Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
C. F. Taplin and H. H. Hoppe, both of Cleveland, Ohio (Taplin & Fillius, of Cleveland, Ohio, of counsel), for the Pittsburgh & W. V. Ry. Co.
Elmer B. Collins, Sp. Asst. to Atty. Gen., for the United States.
Daniel W. Knowlton and Nelson Thomas, both of Washington, D. C., for defendant Interstate Commerce Commission.
W. C. Boyle, Clan Crawford, Charles F. Close, and Andrew P. Martin, all of Cleveland, Ohio (Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, of Cleveland, Ohio, of counsel), for defendant Wheeling & L. E. R. Co.
Charles W. Stage, W. H. Boyd, H. H. McKeehan, and L. C. Wykoff, all of Cleveland, Ohio (Boyd, Cannon, Brooks & Wickham, Dustin, McKeehan, Merrick, Arter & Stewart, and George W. Cottrell, all of Cleveland, Ohio, of counsel), for defendants Cleveland Union Terminals Co. and Cleveland Terminals Bldg. Co.
H. N. Quigley, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and C. C. Handy and W. N. King, both of Cleveland, Ohio, for defendant Cleveland, C., C. & St. L. Ry. Co.
E. A. Foote and T. H. Burgess, both of Cleveland, Ohio (Cook, McGowan, Foote, Bushnell & Burgess, of Cleveland, Ohio, of counsel), for defendant Erie R. Co.
Before DENISON and HICKENLOOPER, Circuit Judges, and JONES, District Judge.
District Court, N. D. Ohio, E. D.
Upon application of the Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Company, hereinafter referred to as Wheeling, the Interstate Commerce Commission issued its certificate of public convenience and necessity (finance docket Nos. 7298 and 7299) certifying, in addition to making provision for temporary terminal facilities, that the present and future public convenience and necessity required Wheeling "to acquire passenger station facilities and service in the...
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