Washington Market Co. v. District of Columbia,
137 U.S. 62 (1890)

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Washington Market Co. v. District of Columbia, 137 U.S. 62 (1890)

Washington Market Company v. District of Columbia

No. 10

Submitted October 21, 1890

Decided October 27, 1890

137 U.S. 62




The Court dismisses without costs to either party an appeal, the subject matter of which has been settled elsewhere, leaving only the disposition of costs involved.

In equity. The case is stated in the opinion.

PER CURIAM. This is an appeal from the decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia dismissing the bill of

Page 137 U. S. 63

complaint filed by appellant therein, the object of the bill having been to restrain the defendants from selling or attempting to sell certain property of complainant on account of certain assessments for street improvements, and also to cancel and annul two tax lien certificates therein named, and, counsel for appellant having stated in open court that such assessments and lien certificates have been, pending this appeal, quashed and annulled at law by the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, and that only the disposition of costs is involved herein, it is ordered that said appeal be

Dismissed without costs to either party.

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