Springer v. Government of the Philippine Islands ex rel. Agoncillo
|Springer v. Government of the Philippine Islands ex rel. Agoncillo
United States Supreme Court
SPRINGER v. GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS EX REL. AGONCILLO
Argued: April 10, 1928. --- Decided: May 14, 1928
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Messrs. John W. Davis, of New York City, and Jose Abad Santos and James Ross, both of Manila, P. I., for petitioners.
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Mr. Wm. D. Mitchell, Sol Gen., of Washington, D. C., Frederick C. Fisher, Special Counsel, of Manila, P. I., William Cattron Rigby, Lieutenant Colonel, Judge Advocate, of Washington, D. C., Hugh C. Smith, Lieutenant Colonel, Judge Advocate, and Robert P. Reeder, Special Assistant to the Atty. Gen., for Government of Philippine Islands.
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Mr. Justice SUTHERLAND delivered the opinion of the Court.
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