Pacific States Box & Basket Company v. White

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Pacific States Box Basket Company v. White
by the Supreme Court of the United States
Pacific States Box & Basket Co. v. White, 296 U.S. 176 (1935), was a case heard by the United States Supreme Court. The Court ruled that "where the regulation is within the scope of authority legally delegated, the presumption of the existence of facts justifying its specific exercise attaches alike to statutes, to municipal ordinances, and to orders of administrative bodies." — Excerpted from Pacific States Box & Basket Co. v. White on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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United States Supreme Court

296 U.S. 176


 Argued: Oct. 25, 1935. --- Decided: Nov 18, 1935

[Syllabus from pages 176-177 intentionally omitted]

Appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Oregon.

Messrs. Arthur A. Goldsmith, of Portland, Or., and Byron C. Hanna, of Los Angeles, Cal., for appellant.

Messrs. Willis S. Moore and I. H. Van Winkle, both of Salem, Or., for appellees.

Mr. Justice BRANDEIS delivered the opinion of the Court.


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