Davis v. Virginia,
236 U.S. 697 (1915)

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Davis v. Virginia, 236 U.S. 697 (1915)

Davis v. Virginia

No. 184

Argued March 9, 1915

Decided March 22, 1915

236 U.S. 697


The business of taking in one state orders for portraits made in another state is interstate commerce, and if the original order contemplates an option on the part of the purchaser to have a frame also sent from the other state, the business is one affair, and exempt from imposition of license fee by the state in which the sale is made.

The facts are stated in the opinion.

Page 236 U. S. 698

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