X and Y, government agents, were taking A and B, bribery suspects, to the station in a taxicab. X thought he saw A drop something on the floor. When the cab reached its destination X picked up, from under the collapsible seat, a roll of bills, the ownership of which A denied. The bills were subsequently used in evidence against A and B. Petitioner, the driver of the cab, now claims the money on the ground that it was found on the floor of his cab and the real owner had not appeared. Held, petition dismissed because the finder has a right to the property against all the world but the true owner. In re Saverino, (D. C. S. D. N. Y. 1932) 1 Fed. Supp. 331.