Tyson and Brother--United Theatre Ticket Offices, Incorporated, v. Banton, District Attorney, et al

August 2017
Tyson & Brother--United Theatre Ticket Offices, Incorporated, v.;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents the text of United Theatre Ticket Offices Inc. v. Banton, a 1927 United States Supreme Court case involving the ticket prices which may be charged by brokers in light of the Fourteenth Amendment. Issues involved; Ruling of the court.


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