KESSLER v. TREATAnnotate this Case
205 U.S. 33 (1907)
U.S. Supreme Court
KESSLER v. TREAT, 205 U.S. 33 (1907)
205 U.S. 33
WILLIAM De. C. KESSLER v. MORGAN TREAT, United States Marshal, el al.
SAMUEL T. MORGAN v. MORGAN TREAT, etc.
AUSTIN B. CARPENTER v. MORGAN TREAT, etc.
FORTESQUE WHITTLE v. MORGAN TREAT, etc.
FRANK E. WILCOX v. MORGAN TREAT, etc.
GEORGE BRADEN v. MORGAN TREAT, etc.
FRANK S. ROYSTER v. MORGAN TREAT, etc.
J. RICE SMITH v. MORGAN TREAT, etc.
CHARLES F. BURROUGHS v. MORGAN TREAT, etc.
CHARLES H. McDOWELL v. MORGAN TREAT, etc.
Nos. 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 375, 376, 377, 378, 379.
Argued December 3, 4, 1906.
Decided March 4, 1907.
Messrs. John S. Miller, John J. Vertrees, Henry A. M. Smith, and James C. Bradford for appellants. Mr. James P. Helm for appellant in No. 375. Assistant Attorney General McReynolds and Solicitor General Hoyt for appellees.
Mr. Chief Justice Fuller:
The same decrees will be entered in each of these cases as in the foregoing.
Mr. Justice Harlan dissented.
Mr. Justice Moody took no part.
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