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amount applicable authority carloads carriers cars cent Central charges Chicago City coal commission commodity Company Complaint dismissed connection counts defendants denied destinations Director District Court division Eastern effect entered equipment establish express extension Federal control filed findings found not justified found not unreasonable found unreasonable freight further future grain granted hearing held Illinois imposed increased Interstate Commerce Commission Iron issued joint June Kansas lines Louis Lumber March Michigan miles North Northern October Ohio operating original otherwise Pacific paragraph pass period points proceeding Proposed provisions Railroad Railway Rate charged rates rates prescribed reasonable Reasonable rates Reparation awarded respect result returned roads routes rules schedules ordered canceled shipments shipped shippers South Southern Steel Suspended schedules ordered switching terminals territory Texas tion tracks traffic transportation unduly prejudicial United unlawful valuation West Western York
Page 53 - The mere admission by an administrative tribunal of matter which under the rules of evidence applicable to judicial proceedings would be deemed incompetent does not invalidate its order.
Page 79 - An Act to regulate commerce,' approved February 4, 1887, and all Acts amendatory thereof," by providing for a valuation of the several classes of property of carriers subject thereto and securing information concerning their stocks, bonds, and other securities...
Page 23 - ... (12) After December 31, 1921, it shall be unlawful for any person to hold the position of officer or director of more than one carrier, unless such holding shall have been authorized by order of the Commission, upon due showing, in form and manner prescribed by the Commission, that neither public nor private interests will be adversely affected thereby.
Page 49 - ... with or without notice, hearing, or the making or filing of a report...
Page 235 - It is therefore ordered that all suits against carriers while under Federal control must be brought in the county or district where the plaintiff resided at the time of the accrual of the cause of action or in the countv or district where the cause of action arose.
Page 58 - ... to require the use of any such terminal facilities, including main-line track or tracks for a reasonable distance outside of such terminal...
Page 79 - An Act to promote the safety of employees and travelers upon railroads by compelling common carriers engaged in interstate commerce to equip their cars with automatic couplers and continuous brakes, and their locomotives with driving-wheel brakes, and for other purposes...
Page 43 - By the recapture clauses Congress is enabled to maintain uniform rates for all shippers and yet keep the net returns of railways, whether strong or weak, to the varying percentages which are fair respectively for them. The recapture clauses are thus the key provision of the whole plan.
Page 48 - To bring a difference in rates within the prohibition of section 3, it must be shown that the discrimination practiced is unjust when measured by the transportation standard. In other words, the difference in rates cannot be held illegal, unless It Is shown that it is not Justified by the cost of the respective services, by their values, or by other transportation conditions.
Page 71 - ... Provided. That where any car shall have been properly equipped, as provided in this act and the other acts mentioned herein, and such equipment shall have become defective or insecure while such car was being used by such carrier upon its line of railroad, such car may be hauled from the place where such equipment was first discovered to be defective or insecure to the nearest available point where such car can be repaired...