FRENZER v. WALLACE
201 U.S. 244

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U.S. Supreme Court

FRENZER v. WALLACE, 201 U.S. 244 (1906)

201 U.S. 244

PETER FRENZER et al., Appts.,
v.
SUMNER WALLACE et al.
No. 192.

EDGAR M. MORSMAN, Appt.,
v.
SUMNER WALLACE et al.

No. 193.

GEORGE W. McCLELLAN, as Executor, etc., et al., Appts.,
v.
SUMNER WALLACE et al.

No. 195.

Nos. 192, 193, 195.

Supreme Court of the United States

April 2, 1906


Submitted March 6, 1906.

Mr. Westel W. Morsman and Howard B. Smith for appellants in No. 192, and Mr. Westel W. Morsman for appellant in No. 193.

Messrs. Richard S. Horton and Charles Battelle for appellants in No. 195.

Messrs. James M. Woolworth and R. S. Hall for appellees.

Per Mr. Justice Brewer:

These are separate appeals by other stockholders from the same decree, and present no questions other than those considered in the former opinion, and the same decrees of affirmance will be entered.

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