SILER v. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
213 U.S. 199 (1909)

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SILER v. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD CO., 213 U.S. 199 (1909)

213 U.S. 199

SILER et al., as Railroad Commission, Appts.,
v.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY.
No. 522.

SILER et al., as Railroad Commission, Appts.,
v.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY IN KENTUCKY.

No. 523.

SILER et al., as Railroad Commission, Appts.,
v.
CINCINNATI, NEW ORLEANS, & TEXAS PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.

No. 524.

No. 522, 523, 524.

Supreme Court of the United States
Argued February 24, 25, 26, 1909

April 5, 1909

Messrs. C. C. McChord, Robert H. Winn, and James Breathitt for appellants.

Messrs. Edmund F. Trabue, John C. Doolan, Attilla Cox, Jr., and J. M. Dickinson for appellee in No. 522.

Mr. Alexander Pope Humphrey for appellee in No. 523.

Messrs. John Galvin, Edward Colston, and Maurice L. Galvin for appellee in No. 524.

Page 213 U.S. 199, 200

By Mr. Justice Peckham:

The above-entitled cases raise the same question that is decided in Siler v. Louisville & N. R. Co. 213 U.S. 175, 53 L. ed. 29 Sup. Ct. Rep. 451, and, upon its authority, the decrees in the above cases are affirmed.


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