CALIFORNIA CANNING PEACH GROWERS v. HARKEY

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District Court of Appeal, Third District, California.

CALIFORNIA CANNING PEACH GROWERS v. HARKEY et al.†

Civ. 5801.

Decided: July 20, 1937

Agnew & Boekel and Carroll Single, all of San Francisco, and J. Francis Good, of Oroville, for appellant. Seth Millington, of Gridley, and Jerome D. Peters, of Chico, for respondents.

On petition for rehearing.

The same questions are presented upon respondents' petition for rehearing herein that were presented and considered in the petition for rehearing in an opinion denying the petition for rehearing in the case of the above–named plaintiff against E. R. Williams, et al. (Cal.App.) 70 P. (2d) 650, and need not be repeated herein.

In addition to the opinion filed in this cause, and what we have set forth in the opinion denying the petition for rehearing in the Williams Case, is controlling upon all the issues presented by the petition for rehearing in this cause.

The petition for rehearing is therefore denied.

PER CURIAM.

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