Annual Report

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Page 43 - A common carrier must, if able to do so, accept and carry whatever is offered to him, at a reasonable time and place, of a kind that he undertakes or is accustomed to carry.
Page 11 - Passenger traffic : Number of passengers carried earning revenue Number of passengers carried one mile Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road — Average distance carried— miles Total passenger revenue Average amount received from each passenger Average receipts per passenger per mile Total passenger earnings Passenger earnings per mile of road...
Page 11 - Freight Traffic. Number of Tons Carried of Freight Earning Revenue Number of Tons Carried One Mile.. Number of Tons Carried One Mile per Mile of Road Average Distance Haul of One Ton, Miles Total Freight Revenue Average Amount Received for Each Ton of Freight Average Receipts per Ton per Mile.
Page 41 - It shall be unlawful for any common carrier, subject to the provisions of this act to make or give any preference or advantage to any particular person, company, firm, corporation or locality or any particular description of traffic. In any respect whatsoever...
Page 16 - railroad" as used in this act shall include all bridges and ferries used or operated in connection with any railroad and also all the road in use by any corporation, receiver trustee or other person operating a railroad whether owned or operated under contract, agreement, lease or otherwise, and the term "transportation...
Page 112 - Whenever any railway company doing business in this State shall be unable, from any reasonable cause, to furnish cars at any railway station or side track, in accordance with the demands made by all persons demanding cars at such stations or side tracks for the shipment of...
Page 15 - State in the transportation of passengers or property by railroad therein, and snall also be held to apply to shipments of property made from any point within the State to any point within the State, whether the transportation of the same shall be wholly within this State or partly within this and an adjoining State or States.
Page 40 - Every one who offers to the public to carry persons, property, or messages, excepting only telegraphic messages, is a common carrier of whatever he thus offers to carry.
Page 44 - States sitting in equity in the judicial district in which the common carrier complained of has its principal office, or in which the violation or disobedience of such order or requirement shall happen, alleging such violation or disobedience, as the case may be; and the said court shall have power to hear and determine the matter, on such short notice to the common carrier complained of as the court shall deem reasonable; and such notice may be...
Page 82 - July, 1919, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day.

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