Gulf Refining Co. v. Fox,
297 U.S. 381 (1936)

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Gulf Refining Co. v. Fox, 297 U.S. 381 (1936)

Gulf Refining Co. v. Fox

No. 442

Argued February 12, 13, 1936

Decided March 2, 1936*

297 U.S. 381


Gasoline filling stations held to be "stores," "controlled" by appellant refining companies, within the meaning of the West Virginia "Chain Store Tax Act." See Fox v. Gulf Refining Co., 295 U. S. 75.

11 F.Supp. 425, 431, affirmed.

Page 297 U. S. 382

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