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Decisions announced without Opinions.

Company. Third Circuit. Denied May 21, 1900. Mr. John F. Lewis and Mr. Horace L. Cheney for petitioner. Mr. J. Rodman Paul and Mr. John Hampton Barnes opposing.

No. 643. UNITED STATES REPAIR & GUARANTY COMPANY V. ASSYRIAN ASPHALT COMPANY. Seventh Circuit. Granted May 21, 1900. Mr. Ernest Wilkinson and Mr. Lysander Hill for petitioner.

No. 647. ANGLE, ADMINISTRATrix, v. Chicago, St. Paul, MINNEAPOLIS & Omaha RailwAY COMPANY. Seventh Circuit. Denied May 21, 1900. Mr. Milton I. Southard, Mr. F. J. Lamb and Mr. Burr W. Jones for petitioners. Mr. Thomas Wilson and Mr. S. A. Lynde opposing.

No. 648. LAKE STREET ELEVATED RAILROAD COMPANY V. FARMERS' LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois. (Denied May 21, 1900. Mr. Clarence Knight for petitioner.) Mr. Monroe L. Willard, Mr. Herbert B. Turner, Mr. Wm. Burry and Mr. John J. Herrick opposing.

No. 650. UNITED STATES V. AMERICAN STEAMSHIP “ LAURADA.” Third Circuit. Granted May 21, 1900. Mr. Justice McKenna took no part in the decision of this petition. Mr. Attorney General and Mr. Solicitor General for petitioner. Mr. Andrew C. Gray opposing.

No. 649. CITY OF NEW ORLEANS v. WARNER. Fifth Circuit. Granted May 28, 1900. Mr. Samuel L. Gilmore, Mr. Branch K. Miller and Mr. H. Generes Dufour for petitioner. Mr. Richard DeGray, Mr. J. D. Rouse, Mr. Wm. Grant and Mr. H. M. Jordan opposing.

Decisions announced without Opinions.

No. 655. YEAGER v. UNITED STATES. Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia. Denied May 28, 1900. Mr. II. J. May and Mr. F. Edward Mitchell for petitioner. Mr. Attorney General and Mr. Solicitor General opposing.

No. 656. BIRD v. Halsey. Fourth Circuit. Denied May 28, 1900. Mr. F. S. Kirkpatrick for petitioner. Mr. John W. Daniel opposing.

No. 583. AMERICAN Sugar REFINING COMPANY v. UNITED States. Second Circuit. Granted May 28, 1900. Mr. John E. Parsons and Mr. Henry B. Closson for petitioner. Mr. Attorney General, Mr. Solicitor General and Mr. Assistant Attorney General Hoyt opposing.

APPENDIX.

I.

SUMMARY STATEMENT OF BUSINESS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR OCTOBER TERM, 1899.

Original Docket.
Number of cases,
Number of cases disposed of,
Leaving undisposed of,

18 4

14

304 370

Appellate Docket.
Number of cases on appellate Docket at close of October

Terin, 1898,
Number of cases docketed at October Term, 1899,

,
Total,
Number of cases disposed of at October Term, 1899, .
Number of cases remaining undisposed of, showing a

reduction of one case,

674

.

.

371

303

II.

AMENDMENT TO RULES.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.

OCTOBER TERM, 1899.

Ordered, That an amendment be made of Rule 31 of this court, to take effect at the commencement of October Term, 1900, so that the Rule as amended shall read as follows:

31.

FORM OF PRINTED RECORDS AND BRIEFS.

All records, arguments and briefs, printed for the use of the court, must be in such form and size that they can be conveniently bound together, so as to make an ordinary octavo volume; and, as well as all quotations contained therein, and the covers thereof, must be printed in clear type (never smaller than small pica) and on unglazed paper.

(Promulgated May 14, 1900.)

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