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City of Jersey City v. Martin

New Jersey Supreme Court


Decided: March 6, 1939.

CITY OF JERSEY CITY, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, PROSECUTOR,
v.
J. H. THAYER MARTIN, STATE TAX COMMISSIONER, RESPONDENT

On writs of certiorari.

For the prosecutor, Charles Hershenstein, Edward J. O'Mara and James A. Hamill.

For the respondent, David T. Wilentz, attorney-general, Herbert J. Hannoch, John Solan and Morris Weinstein.

Before Justices Case, Donges and Porter.

Per Curiam.

These cases are on three writs of certiorari which bring up certificates of apportionment made by the State Tax Commissioner under chapters 7 and 8, Pamph. L. 1938, and present for review the constitutionality of those statutes and the legality of the apportionments of gross receipts of the Public Service Co-ordinated Transport, the Public Service Electric and Gas Company and the New Jersey Bell Telephone Company. The apportionments made by the Tax Commissioner are affirmed and the writs are dismissed for the reasons given in our determination of The City of Camden v. State Board of Tax Appeals, 122 N.J.L. 253, and of The Mayor, &c., of Hoboken v. Martin, State Tax Commissioner, et al., 122 Id. 264, filed simultaneously herewith; without costs.

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