Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Company of Texas v. May
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|United States Supreme Court which held that a Texas law did not violate the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution by penalizing only railroad companies for allowing certain weeds to mature and go to seed on their land. — Excerpted from Missouri, Kansas, & Texas Railway Company of Texas v. Clay May on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Missouri, Kansas, & Texas Railway Company of Texas v. Clay May, 194 U.S. 267 (1904), was a decision by the|
United States Supreme Court
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS RAILWAY COMPANY OF TEXAS v. MAY
Argued: March 17, 1904. --- Decided: May 2, 1904
Messrs. James Hagerman, T. S. Miller, and J. M. Bryson for plaintiff in error.
No counsel for defendant in error.
Mr. Justice Holmes delivered the opinion of the court: