Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Motor carrier cases, Volume 43

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Contents

Chicago Ill Commercial Zone 1 M C C 673
72
Minima Class Rate in Central and Western States 161
91
Chips Potato in the Pacific Northwest 337
145
Class Rate Minima in Central and Western States
161
Manhattan Transit Co Common Carrier Application 12 M C C
184
Aberdeen Truck Line Bell Potato Chip Co v 337
186
Strange Freight Lines Inc Dixie Freight Lines Inc 0 574
203
Advertising Matter Between Chicago and Missouri Points 665
242
Church Truck Service Co Com Car Application 27 M C C 191 565
279
Marcell Philip H Common Carrier Application 22 M C C 821
283
Common Carrier Application
307
Southern Ry Co v Tift 206 U 8 428 343
326
Alton R Co v United States 315 U S 15 500 556
327
Transamerican Freight Lines Inc Freight Forwarders Institute v 527
329
Texas P Ry Co v Abilene Cotton Oil Co 204 U S 426
342
Artkraft Sign Co v Pennsylvania R Co 225 I C C 500
347
Classifications in Middle Atlantic States 42 M C C 716
348
Motor Carrier Insurance for Protection of the Public
355
Copes Broker Application 27 M C C 153 4
374
Interstate Truck Service Inc Common Carrier Application
375
Akron Parcel Delivery Inc Contract Carrier Application 700
401
Bekins Moving Storage Co Ext Pacific Northwest 34 M C C
405
Motor Exp Inc Common Carrier Application 700
409
Marcellus Contract Carrier Application 41 M C C 960 128
436
Daniel Creedon Sons Trucking Co Common Carrier Application 700
437
Klein Benjamin L Contract Carrier Application
451
Beli Broker Application 31 M C C 795 5
459
Transport Corp of Virginia Extension of Operations Maryland 716
467
Blue Way Trailways Inc Common Carrier Application 21 M C C 421
481
Wallace R R Common Carrier Application 307
487
MeMaken Common Carrier Application 33 M C C 527 55
569
Detroit Delivery Inc Common Carrier Application 700
574
Miller Co Common Carrier Application 42 M C C 709 760
577
Erie R Co ExtensionGoshen N Y 31 M C C 870
579
Boots Shoes and Paints in New England 43 M C C 627 683
581
Mitchell Coal Coke Co v Pennsylvania R Co 230 U 8 247 342
585
Newkirk Russell Christian Contract Carrier Application 85
599
CalgarySpokane Exp Common Carrier Application 29 M C C 746
607
Bootsand Shoes from New England Points to New York
627
National Trucking Co Inc Common Carrier Application 42 M C C 829 489
628
Exceptions Ratings Rates to or from Kansas or Missouri Points 161
655
William Schafer Son Inc Aero Mayflower Transit Co 0
657
PaperBetween Boston Mass and Points in Massachusetts and Rhode
661
Federal Glass Co o Cleveland Columbus Cincinnati Highway Inc 721
673
United Van Service Common Carriers Application 3 M C C 589
675
Lake Shore Motor Transit Lines John Giaras d b a Bendix Products
685
Filing of Contracts and Schedules United Parcel Service of Pennsylvania
689
Liberty Trucking Co Extension of OperationsNorthSouth Routes 740
707
Carolina Freight Carriers Corp Com Car Application 24 M C C 305 221
719
Carroll Contract Carrier Application 1 M C C 788 565
753
Line Material Co v Hinchcliff d b a Hinchcliff Motor Service 323
755
Brandt Corp v Hayes Freight Lines Inc
778
Fitterling Transp Co Inc Extension of OperationsDetroitElkhart 581
781
Cases disposed of without printed report with table
801
Brown Carryall Co Common Carrier Application 79
867
Loraine Transfer Co Inc Common Carrier Application 569
962
Cases reported in Interstate Commerce Commission Reports
977
Freight Consolidators Definition 527
980
A Conklin Truck Line Inc Schaefer Inc Formerly Harold L
989
Campbell SixtySix Exp Inc o Frisco Transp Co 641
1001

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Page 447 - common carrier by motor vehicle" means any person which holds itself out to the general public to engage in the transportation by motor...
Page 453 - District I" comprises the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, and the District of Columbia; (c) "Districts II-IV" means all of the States of the United States except those States within District I and District V; (d) "Districts I-IV...
Page 333 - ... shall be just and reasonable, and every unjust and unreasonable charge is prohibited and declared to be unlawful...
Page 433 - motor vehicle" means any vehicle, machine, tractor, trailer, or semitrailer propelled or drawn by mechanical power and used upon the highways in the transportation of passengers or property, or any combination thereof...
Page ix - No certificate or permit shall be issued to a motor carrier or remain in force, unless such carrier complies with such reasonable rules and regulations as the Commission shall prescribe governing the filing and approval of surety bonds, policies of insurance, qualifications as a self-insurer or other securities or agreements, in such reasonable...
Page 436 - Act — (1) no person, or any person controlling, controlled by, or under common control with such person, shall hold a certificate as a common carrier...
Page 531 - ... which contemporaneously apply with respect to the employment or utilization of the same instrumentalities or services, if such difference is justified by a difference in the respective conditions under which such instrumentalities or services are employed or utilized. For the purposes of this section (1) the term "assembling rates or charges...
Page 415 - Provided, however, that no terms, conditions or limitations shall restrict the right of the carrier to substitute or add contracts within the scope of the permit, or to add to his or its equipment and facilities, within the scope of the permit, as the development of the business and the demands of the public may require.
Page 557 - ... any person controlling, controlled by, or under common control with such person, to engage in service subject to this part...
Page 642 - Approved operations are those which are auxiliary or supplementary to train service. Except as hereinafter indicated, nonapproved operations are those which otherwise compete with the railroad itself, those which compete with an established motor carrier, or which invade to a substantial degree a territory already adequately served by another rail carrier. "Approved operations are best illustrated by the substitution of trucks for peddler or way-freight service in what is commonly called 'station-to-station

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