1 U.S. Weekly L.J. 1 (1933)

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Complete Text of Decisions
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Current Law: Federal and State
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Vol. I. No. 1.                        WASHINGTON, MARCH              14, 1933                                INDEX 1
PAGE
Announcement
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Complete Text of Opinions Announced                      March 13, 1933
By the Supreme Court of the United States
Opinions Announced at Prior Sessions of Present Term Appeared in Weekly Supplements to The United States Daily 1
Cumulative Table of Cases and Topical Index to Such Opinions Were Published in Supplement of Feb. 14       J

I               Table of Cases               I

Index Page
Anderson. Collector, etc. v. Wilson et al.,
Exec., etc ................................  8
Appalachian Coals, Inc., et al. v. United
States  ....................................  29
Arthur C. Harvey Co. v. O'Malley et al .... 20
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co. et al. v. Brady.. 23
Bemis Bros. Bag Co. v. United States ..... 9
Burnet, Com'r., etc. v. A. T. Jergins Trust.. 4
Burnet, Com'r., etc. v. Brooks et al ....... 33
Burnet, Com'r., etc. v. S. & L. Building
C orp  . .....................................  17
Central Transfer Co. v. Terminal Railroad
Ass'n of St. Louis et al ................. 21
Clark  v. United  States  ......................  1
Harvey Co. v. Halley et al ................ 20
Helner, Collector, etc. v. Diamond Alkali Co. 11
Lewellyn, formerly Collector, etc. v. Dia-
m ond  Alkali  Co. .........................  11
The official Journal of the proceedings
of the Supreme Court Appears on Index
Page 49.

Index Page
Liggett Co. et al. v. Lee, Comptroller, etc.,
et  al . .....................................  38
McDonnell v. United States ............... 18
Munroe, Rec. v. Raphael .................. 12
Pacific Coast Steel Co. v. McLaughlin ..... 19
Petroleum Exploration v. Burnet, Com'r.,
etc  . .......................................  20
Porter, Exec., etc. v. Com'r. Int. Rev ...... 26
Puerto Rico v. Russell & Co., Sucrs., etc... 24
Spicer, etc. v. Smith, Spec. Deputy Bank-
ing Com'r., etc ......................... 28
Truda v. United States .................... 18
United States v. Dakota-Montana Oil Co. .. 15
United States et al. v. Northern Pacific Ry.
C o.  et  al . .................................  13
Vancouver Steamship      Co., Ltd. v. Rice,
Adm  .,  etc . ................................  23
Williams, Rec., etc. v. Mayor and City Coun-
cil of Baltimore  et  al .....................  5
Wilson et al., Exec., etc. v, Anderson, Col-
lector,  etc  . ...............................  8

GENEVIEVE A. CLARK
V.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Supreme Court of the United States.
No. 531. Decided March 13, 1933.
On writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court
of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.
SIGURD UELAND for petitioner; WHITNEY
NORTH SEYMOUR (THOMAS D. THACHER,
Solicitor General, NUGENT DODDS, As-
sistant Attorney General, NEIL BURKIN-
SHAW, W. MARVIN SMITH, WILLIAM H.
RILEY Ja., and WALTER GELLHORN with
him on the brief), for respondent.
Contempt- Criminal contempt- Obstruc-
tion of justice-Prospective juror's con-
cealment and misstatement on voir dire
examination-Effect of perjury-
A prospective juror in a criminal case
who when asked on voir dire examination
to state the kinds of work that she had
been doing counted off a few and checked
herself at the very point where the count
if completed would be likely to bar her
from the jury without excuse of oversight

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