Ickes v. United States ex Rel. Chestatee Pyrites & Chemical Corp.
289 U.S. 510 (1933)

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Ickes v. United States ex Rel. Chestatee Pyrites & Chemical Corp., 289 U.S. 510 (1933)

Ickes v. United States ex Rel. Chestatee Pyrites & Chemical Corp.

No. 767

Argued April 21, 1933

Decided May 29, 1933

289 U.S. 510

Syllabus

Section 5 of the War Minerals Relief Act of March 2, 1919, authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to pay such net losses "as have been suffered" in producing or preparing to produce certain minerals, etc., does not include interest paid or accrued after the date of the Act. Cf. Wilbur v. United States,284 U. S. 231. Pp. 289 U. S. 513-515.

61 App.D.C. 324, 62 F 2d 863, reversed.

Certiorari to review the reversal of a judgment denying a writ of mandamus.

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