Minerals Separation v. Butte & Superior Mining Company

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Minerals Separation v. Butte & Superior Mining Company
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United States Supreme Court

250 U.S. 336

Minerals Separation  v.  Butte & Superior Mining Company

 Argued: March 19, 1919. --- Decided: June 2, 1919

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Messrs. Henry D. Williams, William Houston Kenyon, and Lindley M. Garrison, all of New York City, Frederic D. McKenney, of Washington, D. C., Garret W. McEnerney, of San Francisco, Cal., and Odell W. McConnell, of Helena, Mont., for petitioners.

Messrs. J. Edgar Bull, of New York City, Thomas F. Sheridan, of Chicago, Ill., Frederick P. Fish, of Boston, Mass., Thomas L. Chadbourne, Jr., and Kurnal R. Babbitt, both of New York City, and J. Bruce Kremer, of Butte, Mont., for respondent.

Mr. Justice CLARKE, delivered the opinion of the Court.


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