Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Reports and Decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission of the United States, Volum 300

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Side 259 - (2) the need, in the public interest, of adequate and efficient railway transportation service at the lowest cost consistent with the furnishing of such service; and (3) the need of revenues sufficient to enable the carriers, under honest, economical, and efficient management, to provide such service. The national transportation policy
Side 3 - (2) to the need, in the public interest, of adequate and efficient railway transportation service at the lowest cost consistent with the furnishing of such service, and (3) to the need of revenues sufficient to enable the carriers, under honest, economical, and efficient management, to provide such service. The
Side 204 - cause any undue or unreasonable advantage, preference, or prejudice as between persons or localities in intrastate commerce, on the one hand, and interstate or foreign commerce, on the other, or any undue, unreasonable, or unjust discrimination against interstate or foreign commerce; and if so, what rates
Side 665 - the Supreme Court said: What the company is entitled to ask is a fair return upon the value of that which it employs for the public convenience. On the other hand, what the public is entitled to demand Is that no more be exacted from it for the use of a public highway than the services rendered by it are reasonably worth.
Side 671 - to be the policy of Congress to promote, encourage, and develop water transportation, service, and facilities in connection with the commerce of the United States, and to foster and preserve in full vigor both rail and water transportation. The
Side 678 - That nothing in this part [part I of the act] shall prevent the carriage, storage, or handling of property free or at reduced rates for the United States, State, or municipal governments, or for charitable purposes,
Side 633 - by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, the Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen, the Order of Railroad Telegraphers, the Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen of America, The Brotherhood of
Side 232 - their fair share of the revenues required by the respondents to enable them to render adequate and efficient railway transportation service at the lowest cost consistent with the furnishing of such service, thus
Side 215 - to maintain a national transportation system adequate to meet the needs of the commerce of the United States, the postal service, and the national defense. The
Side 665 - fair value" is the end product of the process of ratemaking not the starting point * * * The heart of the matter is that rates cannot be made to depend upon "fair value" when the value of the going enterprise depends on earnings under whatever rates may be anticipated.

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