Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Reports and Decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission of the United States, Volume 220
L.K. Strouse, 1937 - Interstate commerce
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Page 134 - ... liable to the person or persons injured thereby for the full amount of damages sustained in consequence of any such violation...
Page 282 - ... charges were paid, by whom paid, and by whom borne, (5) the period of time within which or the specific dates upon which the shipments were made, and the dates when they were delivered or tendered for delivery, (6) the points of origin and destination, either specifically or, where they are numerous, by definite indication of a defined territorial or rate group of the points of origin and destination and, if known, the routes of movement, and (7) the nature and amount of the injury sustained...
Page 499 - Except as otherwise provided, when a number of different articles for which ratings or rates are provided when in straight carloads are shipped at one time by one consignor to one consignee and destination...
Page 102 - Part VI. Warehousing and Storage of Property by Carriers at Port of New York, NY Submitted July 13, 1933.
Page 615 - Every Interstate railroad should be prohibited from expending money or Incurring liability or acquiring property not In the operation of its railroad or In the legitimate Improvement, extension, or development of that railroad.
Page 862 - ... 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 134 - Commission to recognize as an element of the damages loss of interest on charges unlawfully exacted; and, in ordering reparation, it has usually included as a part of the damages such interest from the date of the payment.10 In Meeker & Co.
Page 503 - Subject to the provisions of notes 1, 2, 3, and 4 In this subparagraph, to any point of destination to which a commodity rate on a given article from a given point of origin and via a given route is not named in this tariff, which point is intermediate to a point to which a commodity rate on said article is published in this tariff via a route through the intermediate point over which such commodity rate applies from the same point of origin...
Page 237 - I" comprises the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, and the District of Columbia; (c) "Districts II-IV" means all of the States of the United States except those States within District I and District V; (d) "Districts I-IV...
Page 616 - Have_n report with the observation, at 220 ICC 616: If the law is to remain as it is at present, permitting common carriers to form holding companies and to function through subsidiary companies not subject to the act, then, to say the least, such companies and subsidiaries should be made subject to our jurisdiction and regulation as to accounting and the issuance of securities. As previously stated, the act, as amended in 1933, requires that our authorization...