Assigned Car Cases United States v. Berwind-White Coal Mining Company

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United States Supreme Court

274 U.S. 564

Assigned Car Cases United States  v.  Berwind-White Coal Mining Company

 Argued: and Submitted March 2, 3, 1927. --- Decided: May 31, 1927

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Mr. Blackburn Esterline, of Washington, D. C., for the United states.

Messrs. Francis I. Gowen and F. M. Rivinus, both of Philadelphia, Pa., for Akron, Canton & Y. Ry. Co.

Mr. Frederick H. Wood, of New York City, for Bethlehem Steel Co.

Mr. Walker D. Hines, of New York City, for Berwind-White Coal Mining Co.

Mr. R. Granville Curry, of Washington, D. C., for Interstate Commerce Commission.

Mr. Wayne Johnson, of New York City, for Pennsylvania Coal & Coke Co.

Messrs. Ralph J. Baker, of Harrisburg, Pa., and John Lord O'Brien, of New York City, for Rainey-Wood Coke Co.

Messrs. Frank Bergen and William H. Speer, both of Newark, N. J., and August Gutheim, of Washington, D. C., for Public Service Electric & Gas Co.

Mr. E. L. Greever, of Tazewell, Va., for Pocahontas Operators' Ass'n.

Mr. Justice BRANDEIS delivered the opinion of the Court.

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