List of References on Federal Control of Commerce and Corporations, Parte 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1913 - 164 páginas
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Página 110 - Fire insurance coSperative, but not a trust: Its relation to the community, by EC Irwin; Elements of the trust problem, by Jeremiah W. Jenks; Federal and state regulation of trusts, by Aaron Jones; The trust as a labor-saving machine in the development of a large programme, by Samuel M. Jones; New Jersey and trusts, by Edward Quinton Keasbey; Analysis of industrial statistics collected by the Civic federation of Chicago, by David Kinley; Equality of rights in transportation agencies, by Martin A....
Página 52 - The heart of the railroad problem. The history of railway discrimination in the United States, the chief efforts at control and the remedies proposed, with hints from other countries.
Página 21 - An Act requiring common carriers engaged in interstate commerce to make full reports of all accidents to the Interstate Commerce Commission," approved March third, nineteen hundred and one, is hereby repealed.
Página 78 - This work will fill a general demand of the profession for a comprehensive and reliable work covering its subject. It deals with the subject from a broader standpoint than that of the Interstate Commerce Act alone. The authors consider the common law rules, the state statutory regulations, the Interstate Commerce Act, the decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission, and the decisions of the state and federal courts. The present general demand for such a work is due to the Interstate Act Amendments...
Página 44 - This work contains the substance of a course of lectures delivered in May, 1907, at the Boston university School of law. It is, to some extent, supplementary to a previous work on 'Restrictive railway legislation,' as it describes the development of such legislation since the passage of the act to regulate interstate commerce.
Página 92 - An Act to regulate commerce, approved February fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, and all Acts amendatory thereof, and...
Página 16 - THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE ACT AND FEDERAL ANTI-TRUST LAWS, INCLUDING THE SHERMAN ACT; THE ACT CREATING THE BUREAU OF CORPORATIONS; THE ELKINS ACT; THE ACT TO EXPEDITE SUITS IN THE FEDERAL COURTS...
Página 5 - L.) The plain facts as to the trusts and the tariff, with chapters on the railroad problem and municipal monopolies.
Página 99 - Through government ownership $600,000,000 annually will be saved to the people, and to this form of ownership "no possible constitutional or legal objection can be stated.
Página 44 - ... and that he began with a strong bias in favor of state intervention in industry. His volume certainly handles a great amount of material novel to the American public in a vigorous and suggestive way. It will repay a careful reading. Mr. Haines's work on restrictive railway legislation contains the substance of a course of lectures delivered at the Boston University School of Law, "the purpose being to present the manner in which legislation and judicial decisions have affected the operations...

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