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2. Regulation of Prices. Classfication of distributors of milk for
3. Insurance Companies. Penalties. Statute making insurer lia-
Public Contracts. Heard Act. Limitations on right of subcon-
nity Co. v. U.S., 476.
6–7; Contractors' Bonds; Insurance, 3; Interstate Commerce, 2.
See Alabama v. Arizona, 286.
CORPORATIONS. See Antitrust Acts, 2; Taxation, I, 1, 6.
Ultra Vires. Estoppel. Right of national bank to have set
COURT OF CLAIMS. See Claims, 2.
CREDITORS' SUITS. See Bankruptcy, 2.
1. Effect of Repeal of statute on pending prosecutions. U.S. v.
2. Procedure. When burden of proof may be shifted to de
3. Evidence of abandonment of conspiracy. Local 167 v. U.S.,
4. View. Statements to jury pointing out specific objects to be
5. Id. Designation of counsel for parties as showers held not
6. Id. Statement by judge at view in absence of accused that
7. Id. That judge told jury view was evidence held immate-
DAMAGES. See Constitutional Law, VI, (B), 5; VI, (C), 3.
Right of Action. Death by wrongful act in place subject to
resentative. Murray v. Gerrick & Co., 315.
See Alabama v. Arizona, 286.
DELAWARE. See Boundaries, 1.
DELEGATION. See Constitutional Law, I, 9.
DEPORTATION. See Aliens, 4.
EJUSDEM GENERIS. See Statutes, 9.
1. Effect of Safety Appliance Acts. Provision of Employers'
2. Actions. Suit under Employers' Liability Act in connection
ENLISTED MEN. See Army.
EQUITY. See Fraud; Jurisdiction, I, 5-8.
National bank and its receiver not estopped to deny validity of
Marion v. Sneeden, 262.
1. In General. In absence of congressional legislation, admissi-
2. Judicial Notice that ratification of Twenty-first Amend-
3. Presumptions. Capacity of woman for childbearing; appli-
5. Statutory Presumptions. See Morrison v. California, 82.
7. Confidential Communications. Husband and Wife. Rule ex-
8. Id. As privilege suppresses relevant testimony, it should be
9. Id. Communication from husband to wife through medium
10. Value. Evidence of value of property of public utility in
Action for death by wrongful act. Murray v. Gerrick & Co., 315.
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION. See Antitrust Acts, 2.
1. Jurisdiction. In General. Types of practices held subject to
2. Id. That practice involve fraud or deception is not essential
3. Id. Unfair Methods of Competition. Order banning sale of
4. Id. Order forbidding sale of Western Yellow Pine as Cali-
5. Id. Meaning of “unfair methods of competition," Federal
7. Id. Proceeding to restrain sale of candy in “ break and take"
8. Findings. Evidence. Evidence supported findings that "Cali-
9. Id. That “ California White Pine” was classed as trade
10. Orders. Requirement that “White” be omitted from name
11. Review of Orders. Conclusiveness of findings. Federal
v. Keppel & Bro., 304.
Meaning of, as used in Heard Act. Globe Indemnity Co. v. U.S.,
FINDINGS. See Federal Trade Commission, 8-9, 11; Jurisdic-
tion, I, 4.
FRAUD. See Collusive Suit; Federal Trade Commission, 2.
Misrepresentation. Equitable fraud in clinging to benefit begot
FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES. See Bankruptcy, 2.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE. See Army.
Function under Budget and Accounting Act in auditing and
INCOME TAX. See Taxation, I, 1-13.
INFANTS. See Negligence, 2.
INJUNCTION. See Antitrust Acts, 1; Claims 2; Jurisdiction,
Suit by State against others to enjoin enforcement of statutes;
INLAND WATERWAYS ACT. See Constitutional Law, I, 9; IV;
Interstate Commerce Acts.
INSOLVENCY. See Banks, 5; Bankruptcy.
INSTRUCTIONS TO JURY. See Constitutional Law, VI, (B), 11;
Criminal Law, 7.
INSTRUMENTALITIES OF GOVERNMENT. See Constitutional
Law, I, 46.