United States v. Taylor (147 U.S. 695)

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147 U.S. 695

United States  v.  Taylor

Statement by Mr. Justice BROWN:

This was a petition by the clerk of the circuit court of the United States for the eastern district of Tennessee for fees earned between July 1, 1887, and December 23, 1889, which had been disallowed in the settlement of the accounts rendered by him to the treasury department. The court directed judgment to be entered in his favor for $1,066, (45 Fed. Rep. 531;) and the United States appealed.

Sol. Gen. Aldrich, for the United States.

Geo. A. King, for appellee.

Mr. Justice BROWN, after stating the facts in the foregoing language, delivered the opinion of the court.


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