Buck Stove & Range Co. v. Vickers,
226 U.S. 205 (1912)

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Buck Stove & Range Co. v. Vickers, 226 U.S. 205 (1912)

Buck Stove & Range Co. v. Vickers

No. 10

Argued December 19, 1911

Decided December 2, 1912

226 U.S. 205


Rev.Stat., § 1011, providing that there shall be no reversal in this Court upon a writ of error for error in ruling on any plea of abatement other than one to the jurisdiction of the court, does not apply to writs of error to state courts, but only to lower federal courts.

The subdivision and rearrangement of § 22 of the Judiciary Act of 1789 in the Revised Statutes of 1873 did not work any change in the purpose and meaning of the original act.

The statute of Kansas of 1905, requiring certain classes of foreign corporations to file statements is an invalid restriction and burden and unconstitutional as to foreign corporations engaged in interstate commerce, under the commerce clause of the federal Constitution. International Textbook Co. v. Pigg, 217 U. S. 91.

80 Kan. 29 reversed.

The facts, which involve the application of § 1011, Rev.Stat., to writs of error to state courts and also the constitutionality of a statute of Kansas affecting the right

Page 226 U. S. 206

of corporations of other states to do business in Kansas, are stated in the opinion.

Page 226 U. S. 211

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