SELDEN v. MONTAGUE, 194 U.S. 153 (1904)

U.S. Supreme Court

SELDEN v. MONTAGUE, 194 U.S. 153 (1904)

194 U.S. 153

WILLIAM S. SELDEN, William H. Anderson, and Clarence B. Gilpin, Appts.,
v.
ANDREW J. MONTAGUE, Governor of Virginia; David Q. Eggleston, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Virginia; Morton Marye, Auditor of Public Accounts of Virginia, et al.
No. 190.

Argued April 4, 5, 1904.
Decided April 25, 1904.

Mr. John S. Wise for appellants.

Messrs. William A. Anderson and Frank W. Christian for appellees.

Page 194 U.S. 153, 154

Mr. Justice Brewer delivered the opinion of the court:

This is a suit in equity brought to obtain by injunction the same relief as was sought in the preceding case. The facts and conditions are substantially similar, and for the reasons there given the appeal will be dismissed without costs to either party.


U.S. Supreme Court

SELDEN v. MONTAGUE, 194 U.S. 153 (1904)

194 U.S. 153

WILLIAM S. SELDEN, William H. Anderson, and Clarence B. Gilpin, Appts.,
v.
ANDREW J. MONTAGUE, Governor of Virginia; David Q. Eggleston, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Virginia; Morton Marye, Auditor of Public Accounts of Virginia, et al.
No. 190.

Argued April 4, 5, 1904.
Decided April 25, 1904.

Mr. John S. Wise for appellants.

Messrs. William A. Anderson and Frank W. Christian for appellees.

Page 194 U.S. 153, 154

Mr. Justice Brewer delivered the opinion of the court:

This is a suit in equity brought to obtain by injunction the same relief as was sought in the preceding case. The facts and conditions are substantially similar, and for the reasons there given the appeal will be dismissed without costs to either party.

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