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DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS."
EDWARD DOUGLASS WHITE, CHIEF JUSTICE.
GEORGE WOODWARD WICKERSHAM, ATTORNEY GENERAL.”
· For allotment of THE CHIEF JUSTICE and Associate Justices among the several circuits see next page.
? Resigned March 4, 1913.
• On March 5, 1913, President Wilson nominated James C. McReynolds of Tennessee üs Attorney General to succeed George W. Wickersham, resigned. He was confirmed by the Senate the same day. His commission was filed March 10, 1913.
* On July 1, 1912, President Taft nominated William Marshall Bullitt of Kentucky as Solicitor General to succeed Frederick W. Lehmann of Missouri, resigned. He was confirmed by the Senate July 13, 1912. His commission was filed October 15, 1912. He resigned March 11, 1913. The office of Solicitor General was not filled until after the publication of this volume.
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
ALLOTMENT OF JUSTICES, MARCH 18, 1911.
ORDER: There having been an Associate Justice of this court appointed since the commencement of this term,
It is ordered that the following allotment be made of the Chief Justice and Associate Justices of this court among the circuits agreeably to the act of Congress in such case made and provided, 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, Mahlon Pitney, Associate Justice. For the Fourth Circuit, Edward D. White, Chief Justice. For the Fifth Circuit, Joseph R. Lamar, Associate
Justice. For the Sixth Circuit, William R. Day, Associate Justice. For the Seventh Circuit, Horace H. Lurton, Associate
Justice. For the Eighth Circuit, Willis Van Devanter, Associate
Justice. For the Ninth Circuit, Joseph McKenna, Associate Justice.
For previous allotment see 222 U. S., p. iv.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
TABLE OF CASES REPORTED.
field Motor Washer Company . . . 677
Alexander, as Trustee in Bankruptcy of Bornn &
Company, Redmond v. .
pany of Texas ú. .
Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Hud-
son, New York Central & Hudson River Rail-
road Company v. . . . . . .