Hearings Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce of the House of Representatives on Bills to Amend the Interstate-commerce Act: House Report 4093, Amending the Interstate-commerce Act, The Antitrust Act, and Acts Supplementary Thereto
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1905 - Corporation Law - 758 pages
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But it would not suffice for them to say that they would consider nothing but a
single rate upon a single commodity from a single shipping place? Mr. BACON. If
the rates which were combined in the complaint had no bearing upon each other
You are the chairman of the executive committee of the so-called Interstate
Commerce Law Convention? Mr. BAcon. Yes, sir. Mr. MANN. Do you consider
yourself an expert on the subject of rate making? Mr. BAcon. I would not make
such a ...
They certainly can not be made at random, but I consider that a proper study of
the subject on the part of one who gives his attention to it, and particularly one
who is charged with the duty of regulation of railroad rates, will give him sufficient
You saw that statement in the November issue of “Freight,” and in the December
issue of “Freight o' you wrote a letter telling “Freight” what a valuable publication
it was, but did not consider it necessary to refute that statement? Mr. BAcon.
Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Mr. BACON.
Yes. Mr. MANN. Was that showing that we did not wish to consider any
proposition of this sort? r. BAcon. We have given the committee great credit for
the prompt ...
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