Tennessee v. Pullman Southern Car Company
117 U.S. 51 (1886)

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Tennessee v. Pullman Southern Car Company, 117 U.S. 51 (1886)

Tennessee v. Pullman Southern Car Company

Argued January 25-26, 1886

Decided March 1, 1886

117 U.S. 51

Syllabus

The case of Pickard v. Pullman Southern Car Co., ante, p. 34, confirmed and applied to a privilege tax of $75 a year, on each sleeping car imposed by the Act of Tennessee of April 7, 1881, Laws of 1881, c. 149, p. 202.

This case was argued with Pickard v. Pullman Southern Car Co., ante,117 U. S. 34, by the same counsel.

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