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[ GR No. 4836, Dec 21, 1908 ]

US v. JOSE GRAJO +

DECISION

G.R. No. 4836

[ G.R. No. 4836, December 21, 1908 ]

THE UNITED STATES, PLAINTIFF AND APPELLEE, VS. JOSE GRAJO (ALIAS JAO), DEFENDANT AND APPELLANT.

D E C I S I O N

ARELLANO, C.J.:

OPIUM LAW. From the Court of First Instance of Sorsogon.  Abreu, J.

The accused was found guilty of selling opium to parties who were not provided with an opium smoker's license, in violation of Act No. 1761, and sentenced to pay a fine of  P50 and 5 days of prision, with subsidiary imprisonment in case of insolvency, and costs. Evidence decreed sufficient to sustain conviction.  Judgment affirmed.

For appellant: Federico  Olbes.
For appellee: Attorney-General Villamor.

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