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Ford Motor Co. v. S. 459, 464 (1945). 116 Worcester County Co. v. S. 292 (1937). See also Old Colony Trust Co. v. S. 426 (1926). Worcester County remains viable. Cory v. S. 85 (1982). The actions were under the Federal Interpleader Act, 49 Stat. C. § 1335, under which other actions against officials have been allowed. , Treines v. S. 66 (1939) (joinder of state court judge and receiver in interpleader proceeding in which State had no interest and neither judge nor receiver was enjoined by final decree).
S. 85 (1982). The actions were under the Federal Interpleader Act, 49 Stat. C. § 1335, under which other actions against officials have been allowed. , Treines v. S. 66 (1939) (joinder of state court judge and receiver in interpleader proceeding in which State had no interest and neither judge nor receiver was enjoined by final decree). See also Missouri v. S. 18 (1933). 117 Smith v. S. 436 (1900). 118 Atchison, T. & S. F. Ry. v. S. 280 (1912). S. 47 (1944). 120 See also Ford Motor Co. v. S. 459 (1945); Kennecott Copper Corp.
S. 453 (1919); Terrace v. S. 197 (1923); Hygrade Provision Co. v. S. 497 (1925); Massachusetts State Grange v. S. 525 (1926); Hawks v. S. 52 (1933). See also Graham v. S. 365 (1971) (enjoining state welfare officials from denying welfare benefits to otherwise qualified recipients because they were aliens); Goldberg v. S. 254 (1970) (enjoining city welfare officials from following state procedures for termination of benefits); Milliken v. S. 267 (1977) (imposing half the costs of mandated compensatory education programs upon State through order directed to governor and other officials).
A Brilliant Solution: Inventing the American Constitution by Carol Berkin