Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Motor carrier cases, Volume 86

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1961
 

Contents

Block Common Carrier Application 49 M C C 651__
171
Tuso Nicholas Jr ExtensionCement 447
181
Interstate Van Service Inc Ext Trailers Passengers 62 M C C 325_ 606
186
B M Exp Inc v Bowman Transp Inc 73 M C C 109
189
M C C 783 39 M C C 330
194
Rucker ExtensionLaminated Wood 73 M C C 129 76 M C C 132__ 607
213
Friocal Transport Leasing Corp Contr Car Applic 82 M C C 861 369
221
Frozen Cooked VegetablesStatus 81 M C C 649_ 799
227
Garrett Freightlines Inc Ext New Mexico Points 77 M C C 801__
235
Jamail Sons Common Carrier Application 62 M C C 935
251
Viking Freight Co ExtensionCollapsible and Stackable Containers____ 61
253
BoylesControlB W Freight Lines Inc 85 M C C 103 551
263
Browder 352 U S 903____ 748
266
Schaffer Transp Co v United States 355 U S 83 290 459
290
Interstate Commerce Commission 213 F 2d 300 763
300
George B Holman Co Inc Ext Television Equipment 49 M C C
303
Gayle 142 F Supp 707 748
314
B P Motor Lines Inc ExtensionNew Furniture 81 M C C 802_ 719
337
Wallace Harry A Investigation of Operations
343
Johncox Son Common Carrier Application 83 M C C 39
351
H Transp Co Inc ExtensionDenison Tex 83 M C C 103 229
369
Watson Bros Transp Co Inc ExtensionCollapsible and Stackable
370
Cassens Sons Common Carrier Application 1 M C C 771
378
Central of Georgia Motor Transport Co Ext Ry Express 86 M C C
394
Geraci Contract Carrier Application 7 M C C 369_ 251
397
Gibbon ExtensionLiquid Petroleum Wax 67 M C C 252__ 199
417
Greyhound Corp Investigation of Certificates 84 M C C 169 724
425
Wenham Transp Inc ExtensionRolling Mill Rolls
441
McKenzie Tank Lines Inc ExtensionVegetable Oil 84 M C C 63
536
Smoky Mountain R Motor Carrier Application 84 M C C 191 215
548
Hancock Mfg Co v United States 155 F 2d 827
558
Crawford Transport Co Inc ExtensionIronton Ohio 49 M C C 228 675 683
560
National Trailer Convoy Inc ExtensionCorona Calif 83 M C C
583
Danbury Extension of OperationsCharlotte N C 46 M C C 147_ 107
596
Chrispens Truck Line Inc Investigation of Operations 63 M C C 625 338
597
Lehigh Valley R Co Loan Guaranty 307 I C C 541_ 475
605
HannonControlHannon Motor Lines Inc 39 M C C 620___ 148
606
Dealers Transport Co Ext Trailer and Truck Bodies 49 M C C 63 697
618
Dieckbrader Exp Inc Conversion Proceeding 83 M C C 287 171
639
Southern Motor Exp Inc Modification of Certificate 84 M C C 627
642
Lewis Common Carrier Application 82 M C C 755
650
Donald Common Carrier Grandfather Application 82 M C C 812
651
Church Truck Service Co Com Car Application 27 M C C 191 425
660
Farmers Union CoOp Elev Co of Spencer Ext S Dak 34 M C C 1 24
668
Southwest Freight Lines Inc ExtensionGypsum and Gypsum Prod
685
Heavy Haulers Inc PurchaseBilly Baker Co 75 M C C 75 141
693
Floyd Beasley Transfer Co v United States 185 F Supp 390
701
381 787
711
Industrial Commission v United Fruit Growers Assn 106 Colo 223 103
719
Cicalese Common Carrier ApplicationSection 7c 81 M C C 789
725
Interstate Commerce Commissionv Asphalt Supply Co 152 F Supp
763
Fordham Bus Corp Common Carrier Application 29 M C C 293_ 115
765
Lowrance Grandfather Application 86 M C C 381 651
790
Winter Garden Co Inc Grandfather Application___ 347
798
Witte Transp Co ExtensionCollapsible and Stackable Containers__ 61
822
LubbockEl Paso Motor Frt Inc Com Car Application 27 M C C 585_ 236
854

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Page 17 - Provided, however, That such associations are operated for the mutual benefit of the members thereof, as such producers, and conform to one or both of the following requirements: "First.
Page 17 - First. That no member of the association 'is allowed more than one vote because of the amount of stock or membership capital he may own therein, or, "Second. That the association does not pay dividends on stock or membership capital in excess of 8 per centum per annum.
Page 28 - ... property consisting of ordinary livestock, fish (including 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...
Page 18 - That no member of the association is allowed more than one vote because of the amount of stock or membership capital he may own therein; and Second. That the association does not pay dividends on stock or membership capital in excess of 8 per centum per annum. And in any case to the following: Third. That the association shall not deal In farm products, farm supplies, and farm business services with or for nonmembers in an amount greater in value than the total amount of such business transacted...
Page 472 - ... to use service by motor vehicle to public advantage in its operations and will not unduly -restrain competition.
Page 14 - Motor vehicles controlled and operated by a cooperative association as defined in the Agricultural Marketing Act, approved June 15, 1929, as amended, or by a federation of such cooperative associations, if such federation possesses no greater powers or purposes than cooperative associations so defined...
Page 58 - It shall be the duty of every contract carrier by motor vehicle to file with the Commission, publish, and keep open for public inspection, in the form and manner prescribed by the Commission, schedules containing the minimum rates or charges of such carrier actually maintained and charged for the transportation of passengers or property in interstate or foreign commerce, and any rule, regulation, or practice affecting such rates or charges and the value of the service thereunder.
Page 43 - State having jurisdiction; or (9) the casual, occasional, or reciprocal transportation of passengers or property by motor vehicle in interstate or foreign commerce for compensation by any person not engaged in transportation by motor vehicle as a regular occupation or business...
Page 28 - Include * • • (8) motor vehicles used in carrying property consisting of ordinary livestock, fish (including shell fish), or agricultural (including horticultural) commodities (not including manufactured products thereof...
Page 15 - 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; to encourage the establishment and maintenance of reasonable charges for transportation services, without unjust discriminations, undue preferences or advantages, or unfair or destructive competitive practices...

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