Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad Company v. Ackley
94 U.S. 179 (1876)

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Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad Company v. Ackley, 94 U.S. 179 (1876)

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad Company v. Ackley

94 U.S. 179

Syllabus

A railroad company in Wisconsin cannot recover for the transportation of property more than the maximum fixed by the act of that State of March 11,1874, by showing that the amount charged was no more than a reasonable compensation for the services rendered.

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