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" No. 1-R, in carloads, and for the future will be unjust and unreasonable to the extent that... "
Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Motor carrier cases - Page 294
by United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - 1940
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Annual Report of the Corporation Commission of the State of ..., Volume 15

Oklahoma Corporation Commission - Communication and traffic - 1922
...assailed from mill points in Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana (except Calvin, Oklahoma) to Dallas, are, and for the future will be unjust and unreasonable to the extent that they exceed, or may exceed, the rates in cents per 100 pounds for single-line application under...
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Shipper and Carrier, Volume 4

Carriers - 1923
...points in the territory east of the Indiana-Illinois state line, and to points south of the Ohio River are, and for the future will be unjust and unreasonable to the extent that the components from the Missouri River cities, except Sioux City to Mississippi River crossings,...
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Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Motor carrier cases, Volume 32

United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - Bus lines - 1942
...find that the minimum rates maintained by the respondents, subject to the foregoing minimum weights, are, and for the future will be, unjust and unreasonable to the extent that they are less than the following: On paperboard from Baltimore to Richmond and New York, NY, 19...
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Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Motor carrier cases, Volume 31

United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - Bus lines - 1941
...pounds. Upon this record we further find that the lessthan-truckload rates maintained by the respondent are and for the future will be unjust and unreasonable to the extent they are less than rates made 20 cents higher than the truckload rates herein prescribed from and to...
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Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Motor carrier cases, Volume 34

United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - Bus lines - 1942
...such points, and that the proposed less-thantruckload rate of 10 cents from York to Glen Burnie is, and for the future will be, unjust and unreasonable to the extent that it is applied in connection with a minimum weight of less than 20,000 pounds. In No. MC-C-134,...
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Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Motor carrier cases ..., Volume 33

United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - Carriers - 1943
...which were under suspension in I. and S. No. M-1523, and those under investigation in No. MC-C-263. are and for the future will be unjust and unreasonable to the extent that they are lower than the minimum rates, subject to minima of 23,000 and 28,000 pounds, suggested...
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Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Reports and Decisions of ..., Volume 52

United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - Interstate commerce - 1919
...on which date the present rates were initiated by the Director General; and that the present rates are and for the future will be unjust and unreasonable to the extent that they exceed or may exceed 29.5 cents per 100 pounds, minimum not exceeding 60,000 pounds. Traffic...
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Public Documents of the State of North Dakota: Being the Annual ..., Volume 1

North Dakota - North Dakota - 1924
...seed and other articles as described in Rule 285 of Western Trunk Lines Circular No. 1-R, in carloads, and for the future will be unjust and unreasonable to the extent that they exceed or may exceed the rate in cents per one hundred pounds under the distance scales for...
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Opinions and Decisions of the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin, Volume 5

Public Service Commission of Wisconsin - Public utilities - 1935
...shown in the same tariff. From the information before us, we find that the rate complained of was, and for the future will be, unjust and unreasonable to the extent that it exceeded or exceeds a rate of 14.5 cents per 100 pounds. Now, THEREFORE, IT is ORDERED, That...
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