MARSH and others v. NICHOLS and others.

120 U.S. 595 (7 S.Ct. 704, 30 L.Ed. 794)

MARSH and others v. NICHOLS and others.1

Decided: March 14, 1887

Statement of Case from pages 595-597 intentionally omitted

E. J. Hill, for the motion.

R. A. Parker and Don M. Dickinson, in opposition.


This motion is denied. The sole ground of the application is that since the appeal the supreme court of Michigan has, in a suit between the same parties, enjoined these appellants from making any claim against the appellee for the use of the patented invention which is the subject-matter of the suit, and has required them to release all the claims and demands which they have been prosecuting. Marsh and Le Fever oppose this motion, and Scott has no right to dismiss for them.

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See 15 Fed. Rep. 914.

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