Johnson v. Haydel,
278 U.S. 16 (1928)

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Johnson v. Haydel, 278 U.S. 16 (1928)

Johnson v. Haydel

No. 27

Argued April 18, 1928

Decided October 15, 1928

278 U.S. 16


Denial of a temporary injunction to restrain enforcement of certain provisions of the Louisiana "Oyster Act" held erroneous upon the authority of Foster-Fountain Packing Co. v. Haydel, ante, p. 278 U. S. 1.


Appeal from an order of the District Court of three judges refusing a temporary injunction in a suit to restrain enforcement of a statute of Louisiana concerning the taking of oysters. The case was argued with the one preceding, by the same counsel.

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