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The Florida digest annotated Volume 1 ; a complete diges of all Florida decisions from the earliest times to August 22, 1921, as reported in 1 to 78 ... court reports, and 1 to 88 Southern reporter (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 6 mar 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 Excerpt: ...purchaser, wrapped separately, and th« large package is broken by the agent of the seller who delivers the smaller packages to those who had given specific orders for them, such business is interstate commerce, and the agent of the seller is not, for this transaction, subject to a license tax. Cason v. Quinby, 60 Fla. 35, 53 So. 741. (1913). Where the plaintiff is a foreign corporation engaged solely in interstate traffic, and does not maintain an office or place of business in the state, and the contract upon which is predicated the note sued on involves artides prepared out of the state and shipped into the state to customers, such transactions are interstate commerce, and are not subject to the provisions of chapter 5717, Acts 1907, requiring foreign corporations to file specified statements, and to pay designated fees, before such foreign corporations can transact any business in the state, and making void contracts made without complying with the statute. Circular Advertising Co. v. American Mercantile Co., 66 Fla. 96, 63 So. 3. (1916). Sales of articles by agent in another state as interstate commerce. American Mercantile Co. v. Circular Advertising Co., 71 Fla. 522, 71 So. 607. § 4. Paramount authority of congress. (1910). A municipal ordinance can not lawfully impose a burden upon interstate commerce.. Cason v. Quinby, 60 Fla. 35, 53 So. 741. (1913). When Congress does act, and its action covers the subject-matter, its action is exclusive as to interference. Until and unless Congress does act, and its action covers the subject-matter, the states may act. Sligh v. Kirkwood, 65 Fla. 123, 61 So. 185. (1913). Where a state can not, under the law, directly discriminate against or burden interstate commerce, it can not do so by indirection. Circ...

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