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Page 6 - ... Its present owners, the people of the United States, and present it to the utilities interests. 4. May I commend this subcommittee for the work it is doing to awaken the public to the power policy proposals of the present Hoover Commission. The present Commission is pointing in the wrong direction for the good of the people and the welfare of our country in my humble yet well-considered judgment. Its direction is against flood control and conservation ; against an abundance of power to meet the...
Page 57 - To my mind, it would be suicidal to enlarge the func* See Proceedings of Second Convention League of American Municipalities, 1898, page 13. tions of municipalities without providing for the thorough application of the merit system in appointments, promotions and removals.
Page 20 - The carrier is not a corporation. Under an ordinance of the council of the city of New Orleans, La., approved August 11, 1900, a belt railroad board was created, with authority to acquire and operate, in the name of and for the benefit of the city of New Orleans and its citizens, a public belt railway to be located along the water front, from Protection levee to Press Street in the city of New Orleans. Under an ordinance approved October 8, 1904, a new commission, the Public Belt Railroad Commission...