UIHLEIN v. STATE OF WISCONSIN
273 U.S. 642

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UIHLEIN v. STATE OF WISCONSIN, 273 U.S. 642 (1926)

273 U.S. 642

Herman A. UIHLEIN, August E. Uihlein, George Uihlein et al., plaintiffs in error,
v.
The STATE OF WISCONSIN, Neele B. Neelen, Public Administrator of Milwaukee County, et al.
No. 175.

Supreme Court of the United States

November 1, 1926

Messrs. George P. Miller, Edwin S. Mack, and Arthur W. Fairchild, all of Milwaukee, Wis., for plaintiff in error.

Mr. Herman L. Ekern, of Madison, Wis., for defendants in error.

PER CURIAM.

Reversed on the authority of Schlesinger v. Wisconsin, 270 U.S. 230, 46 S. Ct. 260, 43 A. L. R. 1224.[ Uihlein v. State of Wisconsin 273 U.S. 642 (1926) ]


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