St. Louis Company v. Spiller (275 U.S. 156)

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St. Louis Company v. Spiller (275 U.S. 156) by Louis Brandeis
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United States Supreme Court

275 U.S. 156

St. Louis Company  v.  Spiller

 Argued: Nov. 21, 1927. ---

Messrs. E. S. Bailey, of Washington, D. C., Walter H. Saunders, of St. Louis, Mo., S. H. Cowan, of Fort Worth, Tex., John S. Leahy, of St. Louis, Mo., and David A. Murphy, of Kansas City, Mo., for the motion.

Messrs. Robert T. Swaine, of New York City, Edward T. Miller, of St. Louis, Mo., Frederick H. Wood, of New York City, Alexander P. Stewart, of St. Louis, Mo., and William H. Arnold, of New York City, opposed.

Mr. Justice BRANDEIS delivered the opinion of the Court.

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