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United States v. Yellow Cab Company (332 U.S. 218)

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United States Supreme Court

332 U.S. 218

United States  v.  Yellow Cab Company

 Argued: May 7, 1947. --- Decided: June 23, 1947

A complaint, alleging a conspiracy to control principal taxicab operating companies in Chicago and to exclude others from engaging in the transportation of interstate train passengers between their homes and railroad stations in normal course of their independent local service, did not allege a cause of action under the Sherman Anti-Trust Act because not related to transportation in 'interstate commerce'. Sherman Anti-Trust Act, §§ 1, 2, 4, 15 U.S.C.A. §§ 1, 2, 4.

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Mr.Charles H. Weston, of Washington, D.C., for appellant.

Mr. Samuel H. Kaufman, of New York City, for appellees.

Mr. Justice MURPHY delivered the opinion of the Court.


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