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No. 4,415.-STATE, RESPONDENT, V. WILL PERCY, AP

PELLANT.

Appeal from District Court, Fergus County; Roy E. Ayers, Judge.

Decided May 16, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-At the personal request of appellant that the appeal in the above-entitled cause be not prosecuted, it is dismissed.

Mr. John A. Coleman, for Appellant.

No. 4,862.-MONTANA GRAIN GROWERS, RESPONDENT, v. M. J. WEERSING, APPELLANT.

Appeal from District Court, Cascade County.

Decided May 16, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-On motion of respondent asking for the dismissal of the appeal herein on the ground of failure to file transcript, the appeal is dismissed.

Mr. John W. Stanton, for Respondent.

No. 4,836.-MONTANA GRAIN GROWERS, RESPONDENT, v. B. A. SCOLLARD, APPELLANT.

Appeal from District Court, Cascade County.

Decided May 20, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-On motion of respondent to dismiss the appeal herein because an undertaking on appeal has not been filed, the appeal is dismissed.

Mr. John W. Stanton, for Respondent.

No. 4,462.-STATE, RESPONDENT, v. CAROLINE HENKEL,

APPELLANT.

Appeal from District Court, Flathead County; T. A. Thompson, Judge.

Decided May 23, 1921.

PER CURIAM.—On motion of appellant, the appeal herein is dismissed.

Messrs. Logan & Child, for Appellant.

No. 4,883.-N. C. FOLGER, APPELLANT, v. UPPER GLENDIVE-FALLON IRRIGATION DISTRICT, RESPONDENT. Appeal from District Court, Dawson County; Daniel L. O'Hern, Judge.

Decided June 4, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-On motion of appellant the appeal in the above-entitled cause is dismissed as settled.

Messrs. Loud & Leavitt, for Appellant.

No. 4,413.-LAURA STEWART, RESPONDENT, V. GEORGE ABEL, APPELLANT.

Appeal from District Court, Yellowstone County; A. C. Spencer, Judge.

Decided June 7, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-It having been made to appear to the court that the above-entitled cause has been settled, the appeal is dismissed.

Messrs. Reynolds & Shea, for Appellant.

No. 4,418.-MABEL B. POINTER, APPELLANT, v. THOMAS MULLIN, RESPONDENT.

Appeal from District Court, Powell County; Geo. B. Winston, Judge.

Decided June 8, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-This cause coming on for hearing this day, and counsel for the respective parties not appearing and briefs not having been filed, the appeal is dismissed.

Mr. W. E. Keeley and Mr. W. E. Castleton, for Appellant.

No. 4,891.-STATE EX REL. THE SEVEN PRODUCTS CO., RELATOR, v. DISTRICT COURT ET AL., RESPONDENTS. Original application for Writ of Prohibition directed to the District Court of the Second Judicial District, and W. E. Carroll, a Judge thereof.

Decided June 20, 1921.

PER CURIAM.--The application of the relator herein for writ of prohibition is, after due consideration, denied.

Messrs. Frank & Gaines, for Relator.

No. 4,885.-HARRIET W. BOULET, RESPONDENT, v. BUTTE MOTORS CAR CO., APPELLANT.

Appeal from District Court, Silver Bow County.

Decided June 20, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-On motion of respondent in the aboveentitled cause, the appeal is dismissed.

Mr. Harry Meyer, for Appellant.

Mr. John G. Brown, for Respondent.

No. 4,896.-VICTORIA HAYDEN, APPELLANT, v. MARY E.

LALOR, RESPONDENT.

Appeal from District Court, Granite County; Geo. B. Winston, Judge.

Decided June 29, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-Upon stipulation of the parties, the appeal in the above-entitled cause is dismissed.

Mr. J. J. McDonald, Mr. E. F. Flynn and Mr. S. P. Wilson, for Appellant.

Messrs. Cooper, Stephenson & Hoover and Messrs. Rodgers & Rodgers, for Respondent.

No. 4,897.-STATE EX REL. HAROLD WORDAL, RELATOR, v. DISTRICT COURT ET AL., RESPONDENTS.

Original application for Writ of Supervisory Control directed to the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, and Asa L. Duncan, a Judge thereof.

Decided June 30, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-The application of the relator for writ of supervisory control is, after due consideration, denied.

Mr. Jos. R. Wine, for Relator.

No. 4,899.-MID NORTHERN OIL CO., PLAINTIFF, v. J. W. WALKER, STATE TREASURER, ET AL., DEFENDANTS.

Original action for injunction to restrain defendant from carrying out the provisions of House Bill No. 115 of the Seventeenth Legislative Assembly (Chap. 266, Laws 1921).

Decided July 1, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-The application of plaintiff for an order requiring defendants to show cause why they should not be restrained from carrying out the provisions of Chapter 266, Laws of 1921, and asking that the court take original jurisdiction, is, after due consideration denied.

Mr. Donald Campbell, for Plaintiff.

No. 4,909.-STATE EX REL. JAMES TROGLIA, RELATOR, v. DISTRICT COURT ET AL., RESPONDENTS.

Original application for Writ of Supervisory Control directed to the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District, and Jos. C. Smith, a Judge thereof.

Decided September 13, 1921.

PER CURIAM.-The application of the relator herein for writ of supervisory control is, after due consideration, denied.

Mr. J. R. Jones, for Relator.

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