Hodge Drive-It-Yourself Co. v. CincinnatiAnnotate this Case
284 U.S. 335 (1932)
U.S. Supreme Court
Hodge Drive-It-Yourself Co. v. Cincinnati, 284 U.S. 335 (1932)
Hodge Drive-It-Yourself Co. v. Cincinnati
Argued November 30, 1931
Decided January 4, 1932
284 U.S. 335
An ordinance requiring that persons engaged in the business of letting out automobiles to be driven by and for the use of those who hire them shall pay license fee on the vehicle and deposit insurance policies or bond for the protection of person and property against negligent operation of the vehicle by their lessee sustained in view of the state power over public highways and in he absence of any showing that the regulation was arbitrarily burdensome or based on arbitrary or capricious classification. P. 284 U. S. 337.
123 Oh.St. 284, affirmed.
Appeal from a judgment sustaining a city ordinance in a suit to enjoin its enforcement.
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