District of Columbia v. Talty,
182 U.S. 510 (1901)

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District of Columbia v. Talty, 182 U.S. 510 (1901)

District of Columbia v. Talty

No. 238

Argued April 12, 15, 1901

Decided May 27, 1901

182 U.S. 510


In this case, this Court holds (1) that it was not error in the court below to try the case on the amended petition, (2) that the report to the government of a person employed by the Attorney General in this case was properly rejected as evidence, (3) that there was no error in the rulings of the court below.

The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

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