Ewing v. Leavenworth,
226 U.S. 464 (1913)

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Ewing v. Leavenworth, 226 U.S. 464 (1913)

Ewing v. Leavenworth

No. 6

Argued December 6, 1912

Decided January 6, 1913

226 U.S. 464


A license tax on express companies for receiving and sending packages to and from points within the state is not unconstitutional as an attempt to tax interstate commerce when applied to packages passing between such points by routes lying partly through another state. Lehigh Valley Railroad v. Pennsylvania, 145 U. S. 192, followed; Hanley v. Kansas City Southern Railway, 187 U. S. 617, distinguished.

80 Kan. 58 affirmed.

The facts, which involve the constitutionality of a license tax on express companies, are stated in the opinion.

Page 226 U. S. 465

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