United States v. Hancock Truck Lines, Inc.
324 U.S. 774 (1945)

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United States v. Hancock Truck Lines, Inc., 324 U.S. 774 (1945)

United States v. Hancock Truck Lines, Inc.

No. 448

Argued March 27, 1945

Decided April 23, 1945*

324 U.S. 774

Syllabus

1. The period for taking an appeal to this Court from a final decree of a District Court of three judges in a suit to set aside an order of the Interstate Commerce Commission is sixty days. P. 324 U. S. 776.

2. An appeal to this Court from a final decree of a District Court of three judges may be allowed by a single judge. P. 324 U. S. 777.

3. It was improper for the District Court to reverse an order of the Interstate Commerce Commission in respect of a provision therein as to which the suitor had advised the Commission that it no longer objected, but acquiesced. P. 324 U. S. 779.

Reversed.

Appeal from a decree of a district court of three judges which set aside in part an order of the Interstate Commerce Commission, 42 M.C.C. 547.

Page 324 U. S. 775

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