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(273 F.) of either party upon the merits. It is further ordered that a certified copy of this order shall be the warrant for any proceedings taken under its terms.
SOUTHERN PAC. CO. v. COLLINS et al. (District Court, N. D. California, N. D. June 30, 1921.) No. 49. Suit by the Southern Pacific Company against R. E. Collins and others. Application for injunction pendente lite denied. Guy V. Shoup, Henley C. Booth, and M. C. Sloss, all of San Francisco, Cal. (Wm. F. Herrin, of San Francisco, Cal., of counsel), for complainant. U. S. Webb, Atty. Gen., of the State of California, Robert W. Harrison, Chief Deputy_Atty. Gen., and Frank L. Guerena, Deputy Atty. Gen., for defendants. Before MORROW, Circuit Judge, and DOOLING and DIETRICH, District Judes.
PER CURIAM. This matter coming on to be heard upon the application of complainant for an injunction pendente lite as prayed for in its bill of complaint, it is ordered that said application be denied, provided that, in the event this action be not tried and determined upon the merits before such time as a penalty shall accrue under the laws of the state of California for the nonpayment of any portion of the tax complained of, then such penalty shall only be computed upon the amount due and unpaid in excess of such tax over an amount equal to such portion of $6,125,700.28 as would, if not paid, then incur such penalty, and the state of Cali. fornia and its fiscal agents are authorized and directed to receive at the proper time or times such proportion of such sum of $6,125,700.28 as they would be authorized to receive if such sum of $6,125,700.28 were the whole amount of tax levied upon the operative properties of the complainant for the year 1921. It is further ordered that the payment or payments by the complainant to the state as herein authorized and directed, and the receipt of such payment or payments by the state, shall not prejudice the rights of either party upon the merits. It is further ordered that a certified copy of this order shall be the warrant for any proceedings taken under its terms.
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