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öt UNITED STATES REPORTS

1910

VOLUME 221

CASES ADJUDGED

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JUSTICES

OF THE

SUPREME COURT

DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS.

EDWARD DOUGLASS WHITE,2 CHIEF JUSTICE.
JOHN MARSHALL HARLAN, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
JOSEPH MCKENNA, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
WILLIAM R. DAY, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
HORACE HARMON LURTON, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
CHARLES EVANS HUGHES, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
WILLIS VAN DEVANTER,: ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
JOSEPH RUCKER LAMAR, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.

GEORGE WOODWARD WICKERSHAM, ATTORNEY GENERAL.
FREDERICK W. LEHMANN,“ SOLICITOR GENERAL
JAMES HALL MCKENNEY, CLERK.
JOHN MONTGOMERY WRIGHT, MARSHAL.

· For allotment of THE CHIEF JUSTICE and Associate Justices among the several circuits see page v, posl. a

• CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER (sce 218 U. S. v and post, p. vü) died July 4, 1910, at his home in Sorrento, Maine, during vacation. He was buried in Chicago, Illinois. On December 12, 1910, President Taft appointed EDWARD DOUGLASS WHITE, Associate Justice of this court, Chief Justice of the United States, to succeed MR. CHIEF JUSTICE FUL LER. He was confirmed by the Senate on the same day and on De cember 19 took the oath as Chief Justice.

• Of Wyoming and United States Circuit Judge for the Eighth Cir. cuit: Nominated December 12, 1910, by President Taft, to succeed

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT.

MR. JUSTICE WHITE, appointed to be Chief Justice of the United States, resigned.* He was confirmed by the Senate on December 15, 1910, and qualified and took his seat upon the bench on January 3, 1911. He took no part in any of the decisions reported in this volume in cases argued or submitted prior to January 3, 1911.

Of Georgia: Appointed December 12, 1910, by President Taft, to succeed MR. JUSTICE MOODY, resigned.f He was confirmed by the Senate on December 15, 1910, and took his seat upon the bench January 3, 1911. He took no part in any of the decisions reported in this volume in cases argued or submitted prior to January 3, 1911.

• Of Missouri: Appointed by President Taft December 12, 1910, to succeed Mr. Solicitor General Bowers who died September 9, 1910. His commission was recorded with the court December 19, 1910.

* The statement in 218 U. S. v, and 219 U. S. iii, that MR. JUSTICE VAN DEVANTER was appointed to succeed MR. JUSTICE MOODY was error.

| The statement in 218 U. S. v, and 219 U. S. iv, that MR. JUSTICE LAMAR was appointed to succeed MR. JUSTICE WHITE was error.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.

ALLOTMENT OF JUSTICES, JANUARY 9, 1911.

ORDER: There having been a Chief Justice and three Associate Justices of this court appointed since the last allotment of the Chief Justice and Associate Justices among the circuits.

Therefore, in pursuance of Section 606 of the Revised Statutes, it is now here ordered by the court that the following allotment of the Chief Justice and Associate Justices among the circuits be, and the same is hereby, made, and that such allotment be entered of record, viz.:

For the First Circuit, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Associate

Justice. For the Second Circuit, Charles E. Hughes, Associate

Justice. For the Third Circuit, Horace H. Lurton, Associate

Justice. For the Fourth Circuit, Edward D. White, Chief Justice. For the Fifth Circuit, Joseph R. Lamar, Associate

Justice. For the Sixth Circuit, John M. Harlan, Associate Justice. For the Seventh Circuit, William R. Day, Associate

Justice. For the Eighth Circuit, Willis Van Devanter, Associate

Justice. For the Ninth Circuit, Joseph McKenna, Associate

Justice.

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