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W. K. VANDERBILT, JR., FINED.

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W. K. VANDERBILT, JR., FINED.

The New York Times
July 22, 1900


Violated the Law by Driving Motor Vehicle Too Rapidly.

MILTON, Mass., July 21.—It developed to-day, when the case was called in court, that William K. Vanderbilt, Jr., the young millionaire who yesterday made a flying trip from Newport to Boston in his motor vehicle, was arrested yesterday afternoon by Park Policeman Bernard O'Neil for violating the Blue Hill Park Reservation laws concerning the speed of vehicles.

Mr. Vanderbilt was taken to the station here, and after about an hour's delay a Bail Commissioner from Quincy appeared and Mr. Vanderbilt was released on $25 bail. In court this morning Lawyer John McKnight appeared for Mr. Vanderbilt and pleaded nolo contendere. A fine of $15 was imposed, which was paid by counsel.



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