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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... two endeavoring to secure legislation , owing to the discrimination between
rates on wheat and flour . Mr. BURKE . What connection had you with that
association ? Mr. Bacon . I had no connection with that association ; but after
working for a ...
One of the principal objects of this bill is to prevent discrimination between those
several points that come into competition for business and to establish the proper
relations between roads to and from competitive points. The CHAIRMAN.
is that no one else shall have a lower rate than they have and that other places
with which they have to compete shall have no discrimination in their favor
against them; but the public is concerned in the rate itself. Everything that is
Have we not legislation with regard to discriminations, prohibiting discriminations
as to commodities? Mr. Bacon. There are no penalties. The CHAIRMAN. There
are no penalties? Mr. BAcon. No, sir. The CHAIRMAN. A discrimination either ...
Numerous other decisions of the Commission involved the reasonableness of
rates considered collaterally with unjust discrimination , undue preference , and
violations of the long and short haul section . Edw . A. MOSELEY , Secretary .
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