Smith v. Payne

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United States Supreme Court

194 U.S. 104

Smith  v.  Payne

 Argued: March 11, 1904. ---

Messrs. Tracy L. Jeffords, Charles F. Moody, and E. Van Buren Getty for appellants.

Messrs. Henry H. Glassie and John G. Johnson for appellee.

Statement by Mr. Justice Brown:

This was also a bill, filed by the firm of Street & Smith, to enjoin the Postmaster General from canceling certain certificates of entry admitting the publications of complainant firm to the mail as second-class mail matter. This case took the same course as the preceding one.

Mr. Justice Brown delivered the opinion of the court:


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