Railroad Retirement Bd. v. Duquesne Warehouse Co.
326 U.S. 446 (1946)

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Railroad Retirement Bd. v. Duquesne Warehouse Co., 326 U.S. 446 (1946)

Railroad Retirement Board v. Duquesne Warehouse Co.

No. 95

Argued November 14, 1945

Decided January 2, 1946*

326 U.S. 446

Syllabus

Where a warehouse company wholly owned by a railroad company loads and unloads goods shipped on the railroad, it performs services "in connection with the transportation of . . . property by railroad;" it is an "employer" within the meaning of § l(a) of the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 and § l(a) of the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act of 1938, and its employees are entitled to the benefits of those Acts, even though the services are rendered to, and paid for by, the shippers. P. 326 U. S. 453.

148 F.2d 473, reversed; 149 F.2d 507, affirmed.

No. 95. Certiorari, 325 U.S. 848, to review affirmance of a judgment, 56 F.Supp. 87, setting aside a decision of

Page 326 U. S. 447

the Railroad Retirement Board holding that respondent is an "employer" within the meaning of § 1(a) of the Railroad Retirement Act.

No. 103. Certiorari, 325 U.S. 848, to review reversal of a judgment setting aside a decision of the Railroad Retirement Board holding that petitioner is an "employer" within the meaning of § 1(a) of the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act.

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