Smith v. Payne
194 U.S. 104 (1904)

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Smith v. Payne, 194 U.S. 104 (1904)

Smith v. Payne

No. 481

Argued March 10, 1904

Decided April 11, 1904

194 U.S. 104

Syllabus

What are periodicals and second class matter decided on authority of Houghton v. Payne, ante, p. 194 U. S. 88.

This was also a bill, filed by the firm of Street & Smith, to enjoin the Postmaster General from cancelling certain certificates of entry admitting the publications of complainant firm to the mail as second-class mail matter. This case took the same course as the preceding one.

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