UNITED STATES V. AMERICAN-ASIATIC S.S. CO., 242 U. S. 537 (1917)Subscribe to Cases that cite 242 U. S. 537
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United States v. American-Asiatic S.S. Co., 242 U.S. 537 (1917)
United States v. American-Asiatic Steamship Company
No. 138, 169
Motions to reverse and remand with instruction
to dismiss petition without prejudice
Submitted December 4, 1916
Decided January 22, 1917
242 U.S. 537
The agreements between British, German, and American steamship companies which were assailed as contrary to the Anti-Trust Act of July 2, 1890, having necessarily been dissolved by the European war, and the questions raised by the bills having thereby become moot when the decrees of the court below were entered, the decrees are reversed and the cases remanded with directions to dismiss the bills without prejudice, as in United States v. Hamburg-American Co., 239 U. S. 466.
220 F.2d 0 reversed.
The case is stated in the opinion.