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United States v. City of Philadelphia

decided: February 16, 1945.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
CITY OF PHILADELPHIA; RUFUS S. REEVES, DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, AND HERBERT M. PACKER, CHIEF OF THE DIVISION OF HOUSING AND SANITATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, APPELLANTS.



Before PARKER and GOODRICH, Circuit Judges, and BARD, District Judge.

Per Curiam.

This case will be affirmed for reasons adequately stated in the opinion of the District Judge, 56 F.Supp. 862. The fact that the buildings here were permanent and not temporary structures furnishes no adequate ground for distinguishing the case from the one before this Court in United States v. City of Chester, 3 Cir., 144 F.2d 415. We gave careful consideration in that case to the real questions now before us and see no reason to modify the conclusions there announced.

Affirmed.

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