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" Subject to the two leading prohibitions that their charges shall not be unjust or unreasonable, and that they shall not unjustly discriminate, so as to give undue preference or disadvantage to persons or traffic similarly circumstanced, the act to regulate... "
Reports of Cases at Law and in Chancery Argued and Determined in the Supreme ... - Page 278
by Illinois. Supreme Court - 1911
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The Supreme Court Reporter, Volume 18

1899
...that within the limits of the exercise of intelligent good faith in the conduct of their business, and subject to the two leading prohibitions that their...shall not be unjust or unreasonable, and that they n shall not unjustly discriminate so as to givejj undue prefereuee*or disadvantage to traffic* or persons...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Volume 162

United States. Supreme Court, John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry Putzel, Henry C. Lind, Frank D. Wagner - 1896
...& Ohio Railroad Co., 43 Fed. Kep. 37, and whose judgment was affirmed by this court, 145 US 263 : " Subject to the two leading prohibitions that their...unjustly discriminate, so as to give undue preference or disadvantage to persons or traffic similarly circumstanced, the act to regulate commerce leaves common...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 109

1910
...Texas & Рас. Railway v. Interstate Com. Com., 162 US 184, 16 Sup. Ct. 700, 40 L. Ed. 935, said: "Subject to the two leading prohibitions that their charges shall not be unjust or unreacriminate, so as to give undue preference or disadvantage to persons or traffic similarly circumstanced,...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Volume 167

United States. Supreme Court, John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry Putzel, Henry C. Lind, Frank D. Wagner - 1897
...found, so that the sum fixed as reasonable by the commission was not prejudged. And he adds that, " subject to the two leading prohibitions that their charges shall not be unjust and unreasonable, and that they shall not unjustly discriminate, so as to give undue preference or...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volume 90

1910
...Co. (GO) 43 Fed. 37 (which was affirmed in 145 US 2G3, 12 Sup. Ct 844, 36 L. Ed. 699), as follows: "Subject to the two leading prohibitions that their charges shall not be unjust or unreasonable, and tbat they shall not unjustly discriminate so as to give undue preference or advantage or subject to...
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Harvard Law Review, Volume 20

1907
...common law, out of which the statutes spring, be overlooked, because the Supreme Court early held: "Subject to the two leading prohibitions, that their...unjustly discriminate so as to give undue preference or disadvantage to persons or traffic similarly circumstanced, the Act to Regulate Commerce leaves common...
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Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission

United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - 1895
...quoted at length in the decision of the circuit court in the case under consideration, as follows: Subject to the two leading prohibitions that their charges shall not be unjust and unreasonable, and that they shall not unjustly discriminate sO as to give undue preference or advantage,...
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The Southern Reporter, Volume 37

1905
...a recent case where the policy, effect, and intent of the interstate commerce act was under review: "Subject to the two leading prohibitions that their charges shall not be unjust and unreasonable, and that they shall not unjustly discriminate, so as to give undue preference or...
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The American and English Railroad Cases: A Collection of All Cases in the ...

Lawrence Lewis, Adelbert Hamilton, John Houston Merrill, William Mark McKinney, James Manford Kerr, John Crawford Thomson - 1893
...& О. II. II. Again: He said : " Subject to the two leading prohibitions that their charges sliall not be unjust or unreasonable, and that they shall...undue preference or advantage, or subject to undue predjudice or disadvantage, persons or traffic similarly circumstanced the act to regulate commerce...
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Annual Report and Papers, Volume 5

Warren Academy of Science, Warren, Pa. Section of Social and Economic Science - 1895
...faith in the conduct of their business, and subject to the two leading prohibitions (that their charge shall not be unjust or unreasonable, and that they...unjustly discriminate so as to give undue preference or disadvantage to traffic or persons similarly circumstanced, the Act to Regulate Commerce (1887) leaves...
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