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111 C. Cis.

ON JUNE 28, 1948

46819 Roy H. Alderman.
46927 Ellis A. Fountain..
46983 Harold D. Martin.
47321 Raymond H. Meloche..
47369 George E. Reynolds----
47538 Jack P. Stone----
47718 James Howard Criswell.--
48236 George A. Franek..
48238 John W. Nutty--
48239 James D. Rose---
48240 Lawrence J. Smith -
48312 Sylvester J. Ferrari..
48384 Arthur Kochems.--.
48536 William W. Hamilton.-

-- $1,079.07

577.83 998. 70

594. 66 1, 206.51

487. 19

413. 75 1, 861. 29

332. 15

656.83 1,050.08

899.01 831. 84 821. 46

CASES DISMISSED BY THE COURT OF CLAIMS

ON MOTION OF PARTIES, OR OF THE COURT FOR NONPROSECUTION

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47598. The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company.

Case Pertaining to Refund of Tages

JUNE 1, 1948

47667. De Ette McAuslan Stuart.

Miscellaneous

JUNE 1, 1948

46038. Kingdom of the Netherlands et al.

JUNE 28, 1948

47752. Antoine Sarkis.

807

REPORT OF DECISIONS

OF

THE SUPREME COURT
IN COURT OF CLAIMS CASES

FOREIGN TRADE MANAGEMENT CO., INC., PETI

TIONER, v. THE UNITED STATES

[No. 45915)

[110 C. Cls. 23; 334 U. S. 831)

Just compensation; requisition of copra held for export; valuation on basis of export market price. Judgment for plaintiff.

Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court June 1, 1948.

FOREIGN TRADE MANAGEMENT CO., INC., PETI

TIONER v. THE UNITED STATES

[No. 45989)

[109 C. Cls. 587; 334 U. S. 832)

Just compensation; no recovery for copra sold to Government corporation under contract of sale, without duress. Petition dismissed.

Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court June 1, 1948.

MAYTE C. ROSS, PETITIONER, v. THE UNITED

STATES

(No. 47168]

[110 C. Cls. 190; 334 U. S. 832)

Income tax; refunds and credit; effect of petition to Tax Court. Defendant's plea in bar sustained and petition dismissed.

809

111 C. Cls.

Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court June 1, 1948.

NEUMATICOS GOODYEAR, S. A., PETITIONER v.

THE UNITED STATES

(No. 46328)

(109 C. Cls. 535; 334 U. S. 838] Just compensation; rubber requisitioned by Government in 1942; basis of valuation; wartime regulations. Judgment for the plaintiff.

Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court June 7, 1948.

THE UNITED STATES, PETITIONER, V. JOHN J.

FELIN CO., INC., A CORPORATION.

[No. 45802]

(107 C. Cls. 155; 334 U. S. 624) On writ of certiorari (330 U. S. 814) to review a judgment of the Court of Claims holding that the ceiling price fixed by the Office of Price Administration for the goods taken by the Government does not afford just compensation for the loss sustained by plaintiff by reason of the taking and that plaintiff was entitled to recover on the basis of what it would have cost plaintiff to replace the goods taken, at the time thereof.

The judgment of the Court of Claims was reversed by the Supreme Court June 14, 1948, with directions to the Court of Claims to enter judgment for the unpaid balance of the value of the products at ceiling prices, with interest on the total value at ceiling prices from the date of the taking to the date of the administrative award.

Mr. Justice Frankfurter announced the judgment of the court and delivered an opinion in which the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Burton concurred. The syllabus of the Supreme Court's opinion is as follows:

When prices of pork products (but not live hogs) were fixed under the Emergency Price Control Act, the Gov.

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