OHIO OIL CO. v. STATE OF INDIANA

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United States Supreme Court

OHIO OIL CO. v. STATE OF INDIANA, (1900)

No. 85

Argued:     Decided: April 9, 1900

Mr. Justice White delivered the opinion of the court:

The supreme court of the state of Indiana affirmed a judgment of the trial court, awarding the sum of certain penalties incurred by violating a statute of the state of Indiana which came under our review in case No. 84 ( 177 U.S. 190 , 44 L. ed. --, 20 Sup. Ct. Rep. 576), this day disposed of. The opinion in that case is conclusive of every question here arising, and for the reasons given in case No. 84, the judgment is affirmed.[ Ohio Oil Co. v. State of Indiana 177 U.S. 213 (1899) ]

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