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1. NAME OF COMMISSION.

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Inter-State Commerce Commission. § 11, Act to Regulate Commerce, as United

States.

Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia. District Appropria- District of tion Act, March 4, 1913, § 8, par. 1.

Railroad Commission of Alabama. Code 1907, § 5637.

Corporation Commission. Const., Art. XV, § 1.

"Arizona Corporation Commission." Laws 1912, c. 90, § 8 (b).

Columbia.

Alabama.

Arizona.

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Railroad Commission of the State of California. Stats. 1911, 1st ex. sess., c. California. 14, § 2, as am'd 1913, c. 553, § 1.

The Public Utilities Commission of the State of Colorado. Laws 1913, c. 127, Colorado. §§ 2, 4. (See note p. 3.)

Public Utilities Commission. P. A. 1911, c. 128, § 1.

Connecticut.

Railroad Commissioners of the State of Florida. Gen. Stats. 1906, § 2912.

Florida.

Railroad Commission of Georgia. Code 1910, § 2615.

Georgia.

Public Utilities Commission of the State of Idaho. Laws 1913, c. 61, §§ 2, Idaho. 8 (b).

State Public Utilities Commission of Illinois. Laws 1913, p. 459,1 §§ 1, 10.
Public Service Commission of Indiana. Acts 1913, c. 76, § 1.
Public Utilities Commission. Laws 1911, c. 238, § 1.

Illinois.

Indiana.

Kansas.

Railroad Commission of Louisiana. Const., Art. 283.

Louisiana.

[ Public Utilities Commission. Laws 1913, c. 129, § 1. (See note p. 3.)

Public Service Commission. Ann. Code 1911, Art. 23, § 414.

] Maine.

Maryland.

Public Service Commission. Acts 1913, c. 784, § 1.

Massachusetts.

Michigan Railroad Commission. P. A. 1909, No. 300, § 2 (j); P. A. 1913, Michigan. No. 206, § 2.

Mississippi Railroad Commission. Code 1906, § 4830.

Mississippi.

Public Service Commission of the State of Missouri. Laws 1913, p. 556, § 11. Missouri.

Public Service Commission of Montana. Laws 1913, c. 52, § 2.

Montana.

Nebraska State Railway Commission. Stats. 1911, § 10650.

1 Effective January 1, 1914.

Nebraska.

Nevada.

New
Hampshire.

Railroad Commission of Nevada. Rev. Laws 1912, § 4549 (j).
Public Service Commission. Laws 1911, c. 164, § 2 (a).

New Jersey.

New Mexico.
New York.

North
Carolina.

North
Dakota.

Ohio.

Oklahoma.

Oregon.

Pennsylvania.

Rhode Island.

South
Carolina.

South Dakota.

Tennessee.

Vermont.
Virginia.
Washington.

West
Virginia.

Wisconsin.

Board of Public Utility Commissioners. Laws 1911, c. 195, § 1.

State Corporation Commission. Const., Art. XI, § 1.

Public Service Commission. Laws 1910, c. 480, Pub. Ser. Com. Law, § 4. (Laws 1907, c. 429, superseded by 1910, c. 480, established two commissions, having jurisdiction, respectively, over New York City and over the balance of the state. Laws 1910, c. 673, placed the supervision of telegraph and telephone companies in the entire state in the hands of the up-state commission.)

Corporation Commission. Rev. 1905, § 1054.

Board of Railroad Commissioners of the State of North Dakota. Rev. Codes 1905, § 364.

The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. Laws 1913, p. 804, § 1 [487].
Corporation Commission. Const., Art. 9, § 15.

Railroad Commission of Oregon. Lord's Ore. Laws 1910, § 6881; Laws 1911, c. 279, § 5.

The Public Service Commission of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Laws 1913, No. 854, Art. IV, § 1.

Public Utilities Commission. Laws 1912, c. 795, §§ 3, 7.

The Railroad Commission. Const. 1895, Art. IX, § 14.

Board of Railroad Commissioners of the State of South Dakota. Rev. Pol.
Code 1903, § 190.

Railroad Commission of the State of Tennessee. Acts 1897, c. 10, § 1.
Public Service Commission. Laws 1908, No. 116, § 1.

State Corporation Commission. Const., § 155; Code 1904, § 1313a (1).

The Public Service Commission of Washington. Laws 1911, c. 117, § 6.
Public Service Commission. Acts 1913, c. 9, § 1.

Railroad Commission of Wisconsin. Stats. 1911, § 1797-1 (j).

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Five. Const., Art. XII, § 22, as am'd October 10, 1911 (see Stats. 1911, Pt. 2, p. 2048); Stats. 1911, 1st ex. sess., c. 14, § 3 (a).

California.

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The above act of 1878 created the commissioners of the District of Columbia, which are made, ex officio, the Public Utilities Commission by § 8 of the Appropriation Act of March 4, 1913.

'Effective January 1, 1914.

Florida.

Georgia.

Idaho.

Illinois.

Indiana.

Kansas.

Louisiana.

Maine.

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Maryland.

Massachusetts.

Michigan.

Mississippi.

Missouri.

Montana.

Nebraska.

Nevada.

New

Hampshire.

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United States.

District of
Columbia.

3. APPOINTED OR ELECTED.

Appointed. By President. § 11, Act to Regulate Commerce, as am'd.

Appointed by the President. Two members are appointed by the President with advice and consent of the Senate. The third, Engineer Commissioner, is an officer of the Corps of Engineers of the United States army, ranking above captain, who shall be detailed by the President. 20 U. S. Stats. at Large, p. 102, c. 180, §2. (See note p. 9.)

The Commissioners of the District of Columbia are made, ex officio, the Public Utilities Commission. They shall elect a chairman biennially. District Appropriation Act, March 4, 1913, § 8, par. 97.

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