Pacific Company v. Johnson
United States Supreme Court
PACIFIC COMPANY v. JOHNSON
Argued: March 17, 1932. --- Decided: April 11, 1932
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Messrs. Stuart Chevalier, of Washington, D. C., Joseph D. Peeler, of Los Angeles, Cal., and Donald V. Hunter, of Washington, D. C., for appellant.
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Messrs. U.S. Webb and H. H. Linney, both of San Francisco, Cal. (Frank L. Guerena, of San Francisco, of counsel), for appellee.
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Mr. Justice STONE delivered the opinion of the Court.
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