Bogardus v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
|Bogardus v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
|Opinion of the Court→|
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United States Supreme Court
BOGARDUS v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE
Argued: Oct. 18, 1937. --- Decided: Nov 8, 1937
Mr. Wm. D. Whitney, of New York City, for petitioner.
Homer S.C.ummings, Attorney General, and Mr. A. F. Prescott, of Washington, D.C., for respondent.
Mr. Justice SUTHERLAND delivered the opinion of the Court.
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