ALASKA SALMON CO v. TERRITORY OF ALASKA

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United States Supreme Court

ALASKA SALMON CO. v. TERRITORY OF ALASKA, (1919)

No. 151

Argued:     Decided: January 20, 1919

March 3, 1919

Messrs. Warren Gregory, of San Francisco, Cal., E. S. McCord, and W. H. Bogle, both of Seattle, Wash., and George H. Whipple, of San Francisco, Cal., for plaintiff in error.

Mr. George B. Grigsby, of Juneau, Alaska, for the Territory.

Memorandum by direction of the Court, by Mr. Justice DAY.

This action was brought in the District Court of Alaska by the Territory of Alaska to recover license taxes from the Alaska Salmon Company. Judgment was rendered [249 U.S. 62, 63]   in the District Court in favor of the Territory. To review that judgment a writ of error was taken from the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. The Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of the District Court. 236 Fed. 62, 149 C. C. A. 272. A petition for a rehearing was filed, and denied. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals was denied in this court. 242 U.S. 648 , 37 Sup. Ct. 242.

The writ of error must be dismissed. The judgment of the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit was final for the reasons set forth in Nos. 117 and 118, Alaska Pacific Fisheries v. Territory of Alaska, 249 U.S. 53 , 39 Sup. Ct. 208, just decided.

Dismissed.

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