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FILIPINOS. See Aliens, 9.

Page.

FORECLOSURE. See Railroads.

FRAUD. See Assignment; Bankruptcy, 9, 10; Constitutional

Law, IV, 6; Equity, 1, 2.

FREEDOM OF SPEECH. See Constitutional Law, VI; IX,

21, 22.

GRAIN STANDARDS ACT. See Const. L., IV, 3.

GUARANTY:

1. Set-Off; Subrogation. Guarantor of bank deposit can not
set off assignment from depositor against liability to bank
under guaranty of fidelity of its officer. U.S. F. & G. Co.
v. Wooldridge ..

234
2. Doctrine of Relation, inapplicable. Id.

GUARDIAN AND WARD. See Equity, 1.

HABEAS CORPUS. See Parties, 4.

1. Extradition Proceedings, how far reëxaminable in habeas
corpus. Fernandez v. Phillips.....

311
2. After Criminal Conviction. Inapplicable to review suffi-
ciency of information as pleading, defective allegation of
venue, or constitutionality of state law that defect is waived
by failure to demur. Knewel v. Egan....

442

HARRISON LAW. See Narcotics, 2.

HIGHWAYS. See Constitutional Law, IX, 10, 11; Public

Lands, 2.

HUSBAND AND WIFE. See Aliens, 1-6.

IMMIGRANTS. See Aliens.

IMMUNITY. See Federal Trade Commission.

INCOME TAX. See Taxation, I, 3–12.
INDIANS:

Fraudulent Lease, by Indian's guardian; right of United
States to regain property or proceeds for ward. U. S. v.

121

Dunn...

INHERITANCE. See Taxation, I, 4, 13; II, 6–11.

INJUNCTIONS. See Parties, 2.

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1. Inadequate Legal Remedy. Restraint of public service
commission order fixing confiscatory street car fares need not
await decision of commission on rehearing. Banton v. Belt
Line Ry......

413
2. Parties. Corporation deprived of property by confisca-
tory rate proper plaintiff, though controlling corporation
benefited by same regulation does not sue. Id.
3. Unconstitutional Statute, enjoining anticipated action
under. Pierce v. Soc. of Sisters...

510

INSOLVENCY. See Assignment; Bankruptcy.

INSURANCE. See Trading with Enemy Act.

INTERNATIONAL LAW. See Aliens; Boundaries; Employ-

ers Liability Act, 1, 2; Extradition; Trading with the
Enemy Act; Treaties.

85

INTERSTATE COMMERCE ACTS. See Anti-Trust Acts;

Employers Liability Act; Evidence, 4, 5; Federal Trade
Commission.
1. Damages, due to delay-notice of claim for may be re-
quired by Express Company unless caused by carelessness
or negligence. Barrett v. Van Pelt....
2. Id. Burden of Proof on shipper to show carelessness or
negligence. Id.
3. Id. Final Carrier, named in through bill of lading re-
sponsible for negligence of carrier employed as its agent to
switch car over latter's tracks to consignees warehouse in
city of destination. Missouri Pac. R. R. Co. v. Reynolds-
Davis Co.......

366
4. Id. Action for Damages, accruing during federal control,
against Director General of Railroads exclusively. Davis
v. Cohen Co......

638
5. Id. Amendment, of action against railroad substituting
Director General or Federal Agent, begins new action. Id.
6. Id. Limitations. State statute allowing such amend-
ment after two years from date of Transportation Act,
repugnant to that act and void. Id.
7. Reparation. Award. Limitation. Failure to apply in
two years not only bars remedy but destroys cause of action.
Danzer & Co. v. Gulf & Ship Island R. R. Co.....

633

INTERSTATE COMMERCE ACTS—Continued.

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8. Suspension of Limitation, by Transportation Act, during
period of federal control, does not, and could not constitu-
tionally, apply to claims barred when act was passed. Id.
9. Federal Control. Execution of process, on carrier's prop-
erty, forbidden by Transportation Act, but not entry of
judgment. North Carolina R. R. Co. v. Story...

288
10. Alternative Rates. Right of shipper to choose lower.
U.S. v. Gulf Refining Co.....

542
11. Unfinished Products, lower rates for. Id.
12. "Gasoline"; "Naphtha." Rates on. Id.

13. Elkins Act. Burden of proof. Id.
INTOXICATING LIQUORS. See Prohibition.
IRRIGATION. See Waters.
JAPANESE. See Aliens, 7–9.
JUDGES. See Constitutional Law, II.
JUDGMENTS. See Anti-Trust Acts, 6; Claims, 1; Interstate

Commerce Acts, 9; Jurisdiction; Procedure.
1. Res Judicata. Effect of erroneous judgment. North
Carolina R. R. Co. v. Story...

288
2. Id. Construction of judgment; effect of reasoning in
opinion. Id.
3. Id. Effect of discharge in removal proceedings. U. S.
v. Levy.

390
4. Certiorari, to interlocutory judgment in criminal case.
U.S. v. Gulf Refining Co...

542
JURISDICTION. See Admiralty; Bankruptcy; Procedure.

I. Generally, p. 729.
II. Jurisdiction of this Court:

(1) Generally, p. 729.
(2) Over Circuit Court of Appeals, p. 729.
(3) Over District Court, p. 729.
(4) Over Territorial Courts, p. 729.

(5) Over State Courts, p. 729.
III. Jurisdiction of District Court, p. 730.
IV. Jurisdiction of Court of Claims, p. 731.
V. Jurisdiction of Court of Customs Appeals, p. 731.

Appeal, error and certiorari. See II, (2); II, (4); II, (5),
1, 2, 4.
Final judgments. II, (2); II, (5); V, 2.
Federal and local questions. II, (5), 5, 6, 7; III, 7. 8.

JURISDICTION-Continued.

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I. Generally.

1. Trial de novo, on appeal in Admiralty. Standard Oil Co.
v. So. Pac. Co.....

146
2. Parties; Compromise with some, when consistent with
prosecution of appeal against others. U. S. v. Dunn...... 121
3. Rule of Property. Federal courts follow state court deci-
sions determining title to land. Hines Trustees v. Martin. . 458
4. Interlocutory Appeal. Power to dismiss bill. R. R. Co.

.
v. Story...

288

II. Jurisdiction of this Court.

(1) In General.
1. Bankruptcy General Orders and Forms, cannot add to
substantive provisions of statute. Meek v. Banking Co... 426
2. Stare Decisis peculiarly applicable to decisions of this
Court affecting business interests of country. U. S. v. Flan-
nery...

98
McCaughn v. Ludington...

106
3. Amendment, of defective allegation of residence. Realty
Holding Co. v. Donaldson...

398
(2) Over Circuit Court of Appeals.
1. Certiorari, in criminal case, where judgment not final.
U.S. v. Gulf Ref. Co.....

542
2. Appeal or Certiorari. Latter alone where jurisdiction of
District Court depends solely on diverse citizenship. B. &
0. R. R. v. Parkersburg..

35
(3) Over District Court.
1. Suit by State, to enjoin federal officer from interference
with reserved powers, appealable directly. Colorado v. Toll. 228
2. Findings, in action on claim against United States.
Reading Steel Casting Co. v. U.S.......

186
3. Id. Admissions of parties also considered. Id.
(4) Over Territorial Courts.
Certiorari; Porto Rico. Certiorari not ordinarily granted
to review local questions. Cami v. Central Victoria.. ... 469
(5) Over State Courts.
1. Error or Certiorari. Judgment enforcing special assess-
ment over constitutional objection to underlying statute,
reviewable by error. Lee v. Road Imp. Dist....

643

JURISDICTION—Continued.

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2. Id. Error to judgment sustaining administrative order
fixing confiscatory railroad rates. Nor. Pac. Ry. v. Dept.
of Public Works.....

39
3. Inferior State Court. When writ of error directed to.
Davis v. Cohen & Co......

638
4. Final Judgment; Certiorari. Judgment affirming refusal
to grant injunction on pleadings and leaving nothing to be
done but dismiss petition to restrain tax collection, final and
reviewable by certiorari. North Carolina R. R. v. Story... 288
5. Federal Question, must be raised in State Court. Realty
Co. v. Kleinert..

646
6. Id. Assignment of Error, and specification in brief,
requisite. Id.
7. State Statute. Construction of by state court binding.
Land Co. v. Hoffman..

276

III. Jurisdiction of District Court. See Admiralty; Bank-

ruptcy.
1. In Personam. Jurisdiction limited to district in which
defendant inhabitant or can be found. Robertson v. Labor
Board ..

619
2. Subpoena under Transportation Act, in suit by Railroad
Labor Board to compel attendance of witness, does not run
out of district. Id.
3. Diverse Citizenship. Necessary party plaintiff must be
aligned as such. B. & 0. R. R. v. Parkersburg....

35
4. Id. “Resident " not equivalent to citizen in alleging.
Realty Holding Co. v. Donaldson...

398
5. Id. Amendment of allegation. Id.
6. Assignee Clause. Applies to suit for specific performance
of lease covenant. Id.
7. Id. Inapplicable where cause arises under law of United
States. Sowell y. Fed. Reserve Bank...

449
8. Action by Federal Reserve Bank, is one arising under laws
of United States. Judicial Code § 24—“first.” Id.
9. Id. Such banks not national banks subject to restriction
of Judicial Code § 24, Sixteenth. Id.
10. Admiralty. Collision damaging piles in navigable waters,
Doullut & Williams Co. v. U. S.......

33
11. Bankruptcy. Sec. 5c of Act relates only to venue or
territorial jurisdiction. Meek v. Banking Co...

426

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