118 P. 721

WESTERN UNION OIL COMPANY (a Corporation), Appellant, v. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, Respondent.

L.A. No. 2578.Supreme Court of California, In Bank.
October 17, 1911.

Page 719

APPEAL from a judgment of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County. W.P. James, Judge.

The facts are similar to those stated in the opinion in the case of City of Los Angeles v. Western Union Oil Company, ante,
p. 204.

Gibson, Trask, Dunn Crutcher, Ward Chapman, and Edward E. Bacon, for Appellant.

J.D. Fredericks, District Attorney, and Hartley Shaw, Chief Deputy, for Respondent.

THE COURT.

This action was instituted by the plaintiff to have an assessment of its franchise for the fiscal year 1907-8 declared illegal and void. The case presents precisely the questions considered and decided in City of Los Angeles v. Western Union Oil Co., (L.A. No. 2584), ante, p. 204, [118 P. 720], and for the reasons therein given the judgment appealed from is affirmed.

Rehearing denied.