Commission Leaflets: Recent Commission Orders, Rulings and Decisions from the Following States, Issues 31-34

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Nebraska In the Matter of the Application of Pierce Tele
55
New Jersey In re Certain Ordinances Presented for Approval
63
New York Park Central Presbyterian Society of Syracuse v
71
Macon Railway Light Co In re Rate Increase Com Leaf No
73
Oregon In the Matter of the Standards of Maintenance
87
South Carolina In the Matter of Agreement Dated March 31 1914
95
HumboldtHartmanWellington Telephone Co In re Investigation
101
Wisconsin In the Matter of the Proposed Extension of
130
Wisconsin In re Application of the Badger State Telephone
139
Nova Scotia In the Matter of an Application by the Maritime
192
Central New York Telephone Telegraph Co v Averill et al
199
Pacific Gas Electric Co In re Issue of Collateral Trust Notes
218
New Jersey In the Matter of the Complaint of the Inhabitants
220
New York Edison Co C Perceval Incorporated v Case No 1729
231
French A W v Miami Valley Gas Fuel Co P S C No 558
244
Pennsylvania In re Petition of Schuylkill Light Heat and Power
260
Reedley Telephone Co v L 0 Clough J E Anderson G
267
California In the Matter of the Application of the South
270
Lake Butler Telephone Co
272
Elkhart Independent Telephone Co In re Rate Changes No 2291
308
Illinois In the Matter of the Application of the Peoples
330
Chicago Telephone Co In re Rate Changes No 2335 Ill
331
Lawrence Telephone Co v Lincoln Tel Tel Co Formal Complaint
348
Chicago City of v Chicago Union Traction Co 199 Ill 259 65
350
Crossville Village of et al Commercial Tel Tel Co v No 2140
358
Fairview Telephone Co In re Rate Increase Docket No 785
379
Fry William v Berryton Tel Co Docket No 802 Kan
385
Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Co In re Reduction in Rates
388
Citizens Telephone Co et al John J Tweddle et al v T51 Mich
400
Mississippi In re Application of John L Smith for Permission
415
Hume Telephone Co In re Investigation and Suspension of Rates
417
Enterprise Telephone Co v Southwestern Tel Tel Co Case
430
Valley Independent Phone Line v Crawford Tel Co Formal Com
433
NEW HAMPSHIRE
460
New Hampshire Petition of Canaan Peoples Telephone Company
470
New York Telephone Co Village of Jordan v Case No 3754
479
New York Telephone Co Webster Grange No 436 et al v Case
490
Ohio In the Matter of the Application of The Chester
495
Newberg Telephone Co In re Rate Increase No UF80 Ore
496
Pacific Telephone Telegraph Co Pass Creek Rural Tel Co v
499
Bell Telephone Co Spring Brook Lumber Co v No 1039 Pa
503
Darlington City of and Southern Bell Tel Tel Co In re Rate
505
Farmers Mutual Telephone Co In re Joint Toll Rates Complaint
510
Dell Rapids Telephone Co In re Increase in Switching Rates
514
Galloway A L v Yarnall and Bayless Com Leaf No 34 p 1058 1056
533
Wisconsin In the Matter of the Proposed Extensions of
536
West Jersey Toll Line Co v Patrons Telephone Co N J 63
549
Interstate Regulations to Govern the Recording and Report
554
Antioch Town of v Pacific Gas Electric Co Decision No 1655
558
Massachusetts Petition of the Haverhill Gas Light Company
563
Lebanon Electric Light Power Co In re Sale of Property File
580
Hill et al v Antigo Water Co 3 W R C R 623 652
623
Laconia Gas Electric Co Petition of 4 N H P S C R 52
637
Madison Gas Electric Co State Journal Printing Co v 4 W
649
Western Union Telegraph Co Citizens of Florien v Order No 17419
713
Galle J W et al Reedley Tel Co v Decision No 1612 Cal
725
Farmers Mutual Telephone Co of Sandwich In re Rate Changes
731
Lerna Mutual Telephone Co In re Rate Changes No 657 Ill
734
Western Union Telegraph Co Quincy Chamber of Commerce v
747
Arkansas Valley Telephone Co In re Free Toll Service Docket
747
Hutsonville Telephone Co In re Rate Changes No 2259 Ill 302
748
Independent Telephone Co of Cestos W E Condreay et al v Order
797
Oregon In the Matter of the Application of the Home
800
In re Attachments Placed Upon Instruments File No 204
813
Nevada California Oregon Telegraph Telephone Co In re Bond
832
Coloma Telephone Co In re Rate Increase V321 Wis
834
Westford Telephone Co et al v Badger Tel Co U324 Wis
842
Bell Telephone Co of Canada In re Interchange of Service with
867
Ontario In the Matter of the Failure of the South Bruce
875
California City of Monterey v Coast Valleys Gas and Electric
885
Connecticut In the Matter of the Petition of John H McMur
905
San Diego Land Town Co v Jasper et al 110 Fed 702 189
919
Idaho In the Matter of the Application of the Camas
927
Iron County Central Railroad Co et al C H Casebolt v Case
929
H et al v New York Tel Co Case No 4028 N Y 790
944
Patrons Telephone Co In re Approval of Ordinances N J 63
948
NEW MEXICO
953
PART I
955
Dutton Phosphate Co v East Florida Tel Co File 3618A Fla 276
959
Columbus City of et al 1 Southern Bell Tel Tel Co File
970
Illinois In the Matter of the Application of the Byron
1004
Armington Citizens of v Eminence Mutual Tel Co and Baker
1018
Williamsville Sherman Telephone Co In re Abandonment of Sher
1021
Indiana In the Matter of the Authority of the Public
1025
In re Memorandum by Commission Relative to Furnishing Free
1030
Phillips 14 Allen 539
1031
Missouri Kansas Telephone Co Farmers Merchants Mutual
1032
Wisconsin Minnesota Pacific R R Co 179 U S 287
1040
Norwood Mutual Telephone Co et al 0 L Fulbright Manager
1050
Liggett Hume Tel Co v Com Leaf No 32 p 422 1056
1056
Bayless George and T B Yarnall A L Galloway v Case No 390
1058
Lincoln Telephone Telegraph Co Lawrence Tel Co v Formal
1063
Monroe Independent Telephone Co
1064
Jefferson County Telephone Co and New York Tel Co Residents
1074
Incorporated v New York Edison Co Case No 1729
1075
Jordan Residents near Village of v New York Tel Co Case
1088
Oklahoma Roger Mills Telephone Company v Hammon
1099
Pitcher Telephone Co In re Rate Changes No 2203 I11
1103
Virginia In the Matter of the Filing with the State Cor
1106
King O P v Hyde County Tel Co Complaint No F30F33
1108
T et al In re Certificate of Public Convenience and Neces
1110
Wisconsin In re Investigation on Motion of the Commission
1114
Grange Hall Farmers Telephone Co In re Extension of Lines
1133
Winter Frank v La Crosse Tel Co and Wisconsin Tel Co
1140
Interstate Conference Rulings Affecting Telephone and Tele
1150
Oakland City of In re Transfer of Franchise Decision No 1436
1152
California In the Matter of the Application of Pasadena
1154
Blatz W D and John C Wirth In re Petitions for Extension
1165
Pacific Idaho Northern Railway Co H H Abrams v Order
1169
Plainfield City of v Public Service Electric Co N J 220
1178
San Diego Land Town Co v City of National City et al 74
1192
Jasper et al San Diego Land Town Co v 110 Fed 702 189
1193
Pacific Gas Electric Co Town of Antioch v Decision No 1655
1197
Louisiana Railroad Commission v Cumberland Tel Tel Co 156
1200
Springs et al Manigault v 199 U S 473 350
1205
Massachusetts East Boston Petition Dated July 17 1914
1212
Nevada Railroad Commission 1 Bell Tel Co Nev 55
1244
New Hampshire Manchester Traction Light and Power Company
1248
Greenfield John E et al New England Tel Tel Co v Order
1256
Ohio In the Matter of the Appeal of the Bucyrus
1260
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Page 976 - ... of construction, the probable earning capacity of the property under particular rates prescribed by statute, and the sum required to meet operating expenses are all matters for consideration and are to be given such weight as may be just and right in each case. We do not say that there may not be other matters to be regarded in estimating the value of the property. What the company is entitled to ask is a fair return upon the value of that which it employs for the public convenience.
Page 975 - And, in order to ascertain that value, the original cost of construction, the amount expended in permanent improvements, the amount and market value of its bonds and stock, the present as compared with the original cost of construction, the probable earning capacity of the property under particular rates prescribed by statute, and the sum required to meet operating expenses, are all matters for consideration and are to be given such weight as may be just and right in each case. We do not say that...
Page 1199 - Before coming to the question of profit at all the company is entitled to earn a sufficient sum annually to provide not only for current repairs but for making good the depreciation and replacing the parts of the property when they come to the end of their life. The company is not bound to see its property gradually waste, without making provision out of earnings for its replacement. It is entitled to see that from earnings the value of the property invested is kept unimpaired, so that at the end...
Page 966 - That nothing in this Act shall prevent the carriage, storage, or handling of property free or at reduced rates for the United States, State, or municipal governments...
Page 672 - What the company is entitled to demand, in order that it may have just compensation, is a fair return upon the reasonable value of the property at the time it is being used for the public.
Page 963 - Soldiers, and of soldiers' and sailors' homes, including those about to enter and those returning home after discharge; to necessary caretakers of live stock, poultry, milk, and fruit; to employees on sleeping cars, express cars, and to linemen of telegraph and telephone companies; to Railway Mail Service employees, post-office inspectors, customs inspectors, and immigration inspectors; to newsboys on trains, baggage agents, witnesses attending any legal investigation in which the common carrier...
Page 1200 - It is entitled to see that from earnings the value of the property invested is kept unimpaired, so that at the end of any given term of years the original investment remains as it was at the beginning. It is not only the right of the company to make such a provision, but it is its duty to its bond and stockholders, and, in the case of a public service corporation at least, its plain duty to the public.
Page 696 - There is no particular rate of compensation which must, in all cases and in all parts of the country, be regarded as sufficient for capital invested in business enterprises. Such compensation must depend greatly upon circumstances and locality; among other things, the amount of risk in the business is a most important factor, as well as the locality where the business is conducted, and the rate expected and usually realized there upon investments of a somewhat similar nature with regard to the risk...
Page 1193 - The ascertainment of that value is not controlled by artificial rules. It is not a matter of formulas, but there must be a reasonable judgment, having its basis in a proper consideration of all relevant facts.
Page 419 - Commission shall have, and it is hereby given, authority, either upon complaint or upon its own initiative without complaint, at once, and if it so orders without answer or other formal pleading by the interested carrier or carriers, but upon reasonable notice...

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