Stewart v. Washington & Alaska Steamship Co.,
187 U.S. 466 (1902)

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Stewart v. Washington & Alaska Steamship Co., 187 U.S. 466 (1902)

Stewart v. Washington and Alaska Steamship Company

No. 13

Argued December 8, 1902

Decided January 6, 1902

187 U.S. 466


In an action similar to the preceding, Corbus v. Alaska Treadwell Gold Mining Company, p. 187 U. S. 455, ante, brought by a stockholder to restrain a corporation from paying certain taxes in which the bill does not show where the directors reside and does not contain any averment of an application to the directors; or to the president and treasurer, to take action to relieve from the burden of the taxes, the bill was properly dismissed.

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