General Committee v. Southern Pacific Co.
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320 U.S. 338 (1943)
U.S. Supreme Court
General Committee v. Southern Pacific Co., 320 U.S. 338 (1943)
General Committee of Adjustment of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
for Pacific Lines of Southern Pacific Co. v. Southern Pacific Co.
Argued October 14, 15, 1943
Decided November 22, 1943
320 U.S. 338
Upon the authority of General Committee of Adjustment v. Missouri-Kansas-Texas R. Co., ante, p. 320 U. S. 323, and Switchmen's Union v. National Mediation Board, ante, p. 320 U. S. 297, held, that the questions in this case -- arising out of a so-called jurisdictional controversy between labor unions -- are not justiciable issues under the Railway Labor Act, and the District Court was without power to resolve them. P. 320 U. S. 343.
132 F.2d 194 reversed.
Certiorari, 319 U.S. 736, on cross-petitions to review a judgment which modified and affirmed a decree determining on the merits a suit for a declaratory judgment.
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