CALUMET GRAIN & ELEVATOR CO v. CITY OF CHICAGO
188 U.S. 431 (1903)

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CALUMET GRAIN & ELEVATOR CO v. CITY OF CHICAGO, 188 U.S. 431 (1903)

188 U.S. 431

CALUMET GRAIN & ELEVATOR COMPANY, Appt.,
v.
CITY OF CHICAGO.
No. 135.

Submitted December 19, 1902.
Decided February 23, 1903.

Messrs. Warren B. Wilson and S. A. Lynde for appellant.

Messrs. Charles M. Walker and Henry Schofield for appellee.

Mr. Justice Harlan delivered the opinion of the court:

This case relates to the construction of a dock in Calumet river, on or in front of land belonging to the appellant. The facts upon which that company principally bases its claims for relief are those upon which the plaintiffs relied in Cummings v. Chicago, just decided. 187 U. S. --, ante, 472, 23 Sup. Ct. Rep. 472. Upon the authority of the decision in that case, the judgment in this case is affirmed.[ Calumet Grain & Elevator Co v. City of Chicago 188 U.S. 431 (1903) ]


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