Annual Report, Volum 1

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Ben C. Jones & Company, 1892
 

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Side xvi - adopt rules to govern its proceedings and to regulate the mode and manner of all investigations and hearings of railroad companies and other parties before it in the establishment of rates, orders, charges and other acts required of it.'
Side xxxiii - That no citizen of this State shall be deprived of life, liberty, property, privileges, or immunities, or in any manner disfranchised, except by the due course of the law of the land.
Side 161 - cause them to be properly filled out so as to answer fully and correctly each question therein propounded, and in case they are unable to answer any question,
Side xxxiii - No person's property shall be taken, damaged, or destroyed, or applied to public use, without adequate compensation being made, unless by the consent of such person.
Side 124 - Columns headed No. 1 contain rates to apply on shipments transported over a single line of railroad or over two or more lines of railroad which are under the same management and control. Columns headed No. 2 contain rates to apply on shipments transported over two or more lines of railroad which are not under the same management and control.
Side 49 - Columns headed No. 1 contain rates to apply on shipments transported over a single line of railroad, or over two or more lines of railroad which are under the same management and control. Columns headed No. 2 contain rates to apply on shipments transported over two or more lines of railroad which are not under the same management and control.
Side xiii - No carrier has any ground for just complaint if its published rates are reduced by the public authorities to the standard of the average it accepts, when by direct violation of law, or by devices that are intended to evade its provisions, the published rates are departed from. Its own conduct in such
Side xxxi - obnoxious and baneful; for if any return was to be made or was expected of public officers, it was of something which was not theirs .to give, but which belonged to the public or to constituents. A ticket entitling one to free passage by rail was often more effective in
Side xxxiii - no man or set of men is entitled to exclusive separate public emoluments or privileges but in consideration of public services.
Side xvii - the same by placing his file mark thereon, with the proper number, and enter the same on the docket. 4. Before causing notice to be issued to the party complained of, as provided in Section

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