Western Maryland R. Co. v. Rogan,
340 U.S. 520 (1951)

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Western Maryland R. Co. v. Rogan, 340 U.S. 520 (1951)

Western Maryland R. Co. v. Rogan

No. 205

Argued Nov. 28, 29, 1950

Decided Feb. 26, 1951

340 U.S. 520


A Maryland franchise tax on railroads, measured by gross receipts apportioned according to mileage within the State, was challenged as invalid under the Import-Export Clause, Art. I, § 10, cl. 2, of the Federal Constitution, to the extent that the gross receipts by which the tax is measured include revenues derived from the transportation of goods moving in foreign trade. Held: the tax is sustained. Canton R. Co. v. Rogan, ante, p. 340 U. S. 511.

___ Md. ___, 73 A.2d 12, affirmed.

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