A collision occurred in the St. Clair river between the vessel "George D. Dixon" owned by the petitioner, Great Lakes Transit Corporation, and the vessel "Willis L. King" owned by the Interstate Steamship Company. Each owner brought a libel in admiralty against the other. The suits were consolidated. The Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company and other underwriters having...
GREAT LAKES CORP. v. S.S. CO.
301 U.S. 646 (1937)
GREAT LAKES TRANSIT CORP. v. INTERSTATE STEAMSHIP CO. ET AL.
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Argued April 28, 29, 1937.
Decided June 1, 1937.
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