Newton v. Kings County Lighting Co.,
258 U.S. 180 (1922)

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Newton v. Kings County Lighting Co., 258 U.S. 180 (1922)

Newton v. Kings County Lighting Company

No. 295

Argued January 5, 6, 1922

Decided March 6, 1922

258 U.S. 180


Approving the conclusion of the master and of the district court that the gas rate imposed on appellee under New York Laws, 1906, c. 125; 1916, c. 604, had become confiscatory.

268 F. 143 affirmed.

Appeal from a decree enjoining enforcement of a statutory gas rate as confiscatory. See also the preceding cases, ante, 258 U. S. 165, 258 U. S. 178.

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