These are petitions for prohibition to prevent District Courts of the United States from exercising jurisdiction of proceedings in rem for collisions that occurred while the vessels libeled were owned, absolutely or pro hac vice, by the United States, and employed in the public service. The questions arising in the three cases are so nearly the same that...
THE WESTERN MAID
257 U.S. 419 (1922)
EX PARTE IN THE MATTER OF THE UNITED STATES, OWNER OF THE AMERICAN STEAMSHIP "WESTERN MAID," PETITIONER. EX PARTE IN THE MATTER OF THE UNITED STATES, FORMER REQUISITIONED OR CHARTERED OWNER OF THE AUXILIARY SCHOONER "LIBERTY," PETITIONER. EX PARTE IN THE MATTER OF THE UNITED STATES, FORMER REQUISITIONED AND CHARTERED OWNER OF THE AMERICAN STEAMSHIP "CAROLINIAN," PETITIONER.
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Argued December 12, 13, 1921.
Decided January 3, 1922.
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