187 F2d 872 Anthony O'Boyle v. Louis W Doyle & the Marion E Bulley the Patience

187 F.2d 872

ANTHONY O'BOYLE, Inc., as owner of the barge Marion E. Bulley, Libellant-Appellee,
Scow LOUIS W. DOYLE and Shamrock Towing Company, Inc., Claimant-Respondent-Appellee, Tully & DiNapoli, Inc., Reading Co. and Tug Patience, Respondents-Impleaded-Appellees, and The City of New York, Respondent-Impleaded-Appellant (and 2 other causes). THE MARION E. BULLEY. THE PATIENCE.

No. 171.

Docket 21897.

United States Court of Appeals Second Circuit.

Argued March 5, 1951.

Decided March 30, 1951.

Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

From interlocutory decrees holding the City of New York primarily, and Tully & DiNapoli, Inc., secondarily, liable, for damages due to the negligence of the City of New York, resulting in the Scow Louis W. Doyle breaking adrift and damaging other scows, the City of New York appeals.

John P. McGrath, Corporation Counsel, New York City, Joseph T. Caponigri, New York City, of counsel, for City of New York, respondent-impleaded-appellant.

Frank G. Colgan, Brooklyn, N. Y., for Anthony O'Boyle, Inc., libellant-appellee.

Alexander & Ash, New York City, Edward Ash, New York City, of counsel, for Shamrock Towing Company, Inc., libellant-respondent-appellee.

Hagen, Senecal & Eidenbach, New York City, John F. Quarto, New York City, of counsel, for Sinram Bros., Inc., libellant-appellee.

Macklin, Speer, Hanan & McKernan, New York City, Leo F. Hanan, New York City, of counsel, for Reading Co., respondent-appellee.

Hill, Rivkins & Middleton, New York City, Thomas H. Middleton, New York City, of counsel, for Tully & DiNapoli, Inc., respondent-appellee.

Before AUGUSTUS N. HAND, CLARK and FRANK, Circuit Judges.



Affirmed on the opinion of Byers, J., D.C., 91 F.Supp. 239.