Effects of State and Local Regulations on Interstate Movement of Agricultural Products by Highway

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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, Transportation and Facilities Research Division, 1961 - 101 pages
 

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Page 1 - ... shell fish) , or agricultural (Including horticultural) commodities (not Including manufactured products thereof) , If such motor vehicles are not used In carrying any other property, or passengers, for compensation: Provided, That the words 'property consisting of ordinary livestock, fish (including shell fish), or agricultural (including horticultural) commodities (not including manufactured products thereof...
Page 1 - property consisting of ordinary livestock, fish (including shell fish), or agricultural (including horticultural) commodities (not including manufactured products thereof)" as used herein shall include property shown as "Exempt
Page 1 - property consisting of ordinary livestock, fish (including shell fish), or agricultural (including horticultural) commodities (not including manufactured products thereof)" as used herein shall include property shown as "Exempt" in the "Commodity List" incorporated in ruling numbered 107, March 19. 1958, Bureau of Motor Carriers, Interstate Commerce Commission, but shall not include property shown therein as "Not Exempt": Provided further, however, that notwithstanding the preceding proviso the words...
Page 1 - Including manufactured products thereof)' shall not be deemed to include frozen fruits, frozen berries, frozen vegetables, cocoa beans, coffee beans, tea, bananas, or hemp, and wool imported from any foreign country, wool tops and noils, or wool waste (carded, spun, woven, or knitted), and shall be deemed to Include cooked or uncooked (Including breaded) fish or shell fish when frozen or fresh (but not Including fish and shell flsh which have been treated for preserving, such as canned, smoked, pickled,...
Page 37 - State shall be such proportion of the total amount of such gasoline or other motor fuel used in its entire operations within and without this State as the total number of miles traveled within this State bears to the total number of miles traveled within and without this State...
Page 2 - Nothing in this part, except the provisions of Section 204 relative to qualifications and maximum hours of service of employees and safety of operations or standards of equipment shall be construed to include...
Page 22 - FORM OF APPLICATION. Every applicant for such permit shall file in the department of finance, an application in form to be prescribed by said commissioner setting forth: 1. The name of the applicant. 2. The location of the principal office or place of business of the applicant. 3. Other names, if any, in which the applicant conducts, engages in or solicits business. 4. The names of all persons and organizations with which the applicant is affiliated in such business, and the location of the principal...
Page 22 - ... serving such territory, with the names and addresses of the owner or owners thereof, and shall point out the inadequacy of existing transportation facilities or service, and shall specify wherein additional facilities or service are required and would be secured by the granting of said application.
Page 91 - ... powers of taxation of the several states or to authorize a motor carrier to do an intrastate business on the highways of any State, or to interfere with the exclusive exercise by each State of the power of regulation of intrastate commerce by motor carriers on the highways thereof : Provided, however, that no state shall require any motor carrier operating one or more motor vehicles in interstate or foreign commerce in accordance with the terms and conditions of a certificate of public convenience...
Page 36 - ... cents per gallon calculated on the amount of gasoline or liquefied gases (which would not exist as liquids at a temperature of...

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