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Interstate and Foreign Transportation; Hearings Before the Joint Subcommittee Pursuant to Public J. Res. 25, a Joint Resolution Creating a Joint Subcommittee to Investigate the Conditions Relating to Interstate and Foreign Commerce, and the Necessity of

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 Excerpt: ...Farmer's Educational and Cooperative Union of America, in call session at Ada, Okla., on January 28, 1915, oppose any such law and request our United States Senators. Robert L. Owen and 1 nomas P. Gore to look after our interests and protect us in this respect, and the Secretary be instructed to send a copy of this resolution to them with the request that they see we are fully protected. Adopted: (Signed) C. J. Moore, Chairman Committee. (Signed) H. T. Morton, Secretary Committee. (Signed) David Folsom, Member Committee. (Signed) O. W. Taylor, President Oklahoma Farmer's Union. (Signed) H. T. Morton, Secretary Oklahoma Farmer's Union. Whereas, if farmers get the results to which they are entitled in the sale of their farm products we must take into our own hands the matters of traffic, financing, and distribution and sale of our farm products, and Whereas, we can only achieve best results in such sales by mastering the above details and cooperating with legitimate business interests, and Whereas, of recent years we have succeeded in being greatly benefited by cooperating with transportation and other business interests and which interests have shown a willingness to cooperate with us and we have secured advantageous rates to points outside of Louisiana which has resulted in our getting increased prices for some farm products, and Whereas, we noticed in the press reports that at a recent meeting of the State Railroad Commissioners' Association in Washington, D. C, a resolution was adopted asking Congress to pass a law which would forbid the Interstate Commerce Commission from interfering with any rate which might be fixed by a State railroad commis sion within a State, and Whereas, if Congress should pass such a law it would prove against the interests of th... Hide synopsis

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