LOWE v. U S, 194 U.S. 193 (1904)

U.S. Supreme Court

LOWE v. U S, 194 U.S. 193 (1904)

194 U.S. 193

JOHN LOWE, Appt.,
v.
UNITED STATES.
No. 212.

Supreme Court of the United States
Argued April 8, 1904

April 25, 1904

Messrs. A. A. Hoehling, Jr., and Charles L. Fraliey for appellant.

Assistant Attorney General Pradt and Mr. John Q. Thompson for appellee.

Mr. Justice Day delivered the opinion of the court:

This case involves the same question, upon identical facts, as to the pay of a retired rear admiral, just disposed of in the case of Gibson v. United States, 193 U. S. --, ante, 613, 24 Sup. Ct. Rep. 613.

For the reasons therein stated, The judgment of the Court of Claims, dismissing the petition of the appellant, is affirmed.

Mr. Justice Brewer took no part in the consideration or decision of this case.


U.S. Supreme Court

LOWE v. U S, 194 U.S. 193 (1904)

194 U.S. 193

JOHN LOWE, Appt.,
v.
UNITED STATES.
No. 212.

Supreme Court of the United States
Argued April 8, 1904

April 25, 1904

Messrs. A. A. Hoehling, Jr., and Charles L. Fraliey for appellant.

Assistant Attorney General Pradt and Mr. John Q. Thompson for appellee.

Mr. Justice Day delivered the opinion of the court:

This case involves the same question, upon identical facts, as to the pay of a retired rear admiral, just disposed of in the case of Gibson v. United States, 193 U. S. --, ante, 613, 24 Sup. Ct. Rep. 613.

For the reasons therein stated, The judgment of the Court of Claims, dismissing the petition of the appellant, is affirmed.

Mr. Justice Brewer took no part in the consideration or decision of this case.

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