Cronin v. Denver,
192 U.S. 115 (1904)

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Cronin v. Denver, 192 U.S. 115 (1904)

Cronin v. Denver

No. 101

Argued December 16, 1903

Decided January 4, 1904

192 U.S. 115




Certain sections of an ordinance of the City of Denver, Colorado, as to the sale of liquor held not to be unconstitutional on the authority of Cronin v. Adams, ante, p. 192 U. S. 108.

The facts are stated in the opinion.

MR. JUSTICE McKENNA delivered the opinion of the Court.

This action was brought in the Police Court of the City of

Page 192 U. S. 116

Denver, State of Colorado, to collect $500, for the violation of section 746 of Ordinance No. 101 of the city. Plaintiff in error was found guilty, and fined the sum of $50. On appeal to the county court, he was also found guilty, and fined $100. The judgment was affirmed by the supreme court of the state, and thereupon the chief justice of the state allowed this writ of error.

The case involves the constitutionality of sections 745 and 746 of the ordinance of the City of Denver. That question was passed upon in Cronin v. Adams, just decided, ante, p. 192 U. S. 108, and on its authority the judgment is


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