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    RAYMOND v. CHICAGO EDISON CO, 207 U.S. 42 (1907)

    U.S. Supreme Court

    RAYMOND v. CHICAGO EDISON CO, 207 U.S. 42 (1907)

    207 U.S. 42

    SAMUEL B. RAYMOND, County Treasurer, etc., Appts., v. CHICAGO EDISON COMPANY. SAMUEL B. RAYMOND, County Treasurer, etc., Appts., v. CHICAGO CITY RAILWAY COMPANY. SAMUEL B. RAYMOND, County Treasurer, etc., Appts., v. SOUTH CHICAGO CITY RAILWAY COMPANY. SAMUEL B. RAYMOND, County Treasurer, etc., Appts., v. PEOPLE'S GASLIGHT & COKE COMPANY. SAMUEL B. RAYMOND, County Treasurer, etc., Appts., v. CHICAGO TELEPHONE COMPANY. SAMUEL B. RAYMOND, County Treasurer, etc., Appts., v. CHICAGO CONSOLIDATED TRACTION Company. Nos. 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121.

    Supreme Court of the United States
    Argued April 8, 9, 1907. October 21, 1907

    Messrs. David K. Tone, James Hamilton Lewis, Harry A. Lewis, William F. Struckmann, William H. Stead, and George B. Gillespie for appellants. Mr. Frank L. Shepard also for appellants in Nos. 116, 117, 120, 121. Mr. Edward J. Brundage also for appellants in No. 117. Messrs. William G. Beale, Gilbert E. Porter, Buell Mckeever, and Waldo F. Tobey for the Chicago Edison Company. Mr. John P. Wilson for the Chicago City Railway Company. Messrs. John S. Miller and Merritt Starr for the South Chicago City Railway Company. Mr. James F. Meagher for the People's Gaslight & Coke Company. Messrs. William G. Beale, Charles S. Holt, and William P. Sidley for the Chicago Telephone Company. Messrs. William W. Gurley, Isaac M. Jordan, Arthur Dyrenforth, and Howard M. Carter for the Chicago Consolidated Traction Company.

    Mr. Justice Peckham delivered the opinion of the court: These cases involve the same principle as that already decided in No. 115 [ 207 U.S. 20 , 52 L. ed.-, 28 Sup. Ct. Rep. 7], and although the facts differ somewhat in the various cases, yet they present substantially the same questions, and the judgment in each case is therefore affirmed.[ Raymond v. Chicago Edison Co 207 U.S. 42 (1907) ]

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