Keystone Manganese & Iron Co. v. Martin,
132 U.S. 91 (1889)

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Keystone Manganese & Iron Co. v. Martin, 132 U.S. 91 (1889)

Keystone Manganese and Iron Company v. Martin

No. 51

Argued and submitted November 1, 1889

Decided November 11, 1889

132 U.S. 91


A bill in equity prayed for an injunction restraining the defendant from trespassing on the land of the plaintiff and taking mineral and ore therefrom, and that he account to the plaintiff for the value of the ore already taken therefrom. After a hearing on pleadings and proofs, the circuit court made a decree granting a perpetual injunction, and ordering an account before a master. Held that the decree was not final or appealable.

In equity. The case is stated in the opinion.

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