Lee Gon Yung v. United States,
185 U.S. 306 (1902)

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Lee Gon Yung v. United States, 185 U.S. 306 (1902)

Lee Gon Yung v. United States

Argued January 7, 1902

Decided May 6, 1902

185 U.S. 306


Fok Yung Yo v. United States, ante, 185 U. S. 296, followed.

The authority of the government in prescribing regulations in respect of transit being unqualified, and the existing regulations not open to constitutional objection, the court below could not interfere by habeas corpus with the collector's orders, and its ruling on an offer of evidence, the entire record considered, was not erroneous.

The case was argued with the preceding case by the same counsel.

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