Alabama Railway Company v. Jackson Railway Company
United States Supreme Court
ALABAMA RAILWAY COMPANY v. JACKSON RAILWAY COMPANY
Argued: April 16, 1926. --- Decided: May 24, 1926
Messrs. J. Blanc Monroe, of New Orleans, La., Robert H. Thompson, of Jackson, Miss., Monte M. Lemann, of New Orleans, La., A. S. Bozeman, of Meridian, Miss., and S. L. McLaurin, of Brandon, Miss., for plaintiffs in error.
Messrs. George B. Neville, of Meridian, Miss., Marcellus Green, of Jackson, Miss., and Hardy R. Stone, of Meridian, Miss., for defendant in error.
Mr. Justice BRANDEIS delivered the opinion of the Court.
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