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  • Matthews, both of Dayton, Ohio, and F. D. McKenney, of Washington, D. C., for plaintiff in error. Mr. Roy G. Fitzgerald, of Dayton, Ohio, for defendant in
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  • 7 Dayton (Ohio) 17552381911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 7 — Dayton (Ohio) DAYTON, a city and the county-seat of Montgomery county, Ohio, U
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  • Wellmore B. Turner, of Dayton, Ohio, for petitioners. Messrs. J. Arthur Miller, of Chicago, Ill., and Roy G. Fitzgerald, of Dayton, Ohio, for respondents.
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  • Marshall and Byron B. Harlan, both of Dayton, Ohio, and William A. Eggers and Morison R. Waite, both of Cincinnati, Ohio, for petitioner. Messrs. Robert N
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  • Messrs. Robert H. Jackson, Sol. Gen., and Robert K. McConnaughey, of Dayton, Ohio, for respondents. Mr. Chief Justice HUGHES delivered the opinion of the
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  • Vanderhoof, Washington, D.C., Mr. Asher Bogin, Dayton, Ohio, and Mr. Stanley Robinson, Jr., Columbus, Ohio, of counsel, for appellant. Mr. Charles S. Rhyne
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  • Messrs. Robert H. Jackson, Sol. Gen., and Robert K. McConnaughey, of Dayton, Ohio, for the United States. Mr. Omer W. Franklin, of Valdosta, Ga., for appellees
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  • 12, 1939. --- Decided: Jan 8, 1940 Mr. Robert K. McConnaughey, of Dayton, Ohio, for petitioners. Mr. George Wharton Pepper, of Philadelphia, Pa., for
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  • Counsel from pages 229-231 intentionally omitted] Mr. Robert R. Nevin, of Dayton, Ohio, for defendants in error. [Argument of Counsel from pages 231-233 intentionally
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  • [Syllabus from pages 111-113 intentionally omitted] Mr. Webb R. Clark, of Dayton, Ohio, for appellee. Mr. Justice JACKSON delivered the opinion of the Court
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  • Kerkham, both of Washington, D. C., for petitioner. Mr. H. A. Toulmin, of Dayton, Ohio, for respondent. Mr. Justice McREYNOLDS delivered the opinion of the
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  • State of Ohio. Messrs. Gilbert Bettman, of Cincinnati, Ohio, W. S. McConnaughey, of Dayton, Ohio, and Raymond S. Powers, of Youngstown, Ohio, for appellants
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  • Dayton Power Light Company v. Public Utilities Commission of Ohio by Benjamin N. Cardozo Syllabus 885319Dayton Power Light Company v. Public Utilities
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  • 26, 1924 Messrs. Ed. F. Alexander, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Joseph W. Sharts, of Dayton, Ohio, for petitioners. The Attorney General and Mr. Assistant
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  • Asst. Atty. Gen., for the United States. Mr. H. A. Toulmin, Jr., of Dayton, Ohio, for Univis Lens Co., Inc., et al. Mr. Chief Justice STONE delivered
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  • Ohio, for petitioner. Mr. Thos. G. Haight, of Jersey City, N.J., for respondents Hall. Mr. H. A. Toulmin, Jr., and H. A. Toulmin, Sr., both of Dayton
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  • Myers, Dayton, Ohio, for petitioner, Woodby. Joseph Forer, Washington, D.C., for petitioner, Sherman. Francis X. Beytagh, Jr., Cleveland, Ohio, pro hac
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  • appellant. Messrs. Assistant Attorney General Davis and Wm. D. Harris, of Dayton, Ohio, for the United States. Mr. Justice DAY delivered the opinion of the
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  • H. Weston, Washington, D.C., for appellant. Mr. H. A. Toulmin, Jr., Dayton, Ohio, for appellee, New Wrinkle, Inc. Mr. Justice REED delivered the opinion
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  •  Argued: March 24, 1966. --- Decided: April 19, 1966 Dean E. Denlinger, Dayton, Ohio, for petitioner. Paul Bender, Washington, D.C., for respondent, pro hac
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