Brush Electric Co. v. Galveston
262 U.S. 443 (1923)

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Brush Electric Co. v. Galveston, 262 U.S. 443 (1923)

Brush Electric Company v. Galveston, 262 U.S. 443 (1923)

No. 179

Argued April 18, 19, 1923

Decided June 4, 1923

262 U.S. 443

Syllabus

A decree of the district court refusing present relief by injunction from rates challenged by a public utility company as confiscatory, but leaving the plaintiff free to renew its application after an actual test of the rates, affirmed because the evidence was so conflicting and the conclusion to be drawn from it respecting items involved in the computation was so uncertain and speculative as not to warrant disturbance of the findings of the lower court. P. 262 U. S. 446.

Affirmed.

Appeal from a decree of the district court refusing to enjoin the enforcement of ordinances of the appellee regulating the rates to be charged by the appellant for electricity.

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