MUNOZ v. PORTO RICO RY. LIGHT & POWER CO.

No. 3084.

83 F.2d 262 (1936)

MUNOZ et al. v. PORTO RICO RY. LIGHT & POWER CO.

Circuit Court of Appeals, First Circuit.

April 2, 1936.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

William Cattron Rigby, of Washington, D. C., and Miguel A. Munoz, of San Juan, P. R. (B. Fernandez Garcia, Atty. Gen., and Nathan R. Margold, Sol., Department of Interior, of Washington, D. C., on the brief), for appellants.

Carroll G. Walter, of New York City (Henri Brown, of San Juan, P. R., on the brief), for appellee.

Before BINGHAM, WILSON, and MORTON, Circuit Judges.


WILSON, Circuit Judge.

This is a bill in equity brought by the Porto Rico Railway Light & Power Company (hereinafter referred to as the Power Co.) to enjoin the enforcement of an order made by the Public Service Commission of Puerto Rico (hereinafter referred to as the Commission) requiring the Power Co. to reduce its rates for furnishing electric energy on the island of Puerto Rico.

Jurisdiction is based upon the ground that the case arises under a law...

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