Kennedy v. Magone,
158 U.S. 212 (1895)

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Kennedy v. Magone, 158 U.S. 212 (1895)

Kennedy v. Magone

No. 232

Submitted March 28, 1895

Decided May 20, 1895

158 U.S. 212


A charge by the collector of customs at New York for storage in the public store, for labor, and for cartage from the general order warehouse to the public store made upon uninvoiced and unclaimed goods under the value of $100 sent to a general order warehouse, and taken thence to a public store for examination on the application of the owner, is a valid charge authorized by law.

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