MUTUAL FILM CO v. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF OHIO

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United States Supreme Court

MUTUAL FILM CO. v. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF OHIO, (1915)

No. 457

Argued:     Decided: February 23, 1915

Messrs. William B. Sanders, Walter N. Seligsberg, and Harold T. Clark for appellant.

Messrs. Waldo G. Morse and Jacob Schechter as amici curioe.

Messrs. Robert M. Morgan, Clarence D. Laylin, James I. Boulger, and Mr. Timothy S. Hogan, Attorney General of Ohio, for appellees. [236 U.S. 247, 248]  

Mr. Justice McKenna delivered the opinion of the court:

This case was submitted with No. 456 [ 236 U.S. 230 , 59 L. ed. --, 35 Sup. Ct. Rep. 387], just decided. In the latter case the complainant in the court below, and appellant here, was a corporation of Virginia. The appellant in the pending case is a corporation of Ohio, and counsel say, 'although there are some differences in the way in which their business is conducted, yet the question involved are the same the records in both cases are nearly identical, and the court below treated them together, rendering the one opinion to cover both.' And counsel have submitted them on the same argument.

On the authority, therefore, of the opinion in No. 456, the decree is affirmed.

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