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Commerce Within the Exclusive Control of the States
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All Commerce Subject to Regulation
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Eminent Domain
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States May Establish Means for Interstate Transportation
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Regulation of FacilitiesDepots
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Regulation of FacilitiesTerminal Roads
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State Laws Forbidding the Consolidation of Competing Carriers
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Regulation of FacilitiesSpur Tracks
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Requiring Physical Connections Between Carriers
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Delivery over Connecting Tracks
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Regulating Crossings
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Elevator Charges
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Through Routes and Joint Rates
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Regulation of the Movement of TrainsSunday
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Same SubjectRequiring the Operation of a Particular Train
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Same SubjectSpeed of Trains
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Requirement That Trains Shall Stop at Particular Stations
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State Regulation of Carriers and Their Employees Blowing Whistle and Checking Speed at Crossings
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Furnishing Cars for the Receipt and Delivery of Shipments
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Same SubjectRule Since Hepburn
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Same SubjectRule Established
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Requirements as to Accounting and Reports
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Transmission and Delivery of Telegraph and Telephone Messages
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SeparateCoach Laws
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Posting Time of Trains
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Laws to Promote the Security and Comfort of Passengers
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Laws Limiting or Enlarging the CommonLaw Liability of Carriers
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Same SubjectLiability to Employees
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Congressional Regulation of Loss and Damage Claims
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Requiring Railroads to Perform Transportation Service
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Sale and Regulation of Passenger Tickets
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Same SubjectMileage BooksPartyRate Tickets
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ENFORCEMENT BY THE COMMISSION OF THE INTERSTATE COM MERCE ACT 8235 General Statement of the Functions of the Interstate Co...
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Bridges
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Regulating Charges for Transportation by Water
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Regulating Pilotage Ports Harbors and Vessels
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Boards of Trade and Exchanges
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InspectionQuarantine Game Food Liquor and Lottery Laws
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Taxation Including License Taxes
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Procedure to Test the Validity of State Regulations
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Martyn 82 Neb 225 117 N W 719 39
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Free Transportation 40 Routing Freight
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All Charges Must Be Reasonable 83 Rule Applies to Accessorial Services
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Classification
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Class and Commodity Rates
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The Consolidation of Freight Classifications
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Modern Tendency Toward the Making of Commodity Rates in Relation to Class Rates
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Uniformity of Relationships Between Classes in the ClassRate Scales
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MinimumRate Power of the Commission
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Cost of Service
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Some of the Principal Elements of the Cost of Service
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Valuation of CommonCarrier Property
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What is a Reasonable Return to the Carrier?
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When Carriers Duty to Furnish Service
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Value of Service
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Use to Which Commodity is
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Cost of Assembling Theory
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Value of the Commodity Its General Utility and Danger of Loss
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Value of the CommodityDifference Between the Raw and the Manu factured Product
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Competition or Its Absence Considered in Determining Reasonableness of Rate
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Limitations on the Observance of Competition in RateMaking
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Rates Affected by Amount of Tonnage
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Density of Traffic
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Distance and Revenue Per TonMile
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MultipleLine Hauls
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General Business Conditions
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The HochSmith Resolution and Its Effect on RateMaking
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Estoppel
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Rates Long in Existence Are Presumed to Be Reasonable
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Same Subject
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Voluntary Reductions of Rates
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Effect of Act of June 18 1910 on Voluntary Rate Reductions
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Grouping Territory and Giving Each Group Same Rate Legal Under Some Circumstances
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Grouping Producing Points and Making Zones Taking Same Rates
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BasingPoint System
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Breaking Rates at the Territorial Gateways
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Same SubjectRule in Duncan Case Criticised
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Proper Differential Between Rates on Carload and LessthanCarload Freight Carload Minima
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TrainLoad Rates
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Relation of Through Rates to the Sum of the Local Rates
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Proportional Rates
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Thrugh Rates Must Not Exceed Aggregate of Intermediate Rates
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Through Routes and Joint Rates
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VALIDITY AND SCOPE OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE ACT 61 CommonLaw Obligations of Common Carriers 62 Power of Congress over ...
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Same Subject Amendments of 1910 and 1912
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Rates on Returned Shipments
129
The Public Interest Must Be Considered in Making Rates
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General Principles Applicable to the Question What Is a Reasonable Rate?
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Same SubjectSome Statements of the Commission as to Such General Principles
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Same SubjectDiscussion of Principles in Chicago LiveStock Exchange Case
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Same SubjectRate Considered in and of Itself
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Same SubjectCommission Not Bound by Technical Rules
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General Summary
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137 Scope of Chapter
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Common Law as to Equality in Rates by Carriers
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Damages under Common Law for Unjust Discriminations
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Comparison of the English Railway and Canal Act with the Interstate
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Commerce Act 141 Unjust Discrimination Forbidden
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Discrimination Against Individuals
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Same SubjectConstruction by the Commission
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Same SubjectIndependent Contributing Causes
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Same SubjectAllowances to Shippers
145
TrapCar Service
146
Peddler Cars
147
Private Cars
148
Car Spotting
149
Undue Preferences in Favor of Persons or Localities
150
Same SubjectApplication of Section made by the Commission
151
Differentials
152
Discrimination Against Traffic
153
Facilities for Interchange of Traffic and Rates and Charges to Connect ing Lines Must Be Without Undue or Unreasonable Preference
157
Same SubjectStatute
158
Same SubjectStatute and Proviso
159
Comparisons Between Different Lines as a Means of Determining Cor rect Rates
166
Carload and LessthanCarload Movements as Affecting the Rate 119 Establishing Carload Rates
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C G W R Co 217 N W 563 474
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Rates on Car Load Stone 29 I C C 136 495
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Re Export Rates of Flax Seed Products 27 I C C 246 104
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Appointment and General Duties of the Commission
236
Switch ConnectionsDuty of Carriers
237
Switch ConnectionsPower of the Commission
238
Industrial Switches and Railways
239
Switch Connections with Carriers by Water
240
Through Routes
241
Division of Joint Rate
242
Allowance to Shippers for Services and Facilities
243
Distribution of Cars
244
Furnishing CarsCar Service
245
LongandShortHaul Provisions History
246
Relationship of Intermediate and Through Rates
247
Water Competition
248
Power of the Commission Under the Fourth Section
249
Ownership of Water Carriers by Railroads
250
The Commissions Duty with Reference to Schedule of Rates
251
Bills of Lading
252
Damages
253
DamagesPower of the Commission to Make Award
254
Awards of Damages for Charging an Unjust and Unreasonable Rate
255
Awards of Damages for Unlawful Discrimination
256
Damages Under the Fourth Section
257
Damages for Misrouting
258
DamagesGeneral Statement
259
Damages for Misquoting a Rate
260
Damages to Whom Paid
261
Damages by Whom Paid
262
DamageProtest Unnecessary
263
DamagesInterest and Attorneys Fees
264
Award of Damages an Inadequate Remedy
265
Damages Limitation on Complaint
266
General Investigations by the Commission
267
Same SubjectCompetition Between Users of Related Rates 155 Discrimination Beyond the Control of the Carrier 156 Removal of Discriminations and...
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RebillingConclusion 178 Payment of Elevator Allowances 179 Transit PrivilegesGenerally 180 Allowances to TapLine Railroads 181 Allowances to I...
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Suspension of Rates Regulations and Practices
271
Through Routes and Joint Rates
272
Allowance for Services or Instrumentalities
273
Powers Enumerated Not Exclude Others
274
Effect of Commissions Orders
275
Commissions Control Over Its Orders
276
Commission May Employ Attorneys
277
Records of Commission
278
Valuation How Made
280
Finality and Effect of Valuation
281
Office of Commission
282
Annual Reports from Carriers
283
Examiners
284
Reports by the Commission
285
Lake Erie and Ohio River Ship Canal
286
Parcel Post
287
GovernmentAided Railroads and Telegraph Companies
288
CommonLaw Remedies Continued
289
290 Scope of Chapter
290
Switch Connections
291
Relief Under the Fourth Section
292
Water Competition
293
RailroadOwned Steamships
294
Changes in Tariffs
295
Forms of Tariffs
296
Through Routes
297
Complaints for Damages
298
Same SubjectOrder of Commission
299
General Investigations
300
Procedure in Formal CasesComplaint
301
Notice Before Hearing
302
Formal ComplaintsAnswer
303
Hearings by the Commission
304
Proposed Reports
305
Orders Relating to Rates and Practices
306
Suspension of Rates
307
Practices in Suspension Cases Where There Exist Intrastate Rates Lower Than Proposed Interstate Rates
308
The Weak and the Strong Roads
309
Other Orders
310
Service of Orders of the Commission
311
Rehearings by the Commission
312
Valuation of Property
313
Oral Argument
314
Estoppel by Former Order of the Commission
315
Rules of Procedure Prescribed by the Commission
316
Public Sessions and Hearings
317
Personal Appearances
318
Admission to Practice
319
Protests of Tentative Valuations
323
Reparation StatementsFormal Claims for Reparation Based Upon Findings of the Commission
324
Service
325
Amendments
326
Continuances and Extensions of Time
327
Stipulations
328
Hearings
329
Shortened Procedure
330
Depositions
331
Witnesses and Subpænas
332
Documentary Evidence
333
Briefs and Oral Argument
334
Applications for Rehearings Rearguments or Modification of Orders
335
Number of Copies of Petitions Etc and Replies Thereto
336
Transcript of Testimony
337
Compliance with Orders
338
Applications Under Fourth Section Applications for Certificates of Convenience and Necessity Under Inland Waterways
339
Suspensions
340
Proceedings in Finance Cases Applications to ConsolidateProcedure
341
Information to Parties
342
Specifications as to Complaints Answers Petitions Applications Briefs
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Computation of TimeSundays and Legal Holidays
344
Office and Address of Commission
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Form of Complaint
346
Form of Answer
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Form of Petition for Leave to Intervene
348
Form of Petition for Rehearing or Reargument
349
S R Co 90 S C 485 75 S E 1020
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Jurisdiction of the Courts of the United States to Compel the Attend ance of Witnesses Before the Commission and Enforce Obedience to
359
Rebates
360
Mandamus
361
Corporation Punishable for Rebating
362
Summary
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Injunctions Against Unlawful Rates and Practices
364
CONSTRUCTION ABANDONMENT CONSOLIDATION AND FINANCING 199 General Statement 200 Extension Not Within the Statute 201 A Ce...
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Same SubjectEffect of Amendment of 1910
367
Jurisdiction of Suits to Set Aside Orders of the Commission
368
Same SubjectNegative Order of the Commission
369
Parties
370
Grounds Upon Which Orders of the Commission May Be Set Aside
371
Same SubjectViolations of the ConstitutionFourth Amendment
372
Violation of the Fifth Amendment
373
Mistake of
374
Lack of Jurisdiction
375
The Substance and Not the Form of the Finding Determines
376
LOSS AND DAMAGE CLAIMS 8217 CommonCarrier Liability Under the Common Law 218 Contractual Limitation of CommonCarrier Liability 2...
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Lack of Full Hearing
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Awards of Damages
379
Quarantine Laws Relating to Transportation
388
Sherman AntiTrust
389
Clayton AntiTrust
390
FederalTradeCommission
391
Merchant Marine
392
SafetyAppliance
393
HoursofService
394
EmployersLiability
395
Arbitration and Labor Laws
396
Lignite Coal from North Dakota 126 I C C 243 494
401
All Transportation Charges Must Be Reasonable
405
Classification of Telegraph Telephone and Cable Messages
406
Classifications Regulations and Practices Must be Reasonable
407
Free Service with Certain Exceptions Prohibited and Penalties Pre scribed
408
Excepting Cincinnati Southern Railway
409
Railroad Companies Prohibited from Transporting Commodities in Which They Are Interested With Certain Exceptions
410
Terms Under Which Switch Connections Shall Be Made
411
Car Service Defined
412
Duty of Carrier To Furnish Şafe and Adequate Car Service
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Duty of Carrier To Make Reasonable Distribution of Cars
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Schedule of Car Service Must Be Filed
415
Authority of Commission to Establish Car Service Rules
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Authority of Commission to Require Joint Use of Terminals
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Routing Regulations
418
Commission May Act By AgentsPenalties
419
Extension and Abandonment of Present Railroad Facilities
420
Procedure in Applying for Extensions or Abandonments
421
Further Procedural RulesPenalties
422
Commission May Require Extension of Facilities
423
Facilities Solely Within One State Exempted
424
Punishment for Obstructing Interstate or Foreign Commerce
425
Provisions Relating to Duties of Carriers During
426
Definition and Prohibition of Unjust Discrimination
427
Undue and Unreasonable Preference Prohibited
428
Regulation of Collection of Transportation Charges
429
Carriers Shall Accord Reasonable and Equal Facilities for Interchange of Traffic
430
Joint Use of Terminal Facilities May be Required
431
Rule as to Long and Short Hauls
432
Relief from LongandShortHaul Clause
433
Changes Not Required Until Further Orders
434
Rates Reduced by Competition with Water RoutesNot Increased When
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Pooling of Freights and Division of Earnings Regulated
436
Consolidation of Carriers
437
Commission to Adopt a Plan
438
Notice of Plan to be Given
439
Conditions Under Which Consolidations Must be Made
440
Applications to Consolidate
441
Express Companies Consolidation
442
AntiTrust Laws Not to Apply
443
Rail Carrier Not to Own Competing Water Carriers
444
Whether or Not Competition Exists to be Determined by the Com
445
Violators of Sherman AntiTrust Act Not to Use Panama Canal
448
Carriers Shall File Print and Keep Public Schedules of Rates 450 Regulations as to Printing and Posting Schedules of Rates for Freight Moving Throu...
449
No Change of Schedules of Rates Shall be Made Without Notice
451
Names of all Carriers Parties to Schedules Must be Specified
452
Carriers Shall File Contracts Relating to Traffic Arrangements
453
Commission May Prescribe Form of Schedules
454
No Carrier Shall Participate in Interstate Commerce Unless the Charges Therefor are Published and No Such Carrier Shall Deviate from the Published ...
455
Preference and Precedence May Be Given Military Traffic in Time of
456
The Commission May Reject Schedules
457
Penalty for Failure to Comply With Orders Under Section
458
Penalty for Misstating or Failure to State Rate
459
Must Post Name of Agent
460
Corporations Violating the Interstate Commerce Act Guilty as Indi viduals and Punishment Prescribed
461
RebatePunishment for Offering Granting Soliciting or Accepting
462
Form of Reparation Statement Under Rule V
463
Carrier Filing or Participating in Rate Bound Thereby
464
Forfeiture for Rebating in Addition to Penalties Limitation of Six Years Fixed
465
Jurisdiction Over Water Carriers
466
Physical Connection Between Rail Lines and Docks of Water Carriers
467
Through Routes and Joint Rates Between Rail and Water Carriers
468
Proportional Rates to and from Ports
469
Elgin J E Ry Co v United States 253 Fed 907 166 C C A 7
476
Commission May on Its Own Motion Institute Investigations
484
Procedure When State Rates Involved
485
Order of Commission Binding Notwithstanding State Laws
486
Reports of Commission on Investigations How Made and Published
487
Power of Commission to Determine and Prescribe Just and Reasonable Rates Regulations and Practices
488
When Orders Take Effect and How Long Continue Unless Modified or Set Aside by the Commission or a Court
489
Through Routes and Joint Rates May Be Established By the Commission
490
Limitations on the Power to Prescribe Through Routes
491
Parties
492
Divisions of Joint Rates May Be Prescribed By Commission
493
Complaints
494
Burden of Proof to Justify Rates Increased After Jan 1 1910
496
Reciprocal Duties of Carriers as to Routing
497
Rule As to NonRouted Traffic
498
Answers
499
Charges for Instrumentalities Furnished by Shipper Must Be Reason able
500
Enumeration of Powers of Commission Not Exclusive
501
Meaning of Words Rates and Carriers
502
Commissions Power to Initiate RatesFair Return
503
Percentage Constituting a Fair Return to be Determined by Commission
504
Determination of Aggregate Value of Property
505
Income in Excess of Fair Return a Trust Fund
506
Disposition of Excess Over Six Per Centum
507
Carriers Use of Reserve Fund
508
Limit of Five Per Centum for Reserve Fund
509
Rules to be Prescribed for Recovery of Excess Income
510
Administration of This Trust Fund by Commission
511
Applications by Carriers for Loan of Trust Fund
512
Action by the Commission on Applications for Loans
513
Applications by Carriers for Lease of Facilities Controlled by the Com
514
Procedure on Application for Lease
515
Commission May Purchase Equipment
516
Commission May Make Rules of Procedure
517
Section not to Deprive Shippers of Right to Reparation
518
Rights of Carriers When Undertaking New Construction
519
Award of Damages Shall be Made by Commission After Hearing
520
Carrier Failing to comply with Order for Reparation Suit May
521
Service of Orders of Commission
524
Commission May Suspend or Modify Its Orders
525
Punishment for Knowingly Disobeying an Order Issued Under Section Fifteen
526
Special Attorneys May Be Employed
527
Courts May Enforce Obedience to Commissions Order Mandatory or Otherwise
528
Schedules Contracts Etc Must Be Filed With the Commission and When Filed Original or Certified Copy Prima Facie Evidence
529
Rehearings May Be Granted by Commission
530
Procedure Before the Commission
531
CHAPTER IX
532
Function of Commission May be Performed by Divisions
533
Procedure of DivisionsRehearing by Whole Commission
534
Powers of Commission not Lessened
535
Salaries and Expenses of the Commission
536
Principal Office of Commission in Washington But May Prosecute In quiries Elsewhere
537
The Commission is Authorized to Investigate Ascertain and Report the Value of Railroad Property
538
Method of Procedure to be Prescribed by the Commission
539
How Such Investigation is Prosecuted
540
mission
541
Valuations to be Revised and Corrected
542
Commerce Court
543
Notice of Completion of Valuation
544
Hearings Before Valuation Fixed
545
Effect of Valuation as Evidence
546
Applicable to ReceiversPenalty
547
Jurisdiction of Courts to
548
Requirements as to Transportation of Employees of the Commission with Supplies Therefor
549
Annual Reports Required and What They Shall Contain Penalties for Failure to Make
550
Commission May Prescribe Form of Keeping Accounts and Inspect Same
551
Penalties for Failure to Keep Accounts and for Falsifying the Record
552
The Commission May Permit the Destruction of Papers
553
Penalty for an Examiners Divulging Information Received as Such
554
United States District Courts May Upon Application of AttorneyGen eral at Request of Commission Enforce Provisions of
555
General Jurisdiction of Federal Courts
556
Receiving Carrier Liable for Loss Remedy Cumulative
557
Carriers Liable for Full Value of Property TransportedCummins
558
All Carriers Parties to the Transportation Liable
559
Bills of Lading
560
Bills of Lading ActTransportation Included in
561
Straight Bill of Lading
562
Order Bill of Lading Negotiable
563
Certain Order Bills
564
Indorsement on Order Bill
565
Indorsement on Straight Bill of Lading
566
Insertion of Name of Person to be Notified
567
Duty of Carrier to Deliver Goods on Demand
568
Persons to Whom Carrier May Deliver Goods
569
Liability of Carrier in Case of Delivery of Goods to Wrong Person
570
Liability of Carrier to Purchaser of Order Bill
571
Liability in Case of Part of Goods
572
Alterations
573
Courts May Order Delivery of Goods on Loss of Order Bill of Lading
574
Liability of Carrier on Bill of Lading Indorsed Duplicate
575
Adverse Claim of Title
576
Requiring Conflicting Claimants to Interplead
577
Breaking Seals of Railroad Cars Containing Interstate or Foreign Com merce 398 Transportation of Stolen Motor Vehicles Prohibited 399 ChildLabor
578
Claim of Third Person Enforced by Legal Process
579
Shippers Weight Load and Count
580
Weight Load and Count
581
Liability of Carrier on Bill of Lading Issued by its Agent
582
Attachment by Garnishment
583
Remedies of Creditor
584
Lien of Carrier
585
Liability of Carrier After Sale of Goods
586
Foreign Shipments
587
Act of June 29 1906 Chapter 3591 34 Stat 584 49 U S C A Sections
588
Negotiation of Order Bill by Person in Possession
589
Commission May Relieve from Provision 447 Water Carriers to File Tariffs
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Power of Courts to Punish for Disobedience Witnesses Not Excused Because Testimony May Incriminate 482 Right to Take Testimony by Depositio...
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Brought Thereon in United States and State Courts the Order Being Prima Facie Evidence of the Right to Recover 522 Limitations on Actions for Da...
592
Compelling Indorsement of Order Bill 593 Warranties Extend to Negotiation of Bill for Value 594 Liability of Indorser for Acts of Carrier or Previo...
593
Not Applicable to NotesRule as to No Par Stock 613 Reports of Carriers Showing Security Issues Required 614 Securities Not Authorized VoidPenalti...
594
Warranties by Mortgagee
595
Bona Fide Purchaser of Bill Wrongly Negotiated
596
Negotiation of Order Bill by Mortgagor
597
Superior Rights of Bona Fide Purchaser of Order Bill
598
Lien Valid
599
Forgery or Counterfeiting Bill of Lading Penalty
600
Definitions
601
Retroactive Effect
602
Houston T C R Co v Mayes 36 Tex Civ App 606 83 S W 53 25
609
Re Lumber Rates 21 I C C 455 495
617
Freight Bureau of Cincinnati v Cincinnati N 0 T P Ry Co 6 I C C
619
Through Bills of Lading Required
625
Such Through Lading not an Arrangement for Continuous Service
626
Automatic TrainStop or TrainControl Devices May be Required
627
Title of
628
Repealing Conflicting Laws not to Affect Pending Suits
630
Time of Taking Effect of
631
Carriers Must Designate Agents in Washington
632
Pending Cases not Affected
633
Commission to Investigate Questions Pertaining to Issuance of Stocks and Bonds
634
Injunctions Against Operation of State Statutes
635
When Act Effective
636
Parties Defendant Other Than Carriers in Suit to Enforce Provisions of
637
Equitable Proceedings May be Instituted by the Commission to Restrain Discrimination or Departures from Published Rates
638
Immunity and Compulsory Attendance of Witnesses Production of Books and Papers
639
Expediting Act Applicable to Suits Brought Under Direction of At torneyGeneral
640
Repealing Clause not to Affect Pending Suits or Accrued Rights
641
Commerce Court
642
Commerce Court Abolished
643
Venue of Suits on Orders of Interstate Commerce Commission
644
Procedure in the District Courts
645
Temporary Restraining Orders
646
An Appeal to the Supreme Court from Interlocutory or Final Orders
647
Appeals from Final Judgments
648
Pending Causes Transferred to District Courts
649
Certain Cases Given Precedence and Hearing Expedited Hearing Be fore Three Judges
650
Federal Control
666
Elwood Grain Co v St J G I R Co 202 Fed 845 121 C C A 153 462
672
Little Rock etc R Co v St Louis etc R Co 41 Fed 559 430 480 493
677
Re Peasley 44 Fed 271 475 481
684
Emlenton Petroleum Rates 29 I C C 519 432
690
Southern Ry Co 122 N C 1052 30 S E 133 41 L R A 246 39
703
Re Petition of Louisville N R Co and Southern Ry S S Co 1 I C C
709
Rates on Slag 34 I C C 337 449
712
N Y N H H R Co 10 I C C 221 191 428
732
Steamer Lines on Long Island Sound 50 I C C 634 445
744
Terminal R Asso 114 Fed 666 266 474
748
Re Petition of Order of Railway Conductors 1 I C C 8 1 I C R 18 483
777
Sterling Sons Co v M C R Co 21 I C C 451 500
791
Re Advances on Furniture 25 I C C 299 494
806
Empire Coke Co v B S R Co 31 I C C 573 495
809
Erie R R v Kieser Son Co 215 N Y S 576 216 App Div 500 403
815
Live Stock Classification 47 I C C 335 220 558
867
Erie R Co v Stone 244 U S 332 61 L Ed 1173 37 Sup Ct 633 558
872
N 0 M C R Co 22 I C C 578 103
873
Invalidity of Part of Act 604 Carrier As Used in This and Next Eleven Sections Defined 605 Security Issues Regulated
892
Power of Commission Over Applications to Issue Securities 607 Commission to Prescribe Form of Applications
893
Notice of Sale of Securities Required 609 Notice of ApplicationsHow Served
894
Exclusive and Plenary Jurisdiction Given Commission 611 No Guarantee by United States
895
CHAPTER XII
947
Penalty
952
MeatInspection
953
Federal Control Act and Provisions of Transportation Act 1920 Termi nating Federal Control
955
Railway Labor
1011
United States Shipping Act 4 Merchant Marine Act 1920
1033
Merchant Marine Act 1928
1094
Intrastate Shipments
1131

Common terms and phrases

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Էջ 117 - It is the power to regulate; that is, to prescribe the rule by which commerce is to be governed. This power, like all others vested in Congress, is complete in itself, may be exercised to its utmost extent, and acknowledges no limitations, other than are prescribed in the constitution.
Էջ 156 - Property does become clothed with a public interest when used in a manner to make it of public consequence, and affect the community at large. When, therefore, one devotes his property to a use in which the public has an interest, he, in effect, grants to the public an interest in that use, and must submit to be controlled by the public for the common good, to the extent of the interest he has thus created. He may withdraw his grant by discontinuing the use; but, so long as he maintains the use,...
Էջ 136 - ... shall include cars and other vehicles and all instrumentalities and facilities of shipment or carriage, irrespective of ownership or of any contract, express or implied, for the use thereof and all services in connection with the receipt, delivery, elevation, and transfer in transit, ventilation, refrigeration or icing, storage, and handling of property transported...
Էջ 530 - That the provisions of this act shall apply to any common carrier or carriers engaged in the transportation of passengers or property wholly by railroad, or partly by railroad and partly by water when both are used, under a common control, management, or arrangement, for a continuous carriage or shipment...
Էջ 772 - It shall be the duty of the various district attorneys, under the direction of the Attorney General of the United States, to prosecute for the recovery of forfeitures.
Էջ 615 - That it shall be unlawful for any common carrier subject to the provisions of this Act to charge or receive any greater compensation in the aggregate for the transportation of passengers or of like kind of property, under substantially similar circumstances and conditions, for a shorter than for a longer distance over the same line, in the same direction, the shorter being included within the longer distance...
Էջ 118 - If, as has always been understood, the sovereignty of congress, though limited to specified objects is plenary as to those objects the power over commerce with foreign nations, and among the several States, is vested in congress as absolutely as it would be in a single government, having in its constitution the same restrictions on the exercise of the power as are found in the constitution of the United States.
Էջ 699 - President; but their successors shall be appointed for terms of six years, except that any person chosen to fill a vacancy shall be appointed only for the unexpired term of the Commissioner whom he shall succeed. Any Commissioner may be removed by the President for inefficiency, neglect of duty, or malfeasance in office.
Էջ 532 - ... from one State or Territory of the United States, or the District of Columbia, to any other State or Territory of the United States, or the District of Columbia, or from any place in the United States to an adjacent foreign country...
Էջ 793 - States, and shall be subject, upon conviction in any court of the United States of competent jurisdiction, to a fine of not less than $1,000 nor more than $5,000, or to imprisonment for a term of not more than three years, or to both such fine and imprisonment.

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