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Classification of operating expenses as prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission
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4 Uniform System of Accounts Prescribed for Oil Pipeline Companies Subject to the Provisions of the Interstate Commerce Act. 3. Oil pipeline companies are required to submit depreciation information to the Commission pursuant to (b)(2) and (b)(3) of the General Instructions found at 18 CFR Part Section 2, act J , ch. , §2, 34 Stat. , prohibited introduction, shipment, delivery or sale of adulterated or misbranded foods or drugs in interstate or foreign commerce, provided penalty for violations and exempted exports conforming to specifications of foreign purchaser and not in conflict with laws of foreign country.
The Interstate Commerce Commission approved the stock sale to the railroads and also the execution by Pullman of agreements with each of the railroads utilizing its service in the form of a "Uniform Operating Contract," pursuant to which Pullman operated and serviced sleeping cars, received fares paid by Pullman patrons, and pooled and allocated revenues and expenses . (13)), the "classification of investment in road and equipment ofsteam roads, issue , Interstate Commerce Commission", is published and promulgated as a part of the accounting rules and regulations of the Com mission, and a copy thereof appears as part ofthis chapter. Irrespective any rules and regulations contained in this system of.
The classification is also assailed as arbitrary on the ground that section defining net income applies only to corporations required to keep records 'according to the standard classification of accounting of the Interstate Commerce Commission'; that there are in the state corporations which are not required by law to keep their accounts. The public utilities commission may prescribe such changes in the form in which schedules are issued by a railroad as are expedient. Such schedules, as far as practicable, shall conform to the forms prescribed by the interstate commerce commission. Effective Date: Free transportation prohibited - exceptions.
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United States. Interstate Commerce Commission. Classification of operating expenses of electric railways as prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission in accordance with section 20 of the Act to regulate commerce.
Washington, Gov't Print. Off., (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication.
Classification of operating expenses as prescribed by the Interstate commerce commission for steam roads in accordance with section 20 of the Act to regulate commerce by United States.
Interstate Commerce Commission. United States. Interstate Commerce Commission. Classification of operating expenses of carriers by water, as prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.
Classification of operating expenses as prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission by United States. Interstate Commerce Commission.,G.P.O. edition, Microform in English - 2nd rev., : Classification of operating expenses of electric railways as prescribed by the Interstate commerce commission in accordance with section 20 of the Act to regulate commerce by United States.
Interstate Commerce CommissionPages: Classification of operating expenses of carriers by water, as prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission in accordance with section 20 of the Act to regulate commerce.
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Page - It appearing, That a notice of the tentative valuation of the property of the above-entitled carrier, heretofore made by the Commission under and in compliance with the authority conferred and the duties imposed upon it by section 19a of the Interstate Commerce Act was duly given to the carrier, the Attorney General of the United States, the Governor of.
Book cost means the amount at which assets are recorded in the accounts without deduction of related provisions for accrued depreciation, amortization, or for other purposes. Carrier means a common carrier by pipeline subject to the Interstate Commerce Act. Commission means the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: L.K. Strouse, - Interstate commerce. 0 Reviews in road issued June 30 lands laws leased material and supplies method Michigan miles Miscellaneous months noncarrier notes obtained operating expenses organization original cost outlay outstanding par value partly payments period physical.
In accordance with the requirements of section 3 of the Act (49 Stat. ; 16 U.S.C. (13)), the “classification of investment in road and equipment of steam roads, issue ofInterstate Commerce Commission”, is published and promulgated as a part of the accounting rules and regulations of the Commission, and a copy thereof appears as.
The case at hand differs in essentials from Kansas City Southern Ry. Interstate Commerce Commission, U.where a specific, unequivocal command, removed after the decision by an amendment of the statute, was laid upon the Commission to value a particular thing, and the Commission ignored the command to the extent of refusing to.
a classification of operating expenses issued in by the Interstate Commerce Commission, Which had been established in This classifica-tion was revised in andthe latter revision providing for depreciation for the first time.
The discussion of the last few years over the accounting policies ofCited by: 2. Author of Five Per Cent Case, Owner-operator, Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission of the., Ex parte no. (Sub-no. 2), Ex parte no. MC (Sub-no.
26), List of national, state, and local commercial organizations and national, state, and local agricultural associations, Classification of operating expenses as.
Classification of operating expenses as prescribed by the Board of Railroad Commissioners of the State of Kansas by Kansas (Book) Senate bill no.as passed by both houses of the Legislature, together with Hackney Amendment, and the Veto Message of Governor Leedy (Book).
Interstate Commerce Commission: Classification of investment in pipelines, pipe line operating revenues and pipe line operating expenses of carriers by pipe lines, prescribed by the Interstate commerce commission in accordance with section 20 of the Act to regulate commerce.
Issue ofeffective on January 1, Search result for fred-w-sweney: Classification of Operating Revenues and Operating Expense of Steam Roads Prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission in Accordance with Section 20 of the ACT to Regulate Commerce(), Classification of Income, Profit and Loss, and General Balance Sheet Accounts for Steam Roads Prescribed by the Interstate.
The said regulations of Interstate Commerce Commission are contained in the following named Classifications and Supplements prescribed by said Interstate Commerce Commission in accordance with Section 20 of the Act to Regulate Commerce, namely: Classification of Operating Expenses, third revised issue, effective July 1, /5(K).
the Interstate Commerce Commission. Inters. Com. Rep.By this method the annual depreciation charge is obtdined by divid-ing the estimated service value by the number of years of estimated ser-vice life. The method is designed to spread evenly over the service life.
Classification Of Operating Expenses Of Express Companies As Prescribed By The Interstate Commerce Commission In Accordance With Section 20 Of The Act To Regulate Commerce. Author: United States.
Interstate Commerce Commission Editor: ISBN: Size: 16,30 MB Format: PDF, ePub Read: Download. Publications Of The Navy Records Society. Includes assets classified in the following Interstate Commerce Commission road accounts. (6) Bridges, trestles, and culverts (7) Elevated structures (13) Fences, snowsheds, and signs (16) Station and office buildings (stations and other operating structures only) (17) Roadway buildings (18) Water stations (19) Fuel stations (20) Shops and.
in considering the items of operating expenses, which it undertakes to apportion between "rail" service and "supplemental" services, the claimant states it has observed the classification of operating expenses, which was prescribed by the interstate commerce commission as a part of the uniform system of accounts for express companies, effective.Classification of operating revenues and operating expenses of sleeping car companies as prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission in accordance with section 20 of the Act to Regulate Commerce.
(Washington [Govt. Print. Off.], ), by United States Interstate Commerce Commission and Henry Carter Adams (page images at HathiTrust).The Interstate Commerce Commission has prescribed for railroad companies the following classification for "operating expenses:" (1) Maintenance of Way and Structures, (2) Maintenance of Equipment, (3) Conducting Transportation, (4) General Expenses, all of which will be found explained under the several headings.