New York v. United States (331 U.S. 284)


New York v. United States (331 U.S. 284) by William O. Douglas
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331 U.S. 284

New York  v.  United States (331 U.S. 284)

 Argued: March 3, 4, 5, 1947. --- Decided: May 12, 1947

See 331 U.S. 866, 67 S.Ct. 1527.

Appeals from the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of New York.

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Mr. Parker McCollester, of New York City, for appellants State of New York and others.

Mr. Henry F. Foley, of Boston, Mass., for appellants State of Maine and others.

Mr. Douglas F. Smith, of Chicago, Ill., for appellants A., T. & S.F.R. Co. and others.

Mr. Edward H. Miller, of Washington, D.C., for The United States.

Mr. Daniel W. Knowlton, of Washington, D.C., for Interstate Commerce Commission.

Mr. J. V. Norman, of Washington, D.C., for Southern States & Southern Governors' Conference.

Mr. Byron M. Gary, of Topeka, Kan., for States of Arkansas, Kansas, and others.

Mr. Justice DOUGLAS delivered the opinion of the Court.

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