Carolina Power & Light Co. v. South Carolina Public Service Authority - United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

Carolina Power & Light Co. v. South Carolina Public Service Authority

By United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

  • Release Date: 1938-02-02
  • Genre: Law
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Carolina Power & Light Co. v. South Carolina Public Service Authority United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

These are appeals from an order denying an injunction in three consolidated cases instituted to enjoin the South Carolina Public Service Authority from constructing the Santee-Cooper Power-Navigation Project and Harold L. Ickes, Federal Administrator of Public Works, from making a loan and grant in aid thereof. The plaintiffs are hydroelectric power companies doing business in the state of South Carolina, one of them, the Carolina Power & Light Company, holding a license from the Federal Power Commission for a hydroelectric project which it operates on Big Pigeon river in Haywood county, N.C. The defendant South Carolina Public Service Authority is a body corporate created as a governmental agency of the state of South Carolina by Act No. 887 of the General Assembly of 1934, 38 St. at Large, p. 1507, and authorized thereby to construct a power and navigation project on the Santee and Cooper rivers and to divert the waters of the Santee into the Cooper for that purpose. A loan and grant aggregating $37,500,000 in aid of the project has been approved by the Administrator of Public Works and an agreement to advance $6,000,000 thereof to begin construction has been executed.

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