A List of Books (with References to Periodicals) Relating to Railroads in Their Relation to the Government and the Public

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1904 - Railroads - 72 pages

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Page 31 - An Act to regulate commerce', approved February 4, 1887, and all Acts amendatory thereof, by providing for a valuation of the several classes of property of carriers, subject thereto and securing information concerning their stocks, bonds, and other securities", approved March 1, 1913...
Page 5 - Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New...
Page 31 - Dept. of justice. Reply of the Attorney-general, dated January 3, 1903, to a communication dated December 20, 1902. from the Hon. George F. Hoar, chairman of the Committee on the judiciary, United States Senate. Sherman antitrust law, and list of decisions relating thereto. Also an address delivered by Philander C. Knox on the commerce clause of the Constitution and the trust, at Pittsburg, Pa., October 14, 1902. Washington: Government printing office, 1903.
Page 16 - RELATION OF THE RAILWAYS TO THE ' STATE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FRANCE TRANSPORTATION being a service of a public nature, it is the duty of the government to regulate its performance. This regulation may be accomplished by state ownership of transportation agencies or by the governmental supervision of those agencies in the ownership and under the management of private...
Page 12 - ... by the committee on railroad transportation of the NY Chamber of Commerce. [New York, 1879.] 3pp. 8. Emery (Lewis), jr. Remarks on anti-discrimination, delivered in the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, May 1879. The destruction of Pennsylvania's industries . . . . /., 1879.
Page 26 - Report of Messrs. Thurman, Washburne and Cooley, constituting an advisory commission on differential rates by railroads, between the West and the Seaboard.
Page 29 - Jan. 18, 1893. viii, (2), 261 pp. 8. Testimony taken in regard to the alleged combination of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad company and other railroad and canal companies and producers of coal, pp. 1-261. House report no. 2601. Whisky trust investigation. Report of the committee on the judiciary on the character...
Page 11 - Review for Apr., 1880. Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York. Report of the special committee on railroad transportation, as to the results of the recent legislative investigation of rail-road management in this state. . . Adopted . . . 1880. New York, 1880. 24 pp. 8. Fink (Albert). Argument before the committee of commerce of the House of Representatives of the United States, on the Reagan bill, for the regulation of interstate commerce. New York : Russell Brothers, 1880. So pp. 8. The...
Page 59 - Considerations on the state corporation in Federal and interstate relations. The northern securities cases. Columbia Law Review, March, April and May, 1903.

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