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Carriers engaged in interstate commerce.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Labor

Carriers engaged in interstate commerce.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Labor

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interstate commerce,
  • Industrial relations,
  • Postal service -- Employees

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesArbitration between carriers engaged in interstate commerce and their employees
    SeriesH.rp.1754
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination7 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16030901M

    Authority of certificate granted by Interstate Commerce Commission or other regulatory body to common carriers by motor vehicle or water to operate as such. Class 1 Motor Carriers Common or contract motor carrier having average gross operating revenues (including interstate and intrastate), of $1,, or over annually from motor carrier. Interstate operating authority is the legal right to operate a commercial vehicle in the United States to transport or arrange goods or passengers for compensation across state lines or national tate operating authority is administered by the FMCSA and is generally referred to as a MC Number, but can consist of a "MC," "FF," or "MX" number, depending on the type of authority that.

    Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Amendment to Interstate Commerce Act (transportation of blind persons): hearings before a subcommittee on the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Sixty-ninth Congress, second session, on S. , an act to authorize common carriers engaged in interstate commerce. Hearing before the Committee on interstate commerce, United States Senate, Seventieth Congress, second session, on S.J. Res. 67, a joint resolution directing the Interstate commerce commission to take action relative to adjustment of freight rates upon export grain and grain products moved by common carriers subject to the Interstate commerce.

    INTERSTATE COMMERCE Interstate commerce is the transportation of products and services from one state to geographic points in other states. This involves the transportation of goods and services across state lines, creating a dependency on transportation modes and making the process subject to state laws regarding the transportation of goods. Prescribed under the act of March 4, , binding upon all common carriers engaged in interstate or foreign commerce, and upon all shippers making shipments via such carriers by land. Rev. effective January 1, by United States. Interstate Commerce Commission.


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Carriers engaged in interstate commerce by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Labor Download PDF EPUB FB2

Functions: Regulates carriers engaged in transportation in interstate commerce and in foreign commerce within the United States. Finding Aids: Forrest R. Holdcamper, Leo Pascal, and Charlotte M. Ashby, comps., "Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Interstate Commerce Commission," NC 59 (May ).

The provisions of the interstate commerce act have no application to the transportation of passengers or property, or to the receiving, delivering, storing, or handling of property wholly within one state, and not shipped to a foreign country from any state or territory, or from a foreign country to any state of territory; but they are declared to be applicable to carriers engaged in the.

The Interstate Commerce Commission regulated the economics and services of specified carriers engaged in transportation between states from to State regulation of carriers engaged in interstate commerce --Validity and scope of the Act to regulate commerce --All charges for services rendered by common Carriers engaged in interstate commerce.

book in the transportation of persons or property or in connection therewith must be just and reasonable --Equality in rates --Enforcement by the Commission of the Act to regulate. (2) The Interstate Commerce Commission held that transportation confined to points in a single State from a storage terminal of commodities which have had a prior movement by rail, pipeline, motor, or water from an origin in a different State is not in interstate or foreign commerce within the meaning of part II of the Interstate Commerce Act.

Page - State is in fact of such nature, character, or quantity as not substantially to affect or impair uniform regulation by the Commission of transportation by motor carriers engaged in interstate or foreign commerce in effectuating the national transportation policy declared in this Act.

Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Motor carrier cases, Volume 42 Page 90 - That the provisions of this act shall apply to any common carrier or carriers engaged in the transportation of passengers or property wholly by railroad, or if engaged in furnishing seasonal service only.

regulations are interstate commerce and for-hire transportation. Interstate Commerce. Title 49 section of the United States Code provides for Federal jurisdiction over motor carriers engaged in interstate commerce. A passenger carrier is in interstate commerce when it transports passengers: • Across state lines – from one state to.

(1)(a) All owners and drivers of commercial motor vehicles that are operated on the public highways of this state while engaged in interstate commerce are subject to the rules and regulations contained in 49 C.F.R. parts, and U.S.

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. NEW JERSEY AVENUE, SE. WASHINGTON, DC The parts, subparts, and sections of Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations listed below, or any other parts, subparts, and sections referred to by such parts, subparts, and sections, are adopted as part of Nebraska law and, shall be applicable to all motor carriers whether engaged in interstate or intrastate commerce, drivers of such.

Regulations For The Transportation Of Explosives And Other Dangerous Articles By Freight And Express And As Baggage Including Specifications For Shipping Containers. Prescribed Under The Act Of March 4,Binding Upon All Common Carriers Engaged In Interstate Or Foreign Commerce, And Upon All Shippers Making Shipments Via Such Carriers By Land.

Rev. Effective January 1, Author: United States. Interstate Commerce Commission. Certificates of registration for intrastate motor carriers engaged in interstate and foreign commerce: hearings before the Subcommittee on Surface Transportation of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, United States Senate, Eighty-sixth Congress, first session on S.a bill to repeal the provisions of part II of the Interstate commerce act which authorized certain operations.

An act addressed to all common carriers engaged in interstate commerce, and imposing a liability upon them in favor of any of their employees, without qualification or restriction as to the nature of the business at the time of the injury, of necessity includes subjects wholly outside of the power of Congress under the commerce clause of the.

Interstate commerce legislation; Contributor Names James, Francis Bacon, Clark, Edgar E. (Edgar Erastus), Book/Printed Material An Act Requiring common carriers engaged in interstate and foreign commerce to make full reports of.

An act to amend section of the Interstate Commerce Act, relating to joint boards 63 STAT.] 81ST CONG., 1ST SESS.-CH. J [CHAPTER ] AN ACT To amend sectjn of the Interstate Commerce Act, relating to joint boards. Be it enacted by the.

24c TRANSPORTATION IN INTERSTATE OR FOREIGN COMMERCE: SECTION 13(b)(1) 24c00 Interstate transportation under the Motor Carrier Act. 24c01 Transportation in foreign commerce or within a territory or possession.

24c02 Processing or packaging in. The Interstate Commerce Act and federal anti-trust laws, including the Sherman Act, the Act creating the Bureau of Corporations; the Elkins Act; the Act to expedite suits in the Federal Courts; Acts relating to telegraph, military, and post roads; Acts affecting equipment of cars and locomotives of carriers engaged in interstate commerce, with all amendments, with comments and authorities.

Interstate Carriers The following vehicles, when operated by motor carriers engaged in interstate commerce, are required to have annual inspections: • Vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating or gross combination weight rating, or gross vehicle weight or gross combination weight, whichever is greater, o pounds.

In circumstances where a motor carrier is engaged in both interstate and intrastate commerce, it shall nevertheless be subject to all the provisions of this part [i.e., Ti Chapter 1. It was not disputed at the bar, nor indeed can it be successfully denied, that the prohibition of unjust charges, discriminations, or preferences by carriers engaged in interstate commerce, in respect to property or persons transported from one state to another, is a proper regulation of interstate commerce, or that the object that Congress has.The Motor Carrier Act ofapproved August 9,now cited as Part II of the Interstate Commerce Act, vests in the Commission the regulation, to the extent provided by the act, of the transportation of passengers and property by motor carriers engaged in interstate or foreign commerce, of the procurement thereof, and of the provision of.

(a) Except for non-covered businesses as defined in and as provided for in paragraph (b) of this section, the requirements of this subpart apply to shippers, receivers, loaders, and carriers engaged in transportation operations whether or not the food is being offered for or enters interstate commerce.