Alabama Great Southern Company v. United States Galveston Chamber of Commerce
United States Supreme Court
ALABAMA GREAT SOUTHERN COMPANY v. UNITED STATES GALVESTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Argued: Nov. 8, 9, 1950. --- Decided: Jan 2, 1951
As Amended on Denial of Rehearing
Feb. 26, 1951.
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Mr. Harold E. Spencer, Chicago, Ill., for Alabama Great So. R. co.
Mr. William A. Disque, Washington, D.C., for Galveston Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Price Daniel, Liberty, Tex., Mr. Charles E. Crenshaw, Houston, Tex., for Railroad Commission of Texas.
Mr. S. R. Hillyer, Chicago, Ill., for Savannah Sugar Refining Corp.
Mr. Philip Elman, Washington, D.C., for appellees U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission.
Mr. Nuel D. Belnap, Chicago, Ill., for appellees, American Barge Line Co. and others.
Mr. Justice MINTON delivered the opinion of the Court.
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