No. 1567.

6 F.2d 415 (1925)


District Court, D. Rhode Island.

June 24, 1925.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Norman S. Case, U. S. Atty., and Harold A. Andrews, Asst. U. S. Atty., both of Providence, R. I.

Joshua Bell, of Providence, R. I., for claimant intervenor.

Chas. E. Williamson and Lorin W. Willis, both of Bridgeport, Conn., for claimant.

MORTON, District Judge.

The Maberhex was seized on September 8, 1924, about 1 a. m., near the west entrance to Point Judith breakwater, having on board a cargo of liquor. She was licensed as a yacht. No evidence was offered on behalf of the vessel. Herman A. Weiss presented a claim as mortgagee. He holds a mortgage for $10,000, taken as security for payments of like amount which he made upon the vessel while she was being built. He had no knowledge or cause to believe...


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