Railroad and Telegraph and Telephone Lines in Alaska: Hearings Before the Committee on Territories, United States Senate, on Bills S. 6937 and S. 6980, February 10, 1905; Bill S. 191, January 27, 1906; Bill H.R. 18891, January 25, 1907, and Senate Document No. 167, Fifty-ninth Congress, First Session
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1907 - Railroads - 144 pages
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Page 134 - COMMERCE COMMISSION. Sec. 13. That all corporations organized under this act shall be subject to the provisions of the act entitled "An act to regulate commerce," approved February fourth, eighteen hundred and eightyseven, and all acts amendatory thereof. BOOKS AND
Page 137 - and duties now exercised by the chairman of said Commission and the Commissioner of Labor under the act entitled "An act concerning carriers engaged in interstate commerce and their employees," approved June first, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, are hereby transferred to, vested in, and required of the Interstate Commerce Commission. PENALTIES.
Page 132 - treasurer, secretary, and such other officers as the by-laws shall require. The by-laws of the company shall not be effective until approved by the Commission as in accordance with its rules. The ■Commission shall have authority to amend such rules from time to time as may. in its judgment, be required. The by-laws of the company shall
Page 138 - and comply with any of the requirements or observe any of the prohibitions in this act contained, shall be subject, upon conviction, to a fine of not less than dollars nor more than dollars, and each
Page 131 - the Commission for such purpose. The corporate existence shall commence with such day and hour, and such record and a duly certified copy thereof shall be prima facie evidence of such corporate existence. FINDING OF
Page 130 - perpetual. (b) To sue and be sued in its corporate name. (c) To issue bonds and capital stock as hereinafter provided.
Page 86 - I do not wish to take up too much of the time of the committee, but I
Page 134 - approved February fourth, eighteen hundred and eightyseven, and all acts amendatory thereof. BOOKS AND RECORDS.
Page 94 - the Secretary of the Interior, in a letter to the chairman of the subcommittee of the Committee on