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VOLUME 274

DECISIONS OF THE

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

OF THE UNITED STATES

March 1949-August 1949

REPORTED BY THE COMMISSION

UNITED STATES

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1950

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НЕ. 7708 I46

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

CHARLES D. MAHAFFIE, Chairman
CLYDE B. AITCHISON. J. HADEN ALLDREDGE,
WILLIAM E. LEE.

WILLIAM J. PATTERSON. CARROLL MILLER.

J. MONROE JOHNSON.2 WALTER M. W. SPLAWN. RICHARD F. MITCHELL, JOHN L. ROGERS.

HUGH W. CROSS.
W. P. BARTEL, Secretary

1 Became Chairman January 1, 1949.

* Commissioner Johnson on May 15, 1949, resumed full duties as an Interstate Commerce Commissioner.

: Became Commissioner April 13, 1949.

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274 I.C.C.

PROCEEDINGS IN MEMORY OF COMMISSIONER GEORGE

M. BARNARD

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

Thursday, October 27, 1949 Present: CHAIRMAN MAHAFFIE (presiding), COMMISSIONERS AITCHISON, LEE, SPLAWN, ALLDREDGE, PATTERSON, JOHNSON, MITCHELL, and CROSS.

CHAIRMAN MAHAFFIE: Mr. Ames.

Mr. HARRY C. AMES:
May it please the Commission:

The members of the bar of this Commission are met to honor the memory of the late Commissioner George M. Barnard, a distinguished and devoted public servant who earned our esteem through his kindness, his fairness, and his burning desire to see that equal justice was reflected in all of his official acts.

May I take this occasion to assure his loved ones that their loss has been our loss.

On behalf of our association, Mr. Edward H. DeGroot, Jr., Chairman of our Committee on Resolutions, has been requested to offer a resolution. At this time may I present Mr. DeGroot.

CHAIRMAN MAHAFFIE: Mr. DeGroot.

Mr. EDWARD H. DEGROOT, JR.: May it please the Commission:

On behalf of the Association of Interstate Commerce Commission Practitioners, I present to the Commission the following resolutions:

RESOLUTIONS Whereas:

On Sunday, January 2, 1949, George M. Barnard, member of the Interstate Commerce Commission since 1944, when he was appointed by President Roosevelt to complete the unexpired term of the late Joseph B. Eastman, died unexpectedly at his home of a heart attack. His loss is mourned by many friends, to whom the information regarding his death came as a severe shock.

To quote Chairman Mahaffie, "Commissioner Barnard's fine personal qualities, his industry and professional skill, his integrity, forthrightness, and fairmindedness had won the affection and esteem

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