Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Motor carrier cases, Volume 84

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1960


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Page 207 - ... to use service by motor vehicle to public advantage in its operations and will not unduly -restrain competition.
Page 402 - ... any information concerning the nature, kind, quantity, destination, consignee, or routing of any property tendered or delivered to such common carrier for interstate transportation which information may be used to the detriment or prejudice of such shipper or consignee, or which may improperly disclose his business transactions to a competitor; and it shall also be unlawful for any person or corporation to solicit or knowingly receive any such information which may be so used...
Page 32 - State is in fact of such nature, character, or quantity as not substantially to affect or impair uniform regulation by the Commission of transportation by motor carriers engaged in interstate or foreign commerce in effectuating the national transportation policy declared in this Act.
Page 173 - The transportation of passengers or property in interstate or foreign commerce wholly within a municipality or between contiguous municipalities or within a zone adjacent to and commercially a part of any such municipality or municipalities except when such transportation is under a common control, management, or arrangement...
Page 318 - New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina . North Dakota . . . Ohio Oklahoma Pennsylvania . . Rhode Island . South Carolina . South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington .... West Virginia . Wisconsin Wyoming UNITED STATES.
Page 171 - Notwithstanding any provision of this section or of section 203, the provisions of this part, except the provisions of section 204 relative to qualifications and maximum hours of service of employees and safety of operation and equipment...
Page 763 - ... motor vehicles used in carrying property consisting of ordinary livestock, fish (including shell fish), or agricultural commodities (not including manufactured products thereof), if such motor vehicles are not used in carrying any other property * * • for compensation...
Page 564 - ... commodities, the transportation of which, because of size or weight, requires the use of special equipment...
Page 601 - there is no surer way to misread any document than to read it literally . . .", Guiseppi v.
Page 328 - substantial evidence" standard is not modified in any way when the Board and its examiner disagree. We intend only to recognize that evidence supporting a conclusion may be less substantial when an impartial, experienced examiner who has observed the witnesses and lived with the case had drawn conclusions different from the Board's than when he has reached the same conclusion.

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