Securities and Exchange Commission v. Central-Illinois Securities Corporation Streeter

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United States Supreme Court

338 U.S. 96

Securities and Exchange Commission  v.  Central-Illinois Securities Corporation Streeter

 Argued: Jan. 12, 13, 1949. --- Decided: June 27, 1949

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Mr. Roger S. Foster, for Securities & Exchange Commission, washington, D.C.

Mr. Lawrence R. Condon, New York City, for Thomas W. Streeter and others.

Mr. Francis H. Scheetz, Philadelphia, Pa., for Home Ins. Co. and others.

Mr. Louis Boehm, New York City, for Lucille White and others.

Mr. Alfred Berman, New York City, for Central-Illinois Securities Corp. and others.

Mr. Justice RUTLEDGE delivered the opinion of the Court.


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