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HEARING

BEFORE THE

COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE COMMERCE
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UNITED STATES SENATE

SIXTY-FIFTH CONGRESS

SECOND SESSION

PURSUANT TO

S. RES. 171

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE COMMITTEE
ON INTERSTATE COMMERCE TO INQUIRE INTO AND REPORT TO
THE SENATE AT THE EARLIEST PRACTICABLE DATE UPON THE
RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE
COMMISSION REGARDING CONDITIONS AFFECTING

INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION

Printed for the use of the Committee on Interstate Commerce

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A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE COMMITTEE
ON INTERSTATE COMMERCE TO INQUIRE INTO AND REPORT TO
THE SENATE AT THE EARLIEST PRACTICABLE DATE UPON THE
RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE
COMMISSION REGARDING CONDITIONS AFFECTING

INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION

Printed for the use of the Committee on Interstate Commerce

PARTS 1 TO 7, INCLUSIVE

WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

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COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE COMMERCE.

ELLISON D. SMITH, South Carolina, Chairman. ATLEE POMERENE, Ohio.

ALBERT B. CUMMINS, Iowa. HENRY L, MYERS, Montana.

CHARLES E. TOWNSEND, Michigan. JOE T. ROBINSON, Arkansas.

ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE, Wisconsin. WILLARD SAULSBURY, Delaware.

MILES POINDEXTER, Washington. WILLIAM H. THOMPSON, Kansas.

GEORGE P. MCLEAN, Connecticut. JAS. HAMILTON LEWIS, Illinois.

JAMES E. WATSON, Indiana.
THOMAS P. GORE, Oklahoma.

FRANK B. KELLOGG, Minnesota.
OSCAR W, UNDERWOOD, Alabama.
OLLIE M. JAMES, Kentucky.

HALL MCALLISTER, Clerk.

Gift
People's Lobby
Nov. 25, 1936

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