New York ex rel Water Co. v. Maltbie,
303 U.S. 158 (1938)

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New York ex rel Water Co. v. Maltbie, 303 U.S. 158 (1938)

New York ex rel Water Co. v. Maltbie

No. 380

Argued February 3, 4, 1938

Decided February 14, 1938

303 U.S. 158


A public utility in New York, complaining of an order reducing its rates, sought a review by certiorari, which, under the state practice, is limited to questions of law.


1. That it had no standing to say that the limitation deprived it of due process of law. P. 160.

2. That, of the questions of law presented, including the question whether there was evidence to sustain the findings of fact made by the rate-fixing body, none was a substantial federal question. Id.

Appeal from 275 N.Y. 357, 9 N.E.2d 961, dismissed.

Page 303 U. S. 159

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