Annual Report

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Page 74 - B motor carrier of property, for hire, be and the same is hereby denied. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, That the...
Page 163 - The rate of depreciation should be fixed so as to distribute, as nearly as may be, evenly throughout the life of the depreciating property the burden of repairs and the cost of capital consumed in operations during a given month or year, and should be based upon the average life of the units comprised in the respective classes of property.
Page 268 - Before the Public Service Commission of the State of Missouri. Cases Nos. 492 to 505, inclusive. Moore, John M. , In the Supreme Court of the United States. J. Sam Rowland...
Page 92 - December 8th, 1873, on the following terms : $5,000, with interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum...
Page 3 - December of each year subsequent to the year nineteen hundred and twelve a report containing a full and complete account of its transactions and proceedings for the preceding fiscal year, together with such other facts, suggestions, and recommendations, as it may deem of value to the people of the State.
Page 28 - The law-making power may enlarge the powers and extend the duties of the Corporation Commission, and may prescribe rules and regulations to govern proceedings instituted by and before it ; but, until such rules and regulations are provided by law, the Commission may make rules and regulations to govern such proceedings.
Page 273 - In the matter of the application of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company (and others) . . . for increases in passenger, baggage and freight rates . . . Opinion and order (1915), 197 p., 8.
Page 108 - ... which said report is hereby referred to and made a part hereof.
Page 29 - Complaint may be made by the commission of its own motion or by any corporation or person, chamber of commerce, board of trade, or any civic, commercial, mercantile, traffic, agricultural or manufacturing association or organization or any body politic or municipal corporation...
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