Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Motor carrier cases. Decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission of the United States, Volume 45

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Page 368 - ... however such result is attained, whether directly or indirectly, by use of common directors, officers, or stockholders, a holding or investment company or companies, a voting trust or trusts, or in any other manner whatsoever. It shall be unlawful to continue to maintain control or management accomplished or effectuated after the enactment of this amendatory paragraph and in violation of its provisions. As used in this paragraph and paragraph (5), the words "control or management...
Page 291 - Maine New Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut.. . New York New Jersey — Pennsylvania. Delaware Maryland Virginia West Virginia.... North Carolina South Carolina Georgia. Florida.. Ohio.... Indiana . Illinois.. Michigan Wisconsin... Minnesota...
Page 2 - It shall be unlawful for any person, except as provided in paragraph (2) , to enter into any transaction within the scope of subparagraph (a) thereof, or to accomplish or effectuate, or to participate in accomplishing or effectuating, the control or management in a common interest of any two or more carriers, however such result is attained, whether directly or indirectly, by use of common directors, officers, or stockholders, a holding or investment company or companies, a voting trust or trusts,...
Page liii - Provided, That. if a carrier by railroad subject to this part, or any person which is controlled by such a carrier, or affiliated therewith within the meaning of paragraph (6), is an applicant in the case of any such proposed transaction involving a motor carrier, the Commission shall not enter such an order unless it finds that the transaction proposed will be consistent with the public interest and will enable such carrier to use service by motor vehicle to public advantage in its operations and...
Page 7 - For the purposes of this section a person shall be held to be affiliated with a carrier if, by reason of the relationship of such person to such carrier (whether by reason of the method of, or circumstances surrounding organization or operation...
Page 2 - ... (4) It shall be unlawful for any person, except as provided in paragraph (2), to enter into any transaction within the scope of subparagraph (a) thereof, or to accomplish or effectuate, or to participate in accomplishing or effectuating, the control or management in a common interest of any two or more carriers, however...
Page 7 - ... shall be construed to Include actual as well as legal control, whether maintained or exercised through or by reason of the method of or circumstances surrounding organization or operation, through or by common directors, officers, or stockholders, a voting trust or trusts, a holdIng or Investment company or companies, or through or by any other direct or Indirect means; and to Include the power to exercise control.
Page 204 - Commission shall make such order only if it finds that such issue or assumption: (a) is for some lawful object within its corporate purposes, and compatible with the public interest, which is necessary or appropriate for or consistent with the proper performance by the carrier of service to the public as a common carrier, and which will not impair its ability to perform that service, and (b) is reasonably necessary and appropriate for such purpose.
Page 101 - Act), who operate wholesale or retail stores, the business of which is the sale of food, such merchandise as is dealt in by wholesale, retail, and chain grocery and food business houses and, in connection therewith, equipment, materials, and supplies used in the conduct of such business...
Page 109 - Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

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