H. D. Brown Gets An Injunction., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-18


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H D BROWN GETS AN INJUNCTION INJUNCTIONNew New York April 17 In a temporary injunction granted yesterday by Judge Julius M Mayer in the Culled States District Court the Jockey Club the National Hunts and Steeplechase Association ami the olllcors and members of both are forbidden to exer iIsii any authority or jurisdiction iu any way over racing iu any part of the Tnited States except with ¬ in this slate This is the first resiionsc of the fed ¬ eral court to a iHtition of tae Maryland State Fair Association which controls a race course at Laurel Mil and which through Manager H D Brown prwents the pica that the Jockev Chilis influence over racing is virtually an illegal combination iu restraint etitionThe of trade to quote the etition The suit seeks to restrain the Jockey Club and Its associates from interfering witli or meddling in racing outside the state of New York and from en ¬ forcing any HMO penalty or disqualification against any boi e owner trainer jockey attendant or ollleiai participating in any race meeting held out tilde the stale of New York without the recognition auction or approval of the Jockey Club ClubThe The bill of complaint further alleges that the Maryland State Fair Is fully equipped for the giving of running races and ilesires to conduct an inde pelidanl meeting in Ihe state of Maryland without being controlled by the Jockey Club

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