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1919, February 24, 40 Stat. 1057 :

Feather River Lumber Co---
Minis et al., executors.-
Second National Bank of Saginaw, trustee_
United Profit-Sharing Corporation---
Safford et al., executors.----
Stauffer, Eshleman & Co., Ltd.-
Wells Mfg. Co----
Bell & Co. et al...
Milwaukee Motor Products, Inc.-
Kreamer, Inc_
Jonesboro Grocer Co----
Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co----
Mimnaugh, jr., executar -
Broadway Savings Trust Co-----
Long -
Minnesota Mutual Life Ins. Co__
Colgate & Co---
Kaltenbach
Abbotto-
Sweet, Inc.--
Morrisdale Land Co------

Clark Distilling Co---1919, March 1, 40 Stat. 1213, Wall--1919, March 2, 40 Stat. 1272:

Harris et al.
Goetz, trustee---
Mazer Acoustile Co---

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Manowitz ---1919, July 11, 41 Stat. 157, Western Union Telegraph Co---1919, October 28, 41 Stat. 305 :

Corning Distilling Co----

Luckenbach S. S. Co----1919, November 10, 41 Stat. 353, Luckenbach S. S. Co----1920, February 28, 41 Stat. 456 :

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Ry. Co---

Niagara Junction Ry. Co-------
1920, May 18, 41 Stat. 601, Bullard, administratrix.-
1920, June 4, 41 Stat. 759, De Court------
1920, June 5, 41 Stat. 948, Luckenbach S. S. Co---
1920, June 5, 41 Stat. 988, Burns et al., receivers -
1921, February 6, 41 Stat. 1097, Osage Tribe of Indians --
1921, May 27, 42 Stat. 8, Luckenbach S. S. Co---
1921, November 23, 42 Stat. 227 :

Feather River Lumber Co------
Minis et al., executors_-
Lupfer et al.

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1921, November 23, 42 Stat. 227–Continued.

Nyberg, administrator.----
Safford et al., executors_--
Stauffer, Eshleman & Co., Ltd.
Wells Mfg. Co----
Milwaukee Motor Products, Inc.---
Advance Automobile Accessories Corporation. -
Jonesboro Grocer Co-------
Ward Baking Corporation --
Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Co.-
Colgate & Co.-----
Saunders System Washington Co-----
Kaltenbach_----
Clinchfield Navigation Co--
Abbott..
Sweet, Inc.
Morrisdale Land Co.----
Alaska Consolidated Canneries..

Clark Distilling Co--1922, June 10, 42 Stat. 625 :

De Court
Bullard, administratrix.--
Hoffman
Tomlinson.
Haas.

Glennon.
1922, June 30, 42 Stat. 716, De Court----
1922, July 1, 42 Stat. 814, Burns et al., receivers.---
1922, September 21, 42 Stat. 1004, Luckenbach S. S. Co----
1923, March 4, 42 Stat. 1504, Minnesota Mutual Life Ins. Co---
1924, April 2, 43 Stat. 33, Benedict, trustee ---
1924, May 31, 43 Stat. 245, Calhoun, administrator.-
1924, May 31, 43 Stat. 250, Glennon.---
1924, June 2, 43 Stat. 253 :

Stauffer, Eshleman & Co., Ltd.
Wells Mfg. Co-----
Bell & Co. et al.--
Milwaukee Motor Products, Inc.---
Advance Automobile Accessories Corporation..
Jonesboro Grocer Co-----
Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co.
Fox Company---
Ward Baking Corporation.--
Minnesota Mutual Life Ins. Co----
Colgate & Co ----
Abbott
Morrisdale Land Co---
Alaska Consolidated Canneries.--
Clark Distilling Co-----

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1925, March 3, 43 Stat. 1115, Minnesota Mutual Life Ins. Co__
1925, March 4, 43 Stat. 1269, Electric Boat Co---
1926, February 26, 44 Stat. 9:

Merrill et al., administrators---
Second National Bank of Saginaw, trustee.
Stauffer, Eshleman & Co., Ltd.---
Wells Mfg. Co------
Minnesota Mutual Life Ins. Co.-
Colgate & Co----
White Dental Mfg. Co---

Clark Distilling Co----
1926, July 3, 44 Stat. 900, Luckenbach S. S. Co----
1927, February 28, 44 Stat. 1250, Wells Mfg. Co--
1927, March 3, 44 Stat. 1335, Colgate, administrator-
1928, March 12, 45 Stat. 310, Calhoun, administrator..
1928, May 29, 45 Stat. 791 :

Merrill et al., administrators_.
Clinchfield Navigation Co-----
White Dental Mfg. Co----
Clark Distilling Co.---

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Section 1059, Benedict, trustee_
Section 1066, Benedict, trustee.
Section 1453, Hoffman.--
Section 3220, Wells Mfg. Co----
Section 3226 :

Stauffer, Eshleman & Co., Ltd.

Jonesboro Grocer Co----Section 3228 :

Jonesboro Grocer Co.

Minnesota Mutual Life Ins. Co---Section 3689, Wells Mfg. Co----Section 3709, Dold Packing CoSection 3744:

Mazer Acoustile Co---

Electric Boat Co----
Section 4009, Luckenbach S. S. Co----
Section 4916, Perfect Window Regulator Co---
Section 5266, Western Union Telegraph Co----
Section 5451, Harris et al. ----

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Section 145, Benedict, trustee --
Section 156:

Mazer Acoustile Co-----
Hugger et al------

Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co----
Section 177 :

Mattern et al., executors..
Clinchfield Navigation Co.---
White Dental Mfg. Co------

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PROCEEDINGS ON THE DEATHS OF JUDGE CHARLES B. HOWRY AND CHIEF JUSTICE STANTON J. PEELLE, RETIRED

On October 1, 1928, the court, having met according to adjournment, announced the deaths during the summer recess of Judge Charles B. Howry and Chief Justice Stanton J. Peelle, former members of the court.

Thereupon the court was addressed by members of the bar as follows:

By Mr. George A. King:

Since this court last met two of its former judges retired from active service for many years have passed away.

Charles B. Howry was born at Oxford, Mississippi, May 14, 1844. His education at the University of Mississippi was suspended by the call to arms. As a mere boy he enlisted in the Confederate Army as a private, later became an officer, and was severely wounded. When the war was over he studied law and engaged in active practice. He described the legal fraternity of Mississippi in his early days with just pride as "a bar inferior to none in its day and generation." (Ayres v. United States, 42 C. Cls. 385, 399.) In 1893 he was appointed Assistant Attorney General, and in 1897 judge of the Court of Claims by President Cleveland. He retired in 1915. His activity still continued after his retirement. He acted as chairman of a board of arbitration between twelve railroads and their employees. He passed away at the age of 84, July 20, 1928.

Stanton J. Peelle was born near Richmond, Indiana, February 11, 1843. At the outbreak of the Civil War he enlisted in the Union Army as a corporal, was soon promoted to an officer, and served throughout the war. After the war he studied law and practiced at Indianapolis. He served as a member of both the State and national legislatures. In 1892 he was appointed judge of the Court of Claims by President Harrison, and in 1906 chief justice by President Roosevelt. He retired at the age of 70 in 1913. He continued after his retirement to take an active interest in church and charitable work as he had done all his life. He also took an active interest in the cause of good government in Montgomery County, Maryland, where he resided for a number of years after his retirement. After the World War he was called back into public service as a member of the War Department Claims Board where his great knowledge of the law of Government contracts

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