Slaughter-House Cases

Slaughter-House Cases
Cases responsible for a famous decision of the United States Supreme Court upholding a statute which rendered an exclusive franchise to a slaughterhouse company, the point at issue being the reasonableness of the classification made by the statute. (US) 16 Wall 36, 21 L Ed 394.

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