Interstate Commerce Commission v. Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company

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United States Supreme Court

218 U.S. 88

Interstate Commerce Commission  v.  Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company

 Argued: April 5, 6, 1910. --- Decided: May 31, 1910

Messrs. Wade H. Ellis, Luther M. Walter, and Edwin P. Grosvenor for appellant in No. 663.

Messrs. John Lee Webster, George T. Bell, and John H. Atwood for appellants in No. 664.

Messrs. Frederick Manley Ives and Everett M. Burdett as amici curice in support of position of appellants.

Messrs. William D. McHugh and Colin C. H. Fyffe for appellees.

Mr. Justice McKenna delivered the opinion of the court:


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