Chrystal Springs Land & Water Co. v. Los Angeles, 177 U.S. 169 (1900)

U.S. Supreme Court

Chrystal Springs Land & Water Co. v. Los Angeles, 177 U.S. 169 (1900)

Chrystal Springs Land and Water Company v. Los Angeles

No. 41

Submitted March 15, 1900

Decided April 9, 1900

177 U.S. 169

Syllabus

Decree below affirmed on the authority of the cases named in the opinion of the Court.

The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

U.S. Supreme Court

Chrystal Springs Land & Water Co. v. Los Angeles, 177 U.S. 169 (1900)

Chrystal Springs Land and Water Company v. Los Angeles

No. 41

Submitted March 15, 1900

Decided April 9, 1900

177 U.S. 169

APPEAL FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE

SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA

Syllabus

Decree below affirmed on the authority of the cases named in the opinion of the Court.

The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

THE CHIEF JUSTICE: Bill to quiet title to certain waters, water rights, and works connected therewith. Bill dismissed for want of jurisdiction, and question of jurisdiction certified. Reported below, 82 F. 114; 76 F. 148.

Decree affirmed on authority of (1) Phillips v. Mound City Association, 124 U. S. 605; California Powder Works v. Davis, 151 U. S. 389, 151 U. S. 395; New Orleans v. DeArmas, 9 Pet. 224; Borgmeyer v. Idler, 159 U. S. 408; Muse v. Arlington Hotel Company, 168 U. S. 430; (2) Robinson v. Anderson, 121 U. S. 522; Florida Central Railroad v. Bell, 176 U. S. 330; Gold Washing Company v. Keyes, 96 U. S. 199; Tennessee v. Union and Planters' Bank, 152 U. S. 454; New Orleans v. Benjamin, 153 U. S. 411, 153 U. S. 424.

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