CITY OF NEW ORLEANS v. WARNER

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United States Supreme Court

CITY OF NEW ORLEANS v. WARNER, (1900)

No. 172

Argued:     Decided: January 15, 1900

Messrs. S. L. Gilmore and Branch K. Miller for city of New Orleans.

Messrs. Richard De Gray, H. D. Rouse, Wm. Grant, and Wheeler H. Peckham for John G. Warner.

Mr. Justice Brown delivered the opinion of the court:

It appearing in this case that the court overlooked the fact that the drainage warrants which formed the basis of this suit were duly presented for payment on June 6, 1876, it is ordered that the decree heretofore entered in this case be, and is hereby, vacated and set saide, and that a new decree be entered nunc pro tunc as of March 13, 1899, affirming the decree of the Circuit Court of Appeals in all respects.[ City of New Orleans v. Warner 176 U.S. 92 (1900) ]

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