ICC v. Baltimore & Ohio R. Co.,
355 U.S. 175 (1957)

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ICC v. Baltimore & Ohio R. Co., 355 U.S. 175 (1957)

Interstate Commerce Commission v. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co.

No. 463

Decided December 9, 1957*

355 U.S. 175


The District Court, reviewing an order of the Interstate Commerce Commission establishing the tariff relationship on imported iron ore shipped by railroad to Central Freight Association territory from the ports of New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, vacated that portion of the order relating to New York as being without basis in the record and remanded to the Commission for more explicit findings that portion of the order dealing with the relationship between Philadelphia and Baltimore rates.

Held: in carrying out the District Court's direction regarding the Philadelphia and Baltimore rates, the Commission should be left free to take into account the effect of New York rates on the tariff relationship between Philadelphia and Baltimore and the effect of that relationship on New York, and to enter such orders with respect to all three ports as the Commission may find to be required by their interrelationship. Pp. 355 U. S. 176-178.

151 F.Supp. 258, decree vacated in part and case remanded.

Page 355 U. S. 176

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