Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Reports and Decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission of the United States, Volume 270

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Spices and Tea to Memphis Tenn 220 I C C 456
79
North Carolina v United States 325 U S 507
125
Central Fruit Vegetable Co v Fort Worth D C Ry Co
131
Barium Barytes St Louis to Eastern Points 209 I C C 140 184
140
Nueces County Nav District No 1 v Abilene S Ry Co 253 I C C
141
Central of Georgia Ry Co Capitol Fish Co v
143
Feigenbaum Sons v Pennsylvania R Co 246 1 C C 585
150
Baltimore O R Co 146 I C C 293 151 I C C 717
152
Automobile Tires to Birmingham and Memphis 222 I C C 571
155
Foodstuffs Transit and Mixing Rules
157
Mack Mfg Corp v Alton S R 263 I C C 331 195
177
Pacific Chemical Fertilizer Co v Pennsylvania R Co 268 I C C 468
193
Formaldehyde LiquidBishop Tex and Tallant Okla to Official Ter
199
Binswanger Co of Texas v MissouriK T R Co of Texas
204
Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co v Atlantic Coast Line R Co 563
211
Crude Sulphur East St Louis to Joliet Ill
231
Crushed Stone Arkansas to East St Louis Ill 895
237
United States Smelting Refining Mining Co Terminal Services
266
Coke Between Points in Central and Illinois Territories 194 I C C 640 813
286
Central R Co of New Jersey Michaelson and Shackman v 1
291
Bintz Co v Abilene S Ry Co 216 I C C 481 335
295
Mandeville Mills v Alabama Central R Co 226 I C C 391
304
Consumers Coal Corp v Atlantic Y Ry Co 213 I C C 343
307
Manufacturers Ry Co v St Louis I M S Ry Co 28 I C C 93 218
331
Hawkins Sons v Director General 80 I C C 225 781
339
Michigan Canners Assn v Baltimore O R Co 172 I C C 349 150
349
Hygrade Food Products Corp v Baltimore 0 R Co 190 I C C 489 189
353
Application of the Texas P Ry Co and Louisiana A Ry Co
355
American Smelting Refining Co Terminal Services
359
Corn Products Refining Co Terminal Service 262 I C C 57 266
362
Smith Corp v United States 301 U S 669_
364
Green Coffee New Orleans La to Texas 591
369
Asphaltic Sandstone From Rocky Hill Ky 801
373
Chicago B Q R Co I S Joseph Co Inc v 225
381
John A Lamey Milling Co v Atiantic Coast Line R Co 710
391
Pressed Bituminous Coal Fro n Minnesota and Wisconsin 812
393
Increased Freight Rates 1947 81 93
403
Augusta Ga City of Chamber of Commerce v Aberdeen R R Co 291
423
Increased Coach FaresNew Haven R 269 I C C 291
425
Increased Railway Rates Fares and Charges1942 248 I C C 545 700 759
443
Increased Rates 1920 58 I C C 220 408
452
Corporation Comm State of Oklahoma v Arkansas R Co 259 I C C
456
Fort Worth D C Ry Co Central Fruit Vegetable Co v 131
487
Alabama State of See State of Alabama
489
Mississippi Valley Barge Line Co v United States 292 U S 282
493
Increases in Intrastate Freight Rates 186 I C C 615 124
498
Deck or Armor Plate or Shapes from to and within South 802
504
Joint Rates Rail and Barge 591
509
Pacific Coast Fourth Section Applications 165 I C C 373 797
517
Alleged Unlawful Rates and Practices 7 I C C 240 164
519
Molasses from New Orleans La to Peoria and Pekin Ill 235 I C C
589
Banana Distributing Co v San Antonio U G R Co 131
591
Cottonand Cotton Linters From South and Southwest 183 I C C 33
616
Bituminous Coal Rates Within Illinois 263 I C C 179
642
Fabrics Tire South to Western Trunk Line Territory 801
651
Wallace 258 U S 495
655
Blackstrap Molasses from Florida to Cincinnati Ohio 259 I C C 155 711
657
Vegetables and Fruits From Texas 816
665
American Smelting Refining Co 263 I C C 719 266 I C C 349 359 386
685
Lamey Milling Co v Atlantic Coast Line R Co 710
687
Interchange Switching at Wichita 61 I C C 205
693
Norwalk Tire Rubber Co v New York N H H R Co
696
Farmers National Grain Corp v Alabama G S R Co
713
Intercoastal Rate Structure 2 U S M C 285 77
714
Intrastate Rates on Bituminous Coal in Illinois 182 I C C 537 647
722
Pennsylvania R Co 226 I C C 723 755
723
MilkCannedand Powdered from Springfield Mo to Tampa Fla
733
Chlorine Gas Liquefied East St Louis Ill to Bastrop La and Crossett
742
Davis Co v Minneapolis St P S S M Ry Co 194 I C C 355 396
748
Pennsylvania R Co 255 I C C 704
756
Passenger FaresDistrict of Columbia Nearby Virginia 256 I C C 769
769
Atlantic Lbr Corp v Southern Pac Co 241 I C C 461 195 280
795
Cardox Corp v Ahnapee W Ry Co 266 I C C 707 512
798
Cases disposed of without printed report
801
Virginian Ry Stations Sulphur Texas and Louisiana to 819
802
LimeBauxite Ark to Spring Hill La
803
Feldspar North Carolina to Cincinnati Ohio
804
Nut Hulls Tung Between Points in South
806
Benzine From Marshall Ill 818 824
807
PetroleumandIts Products FromAlbritton Tex 808
808
Peoria P U Ry Co Rates Regulations and Practices 115 I C C 469 748
809
Woodpulp South to Western Trunk Line Territory
811
Peanut Hulls Between Border Territory and East
814
Mixed Carloads of Cement and Plaster From Louisville Nebr
817
Lumberand Related Articles to Kansas
818
Piece Goods Cotton to Havelock and Lincoln Nebr
821
Catz American Sales Corp v Erie R Co 268 I C C 791 383
822
Antifreeze PreparationsFrom Port Arthur Tex
823
Moore Business Forms Inc v Erie R Co 128
824
Pennsylvania R Co Application for Approval of Proposed Modifications
826
Cases reported in Motor Carrier Cases under part II of
827
Capital Grain Feed Co v Illinois Central R Co 268 1 C C 243 and
832
Solution Hexamethylene Diamine From Orange Tex 817
833
Masonite Corp v Pennsylvania R Co 247
834
Ecusta Paper Corp v Alton R Co 262 I C C 330 151
839
Whiterock Quarries Inc v Pennsylvania R Co 266 I C C 157 197
841
Pillsbury Mills Inc v Great Northern Ry Co 381
857
Columbus Iron Works Co v Central of Georgia Ry Co 484
861
Standard Time Zone Investigation 15
868

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Halaman 468 - Congress to provide for fair and impartial regulation of all modes of transportation subject to the provisions of this Act, so administered as to recognize and preserve the inherent advantages of each ; to promote safe, adequate, economical, and efficient service and foster sound economic conditions in transportation and among the several carriers...
Halaman 469 - 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.
Halaman 685 - Every common carrier subject to the provisions of this act shall, according to their respective powers, afford all reasonable, proper, and equal facilities for the interchange of traffic between their respective lines, and for the receiving, forwarding and delivering of passengers and property to and from their several lines and those connecting therewith, and shall not discriminate in their rates and charges between such connecting lines...
Halaman 418 - The very terms of the statute, that charges must be reasonable, that discrimination must not be unjust, and that preference or advantage to any particular person, firm, corporation or locality must not be undue or unreasonable, necessarily imply that strict uniformity is not to be enforced ; but that all circumstances and conditions which reasonable men would regard as affecting the welfare of the carrying companies, and of the producers, shippers and consumers, should be considered by a tribunal...
Halaman 577 - In the case of a through route, where one of the carriers is a common carrier by water, the Commission shall prescribe such reasonable differentials as it may find to be justified between all-rail rates and the joint rates in connection with such common carrier by water.
Halaman 337 - That whenever the Commission is of opinion, after hearing upon application of any carrier or carriers engaged in the transportation of passengers or property subject to this Act...
Halaman 227 - Commission, a locus penitentia? in which to determine whether he will satisfy the claim or contest it; and that a later specification of the claim is of no avail, because the filing of such a definite description of the claim with the Commission within the two years is a jurisdictional requirement. It is true that the two-year requirement is jurisdictional.
Halaman 468 - States and the duly authorized officials thereof; and to encourage fair wages and equitable working conditions; — all to the end of developing, coordinating, and preserving a national transportation system by water, highway, and rail, as well as other means, adequate to meet the needs of the commerce of the United States, of the Postal Service, and of the national defense. All of the provisions of this Act shall be administered and enforced with a view to carrying out the above declaration of policy.
Halaman 419 - The outlook of the Commission and its powers must be greater than the interest of the railroads or of that which may affect those interests. It must be as comprehensive as the interest of the whole country. If the problems which are presented to it, therefore, are complex and difficult, the means of solving them are as great and adequate as can be provided.
Halaman 337 - Commission shall by order approve and authorize, if assented to by all the carriers involved, such pooling or division, under such rules and regulations, and for such consideration as between such carriers and upon such terms and conditions, as shall be found by the Commission to be just and reasonable in the premises...

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