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The Interstate commerce commission; a study in administration law and procedure,

Author: I Leo Sharfman; Commonwealth Fund. Legal Research Committee.
Publisher: New York, The Commonwealth fund, 1931-37.
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Sharfman, I. Leo (Isaiah Leo), 1886-1969.
Interstate commerce commission.
New York, The Commonwealth fund, 1931-37
(OCoLC)568715979
Online version:
Sharfman, I. Leo (Isaiah Leo), 1886-1969.
Interstate commerce commission.
New York, The Commonwealth fund, 1931-37
(OCoLC)607779038
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: I Leo Sharfman; Commonwealth Fund. Legal Research Committee.
OCLC Number: 1489878
Notes: This study has been conducted under the auspices of the Legal research committee of the Commonwealth fund. cf. Foreword.
Imprint varies : pt. 1-2, New York, The Commonwealth fund, 1931.-- pt. 3, v. A-B.--pt. 4, New York, The Commonwealth fund; London, H. Milford, Oxford university press, 1935-36.
"Table of cases" included in each volume.
"Consolidated table of cases": v. 4, [425]-550.
Description: 4 v. in 5. 24cm.
Contents: Introduction --
The Legislative Basis of the Commssion's Authority --
The Evoltuion of the Act to Regulate Commerce to 1910 --
Some Outstanding Defects of teh Legislative Structure --
Further Legislative Developments Prior to the War Period --
The War Experience and its Significance --
The Transporation Act of 1920 --
The Development of Safety Legislation --
Legislative Policy and its Administrative Enforcement --
The Scope of the Commission's Jurisdiction --
Railroad Regulation and teh Control of the Allied Utilities --
The Assertion of Power Over Intrastate Commerce --
The Excercise of Administrative Discretion --
The Character of the Commission's Activities --
The Extent and Diversity of teh Commission's Tasks --
The valuation Project --
Control of Organization and Finance --
Rate Regulation: The Rate Level --
Rate Regulation: The Rate Structure --
The Commission's Organization and Procedure --
The Mechanism of Administration --
The Procedural Process --
The Pressure of the Administrative Burden --
Conclusion
Responsibility: by I. L. Sharfman.

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