Pennsylvania R. Co. v. Mitchell Coal & Coke Co.,
238 U.S. 251 (1915)

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Pennsylvania R. Co. v. Mitchell Coal & Coke Co., 238 U.S. 251 (1915)

Pennsylvania Railroad Company v. Mitchell Coal & Coke Company

No. 287

Argued May 14, 1915

Decided June 14, 1915

238 U.S. 251


There being nothing in the record to show that any of. the shipments involved in this case, in which the state court gave a judgment against the carrier for damages for discrimination in secret allowance of rebates to other shippers of like goods under the state law, were interstate shipments, and the court having found that all the shipments were intrastate, the judgment is affirmed.

241 Pa.St. 536 affirmed.

The facts, which involve the validity of a judgment recovered in the state court by a shipper of coal for damages sustained through unlawful discrimination by the carrier in allowing and paying rebates to other shippers, are stated in the opinion.

Page 238 U. S. 252

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