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REBATES
Loss and damage claimants retaining

final $50 of freight charge, results
in 505

RECYCLING See RULEMAKING PRO-
CEEDINGS

PROTESTANTS-Continued
Existing service

Adequate 26, 77, 85, 128, 249, 268,
312, 445, 468, 490, 559, 854, 862, 878,
906
Inadequate 9, 237, 243, 269, 295, 347,
370, 391, 458, 475, 518, 558, 621, 646,
656, 817, 886
Not wholly inadequate, additional

service needed 95
Failure to appear at hearing or present

evidence, effect 304,
Fitness, pending investigation of

considered 14
Have no interest in shipper's traffic 818
Identical application of, in separate pro-

ceeding 653
Joint-line service

Found adequate 84, 855

Found inadequate 9, 237, 886
Lack of continuing interest, effect 126,

286, 304, 363, 436, 463, 621, 642, 655,

883
New service of, must be tried before

conflicting authority granted 492
Recent grants of authority

to,
considered 128, 347
Review board order's failure to list 429
Special certificates, recyclables, filing

protests 591
Withdrawal from proceeding, effect 11,

329

REGULATIONS OF COMMISSION

49 CFR 1047.20(c): 256
49 CRF 1047.20(d): 254, 256
49 CFR 1047.20(8): 254, 255
49 CFR 1048, revisions proposed 214
49 CFR 1049, revisions proposed 214
49 CFR 1056.6: 322
49 CFR 1056.7: 35, 626
49 CFR 1056.11: 322
49 CFR 1056.16(c): 416, 422
49 CFR 1056.16(d):' 417, 422
49 CFR 1056.16(e): 422
49 CFR 1062, adopted 599
49 CFR 1090.4(d): 476
49 CFR 1101.2(1): 480
49 CFR 1307.27(k): 55, 59
49 CFR 1307.35(e): 788
49 CFR 1322.1(a): 113

RELEASED RATES
Declaration of value in shipper's own

handwriting binding 418
Only exception to the general liability

rule set forth in $20(11), household
goods carriers 400

PUBLIC INTEREST
Primary consideration, not interests of

competing carriers 590

REMANDS See COURTS

R

RESTRICTIONS
Armored vehicles escorted by armed

guards 830
Automobile dealers, traffic moving

to 494, 507
Commercial zones, against points within,

zone expansion and 183
Fragmenting authority granted, to protect

protestants, unjustified 458, 621
Originates at or is destined to supporting

shippers' facilities 97, 458
Originating at and destined to

Discussed 96
Imposed 11, 270, 392

RACIAL CONSIDERATIONS See
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COM-
MISSION

RAILROADS
Even when available, public entitled to

inherent advantages of motor carrier

service 376, 475
Freight forwarder, service to, found in-

adequate 475

RATE BUREAUS

See AGREEMENTS

S

Petrochemicals, against 30
Plantsite, imposed 296
Rephrased to permit service needed 96
Shippers, against service to particular,

not favored 827
Tacking, imposed 371, 648
Tariff, limiting service to less than full

authority, condemned 55, 60

RETURN HAUL See BACKHAUL

REVOCATION
Certificate, remedy not chosen despite

repeated violations 115, 117

RULEMAKING PROCEEDINGS
Adjudication or, discretionary choice

between, even when action modifies

existing licenses 60
Commercial zone expansion 130
Commission's power to make a general

finding of PC&N 585
Confrontation, right of does not

obtain 156
Detention of motor vehicles, rules

adopted 699
Governed by 5 USC $553 not by ad-

judicatory provisions of $556 686
Hearing, oral, denied 59, 155, 598
Household goods carriers' use of vehicle-

load manifest eliminated, driver's

weight certificate substituted 315
Limitation of liability, household goods

carriers, rules adopted 419
Minimum weight charges, discrimi-

54

SAFETY

Commercial zones, within 183

SCHAEFFER RULES See NOTICE

SCHEDULES See TARIFFS

SCHEDULING See PICKUP AND DE-
LIVERY

SECONDARY MOVEMENT
Authority required for, mobile home

chassis manufactured at points other
than that of homes' production 904

SHIPPER LOAD AND COUNT See

BILLS OF LADING

natory
Notice, Federal Register publication ade-

SHIPPERS
Affiliation with applicant, no chance for

discrimination exists 278
Detention records, Commission cannot

force to enter times on 729
Duty to inform themselves of existing

services 94, 661
Entitled to same irregular-route, single-

line service at new facility as it had at

old 269
Not entitled to single-line service as a

matter of right 9
Preference for proposed service 804
Responsibility to configure shipping

practices with facilities of existing

transportation system 561
Supporting

Affiliated, contract carrier application,
evidence must show how interre-
lated 430, 432
Certification of support filed with ap-
plication, no service requirement 471
Complete candor expected of 469
Freight forwarders as 475 .
Must clearly identify commodities
shipped, specific points freight
volumes tendered, services used 311
New, succeeding old, statement
stricken 812

quate 156

Transportation of waste products for

reuse and recycling, rules
adopted 583, 599

RULES OF PRACTICE See GENERAL
RULES OF PRACTICE

RURAL COMMUNITIES See SMALL
SHIPMENTS

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SHIPPERS' OR CONSIGNEES' NEED

FOR ADEQUATE SERVICE
Adequacy of existing service consider-

ed 9, 26, 77, 84, 95, 128, 237, 243,
248, 268, 294, 312, 346, 370, 390, 433,
439, 445, 458, 468, 475, 489, 518, 558,
621, 646, 657, 802, 817, 828, 854, 862,

878, 887, 906
Armored common carrier service 828
Broad territorial authority 269, 294,

370, 433, 457, 518, 621, 646, 657
Commercial zones of port cities, between

points in, for maritime containerized

traffic 349
Complete service
Consolidated loads of pizza ingredi-

558
Containerized freight, coordinated,
flexible transportation of 347
Handle entire product line 657
House carrier for both TL and LTL
shipments 621
Houseboats, setup, launching, in-
structing customers 814
Mere desire for single carrier for, in-
sufficient 906
Multiple pickup and delivery of wide
range of products over broad terri-

Equipment

Availability of 9, 95, 370, 390, 446,
457, 580
Expansion of pool of, for expeditious
product distribution 370

Sparsely populated origin area, in 390
Existing service

Found adequate 26, 77, 85, 128, 249,
268, 312, 390, 468, 490, 559, 854, 862,
878
Found inadequate 9, 237, 243, 269,
295, 347, 371, 458, 475, 518, 558, 621,
646, 657, 817, 887
Found not wholly inadequate, addi-

tional service needed 95
Expanding volume of traffic, additional

service required 370, 433, 446
Expedited service 656, 887
Future need 10, 580
Irregular-route carriers with broad

authority capable of scheduled multi-

ple deliveries 269
Jobsite deliveries 433, 646
Lack of existing carrier opposition does

not create presumption of 248
Less-than-truckload service 269, 656
Locally domiciled carrier to provide e-

quipment in sparsely populated, lum-

ber producing origin area 390
Mixed loads 127, 433, 646
Multiple deliveries 269, 294, 558, 621
Multiple pickups and deliveries 457,

646, 657
New facility, same type of service as

available at old 269
New furniture transported without pro-

tective cartons, 243
Next-day delivery 621
Norfolk port and Newport News plant-

site, ex-water movements between 95
Numerous carriers for flexible multiple-

delivery service 270
Operating economies and efficiencies,

replacing wasteful private car-

riage 802
Particular class of users, distinctive needs

of 230
Pickup and delivery service 457, 646
Pickups on short notice 391
Protective service 656

ents

tory 657

Multiple pickups and deliveries,
consolidated shipments including
nonrelated items 646
Wide range of products to complete

distination area 518
Consolidated loads 269, 558, 646
Containerized general commodities

moving through Seattle and Port-
land 346

Publish FAK rates for supporting freight

forwarders 475
Recyclables, general licensing for trans-

portation of 587, 596
Scheduled deliveries 269, 295, 433
Short notice, to compete with competi-

tors' private carriage 446
Single-line service 9, 237, 269, 439,

646, 886
Small shipments 887
Timed delivery 446
Transportation services only relevant in

determining 815
Unfit carrier cannot meet 119

SMALL SHIPMENTS
Freight forwarders' expanded terminal

areas to improve service 172
Minimum weight charges, investiga-

tion 54
Rural communities, expedited, single-line

service granted 887

SPECIAL CERTIFICATES See CERTI-

FICATES

SPECIAL RULES OF PRACTICE See
GENERAL RULES OF PRACTICE

SPECIAL SERVICE See TARIFFS

SPOTTING See DETENTION; LOAD-
ING AND UNLOADING

STRIKES

Detention charges 741
Not acts of public enemy" limiting lia-

bility for loss and damage 415

SUPERHIGHWAYS See HIGHWAYS

SUPPORTING SHIPPERS See SHIPPERS

SINGLE-LINE SERVICE
Abstract advantages of, insufficient to

support grant 85
Available at shipper's old facility, should

be granted at new 269
Comparison lacking between proposed,

formerly provided under color of right,

and existing joint-line service 854
Desire for, does not warrant grant of

authority in the absence of a showing
of inadequacy in available joint-line

service 84, 854
Lack of alone not basis for grant 886
Required

Avoid commodity spoilage 269
Avoid interchange damage 237
Prompt service to meet expanding busi-
ness requirements 9
Provide multiple pickups and deliv-
eries 646
When shippers must prepay freight

charges on interline shipments 886
Substitution of, for applicant's prior

joint-line service, public advantages
outweigh harm to existing car-

riers 439
When granted 9, 237, 269, 439, 647
When shipper establishes need for,

should be granted, even if existing serv-
ice is not inadequate 10

SUSPENSION OF CERTIFICATES
Cease and desist orders and, not exclu-

sive 117
Trip leasing and interchange, suspended

for violations 116

T

TACKING

Restrictions, imposed 371, 648

TARIFFS
Detention rules governing, adopt-

ed 699, 725
Expedited or special service, carriers

cannot provide, without prior publica-

tion in 702
Protestant's publishing rates on furniture

in cartons, and not on unpackaged fur-
niture, a failure to render full certifi-
cated service 243

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customers 814
Incidental to transportation stand-

ard 816

WATER CARRIERS
Local pickup and delivery services for

unregulated, not exempt 348

WEIGHTS AND WEIGHING

Household goods 316, 326
Minimum weight charges, investiga-
tion 54

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