47 So.2d 567 (1950)


Supreme Court of Florida, en Banc.

Rehearing Denied July 31, 1950.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

J. Tom Watson, Tampa, Sumter Leitner, Tallahasse, and Samuel H. Adams, West Palm Beach, for appellant.

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General, Fred M. Burns, Assistant Attorney General, Francis C. Millican and Clyde G. Trammell, Jr., Special Assistant Attorneys General, for appellee.

HOBSON, Justice.

On the 19th day of November, 1949, a warrant of arrest charging appellant, L.S. Gaulden, with certain violations (hereinafter specifically detailed) of the provisions of Chapter 26319, Acts of Special Session 1949, F.S.A. § 212.01 et seq., known as The "Florida revenue act of 1949", was served upon Gaulden. He was taken in custody by the Sheriff of Palm Beach County, and placed under arrest by said sheriff, being deprived of his liberty thereby...

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