Nine industrial corporations sought to set aside an order of the Interstate Commerce Commission commanding the railroad or railroads serving industrial plants of the plaintiffs to cease and desist from the payment of allowance for the spotting of cars and switching services performed by plaintiffs on plant facilities. They contended the commission exceeded its powers in making the order and that its findings were not supported by substantial evidence. Held, that there was substantial evidence to support the findings and that the order was valid and should be sustained. United States v. Pan American Petroleum Corp., 304 U.S. 156, 58 S. Ct. 771 (1938).
Arthur P. Boynton,
CARRIERS - DISCRIMINATION -ALLOWANCE IN LIEU OF SPOTTING SERVICE BY RAILROADS -VALIDITY OF CEASE AND DESIST ORDER,
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