Hixon v. Oakes,
265 U.S. 254 (1924)

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Hixon v. Oakes, 265 U.S. 254 (1924)

Hixon v. Oakes

No. 420

Argued April 24, 1924

Decided May 26, 1924

265 U.S. 254


A city ordinance forbidding the filling of prescriptions calling for more than eight ounces of alcoholic liquor manifestly does not infringe any right of the pharmacist granted by the Eighteenth

Page 265 U. S. 255

Amendment or the National Prohibition Act and protected by the Fourteenth Amendment.

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