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HOLDING YARDS See LOADING AND
UNLOADING

INCREASED RATES
General increases, regional differences

outweigh uniformity 724

HOUSEBOATS See TRANSPORTATION
v. NONTRANSPORTATION SERVICES

INTERCHANGE
Adequacy of existing service 9, 84, 237,

269, 854, 886
Interline, prior agreement for, grant

cannot be based on 878
Prohibition of ordered, repeated

violations 116
Scheduled deliveries, cannot be relied on

for 295
Single-line service, substitution for

applicant's present interlining will
improve quality not amount of
service 439

INTERLINE See INTERCHANGE

HOUSEHOLD GOODS

Acts of God, liability limitation 414
Articles of extraordinary value, liability

limitation 415
Broker authority for, denied 34
Carrier must either accept full respon-

sibility for all items transported or
specifically request deletion from its
certificate of items it desire not to.

transport 415
Clear receipt, liability limitation 418
Defined 411
Depreciation, settlement of loss and

damage 416
General commodity carriers of, lower

liability 37
Limitation of liability, carriers, rules

adopted 419
Perishable articles, including plants,

liability 417
Pickup and hold service 317, 322
Publications to be given shipper 35
Regulations

Benefiting small c.o.d. shipper 34
Carrier performance statistics reported
to public, interpretation of 626
Vehicle-load manifest,

of
eliminated, amended to provide for use

of driver's weight certificate 322, 326
Service industry, is a 321
Servicing of appliances by third party,

liability 416
Storage-in-transit, rules adopted 417
Strikes, not liability limitation 415
Weight, tare, gross, and net, how deter-

mined 316, 326

INTERMODAL TRANSPORTATION
Bananas, United States port to Canada,

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IMPORT TRAFFIC
Norfolk port and Newport News plant-

continuity of movement at ports brings

under land bridge exemption 49
Motor-water, benefits of, Pacific North-

west 337, 346

INTERPRETATION See AUTHORI-
TIES, INTERPRETATION; CERTI-
FICATES; RESTRICTIONS

INTERSTATE COMMERCE
Shipper's fixed intent determines

character of 48

INTERSTATE COMMERCE ACT
Legislative history

820(11): 413

$203(b)(5): 255, 259
$1(1): 50
$5(4): 277
$5(7): 110
820(11): 398, 413, 504
$202(c): 134, 158
$ 202(c)(2): 349
$203(a)(11): 40
$203(a)(15): 487
$203(a)(18): 300, 450
$203(b)(5): 255, 259
8203(b)(8): 133, 158, 181, 348

site, ex-water movements between,
authority needed for 95

INTERSTATE COMMERCE ACT-Con.

8203(c): 541
8205(a): 157
$205(e): 596
$206(a)(7): 277, 843
$208(a): 661
$209(b): 488
$211: 451
$211(a): 299
$211(c): 301
$212(a): 110, 112, 115
$216(b): 476
8216(e): 58
8219: 398, 414, 504
$222: 117
8409: 475
$410: 508

Dead heading, against inefficient 391
Promote dynamic transportation
industry 440, 815
Provide carriers with healthy motor
carrier system

182
Power

Ethnic groups, Commission does not
have regulatory power to favor 230
Rulemaking, to make a general finding
of PC&N 585
Take official notice of reports and re-
cords in other proceedings 128, 353,

464
Violations, latitude in choosing

remedy 115

INTERVENTION
American Trucking Association, recycl-

ables transportation rules 598
Department of Transportation, house-

hold goods broker application 33
National Council of Farm Coopera-

tives 258

or

trans-

INTRASTATE COMMERCE
Motorbus operating wholly in, regardless

of passengers' intention to continue

interstate 450
Shipper's fixed intent determines charac-

ter of 48

no

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMIS-

SION
Entire Commission proceeding 54, 130,

315, 395, 583, 624, 680
Joint boards, discretion to hold hearings

by 157
Jurisdiction
Interstate

foreign
portation 48
Lacks
Compel shippers to enter times onto
detention record 729
Grant authority under which applicant
has intention of providing
service 476
Materials having no economic
value 604
Restrict carriers from disclaiming
liability under common law excep-
tions 414
Norfolk port and Newport News plant-
site, over ex-water movement
between 95
Retained, to assure service required is
provided 658
Self-imposed service restrictions,
regulations to remedy 60
Transportation services, what con-

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stitute 815
Policy

All applicants for authority must sub-
mit evidence as to operational feasi-
bility of proposal 439

authorized 297
Petrochemicals, transportation of despite

certificate restrictions 30
Retail grocery stores, transportation of

merchandise not dealt in by 221

124 M.C.C.

J

See LOSS

LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
AND DAMAGE

JOINT BOARDS
Commission's discretion to hold hearings

by 157
Prevailing party, may request draft initial

decision by 353
Waived participation, reopened hear-

ing 840

LOADING AND UNLOADING
Detention rules and charges

adopted 699, 724
Heavy haulers perform 543
Person, more than one for, without tariff

publication, discriminatory 711
Platforms, under line-haul rates shipper

cannot have trailers placed at, after

spotting at holding yard 710, 737
Vehicle preparation part of 730

JOINT-LINE SERVICE
Existing service

Found adequate 84, 855

Found inadequate 9, 237, 269, 886
Nonprotestants, ability to provide not

considered 295
Single-line service substituted for appli-

cant's prior, public advantages
outweigh harm

existing
carriers 439

LOS ANGELES See AUTHORITIES, IN-
TERPRETATION; COMMERCIAL
ZONES

to

L

LOSS AND DAMAGE
Claims

Carriers must establish reasonable
practices for 504
Discouragement

of,

found
unlawful 503
Protestant's failure to settle, appli-

cation granted 886
Liability

Acts of God limitation, household
goods carriers 414
Common carriers, history, general
principles 411
Limitation of, household goods car-
riers, rules adopted 419
Strikes not acts of a “public enemy"

limiting 415
“Shipper Load and Count" on bill of

lading, burden of showing loss or theft
on shipper 736

M

LAND BRIDGE EXEMPTION
Bananas, United States ports to Canada,

within, due to continuity of movement

at ports 49
Defined 40

LEASING
Trip

Agricultural cooperative as lessor,
discussed 258
Suspension of ordered, repeated
violations 116
Willful violation of regulations and
falsification of records 113

LESS-THAN-TRUCKLOAD
Minimum weight charges, investiga-

tion 54
Service, term certificate granted to assure

performance of 658

MANIFESTS See HOUSEHOLD GOODS

MILEAGE RADIUS DESCRIPTION

Imposed 888

LEVEL OF RATES
Protestants' failure to negotiate FAK

rates for freight forwarders 475

LIABILITY See LOSS AND DAMAGF

MINIMUM WEIGHT CHARGES
Consumer Unit, Bureau of Traffic, to

evaluate 63
Discriminatory, evidence insufficient to

establish 64

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PARTNERSHIPS See PRIVATE CAR-

RIERS

NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLI.

CY ACT OF 1969
Commercial zones and terminal areas,

draft impact statement 201
Special certificates, recyclables, rules

adopted, impact statement 592, 601

PASSENGERS
Intention to continue interstate, does not

change character of strictly intrastate
motorbus operation 450

NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION POLI-

CY
Commercial zone expansion 180
Ethnic considerations, grants of

authority 230
Requires avoidance of energy waste 27

PAYMENT OF CHARGES
Delinquents, discriminatory extension of

credit to 113

PERFORMANCE REPORT

Conditioned to certificate 593, 658

NEW YORK CITY See AUTHORITIES,

INTERPRETATION; COMMERCIAL
ZONES

PERFORMANCE STATISTICS See
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, REGULA-
TIONS

NOTICE
Certificates of support

Applicant's good faith attempt to com-
ply with Schaeffer rules 653
Applicant's tardy compliance with
Schaeffer rules, testimony dis-

allowed 532
Rulemaking proceeding, Federal Register

publication adequate 156
Special certificates, transportation of

products for reuse and recycling 591,
596

PETITIONS
Declaratory orders

Arranging intrastate motorbus trans-
portation in connection with interstate
air tours found not to require broker's
license 448
Denied, restriction to the interpreted
unambiguous 508

Particleboard not "lumber" 809
Extraordinary relief, denied 534
Further hearing 227
Household goods carriers, vehicle-load

manifest, rulemaking proceeding 315
Minimum weight charges, investi-

gation 54
Numerous, repetitive, discouraged 502

O

OFFICIAL NOTICE See EVIDENCE

PICKUP AND DELIVERY
Local, performed in connection with

unregulated carriers are not exempt
even though such transportation takes
place wholly within single

Precedent overruled, land bridge exemp-

tion 52
Prevailing party, draft initial decision by

353
Protestants need not quote all authorities

verbatim in protest 869
Typographical specifications (Rule 15),

for Commission's benefits
parties' 482

a

not

See

PREARRANGED SCHEDULING
PICKUP AND DELIVERY

PRIMARY BUSINESS TEST

Discussed 541

as

Own

PRIVATE CARRIERS
Applicant's proposal will allow shipper

to provide service at short notice, as

provided by competitors' 446
Application granted to replace waste-

ful 801
For-hire authority
Denied where applicant could utilize it

incident to movement of
goods 864
Granted where supporting shipper has
no other carriers available and appli-
cant's transportation of own product is

commercial zone 348
Prearranged scheduling agreements for

Not inherently discriminatory, pref-
erential, or prejudicial when performed
without tariff provisions 702, 710
Uniform truckload detention rule with,
adopted 711, 730

PIGGYBACK SERVICE See TRAILER-

ON-FLATCAR SERVICE

PLEADINGS
Unnecessarily repetitive or lengthy, may

be stricken or rejected 503

POPULATION-MILEAGE FORMULA
See COMMERCIAL ZONES; TER-
MINAL AREAS

specialized 865
Installation contractor transporting

electrical generators found to be 544
Partner, service to, for-hire carriage 864
Primary business test 541

PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
Applicant's failure to proceed with case

by presentation of properly certified

shipper witnesses, at its own peril 534
Certificates of support

Applicant's trady notice not in com-
pliance with Schaeffer rules 532
Filed with application, no service

requirement 471
Consolidation of proceedings involving

similar parties and related fitness

issues 375
Correction of respondent's statement,

not reply to a reply 684
Fitness issue considered in another pro-

ceeding, issuance of subpenas regard-
ing would be improper reopening of

record 375
Late submission of representation, date

of receipt 157
Moot, investigation not, since grant

covering unauthorized operations is

not administratively final 29
Petitions and pleadings, numerous, re-

petitive, lengthy, discouraged 502

PROPOSED RULEMAKING

Commercial zone expansion 130

PROTESTANTS
Applicant now serves shipper exclu-

sively, grant would not harm 438
Application of, pending, not relevant 15
Authorities of, all need not be quoted

verbatim in protest 869
Commodity description, applicant fails to

prove does not embrace traffic 878
Contract carriers, factors considered in

common carrier applications 826

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