Local 167, Int'l Brotherhood of Teamsters v. United States
291 U.S. 293 (1934)

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Local 167, Int'l Brotherhood of Teamsters v. United States, 291 U.S. 293 (1934)

Local 167, International Brotherhood

of Teamsters v. United States

No. 6

Argued January 17, 18, 1934

Decided February 5, 1934

291 U.S. 293

APPEAL FROM THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK

1. Failure to comply with 28 U.S.C. § 862 and Rule 9 in respect of assignment of errors may be taken as sufficient ground for dismissal. P. 291 U. S. 296.

2. Control of the handling, sales and prices of commodities at the place of origin before their interstate journey begins, or in the destination where the interstate movement ends, may operate directly to restrain and monopolize interstate commerce. P. 291 U. S. 297.

3. The Sherman Act denounces every conspiracy in restraint of interstate trade, including those that are to be carried on by acts constituting intrastate transactions. P. 291 U. S. 297.

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