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called an attempt to enforce an unauthorized injunction by the
organization engaging therein.* In a few cases all picketing
has been regarded as unlawful and subject to injunction;^ but
the weight of opinion refuses to interfere with peaceful picketing,

' United States v. Haggerty, 116 Fed. 510; Hitchman Coal Co. v. Mitchell,
172 Fed. 963 ; Connett v. Hatters, supra.

* This section above ; and see Pierce v. Stablemen's Union, 156 Cal. 70, 103
Pac. 324.

• See sec. 122 ; and see Lohse Patent Door Co. v. Fuelle, supra; Shine v. Fox
Bros. Mfg. Co., 156 Fed. 357, 86 CCA. 311 ; Purvis v. Brotherhood, supra.

* Toledo, etc., R. Co. v. Pennsylvania Co., supra; In re Debs, supra.

« Loewe v. Lawlor, 208 U.S. 274. 28 Sup. Ct. 301 ; United Statea v. Working-
men's Amal. Council, 54 Fed. 994.

• In re Debs, supra.
^Sce sec. 121.

'Otis Steel Co. v. Iron Molders' Union, 110 Fed. 698; and see Sherry v.
Perkins, supra; Union P. R. Co. v. Ruef, supra.

•Atchison, etc., R. Co. v. Gee, 139 Fed. 582; A. R. Barnes



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