Broad River Power Co. v. South Carolina
282 U.S. 187 (1930)

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Broad River Power Co. v. South Carolina, 282 U.S. 187 (1930)

Broad River Power Co. v. South Carolina

No. 528 (1929 Term)

Argued on Rehearing, December 3, 4, 1930

Decided December 15, 1930

282 U.S. 187


Upon rehearing of this cause, the Court, though divided upon the reasons, adheres to the view that the writ of certiorari should be dismissed for want of jurisdiction. See 281 U. S. 281 U.S. 537.

Page 282 U. S. 192

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