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1929, February 23; 45 Stat. 1256; Coos Bay Indian Tribes..
1930, July 3; 46 Stat. 1016; Coombs ----
1930, December 17; 46 Stat. 1970; Shearer.
1932, June 6; 47 Stat. 169, 178; Blatt--
1932, June 6; 47 Stat. 169, 179; Vernor..--
1932, Junc 6; 47 Stat. 169, 180; Montgomery-
1932, June 6; 47 Stat. 169, 183; Cohn.--
1932, June 6; 47 Stat. 169, 261; Flash Chemical Co.--
1932, June 6; 47 Stat. 169, 264; Halsam Products --
1932, June 14; 47 Stat. 307; Coos Bay Indian Tribes..
1933, May 12; 48 Stat. 31, 52; Perry----
1933, June 16; 48 Stat. 195:

Kelly --

John McShain. 1934, January 30; 48 Stat. 337; Perry--1934, May 10; 48 Stat. 680, 769, 770; Chicago Telephone.. 1934, June 13; 48 Stat. 1386; Carden.. 1934, June 16; 48 Stat. 974:

Kelly --

John McShain... 1934, June 18; 48 Stat. 979; Chippewa Indians. 1934, June 19; 48 Stat. 1064; Pratt. 1935, August 7; 49 Stat. 2112; Gates... 1936, March 14; 49 Stat. 1161; Nelson Thomas..

271 581 182 425 189

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UNITED STATES CODE

Title 15, sections 702, 712; John McShain...
Title 26, section 103 (12); Farmers Cooperative Co...
Title 26, section 510; Dunigan.
Title 26, sections 1672, 1673; U. S. Trust Co.
Title 28, section 254; Morrison
Title 28, section 263; Pratt.
Title 28, section 272; Pratt
Title 28, section 272; Ruf.
Title 28, section 285, Ruf.
Title 31, section 218; Morrison..
Title 31, section 227; Aluminum Company of America..
Title 33, section 702, (a) to (m); Matthews..
Title 34, sections 787, 788; Short, guardian.
Title 35, section 68; Pratt.
Title 40, section 258; Ingram Day Lumber Co.
Title 41, sections 28-33; John McShain.

581 154 404 721 606 586 586 248 248 606

96 662 733 586 468 581

REVISED STATUTES
Section 1092; Ruf..
Section 3227; U. S. Trust Co.
Section 3920; Pratt..

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JUDICIAL CODE

Section 148; Morrison.. Section 156; Gates.. Section 157; Pratt.. Section 164:

Ruf.

Pratt... Section 178; Ruf. Section 179; Ruf..

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ORDER OF THE COURT RELATING TO THE DEATH

OF MR. GEORGE A. KING

OCTOBER 3, 1938. The court with profound regret announces the sudden passing of Mr. George A. King. Mr. King was the oldest practitioner at this bar. During his long professional career he, in virtue of his ability, unimpeachable character, and attractive personality, incurred and retained not only the respect but personal esteem and affection of both the bench and bar. It will be noted upon our records that when court adjourns today it will be out of respect for his memory.

XXIII

CASES DECIDED

IN

THE COURT OF CLAIMS

April 19, 1938, to December 4, 1938

CHIPPEWA INDIANS OF MINNESOTA V. THE

UNITED STATES

[No. H-192. Decided January 12, 1938*]

On the Proofs

Indian claims; limitations contained in jurisdictional Act.-Under

the jurisdictional Act of May 14, 1926, as amended, the measure of plaintiffs' recovery is mited to the value of the lands and timber thereon included in the national forests as of May 23, 1908, and plaintiffs are not entitled to recover on the basis of

subsequent valuation. Same.-Where the court's jurisdiction is limited, under the special

Act, to "legal and equitable claims arising under or growing out of the Act of January 14, 1889

or arising or growing out of any subsequent Act of Congress," a claim which arose prior to the Act of January 14, 1889, cannot be allowed.

The Reporter's statement of the case:

Messrs. Webster Ballinger and Donald S. Holmes for the plaintiffs. Baldwin, Holmes, Mayall & Reavill were on the brief.

Mr. Walter C. Shoup, with whom was Mr. Assistant Attorney General Carl McFarland, for the defendant. Mr. Frank Chambers, Acting Assistant Attorney General, and Mr. George T. Stormont were on the brief.

The court made special findings of fact as follows:

1. The act approved May 14, 1926 (44 Stat., 555), as amended by the acts approved April 11, 1928 (45 Stat.,

* See Memorandum on p. 39.

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