Joseph S. Finch Co. v. McKittrich
305 U.S. 395 (1939)

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Joseph S. Finch Co. v. McKittrich, 305 U.S. 395 (1939)

Joseph S. Finch Co. v. McKittrich

No. 252

Argued December 7, 1938

Decided January 3, 1939*

305 U.S. 395

Syllabus

A statute of Missouri makes it unlawful to import into that State, or to purchase, receive, sell, or possess therein, any alcoholic liquor manufactured in any State the laws of which discriminate against importation of alcoholic liquor manufactured in Missouri. Held not violative of the commerce clause of the Federal Constitution. Following Indianapolis Brewing Co. v. Liquor Control Comm'n, ante p. 305 U. S. 391. P. 305 U. S. 397.

23 F.Supp. 244 affirmed.

Appeals from decrees of a District Court of three judges denying temporary and permanent injunctions and dismissing the bills in several suits, consolidated for hearing and review, to enjoin the enforcement of a State liquor law.

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