Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Bingham, Dana & Gould, of Boston, Mass., for libellant.
Thomas H. Walsh, of Boston, Mass., for respondent.
District Court, D. Massachusetts.
FORD, District Judge.
This is a libel brought by Frederick Starr Contracting Company, a New York corporation, against the oil screw tug "Mariner" and her master, Loren A. Jacobs, as a result of the sinking of the Scow 28, which was owned by the libellant and in tow of the "Mariner" near the southern end of Plum Island, Ipswich Bay, on October 20, 1937.
Findings of Fact.
The "Mariner" left Lanesville at or about 7 A. M., on October 20, 1937, with...
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