- engaged in interstate commerce
- In the meaning of the term as it appears in the Fair Labor Standards Act, engaged in activities so closely related to interstate commerce as to be for all practical purposes and in legal contemplation a part of it. Mitchell v C. Vollmer & Co. 349 US 427, 99 L Ed 1196, 75 S Ct 860. Similarly defined for the purposes of the Federal Employers' Liability Act. Southern Pacific Co. v Industrial Corn. of Utah, 71 Utah, 248, 264 P 965, 968. See commerce; interstate commerce.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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