Arthur v. Butterfield

In Arthur v. Butterfield, 125 U.S. 70, (1888) decided in March, 1888, it was held, under the later Revised Statutes 2499, that "to place articles among those designated as enumerated, it is not necessary that they should be specifically mentioned. It is sufficient that they are designated in any way to distinguish them from other articles;" and that the words "manufactures of hair" were a sufficient designation to place such manufactures among the enumerated articles.