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SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. V. ICC, 215 U. S. 226 (1909)

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Southern Pacific Co. v. ICC, 215 U.S. 226 (1909)

Southern Pacific Company v.

Interstate Commerce Commission

No. 275

Argued October 12, 13, 1909

Decided December 6, 1909

215 U.S. 226


On authority of preceding case, held that, under § 1 of the Expediting Act of February 11, 1903, c. 544, 32 Stat. 823, the case, although turning only on a point of law, cannot be certified to this Court in absence of any judgment, opinion, decision, or order determinative of the case below.

The facts are stated in the opinion.

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