United States v. Kurtz
This was a petition by Kurtz, who was clerk and commissioner of the circuit court for the Eastern district of Wisconsin, for fees alleged to have been earned by him in both capacities.
The case resulted in the allowance of a large number of disputed items, and a final judgment in favor of the petitioner in the sum of $165.10. 26 Ct. Cl. 630. The government appealed, and assigned as error the allowance of certain items specifically set forth in the opinion.
Asst. Atty. Gen. Dodge, for the United States.
C. C. Lancaster, for appellee.
Mr. Justice BROWN delivered the opinion of the court.
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