Acts Amending the Public Service Company Law: Amendatory Acts Approved June 5, 1917, in Re to Fees ; July 17, 1917, in Re to Appeals ; July 17, 1917, in Re to Highways and Grade Crossings

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J.L.L. Kuhn, Printer to the Commonwealth, 1917 - Public utilities - 16 pages
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Page 13 - The commission shall also have exclusive power, upon its own motion or upon complaint, and after hearing as hereinafter provided (of which all the parties in interest, including the owners of adjacent property, shall have due notice), to order any crossing aforesaid, now existing or hereafter constructed at grade, or at the same or different levels, to be relocated or altered, or to be abolished, according to plans and specifications to be approved, and upon just and reasonable terms and conditions...
Page 3 - Each commission shall charge and collect the following fees: For copies of papers and records not required to be certified or otherwise authenticated by the commission, ten cents for each folio; for certified copies of official documents and orders filed in its office, fifteen cents for each folio, and one dollar for every certificate under seal affixed thereto; for...
Page 14 - ... compensation for damages which the owners of adjacent property, taken, injured, or destroyed, may sustain in the construction, relocation, alteration, or abolition of any such crossing specified in this section...
Page 3 - ... for certified copies of official documents and orders filed in its office, fifteen cents for each folio and one dollar for every certificate under seal affixed thereto; for certifying a copy of any report made by...
Page 6 - ... provided, the record of the said proceedings which record shall include the testimony taken therein the findings of fact if any, of the Commission based upon such testimony a copy of all orders made by the Commission in said proceedings and a copy of the opinion if any filed by the Commission, The cost of preparing and certifying such record shall be paid to the Commission by the appellant or appellants and taxed as part of the costs in the case to be paid as directed by the court upon the final...
Page 4 - Board, fifteen cents for each folio. No fees shall be charged or collected for copies of papers, records or official documents furnished to public officers for use in their official capacity, or for the annual reports of the Commission in the ordinary course of distribution. All fees charged and collected by the Commission shall be paid...
Page 7 - Such appeal shall be taken and prosecuted in the same manner and form and with the same effect as is provided in other cases of appeal to the Supreme Court, and the record so certified shall contain all that was before the lower court.
Page 10 - ... the expense of the said construction, relocation, alteration, or abolition of any such crossing, shall be borne and paid, as hereinafter provided, by the public service company or companies or municipal corporations concerned, or by the Commonwealth, either severally or in such proper proportions as the commission may, after due notice and hearing in due course, determine, unless the said proportions are mutually agreed upon and paid by those interested as aforesaid.
Page 12 - Commission, the amount which may be justly due him under the terms of his said contract with the Commission ; and any amount so determined to be paid the said contractor by the Commonwealth, as well as the amount of damages or compensation determined and awarded to be paid the owners of adjacent property, as aforesaid, shall in each instance be paid by the State Treasurer, on a warrant drawn by the Auditor General, upon the presentation to that officer of a statement setting...
Page 7 - ... court in the same manner and form and with the same effect as in appeals from a final judgment or decree in a [special proceeding].

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