Early Decision Is Promised., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-02


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EARLY DECISION IS PROMISED. r_ mucins ,.n the sppHcatiou of Janes Butler for a peremptory mandamus writ against the New York sine Racing Commission lo compel iis members to issue a license for racing this year to Hie F.uipire City Club were beard by .Incite Mills at White Platan, Saturday. At the conclusion of the argu-nieiils. Judge Mils asked that briefs be submitted and promised an earl] decision. Colonel Franklin Burtleti appear.-. I for the. Racing Commission. The basi of his argument and the answer id the Commission was that aii act of legislation had seated iu it the right lo grant licenses lo hold laaanag horse ra.e meetings iu the state that right could be even isc-d al will and mis not subject to revision by the courts. James Kusscll Soley appeared for Mr. Butler. His argument was along the lines set out in Ihe applicaiiou for the mundniuiis writ, claiming injustice aad impartiality on the part ot tlie Commission.

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