United States v. Union Stock Yard & Transit Company of Chicago No 621 Chicago Junction Railway Company
|United States v. Union Stock Yard & Transit Company of Chicago No 621 Chicago Junction Railway Company by
United States Supreme Court
UNITED STATES v. UNION STOCK YARD & TRANSIT COMPANY OF CHICAGO NO 621 CHICAGO JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY
Argued: October 24, 1912. --- Decided: December 9, 1912
Assistant Attorney General Adkins and Mr. William E. Lamb, Special Assistant to the Attorney General, for appellant in No. 621, and appellee in No. 622.
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Mr. Ralph M. Shaw for appellees other than Louis Pfaelzer & Sons, in No. 621, and appellant in No. 622.
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Messrs. Willard M. McEwen and Joseph Weissenbach for Louis Pfaelzer & Sons, appellee in No. 621.
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Mr. Justice Day delivered the opinion of the court:
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