United States v. United States Steel Corp.,
240 U.S. 442 (1916)

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United States v. United States Steel Corp., 240 U.S. 442 (1916)

United States v. United States Steel Corporation

No. ___

Application submitted March 14, 1916

Decided March 20, 1916

240 U.S. 442


This case having been commenced, and a large part of the testimony taken, printed, and indexed and bound before Equity Rule 75 became operative, and the reference to testimony in the opinion of the court below being directed to the testimony as contained in the bound volume, held that the case is an exception to Equity Rule 75 and the testimony in its original form as contained in such printed volume constitute parts of the record on appeal.

Sixty days' extension of time granted for filing in this Court the record made up conformably to these view.

On application for an order extending the time to docket the case and file the record in this Court.

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