Investigation of Economic Problems: Hearings Before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, Seventy-second Congress, Second Session, Pursuant of S. Res. 315, Authorizing and Directing the Finance Committee to Make an Investigation and Study of the Present Economic Problems of the United States with a View to Securing Constructive Suggestions with Respect to the Solution of Such Problems ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1933 - United States - 1239 pages

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Page 484 - ... rates, fares, or charges will go into effect; and the proposed changes shall be shown by printing new schedules, or shall be plainly indicated upon the schedules in force at the time and kept open to public inspection...
Page 499 - ... the Commission may make such order with reference thereto as would be proper in a proceeding initiated after it had become effective.
Page 484 - Any common carrier subject to the provisions of this Act receiving freight in the United States to be carried through a foreign country to any place in the United States shall also in like manner print and keep open to public inspection, at every depot or office where such freight is received for shipment, schedules showing the through rates established and charged by such common carrier to all points in the United States beyond the foreign country to which it accepts freight for shipment...
Page 500 - Provided, That the Commission may, in its discretion and for good cause shown, allow changes upon less than the notice herein specified, or modify the requirements of this section in respect to publishing, posting, and filing of tariffs, either in particular instances or by a general order applicable to special or peculiar circumstances or conditions.
Page 501 - The Board shall at all times have access to all lands, buildings, and equipment of any carrier and to all accounts, records, and memoranda, including all documents, papers, and correspondence, now or hereafter existing, and kept or required to be kept by air carriers...
Page 483 - ... state separately all terminal charges, storage charges, icing charges, and all other charges which the Commission may require, all privileges or facilities granted or allowed and any rules or regulations which in anywise change, affect, or determine any part or the aggregate of such aforesaid rates, fares and charges, or the value of the service rendered to the passenger, shipper, or consignee.
Page 496 - Section 210a, no person shall engage in the business of a contract carrier by motor vehicle in interstate or foreign commerce on any public highway or within any reservation under the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States unless there is in force with respect to such carrier a permit issued by the Commission...
Page 484 - ... established and charged by such common carrier to all points in the United States beyond the foreign country to which it accepts freight for shipment ; and any freight shipped from the United States through a foreign country into the United States, the through rate on which shall not have been made public as required by this act, shall, before it is admitted into the United States from said foreign country, be subject to customs duties, as if said freight were of foreign production ; and any...
Page 496 - ... (b) A common carrier by motor vehicle operating under any such certificate may occasionally deviate from the route over which, and/or the fixed termini between which, it is authorized to operate under the certificate, under such general or special rules and regulations as the Commission may prescribe.
Page 499 - ... pending such hearing and the decision thereon the Commission, upon filing with such schedule and delivering to the carrier or carriers affected thereby a statement in writing of its reasons for such suspension, may suspend the operation of such schedule...

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