Adirondack Railway Company v. New York
United States Supreme Court
ADIRONDACK RAILWAY COMPANY v. NEW YORK
Argued: January 15, 16, 1900. --- Decided: February 26, 1900
This is a writ of error to a judgment of the court of appeals of the state of New York affirming a final judgment of the supreme court of New York perpetually enjoining the Adirondack Railway Company from taking certain lands by condemnation proceedings. The People of the State of New York brought the action, and obtained Judgment at a special term of the supreme court, which was reversed by the appellate division, 39 App. Div. 34, 56 N. Y. Supp. 869, whose order was in turn reversed by the court of appeals, and the original judgment affirmed. 160 N. Y. 225, 54 N. E. 689.
The case is thus stated in the opinion of the court of appeals by Vann, J.:
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