Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company v. United States

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United States Supreme Court

238 U.S. 1

Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company  v.  United States

 Argued: March 1, 1915. --- Decided: June 1, 1915

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Messrs. William A. Colston, Henry L. Stone, Claude Waller, John B. Keeble, and William A. Northcutt for appellants.

Solicitor General Davis for the United States.

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Mr. Charles W. Needham for the Interstate Commerce Commission.

Messrs. A. G. Ewing, Jr., and T. J. McMorrough for the Traffic Bureau of Nashville.

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Mr. Justice Lamar delivered the opinion of the court:


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