Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Reports and Decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission of the United States, Volume 226

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Contents

National Live Stock Shippers League v Atchison T S
63
United States 292 U S 1
78
National Poultry Butter Egg Assn v Aberdeen R
83
Florida R Commrs v Aberdeen R R Co 144 I C C 603
94
Iron Ore Rate Cases 41 I C C 181
107
Peninsular Occidental S S Co 37 I C C 432 15
120
American National Live Stock Assn v Atchison T S
122
Flue Lining and Clay Products in Official Territory 215 I C C
129
American Tobacco Co v Director General 60 I C C 486
165
Philadelphia Commercial Traffic Managers v Baltimore
166
Shrimp from the South to Eastern Cities
169
Industrial Silica Corp v Baltimore O R Co
173
Ann Arbor R Co v United States 281 U S 658_ _ _ 77
177
LumberBetween Points in Official Territory 214 I C C
188
Armstrong Cork Co v Pennsylvania R Co 153 I C C 189_
192
Southern Kansas Millers Club v Arkansas R Co et al 289
198
JanneySempleHill Co v Cleveland C C St L
201
Quanah A P Ry Co v Atchison T S F Ry Co
205
Jill Bros Inc v Railway Exp Agency Inc 208 I C C 479 641
208
Atchison T S F Ry Co v United States 279 U S 768__ 786
220
SoyaBean Mealfrom Illinois to the Pacific Coast 215 I C C
225
John Morrell Co v New York Central R Co 104 I C C
238
Lustberg Nast Co Inc v New York N H H R Co
253
Atwood Davis Sand Co v Chicago N W Ry Co 136
255
Kentucky Lbr Co v St LouisS F Ry Co 51 I C C 203
259
Great Lakes Coal Coke Co v Alton R Co 223 I C C 624 377
264
Lackawanna Steel Co v Director General 87 I C C 383
267
Lake Cargo Coal Rates 1925 101 I C C 513 126 I C C
276
Larabee Flour Mills Co v Chicago B Q R Co 223 I C C
292
Great West Mill Elevator Co v Chicago R I P Ry Co
293
Iron and Steelfrom Kansas City to New Orleans
298
Minimum Rates on Hay and Straw 152 I C C 355 374
327
Jersey Maid Corp v Pennsylvania R Co 717
333
Straight Line Engine Co Inc v Delaware L W R Co 428
335
Baltimore O R Co v United States 15 Fed Supp 674
337
Baltimore O S W R Co v Settle 260 U S 166
345
United States 20 Fed Supp 827 221
347
Cincinnati N O T P Ry Co v Interstate Commerce
348
Prairie Pipe Line Co v Missouri Pac R Co 139 I C C 187
430
Louisville N R Co Nashville Bridge Co v 4
431
Lustberg Nast Co Inc v New York N H H R Co 253
451
Molasses Rates from Mobile Ala 28 I C C 666
461
Coordination of Motor Transportation 182 I C C 263
464
Commercial Club Salt Lake City v Atchison T S F
479
CoveyBallard Motor Co v Alton S R 174 I C C 674
480
Commodity Rates on Lumber and Other Forest Products 165
495
Topeka Chamber of Commerce v Aberdeen R R Co
497
Interstate Rates in Missouri 181 I C C 259 512
512
Rates onBristol and Norton Lines of Norfolk W Ry
529
Rates on Sand Gravel Crushed Stone etc Within the State
625
Rock Salt from Retsof and Ludlowville N Y 219 I C C 649 699
637
George Allison Co v United States 12 Fed Supp 862
639
Crude Sulphur to Points in New York 219 I C C 305_ 701
640
Du Pont de Nemours Co v Boston M R 194 I C C
670
Transportation of Explosives and Other Dangerous Articles
673
St Louis Chamber of Commerce v Aberdeen R R Co 123
683
Consolidated Stone Cases 200 I C C 65 111
689
Shrimp from the South to Eastern Cities 219 I C C 729__ 169
709
Nashville Traffic Bureau v Director General 92 I C C 211
714
Pennsylvania R Co 18 I C C 60
736
Vegetables Routing from Georgia A S C Ry via Georgia
749
Virginia Lime Products Co Inc v Chesapeake O Ry Co 193
769
Thomas Keery Co Inc v New York O W Ry Co 206 I
789
Mississippi Cotton Seed Crushers Assn v Alton R Co
791
Table of commodities
801
Grain and Grain Products 129 I C C 261 17
802
Table of localities_
807
Index digest
819
Waste Material Dealers Assn of Arkansas v Chicago R I
822
Wishnatzki Nathel v Railway Exp Agency Inc 190 I C
823
Waverly Growers Cooperative v Akron C Y Ry Co 647
831
Ex Parte No 115 223 I C C 657 See General Commodity
845
Nashville Bridge Co v Nashville C St L Ry et al _ _ _ _ 4
850
Westinghouse Electric Supply Co v Alton S R 367
852
Wilmington Provision Co v Pennsylvania R Co 236
866

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Page 133 - Commission shall give due consideration, among other factors, to the effect of rates on the movement of traffic by the carrier or carriers for which the rates are prescribed; to the need, in the public interest, of adequate and efficient railway transportation service at the lowest cost consistent with the furnishing of such service, and to the need of revenues sufficient to enable the carriers, under honest, economical, and efficient management to provide such service.
Page 17 - 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...
Page 75 - In making any such change, adjustment, or redistribution the commission shall give due regard, among other factors, to the general and comparative levels in market value of the various classes and kinds of commodities as indicated over a reasonable period of years, to a natural and proper development of the country as a whole, and to the maintenance of an adequate system of transportation.
Page 319 - In establishing any such through route the Commission shall not (except as provided in Section 3, and except where one of the carriers is a water line), require any carrier by railroad, without its consent, to embrace in such route substantially less than the entire length of its railroad...
Page 16 - If the Interstate Commerce Commission shall be of the opinion that any such existing specified service by water other than through the Panama Canal is being operated in the interest of the public and is of advantage to the convenience and commerce of the people...
Page 817 - It is hereby declared to be the policy of Congress to promote, encourage and develop water transportation service and facilities in connection with the commerce of the United States, and to foster and preserve in full vigor both rail and water transportation.
Page 75 - That it is hereby declared to be the true policy in rate making to be pursued by the Interstate Commerce Commission in adjusting freight rates, that the conditions which at any given time prevail in our several industries should be considered in so far as it is legally possible to do so, to the end that commodities may freely move.
Page 14 - When property may be or is transported from point ^ to point in the United States by rail and water through the Panama Canal or otherwise, the transportation being slonby a common carrier or carriers, and not entirely within the limits of a single State...
Page 131 - ... notice to the Commission and to the general public by publishing, filing, and posting, in the manner prescribed in the Interstate Commerce Act.
Page 749 - Upon the facts as stated, it is our opinion that the district court erred in treating the movement of the rough lumber from the woods to the milling point as interstate commerce. It is not merely that there was no continuous movement from the forest to the points without the State, but that when the rough material left the woods it was not intended that it should be transported out of the State, or elsewhere beyond the mill, until it had been subjected to a manufacturing process that materially changed...

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