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196 U.S.

Opinions Per Curiam, Etc.

OPINIONS PER CURIAM, ETC., FROM DECEMBER 13,

1904, TO FEBRUARY 20, 1905.

No. 106. SAMUEL A. V. HARTWELL, APPELLANT, v. JOHN H. HAVIGHORST. Appeal from the Supreme Court of the Territory of Oklahoma. Argued December 15, 1904. Decided December 19, 1904. Per Curiam. Decree affirmed with costs. Johnson v. Towsley, 13 Wall. 72; Marquez v. Frisbie, 101 U. S. 473; Quinby v. Conlan, 104 U. S. 420; Gardner v. Bonestell, 180 U. S. 362; Potter v. Hall, 189 U. S. 292; Payne v. Robertson, 169 U. S. 323. Case reported below 11 Oklahoma, 189, and see Paine v. Foster, 9 Oklahoma, 213, 257; Acers v. Snyder, 8 Oklahoma, 659. Mr. William C. Prentiss for appellant. Mr. A. G. C. Bierer for appellee.

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ORIGINAL. Ex parte: IN THE MATTER OF EDWARD E. BESSETTE, PETITIONER. Submitted December 19, 1904. Decided January 3, 1905. Motion for leave to file petition for a writ of mandamus denied. Mr. William Velpau Rooker for petitioner.

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No. 314. THE UNITED STATES, APPELLANT, v. Jock COE; No. 315. THE UNITED STATES, APPELLANT, v. Bong MENG; and No. 316. THE UNITED STATES, APPELLANT, v. Woo JOE. Appeals from the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Ohio. Submitted January 3, 1905. Decided January 9, 1905. Per Curiam. Final orders and decrees reversed, and causes remanded for further proceedings in conformity to law. United States, Petitioner, 194 U. S. 194; Fong Yue Ting v. United States, 149 U.S. 698; Chin Bak

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Kan v. United States, 186 U. S. 193; Ah How v. United States, 193 U. S. 65; United States v. Sing Tuck, 194 U. S. 161. The Attorney General and Mr. Assistant Attorney General McReynolds for appellant. No brief filed for appellees.

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No. –, ORIGINAL. Ex parte: IN THE MATTER OF THOMAS E. BARRETT, PETITIONER; No. - Original. Ex parte: IN THE MATTER OF John P. DOLAN, PETITIONER; and No. —, ORIGI

Ex parte: IN THE MATTER OF FRANK GARRETT, PETITIONER. Submitted January 3, 1905. Decided January 9, 1905. Motions for leave to file petitions for writs of habeas

denied. Mr. Chester H. Krum and Mr. James L. Minnis for petitioners.

corpus denied.

No. 140. NG HONG LI, APPELLANT, v. THE UNITED STATES. Appeal from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of New York. Argued January 20, 1905. Decided January 23, 1905. Per Curiam. Judgment affirmed on the authority of Ah How v. United States, 193 U. S. 65, and cases cited. Mr. Max J. Kohler for appellant. The Attorney General and Mr. Assistant Attorney General Robb for appellee.

No. 189. F. M. WIRGMAN ET AL., APPELLANTS, v. H. H. PERSONS ET AL., RECEIVERS, ETC. Appeal from the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Mo tions to dismiss or affirm and petition for writ of certiorari submitted January 16, 1905. Decided January 23, 1905. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. United States v. Jahn, 155 U. S. 109; McLish v. Roff, 141 U. S. 661; Robinson v. Caldwell, 165 U. S. 359; American Sugar Refining

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Company v. New Orleans, 181 U. S. 277; Ayres v. Polsdorfer, 187 U. S. 585; Colorado Mining Company v. Turck, 150 U. S. 138; Ex parte Jones, 164 U, S. 691. Case below, 126 Fed. Rep. 449, 454. Petition for a writ of certiorari denied. Mr. F. H. Busbee for appellants. Mr. Norris Morey for appellees.

No. 156. THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY CAL. ET AL., PLAINTIFFS IN ERROR, v. ROBERT H. THOMPSON. In error to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Submitted January 24, 1905. Decided January 30, 1905. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Press Publishing Company v. Monroe, 164 U. S. 105; Ex parte Jones, 164 U. S. 691; Benjamin v. New Orleans, 169 U. S. 161; Rouse v. Letcher, 156 U. S. 47; Gregory v. Van Ee, 160 U. S. 643. Case below, 122 Fed. Rep. 860; 116 Fed. Rep. 832. Mr. John D. Works for plaintiffs in error. Mr. C. C. Wright for defendant in error.

No. 510. THOMAS DENNISON, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, v. GEORGE M. CHRISTIAN. In error to the Supreme Court of the State of Nebraska. Motions to dismiss or affirm submitted January 23, 1905. Decided January 30, 1905. Per Curiam. Judgment affirmed with costs. Munsey v. Clough, 196 U. S. 364; Hyatt v. Cockran, 188 U. S. 691; Roberts v. Reilly, 116 U. S. 80; Dower v. Richards, 151 U. S. 658; Egan v. Hart, 165 U. S. 188; Blythe v. Hinckley, 180 U. S. 333. Case below, 101 N. W. Rep. 1045. Mr. H. C. Brome in support of motions. Mr. W.J. Connell, Mr. C. J. Smyth and Mr. Ed. P. Smith opposing

No. 388. EMMA THOMAS ET AL., PLAINTIFFS IN ERROR, v.

Decisions on Petitions for Writs of Certiorari.

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JOSEPH P. BLAIR ET AL. In error to the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana. Motions to dismiss or affirm submitted January 30, 1905. Decided February 20, 1905. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Marrow v. Brinkley, 129 U. S. 178; Israel v. Arthur, 152 U.S. 355, 362; Central Land Company v. Laidley, 159 U. S. 103, 112; Harrison v. Morton, 171 U. S. 38; Pierce v. Somerset Railway, 171 U. S. 641. Mr. George Denegre and Mr. Charles Payne Fenner in support of motions. Mr. John G. Johnson, Mr. Elihu Root, Mr. Henry L. Lazarus and Mr. Henry Denis opposing.

Decisions on Petitions for Writs of Certiorari from

December 13, 1904, to February 20, 1905.

No. 454. JAMES L. LOMBARD, PETITIONER, V. ANGLOAMERICAN LAND MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY (LIMITED); No. 455. B. LOMBARD, JR., PETITIONER, V. ANGLOAMERICAN LAND MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY (LIMITED); No. 456. CHESHIRE PROVIDENT INSTITUTION, PETITIONER, v. FREDERICK HERBERT RAMSDEN; and No. 457. KEENE FIVE CENT Savings BANK, PETITIONER, v. FREDERICK HERBERT RAMSDEN. December 19, 1904. Petition for writs of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit denied. Mr. Frank Hagerman for petitioners. Mr. John A. Eaton for respondents.

No. 470. EDWARD E. BESSETTE, PETITIONER, v. THE W. B. CONKEY COMPANY. January 3, 1905. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit denied. Mr. William Velpau Rooker for petitioner. Mr. Jacob Newman, Mr. S. 0. Levinson and Mr. B. V. Becker for respondent.

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