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SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. V. STEWART, 245 U. S. 562 (1918)

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U.S. Supreme Court

Southern Pacific Co. v. Stewart, 245 U.S. 562 (1918)

Southern Pacific Co. v. Stewart

No. 348

Petition for rehearing. Granted and former

dismissal vacated January 28, 1918

245 U.S. 562

ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT

Syllabus

The dismissal (ante 245 U. S. 359) having resulted from a misunderstanding, due to an incomplete printed record and to statements in the briefs, rehearing is granted, the dismissal set aside, and the cause restored to the docket.

Memorandum opinion by direction of the Court by MR. JUSTICE DAY.

The opinion in this case was handed down on December 17, 1917. The cause was submitted on a motion to dismiss, which was sustained. The printed record did not contain the proceedings upon the application to remove the cause from the state court. The briefs of counsel upon both sides, upon which the case was submitted, stated that the case was removed because of diversity of citizenship. Treating these statements as the equivalent of a stipulation, the Court decided the case and rendered judgment. It now appears by a certified copy of the record on removal, filed by the plaintiff in error, that the removal petition contained an allegation that the complaint alleged a cause of action arising under the Interstate Commerce Act, and this fact, as well as diversity of citizenship was made a ground of removal. chanroblesvirtualawlibrary

Page 245 U. S. 563

In this view, it follows that, as our order of dismissal rested upon the assumption that the removal was because of diversity of citizenship only, the petition for rehearing must be granted, the order of dismissal set aside, and the cause restored to the docket.

So ordered.





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