To the ordinary mind it seems a somewhat startling proposition that a manufacturing corporation, located and doing its main business in a distant city, having no manufactory in North Carolina, no stock in trade, no place for the sale of its goods there, and no agent authorized to sell them, can be compelled to take out a license required...
NORFOLK & WEST. RY. CO. v. SIMS
191 U.S. 441 (1903)
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY CO. v. SIMS.
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Argued November 12, 1903.
Decided December 7, 1903.
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