Pitney v. Washington,
240 U.S. 387 (1916)

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Pitney v. Washington, 240 U.S. 387 (1916)

Pitney v. Washington

No. 242

Argued October 29, November 1, 2, 1915

Decided March 6, 1916

240 U.S. 387


On authority of Rast v. Van Deman & Lewis Co., ante, p. 240 U. S. 342, and Tanner v. Little, ante, p. 240 U. S. 369, held that the trading stamp license statute of Washington is not unconstitutional under the commerce clause of, or the due process or equal protection provision of the Fourteenth Amendment to, the federal Constitution.

79 Wash. 608 affirmed.

The facts, which involve the constitutionality, under the commerce clause of the federal Constitution and the due process and equal protection provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment thereto, of the trading stamp license tax laws of the Washington, are stated in the opinion.

Page 240 U. S. 388

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