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within the second exception, since it would relieve the new officers of their duty, nor come to pass that every American-born citi., did it interpose a shield to prevent the zen would be deprived of his right to vote operation upon them of the provisions of unless he was able to comply with the prop- the Constitution of the United States and the erty qualification, and all naturalized citi. statutes passed in pursuance thereof. The xens and their descendants would be en- | conclusive effect of this view will become titled to vote without being submitted to apparent when it is considered that if the any property qualification whatever. If argument were accepted, it would follow the clauses as to naturalization were *as that although the 15th Amendment by its sumed to be invalid, the incongruous result self-operative force, without any action of just stated would, of course, not arise, but the state, changed the clause in the Conthe legal situation would be unchanged, stitution of the state of Maryland conferring since that view would not weaken the con- suffrage upon “every white male citizen" clusion as to the unity of the provisions of so as to cause it to read "every male citithe statute, but, on the contrary, would zen,” nevertheless the Amendment was 80 fortify it.

supine, so devoid of effect, as to leave it But it is argued even although this re- open for the legislature to write back by sult be conceded, there nevertheless was no statute the discriminating provision by a right to recover, and there must be a re- mere changed form of expression into the versal since, if the whole statute fell, all laws of the state, and for the state officers the clauses providing for suffrage fell, and to make the result of such action success. no right to suffrage remained, and hence no fully operative. deprivation or abridgment of the right to There is a contention pressed concerning vote resulted. But this, in a changed form the application of the statute upon which of statement, advances propositions which the suits were based to the acts in ques. we have held to be unsound in the Guinn tion. But we think, in view of the nature Case. The qualification of voters under the and character of the acts, of the self-operaConstitution of Maryland existed and tive force of the 15th Amendment, and of the statute which previously provided for the legislation of Congress on the subject, the registration and election in Annapolis that there is no ground for such contention. was unaffected by the void provisions of the Affirmed. statute which we are considering. The mere change in some respects of the administra- Mr. Justice McReynolds took no part in tive machinery by the new statute did not the consideration and decision of these cases.

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FOLLOWING ARE MEMORANDA

OF

CASES DISPOSED OF AT OCTOBER TERM, 1914,

WITHOUT OPINIONS AND NOT ELSEWHERE OR OTHERWISD DISPOSED OF IN THIS EDITION

ARIZONA COPPER COMPANY, Ltd., Plaintiff | AMERICAN WELL WORKS Co., Appellant, v. in Error, v. STATE OF ARIZONA AT THE

LAYNE & BOWLER Co. et al. [No. 329.] RELATION OF AND TO THE USE OF JOHN Appeal from the District Court of the M. WEBSTER, Treasurer and Ex Officio United States for the Eastern District of Tax Collector in and for the County of Arkansas. Greenlee, State of Arizona. (No. 467.]

Mr. James P. Clarke entered his appear. In Error to the Supreme Court of the ance for appellant, but filed no brief. State of Arizona.

Messrs. J. M. Moore and Frank Andrews See same case below, 15 Ariz. 9, 137 Pac. for appellees. 417.

June 1, 1915. Per Curiam: Dismissed Mr. Walter Bennett for plaintiff in error. for the want of jurisdiction upon the au

Messrs. George J. Stoneman and Reese M. thority of Bevins v. Ramsey, 11 How. 185, Ling for defendant in error.

13 L. ed. 657; Deland v. Platte County, 155 June 1, 1915. Per Curiam: Dismissed U. S. 221, 39 L. ed. 128, 15 Sup. Ct. Rep. for the want of jurisdiction upon the 82; Behn v. Campbell, 205 U. S. 403, 407, authority of Eustis v. Bolles, 150 U. S. 361, 51 L. ed. 857, 858, 27 Sup. Ct. Rep. 502. 87 L. ed. 1111, 14 Sup. Ct. Rep. 131; Yazoo & M. Valley R. Co. v. Brewer, 231 U. S. 245, 58 L. ed. 204, 34 Sup. Ct. Rep. 90; Holden Land & Live Stock Co. v. Inter- JAMES A. WHITCOMB, Petitioner, v. GEORGE

S. SCHULTZ. (No. 957.] state Trading Co. 233 U. S. 536, 58 L. ed.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the 1083, 34 Sup. Ct. Rep. 661.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

See same case below, 223 Fed. 268. W. G. WELLES et al., Plaintiffs in Error,

Messrs. Joseph M. Gazzam, Charles F. v. GEORGE E. BRYANT. [No. 812.)

Carusi, and Walter B. Grant for petitioner. In Error to the Supreme Court of the Messrs. Abram J. Rose and Alfred C. State of Florida.

Petté for respondent. See same case below, 65 Fla. 355, 61 So.

June 1, 1915. Denied. 748.

Mr. Benjamin Micou entered his appear. ance for plaintiffs in error, but filed no, CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY Co., Peti. brief.

tioner, v. JEAN D. MCKELL, Adm'x, etc. Messrs. N. B. K. Pettingill and M. B. [No. 968.] Macfarlane for defendant in error.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the June 1, 1915. Per Curiam: Dismissed United States Circuit Court of Appeals for for want of jurisdiction upon the authority the Sixth Circuit. of Thomas v. Iowa, 209 U. S. 258, 52 L. ed. See same case below, 99 C. C. A. 109, 175 782, 28 Sup. Ct. Rep. 487; Mallers v. Com. Fed. 321, 20 Ann. Cas. 1097; 186 F. 39; mercial Loan & T. Co. 216 U. S. 613, 54 L. 209 F. 514; 221 F. 934. ed. 638, 30 Sup. Ct. Rep. 438; Appleby v. Messrs. Judson Harmon, Edward Colston, Buffalo, 221 U. S. 524, 529, 55 L. ed. 838, and F. B. Enslow for petitioner. 840, 31 Sup. Ct. Rep. 699; Cleveland & P. R. Messrs. John H. Holt and Murray SeasonCo. v. Cleveland, 235 U. S. 50, 53, 59 L. ed. good for respondent. 35 Sup. Ct. Rep. 21.

June 1, 1915. Denied.

SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, Petitioner, FURNESS, WITHY, & COMPANY (Ltd.), Peti.

V. E. K. KOGEB, Administrator, etc. tioner, v. YANG-TSZE INSURANCE Asso[No. 976.]

CIATION (Ltd.) et al. [No. 921.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for See same case below, 132 C. C. A. 201, the Sixth Circuit.

215 Fed. 859. See same case below, 219 Fed. 702, 135 Messrs. Charles C. Burlingham and NorC. C. A. 374.

man B. Beecher for petitioner. Mr. L. E. Jeffries for petitioner.

Messrs. James K. Symmers and J. Parker Messrs. G. W. Pickle, W. R. Turner, and Kirlin for respondents. W. F. Kennerly for respondente

June 14, 1915. Order of April 19th, deny. June 1, 1915. Denied.

ing petition, vacated and set aside. Writ of certiorari granted.

SHIPOWNERS & MERCHANTS TUG BOAT Co., etc., Petitioner, v. HAMMOND LUMBER

WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY, Appellant, v. COMPANY. [No. 978.]

ENRIQUE DEL Pozo y MARCOS et al. [Na. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

135.] United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

Motion to recall mandate and for leave the Ninth Circuit. See same case below, 134 C. O. A. 575, 218 to present a second petition for rehearing

Mr. John C. Cooper for appellant. Fed. 161. Messrs. Edward J. McCutchen and A. hurst, and John C. Jones for appellees,

Messrs. Joseph H. Jones, Wm, W. Dette Crawford Greene for petitioner.

June 14, 1915. Deniedha
Mr. William Denman for respondente
June 1, 1915. Denied.

CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF ILLINOIS et al., CLAUDE A. P. TURNER, Petitioner, V. JOHN etc., Appellants, V. GEORGE LUEDEBS L. DRUMM. [No. 979.]

COMPANY et al. (No. 949.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari herein United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Messrs. Lessing Rosenthal, Charles E the Eighth Circuit.

Hamill, Judson Harmon, Edward Colston, See same case below, 135 C. C. A. 74, 219 A. W. Goldsmith, and George Hoadly for Fed. 188.

appellants. Mr. Charles J. Williamson for petitioner. Mr. Walter A. DeCamp for appelleen

Messrs. Amasa C. Paul and Edward Rec- June 14, 1915. Denied. tor for respondent.

June 1, 1915. Denied.

HILLS & COMPANY, Petitioner, V. JOSHI

HOOVER et al. (No. 963.] PASCAL P. BEALS et al., Petitioners, Petition for & Writ of Certiorari to the

THOMAS C. BURKE, Trustee, etc. (No. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for 988.]

the Third Circuit. Petition for a Writ of Certiorarl to the

See same case below, 127 a 0. A. 609, 211 United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Fed. 241. the Second Circuit.

Mr. Benno Loewy for petitioner. Mr. Lucas P. Loving for petitioners. Mr. William A. Cart for respondents Mr. Thomas C. Burke for respondento June 14, 1915. Denied. June 1, 1915. Denied.

HAMILTON INVESTMENT COMPANY, Appel. JAMES C. BLAIR, Trustee, etc., Petitioner, v.

lant, v. IBVING LERNST, Trustee, etc. JAMES S. BRAILEY, Jr, et al., Receiver, [No. 867.)

etc. (No. 980.] Appeal from the United States Circuit

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

See same case below, 135 C. C. A. 237, 219 the Fifth Circuit. Fed. 353.

See same case below, 221 Fed. 1. Messrs Philip B. Adams and Henry J. Messrs. Alex. C. King, Clarence Brown, Aaron for appellant,

and Thomas H. Tracy for petitioner, Mr. Emanuel J. Myers for appellee.

Messrs. Max Isaac and Millard Reese for June 1, 1915. Dismissed with costs, per respondents. tipulation.

June 14, 1915. Denied.

HERMAN KRUEGEL et ux., Petitioners, V. | DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, & WESTERN RAI

STANDARD SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION BOAD COMPANY, Petitioner, v. MILDRED D. et al. (No. 981.]

PRICE. [No. 1006.) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Petition for & Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

the Third Circuit. See same case below, 133 C. C. A. 671, 218

See same case below, 221 Fed. 848. Fed. 988.

Mr. William S. Jenney for petitioner. Mr. Herman Kruegel, petitioner, pro se Mr. James D. Carpenter, Jr., for respond No appearance for respondents,

ent. June 14, 1915. Denied.

June 14, 1915. Denied.

F. DREW CAMINETTI, Petitioner, v. UNITED MORRIS FREUNDLICH et al., Petitioners, v.

STATES. (No. 1008.] HABBY EISENBACH, Trustee, etc. [No.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the 982.)

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the the Ninth Circuit. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

See same case below, 220 Fed. 545. the Second Circuit.

Messrs. Joseph W. Bailey, Marshall B. Mr. David Steckler for petitioners. Mr. Clayton J. Heermance for respondent. Woodworth, and Robert T. Devlin for pe

titioner. June 14, 1915. Denied.

No brief filed for respondente
June 14, 1915. Denied.

June 21, 1915. Order of June 14, 1915, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Petitioner, v.

vacated and set aside, and a writ of cer John H. PATTERSON et al. [No. 994.]

tiorari granted. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

MARTHA S. PAINTER et al., Plaintiffs in

Error, v. UNITED STATES FIDELITY & See same case below, 222 Fed. 599.

GUARANTY COMPANY. [No. 531.]
The Attorney General, the Solicitor Gen-
Qal, and Mr. G. Carroll Todd, Assistant to State of Maryland.

In Error to the Court of Appeals of the the Attorney General for petitioner. Messrs. Lawrence Maxwell and John S.

Mr. Arthur L. Jackson for plaintiffs in Miller for respondents. June 14, 1915. Denied.

No counsel appeared for defendant in

June 14, 1915. Dismissed with costs, on

motion of counsel for the plaintiff in error. JOHN M. KUYKENDALL, Petitioner, v. Wo

LIAM STEWART Tod. (No. 1002.) Petition for a Writ of Certiorarl to the MAIER-WATT REALTY COMPANY, Plaintiff in United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Error, v. QUAKER REALTY COMPANY, Limthe Eighth Circuit.

ited. (No. 550.) See same case below, 135 C. C. A. 379, In Error to the Supreme Court of the 219 Fed. 707.

State of Louisiana. Mr. William V. Hodges for petitioner.

Mr. E. Howard M. Caleb for plaintiff in Mr. Charles W. Burdick for respondente error. June 14, 1915. Denied.

Mr. Wm. Winans Wall for defendant in

error.

error.

error.

June 14, 1915. Dismissed per stipulation,

costs to be paid by the plaintiff in error. SIROCCO ENGINEERING COMPANY, Petitioner,

V. B. F. STURTEVANT COMPANY. [No. 1003.)

ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN, & SOUTHERN Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the RAILWAY COMPANY, Plaintiff in Error, V, United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

CLARA SHARP, Adm'x, etc. [No. 760.] the Second Circuit.

In Error to the Supreme Court of the See same case below, 220 Fed. 137.

State of Arkansas. Messrs. Henry L Stimson, Arthur C. Messrs. E. B. Kinsworthy and Troy Pace Fraser, and Frederick P. Fish for peti- for plaintiff in error. tioner.

No counsel appeared for defendant in erMessrs. Benjamin Phillips and Omri F. ror. Hibbard for respondent.

June 14, 1915. Dismissed with costs, on June 14, 1915. Denied,

motion of counsel for the plaintiff in error,

T. U. VAUGHN, Plaintiff in Error, v. STATE MULLER & Co. (No. 1037]; UNITED or South CAROLINA. (No. 310.]

STATES, Petitioner, v. Wood & SELICK et In Error to the Supreme Court of the al. [No. 1038); UNITED STATES, PeState of South Carolina.

titioner, v. E. LA MONTAGNE'S SONS (No. See same case below, 95 S. C. 455, 79 S.

1039); UNITED STATES, Petitioner, v. E. 312.

ALBERT LORSCH & Co. (No. 1040); Mr. Joseph A. McCullough for plaintiff in UNITED STATES, Petitioner, v. CULLMAN error.

Bros. et al. (No. 1041]; UNITED STATES, Messrs. Thomas H. Peeples and Fred H. Petitioner, v. G. W. FABER INC. (No. Dominick for defendant in error.

1042]; UNITED STATES, Petitioner, v. June 21, 1915. Per Curiam: Judgment LOUIS MEYERS & SON (No. 1043]; affirmed upon the authority of (1) Malloy UNITED STATES, Petitioner, v. WILLIAM v. South Carolina, 237 U. S. 180, 59 L. ed. OPENHYM & Sons (No. 1044); UNITED

35 Sup. Ct. Rep. 507; (2) Overton v. STATES, Petitioner, v. PARK & TILFORD Oklahoma, 235 U. S. 31, 59 Led. 35 (No. 1045]; and UNITED STATES, Pe. Sup. Ct. Rep. 14; Consolidated Turnp. Co. v. titioner, v. SELGAS & Co. (No. 1046). Norfolk & 0. V. R. Co. 228 U. S. 596, 57 L. Petition for Writs of Certiorari to the ed. 982, 33 Sup. Ct. Rep. 609; Deming v. United States Court of Customs Appeals. Carlisle Packing Co., 226 U, S. 102, 57 L ed. Mr. Solicitor General Davis for petitioner. 140, 33 Sup. Ct. Rep. 80.

Messrs. B. A. Levett, Allan R. Brown,

and Albert H. Washburn for respondents. UNITED STATES EX REL. FREDERICK BROWN,

June 21, 1915. Granted. Appellant, v. FREDERICK A. Cooke, Super. intendent of the County Prison at Phila

Dan ULMER, Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES. delphia. [No. 354.] Appeal from the United States Circuit

[No. 942).

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. See same case below, 126 C. C. A. 429, 209 United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

the Sixth Circuit. Fed. 607.

See same case below, 134 C. C. A. 127, Messrs. Armond W. Scott and G. Edward

219 Fed. 641. Dickerson for appellant. Messrs. Thomas H. Peeples and Fred H.

Mr. Francis J. Wing for petitioner. Dominick for appellee.

No brief filed for respondento June 21, 1915. Per Curiam :

June 21, 1915. Denied.

Dismissed for want of jurisdiction upon the authority of § 241 of the Judicial Code; 1 Whitney v. JAMES J. FARMER, Petitioner, . UNITED Dick, 202 U. S. 132, 50 L. ed. 963, 26 Sup.

STATES. [No. 1004.) Ct. Rep. 584; Lau Ow Bew v. United States,

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the 144 U. S. 47, 58, 36 L. ed. 340, 344, 12 Sup. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Ct. Rep. 517; Kurtz v. Moffitt, 115 U. S.

the Second Circuit. 487, 498, 29 L. ed. 458, 460, 6 Sup. Ct. Rep.

Mr. Benjamin C. Bachrach for petitioner. 148.

The Solicitor General and Mr. Assistant

Attorney General Wallace for respondente MAURY I. Diggs, Petitioner, v. UNITED June 21, 1915. Denied.

STATES. (No. 1047.)

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for WILLIAM J. HARTLEY, Petitioner, v. UNITED the Ninth Circuit.

States. (No. 1019.) Messrs. Marshall B. Woodworth, Robert

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the T. Devlin, and Joseph W. Bailey for pe- United States Circuit Court of Appeals for titioner.

the Second Circuit. No brief filed for respondent.

Mr. Terence J. McManus for petitioner. June 21, 1915. Granted.

The Solicitor General and Mr. Assistant Attorney General Wallace for respondente

June 21, 1915. Denied. UNITED STATES, Petitioner, v. M. H. PULA

SKI Co. et al. [No. 1033]; UNITED STATES, Petitioner, v. R. B. HENRY CO. ALLESANDRO BOLOGNESI et al., Petitioners, et al. [No. 1034); UNITED STATES, Pe- v. CASSA VALORI et al. (No. 1007.) titioner, v. JAMES ELLIOTT & Co. et al. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the (No. 1035); UNITED STATES, Petitioner, United States Circuit Court of Appeals for V. J. WILE SONS & Co. [No. 1036]; the Second Circuit. UNITED STATES, Petitioner, v. ROBERT Mr. A. S. Gilbert for petitioners.

Mr. Isidor F. Greene for respondents. 1 Act March 3, 1911, c. 231, 36 Stat. 1157 (Comp. St. 1913, $ 1218).

June 21, 1915. Denied.

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