International Harvester Co. v. Kentucky
234 U.S. 589 (1914)

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International Harvester Co. v. Kentucky, 234 U.S. 589 (1914)

International Harvester Co. v. Kentucky

No. 298

Argued April 24, 1914

Decided June 22, 1914

234 U.S. 589


Where the state court has denied a motion to quash the service of process on a foreign corporation, and has also held that the statute on which the action is based is not unconstitutional, both the question of validity of the service and that of the constitutionality of the act are before this Court for review.

International Harvester Co. v. Kentucky, ante, p. 234 U. S. 579, followed to effect that the plaintiff in error was doing business in the state in which process was served.

International Harvester Co. v. Kentucky, ante, p. 234 U. S. 216, followed to the effect that the provision of the antitrust statute of Kentucky

Page 234 U. S. 590

under which this suit was brought is unconstitutional under the due process provision of the Fourteenth Amendment.

149 Ky. 41 reversed.

The facts, which involve the sufficiency of service of process upon a foreign corporation doing business in the Kentucky and also the constitutionality of the antitrust act of Kentucky, are stated in the opinion.

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