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" It must be remembered that railroads are the private property of their owners; that while from the public character of the work in which they are engaged the public has the power to prescribe rules for securing faithful and efficient 'service and equality... "
Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Reports and Decisions of the ... - Page 132
by United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - 1958
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 76

Law reports, digests, etc - 1910
...Commerce Commission, said with great wisdom and emphasis, speaking through the late Mr. Justice Brewer: "It must be remembered that railroads are the private...the public a general manager." Interstate Commerce Comm. v. Chicago, etc., Ry. Co., 209 US 108, 118, 119, 28 Sup. Ct. 493, 496, 52 L. Eel. 705. See, also,...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 137

Law reports, digests, etc - 1911
...Court, in Interstate Commerce Commission v. Railroad, 209 US 108, 28 Sup. Ct. 493, 52 Lu Ed. 705 : "While, from the public character of the work in which...no proper sense is the public a general manager." When we concede the fact that the public service corporation, such as a railroad, is engaged in a legitimate...
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Reports of Cases Heard and Determined in the Appellate Division ..., Volume 134

New York (State). Supreme Court. Appellate Division - Law reports, digests, etc - 1910
...BREWER, for a unanimous court, in Interstate Commerce Comm. v. Chicago GW Ry. (209 US 108, 1 IS) : " It must be remembered that railroads are the private...no proper sense is the public a general manager." The Commission stands in the place neither of the owner of the property nor of the Legislature, but...
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Pamphlets on Railroads

Joseph Nimmo (Jr.) - 1899
...the Interstate Commerce Commission. In this opinion rendered March 23, 1908, the Supreme Court said : "It must be remembered that railroads are the private...between shippers and communities, yet, in no proper ,<ense, is the public a general manager." 2. THE PRESIDENT'S POLICY INVOLVES BUREAUCRATIC GOVERNMENT....
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Government by Law Or by Commission?: Shall the Discretionary Power to ...

Joseph Nimmo - Railroads and state - 1908 - 21 pages
...the Interstate Commerce Commission. In this opinion rendered March 23, 1908, the Supreme Court said : "It must be remembered that railroads are the private...no proper sense, is the public a general manager." 2. THE PRESIDENT'S POLICY INVOLVES BUREAUCRATIC GOVERNMENT. — This was clearly stated at the hearings,...
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Federal Regulation of Industry

American Academy of Political and Social Science - Industrial policy - 1908 - 263 pages
...fortnight ago, in the case of Interstate Commerce Commission v. Chicago and Great Western Railway, said : It must be remembered that railroads are the private...in no proper sense is the public a general manager. As said in Int. Com. Com. \. Ala. Mid. RR Co., 168 US 144, 172, quoting from the opinion of Circuit...
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Hearings Before the Committee ...[March 20, 25, April 14, 24, 1908] on H. R ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Bills of lading - 1908
...case of the Interstate Commerce Commission v. Chicago GW Ry. (209 US, 118), in which the court said: It must be remembered that railroads are the private...in no proper sense is the public a general manager. The court proceeds to quote with approval the decision of Circuit Judge Jackson in the case of the...
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Supreme Court Reporter, Volume 28

United States. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1908
...Commission after its inquiry into the controversy between the livestock exchange and the railroad companies. It must be remembered that railroads are the private...equality •> between shippers and communities, yet, in* nc* proper sense, is the public a general manager. As said in Interstate Commerce Commission v. Alabama...
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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 32

American Academy of Political and Social Science - Electronic journals - 1908
...fortnight ago, in the case of Interstate Commerce Commission v. Chicago and Great Western Railway, said : It must be remembered that railroads are the private...power to prescribe rules for securing faithful and efficlent service and equality between shippers and communities, yet in no proper sense is the public...
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United States Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1908
...Supreme Court. The syllabus is as follows: Railroads are the private property of their owners, and while the public has the power to prescribe rules for securing...service and equality between shippers and communities, the public is in no proper sense a general manager. The companies may, subject to change of rates provided...
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