Pyle v. Texas Transport & Terminal Company G

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United States Supreme Court

238 U.S. 90

Pyle  v.  Texas Transport & Terminal Company G

J. A. E. PYLE, Trustee in Bankruptcy of Steele,

Miller, & Company, Appt.,

v.

TEXAS TRANSPORT & TERMINAL COMPANY, Compagnie G en erale

Transatlantique, and Comptoir D'Escompte de Mulhouse.

No. 227.

J. A. E. PYLE, Trustee in Bankruptcy of Steele,

Miller, & Company, Appt.,

v.

TEXAS TRANSPORT & TERMINAL COMPANY, Compagnie G en erale Transatlantique, and Paul Chardin.

No. 228.

J. A. E. PYLE, Trustee in Bankruptcy of Steele,

Miller, & Company, Appt.,

v.

TEXAS TRANSPORT & TERMINAL COMPANY, Compagnie G en erale

Transatlantique, and Soci et e G en erale.

No. 229.

J. A. E. PYLE, Trustee in Bankruptcy of Steels,

Miller, & Company, Appt.,

v.

TEXAS TRANSPORT & TERMINAL COMPANY, Compagnie G en erale Transatlantique, and Credit Havrais.

No. 230.

Nos. 226, 227, 228, 229, 230.

Argued April 16 and, 19, 1915.

Decided June 1, 1915.

Messrs. William C. Dufour, W. J. Lamb, H. Generes Dufour, and George Janvier for appellant.

Messrs. Victor Leovy, Joseph Paxton Blair, and George Den egre for appellees.

Mr. Justice McReynolds delivered the opinion of the court:

Notes[edit]

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States federal government (see 17 U.S.C. 105).