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OCTOBER TERM, 1892, AND OCTOBER TERM, 1893
SAMUEL A. BLATCHFORD
NEW YORK AND ALBANY
ENTITLED TO SIT IN THE
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS
UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF TIIE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891,
26 STAT. 826, c. 517, DURING TIIE PERIOD COVERED BY THE CASES REPORTED IN FULL IN THIS VOLUME.
HENRY BILLINGS BROWN, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES,
ASSIGNED TO THE SIXTI CIRCUIT.
CIRCUIT JUDGES FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT.2
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.3
1 Sat in the court and took part in the hearing and decision of the following cases reported in full in this volume, viz. : Mahoning County v. Young, post, p. 253; The S. S. Wilhelm, post, p. 356; Foss-Schneider Brero. ing Company v. Bullock, post, p. 311; Steiner Fire Extinguisher Company v. City of Adrian, post, p. 409; Maysville Street Railroad and Transfer Compiny v. Wilson's Administrator, post, p. 236; City of Cadillac r. Woonsocket Institution for Savings, post, p. 545; The Cayuga, post, p. 577; and Chemical Vational Bank v. Armstrong, post, p. 465.
2 The Honorable Howell Edmunds Jackson resigned as Circuit Judge for the Sixth Circuit on February 20, 1893, after his confirmation as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States on February 18, 1893. Judge Jackson, therefore, was not a Circuit Judge at the time of the decision of any of the cases reported in full in this volume. He sat, however, as Circuit Judge and took part in the hearing of a number of the cases reported in full in this volume prior to his resignation, but the opinions in the cases were not delivered until after Judge Jackson's resignation. In every case in the hearing of which Judge Jackson took part, that fact is stated.
3 Took part in the hearing and decision of a number of the cases reported in full in this volume.