Citizens' Tel. Co. v. Fuller, 229 U.S. 335 (1913)

U.S. Supreme Court

Citizens' Tel. Co. v. Fuller, 229 U.S. 335 (1913)

Citizens' Telephone Company v. Fuller

No. 285

Argued May 2, 1913

Decided June 10, 1913

229 U.S. 335

Syllabus

Decided on authority of preceding case.

The facts are stated in the opinion.

U.S. Supreme Court

Citizens' Tel. Co. v. Fuller, 229 U.S. 335 (1913)

Citizens' Telephone Company v. Fuller

No. 285

Argued May 2, 1913

Decided June 10, 1913

229 U.S. 335

APPEAL FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN

Syllabus

Decided on authority of preceding case.

The facts are stated in the opinion.

MR. JUSTICE McKENNA delivered the opinion of the Court.

Appellant is a telephone company, located at the City of Jackson, State of Michigan, doing an extensive business. It brought this bill in equity to restrain the collection of a tax levied under the laws considered in the preceding case, Citizens' Telephone Co. v. Fuller, ante, p. 229 U. S. 322. It is substantially like the bill in the latter case.

A demurrer was filed to the bill, and, being overruled, an answer was filed. After hearing, a decree was entered dismissing the bill. This appeal was then taken.

The questions presented are the same as those presented in the preceding case, and were submitted at the same time and on the same argument. On the authority of the opinion in that case, the decree is

Affirmed.

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