde. 
b 1 Bl. 518, Foster v. Goddard. 
c 10 Wall. 333, Jones v. Andrews, 
c 14 Wall. 81, Christmas iJ.Bussell 



a 1 Wh. 457, Ammidon v. Smith. 



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SIMMS, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Simms. 
SIMON, BOEMEB v. See Eoemer v. Simon. . 
SIMOKDS, GOODMAN T. See Goodman v. Simonds. 
SIMONTON V. WINTER, 6 P. 141. 

Verdicts; setting aside ; bad | a 4 H, 143, Garland v. Davis, 
plea, a I 

SIMPSON, BEY V. See Key v. Simpson. 
SIMPSON T. WIXSON, 4 H. 709. 

Patents ; renewals to exeeutoi'. a | a 9 H. 120, Wilson v. Simpsou. 
SIMS, CKEATH V. See Creath v. Sims. 
SIMS v. HUNDI-ET, 6 H. 1. 

U.S. courts; want of proper citi- a 

zcnshlp ; pleas in abatement, a a 

Error ; mattei's discretionarj^ not 6 

assig;nable for error, b c 

,U. S. conrts; evidence; rule in c 

State court followed as a. rule of c 
decision, c 

SIMS, IBVINE T. See Irvine v. Sims. 
SINGER, IJ. S. V. See U. S. v. Singer. 
SINNOT V. DAVENPORT, 88 H. 338. 

Constitution ; tonnage tax. a 
Regulation of commerce. 6 



7 H. 21.5, Smith v. Kernoclien.. 
14 H. 508, Sheppard v. Graves. 
20 H. 265, Spenser v. Lapsley. 

1 Bl. 428, Vance v. Campbell. 

2 Bl. 538, Wright v. Bates. 
102 U. S. 165, Potters Nat. Bank 



SIBEN, THE, 7 WaU. 158. 

U, 8. ; liability for salvage. 
Suits against U. S. 6 
Prize, c 
Liens against State property. 



a 12 Wall. 214, St. Ton. Tax Cases. 
b 93 U. S. 102, Sherlock v. Ailing. 
6 99 U. S. 283, Tr. Co. B.Wheeling. 



d 



a 10 Wall. 18, The Davis. 

6 11 Wall. 201, Case v. Terrell. 

c 13 Wall. 394, Tlie Siren. 

d 92 U. S. 306, Chamberlain »R.E. 

6 98 U. S. 437, Carr v. U. S. 

S3g. 

u 6 Wall. 267, The Adela. 
a 101 U. S. 42, The Florida. 



SIK WTLtlAM PEEL, THE, 5 Wall. 

Prize ; capture in neutral wa- 1 
ters. a | 

SIXTY PIPES OF BBANDY, 10 Wh. 481. 

. Revenue; "probable cause of | a 97 U. S. 646, Stacey w. Emery, 
seizure." a \ 

SIXTY-SEVEN PACKS. DBY GOODS, V. S. v. See U.S. «. 67 Packs. Dry Goods. 
SIZEB V. MANY, 16 H. 173. 

Supreme Court; mandate ;" sec- I a 20 H. 480, Roberts «. Cooper, 
ond writ of error, a | a 17 Wall. 284, Tyler v. Magwire. 

SKEU.Y, JEFF. BBANCH BANK v. See Jefferson Brancli Bank u. Skelly. 
SKELLERN v. MAY, 6 Cr. 867. 



U. S. courts; are of limited juris- 
diction, but ai-e not inferior conrts. a 

Supi'eme Court mandate ; lower 
court bound to carry into effect 
though jurisdiction was not al- 
leged. 6 



a 10 Wh. 199, McCormicke.SuUi- 

vant. 
a 3 P. 201, ex parte Watkins. 
6 12 P. 341, ex parte Storv. 
b 3 H. 424, Bridge Co. B.Stewart. 
a 6 I-I. 36. Bank U. S. v. Moss. 
b 8 H. 605, Kcnnedv v. St. Bank. 
b n Wall. 674, Cook u. Bnniley. 
b 12 Wall. 129, Noocian u. Bradley 
b 17 Wall. 283, Tyler v. Magwire. 
6 102 U. S. 255, Williams e.Bruffy. 



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SliAClfM V. POMEKOT, 6 Cr. 281. 

Error; what defects appellate a 4 H. 143, Garland u. Davis, 
court win notice of own motion ; a 20 H. 433, Suydam v. Williamson 
error apparent on face of record, a a 1 Wall. 601. Pomeroyu. Bank. 

a 3 Wall. 661, Ro^erswBnrlington 

a 10 Wall. 261, R. R. v. Morgan. 

a 12 Wall. 403, Earth v. Clise. 

a 16 Wall. 386, Ins. Co. «. Piaggio. 

a 91 U. S. 130, R. R. v. Trustees. 

a 94 U. S. 81, Storm ». U. S. 
SI'ACTJM, SIMMS v. See Simms u. Slacnm. 
SI.ATER V. ElVEEKSON, 19 H. 839. 

Contracts ; when time is of the a 22 H. 37, Emerson v. Slater, 
essence; quantum meruit, a a 23 H. 234, Dermott u. Jones. 

a 96 U. S. 28, Jones v. U. S. 
SLATER, EMERSON v. See Emerson v. Slater. 
SLATER V. MAXWELL, 6 Wall. 276. 

Judicial sales; equity; frand. a | a 7 Wall. 561, Cocks ». Izard. 
SLAUGHTER, GROVES v. See Groves v. Slaughter. 
SLAUGHTER-HOUSE CASES, 10 Wall. 273. 

Supreme Court; supersedeas, a I a 12 Wall. 99, French ». Shoemaker 

I a 93 U. S. 88, Kitchen u. Randolph 

SLAUGHTER-HOUSE CASES, 16 Wall. 57. 



Constitution; "privileges and 
immunities" of citizens; who arc 
"citizens of the U. S. ; " fourteenth 
amendment, a 



a 16 Wall. 139, Bradwell v. State. 
a 18 Wall. 133, Bartemeyer^Iowa 
a 92 U. S. 549, U. S.»Cruiksh;ink 
a 96 U. S. 100, Davidson B.N. Orl. 
a 100 U. S. 306, Strauder ». W.Va. 
a 100 U. S. 345, ex parte Virginia. 

a 7 Wall. 643, The Belfast. 

6 97 U. S. 412, Four Packages v. 

U.S. 



a 6 H. 378, Nav. Co. v. Bank. 
b 24 H. 458, Freeman v. Howe, 
c 6 Wall. 195, Riggs v John. Co. 
d 91 U. S. 661, Lamp v. Brass Co. 



SLAVERS, THE, 2 WaU. 393. 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; maritime 
liens; suits in rem and personam, a 

Seizures, b 

SLOCOMB, COM. & R. R. BAMK v. See Commercial & E. E. Bank v. Slocomb. 
SLOCUM r. MATBERRT, 2 Wh. 1. 

Admiralty jurisdiction; seizures 
under revenue laws, a 

Conflict of jurisdiction; State 
and Federal courts. 6 

State courts ; no power over judg- 
ments of Federal courts, c 

Jurisdiction, d 
SMALtET, Mcdonald v. see McDonalds. Smalley. 
SMALLS, DE TREVTLLE v. See De Treville v. Smalls. 
SMITH V. ADSIT, 16 W^aU. 186. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to I a 23 Wall. 374, Smith v. Adsit. 
State court ; Federal question. a | 
SMITH, A3IIS T. See Amis v. Smith. 
SMITH, BANK OF U. S. v. See Bank of U. S. v. Smith. 
SMITH V. BELL, 6 P. 74. 

Wills; bequests; life estate, a I a 93 U. S. 333, Brant v. Coal Co. 
Interpretation. 6 | 6 98 U. S. 324, Blake v. Hawkins. 



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SMITH, BLUNT v. See Blunt v. Smith. 
SMITH, BUCHANAN v. See Buclianau v. Smitli. 
SMITH, BUBKX: v. See Burke v. Smith. 
SMITH, BURTON v. See Burton v. Smith. 
SMITH V. CLAPP, 15 P. laS. 

U. S.; suits by assigneps; 11th i a 21 H. 576, White v. K. R. Co. 
sec. judiciary act. a \ 

SMITH, CI.ABK T. See Olark v. Smith. 
SMITH V. CLAKKE, 18 H. 81. 

Supreme Court; appeal; dismis- I a 11 Wall. 87, The' Protector. 
sal for defects, a I 

SMITH V. CONDKT, 1 H.,88. 

Collision ; when eachparty bears 
his own loss, a 
Torts; by what law governed, b 

SMITH, DAUDEtET v. See Daudelet v. Smith. 
SMITH V. BDKINGTON, 8 Cr. 66. 

Wills; statutes of Virginia; after- 
acquired property ; eflect of new 
law on existing wills, a 

SMITH, FARM. AND MECH. BANK v. See Farm, and Meoh. Bank v, Smith. 
SMITH V. GOOBTEAK DENTAX CO., 93 U. S. 486. 



a 14 H. 534, Stainback v. Kae. 
6 7 Wall. 64, The China. 



a 16 H. 279, Carroll v. Carroll. 



Patent law; application for pat- 
ent; abandonment, a 

Goodyear's patent for artificial 
teeth; patents for products ; "pro- 
cesses;" equivalents. 6 

SMITH, HILI. T. See Hill v. Smith. 
SMITH V. HONEY, 3 P. 469. 

Supreme Court ; " value of mat- 
ter in dispute." a 



SMITH V. HUNTER, 7 H. 740. 

Writ of error to State court ; 
how Federal question must be 
shown, a 



a 101 U. S. 488,.Plan'g Co. v. Keith 
b 102 U. S. 224, Goodyear ». Davis. 



a 15 H. 207, Kauouse v. Martin. 
a 4 Wall. 164, Walker v. U. S. 
a 91 U. S. 366, The D. R. Martin. 



a 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 

a 12 H. 102, Neilson v. Lagow. 

a 20 H. 27, Christ Church v. Phila. 
SMITH, HUSSET v. See Hussey v. Smith. 
SMITH, KEHR v. See Kehr v. Smith. 
SMITH V. KERNOCHEN, 7 H. 198. 

U. S. courts; citizenship, a 

Sec. 11 judiciary act ; suits by as- 
signees. 6 

Colorable transfer to give juris- 
diction, c 



a 14 H. 508, Sheppard v. Graves. 
b 16 H. 630, Deshler ». Dodge. 
a 3 Wall. 423, De Sobry v. Nich- 
olson, 
c 6 Wall. 288, Baruey v. Baltim'e. 



SMITH, KIRK V. See Kirk v. Smith. 
SMITH, KNOX V. See Knox v. Smith. 
SMITH V. MoCANN, 24 H. 398. 

Execution in District of Colum- I 



bia ; equitable interests, o 

SMITH, McCOOL V. See McCool v. Smith. 



a 91 U. S. 361, MorseU v. Bank. 



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SMITH V. SIARTLAND, 6 Cr. 886. 

Supreme Comt ; writ of error to 
State court; title set up uuder a 
treaty ; Federal question, a 

Alienage ; oIBce found. 6 



SMITH T. MAKTIAND, 18 H. 76. 

Constitution ; first ten amend- 
ments do not apply to States, a 

States; title to beds of tide 
waters ; riparian rights. & 

SMITH V. MJVSON, 14 "WaU. 419. 

Bankruptcy ; liens, a 
Supervisory jurisdiction, b 
Bankrupt and State courts, c 

' Circuit Court ; jurisdiction under 

the bankrupt act. d 



SMITH, MTT.T.S V. See MUls v. Smith. 
SMITH V. NICHOLS, 31 WaU. lia. 

Patent law; "invention." a 
Disclaimers. 6 



a 1 Wh. S.oG, Martin v. Hunter. 
a 8 Wli. 402, Society f. N. Haven, 
a 4 P. 429, Craig v. Missouri. 
a 10 P. 391. Crowell v. Randall. 
a 12 H. 119, "Williams v. Oliver. 
6 5 Wall. 268, U. S. v. Eepetigny. 

a 7 Willi. 327, Twit.ohell v. Com'li 
a 21 Willi. 557, Edwards v. Elliott. 
a 92 U. S. 552. U. S. v. Cruikshank 
& 94 U. S. 394, McCrciidy v. Va. 



a IG Wall. 556, Marshall v. Knox. 
6 19 Wall. 286, Colt v. Eoblnsou. 
6 23 Wall. 160, Stirkney v. Wilt, 
c 91 U. S. 526, Evster v. Giitt'. 
c 92 U. S. 83, O'Brien v. Wold. 
d98U. S. 23. GU^iinyu. I.angdon 
6 98 U. S. 249, Gifford v. Helms. 



a 91 U. S. 159, Roberts v. Ryer. 
a 92 U. S. 355, Reokeudorfer v. 

Faber. 
6 94 U. S. 193, Dunbar v. Myers. 



SMITH, OKTON V. See Orton o. Smith. 

SMITH, BATLKOAD CO. v. See Railroad Co. v. Smith. 

SMITH, KAT T. See Ray v. Smith. 

SMITH V. MCHAKDS, 13 P. 37. 



False representations; con- 
tracts, a 



a 92 U. S. 9, Blease v. Gar- 
lington. 

a 101 U. S. 637, Lumber Co. v. 
Buchtel. 



SMITH, RICHMOND v. See Richmond v. Smith. 

SMITH V. SAC CO., 11 Wall. 146. 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads ; bona-fide purchasers, a 



SMITH V. SHEELEY, 13 Wall. 368. 

Estoppel; gnintor. a 
SMITH, SHERMAN v. See Sherman i 



a 94 U. S. 663, DtiUas v. Mackenzie 
a 94 U. S. 758, Collins v. Gilbert. 

a 13 Wall. 295, Myers v. Croft. 

'. Smith. 



388. 



SMITH V. SWORMSTEDT, 16 H, 

Parties; joint interests, a 

Suits in equity vviiere parties are 
numerous, b 
SMITH, THELIiUSON v. See TheUuson v. Smith. 
S»IITH, THOBINGTON v. See Thoringtcn v. Smith. 
SMITH V. TRABUE, 9 P. 4. 



a 17 H. 592, Ayres v. Carver. 
b 18 H. 480, Bacon v. Robertson. 



Supreme Court ; final decrees, a 
Writs of restitutiofi. 6 



a 12 P. 327, Toland v. Sprague. 
6 2 Wall.- 56, Gregg v. Forsyth. 
6 5 Wall. 194, Barton v. Forsyth. 



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a 5 P. 385, Farrar v. U. S. 
6 10 P. 357, U. S. ». Bi-adley. 
a 17 H. 438, Bruce v. U. S. 
c 9 Wall. 703, Watkins v. U. S. 
a 100 U. S. • 11, Soule v. U. S. 
a 102 U. S. 552, U. S. v. Pinson. 

a 10 P. 338, Wherry v. TJ. S. 
6 12 P. 436, Strother v. Lucas. 
6 11 Hi 86, U. S. V. Boisdore. 
b 101 U. S. 706, D'Aaterive».U. S. 



SMITH, TURNER v. See Turner ■». Smith, 
SMITH V. V. S., 6 P. 895. 

U.S.; suits against public officers; 
transcripts from the Treasury ; au- 
thentication of. a 

Defective st.atutory boud ; when 
good as a common-law bond. 6 

Accounts of public officers, c 

SMITH V. V. S., 10 P. 337. 

Louisiana land titles; act of 1824; 
imperfect grants, a 

What property rights were pro- 
tected by the treaty, b 
SMITH, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Smith. 
SMITH v. UNIVBRSAIi INS. CO., 6 Wi. 176. 

Marine insurance ; abandon- I a 12 P. 391, Bradlie v. Ins. Co. 
ment. a \ 

SMITH, VASSB V. See Vasse v. Smith. 
SMITH V. VAUGHAN, 10 P. 366. 

Certificates of division, a I a 7 H. 190, U. S. ». Chicago. 

I a 7 Wall. 581, U. S. v. Eosenburgh. 

SMITH, VENTKESS v. See Tentress v. Smith. 
SMITH, 'WARD V. See Ward v. Smith. 
SMITH V. WASHINGTON, 80 H. 146. 

Municipal corporations ; liability I a 99 U. S. G41, Trans. Co. v Chicago 
for personal injuries, a \ 

SMITH, WHEELER v. See Wheeler v. Smith. 
SMITH, WHITE'S BANK v. See White's Bank v. Smith. 
SMITH, WILSON v. See Wilson v. Smith. 
SMOOT'S CASE, 16 WaU. 47. 

U. S.; contracts with ; damages. a | a 94 U. S. 217, U. S. ». Smith. 

SMYTHE V. FISKE, 23 WaU. 380. 

Kevenue laws ; duties ; designa- | a 96 U. S. 113, Arthur u. Lahey. 
tion of articles, a | a 102 U. S. 212, Solomon u. Arthur 

SMYTHE, REICHE v. See Reiche v. Smythe. 
SMYTH V. STRADER, 4 H. 404. 



Negotiable paper; assignments; 
delivery; bona-fide holders, a 

SMYTH V. STRADER, 13 H. 337. 

Supreme Court ; wrifc of error ; 
dismissal, a 
Joint decrees ; severance. 6 

SNEAD V. McCOtTL, 13 H. 407. 

Debt ; discliarge of debtor ; re- 
viving lien, a 
Capias ad satisfaciendam. b 

SISEED, TENNESSEE v. See Tennessee i). Sueed. 
SNEED V. WISTER, 8 Wh. 690. 

Appeal bonds ; interest, a | a 95 U. S. 618, The Wanata. 



a 4 H. 586, Bradford v. Williams. 



a 16 H. 144, Davenport v. Fletcher, 
o 11 Wall. 86, The Protector. 
6 20 Wall. loS, Simpson v. Greeley. 



a 15 H. 194, Kockhill v. Hanna. 
6 15 H. 296, Magniac v. Thompson. 



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SOCIETY, &c., V. NEW HAVEN, 8 WU. 464. 

Foreign corporations; rights not la 4 P. 500, Society, &o., v. Piiwlet 
(livestecTby the Revolution, a I a 12 P. 749, Rliode Island v. Mass. 

SOCIETY, &o., v. PAWI.ET, 4 P. 480. 



Adverse possession ; ouster, a 

Bona-fide purchasers; hold ad- 
versely to all the world. 6 

Retrospective laws, c 

Corporate existence ; plea of gen- 
eral issue admits capacity to sue. d 



a 5 P. 355, Clarke v. Courtney. 
a 5 P. 439, Bradstreet v. HuMtliis- 

ton. 
a G P. 691, U. S. V. Arredondo. 
a 12 P. 457, Str-other v. Lucas. 
a 16 P. 51, Watkins v. Holman. 
a 3 H. 687, Clymer v. Dawldna. 
a 2 Wall. 349, Harvey v. Tvler. 
b 5 Wall. 287, Croxall v. Shererd. 
c 8 Wall. 603, Dreliman v. Stifle. 
d 22 Wail. 101, U. S. v. Ins. Co. 
d 96 U. S. 329, Pullman v. Upton. 



SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS v. COITE, 6 Wall. 608. 



a 6 Wall. G22, Prov. Inst. v. Mass. 
6 12 Wall. 224, St. Ton. Tax. Cas. 
c 15 Wall. 272, St. F'g't Tax. Cas. 
6 20 Wall. 61, R. R. v. Maguire. 
6 92 U. S. 603, St. R. R. Tax Cas. 
c 97 U. S. 572, Cook v. Penn. 
6 99 U. S. 279, Tr. Co. v. Wheeling 



Constitution ; taxation by State 
of U. S. securities; of corporate 
property generally, a 

Power of State to tax. 6 

Constitutionality determined by 
the subject on which the burden is 
laid, c 

SOHN V. WATEKSON, 17 W^all. 596. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- i a 95 U. S. 633, Terry v. Anderson, 
tracts ; statutes of limitations, a \ 

- SOMERVILI-E v. HAMILTON, 4 Wh. 330. 

Certificates of division, a | a 3 Wall. 255, Daniels u. R.R. Co. 

SOaiEKVII,I,E, McCKEAKY v. See McCreary v. SomerTille. 
SOULAKD, JONES V. See Jones v. Soulard. 
SOUtAKD V. TT. S., 4 P. 611. 



Missouri land titles ; imperfect 
Spanish title ; sale of the land by 
the U. S. a 

Efl'ect of tlie cession of Louisiana 
on lights of inhabitants. 6 ; 

Grants by lieutenant-governors, c 



a 10 P. 104, Soulard u. U. S. 

b 10 P. 326, Smith v. U. S. 

6 12 P. 436, Strother u. Lucas. 

c 8 H. 301, Menard u. Massey. 

6 10 H. 242, Hornsby v. U. S. 

6 19 Wall. 141, Carpenter v. Ran- 

nels. 
a 21 Wall. 672, Morton u. Nebraska 



a 13 H. 252, Glenn v. U. S. 

6 16 H. 96, McCabewWorthington 



See Pacific Ins. CO: u. Soule. 



SOUXARD V. U. S., 10 P. 100. 

Missoiu-i titles; Spanish cora- 
raandants; concessions, a 
Relation ; docti-iiie of. 6 

SOIILE, PACIFIC INS. CO 

SOUTHARD, RUSSEIX v. See Knssell -i). Soule. 
SOUTHARD v. RUSSEI.I., 16 H. 547. 

Bills of review, a | a 1 Bl. 489, U. S. ». Knight. 

SOUTHARD, WAYMAN v. See Waymaa u. Southard. 
SOUTH CAROLINA v. GEORGIA, 93 U. S. 4. 



Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce ; riglit of the States over nav- 
igable waters, a 
18 



a 96 U. S. 387, Wisconsin v. Duluth 



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SOUTH CAROLINA, HUGEB v. See Hager v. South Oarolina. 
SOUTHGATE, PATAPSCO INS. CO. v. See Patapsoo Ins. Oo. v. Southgate. 
SOUTHMATD, V. S. v. See U. S. v. Southmayd. 

SOUTTER, MEL. & MINN. R. R. CO. v. See Mil. & Minn. E. R. Co. •<,. Soutter. 
SPAIN T. HAMIMON, 1 WaU. 604. 

Equitable assignments, a \ al5 Wall. 226, Oelriehs v. Spain. 

SPARROW T. STRONG, 3 Wall. 103. 



Sup. Court ; final judgments, a 
Pre-emptors; sale before pat- 
ent, b 



a 4 Wall. 594, Sparrow v. Strong. 
6 18 Wall. 314, Lamb v. Davenport 



SPARROW T. STRONG, 4 WaU. 584. 

Sup. Court; bills of exceptions, a | a 95 U. S. 190, Kerr v. Clampitt. 

SPEAKE V. tr. S., 9 Cr. aS. 

Equitable estoppels, a | a 5 H. 274, Taylor v. Benham. 

SPEAR T. PtACE, 11 H. 6S5. 



Supreme Court ; appeals in ad- 
miralty ; amount in dispute, a 



a 12 H. 352, Ricii v. Lambert. 
a 17 H. 4, Shields v. Thomas. 
a 5 Wall. -210, Seaver v. Bigelows. 
a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill v. Petty. 

SPECHT v. HOWARD, 16 Wall. 664. 

Negotiable paper ; parol evi- I a 91 U. S. 294, Porsythe v. Kimball, 
dence. a \ 

SPEED, OWINGS v. Se Owings v. Speed. 
SPENCER, ERENCH v. See French v. Spencer. 
SPENCER T. lAPStEY, 90 H. 864. 



Texas land titles under Spain, a 
U. S. courts ; amendments ; dis- 
cretion not reviewable. 6 
Testimoniosi c 



a 21 H. 175, U. S. «. Sutter. 
6 24 H. 157, Eberley v. Moore. 
b 11 Wall. 676, Cook v. Burnley, 
c 20 Wall. 284, McPhaula. Lapsley 

SPERRT, BRIDGES v. See Bridges v. Sperry. 
SPOEPORD V. KIRK, 97 U. S. 484. 



U. S.; assignments of claims ; act 
of 1853. a 



a 98 U. S. 186, McKnight v. U.S. 

a 102 U. S. 558, Goodman v. Nib- 
lack. 

SPRAGUE, TOtAND v. See Toland v. Sprague. 
SPRAXT V. 8PRATT, 1 P. 344. 

Descents ; District of Columbia.a | a 94 U. S. 777, Hogan v. Kurtz. 

SPRIGG V. BANK OF MOUNT PLEASANT, 10 P. as7. 



Bonds; when parties bound as 
principals, a 
Parol evidence ; in equity, b 
Pleading; judgmentgivcnagainst 
party whose pleading first defect- 
ive, c 



a 14 P. 203, Sprigg v. Bank. 

6 17 H. 445, Hendriokson v. Hink- 

ley. 
c 7 Wall. 93, Aurora v. West. 
6 99 U. S. 46, U. S. v. Ames. 



SPRUNG v. GRAY, 6 P. 151. 

Limitations ; exceptions ; a c- I a 12 P. 327, Toland v. Sprague. 
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SPBINGPIEUJ V. OUICK, 88 H. 56. 

Land laws ; grant of sec. 16 for | a 94 U. S. 794, Davis v. Indiana, 
school lands, a 



SPRINGS CO., COAVEIX v. See Cowell v. Springs Co. 
SPBOTT V. XT. S., 80 'WaU. 459. 

The civil war ; what acts of the, 
Confedei-ate States valid, a 
Acts in aid of the x-ebellion. b 
Capture of cotton, c 



a 22 Wall. 102, U. S. »; Ins. Co. 
6 92 U. S. 170, Whitfield v. U. S. 
6 96 U. S. 195, Dewing v. Perdic- 

ai-ies. 
c 97 U. S. 58, Young v. U. S. 
a 97 U. S. 465, Keith v. Clark. 
a 99 U. S. 190, Ketch um v Bucliley 



STACET T. THBASSER, 6 H. 44. 

Administrators in dififerent juris- 
dictions, a 

When recovery against one evi- 
dence against the other, b 

STAPrOKD V. tnSTON BAUK, 16 H. 136. 



a 13 H. 462, Hill v. Tucker. 
6 18 H. 17, McLean v. Meek. 



Supersedeas, a 

Supreme Court; mandamus. 



STATNBACH v. SA£, 14 H. 538. 

Collision ; when each ship must 
bear its own loss, a 



a 17 H. 279, Stafford v. Un. Bank. 
a 3 Wall. 701, U. S. v. Dashiel. 
6 7 Wall. 876, eai^ctj-ie Bradlej'. 
a 12 Wall. 99, Freneli v. Shoe- 
maker. 
a 21 Wall. 29, Jeromes. McCarter 

a 21 H. 194, The Gray » The Fi-aser 
a 24 H. 125, Palmer v. U. S. 
a 24 H. 313, Un. S. S. Co. v S. S.Co. 
a 2 Wall. 560, The Morning Liglit 



STAIRS v. FI:ASI.X:JE:, is H. 588. 

Duties; at what time value of im- 
portation ascertained, a 

Appraisers ; when their action 
final, b 

STAITBROUGH, COI-IilER v. See Collier v. Stanbrough. 
STAKFORD v. TAYLOR, 18 H. 418. 

Missouri land claims ; want of 
survey; court has no authority to 
ascertain boundary, a 

STASTLEY V. COLT, 5 Wall. 163. 

Statutes ; validity of private acts 
affecting real property, a 



a 19 H. 382, Ballard v. Thomas. 
a 20 H. 578, Sampson v. Peaslee. 
b 24 H. 522, Belcher v. Linn. 
6 10 Wall. 452, Kimball v. Coll'r. 



a 8 Wall. 661, Maguire v. Tyler. 
a 17 Wall. 280, Tyler v. Magvvire. 



a 5 Wall. 286, Croxall v. Shererd. 
a 7 Wall. 624, Beloit v. Morgan. 
a 95 U. S. 312, OuldwWash.Hosp'l 



STANIEY V. GADSBY, 10 P. 681. 

Usury ; relief in equity, a | a 1 Wall. 624, Spain v. Hamilton. 

STAlfSBURY, V. S. v. See U. S. v. Stansbury. 
STANTON V. EMBBY, 93 U. S. 548. 

Bills of exceptions ; signing, a | a 102 U. S. 353, Hunnicutt v Peyton 
STANTON, lilNTON v. See Linton v. Stanton. 
STAR OF HOPE, THE, 9 Wall. 888. 

General average, a U 12 Wall. 114, Fowler i; Rathboncs 

' a 92 U. S. 400, Hobson v. Lord. 



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STAKK, CHES. INS. CO. v. See Chesapeake Ins. Co. v. Stark. 

STABK V. CKES. INS. CO., 7 Cr. 43». 

Cpi-tificates ; when evidence, a | a 91 U. S. 245 Ins. Co. v. Tisdale. 



STABK V. STAKKS, 6 Wall. iOft. 

Land titles ; Oregon donation 
act. a 

Wlien equity will hold possessor 
of legal title a trustee, b 

Patent ; when execution and de- 
livery ministerial acts, c 

When a party is regarded as the 
equitable owner of public lands, d 

"Cloud on title." e 



a 94 
c 97 
d 98 
c 101 
e 101 
as 101 



Wall. 225, Silver v. Ladd. 
Wall. 458, Meaderj). Norton. 
Wall. 84, Johnson » To wsley 
Wall. 102, GibsoQu Chouteau 
U. S. 484, Stark v. Starrs. 
U. S. 654, Barney v. Dolph. 
U. S. 121, Wirth v. Branson. 
U. S. 261, Simmons cWagn'r 
U. S. 375, Phelps v. Harns. 
U. S. 507, Hall v. Kussell. 



STABK T. STABBS, 94 V. S. 477. 

Oregon ; public lands in ; dona- \a 97 U. S. 654, Barney ». Dolpb. 
tion act. a | a lOlU. S. 507, Hall ». Eussell. 

STABKE, HICKIIT v. Sec Hiokey v. Starke. 

STABBS, STABK V. See Stark v. Starrs. 

STATE, BBADWEIX. v. See Bradwell v. State. 

STATE, MULEB v. See Miller v. State. 

STATE BANK, MBB. BANK V. See Mercftants' Bank v. State Bank. 



STATE BANK OF OHIO v. KNOOP, 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts; exemption from taxation, o 

U. S. courts ; force of State de- 
cisions. 6 

Power of legislature over char- 
ters, c 

Jurisdiction where a State is in- 
terested ; court will not look be- 
yond the record, d 



16 H. 376. 

a 16 H. 440, O. Trust Co.B.Debolt. 
a 18 H. 366, Dodge v. Woolsev. 
a IS H. 383, Mech. Bank v. Debolt. 
a 18 H. 385, Mech. Bank v. Thomas 
a 1 B1.442, Jeff. Bank v. Kelly. 
a 1 Bl,475, Frank. Bank v. Ohio. 
a 2 Bl. 544, Wrights). Sill. 
b 1 Wall. 393, Meyer v. Muscatine 
a 4 Wall. 554, Van Hoffman v. 

Quineey. 
a 8 Wall. 438, Home v. Rouse, 
c 13 Wall. 214, Penn. Coll. Cases. 
a 13 Wall. 376, Salt. Co. v. East 

Saginaw. 
d 16 Wall. 220, Davis v. Grav. 
a 21 Wall. 498, Erie R. R. s.'Penii. 
a 95 U. S. 690, Farringtonu.Tenn. 

STATE BANK NOBTH CAB., U. S. v. See U. S. v. State Bank NOTth Carolina. 

STATE FBEIGHT TAX CASE, 15 WaU. 233. 

a 16 Wall. 481, Osborne v. Mobile.. 

a 21 Wall. 472, R. R. v. Maryland. 

b 91 U. S. 282, Welton v Missouri, 

c 92 U. S. 603, State R. Tax Cases 

a 95 U. S. 470, R. R. Co. v. Husen 

a 97 U. S. 572, Cook v. Penn. 
6 100 U. S. 678, Maoh. Co. U.Gage. 

STATE HABBOR COM'ES, WALKER v. See Walker v. State Harbor Com'rs. 



Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce, a 

Tax on imports. 6 

Power of the States to tax cor- 
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STATE BATLROAD TAX CASES, 93 V. 

Supreme Coiiit ; advancing 
cases, a 

Corporations ; taxation of •' cap- 
ital stock." 6 

Obligatory force of State decis- 
ions, c 

STATE TAX OU FOEEIGSf-HBLD BOBTDS, 15 Wall. 319. 



S. 601. 
a 93 U. S. 2, Hose «. R. R. Co. 
b 96 U. S. 435, R.R.Co. tJ.Vance, 
c 100 U. S. 53, Fairfield!). Gallatin 



Taxation; extent of the power, a 
Constitution ; impairing obliga- 
tion of contract, b 



a 19 Wall. 499. Tappan ». Bank. 

b 96 U, S. 448, Murray a. Charles- 
ton. 

a 100 U. S. 497, Kirtland v. Hotch- 
kiss, 

STATE TAX BAItWAT GROSS RECEIPTS, 15 Wall. 8S4. 



Constitution ; regulation of com 
merce. a 
Power of the States to tax. b 



STATE TOmSr AGE TAX CASKS, 

Constitution ; tonnage tax. < 
Regulation of eonimeree. h 



a IG Wall. 481, Osborne«). Mobile. 
a 18 Wall. 232, Delaware R.K. Tax 
i 92 U. S. 603, State R. Tax Cases 
a 94 U. S. 135, Munn v. Illinois. 
a 95 U. S. 487, Hall «. De Cuir. 
b 96 U. S. 446, Murray v. Charles- 
i ton. 

18 W^all. 809. 

a 19 Wall. 584, Peete v. Morgan. 
a 20 Wall. 581, Cannon v. N. Orl. 
6 93 U. S. 102, Sherlock v. AUhig. 
a 94 U. S. 244, S. S. Co. ». Tinker. 
b 99 U. S. 277, Tr. Co. ^.Wheeling. 

STATHAM, IMUT. IXFE ZNS. CO. v. See N. Y. Mat. Life Ins. Co. v. Statliam. 
STEAD, COURSE v. See Course •[■. Stead. 
STEAD V. COURSE, 4 Cr, 403. 

Tax sales, a I « 4 VA'^h. 76, Williams c. Peyton, 

<i 9 H. 256, Mason v. Fearson. 
I a 16 H. 615, Early v. Doe. 
! a 13 Wall. 512, French «. Edwards. 
STEAMBOAT CO. t. CHASE, 16 Wall. 634. 

a 20 Wall. 218, The Lottawanna. 
b 93 U. S. 104, Sherlock w. Ailing. 
c 93 XJ. S. 316, The Atlas. 
a 99 U. S. 43, U. S. v. Ames. 
d 102 D. S. 119, Schoonmakcr v. 
Gil more. 



Admiralty ; State Jjegislature 
cannot create maritime lien, a 

Constitution ; regulation of cora- 
merce ; State legislation, b 

Remedy for los^s of cargo, c 

Admiralty jurisdiction; naviga- 
ble waters, d 

STEAMSHIP CO. V. JOLIEFE, a ■Rrall. 450. 

Constitution ; regulation of com- j a 6 Wall, 34, S. S. Co. v. Wardens, 
merce ; pilotage, a \ 

STEAMSHIP CO., NEW OEtEANS v. See New Orleans v. Steamship Co. 
STEAMSHIP CO. V. POBT WABBENS, 6 Wall. 33. 



Constitution ; toiniage tax; reg- 
ulation of commerce, a 



a 12 Wall. 218, St. Ton. Tax. Cas, 
a 16 Wall. 475, Morgan wParham. 
a 20 Wall. 581, Cannon v. N. Orl. 
a 94 U. S. 244, S. S. Co. v. Tinker. 
a 94 U. S. 247, Fosters. New Orl. 
a 95 U.S. 86, Packet Co. W.Keo- 
kuk. 
a 100 U. S. 677, Mach. Co. v. Gage. 



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STEARNS T. PAGE, 7 H. 819. 

Equity ; ]imitations ; concealed a 23 H. 208, Beaubien ». Beatibien 
fraud, a • a 21 Wall. 349, Bailey v. Glovor. 

a 99 U. S. 203, Goddeii v. Kiin- 

t mell. 

a 101 U. S. 140, Wood t Carpenter 

STEBBINS, NEWTOWN T. See Newtown v. StebbiQS. 

STEELE, SECOMBE v. See Secmnbe v. Steele. 

STEEXE, WOOD v. See Wood v. Steele. 

STEIN V. BOWTVtAN, 13 P. 319. 

Evidence ; incompetency on ae- 1 o 4 H. 413, Smyth v. Strader. 
count of interest, a | a 5 H. 94, Bridges it. Annour. 

STEINBACH V. STEWART, II WaU. 673. 

War ; suspension of limitations.a | a 14 Wall. 236, Caperton v. Bowyer 

STEINES V. FBANKUN CO., 14 Wall. 15. 



Supreme Court; writ of error 
to State court ; Federal question, a 
Eehearings. 6 

STEI.I.E V. CABBOU^ la P. 801, 

Dower ; in equity of redemption.a 



as 14 Wall. 26, Ken.K. K. ». B. R. 
&95U. S. 100, Buffingtonjr Harvey 



a 13 P. 296, Tan Ness v. Hyatt. 
a 15 P. 37, Maybury v. Brien. 
a 16 H. 599, Calvert v. Bradley. 

STEPHEN MOBGAN, THE, 94 r. S. 599. 

Supreme Court ; only an appel- I a 100 U. S. 527, Mt. Pleasant v. 
lant can assign error, a \ Beckwi:th. 

STEEBY, HABBISON v. See Harrison v. Sterry. 
STETTINIUS, VIOLETT v. See Violettii. Stettinins. 
STEVENS T. CADY, 14 H. 538. 

Execution ; whether patents and 
copyrights can be seized, a 

a97U 

STEVENS, GIBSON v. See Gibson v. SteTens. 
STEVENS T. GLADDING, 17 H. 447. 

Copyright, a | a 07 U. S. 506, Pattei-son r. Ky. 

STEVENS V. GLADDING, 19 H. 64. 

Supreme Court; error; how it 
must appear, a 

When not properly shown, judg- 
ment will be affirmed. 6 

STEVENSON V. WILLIAMS, 19 WaU. 675. 

Removals, a | a 94 U. S. 651, Lowe ». Williams, 

STEWAET, DENNISrOWN v. See Bennistown «. Stewart. 
STBWAKT, HICKEY v. See Hickey «. Stewart. 
STEWABT V. KAHN, 11 WaU. 500. 

_ Statute of limitations ; suspen- 



a 17 H. 450, Stevens ». Gladding. 
a 19 H. 65, Stevens «. Gladding. 
S. 506, Patterson d. Ky. 



a 20 H. 440, Suydam v. AVilliamson 
a 2 Bl. 484, Taylor jj. Morton. 
6 1 Wall. 604, Pomeroy i>. Bank. 
6 10 Wall. 260, R. R. Co. v Morgan 



sion during the civil war. 

Supreme Court; writ of error to 
State court; act of 1867; how 
Federal question must appear. 6 

Const.; reconstruction laws, c 



a 11 Wall. 515, U. S. v. Wiley. 
6 12 Wall. 694, Trebilcock » Wilson 
c 13 Wall. 651, White v. Hart. 
a 14 Wall. 235, Caperton v Bowyer 
a 91 U. S. 714, Raj-mond« Thomas 
a 92 U. S. 116, Harrison v. Myer. 



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STEWABT, KERKISON v. See Kerrlson v. Stewart. 
STEWART, liEVr v. See Levy «. Stewart. 
STEWART, ]M!XLI.ER v. See Miller v. Stewart. 
STEWABT, MURPHY v. See Murphy i). Stewart. 
STEWAKT V. SAIAMON, 94 V. S. 434. 

Confederate money, a | a 96 TJ. S. 587, Bissell ». HeyvvarJ. 

STEWAKT, STEENBACH v. See Steinbacli v. Stewart. 

STEWABT, WASH. BRIDGE CO. v. See Washington Bridge Co. «. Stewart. 
STICKNEY V. WIXT, 83 WaU. 158. 

Snpi'eme Court ; bankruptcy ap- 



peals; supervisory jurisdiction of 
Circuit Court, o 



a 23 Wall. 292, Sandusky v. Bank. 
a 93 XJ. S. 348, Wiawall n. Camp- 
ball. 
a 95 U. S. 257, Milner v. Meek. 
a 95 U. S. 268, Nimick v. Coleman. 
a 98 XJ. S. 369, Clev. Ins. v. Ins. Co. 



STILES, GAMES v. See Games v. Stiles. 

STEMPSON TT. BAXTIMORE & SUSQUEHANNA R. R. CO., 



10 H. 341. 



a 18 H. 61, Gi-aliam v. Bayne. 
a 20 H. 434, Siiydam ». Williamson 
a 1 Wall. 602,'Pomeroy v. Bank. 
a 14 Wall. 53, Henderson's Spirits 
b 15 Wall. 194, Gould v. Rees. 
b 22 Wall. 28, Gill v. Wells. 
6 23 Wall. 367, Eeedy v. Scott. 

STIMPSON, PHEL. & TREN. R. R. v. See Phil, and Tren. R. E. v. Stimpson. 
STEMPSON T. ■WnST CHESTER R. R. CO., 3 H. 555. 



Special verdict ; agreed case ; Su- 
preme Court ; review by writ of 
error, a 

Patent law; infringement; com- 
binations. 6 



Bill.s of exception, a 



a 11 H. 158, U. S. V. Morgan. 



STIMPSON V. WEST CHESTER R. R. CO., 4 H. 380. 



Patent law; surrender of pat 
ent and reissue. 
Public use. 6 
Ert'ect of the patent, c 

STEMPSON V. WOODMAJS, 10 WaU. 181 

Patent law; "invention." a 



a 17 H. 84, Battin v. Taggert. 

6 7 Wall. 607, Agagam v. Jordon. 

c 11 Wall. 543, Seymour v Osborne 



a 23 Wall. 563, Collar Co. v. Van 

Dusen. 
a 92 U. S. 353, Eeckendorfer v. 

Faber. 
a 94 U. S. 198, Dunbar v. Myers. 



STITH, PEYTON v. See Peyton v. Stith. 
STrX, WOLF V. See Wolf v. Stix. 
STOCKDALE V. ENS. CO., 20 WaU. 388, 

Internal revenue ; tax on divi- 
dends of corporations and interest 
paid, a 



a 22 Wall. 633, Bailey «. E. E. Co. 
a 94 U. S. 620, Erskine v. E. E. 
a 95 U. S. 79, E. E. Co. v. Eose. 
a 101 U. S. 549, E. E. Co. v. U. S. 



STOCKTON V. BISHOP, 8 H. 74. 

Supersedeas, a 



a 11 H. 295, Hogan v. Eoss. 

a 10 Wall. 292, Slaughter -House 

Cases. 
a 12 Wall. 100, French « Shoemaker 



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STOCKTON V. BISHOP, 4 H. 167. 



Jurisdiction, a 
Statute of jeofails. 



(1 St. 91.) 6 



STOCKTON V. rORD, 11 H. 838. 

Louisiana; judicial mortgages, a 
Equity; answer; insuflSciencj*. 6 

STOCKWEII, T. U. S., 13 WaU. 513. 

Debt ; action on a statute, a 
Duties ; sec. 2 act of 1823 (3 St. 

781) repealed by sec. 4 of the act of 

1866. (14 St. 179.) 6 



STODDARD V. CHAMBERS, 8 H. 317. 

Missouri land titles; New Ma- a 
drid warrants^ patent certificate ; b 
surveys, a h 

Reservation of land covered by a 
concession, from s:ile. h c 

Confirmation to legal represent- 6 
atives ; title by estoppel, c d 

Patents; how avoided, d e 

Ejectment in U. S. courts may c 
be brought when survey ha.s been 6 
made, approved, and recorded, e f 

Supreme Court ; exception not 
taken below cannot be considered, f h 

b 
a 



a 7 H. 714, Towusend v. .Tcnnisoii 
6 13 H. 214. Morsell v. Hall. 
b 7 Wall. 503, Ewing v. Howard. 
6 91 U. S. 656, Phillips V. Scynioiir 

a 18 H. 418. Stockton v. Ford. 
6 7 Wall. 212, Brown «. Pierce. 



a 92 U. S. 513, Carroll v. Green. 
6 97 U. S. 549, U. S. v. Clafiin. 



3 H. 51, Bei-i-y v. Gamble. 

8 H. 301, Meuiird v. Massey. 

8 H. 330, Bissell v. Penrose. 

8 H. 361, Mills V. Stoddard. 
• 10 H. 369, Landes v. Brant. 
15 H. 535, DelaiiriercB. Emison. 
19 H. 324, Field v. Seabury. 
19 H. 334, Bryan v. Forsyth. 
21 H. 302, Moielionse v. Phelps. 
21 H. 428, Easton v. Salisbury. 

3 Wall. 423, Di-Sobryv Nichol- 
son. 

18 Wall. 116, Bestu. Polk. 

19 Wall. 032, Maokay v. Easton. 

92 U. S. 713, Hot Springs Cas. 

93 U. S. 216, Sherman u. Buick. 
100 U. S. 583, Dickerson f. Col- 
grove. 



STODDARD, GUITARD v. See Guitard D. Stoddard. 
STODDARD, MXLIiS T. See Mills v. Stoddard. 
STOKES, GARLAND t. See Garland v. Stokes. 
STOKES V. SALTONSTAXIi, 13 P. 181. 



Carriers of passengers : liability, a 



a 22 Wall . 350, E. K. Co. « Pollard 
a 101 U. S. 463, City of Panama. 
a 102 U. S. 455, Penu. Co. v. Koy. 



STOKES, SEARIGHT v. See Seariglit v. Stokes. 
STONE, HYDE v. See Hyde v. Stone. 
STONE, U. S. V. See U. S. ■«. Stone. 
STORY, EX PARTE, 18 P. 343. 

Supreme Court ; rehearings. ( 
Mandate ; execution of. 
Chancery ; feigned issues, c 



STORY, LIVINGSTON V. 



6 H. 36, Bank U. S. v. Moss. 

11 Wall. 674, Cook v. Burnley. 

17 Wall. 283, Tyler v. Magwire. 

94 U. S. 372, Johnsons Harmon 

6 102 U. S. 255, Williams u.Brufl'y. 

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STOBT V. LIVINGSTON, 13 P. 359. 

Master's reports ; objections must 
be made before the master, a 

Chancery jurisdiction of U. S. 
courts not controlled by practice of 
State courts. 6 

Parties, c 



a 18 H. 508, MoMicken v. Pen-in. 
6 20 H. 17, Jones v. McMa?t,ei-s. 
c 7 Wall. 415, R. R. v. Howard, 
c 16 Wall. 451, Ribon v. Railroad, 
c 18 Wall. 474, Railroad v. On-. 
a 20 Wall. 322, Memphis «. Brown 
c 92 U. S. 172, Carey v. Brown. 
a 100 U. S. 528, Mount Plciisant v. 
Beokwith. 



SXOVEB, FKEXZ v. See Fretz v. Stover. 
STKADER V. BAI.D-WIN, 9 H. «61. 

Supreme Court; writ of error to 
State court; Federal question, a 

STBADEB V. GKAHAM, 10 H. 88. 

Retrospective legislation, a 
Slavery; by what law personal 
status determined. 6' 



a 18 H. 244, Calcote v. Stanton. 
a 1 Wall. 517, Roosevelt u. Meyer. 



a 10 H. 532, East Hartford v. Hart- 
ford Bridge Co. 
6 19 H. 452, Dred Scott i;. Sandford 



STKADER V. GKAHAM, 18 H. 603. 

Supreme Court; dismissal for I a 9 Wall. 566, Hornthalli) Collector 
want of jurisdiction; costs, a \ 
STKADEK, SMYTH v. See Smyth v. Strader. 
STRATTON v. JARVIS, 8 P. 11. 

Supreme Court ; appeals in ad- 
miralty ; separate interests ; amount 
in controversy, a 

Only appellant can assign error. 6 



11 H. 525, Spear v. Place. 

12 II. 352, Eioh u. Lambert. 
17 H. 4, Sliields v. Thomas. 
12 Wall. 135, Mail Co.)) Flanders 
91 U. S. 306, The D. R. Martin. 
94 U. S. 599, Stephen Morgan. 

a 100 U. S. 148, Paving u. Mulford. 



STRAUDEK V. "WEST VIRGLNTA, 100 U. S. 303. 



867. 



Constitution ; fourteenth amend- 
ment ; juries ; discrimination against 
colored race ; removals, a 

STRAWBBIDGE v. CURTISS, 3 Cr. 

U. S. courts ; citizenship ; cor- 
porations, a 

Formal parties, b 

Jurisdiction under sec. 11, judi- 
ciary act; suits between citizens of 
different States, c 

STRINGER V. YOUNG, 3 P. 320. 

Land titles; patents; force of. a 

See Brown v. Strode. 
See Dutton v. Strong. 



a 100 U. S. 321, Virginia v. Rives. 
a 100 U. S, 345, ex parte Vh-ginia. 



a 2 H. 550, R. R. Co. v. Letaon. 

6 18 H. 468, Wood v. Davis. 

c 11 Wall. 174, Coal Co. v. Blatch- 

ford. 
c 18 Wall. 574, Sew. Ma. Co. Case, 
c 93 U. S. 205, Ober v. Gallagher. 

a 6 P. 340, Bnardman v. Reed. 



STRODE, BROWN v. 
STRONG, DUTTON v, 

STRONG, ROCK CREEK v. See Rock Creek v. Strong, 
STRONG, SPAKKOW T. See Sparrow i). Strong. 
STROTHER v. LUCAS, 6 P. 768. 

U. S. courts; jurisdiction; law 



and equity must be kept separate, a 
Evidence; handwriting. 6 



a 21 H. 482, Fenn v. Holme. 
/) 12 Wall. 321, Rogers v. Ritter. 



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STBOTHER v. LUCAS, 12 P. 487. 

llisnomer. a 

Missouri land tatles; grant by stat- 
ute. 6 

Complete titles; not afected by 
cession of territory ; contirmations 
by act of Congress, c 

Enurement. d 



STROUT V. rOSTBB, 1 H. 89. 

Collision ; when each party must 
bear own loss, a 
Vessels at anchor. 6 

STUARX T. I/AIRD, 1 Cr. 899. 

Constitution ; contemporaneous 
construction, a 

STUART V. MAXWEIil,, 16 H. 158. 

Eevenup ; tariff September 1], 
3841, (5 St. 463,) and 1842. (5 St. 
56.5.) a 

Acts are to be read together. 6 

STUMP, DEiyEALE V. See Deneale v. Stump. 
STUBGES V. COLLECTOR, 18 WaU. 19. 

Duties on goods Imported from i a 101 U. S. 790, Powers i>. Comley. 
'•beyond Cape of Good Hope." a \ 



a 14 P. 326, Games ». Stiles. 
6 2 H. 372, Chonteau v. Ekhart. 
c 9 H. 443, Doe v. Bslava. 
c 9 H. 467, Doe v. Mobile, 
c ]0 Wall. 242, Horiisby «. U. S. 
c 14 Wall. 312, Dent«. Emmerger. 
c 19 Wall. 141, Carp'nteruRannels 
d 22 Wall. 262, Connoyerw. Schaef- 

fer. 
c 93 U. S. 84, Ryan v. Carter. 

a 14 H. 534, Stalnback v. Eae. 

a 23 Wall. 14, The Clarita. 

6 97 U. S. 315, Virginia Ehrman. 

a 16 P. 608, Prigg v. Pennsylvania. 
a 12 H. 311, Cooley «. B'd Wardens 

a 23 Wall. 881, Smythe ii. Fiske. ' 
b 96 U. S. 73, Tenn. v. Sneed. 
6 96 U. S. 117, Arthur v. Lahey. 
a 96 U. S. 120, Arthur ». Unkart. 



STURGBS V. CBOWNrNSHIELD, 4 

Constitution ; power of States to 
pass bankrupt laws; release of debts 
contracted previous to discharge, 
when void as impairing obligation 
of contract, a 

Abolition of imprisonment for 
debt, b 
Concurrent powers, c 
Remedy may be changed, d 
Statutes of limitations, e 



STURGIS V. BOTER, 84 H. 117. 

Admiralty ; maritime lien ; colli- 
sion, a 
Collision with tug or tow. 6 
Liability of the vessels to third 
party for injury, c 



Wi. 191. 

a 4 Wh. 213, McMillan !J. McNeil. 
a 6 Wh. 1,34, Mech.Banku. Smith. 
a 12 Wh. 254, Ogden v. Saunders. 
h 12 Wh. 374, Mason v. Haile. 
6 9 P. 355, Beers v. Haiighton. 
a 14 P. 72, Suj'dam v. Broadnax. 
c 14 P. 561, Holmes v. Jennison. 
c 16 P. 608, Prigg v. Pennsylvania, 
c 5 H. 307, Cook v. Moffat. 
c 5 H. 573, License Cases. (Opip. 

Taney, C. J. 
d 6 H. 318, Plant. Bank v. Sharp, 
c 7 H. 392, Passen. Cases. (Opin. 

McLean, J.) 
c 12 H. 311, Cooley v. Board Ward. 
a 1 Wall. 228, Baldwin v. Hale.> 
a 4 Wall. 551, Van Hoffman v. 

Quincy. 
d95 U. S. 170, R. R. Co. o. Hecht. 
e 95 U. S. 633, Terry v. Anderson. 



a 7 Wall. 643, The Belfast. 

6 12 Wall. 44, Tlic Maria Martin. 

b 14 Wall. 213, The Mabey. 

6 23 Wall. 11, The Clarita. 

6 92 U. S. 438, The America. 

c 93 U. S. 318, The Atlas. 

6 97 U. S. 313, Virginia Ehrman. 



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STUKGIS V. CLOUGH, 1 Wall. a78. 

Collision ; vessel sunk and raised; 
damages, a 

SriTOLK CO. V. HATDEN, 3 WaU. 318. 



a 8 "Wall. 387, The Baltimore. 



Patent law; licenses, a 
Infringement ; damages. 



a 19 Wall. 617, Packet v. Sickles. 
I 6 93 U. S. 70, Birdsallv. Coolidge 



a 100 U. S. 52, FairHeld v Gallatin 
6 101 U. S. 627, Jones v. Guar. Co. 



SUFFOUK INS. CO., "WTLtlAMS v. See Williams d. Suffolk Ins. Co. 
StJIXrVAN V. FUITON STKAMBOAT CO., 6 Wli. 450. 

U. S. courts; facts giving juris- I a 9 Wall. 565, Hornthall v. CoU'r. 
diction must be averred, o | a 12 Wall. 135, Mail Co. «. Flanders 

SUtnVAN V. POBTLAinj K. B. CO., 94 U. S. 806. 

Equity; laches, a | a 95U.S.160, BrownwBuenaVista 

I a 96 U. S. 257, McLean v. Fleming. 

SULirVANT, SrCORMICK V. See M'Cormick v. SuUivant. 
SUaOIEBS, KNOX V. See Knox v. Summers. 
StnuCSEB V. HICKS, 2 Bl. 532. 

.U. S. courts ; obligatory force of 
State decisions, a 

Deeds; subsequent consideration 
will validate. 6 

SUMBAIX, TOWTfSIiEY v. See Townsley v. Sumrall. 

SCNNTSIDE, THE, 91 IT. S. 805. 

Collision ; sailing vessels and 
steamers, a 

Wiien damages apportioned. 6 

Rules of navigation, c 
SCPEBVISOBS, BANK v. See Bank ■«. Supervisors. 
SUPEBVISOBS V. DITEANT, 9 Wall. 415. 

U. S. courts ; mandamus to com- I a 98 U. S. 398, U. S. v. N. Orleans, 
pel levy of tax to pay judgment, a I 

SCPEBVISOBS, KEmsICOTT -v. See Kennioott u. Supervisors. 
SUPEBVISOBS, NUGENT v. See Nugent v. Supervisors. 
SUPEBVISOBS, OICOTT v. See Olcott v. Supervisors. 
SUPEBVISOBS V. BOGEKS, 7 Wall. 175. 



a 91 U. S. 697, The Colorado. 
6 93 U. S. 319, The Atlas. 
c 93 U. S. 406, The Hasbrouk. 



U. S. courts ; power to order levy 
of tax to pay judgment, a 



SUPEBVISOBS V. SCHENCK, 5 WaU. 784. 

Municipal bonds in aid of rail- a 9 Wall. 414, 

roads; recitals; estoppel; bona- 6 10 Wall. 645, 

flde purchasers, a a]3 Wall. 305, 

Corporations ; estoppel. 6 a 14 Wall. 296, 

a 16 W^ll. 666, 
a92U. S.491. 
o 94 U. S. 206; 
a 96 U. S. 314, 



a 19 Wall. 117, Eees v. Watertown. 
a 93 U. S. 264, Barkley v. Comr's. 
a 98 U. S. .398, U. S. v. IS. Orleans. 

Mayor v. Lord. 
Mel- Bank u St Bank 
Pendleton v. Amy. 
Lexington v Butler 
St. Joseph jjKogers 
Coloma V. Eaves. 
Com'rs V. January. 
San Antonio v. 
Maheffy. 

a 97 U. S. 278, Macon v. Shores. 

h 99 U. S. 96, Hackett v. Ottovva 



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StTPERVISOBS V. U. S., 4 Wall. 444 

Municipal bmlds in aid of rsiil- 
roarls; levy of tax for payment; 
mandamus, a 

Power of Legislature to repeal 
tax law. h 

■ Municipal corporations; liability 
for negligence, c 
SCPERVISOBS V. V. S., 18 Wall. 83 

U. S. courts; obligatory force of 
State decisions, a 

STTPERVISOBS 
SUPERVISORS, 



fls 5 Wall. 708, Galena v. Amy. 
6 6 Wall. 194, Riggs v. Johnson. 
a U Wall. 482, WalkleyKMnsciitine 
a 9 Wall. 417, Supv'rs v. Dnraiit. 
a 19 Wall. 657, Heine v. Com'rs. 
c 91 U. S. 551, Barnes v. Dist. Col. 



a 97 U. S. 639, Davie v. Briggs. 

a 101 U. S. 686, Douglass v. Pike. 
WEI1I.S V. See Wells v. Supervisors. 
WEST WIS. R. R. V. See West Wis. E. E. v. SuperTisora. 



STJRGETT, EORD v. See Ford v. Surgett. 
SUBGETT V. LAPICB, 8 H. 64. 

Louisiana ; appeals and writs of 
eri-or. u I 

StrSSFIELD, ARTHUR v. See Arthur v. Sussfield. 
SUTHERLAND, WATSON v. See Watson 11. Sutlierland. 
SUTTER, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Sutter. 
SUYDAM V. BBOADNAX, 14 P. 75. 

Insolvent debtors ; discharge f i-om 
prison ; act of 1800. a 

U. S. courts; jurisdiction cannot 
be limited by State legisliition. 6 

Effect of pendency of proceed- 
ing in Pi'obate Court. 

Discharge under State insolvent 
law; debts due citizens of other 
States, d 

SUYDAM V. WTLMAMSON, 80 H. 488 

Supreme Court; how errorsshould 
be made to appear, a 

Error in overruling or sustaining 
demurrers, b 

When writ of error lies, c 

Special verdicts, d 

Writ of error to State court; 
dismissal for want of jurisdiction, e 

Effect of writ of error, f 

Error not properly appearing, 
judgment will be afflrined. g 

Jury trial ; waiver ; agreed state- 
ment of facts, h 



a 12 Wall. 442, Walker v. Dreville, 



a 2 H. 13, McNnttu. Bland. 
6 18 H. 504, Union Bank i>. Jolly, 
6 20 H. 173, Hyde v. Stone, 
c 23 H. 106, Green v. Crcighton. 
d 1 Wall. 232, Baldwin ». Hale. 
& 7 Wall. 430, Payne v. Hook. 
b 13 Wall. 286, R.B. Co. v Whittoii 



a 21 H. 87, Kelsey w. Forsyth. 
a 21 H. 226, Campbell v. Boyreau, 

2 Bl. 484, Tavlor w. Morton. 
1 Wall. 600, Pomeroy v. Bank. 

3 Wall. 661, Rogers w.Burl'gton 

5 Wall. 675, Thompsons. RIggs. 

6 Wall. 187, Riggs v. Johnson. 
6 Wall. 433, Miiraford u WardcU 
6 Wall. 729, Williamson ». Siiy- 

dam. 

8 Wall. 356, Young v. Martin. 

9 Wall. 429, Flanders v. Tweecl. 
e 10 Wall. 261, R. R. Co. u Morgan 
/lO Wall. 291, Slaughter -Ho use 

Cases. 
g 11 Wall. 677, Cork v. Burnley. 
a 12 Wall. 141, The Eutaw. 
h 12 Wall. 281, Kearney v. Case, 
e 13 Wall. 263. Klinger w. Missomi. 
h 14 Wall. 53, Henderson's Spirits 
h 15 Wall. 437, Richmond v. Smith 
6 16 Wall. 886, Ins. Co. v. Piaggio. 
g 23 Wall. 163, Stickney v. Wilt. 
a 91 U. S. 130, B. R. ». Trustees, 
c 91 U. S. 527, Gould v. R. B. Co. 
h 92 U. S. 473, Tyng v. Grinnell. 
a 94 U. S. 77, Storm v. U. S. 



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285 



SUYDAM V. WILIilAMSON, 34 H. 427. 



U. S. courts ; when tlwy follow 
the decisions of State courts as rules 
of property, a 



SWAIN V. SEAMANS, 9 WaU. 873. 

Equitable estoppel, a 



a 6 Wall. 73G, Williamson v Suj-- 

dam. 
a 18 Wall. 82, Supervisors u.U.S. 
a 93 U. S. 207, Oberw. Gallagher. 
a 97 U. S. 638, Davie v. Brigg:». 
a 100 U. S. 5.5, Fairfield u Gallatin . 
a 102 U. S. 65.5, Barrett u. Holmes. 



a 23 Wall. 351. Scholey v. Kovv. 
a 92 U. S. 85, O'Brien v. Weld. 
a 93 TJ. S. 130. County v Em. Co. 
a 96 U. S. 29, Jones u. U. S 
a 98 U. S. 238, Andrae v Kedfield 
a 100 U. S. 529, Mt. Pleasant v. 
Beckvvith. 

STVANN, ALEXANDRIA CANAL CO. v. See Alexandria Canal Co. v. Swann. . 
SWANN, BANK OF AIiEXANDBIA v. See Bank of Alexandria v. Swann. 
SWANN, BBOWN v. See Brown v. Swann. 
SWABTOUT, ELLIOTT v. See Elliott v. Swartout. 
SWABTOUT V. GIHON, 3 H. 110. 

Collectors; suit to recover back 1 a 4 H. 331, EanUln v. Hoyt. 
taxes; protest, a 1 

SWAETOtJT, TRACT v. See Tracy v. Swartout. 
SWATZE T. BUEKE, 1» P. 11. 

Deeds; fraud; avoidance, a 

SWEENY T. EASTER, 1 Wall. 166. 

Negotiable paper; drafts with 



bills of lading "for collection." a 
SWEENY V. U. S., 17 W^all. 77. 
U. S.; compromise of claim, a 

SWIFT, HANNIBAL B. B. CO 

SWIFT T. THYSON, 16 P. 1. 

Negotiable paper ; due diligence ; 
notice, a 

U. S. courts; force of State de- 
cisions; sec. 34 of act of 1789. 6 

Eights of bona-fide holders of 
negotiable paper, c 

Note received as security for pre- 
existing debt ; valuable considera- 
tion ; usual course of trade, d 



a 19 H. 324, Field v. Seabury. 

a 91 II. S. 97, Nat. Bank u. Bank. 

I a 92 U. S. 389, Savage v. U. S. 
See Hannibal E. E. Co. i). Swift. 



6100 
cil02 



H. 445, Lawrence v. McCal- 

mbnt. 
H. 471, Lane v. Vick. 
H. 145, Kussell v. Southard. . 
H. 517, Watson ». Tarpley. 
H. 356, Goodman v. Simonds. 
H. 108, Bank v. Neal. 
Wall. 121, Murray v. Lardner 
Wall. 785, Supv'rs v. Schenck 
Wall. 584, Butz v. Muscatine, 
Wall. 550, Bank v. Eldred. 
Wall. 548, Boyce v. Tabb. 
Wall. 166, Sawyer v. Prickett 
Wall. 322, Chambers!). Clews 
U. S. 453, Townsend v. Todd 
U. S. 757, Collins v. Gilbert.. 
U. S. 481, Brown v. Spofford 
U. S. 246, Gates «. Nat. Bank 
U. S. 23, K. E. Co. V. Bank. 



SWOBMBTEDT, SMITH v. See Smith u. Swormstedt. 



286 MANUAL OF SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. 

SYRACUSE, THE, 18 Wall. 173. 

Collision ; Supreme Court will i a 94 U. S. 603, The Stephen Morgan 
only reverse in clear case, a \ 

TAGGABT, CALIIWEI<I< v. See OaldweU v. Taggart. 

TAGGEBT, BATTIN T. See Battin v. Taggert. 

TAINTOR, TATIOB T. See Taylor v. Taiator. 

TALBOT, BECKWITH v. See Becfcwitli v. Talbot. 

TALBOT T. JANSEN, 3 Ball. 133. 

Prize ; illegal captures ; priva- | a 1 Wh. 252, L'Invincible. 



teers ; covering prize, a 

TALBOT, McCOBMICK v. See McOormlok v. Talbot. 

TALBOT V. SEAMAN. See Amelia, The. 

TALCOTT, tiNE GBOYE v. See Pine Grove v. Talcott. 

TAPPAN T. MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, 19 WaU. 604. 

Taxation ; uniformity, a | a 92 U. S. 612, St. E. R. Tax Cases. 

TAEKINGTON, BROWN -r. See Brown i>. Tarkington. 
TABPLEY, WATSON v. See Watson v. Tarpley. 
TARTER V. KEACH, IS W^aU. 67. 



Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State court; Federal questions 
growing out of the civil war. a 



TARTER T. TARTER, 9 P. 180. 

Wills; setting aside probate ; jii- 
l-isdiction of U. S. courts, a 



a 92 U. S. 130. Rockhold v. Rock- 
hold. 
a 92 IT. S. 287, Ins. Co. v. Hendren 
a 98 U. S. 333, Bank v. McVeigh. 



o 2 H. 640, Gaines v. Chew. 

a 18 H. 471, Fouvergne ». N. Orl. 

a 22 H. 488, Adams v. Preston. 

TATHAM, LE ROT v. See Le Eoy v. Tatham. 
TATXOE T. MERCHANTS' INS. CO., 9 H. 405. 



a 17 H. 455, Stevens v. Gladding. 
6 19 H. 318, Ins. Co. b. Un. Ins. Co. 
c 94 U. S. 45, Utley ». Donaldson. 
d 94 U. S. 631, Eames v. Ins. Co. 



Equity ; general relief, o 

Corporations; powers of agents.6 

Sale of personal property ; when 
complete, c 

Insurance ; when complete, d 
TATLOE, RIGGS v. See Eigga ■». Tayloe. 
TATLOE V. RIGGS, 1 P. 591. 

Parol testimony, a \a 5 H. 288, Phillips o. Preston. 

Secondary evidence. 6 | 6 14 H. 260, De Lane v. Moore. 

TAYLOE T. SANDIFORD, 7 Wh. 13. 

Application of payments, a | a 5 P. 305, Page «. Patton. 

TAYLOE V. THOMPSON, 5 P. 370. 

Jurisdiction, a I a 10 P. 450, Voorhees «, Bank U. S. 

Maryland ; judgment hens. 6 | 6 7 H. 764, MassingiU v. Downs. 

TAYLOR, EX PARTE, 14 H. 3. 

Supreme Court ; mandamus, a | a 101 U. S. 720, ex parte R. R. Co. 

TAYIOR, BEATER v. See Beaver v. Taylor. 
TAYLOR V. BENHAM, 6 H. )869. 

Equitable conversions, a | a 19 Wall. 174, Cropley v. Cooper. 

TAYLOR, BODLEY v. See Bodley v. Taylor. 



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TAYLOR T. BROWN, 5 Cr. 834. 

Virginia land laws, a 

Patent ; what omissions cured 
by. h 

Obligatory force of decisions of 
State courts, c 

TATLOR V. CARRTT,, 80 H. 683. 

Conflict of inrisdiction ; State i a 24 H. 454. Freeman v. Howe 



a 3 Wli. 595, Craig v. Radford. 
6 3 P. 3;ie. Stringer v. Young, 
c 6 P. 291, Green v. Neal. 



and Federal courts, a 

Admiralty; jurisdiction over for- 
eigners. 6 

Attacbment of vessel by State 
court; not a proceeding in admi- 
ralty, c 

Proceedings in rem ; seizures, d 



a 2 Wall. 402, The Slavers. 

a 3 Wall. 340, Burk v. Colbath. 

a G Wall. 197, Eiggs v. .Johnson. 

6 9 Wall. 45?, I'he M. Hammond. 

a 13 Wall. 716. Watson v. Jone>. 

c 15 Wall. 384, Penny wit v. Eaton. 

a 16 Wall. 370, Taylor w. Taintor. 

a 19 Wall. 223, Ins. Co. v. Dunn. 
' a 20 Wall. 392, N. Orl. v. S. S. Co. 
: a 22 Wall. 253, French v. Hay. 
i d 23 Wall. 464, The Rio Grande. 
TATX.OR, CONTfElT v. See Connely ■o. Taylor. 
TATTLOR, EtMEKDORF v. See Elmendorf v. Taylor. 
TATLOR, KEARNEY v. See Kearney v. Taylor. 
TAYLOR V. LONGWORTH, 14 P. 174. 

Equity; specific performance; 
when time is of the essence of con- 
tract, a 

Error; waiver of objections. & 

TAYLOR, McFERRAN t. See McFerran v. Taylor. 
TAYLOR, Mcknight v. see McKnight v. Taylor. 
TAYLOR T. MASON, 9 'Wll. 385. 

Wills ; devises on conditions I a 14 H. 496, Webster v. Cooper, 
subsequent, a \ 

TAYLOR V. MORTON, 8 Bl. 484. 

Supreme Court ; will generally 
affirm when error is not properly 
shown, a 



a 20 H. 507, Ahl v. Johnson. 
b 22 Wall. 245, French v. Hay. 



TAYLOR V. MYERS, 7 Wll. 83. 

Virginia military lands; with- 
drawal of wariaiit. a 



a 1 Wall. 604, Ponieroy v. Bank. 
a 10 Wall. 260, E. R. v. Morgan. 
a 11 Wall. 676, Cook v. Burnley. 
a 12 Wall. 141, The Eutaw. 
a 91 U. S. 131, R. R. v. Trustees. 

a 1 P. 632, Jackson v. Clark. 
a 4 P. 337, Gait v. Galloway, 
a 6 P. C72, Lindsey v. Myers. 
a 7 H. 266, McArthur v. Dunn. 

TAYLOR, PATTON v. See Pattoa v. Taylor. 
TAYLOR, ROCKENDORF v. See Eookendorf v. Taylor. 
TAYLOR v. SAVAGE, 1 H. 884. 

Administrator de bonis non ; lia- I o 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benhara. 
bility. a \ 

TAYLOR, SHEPPARD v. See Sheppard v. Taylor. 
TAYLOR, STANFORD v. See Stanford v. Taylor. 
TAYLOR V. TAINTOR, 16 W^aU. 370. 

U. S. courts ; conflict of jurisdic- I a 20 Wall. 392, N. Orl. v. S. S. Co. 
tion; Slate courts, a 1 a 22 Wall. 253, French «. Hay, 



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a 4 H. 243, Clifton v. U. S. 
6 4 H. 331, Rankin v. Hoyt. 
c 3 Wall. 143, CI iqnot Champagne 
d 3 Wall. 148, Fennersteln Cliam.- 

pagne. 
e 23 Wall. 380, Symthe v. Fiske. 



TAYIiOK, TEBKETT v. See Terrett v. Taylor. 
TAYtOB T. tr. S., 3 H. 197. 

Verdict; one good count will 
support, a 

Collectors of cnstoms; suits 
against to recover back duties ; act 
1845. 6 

"Probable cause;" "onus pro- 
band!." 

Hearsay; invoices by other mer- 
chants, d 

Eevenue laws ; construction, e 

TAYtOB, WAXKEK T. See Walker v. Taylor. 
TATLOB, WATSON v. See Watson v. Taylor. 
TEAIi V. EELTON, 19 H. 893. 

U. S. and State courts; concur- | a 93 U. S. 142, Claflia v. Houseman 
rent jurisdiction, a I 

TEBBITTS, WBIGHT v. See Wright v. Tebbltts. 



TEESE V. HUNTINGTON, 83 H. 10. 

Patent liiw ; pi'acticc. a 
" Notice of special matter." 6 
Infringement; defense of pre- 
vious invention, c 
Damages ; counsel fees, d 
Cross-examination, e 



a 7 Wall. 596, Agagam v. Jordon. 
6 8 Willi. 427, Blanchard u. Put- 
nam; 
6 9 Wall. 739, Wise v. Allis. 
c 11 Wall. 539, Seymour u Oabonio 
d 15 Wall. 230, Oelrichs v. Spain. 
d 15 Wall. 453, Flanders v. Tweed. 
e 17 Wall. 542, Rea v. Missouri, 
c 95 U. S. 218, Roemer v. Simon. 



TELEGKAPH, THE. See O'Reilly v. Morse. 
TJILEGEAPH CO. v. EYSEB, 19 Wall. 435. 

Supersedeas, a | a 93 U. S. 89, Kitchen ». Randolph 

TELEAIE, COOPEE v. See Cooper u. Tellair. 
TENBEOCK, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Tenbrock. 
TENNESSEE, COLEMAN v. See Coleman d. Tennessee. 
TENNESSEE v. DAVIS, 100 V. S. 357. 

Constitution ; power of Congress 
to autliorizo removal of case ; when 
a defense arises under the Consti- 
tution or laws, a 

AmtMidments 13 and 14. 6 



a 100 U. S. 312, Strauder v. W. Va. 
6 100 U. S. 345, ex parte Virginia. 
a 102 U. S. 140, R. R. Co. v. Miss. 



TENNESSEE, FAEEINGTON v. See Farrington v. Tennessee. 
TENNESSEE, HENDEESON v. See Henderson d. Tennessee. 
TENNESSEE, EAIXBOAD CO. v. See Railroad Co. u. Tennessee. 



TENNESSEE v. SNEED, 96 TJ. S. 69. 

Constitution; obligation of con- 
tracts; remedy, a 



a 96 U. S. 637, Brine v. Ins. Co. 
a 97 U. S. 456, Keith v. Clark. 
a 101 U. S. 438, S. Car. v. Gaillai'il. 



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289 



TEBKEXT V. TATL,OR, 9 Cr. 43. 

Kevolntionary war ; effect on 
civil rights, a 

Vestry; powers. 6 

Constitution ; grant cannot be 
resiimt'd by Legislature ; obligation 
of contracts, c 

Title by estoppel, d 

Act of Congress may vest the 
legal title, e 

Eight of Legislature to modify a 
charter, f 



a 8 Wh. 4S0, Society v. N. Haven. 
6 9 Wli. 445. Mason v. Miincaster. 
c 2 P. 653, Williinson v. Leland. 
d 4 P. 80, Carver v. Jackson. 
e 12 P. 294, Galloway v. Fhiley. 
c 6 H. 332, Plant. Bank v. Sharp, 
c 10 H. 536, E.Hartf'duBridgeCo. 
c 16 H. 376, State Bank v. Knoop. 
c 1 Bl. 373. Rice v. Railroad Co. 
c 4 Wall. 550, Van Hoffman v. 

Quincey. 
c 13 Wall. 213, Penn. Coll. Cases. 
/lo Wall. 4S9, Miller v. State. 

TERKIIi V. AULISON, »1 'Wall. 889. 

Equity ; writs of assistance, a \ a 101 U. S. 849, Howard v. R. R. 
TEKKILIi, CASE V. See Case v. Terrill. 
TEBKT V. ANDERSON, 95 r. S. 638. 

Limitations; constitutionality of I a 98 U. S. 252, Gifford v. Helms, 
acts passed by the Southern States a 99 U.S. 27, Mills v. Scott. 
on the terminatiop of the war. a \ 
TEKKT, MFE INS. CO. v. See Life Ins. Co. v. Terry. 
TERRY V. TUBMAN, 93 U. S. 156. 

Corporations; stockholders ; in- a 95 U. S. 632, Terry u. Anderson 
dividual liability, a a 99 IT. S. 29, Mills v. Scott. 

a 101 U. S. 213, Hatch v. Dana. 
TESCHMAKER, TJ. S. v. See U. S. v. Teschmaker. 
TESSON, GREGG v. See Gregg v. Tesson. 
TEXAS V. CHII.es, 81 WaU. 488. 

Evidence! of parties in U. S. I a 22 Wall. 350, R. R. v. Pollard, 
courts, a I 

TEXAS, HUNTINGTON v. See Huntington v. Texas. 
TEXAS, NAT. BANK v. See Nat. Bank v. Texas. 
TEXAS V. "WHITE, 7 WaU. 717. 

Civil war ; effect of military oc- 
cupation, a 

Contracts in aid of the rebellion 
void. 6 

What acts of States in rebellion 
valid and what void, c 

Negotiable paper overdue ; pur- 
chase of. d 



19 



9 Wall. 
12 Wall. 



6 12 Wall. 



133, The Grapeshot. 

845, Hannaner v Wood- 
ruff. 

357, Thomas v. Rich- 
mond. 
6 12 Wall. 534, Legal Tender Cas. 
c 16 Wall. 225, Davis v. Gray, 
c 16. Wall. 410, Huntington v Tex. 
b 20iWaJl. 82, Nat. Bank «. Tex. 
6 20 Wall. 464, Sprott v. U. S. 
d 21 Wall. 145, Vermilyew. Adams 
e 22 Wall.. 102, U. S. v. Ins. Co. 
d 22^ Wall. 165, In re Chiles. 
6, 22 Wall. 490i Taylor v. Thomas. 
c 91iU. S. 596,. Boiling v.Lersner 
6, 96.U..S- 195, Dewing v. Perdic- 

aries. 
\o 97 TJ. S. 460. Keith v. Clark. 
6 99 U. S. 190; Ketchum v. Buck- 
ley, 
c 102 U. S. 418, Daniels u.Tearney 



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a 16 Wall. 410, HiTnt.ino;ton» Texas 
a 20 Wall. 83, If at. Bank v. Texas. 



TEXAS V. HARDENBUBG, 10 ■Wall. 

State bonds ; invalidity without 
indorsement ; acts in aid of the re- 
bellion void, o 
THATCECEB, McANDREWS v. See McAndrews «. Thatcher. 
THATCHER, MATHEW T. See Mayhew v. Thatcher. 
THATCHER T. POWEM,, 6 Wh. 187. 

U. S. courts ; force of State decis- i a 12 Wh. 161, Jackson v. Chew, 
ions, a i a 6 P. 292, Green v. Neal. 

Tax titles. 6 I o 4 H. .51, Beals v. Hale. 



Deeds ; when party claiming 
under must show performance, c 



6 9 H. 256, Mason v. Fearson. 

6 16 H. 615, Early v. Doe. 

c 2 Wall. 319, Ransom B.Williams 



THATER, JOHNSON CO. v. See Johnson Oo. v. Thayer. 
THEi:.I.rSON V. SMITH, 8 Wh. 426. 

Priority of U. S. a I a 1 P. 434, Conard v. Ins. Co. 

I a 92 U. S. 623, Lewis v. U. S. 

THTBTT HOGSHEADS OF SUGAR v. BOYIE, 9 Cr. 195. 



Maritime jurisdiction ; prize, a 
Title to conquered territory; 
when it vests. 6 

THOMAS, BAI.I.ARD v. See Ballard v. Thomas. 

THOMAS, BRADSTREET v. See Bradstreet D. Thomas. 

THOMAS, DANFORTH v. See Danforth i). Thomas. 

THOMAS v. HARVIE, 10 Wh. 146. 



a 13 Wall. 393, The Siren. 

b 16 Wall. 434, U. S. ». Hnckabee. 



Equity ; limitation ^ laches, a 
Rehearing discretionary, h 
Bills of review, c 



a 10 Wh. 157, Elmendorfi) Taylor 

a 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 

6 14 Wall. 22, Steines u. Franklin. 

c 100 U. S. 107, Ricker ». Powell. 
THOMAS, MARTIN v. See Martin v. Thomas. 

THOMAS, MECH. & TRAD. BANK v. See Mech. & Trad. Bank v. Thomas. ' 
THOMAS V. OSBORN, 19 H. 39. 

Admiralty; liens of material- 
men, a 



Ships; owners '■'■pro hac vice." b 
Hypothetication of vessel, c 



a 9 Wall. 138, The Grapeshot. 

o 10 Wafl. 203, The Lulu. 

a 10 Wall. 209, The Kalorama. 

6 12 Wall. 416, Thorp v. Hammond 

a 20 Wall. 164, Ins. Co. v. Baring. 

c 96 U. S. 649, Ins. Co. v. Gosszler 
THOMAS, RTAN v. See Byan v. Thomas. 
THOMAS, SCHTJYXER CO. T. See Schuyler Co. ». Thomas. 
THOMAS, SCOTLAND CO. v. See Scotland Co. v. Thomas. 
THOMAS, SHIEI.DS v. See Shields v. Thomas. 
THOMAS V. WOODBIDGE, 83 'Wall. 888. 

Supreme Court ; motions to dis- 1 a 94 U. S. 493, Clark v. Hancock, 
miss ; when made, a \ 

THOMAS GIBBONS, THE, 8 Or. 481. 

Prize ; war of 1812 ; instructions I a 9 Cr. 139, The Mary, 
of President, a 



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THOMAS JEFFERSON, THE, 10 'WTl, 

Maritime contracts ; admiralty 
jm'isdiction. a 

Flow of ebb and tide. 5 

Above case overruled, c 

Navigable streams ; public high- 
ways, d 



THOMPSON V. DEAN, 7 WaU. 344, 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a 



. 4^8. 

a 10 P. 108, Hobart ». Drogan. 
a 11 P. 175, Orleans v. Phoebus, 
a 5 H. 452, Waring ». Clarke, 
a 6 H. 378. N. J. Nav. Co.i). Bank. 
6 12 H. 450. Gon. Chief v. Fitzhugh 
c 20 H. 297. Jackson v. Magnolia. 
c 4 Wall. 562. The Hine & Trevor 
d 7 Wall. 288, K. R. v. Schurmier. 
a 7 Wall. 637, The Belfast.. 
a 21 Wall. 554, Edwards ». Elliott. 

a 7 Wall. 577, R. E. e. Bradleys. 
a 12 Wall. 98, French v. Shoe- 
maker. 
a 22 Wall. 245, French v. Hay. 



THOMPSON, DODDRIDGB V. See Doddridge ■». Thompson. 
THOMPSON, GAINES v. See Gaines v. Thompson. 
THOMPSON, GKEELEY-v. See Greeley ii. Thompson. 
THOMPSON, GRIFFIN v. See Qriffln v. Thompson. 
THOMPSON, HILI, V. See Hill v. Thompson. 
THOMPSON T, LEE CO., 3 WaU. 330. 

County and municipal subscrip- a 4 Wall, 
tions in aid of railroads; power of 

the Legislatures to authorize, a 6 5 Wall. 

Bona-fide holders of bonds issued c 7 Wall, 

for purpose not authorized, b d 7 Wall. 

Interest; coupons, c e 12 Wall. 

Ratification by Legislature, d / 14 Wall. 

Municipal corporations; powers, e d 16 Wall. 

Negotiability of bonds. . / c 20 Wall. 



274, Mitchell ». Burling- 
ton. 
784, Sup'vrs v. Schenck. 
105, Aurora v. West. 
624, Beloit v. Morgan. 
353, ThomasuRichmond 
293, Lexington v Butler 
663, Si. Joseph v Rogers 
589, Clark v. lawa. 



THOMPSON, KING v. See King v. Thompson. 
THOMPSON, MAGNIAC v. See Magniac v. Thompson. 
THOMPSON, MEAD V. See Mead v. Thompson. 
THOMPSON V. RAIXROAD CO., 6 WaU. 136. 



U. S. courts; law 
must be kept distinct. 



and 
a 



equity 



THOMPSON V. RIGGS, 6 WaU. 678. 

Banks ; general deposits, a 

Damages for failure to pay ; value 
of moneys, h 

Usages, e 

Courts of District of Columbia; 
practice; appeals, d 



d 93 U. S, 
c 100 U. S, 

THOMPSON, SHDTTK v. See Shutte v. Thompson. 
THOMPSON, TATTLOE v. See Tayloe D. Thompson. 



d 12 Wall. 442, Walker o. Dreville. 
a 99 U. S. 380, Van Norden v Mor- 
ton. 
alOOU. S.103, Hurt«Hollirtgsw'th 

6 Wall. 609, Soc.forSav.»Coito 
10 Wall. 155, Bank ■e. Millard. 

16 Wall. 503, Plan. Bank » Bank 

17 Wall. 122, OultonB. Sav. Inst. 
23 Wall. 503, Moran v. Pratlier. 

91 U. S. 134, R. R. V. Trustees. 

92 U. S. 370, Scammon c. Kim- 
ball. 

555, Stanton u.Embrey 
692, Bank v. Burkhardt 



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MANUAL OF SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. 



THOMPSON T. TOLMIE, H P. 157. 

Jurisdiction, a a 6P. 730. U. S. u. Arredonclo. 

a lOP. 469, VooiheesiiBankU.S. 

a 16 P. 81, Cocke v. Hiilsey. 

a 2 H. 3.'?5, Grignon v. Astor. 

a 18 H. 497, Beauregard v K. Orl. 

a 22 H. 11, Parker v. Kane. 

a 2 Wall. 345. Harvey v. Tyler. 

a 10 Wall. 316, Cooper w Reynolds 

a 102 U. S. 464, Hall v. Law. 

THOMPSON V. tnsnON PACIFIC B. B. CO., 9 Wall. 579. 

Constitution; State taxation of I a 18 Wall. 32, R. B.Co.u.Peniston 
agency of the U. S. o I 



THOMPSON T. WHITMAN, 18 Wall, 

Jurisdiction ; want of service, a 



497. 



THOBNHTLI., MOBGAN v. 



THOBINGTON v. SMITH, 8 WaU. 1. 

Contract; consideration; Confed- 
erate money, a 

What acts of Confederate States 
valid. 6 

Extrinsic evidence, c 

Whether Confederacy was a gov- 
ernment do facto, d 

PajTuents ; meaning of the word 
"dollars." e 



a 19 Wall. 61, Kuowles v. Gus Co. 
a 21 Wall. 454, Hill ». Mendenhall. 
a 91 U. S. 165, Hall v. Lanning. 
a 95 U. S. 730, Pennoyer v. STeff. 
See Morgan r. Thomhill. 



THOBNTON v. CABSON, 7 Cr. 597. 

Awards ; arbitrators, a 
Whether writ of error lies on 
awards. 6 

THOBNTON V. WENN, 1 Wh. 183. 

Negotiable paper ; notice ; waiver 

by indorser. a 
Failure of consideration. 6 
Warranty ; remedy of purchaser 

for breach, c 



665, Delmas v. Ins. Co. 
442, Haiiauer v. Wood- 
raff. 
555, Confed. Note Case 
3, Wll. R.R.J). King. 
596, Boiling v. Lersner 
435, Stewart v Salamon 

31, Reed v. Ins. Co. 
184, Williams ». Bruffy 
587, Bissell v. Hayward 

64, U. S. V. Peck. 



a 18 H. 248, York R. R. v. Myers. 
6 2 Wall. 130, Heckers v. Fowler. 



a 12 P. 498, Reynolds v. Douglass. 
6 9 H. 220, Withers v. Green, 
c 20 H. 150, Lyon v. Bertram. 
a 20 H. 173, Hyde v. Stone. 
a 20 II. 498, Sigerson v. Mathews. 



a 


14 Wall 


a 


15 Wall. 


a 


19 Wall 


a 


91 U. S 


b 


91 U. S 


a 


94 U. S 


c 


95 U. S 


d 


96 U. S 


e 


96 U. S 


c 


102 U. S 



THBASHEB, STACBY v. See Stacey v. Thrasher. 
THEEDGrLI- V. PINTAED, 18 H. 24,. 

a 1 Bl. 325. Harkriess », 



Estoppel; assignee cannot dis- 
pute title under which he iiolds. a 
Land titles ; sale before patent, b 



Underbill 
6 18 Wall. 314, Lamb v. Davenport 
6 99 U. S. 22, Hussey v. Smith. 



THBOGMOETON, U. S. v. See U. S. v. Throgmorton. 

THYSON, EA-SMOND t. See Raymond v. Thysou. 

THYSON, SWIFT v. See Swiit o. Thyson. 

TIDE WATEE CANAI. CO., GUB v. See Gue v. Tide Water Oanal Oo. 

TIEBNAN, OWINGS v. See Owings v Tiernan. 



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293 



•mVTSY V. BOATMAN INST., 18 TVall. 376. 



Bankruptcy; fraucluletit prefer- 
<?aces. a 



a 21 Wall. 369. Clark v. Min. 
a 21 Wall. 480. Fox v. Gardner. 
a 22 Wall. 178. Burnhisel « Firman 

TUTINT T. LUCAS, 15 WaU. 410. 

Bankruptcy; fraudulent sales, a ] a 16 Wall. 601, Wager v. Hall. 
TrrriNT, amXEK v. see Mm«r V. Tifflny. 
TH-aHMAN, MITCHEi:.!, T. See MitcheU v. Tilgliman. 
TULOTSON, MINOR v. See Minor v. Tillotson. 
TIIiTON v. COriEI,r», 93 V. S. 163. 

U. S. courts; amendments, a | a 101 U. S. 406, Bank v. Shermau. 

TINGET, V. S. V. See U. S. v. Tingej, 

TIOGA K. B. T. BLOSSBURG R. R., 80 WaU. 137. 

U. S. courts; when bound by the j a 21 Wall. 497, Erie E. R. v. Penn. 
decisions oE tlie State courts, a \ ■ 

TIPPING, BAILIIT T. See Bailiff d. Tipping. 

TISDAI.E, MUT. BEN. INS. CO. v. See Mut. Ben. Life Ins. Co. v. Tlsdale. 

TITUS T. U. S., ao WaU. 475. 

■riie civil war; Confederate gov- 1 a 92 U. S. 169, Whitfield o. U. S. 
cruraent; right to contract, a \ 

TOBY, RA^n>ON V. See Randon v. Toby. 

TODD V. DANIEL3, 16 P. 533. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a' a 6 H. 202, Forgay v. Conrad. 
Joint decrees, b | 6 20 H. 288, Mussina v. Cavazos. 

j I) 10 Wall. 417, Masterdon »..Hern- 

I don. 

I b 18 WaU. 579, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 

j b 20 WaU. 157, Simpson v. Gi'eeley 

a 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
«15 P. 170, Levy v. Fitzpatrick. 
b 17 H. 425, Herndon v. Ridgway. 
6 20 H. 214, Chaffee v. Hayward. i 
c 20 H. 555, MoCargo v. Chapman. 
d 1 Wall. 369, Schuehardt v. Allen 
e 10 Wall. 133, Wiggins « Burkham 
a 20 Wall. 7, Habich v. Folger. 



TOLAND V. SPBAGUE, 18 P. 300. 

Jurisdiction over the person; 
waiver, a 

Nou-resident defendants, b 

Final judgments, c 

Whencourtcan direct a verdict, d 

"Reasonable time;" wlien a 
question for the court, e 



TOIEB, ARMSTRONG v. See Armstrong v. Toler. 
TOUMIE, THOMPSON v. See Thompson v. Tolmie. 



TOME v. DUBOIS, 6 WaU. 555. 

Instructions to the jury, a 
Sales ; when title passes. 6 

TOMLINSON V. BRANCH, 15 WaU. 

Constitution ; taxation ; exemp- 
tion, a 

How affected by consolidation of 
railroads, b 



I a 16 WaU. 517, Tweed's Case. 
I 6 100 U. S. 131, Hatch v. Oil Co. 

469. 

a 20 Wall. 42, R.R. Co. v Maguire 
a 21 Wall. 498, Erie R. R. v. Penn. 
a 92 U. S. 676, R. R. v. Georgia. 
a 92 U. S. 682, Branch c.Charl'ton 
6 94 U. S. 690, Scotland v. Thomas 
b 94 U. S. 726, R. R. v. Virginia. 



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MASUAL OF SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. 



TOMXINSON V. JESSIIP, 15 WaU. 454. 



Constitution; obligation of con- 
tracts; exemptions from taxation, a 

Licenses ; revocable. 6 

Legislative control over cliar- 
ters. c 



a 20 Wall. 42, R. K. v. Maguire. 
h 94 U. S. 540, Doyle v. Ins. Co. 
a 9&U. S. 511, B. R. Co. v. Maine. 
a 99 U. S. 353, Hoge v. B. R. Co. 
e m U. S. 720, Sinking-Fund Cases 



TOMPKIKS T. WHEELER, 16 P. 106. 

Bankruptcy ; assignments for 
benefit of creditors ; presumed as- 
sent, a 

TO or T. MARTIN, 13 WaU. 40. 

Bankruptcy; fraudulent prefer- 



o 8 H. 438, Grove v. Brien. 



TOOI. CO. V. NORRIS, S Wall. 46. 

Illegal contract for Improperly 
Influencing Legislature, a 



a 16 Wall. 308, Buchanan v. Smith. 
a 16 Wall. 601, Wager' w. Hall. 
a 94 U. S. 557, Dtitcher v. Wright. 
a 95 U. K. 346, Nat. Bank ». Cook. 

a 21 Wall. U9, Trist v. Child. 
a 93 U. S. 557, Stanton vEmbrey 
a 101 U. S. Ill, Megaire II Corwine 



TOOMBS, HOKNBUCKXE v. See Hambucklei). Toombs. 
TOFEKA, XjOAJS ASS. v. See Loan Ass. u. ToiMka. 
TOBKANCE, MOIXAN v. See MoUan i). Torrance. 



TOWNSENB T. GBEEXET. 6 Wall. 336. 



California; Mexican titles; pu- 
eblo lands, a 

Confirmations ; to whose benefit 
they enure, h 



XOWNSEKD V. JAMISON, 9 H. 407. 

Contracts ; by what law govern- I 
ed; limitations, a I 

TOWNSLEY X. SVMBAU., 8 P. l?*. 

Contracts ;. consideration, a 

Negotiable paper ; rights ol hold- 
er when taken for pre-existing 
debt. 6 

Acceptance by parol, c 

TOWSI.ET, JOHNSON v. See Johnson v. Toiwsley. 
TRABCE, SMITH v. See Smith ». Trabne. 
TRACY V. HOI4COMBE, 24 H. 486. 



a 6 Wall. 372, Grisar« McDowell 
a 13 Wall. 388, Alex'der b. Roulct 
h 13 Wall. 490, Carpentier»Mont- 

gomery. 
o 98 U. S. 16, Palmer v. Low. 
alOOU. S. 139, Brownsville uCav- 

azos. 
a 100 D. S. 255., Trenouth v. San 

Francisco. 



a 6 Wall. 538, Hanger «. Abbott. 



a 15 P. 311, U. S. V. Linn. 
6 16 P. 14, Swift V. Tyson. 
a 22 H. 43, Emerson ». Slater. 
a 22 Wall. 507, Piatt v. U. S. 
c 91 U. S. 414, Soudder u. Bank. 



Supreme Court ; 
raents. a 



final judg- 



TRACY V. IRWIN, 18 WaU. 650. 

Tax titles, a 



a IS Wall. 588, Moore ». Bobbins. 
a 20 Wall. 654, Parcels ». Johnson. 
a 94 U. S. 517, Davis v. Crouch. 

a 22 Wall. 274, Hampton v. Rouse. 
a 90 U. S. 1S6, Atwood v. Weems. 



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a 4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 

6 12 H. 289, Teal v. Pelton. 

c 95 U. S. 238, Ins. Co. v. Rodel. 



TRACT V. SWABTOUT, 10 P. 95. 

Public oflScers ; torts, a 

When protected. 6 

Court (Min direct a verdict, c 

TRANS. CO. V. HOPE, 95 U. S. 897. 

Instructions to tlie jury, a l a 101 U. S. 149, WortliiiiKton v. 

I Mason. 

TRANS. CO., WAIKER v. See 'Walker v. Trans. Co. 

TRAPNAIX,, WOODRUEF v. See Woodruff ». Trapnall. 

TRASK V. MAGUIRE, 18 WaU. 401. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- I a 93 U. S. 224, Morgan v Louisiana 
tracts ; exemption from taxation, a \ 

TREASURER, ARMSTRONG v. See Armstrong v. Athens Oo. 

TREASURER, INS. CO. v. See Ins. Co. v. Treasurer. 

TREBrLCOCK, UPTON t. See Upton v. Trebilcock. 

TREBIXCOCK V. "WnSON, 18 WaU. 687. 

Payments ; contract to pay in I a 17 Wall. 672, The Emily Souder. 
gold, a I a 22 Wall. Ill, Maryland v. E. R. 

TREVINO, CAVAZOS v. See Cavazos v. Trevino. 

TRIGG, POSTMASTER-GENERAX v. See Postmaster-General v. Trigg. 

TRIMBI.E, RAILROAD V. See Railroad v. Trimble. 

TRIPI.ETT, BAJSK OF WASH. v. See Bank o£ Washington v. Triplet!. 

TRIST V. CHILD, 81 WaU. 450. 



Attorneys; contingent fees; em- 
ployment before commissions, a 

Contracts for lobbying and use of 
influence. 6 



a 91 U. S. 254, Wrights. Tebbets. 
b 93 U. S. 557, Stanton ».Embrey 
6 95 IT. S. 682, Farrington wTenn 
6 101 U. S. Ill, Meguire v Corwine 



TROUT, HOLKEES v. See Holmes v. Trout. 

TROT IRON CO., CORNING v. See Corning v. Troy Iron Oo. 

TROT IRON EACTORT t. CORNING, 14 H. 808. 

Patent law; invention; improve- I a 15 H. 464, Corning ». Iron Factory 
ment in manufacture of nails, a 



TRULT V. WANZBB, S H. 148. 

Judgments; injunctions against.a 



a 9 H. 311, Humphreys v. Leggett 
a 17 H. 584, Wanzer v. Truly. 
a 94 U. S. 659, Crim v. Handley. 



TRULT, WANZER V. See Wanzer v. Truly. 
TUBMAN, TERRT v. See Terry v. Tubman. 
TUCKER V. FERGUSON, 88 WaU. 587. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts; exemption from taxation, a 

Construction against tlie privi- 
lege. 6 



TUCKER, HXLIi V. See Hill v. Tucker. 



a 93 U. S. 595, R, R. v. Sup'rs. 
a 95 U. S. 686, Farrington v Tenn 
6 97 U. S. 667, Fertilizing Co. v. 

Hyde Parli. 
a 100 U. S. 561, Newton v. Com'rs. 



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TUCKER V,. OXLET, 5 Cr. 34. 

Supreme Court; writ of erfor; 
agreed case, a 

Bankruptcy; partners ; joint 
creditois ; separate estate. 6 

Set-offs, c 
TtJEL, TYI.br v. See Tyler v. Tael. 
TUXIilS, COOK V. See Cook v. Tnllis. 
TURK, POUND T. See Pound v. Tnrk. 
TURK, WHITE v. See White v. Turk. 
TURNER V. BANK OF NORTH AMERICA, 4 Dall, 

U. S. courts; negotiable paper; 
suits by indorsee ; citizenship ; lltii 
section judiciary act. a 

Person bringing suit must aver 
the facts giving the court jurisdic- 
tion. 6 



a 16 P. 296. U. S. v. Eliason. 
b Sn.4it, Merrill k. Neill. 
c 18 Wall. 633, Gray i\ Eollo. 



8. 

a 9 Wh. 538, Mollan v. Turner. 
a 11 P. 82, Evans v. Gee. 
a 5 H. 288, Phillips v. Preston, 
a G H. 36, Bank U. S. v. Moss. 
a 8 H., 448, Sheldon J7. Hill. 
a 13 H. 186, CoiTee v. Plant. Bank. 
a 8 Wall. 396, Bradley v. Khines. 
6 9 Wall. 390, Bushnell v. Ken- 
nedy. 
6 9 Wall. 565, Horntiiall v. CoU'r. 
6 9 Wall. 575, Assessor v. Osborn. 
b 18 Wall. 577, Sew.Mach.Co.Case 
a 19 Wall. 83, Morgan v. Gay. 

TURNER, McNITT v. See MoNitt v. Turner. 
TURNER, PARKS v. See Parks v. Turner. 
TURNER V. SMITH, 14 Wall. 553. 

Tax titles, a | o 99 U. S. 445, Keeley v. Sanders. 

TURNER, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Turner. 
TURNER, WAIKER v. See "Walker v. Turner. 
TURNER V. TATBS, 16 H. 88. 

Bills of exceptions, a o 20 H. 252, U. S. v. Breitling. 

Province of the jury and court; a 20 H. 438, Suydam u. Williamson, 
proving contract. 6 a 2B1. 568, Dredge ». Forsyth. 

Objection.-! cannot be first taken b 8 Wall. 268. Drakely v. Gregg, 
in tiie Supreme Court, c c 20 Wall. 41S, Mays v. Pritton. 

a 93 U. S. 555, Stanton v. Embrey. 
TURPIN, SAWYER v. See Sawyer v. 'furpin. 
TURRIIili V. R. R. CO., 1 Wall. 508. 



Patent law ; " Cawood " patent 
for improvement In reforming and 
welding railroad rails, a 

TUTHILL, SAIiTMARSH v. See Saltmarsh v. Tut Mil. 
TWEED, FLANDERS v. See Flanders v. Tweed. 
TWEED, INS. CO. V. See Ins. Co. v. Tweed. 
TWENTY PER CENT. CASES, 13 WaU. 676. 



a 94 U. S. 695, Cawood Patent. 



Joint resolution of February 28, 
1867; additional compensation to 
persons in civil service, a 



TWIN LICK OHi CO. ■ 

Equity; laches, a 



a 20 Wall. 184, Twenty P. Ct. Cas. 
a 91 U. S. 306, U. S. v. Allison. 
a 91 U. S. 319, U. S. v. Ashfleld. 
o 95 U. S. 749, U. S. v. Meigs. 

MARBURY, 91 U. S. 587. 

I a 96 U. S. 618, Hayward v. Bank. 



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TWrrCHBXI. V. COMMONWEAIiTH, 7 Wall. 331. 



Constitution ; first ten amend- 
ments ; limits power of U. S. a 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State court ; allowance. 6 



a 9 Willi. 278, Justices v. Murray. 
6 9 Willi. 783. Gleason v. Florida. 
a 21 Wall. 557, Edwards v. Elliott. 
a 92 U. S. 552, U. S. v. Cruikshank 



TWO HUNDRED CHESTS OP TEA, TJ. S. v. See U. S. v. 200 Chests of Tea. 
TTACK, DOSS V. See Doss v. Tyaok. 

TTtEK V. DEFBEES, 11 "Wall. 831. 

Confiscation, a 

Constitution ; " due process ol 



a 95 U. S. 778, Alexandria!). Fair- 
fax. 
6 102 U. S. 594, Springer v. U. S. 



law." 6 

TTIiER, HABVET v. See Harvey v. Tyler. 
TYIEK, MAGWTRE v. See Magwire v. Tyler. 
TELER V. TUEL, 6 Cr. 384. 

Patent law ; assignees ; suit for | a 7 Wall. 521, Moore v. Marsh, 
infringement, a I 

TTLEB, V. S. V. See U. S. o. Tyler. 
TTNEN, C. S. V. See U. S. <t. Tynen. 
UDAtli V. THE OHIO, 17 H. 17. 

Sup. Court; amount in dispute, a | a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill v. Petty. 

TTDELI- V. DAVTDSON, 7 H. 769. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to I a 10 H. 322, Henderson u. Tenn. 
State courts ; Federal question, a | a 15 H. 351, Walworth v. Kneeland 

UNION BANK v. GEABT, 5 P. 99. 

Pleadino- in equity ; answer must I a 4 H. 216, Carpenter v. Ins. Co. 
be responsWe to the bill. u. | a 6 H. 529, Patterson v. Gaines. 

UNION BANK V. JOIXT, 18 H. 503 



U. S. courts; jurisdiction cannot 
be impaired by State legislation, a 
Conflict of jurisdiction, b 



a 20 H. 173, Hyde v. Stone. 
6 2:J H. 107, Green v. Creighton. 
a 7 Wall. 430, Payne v. Hook. 
a 13 Wall. 286, B.K. Co.u Whitton 



UNION BANK V. I.AIBD, 8 Wh. 390. 

Stock • liens on ■ waiver, a I a 1 P. 304, Mecli. Bank v. Seton. 

btock , uens on , waive. | „ lo p. 610, Brent v. Bank Wash. 

UNION BANK, MAGRITDEB v. See Magruder v. Union Bank. 
UNION BANK V. MAGRUDER, 7 P. 887. 

Negotiable paper ; notice and de- a 20 P. 498, Sigerson v. Mathews. 
mand° for payment ; discharge of 
iadorser. a 

UNION BANK OP PLA., BROWN v. See Brown v. Union Banli of Florida. 
UNION BANK, PLANTERS' BANK v. See Planters' Bank v. Union Bank. 
UNION BANK, STAFPOBD v. See Stafford i). Union Bank. 
UNION BANK TENN., BRADFORD v. See Bradford v. Union Bank Tenn. 



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UNION INS. CO. V. U. S., 6 WaU. 763 

Confiscation act of 1862 ; iiuisdic- 
tion o! IJ. S. District Courts, a 

Supi-eme Court ; reversals where 
court , below is without jurisdic- 
tiou. h 



a 6 Wall. 772, U. S. ». Hart. 
a 7 Wall. 579, Morris ». U. S. 
a 8 Wall. 511, Morris's Cotton. 
a 10 Wall. 543, ex parte Graham, 
a 11 Wall. 304, Miller v. U. S. 
& 23 Wall. 164, Sticliney v. Wilt. 

See Com. Mut. Ins. Co. v. Unioa Ins. Co. 

See Thompson ii. Union Pao. B. E. Co. 
R. R. CO., V. S. T. See U. S. v. Union Pac. E. E. Co. 
R. R. CO. V. U. S., 99 U. S. 40a. 



UNION INS. CO., COM. INS. CO. v. 
UNION PAC. R. R., THOMPSON v. 
UNION PAC, 
UNION PAC, 



Subsidies to the Pacific railroads ; 
construction of acts of Congress, a 

UNION S. S. CO. V. NEW YORK S. S, 

Collision ; when loss must rest 
where it falls, a 
Inevitable accident. 6 
Lights, c 



a 99 U. S. 450, U. S. «. C. Pac. R. R. 
a 99 U. S. 4.56, U. S. u. K. Pac. R. R. 
a 99 U. S..492, U. S. k. Sioux R. R. 

. CO., S4 H. 313. 

a 2 Wall. 556i Tlie Morn'g Light 

a 12 Wall. 43, Tlie Maria Martin, 

6 14 Wall. 215, The Mabey. 

6 14 Wall. 355, The Continental, 

6 21 Wall. 17, The Lady Pilje. 

a 23 Wall. 13, The Clarita. 

a 91 tJ. S. 215, The Sunnyside. 

a 93 U. S. 319, The Atlas, 

c 95 U. S. 610, The Wanata. 
a 102 U. S. 203, Tlie Clara. 

UNITED STATES, EX PARTE, 16 WaU. 699. 

Court of Claims ; new trials ; ef- I a 94 U. S. 259, U, S. v. Young, 
feet on pending appeals, a , I 
UNITED STATES v. ADAMS, 7 TTall. 463. 



Suits against the government in 
Court of Claims ; when acceptance 
of an award bars farther suit, a 



a 12 Wall. 241, U. 
a 14 Wall. 550, U. 



S. V. Child. 
S, V. Justice. 



a 17 Wall. 73, Mason v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. ADDISON, 83 H. 174. 

a 6 AVall. 297, U. S. v. Ajddison. 
?) 10 Wall. 291, Slaughter-House 
Cases. 



Supreme Court; amount in con- 
troversy, a 
Snpersedeas. 6 

UNITED STATES, AXTISO v. See Alviso v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. AMEDY, 11 Wh. 392. 



U. S. ; priority ; corporations 
"persons," under the acts giving 
priority, a 



a 12 P. 131, Beaston o. Farm. Bank 
o 13 P. 584, Bank of Aug. v. Earle. 



UNITED STATES, AMERICAN FUR CO. T. See American Fur Co. u, U. S. 
UNITED. STATES v. ANDERSON, 9 Wall. 64. 



Captured and abandoned prop- 
erty act of March 12, 1863. a 
Close of the civil war. 6 
Cotton ; legitimate subject of cap- 
ture. 



a 
b 
h 
h 


9 Wall. 

10 Wall. 

11 Wall. 
19 Wall. 


a 
c 


•22 Wall. 
92 U. S. 



6 102 U. 8. 
UNITED STATES, ARGUEI,I,0 v. See Axguello •». U. S. 



538, U. S. V. Padelford. 

25, McKee v. Rains, 

253, Levy v. Stewart. 

525, Burlie v. Milten- 

berger. 

97, Haycraft v. U. S. 
194, liamar v. Brown. 
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UNITED STATES, ARMSTRONG v. See Armstrong v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, ARNOLD v. Seo Arnold v. U. S. 



UNITED STATES v. ARKEDDNDO, 6 P. 

Florida hiiifl titlf s ; S p a 1 1 i s ti 
grants ; a grant made by an otiicei- 
authorized to make it prima-facie 
evidence that it is rightfully made ; 
jurisdictiou. a 

Grants cannot affect pre-existing 
titles. 5 

What are "grants and conces- 
sions" nnder the treaty with Spain ; 
construction of the treaty; grant of 
Indian lands, c 

Grants on conditions ; cypres, d 

Elder legal title ; right to posses- 
sion; nnster; adverse possession, e 

Public grants; construction in 
favor of the public. / 

Fraud ; not presumed, g 

Cession of territory; eflfect on 
property, h 

Politiciil branches of the govern- 
ment; boundary line determined 
by, must be recognized as the 
true one by the judiciary, i 

Concession void for want of loca- 
tion and identity, j 

Effect on gi-ant of want of sur- 
vey, k 

U. S.; consent to be sued. I 

Treaties; supreme law of the 
land, m 

When concluded, n 

When grant takes effect, o 



091. 

9 P. 30, D(-laspns v. U. S. 
y P. 233, New Orl. o. Armas. 
9P. 734, Mitchell u. U. S. 

10 P. 321, U.,S. V. Fernaiidoz. 
10 P. 321. U. S. ». Sibhald. 

10 P. 4G9, Voorhees v Bank U.S. 

11 P. 49, Ewing v. Burnett. 

11 P. 544, Bridge v War. Bridge 

12 P. 196. Clarke M. White. 
12 P. 479, U. S. V. Kingsley. 
12 P. 436. Strother v. Lucas. 
12 P. 511. Garcia v. Lee. 

12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 

13 P. 446, Bagnell v. Broderick. 

14 P. 344, U. S. V. Wiggins. 

15 P. 180, U. S. V. Forbes. 

15 P. 220, Buick v. U. S. 

16 P. 81, Cocke v. Halsey. 
16 P. 155, U. S. V. Miranda. 
16 P. 231, U. S. V. Clarke. 

2 H. 335, Grignon v. Astor. 
9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
9 H. 467, Doe v. Mobile. 

10 H. 554, Villabolos v. XJ. S. 
13 H. 252, Glenn v. U. S. 

16 H. 269, Bartlett v. Kane. 

17 H. 564, Fremont v. U. S. 

19 H. 366, Fellows v Blacksmith 

20 H. 60, U. S. V. Cambuston. 

21 H. 446, U. S. V. Fossatt. 

22 H. 459, Fuentes v. U. S. 
24 H. 522, Belcher v. Linn. 

9 Wall. 34, Haver v. Taker. 

11 Wall. 639, U. S. v. Lynde. 

18 Wall. 117, Best v. Polk. 

18 Wall. 467, Thompson v Whit- 
man. 
97 U. S. 216, McMicken v. U. S. 
101 U. S. 509, Hall v. Russell. 



UNITED STATES v. ARTHUR, 6 Cr. 861. 

Pleading ; judgment will be given a 7 Wall. 93, Aurora v. West, 
against party whose pleading is 
first defective, a 

UNITED STATES, THE AURORA t. See Aurora, The, v. V. S. 

UNITED STATES v. AUGUISOLA, 1 WaU. 355. 

California; Mexican titles; docu- I a 1 Wall. 402, U. S, v. Moreno, 
mentary evidence, a \al Wall. 422, U. S. v. Yorba. 

UNITED STATES v. ATRES, 6 Wall. 608. 

Court of Claims i appeals, a I a 12 Wall. 176, U. S. v. Crusell. 
New trial. 6 I & 94 U. S. 2.59, U. S. v. Young. 



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UNITED STATES V. BABBITT, 1 Bl 

Statutes ; what is implied is as 
mucli a part of a statute as wiiat 
is expressed, a 



61. 

1 Wall. 

1 Wall. 

5 Willi. 

8 Willi. 

8 Willi. 

8 Wall. 
a 10 Wall. 
a 11 Wall. 
a 10 Wall, 
a 16 Wall. 
a 19 Wall. 
a 19 Wall. 
a 19 Wall. 
a 20 Wall. 
a 20 Wall. 
a 22 Wall. 
a 92 U. S, 
a 9.3 U. 
aOSV. 
a 94 U. 
a 95 U. 
a 9.5 U. 
alOOU. 
alOlU. 



221, Gelpcke v. Dubijqiie 
393, Mevei-D. Muscatine. 
283, Croxall v. Slu'rerd. 
288, Canal Co. u. Colli Co 
607, Kennedy u. Gibson, 
581, Dutz V. MuscatiiK',. 
406, U. S. V. Hod.son. [ 
504, Stewart v. Kaliii. 

13, Lyiide v. County. 
223, Davis v. Gray. 

40, Culkley v. U. S. 
427, Tele. Co. v. Eyser. 
676, PineGr"ve«Tiilcott 
250, Cornelt M.Williams 
493, Hearne v. Ins. Co. 
176, Burnliisel u Firman 
164, Hoffman v. Ins. Co. 
300, Ind.E.E.s.Horst. 
624, Supv'rs v. Iron Co. 
400, Cliorpenning»U. S 
834, U. S. V. Babbitt. 
763, U. S. V. Moore. 
703, Niit.Bk.B. Graham 
202, Pompton v. Cooper 



UNITED STATES v. BAGS OE COFFEE, 8 Cr. 393. 

Revenue laws; when forfeiture 
attaches, a 

Bona-flde sale to innocent pur- 
chasei's before seizure. 6 

Proceedings in rem. c 

UNITED STATES v. BALLET, 9 P. 

Certificates of division, a 



a 3 Wh. 246, Gelston v. Hoyt. 
a 8 H. 378, Caldwell v. U. S. 
& 7 Wall. 460, Conliscation Cases. 
6 11 Wall. 868, Distilled Spirits. 
a 14 Wall. 57, Henderson's Spirits 
c 96 U. S. 404, Dobbin's Distillery 

867. 

a 12 P. 288, White v. Turk. 
a 5 H. 209, V.S.v. Briggs. • 
a 7 H. 190, U. S. v. Chicago. 
a 18 H. 566, Dennistown v Stewart 
a 3 Widl. 255, Daniels v. R. E. Co. 



UNITED STATES v. BANK OF METBOPOMS, 15 P. 393. 



U. S.; contracts, a 

Power of U. S. olflcers to issue 
negotiable paper, b 

Failure of cohsideration ; when 
no defense in action by payee 
against acceptor, c 



a 11 H. 231. Cotton v. U. S. 
6 7 Wall. 078, Floyd Acceptiinoes 
6 10 Wall. 158, Bk. Rep. v. Millard 
c 12 Wall. 192, Hoffman v. Bank. 
6 91 U. S. 396, Cooke v. U.S. 
6 96 U. S. 36, U. S. v. State Bank. 



UNITED STATES, BANK OF THE U. S. v. See Bank of the U. S. 'O. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. BABBLER, 3 Wh. 398. 



a 12 P. 144, Sarchet ». t. S. 



Circuit Courts; jurisdiction; 
wiien final in cases removed from 
District Courts, a 

UNITED STATES v. BABKEB, 9 Cr. 343. 

War ; what are "munitions of I a 2 Wh. 118, U. S. v. Sheldon, 
war ; " !ict 6th July, 1813. a \ 



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UNITED STATES v. BASSETT, 81 H. 4ia. 

CfiUfornia land titles; Mexican | a 1 Bl. 37, U. S. v. Hensley. 
grants; "Sutter's general title." a I 

UNITED STATES, BASSETT v. See Bassett v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES, BATNE v. See Bayne v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. BENNITZ, 23 H. aSS. 

California ; Mexican titles ; "Siit- | a 1 Bl. 37, U. S. v. Hensley. 
ter's general title." a \ 

UNITED STATES v. THE BETSEY. See Betsey and Charlotte, The. 

UNITED STATES v. BEVANS, S 'Wh, 

Constitution ; judicial power, a 

U. S. courts; can only exercise 
jurisdiction conferred by Con- 
gress. 6 

Admiralty jurisdiction; exclu- 
sive, c 

Constitution ; regulation of com- 
raerce. d 

UNITED STATES, BEVANS v. See Bevans v. V. S. 



a 12 P. 714, Ehode Island v. Mass. 
b G Wall. 488, U. S. v. Eckford. 
c 16 Wall. 531, Steam. Co. U.Chase 
d 93 U. S. 104, Sherlock v. Ailing. 



UNITED STATES v. BOISDORE, 8 H. 131 

Writ of error; effect of i-epeal 
of act conferring jurisdiction on 
pending cases, a 

Titles in Louisiana ; French and 
Spanish grants ; acts 1824 and 
June 17, 1844 ; jurisdiction of Dis- 
trict Court. 6 

UNITED STATES v. BOISDOKE, 11 H. 63. 



a 10 H. 77, McNulty v. Batty. 

b 12 H. 432, U. S. v. Porche. 

a 98 U. S. 401, E. B. Co. v. Grant. 



Louisiana land titles ; incom- 
plete Spanish grants, a 

Acts May 26, 1824, and June 17, 
1844; power of the District Court, b 

Conditional grants, c 



a 11 H. 124, Lecompte v. U. S. 

6 12 H. 217, U. 8. V. Moore. 

a 12 H. 434, U. S. v. Simon. 

« 13 H. 252, Glenn v. U. S. 

a 17 H. 552, Fremont v. U. S. 

a 101 U. S. 707, D'Auterive v. U.S. 



UNITED STATES v. BOI.TON, 83 H. 341. 

California; Mexican titles ; by I a 24 H. 351, U. S. v. Castro, 
what evidence proven, a I 

UNITED STATES, BONNEB v. See Bonner u. U. S. 



UNITED STATES v. BOOTH, 81 H. 

Supreme Court; appeals; re- 
turn of and docketing; transcript, a 

U. S. courts ; interference with 
their jurisdiction by State courts, b 



613. See Ableman v. Booth, 
a 3 Wall. 764, U. S. «. Gomez. 
a 10 Wall. 426, U. S. v. Vigil. 
6 13 Wall. 403, Tarble's Case. 
a 99 U. S. 507, Grigsby v. Purcell. 



UNITED STATES T. BOUTWEtl., 17 Wall. 604. 

Mandamus; abatement, a | a 99 U. S. 626, Coram. «. Sellew. 

Costs. 6 



6 102 U. S. 408, U. S. v. Sciiurz. 



UNITED STATES v. 

Kevised statutes. 



BOWEN, 100 U. S. 508. 

a I a 101 U 



S. 36, Arthur v. Dodge. 
a 102 U. S. 11, Meyer v. Car Co. 



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UNITED STATES v. BOYD, 15 P. a08. 



Offlcial bonds ; sureties, a 
U. S.; not responsible for the 
laches or torts of officers, 6 



UNITED STATES v. BOYD, S H. 48, 

Pleading over; waiver of demnr- 
rer. a 



a 1 H. 104, U. S. «. Linn. 
a 5 H. 48, U. S. v. Boyd. 

a 11 H. 28, U. S. i>. Girault, 

a 20 H. 76, LeggettB Humphreys 
a 2 Wall. 235, Smith v. U. S. 

6 18 Wall. 603. Jones u. U. S. 

b 98 U. S. 489, U. S. ». Thompson 



a 7 Wall. 92, Aurora v. West. 
a 9 Wall. 762, Wafkins ». U. S. 
a 93 U. S. 553, Stanton ». Embrey. 



UNITED STATES v. BKADI.EY, 10 P. 364. 



Bonds; power of U. S. to con- 
tract; when bond good as common 
law bond, a 

Contract ; when not malum in se, 
part bad does not affect the good. 6 

Liability of sureties; additional 
duties, c 



a 15 P. 311, U. S. V. Linn. 
(1 12 H. 102, Neilson v. Lagow. 
6 1 Wall. 222, Gelpeke » Dubuque 
a 10 Wall. 406, U. S. v. Hodson. 
c 14 Wall. 502, U. S. v. Powell. 
b 22 Wall. 177. Burnhisel » Firman 
a-97 U. S. 42i; U. S. v. Mora. 



UNITED STATES V. BBEITIING, 80 H. 254. 



Error ; hypothetical charge, a 
Bills of exceptions ; time of draw- 
ing out and signing, b 



a 22 H. 224, Chaffee v. Belting Co. 
b 2 Bl. 568, Dredge v. Forsyth. 
6 2 Bl. 573. Kellogg v. Forsyth. 
a 9 Wall. 5.)4, Mich.Bk.»Bldred. 
a 14 Wall. 447, Imp. Co.wMiinsoii. 
a 16 Wall. 389, Ins. Co. v. Piaggio. 
a 16 Wall. 518, Tweed's Case. 
a 20 Wall. 162, U. S. v. Baring. 
b 91 U. S. 250, Muller v. Ehlers. 
6 93 U. S. 555, Stanton v. Embrey. 
6102U. S. 354, Hunnicutt K Peyton 

UNITED STATES v. BBEWABD, 16 P. 147. 

Florida titles; Spanish surveys. a\ a II H. 86, U. 8. v. Boisdore. 

UNITED STATES T. BBlboS, 5 H. 808. 

Certificates of division, a I a 18 H. 566, Dennistown v Stewart 

I a 3 Wall. 255, Daniels ». K. E. Co 

UNITED STATES v. BROMLEY, la H. 95. 

"Revenue laws"; what are. a | a 91 U. S. 568, U. S. v. Iforton. 

UNITED STATES T. BROOKS, 10 H. 445. 



a 19 H. 366, Fellows v. Blacksmith 
b 17 Wall. 247, Holden v. Joy. 



'I'rcaties ; law of the land, a 
Authority of Congress to part 
with the public land by treaty. 6 

UNITED STATES, BROWN v. See Brown v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, BRUCE v. See Bruce v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. BUCHANAN, 8 H. 83. 

Departments of the government ; I 9 H. 489, U. S. v. Browa. 
extra allowances, a \ 

UNITED STATES, BUCKLEY v. See Buckley v. V. S. 



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UNITBa) STATES v. BUFORD, 3 P. 

Suits on bonds of pnbllc offleera ; 
Treasury transcripts and eertifl- 
catos. a 

Error ; refusal to grant new trial 
not assignable, h 

Statutes of limitations ; do not 
bar the U. S. c 



18. 

a 8 P. 380, U. S. i>. Jones, 
a 10 H. 132, Hoyti). U. S. 
al3H. 479, U.'S.jj. Hodge. 
al7H. 438. Bruce w. U. S. 
6 1 Wall. 598, Pomeroy v. Bank. 
6 11 Wall. 67G, Cook u. Burnley, 
c 98 U. S. 488, U. S. v. Thompson. 
al02U. S. 554, U. S.m. Phison. 

UNITED STATES v. THE BURDETTE, 9 P. 683. 

Kevenue ; suits for penalties ; I a 97 U. S. 272, Lllienthall's Tobacco 
burden of proof, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. BURNS, 18 'Wan. S46. 

Patent law; U. S. cannot use I a 94U. S. 235, CammeyervNewton 
patent any more than Individuals, a 1 

UNITED STATES v. CAMBUSTON, 80 H. 59. 

California ; Mexican land titles ; a 22 H. 460, Fuentes v. TJ. S. 



recitals in grant; observance 
preliminary steps, a 

Record evidence of grant. 6 

Power to grant, c 



of b 23 H. 350, U. S. v. Bolton. 
6 1 Bl. 252, U. S. V. Knight, 
c 1 Bl. 5.52, U. S. V. Vallejo. 
6 1 Wall. 745, Romero v. U. S. 
6 10 Wall. 241, Hornsby v. U. S. 
a 93 U. S. 286, Cambuston v. U. i 

UNITED STATES v. CANTRDL, 4 Cr. X61. 

Counterfeiting, a \ a\\ Wall. 435, U. S. v. Howell. 

UNITED STATES v. CARR, 8 H. 9. 

Sup. Coui't ; amount in contro- 
versy, a I 

UNITED STATES v. CASKS OF SUGAR, 8 P. 877. 



a 5 Wall. 210, Seaver e. Bigelows. 



Duties; whether article in com- 
merce is known by the term used in 
tariff act, a question for the jury, a 

UNITED STATES v. CASES OF WINB, 1 P. 650. 



a 3 H. 108, Curtis v. Martin. 
a 7 H. 790, Lawrence v. Allen. 
a 92 U. S. 470, Tyng v. Grinnell. 



a 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. ». Folsom . 
6 20 Wall. 223, The Lottawanna. 



Supreme Court ; review of facts, a 
Admiralty ; sales to satisfy 
liens; surplus. 6 

UNITED STATES v. CASTANT, 18 H. 437. 

Louisiana land titles; Spanish I a 11 Wall. 643, U. S. ». Lynde 
grant after treaty St. Ddefonso. a \ 

UNITED STATES v. CASTrLlERO, 83 H. 468. 

Ciiliforiiia ; Mexican titles ; colo- 1 a 2 Bl. 164, U. S. v. Castillero. 
nization laws ; power of alcalde, a | 

UNITED STATES T. CAlSTILI/ERO, 2 Bl. 149. 

California; Mexican titles ; when | a 1 Wall. 743, Romero ». U. S, 
Mexican authority ceased, a 
UNITED STATES v. CASTRO, 84 H, 

California; Mexican titles; au- 
thority to grant; evidence of 
grant, a 



a 6 Wall. 435, Mumford v. Wardell. 

349. 

a 1 Bl. 251, U. S. V. Knight. 



a 1 Bl. 305, U. S. v. Naleigh. 
a 1 Bl. 552, U. S. ». Vallejo. 
a 1 Wall. 745, Romero v. U. S. 
a 10 Wall. 241, Hornsby v. U. S. 



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UNITED STATES V. CHICAGO, 7 H. 196. 



Dediiiation. a 
Certificates of division. 



a 9 H. 25, Irwin v. iN'ixion. 

b 3 Wall. 255, Daniels v. R. R. Co 

6 7 "Wall. 582, U. S. v. Eosenburgh. 

UNITED STATES v. CHILD, 13 Wall. 838. 



U. S.; contracts by; when a pay- 
ment and receipt given bai's fur- 
ther claim, a 



a 13 Wall. 37, U. S. v. Clyde. 
a 14 Wall. 550, U. S. v. Justice. 
a 17 Wall. 73, Mason v. U. S. 
a 22 Wall. 509, Piatt w. U. S. 
a 92 U. S. 388, Saviige v. U. S. 
a 94 U. S. 404, U. S. v. Martin. 



a 8 



UNITED STATES v. CIRCUIT JUDGES, 3 "Wall. 674. 

Constitution ; judicial power, a | a 9 "Vyall. 247, ex parte Zellner. 

UNITED STATES T. CITY BANK, 19 H. 385. 

Certificates of division, a I a 3 Wall . 304, Havemeyer ». Iowa, 

I a 3 Wall. 255, Daniels v. E. R. Co. 

UNITED STATES v. CI.ABK, 94 U. S. 73. 

Court of Claims; appeals; find- I a 96 U. S. 38, TJ. S. v. Clark, 
ings of facts, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. CI/ARK CO., 96 U. S. 811. 

County bonds in aid of railroads; | a 99 U. S. 589, TJ. S. v. Macon Co. 
payment by special tax. a 

UNITED STATES V. CI.ABKE, 8 P. 

Florida titles ; Spanish grants ; 
construction of treaty and acts ad- 
justing land claims in Florida, a 

Jurisdiction ; grant made by ofH- 
cer authorized to make it, presum- 
ably valid. 6 

Grants on conditions, c 

What are "grants and conces- 
sions " under the treaty, d 

Surveys, e 

Cession of territory ; efffect on 
property rights. /' 

Persons authorized to grant un- 
der Spain, g 

Mere possession no equity, h 

Jurisdiction of Circuit Courts, i 

TJ. S.; suits against, j 



P. 479, U. S. B. Levi. 
P. 488, TJ. S. V. Huertas. 
P. 130, Delassus v. TI. S. 
P. 168, U. S. V. Clark. 
P. 734, Mitchell v. U. S. 
P. 326, Smith v. U. S. 
P. 436, Strother v. Lucas. 
P. 135, U. S. V. Rodman. 
P. 180, U. S. V. Forbes. 
P. 328, TJ. S. V. Delespine. 
H. 301, Menard v. Massey. 
H. 4, U. S. V. Davenport. 
H. 345, U. S. V. Peralta. 
Wall. 461, Serrano v. U. S. 
Wall. 488, U. S. v. Eckford. 
Wall. 154, The Siren. 
U. S. 489, U. S. V. Thompson. 

UNITED STATES v. CI.AKKE & ATKINSON, 16 P. 331. 

Florida land titles, a I a 1 H. 24, TJ. S. v. Acosta. 

I a 3 H. 618, Chaires v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. COMMISSIONEKS OF lAND OFFICE, SWall. 563. 

Mandamus to executive oflScers. a i a 7 Wall. 352, Gaines D.Thompson 

I a 9 Wall. 312, Seer, t; McGarrahan. 
UNITED STATES v. COOK, 17 Wall. 174. 
Indictments, a I a 92 U. S. 558, U. S. v. Cruikshank 

I a 95 U. S. 584, U. S. v. Mann. 
UNITED STATES v. COOK, 19 Wall. 591. 

Indians; right of occupancy, a I o 92 U. S. 743, Leav. R.R.u.TJ.S. 
Eight of U. S. to sell fee. 6 | 6 95 U. S. 524, Beecher u Weth'rby 



a 


8 


b 


9 


c 


9 


d 


9 


e 


10 


f 


12 


c 


15 


c 


15 


9 


15 


!) 


8 


9 


15 


i 


19 
5 


I 


6 


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7 


3 


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UNITED STATES, CONTERSE v. See Converse v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. COOI.IDGE, 1 WU. 415. 



Circuit Coufts; can only exer- 
cise jurisdiction conferred by Con- 
gress ; ofifenses. a 

UNITED STATES v. COOMBS, 18 P. 73. 



a 6 Wall. 488, U. S. v. Eckford. 
a 98 U. S. 345, U. S. v. Hall. 



Admiralty jurisdiction, a 
Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce. 6 



a 5 H. 452, Waring v. Claike. 
6 3 Wall. 725, Gilman v. PhUa. 



UNITED STATES, COTTON v. See Cotton v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, COX v. See Cox v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. CROSBY, 7 Cr. 115. 

Real property ; disposition of as 9 Wh. 566, Kerr v. Moon, 
governed by law of State where a 10 Wh. 199, McCormick v. SuUi- 
situated. a vant. 

a 96 U. S. 635, Brine v. Ins. Co. 

UNITED STATES v. CRUIKSHANK, 9S U. S. 548. 

Crimes; double punishment ; i a 100 CJ. S. 390, ex ^arte Siebold. 
oflense against the State and U.S. a\ 

UNITED STATES v. CKUSELL, 14 WaU. 6. 



Court of Claims ; captured and 
abandoned property act. a 
New trial. 6 



a 92 U. S. 284, U. S. v. Eoss. 
6 94 U. S. 259, U. S. v. Young, 
a 99 U. S. 271, U. S. v. Pugb. 



UNITED STATES v. CRUZ CERVANTES, 18 Wall. 553. 

California ; JSIexican title.^ ; ap- I a 10 Wall. 238, Hornsby v. U. S. 
proval of grant by assembly, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. CURRY, 6 H. 113. 

Supersedeas; writ of error to a 
Supreme Court ; no power in the 6 
U. S. courts to dispense with the a 
provisions of the acts regulating, a c 

Docketing and return of writs of 
error and appeals ; citation. 6 
' Appellate jurisdiction, c 



12 H. 389, Saltmarsh v. Tuthill. 

19 H. 181, The Virginia v. West. 

20 H. 206, Carroll jj.'Dorsey. 
1 Wall. 251, ex parte Vallandi- 

gham. 
3 Wall. 50, Castro v. U. S. 
6 Wall. 451, Kail v. Wetmore. 

6 Wall. 496, Washington v Den- 

nison.. 

7 Wall. 309, Edmonson uBloom- 

shire. 
94 U. S. 112, Dayton v. Lash. 
94 U. S. 259, U. S. v. Young. 



UNITED STATES, CUTNEB v. See Cntner v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. CUTTING, 3 Wall. 441. 

Revenue ; tax on bankers, a | a 91 U. S. 712, Warren v. Shook. 

UNITED STATES v. D'AGUIEEE, 1 Wall. 316. 

California ; Mexican titles ; ex- i a 5 Wall. 538, U. 8. v. Pico, 
tent of land governor could grant, a \ 

UNITED STATES, DAIK v. See Dair v. V. S. 
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UNITED STATES v. HAJSIEt,, 6 'Wli, 

Mandamus; discretionary pow- 
ers, a 

"New trials ; relusal to grant ; cer- 
tificates of division. 6 



Mil. 

a 8 P. 302, Ins. Co. v. Wilson. 
6 10 P. 288, Davis v. Bi-aden. 

6 4H. 19, Brown v. Clarke. 

6 5 H. 22.3, .Tones v. Van Zant. 

6 7 H. 190, U. S. V. Chicago. 

6 H Wall. 254, Daniels v. R. R. 

6 4 Wall. Ill, ex parte Millegan. 

6 7 Wall. 581, U. S. v Rosenburgh 

UNITED STATES v. DASETEEI., 4 TTall. 18S. 

Public officers ; liability for I a 9 Wall. 88, U. S. v. Keehler. 
money stolen, a | a 13 Wall. 24, Boyden v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. D'AUTEKIVB, 10 H. 609. 

Louisiana land titles ; invalidity a 12 H. 50, Montanlt v. U. S. 
of French grants in territory a 12 H. 43S, U. S. v. Castant. 
ceded, a a 13 H. 9, U. S. v. Pillarin. 

a 15 H. 39, U. S. v. Ducros. 

a 11 Wall. 643, U. S. v. Lynde. 

UNITED STATES v. D'AUTERIVE, 15 H. 14. 

Louisiana land titles ; Imperfect I a 101 U. S. 701, D' Auterive v. U. S. 
French grant, a \ 

TJJSriTED STATES v. DAVENPOBT, 15 H. 1. 



Secondary evidence of grant, a 

Louisiana land titles: grants in 

the ' neutral territory ' by Spain. & 



a 21 H. 175, U. S. v. Sutter. 
a 1 Bl. 555, U. S. v. Vallejo. 
6 98 U. S. 429, U. S. ». Perot. 



UNITED STATES v. DAWSON, 16 H. 488. 

Crimes against the U. S.; where ! as 1 Bl. 486, U. S. v. Jackalow. 
tried, u, I 

UNITED STATES, DE GBOOT v. See De Groot «. U. S. 
UNITED STATES V. DE HAKO, 88 H. 893. 

California; Mexican titles; grant I a 1 Bl. 270, U. S. v. Wilson, 
to Mission Indians, a \ 

UNITED STATES T. DEIKEtMAN, 98 U. S. 580. 



a 97 U. S. 68, Young v. U. S. 



International law ; demands 
against governments; how prose- 
cuted, a 

UNITED STATES, DEI,ASSUS v. See Delassns v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. DELESPINE, 18 P. 665. 

Spanish grants; evidence, a | a 14 P. 344, U. S. v. Wiggins. 

UNITED STATES v. DEIiESPlNE, 15 P. 319. 



Florida land titles, a 
Incomplete titles, b 
When copies evidence under the 
Spanish law. c 



a 16 P. 155, U. S. V. Miranda. 
a 3 H. 618, Chaires v. U. S. 
a 3 H. 623, U. S. v. Marvin. 
6 3 H. 784, U. S. v. King. 
6 10 H. 554, Villabolos v. U. S. 
6 11 H. 124, Lecompte v. U. S. 
c 15 H. 4, U. S. V. Davenport. 
See Desmar6 r. U. S. 



UNITED STATES, DESMAKE v. 

UNITED STATES, DE VHEMONT v. See De Vilemont v. U. S. 



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ITNITED STATES v. DE -IVITT, 9 Wall. 141. 



Constitution ; police power, a 



a 16 Wall. 64, Slaugliter -House 

Cases. 
a 97 U. S. 504, Patterson v. Ky. 

CTflTED STATES V. DICKSON, 15 P. 141. 

Collectors; compensation, i 
Statutes ; construction. 6 



a 10 H. 132, Hoyt v. U. S. 

6 23 Wall. 382, Smytiie v. FisUe 
Provisos, c c 93 U. S. 83, Rj'an v. Carter. 

UNITED STATES, DOBBINS'S DIST. v. See Dobbms's Distillery v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, SAVINGS BANK v. See Dollar .Savings Banlt d. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, DUGAN v. See Dugan u. U. S. 
UNITED states; DUKOUSSEAU v. See Durousseau v. U. S. 
UNITED states v. ECKEOBD, 1 H, 850 



Application of payments, a 
Suits on bonds of public officers ; 
Treasury transcripts, b 



a 7 H. 684, Jones v. U. S. 
6 10 H. 132, Hoyt b. U. S. 
b 13H. 479, U.S. U.Hodge. 
b 19 Wall. 21 :i, U. S. v. Gaussen. 
6 100 U. S. 11, Soule v. U. S. 

UNTIED STATES v. ECKFOBD, 6 WaU. 488. 

9 Wall. 765, Watkins v, U. S. 



Public oflScers; suits against ; set- 
offs ; credits, a 

Moniod judgment cannot be ren- 
dered against the U. S. except in 
Court of Claims. 6 



6 n Wall. 201, Case v. Terrell. 
a 91 U. S. 562, Hall v. U. S. 
a 92 U. S. 367, Scammon «. Kim 
ball. 

UNITED STATES v. EIGHTT-FOUB BOXES OP SUGAK, 7 P. 456. 

Duties ; suits against importers; I a 10 H. 234, G-reeley v. Thompson 
penalties, a I 

UNITED STATES v. BMASON, 16 P 

Supreme Court ; writ of error ; 



391. 

a 10 H. 341, Stimpson v. R. R. Co. 
a 20 H. 434, Suydara U.Williamson. 
b 21 H. 167, Barreda v. Silsbv. 
a 1 Wall. 103, Burr v. Des Moines. 
a 1 Wall. 602, Pomeroy «. Bank, 
o 10 Wall. 261, R. R. Co. v Morgan 
a 14 Wall. 53, Henderson's Spirits 
c 20 Wall. 109, Confiscation Cases. 



case agreed, a 

When facts found by jury cannot 
be re-examined in U. S. courts ex- 
cept in accordance with rules of 
common law. b 

Acts of heads of departments re- 
garded as acts of the President, c 
UNITED STATES, ERWIN v. See Erwin v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES, TAKRAR v. See Farrar v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. PATIO, 8 P. 492. 

Florida titles; British grants, a | a 8 P. 494, U. S. v. Gibson. 

UNITED STATES V. FERNANDEZ, 10 P. 305. 

Florida land titles; obligation of I a 12 P. 436, Strother ». Lucas, 
the U. g. under the treaty, a | 

UNITED STATES v. PBBRABT, 93 U. S. 625. 

Internal revenue ; suit against I a 99 U. S. 233, King v. U. 8. 
collector by the U. S. a | 

UNITED STATES v. PERREERA, 13 H. 40. 



Constitution; judicial power of 
the U. S. a 

Florida claims; treaty with Spain 
of 1819; interest, b 



al7H. 531, U. S. u. Ritchie. 

a 18 H. 274, Murrayu.HobokenCo. 

a 1 Wall. 253, ex parte Vallandi- 

gham. 
b 7 Wall. 193, Gordon v. U. S. 
a 9 Wall. 247, ex parte Zellner. 



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UNITED STATES, FIELD v. • See Field v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. FltLEBBOWN, 7 F. 88. 

U. S. departments ; powers ; em- a 15 P. 368, Gratiot v. U. S, 

ployraents by. a o 16 P. 224, Milnor ». Metz. 

Set-offs ; credits, b a 4 H. 112, Gratiot v. U. S. 

o 8 H. 101, U. S. V. Buchanan. 
a 913. 489, U. S. v. Brown. 
b 9 Wall. 765, Watkins v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, FTLOK V. See FUor «. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. FISHEB, 2 Cr. 35». 



Priority of the U. S. a 
Statutes ; constructloa. 



a 2 Wh. 424, Thelusson v. Smith, 
as 1 P. 434, Conard v. Ins. Co. 
a 8 P. 273, U. S. v. Hack. 
a 12 P. 131, Beaston v. Bank. 
6 3 H. 563, U. 8. v. Freeman. 
6 4 H. 51, Beals v. Hale. 
a 12 Wall. 537, Legal Tender Cas. 
6 23 Wall. 380, Smythe v. Piske. 
a 92 U. S. 621, Lewis v. U. S. 
6 99 U. S. 78, D(^gett v. B. R. 

UNITED STATES v. EISK, S Wall. 445. 

Internalrevenue; tax on banks, a [ o 91 U. S. 711, Warren v. Shook. 

UNITED STATES v. FORBES, IS P. 188. 



Florida land titles, a 

Incomplete claims ; want of sur- 
vey, b 

if land was acquired by the 17. S. 
as public property, the courts have 
no jurisdiction, c 



a 16 P. 155, U. S. «). Miranda. 

a 3 H. 618, Chaires v. D. S. 

6 3 H. 784, U. S. v. Kinp. 

a 5 H. 26, U. S. v. Boyd. 

b 11 H. 124, Lecompte v. V. S. 

e 22 H. 280. U. S. v. Garcia. 

b 8 Wall. 660, Magvvire v. Tyler, 

6 17 Wall. 280, Tyler v. Mag wire. 
b 101 U. S. 707, D'Auterive v.V. S 

See rorsyth v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. FOBTT-THBEE GALLONS WHISKEY, 93 U. S. 188. 

Indians ; right of the U. S. to I a 95 U. S. 209, Bates v. Clark, 
dispose of the fee of their lands, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. FOSSAT, 80 H. 483. 



UNITED STATES, FOESTTH t. 



California; Mexican titles; sur- 
veys, a 

Jurisdiction of the District Court 
under the act of Marcli 3, 1851. 6 

Colonization laws ; grant bjr gov- 
ernor; overplus, c 

Boundaries of the Fossat grant, c 

UNITED STATES v. FOSSAT, 81 H. 446. 

Sup. Court ; advancing cases, a ) a 93 U. S. 2, Hoge v. K. K. Co. 
UNITED STATES V. FOX, 95 U. S. 670. 
Crimes against the U. S. a | a 98 TT. S. 357, IT. S. ». Hall. 

UNITED STATES v. FREEMAN, 3 H. 565. 



a 21 H. 446, U. S. v. Fossat. 
b 23 H. 442, Castro a. Hendricks. 
a 23 H. 500, U; S. v. Berreyesa. 
6 1 Wall. 106, U. S. V. Supelveda. 
c 1 Wall. 316, U. S. V. D'Aguirre. 
6 1 Wall. 452, U. S. v. H*leck. 
d 2 Wall. 705, Fossat Case. ' 



Statutes ; construction ; inten- 
tion, a 



a 1 Bl. 61, U. 8. V. Babbitt. 
a 11 Wall. 504, Stewart v. Kohn. 
a 18 Wall. 301, Atkins v. Disinte- 
grating Co. 
a 19 Wall. 427, Tel. Co. v. Eyser. 



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CTNITED STATES, FREMONT v. See Fremont*. U, S. 

ITNITED STATES v. PKEMONT, 17 H. 653. See Fremont v. XJ. S. 



California land titles; Mexican 
grants on <!onclition.s. a 
Execution of mandate. 5 
Grants; location, c 
Abandonment of grant, d 
Mexican laws, e 



a 18 H. 3, U. S. 0. Reading. 

6 18 H. 21, U. S. V. Fremont. 

c 19 II. 363, U. S. V. Sutherland. 

d 22 H. 460, Fuentes v. U. S. 

a 23 H. 317, U. S. v. Jfoe. 

e 10 Wall. 237, Hornsby v. U. S. 
tlNITED STATES, EtJENTES v. See Faentes i;. U. S. 
UNITED STATES t. GALBKAITH, 88 H. 89. 

California; Mexican titles; proof a 2 Bl. 401, U. S. v. Galbraith. 
of possession under the grant ; al- 
teration of title, a 

UNITED STATES V. GAUBBAITH, 8 BU 394. 

California; Mexican titles; record I a 1 Wall. 745, Bomero ». U. S. 
evidence, a | 

UNITED STATES, GARNBTT v. See Garnett «. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. GEAB, 3 H. 180. 

U. S. ; povvor to pursue remedies I a 11 H. 231, Cotton ». U. S. 
same as that of private persons, a \ 

UNITED STATES, GIBBONS v. See Gibbons v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, GILBERT T. See Gilbert i;. TJ. S. 
UNITED STATES v. GILES, 9 Cr. 818. 



U. S.; suits against public officers 
and sureties on tlieir bonds; cred- 
its, a 

UNITED STATES v. GILLIS, 95 U. S, 

Assignments of claims against the 
U. S.; act of 1853, (10 St. 170.) a 



a 4 Wall. 629, Ware v. U. S. 
a 6 Wall. 489, U. 8. v. Ecldord. 
a 9 Wall. 764, Watkins v. U. S. 
a 101 U. S. 549, R. B. Co. v. U. S. 

. 407. 

a 97 U. S. 395, Erwln v. U. S. 



a 97 U. S. 489, Spofford v. Kirls. 
a 102 U. S. 558, Goodman w. Nib^ 
lacl:. 

UNITED STATES v, GILMOBE, 7 WalU 498. 

U. S.; suits against public offl- I a 9 Wall. 765, Watkins v. U. S. 
cers; credits, a ■ \ 

UNITED STATES T. GIXMORE, 8 'Wall. 330. 

Statutes ; construction, a j a 23 Wall. 382, Smytlie v. Fiske. 

UNITED STATES v. GIRAULX, 11 H. 88. 



U.S. courts; rules of decision, a 
Texa«; pleading in ejectment, b 
Supreme Court ; final decrees, c 

UNITED STATES, GLENN v. See Glenn v. V. S. 

UNITED STATES v. GOMEZ, 83 H. 330. 



a 13 H. 186, Coffee ». Plant. Bank. 

b 14 H. 290, Christy v. Scott. 

c 20 H. 552, Holcombe v McKusiok. 



California; Mexican titles; ap- 
peals f i-om District Court ; fraud in 
decree, a 



a 1 Wall. 698, IT. S. i). Gomez. 
a 9 Wall. 760, U. S. v. Gomez. 
a 9 Wall. 309, Seo'y v McGarrahan. 



UNITED STATES v. GOMEZ, 1 WalL 698. 



Supreme Court ; ap[)eals ; cita- 
tion; filing transcript, a 



a 3 Wall. 762, U. S. v. Gomez. 
a 1 Wall. 310, Edmonson w Bloom- 
shire. 
a 9 Wall. 309, Sec'yi" McGarrahan 
a 10 Wall. 426, U. S. v. Vigil. 
a 99 U. S. 506, Grigsby i). Purcell. 



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UNITED STATES v. GOMEZ, 3 Wall. 760. 

Supreme Court; mandamus, a \ a7 Wall. 376, ex parte Bradley. 

UNITED STATES v. GOODING, 1» Wli. 460. 



as 2 P. 362, Am. Fur Co. v. U. S. 
b 19 H. 94, U. S. V. Bris Neurea. 
a 21 H. 164, Barreda v. Silsby. 
c 2 Wall. 380. Slavers. 
a 13 Wall. 550, Stockwell ». U. S. 
d 91 U. S. 438, Nudd v. Burrows. 
b 96 U. S. 363, U. S. Simmons. 



Agency ; whatever is done by 
agent v(rithin scope of his authority 
binding on principal, a 

Indictment; for statutory of- 
fense ; when sufficient in its descrip- 
tions. 6 

Slave trade acts; seizures uh- 
der. c 

Evidence; co-conspirators, d 

UNITED STATES v. GOODWIN, 7 Cr. 108. 

Supreme Court; writ of eri-or 
from Circuit Court in case carried 
to Circuit Court from District 
Court, a 

Appeals ; sec. 22 judiciary act. & 

UNITED STATES v. GORDON, 7 Cr. 387. 

Circuit Court ; finality of its I a 12 P. 143, Sarchet v, U. S. 
judgments, a \ 

UNITED STATES, GORDON v. See Gordon v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, GRAHAM v. See Graham v.V.S. 
UNITED STATES v. GRATIOT, 14, P. 534. 

Title by act of Congress, a I a 9 H. 467, Doe v. Mobile. 

Territories; power of Congress. 6 | 6 16 H. 181, Cross v. Harrison. 
UNITED STATES, GRATIOT t. See Gratiot v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. GBOSSMATER, 9 Wall. 78. 



a 7 Cr. 287, U. S. v. Gordon, 
a 6 P. 490, U. S. ». Nourse. 
a 12 P. 143, Sarchet v. U. S. 
b 16 Wall. 342, Merrill v. Petty. 



The civil war; non-intercourse, a 

UNITED STATES v. GRUNDT, 3 Cr, 

Shipping; registry act; false cer- 
tificate, a 

Eevenue ; collection act of 1799 ; 
when forfeiture takes effect. 6 

Purchaser without notice, c 

UNITED STATES, GRUNER v. See Graner «. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. GUTHRIE, 17 H. 301. 



a 21 Wall. 352, Mitchell v. U. S. 
a 93 U. S. 612, Desmare v. U. 8. 

337. 

a 3 Wh. 602, The Neptune. 
6 8 H. 378, Caldwell ». U. S. 
c 11 Wall. 368, Distilled Spirits. 
6 14 Wall. 56, Henderson's Spirits 



ns 17 H. 229, U. S. v. Seaman. 
6 6 Wall. 497, ex parte De Groot. 
a 7 Wall. 352, Gaines « Thompson 
a 9 Wall. 312, Sec. v McGarrahan. 



Mandamus of officers of the gov- 
ernment ; power of the courts of 
District of Columbia, a 

Remedy for refusal to grant man- 
damus is by writ of error, b 

UNITED STATES v. HAXl, 6 Cr. 174. 

Embargo law ; violation ; inev- i a 6 Cr. 322, Duronsseau t). U. S. 
itable necessity, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. HAttECK, 1 WaU. 439. 

California; Mexican titles; final- 
ity of decree of District Court, a 
Surveys, b 



a 2 Wall. 448, U. S. v. Billing. 
a 6 Wall. 376, Grisar v. McDowell 
b 18 Wall. 269, HenshaweBBissell. 



UNITED STATES, HAIXIBURTON V. See HaUiburton v. U. S. 



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UNITED STATES v. HAMTLTON, 3 Dall. 

Habeas corpus ; jurisdiction of 
Supreme Court. 



17. 

a^ 3 Cr. 448, ex parte Burford. 
o* 4 Cr. 93, ea; parte Bolman. 
a 3 P. 201, ex parte Watkins. 
a 7 P. 570, ea; parte Watkins. 
a 5 H. 188, ex parte Metzger. 
a 8 Wall. 98, exparte Yeiger. 
a 18 Wall. 166, ex parte Lange. 
S. 843, ea;pa?'ie Virginia. 



imiTED STATES v. HANSON, 16 P. 

Florida land titles, a I 

Spanish survcj's. 6 | 

Incomplete titles, c I 

UNITED STATES v. HAKT, 6 'WaU. 

Admiralty ; no jurisdiction of 
seizures on land, a 

Sup. Court; reversal vvliere court 
below is without jurisdiction. 6 

UNITED STATES v. HABTWEtL, 6 WaU. 385. 

Offices under the Constitution, a I a 95 U. S. 762, U. S. v, Moore. 

I a 99 U. S. 511, U. S. v. Germaine. 

UNITED STATES v. HAWKINS, 10 P. 135. 



alOOU 

801. 

a 5 H. 26, U. S. v. Lawton. 
6 11 H. 86, U. S. V. Boisdore. 
c 23 H. 498, Yontz v. IJ. S. 

772. 

a 8 Wall. 511, Morris's Cotton, 
a 10 Wall. 543, ex parte Graham. 
& 23 Wall. 164, Stickuey v. Wilt. 



a 4 H. 143, Garland v. Davis. 
6 8 H. 101, U. S. V. Buchanan. 



Supreme Court; revereal of judg- 
ments ; venire de novo, a 

Set-offs against U. S. ; unliqui- 
dated damages, b 

UNITED STATES, HATCKAFT v. See Hayoraft v. V. S. 

UNITED STATES v. THE HELEN, 6 Cr. 803. 

Penalties; remission; repeal of I a 3 H. 584, Maryland v. K. B. Co. 
act. a I 

UNITED STATES v. HERRON, 80 WaU. 853. 

Bankruptcy ; priority of U. S. a I o 91 U. S. 664, Lamp v. Brass Co. 

I a 92 U. S. 623, Lewis v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. HETH, 3 Cr. 413. 

Statutes; retrospective opera- 1 a 17 Wall. 599, Sohn v. Watterson. 
tion. a I a 20 Wall. 187, Twenty P. Ct. Gas. 

UNITED STATES, HIGUEBAS v. See Higueraa i). U. S. 
UNITED STATES, HIIX v. See Hill v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. HODGE, 3 H. 634. 



Supreme Court ; appeals from 
Supreme Coui-t of the Territory of 
Florida, a 

Writs of error; return of. h 

UNITED STATES v. HODGE, 6 H. 

U. S.; power to contract, a 
Suits on bonds of postmasters 
sureties, h 

UNITED STATES v. HODSON, 10 WaU, 

Duress, a 

Bonds; when good pro tanto 
estoppel to deny validity, h 



a 6 H. 88, Villabolos v. U. S. 
6 3 Wall. 50, Castro v. U. S. 



879. 

a 12 H. 102, Neilson v. Lagow. 
6 13 H. 479, U. S. v. Hodge. 

409. 

a 17 Wall. 74, Mason u. U. S. 
6 97 U. S. 422, U. S. v. Mora. 
b 102 U. S. 420, Daniels ti.Tearney 



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TNITED STATES v. HOPFMAW, 4 WaU. 158. 

Supreme Court; prohibition, a | a 95 U. S. 73. ex parte Easton. 

triaTED STATES v. HOlIilDAT, 3 WaU. 417. 



Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce, a 
Indians ; power of U. S. over. 5 



a 92 U. S. 270, Henderson v. Mayor 
b 93 U. S. 194, U. S. v. 43 Gallons 
of Whiskey. 



UNITED STATES v. HOIiMES, 5 Wh. 418. 

Sup. Court ; jurisdiction in crim- I a 9 H. 571, Forsyth v. U. S. 
inal cases; certificates of division, a | 
UNITED STATES v. HOOE, 1 Cr. 318. 



Supreme Court ; writs of error 
and appeals ; act of 1803. a 

Appeals fi-om Supreme Court of 
District of Columbia. 6 

UNITED STATES v. HOOE, 3 Cr. 73, 

Priority of U. S. a 
Mortgage and sale ; difference, b 
Mortgages for existing debts and 
future advances, c 



UNITED STATES, THE HOPPET V 

UNITED STATES, HOKNSBY v. See Hornsby v. U. S 

UNITED STATES v. HOWLAJHD, 4 Wi. 108. 



a 2 VVh. 132, The San Pedro. 
& 5 Wall. 677, Thompson v. Riggs 
b 93 U. S. 555, Stanton v. Embrey. 



a 2 Wli. 396, Thelusson v. Smith, 
a 1 P. 4J4, Conard ». Ins. Co. 
a 12 P. 131, Beaston«. Farm. Bank 
6 11 H. 392, Fowler v. Merrill, 
c 23 H. 27, Lawrence v. Tucker. 
See Hoppet, The, i). U. S. 



U. S. courts; remedies inequity 
distinct from those given by State 
laws, a 

Judicial power of U. S.; " cases 
in equity." b 

Equity jurisdiction, c 



fl! 6 P. 654, Boyle v. Zacharie. 
a 9 P. 652, Livingston v. Story. 
a 12 H. 145, Kussell v. Southard. 
a 13 H. 270, Neves i). Scott. 
6 20 H. 558, Irvine v. Marshall, 
c 21 H. 591, Barber v. Barber. 
a 7 Wall. 430, Payne v. Hook. 

UNITED STATES, HOTT v. See Hoyt v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES V. HUCKAHEE, IC Wall. 434. 



a 20 Wall. 481, Titus v. U. S. 
b 23 Wall. 162, Stickney v. Wilt. 
a 92 U. S. 169, Whitfield v. U. S. 



War ; right of conqueror to pub- 
lic property of the enemy, a 

Sup. Court ; I'eversal where court 
below was without jurisdicliou. 6 

UNITED STATES v. HUDSON, 10 WaU. 406. 

Public oflicers; bonds; duties I a 14 Wall. 502, U. S. ». Powell, 
subsequently imposed ; sureties, o | 

UNITED STATES v. HUDSON &, GOODWIN, 7 Cr. 38. 

U. S. courts have no jurisdiction a 1 Wh. 414, U. S. v. Coolidge, 

of common-law offenses, a 6 6 Wall. 488, U. S. u. Eckford. 

Have only the jurisdiction con- a 92 U. S. 216, U. S. v. Reese, 

ierred by Congress. 6 6 98 U. S. 345, U. S. v. Hall. 

UNITED STATES v. HUEBTAS, 9 P. 171. 

Florida land claims, a a 13 P. 82, U. S. w. Levy 

Powers of Surveyor-General. 6 a 15 P. 180, U. S. v. Forbes. 
Grants for raising cattle, c a 15 P. 220, Buick v. U. S. 

a 3 H. 618, Chalres v. U. S. 

6 10 H. 554, Villabolos o. U. S. 

c 15 H. 4, U. S. ». Davenport. 

UNITED STATES, HUGHES v. See Hughes 1). U. S. 



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UNITED STATES T. HUGHES, 11 H, 

Land titles ; right of a State to 
file a bill to reform a grant, a 
Patent conveys the fee. 6 



a 20 H. 246, White v. Burnley. 
6 4 Wall. 235, Hughes v. U. S. 



UNITED STATES v. HUGHES, 13 H. 8. 

Louisiana land titles ; Spanish I a 13 H. 5, U. S. «. Hughes, 
grant ; abandonment, a | 

UNITED STATES, HUNTER v. See Hunter v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES, HITLTON v. See Hylton v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. INNERAKITY, 19 Wall. 595. 

Louitiiana ; Spanish land claims ; I a 97 U. S. 223, U. S. ». Watkins. 
act of 1860. (12 St. 85.) a \ 

UNITED STATES v. ISHAM, 17 -Wall. 496. 

Stiimps on drafts, a | a 18 Wall. 129, U. S. v. Buzzo. 

UNITED STATES T. JANUARY, 7 Cr. 578. 

Application of payments, a a 1 H. 257, U. S. v. Eckford. 

a 7 EC. 684, Jones v. U. S. 
a 94 U. S. 489, Nat. Bank ». Bank. 

UNITED STATES V. JOHNSON, 1 WaU. 338. 



a 1 Wall. 358, U. S. v. Auguisola. 
6 10 Wall. 238, Horusby v. U. S. 



California ; Mexican titles ; ob- 
jections against grants, a 
Eecitals as to preliminary steps.6 

UNITED STATES v. JOHNSON, 17 WaU. 604. 

Statutes ; repugnancy, a | a 96 U. S. 130, Arthur v. Sussfield. 

UNITED STATES v. JONES, 8 P. 375. 

Bonds of public oflBcers ; suits a 15 P. 368, Gratiot v. U. S. 
against sureties ; accounts ; tran- a 10 H. 132, Hoyt v. U. S. 
scripts from Treasury, a a 13 H. 47^ U. S. v. Hodge. 

a 17 H. 438, Bruce v. U. S. 
a 102 U. S. 554, U. S. v. Pinson. 

UNITED STATES, JONES v. See Jones v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES T. JUSTICE, 14 WaU. 535. 

U. S.; suits in Court of Claims; a 17 Wall. 73, Mason v. U. S. 
when acceptance of a payment bars a 22 Wall. 509, Piatt ». U. S. 
further claim, a a 92 U. S. 388, Savage v. U. S. 

a 94 tJ. S. 404, U. S. v. Martin. 

UNITED STATES v. KEEHLER, 9 WaU. 83. 

Public ofQcers ; liability for mon- | a 13 Wall. 24, Boyden v. U. S. 
ey deposited ; robbery, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. KEIXT, 11 W^t. 417. 

Certificates of division, a | a 3 Wall. 255, Daniels v. K. E. Co. 

UNITED STATES v. KEtLT, 15 WaU. 34. 

Army ; soldiers ; desertion ; dis- i a 92 U. S. 78, U. S. v. Landers, 
charge; bounty, a I 

UNITED STATES, KENDAXI. V. See Kendall v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES, KOHL v. See Kohl v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. KEOKUK, 6 WaU. 516. 

U. S. courts ; mandamus to com- I a 9 WaU. 414, Mayor v. Lord, 
pel levy of tax to pay judgment, a | 



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UNITED STATES V. KIMBAXl, 13 TWaU. 636. 

Court of Claims; liabilicy of U.S. I a 14 Wall. 534, Morgan ». U. S. 
for acts of officers, a \al5 Wall. 207, Keybold v. U. S. 



UNITED STATES v. KING, 3 H. 784, 

Louisiana land titles ; antedated 
grants; perfect arid imperfect con- 
cessions, a 

Supreme Court;; writs of error 
and appeals to Louisiana courts. 6 

Writ of error to State court ; Fed- 
eral question, c 

Lands of the government are 
held and sold as lands are held by 
individuals, d 

UNITED STATES V. KING & COXE, 

Bills of exceptions, a 

U. S. courts; ejectment; recov- 
ery must be on legal title. 6 

Louisiana land titles; complete 
and incomplete Spanish grants, c 

Equity and common-law jin-isdic- 
tion of ij. S. courts must be kept 
distinct, d 

Facts found by jury; mode of 
reviewing, e 

Facts found by the court, f 



a 7 H. 844, U. S. v. King. 
b 8 H. 64, Surgett v. Laplace, 
c 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
a 9 H. 467, Doe v. Mobile. 

a 11 H. 124, Lecompte v. IT. S. 

d IIH. 567, U. S. M. Hughes. 

a 11 H. 664, U. S. v. Turner. 
a 8 Wall. 660, Magwire v. Tyler. 

a 37 Wall. 280, Tyler v. Magwire. 
a 100 U. S. 706, D'Auterive ». U.S. 

7 H. 833. 

a 
b 
c 
c 
a 
c 



8 H. 483, Prentice v. Zane. 

10 H. 264, Gilmer v. Poindexter 

11 H. 640, U. S. V. Phil. & N. 0. 
11 H. 664, U. S. V. Turner. 
13 H. 195, Weems v. George. 
17 H. 43, U. S. V. Coxe. 

c 18 H. 540, Arguello v. U. S. . 
d 20 H. 17, Jones v. McMasters. 
e 21 H. 167, Barreda v. Silsby. 
e 1 Wall. 103, Burr v Des Moines 
e 18 Wall. 249, Ins. Co. v. Folsom 
f 98 U. S. 442, The Abbotsford. 
c 101 U. S. 705, D'Autcrive^.U.S. 



UNITED STATES T. KINGStET, 18 P. 476. 

Florida land titles; Spanish grants it 12 P. 215, U. S 
on conditions. a< 

How far grants were confirmed 
by the treaty, b 



V. Mills. 
V. Drummond. 
V. Burgevin. 
V. Wiggins. 
V. Miranda. 
V. N"oe. 



UNITED STATES T. KIBBT, 7 WaU 

Statutes; general terms in ; con- 
struction, a 

UNITED STATES V. KIRKPATRICK, 

Official bonds; sureties; laches 
not imputable to the government, a 

When regulations directory, a 
deviation cannot be taken advan- 
tage of by a third person. 6 

Application of payments, c 
. Pleading; defects; reversal, d 

Government; torts and acts of 
officers, e. 

Sureties ; prospective bonds. / 

Acts of Commissioner of Internal 
Revenue when acts of the Secretary 
of the Treasury, g 



a 13 P. 84; U. S 
a 13 P. 85, U. S 
a 14 P. 344, U. S 
b 16 P. 155, U. S 
a 23 H. 316, U. S, 

488. 

a 16 Wall. 153, Carlisle v. U. S. 
a 100 U. S. 244, Gates v. Nat Bank 

9 Wi. 780. 

11 Wh. 184, U. S. V. Vanzant. 

12 Wh. 81. Bank v. Dandridge. 
12 Wh. 505, U. S. V. Nicholi. 

1 P. 323, Dox V. Post.-General 
5 P. 304, P^e V. Patton. 
15 P. 206, U. S. V. Boyd. 
4 H. 153, Garland v. Davis. 

7 H. 684, Jones v. U. S. 

8 H. 106, U. S. V. Buchiinan. 
8 Wall. 274, Gibbons v. U. S. 

14 Wall. 502, U. S. v. Powell. 
91 U. S. 398, Cooke v. U. S. 

94 U. S. 439, Fat. Bankw. Bank 

95 U. S. 318, Hart v. U. S. 
98 U. S. 489, U. S. v. Thompson 



g IQO U. S. 12, SoiUe v. U. S. 



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UNITED STATES v. KLEIN, 13 Wall 

Pardon ; effect of. a 
Civil war; enemy's property; 
captures. 6 



UNITED STATES v. KUtNTOCK, 



a 13 Wall, luo, Armstrong u. TJ. S. 
a 16 Wall. 152, Carlisle v. U. S. 
a 22 Wall. 94, Haycraft v. U. S. 
6 92 U. S. 194, Lamar u. Brown. 
a 95 U. S. 153, Knote u. U. S. 

5 WU. 144. 



Piracy; murder and robbery on 
tlie high seas ; jurisdiction of courts 
of the D. S. a 

UNITED STATES v. KNIGHT, 14 P. 

Practice; act 1789; process, a 

Poor debtors; act of Congress 
January 6, 1800. (2 St. 4.) 6 

U. S. courts; enforcement of 
State laws, c 

Statutes; when the sovereign is 
included, d 
UNITED STATES v. KNIGHT, 1 Bl. 

California ; Mexican titles ; va- 
cant land ; power to grant, a 
Wliat constitutes a title, b 
Record evidence of. c 

UNITED STATES v. KJSIGHT, 1 Bl. 

Kehearings by Supreme Court, a 



a 5 Wh. 193, U. S. 
a 5 Wh. 416, U. S. 



V. Pirates. 
V. Holmes. 



301. 

a 1 H. 304, Duncan w. Darst. 
6 12 H. 409, Snead «. McCouU. 
c 13 Wall. 243, exparte McNeil. 
d 20 Wall. 263, U. S. v. Herrou. 



S43. 

a 2 Bl. 163, U. S. v. Castillero. 
6 1 Wall. 404, U. S. v. Moreno, 
c 1 Wall. 745, Eomero v. U. S. 

488. 

a 9 Wall. 6U4, Walker v. Schools. 
a 14 Wall. 22, Steines v Franklin 
a 102 U. S. 108, Brooks v E. E. Co. 

185. 

60, Maddox v. U. S. 
612, Desmare v. U. S. 



a 15 Wall. 
b 93 U. S. 



UNITED STATES V. LANE, 8 Wall. 

Civil war; permits to trade; 
pur6hase by Treasury agents, a 
Illegal purchases of cotton, b 

UNITED STATES v. LAPENB, 17 'Wall. 603. 

War; intercourse, a i a 21 Wall, 

I a 93 U. S 
UNITED STATES, LAPEYKE v. See Lapeyre u. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. LABKIN, 18 H. 558. 

California; Mexican titles; ap- I a 10 Wall. 238, Hornsby w. U, 
proval of grant by assembly, a \ ' 

UNIT£ID STATES v. LAUB, 13 B. 1. 

Jury; judges of credibility, a i a 12 P. 427, Strother v. Lucas. 

I a 14 P. 26, Bank v. Guttschliok. 

UNITED STATES v. L,A VENGEANCE, 3 Dall. 397. 



, 352, Mitchell i). U. S. 
. 612, Desmare v. U. S. 



S. 



Admiralty ; jurisdiction over for- 
feitures, a 

Seizures on waters navigable from 
the sea by vessels of ten or more 
tons ; trial by jury, b 

Judicial notice, c 



a 2 Cr. 406, U. S. v. The Sally. 
b 4 Cr. 443, U. S. v. The Betsy. 
b 6 Cr. 112, Whelau k. U. S. 
a 1 Wh. 10, The Samuel. 
6 8 Wh. 394, The Sarah. 
6 9 Wh. 421, The Margaret. 
c 7 P. 339, Peyroux w. Howard. 
a 5 H. 452, Waring v. Clarke, 
a 6 H. 378, N. J. Nav. Co. v. Bank. 
6 6 Wall. 766, Union Ins. Co. u U.S. 
6 7 Wall. 638, Tlie Belfast. 
6 8 Wall. 26, The Eagle. 



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UNITED STATES v. lAWBBNCE, 3 DaU. 4a. 

Supreme Court ; tnandaruus. a \a 14 Wall. 166, ea; parte Newman. 

I a 101 U. S. 720, ex parte Ealhvay, 

UNITED STATES V. I-AWSON, 101 V. S. 164. 

Collectors ol customs ; compensa- I a 101 U. S. 170, U. S. v. Ellsworth, 
tion. a I 

UNITED STATES, lEAVBNWOBTH R. R. v. See Leavenworth E. E. v, U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. JJE BARON, 19 H. 75. 

Public oflScers ; bonds ; com- I a i Wall. 647, U. S. v. Le Baron, 
mencement of liability; sureties, a I 

UNITED STATES v. IE BtANC, 18* H. 436. 

Louisiana titles ; Spanish grant ; I a 14 H. 190, U. S. v. Billieux. 
evidence of heirship, a \ 

UNITED STATES, LECOMPTE v. See Iiecompte v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES v. I,EFEI.EB, 11 P. 86. 

Misjoinder; nolle prosequi, a | a 17 H. 610, GriflSn ©.Reynolds. 

UNITED STATES V. liEVT, 13 P. 83. 

Land titles under Spain ; sur- I a 10 H. 554, Villabolos v. U. S. 
vey:3. a I 

UNITED STATES, LEWIS v. See Lewis v. United States. 
UNITED STATES v. LINN, 15 P. 390. 

U. S.; power to contract, a I a 12 H. 102, Ifeilson v. Lagow* 
Voluntary bonds. 6 I 6 10 Wall. 408, U. S. v. Hodson. 

UNITED STATES V. LINN, 1 H. 118. 

Official bonds; alteration; dis- I a 2 Wall. 231, Smith ». U. S. 
charge of surety, a I 

UNITED STATES, LOCKE v. See Locke v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES T. LOW, 16 P. 166. 

Florida claims ; Spanish sur- I a 11 H. 86, U. S. v. Boisdore. 

veys. a \ 

UNITED STATES, LUCO V. See Luco v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES v. LTNDE, 11 WaU. 638. 

Louisiana ; grants by Spain after ( o 97 U. S. 231, TJ. S. «. Watkins. 
the cession ; act of 1860. a I a 98 U. S. 416, ScuU v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES V. MACA, 18 H. 556. 

California; Mexican titles ; valid- I a 1 Wall. 404, tj. S. v. Moreno. 
ity; survey, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. MACDANIBL, 7 P. 1. 



U. S.; suits against public offi- 
cers ; credits ; set-offs ; extra servi- 
ces, a 

Powers of the departments as to 
employment. 6 

Statutes; construction by those 
executing them, c 



a 7 P. 23, U. S. «. Ripley, 
a 8 P. 160, U. S. e. EingoM. 
6 15 P. 368, Gratiot «. U. S. 
a 16 P. 224, Milnor v. Metz. 
a 4 H. 112, Gratiot v. U. S. 
a 8 H. 101, TJ. S. ». Buchanan, 
a 9 H. 489, U. S. 0. Brown. 
a 7 Wall. 155, The Siren. 
a 9 Wall. 765, Watkins v. U. S. 
c 95 U. S. 763, U. S. v. Moore. 
UNITED STATES v. McDONALD, 5 WaU. 656. 

Collectors of revenue ; compensa- a 23 Wall. 401, Donovan v. U. S. 
tion. a o 101 U. S. 165, U. S. v. Lawson. 

a 101 U. S. 173, U. S. e. Ellsworth 



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UNITED STATES, McKEE v. See MoKee i'. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, MoLANE v. See McLane v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. McLEAN, 95 XT. S. 750. 

U. S.; salaries, a \alOO IT. S. 685, Embry v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. McL,E]VIOKE, 4 H. 886. 



U. S.; cannot be enjoined ; 
remedy of parties for breach of 
contract, a 



a 9 H. 388, Hill v. U. S. 

a 11 H. 287, Beeside v. Wallcer. 

a 6 Wall. 488, U. S. v. Eckford. 



UNITED STATES, McVEIGH v. See McVeigh v.V.S. 
UNITED STATES, MAXAKIN v. See Malarin v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES t. THE MAXEK ADHEI,, 3 H. 334. 



Proceedings in rem ; forfeiture 
of oflending thing, a 

Capture of vessels engaged in 
unlawful enterprise. 6 



a 18 H. 72, Smith v. Maryland. 
6 18 H. Ill, Jecker ». Montgomery 
a 7 Wall. 156, The Siren. 
a 96 U. S. 400, Dobbins's Distil'ry 



UNITED STATES, MANUFACTURING CO. v. See Manuf. Co. v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES v. MAKCHANT, 13 Wh. 483. 

Jurors ; challenge ; act 1790. (1 1 a 18 H. 589, U. S. v, Shackleford. 
St. 119.) a I 

UNITED STATES v. MAKIGOLD, 9 H. 560. 



Supreme Court ; criminal cases ; 
certificates of division, a 

When both the State and the U. 
S. may punish the same act. b 

Constitution ; implied and result- 
ing powers, c 

UNITED STATES v. THE MAKS, 8 Cr. 417 



a 9 H. 571, Forsyth v. IT. S. 
b 14 H. 20, Moore v. Illinois, 
c 12 Wall. 536, Legal Tender Cases 
6 100 IT. S. 390, ex parte Siebold. 



a 3 Wh. 303, Gelston v. Hoyt. 
a 8 H. 378, Caldwell v. U. S. 
6 7 Wall. 460, Confiscation Cases. 
a 14 Wall. 56, Henderson's Spirits 



Forfeitures for violation of reve- 
nue laws ; when they attach, a 

Sale to bona-fide purchaser be- 
fore seizure. 6 
UNITED STATES, MASON v. See Mason v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES, MEADE v. See Meade v. TJ. S. 
UNITED STATES, MEKEDITH v. See Mereditli ti. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, MESA v. See Mesa v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, MILI.ER v. See Miller v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES v. MULS, 7 P. 143. 

Indictments- a | a 92 IT. S. 558, IT. S. v. Cruikshank 

I a 96 IT. S. 363, U. S. v. Simmons. 

UNITED STATES, MINERS' BANK v. See Miners' Banli v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES, MINIS v. See Minis u. U. S. 

UNITED STATES t. MEBANDA, 16 P. 153. 



Florida land titles, a 
Incomplete claims. 6 



a 3 H. 618, Chaires v. U. S. 
6 3 H. 784, U. S. v. King; 
6 10 H. 554, Villabolos v. U. S. 
6 11 H. 124, Lecompte v. IT. S. 



UNITED STATES v. MITCHEI.I/, 9 P. 743. See Mitchell u. U. S. 

Government ; has only remedies I a 10 P. 010, Brent n. Bankol Wash, 
of ordinary suitors, a I 

UNITED STATES, MONTAULT v. See Montault v. U. S. 



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TOJITED STATES, MONTGOMERY v. See Montgomery v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. MORE, 3 Cr. 169. 

Supreme Court ; criminal cases, a 



a 3 P. 201, ex parte Watkina. 

a 9 H. 572, Forsyth v. U. S. 

b 3 Wall. 254, Daniels v. R. E. Co. 

»09. 

a 15 H. 4, U. S. ». Davenport. 
a 15 H. 32, U. S. v. Koselius. 
a 15 H. 37, U. S. v. Boselias. 



Appellate jurisdiction. 6 

UNITED STATES v. MOORE, 18 H. 

Louisiana land titles ; acts of 
1824 and 1844; jnrisdiction of Dis- 
trict Court of Louisiana, a 

UNITED STATES, MOORE v. See Moore v. V. S. 

UNITED STATES v. MORGAN, 11 H. 158. 

Public officers ; liability f o r I a 4 Wall. 185, U. S. v. Dashiel. 
money stolen ; sureties, a \ ad Wall. 88, U. S. v. Keeliler. 

UNITED STATES, MORGAN v. See MorRan v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. MORIILO, 1 Wall. 709. 

California ; Mexican titles; con- | a 11 Wall. 457, Header v. Norton, 
struction of the act March 3, 1851. a | 

UNITED STATES v. MORRIS, 10 Wh. 346. 



Penalties ; remission of. a 



a 6 P. 423, M'Lane v. U. S. 
a 3 H. 552. Maryland v. K. R. Co. 
a 7 Wall. 174, Dorsheimer v. U. 3. 
a 7 Wall. 461, Confiscation Cases. 

UNITED STATES v. MORRIS, 14 P. 475. 

Penal laws ; constrnction. a j a 6 Wall. 396, U. S. v. Hartwell. 

UNITED STATES v. MORRISON, 4 P. 184. 



Judgment liens in U. S. courts ; 
rules of property ; sec. 34 judiciary 
act ; when the decisions of the 
State courts will be followed, a 



a 13 P. 477, Burton v. Smith, 
a 7 H. 764, Massingill ». Downs. 
a 2 Bl. 438, Ward v. Chamberlain. 
a 2 Bl. 603, Lefflngwellu Warren. 
a 91 U. S. 360, Morsell» Nat. Bank 



.803. 

I a 3 H. 204, Taylor v. U. S. 



UNITED STATES v. MURPHY, 16 P. 

Collection of revenue ; evidence ; 
competency ; interested party, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. NEI.EIGH, 1 Bl. 305. 

California ; Mexican titles ; rec- I a 1 Wall. 742, Romero v. U. S. 
ord and proof of grant, a | 

UNITED STATES, NEW ORLEANS v. See New Orleans v, U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. NEW ORLEANS RATLROAD, 18 Wall. 368. 



a 94 U. S. 
6 99 U. S. 



609. 



387, Beall v. White. 
351, Fosdick v. Schall. 



Deeds; conveyance of property 
subsequently acquired, a 

Railroad mortgages ; what prop- 
erty passes. 6. 

UNITED STATES v. NICHOLIS, 18 Wh, 

U. S. officers ; accounts, a 
Sureties on official bonds, b 
Laches not imputable to U. S. c 

UNITED STATES, NICHOLS v. See Nichols vl U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. NOE, 83 H. 315. 

California ; Mexican titles ; an- I a 1 Bl. 552, U. S. v. Vallejo. 
thority to grant, a. \ 



a 15 P. 206, U. S. v. Boyd. 
6 1 Bl. 149, Bryan v. U. S. 
c 95 U. S. 318, Hart v. U. S. 



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trtOTED STATES v. NORTON, 97 U. S. 164. 

Laws and proclamations ; at I a 102 U. S. 437, McElrath v. U. S. 
what time they take effect, a | 

UNITED STATES v. NOTJKSE, 6 P. 470. 



a 9 P. 8, U. S. V. Kourse. 
a 11 P. 165, U. S. V. Cox. 
c 18 H. 274, Murray »Hoboken Co. 
d 1 BI. 489, U. S. V. Knight. 



Treasury distress warrants, a 
Not subject to appeal by U. S. 6 
Contemporaneous construction of 
a law. c 
Jurisdiction under special acts, d 

tJNITED STATES v'. NXE, 81 H. 409. 

California; Mexican land titles; a 21 H. 412, U. S. v. Bassett. 
"Sutter's general title." a a 23 H. 261, U. S. v. Bennitz. 

a 23 H. 266, U. S. v. Rose. 
a 24 H. 131, U. S. v. Ghana. 
a 1 Bl. 37, U. S. V. Hensley, 

UNITED STATES, O'HARA T. See O'Hara v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES T. O'KEEEE, 11 Wall. 188. 



a 16 Wall. 156. Carlisle v. U. S. 
a 97 U. S. 63. Young v. U. S. 
a 99 U. S. 307, Phelps v McDonald 

UNITED STATES T. ORTEGA, 11 Wh. 467. 



Court of Claims ; right of aliens 
to sue. a 



Supreme Court; original juris- 
diction ; what is " a case affecting 
aii ambassador." a 
UNITED STATES, OSBOBN v. See Osbom v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. OSIO, 83 H. 879. 



a 13 Wall. 594, Blyew v. U. S. 



California; Mexican titles; evi- 
dence of grant, a 
Jurisdiction of alcalde. 6 
Departmental assembly, c 



a 1 Bl. 252, U. S. v. Knight. 
6 2 Bl. 202, U. S. V. Castillero. 
a 1 Wall. 745, Romero v. U. S. 
c 1 Wall. 762, U. S. v. Workman. 
a 6 Wall. 438, Muraford w.Wardell. 

UNITED STATES v. PACHECO, 88 H. 885. 

California ; Mexican titles ; con- 1 a 23 H. 498, Yontz v. U. S. 
struction. a I 

UNITED STATES v. PADEtFORD, 9 Wall. 631. 



Captured or abandoned property 
act; 'acts in aid of the rebellion.' a 

Pardon ; effect of. b 

Cotton ; during the civil war, sub- 
ject of capture, c 



a 13 Wall. 142, U. S. v. Klein. 
6 16 Wall. 151, Carlisle v. U. S. 
c 22 Wall. 93, Haycraft v. U. S. 
c 92 U. S. 192, Lamar v. Brown. 
6 95 U. S. 153, Knote v. U. S. 
c 97 U. S. 58, Young v. U. S. 



UNITED STATES v. PALMER, 3 Wh. 610. 



War ; recognition ; political ques- 
tions, a 

That a ship is commissioned by a 
regular government; how shown, b 

Robbery on the high seas, piracy, c 

Civil war; sovereign and bellig- 
erent rights, d 

Statutes; construction, e 



UNITED STATES, 
UNITED STATES, 



a 4 Wh. 63, The Divina Pastora. 

b 4 Wh. 303, The Estrella. 

a 4 Wh. 501, The Nuestra Senora. 

c 5 Wh. 149, U. S. V. Clintock. 

c 5 Wh. 184, U. S.D. Pirates. 

a 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 

b 6 Wall. 12, Mauran v. Ins. Co. 

d 11 Wall. 307, Miller v. U. S. 

e 23 Wall. 380, Smythe v. Piske. 

PAtMER V. See Palmer v. U. S. 
PARGOUD T. See Pargoud v. V. S. 



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UNITED STATES, PATTERSON v. See Patterson v. V. S. 



a 21 H. 182, U. S. v. Sntter. 

b 19 Wall. 597, U. S. v. Innerarity. 



UNITED STATES v. PATTERSON, IS H. 10. 

Louisiana land tiMes ; Spanish 
grant ; suit by assignee of claim, a 

Eight of party claiming the land 
to intervene ; limitations. 6 

UNITED STATES, PAWUNG v. See Pawling v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. THE PEGGY, 1 Cr. 104. 

Penalties; remission of. a la 3.H. 584, Maryland v. E. E. Co. 

Treaties ; law of the land. 6 | & 19 H. 366, Fellows v. Blacksmith. 

UNITED STATES v. PERCHEMAN, 7 P. 86. 



Florida land titles; effect of ces- 
sion of territory on the rights of the 
inhabitants, a 

Construction of the treaty ; what 
grants were confirmed. 6 

When copy of Spanish grant, 
evidence, c 

Locality of grants, d 

Who were anthorized to grant, e 

Wlien assignee of Spanish claim 
can employ in suit name of original 
grantee, f 

Title of the U. S. divested by 
confirmation, g 

Treaties, h 



a 9 P. liiO, Delassus v. U. S. 
a 12 P. 428, Strother v. Lucas. 
6 12 P. 511, Garcia v. Lee. 
c 14 P. 344, U. S. V. Wiggins. 
d 15 P. 220, Buiek v. U. S. 
e 15 1'. 229, U. S. v. Delesplne. 
e 15 P. 328, U. S. v. Delespine. 
6 16 P. 155, U. S. V. Miranda. 
6 16 P. 231, U. S. V. Clarke, 
a 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava, 
c 15 H. 4, U. S. V. Davenport. 
a 20 H. 17, Jones v. McMasters. 
a 20 H. 173, Leiteiisdorfer».Webb. 
/21H. 182, U. S.v. Sutter, 
c 24 H. 175, Meelian v. Foi-syth. 
g 1BI.341, U. S. ». Covilland. 
a 5 Wall. 260, U. S. v. Eepentigny 
6 11 Wall. 640, U. S. v. Lynde. 
h 16 Wall. 434, U. S. v. Hiickabee. 
a 21 Wall. 527, Langdeau «. Haiies. 
6101U. S. 706, D'Auterive v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES T. PEKAITA, 19 H. 343. 



a 20 H. 60, U. S. v. Carabustou. 
a 22 H. 459, Fuentes v. U. S. 
6 5 Wall. 461, Serano v. U. S. 
c 13 Wall. 488, Carpentier v. Mont- 
gomery. 



California; Mexican title.?; au- 
thority of oflicer to make tlie grant.a 

What is an equity against the U. 
S. b 

Titles protected by the treaty, c 

UNITED STATES v. PEREZ, 9 Wh. 579. 

Const.; "twice in jeopardy." a | a 18 Wall. 175, ex paHe Lange. 

UNITED STATES v. PETERS, 3 Dall. lai. 

Prohibitions, a a i Wall. 161, U. S. v. Hoffman 

a 10 Wall. 543, ex parte Graliam, 
a 95 U. S. 71, ex parte Easton. 

UNITED STATES v. PETERS, 5 Or. 115. 



U. S. courts; jurisdiction; where 
State is a party, a 

Are the judges of the extent of 
their own jurisdiction, b 

Legislation of a State obstructing 
the power* of the general govern- 
ment, void, c 

Supreme Court; mandamus, d 



a 2 H. 550, E. E. Co. v. Letson. 
6 24 H. 459, Preeman'u. Howe, 
c 2 Bl. 628, Bank of Com. v. N. Y. 
c 6 Wall. 195, Eiggs «. Johnson, 
c 6 Wall. 253, Mayor ». Cooper. 
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UNITED STATES v. PHII,. AND NEW ORLEANS, 11 H. 640. 



a 11 H. 664, U. S. v. Turner. 
a 18 H. 540, Arguello v. U. S. 
6 11 Wall. 648, U. S. v. Lvnde. 



Louisiana land titles ; complete 
and incomplete Spanish titles, a 

Grant in disputed territory ; after 
treaty of St. Ildelfonso. 6 

UNITED STATES v. PHISTEKBR, 94 U. S. 330. 

Army; commntation. a | o 100 U. S. G70, U. S. «. Iiippitt. 

UNITED STATES V. PICO, 33 H. 336. 

California ; Mexican titles ; when | a 1 Wall. 423, U. S. v. Yorba. 
conquest was completed, a j a 6 Wall. 590, Stearns v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES, 



, PICO 



See Pico v. V. S. 



UNITED STATES V. PILtEKIN, 13 H. 9. 

Louisiana land titles ; acts of 1824 a 15 H. 36, U. S. v. Roselius. 
and 1844 conferring jnrisdiotion of 
claims for land on District Court, a 

UNITED STATES v. PIRATES, 6 Wh. 184. 

Piracy ; mnrder or. tlie liitrh | a 5 Wli. 416, U. S. ». Holmes, 
seas; when cognizable by the U.S. l 
courts, a I 



UNITED STATES v. PO'WBIilj, 14 Wall. 493 

Official bonds; sureties; liability I a 15 Wall. 123 
for reimbursement of money paid a 100 U. S. 11 
by government to officer, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. POWER, 11 H. 580. 

Louisiana land titles ; act of July 
17, 1844; title by occupancy and 
cultivation, a 

UNITED STATES v. PRESCOTT, 3 H. 678. 



, U. S. V. Singer. 
Soule V. U. S. 



a 14 H. 190, U. S. K.'Rilllenx. 



Collectors ; sureties; liability on 
bond ; paying over money, a 

Liability of public depositaries 
for money stolen. 6 



a 11 H. 158, U. 
6 4 Wall. 185, 
6 9 Wall. 88, 
b 13 Wall. 24, 
b 13 Wall. G2, 
6 15 Wall. 347, 



S. ». Morgan. 
U. S. V. Dashiel. 
U. S. V. Keehler. 
Boyden v. U. S. 
Bevans v. U. S. 
U. S. V. Thomas. 



UNITED STATES v. PRICE, 9 H. 90. 



a 15 H. 171, Bispham v. Price. 
a 15 Wall. 144, Piokersgill v. La- 
hens. 



Official bonds; proceeding in 
equity against executor of deceased 
surety; joint and several bonds, a 

UNITED STATES v. QUINCY, 6 P. 466. 

Intention a question for the I a 8 P. 46, Lee v. Lee. 

jury, a I 

UNITED STATES, THE RACHEIj v. See RaoUel, The, v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES v. RAILROAD CO., 17 Wall. 333. 
Internal revenue ; income tax. a | a 20 Wall. 329, Stoekdale v. Ins. Co 
When stockholders are exempt. 6 | & 22 Wall. 6i2, Bailey v. E. K. Co. 

UNITED STATES V. READING, 18 H. 1 



California; Mexican land titles; 

approval of grant by departmental 

assembly, a 
Expediente; definitive title. 6 
Grants on conditions, c 
21 



a 18 n. 5.54, U.S. v Cruz Cei-vantes 

6 22 H. 430, Dalton v. V. S. 

a 23 H. 201, U. S. v. Bennitz. 

c 23 H. 317, U. S. V. Noe. 

a 10 Wall. 238, Hornsby v. U. S. 



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■UNITED STATES, KEBD v. See Reed «. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. KEESE, 93 U. S. 816. 

Constitution ; tifteentli amend- a 92 U. 
mont ; eloctive franciiise. a b 100 U. 

When act can be partly consti- c 100 U. 
tutional. b 

Eights and imrannitles under the 
Constitution ; protection by Con- 
gress, c 

UNITED STATES v. KEID, 12 H. 361 

U. S. courts; evidence; rule of 
decision, a 
Certificates of division. 6 



S. 555, U.S.!). Cruiljslianlc 
S. 98, Trade-mai-Ic Cases. 
S. 311, Strauder v. W. Va. 



a 1 Bl. 428, Vance ». Campbell. 
6 7 Wall. 582, U. S.v. Bosenburgh. 



S Wall. 865. 

a 9 Wall. 336, Bennett v. Hunter. 
b 21 Wall. 63, Schulenbergu.Har- 

rimai). 
6 92 U. S. 67, Farnsworth v. R.R. 
6 97 U. S. 21S, McMicken v. V. S. 

UNITED STATES v. KEYNES, 9 H. 187. 

a 9 H. 283. Davis v. Police Jury, 
a 9 H. 477, Goodtitle ». Kibbc. 
6 10 H. C20, U. S. V. D'Auterive. 
c 11 H. 640. U.S.4I. Plill.&]Sr.Orl. 
a 12 H. 50, Montault v. U. S. 
6 12 H. 438, U. S. v. Castaiit. 
a 13 H. 9, U. S. V. Plllerin. 
a 15 H. 4, U. S. V. Davenport. 
6 13 H. 32, U. S. V. Roselius. 
6 11 Wall. 643, U. S. v. Lynde. 
853. 

a 8 Wall. 10, Thoringtonc. Smith 
& 9 Wall. 133, The Grapeshot. 
a 15 Wall. 446, HanaueruWoodniff 
6 16 Wall. 434, U. S. v. Huckabee. 

. 470. 

a 16 P. 145, U. S. V. Breward. 

UNITED STATES v. KIDDIiE, 5 Cr. 313. 

Revenue seizures ; "probable | a 17 Wall. 92, Averill v. Smith, 
cause." a | a 97 U. S. 646, Stacey v. Emery. 

UNITED STATES V. KINGGOIiD, 8 P. 160. 

U. S.; suits by; set-oB^. a \ a7 Wall. 154, The Siren. 

UNITED STATES V. KIPLEY, 7 P. 18. 



UNITED STATES v. KEPENTIGNT, 

Alienage; "office found." a 
Conditions subsequent; who can 
take advantage of non-perform- 
ance, b 



Land laws ; Spanish concessions 
in Louisiana after treaty of St. Ildel- 
fonso. a 

Act May 26, 1824 ; June 17, 1844 ; 
for settlement of land claims in 
Louisiana; treaties; construction 
of. 5 

Perfect grants, c 



UNITED STATES v. RICE, 4 Wh. 

Character of the late civil war ; 
de facto government, a 

Military occupation ; principles 
applicable to. 6 

UNITED STATES v. RICHARD, 8 P 

Florida land titles, a \ 



U. S.; power of departments as 
to employments ; extra services, a 
Set-offs ; act March 3, 1797. 6 



a 15 P. 368, Gratiot v. V. S. 
a 4 H. 112, Gratiot v. V. S. 
6 8 H. 101, U. S. V. Buchanan, 
a 9 H. 489, U. S. v. Brown. 
6 Wall. 765, Watkins v. U. S. 
.a 91 U. S. 564, Hall v. U. S. 



UNITED STATES v. RITCHIE, 17 H. 631 

California ; Mexican land titles ; 
jurisdiction of District Court, a 

Mission lands. 6. 

Board of commissioners under 
act of 1851. c 



a 17 H. 552, Fremont v. U. S. 
6 18 fl. 53, U. S. « Cruz Cervantes 
a 6 Wall. 375, Grisar v. McDowell 
c 9 Wall. 19, Reese v. U. S. 



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UNITEaD STATES v. KOBEKTSON, 6 P. 659. 

Set-off; payment with notes of 1 o 6 H. 318, Plant. Bank v. Sharp, 
creditor, a | a H. 117, Davis ». Tiletson. 

UNITED STATES T. ROBESON, 9 P. 335. 



U. S.; suits by ; set-offs ; torts, a 
Assignment of claims against tlie 
U.S. 6 



a 8 H. 101. U. S. ». Buchanan. 

« Wall. 491, U. S. «. Eclvford. 
a Wall. 76.5, Watkius v. U. S. 
a 91 U. S. 562, Hall ». U. S. 
6 95 U. S. 412, U. S. v. Gillis. 

tTNTTED STATES v. RODMAN, 15 P. 135. 

Florida land grants, a | a 15 P. 229, U. S. v. Delespine. 

UNITED STATES, RODRIGUEZ v. See Rodriguez v. V. S. 
tTNIXED STATES v. ROGERS, 4 H. 573. 

Indians; authority of U. S. over, ai a 11 Wall. fil9, Cherokee Tobacco. 

I a 17 Wall. 242, Holden ». Joy. 

UNITED STATES, ROMERO v. See Romero v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. ROSE, 33 H. 863. 

California ; Mexican land titles ; i a 24 H. 131, IT. S. v. Chana. 
"Sutter's general title." a | a 1 Bl. 37, U. S. u. Hensley. 

UNITED STATES v. ROSEI.IUS, 15 H. 33. 



Louisiana titles; jurisdiction of 
the District Court of Louisiana, a 

Spanish grant ; satisfied conces- 
sion . 6 

Perfect titles, c 

UNITED STATES v. ROSBNBUBGH 

Naturalization laws ; offenses 
against, a 

Supreme Court ; certificates of 
division in criminal cases. 6 

UNITED STATES v. ROSS, 93 U. S. 381 



a 15 H. 4, TJ. S. v. Davenport. 

6 18 H. 540, Arguello v. U. S. 

c 14 Wall. 312, Dent v. Emmerger 



7 Wall. 580. 

a 11 Wall. 91, U. S v. Tynen. 
6 13 Wall. 252, U. S. v. Avery. 



Captured or abandoned property 
act. a 
Circumstantial evidence, b . 

UNITED STATES v. RUSSELt, 13 Wall. 637. 



a 99 U. S. 271, U. S. ». Puojh. 
6 100 IT. S. 69S, Manning u Ins. Co 



a 13 Wall. 646, U. S. u. Kimball. 
a 94 U. S. 234, Cammeyer«. New- 
ton. 

UNITED STATES v. THE SALIY, 3 Or. 406. 



U. S.; liability for seizures of 
property during the civil war. a 



a 4 Cr. 452. U. S. v. The Betsy. 
6 8 Wh. 394, The Sarah, 
c 5 H. 451, Waring w. Clarke. 
6 8 Wall. 26, The Eagle. 



Admiralty; jurisdiction of seiz- 
ures on navigable waters, a 

In admiralty, ti-ial is by court 
(but sec act of 1875). h 

Slave trade acts, c 
UNITED STATES, SALAMON v. See Salamon i). U. S. 
UNITED STATES, SCUtL v. See Scull D. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. SEAMAN, 17 H. 235. 

Mandamus ; executive officers ; i a 7 Wall. 352, Gaines «. Thompson 
discri'tionary powers, a I a 9 Wall. 312, Sec. v. McGarraliau. 

UNITED STATES v. SEGUI, 10 P. 306. 

Florida land title? ; grants on I a 12 P. 479, U. S. u. KJngsley. 
conditions, a j a 15 P. 135, U. S. v. Eodman. 



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UNITED STATES, SEMMES v. See Semmes v. XJ. S. 
USTITED STATES, SERRANO v. See Serrano v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES v. SETON, 10 P. 309. 

Florida land titles, a [ a 16 P. 145, U. S. v. Breward. 

UNITED STATES v. THE SHORT 8TAPX.E, 9 Cr. 56. 

Embargo act. a. | a 2 Wh. 152, The King William, 

UNITED STATES v. SIBBAXD, lO P. 313. 



Florida land titles ; grants on 
conditions, a 
Supreme Court; mandates. 6 



a 12 P. 479, IT. S. v. Kingsley. 
b 12 P. 491, Sibbald v. U. S. 
a 15 P. 220, Bnick v, V. S. 
a 16 P. 145, U. S. V. Breward. 
a 16 P. 198, U. S. V. Hanson. 
a 16 P. 231, U. S. V Clarke, 
ti 1 H. 24, U. S. V. Acosta. 
a H. 26, U. S. v. Lawton. 
a 97 U. S. 216, McMicken v. U. S, 
UNITED STATES v. SIMMS, 1 Cr. 866. 

Supreme Court ; appeals from I a 3 Cr. 172, U. S. v. More. 
District of Columbia, a | 

UNITED STATES V. SINGER, IS Wall. 800. 



a 20 Wall. 200, Pahlman u Colleet'r 
6 100 U.S. 11, Sonle jj. U. S. 



■Revenue ; tax on distilleries, a 
Sureties on official bonds ; lia- 
bility, b 

UNITED STATES v. 67 PACKAGES OF DRY GOODS, 17 H. 93. 

Laws ; repeals by implication, a | a 22 H. 311, U. S. v. Walker, 

UNITED STATES v. SMITH, 5 WU. 163. 



a 5 Wh. 193, U. S. v. Pirates. 
6 9 H. 571, Forsyth v. V. S. 



Piracy, a 

Criminal jurisdiction ; Supreme 
Court. 6 

UNITED STATES v. SMITH, 9 Wh. 438. 

Duties ; importations ; names by i a 92 U. S. 471, Tyng v. Grinnell, 
which classed, a \ ' 

UNITED STATES, SMITH T. See Sraitli v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, SOULARD v. See Soulard v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. SOUTHMAYD, 9 H. 638. 

Duties ; value of importations ; I a 24 H. 525, Belcher v. Linn, 
how ascertained ; parol evidence, a \ 

UNITED STATES, SPEAKE v. See Speake i>. U. S. 

UNITED STATES, SPROTT v. See Sprott v. V. S. 

UNITED STATES v. STANSBURY, 1 P. 573. 



Official bonds ; sureties, a 
When release of debtor releases 
the judgment, b 

UNITED STATES v. STATE BANK OP N. C, 6 P. 89, 



a 5 P. 181, Hunter w. U. S. 

6 15 H. 296, Magniac v. Thompson. 



a 12 P. 131, Beaston v. Par. Bank. 
6 95 U. S. 763, U. S. v. Moore. 



Priority of U. S. a 
Construction of statutes by those 
executing them. 6 

UNITED STATES, STOCKWELI, v. See Stoekwell v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES v. STONE, 14 P. 624. 



Certificates of division, a 



a 6 H. 43, Nesmith v. Sheldon. 

a 7 H. 190, U. S. v. Chicago. 

a 3 Wall. 255, Daniels v. S. K. Co. 



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UNITED STATES v. STONE, » -Wall 

Patents ; vacating ; equity, a 
Land office ; jurisclictioii ceases 
on Issue ol patent. 6 



sss. 

a 14 Wall. 440, Mowryu. Whitney 
a 96 U. S. 533, Moore w. Kobbins. 
6 102 U. S. 396, U. S. u. Scliiirz. 



UNITED STATES, SUPERTISOBS v. See Supervisors ■!). XT. S. 
UNITED STATES v. SUTTER, «1 H. 170. 



California; Mexican land titles; 
U. S. has no interest in contests be- 
tween persons after the grant, a 

Title of U. S.; when divested. 6 

Power to grant, c 

Cultivation and inhabitancy, d 

Boundary of grant to Sutter, e 



a 23 H. 442, Castro v. Hendricks. 
6 1 Bl. 341, U. S. V. Covilland. 
e 1 Bl. 552, U. S. v. Vallejo. 
c 2 Bl. 612. U. S. u. Grimes. 
& 1 Wall. 423, U. S. -o. Yorba. 
e 2 Wall. 581, Sutter Case, 
e 10 Wall. 237, Hornsby u. U. S. 



UNITED STATES, SWEENY v. See Sweeny «.'U. S. 
UNITED STATES, TATTLOR v. See Taylor v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. TENBROCK, % TVIl. 248, 

Circuit Court ; when no appeal a 12 P. 144, Sarchet r>. U. S, 
lies in case removed from the Dis 
irict Court, a 



UNITED STATES v. TESCHMAKBR 

California ; Mexican land <titles ; 
evidence of grant ; record title, a 



UNITED STATES T. THROGJVIORTON 

Judgments; fraud, a 
Fraud in land titles; relief in 
equity. 6 

UNTTED STATES V, TINOET, 5 P. 116. 

.Official bonds; obtained by op- 
pression under color of office ; sure- 
ties, a 

U.S.; power to contract ; volun- 
tary bonds, h 

When bond prospective, c 



as H. 401. 

a 22 H. 415, U. S. o Pico. 
a 22 H. 421, U. S. «. Vallejo. 
a 1 Bl. 252. U. S. e. Knight. 
a 1 Wall. 357, U. S. «. Auguisola. 
a 1 Wall. 422, U. S. u. Yorba. 
a 1 Wall. 742, Komero v. IT. S. 

98 U. S. 61. 
a 101 U. S. 479, Marqucz u. Frisbie 
6 101 U. S. 520, Vance ». Burbank. 



a 10 P. 357, U. S. ». Bradley. 
6 15 P. 311, U. S. D. Linn. 
B 7 H. 581, Tyler v. Hand. 
& 12 H. 102, Jfeilson u. Lagow. 
h 10 Wall. 406, U. S. v. Hodson. 
c 14 Wall. 502, U. S. v. Powell. 



UNITED STATES, TITUS V. See Titus v. U. S. 



663. 

a 17 H. 43, U. S. v. Coxe. 



UNITED STATES v. TURNER, 11 H. 

Ixiulsiana land titles; complete I 
and incomplete Spanish grants, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. 300 CHESTS OF TEA, 9 Wh, 438 



Duties ; construction of tariff 
acts, a 

Whether the article imported is 
known by the name given in the 
tai'iff a question for the jury. 6 



a 7 P. 404, Barlow v. U. S. 
a 10 P. 150, Elliott «. Swartout. 
h 7 H. 790, Lawrence v. Allen. 
b 91 U. S. 363, Arthurs. Cumming. 
b 96 U. S. Ill, Arthur w. Morrison. 



UNITED STATES v. TTtBR, 7 Cr. a8S. 

Sup. Court; criminal jurisdic- 1 a 9 H. 571, Forsyth «. U. S. 
tion ; certificates of division, a \ 



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MANUAL OF STTPKBME COURT DECISIONS. 



UNITED STATES v. TTKEN, 11 Wall. M.. 



a 11 Wall. 657, Hendei-son's To- 
bacco. 

a 17 Wall. 431, State jr. Stoll. 

a 20 Wall. 617, Mnrclocktr Memphis 

a96U. S. 140, Ai-thui-j). Homer. 

b 98 U. S. 401, R. R. Co. v. Grant. 
UNITED STATES, UNION ESS. CO. v. See Union Ins. Co. v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. UNION PAC. R. K. CO., 91 U. S. 7Z. 



Statutes ; construction ; repug- 
nancy ; ivpeal by Implication, a 

Repeal of law conferring juris- 
diction ; pending cases, b 



Obligations of the Union Pacific 
B. R. Co. toward tlie U. S. a 



a 98 U. S. 614, U. S. v. IT. P. K. R. 

a 99 U. S. 60, Piatt v. U. P. R. R. 

a 99 U. S. 719, Sinliing-FnuflCases 
UNITED STATES, UN. PAC. K. K. CO. v. See Union Pac. E. E. Co. v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. UNION PAC. K. K. CO., 9S U. S. 601. 

Pacific railroads ; relation toward | a 99 U. S. 724, Sinking-Fund Cases 

the U. S. a ! 

UNITED STATES V. VACA, IS H. 55R. 

California ; Mexican titles ; ap- 1 a 10 Wall. 238, Horosby v. U. S. 
proval of grant by assembly, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. VALI^EJO, 1 Bl. S41. 



California; Mexican titles; record 
evidence, a 
Modes of making grants, b 



a 1 Wall. 745, Romero v. U. S. 
b 1 Wall. 762, U. S. u. Workman. 
b 13 Wall. 452, U. S. v. Vigil. 



UNITED STATES v. VANZANT, 11 Wh. 184. 



Directory regulations ; cannot be 
taken advantage of by third per- 
sons, a 

Official bonds; laches not impu- 
table to government; sureties, b 

Government ; how far responsible 
for acts of officers, c 

UNITED STATES, VltLABOLOS v. 
UNITED STATES v. VOWEIX, 6 Cr. 

Duties; what constitutes an im- 
portation, a 



UNITED STATES v. WAIKER, 23 H. 

Statutes; repeal by implication, a 
Collectors; compensation under 
act March, 1841, (5 St. 432.) 6 



a 12 Wli. 81, B.ink v. Diindi-idge. 
b 12 Wh.505, U. S. v. Niclioll. 
b 1 P. 333, Dox V. P()si;r-Gen. 
&15P. 20S, U. S. ». Bovd. 
<; 8 H. 106, U. S. v. Buolianan. 
b 18 Wall. 6&3, Jones v. V. S. 
6 95 U. S. 318, Hart v. U. S. 
See ViUaboloB v. U. S. 

sa». 

a 9 Cr. 119, Arnold v. U. S. 
a 13 P. 494, Meredith v. U. S. 
a 9 H. 377, Harrison v. Vosc. 
a 8 Wall. 120, Waring u. Mayor. 

311. 

a 3 Wall. 633, The Reform. 
b 5 Wall. 651, U. S. v Macdonald. 
b 23 Wall. 400, Donovan v. U. S. 
b 101 U. S. 165, U. S. V. Lavvson. 



UNITED STATES, WAtKEK v. See W.ilker v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES, WALTON v. See Walton v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES, WARD v. See Ward u. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. WEED, 5 Wall. 62. 

Admiralty ; seizure of vessel for 
Violation of law. a 

Prize court ; maritime torts. & 

The civil war; permits to pur- 
chase cotton, c 

"Maritime prize;" act July 2, 
1864, (13 St. 377.) d 



a 6 Wall. 93, The Watchful. 
6 7 Wall. 161, The Siren, 
c 9 Wall. 778, Butler !). Maples. 
d 10 Wall. 582, The Cotton Plant. 



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UNITED STATES V. WEST, 33 H. 315. 

California; Mexican titles; alter- | a 2 Bl. 406, U. S. v. Galbraitli. 
atiou of grant, a \ 

UNITED STATES, WESTKAY v. See "Westray v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. WHITE, 83 H. 849. 

California; Mexican titles; evi- I a 1 Bl. 502, "White u. U. S. 
dence; opposing claimants, a I 

UNITED STATES, WHITESIDE v. See Whltestde v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES v. WIGGINS, 14 P. 345 



Florida land titles, a 
What claims protected by the 
treaty. 6 
Complete titles, c 
Grants on conditions, d 
Tncoraplete titles, e 
Prima-facie evidence, f 



a 15 P. 135, U. S. V. Rodman. 

a 15 P. 229, U. S. v. Dele?pine. 

a 15 P. ,S2S, U. S. V. Delespine. 

a 16 P. 145, U. S. V. Bievvard. 

ffl 16 P. 198, U. S. V. Hanson. 

a 1 H. 24, U. S. V. Aoosta. 

b 2 H. 372, Cliontean v. Eckart. 

a 5 H. 26, U. S. v, Lavvton. 

c 9H.443, Doet). Eslava. 

d 13 H. 252. Glenn v. U. S. 

e 8 Wall. 652, Mao-iiire v. Tyler. 

e 17 Wall. 274, Tvler v. Magwire. 

/ 97 U. S. 268, Lilienthall's To- 
bacco, 

c 98 U. S.,204, Snyder v. Sickles. 
c 101 U. S. 706, D'AuterivcK.U.S. 

UNITED STATES v. WILET, 11 Wall. 513. 

Limitations; suspension during I a 11 Wall. 504, Stewart v. Kalni. 
the civil war. a | a 92 U. S. 115, Harrison v. Myer. 

UNITED STATES v. WXLKINS, 6 Wh. 135. 



Public oIGcers ; suits against ; 
credits and set-offs, a 

Contracts; condition providing 
for a valuation. 6 



a 7 P. 23, U. S. V. Kipley. 
a 7 P. 42, U. S. V. PiUebrown. 
ffl 10 P. 129, U. S. V. Hawkins, 
ffl 15 P. 368, Gratiot v. U. S. 
a 4 H. 110, Gratiot v. U. S. 
a 8 H. 101, U. S. V. Buchanan, 
ffl 9 Wall. 765, Watkins v. U. S. 
6 20 Wall. 29, HnmastonuTel.Co 

UNITED STATES v. WILMAMSON, 23 Wall. 411. 

Army; pay of officers while I ffl 94 U. S. 221, U. S. «. Phisterer. 
awaiting orders, ffl I 

UNITED STATES v. WIXSON, 7 P. 154 



Certificates of division ; upon 
what points granted, a 
Pardon, h 

UNITED STATES V. WILTBEKGEB; 

Penal laws; construction, ffl 
Certificates of division in criminal 

cases, b 
Constitution ; treason ; "aid and 

comfort." c 



ffl 10 P. 288, Davis v. Braden. 

6 18 H. 308, ex parte Wells. 

a 7 Wall. 582, U. S. «.Eosenbnrgh 

5 Wh. 56. 

a 2 P. 362. Am. Fur Co. v. U. S. 
a 14 P. 473, U. S. v. Morris. 
b 9 II. 571. Forsyth v. U. S. 
a 6 Wall. 390. U. S. v. Hartwell. 
a 11 Wall. 620, Cherokee Tobacco. 
a 21 Wall. 491. Texas v. While 
ffl 92 U. S. 219, U. S.v. Keesi-. 
o92 U. S. 021, Lewis !i. U. S. 
c 97 U. S. 62. Young v. U. S. 



328 MANUAL OP SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. 

tnSflTED STATES, WINSTON v. See Winston d. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, WITHENBURT t. See Witlienbury v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. WOOD, 14 P. 430. 

Forgery, a | o 16 P. 357, Wood v. U. S. 

UNITED STATES, WOOD v. See Wood v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES T. WORKMAN, 1 WaU. 745. 

California; Mexican titles; Mis- | a 3 Wall, 491, Beard v. Federy. 
sioii lands, a \ 

UNITED STATES v. TATES, 6 H. 608. 

Jurisdiction of person ; appear- a 20 H. 206, Carroll v. Dorsey. 
ance ; waiver of citation, a a 20 Wall. 7, Habich v. Folger. 

a 20 Wall. 12, Creighton v. Kerr. 
UNITED STATES, TEATON v. See Yeaton v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES, TONTZ v. See Yontz v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES v. YOKBA, 1 Wall. 483. 

California ; Mexican titles ; when I a 6 Wall. 590, Stearns v. U. S. 
conquest became complete, a \ alO Wall. 238, Hornsby v. TJ. S. 

UNITED STATES V. YOUNG, 94 U. S. 358. 

Court of Claims ; new trials, a | o 95 U. S. 643, Young v. U. S. 
UNITED STATES, YOUNG v. See See Young v. V. S. 
UNITED STATES v. YULEE. See U. S. v. Yates. 

UNITED STATES INS. CO., MOREAN v. See Morean v. V. S. Ins. Co. 
UNIYERSAX INS. CO., McLANAHAN v. See MoLanahan v. Universal Ins. Co. 
UNIVERSAX INS. CO., SMITH v. See Smith v. Universal Ins. Co. 
UNIVERSITY V. PINCH, 18 WaU. 106. 



Jurisdiction ; judgment against 
parties voluntarily absenting them- 
selves in the Confederacy, a 
UPSHAW, BUCHANNON v. See Buoliannon v. Upshaw. 
UPTON, PUHMAN V. See Pullman v: Upton; 
UPTON, SANGER v. See Sanger v. Upton. 
UPTON V. TBEBILCOCK, 91 U. S. 45. 



a 99 U. S. 489, Montgomery v. 
Samory. 



Corporations ; liability of stock- 
holder on subscription, a 



a 91 U. S. 64, Sanger v. Upton. 

a 91 U. S. 65, Webster v. Upton. 

a 95 U. S. 667, Chubb v. Upton. 

a 96 U. S. 330, Pullman v. Upton. 

a 102 U. S. 316, Hawley v. Upton. 
UPTON, WEBSTER v. See Webster u. Upton. 
UBE V. KAUEFMAN, 19 H. 56. 



Admiralty ; collisions on navi- 
gable rivers, a 

Collision with vessel at anchor. 6 
USHER, BUTTERFIEID v. See Butterfleld v. Usher. 
UTLEY V. DONAXDSON, 94 U. S. 39. 



a 20 I-l. 297. Jackson v. Magnolia. 
b 97 U. S. 315, Virginia Ehrmau. 



a 101 U. S. 50, Nat. Bank ». Hill. 
6 101 U. S. 396, Whitney BWyman 



Contracts ; mistake, a 

Can only be changed by mutual 
assent. 6 
VACA, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Vaca. 
VALIANDIGHAM, EX PARTE, 1 Wall. 351. 

Supreme Court; appellate juris- I a 94U. S. 259, U. S. v. Youns 
diction, a \ 



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VAilEJO, tr. S. V. See U. S. v. Vallejo. 

VAUETTE, CANAIi CO. v. See White Water Valley Oanal Co 



. Vallette. 



VAILET CO., HOMESTEAD CO 
VAN AXI.EN V. ASSESSORS, 3 Wall 

National banks ; taxation by the 
States, a 

National securities. 6 

Corporations ; shares ; nature 
of. c 



See Homestead Co. v. Valley Co. 
573. 

a 4 Wall. 255, People v. Com'rs. 

a 4 Wall. 4G2, Bradley v. People. 

a 6 Wall. 630, Prov. Inst. v. Mass. 

6 7 Wall. 698, Austin v. Alclcrnien 

a a Wall . 474. Lionberger v Konse 



a 9 Wall. 590, Thompw)n v. R. R 
c 18 Wall. 230, Del. R.R. Tax Case 
a 94 U. S. 418, People v. Com'rs. 
c 95 U. S. 087, Farrington uTenn. 

V. See Erskine v. Van Arsdale. 

See Warren v. Van Brunt. 



VAN ABSDAXE, EKSKINE 
VAN BBUNT, ■WARREN v. 
VAN BUREN v. DIGGES, 11 H. 461 

Contracts; failure of cousitlera- 
tion; equitable (lefen.ses ; mitiga- 
tion of damages, a ' 
VAN BUSKIRK, GREEN v. See Green v. Van Busklrk 
VANCE V. CAMPBELl, 1 Bl. 430. 

U. S. courts; rules of evidence 
prescribed by the laws of a State ; 
rules of decision, a 

Patent law ; infi-ingement. 6 

Combinations, c 



a 14 H. 442, Winder v. Caldwell. 



1 Wall. 68, Rj'an v. Bindley. 
15 Wall. 194, Gould v. Rees. 
21 Wall. 25, Gill v. Wells. 
.23 Wall. 367, Reedy v. Scott. 
94 U. S. 202, Dunbar v. Myer.s. 
94 U. S. 297, Fuller v. Yentzor. 
96 U. S. 554, Schnmaclier ». 
Cornell, 
a 102 U. S. 165, Potter u Nat. Bank 



VANCE, DUPONT v. See Dupont v. Vance. 
VANDEWATEB v. MrLlS, 19 H. 90. 

Shipping; carriers ; lien on ves- 1 a 24 H. 392, Buckley ». Nanrakeag. 
sel; affreightment, a \a 9 Wall. 452, Maggie Hammond. 

VAN.DUSEN, COLLAR CO. v. See Collar Co. «. Van Dusen. 
VAN HOFFMAN v. QIJINCY, 4 Wall. 535, 



County and municipal bonds in 
aid of railroads; act autliorizing 
levying of tax in payment; power 
of Legislature to repeal ; Constitu- 
tion ; impairing contract, a 

Mandamus by Circuit Court to 
compel levy ol tax to pay judg- 
ment. 6 



a o Wall. 708, Galena v. Amy. 
a Wall. 194, Riggs v. Johnson. 
6 6 Wall. 482, Walkley v. Musca- 
tine. 
b 7 Wall. 012, Morgan «. Town, 
ft 8 Wall. 584, Butz v. Muscatine. 
b 9 Wall. 417, Superv's v. Durant. 
a 13 Vv^all. 6.')3, White v. Hart, 
a 13 Wall. 656, Osborn v Nicholson 
a 1") Wall. 624, Gunn v. Barry. 
a 16 Wall. 232. Davis v. Gray, 
a 16 Wall. 318, Walker uWliitehead 
6 19 Wall. 120, Reesv. Watertown. 
b 19 Wall. 657, Heine v. Com'rs. 
a 21 Wall. 498, Erie R. R. v. Penii. 
o95 U. S. 683. Farrington u.Tenn. 
a 96 U. S. 74, Tenn. v. Sneed. 
a 96 U. S. 600, Edwards v Kearzey 
6 98 U. S. 398, U. S. v. Now Orl. 
a 99 U. S. 628. Com'rs v. Sellew. 
alOOU.S. 532, MtPleasu. Beckwith 



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VAN HOSTRUP V. MADISON, 1 Wall. 291. 

County and mnnicipal bonds in 
aid of railroads ; non-performance 
of conditions in the act; estoppel; 
bona-fide holders; recitals, a 

VAN NESS V. BUEI,, 4 Wh. 75. 

Collectors ; when right to penal- 
ties and forfeiture accrues, a. 

VAN NESS V. HYATT, 13 P. 896. 

Execution ; eqnitable interests, a 
District of Columbia; law gov- 
erning. 6 



a 1 Wall. 390, Meyer v. Muscatine 
a 9 Wall. 414, Mayer v. Lord. 
a 13 Wall. 305, Pendleton v. Amy. 
a 92 U. S. 492, C'oloma v. Eaves. 



a 10 Wh. 240, U. S. v. Morris. 

alOH. 132, HoytB. U. S. 

a 7 Wall. 461, Conflscation Cases. 

a 16 H. 599, Calvert v. Bradley. 
6 91 tr. S. 359, Morsell v. Baiik. 



VAN NESS V. PACARD, 8 P. 141. 

Jury; judges of the evidence, a | a 95 U. S. 239, Ins. Co. v. Rodel. 

VAN NESS V. VAN NESS, 6 H. 68. 

Issues from chancery ; review I a. 7 li. 227, McLauglilin v. Bank, 
of. a I a 4 Wall. 170, Brown v. Wiley. 

VANNEVAR t. BRYANT, 81 Wall. 43. 



Eemovals; act of 1867. 
"Final hearing." 6 



a 94 U. S. 651, Lowe v. Williams. 
a 99 U. S. 147, B. R. v. MoKiiilev 
6 102 U. S. 180, Jifkinsu.Sweatzer 



VAN NORBEN v. MORTON, 99 r. S. 378. 

U. S. courts; enforcement of ] a 101 U. S. 157, Cummings y. Bank 

State laws, a \ 

VAN ORDEN, CAPKON v. See Capron v. Van Orden. 
VAN RENSEtEAR v. WATTS, 7 H. 784. 

Supreme Court ; docketing case ; I a 94 U. S. 254, R. E. v. Nat. Banlj 
clerk's costs, a I a 102 U. S.- 576, Edwards v. U. S. 

VAN RENSSEIEAR v. KEARNEY, 11 H. 388. 



Estoppels by deed, a 
U. S. courts; when bound by de- 
cisions of the State courts. 6 



a 18 H. 83, Bush v. Cooper. 
a 21 H. 240, French v. Spenser. 
a 1 Bl. 355, Crews v. Burcham. 
a 2 Bl. 603, liCfflnj^well u. Warren. 
a 22 Wall. 573, Tuclver v. Ferguson 

VAN RIENSDYK, CLARK v. See Clark v. Van Eienadyk. 

VAN RISWICK, WALLACE v. See Wallach v. Tan Eiswiok. 

VAN ROEDER, CHANDLER v. See Chandler v. Boeder. 

VAN SYCKLE, RAY v. See Eay 1). Tan Syckle. 

VAN WORMER, HAILBS v. See Hailes v. Tan Worraer. 

VAN ZANDT, JONES v. See Jones v. Tan Zandt. 

VANZANT, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Tan Zant. 

VASQUEZ, CHASE v. See Chase v. Tasquez. 

VASSE, COMBYGS v. See Oomeygs v. Tasse. 

VASSE V. SMITH, 6 Cr. 833. 

Bills of exceptions, a I a 11 H. 158, U. S. v. Morgan. 

Instructions. 6 | 6 20 Wall. 162, Ins. Co. «. Baring. 

VATTIER, HINDE v. See Hinde v. Tattler. 



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VATTIEK V. HrNBE, 7 P. 863. 

Bona-fide purchaser; wliat plea 
of. a 

Parties ; formal, b 
VATTIEK, PIATT v. See Piatt v. Vattier, 
VAUGHAN V. NOKTHUP, 15 P. 1. 

Executors; settlement of ac- 
counts; liabilitj- of successors, a 

Where to be sneO. 6 

U. S.; debts due from U. S. liavo 
no locality, c 
VAUGHAN, SailTH v. See Smitli d. Tiiughan. 
VEAZIE, I.OED V. See Lord v. Teazie. 
VEAZIE V. MOOR, 14 H. 568. 

Tiio Mississippi ; free naviga- 
tion, a 

Admiralty jurisdiction ; naviga- 
bility. 6 

States no right to obstruct the 
navigation of tlie rivers, c 

Constitution ; commerce, d 

VEAZIE V. WABIIEIGH, 11 P. 55. 

Supreme Conrt ; appeals ; dis- 
continuance, a 

VEAZIE V. WELLIAMS, 8 H. 134. 

Fraudulent sales ; i-estoration ; 
depreciation, a 

VEAZEE BAIfK v. FENTSO, 8 Wall. 

Constitution ; power of govern- 
ment to tax pieans employed bj"' 
the States ; tax on State banks, a 

Direct taxes ; income tax. 6 



a 10 P. 212, Boon v. Cliiles. 
6 17 H. 137, Shields v. Barrow. 



a .5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 
h 14 H. 372, Peale u. Plilpps. 
c IS H. 100, Macl<ey v. Coxe. 



a 20 H. 87, Withers v. Buckley. 
6 20 H. 297, Jackson v. Magnolia, 
c 15 Wall. 520, Holvoke v Lvman 
dl02 U. S. 544, Lord v. Steain. Co. 



a 18 H. 241, U. S. v. Minn. R. R. Co. 



VESGEAlfCE, LA. See U. S. 

VE^^eE, the, a VTau. 273. 

The civil war ; effect of occupa- 
tion by the U. S. forces of New 
Orleans, on rights of property and 
intercourse, a 

Persons residing within Confed- 
erate States, enemies. 6 

President's proclamation of 2d 
April. 1863. c 

Eight to sue suspended, d 

VENTRESS V. SanTH, 10 P. 161. 

Powers coupled with a trust, a 
Error ; Intendments in favor of 
judgment, b 

VENUS, THE, 8 Cr. 353. 

Prize ; neutral goods ; domicil of 
owner, a 
Conflscsition. 6 



I a 92 U. S. 104, Neblett v. MaoFar- 
) land. 

536. 

a 11 Wall. 127, Collector v. Day. 
a 12 Wall. 543, Legal Tender Cases 
h 23 Wall. 348, Scholey v. Eew. 
a 101 U. S. 5, JSTat. Bank v. U. S. 
6102U. S. 599, Springer v. U. S. 
La "Vengeance. 



a 2 Wall. 479, The Baigorry. 
a 3 Wall. 632, The Reform, 
ft 5 Wall. 60, The Pcterhott". 
c 6 Wall. 531, Ouachita Cotton. 
a 9 Wall. 131, The Grapeshot. 
a 9 Wall. 541, U. S. v. Padelford. 
d\^ Wall. 253, Levy v. Stewart. 
a 12 Wall. 134, Mail Co. u Flanders. 
a 16 Wall. 495, Pl.an.Bk.c.Un.Bk. 
a 21 Wall. 94, Hamilton v. Dillon. 
aOUU. S. 496, Clark i>. U. S. 

a 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 
b 7 II. 714, Townsend v. Jemison. 



a 8 Cr. 371, The Fi-ances. 
a n H. 60, U. S. u. Gnillem, 
a 5 Wall. 408, The Wm. BugalfV. 
& 11 Wall. 306, Miller v. U. S. 



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VERDEX V. COLEMAN, 1 Bl. 478. 

Supieine Court ; writ of error | a 91 U. 8. 114, Long v. Converse, 
to, State court ; Federal question, a \ 

VEKMTLTE T. EXPRESS COMPANY, Zl WaH. 138. 



a 91 U. S. 396, Cooke v. U. S. 
See White v. Termont R. R. 



U. S. notes; commercial paper, a 

VERMONT BAZLROAS, WHITE v. 
VEBT V. liEVY, 13 H. 361. 

Equity ; bill ; must be framed 
for the relief granted, a 

Deeds ; presumptions in favor of 
validity. 6 
VICK, IiANE V. See Lane v. Tick. 

VICKSBUBG, MARSHALL v. See Marsliall v. Vioksbnrg, 
VICTORY, THE, 6 WaU. 388. 

Decision ; wliat constitutes, a 

VIDAL V. GIRARD, 8 H. 187. 

Corporations; may bo trustees, a 
Charitable devises ; 43 Eliz. 6 



a 19 H. 12G, Baker e. Naclitrieb. 
a 23 H. 472, Very v. Watkins. 
6 92 U. S. 425, Clements u. Mache- 
boiif. 



I a 8 Wall . 138, Woodruff j>. Parham 



VELLABOLOS V. V. S., 6 H. 81. 

Supreme Court ; docketiufj; and 
return of appeals and writs of 
error, a 

Service of citation. 6 



a G H. 318, Plant. Bank v. Sharp. 
ft 9 H. 76, Wheeler ». Smitli. 
6 17 H. 382, Fontain v. Eavenel. 
ft 24 H. 501, Perin v. Cary. 
a 7 Wall. 14, Gii-ard v. Phila. 
6 95 U. S. 309, Onld»Wash.Hosp. 
ft 101 U. S. 366, Kain ». Gibboiiy. 



VINCENNES UNIVERSITY, V. 



a 19 H. 182, The Virpnia v. West. 
a 3 Wall. 50, Ciistro v. U. S. 
a 6 Wall. 358, Mussina v Cavazos. 
a 6 Wall. 451, Kail v. Wetmore. 
a 6 Wall. 496, Washington uDen- 

nison. 
a 7 Wall. 309, Edmonson v. 

Bloomsliire. 
a 20 Wall. 624, Mnrdocku Memphis 
6 94 U. S. 112, Dayton v. Lash. ' 

INDIANA, 14 H. 873. 



Power of Territoi-iiil Legislature 
to incorporate the University, a 

Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; charters of corporations. 6 

Grants to cliaritable uses, c 

VIOLETT V. PATTON, S Cr. 150. 

Contracts ; consideration, u, 

Negotiable paper; due diligence; 
notice. 6. 

Acconjmodation paper 
in blank, c 

Assumpsit, d 



a 3 Wall. 062, EogersrBurlingt'ii 
ft 13 Wall. 214, Penn. Coll. Cases, 
c 95 U. S. 313, Quid K Wash. Hosp. 



signing 



VTOLETT V. STETTINIUS. 
VIRGIN, THE, 8 P. 648. 

Bottomry bonds, a 
Hypothecation of vessel by mas- 
ter in foreign port. 6 



a 15 P. 311, U. S. w. Linn. 
6 3 H. 529, Camden v. Doremus. 
c 20 H. 356, Goodman v. Simonds. 
a 22 I-I. 43, Emerson v. Slater, 
c 22 H. 108. Bank of Pitts, v. Neal 
c 9 Wall. 552, Bank v. Eldred. 
d 22 Wall. 507, Piatt «. U.S. 
c 92 U. S. 338, Angle v. Ins. Co. 

See Violett i;. Patton, 



o 18 H. 05, Carrington v. Pratt, 
ft 19 H. 25, Tliomas v. Osborn. 
a 9 Wall. 140, The Grapeshot. 
ft 10 Wall. 202, The Lulu. 
a 96 U. S. 655, Ins. Co. K.Gosszler 



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VIRGINIA, CHESAPEAKE RAILROAD v. See Chesapeake B. E. ■o, Virginia, 

VIRGINIA, COHENS v. See Cohens v. Virginia. 

VIRGINIA, GRAYSON v. See Grayson v. Virginia. 

VIRGINIA, HOM-INGSWORTH -v. See Hollingsworth v. Virginia. 

VIRGINIA, PHAIEN v. See Phalen v. Virginia. 

VIRGINIA, PAUIi V. See Paul v. Virginia. 

VIRGINIA, THE, v. "WEST, 19 H. 182. 



Supreme Court ; return of writs 
of error and appeals, and filing rec- 
ord, a 



a 3 Wall. 50, Ca.5ti'o v. U. S. 
a 3 Wall. 763, U. S. v. Gomez. 
a 7 Wall. 310, Edmonson v. 

Bloom.«liire. 
a 09 U. S. 506, Grlgsby v. Purcell, 

VIRGINIA EHKMAN, THE, 97 V. S. 309. 

Collision; liability of vessels to I a 97 U. S. 329, The City of Hartford 
third parties, a \ 



VOORHEES V. BANK OF THE V. S. 

Jurisdiction, a 



10 p. 473. 

a 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass, 

a 16 P. 81, Cocke v. Halsey. 

a 2 H. 53, Shriver v. Linn. 

a 2 H. 335, Griojnon v. Astor. 

a 6 H. 36, Bank IT. S. v. Moss. 

a 8 H. 409, West v. Smith. 

a 12 H. 378, Sargeant v. State Bk. 

a 14 H. 587, Hutt'u. Hutchhison. 

a 24 H. 203, Kations v. Johnson. 

a 1 Wall. 634, Gray «; Brignardello 

a 2 Wall. 342, Harvey v. Tyler. 

a 5 Wall. 304, Christmas u Russell 

a 10 Wall. 316, Cooper v Reynolds 

a 16 Wall. 366, McNitt v. Turner. 

a 18 Wall. 467, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 

a 91 U. S. 659, Lamp v. Brass Co. 

a 93 U. S. 165, Tilton v. Cofield. 

al02U. S. 464, Hall v. Law. 
VOOBHEES V. BONESTEEIi, 16 WaU. 16. 

Married women ; separate prop- I a 101 U. 
nty. a I 

VOOBHIES, McKIM v. See McKim v. Voorhles, 
VOSE, HARRISON v. See Harrison v. Vose. 
VOSE, TDI.ee v. See Tnlee v. Vose. 
VOWEtl., IT. S. v. See U. S. v. Vowell. 
WADDLE, WATTS v. See Watts v. Waddle. 
WADE V. I.EROT, 80 H. 34. 

Common carriers ; liability for | a 2 Bl. 592, Nebraska v. Campbell, 
injuries ; damages, a I 

WADLEIGH, VBAZIE v. See Veazie v. Wadleigh. 
WAGER V. HAIX, 16 WaU. 487. 

Bankruptcy; fraudulent prefer- I a 21 Wall. 427, Michaels v. Post, 
ences. a I a 95 U. S. 346, Nat. Bank J). Cook. 

WAGGENER, BANK OF U. S. v. See Banlc ot U. S. v. Waggener. 
WAGNON, W^OOD V, See Wood v, Wagnon, 



399, Aldridge v. Muir- 
head. 



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WAKEFIEID, BBEWSTEB v. See Brewster v. Wakefleld. 
■WALBBtTN V. BABBITT, 16 Wall. 677. 



Verdict ; court can direct, a 

TFALDEN v. BODLEY, 14 P. 156. 

Amendments, a 
Equity; genei'al relief, b 
Jndgments; when they can be 
pleaded in bar. c 

WALDEN V. CRAIG, 9 Wh. 676. 

Writ of error coram nobis; 
amendments, a 



a 93 U. S. 147, Hendrick v Lindsay 

a 12 H. 422, Snead v. M'CoiiU. 
6 17 H. 455, Stevens v. Gladding, 
c 4 Wall. 237, Hughes v. U. S. 
c 7 Wall. 109, Durante. Essex Co. 

a 7 P. 144. Pickett v. Legerwood. 
a 14 P. 151. Walden v. Craig. 
n en. 36, Bank U. S. v. Moss. 
o 9 H. 36, Walden v. Bodley. 
a 16 H. 576, Slicer v. Bank Pittsb'g 



a 4 Wh. 220, Barr o, Gratz. 

6 99 U. S. 168, Harris ». :Mc(Joveru. 



WARDEN T. GRATZ, 1 Wh. 295. 

Adverse possession, a 
Statute of limitations ; subse- 
quent disabilities. 6 

■rt'AI-KER V. BAI*K OE WASHINGTON, 3 H. 68. 

Usury, a | a 97 U. S. 24, Hotel Co. v. Wade, 

WAIKEB V. DBEVILLE, 18 Wall. 440. 

Supreme Court ; appeal proper in I a 17 Wall. 18, Marin v. Lally. 
equity case, a I 

WAXEER, HAGAN v. See Hagan v. Walker. 

WAtKER, liAWXER v. See Lawler v. Walker. 

WALKER, McIVBR v. See Mclver v. Walker. 

WAIKER, PUBLIC SCHOOLS v. See Public Schools v. Walker. 

WALKER, REESIDE -r. See Eeeside r. Walker. 

WALKER -v. BOBBINS, 14 H. 484. 



Equity ; when it will enjoin judg- 
ments at law. a 
Laches. 6 



a 17 H. 445, Hendr'kson o.Hinkley 
a 94 U. S. 658, Crim v. Handley. 
b 95 U. S. 161, Brown v. Buena 
Vista. 

WALKER V. SAUVENET, 98 V. S. 90. 

Supreme Court; objections must I a 97 U. S. 583, Newcorab v. Wood, 
first be taken in the court below, a \ 

WALKER V. STATE HARBOR COMMISSIONERS, 17 Wall. 648. 

IT. S. courts ; obligatory force of I o 100 U. S. 52, Fairfield v. Gallatin 
State decisions, a \ 

WALKER V, TAYLOR, 5 H. 64. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to I a o H. 374, Scott t>. Jones. 
State court ; Federal question, a | 

WALKER V. TRANSPORTATION CO., 3 Wall. 150. 



Common carriers ; negligence, a | 

WALKER V. TURNER, 9 Wh. 640. 

Supreme Court ; venire do novo, | 
with leave to amend, a | 

WALKER v. U. S. 4 WaU. 164. 

Supreme Court ; amount in con- 
troversy, a 



a 17 Wall. 375, E. R. Co. v. Lock- 
wood. 

a 4 IT. 143, Gai'land v. Davis. 



a 91 U. S. 366, Tlie D. R. Martin. 
a 93 U. S. 567, Tel. Co. v. Rogers, 
a 95 U. S. 695, Tlionipson v. Butler 



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WAI-KEB, V. S. V. See U. S. v. "Wallcer. 
WAIKEK V. WHITEHEAD, 16 Wall. 314. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- la 96 U. S. 73, Tenn. v. Sneed. 
tracts ; iudgrnents. a | a 101 U. S. 438, S. Car. v. Gaillard. 

WAIiKLET V. MUSCATINE, 6 Wall. 481. 

U. S. courts; mandamus to com- I a 19 Wall. 657, Heine v. Com'rs. 
pel levy of a tax to pay judgment 
on municipal bonds, a \ 

WAIil., AKDKEWS V. See Andrews v. Wall. 
WAIiL, WILSON V. See Wilsoii v. Wall. 
WALLACE V. ANDERSON, 5 Wh. 898. 

Quo warranto ; can only issue at I a 3 Wall. 238, Territory v. Lock- 



instance of government, a 

WALLACE, KNOX CO. v. See Knox Go. v. Wallace. 

WALLACE V. McCONNELL, 13 P. 136 

Negotiable paper; demand at 
banlv. o 
Attachment. 6 

WALLACH V. KAN KISWICK, 93 U. S. 307 



wood. 



a 9 H. 276. Brabston v. Gribson. 
6 20 H. 130,' Mattingly v. Boyd. 
a 100 U. S. 714, Cox v. Nat. Bank. 



Confiscation, a 

WALLEN V. WILLXAMS, 7 Cr. 378. 

Supersedeas, a 



\a 94 U. S. 712, Pike v. Wassell. 
1 a 102 U . S. 133, French v. Wade. 

a 18 H. 146, Adams v. Law. 

a 10 Wall. 292, Slaughter - House 
Cases. 

a 12 Wall. 100, French v. Shoe- 
maker. 



WALLEK V. BEST, 3 H. 111. 

Liens of judgments. «. 
WALLER, BIGLEK v. See Bigler v. Waller. 
WALLINGFOKD v. ALLEN, 10 P. 583. 

District of Columbia ; force of I a 5 H. 78, Miller v. Herbert, 
decisions of Maryland courts, a | 

WALSH V. ROGERS, 13 H. 383. 

Admiialty jurisdiction, a 
Supreme Court will not reverse in 
collision suit unless in clear case. 6 

WALTON V. COTTON, 19 H. 357. 

Pensions, a 
WALTON, COtJLSON v. See Conlson v. Walton. 
WALTON V. V. S., 9 Wi. 651. 

Bills of exceptions, a 
Public officers ; settlement of ac- 
counts, b 



I a 7 H. 618, Peck v. Jenness. 



a 20 H. 297. Jackson v. Magnolia. 
6 7 Wall. 204, The Grace Girdler. 
b 93 U. S. 339, The Juniata. 

a 98 U. S. 357, U. S. v. Hail. 



WANATA, THE, 95 U. S. 611. 

Admiralty ; stipulations, a 



a 4 H. 12, Brown v. Claik. 
a 6 n. 274, Sheppard v. Wilson. 
a 16 H. 21, Turner v. Yale's. 
6 9 Wall. 762, Watkins v. U. S. 
a 91 U. S. 2.51, MuUer v. Eliler.s. 
a 102 U. S. 120, R. E. Co. d. Hock. 
a 102 U. S. 357, HiiiinicuLt v. Pey- 
ton. 



a99U. S. 30, U.S. U.Ames. 



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WANZEB, TKTJIiY v. See Truly i;. Wanzer. 
WANZEK T. TKTILY, 17 H. 684. 

Attachments ; defenses, a I a 18 H. 219, "McLanghlin v. Swann. 

Sales; piircliase-nioney. 6 | & 19 H. 350, McCuUoiigh v. Boots. 

WAPLES, CONRAD v. See Oonrad v. Waples. 
WARD V. CHAMSEBLAIN, 8 Bl. 438. 



U. S. courts; process; lien of 
jndgments. a 

Equity ; cloud on title, b 
TTAKD, CHAMBEBIiAIN v. See Chamberlain v. Ward. 
WARD T. MABYLANIJ, 18 Wall. 430. 



a 7 Wall. 217, Brown v. Pierce. 
6 101 U. S. 37i5, Phelps v. Harris. 



Constitution ; privileges and im- 
mnnities. a 

Discrimination. 6 

Kegiilation of commerce ; trans- 
portation, c 



WARD V. SMITH, 7 WaU. 451. 

Payments in Confederate mon- 
ey, a 

"Payments to agents in enemy's 
country. 6 

WARD V. V. S., 14 Wall. S99. 

Instructions, a 
WARDELIi, MUMFOBD T. See Mumford v. Wardell. 
WARDEN, GIBSON v. See Gibson u. Warden. 
WARE, BRUSH v.. See Brush v. Ware. 
WARE V. HYLTON, 3 DaU. 199. 



a 16 "Wall. 76, Slanghter-House 

6 16 Wall. 482, Osborne'??. Mobile, 
c 95 U. S. 470, E. E. Co. v. Husen 
a 96 U. S. 183, William.s v. Bruffy 
c 100 U. S. 439, Guy v. Baltimore. 
6 100 U. S. 678, Mach. Co. v. Gage. 



a 22 Wall. 208, Pretz v. Stover. 
b 95 U. S. 432, Ins. Co. v. Davis. 
a 99 U. S. 571, McBurney b Carson 



a 93 U. S..299, Indianapolis cHorst 



War; confiscation of debts; right 
of creditor to sue suspended, a 

Treaty-making power. 6 
WARE, PEISCH V. See Peisch v. Ware. 
WARING T. CLARKE, 6 H. 451. 

Admiralty jurisdiction; maritime 
contracts, a 

Ebb and flow of tide, b 

Collision; when each party bears 
his own loss, c 

Torts on navigable water within 
the body of a county, d 

Inevitable accident, e 

Collisions; lights. / 



a 6 Wall. 537. Hanger v. Abbott. 
6 100 U. S. 489, Hauensteiu v Lyn- 
ham. 



WARING V. MAYOR, 8 WaU. 119. 

Eevenue; importations; permits 
for landing, a 
Constitution ; tax on imports. 6 



a en. 378, liTew Jersey St. Nav. 

Co. V. Mcr. Bank. 
& 12 H. 450, Gen. Chief u. Pitzlmgh 
c 14 H. 534, Steinback v. Eae. 
d 20 H. 297, Jackson v. Magnolia. 
d 23 H. 215, Phil.W. & B. K.E. Co. 

«. Phil.&H.S.T.Co. 
d 1 B1.580, Propeller Commerce. 
6 4 Wall. 563, The Hine & Trevor 
e 7 Wall. 203, The Grace Girdler. 
a 7 Wall. 636, The Belfast. 
d 8 Wall. 26, The Eagle. 
6 11 Wall. 25, Ins. Co. v. Dunham 
a 18 Wall. 304, Atkins v. Di.'iinte- 

grating Co. 
/92U. S. 36, Cityof Wasliingtoii 

a 10 Wall. 449, Kimball v. Coll'r. 
b 15 Wall. 295, St. Tax E. Rec'pts 
ft 97 U. S. 573, Cook«. Plmim. 
6 100 U. 8. G77, Mach. Co. v. GaRi' 



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WABNEK V. NORTON, SO H. 448. 

5few trial; discretionary, a | a 95 U. S. 288, Cambuston v. U. S. 

WAKKEN, KEENE t. See Keene v. Warren. 

WAKBEN, I,EFFINGWEi:.]:i v. See Lefflngwell v. Warren. 

WABBEN V. VAN BBCNT, 19 "WaU. 646. 

Land Office; wlien jurisdiction I a 101 U. S. 519, Vance v. Burbank. 
exclusive ; pre-emption, a I 

WABBEN BBIDGE, CHARI.ES BIVEB BBIDGB v. See Charles Eiver 

Bridge v. Warren Bridge. 
WABBEN CO. V. MAKCT, 97 U. S. 96. 

Negotiable paper; lis pendens, a I a 99 U. S. 683, Orleans v. Piatt. 

1 a 100 U. S. 593, Cass Co. v. Gillett. 
WABBEN INS. CO., PETEBS t. See Peters v. Warren Ins. Co. 
WABTON, HUNTER v. See Hunter i). Warton. 
WASHBUBN, DAY v. See Day ii. Wasliburn. 
WASHINGTON, CI.AEK v. See Olark v. Washington. 
WASHINGTON, DANDBIDGE v. See Dandridge v. Washington. 
WASHINGTON T. DBNNISON, 6 WaU. 496. 

Supreme Court; writ of error; | a 94U. S. 112, Dayton v. Lash, 
citation, a I 

WASHINGTON V. PEATT, 8 Wi. 687. 

Tax sales, a | a 9 H. 256, Mason v. Fearson. 

WASHINGTON, SHANKLAND v. See Shankland v. Washington. 
WASHINGTON, SMITH v. See Smith r. Washington/ 
WASHINGTON, W^EIGHTMAN v. See Weightman v. Washington. 
WASHINGTON, A. & G. PACKET CO., BBABIEY v. See Bradley v. Wash- 
ington, A. & G-. Packet Co. 
WASHINGTON BBIDGE CO. v. STEWABT, 3 H. 413 



Judgments; setting aside after 
expiration of terra, a 
Supreme Court ; rehearing. 6 
Mandate, c 



6 H. 36, U. S. Bank v. Moss. 
6 18 H. 42, Peck v. Sanderson. 
6 20 H. .542, Whytc «. Gibbcs. 
h 12 Wall. 129, Noonanji. Bradley 
a 17 Wall. 288, Tyler v. Magwire. 
a 22 Wall. 246, French v. Hay. 
c 102 U. S. 255, Williams D. Bruffy 



WASHINGTON STEAM PACKET CO. v. SICKLES, 84 H. 333 



Assumpsit ; parol evidence, a 
Res judicata; estoppels; judg- 
ments. 6 



a 2 Wall. 42, Miles v. Caldwell. 
6 5 Wall. 590, Pack. Co. ». Sickles. 
6 7 Wall. 102, Aurora v. West. 
6 94 U. S. 355, Cromwell ». Sac Co. 
6 94 U. S. 608, Bussell ». Place. 
6 99 U. S. 263, Campbell uKankin 
WASHINGTON UNIVEBSITT v. BOUSE, 8 Wall. 439. 

Constitution ; obligation of con- I a 21 Wall. 498. Erie R. R. v. Penn. 
tracts; exemptions from taxation, a I 

WASHINGTON AND GREGORY, THE, 9 Wall. 519. 

Collision ; damage done to third a 92 U. S. 698, The Alabama. 



party ; form of decree against ships ; 
moiety rule, a 



o 93 U.S. 318, The Atlas. 

a 97 U. S. 317, Virginia Ehrman. 

a 97 U. S. 329, City of Hartford. 



WASSEI.I., PIKE V. See Pike v. Wassell. 
22 



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■WATEKSON, SOHN v. See Sohn v. 'Wateraon. 
WATEKTOWN", KEES v. See Eees v, Watertown. 
WATER WITCH, THE, 1 Bl. 494. 

Collifioii ; Supreme Court will J a 7 Wall. 204, The Grace Girdler. 
only i-everse in clear case, a | a 93 U. S. 339, The Juniata. 

WATER AJSB MTNING CO. v. BtlGBBT, 96 C. S. 165. 

Mineral lands ; pre-emption, a I a 102 U. S. 175, Mining Co. v. Con. 

I Milling Co. 

WATHEN, BOWMAN V. See Bowman «. Wathen. 



WATKINS, EX PARTE, 3 P. 803, 

Constitution; judicial power. 
Supremo Court; jurisdietnon. 
Hal)eas corpus, c 
Jurisdiction in criminal cases. 



WATKTNS, GREEX v, 
WATKENS V. HOiLMAN, 16 P. 85. 

Equity ; when it will act on real 
estate iu foreign country, a 
Evidence; copy of deed. 6 
Bona-fide purchassers. c 
Vendor arid vendee ; estoppel, d 



a a 12 P. 714, Rhode Island v. Mass. 
6 6 2H..335, Grignono. Astor. 

c .5 H. 188, ex parte Metzger. 
d d 9 H. .'572, Forsyth v. U. S. 

6 2 Wall. 342, Harvey v. Tyler. 

c IS Wall. 166, ex parte Lange. 

c 93 U. S. 23, ex parte Parks. 

c 100 U. S. 23, ea; ^arfe Reed. 

c 100 U. S. 375, ex parte Siebold. 
See G-reen v. Watkins. 



a 15 H. 240, Ind.R. R. Co. v. Mich. 
R. K. Co. 

6 24 H. 179, Gregg v, Foi'syth. 

c 5 Wall. 287, Croxall v. Sherei-d. 

d 9 Wall. 293, Burnett ». Caldwell 

d 9 W,all. 600, Merryman v Bonme 

a 10 Wall. 475, Corbett v. Nutt. 

a 95 U. S. 723, Pennoyer ». Neff. 
WATKINS, WILMSON v. See Willison v. Watkins. 
WATSON, BARNEY v. See Barney v. Watson. 
WATSON T. BONDURANT, 81 Wall. 183. 

Louisiana ; sales ; seizure, a ;| a 94 U. S. 10, Pilce v. Evans. 

WATSON V. JONES, 13 W^aU. 679. 



U.S. courts; cannot enjoin State 
court, a 

Conflict of jurlsdieHon. 6 
WATSON, I.EE T. See Iiee IB. Watson. 
WATSON V. MEBCEB, 8 P. IIO. 

■Constitution; obligatiom of con- 
tracts ; retrospedive Icms. a 
Ex post Jaeto laws. 6 



a 96 U. S. 341, Dial v. Reynolds. 
6 102 U. S. 262, Bank v. Calhoun. 



■a XI P. 540, Clrarles Rw. Bridge v. 

Warren Bridge, 
a 6 H. 331, Plant. Bank v. Sharp. 
a 10 H. 396, Railroad Co. ». Nesbit. 
6 17 H. 461, Carpenter v. Pcini. 
ffl 24 H. 296, Bisseli u. JeffiersouviUe 
a 7 Wall. 624, Beloit«. Morgau. 
a 8 Wall. «Qa, Drehman v. Stifle, 
ffl 16 Wall. 663, St. Joseph v Rogers 
a 23 WaU. 147, Randell v. Kreiger. 

WATSON T. Sl7THKKi:.ANB, B Wall. 7«. 



Equity; jurisdiction, a 



a 7 Wall. 430, Payne v. Hook. 
a 99 U. S. 378, Van Norden v Mov- 
tou. 



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■WATSON V. TARPtEY, 18 H. 380. 

U, S. eonrts ; obligatory iorce I a 18 Wall. 548, Boyce en. Tabb. 
of State decisions, a \ a 100 U.. S. 246, Oates e. Bank. 

■WATSON V. TATLOK, 81 Wall. 378. 

Bankruptcy; fraudulent prefer- I aVU U. S. 121, Sawyer ». Tmrpin. 
ences, a 1 

■WATTUES, MdTTEK v. See Mclver v. "Wattles, 

TFATTS V. MNBSKY, 7 Wli. 161. 

Ej(!ctment. a I a 94 U. S. 775, Hogan v. Kurtz. 

■WATTS, MASSIB v. See Massie v. "Watts. 

WATTS, MUT. ASS. SOCrETT v. See Mut. Ass. Society v. "Watts. 
■WATTS, VAN KENSEIKAR v. See "Van Eenselear v. Watts. 
"WATTS T. WADDtE, 6 P. 389. 

Equity, general relief, a I a 17 H. 4.55, Stevens c. Gladding. 

JExtraterritorial inrisdietion. 6 6 22 Wall. 253. French v. Haj'. 
Eeal property ; lex loci sitas. c j c 96 U. S. 635, Brine a. Ins. Co. 

WAT, PEIHAM V. See Prfliam v. ■Way. 
WAYMAN V. SOUTHARD, 10 W\l. 1. 



. U. S. courts ; process, a 
Power of Congi-ess to make laws 

to carry into execution judgmeitts 

of Federal courts. 6 

Certificates of division, c 
When the laws of the several 

States are rules of decision, d 
Legislatures; power to delegate 

authority, e 



a 10 Wh. 51, Bank v. Halstead. 
a 6 P. 654, Boyle v. Zaoharie. 
a 9 P. 355, Beers v. Haughton. 
a 13 P. 57, Ross v. Duval. 
a 14 P. 312, U. S. V. Knight. 
a 1 H. 304, Duncan v. Davst. 
a 2 H. 611, McCracken v Haywanl 
a 16 H. 363. Homei- v. Brown. 

5 24 H. 384, Kuox Com. Aspinwall, 
c 2B1.435, Ward v. Cliiunberlaiu. 
d 2B1.036, Wright b. Bales, 

6 6 Wall. 187, Eiggs u. Joliusou. 
d 6 Wall. 490, XT. S. v. Eekford. 
e 10 Wall. 50, People's R. R. Co. 

0. Mem. R. R. 
h 94 U. S. 350, ex parte Flippin. 

■WEAR, DANTORTH v, See Danfortli v. Wear. 
"WEATHERHEAB v. BASKERTIttE, 11 H. 356. 

Wills ; parol evidence, a j a 18 H. 390, Allen v. Allen. 

"WEA^VER, PEOPLE v. See People v. Weaver. 
WEBB, THE, 14 WaU. 60S. 

Admiralty ; liability of stipula- I a 95 U. S. 605, The Wanata. 
toit. a U 99 U.S. 36, U. S. ». Am«s. 

WEBB, lEITENSDOBPEB v. See Leitensdorfer v. Webb. 
WEBB, McMICKBN v. See McMioken v. Webb. 
WEBB, NICHOLS v. See NiehoUs D. Webb. 
WEBB V. SHARP, 13 WaU. IS. 

T indlord's lien a I a 15 Wall. 336, Fowler u. Rapley. 

Landloia s l.en. a | „ 94 U. S. 383, Beall v. White. 

WEBER V. HARBOR COMMISSIONERS, 18 WaU. 66. 

States ; right to the bed of tide I « 94 U. S. 394, McCready v. Va. 
Waters, a I 



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WEBER T. I/EE CO., 6 Wall. aiO. 

U. S. courts ; mandamus to com- 
pel levy of tax to pay judgment ou 
municipal bonds, a 

WEBSTER T. COOPER, lO H. 64. 

Certificates of division, a 

WEBSTER T. COOPER, 14 H. 604. 

U. S. courts ; obligatory force 

of State decisions, a 
Trustees ; chattel interest. & 
Conditions subsequent; suit for 

breach of. c 

WEBSTER, INS. CO. v. See Ins. Oo. v. Webster. 
WEBSTER V. REID, 11 H. 460. 

Jurisdiction; judgments; notice 
by publication, a , 

Supreme Court; review of judg- 
ment of Supreme Court of Terri- 
tory after admission as a State. 6 

Faith and credit to be given to 
judgments, c 

Direction of writ of error to State 
court, d 



a 9 Wall. 417, Sup'v'rs ». Durant. 



a 18 H. 566, Dennistownw. Stewart 
a 3 Wall. 255, Daniels». R. R. Co. 

a 2 Bl. 603, LefflngwellB. Warren. 
6 6 Wall. 471, Doe v. Consedine. 
c 16 Wall. 230, Davis ». Gray, 
c 97 U. S. 696, Rush v. Rock Isl'd. 



WEBSTER V. UPTON, 91 r. S. 65. 

Corporation ; liability of stock- 
holder for unpaid subscription, a 



a 24 H. 203, Nations ». Johnson. 

b 2 Wall. 173, Freeborn v. Smith. 

c 5 Wall. 302, Christmas v Russell 

c 18 Wall. 464, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 

a 21 Wall. 428, Michaels v. Post. 

a 23 Wall. 136, Ray w Norseworthy 

d 91 U. S. 147, Atherton v. Fowler 

a 91 U. S. 661, Lamp v. Bra^s Co. 

a 95 U. S. 728, Pennoyer v. Neff. 

a 99 U. S. 488, Montgomery v. 
Samory. 

a 95 U. S. 667, Chubb v. Upton. 

a 96 U. S. .330, Pullmans. Upton. 

a 102 U. S. 316, Hawley v. Upton. 



WEED, U. S. T. See U. S. v. Weed, 
WEEMS V. GEORGE, 13 H. 190. 

Supreme Court; writ of error; ) a 1 Wall. 103, Burr j). Des Moines 
agreed case ; statement of facts, a \ 

WEIDB, INS. CO. v. See Ins. Co. ■o. Weide. 

WEIGHTMAIf V. WASHINGTON, 1 Bl. 39. 

Municipal corporations ; liability 
for injuries for want of repair of 
streets, a 

WEISIGER, BANK OP THE V. S. ■« 

WELCH, LOUISVILLE MAN. CO. \ 

WELCH, MAJSTDEVILLE v. See Mandeville v Walch. 

WELLS, EX PARTE, 18 H. 308. 

Supreme Court; habeas corpus, a 
Criminal law; accomplices; 
State's evidence ; pardon. 6 



a 2 Bl. 592, Nebraska » Campbell. 
a 16 Wall. 574, Water Co. v. Ware. 
a 91 U. S. 551, Barnes v. Dis. of C. 

See Bank of the U. S. o. Weiseger. 

See Louisville Man. Co. r. Welch. 



WELLS, GILL y. See Gill i>. Wells. 
WELLS v. SUPERVISORS, 103 U. S. 685. 



a 8 Wall. 100, ex^arfeYerger. 
a IS Wall. 166, exparte Lange. 
a 93 U. S. 23, exparte Parks. 
6 99 U. S. 601, Whiskey Cases. 



Municipal bonds in aid of rail- 
roads ; -'Missouri township aid 
act." a 



a 102 U. S. 639, Ogden v. Daviess. 



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WBXSH V. MANDETXLM:, 5 Cr. 

Supreme Court -, citation, a 



1 a 99 U; S. 609, Nat. Banlc v. Banlv. 



■WELSH, SAMPSON T. See Sampson v. -Welsli. 
■WEITON V. MISSOUBI, 91 V. S. 875. 



Constitution ; regulation of com- 
merce, a 
Exclusive power of Congress, b 



WENDKIX, rOlK T. 

WEST T. AtlBOKA CITY, 6 TTaU. 139. 



a 93 U. S. 103, Sherlock v. Ailing. 
a 95 U. S. 470, R. R. Co. v. Hnsen 
a 100 U. S. 439, Guy ». Baltimore. 
a 100 U. S. 678, Maeh. Co. u.Cage. 
a 102 U. S. 125, Tiernan v. Rinker. 
b 102 U. S. 702, Mobile v. Kimball. 

See Polk v. 'Weiidell. 



a 15 Wall. 580, Partridge v Ins. Co. 
6 16 Wall. 195, Bank v. Turnball. 
6 18 Wall. 575, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 



U. S. courts; State laws as to 
set-offs, a 

RemoTalacts; what is a "suit;" 
citizenship. 6 

■WEST, ATJKORA T. See Aurora v. West. 

WEST V. BAKNES, 8 DaU. 401. 

Supreme Court ; writ of error ; I a 6 Wall. 357, Mussina v. Cavazos. 
issue of . a , I 

WEST. BBASHEAK v. 



See Brashear v. West. 



WEST T. BBASHEAB, 14 P. 51. 

Supreme Court; mandate, a 

WEST V. COCHEAJf, W H. 403. 

Missouri land titles; when title 
attaches; survey, a 

What titles Congress reserved to 
itself the power to deal with, b 

Courts have no authority to dis- 
regard surveys and patents in ac- 
tions of ejectment, c 



1 a 11 Wall. 674, Cook v. Burnley. 

a 18 H, 21, Kissell v. Pub. Schools 
6 18 H. 197, Lafayette v. Kenton. 
b 18 H. 411, Stanford v. Taylor. 
C19H. 80, Willot «. Sandford. 
a 19 H. 209, Cousin v. Blanc. 
a 19 H. 834, BrJ^an v. Forsyth. 
a 1 B1.189, Carondelet O.St. Louis 
a 1 Bl. 199, Magwire v. Tyler. 
b 8 Wall. 661, Maguirev. Tyler. 
b 17 Wall. 280, Tyler v. Magwire. 
c 98 U. S. 212, Snyder o. Sickles. 

WEST, HOOVEE T. See Hoover v. West. 

WEST, T. S. V. See U. S. i). West. 

WEST, THE "VIEGINIA v. See Virginia, The, v. West. 

WEST CHES. K. B» CO., STIMPSON v. See Stimpson u. West Ches. B. K. Co. 

WEST BTVEB BKIBGE v. DIX, 6 H 

Constitution ; charters ; obliga- 
tion of contracts, a 

Power of the States over land 
held by U. S. Government, b 

Ferries; bridges; legislative 
power over, c 

Eminent domain ; exercise of, 
does not inteiiere with contracts, d 

Early amendments to the Con- 
stitution apply to the U. S. e 



5S9. 

a H. 529. Plant. Bank v. Sharp, 

b 7 H. 190^ U. S. V. Chicago. 

c 10 H. 532, E. Hartford u. Bridge. 

d 13 H. 78, Richmond R. R. Co. v. 

Louisa R. R. Co. 
e 20 H. 87, Withers v. Buckley. 



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■meSTON v. CHARLESTON, 8 P. 464, 

Supreme, Court; Federal qnes- 
tioii ; writ of error to State eotirt ; 
final judgments, a 

Constitution; tax by State on 
agency of U. S. Government. 5 
' Supreme Court ; jurisdiction ; 
amount in controversy means a 
property value, c 

What is a "■suit." 



a 14 P. 561, Holmes v. Jennison. 
6 IS P. 443, Dobbins v. Comm'rs. 
c I Bl. 272, Pratt v. Fitzhugh. 
6 2 Bl. 62S, Bank v.. New York. 
d 4 Wall. 112, ex parte Millegan. 
b 6 Wall. 47, Crandellw Nevada 
6 6 Wall. 60o,. So. forSav. w.Coit 
6 7 Wall. 23, Banks v. Mayor. 
b 9 Wall. 589, Thompson J7.R.R. 
6 n Wall. 123, Collector v. Day. 
6 12 Wall. 224, St. Ton . Tax Cas. 
d T8 Wall. 585, Sew. Ma. Co. Case 
h 91 U. S. 34, Bank w. Dearing. 
d 91 IT. S. 375, Kohl v. U. S. 
a 93 TJ. S. 121, Home Ins. Co. v. 

City. 
6 99' U. S. 279, Tr. Co. » Wheeling 
S 100 U. S. 542, People v. Weaver. 
a 102 U. S. 4I8i Daniels. ».Teai-ney 

WESTKAY V. U. S., 18 "WaU. 33». 

Duties ; suit to recover back. a. f a 101 U. S. 179, Wright r.Blackslee 
WEST VIKGINIA, STKAtTDEK v. See Strauderi). "West Virginia. 
WEST. Wise. B. R. V. SinPBBVTSOBS, »S IT. S. 59S. 



a 95 XJ. S.. 686, Farringtaii v. Tenn. 
b 97 U. S. 66&, Fertilizing Co. v. 
Hydie Park. 



Constitution ; obligation of eon- 
tracts; exemption from taxatioa. a 

Construction of exemption. 6 
WETHCEKED, BISCHOFF v. See Bisolioff v. WetheredL 
WETZELL T. BtrSSAKD, 11 "WTl. 309. 

Statute of limitations ; acknowl- I o 1 P. 355, Bell v. Mon-iscMi. 
edgments. a I a: 6 P. 90, Moore v. Bank of Cbl. 

WEYAUWEGA v., AIXESG, 99 U. S^ Iia. 

County and municipal bonds in I a 101 U. S., 699,. Anthony ». Jasper 
aid of raih-oads ; recitals ; estop- Go. 

pel ; bona-ffde pwi'chasers. a \ 

WHAKTENBY, DANTEX v.. See Daniel v. Wliarteiity. 
WHEATON v. PETEKS, S B. 65&. 

U. S. courts; jurisdictiork in j a 13 H. 557, Penn. w. Wlieeliug 
equity not affected by chancery r Bridge Co. 

system of States, a • I 

WHEATON V. SEXTON, 4 Wli. 506. 

Jurisdiction, a l « W P. 469, Voorhees v. Bank U. S. 

f 6 16 Wall. 365, McNitt v. Turner. 

See Sexton v. "Wlieaton. 



Judicial sales. 6 

WHEATON, SEXTON v. 



See Olifo and Miss. E. E. v: "Wbeeler. 



TTHEEtER, OHIO AND MISS. K. R. 
WHEELER V. SEDGWICK, 94 U. S. 1. 

Supreme Court ; objections must I a 97 U. S. 583, Newcoinbtr. Wood.- 
flrst be talsen in the court below, a j 

WHEELER V. SMITH, 9 H. 56. 

Charitable uses ; under laws of 
Virginia; prerogative of the Crown; 
wiiether vested in the U. S. a 

Equity ; mistalces. 6 



a 17 H. 382, Fontain u. Ravenel. 
b 98 U. S. 92, Snell v. Ins. Co. 
a 101 U. S. 367, Kain v. Gibboiiy. 



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WHEEI-EB, TOMPKINS v. Soe Tompkins u. Wheeler.. 

WHEELING BRIDGE CO., PENN. v. See Penn. v. Wheeling Bridge Go. 

WHEKKITT, SHAWHAN v. See Shawhan v. Wherritt. 

WHITE T. BUKNI-JEY, 80 H. 246. 

Texas titles ; ptitents ; defects in I a 20 II. 265, Spenser v. Lapstey. 
eatry and survey ; equity, a [all Wall. 667, Cook v. Buunley, 

WHITE, CINCINNATI v. See Cincinnati v. White. 
WHITE, GORHAM v. See Gorham v. White. 
WHITE V. HAKT, 13 WaU. 647. 

Constitution ; obligation ot con- 
tracts ; notes for sale of slaves, a 
Acts ill aid of the rebellion void. 6 
Status of the Confederate States, c 



a 13 Wall. 656, Osborne v. Kichol- 
son. 

a 14 Wall. 667,. Delmas v. Ins. Co. 

a 15 Wall. 624, Gnnn v. Bairrv. 

a T8 Wall. 548, Boyce v. Tabb. 

6 22 Wall. 49&, Taylor ». Thomas. 

c 97 U. S. 463, Keith v. Clark. 
WHITE, TEXAS V. See Texas ■o.WTiite. 
WHITE V. TURK, 12 P. 313. 

Certificates of division, a a 



5 H. 209, IT. S. V. Briargs. 
a 6 H. 43, Nesuiith v. Sheldon. 
a 7 H. 190, U. S. v. Chicago, 
a 18 I-I. 566, Dennistowuy Stewart. 



WHITE, U. S. V. See U. S. v. White. 

WHITE v. VERMONT RAILROAD COMPANY. 

Bailroad and municipal bonds; 
negotiability, a 
Coupons, b 



21 H. 575. 

a 1 Wall. 575, Mercer !7. Hackett. 
a 1 Wall. 206, Gelpcke » Dubuque 
6. 7 Wall. 1Q5, Aurora, v. West . 
a ]4 Wall.-293, Lexington d Butler 
7 Wall. 660. 

ships; a 8 Wall. 496, Aldrichu. ^-Etna Co 
a aid WaU. 476, Morgan M.Parhain. 

a 21 Wall. 577, The Lotta wanna, 
WHITELT, COMBHSSIONEB v. See Oomtnissioner v. Whltely. 
WHITEHEAD, WALKER tt. See Wallter v. Whitehead. 
WHITESIDE V. U. S., 93 tl. S. 847. 

Ignoiance of th« law no excuse. a\ ok 96 U. S. 691, Hawkuis u. U.S. 

WHITEWATER VALLEY CO. v. VALLETTE, 81 H. 485. 



WHITE'S BANK v. SMITH, 

Shipping; mortgage of 
recording and enrollment. 



Retrospective and cnrative laws.a 
Corporations ; power to issue ne- 
gotiable papei'. u 
Powers generally, c 

WHITING V. BANK IJ. S., 1» P. 15. 

Supreme Court ; final decrees, a 
Bills of. review. 6 



a 1 Wall., 204, Gelpcke v Dnbuqae 
6 7 Wall. 412, R. B. Co. v Howard 
clOlU. S. 626, Jones. ». Guar. Co. 



a 6 H. 202, Forgay v. Conrad. 

b 8 H. 605, Kennedy jr. Grt. Bank. 

a 18 H.. 200, Craighead v. Wilson. 

a 19 H. 284, Beebe v. Russell.. 

a 2 Bl. 531, Bronson v. R. R. Co. 

a 7 Wall. 346j. Thompson w.Dean. 

a 12 Wall. 98, French n. Shoe- 
maker. 

ffll7Wall. 17, Mavin «. l/ally. 

b 22 Wall. 66, Putnam v. Bay. 

a 23 Wall. 409, R. R. Co. w.Swasey 

6 95 U. S. 99, Bnfflngton ^Harvey 

6 95 U. S. 397, Thompson v. Mas- 
well. 



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■WHITMAN, THOMPSON v. See Thompson v. Whitman. 
WHITMOBE, MARSH v. See Marsh v. Whitmore. 
WHITNEY, EX PARTE, 13 P. 404. 

Supreme Court ;. mandat)ius ; 
Louisiana ; practice U. S. courts, a 

Will of Daniel Clarlc, (Gaines 
case.) 6 



a 102 U. S 

WHITNEY, CURTIS v. See Cnrlis «. Whitney. 
WHITNEY, FRISBIE v. See Frisbie v. Whitney. 
WHITNEY, MORROW v. See Morrow v. Whitney. 
WHITNEY, MOWBT v. See Mowry v. Whitney. 
WHITBIDGE V. DIM., 83 H. 448. 

Collision ; j-i'les governing a ves- 



a 1.5 P. 13, Gaines v. Eelf. . 
b 24 H. 554, Gaines v. Heaiien. 
a 101 U. S. 720, ex paHe'R. E. Co. 
1S6, ex parte Perry. 



sel behind anotlier, 
Lookouts, b 



a 7 Wall. 202, The Grace GIrdler. 
a a 14 Wall. 275, Tlie Cayuga. 

a 23 Wall. 33, The Great Republic 
b 91 U. S. 699, The Colorado. 

WHITTAKER, KEENE v. See Keene v. Whittaker. 

WHITTON, RAILWAY COMPANY v. See Railway Company v. •Whittou. 

WHYTB V. GIBBS, 80 H. 548. 

Supreme Court; mandate, a \ a 17 Wall. 283, Tyler «. Magwire. 
WICKLIEFE, HANDtIN t. See Handlin v. Wiokliffe. 
WTCKXIEEE, HUNT v. See Hunt v. Wiokliffe. 
WICKUEEE V. OWINGS, 17 H. 47. 

U. S. courts ; capacity to sue ; I a 21 H. 214, R. B. Co. c. Quigley. 
how raised, a ' \ 

WIGGINS V. BURKHAM, 10 Wall. 133. 

Reasonable time ; when a ques- I a 91 U. S. 402, Cooke v. U. S. 
tlon for the jury, a \ 

WIGGINS, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Wiggins. 
WILCOX, CAMPBELL v. See Campbell ■». Wilcox. 
WILCOX V. HUNT, 13 P. 378. 

Louisiana; practice of U. S- 
courts. ' a 

WILCOX T. JACKSON, 13 P. 498. 

Land laws; pre-emption ; appro- 



a 5 H. 288, Phillips v. Preston. 



priation by U. S.; reservations, a 
Mineral lands ; pre-emption of. b 
Jurisdiction ; registers and re- 
ceivers, c 
Sale previous to patent, d 
Judgments; setting aside after 
term, e 
Equitable titles. / 
Titles derived from U. S. cannot 
be controlled by State legislation, g 
Authority of President through 
the Secretary of War to reserve 
land for forts ; when acts of heads 
of departments are acts of the 
President, h 



a 15 P. 418, U. S. V. Fitzgerald. 
6 3 H. 129, U. S. V. Gear. 
c 3 H. 756, Hickey v. Stewart. 
d 4 H. 19, Levi ». Thompson, 
e 6 H. 36, Bank of U. S. v. Sims, 
c 8 H. 531, Williamson v. Berry. 
/ 9 H. 443, Doe v. Eslava. 
a 14 H. 271, University e. Indiana. 
a 18 H. 21, Kissell v. Schools, 
c 18 H. 43, Barnard c. Ashley. 
a 20 H. 566, Ii-vine v. Marshall. 
h 2 Wall. 537, U. S. v. Stone. 
g 13 Wall. 104, Gibson v. Chouteau 
c 18 Wall. 467, Thompson v. Whit- 
man. 
h 20 Wall. 109, Confiscation Cases. 
h 99 U. S. 19, U. S. V. Farden. 
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WrLCOX V. PIUMMEB, 4 P. 180. 

Statute of limitations ; wheu it | a 98 U. S. 474, Amy v. Dubuque, 
commences to run. a \ 

WILDEK, GATTLOB v. See Gaylor v. Wilder. 
wrLBT, BKOWN v. See Brown i>. Wiley. 
WHEY, U. S. V. See U. S. ■„. Wiley. 
■WILKES V. DINSMAN, 7 H. 89. 

Jurisdiction ; presumptions, a 
Officers ; action against for pun- 
ishment inflicted on soldier. 6 

WHKINS, V. S. V. See U. S. d. Wilkins. 

WrLKTNSON, INSOKAWCE CO. v. See Insurance Co. v. WUkinson. 

WTXKTNSON T. lEIiAND, 2 P. 656. 

U. S. courts ; obligatory force of 
decisions of State courts, a 

Statutes ; construction. 6 

Retrospective and confirmatory 
laws, c 

Constitution; due process of law.d 



a 7 H. 714, Townsend w. .Jennison 
6 12 H. 401, Dinsman v. Wilkes. 



a 5 P. 308, Hinde v. Vattier. 
a 10 P. 294, Leland v. Wilkinson. 
6 3 H. 56,3, U. S. v. Freeman, 
c 24 H. 296, Bissell v Jeffersonville 
c 1 Wall. 204, Gelpcke u Dubuque 
c 7 Wall. 624, Beloit v. Morgan, 
c 8 Wall. 603, Drehman v. Stifle. 
d 13 Wall. 662, Osbora»Nicliolson 
c 23 Wall. 149, Randell v. Kreiger. 
6100U. S.244, Gates v. Nat. Bank 



WILKINSON, I/ELAND v. See Leland v. Wilkinson. 



WILLIAM BAGALET, THE, 5 Wall, 

Civil war; commercial inter- 
course, a 

Supreme Court ; only appellants 
can assign errors. 6 

Effect of war on right to sue. c 

Duty of citizens when war breaks 
out. d 



405. 

a 6 Wall. 535, Hanger v. Abbott. 
b 9 Wall. 672, The Quickstep. 
c 11 Wall. 250. Levy v. Stewart. 
6 12 Wall. 41, The Maria Martin. 
b 12 Wall. 135, Mail Co m. Flanders 
6 13 Wall. 741, The Mabey. 
6 14 Wall. 201, The Merrimac. 
6 94 U. S. 599, The Step'n Morgan 
dlOlU. S. 617, Gates v. Goodloe. 



WILLIAM KING, THE, 9 WIi. 148. 

Statutes ; acts in fraud of. a 
WILLIAMS, ALDKIDGE T. See Aldridge v. Williams. 
WILLIAMS V. AMBOTD, 7 Cr. 433. 

Jurisdiction IT. S. courts, a 
Prize ; sale before condemna- 
tion, b 

WILLIAMS V. BAKEB, 17 Wall. 144. 

Des Moines Eiver grant to Iowa 
for railroads, a 

Lands " reserved " from sale. 6 

Acts making donations; pre- 
existing rights, c 



a 8 P. 50, Lee «. Lee. 



a 3 P. 201, ex parte Watkins." 
6 13 H. 512, Jecker v. Montgomery 



a 17 Wall. 162, Homestead v. Val- 
ley E. R. 

b 92 U. S. 748, Leav. R. R. Co. v. 
U.S. 

c 101 U. S. 277, Broderi>. Wat. Co. 

a 101 U. S. 766, WolseyuChapman 

a 101 U. S. 774, Litchfield v. Web- 
ster Co. 



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WILLIAMS T. BANK OF THE U. S., 11 "Wh. 415. 



Supreme Court-; writ o£ eri-oi:; 
dismissal; faiVure to join defend- 
ants, a 



WILLIAMS V. BANK OOF THE' U. S, 

Ifegotiable paper f notice ; due 
diligence, a 



WILLIAMS, BARNES v. 
WILLIAMS T. BENEDICT, 8 H. 107. 

Conflict of jurisdiction ; State 
iind Federal courts, a 

Process in U". 8. eonrts; lien of 
judgments. 6 



a 7 P. 401. Owens v. Kincannon. 
a 6 Wall. 362, Mussinau. Cavazos. 
a 10 Wall. 417, Masterdon b. Hern- 
don. 
a 11 WailJ. 87, The Protector. 
a 13 Wall. 188, Hampton v. Ronse. 
a 18 Wall. 579; Sew. Macli. Co. Cas 
a 20 Wall. 154, Siittpson». Greeley, 
a p. xoi. 

a 10 P. .573, Dickens ». Beall. 
a 6 H. 236, Bowling^??., Harrison. 
a 23 H. 377, Wisemanu CUeappeUa 
See Barnes u. 'Williams. 



a 14 H. 372; Fcale v. Pliipps. 
a 17 H. 474, Pulffam v. Osbornp. 
a 18 H. 504, Union Bank: v. .folly. 
a 20 H. 591, Taylor ». Carry!. 
a 23 H. 107, Green v. Crei^Fitow. 
b 7 Wall. 217, Brown v. Pieixie. 
&I2 WaW. 15». Baker ». Morton. 
a 21 Wall. 280, Tonleyv Lavender. 



WILLIAMS, BONNAEEE v. See Bonnafee v. wmiams. 
W^ILLIAMS V. BBUnPT, 96 V. S. 176. 



a 97 U. S. 463^ Keith ».. Clark. 
h 97 tr. S. 602. Ford v. Snrgett. 
a 99 U. 8. 190, Keteham » Backfey- 



Civil war; legislation of tlie Con- 
federate States; invalidity, a 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State courts; Federal question grow- 
ing; out of the civil war. 6 

WILLIAMS, BURTON v. See Burton. D. Williams. 
WILLIAMS, GLEMENTSON v. See Clementson v.. -Winiams.. 
WILLIAMS, eOKNELL -v. SeeComeUi). Williams. 
WILLIAMS, FINLEY v. Siee Finley u. Williams. 
WILLIAMS V. GIBBES, 17 H. 333". 

Awards by foreign commission; 
rights of opposing cLiimant. a 

Fund in court; rights of cred- 
itors to share iu. 6 

Assets ; failure to present claims 
to administrator, c 

WILLIAMS, HODCitE v. See Kodge «.. Williams, 
WILLIAMS V. KIRTLAND, 13 WaU. 306. 

U. 8. courts ; obligatory force of I c* 21 Wall. 497, R. B. Co. s.Penn. 
State decision, a i -.,, ^^ .-. — _ _ . 



a 20 H. 535, Williams «. Gibbes. 
a 24 H. 320, Meyer v. White. 
6 9 Wall. 185, In re Howard, 
c 17 WaU. 531, Prab. Works v. Co- 
■ lumbla College. 



1 a 102 U. 8. 655, Barrett «. Holmes. 



WILLIAMS, NATfLOK v. See Naylqr ■».. Williams. 
WILLIAMS v.. OLIVER, 18 H. 119. 

Supreme Court; writ of error to 
State courts; Fedbral question, a 



a 6 Wall. 262, Milltngar v.. IlartUi- 

pee. 

a 13 Wall. 263, Klinger v. Missouri. 
a 98 U. S. 141, Bank v. Board Liq. 



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WrLtlAMS V. NORBIS, 18 Wli. 117, 

Supreme Court ; writ of error to 
State courts ; Federal question, a 
\Vli8,t Gonstitutes the 'record,' 6' 
Opinion ol court below, e 



■^y TTT.TATvr s V. PETTON, 4 TVli. 77. 

Ministerial dirties, a 

Powers to sell. 6 

Tax titles, t 

Deeds; depending on act in pais ; 
party claiming under bound to 
sliow performance, d 

Certificates as evidence, e 

WHXIAaiS, KICAKD V. See Ricard i). Williams: 
WHXIAMS, STEVENSON v. See SteTensoa v. Williams. 
WnLtlAMS V. SUEFOIK INS. CO., 13 P. 4a0. 

Political questions, a | a 13 Wall. 649, WViite v. Hai-t. 



a 2 P. 230, Wilson v. Creek Co. 
a 2 P. 407, Sattertee v Matthe wsoo 
a 3 P. 299, Harris v. Dennie. 
a 4 P. 42-5, Craig v. Missouri. 
a 6 P. 47, Davis v.. Pacliard. 
a 10 P. 391, Crowoll v. Bandell. 
a 5 H. 374, Scott v. Jones. 

5 20 H. 440, SuydamiJ. Williamson, 
c G Wall. 14S, Rector v. Ashley. 

c 8 Wall. 317, Gibson v. Chouteau 

6 8 Wall. 3.")7, Yonng v. Martin. 
a 16 Wall. 189, Smith v. Adsit. 

6 20 Wall. 633, Murdocku Memphis 
6 21 Wall. 639, Moore ». Mississippi 

a 16 P. 81, Cocfe V. Halsey. 
6 5 H. 200, Taylor v. Benham. 
c 9 H. 256, Mason v. Fearson. 
c 16 H. 613, Early v. Doe. 
d 2 Wall. 319, Ransom u.Williams 
e 91 U. S. 245, Ins. Co. u. Tisdale. 



a 92 U. S. 132, Phillips v. Payne., 



WILUAMS, VEAZrE v. See Teazie v. WillSams. 
■WIIXIA3IS, WAXUEN v. See Walleu v. Williams. 



WIXIilAMSON V. BAKBETT, 13 H. 

Collision ; damages. 



Rules of navigation. 



■WnXIAMSON T. BEKKT, 8 H. 531. 

Contract for payment of antece- 
dent debt ; what is a sale, a 

U. S. courts ; obligatory force of 
State decisions, b 

Conveyance by authority of act 
of the Legislature ; jurisdiction of 
equity ; infants, c 

Contingent remainders, d 



106. 

a 17 H. 173, Catharine u. Dickinson 
a 8 Wall, 386, The Baltimore. 
6 91 U. S. 206, The Free States, 



a 11 H. 220, Warner ». Martin. 

b 11 H. 317, Van Reiisselaei- v. 
Kearney. 

c 20 H. 431, Suydam W.Williamson. 

c 24 H. 428, Suydam U.Williamson. 

d 6 Wall. 478, Doe v. Consedine. 

c 6 Wall. 729, Williamson v. Siiy- 
son. 

c 18 Wall. 467, Thompson u. Whit- 
man. 



WHIiAMSON T. KINCAJD, 4 Ball. 80. 

Supreme Court; value of matter I a 4 Dall. 26, Course v. Stead, 
in dispute ; affidavits, a | a 21 H. 392, Richmond v Milwaukee 

WmiAMSON, SUYDAM V. See Snydam 1). WUliamson. 

WIIXIAMSON, V. S. V. See U.,S.D. Williamson. 



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WILMSON T. TV ATKINS, 3 P. 63. 

Adverse possession as to lessors, 
mortgagors, trustees, and tenants in 
common, a 

Equity ; laches ; stale claims. 6 

Whether vendee can dispute ven- 
dor's title, c 

Trustees cannot deny right of 
stockholders to a distribution, d 



WILMINGTON K. K. v. 



a 5 P. 430, Bradstreet v. Hunting- 
ton, 
a 5 P. 486, Peyton v. Stith. 
6 9 P. 413, Piatt v. Vattier. 
6 10 P. 221, Boon v. Chiles. 
a 13 P. 4, Woodward v. Brown. 
a 14 P. 156, Walden ii. Bodley. 
c 16 P. SI, Watkins v. Holman. 
a ■ 4 H. 214, Zeller v. Eckert. 
d 18 H. 480, Bacon v. Robertson, 
c 5 Wall. 287, Croxall v. Shererd. 
c 9 Wall. 601, Merryraan !) Bourne 

BEID, 13 WaU. »66. 



Constitution ; obligation of con- 
tracts ; exemption from taxation, a 
Taxation of corporations. 6 



■wUjMinqton and wbmkjn k. 

Confederate money, a 

WILSON v. BAKNUM, 8 H. 858. 

Certificates of division, a 



a 13 Wall. 375, Salt v. E. Saginaw. 
a 15 Wall. 458, Tomlinson v Jessnp 
a 16 Wall. 249, HumphreyMPegues 
a 20 Wall. 43, R. R. Co. v. Reid. 
a 21 Wall. 498, R. R. Co. v. Penn. 
a 93 U. S. 223, Morgan v Louisiana 
b 95 U. S. 687, Farrington k. Tenii. 

K. V. KING, 91 IT. S. 3. 

I £8 94 U. S. 435, Stewart v. Salamon 



WILSON V. BLACKBIRD CBEEK CO 

Supreme Comt ; writ of error to 
State courts; Federal question, a 

Constitution ; concurrent pow- 
ers. 6 

When the powers of the U. S. 
exclusive, c 

Regulation of commerce, d 

Police powers, e 

State jurisdiction over navigable 
streams, f 



WILSON V. CITY BANK, 17 WaU, 

Bankruptcy ; suits by assignees ; 
fraudulent preferences, a 



a 18 H. 566, Dennistown v Stewart 
a 1 Bl. 583, Silliman v. Bridge Co. 

8 p. 345. 

a 3 P. 299, Harris v. Dennie. 
a 4 P. 425, Craig v. Missouri, 
a 6 P. 47, Davis v. Packard. 
a 10 P. 391, Crowell v. Randell. 
6 14 P. 592, Holmes v. Jennison. 
b 5 H. 573, License Cases. (Opin. 

of Taney, Ch. J.) 
c 7 H. 392, Pas'nger Cas. (Opin. 

of McLean, J.) 
b 12 H. 311, Cooley v. Wardens, 
d 13 H. 557, Penn. «. Bridge Co. 
e 22 H. 242, Sinuot v. Davenport. 
6 3 Wall. 727, Oilman v. Phil. 
6 16 Wall. 482, Osborne v. Mobile. 
d 17 Wall. 509, R. R. Co. ». Fuller, 
c 95 U. S. 463, Pound v. Turk. 
6 95 U. S. 488, Hall v. De Cnir. 
b 96 U. S. 387, Wisconsin uDuluth 
/ 99 U. S. 643, Tr. Co. v. Chicago; 
C102U. S. 700, Mobile b. Kimball. 

473. 

o 20 Wall. 420, Mays v. Fritton. 
a 21 Wall. 373, Clark v. Iselin. 
a 21 Wall. 503, Little u Alexander 
a 22 Wall. 178, Burnhisel u. Fir- 
man. 
a 94 U. S. 557, Dutcher «. Wright. 
a 96 U. S. 540, Bank v. Warren. 
a 102 U. S. 268, Rogers v. Palmer. 



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WILSON, CRAIGSHEAD v. See Craigsliead v. Wilsoii. 
WILSON T. DANIEL, 3 Dall. 401. 

Supreme Court : value of matter I a 3 P. 34, Gordon v. Ogden. 
in dispute, a I a 11 H. 525, Spear v. Place. 

WILSON, DOE M. See Doe v. Wilson. 
WILSON, KENNEDY v. See Kennedy v. Wilson. 
WILSON V. MFE AND EIRE INS. CO., 13 P. 140. , 

Supreme Court; writs of error a 6 Wall. 362, Miftsinaw. Cavazos. 
and appeals; joinder of parties, a a 10 Wall. 417, Masterdon «. Hern- 
Wlien writ amendable, b don. 

6 11 Wall. 86, The Protector. 

a 18 Wall. 579, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 

a 20 Wall. 158, Simpson v. Greeley. 

WILSON, tIFE AND EIRE INS. CO. v. See LUe and Fire Ins. Co. u. Wilson. 

WILSON, MAHDERVILIiE v. See Minderville «. Wilson. 

WILSON, MARINE INS. CO. OF ALEXANDRIA v. See Marine Ins. Co. of 

Alexandria v. Wilson. 
YPILSON V. MASON, 1 Cr. 91. 

Bona-fide purchasers, a 
Compact between States; cannot 
restrict the powers of Congress. 6 



a 10 P. 312, Boon v. Chiles, 
a 5 H. 225, Jones v. Van Zant. 
6 18 H. 429, Penn. v. Wheeling 
Bridge Co. 

WILSON, NEW JERSEY v. See New Jersey v. Wilson. 
WILSON V. ROUSSEAU, 4 H. 673. 

Patents; assignees; renewals, a 

Combination ; right to renewal 
when the material ceases to exist. 6 

Judicial notice of the persons 
who preside over the Patent 
Office, c 



a 4 H. 711, Simpson v. Wilson, 
a 4 H. 712, Wilson v. Turner, 
a 4 H. 716, Woodworth v. Wilson. 
6 9 H. 120, Wilson v. Simpson. 
a 14 H. 547, Bloomer v. McQuewau 
c 17 H. 38, K. B. Co. v. Winans. 
a 22 H. 223, Chaffee u. Belting Co. 
a 1 Wall. 351, Bloomer v. Millen- 



a 14 H. 547, Bloomer v. McQnewan 
6 99 U. S. 552, Hartell v. Tilghman 



a 10 Wall. 380, E. R. Co. v Ti-irable 
a 18 Wall. 416, Eunsoii v. Dodge. 

WILSON V. SALAMANCA, 99 U. S. 499. 
Municipal bonds in aid of rail- a 102 U. S. 95, Menasha v. Hazard. 

roads ; consolidations ; effect on 

subscription, a 

WILSON T. SANDFORD, 10 H. 99. 

Patent rights ; purchasers hold 
under the common law. a 

Jurisdiction of Circuit Court. 6 
WTLSON, SHEPPARD v. See Sheppard v. Wilson. 
WILSON, SIMPSON V. See Simpson v. Wilson. 
WIUSON V. SMITH, 3 H. 770. 

Banks ; collections, a I a 91 U. S. 314, Hoover v. Wise. 

I a 96 U. S. 35, U. S. v. State Bank, 

WILSON, TREBILCOCK V. See Trebiloooki). Wilson. 
WILSON, U. S. V. See U. S. t). Wilson. 
WILSON V. WAXI., 6 WaU. 89. 

Ti'taty-niaking power, a | a 17 Wall. 247, HoUlen v. Joy. 



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WrLSON, WOODWORXH v. See Woodworth 51. Wilson. 
WrLT, STICKNET v. See Stickney v. Wilt. 
WrLTBEKGER, tJ. S. v. See U, S. ... Wrltberger. 
WINANS V. DENMEAD, 15 H. 330. 

PutPiit law; infringement, a | a 91 U. S. 183. Sewall ». Jones, 
Sumo resultB. 6 • | 6 95 U. S. S69, Eddy ». Dennis. 

WINANS T. NEW TOBK AND E. R. B. CO., 81 H. 98. 

Evidencp ; experts, a 1 a 99 U. S. 658, Spring Co. v. Edgar 

WINANS, YORK AND MD. R. R. v. See York and Md. E. E. v. Winajis. 
WINCHESTER T. JACKSON, 8 Cr. 514. 

Siipi-eme Court; dismissal for I a 4 Cr. 46, Montalet b. Murray, 
want of juriisdiction; costs, a I a 9 Wall. 567, Hornthall v. CoU'r. 

WINDSOR V. McVeigh, 93 U. S. 874. 

Jiirisdiotion ; jnilgments without I a 100 IT. S. 23, ex ^arfe Eeed. 
notioe. a I 

WINEGAB, GRAND CHUTE v. See Grand Chute «, Winegar. 
WINN, PATT3EKSON v. See Pa.t1ierson v. Winn. 
WINN T. PATTERSON, 9 P- 676. 

Evidence; copies; secoftdary ew- la 20 Wall. 246, Domett » Williams, 
depoe ; lost iustniments. a I 

WINNIPISEOGBE CO„ PARKER V. See Parker v. Winnipiseogee Go. 
WINSHIP V. BANK OF THE TJ. S., 5 P. 589. 

Partu«rsliip. a | a 22 H. 268, Kimbro ». BuUett. 

WINSOR, KBNDAM. T. See Kendall v. Wlnsor. 
WINSTON V. V. S., 3 H. 771. 

SiipreiBG Court ; amonnt m -con- | a 16 Wall. 345, Merrill o. Petty, 
troversy. a ,| 

WINTER, NEW ORIEANS v. See Ne-sf Orleans v. Winter. 
WINTER, SIMONTON v. See Simouton v. Winter. 
WIRXH V. BRANSON, 98 U. S. 118. 

Public lan<l; sale of; when it I a 101 U. S. 261, Simraor.so.Wagner 
ceases to be subject to entry, a \ 

\yiSCABT V. DAUCHrr, 3 Ball. 381. 



Circuit Court; statement of facts 
conclusive, when, a 

Supreme Court ; appellate juris- 
dJRtion. b 



a 3 D. 337, Jeiiniiags e. Brig Pci'- 
severance. 
6 7 Wall. 512, ex parte McCardle. 
6 16 Wall. .H42, Merrill v. Petty. 
■a IS Wall. 249, Ins. Co. v. Folsom. 
' 6 20 Wall. 620, Murdocke Memphis 
a 98 U. S. 442, The Abbotsford. 
WISE V. COI/TTMBIAN TURNPIKE CO., 7 Cr. 276. 



Supreme Court; value of mat- 
ter in dispute, a 



WISE T. WTTHEBS, 3 Cr. 330. 

Courts-martial, a 
When the officers are personally 
liable, b 



a 31'. 33, Gordon B. Ogden. 
a 15 H.207, Kanouse c. Martin. 
a 4 Wall. 1G4, Walker e. U. S. 
<j 16 Wall. 344, Merrill v. Petty. 

o 3 P. 201, ex parte Watkins. 
6 20 H. 77, Dynes ». Hoover. 



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WISEMAN, ARCAMBEI, v. See Arcambel v. Wiseman. 

WISTEK, BANK KENTUCKY v. See Bank Kentucky v. Wister. 

WISTEB, SNEED T. See Sneed v. Wister. 

WISWAXi V. CAMPBELt, 93 U. S. 347. 

Bankruptcy; supervisory juris- 1 a 94 U. S. 323, Hill v. Thompsoa. 
diction, a | a 94 U. S, 443, Coiiro v. Crane. 

WTSWAtli, KAJXROAD CO. v. See Railroad Oo. „. Wiswall. 



WISWAXL V. SAMPSON, 14 H. 61. 

Conflict of jurisdiction; State 
and Federal courts, a 
Purchasers pendente lite. 6 



a 14 H. 372, Pcsile v. Phipps. 
a 17 H. 674, Pnlliam v. Osborne. 
6 20 EI. 100, Secombe v. Steele. 
■a 20 IT. 596. Tavlor v. Ciirryl. 
a 102 U. S. 262, Bank v. Calhonn. 



WTTHENBURT v. V. S., 5 Wall. 881 

Supreme Court; final decrees, a J 

WTTHEKS T. BCrCKLET, 80 H. 90. 

Constitution; fiif=t ten amend- 
ments apply ro tlie U. S. a 

States ; riglit to soil under navi- 
gable waters. 5 

WITHERS -v. GREEN, 9 H, 313. 

Contract ; failure of considera- 
tion, a 

Mitigation of damages. 6 

Warninty. c 
WITHERS, WISE V. See Wise v. Withers. 
WAI.COTT V. BES MOINES CO., 5 

Public lands ; " reservation bj' 
competent authority." a 

Grants by Congress to States in 
aid of railroads. 6 

Des Moines Kiver grant to 
Iowa, c 

Acts making donations; pre- 
existing rights., d 



a 7 Wall. 346, Thompson v. Dean. 



a 7 "Wall. 327, Twitchell v. Com. 
6 23 Wall. 68, St. Clair v. Lovlng- 

ston. 
a 92 U. S. S52, TJ. S.».Criiikshank 



a 11 H. 472, Van Buren v. Digues. 
6 14 H. 442, Winder v. Caldwell, 
c 20 H. 150, Lyou v. Bertram. 



WaU. 688. 

a 6 Wall. 



381, Grisar » McDowell 
6 9 Wall. 97, E. R. Co. v. Smith 
c 17 Wall. 150. Williams v. Baker 
c 17 Wall. 162, Homestead Co. v. 

Valley Co. 
a 92U. S. 747, Leav.R.R.uU.S. 
dWl U. S. 277, Broderu Water Co 
c 101 U. S. 766, Wolsey v. Chap- 
man, 
c 101 U. S. 774, Litchfield v. Web- 
ster Co. 



WAICOTT, DIGGS v. See Diggs v. Walcott. 
WOLF T. STIX, 96 V. S. 541. 

Bankruptcy; discharges, a 



1 a 99 U. S. 6, Wolf «. Stix. 



WOLSET T. CHAP3ttAN, 101 TT. S. 7S5. 



a 101 U. S. 774, Litchfield v. Web- 
ster Co. 



Grants to the States for rail- 
roads; Des Moines River grant to 
Iowa, a 

WOOB V. CARPENTER, 101 TJ. S. 136. 

Limitations; concealed fraud, a J a 101 U. S. 567, Shaw v. R. R. Co. 



WOOB, BAVIS V. See Davis v. Wood. 



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WOOD V. LEDE, 4 Cr. 180. 

Supreme Coiut ; return of writ 
of error, a 
Citation. 6 
Motions to dismiss and to docket.c 



a 7 P. 144, Picliet.t v. Lea:ei'woo(l. 
b G H. 88, Villabolos v. U. S. 
c 3 Wall. 103, Sparrow v. Strong. 
a 99 U. S. 506, Grigsby v. Piircell. 



WOOD, McINTIRE v. See Molntire d. Wood. 
WOOD V. OWINGS, 1 Cr. 839. 

Deeds; falUiie to record within 
time prescribed, a 
WOOD V. STEEI.!:, 6 Wall. 80. 

Negotiable paper; blanks, a 

WOOD V. CNDEBHUI., 5 H. 1. 

Patentlavv; act of 1793; specifl' 
cation, a 

WOOD, U. S. V. See U. S. v. Wood. 
WOOD T. U. S., 16 P. 348. 

Duties; fraudulent invoices ; seiz- 
ures, a 
Statutes ; repeal by implication, h 
Sec. 66 of tariff act of 1799. (1 St. 
677.) c 

" Probable cause." d 
Forfeitures ; when they attach, e 
Evidence; proof of autliority of 
signer of ah instrument, f 



a 14 H. 260, Do Lane v. Moore. 



I a 92 U. S. 341, Angle v. Ins. Co. 
I a 6 H^ 477, Hogg_«. Emerson. 



WOOD V. WAGNON, 8 Cr.. 9. 

U. S. courts; citizenship; how 
averred, a 

WOOD PAPER PATENT, 83 Wall. 

Patent law ; reissues, a 



3 H. 204, Taylor v. U. S. 
8 H. 643, Da vies v. Fairbairn. 

4 H. 243, Clifton v. U. 8. 
4 H. 258, Bucklev v. U. S. 
8 H. 378, Caldwell v. U. S. 

c 17 H. 90. U. S. V. 67 Pcks. Goods 
b 'il H. 311, U. S. v.. Walker. 
d 3 Wall. 143, Cliq. Chumpaguo. 
6 3 Wall. 633, The Eeform. 
e 14 Wall. 56, Henderson's Spirits 
/91 U. S. 418, Uni.Socu Faulkner 
6 95 .U. S. 196, Pabbri w. Murpliv. 
& 90 U. S. 140, Arthur v. Homer. 

I a 8 P. 115, Brown v. Keene. 

S66. 



a 98 U. S. 139, Powder Co. b.Pow- 
I der Works. 

WOODUEE, McGAVOCK v. See MoGavock v. Woodlief . 
WOODMAN, STIMPSON v. See Stimpson v. Woodman. 
WOODKIDGE, THOMAS V. See Thomas d. Woodridge. 
WOODKOW, COOK V. See Cook d. Woodrow. 
WOODKUFF, GENOA v. See Genoa v. Woodruff. 
WOODBDEF, HANNAUEB v. See Hannaner v. Woodruff. 
WOODRUFF V. PARHAM, 8 Wall. 139. 

Constitution ; regulation of com- a 8 Wall. 150, Hinson u. Lott. 
merce ; tax on imports, a a 12 Wall. 429, Ward «. Maryland 

Taxing power of the States. 6 a 13 Wall. 34, Low u. Austin. 

a 15 Wall. 280, St.Fr't Tax Case. ' 
a 15 Wall. 296, St. Tax B. Kec'pts 
a 16 Wall. 482, Osborne v. Mobile. 
a 91 U. S. 282, Welton ». Missouri 
6 96 U. S. 446, Murray v. Charles- 
ton. 
a 97 U. S. 673, Cook v. Penn. 
a 100 U. S. 437, Guy w. Baltimore. 
a 100 U. S. 077, Mach. Co. u. Gage. 



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WOODRUrF V. TRAPNAM-, 10 H. 190. 



ConstiMitipn ; obliojatioii ot con- 
tracts; ag'i-et'inent by Stiite to ac- 
cept bills of bank in payment of 
debts; gnaranty. a 

U. S. conrts ; jiu'lsdiction wlicre 
State is interested; court will only 
regard tlie parties on the recoi-d. b 



a 10 H. -221, Panp v. Drew. 
a 2 Wall. 21, Hawtborn !). Calef 
a S Wall. 63, Fnrnian v. NIcliol. 
6 10 Wall. 221, Davis v. Gray. 
a 97 U. S. 4.55, Keith v. Clark. 
a 102 U. S. 079, Hartnian c. Green- 
how. 



a 1 Wall. 96, Mercer v. Haekett. 
a 15 Wall. 372, Grand Chnte r. 
Winegar. 

I a IS H. 534, Hudgins v. Ivemp. 



WOODS V. LAWRENCE CO.. 1 Bl. 386. 

Comity bonds in aid of railroads ; 
sale of bonds at a discoinit con- 
trary to the act; bona-fide holders, a 

WOODWARD V. BROW^N, 13 P. 1. 

Certiorari, a 

WOODS V. YOUNG, 4 Cr. 237. 

Continnance ; discretionarj' with I a 1 P. 165, Wright v. Hollingsworth 
court; not assignable for error, a. 

WOODWARD, DART. COLLEGE v. See Dartmouth College >'. Woodward. 
WOODWORTH, DAY v. See Day i'. Woodwcrth. 
WOODWORTH, LIVINGSTON v. See LL-linRston v. Woodwortli. 
WOODWORTH » . WILSON, 4 H. 713. 

Patent law; infringement, a | a 7 H. 521, Moore v. Marsh. 
WOOLSEY, DODGE v. See Dodge r. Woolsej-. 
WORCESTER v. GEORGIA, 6 P. 515. 

Indians; authority of U. S. Gov- ; a 3 Wall. 420, V. H. r. Holliday. 
ernnient. a b a Wall. 760, Kansas Indians. 

Treaties with : eonstrnction. b a 17 Wall. 237. Holden v. Joy. 
Riglit to their lands, c , c 19 Wall. 593, IT. S. v. Cook. 

' a 93 U. S. 193, U.S. /-.Gals. Whisk 

WORKMAN, V. S. v. See U. S. u. Workman. 
WORMELY V. WORMELY, 8 Wh. 421. 

Purchasers bona-flde ; notice, a i a 10 P. 199, Boon v. Chiles. 



Purchasers of trnst estate. 6 
.foiiider of formal parties will 

not ou!5t jin-isdiction of U. S. 

courts. I- 



\ b 4 H. 5.52, Michond v. Girod. 

a 11 H. 392, Fowler v. Merrill. 

c 17 H. 137, Shields v. Barrow. 

c IS H. 408, Wood v. Davis. 

c 18 Wall. 586, Sew. Ma. Co. Case. 
WORTHINGTON, McCABE v. See MoCiabe v. Worthington. 
WORTHY V. COMMISSIONERS, 9 Wall. 613. 

Supreme Court; writ of error to a 16 Wall. 352, Marqueze!'. Blooin. 
State courts; Federal question. « 
WRIGHT V. BALES, 2 Bl. 635. 

U. S. courts ; evidence ; State 
law; rule of decision, a 

WRIGHT V. ELLISON, 1 Wall. 16. 

Equitable assignments, a 

WRIGHT V. HOLLINGSWORTH, 1 

Jurisdiction, a 

Pleading over ; waiver of de- 
muirer, 5 

WRIGHT V. MATTISON, 18 H. 50. 

■ Limitations ; color of title, a 
23 



I a 1 Wall. 68, Kyan v. Bindley. 
I a 102 U. S. 165, Potter v. Banl<. 

I a 21 Wall. 446, Trist v. Child. 

P. 169. 

a 10 P. 469, Voorheesv. Bank U. S. 
6 7 II. 714, Towiisend v. Jennison 



a 1 Wall. 641, Beaver v. Taylor. 



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WEIGHT V. TEBiilTS, 91 U. S. 853. 

Altoi'iieys; oiiiitingeiit fees, a | a 93 U. S. o.o7, Sr.iiiitoii ». Embi-ey. 

"WRIGHT CO., EMIGRANT CO. v. See Emigrant Co. v. Wright Oo. 
WYLIE V. COXE, 1.5 H. 415. 

Attorneys; eoiitiiig-ent fees, a | a 93 U. S. 558, Stanton v. EQibi-ey. 
AVYMAN, BABCOCK v. See Bahcocli: v. Wyma,n. 
WYNN, GARLAND v. See Garland v. Wynn. 
WYNN, THORNTON v. See Thornton v. Wynn. 
YARD, NEAV JERSEY v. See New Jersey v. Yard. 
YATES V. MILWAUKEE, 10 Wall. 497. 

Ripai-iMii i-iglits. a I a 18 Wall. 64, Weber ». Corn'ri!. 

Obsti-iictions t(i navigation, b | 6 21 Wall. 892, Atlee v. Packet Co. 

YATES, TURNER v. See Turner i>. Yates. 

YATES, U. S. .-. See U. S. v. Yates. 

YEATMAN v. SAVINGS INSTITUTION, 95 U. S. 764. 

Bankruptcy; assignee takessiib- > a 101 U. S. 738, Stevvait v. I'latt. 
ject to equities, a 

YEATON V. BANK OE ALEXANDRIA, 5 Cr. 49. 



Usage, a 

Negotiable paper; notice; due 
diligence; insolvency 



a 9 Wli. .582, Renner v. Bank Col. 
a 6 P. 715, U. S. V. Arreilondo. 
b 3 H. 529, Camden v. Doremns. 



YEATON V. FRY, 5 Cr. 335. 

Prize; running blockade, a 

YEATON V. LENOX, 7 P. 280. 

Supreme Court ; citation and writ \ a 6 H. 88, Villabolos v. U. S, 



a 2 Wall. 151, The Circassian. 



of eiror ; retni-n of. 
Second appeal, b 



I b H l-I. IIQ. U. S. V. Cnrry. 
, a 18 H. 534, Hudgins v. Kemp. 
; a 99 U. S. 609, Nat. Bank v. Bank. 

YEATON V. LYNN, 6 V. 830. 

Uistrictof Col.; Orptuins' Conrt.a | a S H. 409, AVest v. Smith. 

YEATON V. U. S., 5 Cr. 381. 



Admiralty jurisdiction ; seizures 
on navigal)l(^ waters, a 
Final decrees, b 
Penalties; reniis.-ion. c 
RepeaU; pending cases, d 

YERGER, EX I'ARTB, 8 Wall. 85. 

SupreirieCoui-t ; Iiabeas corpus, a 

Act of 1867.. b 

Statutes ; i-epeal by implication, c 



a 7 Cr. 112. Whelan v. U. S. 
bSF. 64, U. S. V. Preston, 
c 3 H. 548, Maryland !). B. R. Co. 
d 9 Wall. 375, Assessor v. Osboni. 



a IS Wall. 166, ex parte Lauge. 

b 97 U. S. 519, Coleman v. Temi. 

c 97 U. S. 543, Welch v. Cook. 

a 100 tJ. S. 342, ex parte Virginia. 

a 100 U. S. 374, ex parte Siebold. 
YOEMANS, MERRILL v. See Merriil v. Y'oeraans. 
YONLEY V. LAVENDER, 81 Wall. 876. 

U. S. courts; Probate Courts; [ a 92 U. S. 121, Kittredge v. Race, 
ad-ministi'ation. a 

YONTZ V. U. S., 33 H. 499. 

California; Mexican titles; snr- | a 1 Wall. 316, U. S. v. D'Aguirre. 
plus, a I 

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YORK CO. > . CENTRAL R. R. CO., 3 AVall. 111. 



Deposition-;; obiectioii'? to. a 
Carrie i-s ; rinlit to limit liability 
by special con tract. 6 
Jfeglisence. c 



3 Wall. li)2, BlacUlmrn v. Craw- 
ford. 
a 15 Wall. 160, Sohuttc v. Thomp- 
son. 
b 16 Wall. 32S, R. U. r. M'f'o- Co. 
17 Wall. :i7o, R. R. LocUwood. 
a 21 Wall. lis. Doanc v. Glenn. 
6 21 Wall. 267, Exp. Co.u Caklwell 
c 93 U. S. 188, Bank o. Exp. Co. 

YORK AND CUMBERLAND R. R. CO. v. MYERS, 18 H. 251. 

Bills of exceptions, a I a 1 Wall. .598, Ponieroy v. Bank, 

Exception.s to awards, b ' b '2 Wall. 128, Heckcrs v. IA>wler. 

6 91 V. S. 131, R. R. Co. v. Myers. 

YORK AND MARYLAND R. R. CO. v. WINANS, 17 H. 38. 

Corporations ; franchise ; sale i a 101 U. S. 84, Thomas v. R. R. 
and transfer, a 



YOSEMITE VALLEY CASE, 15 Wall. 77. 



Xo title acqnired by mere settle- 
ment upon the pnblic lands as 
against the U. S. a 

When the settler regarded as the 
equitable owner. 6 

YOrNG V. BANK OF ALEXANDRIA, 4 Cv. 39G. 



a 91 U. S. 338, Shepley v. Cowan. 
a 92 U. S. 319, BriUo-e v. R. R. Co. 
a 97 IT. S. 581, Hnsmer v. Wallace. 
6 9S U. S. 121, Wirth v. Branson. 



Supreme Court; writs of error 
to courts of the District of Colum- 
bia, a 

Leijislatiire cainiot harg-ain away 
the right of administering justice. 6 

YOUNG V. BLACK, 7 Or. 566. 

Demnrrei- to evidence, a 
Res judieala. b 
Judgment ; mei'ger. c 



YOUNG V. BKYAJ*, 6 Wh. 146. 

Negotiiible paper ; indorsees; suit 
in the U. S. courts ; llth section of 
judlciar}' act. a 

No protest required on promis- 
sory note. 6 



a 8 Cr. 251. Carter v. Cutting-. 
b 4 Wh. 240, Bank v. Oakley. 
a 19 Wall. 64, R. R. r. Churcli. 
6 98 U. S. 606, U. S. v. Pao. R. Co. 



a 20 H. 436, Suydam i). Williamson. 
6 24 H. 344, S. P. Co. v. Sickles. 
b 24 H. 579. Gaines v. Hennen. 
c 6 Wall. 234, Mason v. Eldred. 
6 7 Wall. 105, Aurora v. West. 

a 9 Wh. 538. Mollau v. Torrance. 
a 11 P. 82, Evans v. Gee. 
a 16 P. 93, Keary v. Far. Bank* 
6 2 H. 70, Bmke v. McKay. 
a o li. 288, Phillips v. Preston. 
a 13 H. 186, Colfee v. Plant. Bank. 



YOUNG, CLARK v. See Clark v. Young. 
YOUNG V. GODBE, 16 Wall. 564. 

Interest, a | a 22 Wall. 176, Burnhisel u Firman 

YOUNG V. GRUNDY, 6 Cr. 51. 

Equity ; pleadings ; admissions | a 16 P. 155, U. S. v. Miranda., 
in answer, a " a 7 Wall. 211, Brown u. Pierce. 

Case heard on pleadings, b | 6 17 Wall. 528, Board Pub. Works 

Final decrees, c u. Col. College. 

j c 23 Wall. 288, Thomas v. World- 
ridge. 

YOUNG, INS. CO. V. See Ins Co. v. Young. 

YOUNG, MARINE INS. CO. v. See Marine Ins. Co. i.. Young. 



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YOUNG V. MARTIN, 8 WaU. 354. 

Pleafliiio^ ; waiver of demmrei'. a a 10 Wall. 422, Campbell ». Wilcox 

Exceptions, b a 12 Wall. 84, R. R. Co. v. Hai ris. 

Supreme Court ; what constitutes 6 21 Wall. 162, Ins. Co. v. Sea. 

"the record." c c 91 U. S. 133, R. R. v. Trustees. 

YOUNG, STRINGER v. See Stringer u. TounK. 

YOUNG, U. S. V. See U. S. d. Young. 

YOUNG V. V. S., 97 U. S. 39. 

Civil war; capture of cotton, a | a 97 U. S. 605, Ford v. Surgett. 

YOUNG, 'WOOD V. See Wood v. Young. 
YOUNGE V. GUILBEAU, 3 -Wall. 641. 

Deeds; delivery, a \ a 5 Wall. 86, Parmeleeu. Simpson. 

YULEE, U. S. V. See U. S. ■v. Yulee. 
YUIBE V. VOSE, 99 U. S. 539. 

Removals, a I a 100 U. S. 474, Removal Cases. 

ZABRISKIE V. CLEVEI.AND, &c., R. R. CO., 33 H. 400. 



Corporations; contracts; repre- 
sentations; estoppel, a 
Guaranty. 6 



ZACHARIE, BLACK v. 
ZACHAKIE, BOYLE v. 
ZANB, MATHEWS v. 
ZANE, PRENTICE v. 
ZELLEK V. ECKEKT, 4 H 

Trusts; limitations, a 
Bills oE exceptions. 6 



a 24 H. 300, Bissell v .Jeflfersonville 
a 24 H. 375, Amey v. Alleghany. 
u, 2B1.722, Moran v. Miama Co. 
a 7 Wall. 413, R. R. v. Howard. 
6 20 Wall. 311, Memphis!). Brown. 
a 93 U. S. 513, Randolph v. Post. 
a 94 U. S. 73, Leavenworth Co. u. 

Barnes. 
a 99 U. S. 96, Hackett v. Ottawa. 
See Black v. Zacharie. 
See Boyle v. Zacharie. 
See Mathews v. Zane. 
See Prentice v. Zane. 
389. 

a 5 H. 260, Taylor v. Benham. 



ZELLNER, EX PARTE, 9 Wall. 344. 

Repealing statutes., a 
Captured and abandoned prop- 
erty act. 6 



6 5 H. 288, Phillips v. Preston. 
6 11 H. 158, U. S. V. Morgan. 
6 18 H. 248, York R. R. v. Myers. 
b 1 Bl. 220, Johnson v. Jones. 

a 11 Wall. 22. Ins. Co. v. Dunham. 
b 22 Wall. 96, Haycraft v. U. S.