The Chicago Junction Case

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United States Supreme Court

264 U.S. 258

The Chicago Junction Case

 Argued: Jan. 24, 1924. --- Decided: March 3, 1924

Messrs. Luther M. Walter and John S. Burchmore, both of Chicago, Ill., for appellants.

Messrs. Blackburn Esterline and Robert J. Cary, both of Chicago, Ill., for the United States.

Mr. P. J. Farrell, of Washington, D. C., for Interstate Commerce Commission.

Mr. Ralph M. Shaw, of Chicago, Ill., for appellees Chicago Junction Ry. Co. and others.

Mr. Justice BRANDEIS delivered the opinion of the Court.


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