Rogers v. ArkansasAnnotate this Case
227 U.S. 401 (1913)
U.S. Supreme Court
Rogers v. Arkansas, 227 U.S. 401 (1913)
Rogers v. Arkansas
Nos. 576, 577
Argued January 21, 1913
Decided February 24, 1913
227 U.S. 401
Crenshaw v. Arkansas, ante, p. 227 U. S. 389, followed to effect that the license tax required by the Arkansas act of April 1, 1909, regulating the sale of certain specified articles, is unconstitutional under the commerce clause as applied to persons soliciting orders for articles to be shipped from without the state.
144 S.W. 211 reversed.
The facts, which involve the constitutionality under the commerce clause of the federal Constitution of a law
of the State of Arkansas imposing a license on persons making sales within the state as applied to articles delivered from without the state, are stated in the opinion.
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