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Apr 15 1963 (FN)

Machinists Vs. Central Airlines

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-15-1963

..... attached as an exhibit a copy of another contract with central establishing a system board of adjustment. this contract stated, "in compliance with section 204, title ii of the railway labor act, as amended, there is hereby established a system board of adjustment for the purpose of adjusting and deciding disputes. . . ." under ..... everything by 50 (or however many states the system spans) would multiply the burden by a substantial factor and aggravate the problem to an intolerable degree. [ footnote 17 ] the schultz case followed a line of authority involving suits on bonds given by federal officers to ensure their faithful performance ..... to the establishment of system, group, or regional boards of adjustment for the purpose of adjusting and deciding disputes of the character specified in this section. in the event that either party to such a system, group, or regional board of adjustment is dissatisfied with such arrangement, it may, ..... of jurisdiction not exceeding the jurisdiction which may be lawfully exercised by system, group, or regional boards of adjustment, under the authority of section 153 of this title." the duty imposed upon the parties to create adjustment boards to settle grievances was more than a casual suggestion to ..... u.s.c. 153, dealing with the national railroad adjustment board; but including 1, 45 u.s.c. 151, containing definitions; 2, 45 u.s.c. 151a, the act's statement of purposes; 4 and 5, 45 u.s.c. 154-155, relative to the national mediation board and its .....

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Jan 14 1963 (FN)

Naacp Vs. Button

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-14-1963

..... bar association's canons of professional ethics, which the court had page 371 u. s. 426 adopted in 1938. [ footnote 8 ] specifically, the court held that, under the expanded definition, such activities on the part of naacp, the virginia conference, and the defense fund constituted "fomenting and soliciting legal business in which they are not parties and have no pecuniary ..... of revocation or suspension, may, in its discretion, reprimand such attorney." " * * * *" "'any malpractice, or any unlawful or dishonest or unworthy or corrupt or unprofessional conduct,' as used in this section, shall be construed to include the improper solicitation of any legal or professional business or employment, either directly or indirectly, or the acceptance of employment, retainer, compensation or costs from ..... .s.c. 1257, and the case is properly before this court. pp. 371 u. s. 427 -428. 2. chapter 33 of the virginia acts of assembly, extra sess. 1956, amended former statutes defining and punishing malpractice by attorneys so as to broaden the definition of solicitation of legal business to include acceptance of employment or compensation from any person or organization not ..... , and picketing for an unlawful objective, giboney v. empire storage & ice co., 336 u. s. 490 . although it may not prevent advocacy of union membership, it can to some degree inquire into and define the qualifications of those who solicit funds from prospective members or who hold other positions of responsibility. [ footnote .....

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May 20 1963 (FN)

WisconsIn Vs. Fpc

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-20-1963

..... in that it does not engage in the interstate gas pipeline business and is not affiliated with any interstate gas pipeline company. [ footnote 2 ] section 5(a) of the natural gas act, 52 stat. 823, 15 u.s.c. 717d(a), provides: "whenever the commission, after a hearing had upon its own motion ..... are serious legal questions lurking page 373 u. s. 327 in the application of the policy, and we should not intimate its approval until a definitive case is presented under it. i deem it appropriate to raise these questions here not to join issue on the merits, but only to outline ..... have been decided, since the enormous increase in phillips' revenue for 1960 ($45.6 million in 1954 to $90.8 million in 1960) would have definitely shown an excessive rate. the examiner had found, contrary to the conclusion of the court, that the 1956 cost of service was not "significantly higher" ..... petition for rehearing, and further judicial review of complex and difficult issues. in short, the alternative rejected by the commission would not have resulted in definitive regulation page 373 u. s. 312 of phillips' rates immediately or in the near future. indeed, several years might have elapsed before even the method ..... the court refrains from passing on this issue, regarding it as not raised in the court below or on rehearing before the commission. section 19(b) of the act precludes a court, on review, from considering an objection not raised in the petition for rehearing before the commission, but it appears that .....

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Jun 03 1963 (FN)

WheeldIn Vs. Wheeler

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-03-1963

..... the foregoing problems in a deliberately tentative manner. my discussion is intended to be only suggestive, not exhaustive; i am not prepared to offer definitive solutions. but it seems to me that these novel and difficult problems permeate the case, and justify our adoption here of the disposition we ..... action, thus, was state-created. nevertheless, this court held that the action was one arising under federal law within the meaning of the predecessor section to 28 u.s.c. 1331(a). see also fielding v. allen, 181 f.2d 163. it has been suggested that later decisions, e ..... subpoena to petitioner dawson was authorized by law would seem to be an element of the tort framed in the complaint. [ footnote 2/5 ] the acts complained of as establishing the cause of action all took place, apparently, in california, and petitioner and respondent are both residents of california ..... absence governable by state law, that power remained unimpaired for dealing independently, wherever necessary or appropriate, with essentially federal matters, even though congress has not acted affirmatively about the specific question." united states v. standard oil co., 332 u. s. 301 , 332 u. s. 307 . "were we ..... 79-100; 1961 united states commission on civil rights report, book 5, 71-77. [ footnote 3 ] 28 u.s.c. 2680 provides: "the provisions of [the tort claims act] . . . shall not apply to --" " * * * *" "(h) any claim arising out of assault, battery, false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious prosecution, abuse of .....

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Apr 15 1963 (FN)

Dugan Vs. Rank

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-15-1963

..... summons or other process in any such suit shall be served upon the attorney general or his designated representative." "(c) nothing in this section shall be construed as authorizing the joinder of the united states in any suit or controversy in the supreme court of the united states involving ..... . ." transcript of record, vol. iii, p. 1021. as the court of appeals found, the project "could not operate without impairing, to some degree, the full natural flow of the river." experience of over a decade along the stretch page 372 u. s. 621 of the san joaquin involved here ..... the necessity to accommodate or extinguish them. report no. 3, calif. water project authority, definition of rights to the waters of the san joaquin river proposed for diversion to upper san joaquin valley, 1-2 (1936). the principal alternative, as shown by the reports of the united states reclamation ..... this equivocation of the federal officials, there was a trespass, rather than a taking. it concluded, therefore, that the petitioner reclamation bureau officials had acted beyond their statutory authority, and affirmed the injunctive features of the judgment. on rehearing, the injunction was modified to make it inapplicable to the petitioner ..... project involved the project was authorized by the congress and undertaken by the bureau of reclamation of the department of the interior pursuant to the act of august 26, 1937, 50 stat. 844, 850. it is generally described in sufficient detail for our purposes in united states v. .....

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Jan 14 1963 (FN)

Shotwell Mfg. Co. Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-14-1963

..... department, dec. 11, 1951). secretary vinson's statement "crystallized" the earlier practice into "definite policy," according to turner l. smith, chief of criminal tax section, dept. of justice, in an address reprinted in section of taxation, aba, symposium on procedure in tax fraud cases 29, 38-39 (1951). [ footnote 2/2 ] united states v. shotwell mfg. co., 225 f.2d 394 (c.a.7th cir ..... promise, for the law cannot measure the force of the influence used, or decide upon its effect upon the mind of the prisoner, and therefore excludes the declaration if any degree of influence has been exerted.'" 168 u.s. at 168 u. s. 542 -543. see, to the same effect, wilson v. united states, 162 u. s. 613 , 162 u. ..... a compelled confession prohibited by the fifth amendment. the court concludes that "the voluntary disclosure policy left [petitioners] wholly free to disclose or not as they pleased. in choosing to act as they did, petitioners, far from being the victims of that policy, were volunteers for its benefits." labeling petitioners as "volunteers" proves nothing. of course they were "volunteers." it ..... admissibility. we agree that the rule of that case, involving a state trial, is equally applicable in a federal prosecution. the case would also be different had the petitioners, acting under the voluntary disclosure policy, made an honest disclosure. whether or not different constitutional principles or other considerations would then prevent the government from reneging on its promise by using .....

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Oct 04 1963 (HC)

S.B. Adityan and Others Vs. First Income-tax Officer, Madras.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-04-1963

Reported in : [1964]52ITR453(Mad)

..... were to hold that the income of the trust would be exempt. the officer has also the jurisdiction to call upon the petitioners to submit the statutory return under section 22(2) of the act. it seems that the petitioners have now filed the returns. they, however, submit that the officer should not proceed with any enquiry to make the assessment because of ..... was debate before us as to how far the board can interfere with the course of assessment proceedings. the learned advocate-general referred to the provisions of section 5, sub-section (7b) and section 5, sub-section (8). they read as follow :'5. (7b) the director of inspection, the commissioner or the inspecting assistant commissioner as the case may be, may issue such instructions ..... not limit the enquiry regarding the true purpose to the written instrument. in fact there was no trust deed nor any clear declaration of trust.'the limits fixed by the section must be strictly observed and its definition must be satisfied by the character of the association and its activities. whether that is so depends on the true construction of the ..... the act to see whether the contention of the petitioners can be sustained. a claim for exemption should satisfy four essential condition : (1) the property from which the income is derived should be held under trust or other legal obligation. (2) it should be so held for religious or charitable purposes. ('charitable purposes' is defined to include relief the poor, education, medical relief .....

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