Simpson v. David C Shepard

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230 U.S. 352

Simpson  v.  David C Shepard

 Argued: April 9, 10, 11, and 12, 1912. --- Decided: June 9, 1913

Messrs. Thomas D. O'Brien for appellants:

[Argument of Counsel from pages 356-361 intentionally omitted]

Mr. Edward T. Young, also for the appellants:

[Argument of Counsel from pages 361-363 intentionally omitted]

Mr. Lyndon A. Smith, and Mr. George T. Simpson, Attorney General of Minnesota, for appellants.

Clifford Thorne, H. T. Clarke, Jr., George A. Henshaw, John Marshall, Royal C. Johnson, P. W. Dougherty, Grant G. Martin, U. G. Powell, J. H. Henderson, Dwight N. Lewis, William D. Williams, W. H. Stutsman, and H. R. Oglesby as amici curiae.

Messrs. Charles W. Bunn,

Mr. Justice Hughes delivered the opinion of the court:


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