Laws of Illinois Pertaining to the Jurisdiction of the Public Utilities Commission

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Accounts Uniform System of
13
Forms of Accounts
14
Audit and Inspection
15
Falsification or Destruction of Accounts
16
Right to Issue Stocks Bonds etc
17
Approval of Securities IssuesApplication of ProceedsIndeb tedness for a Year or LessFranchises not to be Capitalized
18
Consolidation and ReorganizationCapitalization
20
Penalty for Unlawfully Issuing Securities
21
Intercorporate RelationsApproval of Contracts and Leases
22
Transfer of Franchise or LicenseForeign CorporationsAppli cation of Law to
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Fees for Issuance of Stocks and Bonds
24
General Duties of Public Utilities
25
Filing Schedule of Rates
26
Publication and Posting of Schedules
27
No Service to be Rendered Until Schedules Filed
28
Charging More or Less Than Published Rate
29
Discrimination Forbidden
30
Long and Short HaulCommon Carriers Telephone Telegraph etc
31
Control Over Joint RatesHearings
32
Interstate Rates
33
Side Track ConnectionsJurisdiction Over
34
TracksPhysical Connections
35
FacilitiesPower of Commission to Require Adequate Facilities
36
Adequacy of Railroad ServiceHearing
37
Conditions in Contracts for ServiceForms of Express Receipts
38
Standards of Service
39
Report and Investigation of Accidents
40
Safety of Plant AppliancesRailroad Track etc
41
Eminent Domain
43
Investigations and Hearings
44
Right to Inspect Books and Property and Examine Agents of Public Utilities
45
ComplaintsNotice
46
HearingsOrdersRecordsCopies of Official Documents and Orders
47
Service of Orders
48
Action to Set Aside Orders of Commission
49
Appeals to Supreme Court from Circuit Court Judgments
51
Reparation for OverchargeInvestigation of Claims Against Utilities
52
Civil Damages
53
Penalty for Violation of Act or Orders by Public Utility or Other CorporationSeparate Offenses
54
Persons Violating Act or OrderPenalty
55
Acts RepealedTransfer and Continuation of Power of Rail road Commission
56
ConstitutionalityDivisability of Act
57
Term Public Utility Defined
58
Reservation to Take Over Rights in Grant
59
Expenses of Acquiring Public UtilitiesSpecial Assessments
60
Construction of Act
61
Form and Contents of Articles
62
Bylaws Recorded
63
Called Meetings
64
Payment of Subscriptions to Capital Stock
65
Liability of Executive etc
66
What Personal Property
68
Cumulative Voting
69
Shall Have Public OfficeBook With Transfers of Stock Regis tered TO 131 Fines for Failure to Comply
70
Railroad Consolidations 132 What Railroads May ConsolidateHow
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When Consolidation to Take Effect
72
Penalty
73
Right of Way Clear of Combustibles
74
Adjoining Owner May Build and Recover
75
Approaches at Crossings
76
Railroads Crossing Each Other on Same LevelRequirements
77
Penalty
78
Depots to be Kept Open
79
Time to Stop at Stations
80
Baggage Smashing
81
FlagmenShelter
82
Act Takes Effect
83
Contents of Package
84
Construction of Act
85
Penalty
94
Penalty
95
Redemption of Drawback Checks 237 Drawback ChecksRedemption of
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Accepting Provisions of ActTo Maintain Depot
97
Agreements Between Railroad Companies Ratified Approved and Confirmed
98
Ratifications of Consolidations and Mergers 247 Consolidation of Companies Ratified
99
Resolution of Acceptance
100
ScalesWeighingPenalties
101
Right to Change Consignment
102
Weighing Grain in Bulk by Railroad Company 257 Road Receiving Transportation Shall Furnish Suitable Appli ances for Weighing
103
Liability of Railroad Company for Neglect or FailurePro ceedings
104
Recreation Docks etc
105
Emergency XX Corporations for Union Depots 264 Who May Form CorporationWhat Articles to Contain
106
Articles of Association
107
Term and Election of Director
108
Malicious Mischief etc 271 Malicious Mischief to Railroads
109
Attempting Injury to Railroads
110
Railroads to Destroy Canada Thistles Ill 282 Theft of Railroad Ticket Ill 283 Removal of Journal Bearings etc Penalty Ill 283a Passes Ill 283b San Jo...
111
Cruelty to Animals by Railroads and Carriers
112
Copies of Act to be PostedPenalty
113
How Railroad Track Listed and Assessed
114
Railroad Returns to Auditor
115
Description of Platted Land
116
Skillet Fork Drainage DistrictAssessment of Railroad Prop erty
117
Plats 308 Plate of Highways etc to be Recorded
118
Street Railroads 309 Eminent Domain
119
Location of RoadNoticeDamages
120
Emergency
121
Right of WayHow Obtained
122
Use of Streets etc by Elevated Railroads 322 Petition of Land Owners
123
Uniform Bills of Lading Act 326 Bill of Lading Issued by Common Carrier
124
Negotiable Bills in DuplicateHow Indicated
125
When Carrier Delivers Goods to One Not Entitled Thereto
126
Liability for Duplicate Bill
127
Goods Attached by Garnishment or Levied Upon
128
How Negotiable Bill Negotiated by Any Person
129
Indorses Not Liable for Any Failure of Carrier or Previous Indorses
130
Where Seller Transmits Draft and BillWhat Buyer Justified in Assuming
131
Fraudulently Issuing Duplicate or Additional Negotiable Bill eicPenalty
132
Terms Defined
133
Perishable Property
134
How Compensation Made
135
Messages Sent in Order of ReceptionRevealing Contents Suppressing Message
136
Act as to Injuring Property Applies to Telephone Lines
137
Mortgage Executed by CompanyLienRecording
138
40r Poles Attached to BuildingNo Lapse of Time Raises Presump tion of Prescriptive Right
139
Capital Stock AssessedDistribution of ValueExtension of Tax
140
Penalty for Doing Business Without License 1
142
Manner of Issuing Receipts 1i 419 Cancelling Receipts
143
Not to Limit Liability
144
Duty of Chief Inspector H 427 Deputy Inspectors 14
145
Compensation for Inspectors 14
146
Tampering With Grain StoredPrivate BinsDrying Clean ing Moving 14
147
Examination of Grain and ScalesIncorrect Scales 14
148
CombinationWrongful Storage 14
149
Printed Copy of Act Posted
150
Committee on AppealsOathBondWho May Serve 15
151
Duties of 15i 457 Fees for Weighing I5 458 WeighMasterQualificationsBondCompensation
152
Terms and Conditions lj 464 NonNegotiable Receipt 15
153
When Justified in Delivering Goods
154
Where Receipt Lost or DestroyedProceedings in Court
155
Right and Title of Third Person no DefenseException
156
Lien of Warehouseman
157
Where Goods are of a Perishable Nature etc
158
After Goods Lawfully Sold to Satisfy LienWarehousemans Liability
159
Where Receipt Has Been Transferred What Acquired
160
Possession of Receipt Validates Subsequent Transfers
161
Delivering Goods Where Negotiable Receipt OutstandingPen alty
162
il9 Application of Act
163

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Side 163 - Negotiation defeats vendor's lien. — Where a negotiable receipt has been issued for goods, no seller's lien or right of stoppage in transitu...
Side 46 - ... but no person shall be prosecuted or subjected to any penalty or forfeiture for or on account of any transaction, matter or thing concerning which he may so testify or produce evidence, documentary or otherwise, and no testimony so given or produced shall be received against him upon any criminal investigation or proceeding.
Side 33 - Commission to charge less for longer than for shorter distances for the transportation of passengers or property; and the Commission may from time to time prescribe the extent to which such designated common carrier may be relieved from the operation of this section...
Side 132 - The validity of the negotiation of a receipt is not impaired by the fact that such negotiation was a breach of duty...
Side 160 - After the time for the payment of the claim specified in the notice to the depositor has elapsed, an advertisement of the sale, describing the goods to be sold, and stating the name of the owner or person on whose account the goods are held, and the time and place of the sale, shall be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper published in the place where such sale is to be held.
Side 9 - That the Commission hereby created shall have authority to inquire into the management of the business of all common carriers subject to the provisions of this act, and shall keep itself informed as to the manner and method in which the same is conducted...
Side 130 - ... which the marks or labels upon them indicate, or of the kind or quantity or in the condition they were said to be by the consignor. The carrier may also by inserting in the bill of lading the words " Shipper's weight, load, and count...
Side 83 - Every conductor, baggage master, engineer, brakeman, or other servant of any railroad corporation employed in a passenger train, or at stations for passengers, shall wear upon his hat...
Side 39 - Whenever the Commission, after a hearing had upon its own motion...
Side 129 - ... the goods, and the warehouseman has information of such claim, the warehouseman shall be excused from liability for refusing to deliver the goods, either to the depositor or person claiming under him or to the adverse claimant...

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