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First Coin Machine Exchange v. Chicago

ILLINOIS APPELLATE COURT — FIRST DISTRICT, FIRST DIVISION.


MARCH 12, 1957.

FIRST COIN MACHINE EXCHANGE, INC., APPELLEE,

v.

CITY OF CHICAGO, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, AND RICHARD J. DALEY, MAYOR OF CITY OF CHICAGO; WILLIAM T. PRENDERGAST, CITY COLLECTOR OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO; AND JOHN C. MARCIN, CITY CLERK OF CITY OF CHICAGO, APPELLANTS. GILBERT KITT AND VIRGINIA KITT, CO-PARTNERS DOING BUSINESS AS EMPIRE COIN MACHINE EXCHANGE, APPELLEE,

v.

CITY OF CHICAGO, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, AND RICHARD J. DALEY, MAYOR OF CITY OF CHICAGO; WILLIAM T. PRENDERGAST, CITY COLLECTOR OF CITY OF CHICAGO; AND JOHN C. MARCIN, CITY CLERK OF CITY OF CHICAGO, APPELLANTS.

Interlocutory Appeal from the Circuit Court of Cook county; the Hon. CHARLES S. DOUGHERTY, Judge, presiding. Orders reversed.

OPINION BY JUDGE BURKE.

Not to be published in full.

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