McGoldrick v. Berwind-White Coal Mining Co.
|McGoldrick v. Berwind-White Coal Mining Co.|
|Argued January 2, 1940|
Decided January 29, 1940
|Full case name||McGoldrick v. Berwind-White Coal Mining Company|
|Citations||309 U.S. 33 (more)|
60 S. Ct. 388; 84 L. Ed. 565
|Majority||Stone, joined by Black, Reed, Frankfurter, Douglas, Murphy|
|Dissent||Hughes, joined by McReynolds, Roberts|
McGoldrick v. Berwind-White Coal Mining Co., 309 U.S. 33 (1940), is United States Supreme Court case upholding the legality under the Constitution's Commerce Clause of a tax by the City of New York upon the purchase of coal by public utility and steamship companies based in New York from Berwind-White Coal Mining Company, a Pennsylvania coal company through its New York office.
- Text of McGoldrick v. Berwind-White Coal Mining Co., 309 U.S. 33 (1940) is available from: Justia Library of Congress