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Santa Fe Ry. Co. v. Friday, 232 U. S. 694, followed in Schmidt v. Bank
of Commerce, 64.
Southern Pacific Co. v. Schuyler, 227 U. S. 601, followed in Carlson v.
Southern Ry. Co. v. Bennett, 233 U. S. 80, followed in Cincinnati North-
Southern Ry. Co. v. Carson, 194 U. S. 136, followed in Cincinnati North-
Southern Ry. Co. v. Gadd, 233 U. S. 572, followed in Cincinnati Northern
Southern Ry. Co. v. Reid, 222 U. S. 424, followed in Missouri, K. & T.
Stoneroad v. Stoneroad, 158 U. S. 240, followed in Lane v. Watts, 525.
Taney v. Penn Bank, 232 U. S. 174, followed in Dale v. Pattison, 399.
Tefft, Weller & Co. v. Munsuri, 222 U. S. 114, followed in Synnott v.
Texas & Pacific Ry. Co. v. Louisiana Railroad Commission, 232 U. S.
The Blackheath, 195 U. S. 361, followed in Atlantic Transport Co. v.
Trono v. United States, 199 U. S. 521, followed in Ocampo v. United
United States v. Beatty, 232 U. S. 463, followed in Meeker v. Lehigh Val-
United States v. Delaware & Hudson Co., 213 U. S. 366, followed in Tap
United States v. Lynah, 188 U. S. 445, followed in United States v. Buf-
Waters-Pierce Oil Co. v. Texas, 212 U. S. 112, followed in Lewiston v.
Whitney v. Dick, 202 U. S. 132, followed in Meeker v. Lehigh Valley
Yazoo & M. V. Ry. Co. v. Greenwood Grocery Co., 227 U. S. 1, followed
York v. Texas, 137 U. S. 15, followed in Missouri, K. & T. Ry. Co. v.
Zeller v. New Jersey, 231 U. S. 737, followed in Egan v. New Jersey, 751.
See APPEAL AND Error, 2.
See INDIANS, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11.
CLAIMS AGAINST UNITED STATES.
1. Tucker Act; conclusiveness of findings of fact; questions open in this
In cases brought under the Tucker Act and coming to this court from
2. Tucker Act; jurisdiction under; implied contract on part of Government.
charge of the work by the owner relying upon the fact that his title
See INDIANS, 4.
See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 25, 26, 27, 30-34;
GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONS, 2;
CLOUD ON TITLE.
See ACTIONS, 1;
JURISDICTION, C 1, 2, 3;
LOCAL LAW (Miss.).
See PUBLIC LANDS, 1.
See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 38;
See LOCAL LAW (Tenn.).
See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 24, 26;
See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 1-9, 12;
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION.
See INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, 10, 11;
See BILLS AND NOTES.
See LOCAL LAW (Ohio).
COMMISSIONER OF LAND OFFICE.
See ACTIONS, 1;
PUBLIC LANDS, 5.
See INTERSTATE COMMERCE, 22, 23, 24.
1. What constitutes; conversion of plant facility into.
Although a railroad may have originally been a mere plant facility,
industry of which it formerly was an appendage is the principal
2. What constitutes; test as to character of railroad.
The extent to which a railroad is in fact used does not determine
3. What constitutes; railroads as.
Railroads owned by corporations properly organized under the laws of
See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 19, 39;
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ACT;
See FERRIES, 1, 2.
See ECCLESIASTICAL BODIES.
CONFLICT OF LAWS.
See CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 2, 3, 5;
CONGRESS, ACTS OF.
See ACTS OF CONGRESS.
CONGRESS, POWERS OF.
Legislative discretion; evidence that, problem not beyond.
The fact that there has been a recent communication and recommenda-
INDIANS, 7, 8, 10;
INTERSTATE COMMERCE, 1-4, 7, 9,
1. What constitutes.
See INTERSTATE COMMERCE, 20.
An act, harmless when done by one person, may become a public wrong
2. Proof of; inference from things done.
Conspiracies are seldom capable of proof by direct testimony and a
See RESTRAINT OF TRADE, 1.
1. Commerce clause; what within; ferries.
Transportation between States and foreign countries is within the
2. Commerce clause; object of; dominant power of Congress.
3. Commerce clause; dominant power of Congress.
related that the government of the one involves and controls the
4. Commerce clause; dominant power of Congress, incidental control of
While Congress does not possess authority to regulate the internal