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Judicial control of the Federal Trade Commission and the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1920-1930 : a comparative study in the relations of courts to administrative commissions.

Author: Carl McFarland; United States. Federal Trade Commission.; United States. Interstate Commerce Commission.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1933.
Series: Harvard studies in administrative law, v. 5.
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McFarland, Carl, 1904-1979.
Judicial control of the Federal Trade Commission and the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1920-1930.
Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Press, 1933
(OCoLC)743243498
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carl McFarland; United States. Federal Trade Commission.; United States. Interstate Commerce Commission.
OCLC Number: 2063937
Description: vii, 214 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: POLICY AND DOCTRINE --
SEPARATION AND DELEGATION OF POWERS --
OTHER DOCTRINES AND CONSIDERATIONS --
Judicial Supremacy --
Protection of Private Rights --
Interpretation of Statutory Authority --
The Nature of the Statutes --
Administrative Authority --
DIVISION OF FUNCTIONS --
Legislative and Judicial --
Law and Fact --
THE EVIDENCE --
THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION IN THE COURTS --
POLITICAL AND LEGISLATIVE HISTORY --
THE STATUTES --
Statutory Provisions --
THE COURSE FF JUDICIAL CONTROL 1919-1920: The Gratz Case --
1920-1921: Proceedings to Restrain Investigations --
1921-1922: Restricted Administration --
1922-1923: Administration Further Restricted --
1923-1924: The Public Interest Requirement --
1924-1925: Lull in Development --
1925-1926: Indifferent Success in Administration --
1926-1927: Regulation of Monopoly Denied --
the Clayton Act Ineffectual --
1927-1928: New Problems in Enforcement --
The Changed Function of the Commission --
1928-1929: False Advertising and Misbranding --
July 1, 1929-December 31 --
1930: Restriction of Administration Confirmed --
THE COMMISSION AS AN INVESTIGATIVE ARM OF CONGRESS --
THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION AND THE COURTS --
THE INITIAL PERIOD --
THE REVIVAL OF LEGISLATION AND BEGINNINGS OF EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION --
THE WAR AND FEDERAL CONTROL --
THE TRANSPORTATION ACT OF 1920 --
JUDICIAL CONTROL OF ADMINISTRATION 1920-1930 --
Statutory Provisions --
THE DECISIONS OF THE COURTS --
Reasonable Rates --
Divisions of Joint Rates --Discriminations in Rates in Interstate Commerce --Discriminations between State and Interstate Rates --
Discriminatory Charges --
Connections --
Services between Carriers --
Car Service --
Through Routes --
Abandonment --
Finance --
Consolidation of Carriers and Acquisition of Control --
Valuation and Reparation Orders --
Valuation --
Reparation Orders --
The Courts and the Commission since 1930 --
THE DIFFERENCES --
Common-Law Precedents --
The Technical Judicial Treatment --
The Evidence --
Policy --
THE EXPLANATION --
Personnel --
Procedure --
Opinions of the Commission --
The Explanation given by the Courts --
Doctrine --
Enforcement Procedure --
Legislative History: The Federal Trade Commission --
The Interstate Commerce Commission --
Delegation of Authority and Successful Administration.
Series Title: Harvard studies in administrative law, v. 5.

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