Response or Comment
The Supreme Court of the United States has recently decided two important cases relating to the proper valuation of the property of public service corporations for the purpose of fixing rates to be charged for their services. These are Knoxille v. Knoxville Water Company, 211 U. S.--. 29 S. C. 148, and Willcox Y. Consolidated Gas Co.. -- U. S. --. 29 S. C. 192,a both decided January 4, 1909.
Wilgus, Horace LaFayette. "Valuing Property and Franchises of Public Service Corporations for Fixing Rates." Mich. L. Rev. 7 (1909): 412-7.
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