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are Hu- most the scarc- The I n t e r s t a t e and not of the anti-trust act. the having been passed to reach the evil trade trusts, and that congress in ing the anti-trust act rejected an amendment seeking to make it apply railroad companies, seeking to extend the provisions of the act of transporta- tion agencies, for the reason that the interstate commerce act already cov- ered the subject fully, and railroad sociations to fix rates could not public interests by fixing unreasonable rates, because the interstate commerce commission could directly require to reduce rates if extortionate prices are charged, and that, in fact, the sociation has reduced rates at the of over 100 deductions per year its existence. The attorneys for the railroads filed briefs in the case aggregating JiOO pages.

Clipped from The Daily Plainsman01 Jun 1893, ThuPage 2

The Daily Plainsman (Huron, South Dakota)01 Jun 1893, ThuPage 2
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