Texas & Pacific Ry. Co. v. Cisco Oil Mill
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204 U.S. 449 (1907)
U.S. Supreme Court
Texas & Pacific Ry. Co. v. Cisco Oil Mill, 204 U.S. 449 (1907)
Texas and Pacific Railway Company v. Cisco Oil Mill
Submitted November 2, 1906
Decided February 25, 1907
204 U.S. 449
ERROR TO THE COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS FOR THE SECOND
SUPREME JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF TEXAS
Texas & Pacific Railway v. Abilene Cotton Oil Co., ante, p. 204 U. S. 426, followed as to abrogation by passage of Interstate Commerce Act of common law remedy for recovery of unreasonable freight charges on interstate shipment where rates charged were those duly fixed by the carrier according to the act and which had not been found unreasonable by Interstate Commerce Commission.
A tariff of rates of which schedules have been filed by a carrier with the Interstate Commerce Commission and also with its freight agents is in force and operative although the copies thereof may not have been posted in the carrier's depots as required by the act.
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