Lincoln Gas Electric Light Company v. City of Lincoln (250 U.S. 256)
United States Supreme Court
LINCOLN GAS ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY v. CITY OF LINCOLN (250 U.S. 256)
Argued: Oct. 5 and 8, 1917. --- Decided: June 2, 1919
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Messrs. Robert Burns, of New York City, E. C. Strode, of Lincoln, Neb., and Charles A. Frueauff, of New York City, for appellant.
Messrs. W. M. Morning, C. Petrus Peterson, and G. W. Berge, all of Lincoln, Neb., for appellees.
Mr. Justice PITNEY delivered the opinion of the Court.
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